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Title:
Florida star
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Florida star news
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The Florida Star Pub. Co.
Place of Publication:
Jacksonville Fla
Creation Date:
July 19, 1958
Publication Date:
Frequency:
weekly
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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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VOL. 8-NO. 21 And NEWS JULY 19. 1958 JACKSONVILLE 9. FLORIDA |g-, Cert. .

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FLA. STAR CALLS COMMITIEEMEN



Phantom Thief. Menaces City TO AID IN REGISTRATION DRIVEDear






There Fellow is Jaxons great cause: for alarm!

And Baffles Jax Police Of the some 103,000 Negroes in Jacksonville and Duval

: Dept. County there are only about 23.000 registered voters It

means that we need about 17,000 more registered voters to

meet our goal of 40,000 which is the number Duval
County should have on the books to gain respect.

With Congress ready to pass a States Right bill that

I MOTHER OF FOUR CHILDREN SHOT I CLEVER THIEF ADES.IHOMES; !,NEGRO TROOPSIN civil threatens rights to of render Negroes null, it and becomes void necessary legislation that affecting membersf the

the race be qualified so we can exercise our voting

TO DEATH IN YARD AT HER HOMEMurder I STEALS EDITOR'S PANTS, CASH! LEBANONWASHINGTON -rights.We need voting strength to elect to the U.S. Senate,

I the State Senate, House of Representative, County Com-

struck last Sunday In Jacksonville when a I mission, School Board, the Civil Service Board and other
27-year-old mother of four children was shot to death in By Hugh:; WilsonAn D. C.It post now open for election; those officials who we are satisfied
[ is reported that Negro will not be of legislation that will deprive
a part any
the front yard at her home. I opened window, a disjointo-l dorr,, a n nsacko 1 rim
troops the forces us of our rights,
are
Police said Mrs. Lillie Belle i money taken from the pants of the ,man of the hou"e, p'us among An made to Democratic Committeemen
being rushed to the Middle appeal is being
Williams, of .1528 Windle St. NEGRO CAB CO. I all the earmarks of a clever and r"elKviccl: thief '. run1 and Committeewomen, hose who are now in office,'as wellas
got out of a taxi cab about;; f there, in short you have some 'description the phantom East to aid Jordan in her I those who are now planning to seek office-to meet at

V 6 p.m. with lier groceries, 1 thief who has been stand against pro-Red ele- audiormm Monday night, July
menacing the city in r cent: &;:;. Edward Waters College on
and waiting for her to come I OPENS'MONDAY ; The mode of operation bas been -----_______ __ u __ elements seeking to over- 21, at 8 pjn. for the purpose of working in the campaign to

41 home of was 1566 Paul Morgan Williams Street Jr.,, I I I the same; there is no,special typeof II, f < :n, t e :I i,.:: d......ii' was throw the government.There register voters in each precinct. We need every 'man and
victim selected they come are now more than 8,000 in this We have a job for everybody.
fo'ins. last woman campaign.
her estranged husband. I Oren FndaJuly; 11 ._ _rr_
cab I from all walks of life and.deal in after the "phantom" hid made his ''U--.t->. ana British troops Let us come together and worK to put over this exion.
said when Mrs. A Negro-owned
Witnesses new
I various types of businesses. And exit some time between 1 a.m. rated in and around concen-\\ Jacksonville ministers and civic club leaders who are
Williams entered the yard, company will begin !to make it more complicated and are urged to at-
civic
interested in improvement
and :
I The Vrab genuinely
had opera''I'I early morning. screen to nation which could be the
she and Mr. Williams a tions in Duval !, more harrassing for the Jackson-I spark to light the bonfires of tend. If there ever was a time for Negro Jaxons to unite to

few words and he {hen shot Monday, July 21, when the:,, ville Police Department now wholesale war.Uneasiness keep our gains and make further economic and political
t her one time with a pistol. fering with a daily headache suf-I NOW is the time.
e Williamswas county-based Ebony Cabs inaugurate .. .:... has spread through advancement
The body of Mrs. the fact that the elusive ./ "# :lie seething Middle Eeast. Iran We need every man and woman in the community to
taken to the County taxi service from so fast ,on ,his feet that even the i It' is civic
j It': Maced guscfs-om--tiie' frontier join thiS effort for good government. a respon-
Morgue where she was pronounced the Floradale-Magnolia area"iTegro> division's fastest man' has with
'" Iraq after getting reports sibility; it is a personal responsibility. .
T5K
"deacniy : Mc- to the city. I not been able to get close enoughto raql border guards had been re-

** Donald. A permit to operate a cab the "Phantom" get a look al nforced with tanks and armored Sincerely. t> .
Williams was arrested at I his face. s.

f ?:05 pjn. a 1534 W. 7th Street service from beyond the city-I I Where the prowler will strike "fyJ ars.The U,S. consulate in Damascus Eric O. Simpson "

by Lt. R. B. Whittington. He limits to the city was issued ,I next is anybody's guess. To date aged all American tourists in the
is being held on a homicide by the Florida, Railroad Com- he has a list of robberies that has '"
....
.... Syrian capital to get out of the
charge. mission to William B. Lang- the police department's best men Middle East. Home guards armed (ALABAMAN GETSFOUNDATION
officers were billed and steaming to lay their ARMED THEFTSUSPECT
Investigating ley, of 5819 Moncrief Rd. .vlth submachineguns walked Da- POST I
O. A. hands on him. > :
Sgts. E. P. Cfcrley, ::1I.. mascus streets. The populationvas
who is also the
Johnson and Patrolmen E. principal; His most recent victim is Otis
I told to get ready for air al HELD
Jefferson, H. Harley, Sgt. J. Jacksonville Beach school. Limbric of 1531 West 9th Street ..i

C. Kite and Lt. R. B. Whit The entry of Langley's Ebony -The family awoke about 6 a.m. erts.Many American citizens living ..'$i"':'.
lost Monday to find the back door --- .1
tington.WOmlSSHQ. Cabs markes the first n Jordan left for Israel, presuma-
open. Entry, police say, was made Police were called to the < "
ly the advice of U'c -<; ;
in han decades on the U. S. em- "
time
two
more through the back window re Juanita Oliver
by r + bassy. I home of :Mrs. .-4
that Jacksonville or Du moving the screen. The thief had In Lebanon resentment over the 931 Everson Street to investi- 1

val County has had a Negro- stripped Mrs. Lula Limbric's pock. ,I .PORCHER. L. TAYLOR. jresence of U. S. marines cropped gate an armed robbery that : ,.
etbook of its cash and removed S I i i f ia j
had taken about 12:30
place
owned cab company. I ip in Parliament Speaker Adel
BY BOYFRIENDA all monies from the bill- W.:1d.Ni (In the '. had oecr.emDved :: who was
Langleys entry into the : aci Osseyran told the Associated Press a.m. by a man
fold in Otis Limbric's pants' pocket. -
-- : and $60 was found to be many lawmakers thought the land- identified as James GrantJr. 1
taxi-cab field in S 5
somes a from Mrs. Eunice Rich- t. ,
missing ings infringed on Lebanese sover- s 1
father's visit to the homeof round about fashion. It all The total loss at the Limbric ardson s pocketbook. erignty. The criticism came from Mrs. Oliver told police that 1

his child's mother last began during the long-to-be- home was placed at $136. members normally friendly to the during a card game with
Friday brought a bit of jealousy remembered colored taxi-cab Another victim was Fred Rich- FINDs West some friends, James GrantJr. '4r >
ardso,
tailor who lives at 1169
the friend of the JURY With 3,400 Marines with a large
to boy and city bus strike which Hart Street already came. in : ,
child's mother who fired a I a ashore in Lebanon and more than uistol and robbedthem of 1'l'f

shot through the glass in the plagued Jacksonville for i 1,000 paratroopers in Turkey, the about-$132, and that he also

front door and peppered the nearly three months. I HUG PROVES PAIR GUILTY United States sent two aircraft cut the telephone wire.

back of the young mother's I i The agressive young .principal carriers, a heavy cruiser and 16 Police said' they talked i

legs police reported. I was among the first to destroyers into Lebanese waters. with Juanita Oliver and Col- .s
OF
Miss Delpres Edmondson: ROBBERY There they joined 25 other units lis Jones of 931 Everson St. '
COSTLY
apply for permission to TO A
operate of the U.S. 6th Fleet. :
23, of J310 Jackson Street i The French and both parties identified / s+
told police that her boy a taxi-cab service in,ii A pair of robbers were chuiser De Grasse anchored off James Grant of 835 Everson : ....
Jacksonville, the time found guih last Beirut The Royal Navy sent the '. ,
during Thursday
friend, Samuel Jackson came MALE SHOPPER Street as the robber. They ,. .0 p.
to her house and stood on the that the Lincoln and New:(i by a Criminal Court jury, 43.000-ton carrier Eagle into the said the man was at the I SamifcCB., 'J ..1
porch and called her. He Deal Company was failing to and Judge A. Lloyd set Aug. eastern Mediterranean.U.S. house earlier in the eveningand hi etge -''
NEW YORK r.: .
:9 for Rushed Troops -- ,
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wanted her to come out, but : sentencing.James left to come back with
...
when she refused he fired supply transporation facili-. A friendly handshake and rshman, 21, of 983 :More U. S. paratroopers were two strange men to hold up uel B. Et 1ridg : J.
ties due to the srike. How affectionate W. being flown to the Middle East Ala., has been to ..c
the shot. She said he was an hug proved Ashley Street, and Anderson the players. a\p'\ 0.
ever, his pleas fell on deaf, Cull 19 of 1021 Du- from their NATO bases in West tant director 9 .-.
jealous because the father of costly to a shopper who Grant reportedly fired one
-
her child was visiting her. ears of the City Council, came out of Daylight Groc- Bois Street, had been accus- Germany and reinforcements were shot into the house from the tivities of:jtfce Nat sr)....,
which members, for the most on the way for the German bases dation, it :was an. a H
ed of from Robert I
The mother was tak n to taking $27 outside. One of the investigating -
Store in the 700 blockof from the Basil
United O'Connor
States. p
Duval Mdical Center by police part, seemed to be sitting as' ery Lee Lawhorne, '56, of 2323 I officers said he dug the p
representatives of the local Davis Street last Monday. Van James Street about 3 organization su
where she was treated I the lead from a cedar chest the March of Dime
cab and bus companies.After Junior Oliver, 0 f 2079 last JILTED LOVER ;
by Dr. :McDonald. a.m. May Jl which was located on the Mr. Ethridge will as
Sgts. J. M. Parker and G. several conferenceswith Lewis Street told police he Assistant County Solicitor STABS MT. DORA enclosed porch on the frontof preting the program !

H. Hurlbert investigated. editors of the FLORIDA came out of Daylight Groc- Hudson Oliff.said one of the the house. Warrants have tional_ Foundati9a for r
GIRL
STAR, the idea of applyingfor ery Store and an unidenti- defendants held a knife to TO DEATH been signed against James groups. _,He will serve 'MG4
a permit to operate in Law.horne.i7thrOat, while the Grant. headquarters and field staff .31_
the county was suggested to fied man came up to him other hit.tl e ...Victim in the TAVARES- William Jones 44, consultant on i interracial acti..i+

DErYtOCRATICCOMMITIEEMEN Langley who then renewedhis and started a conversationThe leg with a, sticks' Mount. Dora, was held In Lake MAN IS ARRESTEDFOR Mr Ethridge has been a vol

efforts to secure a per- man also started shaking After he I'Qbl1tyoccured County Jail Thursday and charged STEALING A teer worker with the National

] mit.Ebony hands and hugging him on Davis>Sreet,' Cull :and with fatal; first degree murder .in the REFRIGERATORGAINESVILLE Foundation for the past ten years. I

Cabs will operate a claiming to' know him. Ishman 'walked,:,way from stabbing- of a woman who refused Foster He has served both as a leader in
small :fleet of radioequippedcabs the scene. They followed to marry him. March of Dunes activities and aa .
were Lee McHome 32 of 1077 SW
When the handshaking and ,
The
MEET CALLED at minimum tak- officers said Jones surrendered .
rates by Lawhornwho. sajv 3rd Street was arrested last board member of the Mobile I
ing from theFloradaleMagnolia hugging ceased, the man late-fMonday night, admitting -
A special meeting of the passengers them go into a;.cafe.Potralman Monday' on a warrant from County Chapter of the National
went south' Street he stabbed his girl friend :Foundation for .
section to on Davjs CL R, Infantile Paralysis.Before
commiiieemen and Henry Taylor County charging him
Democratic: Johnnie :
downtown Jacksonville for Mae McDowell 36 six the staff of the National j
and a few minutes1ater was notified ,he arrested
,
ana
comxnitteewoxnen has been times in the .chest with with disposing of a refrigerator -
called fox Monday evening 50cents. The same fare will Oliver said he discovered $25 I Cull first and he"a went to knife., a pocket owned by the General Foundation, Mr. Ethridge was a
be 'charged from city to missing' from his wallet Ishman's home supervisor of Instruction in the J'
was and.arrested
21, in the Library of I The victim's Motors Acceptance Corp.
July body found
county. The fare within the but the wallet .was': back in him. was in Mobile Public Schools. He has
Edward Waters College.The a bed In Jones' home at Mount Bond was set at $500 and .been school i
teacher and
meeting will begin at Magnolia Floradale area, place Oliver said. The court appointed lawyer Dora.. according to the police.Jones McHome was released to a high anelementary
school the
the at.out- from point to p fut- in that Police said Oliver had been II William Bostidr based his defense allegedly told the custody of Constable H. principal in
8 for purpose officers
p.m. the :same system. He Is a veteran of
lining the drive to register section, will*. be.25 cjmts. drinking.. Patrolmen' IE Jefferson oil .the!.gounds.t.bat woman refused to marry him be- Sauls of Perry.; The formal ;World War II with service in the
Complete rates appear on and H. Harley investi- the --defendants' victimsof
dtixens. '.* I were I cause she was not divorced from charge was disposing of personal Army Air Corps and the Medical
page 8. .. gated. mistaken' her
? -. : _& identity previous husband. property. Corps.





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Page Two THE FLORIDA STAR Week Ending Saturday. July 19. 1958 I.J i

STAR .:.. .,' ", '. .ii.. :.'t-'. a"i' '!. -.,.{,. :....:.;.; ". .
THE FLORIDA ; \
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.ki. :: i r. 1: "Politics As Usual"By :

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NEWS ;: : ";! .".,'>i. *xi "t_ t. ErIc O. Simpson r ,,!

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Published by,The Florida Star Publishing Co. :- t

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Negro Democratic Committeemen and Women -

MAIN OFFICE & PLANT: Have An Important Role In Oar Community;
2323 Moncrief Road _... .....,......._. ........ EL 4-6782 EL 4-6783
Downtown Branch Office: 423 Broad Si. Phone EL 4-3773 They Are Our Leaders On Precinct Level j
,
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Tuesday evening a meeting of Democratic Committeemen J
i Mailing Address: .. : i & and Committeewomen. was held in the auditorium of 41
P. O. Box 561. Jacksonville 1, Florida ---;:-., Edward Waters College at which time yours truly in an

address attempted to awaken the precinct representatives
I
Eric O. Simpson _____. .. ....__.........._Editor to the fact they are the real leaders in the Negro com :

C Parham Johnson ___._._.. _.___.... _--.._,New Staff munity.It .

Altamae Richardson _._._..__.._.__..____. ._.._.__Circulation Dept.. ,- .- was pointed out that
in many cases committeemen And because the commit: j

.d-4i". ,, and commiteewomengot tee-people are not doing the
"Member of Associated Negro Press I
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: : themselves elected and job effectively it leaves room
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...r. <# 4 I they are expected.whole affair. It gives a let

to fulfill. of shysters the opportunityto

OPPORTUNITIES HAD r- , that our precinct the pretext that he is
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leaders conducting a registrationdrive.

OPPORTUNITIES NEGLECTED have allowed Just look at the n.m-
.
club leaders to
ber of individuals and groups
their
usurp .who are conducting "registration -
Today, when so many of us are clamoring for equalityand leadership drives". The number ( I
equal opportunity, it is most surprising indeed to see with is
what reception is given to an opportunity (no matter how j: the result that I I apalling. Some are sincere,

small it may seem), when it is offered to us. .. ...,J .. very often our, but many are not.
For years so many adults have missed the wonderous cx efforts for pro- The whole I

feeling that total enjoyment of a day at the beach can THE IMMEDIATE NEED OF THE WORLD. COURAGEOUS LEADERSHIP A gress are hin- has unsavory situa- I
bring. Their adult :fears plus the absence of the opportunityas dered. tion come about simply

children have rendered them totally incapacitated when --- There's nothsLUI' -i because the democratic committeewomen -

faced with a body of water: THEY CAN'T SWIM.: >ON ing wrong I are not func-

During this, the good old summer time, there is no. with civic and community tioning in an orderly fashion.

excuse for one solitary adult in the Jacksonville area to Your Weekly organizations as such; but These and
miss the safe, clean fun and wonderous opportunity given there is men women are
something v e r
y
to all for the price of one dollar per week. The opportu- not to be blamed entirely,

I nity? Swimming lessons at the Jefferson Street Pool, given Horoscope GuideWHICH wrong when organization however. The fact is that {

by experienced, expert, and certified instructors. These I leaders set themselves up as Negro committeemen and

classes are conducted exclusively for adults on Monday, ARE YOUR LUCKY DAYS FOR the political leaders and then Committeewomen are some- I

Wednesday, Friday and Sunday evenings; they are fairly go downtown and pick up a
well attended of course but there's still room for more. No BUSINESS LOVE TRAVEL pocketbook full of thing relatively new to Duval I i
money on
one wishes to hog this opportuniy, all involved wish for ;I County. The idea started
all to partake of this healthy pass-time. Remember, likea By PABLO, The ASTROLOGERARIES the pretext that they control with the late Edgar W. Way- j

few other physical acivities, once you learn to swim the votes in an area. bright who bolstered the list \'

you never forget. i Then there are instances of committeemen with Ne-
LEO SAGITTARIUSBorn
where, all too often Joe to his
Born March 21 thru April 19 Born July 23rd thru Aug. 23 Nov. 23rd Thru Dec. 21 one groes secure own posi I

: R The friends, experiencesand You could not ask for a This may be the ideal moment Doakes goes before the City tion but he never exPlained ,

THE EXPERTS VIEW knowledge that come better period in which to to smooth the path of Council demanding this or to the new nomineesall J

through study, voyages and gather in the blessings that romance, progress and suc- that as though he speaks for their functions nor the

M cNews mixing with important peo- circumstances, talents, Cupid cess. Excellent aspects call the Negro community. In significance of their under1 1
releases from Tennessee reporting the progressof ple are strongly emphasizedby and your own efforts are your mental and creative
the 15th Annual Race Relations Institute under the a series of significant sending in, your direction.! faculties into play and you many cases they are merely takings. The result is that I

co-sponsorship of the Race Relations Department of American planetary aspects during this The highest motivation and may achieve something con expressing their own personal some persons just allowed I

Missionary Association Board for Home Missions of the quarter. You can also give as the affability of persons who. crete and lasting if you can views and are in no way their names to be put on I

Congregational Chritian Churches and Fisk University came well as take, and the results stand behind you are things:' stir yourself into action on authorized tp speak for any- the ballot; and without opposition

to the atention of all this week and carried a very sobering for everyone concerned may to b treasured and utilized on the 17th and 20th. Loyaltyand body.I they were elected

effect as to the state of affairs with regards to the fight for prove to be of inestimable the 17th and 20th. Efficiencyin constancy endear you to : then the elected committeeman -

ultimatq equality.It value, now and in the future.Be the handling of your work, others more than glamor and say let the democratic in many cases, fer-
is deemed most worthy that a condenced but con- particularly open-mi.ded personnel and property con- showiness right now. committeemen and commit- got about the whole deal. \
centrated look be taken at the comments and findings of on he 17th and 20th. tributes to the considerable 650444842652. teewomen represent the peo-

some of the countries authorities on the matter. Joseph 1-10-99-13-97-117. gains that are indicated bya ple. They are elected by the Our committee people are
Robinson attorney for the American Jewish Congress, series of powerful aspects. people in the precincts there- our real leaders in the pre-
sounded 'the alarm of doom because he feels that segre- 5-60=5-S8-53-S6S.. CAPRICORNBorn fore they should function as cincts and they can render \

gationists may successfully reverse the_ Supreme Courts TAURUS Dec. 22 Thru Jan. 19 their pricinct representativessimilar 'invaluable service to the

ruling outlawing public School Segregation.Ben Bow Apai120 thru May 20 VIRGO You seem to have an excel- to the manner in community with the aid of

Segal education director of the International Unionof You may take some very thru lent opportunity to establish which our elected city coun- block or area captains and I
Born Aug. 24 Sept. 23 *"
Electrical. Radio and Machine Workers, AFIrCIO, said constructive steps on the 17th this vacation the. economic independenceand cilmen o r commissionersserve the neighborhood clubs manyof
Even if is
a
that the Southern branches of Labor Unions have no thru 20th to consolidate your when security you have recog- as our representativeson which have made worthI I
month
their for of and many people nized as being indispensableto a city-wide basis. while contributions.In .
longer }kept up struggle equality opportunity economy heighten your travel far and wide it seemsas
\ and that the situation has definitely deteriorated since the professional standing and live your life as you see
if peregrinations will One of th reasons for our an effort to bring about
school decision. He further stated that your it on the 17h thru 20th. You ,
Supreme Court's prestige. Capital for business
smoother
have a very limited radius. failure to get enough Negros functioning so that
and General consider a change of
Northern Companies such as Westinghouse expansion and charitable may
Family obligations and re- registered is that our demo- our committee men and women -
Electric have not aided in the fight for equality in labor causes may also be more locale, and even the prospectof do ,
sponsibilities, the call of duty cratic committeemen and can a better job, the
practices in their southern branches, but have adjustedto readily solicited and obtained and economic restrictionsmay living in a foreign land, cemmiteewomen have not FLORIDA STAR will give its I
and the local custom". be overlookedon in order to acquire the condi-
accepted "Prevailing Nothing should
each or in combination been functioning on a properly support in helping to'elect
and
Dr. Irving SobeL a Washington U. economics professorsaid these days when it can tions enlightenment that
keep close to the hearth organized scale. Some of men and women who are
you
will free soul from its |
new tensions and new patterns of aggression will de-. contribute to progress, an alliance your
be the
and job. This should help- committee-folk are call- willing to take on their responsibilities t
velape in the field of race relations if racial barriers in: and future happiness. doubts and prejudices on the
from
ful in their and
to work
I your earnings ing on people area, for
22nd. The friends
do not fall as :fast as educational bars are Avoid clash that could you now
employment a
the 17th thru the 20th. in but it is not being done on they betterment of the com
dropped. Dr. Sobel feels that when the education battleis strain a friendship or romance 990038931998.LIBRA gather may also exertconsiderable
an orderly manner. munity. ,
won, the employment fight will begin.Dr. on the 24th. influence. .
8 70 77 68 75 875.
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Dan Dodson head of the institute for Human Re- .
lations at New York U., showed facual data dealing with 1< t ti'
Born 24 thru Oct. 23
the fact that integrated housing does not decrease property Sept. AQUARIUSBorn % I
GEMINI be considered the
This Jan. 20 thru Feb. 18 :
values, does not increase the crime rate nor is there any may i ..,
Born 21 Thru June 21 when make
basis for the oft-repeated warning that intermarriage shoot May period you can You may have to thank the
Push aside all obstacles, real without stumbling -
progress foresight and the wise movesor
upward when Negros and white live side by side.
those that were real as wellas over the obstacles that deeds of the past for the

Edward Rulledge, housing director of the New York imagined, and follow the eem! to clutter up the rest splendid benefits that are an-

State. Commission against Discrimination, listed New York, things through to their suc- of the month. Questions that I nounced for this quarter. Accept -

New ; racy, Massachusetts, Washington and Oregon as cessful conclusions this quar- are related to romance, mar- and give, friendly ad-
stat hich ban segregation in all government financed ter. Your aspirations take a riage and partnerships are vice on .the 17th and 20th f f
ho and Connecticut and Oregon which bar discrimina- front seat and material bene- under especially favorable according to the circumstances -

tion ,thout specifying that which is built with FHA and fits come in inspiring and auspices on the 17th and 20th. that are then prevail- 1 .
VA port. Rutledge mentioned Crysal City, Texas and fulfilling forms from the 17th A lot seems to be going on ing. You should be very ac- v-

Rain a., as the only Southern. locals on his list of inter- thru 19th. Arrangements that behind the scenes and this tive in your own behalf, even 41
grht public housing. have to be made concerning is where you should look if this has to be behind the

you business, occupation, for the openings that are in-, scenes, as the promise 0 f
' e Race Relations Institute will come to a close at residence and finances shouldbe dicated. *
financial
: the end of this week with summations of note in the powerful support
tackled and concluded 2 40-22-58-21-241.
realizationof
\ offing. Information dealing with this worthy gathering while success is written in advances and the ( d III I
will, then be forwarded. an ambtiion is greatly en- :, IIi
bold letters across the face SCORPIO series of I,7r
i. o.so ',y ..;,.. _.. -Hugh A. Wilson of the heavens during the Born Oct 24 Thru Nor. 22 hanced did planetary by a aspects.320U1813321.. splen- f i

22nd and 23rd. Whether you' are after i Y

520771875271.CANCER fame or profits, or both; this {
l is the tine to exert every Ty TAp Ap[ r ..4 kV ,
effort to achieve the desired PISCES.
.a result. The 17th thru 19th Born Feb. 19 Thru March 20 '.

Born June 22 Thru July 22" are red-letter days when rewards Whether you are up to .
r This is the best period of and valuable acquisitions your neck in work, basking f
;- r the month to win your objectives may be had in good idly in the sunshine or galli-

so put all your skills, measure. Your technical skill vanting around in strange "

talents and energy into the and devotion to the job are places, the benefits you ga-
fray. You'can demonstrate to not to' be taken lightly on Jher along the way are al,

those who give the :final ver- hese days. Pursue your ideas most incalculable. Professional
... xiic just what you are cap:: and desires to their natural and business people X DIDNT SAY HER LEGS WERE WITHOUT EQUAL- ,

"' able of doing in the way of conclusions as you should should find the 17th to 20th X "SAID-THEY WERE WITHOUT PARALLEL t?
f .;. "t< management and productivity -find friendly help which even completely to their liking in ,
... fk ""
,.. Ce .yYl'-vif 'lQ t. Etgei ,
; ( J he substantial returns.
the of
on. 17th thru the 20th. transcend your fondest hopes. way
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.. i. It seems that mail has almost always practiced the art v ?

S u of*concocting: stimulating_ beverages and finding means of .4:..
J improving their ilavor$ by adding various new substances.So \ X: <

.. : k.MM without attempting to condone or to criticize the art 3 '. p t' 'f'J f\'{,'.!. ,

I'C Y we will.'pass,on.:to, ,.our,readers a few points on the subject. to r. .' f a c

f;. 'Names.of, *beverages usually bear the name's of theplaces :

', A" n .in. whicb.. they were first produced; or the family .
:'.I !' parries of that diat eis. an'd most flavors derive ,their names .': t .
J ,1, : t 3; :Jrom .the, 'planfv'barks. roots, or berries from 'which they <' t _
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./ l S. 4 :., .t J ;' jpiade?: .',
.'' } In a region.close io the ChlantL.Mountains r. .; .
,1 'in: >T'tiecaal'is.kno:' n.as Chianti (pronounced'ki: .an/ti). Y
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small 'the Morocco Madeira '- -
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Shown above Mr. and Mrs...
-p '- are James Taylor who
?* t ,We'find: a wine rig produced which=,is called MadeirapnJnounced :\
I. 'TEACHEffe' iIN"PRE: MEET'ING'r=: ; Teacher- exchange: vows July 22 at Mt. Sinai Church. The bride
mcSHOPI
Klndtfrgsfrlen nd- peI v r( ma-dera)); Chablis (shalale'X;_a Burgundy wine. .
c.. raiors'of Kiaderga'rten'Schools'a: Duvart3duntyarS sliowa'tf>wD);. J. Irving'EvScoifc{' originated:in the town of .Chablis* France; another wine is is the daughter: of Mr. ana Mrs. Robert L. Wilcox. Mr.

.fsy*v.director for Negro Education In' Duvai-''Countyrdf! eJecledT were o y-A(boftorn),, Mrs. t cale} $-T kay.(to-k ) becaUse it is prepared from grapes that- : 'Taylor is the son of Mr.. and Mrs, H. A. Taylor of

__ ..-.MInnI.I .Brov .assW rii-sec't:: Mrs:::'A.. B/'Houston i, president: : Mrs. ,Justine Hen- r rigi all y came.;trim Tokay, Hungary; Sauterne wine is Greensboro, N. C. and. was_ recently discharged' from.
I ::.-.:: derson, Sects. (standing)"Mrs.''DorOlfry WBaconvicepres..;',,Snd" Mrs.. Bertha Jackson, from Sauternes; 'France and outlying districts.; the .u. S. Navy.Wedding. .. .
J"treasurer.. Mrs V..B..M Mrs. Reb Scca-'Sa l'and Mrs.'M.+ .'C. elected '
>bSe u :Cooper.;were' : Curacao (ku'ra-so*), a popular liqueur was named for -- -
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;. "to. a. commiiie. to, workout plans for. a workshop tobe conducted rSURPRISE !. In August.} an Wand'b the Netherlands West Indies ,and cognac, a ..BellsAPPLICATIONS BRIDGE CLUB
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type of French'brandy, is produced in and around Cognac. .
BIRTHDAY PARTY ABOUT :PEOPLE France. Bourbon whiskey was originally made from corn

: in Bourbon County, Kentucky, while Bacardi (ba-kar'de) a FOR HAS, ELECTION

Cuban rum and Cointreau (kwan'tro) a French liqueur. 91ARRIAGE LICENSES
IS GIVEN FOR LAFAYETTE BROWN\ Mrs. Shellie Roberts of were named for the original distillers.'

Framer/ St. and Mrs. Ida Sarsaparilla, a flavor that is frequently used, bears the The Chi Xaler Bridge Club

A lovely affair of last Saturday evening was the surprise Buggs of West 20th Street mane of the plant from whose roots it is obtained, sarsa- Leroy McKinsey, 1208 held its monthly meeting at

birthday party, given in honor of Lafayette A. spent their vacation with I parilla (sar's -pa-ril'a). Davis St.,.age 30 and Bernice the Lincoln, Golf and Country -

Brown, by his wife, Mrs. Julia Walker Brown in their friends in Detroit. Mich. The names of many beverages now common in this :Massey, 977 W. Ashley St., Club, with Mrs. Arletha
home on Beaver and Clay streets. The occasion was also country have been made simpler for convenience in pro- age 30.Eddie. Nathan serving as hostess.

the 18th wedding anniversary of Mr and Mrs. Brown. Mrs. Essie Grissett of 1210 nunciation; however, there are still a few that retain sufficient The election of officers was

Special guests at this affair Acorn St. will leave the city foreign characteristics to need special attention if L. Wright, Jr., 1710 I held, with Mrs. Ollie Newton
S. G. BAKER CLUB this week to her Bacardi Helena St., age 22 and Catherine presiding as President. The
xvere Mr.. and Mrs. Noah spend vaca- they are to be pronounced correctly, such as ,
Griffin, former Jaxons who TO HOLD MEETINGThe tion with her son and familyin charteruse (shar'truz') Chianti, cognac Cointreau, and cura- Crawford, 5582 Ave. B,. following persons were elec-
.
are now living in San Fran- Chicago, Ill. cao. age 22.John ted to office for 1958:

cisco, Calif., and spendingtheir S. G. Baker Club of So much for beverages and flavors. This information C. Nealey, Jr.. 1614 Mrs. Arletha Nathan, Presi-

vacation in Florida. the Mt. Olive AME Church, Miss Jimmie Lee Rodgersof which I picked up accidentally, was just as enlightening West 11th St., age 22 and dent; Mrs. Cecila Walker,
Mr.: .Griffin served as toast- held its in 1550 W. 7th Street, is va- to me as I hope it will be to you. Eh'ira Gordon, 1344 Van Bu- vice president; Miss Dorothy
meeting recently
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cationing in New York City. St. 18.
master and Mrs. Aldonia C. the home of Mrs. Ethel Lip- ren age Daniels, recording secretary;
Joyner presided over the trott, with George Jamison She will study at Columbia American Beach claimed a little of our attention this Vannie J. Collier, 912 1st Mrs. Ruh Myers, financial

... impromptu program. Mrs. serving as host. University. past week-end, and we met many interesting "beach- Ave., Jax Beach, age 22 and secreary; Mrs. Coriha Barnet,
Eloise D. Whitten 536 2nd
Inez Palmer, Mrs. Ella Mitchell combers. corresponding secretary; Mrs.
Mrs. Ira Clipper, Mrs. The previous meeting was Mrs.' Carolyn est of 2054 We dropped in at the A. L. Lewis Motel for a brief Ave. South Jax Beach, age Katherine Green, treasurer;

Wiggins, and Mrs. Gloria held in the home of Mrs. Ida Broadway St., is in the Brew- visit with Mr. and Mrs. James E. Thomas of Macon Ga. ]9. Miss Nathalie Cl e m m o n/s/ ,

Crumpter rendered musical Jackson with devotion led rter Hospital for surgery. (who incidentally are ending their stay at the beach this Roosevelt E. Gelsey, 1318 chaplin and parliamentarianand

selections, while Mrs. Irene by Mrs. Annie Hooks. She is a member of St. Paul week) and were met.by a flash of light. We found out later 1/2 W. Pearce St.. age 18 and Mrs. Lorice Howard, re

Groover and Mt{s Alice Clip Plans were discussed for AME Church nad the Orchid that we were being photographed.They Addie D. Freeman, 1204 Od- porter.

per served as piano accom the lawn party to be held, Ladies Club, Inc. are accompanied by their two. children, Jackie essa St., age 17. I

panists. .. July 25 on he lawn of Mr. and James Jr. Theo. Thomas, 2537 PetuniaSt. Other members are Mrs.
In the center of the dining and Mrs. Charles George. Mrs. Ira Hemby of 1863 a ., age 22 and Rosyln T. Edith Davis and Mrs. Beve-

room table was a large beau. Words of West 29th Street is spendingher Mr. and Mrs. Thomas L. Sanders (she is the charming Gaines, 3723' Popular St., age lyn Demps. A repast was
appreciation were
tiful cake embossed in white given the hostess Mrs. vacaion in Los Angeles, Hazel Sanders) were busy tying up loose ends and getting 19. served.
rose buds and inscribed by Calif., as.house. guest of Mr. ready for the trip back to Miami, Florida. Leon M. Cromartie, 1569
Ethel .
' "Happy Birthday and Happy Liptrott.COMMUNITY and Mrs. James Farrell. Mrs. Thomas asked about old acquaintances, Mrs. Dolphin St., Mobile, Ala., age
Anniversary". Sarah Harris and Mrs. Sally.e Brooks Mathis. 33 and Frances M. Williams, Jones, 626 Court C, age 21. 1
CLUB Mrs. Lena Mae Dunbar of i 3871 Gadsden Road, age 29. Arhur Green, 818 W. BeaverSt.
Guests present to enjoy ,, Wm. A. Royal, 1409 W. ., age 17 and Georgia M.. ";\
1019 Pearl St., is recuperating To members of the Cosami Bridge Club who wereenterta1n1n.g
the party were Mr. and Mrs.
i TO HOLD MEETING
Windle St. 20 and Thea- Browder 534 Everson
St.
age ,age
Sylvester Simmons, Mr. and in her home following an at the beach "the grass in the other'pasture"looked I
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dora 1409 W.
operation. She is a member of greener and many of the members soon wandered Woodberry,
17.Benj. '
Mrs. Brown Mr. and Mrs.
f The' Better Windle St. 22. S. Williams 1619
Living Com age ,
the St. Matthew Baptist away to Join other groups not before partaking of the
Mrs. Irene Groover
Wiggins
Civic Club held its excellent Henry W. Young, 4133 Etta Windle St., age 22 and Ver-
munity Church Eastside. food however.
I Mrs. Alice Martin, Mr. and t St., age 34 and Verga G. dell Walker, 803 Tyler St.,
:Mrs. Harriett Butler Mr. and i monthly meeting recently in
1498 W. 10th St.. 15.Chas.
Mrs.+ Woodson, Mr. and Mrs. the home of Rev. and Mrs.H. Richard Spencer of 615 Play time for Jaxsons is in full swing We are 28.Gray, age age C. Small, 1244 GrantSt.

E. L. Jones, Mrs. Aldonia C. B. Bivens. Kentucky St., is in the Navy usually able to keep the seasons separated by the activities Emerson Perry, 447 Good ., age 20 and Marie Deloris

I Joyner, Mrs. Evelyn Belt, ElectioQ of officers was Air base Hospital. that go on around us daily and by the number of parties win St., age 21 and Delorious Bell, 854 Franklin St., age 20.
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and visiting friends and relatives that vacation here for
Mrs. Inez Palmer, bar and held at the meetnig. Officers .

/ Irs. Noah Griffin, Mr. and elected were: Sam :Madison, Mrs. Thelma Green and the Summer. *

Mrs. H. C. Brown, Mr. and resident; Perry Hall, vice children, Louis Jr., and De- LILL Y'S DRUG STORE
Mrs. Jonathan Williams,Mrs. president, Mrs.' Jean Forrester von of 1252 W. 21st Street' Little Miss Mary Anita .Louis Gillis, daughter of Mr.
Ira Mr. and Mrs. her and Mrs. Leon Gillis of Daytona. Beach is completing amonth's
Clipper, !secretary; ; Mrs. Hatie accompanied by nephew,: 1907 Kings Road at Spires
William Golson, Mrs. EllaMitchell Williams, treasurer; Rev. H. Leroy Hunter, left the city vacation here with Mr. and Mrs. Nathaniel Davis,

Dew i 11 King, B. Bivens, ,chairman; Mrs. recently for Savannah, Ga., 1659 University Street. ""
1
,Mother: Henderson, Mrs. G 10- Odessa Brockington, reporterand to visit her aunt. They will She is being honored kith a patio party Friday even Where Experienced

ria Cruinpter, Robert Walker, Mrs. Victoria, Callahan, visit other cities in Georgia ing, given by the Davises.. Pharmacists Prepare t
Mrs. Willie Lee Brooks, Mrs. social chairman. before returning to the city. Your Prescription According ,#
:Minnie F. Wright and Mrs. Mrs. Essie D. McCray and daughter (Jolita) were entertaining u : io your doctor' .

Beulah McClellan.PROGRESSIVE. LADIES AUXILIARY Mrs. Ida E. Fowler left the Betty Madison of Chicago. They reserved the cot. Instructions Using
city recently for Brooklyn tage of Mr. William Broadway for the occasion. only the best quality Y

WILL CELEBRATE52nd V. Y. to be the house guestof -Mrs. Marie McClain, Mrs. Lois Avery Randall, and Mrs. drugs.' .
\ CLUB ANNIVERSARYThe Ruth Parrott were among those dropping in. .
her nieces and nephews .
GIVES ANNUAL TEA ot Brooklyn. She will visitin Dr. Graham
O. E. Black Pharmacist Dr. W. 7
Among those entertaining out of town .
guest r ere
Ladies Auxiliary 3 of the Philadelphia. Pa. also. Mrs
Serena Joyner and Miriam Burney. They recently -:- -:- -:
a
The Matrons ProgressiveClub National Association of Letttr Fowler is a member of the gave
party for Sandra Griffin who is visiting from Atlanta.
of the Second Baptist Carriers- will observe their 52nd ion Hope Baptist Church. A COMPLETE LINE OF J
.
Church will sponsor its annual anniversary, July 20 at 4 p.m. Cosmetics Rubber Candles SundrlttPRESCRIPTIONS
Goods
The Ernest Wilsons were host to a number of visitors :- -:- -:-
tea, July 20 at 4 p.m. in the auditorium of Grant Memorial Mrs. Maybell Taylor of 073W. and friends
at a recent crab boil given at their lovely CALLED FOB AND DELIVERED
in the ,basement of' the I AME Church. 16th Street, left the city Ribault estate. ,

church. : recently to spend her vaca sIn
A program has been arrangedfor .
A program! will 'be presented the occasion featuring some tion in Richmond, Va., Wash. keeping with the true Southern: hospitality the .

according to Mrs. A. of the city's leading artists. ington, D. C.* New York City, Hunter Satterwhites had as their house guest entertainer Beaut y-beach the safe way

B. Darby, president and some An invitation has been ex Cleveland, Ohio and Cincin- Buddy Johnson who appeared at the Palms Supper Club i. ---

of the city's leading artists tended to all clubs to attendthe nati, Ohio. Mrs. Taylor was last week This week Mrs. Azele McFarlin will entertain s r ,, ,
will be featured on the pro annual event.SEMINOLE accompanied by her mother-. Mr. Arthur Prisock with a Bar-b-que. ,t
gram. in-law, Mrs. Ellen Jones and ''

granddaughter, L i ird a J. W find MBS. Alma Bennett ,
CULTURE of Durham, N. C. amongour ,e.BAyk i
PANSY SEWING .CLUB Hardy. visitors. Mrs. Bennett is visiting, her mother Mrs. a. y? Ya .

TO SPONSOR OUTING CLUB HOLDS MEET Wynns for two weeks. She was entertained by Mrs. Wesley a ,
Dr. Frederick Frazier, prominent :Johnson of Durkee Drive with a bridge party. OtUer guests / ,- 's

The Seminole Qulture Chicago retired phy- included Mrs. J. B. Barnes, Mrs. Rebecca )Martin,, Mrs. ;, ,'y
I The Pansy Blossom Sewing Junior Girls Club 'Will- hold ician-surgeom, heart specialist. Dennis Stuart, Mrs. Alvin Clark, Mrs. Mildred Christopher, y /

Circle will sponsor an'outing its meeting in the home of spent" a number of weeks Mrs. Simpkin Jones, Miss Ruth Broome, Mrs. Charles '9'Y b -

to Litle Talbot Island, July Barbara Easter, July 29 at Jacksonville on his vaca-; Walker, Mrs. Edith Anderson, and Mrs. Elizabeth Muese.: ';; '
24.. 4 with Pricilla Bostonas tion visiting relatives and I ,
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Friends invited pjiu ,. ,,,
are to goon friends. He was the house ; r
; Most of social and ; ;
hostess and Eloise Ed our civic clubs have dish: named for 4r,
r the outing. The bus will wards as co-hostess.' guest at the Clara White the summer. The last to entertain were the Business and 1i"b"N"--ti' mf /

I stop at Florida Avenue andUnion The delegates will make Mission. i Professional, Womens Club who gar their annual outing at : = ,. .,, ,

I Street at 9 ajn. and their report of the Florida the American .Beach last week. ,6, ,3 rr ,, ..
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will stop at Third and Florida State Association of Colored .

Avenue at 9:30WASHINGTON: am. Girls, which was held,, in Fort LADI S CLUB PLAN Over a hundred relatives and friends of the J. W. with \
scientifically-formulated
i I\ Lauderdale, Fla., recently. ANNUAL OUTING Boldens of West 10th Street met for their annual family
: .
COURT re-union on the 4th. The family meets each year in a jr* s) TVp Si* SKIN TONS

SETS ANNIVERSARY NFOR The Gladiola Ladies Club different part of the counry. Next years' re-union is to be / ar I T IIC r* CREAM
held in New York.
I' YOUBDBIVEB.1S will sponsor its outing to s s s New ARTRA contains the miracle ingredient Hjrdroquinoofc '
The Washington Court, 206 LICENSESOr Brunswick, Ga., July 20. For Now women with normal tin cn bleach effecthrely ana
H. of J will observe Us anniversary The buses will leave Bea- impromtu parties the one given at the home of Kfety with no harmful aftereffectst No fcernlnt No prellng.
July 20 in the Ema- 1frtiag To Dztre Mr. and'Mrs. James Schell Sr. recently is said to have beerf For a lighter. brighter, lovelier look cse the SAFE beaoty-
II ver St. and Bakers Ave. at very enjoyable. This all started when Mrs. Constance R. bleach-ARTRA.> Get it la the bio and
, nuel Baptist Church. AJAX DRIVING SCHOOL! 8'o'clock, Tyler and Kings Villa of New York, another native visiting who was terminating black package at drag and cosmetic
All members have been 1154< Wed fife Street Road at &.30 ajn.; Myrtle her vacation, mad Miss Schell called counters. Big 4
Gwendolyn on tab 98 tttr
, .asked to meet at the churcha &cia ...... ve. and Kings Road at 8:45am. the James Schells. Guests included Mrs. Jennze Ward, MisS* ox. | pms
10:30=:: a.m. The sermon will and will leave Kings
; Schell Mr. J.
Gwendolyn D.
Brooks "Mr. William Adams .
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GEOBGE: : L. ..r.
be delivered by the Rev. S. FBPENA t nrrr
Road and Davis St. ,at 9:00 Sr., Mr. William Blaylock, Dr. Jerry Iszard. Mr. Harry tr.4.ra.wnwr..f? l/4nA>NJiwtie
L. :
Badger. o'clock. Raznes and Mr. and Mrs. Julian Walton. ..

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I I I Prog'ressfierxConv;;'.j \ *. nfOri I: fo- T Convene, Y ju'y't 23-27" i 1 .1

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TEA OF THE 'YEAR *' ,. :-
DAY SPRING. CONVENTION'SOFFtCIALS
TO BE PRESENTEDf't I

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TO OBSERVE Memorial The young AME people Church'will,of Grant Y:C.y l ANNOUNCETHmRTHEM(


sponsor a "Te j''of the"Year! ," n N '. tb Vr K.yl The Progressive Baptist State Sunday School and BYPU
WOMEN'S DAYThe event, July 27' in the!auditorium ; %A6 Convention, an auxiliary to the Progressive Baptist Stale

of the ,church! ,The> Convention of Florida will convene in its) 43rd annual
women of Day Spring "Miss Cover jGirl Is'u cpnjest z'.e aesdo July 23 through July 27 in the Harmony Baptist
will 'terminatq.iduring the. e- 'lea.vh Church. Lakeland Florida
Baptist Church were organized J- .
by the Rev. C. A. Weaver, vent. 4j:."ij i/j ..t-If' .11. 4. n The: church is located at

pastor for the annual wo i The program Jttiljjjbei super L 1007 North. Florida Avenue, 1JSTRIcT
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under the-.leadership of.the UNITS
men's flay observance which vised by Mrsu'Etmice! Rieafd- I It
will terminate August 10. son, director;;jiof.nthe young .. : Rev. J. ;J. JicGriff host pas :
tor. ,..,
Miss
people's department. ;
The .following officers will] "" .e ELECT OFFICERS
athryn{: HicEsbn is co=cnairman.of Q L Choirs from Greater St. i
serve for the observance:Mrs. the IBfOWanV f Wntthit-! Paul and the*First Baptist

L. D. Mungin, general chair tee. ttH34ASAflOther Church of.Lakeland will be : '
man; Mrs. Minnie L. Brown, ; the featured =cbaral'grO ps. W. G. Patterson and Alexander ,
members el 'tl '
chairmen Mrs. Gladys e com-
; The 'Convention's 'officials Heard were re-elected as presidents
Smith chairman of courtesy ruttees areuMiss SW .G01:,. kr under the guidance of G. W. of the District
committee; Mrs. Ruby P. Askew lies Miss Juiletle jHunter.Miss Scott, and Leon T. Freemanof .Sunday
< School and BYPU Convention.
Yvontie"wWaIklr7 Miss
chairman of music; Mrs. Bartow has planned an
Alice Logan, chairman of decoration Betty Richafdain Miss 4na objective program for the auxiliaries to the East Florida
; Mrs. W. M. McKenton Collins, Miss Kathryn Croc- H sessions. and Bethany Baptist Assn. at
chairman of program kett, Miss'.jBe>{thai Adams, the 55th annual session in St.
committee; Mrs. Lucile Mar- Miss Zelma Jobnstmfand'Mrs. Bible lessons. sermons and John Baptist Church.
yi addresses will be centered I
tin, chairman of publicity and Annie Hinson.MINISTERS. p ': Others re-elected were Mrs. AI .
Mrs. Frances Edwards, co- I I around the general theme of I L, Pinder of Green Cove Springs,
hi,' '.Y W'MC.0 "The Ultimate Aim of Chris-
.. ; fsa. vice of the
,. president Sunday
chairman. .'WIVES" a..r ... _SS ;';';'.wo.?. : ::.....;r;.,...4I'.'" .;.... ...T..h..,_.....,.._.....'.'.4...,......... ...... .... ... .....v...,... ..... __ .f tian Teaching and Training". School and Mrs. Barbara Reed
Each captain will representa Instructors deans, and directors financial secretary; :Miss Ruth
SCOUTS RECEIVE HONORS Scout Troop 175 which is sponsored by Grant
flower during the obser SETS WINDOW RALLYThe will present methodsto Lee Cotton, vice president of the
vance. Memorial AME Church received top honors in addition to being awarded the ScoutCouncil's solve the various problems. BYPU department; Mrs. Dorothy
Ministers President Award (the highest award) at the North Florida Council Scout Blackboard illustrations will Borroughs, financial secretary
Wives Alliance Baptist will Exposition held in the Gator Bowl. Shown are (front row) the Rev. I. D. Hinson. be given by the deans and Mr*. Doretha Smith general
sponsora pastor; Nathaniel Davis. Cleveland Lang. Charles Owen, Eddie Kenneth C.
Window Rally, July* 21 in King directors. They are the Rev. secretary, and Mrs.. R. $. Aaron,
I Burns scoutmaster; Frank Chatmon (second ) Biety Davis Martin Laur
; row King
Real Estate the honor of the Rev. & R. H. Wilson, Rev. W. D. Pel- treasurer:
A. F. Cummings, 1525 Mrs'l ence Williams, Johnnie Littles, Robert Taylor; (third row) Solomon Small, institutional ham and Alexander Heard. The Rev. C. L. Culver chair I

$ LOANS $ 32nd Street. representative; George Stark Eugene W. Maher and Charles Wiggins. The Rev. J. C. Sams will man of the executive board; J.. (

A program will be pre till his post as the general C. Burney, Sr. secretary: Mrs I
$1,000 $z.000 $S,000 sented during the occasion.. J-- -H 1 WOMEN'S DAY SET president Farlene Foster, director of BYPU
,
$4,000 up to $25,000 I AT MIDWAY CHURCHAnnual Methods and Miss Sandra Wychc

Payable $1.00 per mo. per bun. I NEW BETHEL UNITS I pianist
dred on unpaid balance at 6%. DO YOU KNOW? i 1
Women's Day will be SLATE EVENTS '
Let us help you to complete You Can Now Buy CHURCH NEWS held in the Midway AME Church, DR. E. M. WHITETO
house refinance 88
your or August 10, with Mrs. Claudia E. Choir No. 2 of ,New Bethel ATTEND MEETINGDr.
years In the same place. :Most: Anything You Daniels as general chairman and
AME Church will sponsor an '
Can Mrs. Mary Ann Benton as co- 20 in Eartha M. White, 'I
Want A t Wholesale chairman.The Independent Sip. July Mary
J. P. YOUNG the home 'of Mr. and Mrs. director of the: local, state

Prices At MT. ARARAT following committee chair- James Mills, 1756 W. 25th and naional business leagues I
BAPTIST
Mr. Simmons or Mr. Walsh STATE TRI MEETINGTO men weer elected: Mrs. Ann D. Street. has received a special invita-
Main and Monroe UNCLE JIM'S UNITS SPONSOR TEA Wells, program chairman; Ida G. The Sarah McGinnis Missionary tion to attend the national \,
212 Masonic Temple Bldg. Disrict No. 1 and 14 of the BE HELD AT EWC Armstrong, secretary; Jeanette B Society will meet on convention of the National (

Phone EL 5-8014 SHOPPING SERVICE Mt. Ararat Baptist Church Wilcox, chairman of music; The- July 21 in the home of Mrs. Business League at Durham
EL 64391 539 W. Beaver StreetLET' will sponsor a Silver Tea, resa Wingard, chairman of finance Sarah McGinnis 1583 Kings North Carolina, July 30 until Ic

July_20 in_the home_ of_ Mr. Preparation 'is being made ; Geneva Beaton chairman Road at 7 p.m. August 1.GRAYSON'S.
and Mrs. (;. Bussie, 1183 W.
of decorations! ; Mrs: Victoria Ca- ----
I 23rd Street.A for the State-Tri Meeting,
t TAKE: pers, in charge of ushers; Ann DWells (
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program has been arranged which will beheld at Ed- public relations; Lucille
A. LOOK: INSIDE for he occasion with ward Waters College, August Seldon, Sunday School; Renella I

I some of the_city's outstand- 17-22. Jackson, chairman of ribbons; V. I
ing artists appearing on the Holmes pastor for the day; and
program.An New feature for the annual :Miss :Matilda Allen, chairman of
invitation has been extended meeting will be Sunrise Service -I the youth. S 221 LAURA STREET \i

to other organizationsin in the Myrtle Avenue
the city to attend the I
t event. Ball Park, August 17 at 6 OUTDOOR SERVICE JULY- ,

I- a.m., Music will be furnishedby I J
I i the combined choirs of SET AT BETHELThe i
LAURA STREET CHURCH the local AME Church choirs \

a SUNDAY SCHOOL TO first in a series of outdoor -
SPONSOR OUTING Sunday night worship CLEARANCE

IRIHIIIII II The Sunday School Depart- WORSHIP SERVICES cervices will be held July 20. .
bh ment of the. Laura Street at 7:45 p.m.. in the street adjacent I
SLATED AT BETHELThe
Presbyterian Church will
to Bethel Baptist Institutional -
.-. sponsor its outing to ..Little Church corner of : I OPEN FRIDAY NITE 'TIL 9 P.M. f .

'" Talbot Island, July 24. i Hogan and Caroline streets. I
; The bus will leave the
i Bthel Baptist Church under the auspices of said
4w, Suppose you had a fire tonight. Would your present church at 9 a.m. 1 will conduct its second annual church. ji Summer Dresses
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,: Fire Insurance fully replace your furniture, household sries of Sunday night I
goods, personal items, and the sizable values The services which will
" worship services, beginning,
family clothing ST. STEPHEN CHURCH Ju'v 20 and will terminate, continue each Sunday night $4.97
A quick inventory now will tell whether your have ail the I for six weeks, ending August
GROUP SPONSORS TEA August 31. .
protection you actually need really WASH AND WEARBaby .
adeqKat -iJilura1lc.-to-lIalu! Phone-Cail-Write. The young people of St. 31. will consist of congrega- .
.. .. ... ... ... .. .. .. Stephen AME Church will The services will consist tional singing, led by Mrs.
sponsor a silver tea, July 20 congregational singing, Georgia Lewis. a stereophonic Doll Pajamas
'\, ALEXANDERINSURANCE from 4 p.m. to 6 p.m. for led by Georgia Lewis and sound religious film and
the benefit of the delegateswho the sermon will be deliveredby sermon by the Rev. Robt. H. 2 for $3.00
the Rev. Robert H. Wil- Minister.
\ AGENCY INC. will attend the Youth Wilson.
Congress at Columbia, S. C., son, pastor.Th COTTON AND NYLONS
"2t Nut 11J I fur Iranm feeds, ntf An n nuns Tor PtoT 29 Informal dress will be ac-
614 Broad St. EL 4-5425, EL 4-5426 July through August 1. church will sponsor its ceptable during the open air
annual outing to American services. Slips and Petticoats
Beach
July 21.
ABYSSINIA SUNDAY The basic of the, servicesIs _
SCHOOL HONORSW. evangelism and the pastor Zfo.$2.90
R. McNEALThe '
The SEAFOOD Center Sunday School Depart- MT. OLIVE WOMENTO urges everyone to come pray-
ing for the spiritual successof
. ment of Abyssinia Baptist SPONSOR BAZAARThe the event.SPIRITUAL. Cotton Housecoats
Church will honor, W. R
CORNER MYRTLE AVENUE AND ADAMS
McNeal with an appreciation
2 for $5.00
program July 27 during the
WEEK'S BEST BUY
TEA
women of Mt. Olive
regular Sunday School hour.
SELECT OYSTERS Pint $1.15 He is the superintendent of AME Church will sponsor an SLATED AT MOUNT Summer Blouses

LARGE SHRIMP _Lb. 89c the school and leader of District -old fashioned bazaar, beginning CALVARY CHURCHChoir i
MEDIUM SHRIMP Lb rS5c No. 3. July 31 through August
2 on the church grounds. 2 for $3.00Clutch
A will be
CLAW CRAB MEAT Lb. 95c program presented
No. 2 of Mt. Calvary
featuring local artists. The event will benefit the
Baptist Church will sponsora
Low Budget Buys -:-- program leading up to the spiritual guest tea July 27 -
Bags ;
OBSERVANCE SET which
J .' annual Women's Day from 4 to 6 in the homeof
\, MEDIUM MULLET Lh 2Sc AT SAINT MATTHEW will be held October 19 with p-m
I Mrs. Gussie Mae Paige,
I Mrs. Elease Backmon as the 77c f
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WHITING 1609 W. 25th Street

'V a. RED FIN CROAKERS .. r h.. '29C' i The annual observance of bazaar chairman. Usher Board,. No. 1 will FIRST .
Women's Day will be observed -The following captains areassigned sponsor a trip around the .1
SPANISH MACKEREL ib29c I in the St. Matthew to sponsor booths world, July 19. The first QUALITYNylon I Hose :

BaptisHChurch, July 27. Mrs. Mattie Williams, Mrs. stop will be at the home of '" .
=-- Bargain Basement Officers for the observanceare Edith Nixon Mrs. Lattie Mrs. Willie Lee Jackson, 612 .1'!( -;; 47c :;

SPECKLED TROUT L' 49C.: : Miss Angeline Hardy? ,Armstrong, Mrs. Lillian Ford. Florence,St.District : 1
I general chairman; Mrs.&lice. I Mrs.; Wilhelmenia Earl, Mrs. No. 9, and 11 observe -

.. RED SNAPPER Tb49c II George; co-chairman; Miss 'Ehel Brown, Mrs. Surlesteen a joint anniversary, :'', Children.. Wear Reduced. To ,

OCEANVIEW SPOTS 1l ..32ei Elizabeth Hardy, decoration Mahoney, Mrs. Rebecca Sunday at 3 pjn. along with '-t. Prices You Can't R E S IS T -
[committee., :Brown Mrs. Edith Foster, the District Fellowship Hour.
i Mrs. Amanda Anderson .Mrs. Ella Preston Mrs. Jerry The Deacon. Board will observe -

i. FREE PARKING REAR AND SIDE !will be the speaker for the .D. Trapp, Mrs. Edna Demery, its anniversary, July 20 .
I I morning and Mrs. Marie Mrs. Mildred Caldwell, Mrs. in the auditorium of, the GRAYSON'S I

THE SEAFOOD CENTERMyrtle ,Washington will 'deliver the Annie Bass, Mrs. Mary Mit- church. The Rev. H. H. :

Avenue and Adam Phone El 4-1468 address. for the evening serv chell, Mrs. Betha Ford, Mrs. Wright of Evergeen Baptist (Between Adams And Monroe) f!
ice. Mrs Leola Gaston will Susie Fields nad Mrs. Irene Church will have charge of I

.be the pasor for the day. Brill. '. the services. .
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TALLAHASSEE Fred Kent, a former member of y..M 1 ENTERING CHARGES .k t

the board of control_and, now a practicing attorney in .
Jacksonville, said that Gdv, ',Leroy .Collins could. preventif GAINESyiLLfc -- Walter "
f", Hnn. ; he wanted to. Reed, 32,*.of the 7qoblock: of
A&4frWK*0 VW* *A -- .
Kent :said that the Gov. r:: ,, NE 20th !Street was' arrested
would' have to take off "his : v' : .,' last Sunday rand charged
NEWS BRIEFS
moderate L
self styled off the., kid approach :iYi1 ; with breaking land enteringthe Jerry mad oily on*
take home'of ME:'Mattie Mae prom: *. tk. vof*cs-fkaK t
gloves and start scrapping.The "- Alachua Johnson, 914 NE 19tJt'StreetThe } .* would b* tkr on pap.
former 1 board memberis GAINESVILLE y;, warrant i alleged Reed day. *t K* .has .b.*.i :Mkr -.- '. "
I ff ; County; continues the bolita ] r.. tore open'? -"screen: in the mnti !. t* a staunch segregationist crackdown. This week has < .
I bedroom gain"bnb nce. Honda moro t.... i91$92.\ "1
and in his interview he said already seen nine arrests and it! .ptheY: by rtdvcUg rat*( *.J da.7i 9r

I that the'governor: had him in there's more to come. r :k 4t yW tz .k 11:1-4/ ".I .!t.,.:.j; rat incrai tough o* rr.r 44...
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-IN power aMt aN h1.Phaa
of
doubt iwhen he talked
: BONIFAY The Holmes ....w......'>:.,.,."". r =.'"'. .,,"'.. ., ",,,- :- ...w. :... ..4*> FOUR-APAtfTMENT during kk.. prs*it and pn '
"admitting Negroes:: to FSU County Grand Jury has indicted trmt of ofTie. Jrry curial
I and .excluding segregation a Botufay: ex-convict FAMU LANDSCAPING CLASS '- Recalling;'instructions from consultant Jack .HOUSE. off tk* applaws H-orf *|.tVo,
leg stlation from a special.sessiolt" for[ the ax slaying of a Holms Sldllman, Instructor in Landscape Management! at FAMU are Mrs."-EUla' Partridge.Mrs. ... Bay Front PeA: It.., with .:
County farmer and three T. I. Lang both of Tallahassee. and,Mrs. Flossie Briggs of M nt1ceUo. FOR SALE BY: OWNER.\:to burst of humor and co-"moa'"
19th. S&ieet;=i P8ul Hiat th.m .. ikowting
members of his family. ear sans* put
As he spoke to the Sons of "IJ"
I' "FEAR NOT CLUB" cently. Ruth Parker. Mr*. Etta Parker. and st>mp' the American Revolution $16,500Substantial
a candid* can 9nr t* that!
PENSACOLA-Henry Vincent MEETINGThe Presiding over the businesssession Poebe Mrs. Essie M. I
i Tallahassee chapter, Kent HOLDS LAST Mrs Fields kind of .ntKusiaim look owl
DuBose reportedly ran was ,Mrs.aoEliza T. Tut- DOWN PAYMENT
\ said the court ruling passedby his car through a red light son president. Alston Mrs( Beulah Harris Mrs. 'REQUIRED for him. C.rt.r for Cards.
Writ.Jerry
federal judge Doxier De- and into an oncoming city Fear Not Charity Club Plans for the annual beach Edith Johnson. Mrs. Mae Cham- Boi 810,Tl".hn":: .
Vane said that Negroes have bus. He along with most of held its final meeting of the outing of the group was com- CALL EL 6-1431 Paid Admliupent
aright under the federal con- the passengers received slight summer at the home of Mrs. Ida pleted. Present at the meetingwere bliss and Mrs. Carolyn Kendrick. For Appointment -
stitution to attend the graduate injuries. Only the bus driver Hawkins. 1337 Davis Street re : Mrs. Eliza Tutson Mrs. reporter. .
schools at the Universityof was held for observation of '
Florida, "but that right is his head injuries, but was !
not absolute. It can be regu- i el eased when x-rays showed
lated in the public interest"In nothing. DuBose claimed to
using the health and have had another one of his I
I moral example he pointedout black outs. _(1
to the group that Collins IT IS YOUR
should check with the State

Board law enforcement of Health agencies and with for Doctor ORLANDO was tabbed- An Orlando a liar, '

the effect race mixing would authorities after he ,
by court
have on the morals and the CIVIC DUTY
health of the white students.He was contrasting caugh deliberately statements giving to- 'LM1uIi .I I

added "If the governoris i the courts. This brought
unwilling to consider the about a mis-trial in the case
effect of mass integration of
of two prison officials who
Negroes with whites on the were previously acquitted for TO VOTE
public health and the public the wilful and unnecessary .
morals, he nevertheless is
shooting of two escaped con: .
faced with a situation with victs.
respect to public safety, 0 .
which leaves him little choice BUT. .
but to refuse to permit a OCALA A gun battle
.
Negro to enroll at the present was staged last Sunday morn-
time in either white uni- ing in the midst of church "
versity. goers and early morning
Kent said he felt sure that strollers. Police shot and
when the governor was met killed a traffic violater who
with the situation of Negro resisted arrest and decided

admission.,tq .the_ white to shoot it out with the
schools, Collins would clamp police.
down ,and start fighting it, .I' youVe
but he added "His remarks

about admitting Negroes to TALLAHASSEE University (
FSU and excluding segrega- playmakers will be tour-
tion from a special session ing Africa at.the request of ;
have me in doubt." the U.S. State Department. .. ., .
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Announcing the GRAND grand OPENING opening of the! ,Powder Box I '' .. : : '

Beauty Shop New Location 1200 Davis. St., corner .of, d
Second St. Specializing in Croquinol Wave Set Hair : T i cke out

Coloring, Scalp Treatment, Shampoo, Marcell Wave. : .
Finger aving. Facials and all types of Beauty work. .
Experienced operators to serve you. no waiting, no appointment
necessary. Phone EL 69897. SOc deduction
on all hair styles. New location larger and cooler.

OPERATORS ARE
Sirs. Edna. Miller, Prop Sirs. Senella Frances Sanders, '
Sirs. Albertha Gray, Sirs. Ruth McKlaney Jackson, and Sirs. .

Alene Baker. .. of the primary elections



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"1360 ON EVERY RADIO DIAL" This I will be the greatest spot in the world, come Election Day:

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

IF YOU'VE MARRIED, MOVED OR this country, county, city and state. To voice i an opinion on big :
NOW BRINGS YOU things like presidents and peace plans, on little things like parking ;

COME OF AGE. SINCE THE LAST meters and garbage collections. To register a complaint about !4

LONGER sT EHOURS ELECTION ,. .A read this things they don't like, or approval of things they do.

'"'"" '''.''' .. f r Here, your voice is as big as. all the others, your opinion as important
21st birthday since the -
BMDESI Even if you had previously bated your
BROADCASTING FROM registered,under your maiden last election'(or if you will be-21by as that of a Supreme'Court Justice. ABut
hare to 'Election Day), get your name
register
name under your you "new" name. Be again sure in the boo .-It's a mark of maturity you won't get in if you're not registered. You're locked out
MMonday your "married name" is in the to register and vote! of the right to vote; cut.off.from your friends and neighbors, shut
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MOVERS I If you have moved from wee MEMBERS your OF Voting THE ARMED Officer for "theword" out on national and neighborhood.

the viously precinct registered where you were have pre-to on how you can TOte. miss the thrill pulling the lever (or marking the bftQot)
thru Saturday
register again. Make cure your GOING AWAY ELECTION DAY that makes your govemment'tAn1LP1L -
new address fa in the book! Vote fiat-by Absentee BaDot-
5000 WattsYour RUST VOTBtSI If you bro ... ,before yea leave.t Register now for the primariesAad '
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I "40,000 NEGRO VOTERS' ._ .' GOAL FOR 'DUVAL COUNTY"HOUSE I


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h AIp4N4a11NatlR.JU'J:_.: aw.. -----:-- 4I' .IroJNtlUII.If.-i.M. PATTERSON HAS RED SOX SIGN
PASSEDSPORTS JOHNSON ..
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BILL ORGANIZES CLUB :,i. :: -r=-. .. ,. ,.i:}.. tt -_._..".-8 POSSIBLE L A. FOURTH NEGRO
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The Green Pasture Guild tW. ... 4 j"if. i4" 1 : y ,.... ....... 9A...ift TITLED CONFAB PLAYERTOTE M
VOTE .
VOICE '
BY .' was .organized recently' by f'::.:' I' IiII:>Si 3IIiiarUt! : .$'SI& )I!: s ... :

Joseph Johnson, outstanding? r... k ; .
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leader! and P-T-A worker. I I'

of the f. ; I LO$ ANGELES: =;Terms for the BblSTQN' : An '
guild announcement
The -
purpose ;
.The victory won by the Walter.KeatingHillerHaTris "
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'- : which is composed of junior I proposed Floyd Patterson Roy has been released by

... :' ., Bill width and senior high school students t I Hams heavyweight- fight that 'the front office of the Boston
was'passed by voice vote on Tuesday would,give the Champion 50 pet fourfK
and graduates, is to Red'--s x "hat the tan
.. 'June. 24, 1958 in. the House inspire and encourage appreciation cent of. the*.gate..receipts and the> player:had beeR si ned\vhen

of Representatives! has been pas- for' the finer thingsin challenger', Harris a fiat $l O.900, Lany\ Plenty-former,Boston

*' sed"on to ,the': Senate and if its life.and to obtain better were.. a.nnouncpt: bj.: cppromoterAl College- t.cher :;u'.dfullbackput
Weill last wk.The
i should, ,be .voted. on'* :.favorably it employment opportunities for figures_*do not V ncjude*.*- .#$- his*"" name: ,,"- "on the dptted
John .
according to Mr. '
liner
,/ will not,'only, give baseball but oth- youth* ," pected .recei p. *from.radio, or Ah<9- .
*iater ins""P''t
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son. "Plenty l1 psi e
evasionThe .
'l like basketball t'e
er team sports
t football The officers of the guild h. : vt Green, Minneapdli-s&c nd
figuretself : contingent
and. hockey exemption, are: Samuel" Lee Harris, F whether the Athletic baseman;- 'E Wilson, pitcher
California
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*' from anti-trust laws as applied to president; Miss Bettie Jean I Commission approves a tentative : for t the "Triple-A; farm

sports practices of these organized Johnson, vice president; Miss a. .b Aug. 4 date Will and Cue D'Am- team,. now in the :Marines,

professional enterprises.The Marjorie nkins second vice ato, Patterson's manager recommended and Zeke King, first basemanof
bill which will declare the president; James .Monroe the Waterloo Iowa team.
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inapplicability of the antitrust third vice pres.; Edward Co- '1( \ '.. :.: : M MW' However, the two principals "My Red Sox scouts don't

laws to aspects of designated pro- ley Jr., parliamentarian; Miss .. ... .;.. .::J ,<,.,.".,,, >.::::,:: .. .;::,:..::.. .... ,.vi>::.'. : : 'r".i." .:.!,. already signed contracts for the ; have to consider the ,color
fessional team sports, and for other ;;::;":O..o.;;''......' __; ,-_. :., ..... .,_-_ _.... -'- ;:.
Bettie West; secretary: ; Miss: fight, which is to be held In Wrig- line so far as Im concerned
purposes is given here. FAMU'S FINEST GRADUATES-Diplomas and certificates awarded to 10
Shirley Johnson; treasurer; were knownas
ley field. An organizaiton They never had instructionsof
Be it enacted by the Senate and Miss Audrey Lee Wilson, I Florida A and M University campus patrolmen and deputy sheriffs and two city pa- Hollywood Legion is copromoting that I've' told them I

House of Representatives of the program chairman; Miss An- trolmen last Friday as they completed four and two year two week training courses the bout. sor.

United States of America in Con- nie Ruth Hankerson, courtesy sponsored jointly by Lively Technical Institute of Tallahassee and the Florida Police Weill said he believes the fight want the best men they can

gress assembled. That the Act of chairman, Miss Rosa Lee Academy. Diplomas were awarded to those officers who had successfully completedthe will draw thousands and thous- get for every position, Tom
July 2, 1890, as amended (26 Stat. Yawkey, owner of the Red
week for four consecutive and certificates awarded those
Wilkerson, membership chair- two course years were to ands of people from Texas, but
20ft); the Act of October 15. 1914 officers who for two consecutive had the week Sox said.
successfully completed two
man; Miss Vermetta Royster, years warned there will be no fight un-
as amended ((38 Stat. 730)); and "We have Negroes on our
First left Creswell. Fort Lauderdale Willie
to instructor
music chairman; and J. John- course. row right. Henry : less the commission approves the
the Federal Trade CommissionAct executive director. Randolph patrolman, certificate; Samuel Gilliam chief deputy diploma: Samuel date. The commission chairman farm teams. They're being
sen,
as amended ((38 Stat. 717)) Barnes patrolman certificate: Nathaniel Paremore, deputy diploma: Eddie H. Wilson hinted he would favor a later date, their opportunities. I'm justas

shall not apply to any contract, III deputy, diploma; and Raymond Alexander, patrolman certificate. Second row possibly September because of the eager as anybody to see

agreement, rule, course of con- 'Fred O. Lee, city patrolman diploma; Henry McGill patrolman certificate: Freddie Zora Folloy-Pete Rademacher if they make the big team,

duct, or other activity by, betweea WALTON WINS Golden city patrolman; diploma; Warren Piiiman patrolman diploma: Mack Williams heavyweight bout on July 24. Yawkey said.STRAND.

or among persons conducting, en- deputy diploma, and Tom R. Triplett, patrolman diploma. (Smith Photo) Patterson has not defended his
gaging in or participating in or- SUNDAY
-- title since he stopped Rademacherin
ganized professional team sports FIRST PLACEIN
of baseball, football, basketball I 1 I MAYFIELD SINGERS six rounds last Aug. 22. The
THE NCAA ADDS FLOOD BECOMESA i World Boxing committee has ordered .
and hockey which relates toN PLAN CONCERTThe I him to defend by Septemberor
(1) The equalization of com- SWIMMEET

petitive. playing strengths; FAVORITE IN forfeit the title.
NINE COLLEGESTO Mayfield Gospel Singers -
((2) The employment, selectionor i t
of Atlanta Ga. will
appear MOORE TO BOX
eligibility of the
players or reservation -I Julian (Bill) Walton Jr. of the in a concert, July 20 at
selection IN CHARLOTTE'
or assignmentof
player contracts; I Jefferson Swimming Club won THE ROLLSDelaware SAINTJPS 6:30 p.m. in he Elks Audi- ,
IN NOVEMBER
((3)) The right to operate within I first place in the cross channel torium, 712 Duval St. _

specified geographic areas; swim that was conducted as State College, Curtis Flood, the 20-year-old Also appearing will be the CHARLOTTE, N. C. a_

(4)' The regulation of rights to part of the Vater show held at Dover, Virginia State Teachers sensation centerfielder of the St. Golden Jubilee Singers of Charlotte appears to be the

broadcast and telecast reports and College, Lynchburgh, Va., Louis Cardinal\ has been labeledthe this city.HANK. next city in line to see light

pictures of sports contests; or at New Berlin July 4th. and Virginia State Collegeat "minature Willie Mays" bya heavyweight champion Ar-

(5) The preservation of public Clarence Wingate, the winnerof I Norfolk are among the St. Louis sports writer becauseof chie Moore in action according M
the event the past two years nine members added to GREENBERG to an announcement by
confidence in the honesty in sports new the way he covers centerfieldand
contests. was pressed all the way by The National Collegiate Ath-- hits the ball. OFFERS TO SEND the local boxing promoterBob
Walton and Walter Mears who
Sec. 2, As used in this Act, "per- letic Association which now Flood was only one year old Little.
STARS TO
sons" means! any individual, part- placed second. and brings its total membership when his family moved to California JAPAN Moore who is keeping fit
Last BU second
was
nership, corporation or unincor- year order of to 516. from Houston, Texas. He by boxing constantly has rr,
Mears third. The
porated association or any combi- was Executive director Walter played sandlot, American Legion TKYO With an unfal- agreed to appear in Char-
finish Julian Walter
nation or association thereof. was Walton Byers said membership now &nd .high school ball in Oakland. tering interest in baseball, lotte during November Mr.

Sea 3. Nothing in this Act shall I Mears, Clarence- Wingate, Riley lists 478 colleges and universities He was an infielder. He was Hank Greenberg, one of base- Little said. Moore is scheduled -
Thomas and Carneitus Martin of
affect any cause of action exist- 25 allied confer- scouted ball's greatest first basemen to meet either Art
New York Y. by Bobby Mattick of the Tarzan and Jane (above)
ing on the effective date hereof in N. / ences and 18 affiliated asse- Cincinnati Redlegs and signed to and one of the leading home Swiden a nationally known
first four share new adventures in
The places were
respect to the organized professional ciations. a contract for $4,000. Cincinnati run hitters of all time with tighter or Waben Thomas, a
Jefferson the first technicolor
of the run
members
team sports of baseball, won by Byers cited an.influx of cptioned him to the Class B the Detroit Tigers and later local heavyweight.The thriller MGM's "TAHZAN
football, basketball or hockey.Sec. Swimming Club. Large trophies'and institutions into the had
smaller Carolina League. He was a .340 General Manager of the las bout Moore on "
show-
FIGHTS FOR LIFE.
4. in this Act shall cups were presented to the
Nothing NCAA a factor in Cleveland Indians has made festival date Ken-
as major hitter with 29 homers and 128 a was on
first three winners. Commodore at the Strand. Sunday
be consrtued to deprive any players place record enrollment. Since RBIs in Class B in 1958. Last an offer to send players from tucky Derby Day eve in ing 20-
Edward Holt, of the NewSerbs through Saturday. July
in the organized team sportsof
1950 the NCAA has recordeda Louisville when he defeated
year, he hit .209 with 14 home major leagues to "improvethe
baseball, football, basketball or Outboard Motor Club, 26. Co-feature is the comedy
62 per cent membership runs and 82 driven in with Savannah brand of ball" in Japan Willie Besmanoff of Ger-
of the show made the riot. "HIGH COST OF
hockey of any right to bargain col- sponsor
increase, with most of the in the Class A South before flying back to Ame- many. "
J. D. Brooks LOVING Joso
: served starring
lectively or to engage in other activities presentations. clas- _
199 members
new being rica.
for master of ceremonies of Atlantic League. Ferrer.
their mutual aid or as
protection.SUFFERERS. the program \ sifi?d in the college division. Curt is short and sturdy at "The Japanese play a good THE LONE STAR CLUB

The channel swim, was con- group. Byers added. 5 ft. 9 inches and' weighs 165 brand of ball with high-cali- WILL SPONSOR OUTINGThe . .

ducted by swimming instructorsof Eight of the nine newcomers pounds. be has learned to hit ber fielding and pitching but REGISTER NOW

."OW8ua-DANMt... the Jefferson Street swimming are institutional membersand I behind the runner and also how no power at the plate," Lone Star Homemak- SO YOU CAN VOTE

pal, Julian Walton Sr. and Claude the ninth the National I to help _move the runner into Greenberg said, as he watched srs Club will sponsor its an-

Hilliard. They were assisted by Collegiate Tennis Coaches as- scoring position. Since he was a Japanese major league nual outing te Little Talbot THE GOAL'S SET AT

TTOVIUTKMTMJrTUIUa. aucaas+t. sociation, an affiliate mem recalled last May, he while the 40,000 NEGRO VOTERS
gives
fftTa. &D A.aaa.o.M.O&OtaSR' Theodore Montgomery, ..1.L., William game touring Island on July 26.
.-..CAtP. aarr. At.... F ULAN VtU A*.. Weathersby George Nairn. her. Also pending are mem- credit to :Manager Fred Hutchinson country with his wife.
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J TLAfaaaat ----
w.oa or Ta KAUH .
AmsnC1mq. MItTOn IIOC1'OM48TIQuf -., ea.no Walter Mears Sr., and others. three college conferences and Stan :Musial for his suc "I'd like to see about a I I II _

oa a.t.&aIa soon PURL._ Coach Julius Guinyard said he bership applications from cess.When game betwen United States i You Don't Have to Go to Town to Get

is elated over the showing made the St. Louis Cardinals pros with each league team
the moved into San Francisco July here-hand picked I'll
by his team in retaining pros.
arum a.1,M championship. B-CC OBSERVESITS 7, his parents, Herman and Laura' help with the idea if club LOW PRICES

Flood of Oakland, California had are interested,"
-- --- -- owners
an opportunity to see their said. -

BIRTHDAY youngest j son play ball for the Greenberg Slight enthusiasm was DRUG STORE NEEDS

first time."Would .
shown by major league offi-
you have liked to have On Your
cials in New York over the
played im the AU-Star game?'' Trade With Your Neighborhood Drug Store
On Thursday, July 10, 1958, at idea.
he was asked. "Sure," was his
10 a.m. many dignitaries along quick reply, "but that Willie Frank Lane general mana- WE WILL MEET ANY PRICES ADVERTISEDIN

z. with members of the faculty and Mays is the greatest man aliveto ger of the Indians, was the YOUR LOCAL PAPERS

C + student bodyof Bethune-Cookman handle centerfield. Flood says only on to express any

College gathered in the College Lew Burdette of the Milwaukee amount of interest in the

Auditorium to pay homage to, ob- Braves is the toughest pitcherin plan. He went a bit further Dixie Pharmacy

the major leagues for him. by suggesting that the majors
the 83rd birthday of the late Dr.
send big league instructorsto
Mary McLeod Bethune. 1302 KINGS ROAD at MYRTLE AVENUE
Japan to "improve the
SOCIAL SEWING CLUB
PHONES EL 34597.88
Presiding at the gathering was '
4 brand of ball in that coun-
the president of Bethune-Cookman INSTALLS OFFICERSLIVE We Deliver We Also Pill AH Doctors Prescriptions

I College Dr. Richard'V. Moore. try. PAY YOUR LIGHT, WATER AND TELEPHONE

Offering gratifying expressions Social Sew-
OAK The
to the memory of Dr. Bethune BILLS AT OUR STORE
anniversary
ing Club observed its 14th -
I were representatives from numer- recently in the Ebenezer PALATCAMAN --- -- --- -- -

ous organizations and cities; some AMU Church; Officers were In- YOU'LL ENJOY EATING AT DIXIE'S .
of whom are: Mayor J. Hart Longof

1 I I Samuel Daytona T..Johnson Beach,of Florida New ;Mount Rev. stalled the Rev.following H.lt.!'.'Patterson the program by SHOT BY 'WHITE LUNCH COUNTERAND \

The officers ate: Mrs. Rosa I
Zion Baptist Church; Rev. Sam- AND
Lee Fuller president;.>Irs. Agnes
uel P. Bell of Community Methodist .
DO-NUT STAND
Riche first vice president; Mrs. FARMERDavid MADE
. Church; Mr. Leroy E. North
S. H. Robinson, second vice presi- Hade Fresh Every Hour And "A Treat That You'll aepe.rDINNERS
flip,, Mrs. Ada Zieger, Miss Mary
U ---- dent; Mrs. G. B. Jones recording LUNCHES SANDWICHES
Divers, Mr. George W. Engram, -
secretary; Mrs. Mary F. ,Martin, FuDwood, a Palatka
Rev. Rhodes Thompson Mrs
I
assistant Mrs. EthelD. resident on. Madison Lane, was
secretary,
KEN KNIGHT George C. Zieger, and Dr. John SPECIAL suxnerROTISSERIE
VanderweH. 'Bass, financial secretary; Mrs. shot by a white Bostwick cattle- .
CHICKEN
PRESENTING --:" Musical selections "were rendered Maude Williams, treasurer.Mrs. man over the holiday week-end ,

KNIGHT TRAIN by the College Choir after H. I* Humphrey; business! Isiah Williams was freed on $1.29

8.9 PJI. -- 12.1 NIGHTLY which a solo by Mrs. ,Francis manager:; Mrs. destine Curry, $2,500 ban on charges d assaultto 2 Da boned Or Ba*-B-Q ,. '

SWEET _CHARIOT t .- Seals and the reading of a poem reporter; Mrs. S. B. Jones chairman murder.tfoWfr '
pesona1Jaen1ee committee; % officers: said that David -
by Miss Johnny M. Lynn brought
1400 WRHC 1400 the solemn and reverred affair to Miss 0. B. Calhoun chairman, FuHwood was shot at a house

a close. program committee; Mrs. AQie on Madison Lane In a dispute Dixie Pharmacy

ISO to 10:50( MONDAY thiv,1'EIDAYBLUES The ccasion served to enhancethe Jenkins, chairman social com ever $25 Williams says be was

IN THE KNIGHT already serenely wonderful mittee; Mrs. Louise Davis, social trying to collect. FuUwotxl Is .

10:30.12 MONDAY thru SATURDAY Memory of Dr. Bethune In the treasurer and Mrs. Willie Mae reported In .critical condition at JC1\gI Bead Kid Myril*

middle of All good Americans. Green chaplain.> a hospital In St. Augustine.

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I: .- Twenty Female Athletes To Compete /In Russia- '. ''; 'i.' I 1i



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Ray, "that he should b ..
\i t I fighting three times a year at FOUR GEORGIANS PICKED **********
q,1'I hi? age, not only to learn
more about his business, but
piling up some money. The TO COMPETE IN RUSSIA __ .
heavyweight title's the rich- S
est thing in boxing and Pat- By C. Parham Johnson

terson's wasting it." .
\ JOE LOUIS, the mighty ""America The Beauiful. the homeland of George
Washington Thomas Jefferson. Benjamin Franklin John
"BROWN BOMBER" of the a ( isx'
I Adams Abraham Lincoln and a host of other great ,Ameri-
C. Parham Johnson fistic world recently cele-
1 : By brated his 44th birthday cans will be represented by 52 men' and 20 women in !.
Russia July 27-28 as members of the AAU team.
CUBERT SMITH 21-year-o1d rookie pitcher with Erie among many admiring ,.
Out of the 20-girl team, 16
friends. He enjoyed a color P
the first
pitched
in the New York-Pennsylvania League
no-hitter of the season. His team went'on to defeat Auburn. ful career, fighting 71 bouts of them will also be representing and break records year after

l.0in, the seventh inning opener of,a doubleheader. Smith professionally, won 54 0 f the land that produced year. The Tigerbelles, coached
who was signed by the Detroit Tigers off the campus of them by knockouts, made Crispus Atucks;"Frede by Edward S. Temple with
West Virginia State College has a brother who also pitchesfor $3,799,659 and was in debtto rick Douglas, George Wash- vie in a number of other
the Erie club. The young right hander struck out six. Uncle Sam for $1,259,000 ington Carver, Booker T. European meets before re-
with only two men reaching first base in the league's only in back taxes, penalties and Washington, Benjamin Ban- turn to the United States.%

no-Utier. interest. neker. Paul Lawrence Dun- There is only one picturemore
_..... ..,. .
Lewis Barrow bornin
RALPH uufAa, who lost Joseph bar and a"host of other beautiful than an ar
a bid to win the lightweight pear to be all set for a mid- the red clay hills of Ala- colored Americans. tist's canvas showing the
boxing title to Champion Joe dleweight bout with the exception bama 44-years ago defendedhis When the 52 men and 20 sum as it sinks silently be-
,Brown, is still battling down of putting their title 25 times after win- women reach Russian soil hind the western hills at r
in New Orleans to have the signatures on the dotted line. ning it from James J. Brad- and the competition gets underway -eventide, and that is Americans S ,
t state declared colored, be has Should everything go well dock. He met and defeated the pride and gloryof engaged in athletic
waged a constant fight to be the fight will be staged in such masters of the ring as the DEAR OLD UNITED games side by side with no
ruled white in order to fight Derks Field, home of the Salt Tommy ,Farr, Nathan Mann, STATES will be at stake, thought of prejudice, no
in his own home state since Lake Bees baseball club the Harry Thomas, Max Schmel- what will the color of the thought of racial superiority,
Louisiana emphatically for- week of Sept. 7. ing, John Henry Lewis, Jack kin, the texure of the hair no thought of bombing the **********
bids mixed athletic competition. MANAGER WALT ALSTON -Roper, Tony Galento, Bob and the ancestral blood haveto fans who turn out to witness

Brown also of New of the Los Angeles Pastor, Arturo Godoy, John do wih tbringing victory the games, thought of sports- TWO BASEBALL FAVORITES Long before the
Orleans has to do his fighting Dodgers is doing a little bit! Paycheck, Al McCoy, Red back o he shores where "OldGlory" manship, pure,, clean and unadulerate born.
player shown the right in the picture was
Burman, Gus Dorazio, Abe on
elsewhere because of the .
of
everything to get his Dod waves as a protecting
Simon, Buddy Baer, Billy Leroy (Satchel) Paige was considered one of the great
Louisiana law. gers moving. Big Steve Bilko emblem of all mankind? When the squad reaches
THE ST. LOUIS CARDI replaced Norm Larker on Conn, Lou Nova and Tami Out of the number of the Russia, the land of The Iron est pitchers who ever lived. At an age when many
NALS have optioned Billy first base and Larker was Mauriello.The colored women on the team Curtain, the thought uppermost people are hobbling around on a cane. Paige is still
Muffett to Omaha of the shifted to left field to replace Brown Bomber was four 'of them are from the I in the minds of the pitching for the Miami Marlins in the International
American Association on a Junior Gilliam who was the idol of millions. In every state of Georgia. The four athletes will be bringing victory League. He recently won his fifth game of the season
24-hour recall basis. It was benched. Larker and Bilkoare nook and corner of the globe, Georgians are :Margaret 1 back to America. America with.a 1-0 game after giving up only two hits. He Is
Muffett who was doing the hitting at a terrific rate the name of Joe Louis was Mathews and Annie Lois will be waiting for the called the chief drawing attraction on the Miami club.
pitching last year when Hank and Alston shifted the lineup the by word of people in Smith of Alanta, Isabel Pan- report. On the left is young Curtis Flodd of the St. Louis
Aaron of. the Milwaukee to: keep both men in there at every walk of life. Louis won iels of Jakin, and :Martha -- Cardinals of the National League. Flood rates next to
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the hearts of millions and Willie Mays of the Giants as a cenlerfielder and he is
Braves clinched the pennant the same time. udson of Savannah. The en- When the keeper of the
then came the ill-fated night batting beyond the .300 mark. He has become an idol
with a home run and sent RAY ROBINSON, the mid- tire program is far larger records
the Braves into the World dleweight boxing championhas when he attemped a come- than that of one state, it Writes against all their among the St. Louis fans along with Stan (The Man)
back Ezzard Charles Musial. Last Season he played with Savannah in the
the New York against :
Series against disclosed a few days ago represents an entire nation. names,
Yankees.EX that he advised heavyweght after a short retirement. The Some of theother mem- It w MIDDLEWEIGHT champion Floyd Pattersonthat boxing world can never for- bers of the team are Mrs or lost ,
CHAMPION GENE FULL- his inactivity is ruininghim. get the examples set by the Earlene Brown of Los Angeles But how they played the
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MER and Joey Giardello ap "I told him," said Sugar "Brown Bomber" Barbara Jones, Lucinda games.It .
SMOOTH SAILING 'TIL Williams, Willie B. White, won't be any questions
WE MEET AGAIN! Marjorie Larney. The AAU asked I NOWOPEN!
"fPrw, was deaf, dumb and blind to About the victory coming

G TROUB LE WITH ':: NEW I .f:;,. . the color of the eyes, the hike back,
HpViN DELUXE of the skin and the ancestral I. It will be the whole team's

F ,% a'WAD BUMPS SHA VINE SO REGISTER YOU CAN NOW VOTE hold. It could only hear the victoryOf _
KMIisV 1W is made by the records of the various ath- both the white and
|X .MAGIC' letes, could only alk about black.
use
SHAVING I victory marches through Russia -

SYvayvne POWDER.,'-, Your Poland, Hungary and
r:* People/ ',Mw ,'? LuckyNumbers Greece, it could see only top PLAYERS NAMEDFOR' PALMSOF
/ 'x, athletes whom it felt could
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mout / I represent America. I
BEARD
1 REMOVES PIERS ANT TOSY usl:. .r/ The crack Tennessee State ALL-TIME.
FAST, nl Y scent. University Tigerbelles have!
ma
with a ,
perfamed continued to win victory alter -

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I In and Mall to: 9 7 Leonard, Homestead Grays. .
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NEVER Pitchers Leroy (Satchel) COMING NEXT WEEK !
I DISTILLED Paige, Birmingham Black
Barons and Kansas City Monarchs I
lONDONDtf STARTING MONDAY JULY' 21
Bullet Rogan, Kansas
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I THERE'S NO GIN/ LIKE : made the major leagues if
LEROY LAMBERT
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I he doors had been opened ; .
during their day. Only Sat- I
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YHE'FLOmJA STAB> Week> EuKag> Saturday..:July 19,. i9$8 ..a
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The unfortunates who at You can't think of "Blackhawk" that' beat 'S
BOOMS FOR RENT ROOM FOR"-RENT stay music and won big '
Johnnie's Rooming House. Finest I home.are finding solace in the air- not think of the Newport Jazz
in Jacksonville. AD modem Hoi, and cold water bath. CHIPS OFF THE BLOCK .. conditioned movies and in drivingout Festival We are waiting for E. J. raee.Quite a few out-of-towners took 1 .
"Lordy" Norman to back and advantage of the long week endand
conveniences. Room by day or Furnished room for ',rent. to one of the outlying spots get *
night. For information phone 1430 West '2nd Street. Call By JAY JAY give us a first hand report on the came down from Tallahasseeto
The Ribault, Country Club and activities at Newport "Lordy spend the Fourth. Bob Wat- *
EL 5-4025. 627 West Ashley St. EL 43370.STRAND .
Tony's are all having busy sea- wuz dere." kins and Ida Wilson were among E
"Snmmr is half way over, it is sons. The movie-goers have been John "B.B." Pickens is planningto those who had house guests.Dr. ,

SUNDAY THRU .SATURDAY as hot as blazes and ..the worst the luckiest; this summer has seen stage a big' rock 'n roll show I. E. Williams, prominent' .

ain't .here .yet. .."'alt ..tin .."dogr just before school opens. Also by medico, sailed from New YorkJuly *
JULY 20 -26 very good prgorama at all of the
days." A heat beaten "blockster"wiped the grapevine-Fats Domino is 10 aboard the Queen Eliza- *
houses. headed this way. beth. The local physician plans to
his wet brow and hurried
Typical of the bills is the first- July 4th they packed them in at visit former school mates and .

into one of the ..air ..conditioned run "Saint Louis Blues" starring I the Armory. Almost everybody friends in England and do some

TARZANSFIGHT lounges spouting those word We Nat "King" Cole which will open came to hear and see Buddy John- sightseeing bfore returning to the I.

.1 had to agree with the fellow and son and his sister Ella. The John States. 1 *
at the Strand Sunday. Critics: are
son band gave out with one of its, Captain Evont Bowens, his wife,
wonder what will it be like in
FOR a acclaiming this tribute to the late, *
LIFICOLOR most inspiring recent sessions. The Lois and the children have just 1
few more weeks. great W. CrHandy; I
LGORDON scon> } boys! were sharp.Th returned from Japan. Evont's next
!
other loud noise you can still tour of duty will take him to Fort : /JlrwZr
Plus- JOSE FERRER in "HIGH COST OF LOVING"ROOSEVELT
hear is George Christopher down Eustis, Virginia. Lieut. Nevada

AUTO SEAT COVER SALE New Berlin way telling how his Thomas, Army Nurse Corps, spenta :

SUNDAY THRU TUESDAY few days in town before report-r

JULY 20 22 ROOM FOR RENT ing to her new duty post in Texas.

THE WIDEST ERA e/orCALJfflRNLVS DAYS! CLEAR PLASTIC SEAT COVERS Furnished room. Couple only. I Bobby McDonald and his wife,
FRONTIER
$19 95 Nice location. All conven- Joey, arrived from New;York for
Any Standard Sized CarLeatherette iences. Phone EL 51786. I a short stay with Bobby's moth .,
er. Bobby is sporting a new Cor- A tip .f the Pepsi Cop

1 Trimmed ROOM FOR RENT vette. His madam is still in the to these Americans outstanding who
young
SAREN PLASTIC COVERS $19.95 Modern furnished room in Army Nurse Corps. make our country and

jur **MAIU mvt FIBRE COVERS as low as $14.95 private home. Phone EL- The four pasenger "Thunder- our community a better
DOOR $3.95 HEADLINERS $22.95 4-6515. bird" been place In which to live
j .' MILLIHTANWYWFITZGERAW'Plus I I I PANELS you've seeing belongsto .
David Johnson of St. Louis.
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APARTMENT
FOR RENT David .i i i..i & i
-1st RUN DRAMATIC THRILLERIWHi..ava"THaR. is the field representative of w w JlllJlII'JII"WWW"JIII"
Free: 2 door panels if you bring this ad or say you Unfurnished new two bed* Krey Meat Products, who market .
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WAS om 11 r I ,
THERE wa. b'le' saw it in the STARPOLLARD'S room apt. 1036 West 23rd canned chitterlings.Even :
D II 1 Street. Phone EL 57172. though votter registrationis T.T
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.ahnnr m
lagging 'way behind the political -
WARNER BR05. II pots are bubbling over. Latest *
ftor.. <'"::! 1 l'! III.-MISS E1HEl6aRRP 1 1GE( (EC'KEWL41! Y C' n:;ar O:,, AUTO SEAT COVERS OSSIE COATSCHARTERED surprise was the entrance of *

Also No. 13 "BATMAN" & New Popeye Cartoon BUS Wayne Ripley into the state sen- *
2007 Road EL 5-4791
Kings
STRAND ate race. Wise boys are waitingto
IT'S COOL AND COMFORTABLEROOSEVELT! SERVICE seew how this will affect the Ir'

1543 W. Beaver Street

odds.The smoke and thunder from the __ _. n'., *:>:' >>-
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;'J I Phone EL 6-3729
ANNOUNCING II golf course situation has sort of FRANKIE KNOX *'
died down. Many are looking for

A } : expected reprisals. Shorly before Douglas Senior Anderson High School Junior #T
Homes At
Bargain FIRST SUN. the suit was filed, a city policemanwas
Frankie*
RITZ| < Tribute is paid to
A NEW RUN WED. "sent to Siberia" which is the
of the 10th grade class.*
punishment beat on the Eastside.
4 bedroom home. Largelot She is a member of the*
Lovely The patrolman is enjoying himself
le4 Twelve Club. Trea-
Loyal
completely re-decorated. because
every day he is meetingnew
1840 Maharry Ave .E of the Science Club.:
Modern Conveniences. M RAMP people he did not know. Seemsas surer

PRICE 9450.00 TAXI CABSERVICE and hot-blooded though when one of the colt a member of the National*T

tJELLCAT! j ored officers get out of line he is Honor Society and is dlil.
Lovely Modern Home. Will paint Thsy matched each j taken out of the car and given a Haled with the Mt. Olive*T

2053 W. 17th Street and re-decorate to suit the buyer. ether sin for sin! 'I 'walking beat. Baptist Church. *

PRICE 8450.00 Terms. t On the subject of colored cops, I ..Jtf..1f.Jt.f.Jt: Jl..1f.I.I. *

I another sergeant's exam will be I
Lovely modern 2 bedroom home.
2319 Woodland St. PRICE...: 7950.00 \ I t given on August 11th. Folks up-
tj stairs thought that the
Three bedroom home, small store TO SERVE j previous
1216 W. 31st Street I exam was a little too stiff. .
in front. PRICE 745000. I
Also
t. I If on the law enforcement

Lot. Bargain Duval County Residents side Deputies WillieVeston and ae.r' .
Cor. Mitchell and Two Houses and, one y 1.A t tI
the other. Joe McClone staged a holiday
Wilson Street Live in one, rent STARTING MONDAY JULY 21 I
,
PRICE $9,500.00 I It spree and placed 15 persons behind
3 vFRANKIE barn after a series of shine and
bolita
. S. FOR RENT 1 raids. ._
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1270 W. 14th Street Three ((3)) bedroom house, hot RUNNING FROM FLORADALE & MAGNOLIA Home entertaining was'the vogue WARREN JACKSON, JR.

4water. PRICE $17.50 per week GARDENS TO ANYWHERE IN THE CITY OR for the Fourth. The aroma of it Douglas Anderson Junior
backyard barbecue was Senior High School

Several houses not mentioned in this ad COUNTY. everywhere ic(
will be shown by appointment. along with the unmistakable Warren is a member of the
VACANT LOTS IN ALL PARTS OF THE CITY F odor of boiling crabs and frying t 10th grade class where he
RENTAL AND PROPERTY MANAGEMENT WHEN YOU NEED CAB SERVICE DINE I fish. serves on the Debating
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MORTGAGE ON IMPROVED PROPERTY FROM. COUNTY TO CITY 1 1IToflC Al and Dot Williams had friendsin ic Team. He is a member of

who played bridge socialized! ft(the Student Council National -
OR FROM CITY TO
MARSHALL L. BROWN COUNTY and partook of Al's mulling I ic I Honor Society and

Registered Real Estate Broker CALLEbony followed Joe Flanders and droppedin ic attends Friendship Baptist
Office Phone on Ida Wilson and Leen Jenkins Church. He become
EL 4-1827 Res. EL 6-3486 plans to
at their Floradale home. \Ve '
I a Laboratory Tech-
703 BROAD STREET
met Otto and McQueen
Cabs Carolyn 'niai no.
Elmer Tossi, Betty Thomas of
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West Palm Beach, Leo
IIWq1 I Thompkins, ..
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Hilda Rylander of York, Pa., and -
Telephone: PO 46438RATES Delores DeBarry of West Palm i(

High SchoolGRADUATES Beach. With the exception of De- r iC

lores 'all of the folk are attending w iCiC
.Floradale-Magnolia Area To Downtown 50c Also HOUR OF DECISION the Summer Sessions at FAMU. i ig

Magnolia-Floradale area to Palms 25c Now Playing Ida and Lee are both employed

Palms to City or City to" Palms _:_ 50c Fred MacMurray in in Palm Beach County. r 9h

Floradale-Magnolia Area To Country Club ____ 50c "DAY OF THE BADMAN" Our second stop was with Elsie iCiC

and "GUN GIRLS" Francis -and her mother. Mrs. h

Thompson did justice to the barbecue ....
and chitterlings and other I.. -_ I iC
CAN YOU SEE YOURSELF AS. AN things on the menu and we worked MARY ROSE HARPER -tc
with the martinis.
EXECUTIVE SECRETARY Douglas Anderson 4*
JEROME'SCAFEr The only thing wrong with a Junior

CLERK- TYPIST day like the one we spent on the High School t

RECEPTIONIST Fourth Is that It Is too short. With

such an early start we just could- In line for a Pepsi cita--tc

(or) BOOKKEEPER ..: ,rH roV. rs' n't make It through the dance. tion is this 9th grade stu-
George Washington was looking dent who is a member of J

,for a bride as a birthday present the New Homemakers club
Jx ...,
. WALKER'S i p 'but missed out. However, the I she is a member of the"7'

popular Westsider had a nice time Mt.. Zion Holiness usher T*

eating ice cream and cake.., The board and vice president C
I bride-to-be didn't want to do it of the choir. -tc

i Vocational & CommercialCOLLEGE I ala and Folkston all the trimmings.but wants He the doesn't altor * *

fa !' know how lucky he is. *,

Happy birthday to James and
w Congratulations from Pepsi
Estelle
Williams of our clan who
Cola
to theo three Merit
.3 have natal days this week and Awarad winners!
rf also to Dick Weathersbee. f
I Listen to Pepsi Merit Award
If you pass by Manuel's and :, 9 alotatkm on Pepsi Cola
Offers the above courses designed especially for hear real professional like war- rEEN.TDJEWBUO UOO
bling stop In and look. You on your dial Saturday.
local people Requirement time for finishing ': may *. 10:45.
I : be lucky enough to catch Johnnie to 11:45 A3L

-20 Weeks Maximum Low monthly pay- { \ 7iT I Mae Wright. The local lass can *

ments. really sing. Here's hoping 'she *
gets a break soon.

GET AWAY FROM HOUSEWORK OR THAT, -. -.. .r i The books are open until the 9th .

LOW P AY N G JOB BY PREPARING [ "' :of tered August. If you have not regis *
do so now. Your vote Is
YOURSELF FOR SKILLED EMPLOYMENT. I I needed. If you have registered *

check up on your friends and *
732 remind -
-'A Job Is Awaiting You Upon Graduation WEST ASHLEY STREET i them to register.

FHEE:LIFETIME EMPLOYMENT SERVICE I Keep this In mind-I may not
-;.Jeroma Singlelary. popular businessman Is wilE his i play golf but 111 defend the
'''' ''''''''' Men corps of efficient wailreases rightof
on hand to serve the public in .his newly renovated cafe formerly the Cha- those who want to play golf.
WRITE OR CALL MR. GATES TODAY AT Ift let. Give the golfers your support in

1832 N. Myrtle Avenue Elgin, 4-3453 With the proprietor from :their case. PeplOola ..
left
are Voncreasa Mack. Wonnle Newkirk, Annie
Jacksonville 9. Florida Rose Breaker. De.ier, o!
Pansy Smith Elisabeth Mays Mildred Rivers and Maltle Wilson. Jaetrsmrll3e .
"' '\fMM'MM' REGISTER. NOW

APPROVED FOR VETERAN'S TJWNi _G and Jerome's delicious Cafe sandwiches.offers.a variety of .- .including fried (chicken fried fish SO YOU CAN VOTE


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