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Title:
Florida star
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Florida star (Jacksonville, Fla.)
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Florida star news
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v. : ill. ; 58 cm.
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English
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The Florida Star Pub. Co.
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Jacksonville Fla
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June 28, 1958
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Newspapers -- Jacksonville (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Duval County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
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United States -- Florida -- Duval -- Jacksonville
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30.31944 x -81.66 ( Place of Publication )

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

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Title:
Florida star
Uniform Title:
Florida star (Jacksonville, Fla.)
Alternate Title:
Florida star news
Physical Description:
v. : ill. ; 58 cm.
Language:
English
Publisher:
The Florida Star Pub. Co.
Place of Publication:
Jacksonville Fla
Creation Date:
June 28, 1958
Publication Date:
Frequency:
weekly
regular

Subjects

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

Notes

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

Record Information

Source Institution:
University of Florida
Holding Location:
University of Florida
Rights Management:
All rights reserved. Board of Trustees of the University of Florida
Resource Identifier:
aleph - 000581378
oclc - 02261130
notis - ADA9536
lccn - sn 83045218
issn - 0740-798X
System ID:
UF00028362:00377

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Preceded by:
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AND KINDERGARTEN OPERATIONAccording TO; END LINKS DISCRIMINATION I drop ed over voters 20OOOras from to 25,127 40,000 a result to after a little of'a a

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By Slaff Corresponden'i purge of .the books earlier this
:: to a spi cial coiiferonre report, the tumult 1, --- --, ? ... ,. year. > w rwe

which erupted at Shiloh Meti-opolrtan Baptist; Church two The first step toward kaVft) a ti% n.to Q pell.ti..:c t-'r r&r t tri The 0 41.
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weeks ago following the filing'of ar injunction. to mo* ?. the- I:course to Negroes on an.u 'As J t'd 1 basis:fS i as'lf1ar: :k i hu.YS t r by the beings FLORIDA spearheaded i

pastor. has all but subsided how. T day afterncrpnvwhen (leeyet'! ion ofhe Ne "tY.' .. W t". >. t "in ;
TAR eeoperatIon4ttith chi'ic
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In a special conference held ref, .. .1. {'.rv Commission for, use of tl: course -dt1i1y- '- .J !
I for the stoop n wagon due ;Le>. the The ,. ; social! '.fraternal nnd eli. i
cenUv the members voted to oust plea was4enied.tn: a unaumous I -r'1"'T', 0 ... -- ;
churcl: credit at the tl'11c' bettor]. gibus 'or; nlzaUons throughout -- {
from) isle church': the, dissenting f voterby members of the. City | ',' '
members who filed suit in Circuit; 'J't Commission. ;" thjsifpport reading 4 i the city. \ k> ,,,
Court'aga1nstrRevi,,A B. Coleman.f 'bf;;a p eJtlff'b; statern t t yxP da'.' t Eric- ,O. 'Simpson,,director of I '' +ta
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funds.
church ,
". Dar ..?:na :dif mC, pa g?xd?< -t' red .1 tIt :t lays ''tt r ;'a fsist in the drive i-
: plaontiffsvrercHsted:: :: as
-via P-almerr;and Lillie Saunders: :4 fc 1 Neg nao'teaa a rl,; 1 ; tTS? f and added rthat' many more are ] Ct
,1it?vv feaTtf'the; iftftj4cT Y't #t8 ? f d ''Hlf neede& IJuly
members of the Board of Trustees: q J r i- y

'"and-Matthew Price. W. Ri Davis, .j ';/fth Negro the'pr.SC'i1t golfers seemed::: Srrir'.gen'satisfied'.a .ffI i q ham."S, It'' tiffs 'stated that if"'nftelr the .drive the J' -s '

:'homas'ShephanL Henry.TnoIl)ts, nill get under 3
4 } WL s tirh allows "them- -ta use'th!
S. Muldrew., Percy Bryant Lu #I .1 ;tt.h.\et'k.end.:: ftfiiday i 'at ( K ,1 W'''O"="" 9' ,ji. ',=""" "" V--- Ii-
r.twlif course: on Monday i)"<
cius Bell, W. L. Brightwood Marion 'ohk-h time it i is expected that |
fhe! Hyde Park? cmine orr Fridx.ihtit $d >Iis TrudyAlexander, a Ja. beauty is one of the
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facllitietfor tax- II IIon
Saunders Perman William. J ;Y transporting <
that tha move was prcaipt :i l + lovelies who will participate i in;,the I gaU :Slit| and IJoat Shqw{ taking I
Nathan Love, J. C.Shentifn tof the polls will have been
Early Butler: I4b by "a snail minority; : our Ne l to. I" lade ,at jfW Relu f, July ,4, jbesinnios at ..1:00.. I.. r.;: ,. .
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C"-Ii. Kelsey.. A: B:Holland 1 s". nrttJ. .L ,_ __ ___ __ I.l 1
golfewhew$ygd' J byr ::ortJj'em -- -
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Tlie!; director Ssu :
Mitchell Walker Zebedee Du- campaign
,o'pfce.H} George Washington. Frank { JJ influences poUtlc&l 'faotlgrs 'ec! n call for all persons who ti REPORTS
and by "NA&CFrr i: teres+-sc!ha"5'1'become 1 COUNCIL FAILS' POLICE
.car Oelice: 'j a nil Jarcea: ,Gordon >; determined; irg.f-rftstf( Tnt" operated "Courtesy Cars" un-
/members of the Bpard of Deacons. \ der permits from the mayor's
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foster racial .. ,

:* dissention S 0" I
'thei plaintiffs' charged Rev. M a -Thomas moved"th t the pcitlon -1 I] Y. office, during! the''recenfrcab'strike 1 TGiEINSTATED.MICHOLS IAN ISlmfSTIn
'ColrniiniFith the respc&isibility' e ,
to report t6 :tbevtegts
be denied for. "sound business. tr i OX ASSAULT C'HAKCiK
for unsatisfied mortgage indebtedness '' .. .:... ._ the registration nCamp ig9 .
., treasons. ,, r .1 An assault and batter charge
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and with failure to give an SFR.4XK flofda'
: IIA5IPTOX headquarters in the
1 He offeredfigUfP6: tft sh/iw irat "\ held Willie "Tall
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accounting for the monies derived UEA. B. COLE3IAN % Florida Star BIdgVJ3SS' arimcrief -
the average weekly greens fee _at|, .' from ,Jinks,. ; Moore. 30 for an attack made on
.barred; : cty
of cleared r :
from a kindergar by
.the operation ? group : Corner ,
teoi'in the, church. They;; said th.eY1be .' T ? Brentwood. 4 $64t9 .and that! ,at o: ,_ .f; ':' ,,I ) .1 Itdv ,)L3jhT Stroet,, ., Sri u ,- Willie James McTear 22, of 1212

eved.he had purchased :In his> in strain and dialer requested the Hyde p r)5i)) r&.,$y5S9.:., put ,on Mpn-'_ *.1:1tor.Hbdtm; D r.wwro.-Nted ,_ I' _" r :iNEW.. YORK +v .The Bishops' Price St.. last Saturday at Price

own name a station wagon automobile pastor's signature because or his days Brejitwootf l>rngs: in $32 aril nOr.on thetl petition' expressed tiie1 -" ; Cquncilgf; ? the! iJurch;; .com andw Chelsea Streets.

with church funds. '! position" on Fridays at Hyde Park Uie average view that the;jabveiAvouljl1 f icpair I MINISTERS PARDON pictely stunned Bishop D, .Ward McTeer told police he and Moore

According to the minutes of the !: --, -.---- greens fee is lS. ,. _-., _. the good relations that have exist- PLEA IS KILI1ED BY 'Nxxhols' Jts."recent meeting- in were, teasing when :Moore got'madand

conference report showed the total I 0' ) ed and added that he would votein .1 fP;{usinJxtq; ;<.reinstate him despite hit him. He said he ran, but
"major indebtedness" to be $187- j SHERIFF NAMED Thomas argued t hat of "a'total favor of selling the golf c&JfgpshouJd FLORID GOVERNORdeatfoi the fact that a previous judicialtbuncti'ineeting Moore ran him down and started
average weekly income f rorp eep I .t T Ait.r\iI o- $ ( him, and that he hit him
523.42 of which $119,077.27 had !i 1ff :,,\e pip a.-d! >?.,brought ..upto > ..SSEE God heirtCg1I' in Cleveland beating
been paid leaving a balance' of I i fees of $i218for;: the Jtwb. courses I : keen,1 Negtoesoft\ thq:.ctyacpaie&J WAfe jt' a >iott ttntht.ah .jqarlier i hade:cleared the controiyersial with a bottle over the left eye

9453993. -. I I KLAN OFFICIAL brings the two InT bays: ;:pniy"f the. I.Negroes?50 :'average,use them," of p>yTted ',.' r : : 1 1[ ;f!tejgpt ff: Orland r ni to. Ito j| vreof, any wrong do- cutting Bystanders a deep gash. had to

It was brought,,out that the about one-25Uv of 'threvenue :*. prank 'lImn ptnn feaidKesand; ti12 .itp8} 0' from a "tv/o-ye'\r cJn- +i.1g. reportedly

church doesn't operate a kinder- while uslng4oneseventh :bi"; the Cforg! > ;-Hart5sl::gads gbbe tot the' .wtI.J vicQ1 tf9WOf8 on -.atarges3if. r3te 4- ni hoP 'Ni/ ho ;['"who had been overpower Willie Moore to stop
him. James McTear said he wantsto
garten, but permits the kinder- TALLAHASSEE legislative time. Unkr on Monday and played 27 bo (,.slupnent. .3QOH: 2AP o l i; appended 'earlier:r f If n-; the year for I prosecute.

garten to use its facilities as a investigating currently prob- 'The petitititvss d'ra\nt-1tiprby hWcs in an attempt to qualifyfOt' The Governar, chairman of U eState .,mismanagement of church funds. Patrolmtn Sidney Gaines and

service to the community for ing th" a tvitis: of the K'i Kl tx Ernest D. Jaek'ori. Negro attorney the National Public Links pardon Board, said nothing: attended! several of the public i iI'
W. Harris
investigated.
worl:: ;hipfnothers.. However the j Iftn :ia I'l:..ridu had ico.moay for four nSwho'ait' mpt.; -TpUrnament, but he found t1.: had been presented in the plea sessions: and was present at the

kind gar.en has donated to**..- the* this' week that Suvrxnnee County ed to play golf on :Tuesday at both I course unplayable due to raintq ?,*/ for;-:rjeTEpncy for the Rev...Willie I' closed session in which the fatal Y -
church for of facilities. .. JIfO"F
use
Sheriff ITugh Le)\-ir was n of- courses tiutweVcy turned dowh at [ Hwtptory; r stedv e W!iss: :1 E.0BozcmanrSr.: that hadn'Ubeen decisions were made. ,,

The minutes of the conferenceswat ficer of the Klan. both places..' It'''!icassigned" by i 11P fete his-gajr fOr Tuesday:: ,consjdered f ;iy the jury that ''ccn: $ Q CUTTING ARGUMENT

the matter of: the station' I 'Willipm J. Gr.ffin a Tara Fruik Hampton; city: policeman::i l but was, denied, gn: the ,groundstl : yictcd, hi, : 1 BLshoP&NichoIs' appeal was ENDS IN
.. was explained when, 1, heard and 23-24 J. M. VThaley. 65, 1410 Grothe
wagon Tuesday
to. Monday
man organized tc'd the commit,eeinvestigating Edward bJosephNorman, Devoye '-.Negroes(zits. ; permited se.tbe _. T' ,_." "
i'tnejf Chair stated that the com-: I r 1 : iEISTER ofd lof June before the Judicial council Street Apt. C, told police he and
I } <
I I the 1:5 Ccgsin: ? oft Austin iBrown gang; Chars Ml ..course !only,93; nay g: ; NOW
nittte Jaixl trustees in the Mrs. Hattie Whalley his wife had
were |] in Cleveland. After being
Negro that Sheriff Lewis, :said:: Tjdaya 6'CU CAN VOTE ,
I Brown. :-A slda '? -.a. !:;r: ::" :sr'T' .'Tc'!.9) \
inlelEgeno that the pastor stood been drinking and got into an argument -
; geared the council he flew
..,,::r..... .. i he knew two of the men wfcf narticipated A mass meeting prbtesttngothe.. by
last and she cut
Saturday
-- ,.Co New York expecting to bet
; in the flogging. ..tvh4 h City Commission's refusal to
2 ROLlCEMEN."BEATEN: aa m'to J / uc2.3RSI13 witM&SfeqtfSst/toaopen: corrYply :Ifik reassigned to his Caribbean- him on the upper left side of his

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ON CLAUDESTREET, i a TSttgjy&KO! Municipal golf cods ,td *J r f South American Diocese. s stomach.He was t treated at Duval Medical
.h' flog;.' of Richard: C")oksLan t f
an unrestricted b 1o\iIl gF\ i sr *
} jon ] Instead of Bishop
r reassigning
.mo: 6 p1II.H:: n a. 9"Igy7SP'lnnsr J.1t'% 'irlw 1denLiftecNaI \ F and trlessed. Whalley says
dUw nSo\j: \ :S CHYUB ff S"'hti' bird eir t1;hn3tyrXbt1tt h eld at Bethel.Baptist Church -1 1 Nichols, the council assigned he does not want anything done
O ? stnday afternoon at 3:30: p.m. ,r E. U JHickmah of theKezztl9ky .
ltd l urfJ1"fJAt >mibt LvGu&kX't'3VS! : ttaali3r5heiffiiLefst : : T qThe 'isbop. to hi wife.Patrolmen. ..- 's'''''4
!) announcement was made bGlerm \ Diocese to cover theBishjop'a
and ILHariey'inyestigatfd.
., ,uDdaY1Dwm- EJjJefferson
pun ;! I ( aft4 .TAYfort: 'V" V '
a112:2 J D. Washington local N I
ale
"qr -J Ironed 16th Episco- .
:)fa tic cmhmi11bSriWgMerfJ a 1ft{;.:: .
branch president who said thF 'T' .
coo
District duties.
\: eti swrtvi tWtIj tsguanaeat ..sbevmrdcwr.gsusty 'rrreeting is beind ilSl' alT r .
i sponsored join- ,Its splt7aT )s; ;. .
a 0 'J ?ugi.mfJi 3Gratrd '
baspf qhvbkla2iiledtti S by the NAACP and localiganizations.
s : e 1 o t: me ft.ae ss.9. retnr laayt iiiitct-c He added that sev 0, qR-X fJ 0da r R WO erIL cda { is5Ic.l2. 3 1 e tt fYJ.n a 6. of 831

.e q ei// w 1r.It 8 2fI;& 423 tip haveCberM & .Y' e2al Negro leaders and minister Alt itB Ct W rrE DN1J.l} ap '. a n.,was 35, ac-oft

ba-bd ''St.Pf!& e r -9tJ! t ttemmi:1te.:: tiotood edT .y ftill be among the speakers. '* 9 *'P1! Nsp OGMM aa 91M I s 1.t cuttingY2td

d.: a a.U ffi r fu$> h.' -sne.t aogmritte cbsbaarojdtiie Washington denied that eith fdi oTd ed ybpd ed
an
1:9 1' th 8 hdt ';r.. its r '', Y'J i-. the local or national NAACP has Cr'et '10 we V argu-
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.r f atlMfelt. :17: ;and 9 iix ttCopjIand. -tU Dns: ei S.elLt1a8d ,1ih :inspired the move to break down : 1 1Viri sc .i1j t'is his
girl
t accused floggers for their refusal] ,
the discriminatory pattern set .. .
18, both of 419 Copeland up I its annual calendar dreT 4 'ti i qIDteJ\ arguing with
to answer questions about the
for Negroes at the
municipal golf
Street were held by authorities. flogging"._ i I at the church. him because she did not want hime
1 iiiiM sujueLts aim ai
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cut him

: : S 8'th re !rOiri he Nr COURSES OPEN e with > } e left arm.
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f I a igh f ..toes y tErnes Jud tOir cal Center

1EG$6 '17s y n grounds r ought med use of the faeilIti last ney, D J center, At left aC '
Doe and
cnmin&te them. Tuesday. Charles M. Brown at right.
Church June 28 for worship Edward ,Hickson investigated.

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what .is expected to Abe' u the 't G f Ayr a f y'
biggest l campaign to sw 1
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Negroes (n' Duval County? ,:since
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GROUP AWARE OF AUTO DEAL COMMISSION REFUSES PLEA j were This added year's to(campaign the books.'Is aim.. .

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AND KINDERGARTEN OPERATION! 'TO END LINKS DISCRIMINATION -I drop voters from to 25,127 40,000 to after a little' a I da.. y aka 5IM z

y over 20,000'as a result of a 4.'S

r .. By Staff Corresponde>lt' I purge of the books. earlier this Nv' ky 'Ab e, 4ieI

According to an' vial mferor.rp report, the tumult! : "

which erupted at Shiloh Meti-opoliten! Baptist Church two The first: 'sten toward l tral) actirtn..tQ open .tlt 3t'; .}: 1" t t year.The drive. is being .

weeks ago following the filing of ar injunction. to mo ? the- I. course to ?iegroti3 on an. uI!?.** tri
pastor, has allbut] subsided ; OW. ..' day f aft rl1oon.When.a delejrstion of ?!'ei .:") tiH. ".:",: rl. i cooperationvith chic '* 4 j I L k

In a special conference new re- l'tthe;; City Commission! for use of the- course :d ily.. i '
station wagOdue",LQ the i social fraternal 'nnd religVims Y Si p Y
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(' pl1Y the members voted to artist The plea wa Denied.in a.unaiti--1, -----r--7--T-' T"t t

from the church1the: :. dissenting f churcl.: credit at fine lugs beugKEY. t mous vote-by members of :.the. City j '": organizations through-"j 4 r } Iv

members 1 who.filed suit iri Circuit: +_ Conimissiun. lollosvins Uw reacuntj i i out the city. I.|
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veenf*I*lt+re; ; rIrtl1T:
for-ali ceouiriting' antrecovery ofl Y .. $.: ', .. ;o., ,
church funds. ; i k ... .rf.;" ,1 ('T.p. ..-\ 'rT icrnd the uso orHnelrrars Gr
Dar :'!!.2 : lT 1 b K:JR.is cP 1 : ''tb'iissist In the drh'c.and ,
Th'i plaintiff{ y.erc.listed as ..
f Veal ?sdt&s a'ta.;gmt F ddf'(1)hat'man)' more are ,
vid RaJmcrr and Lillie Saunders.
: lieaw stfppoit!. eaftf'the; : Jnltj *?*t;- 'e1!a at d'f.1 still needed I y, y
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members of the Board of Trustees; I
"f Neg:'''> olfers seemed satisfied '
g It leas Stilted that the drive I
-Matthew Pri W. R Davis '-
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.-th: the rrcseff': air "ErN::1:f underuay'affer! : i
fThotnas'Shephard. Henry.ThoI1} "hih allows themto iisC--tb-
S. G. Muldrew. Percy Bryant, Lu- '' .. .!July! 4 tli \ .t''k-t'nd tt6liday at i i11idt
j i-.twxxl course on Mondays. ;:; The ;.1
Bell, W. L. Brightwood clarion aWa time it is espeetetl'thaf I 1
cius
Hyde Park: cure on FridiyThu !Ii' gKI, BEAUTY :Jliss Trudy Alexander, a Jax lieanty Is one of the
facilities for transporting Fax
PermmVil1ia
Saunders th'ltt more vras' prcniptlv .' I lovelies \\ho will participate in, the gala :Sk\\ and Boat S1*w taking I
Early Butler, Nathan Love, J. C one to the polls will, have been
"3 snail: minority of cur Neo '' : hnUufe! at \t'\ Berlin, July 4, beginning at 1:00, 1)l .
Sherman B. II. Kelsey, A: B. 1101- -o golfer who swayed by. r.ortJvlem : k t'nrf'tl'" I. ,...... -' ....- '. __ -- -- ----t,--
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land Mitchell Walker, Zebedee Du- V The1 campaign director Issu' "
influences, pj>Jitlca2 preo-George; Washington, Frank 'ed a and by "XAACrrr i1te.t.a'";! I COUNCIL FAILSTOREINSTATE ; POLICEMAN REPORTS
aq 1-ee, and, Janaca Gordon, become rr' operated "Courtesy Cars" under .
fM deterrjinect TA r xHaif -
.members of the Board: of Deacons.Tne'plaintiffs'had permits from .the ,mayor's.i
foster racial dissentioru": -, ': .
charged Rev. i office, during the "rckent'cab'stoke "
Thomas moved that the pci-1 IS AKKKSTKD
CofrnT*.n-with the J rep< ,. > tlon be denied for "sound business ON ASSAULT C'lIAIUJK

for unsatisfied mortgage indebtedness reasons.I ,- \ the Keslstrationj ,Campaign.: : An assault and batter charge
and with failure to give an 'Fn.g Florda
HAMPTON in the
derived COLEMAN ;\! He offeredi-figyrpe, t a show rfi at !. headquarters '. F: D. NICHOLS was held against Willie "Tall Pop"
accounting for the monies A. B. ; Florida Star BldgV 234' !Jf/on-/
fronijthe operation of a kindergarj '', cleared by group I the average: weekly greens fee. ,at I .' ,... 's. barredjfrom{ ; ctyIinks: 'Grief Rdv ; Moore, 30, for an attack made on
orner.j3jb.Streetrr! .
Brentwopd, ,i |649 and that .at '
I r t' Willie James McTear. 22, of 1212
ten./[ the church. :Tbey'said theyj J I II
strain and dialer the Hyde Part) i* |569. put ,on Mondays r Ii IiU ... .
believed.h6 had purchased his! ''> in requested : Motoreeltiyd u D untc xvto ratted r- _riEW' XORK The Bishops' Price St. last Saturday at Price
Brentwood
pas'tor's signature\ because' his brags in $32 and! theAMB Church completely andw Chelsea Streets.
cQ.ungilpf
automobile the. _
own name a station wagon on Fridays at Hyde: Park the aver- JVIINISTER'S PARDONPLEA McTeer told Moore
stunned he and
position. police
with church funds. \ view that the jnbvetAvould ft i pair: Bishop D. Ward

According to the minutes of the j! -- -- age greens" _' feeia,4" .lS.. 'q1'* l',r the good relations that have- existed i IS KILLED ''BFLORIDA ':'N hols' .in''}ts''re eat meeting- in were teasing when Moore got mad
r.a.
conference report showed the total !| oftOt31 and added that he wo'.ild vote < rpfusing tqj reinstate him despitethe and hit him. lie said he ran but

"major indebtedness" to be $187,- I f! SHERIFF NAMED Thomas argued that in favor of selling the golf c,!,i3p GOVERNOR fact that a previous judicial Moor ran him down and started

523.42 of which 119077.27 had j average weekly income from greep} should c orrfposal-r, b*, brought uin ;TELL 1HASSEE '-( Gov-; 'Le.ayCpili 1I foundi: "meeting in Cleveland beating bin, and that he hit bins

been paid leaving a balance' of I! fees of $121!; ';;:for_the,tWo uWthenfbrings coursedthe to keep .Negroes-; ; the qty :I i3dealt. a dea D.bio1.t tciithe.tglleiup earlier i hade; cleared the controVersJal with a bottle over the left eye,

9453993. .- I KLAN OFFICIAl two'days.the.N'r. -I owned facilitiesPrank .-<*- ?<. .': I t of. an Orlando r4 nH .fJrto i j jwfa : figureof, any wrong daBishop'Nfeftol cutting a deep gash.
iii:9nly $50 avera'ge, or i ior 't ;",: rcori-: Bystanders, reportedly had to
oar from
It was brought out that "the a .T / : ilg, 1.
616-251 ot I: llxmiptrm Said; tie :azd: = -r
about the' ;
church doesn't a kinder revenue vic : Q non 'cltarges2dcrp.i1e. 'h :: overpower Willie Moore to stop
operate 'who
while using' one-Seventh of "' the; Gforgar JIarnsb: leads;goner'ivy the : ?1I.J tT.9'NO i had been
him. James McTear said he wantsto
garten but permits the kindergarten I TALLAHASSEE- The legislative time.. linir on Monday and played 27 JmP 1; 3egiipr- >;ent. .3-IOH.A: !; tmpendet} earlier: ,tln- the year for prosecute. .

to use its facilities as ai investigating currently probing i The petitio1- drawer npl l bye ,ht>Jcs in an attempt to qualify The Governar, chairrnan of t '.eState mismanagement of church funds, Patrolmen Sidney Gaines and
for:
service to the community ; th" tvitis: of the K>, Kl tX Ernest D. Jack.'ori.. -hfegro attorney -( fdf the National Public nksT.OJ.Int3lt1ent Pardon Board, said nothxg attended several of the public
W. Harris investigated.
worl-: .?r -n'\thers. However, the 1 'Ian: ;.1 :-vrd.: :: :l t.a.moiiythis for four Jaxona who'attempted i but he found tLc had been presented in the plea sessions and was present at the

kindergarten has donated to" the. week that' S.i-imiee County i to play golf on Tuesday at both course unplayable due to rain//: for{rIetiretwaJ' ; for the Rev. Willie closed session in which the fatal F., -

church for use of facilities. Sheriff ir'ugh Lewis: was r.n officer i courses but Wehy turned.down at: :- Hantpton J??!1" stctl!If.P r.riissanto. I'J Bozcnan-Sr., that hadtr't been I decisions were made. "'"'
The minutes of the conference tiOME;$TIC ARGUMENTENDS
of the Klan. : both places> It,was signed by .complete his; gatrp or- Tuesday. ,consideredby the jury that c

show.that the matter 'of the station t 'Will'pm J. Gr.ffin, a Tara Fr .nk Hamptbn.-'a' ..but was, denied e1 the .grounds \1ct d ::;1,. n-I, BishopNichols' appeal was IN CUTTINGJ.
*' city policemanfEdward
>ragon was explained when heard Monday and Tuesday, 23.24 VThaley.! 65, 1410 Grothe
Ilian organized tc'd th* commit.eeInvestIgatia : 'j Joseph Norman "Deroye": thni'iN'eu roes, re;pertrritted tQ,lice -. ... .- ,. -.,.
Ift.he"cba1r that the oJ June.before Judicial Street Apt. C, told police he and
stated committee t tj of the council
!; the 1055 flcggrnqr; of I Austin iBitram and Char:ts'At: : the-course-, only .on: M.1fl?y aA : j ..cEQ.ISTER NOW I'
and trustees were in the ; Mrs. Hattie Whalley l wife, had
land. After
Cl
in
being
i Negro that Sheriff Lewis said Brown. -t n-I :.,:, "-. .,- tFrida.ys"T,. ,.co, :.n : ..\.SO :YflU CAN VOTE
inteiSgenco that the stood J been drinking and got into an argument -
pastor r cleared! by the council he flew
j he knew two of the men wl:f' nartic'as A mass meeting prbtehhrgtheI'ity
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.fo last Saturday and she cut
New York to be
--- expecting
.. in the 1 which
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r Commission's refusal to
2 FOLieEMENTBEATEN t.J JJdJ 1iogginf/1 UCb.mt J corn'ply reassigned to his Caribbean- him on the upper left side of his
witiiaarequesftoSopfen 2&&: ,
I t: pv yo' f stomach.He .
CLAUDE3STREET i imo : tt1ll !?tldtJ tfmnicipal South American Diocese.
ON golf courses tai: Pgroe i ttq ireated at Duval Medical
th"' flog,'m. of Richsnl' Cooks, an r.i Bti- was
fins an unrestricted ba & Min. ..btifeld P'r
?( Instead of
:) s p' ..'11 It'J': ':- r.: .:-rx; i J.1t"I 1M rt 'r''W eTfr: IdenP.f{ a.i' reassigning and released. Whalley says
dtlw \nSo\J: \ t. i uts 'Sunday afternoon at 3:30 p.m. | E. L. ,''Hickman of thejfintacky .'
Ytb 072ird!! .Hrt oh! flM a'b'h bB fe h.Wo&k.YT3V9 yia3li7e tq to hit wife.Patrohxwsi. 'g"
a 'thx!":;qa.R' $UDWJY.D10p1la -, eiffiltei i aR4 The announcement was made by\ Diocese to cover the E /Jefferson and IL
Y'I M' tAArnaig
Jh qr d Glenn D. Washington local NAAP> l hroned Bishop's 16th Episco.wff Harley"investigated.i .
: '
:) 5'I.tj 'ffihm 1bS el? a vi* ..
C. g branch president who said th | District dtties. -.;? ;..*
,ct.. ijl Yfl tb' 9fIt! :g&t.tlu 1IIegB'rdoaeatbsSatrandeulnuttty : T .
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wi!h 3 r u neeting! Is beind sponsored joints t I- 1 ...;.. .
flHg
bas z a 0 r L .b tarars4cqrrr; 'lr the NAACP r
by and local
i m t O'ml emem ozaUons. ; iS3 J 26 of 831
,
:et : ad!! ciirth1kdit the zrttlan' iialcthavecbatbietethb = 'jiff # 1 host otid0' wO .tYon:
t i Sy tan titl Ss.i1 t& He added that sev n 1 8dL awoda tW lit \:" f3 was act -
.as !e ,t #s tt s 2r.Iof9i- HEal Negro leaders and ministe tdt eta lot $ fI'EIE1aIJeUl r d ft'CPI W ilia
35, ofcutting
ba ., .((1 %1!P f.JM e rli tt talnmcittess aioiaoCI edT .\I Il'9'rhct ;fill be among the speakers. t RtdP N&PROORAM coasts 2f n.

rl: a.U i 1tt i5 b. : qtnittef9 71batrotrdtuusday7'.GLstgeinteDnbrmjtt oWashington denied that eithA :ro'ld ed YSM' ecri'7' so bpd .dJ. lYf 'aarfT&anargu-

a 'b'o'th hdiOf; < ts6Urflb ul tfitt- 4fie local or national NAACP halpired I ;_ r h jiM.Tt.I! t': Lalaxaxe lot we ;

.r &c.U.tREh tr oared 9 ilii 136neesainnbgFeattaad tbith the the move to break down t+ !rt l J
17: e t ft rJJ/go{ { r! ;ti i 31'i3 his girt

Copjland, 18, both of 419 Copeland accused floggers for their refusal! the discriminatory pattern set up ( its annual calendar dr ftnYI: 4 1i d Wif1cd1. arguing with
to
answer questions about the
for Negroes at the
municipal
Street were held by authorities. fleinS ._ golfers I at the church. him because she did not want hime

A !'''U ''CWU bv.... ......_. 'ditEd cut him
thm ti COURSES
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o i u e left arm.
t 3t
Vt s Connnistlney. _
ursday
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t i {io fights f 4 toes BX'rrrtit' e cal Center
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:v>:alt ro y on grounds i night m rued use of the facilitJM last Ernest D. Jackson center. At left fa Edward J. N siLvrtth ." 1V.: ...+ YT"f",.. "''ptfCltl Doe and

criminate them. Tuesday. I Charles M. Brown at right.i .
L : l Church, June 28 for worship. Edward .Hickson Investigated.

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REGARDLESS of what your ailment is a Dr. T. A. Owen, director of the

SICK I ? called No matter how long you have Nature Works The MiraclesThe r Clinic, had his first experience withChiropractic

suffered Chiropractic care at the Owes

Clinic may help you. Diseases mentioned below are only a few which are at an early age, in Fitzgerald -

1. Slight"pinching"of nerves at this point eaused by Vertebrae' "Pinching" nerves as they leave or I Georgia, when his sight was

cause so-called headaches eye diseases enter the Spinal Column: !restored. He attended the 4-year
deafness epilepsy, dizziness polio, arthritis ,
A chiropractic adjustment restores alignment of :
abnormal blood pressure asthma. proper course at Palmer School I o&. Chiro
the vertebrae and permits the uninterrupted flow of that I
anemia. cold diabetes sinus trouble etc. :practic. He served his internship in
2. A slight nerve difficulty in this part of vital life force which is absolutely essential to the effi- 0.
the spine is the cause of so-called throat the Palmer Clinic and Sanitorium at
the shouldersand cient operation of the affected body organ or function.A .
in
trouble neuralgia pain
arms, goitre, nervous prostration la Chiropractor is not a worker of miracles. He is a worker ,Davenport, Iowa. After this he was J
bleed.. disorder of catarrh DR. T. A. OWEN associated with of the South's
grippe nose gums. with Nature and for Nature. He helps to restore health one
eta
3. The arrow head marked No. 3 locates 3 from within. Nature works the miracle.AS largest clinics, The Boutwell Clinic i in Columbus, Georgiafor

the part of the spine wherein "pinched"nerves a result of the scientific techniques employed at the two years. Owen Clinic is based on 0 N E SINGLE

pain will between cause so-called the shoulder bronchitis blades felons -, -22L Owen Chiropractic Clinic to assist nature, complete health BURNING DESIRE TO GET SICK PEOPLE WELL

rheumatism of the arms and shoulders, has been restored to hundreds of patients suffering from TO THE VERY BEST OF HIS ABILITY.Dr. .

hay fever, etc. S many different afflictions.
4. A blocked nerve at this point causes
so-called nervousness heart disease. asthm R. K. Greeson is a native,of Florida.He -
a, pneumonia tuberculosis difficult 6 DISCARDS BRACE AFTER 15 YEARS chose his profession as a result of per-
breathing other lung troubles, etc. When I came to the Owen Clinic I could hardly walk withouta sonal experience, a severe case of asthma.
5. Stomach and liver trouble, enlargement brace on my back. I also had headaches could not turn my of which he has been completely recover-
of the spleen pleurisy and a score / head my feet were swollen, and my kidneys were very frequent.I ed under Chiropractic care. He attended
of other troubles, so-called are caused by 7 / had been to several other doctors and they told me that I had Palmer School of Chiropractic at Daven- i
troubles in this part of the spine, some- i arthritis and heart trouble and that I should not work. They port, Iowa and interned in Palmer Clinic
times so slight as to remain unnoticed by could not get rid of the cause of my condition. Since I came to as well as the world famous Clearview
others except the trained Chiropractor. 8 the Owen Clinic. I can turn my head fine do not wear a brace. Sanitorium. He has received special train-
6. Here we find the cause of so-called and can do almost any kind of work without getting tired. My ing in several of the South's largest 11
gallstones dyspepsia of upper bowels. headaches are gone my feet are not swollen and my kidneys clinics. Dr. Greeson has just finished an
fevers, shingles hiccoughs etc. work fine. My husband has also taken treatment at the Owen advanced_0. .scientific_ course 0 _at __the__ Toft-
7. Blight's disease diabetes floating kid- Clinic and has found relief afer several years of suffering. I ness Clinic in Cumberland, Wisconsin. DR. R. K. GREESON
ney, skin disease boils eruptions and would like to tell anyone who is sick to go to the Owen Clinicfor Because of his outstanding work he re-
other diseases so-called. are caused by an examination. I know they can help many sick people as ceived the honor of being selected as a member of "The Founda-
nerves being pinched In the spinal openIngs m they helped my husband and myself after we had almost givenup tion For The Advancement of Chiropractic Research". Dr. Gree
at this point. hope. son previously practiced two years in Eau Gallie. Florida. He is
8. Regulations of such troubles as so-called appendicitis, peritonitis MRS. WILLIE PINKNEY a member of the Florida Northeast Chiropractic Association, Flo-
lumbago etc., follow Chiropractic adjustments at his point. Orange Park. Florida rida Chiropractic Association and is a past president of Palmer
9. Why have so-called constipation. rectal troubles sciatica female FACE PARALYZED-DOING FINE Alumni Association. ,
troubles etc., when Chiropractic adjustments at this part of When I came to Owen. Clinic my face was paralyzed on one side. --- -- -
the spine will remove the cause? my mouth was twisted. and I could not use one side of it. I also DR. OWEN HAS ENLARGED THE CLINICIN
10. A slight slippage of both innominate bones located here will had a large sore knot swollen under my right ear. I had been ORDER TO GIVE MANY BETTER HEALTHThe
likewise produce so-called sciatica together with many "diseases"of to other doctors but kept getting worse. Now I am doing fine
pelvis and lower extremities. and would like to tell everyone about the Owen Clinic. Owen Clinic has remodeled twice and expanded its
MR. JOHN H. BUTLER
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Photo at left shows Dr. Owen Jacksonville, Florida greatest wish is to give the best he possibly can do to the

checking a patient with Neuro- ASTHMA FOR 18 YEARSFor patients, not only in service, but, also in the latest neces-
18 years I could hardly breathe because of asthma and I also -
calometer (nerve meter). The had very bad headaches. I went to many doctors, but receivedno sary equipment.
neurocalometer tests the condi- relief. I had almost given up before I came to the Owen -
tion of the spine and nervous Clinic. I also suffered with pains and swelling around my liver.
With the help of the good Lord. Dr. Owen has cured me. I don't The Owen Clinic Staffs
system much the same as the
suffer from asthma or headaches any more and the swelling
electrocardiograph tests the con- around my liver is almost well. I think you should try Owen .
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precision instrument, the Chiropractor Garden City Florida J
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WEAK KIDNEYS
J knows accurately the After suffering for 3 years with very weak kidneys. headaches, f 91:7 J j '. ,..,,. 7/ :
condition of the patient at each i ..
hip and back pains a friend finally took me to Owen Clinic. : ; / ,. + ;. '
visit. WITH SUCH PRECISION After taking treatments there my kidneys are doing fine, my '
J:4L1 back and feel and head does not me. The '" '*'..* .i ; :
hips worry
good
my ,
: ; INSTRUMENTS EVEN THE Owen Clinic Is very fine and I'm sure you'll find this to be true *, :i\ .I' :: ,

_n _n__ N PROBLEM CASE--- HAS HOPE. for yourself.- MARGUERITE HARMON l z f ;f} ;:: ',.I Iif I. .

: 2620 McCoy Boulevard ,,, 'ry I. :

r: :'.;;1( { WORK Jacksonville FloridaCOULDNT t.,;:. ,,. ::::t;.

Before going to the Owen Clinic. I had gone to all kinds of doctors y
flr bu co ldn' get any relief. I suffered with gas all the time F .
t't'. I couldn't slep at night. and my nerves were almost gone. I had .L
to stop work because I was so sick. The Owen Clinic has helpedme ,
f i. a lot-they brought back my nerves. Now I can sleep and I l ',..,+.: ..," "',
feel 100% better. Thanks to the Owen Clinic I'm now able to :y,
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work. I feel the Owen Clinic can help anyone who is sick. or if .. ,,; .. _
they can not help you they will tell you so.
MRS. ANNIE MAE ANDERSON YOU WILL FIND THIS CLINIC ABLY STAFFED,

'J. f.e f. .. Post Office Box No. 189 THOROUGHLY EQUIPPED TO SERVE YOU .
: Garden City, Florida
The Owen Clinic has spared no expense In maintaining a complete -
competent staff. The patients who come to the Clinic with
Wf I practically every known disorder and ailment make necessary
that everyone in the clinic know Just what to do under every
circumstance. Method and precision in operation of the Clinic
WE DID eliminates unnecessary waiting on the part of the patients.
.. YT.HlN 6% Every piece of equipment needed for a clinic of this type and
The Photograph above shows ih. Owen Chiropractic Clinic X-Bay FOR HIM size will be found here and as the science develops new and improved -
Department. Dr. Owen Is making a spinal X-Ray to locale the devices the Owen Clinic tries to add all that are neces-
cause: of nerve inierferencee found during the complete: spinal .'I.. .. sary. The Doctors are constantly alert to the changing times and
analysis. Any part of the body or spine may be brought into dear CHIRDPHACTIC l events and are ever open to new ideas and Improvements.
view for exit!'ft h..It MOD. WHEN THE CAUSE IS LOCATED IT, At any time the public is cordially invied to visit the Owen
CAN BE CORRECTED WITH CHIROPRACTIC ADJUSTMENTS Clinic and see for themselves its fadliies for making sick people
A NEW WAY TO HEALTH. well.




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I Fairfield! Garden Circle ,Celebrates, .' .' .: : \1 14C' Wedding Bells'APPLICATIONS ABOUT PEOPLE
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MARRIAGE LICENSES former resident of this city nowa
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with resident In Chicago, IH, Is
'+ LOUISE visiting relatives and friends. He
t G. GUINYARD
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*. licenses: I White

With summer going Into full swing, many of our dabs have Wilford B. Nickens 524 S. 2nd I MRS LOTTIE ROSE of 1409

begun disbanding or making plan for. beach activities er placesto St., Camden, N. J., age 19 and I Jefferson is vacationing with
Mildred Carroll 613
beat the heat Holloway. friends in Richmond, Va.
Court D, Homes 19. ;
: .. .. I LastTuesday Mrs. Eddie Mae Johnson entertained membersof Blodgett age Mr. and Mrs. Clinton Graham
f James Taylor, 910 Willow Rd.. :
.'." / 4z the Cosami Bridge Club at the Lincoln Golf and Country Club, eft the city recently to visit
Greensboro, N. C. 21 and
? at which time plans were completed for a party at American age i'with friends and relatives in New
Dora Ann Wilcox, 2112 Mars St.,
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Beach to be held
July 8.
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Mrs. Elizabeth Simmons walked off with top score for the C. Peek 1553 E. 26th WALTER L. rRITCIIETT

evening with Mrs Juanita Randolph placing second and Mrs. Lula St., age 18 and Anntite Jones and son Errol Jerome of Atlanta,
,4. Ga. are visiting her parents Mr.
f Courtney qualifying consolation
< 1420 E. 25th St., age 18.
r ftnd Mrs. F. F. Donalson .f 1660
L4m After the
enjoyable session
> bridge an appeUzlnccold plate Clevin Pickett, 5216 Ave. B, :
was served.Preston. age 25 and Dorothy Baxey, 5216 ;(Tyler St.fis .

'rf a .,,p \x. i \ve. B, age 20. ;| ) Vonreil Gonzalez a New
Allen Smith, 1629 Madison St.I. I York Model was visiting with

Sampson of West Palm Beach is combining business age 59 and Nellie Mae Roberts, her father Leon E. Gonzales of

;f .a a 4. I with pleasure during his stay in Jacksonville.He 2149 N. College Circle, age 49. I 1314 Whitner St. She left Thurs-

1 ov is the guest of Mr. and Mrs. Rudolph Galvin 616 West i I day to continue her vacation.

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sembled at the Country Club last Tuesday evening for Its regular
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monthly meeting. Foremost on the agenda was furthering: of plans w.r

for the proposed motorcade to Marineland and Silver Springs

scheduled for the month of July

William T. Harper president presided over the meeting.
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The Les Camellia Social-Saving Club was entertained by Mrs.

'4 i y h 4 Virginia Freeman, when the club met at her home last Saturday w

evening.
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The club was busy making plans for an old time hayrideto n \

New Berlin on the 18th of July.

New members that were welcomed to the club included: Miss

Bertha Armstrong Mrs Mattie Pearl Hardins Mrs. Christine

Perry Gilbert. Ms. Elizabeth; Ward, Mrs. Queen Haines.

r The c1ub.s_next scheduled meeting will be held at the home safe, scientific beauty-bleach .

'! of Miss Carolyn Gamble, 1354 Steele Street.

...- Want a lighter brighter, softer skin? For effective, safg,
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deep-down bleaching try new ARTRA SKIN TONE
FAIRFIELD GARDEN CIRCLE OBSERVES ANNIVERSARY Members who CREAM with
Hydroquinone. Doctor-developed AR.
participated in the celebration of the Fairfield Garden Circle 20th Anniversary .Mrs. Christine Brown, the closing hostess' for the West Jacksonville TRA can be used daily on normal skin with no harmful
Garden Circle, entertained members on June 2.
which was held in the home of Mrs. Ethel Hall are from left: Mrs. Louise Walker after-effects. Will not cause peeling or breaking out.
Foremost on the agenda was the discussion of funds for the
Mrs. Anna Young Mrs. Elizabeth Austin Mrs. Rosa Howard Mrs. Ethel Hall and Federated Garden Circle Club house Plans also Try ARTRA in the blue and black package at drug and"cosmetic
were completed
counters. Big 2 oz. tube 98; plus tax.OTl.
Mrs. Myra Camper. Seen in the bottom photo in front row are: Mrs. Mamie Fields, for the circle's annual beach outing.
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Mrs. Estell Thomas. Mrs. Bertha McCullough. Mrs. Nina Watson Mrs. Louise Har The hostess served a delightful repast of hors d'oevuers

grove. Mrs. Molly Allbrilton Mrs. Charlotte Darrow and Mrs. Margaret Griswold.See broiled grapefruit, seafood platters, tossed salad, and orange .

( other picture on Page Four.) sherbert. .. SKIN TONE

CREAM Q

I MUSIC PUPILS WILL C tmfttc Division.Vmlon _,, i I
Mr. Sammie Davis surprised his wife on their tenth wedding Phamactvttcal r. fl.m.W_M '.

GRAY HAIRS need worry you no more BE PRESENTED IN anniversary with dinner at the Ribault Club with a few friends to

RECITAL JULY 7 enjoy the delightful menu of fillet mignon on toast with all the

Wnt.Llrandt's LIQUID EAU DENNA trimmings.
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HAIR COLORER The B. B. Music pupils will .
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WO crar 9NY Mr U 10 30- t
be presented in their annual
"w world not knew it wa.W.c Or.1r. U. On the same night Mrs. Win. Ford entertaining members of GRAYSON'S
.bq U. On* oppticotimi with, th bmb.. 4 .piano recital in the auditoriumof
_.b d_ It. N. k.'P1..ss tht Lalic LadIes Social-Saving Club with dinner at the Ribault
ANYONE CAN PUT IT ON AT HOME Abyssinia Baptist Church, July
.. which climaxed, a popularity contest between the president and
YOU SAVE TIME AND MONEY N.ww win s*
7 8:15
pct y.... hair ko b..* 4y4. 1..... it wit at p.m. vice-president of the club
and lmtr'''-.*dead c 01 l_-*.ttr.. _i...s Pupils to participate in the 221 LAURA
-- a .,_ celor if JWOPWf1 .r td. The vice president, Mrs Geneva Coleman, was awarded silver
WILL NOT TURN HAIR REDDISH recital are: Rose Marie Jones,
......... salt and pepper shakers.
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tt will Met rub off. It dare MvaralShampooing a Verona Mitchell Mitchell,
Ma b......". MM,"p.linu.nil w.w Angela FAMOUS SEMI-ANNUAL
iy. <*fli., .r .roigM...., to*. .iMthM. Lisa Joanne Stubbs, Albert Taylor Jr, .
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it .f. Tow con peps any IMWtabbw
s .r i..w caM.d. IlACX itay UAOC. Myrna A. Marshall. Deborah To begin a week filled with many activities the Connoisseur'sof .

All ester toy p....WONDERFUL roc Tooatmo ti' Rhyne. Daniel L. Marshall Annette Cismetology entertained at their installation meeting Monday.

o y..er pat It s..just w......e4...c-bb....sr.r.....dy$w........ Smith, Emmalene Davis, The elected Mrs. Wilner Dorrell
pwd.t.d....................... ......D..a............. group presient; Mrs. Ruby SALE.
DOCS NOT .INTtRFtBE WITH PUtMANIMT WAVING Hattie Irene Lang Patsy Ola Oliver vice president Mrs. Thomasina Dorrell, financial secretary
feD ..wAioq lie Md..b.tt lie htlliIII...is.s ,CAUt10N:--U..M If"'" Brinson, Francine E. Hutchines, Mrs. Ola Mclver, Secretary; Mrs. Corine C. Jones, treasurer Mrs.
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w ....... CeIonI tt.ck: o.tt ar-: M.diwa u.w arDr
......; A..... Price p.r .... $2.50 c plus r-4..I TCat Ibis ... ...t u.wa. Lerou Hutchins Voncille D. Bird. Lula Courtney business manage: Mrs. Elizabeth Bailey, Corresponding -
... ssv. E... ........sf.r..eb y- M.r f.sk YN ......V iaisL.d. Pamela Smith and Gwendolyn J.
secretary, and Mrs. Alice Slater reporter. Serving as dean
DIXIE PHARMACYKings Jackson. for the installations was Mrs. Sophie Nickeson Starkes. COTTON DRESSES $4.97

The club is making plans for a Beaty Culture Clinic to be
Road and Myrlle
held during the year.It SKIRTS $2.59

CLUB NOTES might be well to mention that the group has a first 2 For $SAO

The president Mrs. Wilner Dorrell, was appointed Beauty Shop

Inspector in the city. BLOUSES
$1.00
You Don't Have to Go to Town to Get The clubs' next meeting is to be held at the home of the

DRAWIDL\DS SOCIAL CLUB president on July 6.
PLAYSUITS $2.97
SPONSORS ENTERTAINMENTThe i i i

LOW PRICES Drawheads Social dub The Y-Jewels. held their last business meeting last Wednesday, SWIMSUITS $4.97
bar- .
old-fashion
will sponsor an i and are in process of making plans for a lawn party to be held

b-cue and country picnic July J at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Ernest Wilson on Ribault River soon I I "

DRUG STORE HEEDS 4, from noon to midnight at the II I, We all remember the wonderful hospitality given the faculty. SHORTS $1.59

Johnson's Ranch 5034 Moncrief, of the Vocational school when they had their party at the Wilson'! 2 For $3.00
On Your
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I Road. I lovely home by the Ribault at the close of school term which makes

Trade With Your Neighborhood Drug Store Outdoor assorted games refreshments will be playedand will!I the Y-Jcwels' plans for a .successful' party assured. Ii PEDAL PUSHERS $1.59

WE WILL MEET ANY PRICES ADVERTISEDIN 2 For $3.00
be on hand. I

YOUR LOCAL PAPERS The Ypsilanti Club met last Friday at the Lincoln Golf and

I Country Club. The group welcomed back Miss Louise Wash who : SLACKS $1.59i
CIIURCII YOUTH
recently completed her studies at Bethune Cookman College in
Dixie Pharmacy PRESENTS PLAY I Daytona.Mrs.. i NYLON -COTTON SLIPS AND
of the Cross" will
"Challenge i Frankye Garnett acted as hostess for the group servingsome
be presented by the Young Adult delicious bar-b-que chicken prepared by Mrs Isadore Singleton I PETTICOATS $1.59
ISM KINGS ROAD at MYRTLE AVENUE I
of the First Baptist
Department
Belated Birthday greeting and gifts went to Miss Tommy Curry 2 For $2.90
PHONES EL W597.38We
Church June 29, at 7 p.m. during
We Also Fill All Doctors' Mrs. Catherine Reed, Mrs. Alice Bellamy Mrs. Lolita Colemanand
Deliver PreecriptioniPAY
services.
the evening :Mrs Mercedes Cullins. NYLON HOSE ., 47c

YOUR LIGHT, WATER- AND TELE- I The hostess for the next meeting will bf'' Mrs. Zelma Johnson 3 Pair $1.39Children's

PHONE BILLS AT OUR STORE EBONETTES LADIES CLUB who entertains the group on the ninth of July.

TO SPONSOR LAWN PARTY .
The Ebonettes Ladies Social
YOU'LL ENJOY EATING AT DIXIE'S All over the city we hear of plans being made for the Fourthof Dresses
Savings Club will sponsor a Pre
July. A great many of them are centered at New Berlin where
June 28 at
Fourth Lawn Party.
LUNCH COUNTER the a.zmml. boat races are to take place..
the home of Mrs. Elma Twiggs,
AND 1203 Spearing Street. Having talked with J. D. Brooks on several occasions, I learned
that the races this year are to be the best ever held. The event; 2 For $3.00Children'
HOME MADE DO-NUT STAND I
will also Include a' water ski show, with the St. John's and New
Blade Fresh Every Hour And "A Treat That You'll Repeat" HOME DEMONSTRATION CLUB Berlin Ski Clubs competing.Mrs. .

DINNERS LUNCHES SANDWICHES RILL SPONSOR AX OUTINGThe
Wear Reduced to
Home Demonstration Club

SPECIAL SUNDAYROTISSERIE will sponsor a picnic to Seldon Evelyn,Barnes and Mrs. Margaret Williams were hostesses Prices You Can't Resist!

Park, Brunswick, Ga, June 30. when the first of'the summer bridge sessions was held by membersof

CHICKEN The motorcade will leave the the Hellenisian, Bridge Club. The affair was Monday morning

$1.29 school at 10 a-m. at 11 o'clock'' in the home of Mrs. Barnes on Calhoun Street.
GRAYSON'S
2 Ibs Broiled Or Bar-B-Q An assortment, of sandwiches and refreshing beverages were

PANSY BLOSSOM SEWING served to the, ladies who were beautifully attired in shorts.

CIRCLE HOLDS MEETING: Members attending were: Mrs. Leola Dudley. Mrs. Leona Ben-
221 LAURA STREET
The Pansy Blossom Sewing nett, :Mrs. Bernice Hamilton, Miss Bernice Griffin Mrs. Carolyn

Dixie PharmacyKings Circle held its meeting recentlyin Washington Mrs. Claudia Jenkins Mrs. Barnes and Mrs. Williams.

the home of Mrs. Anna Mc First prize went to Mrs. Leola Dudley. Second prize was won by OPEN MONDAY AND FRIDAY NIGHTS

Road and Myrll Queen with Mrs. Lourine Stewardas Mrs. Carolyn Washington and Miss Bernice Griffin received the 'TIL 9 P.M.W. .

co-hostess. consolation' prize.
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DR.flCHAMQOJilTOSPFA.I ,v CHOIR OF EMANUEL I

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ANNIVERSARY! :

AT.THE OBSERVANCE i
; SUNDAY ; .
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/i -' Chpir( No!,:,if of Emanuel: Baptist >
I Dr. Richard y., Moore, President of'Bethune.c' kri1an' College, church ''will observe its34thAnniversary

Da> pnatq 1J.>. ,w lh b klt ie,,Pri" 1 1e speaker, for the annual Men's v June 0 k,the auditorium '

Day.program sponsored by.the Laura Street Chapter of the National I of the church Aat 8 pjn. 1

Presbyterian Men's Council. June 29' at 3 pan., in the church auditorium ti All choirs, districts and auxiliaries .

: :' UL I y; have been extended a 1Q

T observance} mil: ltJ begin,,with! ,(, MT.. OLIVE CHURCH : : ; : t special invitation to-' attend the
Sunday Sch.odf'at 9::30 when : > V
: a.m. i 'rtI lit fly( i d S rkic ra .r 1 annual event. 1
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the 'Parental, Boys, Home, Boy TO HAVE; PROGRAM d 1 .It 13t.r; 1f d31 f : Youth Day will be observed.
Scours! 'and Young' fee's. Christian -
i June 29 throughout the day.
Association youths are ex- J ',' L : J y.try f1 !t.I't'Y''' h > Speakers for the observance are
l ected to be present with their ''r Talent Day will''be held. in the '
JeadlfS( ..: .. I 'I,' ., the Rev. Isadore Edwards of St.
Mt. Oliv AME Church June 29 i John Baptist Church, George

Tab'' ''Adult personnel' the with, the. mlsslfcnary departmentn Borden of Southside Methodist

louAg 'Mrti's Christatn : Association charge bf the probi ams. The 4 4v Church and the Rev. Joseph j

-f Will be represented by programs .will be held :at 11 ai-tn.: Harper of Central CME Church.
Howard' E. COvington and Jesse and 7 s' + t
p.m. Distrct No. 15 will sponsoran .
.. A tip of the Pepsi Cnp r .
Word, executive secretaries, will The women of the church met f ,a r ir outing to the American Beach to ( Heat oulatamliug '..

conduct devotional service at the recently to elect officers for J July 5.GRANT. young Americanwho .

11 am. morning worship, when irV1b1 j ..officersJohnnie I makf "mir conntry And .

Elmer Tayfcrpmntpr-t>f 'he: Mr 'E1il b'etii em othc air. MEMORIAL community a betterplace "
live.
Sinclair Oil Company of Duval man, dirs. *.!.. Byrd, co- _. 7 ... ,_.......T.' .. ',' A" '"" .. __ -.''''''', In which to

County, vice president of the chairman I ANNrVEDSARtf EVENT Some' the 'who' .f tended 'the' Circle's anniversary PLANS RECITAL
; Mrs. Dorothy ...Owens, -- of guests Fairfield Garden .
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North Florida Council Boy, cecretarp; Mrs. Edith Nixon; ,as-. event are seen here Sitting, from left are'Mrs' ,. Elnora H. Johnson, Mrs. Ruth Jackson and -- -- -- -- -- ..9'f

Scouts of America, and, president risttnt secretary; Mrs. Flossye 1 I I Mrs Cora Ross. Standing in the same order are: Mrs. !Mary Singleton, Miss Carolyn Burdine, Mrs ,I (

of the ( Presbyterian Men's Wllon, treasurer; Mrs. Priscilla i Alice Morgan: Mrs.. ; Ethel, Payne Mrs. Goldie Cherry, Mrs. Lbuvinia Wheller, Mrs. Leola Bess The Grant Memorial Trio will
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Council of his church, will be Jones, program chairman,! and i and Mrs. Alice Griffin. y be presented in a recital July ,
introduced by Elder Charles:'Sim- 13, in the Grant Memorial AME
Mrs. Florence J. Dixon public i ___ i;
mons, who will.deliver the. ad I relations chairman.FELLOWSHIP. 1t --- --- --- Church, beginning at 8 p.m.

dress. .' ": | t SEMINOLECLUB MRS. R. COHEN t PALL BEARER LODGE! The recital is being sponsoredby 1XtX

Rev. C. C. Benz*, of the I
pastor
Choir No.2, of which they f(
HOLDS MEETING SPONSORS OUTING .
Lakewooh Presbyterian Church :: PLANS ANNIVERSARY i, are members.
YOUTH tc
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will b6 the speaker for the West. J,
i Members of the trio are: Mrs.
/ The Junior Seminole Club held JI <<
TEMPLE
minister Fellowship Hour at 6 TO HOLD I Luella McBride Mrs. Georgia I

p.m.An MEETING SUNDAY iti meeting recently in the home Mrs. Rosetta Cohen will celebrate The Pall Bearer Lodge 210 Benjamin and Mrs. Frankie
of Miss Joyce Pauline 1828 W. I
echo of the recent Negro her 2nd anniversary, July ';will sponsor an outing to BuunsvrickGa. Adams.
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Taxi Strikeg.{and 0''Mj.n'8 y J Place \.j O fit,! ; 31 I :' :::> ;- ?- 12th Street. 9, at the First Born Temple at ., June %9. > An invitation has been extendedto fC

In It" will be" presented' in an The summer church-setriees of I Joyce Graham and Audrey 8 p.m. i I The bus 'will-leave 817 Spearing: members of the church and .... ... _..' ....T_ ._ ___ "..,

address by Clarence, ,Allen,' business the, Fellowship Youth Tmeple will Goodman were elected to represent A program has'been arrangedand I St. at 8:30 an.and: win leave friends to/attend the program. YVONNE BROWN iC

manager'/jOf f the Local be. hel4 at. the, ,Skyyiew Theatre; the club at the Florida Melvin Grace will serve as I I 3rd Street and Florida Avenue
New Stanton Senior High 3 c '
'Teamsters Anion'k t q j I June.29.' ,; ..according, ,&>". the". Rev. State Assn., of Colored Girls master of ceremonies for theOcchsion i at 9:00': a.m. H. Roberson-, president KEEP HAM nOM .
meeting which be held in Tribqto1 ,is paid to Yvonne o f-tc
The Rev.jyB, fuller joinedthe Charles ,G. King, "pastor, will ; : I and C. B. '
Fort Lauderdale. Shrewsberry. GOING BACK the 15th srade cJass. She U & tc
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CouncgIubeaded; by # The, .us'.of the theatre was donated Some of the participants to I chairman ,- --_. -
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Maxey, pre! idsnttn..extendingacordial ;; -by .Ai I iK Rothschild of : appear on program are: The PGP\I.--. .... .. -_w..rt .- member vf the Drama. Guild iC
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welcome tCY I.the general .JJu:.' National .-.TbeaJxea. : $nter- ASSOCIATioN ,DAY Singing Wonders, Bethel Baptist1 .r I -......w.u..R 11.. .ae_Mtlt...w or..n-..aarw..w. Second Baptist Church,

public tf attend these services. ,prise.CHURCH. i::. ..... -.......-r...--a.SASS .
WILL BE OBSERVEDAT Junior Chorus, 'Heavenly Fire -..----
1_ f>. O -r r ,. REGISTER NOW I _-__r- .. .. .. ... LI
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JI. $
'-"- ,", .'. ::.\o: DAY SPRING Gospel Singers Samuel Hender THE GOAL'S SET AT f.JI. <<:

." ,. son ,Spiritual Flames,. Victory 40t100'NERO. :VOTERS. 'I! ]4mi 4: oJ; t
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v10T VH ? '' Gospel Singers, Robert Williamsand .. . I I' w.OIL..
Association Day will be observed others. '
r.y.a
r in the Day Spring Baptist : I
The general public have been .
Church, June 29. throughout, the ; ,
extended an invitation to attend

I NEWS day. the affair. Mrs.' Johnnie B. Jor. ; r l :
4sITANK
The. Rev. S. L. Badger of Eman > .-;' rJ J ,.
dan ris the sponsor. .J ( I t I
uel Baptist Church will be the :
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guest speaker for the morning .
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,. :----., t: '\ v'orship and the Rev. H. H. REGISTER NOW tr / i

,. .-- THE GOAL'S SET AT
; / COMMUNITY BAPTIST 1 Wright of Evergreen !Baptist? )
vtirr4pi Ei IZEC1TAL : 0,000- NE9.BO.y'QT :
I '* YoUr .
Church wilt be the 'Speaker forthe2' u tier
JTO SPONSOR
TRIP
DEI
'heve ) Choius iit..BP { ,
Goep4 ., : "" t tI r yS
The';unday ferfoor''Department I : 'pmA service 'Choir No. 2e1 ,
Ol Primitive Church t"
Baptist I \TiltJ'seri ''ifor"theeniornuig! Wor-' I :FOR;YOUR "! "
-i be presented in a muu ia,4 r q jComnnunity Baptist Church .:: + :+4 isY
J DRIVER'S LICENSES iOr I
I Slip and Choirs No.1 and 4 will
redital. June 30. will sponsor an outing to American : 4.'eft&! Z"pW.{ :> *-' J".1 ?., a ',1 ;U ..:1 ,th.v.s .- i "' 1.c. 'JOHNNIE; HOLMES
nvUdtign 'l' e;tendq. Beach. July 7. &a Learning. To Drive Het 1 p i n g Us To Have A .
finA I District No. 15 will sponsor anfluting -T" jrl* t'54,1; ( '>> I litt":;' Mattfll'W.. Rltvtt lli h'JA ;
to the 1fWtYtV4.: Af.a.i1 f\-a bUS 11Gftfthe WondekulTearWe t '
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to Little Talbot Island. AJAXDRIVING SCHOOL )2. :; \
church at 9:3 a.m.e I n ?/ b Rjile"is;.a trlcper-eaaith e ,
BAPTIST i wulp':. er. :,...'....<,") sill ....._.., ,.,''- 1134 :West 6th "Street Are ijookingy Forward To r.irrr'Vwl": (
Jf SINAI C.I14 L tt.;
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DISTRICT PRESENTS liECh } I i P o n s -_.Board Nq., :J,, :,w'11son '..- .r "..ELgin:40839'GEQRCE ; Your Continued'Patrog g.e >'.
.Ain AN s SOCIAL CLUB : f ; an / outing<.-; to : Belden ,13 ,4UOl 1 f4r; J t1' ,,i:1H\yIunjot .tt-r. l tu.hr _
Mstrict No. 10 of M M \soc A PARTY I: Brunsu ck : ; 'PEUPENrA, .Dlrl: '''; j:::'':: :Y1b..w..f.nlntU; m\c'l1\' ..'''' vti1'i akd \
Be tilt Church will pres+ttR Cc: 4 !-Ga.Juiy; r<. i I I .R'OOSEV'ELl' '-ij ..110 n..... ..'" I u....... o.r..".......
The Minuettes Social and Saving ;lfuse&,7w3 L.leacg';ttie hurHJ\;} S ; lUVJMMijssE'jiAshley : 'r'Witt)3U ilxtllReat: Baptist
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Allen m a recital, June 29 fai .
> jy ..
Club will a party, IP. .. I, .. --. .... .'. .. .._,,* ...... I '. ; ". ", ,. ." .JI..1 1
U1 the auditorium of the church. sponsor : ::' : <.f : ;: : ; "t! "._ art i a d- < !1' .. ... ...:; ".'..: \ h.r'ltt:) I' '_' ,..I I
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l) heyeii Choir No. 1 rih'\Tf Mt.be' surf3rUl"nehret"L' ; (,6. ::1 8 tiMrc I $T! '-'THOMAS 7 UNITS 1.r;[ '.."..'1 ,:'' 'DO. you'KjiowtYoU I H-I = --_- FWiId'Tu 'f. J''t. ,1T.II ;; .:l --5-E 3l of.-r t!; I


+t1L FLIMXGGOD ;, GASP :L cmYA 2 TO SPONSOR'TEA'A' a Ji : ,CanjjJj6iy; ,'Bi-.ilY. I ,- ,- ...+ --, c. f fI ; !\

T( 11ft\ EWL:1-rER: SERVICE I IH in SLATED AT KINLAW "UUn<1red TipllaVs "eqcsp6ns'ored"a /win I l8'\; t'n, thingYou !

n PIWGRA.IIin ":' -- e ; Jdnfe"j29 -'b?'-the ; I j rlklttolleJ :

., tp>rkera Spiritual .A c:; s.rictg. of St. Thomas Baptist I Want. A-t4-Wholesalo r
Si ge will resented in anf KINLAW... There will be church-'from !(j:3'jprn.( ;to 8:30n : ,.. .'.- ; J"),' ) : \ C Y a.W
: er V SH {" gram in -"i ,", I'1 % : "\ Prices!jAtCfflCLE t tI ". I
the ;
S a.Gospel ::ana n fYsmginjpiStthe t.. { the aulitorium of the church 1. Ant I .
H ly Church of Living God July Evergreen Baptist Church, with Mrs. Eleanor Jackson, chair I '

1 ft 'tli t benefit' of the Dorcus July r; .frQ ;V'< / i4 int 1a1gejlJ1 JIM' I
6gf 3'2Appearing3 In 1 .J .rfr u Iii. I I ; ;
it ssioAary\ 't7cl : st off tile program will I Aj.,.program; ba.beea\ ranged: SHOPPING ,SERVICE: Executive Secretary ? __

'program is,being sponsored be the Four S)ul ,.?6inging. Ap. {on the occMiQnby i : jLhe.,program j 539'W.,Beaver: Street
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b Mrs. Amanda. Ceilings. gela of e BrurSwickTi: Ga.j tMis.Mouise I tfjmmittee.. '? ,. =-
t CI.l' 'n' .' the Gospel i SoJ ...\ :. ,
Bullard Sykes -
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CIR

HIGHLANDGARpENI I ;SPONSORED A TEA ef! i cSnigersv" ptugtani" and 118 others.being.sponsored, {>3i3lie SEWING 'MACHINE '-SALE!! ATTEND EVENING CLASSES. _-. --- Mew Stanton Senior Illijh *' .
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Jttg1)t111dHeights' Garden'1rcI S6 O"I Pepsi Cola Dealers and }-epsl..L.
) \ :: by Evangelists T. R. Jones and AND .J__ :, ; : Cols' "'- .
a tea recently i \ 1 J.1/ Bottling Company are

cd the sponsored;,.lawn .of Mrs. Georgia :t. L. Lambert willjsejvejtas Evangelist master O. I BUYNItA'ND, \ SAVE "CONTINUE YOUR REGULAR DAY JOB? proud to salute Patricia Dry-t
Nightingale
P lerSn(; .- '*- 't II I I ant of the 13th grade; elaly,. V"
of ceremonies for the program. I IIIDt:1i : .
She i. 4" '
a member of the
Stafito
dur (CALL L 3-77 :
A program was prest-vw}" j \ : i 'C( 'J J-rrsr.U: | ;
ir j the .occasion, with Mrs. BelU ROME Only A'Few Months t Iu.iCho and an. honor stu- iff
: Required .
FOR 'FltEf PEMQNSTRATIOK Sent.
ft rd\\t'1 JtfU. pin; as .mistress BABTISTT"i c.I s I j % .- /' .. !

n cfremoniea} 1 and* Mrs. Charles PLANS MUSICAL USEDMACHINES Small Monthly Tuition Payments '.; 'f ; J ,* i
D Brooks as the speaker for j I. :
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tie atti.1r-\ ) ..awni '
VA.... fa 32OAOJY1 .' ; ... '. .-'. I ,1 ,
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NECCHI, Guarantee Good Position Graduation & Congratulations from Pepd j rI I
C'1"1> :.r .. Upon, .
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Women'sConnnUon : ,
( ONGREGATIONAL TESTING The District Junior 10: 'y< 'N' 0 ,' SINGER: ; .: ..I-t. (]ora' to .these three. ,Merit '
S .\TFD AT AIT. PLEASANT social committee will 'Atrarad winners! !

TTe regular monthly Congre- 'sponsor a muscai' >at'' 1116""FTBftptst I Down PFAFF :; :.: tlsttn to Ptpsl1Merlt! Awardaalutatlen j

g U n ; Churcfc on3 J\ 1no. OTHERS : Secretarial I Class- -' -41D Pepsi Cola R
: A M n. Darts;fc> ; *&+ d \1 iIPaymeat, I et '. ::11, ,* ,TEEN.TniEC. 1400 ioft' I
it P1 t c iurclt, .f JtKUctej .. .. -vinn>kft. ( l '' : 1;. ) :J :V ; : ,_ II
an. !r I tYfijac "ieh.- 'n the vpt og 1IJ; B inupre3e, t o1 IW. hrr)8 'I' '" year dial A.M.-'Saturday I,
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Grace in charge.Congregatipa .' II a medly 6 hymns on the orga u -$15OO"j' _NEW EXECUTIVE SECRETARI3IkSsJ: ,. MJ,vtUkJ'Ii

Tl e iulciioijus 0 I Otb't be prtsented on tie I b9lMLA 1 nl .-4.J:> 1'C.. ; .:-a: ,U ,l. l'

will be pjjy i pro4 are: MrtL. Blanche Mi l4r, .1 n9'ir'ra"il .!Jr-J "I I l : j (" :. ";;--C l1': -, I; FORMING ON MONDAY EVENI

u thAn n= .airs Arie' ortdH: Mrs. Willie It, vr5": uua a'r.ii.i ,'l1t/l.l/ ; SWIKG.NEEDLE"'ZIG-ZAG, i: .% y' I.f 1.:

i Jackson. I I Thomas. Mrs. Camilt PelerS. Mrs.Lavonia I SEWING MACHINEdRog'S159a: I f f JI1 ,,,..' 11 JUNEi30TH.. I958.1:' I 'afT n .

of b-\"'itb9A 7 j yg, eQ JMa: Gra- /jj ""IT? "E 1R S.isr!.' ).lP; i 3HDI'F(1.f 1A2 l; : .

outing to Bni5 H orI1Q: : Thomas. Rev. ?.;;., -, .. ; ; .
the Pall- '\V M. 1tiI1tte W. M. Grimes : .. H.OW': : )K ..' .",2' ,
vi II be sponsored by c.1 d.J. Jir -- ' a i I Rev. J. C. Sams and Revs. MarytJtian'ilt
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29 from 4 to 6 p.m.. atcHenryf .. .

Gordon AME Church __ A 1,2AA24 ; = ___ 9 iu gqO'J: CJha" _
The participants are: Mrs. Janie -. -

Crawford Wilkins, Mrs. Mattie B. Hicks.;: ( -J_ _- _---. ,a"I 0-. CYAN ( ,' _-_ '-- I ] ,. _-_ -_- -_

M. "Jennings Richardson Mrs ..Lonise Mrs. Richardson Mary .' : ; ; 1m ) : .- -= =:
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Mrs. Johnnie Preston /: ', -Q. ;:\L..i.;: \
Mrs Martha Matthews Mrs: ___ : I __ _. .... :.

Sharon Smiley Mrs. Roxleann .., .

Crawford Patricia Crawford .. V-!:..... .'*...'..... ....' .:
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Miss Barbara Miss '>}:l.' : ,
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Gloria Glover Miss Jeanette :Jen- -.:'. ','5 "- ':i'. ':':.l .; .. ." ."
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Bracy': Chorus of St. Paul AME ,
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Church Debris and Joseph -
Smith. Mrs. Thelma ; "
Richardson
Roger Glover, Mrs :Marie Washington .. ..

C. Parham Johnson, Mrs. ::2JLiL: .. -. .
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Essie G; Barnes Mrs. Evelyn R. 7 "

Freeman who will be the .. yer a

speaker; and Mrs. Gussie Paige' .'. .. %
will be the guest soloist for the : __ ....4 "
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The Forum committee of the t,

YWCA Al Lewis Branch is mak- 1
ing plans for a study course on

the proposed revised constitution.The .
chairman of the commit- i
tee Mrs. Eva Satterwhite has iSR 4 a it t
designated June 25 through July :

2 as. the dates for discussion.The x. k Y fJ he long service people who are being honored at the OWENS-ILLINOIS Service Award i;

meetings will be held at

the YWCA each day at 10:30 .. T Ceremonies this year are as usual a group of men and women who have
am. with leaders and periods
I for questions and answers. an important stake in this business to which they have devoted such a large part of their lives. I



SWIM MEET SET .' .: These men and women have, a vital interest in the growth and progress. ,- --:,;._ -
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their devotion to duty and their excellent spirit of cooperation and understanding. ( :

AT JEFFERSON .. .< .' ::-::':':! .::!:.l .:::.: : :) :1.

.: :. .?::0:) :Ii .vHS.t 'tq-9 Q '. The awards that are made on this occasion are meaningful symbols of mutual trust and confidence. f 1: :
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The.. boys and girls team of rjl.:2: ', .= .- Those honored with 20-Year Awards annual dinner last ,
Jefferson Pool will 'compete :: : : 9'::: b -: ,/ at our night
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against the boys and girls team
of -.Columbia Sc C. Saturday at TWENTY YEARS .
8 p.m. at the Jacksonville Inv Award Emblem in Silver-G rey Enamel at The Palms Moncrief Road were: .

tational Swim Meet at the local
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Columbia girls defeated the 1w ,
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local pool, .. _- .. '- 6i sTheodore tt116KY -
Columbia girls defeatedthe
local ? ,- i r t tr 3
team
In: the South Caroi

Tina Open Meet_ -..in 1955.. The. .. 4 k
Columbia team is coached by r ,
Thomas '}\ o;: pOol dlwcWt and ; w "-,?'k 1
physical education, instructpr at s "'
Booker ."T': : VVajfliington": -kigli ; J8 3FSimon d: -t 1 /

School of Columbia. He>:.has.been)J.' o,, 1 : r ., ;: : ..,,;:
director of swimming" activities! '
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In Ubt\mrt 'for "dightr-iy; ars.oO 4 4presented .ix \ .' ,

The,Jeffers9A c team' "" 'vil;., ...be.......1 .. il W11I ralg Charlie Timmons Cyrus Goodman Booker t .T..Sims R. Sherman' Riley :Madison Peters Meltonir
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way, Helen Hill, Justa: J wrl dr. I Y "

Sadie jGSuinyard, Ava M. I, 4Y I r""c't.
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rented by Clarence Wingate 1 f W D rt \
NathaV:-:AValkerp\ Jull n' "WaU01\ii'; M ; I .4 I-

Jr"...Ffcd.Yesley", Walter: .Me Es.t ',! t
Alfred i iM
Preston Walter CowartVIifey
v Thomas? 'MarionHilfct 4
Joseph-Pauline!? in, Robert_ MpntLgo'm'eiy ri'd fa
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/ Wfllfe R. Thomas; 'Bobby T .r

Rivers;; TaUiaferro= MoTeer: ,' Willie' per : -i l ."06 .

Walker PinkneyVlllie; Quentin I Malpress Jones Harry Willie Tony McFadden Harold Johnson Dan Hunt Percy S. Green: Robert Hicks Aaron Gray Amos Smith Lloyd Ellex I

Peterson, Kenneth Cummings and .
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FIFTEEN YEARS Award Emblem in Maroon Enamel TEN YEARS
; Award
'''':d''; ,- Emblem, Dark Blue Enamel I
Coach Julius Guinyard of the .J. -' :: :: ..:>,:: :; :..:-l :.' -,: '' -,... tL "J
Jefferson, pool ;teams stated that --
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the, biggest 'swimming; attraction ::1-2 ;.Roosevelt,Battle.:.: ?:. ..! Jasper Myrick '- : John R. Bailey Doby Dawkins Robert Brooks ;
of the ,season.. Acie Lawrence Dotie Pleas General G. Butler Jr. James
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REGISTER NOWso :< ;.. James: McFadde'ri i'-'3'I' Joe Pringley : !II I T1Iet1l'.U! ; .Jr- :J VI SlIe)sI..ne: .Grant'A .L.; Furlow
Arthur Snead ?
YOU CAN VOTE I : George L. Riddle u 1tnS. 3UOK J ) j Elisha: Gray
Cleveland A. .. : ""
Wilcher: :::. Robert Thomas : OtisVilliams Fred Morgan Arthur Johnson ,

:REFRIGERATORSSERVICED Ceaser Austin -.,- ,0. :.: :. .' .Clarence_ Johnson ,.. 'nn.JphnH.'Co 4\. "'" "" 1s -l : fVilliam Johnson I
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J c' Gaulden Staten : :i ;".".0::;: 1.,.,: Willie Jones -, : Frank Elmore iA I U IJ.. 9j\lN onnan.4 RRau G9 Un\m (" 'iNOOrUon

Ezkile CritfdonCharlie .;J --John. Furlow Roosevelt Reaves Willie L. Jordan
George Martin Jr. :
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John A. Rowe ,-. Harry Charlie KennebrewNed

REPAIREDCALLP0.4.0127' James Matthew Fields., -.,..-- : -:: "_ : Eddie Thomas ': I .. Riley I a JQh 2E.-S !h2 \ um OG McClendon
Frederick 4-
\ "Edi; n P. RhodesNathaniel .Wi11ieweet George Plair
:!T -; .Raymond Arnold : VAC( '
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.. Sing :ton Johnny Thomaar Willie L. Roberson
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Re state ? Jackson ":In ,"", -'Major McCoy : )j W '" ,
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$1,000 $2,000 is,000 Joe Morgan Ike Quarterman.i t:i : George Brawn r -I I :-\YI! .L :- 9r'J wok: -r. James A. Thompson
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I "40,000 NEGRO VOTERS .. GOAL FOR DUVAL COUNTY" l .1



30th. Budget carefully at this work out a good savings and J

Your Weekly time, and don't go overboard in investment program "Politics As Usual"By

spending too much on your home. 4-50-33- JS 31-153.

890778975897. Eric O. Simpson
Horoscope Guide PISCESBorn

SAGITTARIUS Feb. 20th Thru March 20th '
WHICH ARE YOUR LUCKY DAYS FOR Born Nov 23rd Thru Dec. 21st Do your part by remaining as August 9 the last day for registering to become
You must use extra precautions qualified to vote seems like a long way off. Actually,
BUSINESS LOVE TRAVEL -I II I cooperative as possible. Tension ,
against all kinds of accidentsever however, it leaves us just 29 days in which te get our '
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the last week of June. Travel may rise in your work or em- names on the books. 'J I

By PABLO, The ASTROLOGERARIES I II is nit advisable on the 26th. ployment on the 26th, and you This is a very important election year

I Even in your own home, you iuii some risk of an accident at '. because some very important offices will be l

must not let haste or negligencethen base of operations. Be dip- voted on and if we as Negroes hope to
your
them. Seek and follow the ad- VIRGO
i invite an accident which : have a voice in our government we must
Born March 21st Thru April 20th vice of old and conservative
At this time, be careful about friends in making any financial I Iplans. You tend to be too hasty and I, But if you buckle down to hard sound off with some brusque or .w" t tt'
sarcastic remark. There are indications Our VOICE
is VOTE.
our
and could work, and fulfill small and
all joint finaaces and tax mat- ] impulsive easily antagonize I every .
ters. Don't attempt to handle 3-20-11-18-21-321. 1 people through sharp i seemingly unimportant routine that expenses will rise ,- 1 The only way we can hope to secure any
and thoughtless words on the 26th I task, you will be laving the foundation :33 the month comes to an end, I / advancement is by being able to elect city
financial CANCER '
other peoples' money or give The need to practice certain economies : for greater security this and officials
so adjust to trend and treat county who will give fair, equal
advice over the end of Born June 22nd Thru July 23rd | would not come in amiss 1-80-09-79-97-187. and unbaised consideration to our needs and
the budget with due consideration. 1 kl.tj"/ '
the month. This includes friends You will be under some nervous i by the 30th. Even though your I I rights as citizens. And by the same token,
as well as partners since they strain during the last week income remains at a good level, CAPRICODNBorn we must possess enough voting strength to
would hold you responsible forany of June because the afflictions of it becomes much harder for you Dec 22nd Thru Jan. 20th 1-3-10-33-12-31-123. be able to defeat those office holders who
mistakes of judgment in this ,I Ii i to save any surplus Cut down But don't take advantage of Simpson made us promises but failed to keep
many
now in solar sixth i iI i
direction. Do nothing to cause i Mercury your iI I' on any unnecessary amusements.Even the generosity of others. You them after they got into office And we must also be I
bad feelings with friends on the I house of health and employment. a business trip would be cannot afford to be selfassertivenow NO OK GIVEN in
a position to defeat those politicians who have shown
.0th. Don't walk out job in a such attitude could
on your unproductive and far too expen- as an
I I themselves to be
-30-22-28-21- 31. huff on the 26th, and if you are : sive over the last day of the alienate people on the 26th, when 1 antiNegro.At .
an employer, do your best to month. I' :Mercury squares Mars and,undo ; TO OPEN SPA the moment we have a little over 21,000 registered

TAURUSBorn avoid labor trouble at this time. j 2-10-33-12-31-213. much of the good results of the Negro voters after losing about 4,000 when the registrationbooks

April 21st Thru Slay 21st Drive with extra caution on the prevous week. Protect your reputation -I were purged. A total of 21,000 Negro voters is justa
You need to guard against accidents 2th: and :30th, and continue to t LIBRABorn I on the 28th and 29th BEACH AND POOL drop in the bucket when we consider that there are
and fires in your home environment be discriminating in your choiceof Sept 24th Thru Oct. 23rd i b:' associating only with people ;
nearly 100,000 Negroes in Duval County.
on the 26th. Be dip- associates throughout this i The following week should bring you can trust. You tend to get --
lomatic, too, in handling part- week. I;i yon personal happiness, and Ve- ''in \\ith the wrong crowd who S T PETERSBERG-It was Let us set our goal to get 40,000 registered Negro

ners at that time and don't permit 5-10- -3 -86-584. j I nus in your Sign will enhance could take advantage of youbidly voters. Let each of us appoint himself and herself a com-
ruled last year in the Supreme
anyone to pressure you into your popularity. But don't let ; in a financial way: mittee of one<< to help the Negro Registration Drive Let
contracting heavy business ex LEO I your natural exuberance over !97OG6636494.AQL' Court that cities must allow in- each of us who is registered see to it that we get one
penditures. The 30th is a time to Born July 24th Thru August 23rd i good fortune make you too extravagant tergration of municipally owned
i who isn't
his
person registered to put name on the books.I .
stand firm on your tried and true When it receives its final sex- You will be under 1RIUS facilities, however it was not
I am using this means to make a special appeal to
principle of paying as you go, tile from Jupiter this year on the strong pressure to spend lavishly, I Born Jan. 21st Thru Feb. 19th with a week ago that Negroes
citizens clubs
rather than mortgaging your future 22nd, you will begin to reap the whereas prudence cautions a pro- You should rest on your laurels fraternities and organizations to join in
I attempted to use the Spa Beach this effort increase ,
by extending your credit reward for work begun long ago. :'gram of savings and thrift. 'over the last week of June, whenthe to our voting strength so that we can
too far in making time payment This could mean advancement, I 8-70-66- 8-C1-Si6. planetary trend is not quiteso and pool in St. Petersburg. secure our rights through voting.A .
purchases. definite financial gains, a chance i I II favorable.. You cannot expectto City officials closed both beach special appeal is also made to the ministers of this
7 0H581276LGE3m. foe travel, satisfactory from I city and county to urge their membership to become
foreign or a very I SCORPIOBorn I get much cooperation and pool immediately after the
marriage. Don't let this Oct. 24th Thru Nov. 22nd I partners on the 26th, when Marsis Xegro bathers left, and have I "registered voters" since good citizenship is a Christian ,

good trend be spoiled by haste I But be tolerant of the needs of squared by Mercury;. in fact, subsequently stationed police !, responsibility. ....
Born May 22nd Thru June 21st or negligence on the 26th, which ethers. You should not force issues you would do well to avoid an The
following is a list of the offices which will be.
Don't force issues in any of could invite accidents right in ", in business matters on the I open quarrel! Try, to have a very uard at both to prevent anyone open for election in the coming primaries:
these fields on the 26th, when I your own home. Avoid any quarrels 26th. Instead gain the cooperation I clear and definite understandingabout entering.Rev. .
:Mercury: squares Mars, and don't. with your mate or partner of your 'mate or partner in joint finances or business Enoc D. Davis, chairman Commissioner Florida Inland Navigation District.
spend too much money on amuse I over money matters the last day meeting any crisis which may I expenses before this date. You Comraiittee'Our -
rf the Citizens Cooperative
I Representative in Congress (Second Congressional District
ments. Some extra expenses will need to have a good cash reserveof come up then, and thus be pre must not yield to the temptationof
leaders are )
loom up by the 30th, and you the month. ; pared for the extra expense spending too much for plea-
back of you with which to meet I 4 50 55 8-53-4t3. I which are bound to arise on the sure when what you need is toDELICIOUS agreed that the segregation ques- Justice of the Supreme Court-State of Florida (Group
tion will be pushed to some definite One)

conclusion". Voicing his
s Justice of the Supreme Court-Staid of Florida (Group
5 opinion bri the matter after meet-
Two)
ng with Mayor John D. Burroughs -
he said "The sentiment Justice of the Supreme Court-State of Florida (Group
Three)
'J t get is that the city's segrega- i

tion policy will be contested by Circuit Judges Fourth Judicial Circuit (Group One).

it ,- : i is court action" Circuit Judges Fourth Judicial Circuit (Group Two).

.yt It is generally felt that the
I Circuit Judges Fourth Judicial Circuit (Group Three).
I city may never reopen either 1

4r the, pool or beach, when attorneys Circuit Judges Fourth Judicial Circuit (Group Four).

for the city said that no Circuit Judges Fourth Judicial Circuit (Group Five).

'' court can force a city to operatea
Circuit Judge Duval County Circuit.
? a A k .. recreational facility which
orerates at a loss. Railroad and Public Utilities Commissioner (Group One)

The Mayor said he would calla Railroad & Public Utilities Commissioner (Group Two)
joint meeting of the city
council and Negro leaders to State Senator ((18th Senatorial District).
? ;: discuss the problem.
1 r Member State House of Representatives (Group One).

Member State House of Representatives (Group Two).
TWO ARRESTEDFOR
Z t Member State House of Representatives (Group Three).
:
: ATTACK ON I Member Board of County Commissioners (District One).

: II I Member Board of County Commissioners (District Two).

WO WHITE MENTwo ]i I 'Member Board of County Commissioners. (District Four)

Member County Board of Public Instruction (Disi. Two)
I
men were arrested last Member County Board of Public Instruction (Dist. Four)

Monday by Patrolmen A. Jones, I Judge Juvenile Court.
R Jefferson, G. A. Henry, M.
Alvin I Judge Small Claims Court.
4 {(, hN Newsom, Charlie Sea and

James for an attack on two I Member County Civil Service Board (District One).
young white youths in the 600
block of W. Adams; Street. I Member County Civil Service Board (District Three),

Police reports indicate that
I! Member County Civil Service Board (District Five).
Curtis Goree Hicks 17, of Don- I
NEW FROZEN DESSERT aldsonville, Georgia and Irvin!' Each of the above listed offices is vital to our existence.Th .

Lamar Preston, 18, of Iron City, men or women who are elected to fill those posts are
Ga., were walking north on the the people who will be in a position to deny us of any
Only 3 minutes to make! Just 4* per servinglf west side of Broad _Street and I! number of our rights, or on the other hand, see to it that

were crossing Adams'Street with we are accorded those privileges due to us as American

f tee light. citizens.
As the two young white men

much smoother too, crossed the street a car bearing The by-word from here on in is:
p- t"I' four Negro men came to a stop.It .
(with Better-Blending CARNATION! I was reported that the driverof I "40.000 NEGRO VOTERS" .

I the car said something to the
tr t two pedestrians and Hicks went U-

QuIck and easy to fix..a delicious, economical frozen: dessert back to ask what was said. The I LILLY'S DRUG STORE

,made with Carnation Evaporated Milk and"Junket"] Freezing! M&! ? urot driver was quoted as saying:
"Walk back In front of the car I 1907 Kings Road at Spires

To make, simply follow the Junket Freezing Mix label *" and find out. I
,directions-and in 3 short minutes your dessert is ready foe tbI look for special"Junkfl" When Hicks went back to frontof
offer at your grocer8I car, the driver and his front Where Experienced
choice of 3
What's have '
your
freezing tray. more'you '
seat companion allegedly jumpd -x Pharmacists Prepare
4 delicious "Junker freezing Mix flavors-chocolate,vim out of car. The driver of the. car Your Prescription Ac. '4r

strawberry black raspberry. made his companion put his knife 4 cording to your doctors
away. Preston and Hicks walked .s instructions Using %7;
The secret of smoother frozen desserts Is Carnation. Its sped 0tYAOiUl west on Adams and were followed "' only the best quality

blending qualities just naturally make desserts rich ... !5y the men who attacked them drugs.

delicious-no other form of milk wffl do for comparable teuM'Why from behind. Hicks was hit In

z the back of the head with the Dr. C. E. Black Pharmacists Dr. W. J. Graham

not mix"JunkeT Freezing Mix and Carnation tegetiM-: knife knocking' him out and _.._ _.._ ..._
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the scene and the two white .
Cosmetics : Rubber Goods : Candies : Sundries
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1 II All plans are being perfected for the 1958 Championship Boat

Races at Christoper's Pier at New Berlin July 4, with activities
C. Parham Johnson i f I getting underway at 1:00 p.m.

____________ !i i r The annual boat races and

THE COLLEGE ALt-STAR football game to be played I ater show sponsored by The Ski Clubs will put on a most
in Chicago at Soldiers Field August 15 will have seven : ]
s. j New Berlin Outboard Motor Club spectacular show with many new
tan players listed in the squad. Among the seven stars I
there will be two CIAA gridders. Named to the squad'are I Inc.. is going all out to make the events. The St. Johns Ski Clubis

John Sample, Maryland State's great All-American > i events go beyond those of previous a club of the younger group.

halfback John Baker North Carolina College tackle The I b.2 years in attractiveness and Albert (Chunky) Brooks is the

i other five are Jim Jones University of Washington, halfback interest. president and James (Popsy)

: Len Lyles, who set an all-time rushing and
scoring Outboard motors and pilots are Jcyner is the vice president.
record at the University of Louisville, last year, and was expected from Orlando Braden-
the No. 1 draft choice of the Baltimore Colts: Bob Mitchell, ton and Savannah. Georgia. Local Peace and order will prevail

University of Illinois: Jim. Pace, University of Michiganand 5, o.V 'I participants will be Carl Thomas throughout the afternoon's activi

( Proverb Jacobs, guard from the U. of California. The Samuel Walker Edward Durham ties. Women and children can feel

seven tan players have signed pro contracts. I Israel Stalling. Robert Watkinsand perfectly free to roam around
BOBBY DAVISON the smoothfielding ,
Southern I George Christopher. the grounds and be at ease.
shortstop of a substantial bonus. He joins
University has signed a Chicago the hundreds of other collegians 11 Jerome Singletary one of the Through all the years the boat

Cubs contract. The 20-year-old v ho will play professional base ANOTHER CHAMPIONSHIP Florida A & M University won another cham- most familiar participants in the races and water shows have been

yioridian reportedly signed for pionship for 1958 when they copped the SIAC track and field crown. The membersof boat races is issuing a challengeto going on, the New Berlin Outboard -

ball.BENNIE SWAIN, the tall I the team that brought the honors back to the "school on the hill" are shown in all twin motor operators that Motor Club can be proudof
the picture. Kneeling from left: Maceo Jennings. Birmingham. Ala.: Zean Clayton, b.3: is ready and prepared to take I
basketball star of Texas Southern its record of peaceful.
Your Jacksonville; Ralph Johnson, Palatka: Willie Poole Leesburg; Richard Oden Syla- 011 all comers. Singletary has I a

I University has been draftedby I cauga. Ala. Standing from left: Charles Howard, Philadelphia; Major Manafee Tus- been one of the most sensational' wholesome and enjoyable atmos

LuckyNumbers the Boston Celtics. Swain, I egee Institute; Edward Jinks, Savannah: William Primus Daytona Beach; and Johnny performers to ever compete in F here.

who has been labeled another I II I i Williams, Louisville. Not shown in the photo are James Lang. St. Petersburg: Charles the boat races. New and additional parking
Wilt (The Stilt) Chamberlain \\illl I Young White Plains: Clarence Childs. Lakeland; Lewis Johnson, Bartoe; James
The
channel swim cham-
cross
become a team mate of the renowned j Denmark Florence Villa; Kermit Merritt. Fort Lauderdale; Eugene White. Willis cxeas have been provided to relieve -
pionship will be defended by
basketball Bill Rus- Elliot David and conditions.The .
star Curry Ernest Clark all of Miami. congested parking I
I
Herbert
Wingate last year'sr.hampion.
.sell. Swain 6 ft. 10 inch
regularhas i I Many of those com.peting club is also announcing that
Colon been a standout in collegiate seasons. Another former Texas jump. The first Is the I
Lucky Days Lucky one strong J last and some new the roads will be supervised and
year
BY ASTROLOGY basketball for the past three Southern star Willie Sauldsberry i i d fenshe playing of Don Bias-MATSON! SIGNS
| participants: will take part in policed by patrolmen to insure
in Your WeeklyHOROSCOPE with the Philadelphia Warriors j slngume, Irv Noren Stan Muslal, this year's meet. the
was voted "Rookie of the Year" Curtis i safe traffic to and from
GUIDE Flood Jien Koyer, Wally'
I 39 10 54 last year in professional basket- ;'!' Moon, Gene Green and Joe ConI -j I FOR SIXTH TIME ii i The New Berlin and St. Johns I races.
Send 52.00 for your Horo- I
j I uingham. Offensively they have ] -
Guide with lucky numbers 583 66 233 ball.GARNET
scope
(Sugar) HART is : the same erew. Pitching, they
lucky days lucky colors. having his troubles and they are have Sad Sam Jones, Larry Jack-I WITH CARDS
Enclose a stamped envelope.0 Watch This Clown !
I not from the fists of his opponents -, t-on, "Vinegar t"nd.Ilzell.,

either. Two women have I Lindy :McDaniel and Frank opiji
'I 4 2
-0- accused the 22-jear-old welter j I Barnes CHICAGO-Ollie :Matson called I, NOW !

4 0 Poser of being the father of EDDIE BANKS, the hard hit- by many of the leading experts :

In and Mail to: 9' j 2 their children. A third woman ting shortstop for the Chicago on football the greatest player j
I accuses him of being $1,017 in Cubs is practically a sure bet to in the game today has signed.

ZODIAC arrears with his support payments win the starting berth in the his sixth contract with the Chicago j'

68 19 75 for two of Tier children. 1958 All-Star game. Banks has Cardinals managing direc- :'
P. O. Box 732
The accusers were disclosed when been chosen only two years of tor Walter Wolfner) announced. >

Jacksonville 1, Fla. I Ii 133 04 645 the young boxer was defendant the four that he has been in the Just before the 1957 season,

I Sometimes he's in three separate actions in the I:major leagues.. From the time he Matson was a victim of Asiatic
Name .... ...............:.. Sometimes he's up Philadelphia municipal court.. started
down with 4-he.Cubs. in 1953 he Flu which caused the loss of 15 PALMS

ADDRESS .................. He adds subtracts OSSIE VIRGIL the 25-year-old; I has been ,the hardest hitting pounds. He played the full 12- ;
He works It all around
City State .................. third baseman of the Detroit shortstop in the game. The 27- games at 195 pounds instead of'.;'
Coming Attractions Tigers really broke into the majors I year-old Banks is a native of hia usual 210. He gained 451 yds.

Birthday .,................... i with a bang. He has been Dallas Texas. from 20 passes completed two of i

month & day 17-34-99 fielding sensationally and hitting BOXING SUGGESTIONS have five passes for 59 yards and re- '!

I I like a veteran. Virgil from Corpus j become preposterous when the turned seven kickoffs for 154 I I OF JACKSONVILLEFORMERLY

Christ, Dominican Republicis I .suggestion was made to match !.yards and scored nine touch- I

the first tan player to ever I Sugar Ray Robinson with heavy- downs. I ( THE 2-SPOT)
play for the Tigers in Briggs I f I
The Cardinal star had his best !
lE W1tHHAVIN weight champion Floyd Patterson.
NEW: !
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Stadium. In a against the
G game I
DELUXE Robinson is the middleweight season as a pro in 1956 when
? Washington Senators, he hit 5-1 I
JMS SHAVINEis (champion not a' heavyweight he carried for 102 times for 924 !
for-5 a double and four singles.
made by the contender. Everyone can admita I j'aids. Matson has been a star i DANCING
Virgil said he was neither wor. I 1IIGHTLYI
MAGIC 'tied nor nervous because he be- million dollar offer is worth I with the Cardinals from the beginning !
SHAVING thinking about, but what would of his professional ca. ,i
lieves he can do the job.
POWDER the remains of a million dollars leer. i!
GOOD NEWS hit the the I
press
People (after Uncle Sam) be worth to '
other day when it was announcedthat
a badly bruised battered and NINO VALDEZ SIGNS 'I ON STAGE ATTRACTION ,
Roy Campanella is gaining
busted body. It is quite a jump
( WItNi \ OUT RAZOR strength. The doctors at NYU- TO FIGHT CARTERIN
BEARO from a middleweight to a heavy I
REMOVES TO USE. Bellevue :Medical Center said in I
PLEASANT DID YOU KNOW that Virgil SPOKANE, WASH.
fAST, EASY scent. a short while Roy will be able
with a manly "Iloneybear" Akins the newly
Perfumed to spend the week ends at home I FIVE ROYALS
THE
if not crowned welterweight champion SPOKANE WASHINGTON -
drug .tore. with his family. He is still para-
Sold in fine locotity i is! a minister of the gospel? Well Nino Valdez the Cuban heavyweight -
in your lyzed from the waist down.
ovoi1ob1. SUPPLY to Le Is. Akins waged such a vicious and Harold Carter of Linden -
fOl2 MONTH 1 I TIlE ST. LOUIS CARDINALSmade
$1 CO. ,. attack on Vince Martinez, It was I N. J., will meet in a nationally With -
POWDER / their sensational leap from
tHE SHAVINGS SAVANNAH, the cellar to respectable positionin practically forgotten. Akins did televised 10-round heavy- ARNETT COBB ORCHESTRA

." p,OBOX 3457-CN' GtOllG1A 1 the league standing. There are not show much of that tender, i weight match, promoter Tommy

three reasons however for the compassionate spirit that he I Moyer announced recently. ADMISSION 75c-MONDAY Thru THURSDAY
I preaches about when he attacked Carter out-pointed Willie Bes-

3 la rt Inez. I ifcanoff of Germany in a TV show 90c Friday. Saturday Sunday and Holidays

CHUCK HARMON of the Miami last week. It was Carter's first I

Marlins is having bad time fight after 17 months in the I

WITH MOST IMPORTANT PEOPLE..IT'SYou'll with his knee. Doctors say it Army. Promoter Moyer said both SAMMY DOUGLAS

is not responding satisfactorilyto fighters are at the peak of condition .
Of Ceremonies
Master
treatment and it is a long and appear to be ready to

way off from playing condition. give the fans a real fight.

I Chuck was formally with the They win tee off at 6:00 p. m. I SPECIAL I II

Cincinnati Redlegs and the Philadelphia in the Spokane Coliseum the I I

Phillies. first to be televised nationally SUNDAY 6:00 TO 9:00 P.M.
SMOOTH SAILING UNTIL, from Spokane Coliseum. The II

r WE MEET\ AGAIN. fight will be held July 9.
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t Gin tike GOBDOH'SfUKOC : READY TO RACE -" George W. Christopher who AND HIS IMPRESSIONISTSVISIT

will be compeiiny for top honors in the boat races at

AVAILABLE 4/> At New Berlin. July t is shown in his boa 'Black Hawk-"

Christopher has been a strong competitor each year and

*. atam'I>C5TL1ED IIOMGWt OOIDCK'I.MY ON CO*.HO. IWDW. t4._& he has issued warning to all comers that he and Black -
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Hawk will be ready. Christopher is one of the many THE PALMS DINING BOOMI

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to study will_gathr -. DoLJoness.oi Augusta,. Georgia .the, _Williams, dan |t Is weD to to the .
; n session. The place of the University REGISTER NpW.t8
The mention that Mrs. ADoItavif.
tfr w T iy p is here for -a few weeks.
meeting hilly secret. On the strawberry haired beauty gra.eedthe Uams, spouse r-the eminent medic'is lvaai&.z.OI'Cbid&l.1o..v--' A."; ( 4YGUSOAN YO1'E
sane kick on? of the members> -. --
pages. of last week's Boat 009 of the guiding: lights in the
I U byja.yjajTThe came panicky when he viewed the '
Race program. :Mary Smith of North Florida Press and Radio,
growirg mi her of school '
marms 1 AUTO
who are rena_.urg home to study o.the nat Kings is expected, Road 'and to Davis be on Wash.handto : Club'president of which. Some Eris O.of Simpson the things Is .. SEAiC9EREj: J

The bassist,
annual exodus of teachers enrolled for the short term. We drummer wale all pfiuoo the way.maADa Too greet- racing fans? at New happening at the 45th: Street. CLEAT LACTIC SEAT--COVERS '
Berlin. School don't seem too kosher : 11119
.from these parts began the first I passed Alice Speed, Barbara Waleker. bad that the boys may be de. : % $ 95
part of last week. For some it Jessie Boddie. Daisy Gilliard, prived of' this sort of bftpgta&ff Among the boating set one Look the for Afro-American some longtime InsuranceCo. personnelof 5 Ari .S tanda rdy Slz e Ca r-r JNLY% :'te l .

trek to the clay hills of 1 Alean soon unless t'th snazziest Jobs we have
was a Tarver Peggy Wesley and something breaks. "
to move to greener fields in:: = G:'- 'Leatlie7ette:TrImn; "'"' I OJ
Leon County. FAMU has a Randolph Silas in the mad rush The grapevines says that ,the seen 'is. the new Thompson rig
future Nettie Sowell,
the
very near SAREN PLASTIC COVERS _______ $19.95
record enrollment of local teachers trying to register.We management of the Palms may Harold ;Jenkins has, just pun wife of the popular undertaker, is

this summer. Many chose to think that the sack has roan bow to the various typesof .chased..Jenkins is on the FAMU' currently in New York studyinghair FIBRE COVERS. .low. as __ $14.95
take the much shorter trip out done it You know various im. pressure which is being applied. -staff and is*the brother .of }.{ 'S.Raymond' styling' and modeling.The '"\ Ttt --
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Kings Road way and be enrolled pressions are given when one Miller 'boys are talking about tile"Three H .
at EWC. The local college has looks at a departing sack dress. J. D. ir. Goodwill" Brooks_ Johnny Shaw Yvonne Daniels, old'men" who went partying .\ -

one of the largest summer en- Some of the wearer of the crew has turned talent ,and beauty Womack< Howard and other mem. John Green, Jerry Nash,_I "

rollments in its history. tion resemble a sheet left on 'scout. He :is. busy'/counding up benT of; the" "beat set", took in and Harry Puzi%reputedly three ot. }:BOAT TOPSGUSH O : 1

Last week we had occasion to the clothes Hne. Others remind whole':: passel of bathing. beau-: the show jatthe-Palms after. the the chest men on the "Shoe': -
visit FAMU for the first timeIn one of a kitten playlnj in a ',V': 'i *' Jazz Concert- 'last: Sunday. Both 'all visited a popular. spot the other I

popular; --radio, : :far ;,. ,. ,_,. _
of We were large paper bag. Yeu know REGISTER NOW of the .personali- Sunday and "Chipped in" : ;:;; : J '
a couple years. .
amazed at the changes that have a movement here and there. SO YOU CAN ;VOTE.. ,fieaJohnnyV and Yvonne 'per. BT''"Short one." P.S. That's how i ., :POLLARD'S AUTO;SEAT'COVERS "

taken place. Had a chance to Frankly we place Bermuda THE GOALS' 'S! AT formed J ,'oaf, t b.show! ': they got rich. w'z i : 2007.,'Kings, ,....Road.. : "'n: *JX1, '. EL:5-1791
talk with our good friends shorts for men and sacks in the 40,000 NEGRO''VOTERS. ', Y.AY'S. iNOTEBOOKVDT., .< ..... .. i7r1 of Virginia Harper Lora i: -- -
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ton. Both of the boys are flaking and others can. Among those : ; "'f'- _:',: -: :- :. '" ; : :- 'ro

big plans for the battle of who can is Martha Jordan of YITPAYTODEAL .
In Miami. The lass upset ,Tallahassee -- -
to engage
words they plan

this fall.Many .familiar faces are evident the Monday same Jacksonville and will probably when do _-:y._- z-. :- : : : : WITH DAVISL! I

about the campus. Star she interns here next fall. Last ;::' _' ._

Morris and Eugene bat not least is the creation : : __ _____ ___) '
footballers Riley Joan, Frazier sported in the, Tropicanna. -: _: ., j
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