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Title:
Florida star
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Florida star news
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v. : ill. ; 58 cm.
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The Florida Star Pub. Co.
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Jacksonville Fla
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July 5, 1958
Publication Date:
Frequency:
weekly
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Additional Physical Form:
Also available on microfilm from the University of Florida.
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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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University of Florida
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c 4 I A Jacksonville man if I being held on a charge of manslaughter as a I II TALLAHASEE Gov. Leroy Collins said Monday the

1 i 7 oj I result of an automobile accident which took the life of a well-known I II Florida Sheriffs Burea will make an extensive investigationof

f3'y resident. I the KLUX for
; I reports Ku KLAN is stockpiling anus: a
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d I" .J Eugene Wesley Armstrong, of | --- ------ ----I last-ditch i fight! to bloc'k. integration.!

e.f i 1711 Calhoun Street died last: ; Wednesday I The governor, nowever LOla a

'0;. f in a local hospital from | NEGROESVANT\ ;I news conference he is not yet accepting -

c ; i mmries reecived in an automobile I the story as sound. Richard WHITE/ MAN GETS I

accident last .Sunday at Seventh I
: and Davis; St ets. i DAILY PLAY ON Ashe of Winter Haven, an FBI

Mr...Armstro- had been a resident ': undercover agent, testified Friday } 20YR.JA1LTERMFORNEGRORAPE

Qf"JacksQt-. lle for 50 years : I before a legislative investigating

.. 0. .. w: .; wt $. and was title mason contractor I II CITY COURSESI 1 1I committee that he had been ad-
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.. t 0. A and well known throughout the
.: i I city II i iol I vised klansmen at JacksonvilleOr.lando,4 I

:t' ; #I ide' caused the .arrest j. filed In: Lakeland and Tallahassee
A't : : j : ,i 14 SPECIAL -' Suit was, : --
"': ..: ::: : ".0 1. urmltf LeG Strickland# 42. of I I Federal Court last Thursday; .. ,N.-afonng 's rs.an"imun1iion, i .::James Ben Nelson, 38-year-old

.' : : 1773-A Mt. Herman ,Street on 1 ternoon to open the Municipalgolf and dynimite tobe used when"race' White tilesetter of 7653 Galveston

: .( charges of driving 'while" r courses to Negroes on an mixing comes to=Florida schools. Ave, who last Tuesday was in-
.. ",.. intoxi-1
'0,, ,. .. .. "*' / cated, but was out on bond unrestricted basis. dicted by Duval County grand

"L', time of Armstrong'slieath.. The expected suit comes aweek Richard L. Ashe of Winter Ha- jury for rape, pleaded guilty to

0 ... I Strickland was rearrested on a after four Jacksonville Negro ven, an undercover agent for the assault with intent to rape a 14

.. charge of nianslaugh&r>+, followingthe citizens appeared before City FBI, testified before a legislative year old Negro girl on Aug. 8 of
death of 1'I
o Armstrong. Commission meetng \vth a re-I committee last: ; week that the klan last year. At the trial Nelson was

quest that Negroes be permitted convicted of attempting to crim-
i has stockpiled ammunition.Ashe .
to play on the city-owned' links inally assault the little girl and

A :5 : ;: BOYS SUSPECTED every day of the week. i I voluntarily joined the Ku was sentenced to 20 years in the

: IN MAN'S SHOOTING The Suit was filed by Ernest I Klux Klan in July of 1956 for the state prison by Circuit Court

D. Jackon Negro Attorney on be-: purpose of assisting the FBI. Judge Edwin L. Jones
half of Edward J. Norman D. Nelson who was convicted in
I Elliot Fowler, 45, of 1935 W. 2nd I II Ashe testified he held top officein 1946 for the of
A.stln Brown, Charlie M. Brown molesting a white
Street told"police he stopped his 1 I the lakeland Klan.
girl was paroled when he still had
and Frank Hampton, a city po.
Road and ,
car .at Kings Seminary
I I He said he 14 years of his sentence to serve.
liceman. to the
street last Saturday night toI! rose post of
In sentencing Nelson, Judge
The wants end to the
check his tires to see whether or group an exalted cyclops, or chapter head,
i Jones refered to him
as a menace
not he had a flat after running restriction that permits Negroes before lie was expelled about six
to He further
I over some rough places in the to play only on Mondays at the weeks ago by E. L. Edwards of society. expressed
I his hope that the parole board
f road and did not realize he was Brentwood and Fridays at Hyde Atlanta chief of the U.S. Knights
would not throw him back on society
I shot until he started to get backin Park. of Ku Klux Klan with which the
Members attending the Xalkpa Debo :aiars Social and Saving Club meeting last his car.Fowler The commission voted to deny Lakeland group is now affiliated. to ravish again as he did be
June 26 in the home of Mrs. Ka lherine seated fore.
:Thursday. Herring are: photo at right said that when he stop- the petition and at least two
from left are: Miss Hattie Wanton. Miss Elmira Reed Mrs. Grace Whltfield. Mrs. members said would favor Orlandoan Linked
they
ped to examine his tires he heard
Elizabeth Miss Annie Mae Armstead. the order front Ashe said he told
Aluary. Standing in same are the courses to was while at-
what he thought was a backfireof leasing or selling
row same order: Mrs. Jaenelle Rickenbecker Mrs. Willie Mae Smith and Mrs. Josie avoid yielding to desegregation tending a Klan meeting in Or- SUPREME COURT
a car, he thought no more
Moore. lando that Edgar Brooklyn, one
about it but when he started to of the courses. .0
armed Orlando dragline operator,
get back in his car he felt a sting-
---- -- REFUSES STAY
had a hand in the bombing of I
ing sensation in his left thigh and I
PRESIDENT EISENHOWER PLEDGESHE I'DRIVER INJURED I the :Mims home of Harry T. :Moore,
felt wet at the same spot. _
in which the Negro leader and
his
Patrolman Charlie Sea and Lewis -: MAN IS CAUGHT
wife were.killed, Washington-The supreme Court
I I I
C. Williams investigated.
WILL ENFORCE CIVIL RIGHTS WHEN HIS TRUCK Ashe testified that the Lake flatly the refused law passed to order by Federal a stayon

SHOPLIFTING land klavern operated with the

WASHINGTON-President Eisenhower said Wednesday the federal I ROLLS OVER HIM MAN IS WANTEDIN \ United a five-acre Gun tract Club outside Inc., located the city on, Judge schools 1961 school Lemely in Little term.un Rock the segregating until 1960-

government will enforce the law on civil rights issues "as laid down
Benny Carter of 1032 W. Duval as a front. He said one of the The
by the Supreme Court procedures." i supreme Court stated thatit
I FLORIDA ON St., was arrested last Friday and reasons for organizing a gun clubas felt the Eight Circuit Court of
But he sternly emphasized at a I
I and a front was that it
I charged with petty larceny permitted Appeals would review the matterin
also asked him to before
news conference that "the true proclaim A pulpwood truck driver was in- klansmen to
shoplifting at Western Auto Sup- buy guns and am-
ample time for the 1958-1959
public schools text fall: that
cure for our racial d.ffralties; ; lies he will uphold oj-m the Supreme jured last Wednesday when his vehicle ,! MURDER RAP ply Company, 441 W. Adams St. munition in large quantities and School term.

with each citizen in this land. Court's 1954 decision on racial in- went out of control on a slip- police reported.It reduced prices. Judge Lemely suspended further

The President pledged! ;.1i Atty. t.er..1ti041.i: :'* the total resourcesat pery stretch of U.s. Highway 301 was reported that James Ped- Bombing of Church integraton last month at the

Gen. William P. Rogers "will execute his command." near Callakan, plunged down an TALLAHASSEE Preparations rick, a salesman noticed a man Ashe also linked the klan to a Little Rock Central High School
and a woman coming in the store
so far as the Constitution of embankment and rolled over him I for a request to the Stateof I' bombing of a Negro church inI because of the testimony given by
and the woman went to the sales-
I
the School Board at a hearing be-
our land implies: for hIm all the after he was thrown from the cab. New York for extradition of Montgomery, Ala. during a bus
\VO \AN'S: NEPHEW man to engage him in a conversa- fore the District Federal Court,
duties laid upon: hm": in this field. s a man to face charges of killinga boycott by Negroes in an effortto
He said each citizen_ must examine BEATS HUSBANDA Raymond Melton, 33, of Calla- white farmer and his small tion. While the conversation was force integration and to the when it sighted incidents that the
going on, the man picked up a
tension at the school the
himself, "seeing: whether he han received multiple fractures of,daughter at Bonlfay took placeIn (Seizing of Jesse Woods, a young i during
old radio and started out.
4Lye.r- man was hospitacd walking past was interrupting edu-
Is his He taken to Governor Leroy Collins office Negro war veteran, from the year
doing duty as is expectedby .: ast Saturday from & fight the left leg. was The salesman took the radio and l Jail cation.

our basic Constitution and legal i nwhich he was engaged with_ his I I Brewster Hospital where his condition -. last Wednesday. called officer R. C. Patterson at at Wildwood last year by a bandof The.Judge added "from a
William Durden, Collins ad- I men who took him into the prac-
procedures.: And he said it I
wife at 1088 Kings Road. was reported as fair. Adams and Clay Streets. The policeman ( Uca stand point to grant this motion
involves "whether I ministrative assistant said formal woods and whipped him.
Is at
he trying
Willie told he and : chased the suspect into
King police (one'asked by NAACP attorneys -
least to obey law and logic and Trooper R.. S. .Akers Jr., of the extradition papers were being
I
his! Bus Station wbsre He
wife Mrs. Maggie King. got the Trailways said lakewood klansmen had ) and stay the enforcementof
correct procedures rather than his into an argument over the ironing Florida Highway Patrol said the drawn up seeking the. return of he caught the man and arrested been asked to controbute funds jugdement would to a large

own prejudices din tractions." of a shirt by his wife that belonged I accident occurred on Crawford Frank Paterson 27. him. The woman ran west on for. defence of the men arrestedIn extent nullify our order, he also

Eisenhower said he had no. "de- to another man who does not overpass about four miles south of Peterson's return was requestedby Adams Street and escaped police the Montgomery bombing and felt that if he stayed the motion
tailed thinking of a new or revised State Atty. J. Frank Adamsof
llvs at legs Kings R::>:d.D.uinb' I Callahan at 12:45: : p.m. It tied up said.Patrolmen the Wildwood Incident because asked by the NAACP the "situa-
civil
plan" on rights. : the argument King'swife's I traffic several hours. Blountstown. R. E. Patterson andJ. fellow klansmen were involved.Ashe's tion at Centeral High School

He said his White House con- nephew Macon :Sutler who The suspected killer was ar- E. Regan investigated. which we have found to be intol-
i .
According to Akers, Helton'struck rested near SprtagvUle, N. Y., testimony closed out the
ference with four Negro leaders also lives at the same address. erable.. would continue."
went out of control: whenit last Sunday a Florida warrant three-day hearing of the commit-
on
June 23 wu'"conducted in a came in and started a fight with The final decision on the Little
was half-way across the over charging him with the Holmes FAMU COMMENCEMENTSET teeChairman Charley Johns of
,
him because of
friendly basis. Each of the leaders the argument going Rock situation climaxed the last
stnck pass. Rainy weather had made the County killings, June 11. FOR AUGUST 9th Starke said the committee would
he said showed "n vethinking" on. Butler tm In the of important matters on the Supreme -
road surface slippery.The Peterson was ordered ,held In TALLAHASSEE The 1958 pursue its Inquiry into the Klan
and none .of them sug- 'I.head with a brick and cut him on Court's agenda before it
gested anything -extreme." z the finger King said. truck turned to the opposite a Buffalo, N. Y.. jaIl for Florida summer session commencementwill at a later date, probably after goes Into recess.

They bad asked the President to I KIng was taken to Duval Medical side of the road'plunged down the authorities. He had been released be held Saturday afternoon, the September election. F 0 U R

establish a "clear national policy" Center in police car and treated embankment and robed over three' from a Florida road camp the August 9 at 5 o'clock at Florida I members of the committee are REGISTER NOW

against racial fly** *"**1"-. They, I by De Harris. times Akers eald. d.Jv before the murders. A&M University. Involved In ,the campaign. SO YOU CAN VOTE




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THE FLORIDA STAR "Politics: AsUsual"By ;

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(Reprinted from last weeks issue) -
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MAIN OFFICE & PLANT: i

MM Moncrief Road ............... EL 4-6782 EL 4. 783 August 9 the last day for registering to become
Downtown Branch Office: 42$ Broad Street-Phone EL 4-377S w qualified to vote seems like a long way off. Actually,

however, it leaves us just 29 days in which to get oW'
'Mailing Address: names on the books. :
P. O. Box 661 Jacksonville 1. Florida
This is a verjf important election year

a fcrtc; O. Slmpwn ....... ,......... .........<......... 0". Editor: because some very' important offices 'will be
C. Parham Johnson ,............. .. ....0.. ....Ncua Staff :,i.." ':' 2i voted on and if:we as Negroes hope to

AJtamae Rlchardaon .......................Circulation Dept. :\1 have a voice in our government we !must

1 f ._''Ii become qualified voters. 1 i 1'
Member of Associated Negro Press '
Our VOICE is our VOTE.
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SUBSCRIPTION RATES rr .t.1\--- The only way we can'hope to secure any
j One Tear. $&0u; Half Year $3.00: Three Months, $1.80 y" ; v" t.i .. adv cement ''IS -by being able to elect city

Mailed. To ,You..A.n1Where'lD; The United States. Yo -t"- and.countylofficials.who; will give fair'equal:
ftnterription Payable In Advance. Send iftiecks or Money Orders To: r f' .: 1 "t and J nb'ied cohsidepatiori to lOur needs and

fLORIDA STAB-P. O. BOX JACKSONVILLE 1, FLORIDAFQRiTTHE .'. It _A rights as citizens. And by the same token, +

K K{ ',.'. \ _' we must possess enough voting strength to
1 ) be able to defeat those office holders who

of 1' : ;'r.JO Simpson made us many promises but failed to keep

: ; (COUNTRYffiTS BOY Jt;' \ them after they got into office And we must also ben

ri \,.' a position to defeat those politicians who have shown

HAVE THE )to 4b .....:.!}r1 themselves to be antiNegro.At .
MENACE fIti. ...<' $o.l
Yta./ ** ... .. J "" "\ .,; '" .r"n". the moment we have a little over 21,000 registered
) ,... .: 1-J :.J'iiif. Negro voters after losing about 4,000 when the registrationbooks

What has happened to recent fred up estigations 1111. 1"4"* 'I if! -. i were purged. A total of 21,000 Negro voters is justa

f.tpe bombings in*,thip a city? Mon to be one v 1pr1)I drop in the bucket when we consider' that these are
*
i .s suP.. ,._ 1 .. .. tt .. :&
.. t...o most ; ?werfu. 1; actors. ul 'da liven andre .tfE; I 1 f 1 ... ,. J nearly 100,000 Negroes in Duval County.Let .
'
......-. of us set our goal to get 40,000 registered Negro
'.,Ja re,,indeed ogh to raise the ,eyebrowsf .L:1-: : I
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,i f, .any, ,; modem' :J' /!'would. j Ibe ubountr... hunter";; .'. J.1. ,_ )\ ..... oJ -" ) ,1 ,J t u. voters. Let each of us appoint himself and herself a committee -

James David Lilly from the "Tar Heel" state of Only;Civil Rights At Home, Can Make Our World Leadership Possible of one to help the Negro Registration' Drive. Let

North Carolina, quite some time ago, was given a th rl -day each of us who is registered see to it that we get one

sentence for the possession of dynamite. Before convictionhe person who isn't registered to put his name on the books.I .

was identified tfjr a member of the Jacksonville Police am using this means to make a special appeal to

Department affectionately as "just a country boy". It wouldbe -- Your citizens,' clubs, fraternities and organizations to join in

quite a relief to all concerned if the following three Weekly this effort to increase our voting strength so that we can I

questions were answered publicly: secure our rights through voting.A .
Horoscope GuideWHICH special appeal is also made to the ministers of this
1)) Who the i oss'essor
was > of the dynamite?
and
city county to urge their membership to become

2)) What laws are there for individuals \ caught with ARE YOUR LUCKY DAYS FOR "registered voters" since good citizenship is a Christian

dynamite in their possession? BUSINESS LOVE TRAVEL responsibility. '

3)) Just what is a "country boy"? The following is a list of the offices which will be
By PABLO, The ASTROLOGER _
for election in the
Some time open coming primaries:
called
ago a meeting was by Mayor H. I

Burns to be attended here in Jacksonville, with the intent
, Commissioner Florida Inland
in mind to corrall forces in the south against bombingsof Aries-Born March 21 through LEO-Born July 23 through Au- Saggitarius Born Nov. 23 thru Navigation District.

Negro Schools and Jewish Synagogues. Fifty-five thou- 19-Outside of some fussing and!gust 23-Routine, the common- Dec. 21-The month starts out on Representative in Congress (Second Congressional District

sand seven hundred dollars was raised for reward money.It occasional slip-ups, the long holiday -< place and the present state of affairs a happy enough note with the long: )

is very interesting to notice the personnel of the group weekend should be a joy as in your immediate environ- holiday week end offering splen- Justice of the Supreme Court-State of Florida (Group

called. Some had reputations that were not exactly fla well as an unforgettable experi-1 ment may'act as powerful spurs to did occasions to meet your friends One)

ence. Listen to,the inner Voice that find some other source of inspira- and to do something you may have
voured liberal. News Week, April 7. 1958, revealed how Justice of the Supreme Court-State of Florida (Group
urges you to put an end to doubts i tion. There is a possibility that you been planning to do for a long
Mayor Ben West of Nashville, Tenn: inflicted political furyon Two)
and other limiting factors in your have reached the end of a chapterand time. Let good judgment prevail
one Henry Jones a Nashville Negro who had befriendedhim life and to bring out the finer and feel that you must do some- when you are driving and handling Justice of the Supreme Court-State of Florida (Group
and helped elect him. "Bull" Connor Police Commis- Three)
more mature qualities that are thing startling before you embarkon firecrackers or other dangerous -
sioner of Birmingham, Alabama, famous for leading the
your birthright as well as the re- a new one ((5th). The yearn- articles and make certain that Circuit Judges Fourth Judicial Circuit (Group One).
Southern Reactionaries in their famous walkout at the
sult of purposeful living (5th). ings of your heart and the avidityof youngsters under your charge do
national democratic convention of 1948, and much, more Circuit Judges Fourth Judicial Circuit (Group Two).
Gambles are dangerous then, whe-. your mind could combine to get likewise. The wisdom and knowl-
famous for his staunch anti-Negro stand in the city of Circuit Judges Fourth Judicial Circuit (Group Three).
ther they are linked to your emo- you to take up a new love, way of edge gained through experience
Birmingham where a certain is for
justice
prepared, Negroes tional interests, friendships or fi- life or avocation, even if thismeans should prevail in place of emotional Circuit: Judges Fourth Judicial Circuit (Group Four).
in" "large packages".
economy, nances. engaging in faraway travels and or wishful thinking which can
Circuit Judges Fourth Judicial Circuit (Group Five).
Perhaps these men know their way around well enoughto 116881286168.Taurus occupations ((6th). only result in financial or romantic -

actually come up with the names of some other dignified 270116813273. : setbacks. Circuit Judge Duval County Circuit.

persons in equally high positions that can put a -Born April 20th thru., 3-40-55-38-53-343. Railroad and Public Utilities Commissioner (Group One)

finger on the real brain, and leave the "country boys" May 29th-This is a good period !.I Virgo-Born August 24 through
to eliminate false friends, wishful I Railroad & Public Utilities Commissioner (Group Two)
alone whose paws have been burned long enough. September 23-Don't spoil an oth- Capricorn-Born Dec. 22 thru
ideas and unnecessary expenditures -j. State Senator ((18th District).
Senatorial
erwise happy July 4th week end Jan. 19th-Look into your busi-
that do not contribute any-I
thing worthwhile to your life and I i by allowing a misunderstanding to ness, economic, tax and property Member State House of Representatives (Group One).

happiness. While you are enjoying j arise between you and your chosen affairs right at the start of the
UNLIKE PILATE THEY DON'TEVEN 1 .
Member State House of Representatives (Group Two)
the long holiday week end (4th) companion ((5th). The 6th is the month to make sure you are not

you can give these matters seri day when you find a solid basis exposed to unexpected and costly Member State House of Representatives (Group Three).
ous consideration and arrive at a
WASH THEIR HANDS very favorable conclusion which I for matters related' to romance, developments concerning them. In- Member Board of County Commissioners (District One).
child should not be allowed -
guidance family securityand surance policies
will help to free you of worries Member Board of County Commissioners (District Two).
and self-imposed limitations (5th). economic progress. The 9th to lapse and creditors should ,

"ECCE HOMO" (behold the man). Take the necessarY action on the is the day when mistakes in this be satisfied when they have pressing Member Board of County Commissioners (District Four)

6th when you have a splendid connection are more apt to be claims. Misunderstandings j
Board of Public Instruction
Member County (Disi. Two)
Pilate, the Roman official who uttered those immortal chance to obtain your ultimate
made with a rather powerful impact -, could occur on the 5'th. but they
words on the day Jesus Christ was sentenced to the Cross, purpose. I Member County Board of Public Instruction (Disi. Four)
980447842984. on funds and joint assets. can be swept away by the 6th if I
washed his hands of the matter then and there. He tried
676446843613. you agree to make the necessary Judge Juvenile Court.
desperately to save Jesus Christ from being crucified but
in yielding to the screaming mob. he ordered he Saviourto Gemini-Born May 21 thru June concessions to those who share Judge Small Claims Court.
21-Outside of a seasonal letdowndue Libra Born September 24th your fortunes.
death and the release of an evil doer, Barabas. He to the weather or fatigue you through October 23-The holiday 890778975879. Member County Civil Service Board (District One).

however, publicly washed his hands of the matter while should find this quarter fairly sat-
stretch may come just in time to Member County Civil Service Board (District Three).
Jesus isfactory, particularly around the
calling a just man.
provide some welcome relief from NAquariu Born Jan. 20 thru
4th. Both a thrill and an annoy- : Member County Civil Service Board (District Five). '
Pilate blame he but human
not to
was really was only ,
be im-
ance may make the 5th paradoxical domestic and workaday chores Feb. 18-You may quite 1

and was only as weak as so many that went before him, so don't lose your sense of humor -I that.tend to pall this time of the pressed by the friends who are full Each of the above listed offices is vital to our existence.Th .
and so, so many that have followed after. The identical no matter what happens.I and to to extreme -
year. Avoid getting into a situation of life reay go any men or women who are elected to fill those posts are
tools that were at his disposal then, are in the hands of: Property and cash should be protested
that cost this them of a
is likely to you mon- when assures the people who will be in a position to deny us of any
the men of governmen today; and what do you think is particularly if you are in ey or leave possessions exposed to good time. Although :you may be
public places late on this The number of our rights, or on the other hand, see to it that
being said? You guessed it: "Crucify Them!" and withoutso day. loss or damage on the 5th. The sorely tempted to follow in their
6th brings you a lift through the we are accorded those privileges due to us as American
6th is by far the best day to talk footsteps there are indicationsthat
I'll hand
much as a "Thank you, wash my if you please"Just visit of someone you esteem or a
over serious issues with people your rbusiness, vocation or citizens.
as fire was then used as a means of usefulness or decision that will banish certain should .
close by as well as with associatesand limited physical endurance
destruction, and atomic energy now is, so stands the law doubts about your plans. to find a basis of agreement be given the first consideration(5th The by-word from here on in is:

today; a solid rock upon which an oppressed people may 760335831763..( satisfactory to all concerned. ( ). The Influence of your part- ..

lean, or a rolling menacing bolder bent on destruction. 56884987257. ner or spouse should be acceptedas '40.000 NEGRO VOTERS".. .
Cancer Born June 22 of in step
through the means keeping
Today, in the midst of all the scurrying of the little.
July 22-It looks as it the sane -Scorpio-Born October 24 thru with your own particular needs.
rats to their various 'stop-gap' holes, stands the 1954 safe and quiet 4th of July Is the Nov., 22-This is a good period to 5-30-22-28-21-632. I

Supreme Court 'decisions to end school segregation. No kind of week end prescribed for educate your mind to the financialand -

matter what moves, countermoves, stratigies. or mob intimidation you by the stars. It is especially security aspects of your ev- Pisces-Born Feb. 19 thru Mar
may take place, there it stands; each state can important, to be moderate and to istence with a view of obtaining 20-As long as you are not diverted t

pass eleventy "humteen" laws trying to counter it, they'll avoid creating problems by re- greater future profit thereby. A from your legitimate off!-
only be finding themselves in a self made maze which fraining from getting into crowds rather trying mistake'on your cial business or professional ac- )

quite assuredly will bring them right back to wkere we arguments or confusing situationson part could speed you along the tivities by the lure of some treach-
all. originally started from: "So God created man in his the 5th. Just stay close to path of greater emotional restrain erous ideas or persons you shouldbe
home and pass the time with your and the wiser management of in a good position to count up
own image" (no black, white, red er yellow;; just man)
Gen. 1:27. 'favorite hobbies or companions money 5th. The 6th-7th offer excellent your gains at the close of this pe-

As the aged and their second childhood is, so skip then. Extra funds should be addedto openings for those who are riod..Unwise displays of your opu- 1 1l

these dear outdated sons of the'Body sod around the not too your precious assets and not capable of working hard and en- lence or rash revelations of financial -

pleasant price the Negro has to pay for their constant defiance frittered away on impulse (9th). thusiastically at jobs that pay wen and trade secrets could act
This is just as likely to apply to or offer and to that attracts the unscrupulous -
ways means buy or as honey
of the law of the land, but.0. as stood Christianitythe
life or business partner as it does sell, goods and services to peoplein to your chagrin and disadvantage -
( dear sons profess to have) in the "days of Pilate .
to yourself if become too gullible -
your community
you
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I LOVELY JUNE BRIDES : ". ." .1.& =- GARDEN' ,CIRCLE HAS ANNUAL PARTY_ I IE




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The past month of June lived true to form M-.,'the month of

marriage" engagements, and the time for ,vacations, and the be-

Pk4 ginning of summer parties. _
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Several of our lovely ladles were married in*impressive cere-
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monies during the past month. .
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Ruth Celestine Davis was married to John W. Lewis at Bethel

Baptist Institutional Church on June 14th. The bride wore an j

exquisite gown,, of chantilly lace and nylon tule, poised over silk

b < taffeta with a decolletage re-embroidered with seed pearls. The

fitted bodice gave way to a full skirt which featured the back

teirs of lace and nylon and net forming the long bridal train;

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Of special interest to Jacksonville Society was the marriage

cermony uniting Miss Katherin Beatrice :McKinney and Norman J.

S Johnson, performed Sunday evening, June 15, at 6 o'clock, in the

home of the bride's mother, :Mrs. James I. :McKinney,. 1135 West
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Tenth Street.
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? which was followed by a quiet reception for members of the I*

I family. I|

A ,. Mrs Johnson is the daughter of Mrs. James I. McKinney and
,.j .. ._._ .. I the late i
"; Rev. James I. McKinney. She attended Spelman; and West :r

Virginia State Colleges, receiving her degree from the latter. Mr. j i
DAVIS-LEWIS WEDDING-Vows were exchangedin II
Johnson is salesman for a local mattress and carpet company.A .
a beautiful ceremony at the Bethel Baptist institutional .
a s a a ;
Church here recently. The bride is the former '"
Ruth Clestine Davis, a 'teacher in the locU l school surprise came to many Jaxsons when Mr Leon E.. Gonzales
announced the engagement of his daughter Voncell, Ito Irvin C. w'e
system. The groom is John W. Lewis cf the city and is
presently attending Florida A&M Urivsrsity. Watson of Brooklyn, New York. Miss! Gonzales' now-' a model In

New York, visited our city a few weeks ago for a. short.;time.:
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The month'of June ended last Sunday with two beautiful and rf. .

ceremonious weddings. Howard Marshall and Johnaltft Brown were
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married at Mt. Ararat. The bride wore a nylon lace dress with $ .. .

I tiers of lace and tulle, and in equal setting Rose Barnes and Don -. .

Barrow exchanged vows at Day Spring Church The"* ride wore a L' $

: lace dress with tight fitting 'sleeves and a soft scooped neckline.

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Y Mr. and Mrs. Leroy Baker were honored at a party. given ( .

them on their 25th wedding anniversary last Sunday. The surprise [ "

t. party was given the couple by their children. f.i# ... ".
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hors d'oeuvres and a beautifully decorated cake. The affair was r.. > Y i e
attended by F H. Lawson, Mr. and Mrs. J. W. Baker Mr. and f. .':

Mrs. Edwin Lawson, James F. Baker, and Margaret Baker f> '< .

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The meeting of the Socialettes Charity-Social Club was held .. .
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last Friday night at the home of Sirs. Donald Daniels. The club
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completed plan for a chicken dinner sale to be held July 11 from s' .i "1: < kiwY

,.t' 8 pm to midnight at 1538 West 26th Street. The group has also t ; .
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: ., ,, '" planned prizes for the winners of the card games that will .be 'l .
< played during the evening .. ..
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a a a a r The Azalea Garden Circle held it's annual garden party on Tuesday. June 17. on
r 4 the beautiful lawn of it's president. Mrs. L. Gilbert.In .

.': n-'u 1 .. Among our teaching set we find Mrs. Mildred Hampton, Mrs. top photo, the officers of the Club are shown viewing the festivities. They are,
'. '. Irma Villarin, and Mrs. Norma R. Solomon attending classes in New I from left to right: Mrs. Lottie Gilbert president; Mrs. A. L. Garvin, secretary: Mrs.

,, ., /i I 1L .' ": :1 York to acquire their masters degree. Also spending their summer Marie W. Argrett. chairman Horticulture: Mrs. Lillian McMillan, treasurer and Mrs.
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.; : vacation in the same respect are Mrs. Jessie Boddie and Mrs. Addie Raspberry, chaplain.All .
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i''i' '> .. .... :.>.,..-: : 'jk Evelyn Wells who are attending FAMU and Mrs. Virginia. Long other members of the circle who aided in bringing about the success of the

: .l :: \' ," I who is attending University of Pennsylvania on scholarship for her party are shown in the middle photo; they are from left to right: Mrs. Margaret Hall;
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PhD. Mrs. Dena Abraham. Mrs. Rosa Lee ton, Mrs. Janie Wimberly, Mrs. Alma Mor

RECENTLY UNITED In photo at left are Mr. / ris. Mrs. Bessie Allen Mrs. Viola Larry Mrs. Frances Middlebrook Mrs. Sally Harris
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and Mrs. Howard Marshall who were united in an impressive a r ... and Mrs. Annette Geradeau.

ceremony Sunday. June 29 at Mt. Ararat BapJjst % Among the visitors are Mrs. Rosmond Lawson who: is Usiting Games, a pleasant repast and cordiality were enjoyed by all who attended this
Church are shown cutting their beauifully decorated galla affair, as is shown in the bottom photo.
with the Chester
Satterwhites. Mr. Lawson i<* on the law school
cake at the reception held for them at the YWCA. In
staff at Southern in Baton
University, Rouge La. where the couple
photo at right are Mr. and Mrs. Don Barrow. also lives. ANNIVERSARY TEA I WEST JACKSONVILLE Lorraine Rudd, Mrs. Flossie Jones.

cutting their cake at their reception held at 1368 Lee Mrs. Goldie Crerry, Mrs. Mamie I
Captain and Mrs. E\ont Bo\ven and their family are visiting; SPONSORED. BY CLUBThe I
CIRCLE HOLDS MEETMrs.
Street following their marriage a Day Spring Baptist Campbell.
their family and friends. The Bowens have just! returned from a

Church Sunday evening. stay in;; Japan. Mrs. Bowens is the former Lois Walden. .. .. .
Bel Air Social Saving Club REGISTER NOW
I Christine Brown was the
I a a a a sponsored its annual anniversarytea SO YOU CAN VOTE
hostess to the final meeting of the
recently in the home of Mrs. I -- .
You Don't Have to Go to Town to Get Among the parties planned for the holiday weekend is the I Rosa. Chester. West Jacksonville Garden Club recently ,
RING
A. J. Brooks and Jarfces WORM.DANDpSUFFERERS"
one given by "Chunky" Topsy Joyner
Some of the participants were: at the Ribault Supper Club I
to entertain friends at the American Beach on Saturday afternoon.
Mrs. Mary Lee Wise Miss S. Mrs. J. W. Bolden vice president,

LOW PRICES Swam, :Mrs. Lauru Seabrook, Mrs.L. IF TOW .
t t a a presided over the business session HAVE MT UTTLC:MM OANlarr
White, Mrs. Nettie B. King, I oa TKTTtm.run ECZEMA.OUUTATJ3M.UNGVOKM.OK OTtt_
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of the w.aa.r.
We regret to hear that Mrs. J. D. Brooks is ill in Savannah Mrs. Eleanor Jackson. Miss Ger- meeting. roa TiAMrroftT ixucr or TICK """i-i

DRUG STORE HEEDS Ga We wish her a speedy recovery. aldine Swan, :Mrs. Juanita Wyatt Members present at the meetingwere i ANa EAUTIQAJi ITCHING.OR ASK RAUOt Toot AWXTT DOCTOR.rttrvwL OKOOOVT._

and Mrs. Letha Bivins.AVONETTES : Mrs. Deborah Harris Mrs. I uKw

On Your S a t a J.V.. Bolden. Mrs. Cleo Boston : :"

Trade With Your Mrs Marie McClain of 1236 Steele Court left the city Saturdayfor Mrs. Lottie M. Jones Mrs. Cora I .. ..'. a.a
Neighborhood Drug Store ........ .
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two weeks as the guest of her sister, Miss Lillian Barton.
INSTALL OFFICERS
YOUR LOCAL PAPERS She was accompanied by her mother, lBarton, sad her I .

four chllden, Barbara Jean, Marilyn; Terrance and Almaria, who ,
will remain in Philadelphia for the duration of the summer. The Avonettes Club was organized

.recently in the home of Mrs.
Dixie Pharmacy t t s Emmo Watkins, 1362 W. 25th St.

The following officers were elected -
The Lincoln Golf and Country Club was the setting for a meeting -
ISO KINGS ROAD at MYRTLE AVENUE : Mrs. Emma Watkins, pres-
of The Cosamis, held recently with Mrs. Eddie Mae Johnson as
PHONES EL 3-5597-98 ident; Mrs. Inez Bailey, vice pres-
We Deliver We Also Fill AU Doctors' Prescriptions hostess ident; Mrs. Alberta Jackson recording -
Prizes were won by Mrs. Elizabeth Simmons Mrs. Juanita
PAY YOUR LIGHT, WATER AND TELEPHONE Randolph and :Mrs.*Bernice Henderson.A I secretary; Mrs. Martha
Anderson financial secretary and
BILLS AT OUR STORE party has been planned for July 8, when members of the ; Mrs. Ethel Lee Brewton business
club will entertain their husbands at American Beach. (I
II j I Is manager.

YOU'LL ENJOY EATING AT DIXIE'S s s a I I

The Azalae Garden Circle held its annual party recently on I LES CAMELLIAS
LUNCH COUNTER
the lawn of Mrs. Lottie B. Gilbert, 1307 West Eighth Street.

AND The club had numerous guests whom they entertains with J HOLDS MEETING

HOME MADE DO-NUT STAND rounds of bridge and whist awarding prizes for top scores. Mrs. ,

Made Katherine Burns and :Ms. Gussie Cunningham qualified for the j Mrs. Virginia Freeman was hosI a lighter lovelier you I
Fresh
Every Hour And "A Treat That Youll RePeat"DINNERS ,
bridge prize, and' Mrs. Clarice Streets was one of the whist win. I tess to the Les Camellias recently

LUNCHES SANDWICHES ners. \ I at her home. Plans for a hay- Long for skin that's soft, bright, radiantly lovely? Try

Azalae officers include Mrs Lottie B. Gilbert, president; Mrs. ride to New Berlin were enacted. ARTRA SKIN TONE CREAM with Hydroquinone! .r

SPECIAL SUNDAYROTISSERIE Lee Garvin. secretary; Sirs. Lillian McJIillan; 'teasurer; and, Sirs. The trip will be July 18. New ARTRA bleaches gently, effectively. But so safely!

,CHICKEN Marie Argrett, chairman of horticulture. The club worshiped in the it can be used daily on normal skin. And ARTRA van-

Sweetfield Baptist Church recently. ishes! Just smooth it on-then ,olla get that lighter,
r a a a
$1.29 lovelier ARTRA look! In the blue and black package

2 Ibo. Broiled Or Bar-B-Q The new members are: Mrs. at drug and cosmetic counters. Big :2 oz. tube 98/
The West Seventeenth Street home of },Irs. Willie Di. Richardson I
Mattie Pearl Hardins Mrs. Elizabeth plus tax. -
provided the lovely setting for a meeting of The Modemettes, held i .
I Ward, Mrs. Queen Haines.
last Saturday evening. t I O-/?T/-/J '
'Mrs. Christine Perry Gilbert .and
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Looking very casual in shorts and sports attire were Sirs. f
Dixie Pharmacy Mrs. Bertha Armstrong.The I
Mildred Kennedy White, Sirs. Jeanette Scott Sirs. Grace Ylnson j'' ... ;, SKIN TONE
next meeting will be held in
Mrs Gloria Kennedy Parsons Sirs. Lenora James, Sirs. Minnie Kldd, CREAM
the home of Miss Carolyn Gamble
Klngi Road and Myrili Sirs. Slyrtice King, Mrs Mildred Hampton, Mrs Eleanor Davis 1354 Steele St., and Club flowers Crwrdie DMdap,
I D.tot
Joss Waltee SIcRae and Mrs Clara Durham. lharmac.idkd Laa.rrti,N"1rra + I
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THE FLORIDA STAR Week Ending Saturday. July 5.: 195I
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WOMEN COMPLETE PLANS COMMUNION TO BE HELD SUNDAY SERVICE, 1 f. I > fP .1s

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FOR! ANNUAL OBSERVANCE Holy Communion service will .

be. administered July 6, at. 11 +: *

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WOMEN OOMPLETE PLANS STREAMER STORY C. ':. .. .. with the Rev. R. C. Jackson incharge t H tSS ."

The annual observance of Women's Day will be held.at the. Mt. and Choir No. 1 and Ushet .

Tabor Baptist Church, July 27, 1953. Board Xo. 1 will serve.
Mrs. Eliza R. Perry will be the speaker forthemorningworship The services will begin with 4s tl> .

and Mrs. Laura M.Jackson. will be the speaker for the evening service the Sunday School at 9:45: a.m.. S '

with Mrs. Carrie Bell Fiields tin charge. with A. Nelson, superintendent:

J'. :: norme Benton is chair- in charge. : Wj'cuc
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TRAINING MEET ', .
ma and Mrs. Emma Jean Choir No. 3 will sponsor a trip .. ,
ELATED: AT EWCTh Lo: Little Talbot Island, July 13. ? ;
I In .it, co-c;-.airman for the ac- I .
The bus Will leave the church :
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t Leadership Training InsM- it 10:20.a-m.: The Sunday School ,
T observace coif begin with t tM ,. .. .'
Fto will be held jointly with the an 1 District Convention will con- I IJ

Sunday School at .9130 a. m. The I North Jacksonville District Convention ircne in Gainesville, July 1618.

Dev. H. T. Overstreet will render at Edward Waters Col- ------

serviices at the Ministers and I I pge. July 16 through 18. EBENEZER CHURCH tz I A tip these of the'outstanding Pepsi Cupto

Deacons Union meeting at the J The sessions will begin at 10 SLATES MEN'S DAY young: Americans, who
a.m. and 3 p.m. and will have: n1.I.our ....lIlth} and
St. Thomas Church. The choirs j I for the major purpose, the per- :.,.: < .... I our community better
and .000,regatio:1 will accompany J The Methodist: .Men of Ebenezei I pUtf; in which tu in*.
!! fecting of a functional programof *
the pastor. religious education for the con- Iethodist Church will conduct .< J
.BYPU will begin at 5:30 p.m.., ference. their annual Men's Day service, r ') 4f *

followed by evening worship at The consultants are: Mrs. J. B.Epperson August 31, beginning with Sur- r' n.NNPA'S K!;:= !o. V' '
7:00 m. cay' School at 9:30: a.m. and continuing t i *
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Rev. Walter :
School of-the throughout the day.:
The Sunday
Mrs L. G. Genwright,\Vha"1 INTERNATIONAL DINNER GUESTS .
church wll sponsor itis annual Cowart, W. D. Sweet Dr. Sidney M. Lefkowitz, rabbi His Excellency Daniel A. Chapman:::: & i.;:;,.i _-r from Ghana to the United
Island,
to Little Talbot it the Jewish Temple will be the
outing <:. B. Gardner. service Slates, second from left stands in receiving line immediately before the National
for the
speaker morning
JUly' 14. f I II The constituents will be tire it 11 a.m.Other i Newspaper Publishers Association's international dinner held at the Benjamin I

Rev. B. Williams, \V. F. Foster'James participants will | Franklin Hotel. Philadelphia. last week In conjunction with the newspaper group's20th
appear
I. King, Mrs. Estelle Jones, annual convention. Seen with Ambassador Chapman, left to right are Philadelphia
REGISTER NOW Mrs. W. E. A. Harris: Mrs. Doro- luring the day's program accord- j Municipal' Court Judge Theodore Spaulding alternate United States delegate to
SET AT !rjr to Dr. Bufcrd W. Kidd, presi-i
TIlE GOAL'S Woods Mrs. Aibah She thy lent of the Methodist Men and the UN; E. Washington
40,000 NEGRO VOTERS I Mrs. Isabelle Dayley, A. W. Cottrell tie Rev. J. B. Willams, paster j chairman; Robert O. Mensah, press attache.Embassy of Ghana, and Moss H. Kendrix.

EV N. Reed, Sr., Mrs. Wit Others assisting with the program The Moss H. Kandrix Organization, Washington, D. C. Ambassador Chapman was r:
Dennis Stcvvit international banquet which had representation in
helmenia Rutledge are Abner Stripling, Jr.. the principal speaker at the r-
DO YOU KNOW? the Rev. A. P. Postelte and treasurer, Clyde Wesley? secre-I person or by greetings from 50 United Nations' countries. FLORENCE E. GRIFFIN 4c
Miss Polly Brocks. .L ... 1_ --- MatthewV.. Gilbert School tc
rary, James Aiiora, vice president
You Can Now Buy Rodell F. Roberts, public-I JUNIOR SOCIETYTO TJrae is pail to Fu-once of -tc
lir.5 I2i1 7-aJ" rj-1''i Se i l.. anasaVr
FOR YOURDRIVER'S relations committee chairman. CELEBRATE tc
Most Anything You I ,>f :!-- Y i jig; Women's

LICENSESOr ANNIVERSARYThe Coj..c I 1. IT.'j _:. of _ie Eu.ge .

Want At 'VholesalePrices Learning To Drive FELLOWSHIP CHURCH i :p .T B-J.'r II n' S-t-.! ty, 4 C

PLANS OBSERVANCE Junior Women's Mission Associate Editor of the Schoolrtvv.'s L.

At AJAX DRIVING SCHOOL CHURCH NEWS ary Society: of the Second Baptist ;:_iprs, and President l of f(

1154 West 5th Street The annual 'observance of! Church will observe its 12t.i: anniversary the ("h.-- '. I. 4 i. 7.,tr -;sal- <<:

UNCLE JIM'SSHOPPING Elgin 4-0639 Women's Day will be observedin July 14. ism Club. #J C,5r

SERVICE DIr. the Fellowship Baptist Church, A p:')''am will be presented '1- -+ + 4. 4.. ..
GEORGE L. PERPENA, ....
539 W. Beaver Street July 13 throughout the day. under tii3 Jsodarship of Mrs. ,
Miss Anna L. Cummings is the BETHLEHEM BAPTIST Branch Missonary Society of the Ltic'l'"' "VVt, f-2'n1'ig arliits: o"

chairman of the day's activities, SLATES COMMUNION AMK Church postponed its meeting the c:tj'.

with Mrs. Doris Davis serving as Communion services will be which was scheduled to beheld Th.cr're s a"e: Mm. Albirta

AN UNFORGETTABLE VACATION! 1 co. hairman. held, July 6 in the Bethlehem earlier tintil September 29 J. Wiilams l president; Mrs. Roberta -

FOR Sunday School will begin at Baptist Church at 7 p.m., with ir the St. Stephen AME Church. A. Hall, vice president;

tour exoticKingston 9:30 a.m. with Mrs. Teresa Wilson the Rev. T. E. Nelson in chargecf Mrs. Flora M. Burns, recordingS I
superintendent in charge.; the service. He will deliver DI;LINERS CLUB HELD "'a -' !.I.s. Maggie S'o-tn! I

JamaicaBritish Morning worship will begin at the sermon. ITS MEETING RECENTLYThe assistant: ; 5:s. Cola McCoy, tre'- : wry
Deleners Club met recentlyin
11 ajn. and' Mrs. Eliza Rich Choir No. 1 and Usher Board surei.HI .
the club room. This was the
West Indies Perry will be the speaker.The ,No. 1 will serve throughout the r vvit. assistant r-
last meeting before the club begins -

AUGUST 10TH TO 14TH j I'' youth program BTU will.will bepresnted I diy. its annual vacation which nan'4.. .. *-i-v-. Mrs MinnieWe ; ., 1'' .= ""___ '
at 3 and ,
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II 30. ,
will terminate, July ,
FOUR BIG DAYS! begin at 6 p.m. with Mrs. Patsy I S1L\\V :\IF.'IOCIALl"TIST ; Mrs. Ada Reeves i. fUwr.cal XIu ; --
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exotic tropical island Davis in charge. I CHURCH TO SPONSOR TRIP secretary. N," Stanton Senior High
amidst I
Four wonderful days II GLADIOLA LADIES CLUB
settings in the heart of the Carribean Sea ,. Mrs. Bertha Hayes will be the The Shaw Memorial Baptist TO SPONSOR OUTINGThe The chairmen n.rers.. Taskei ff AudreyIs a member of the t

at the unbelieveable price of only $183.00 (Time speaker for the evening worship: Church will spon.soan outingto Gladiola Ladies Club will Jenkins! social committee; Mrs. 1t 12th grad.da.,.,. Treasurer of
Meals. Hotel reservations .1 I at 7 o'clock. the American Beach, July 21. Flanders decoration and .
if desired). Parkin Mary
payments sponsor an outing to Seldon the Jaaior Seinln'>Ie Culture
all included The bus will leave the church, Ruth Bryant
transportation sightseeing. etc.. I 20. art committee; Mrs.
Brunswick Ga., July
tours fr
the Marching
nuhIl'mht'r: of
information phone t. s t a t Duval and Jefferson Streets at ; Mrs. Annie L. Huff
For further missionary;
in package tour. I III Invitations have been extendedto
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ELgin 3-5376 after 5:30 PM II! REGISTER NOW ,p-30 a.m. the public.EMANUEL. finance; Mrs. Mable Young, bene- n'l'I.iit.; I"ml'I.E. 'hurch

II I. SO YOU CAN VOTE volent; Mrs. Fannie Williams, T* :H-d an honor station

THE GOAL'S SET AT EAST FLORIDA CONFERENCE plant and Mrs. Gladys Benjamin *

---- -- 40,000 NEGRO VOTERS SLATED FOR SEPTEMBER 29 distress. I K X RL$ *****Z(
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I S t. t i t s The East Florida Conference DISTRICTSTO Mrs. Vera Reid, birthday: Mrs '
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I D OPENING! flolzendorf assistant; Miss Esther +
\ Like to Be No. 4 of Emanuel Bap- \
You
Would Announcing the grand opening of tho Powder Box tist Churchill meet in the'I&jnes, music; and Mrs. Margaret 1 F *

0 II Beauty Shop New Location 1200 Davis St.. corner of home of Mr. and Mrs. W. Fulton ]Dennis, phone secretary. b IIF

Second St. Specializing in Croquinol Ware Set. Hair July 6 at 3 p.m. fin miBAPTISMAL +

An'Executive Coloring Scalp Treatment. Shampoo Marcell Wave. District No.6 and 16 will spon- +
Finger aving. Facials and all types of Beauty work. the American SERVICETO '.If-
sor an outing to
? Experienced operators to serve you no wailing no ap- Beach, July 5. The buses will BE HELD SUNDAY WLi. .: ,..
Secretary Phone EL 69897. 50c deductionon
pointment necessary. leave the church at 9:30 ajn. ---- ..
all hair styles. New location larger and,cooler. District No. 9 will meet at Baptismal service will be conducted *-
PATRICIA ANN SMALL
OPERATORS ARE 3 p.m. in the home of Mrs. Tes- jfPepsi -
New Stanton Senior High
Mrs Edna Sillier, Prop,, Mrs. Senella Frances Sanders sic L.cas, 114 Oak Street. District Baptist Church by the Rev. W.
Cola Dealers and Pepsi*
ATTEND EVENING CLASSES Mrs. Albertha Gray Mrs. Ruth McKlnney Jackson, and Mrs No. 11 will meet at 3 pjn. in the M. Smith, July 6 at the 11 ajn.services. .
Cola Bottling Company are .
M. Griffin, 241 .
Alene Baker home of Johnnie .
proud to salute Patricia Ann
-AND- E. Lincoln Court. District No. 7 will meet in the tTT
Small of the 12th grade class.
"CONTINUE YOUR REGULAR DAY JOB" District No. 12 will meet Sunday home of Mr. and Mrs. Jim Brown ..
She is a member of the Na."f"
at 3 p.m. in the home of Mr. 1157 W. Third Street. July 6. *
\ and Mrs. James Montgomery,, District No. 8 will hold its tional Honor Society, Secretary
Months Required The SEAFOOD CenterCORNER of the Future Business Leaders*
Few
Only A 12SO West 9th Street. meeting in the home of the Rev.
of America and Central Bap-*
District No. 15 will sponsoran and Mrs. T. Taylor, 1995 W. 25th
Tuition Payments
Small Monthly List Church. *
MYRTLE AVENUE AND ADAMS outing to American Beach Street at 4:30 p.m.
Guarantee Good Position Upon Graduation July 15. The bus will leave the t *

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REGISTER NOW!!! CLAW CRAB MEAT ______ j .Lb. 51.00 I Benton is the co-chairman. I at 3 pjn. The sermon will be delivered .
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COLLEGE REGISTER NOW PrpslCola
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I SO YOU CAN VOTE r Dealers of
FREE PARKING REAR AND SIDE All persons desiring to make

Elgin 4-0177 P. 0. Box 4935 THE SEAFOOD CENTER I the trip are to contact their matrons tt I . JacksonvillePaae

Myrtle Avenue at Ninth Street or the District Deputy, .....
Myrtle Avenue and Adams Phone El 4-1468 Join E. Bradford 1146 East 23rd TIlE GOAL'S SET AT

JACKSONVILLE FLORIDA, SUeet for fun details. 40,000 NEGRO VOTERS
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I REGISTER. : NOW CHRISTMAS SAVING ELKS FAMILY WILL MRS: ,L. FARRALLTO

\ THE GOAL'S SET AT STATE P.T.A.. CLUB HELD MEETING SPONSOR, : AN' OUTING. BE PRESENTED .1

40,000 NEGRO VOTERS. IN CONCERT SUNDAYMrs. -I HOUSING EQUALITY AWARD I.
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I i t HAS WORKSHOPThe MADISON The Christmas Daughter Elks and friends are
\ :Sdving Club was entertained by invited to joint the Elk family in
Mr. and Mrs. John Curry recently an old fashioned picnic to Brunswick Lillie Farrall, an adult
.
In their homo. The business Ga., July 20. voice student will be presented in
State P.T.A. will hold its session was conducted by The buses will leave the Elks I a concert by Bolden College of
1st Jax Showing! v k
Annual Workshop at Bethune- Mrb. Christine JIcKinny! pest home. 712 West Duval St., at 9. Music on July 6 at 8 p.m. in the S'Q c\
Cookman College starting Sunday. dent. axi. and will return that evening. I Friendly Baptist Church. Appearing -
STRAND ., ,- I i with Mrs. Farrall will be Mrs. } L $
July 6th through July 9th. friflv as ..- ;;'t'-- to; Mrs. I
It has been announced that the Ethel \.'.: '1:. :'--se.: at thsniceties Hester Mrs. Jane Bsllamy, lira. Rosa L. Walton piano student and _
Sat. Midnight Only! v.-ere: MrVivian: SmithI I j, Rachel Benjamin Mrs: Lubertha i a member of Choir No. 3 of
1958 theme will be "Opening Ave-
I
JULY 5TH :, nues to Understanding Cooperative Mrs. C. McKinney, Mrs. Caribelle j Hll and Mrs. Elza McGee I I Friendly Baptist Church. Mrs i
REGULAR PRICES! School Services." Davis, Mrs. Irene McKinney, Mrs i! The next meeting: will be held Farrall will be accompanied by I II s
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Doors Open 11:30 P.M. I Lassie Ton n M-' Ju:::; iii: in the home of Mrs. CaribelleDavs. I Mrs. J. W. William, an adult piano 't to P
: Registration will begin at 2:00 \ : I V I! student.
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ONLY CAPACITY WILL l. :g Mi 3. : .
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ON'SALE
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;,Iat 8:00: p.m. the First General I Ii -- .
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i i Session will hear an address by :
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Premiere! Dr.Secretary.Gilbert Florida L. Porter State, Executive Teachers ::' 11Im I I "ST. LOUIS BLUES" JAX PREMIERE SATURDAY MIDNITE! IIIIIII :. $ y lay V\*

Association. The Second General :'
rr- Pearl Bailey, Nat King Cole I
Session will baddr*>'sed by Mr.
obi y and Eartha Kitt are just three
D. E. Williams General Consultant
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I 1 1N. of America's top stars who !
in Instruction with ,
the Third {;, ..
you'll see this Saturday midnight r
:
.. Session hearing Mr. W. E. Combs, i
4'.y July 5th, when the
The Specialist in Secondary EducationThe : I I Rabbi Jay Kat*man Vice-President of the Union American Hebrew
glitter and Fourth and final Session will i ihei.r : Strand Theatre presents the Congregation.),congratulates Jackie Robinson (right) and Kivie Kaplanof
glory story : Mrs. Elizabeth Johnson' premiere showing of "ST. I Boston (enter) oa winning the Averell Harriman Equal Housing
Espy marked the formation of Modem
LOUIS BLUES," the dramaticlife I Opportunity Award. The occasion
of the
man
of Miami, Florida. Community Developers Inc., an enterprise formed for the purpose of
whose rhythm : NX of W. C. Handy. Others furnishing financial and advisory assistance to builders of integrated
and blues i' There will be group discussions starring are "Mahalia Jackson, Housing. The company was founded by Morris Milgram.
beat became and additional workshops for peo- Ella
Fitzgerald and Cab Callovay. -
all! America's ;i pie with special interest in the I \ IJegular prices! I
ruuasr nags heartbeat! I area of parent-teacher relaiton- II Y PATRONIZE FLORIDA STAR .
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ffiYiff$ years in the same place.CaD This will be the greatest spot in the world, come Election ,Day:.'

MEM f Most all your friends will drop in. To take a hand in running

J. P. YOUNGMr. 1 IF YOU'VE MARRIED, MOVED OR this country, county, city and state. To voice an opinion on big

// 1A1lOR Simmons or Mr. Walsh COME OF AGE SINCE THE LAST I things like presidents and peace plans, on little things like parking
1__ ,_. H0 PP EB Main and Monroe meters and garbage collections. To register a complaint about

. 212 Masonic\ Temple Bldg. ELECTION read this things they don't like, or approval of things they do.

and GUY MADISON In Phone EL 5-8014 BRIDES!Even if you had previous- brated your 21st birthday since the r Here, your voice is as big as all the others, your opinion as important .
"REPRISAL" EL 6-M91 ly registered under your maiden: last election (or if you will be 21 as that of-a Supreme Court Justice.
name, you have to register again by Election Dayget) your name ?
under your "new" name. Be sure in the book It'. a mark of maturity But you won't get in if you're not registered. You're locked out
your married name" is in thebook to register and vote! '
of the right to vote, cut off from your friends and neighbors, shut

RITZ 1 i Starts Sunday! DAYS 4 P the MOVERS precinct!If you where have you moved were from previously MEMBERS see your OF Voting THE ARMED Officer for FORCES the out on national and neighborhoodjbsues. '

registered, you have to word on how you can vote. Don't miss the thrill of pulling the lever (or marking the ballot) :
register 8.lL.l.fhboo'ki your GOING AWAY ELECTION DAY? that makes govemmentyoUl'l. -JJ.-***--
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w. BOYNTON HEAD ABOUTPEOPLE SCOUT CAMPI 1 FLA. 4-H CLUB


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CLOSES BEACHBOYNTON 4 1 BEGINS JULY 21 ELECT OFFICERS
tl Miss Barbara J. Flynn left the .

city recently for New Orleans, La., .
BEACH Orders '! 'S. I .
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to visit her sister, Mrs. Delores FAllen i ii is i
from: the mayor to close the beachat Registrations are now being accepted TALLAHASSEE-Grethen Jenkins -
She is a student at Douglas > I I
bore the
a Boynton same ear- Anderson High School and a .r at the Boy Scout Headquarters ; of Alachua County is the
l
marks as those at Spa Beach in R
member of the ML Pleasant Baptist : for Scouts who are plan- newly elected president of the
St. Petersburg after Negroes used
the beach that'"as at one time Church. ning on attending the. Annual State Girls 4-H Club Council. Officers
Boy Scout Summer Camp to be
n 4: exclusively white. w. : for 1958-59 were elected at
held at Camp Coacoochee begin- <.
i f 4aa Last week some 30 to 40 Negroes Miss Frances B. Washington left thee recent annual state meeting
ning July 21, according to Field
bather at the far end of the the city recently for Miami to visit Scout Executive M. L. Rud'd who- held at Florida A&M University.

i .4q beach. Upon hearing that the friends. She is a member of Y t will serve as Camp Director.

group was there, the mayor, L. S Mt. Ararat! Baptist Church. Miss Other officers elected are: Bar-
( Camp Coacoochee is of the
I Chadwell, ordered the beach closed Washington was accompanied by one I bara Seniors Dade County vice-
citizenship training centers of the ;
ontil further notice. Police noti- Mrs. Gladys Avney. president; Patricia Kelly, itnam
North Florid Council where
t fled the bathers of both races; boys I County, secretary; Ruby Bings,
J and young men learn to live to-
) however, the Negro bathers remained Gadsden County; assistant secre-
Walter T Galvin of Mayport : gether, govern themselves and I
The mayor went to the /1s tary; Patricia Scott, Volusia
returned home from the Flagler : tnd have fun through activities t
beach and ordered the swimmers County, treasurer;; Lillie R James
Hospital in St. Augustine, wherehe that prepare them for adult livingIn
to leave, and posted police guards Leon County, reporter; and Melba
was confined. He left for Buf- !i 1a e the great outdoors, each
1 41r camp-
NOMINEE .0 stop anyone from entering. 5i F James, Madison County, chaplain.
falo, N. Y., to attend the funeralof 3 T learns to become more self-re-
Rep. Albert P. Morano, R.. I! William H Miller, a spokesman his uncle, John T. Calvin. &c: # _* iiant, practicing skills for hung
,
Conn.. today, announced the : for the group, said they would return I
vith others,
learning of
nature
reservation fee of two dollars \\;11re3en'e
appointment of Gerald Eat- next week. The mayor has
man son of Mr. and Mrs. j I threatened to repeat the same order Mrs. Henrietta Broome left the haring the responsibilities and acquiring a space for a Scout in the
i fundamentals of per- period he desires. Scouts who
Eldridge A. Eaiman. 29 Sun- I should they attempt to use city recently for Chester, Pa., to ,onal development. ,
would like to for
register more
crest Road Norwalk Conn., i I the municipal facilities again. spend her vacation and attend the ;

to the United States Naval I|i The spokesman said that even wedding of her niece. Henrietta Mr Argrett states that camp 1 than one period may do so. Appli-
cations be secured from
I may
Prince. director M any
He authorized I L. Rudd will have a
Academy. was if they (the whites) hit, spit, kick r Scoutmaster
| District Commissioner
to report for admission 0 n 01 throw them in jail, the bathers staff of 15 adults and young. men j i -
I Field Commissioner, Neighborhood
II
who
leadership
are trained
June 30 1958. in youth -
would not make disturbancesince
any Miss Mozella B. Bruton left the and the Commissioner or' the Boy
The historical appointment it is a public beach they city for Scouting know.how.
recently Chicago, HI, ? The best I Scout Headquarters 218 W Ad-
quality food will be
marks the first time that a I know it is opened to all. He where she will meet her brother x. pre- ams Street.

Negro has been nominated' also added that they are not and I and sister-in-law, Mr. and Mrs. COVER GIRL-Attractive Bettye Edwards became pared by to competent the dietitians of according -

by a Connecticut Congressman i were not seeking integration but i Bertram C. Bruton. They will journey the second co-ed of Florida A and M University to appear ng standards as highest required b Leaders of the Cherokee Division -
I' only place to swim, and camp-I are L. M. Argrett, chairman
;
for the honor. a they I I to California to spend their on the cover of a national magazine during the Coy Scouts of America

_, ,Eaiman, 19 is a premedical will persist in seeking facilities summer vacation., ,Mr. and '}!r past year when her photo appeared on a recent issue of James H. Steeley, vice chairman;
but under would There will be two camp periods: I Joseph F. Patterson vice chair-
no circumstance
major at Morgan State: Bruton are residents of Denver TAN Charlotte C. Carter 1957.58 "Miss
t Magazine. July :1-Julj l 27 and : G A ,
Baltimore. they resort to violence. Colo. July 28-Aug- man; Macuej District Com
College Maryland FAMU. was'on the cover of Jet last December. Bettyeis
ust 3. The
cost of :
camp per Scout missioner and L R Aarons Field
where he was admitted to the' the Junior attendant to "Miss F AMU." English major for each pencd will be $11.00 A I Commissioner

Promethian Kappa Tau. fresh- and Delta sorority. She is a native Tallahassean.
I' YWCA PRESENTS"ST. Mr. and Mrs. James Capel!, returned a
man Honor Society. Eatman
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to the city recently from >>.
is a participant in the school LOUIS BLUES"The
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New York where
City
they spent
football, basketball and swimming I their COURT APPROVES SEGREGATION
vacation with relatives and

programs. proceeds from the presentation friends.

His father, Eldridge Eai of "The St. Louis Blues" will I

man was a top-ranked heavyweight I f benefit the A. L. Lewis Branch TO CONTINUE AT LITTLE ROCK
boxer who met some Sergeant and Mrs. Solomon R. I
YWCA building fund drive. ___ u _
of the outstanding ring, The film will be shown at the vest ana children were the house I ...

greats including Rocky Mar- I Strand Theatre July 13-19 throughthe guests of Mr. and Mrs. A. L. Par- ROCK, Ark.-U.S. Fed- !

ciano. Nathan Mann. Bernie courtesy of the managementof rish and family recently. They eral Judge Harry J. Lemley, refused I ALTHIA (GIBSON;

Reynolds and Mello Bettina.Mr. the theatre.Wedding. have just completed a tour of dutyin to stay his own order delaying i

Morano said that London, England, and are en school integration in Little I j ,
route to Great Falls, Montana.
young Eatman has been recommended Rock for 2 1/2 years. The Judge | STILL FAVORITEVIMBELTON

and endorsed by I said: "From a practical stand

civic community, church and BellsAPPLICATIONS Mrs. Alberta Zander is in the point to grant this motion and .

school officials."I Brewster Hospital, where she has stay the enforcement of our judg- AT \

am proud to nominate FOR undergone an operation. She is a ment would to a'large extent nul-

Gerald Eatman to Annapolis member of the St. Paul. AME lily our order" "and in meantime -

," Morano said "Since 1872 MARRIAGE LICENSES Church. the situation at Central High WIMBLEDON, Eng. -- Despiteher s

only 24 Negroes have been\ School which we have found to be I defeat by Britisher Christine

appointed to'Annapolis. The intolerable would continue.. In Truman in Wightman Cup

record shows that only two Claude Nolan Harold 911 Oak- Mrs. Alveria Smith Robinson, an the meantime the plaintiffs can I championship recently Althea

failed to graduate."I ley St., age 71 and Helen Louise instructor at Forest Park Schoolis apply at least to the court of ap- Gibson of New York: enters the

know that Eatman will Williams, 533 W. Orange St., age still in Brewster Hospital. peals of this circuit for a stay of i Wimbledon tennis tournament thi ,;h

be a credit to his family the 20. the enforcement of our judgment"The I week the top: seeded player. She

Academy. to the State of I Howard Marshall, 1507 W. 21st Royal 'W. Eutsay of Boston judge based his decision on will defend the title she won last ,I .

Connecticut and the nation.I St., age 27 and Jonnie 't. Brown, Mass, is in the city visiting his argument by the school board I'I'the )-ear. She is the first Negro to

2532 Davis St., age 2i aunt, Mrs. Pearl Eutsay at 1110 dealing with turmoil, fires set win the coveted Wimbledon W om- I

BETHUNE PREXY. : I Royce Butler, 5739 Ellis Road, West 9th Street. in the school lockers and other en's singles championship. .

A age 20, and Altha White 0314 violence that occurred in the past I Althea, also U.S. singles cham-I KEN KNIGHT

Kohn Road, age 16. \car. It was also argued that it pion, was placed ahead of PRESENTING

Willie B. Freeman 1402 West Mrs. Georgia W. Henry and son, was impossible for students to re- year-old Miss Truman, who de- KNIGHT- TRAIN-

State St., age 26 and Gwendolyn Jerome, of 1502 W. 1st Street left receive a decent education in the feated her' 2-6, 6-3, 6-4 in the 8.9 PJH. 12 -1 NIGHTLY

Chapman, 772 Robinson Ave., age recently to attend the funeral of tension surrounding the school. Wightman matches. Jolted by SWEET CHARIOT

23. her brother, Judson Sapp. After the dental of the motionto Miss Gibson's upset defeat, the U.

Hosea McPhaul, 1834 Bisbee St, stay, Wiley Branton, an attor- S team lost to Britain for the 1400 \WRHC 1400

age 66 and Ida Byrd, 5228 Dodge ney for the NAACP, telephoned first time in several years.

Road, 56. Clerk Robert C. Tucker of the For the Wimbledon champion-
r age Mrs. J. S. Johnson, accompaniedby 9:30 to 10:30 MONDAY thru FRIDAY
7t Eddie B. Reid, 1023 Grant St., U.S. 8th Circuit Court to ask of ships this :week, Althea changed
her
daughter, Mrs. Hall
Cason, BLUES IN THE KNIGHT
I age 27 and Inell Anita Jones, 611 procedures necessary to obtain a I partners for the women's doubles
and children of St. Louis, Mo., are 10:30-12 MONDAY thru SATURDAYLET'S
Bridier St., age 19. stay from the appellate court. and mixed doubles. She will team
in
the city as of the
guests \Rev.
Don Clemente Barrow 1344 W. Branton was told that he would with Maria Bueno of Brazil and
J.
S.
Johnson
pastor of the Saint
F 16th St., age 37 and Rose Bell have to mail the motion to the Kurt Nielsen of Denmark. Last
Stephen AME Church, and '
husband -
Barnes, 1344 W 16th St., age 29. of Mrs. Johnson.Mr. court and it would be forwardedto year, Miss Gibson teamed with

I James Blue, 744 Phelps St, age the Crief Judge Archibald I Darlene Hard of Montebello, CaL, GET TOGETHERMEN

38 and Dorothy Murray, 821 UnionSt. Gardner at his home in Huron, in the women's doubles, and Neale .

., age 21. South Dakota. Branton said "If Fraser of Australia in the mixed

Willie Hughes. 1910 Grunthal and Mrs. Frank F. Donal- it is'necessary I'll go to the judge's doubles. & WOMEN WANTEDTo

St., age 49 and Eddie Lee Gibson, son, Jr., returned .to the city recently home to ask for the stay," and if

DAYTONA BEACH-Pres. 1910 Grunthal St, age 40. : from" Atlanta, Ga. They his motion is denied he would Become Part Of A Strong OrganizationThat
ident Richard V. Moore
announced
the appointment of Robert R. Robinson, 531 W. 16th were luncheon guests of Presidentand then take it to the justice of the USSR & U.S.A. Will Work For Progresso

St, age 26 and Sylvia Cecelia Supreme Court.
Dr.William A. McMillan as Mrs. A. Lewis of Morris
Brown, 204 Gulf Beachway, Pen- Last year nine Negroes won a -
TRACK MEN TOMEETINPHILA.
Dean of Bethune-Cookman Brown
College. They were also
sacola, Fla. age 22. court order for admission to Little ARE YOU INTERESTED?
College.Dr. William L. Jordan JS42 Myrtle entertained by Mrs. Amelia Thorn Rock Central High School Tfie

McMillan received his Ave., age 21 and Juanita Harris, ton and Mr. and Mrs. Walter 'L. year was not without incident, for I IF SO, FILL IN THE BLANK BELOW
B. S. Degree front Johnson C. .
it was the first of school
1436 Illinois St., age 20. PntchetL Mrs. Walter L. Pritch- on day
Smith University: the Masterof that Gov. Orval Faubus ordered MAIL TO DUVAL CIVIC LEAUGE
Arts and Ph. D. Degrees . ett and son returned to the city the National Guard to keep the NEW YORK (ANP)-The re- 2323 MONCRIEF ROAD

from the University of Michigan REGISTER NOW with Mr. and Mrs. Donalson. Negro students out of. the classrooms -I turn track meet between the Uni-

and has done further SO YOU CAN VOTE ted States and Russia will be held

study at the University of in Philadelphia July 10-11, 1959., YES I WANT PROGRESS
Pennsylvania and the Schoolof THE GOAL'S Mrs. Rose Collins of 1503 Louisiana It then took an order from the This meet is the second leg of the
SET AT President of the United States Register Me As A Member Of
Social Administration of 40,000 NEGRO VOTERS St. is ill in her home competition which takes place Ju-

the University of Michigan. . following an accident Sunday. with the U.S. Army Reserve ly 27.28 in Moscow this year. THE DDVAL CIVIC LEAGUEWhich .
troops to open the doors. I The 1959 competition will be
Mrs. Collins is a member of Day
held under the joint sponsorshipof

LILLY'S DRUG STORE Spring Baptist Church. BEGINNERS CLASSES the Philadelphia Inquirer Char- Will Campaign Per .

IN :TENNIS OPENEDTennis ities, Inc. and the AA.U of the Better Streets Drainage Facilities

1907 Road U.S. and will be staged at Franklin '
Kings at Spires ,
Theodore
Daniels of St. Alban, Negro firemen; Civil Service Jobs
field where the famed University -
,..r. Long Island, N.Y.C. is In the city I Tennis classes for beginnersgot of Pennsylvania relay carnival I Equal Job Opportunities
underway last Monday at the Negro Doctors At Medical O...*r
Where Experienced visiting his family. He Is the : is held annually.The .
Lanlla: Park Courts .as part of Better Treatment In Star
Pharmacists Prepare c. hous guest of his; brother, the announcement marks the
a r the activities of the Jacksonville A Negro YMCA Bulldf:
Your Prescription Ac- Rev. C. C. Daniels, pastor of ML Recreation Department.. I completion of extraordinarily Inv- General Community Improvement '
oolved negations at levels
cording to doctor'sinstructions Carmel amny
your Baptist Church I
The classes taught by supervisor -
'-e a Using .' ., over the last two years, arrange- I .am Interacted In knowing tome of the other benefit
1 Emmett N. Reed Sr. is apart :
ments
being made with the -
only the best q u a 11 t y' his approval
of volunteer service In 1
drugs.Dr. 'x James Jackson, of SL Alban, this activity conducted by the State. of the U.S. Department of I can derive from joining the organization. ................

LX. is in the city_ visiting his department. The fundamentals of I .
The program of events is the Advise me amen the next meeting will be bad ... .....
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GL E. Black Pharmacbta Dr. W. J. Graham mother and brother Mrs. Mary the game will be given in a five i same as the Olympic program ex- .

-:- -;- -:- and Cecil Jackson days series, beginning every Monday i 1 marathon. NAME ............... .....................................:
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a m. I I t will enter and s'

A COMPLETE LINE OFt There is no special instructorI I!compete two men in each of the ADDRESS .........*.........................................:

I Cosmetics .:. Rubber Goods -:- Candies .:. SundriesPRESCRIPTION'S Miss.Minnie Chandler, daughterof for the classes, but the members i I men's events for a total of 44 men .

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(j'I f ; Y J A n 1 TO FIGHT BROWN FOE TITLEBy


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[ HOUSTON, Texas Lightweight Champion Joe Brown

,J "" -', .> and Kenny Lane, the No. 1 challenger from Muskegon Mich.,
signed contracts for a 15-round title bout in Houston July 23.
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By C. Parham Johnson -
+ '= With the two names on the dot-
7, under a similar contract with
PROVERB JACOBS the 25pound"tackle' from the Uni- J ted line, it definitely assured a title Dupes Brown received $40,000

versity of California, has signed a-1958 contract to play with match between the two which and Dupas received $20,000.

the Philadelphia Eagles of the National Football League. : yK The long sought for match be-

Jacobs was the No. 1 draft choice of the Eagles during the has been sought for a long time by tween Brown and Lane will be the

winter draft... Jacobs will not be with the Eagles when they Lane. Lane was thd chief chal- fifth time since winning the cham-

report to their training site.. He IS.slated to start with the pionship Aug. 24, 1956, from Wal-
Detroit Lions. Jacobs will be lenger long before the bout with
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the
College All-Stars against lace (Bud) Smith in 15 rounds in

sen in Jacksonville Sept. 6, when the Eagles play the Washington SIP FORD WINS AGAIN Charles Sifford second from left in the picture the Ralph Dupas of New Orleans was New Orleans.
Redskins at the Gator BowL
;m FLORIDA STATE UNIVERSITY'S mighty mile of golfdom was again victorious 1 n coming to the front two strokes fought in Houston. Lane con- Lane's record of 58 matches including -

baseball team apparently set Danny Litwhiler, one of the best I ahead in the recent Pro-Am held in Washington D. C. to win over a field of 28 pro tended he was the No. 1 challenger 53 victories, no draws and
record recently when five defeats. He has scored 15
all time
an while the forces in New
nine members of the 1958 squad in the business when he played I competitors. Sifford who hails from Philadelphia has competed against: the best of the fighting knockouts.
major league baseball himself I Orleans were raising such a howl
signed major league contracts with professionals throughout the nation. He has appeared Jacksonville on several occa
said five men signed contracts before for the Dupas bout. Brown who hails from New Or-
Two are on
bonuses.
heavy more the season started but hewasn't sions. On the left is Ray Thomas of Rockville. Maryland: top amaeur. On the right leans and now calls Houston his
the verge of leaving and when Brown, the
32-year-old champion
discouraged. He said he defending
they do, it will brin& the total up is Tim Thomas. Tournament director and on the extreme right is Layne Leoffer of home has been barred from -
was happy to see his boys make ,was not present for the official : his title in New Orleans

to eleven. What a record. Coach the grade. the S. G. Leoffler Company operators of the D. C. public links for 50 years and also announcement but the 26- against a white challenger because

BILLY HARRELL is going like promoted the $1.000. added Tournament. year-old Lane was well pleased as of the Louisiana law barring
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I mixed matches. In Houston he can
Your wild fire at shortstop for the Cleveland -1I I 1- his manager, Jack Kearns, signedthe

Indians. He is covering the I 1I I fastest the ANDRE for contract with Lou Viscusi, the fight any challenger.
said to be the : man on ROGERS, who a
spot like a seasoned veteran, and
: I i I Cleveland team. short time last for NEWCOMB SAYSHE'S champion's
LUCkY'Numbers : season played manager.
hitting the old apple that brings .
( THE DETROIT TIGERS recent- the New York Giants, has devel-
smiles to the Cleveland playersHis ViscusL said the contract calls
cently announced a game betweenthe oped Into a power hitter out In REGISTER NOW
hitting has been timely and T ger3 and the Cleveland Indians ?hoeni. Ariz. The 23-year-old 195 TO BLAME for Brown to receive 40 per cent SO YOU CAN VOTE
to Harrell is
up par. a good glove and that Jim (Mudcat)' Grant rounder from the Bahamas, Brit- of the gate, including television
man and from this
point appearsto would pitch. The Tiger front of- ish West Indies is batting: above income, and Lane is to receive 20

Lucky Days Lucky Colon be a fixture at shortstop. He is I fice announced 5,000 additional the .400 mark and his fielding has FOR TEAM'S DIP per cent. THE GOAL'S SET AT

BY ASTROLOGY I admissions. With Ossie Virgil on left nothing to be wished for. He 40,000 NEGRO VOTERS

*" Your a hitting rampage and covering really'hit in 20 consecutive games. r When Brown successfully de-
In We.klyHOROSCOPE
GUIDE third base lige a warrior and the Baseball experts say the Phoenix fended his title in Houston May .
47-88-24 CINCINNATI Before
sensational rookie pitcher of the shortstop is giving warning that joiningthe

Bud ;2.00 for your Horo 329 16 549 Indians, Jim Grant, fans were very he will soon be back' in the ma- Cincinnati Reds, big Don New- ,
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scope Guide with lucky numbers anxious to see the two tan players combe, for many years a mainstaywith

lucky days lucky colors. jors.MRS. the Brooklyn Dodgers, per-
in action.MANAGER .
WILLIE MAYS she
Enclose a stamped envelope. Watch This Clown FRED HUTCHIN- says sonally assumed blame for theDodgers'
does not worry when her famous
SON of the St Louis Cardinals, husband is in a batting slump. She poor showing this year. NOW OPEN!
6 4
The righthand fastballer, tradedto
Willie of the
believes only Mays says he is a banana hitter. Mrs.
-0- the Redlegs recently in exchange -
6 5 San Francisco- Giants, outranks his Mays was asked what did she
for first baseman Steve
rookie centerfielder, Curt Flood. mean by banana hitter, she graciously -
Fill In and Man to 8 5 Hutchinson is beaming all over answered by saying his Bilko and pitcher Johnny Klipp-
stein, was asked by reporters who
with the batting average and the
hits come in bunches. When he is
ZODIAC he thought to be blamed for
18-72-36 way Flood covers centerfield. hitting, he hits to all parts of the
P. O. Box 783 Flood is hitting above .300 and field and all across the fences. the Dodgers' showing. He promptly -

735 02 110 remember, just last season, he was answered:
Jacksonville 1, Fla. Baseball fans have never seen
with Savannah in the South Atlan- any of the National League pitchers "Me, mainly. Everyone depended PALMSOF

Name, .-.-......-.................'. Sometimes Sometimes he's he's down op tic; League. Hutchinson says oth- worried whenevr heer famous on me, but I couldn't win for,
er than "Mays,. Flood ig the best husband hits Mrs. losing."
ADDRESS .................. He adds subtracts, centerfielder in the league. a slump, Mays
He 'works It all around says. Newcombe, a temperamental,

City State .................. TENNESSEE STATE A & I K. C. JONES, former All-Amer- fellow, failed to win a single game
Coming Attractions UNIVERSITY will have three ofits .
Birthday .................... ican basketball player at the University this year.
13 seniors to represent it in The Reds their title JACKSONVILLEFORMERLY
month & day 14 -: 31 93 :5 of San Francisco has de- are pinning
pro football rangs during the serted pro basketball and signeda hopes on him, despite his luckless
coming season. The No. 1 pros- performance. Said General Man-
pro football contract with the ( THE 2-SPOT)
pect is Leon Jamison* of Atlanta, Los Angeles Rams. Walter Brown, ager Gabe Paul, who climaxeda

who signed with the Pittsburgh Boston Celtics' president-general two-year fight to sign New-
W ItH :hEWIADELUXE Steelers. Fay Mitchell of 'Mem- combe:
TROU DUt manager, protested very stronglyover
+ : phis signed with Ottawa of the the signing of Jones for foot "If Newcombe goes big for us,

WaORWWgSSshavine SHAVlfcE Canadian Provincial League and ball. He says Jones can't do that it could mean the pennant. Takinghim DANCING NIGHTLY I
Charles Gavin, Laurel, Miss., with
is"made .by the because he is under contract with is a gamble we feel is justi-
the New York Giants,
MAGICX -
the Celtics pro basketball team, fied"
MAJOR LEAGUE BASEBALL
SHAVING and he intends to hold him to it. Field Manager Birdie Tebbetts
SCOUTS are close on the heels of
!POWDER the Indianapolis Clowns' John ORLANDO CEPEDA, the San concurred, saying: ON STAGE ATTRACTION
/ People Francisco Giants' sensational rookie "Newcombe could do a real big
Gray, 18, 6 feet 2 iiwhes, 240
first baseman continues to job for us and if he can regainthe
pound catcher from Ft. Lauder-
RpIORT0i make a strong bid for the 1958 form he had in 1956, he can
WITHout dale, Florida; Bobby Adams, 19, 5
REMOVES BEARO USE. r "Rookie of the Year" honors with win the pennant for us."
feet 10 inch third baseman from JIMMY BUTLER
t EASY PLEASANT that big.bat of his. Cepeda is hit; That was a big year for New-
FAST seenl New York. Adams weighs 170
Perfumed with a manly ting the ball,at a terrific pace. On then Brooklyn Dodgers to the pen-
pounds; Curtis Barnes, 19, 5 feet
M'" If not 1 many instances his bat has been combe. He not only pitched the "Your Precious Love"
drug stores. 11 inch shortstop from San Fran-
f aas locality, *S S(5.( the difference between victoryand pant, but wound up a 27-game
your cisco. He weighs 168 pounds and
V YOKU'S] SUPPLY TO defeat. While Mays is in a slump, winner and was voted the National AND HIS }IMPRESSIONISTS
$1 fOR 2 Yand Macon, a 195 pound infielder -
CO. Cepeda carries on. League most valuable player;
S POWDER ,- from Ciudad Trujillo Dominican -
SHAVING .SAVANNAH. Republic. All men who 'are THE JEFFERSON SWIMMING but he was a disappointment last

1 A pp,60X54S1-cN GEORGIA being scouted are fine glove men POOL is doing a big business thesedays. season. ADMISSION_75c-MONDAY Thru THURSDAY

and dangerous hitters. From all appearances the Newcombe made his best show-

kids were just giving school ing when the injured Roy Cam-
an 90e Frldav... Saturday.. Sunday. and Hulldava.
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opportunity to close because they panella was catching for the team.

seem to have been waiting for it. His chief trouble seems to be a

Pool director Julius Guinyard says tendency to rely too much on his I

1 the deportment of the children has blazing fast ball. He also has a SPECIAL

been very*'good.SMOOTH good changeup. Campy it was

SAILING UNTIL WE I observed, saw to it that New- SUNDAY 3:30 TO 6:30: P.M.

) MEET AGAIN! combe mixed his pitches.

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you might as well get in the system s S S
I Edward Waters College is beginning too.Folks .
to look Eke the school of are talking about theschool Refrigerators and Air HELP WANTED

Off The Blocks 1928. Driving: oat Kings Road this teacher ?"in the :Magnolia Conditioners HOUSE WORKER :.. General
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Chips week, I coold hardly pass for the Gardens section, who )eft the ciyt SERVICED and REPAIREDCall house work. Don't call unless
II hustle and bustle of the students they are wondering whether ax PO 4-0127) you want 1/2 day work Monday
and teachers going to and fro. she'll be back when school begins j . I thru Friday. Call EV 8-6877.
"Dee There are nary of .ur local teachattendlag In Septem er. I!
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to la!, -r iustiaiitMu just for
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Tuesday around 21st and namely Mr :Melvin Randolph, Mr. :: \'.- jast love to teil you" -C.C:: The Alachua "
Myrtle. A certain school" teacher James M. Tompkins and Mr. John- about certain rams of certain County S*,f-iff Toe Crevasse said i CLEAR PLASTIC SEAT COVERS (

the "ever friendly guy, was pas- nie A. Hoard I,lace'3 last week, but I just C-.!l't that S-::-i -' N. Haganes, 29. I'i $19.95
out twenty dollar bills like Any Standard Sized Car --'
sing Here's a bit of new for all teen to it so I am warning these fel- signed:: .T Confession in connection )
nickles to friends and acqaaintant-
agers.: The "Palms" will resume 1 )ws to be careful, or next time, with! the fatal shooting of Leatherette Trimmed
ances out at the tropicano. SorryI .
this Sunday '
the Sunday matinees off Wilbe'-t Brown.
wasn't around Oh well, maybehe at the regular hour. Parents don't menon The rooting;! occurred about 11 SAREN PLASTIC COVERS $19.95
will be around another day,
worry, everything is on wholesome See FrarJt Jenkins and a certain.idy am. last Saturday, June 28, afteran Tina ouiM.! ->... a Lord, (above)
California I _
since the "Mrs. is in recreation. The kids don't drink FIBRE COVERS as low as $14.95
Drinks i are very chummy cgam.: argument between Brown and Dobert Ryan sn Aldo Ray star
I will be around too.
and
hada nor smoke while there, and are iVhat, happened to the engagement -;Kaganes sister. in the sensational drama, "GOD'S I DOOR PANELS $3.95HEADLINERS $2235POLLARD'S
too, everybody
were plentiful at
well protected. "Club Night" with certain school teachr The Sheriffs Department said LITTLE ACRE," one of 19:>8'8
good time. the Palms doesn't seem to be pay- : ? Is she still the that also identified the
Hagami
. A time will be had by all wearing ring top movie hits, showing Sunday
gay Ing off. We hear a once a month vc: has she given it back calibre shot .
July.4. Various activities are plan- to him? weapon .22 single through Saturday at regular AUTO SEAT COVERS
is planned -
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"Celebrity Night" You tell us, Frank. rifle as his own. prices at the Strand. Cofeature.is
ned, with the center of attraction
in va-
annual New Berlin honoring noted persons Ralph Maultsby is attending the Hagens is being held in the the cew technicolor thriller, I
event being the rious fields The TU star editor summer; session at Edward 2007 Kings Road EL 5-4791
Outboard Motor Club show at Wa- county jail on investigation of "BATTLE SilO C K," starring
Christopher's Pier. Motorboat rac- U-Rye-Ah Pertee.- :ers College. Good for you Ralph, murder. Ralph Meeker l.liT l.
Went to American Beach for a .
ing, water ski events, and cross for a week's rest but didn't get .
channel swimming will be among
any. Everybody from everywherethought
the activities. Barbeclues will be I 111 just drop in for a

held dies Club everywhere.will sponsor The Orchid an outdoor La- ;few Is minutes.it true "what we hear about

affair at the home of Mrs. Carter a certain local popular fellow get- PAYS TO DEAL WITH DAVIS! ,
T. Lewis on Phlox St., and naturally ting a "lashing" in Bubbers Cof-

youp may go out to Johnnie fee Shop, last Friday night?
goat ribs and anything you want.Sringleton' Noticed by a local newspaper
Place and get all the
that Dr. James Greene for *ne I
The Adventureers entertained time pulled off his glasses to makea j Cool! Breezes-Go Portable
lavishly Tuesday night out at the picture. Do it more often Bud,
"Wiggins" in Mandarin. Seen
..It is very stunning.
among the guests were Mrs. Al- One of our very own attractive COOLER AIR ANYWHERE
donia Joyner. principal at R. L. Mercedia Gon-
girls, Miss Vonceil ,
Brown..School. Mr. Sammie L. Davis New York 1Y
model in
zalez, now a
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I father and family, Mr. Leon E. j
Gonzalez at 1314 Whitner Street. I.
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