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Florida star
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Florida star (Jacksonville, Fla.)
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Florida star news
Physical Description:
v. : ill. ; 58 cm.
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Jacksonville Fla
Creation Date:
July 12, 1958
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Also available on microfilm from the University of Florida.
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Vol. 12, no. 13 i.e. 39 (Jan. 6, 1962)-
General Note:
"Florida's statewide black weekly."
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Publisher: Eric O. Simpson, Feb. 14, 1981- .
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University of Florida
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Negro Citizens Urged k F'JRI/J BT"R A ilf+

To Become Registered' 0

-VOL.=N0.20 And NEWS JULY.12. 1958 JACKSONVILLE 9. FLORIDA 15_Can ; 'I: U

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Tuberculosis Association of Duval Co.



A drive aimed at registering

40.000 Negro Jaxons began here

last Monday under fhe sponsorship -
of the FLORIDA STAR sl' 4 For Love-Nest Murder.t.

In l'oopt"ratlonith the Duval

chic League and other chic rt k

pond social clubs and religions:; a.yv' t."

groups.It .
was reported that a number .

hate of begun rommunit\vy calling:; at homes workers toset \ ARREST OF BISHOP EARLY MORNING LOVER'S FIGHT

""me,cir up:not rents free!yet for transportation registered.;persons who TheIr ap-' qe d x .. ISSUED> !N$30,000 EMBEZZLEMENT I..ENDS IN SHOOTING OF JAX MAN,

\.I"/ ill ho intensified during

the next two weeks. w -_._.- __u .", ,- -- -.brw, +4 ..__..;,.;....::.;.....N.N".I._;: was transformed'
I PHILADELPHIA, PEVN.Bisuop} I\,gatrVa; rd l xichjls The love-nest of an unmarried Jacksonville couple

Eric O. Simpson,, FLORIDA CHECKS SCHEDULE = Mrs. Minnie Kidd Health fOrlW r,presidmg pitiatj of ILe rn&t. Episcopal District into a bloody: den when a lovers' fight developed into a fatal. murder
STAR : said the
publisher that Education worker. Tuberculosis Association is shown before being assigned to the Eleventh Episcopal District of last Sunday morning.The .
high cost of transporting .Iaons \- above checking the schedule of the mobile I ordered victim of the fatal shooting
x-ray unit the Afi'Lan/JMhocliM: : i : FpopQl i 1 Chnrc'i has been Bradwell taken -
to the Office wounded
Registration: I which begins a tour. of neighborhood areas on July 17. .lield under 1,000 bail and to appear before a grand jury on Commonwealth St. The Medical Center vhere--
It bring: met by contributionsfrom "Get Your Free Chest X-Ray" is the slogan the asso I charges fraudulent: conversion and embezzlement. after Lucious BradweU. father of the to Duval dead on arn-
citizens and organizationsand he was pronounced
: ciation will victim.told police his son and Ma
use during the 18 day period the mobile a bearing before a Magistrate.
monies raised from val Dr. J.
through; unit will be available. The is Jointly Bishop NicoK who tins been the mie Joe Pierce, 33, awakened him by
x-ray survey
sponsorship of a "Register :mdVote" Mamie Joe Pierce who led police -
; sponsored by the Health period ever about 2:15: a.m. fighting in the
City Department. State Boardof I center: of a"stormy I death was
page appearing<< ; in the SCHOOL GIRLMURDERED bedroom.He to where the gun
Health and Tuberculosis Association. since the General Conference held I held for homicide investi
Negro; publication. is being
4 said while they were fight-
lliaini charged with
In .is; now i
The FLORIDA STAR has donated gation.NAACP'.
fount ing he heard a shot and his son
for than
falling to- 8. more
nearly a full page for a + ON fell to the floor in the
POLICE CHIEF AND ROAD GANG $300,000 Jn ;AME: Church funds
"Register and. Vote" messagesee Tile \varra2it: for the arrest of I between his bedroom and the liv-
( 5)) to be sponsored by BEGINS
page ing room.
Bis1'1otilNufu v'ts3 signed by the S .
firms, organizations and individuals. FOREMAN QN.-TRAILFOR MURDERORLANDO Rev.cltI ...S ', CT i iTiiftiuiSUSv, .- d1II.AU On arrival police found the' ..,o _
4 The money from the of Ruf fii'.Nchc>l&Memorial Churcof : calibre death pictol which the victim -: .
sponsorships Is used to defray Ruffin Nichols Memorial said was his, and kept ,in his STATEWIDECAMPAIGN\
the cost of transporting citizens attorney (AP) A seventeen- bed.
Church ,J. Austin Norris, -
to register and other costs The trial of a prison foreman and a ; year-old Booker T. Washington
Smith, said thatthe
fcr the Rev.
connected" with the drive. Seminole County constable began Monday with the defense Committee of the High School student was fatally

Registration Campaign head attorneys telling the jury that the two escapees who Budget Church stabbed in the chest at around ,
General Board of the :'YOUNG WOMAN
quarters have been set up In were shot, resisted arrest. criminal 1215am. last Saturday morningby
I had authorized the proceedings
the Florida Star Building, 2323 :Marvin :Merritt who was to ,his feet, handcuffed and the "Bishop. an unknown assailant who fled TAMPA Shortly after the

Mon rlef Rd., corner of 13th wounded in the chest and put into the police car. 'In the against Nichols is accused unacoosted from the midst of over U. S. Supreme Court ruled Alabama -
Street. Persons- desiring free arm testified that he and Stanley testified that he of establishing "The Book 17 passengers who weer riding tke ,, ; could not legally force the

transportation to register may John Leroy Young escaped neither kicked nor clubed Nook," The Allen Building Fund" early morning bus in which the incident NAACP to reveal identities of its

call EL 4-3773 or EL 46782. from the road camp 0 n Merritt. but did hit him witha having ministers to rash checks occurred. i JUMPS OUT CABA members, the Florida branch.step-
The Registration Office in branch from a bush, having Fredricka'Sweeting died an hour its drive.
March 5, 1955 and two days I made out to them and turning the ped up membership
the new Courthouse on East later gave themselves up already turned his gun over over to him. hour after she was taken to the Robeart. Saunders field secretary -

Bay Street, is open Monday after being found by the ,to a member of the possee money The *"Book Nook" was estab- hospital.: j of the Florida NAACP, said
through Friday from 8 a.m. to which had then arrived. find rational A mother with
lawmen. by lished to sen religious books, sheet "We can no mo- a rec- the dicision would "give a big
5 p.m. Persons may also! register !- Roe Wilkins the tive whatsoever the girl was ord of previous suicide attempts
Merritt said that while heand gave just music and other church merchandise apparently boost" to the organization's cur-
on Tuesday and Thursday killed for tried apparently, to end her life
opposite testimony, saying nothing a rent membership drive.
Young were trying to I but it is charged money
nights from 6 p.m. to 9 p.m. that the defendants tracked thrill." by jumping out of a taxicab last Attorneys for the Florida legis-
I into the Nichols fam- .
was going
get a ride to Sanford, A. D.
The books will be closed
on Road foreman he escapees to McCalls quarters ily. Attorney Noms said he Bus driver Jack LeGue'rrier said Tuesday nIght. lative committee that are seeking
Stanley, Camp
August and George Kelsey police I I in Oviedo, Stanley firedat would prove the "Book Nook" be- that two men flagged down the Mrs. Claretha Andrews an un- possession of the membership rolls

chief of Oviedo drove and Young when the convict longed to Mrs. Nichols. bus and sat beyond the girls. employed laundry worker, who of the Florida branch said he did

I asked if they had seen up two "jumped Kelsey" and shot The Allen Building was said to 1 Emma Lee Sweet told police she lives at 1264 West 27th Street, not think the ruling would affect

Merritt when "he attemptedto have been bought in Nichols' name noticed the two men watching jumped out of the moving cab at the committee's case.
men at that moment Merritt
; .escape". and the rent collected for office I"peculiarly" at she and her sister Woodlawn Circle and Moncrief Mark Hawes of Tampa, attorney
said that Stanley recognized
ASKED I The foreman of the camp space was Nichols' money. The Fredricka; she remembers tellingher Road before the cab driver or any for the legislative investiga-
and both of the
Young men
I and the police chief of Ovei- Bishop win face many chargesfor sister of this and was informed of the four passengers could'stop ting committee, said "from what I
jumped out of the car with
i do are being tried in U.S. fraudulent use of money collected I to look the other way.The her.The read in the press the two cases
their pointed at Young.
FOR KILLER guns I District Court for "willfully in the First District that bus had gone about four blocks, young woman was taken to (Alabama-Florida) are different,"

Continuing his testimony depriving" the fugitives of rightfully belonged to the AME she said when the two men got Brewster Hospital where she was and the decision passed would not

Merritt said that Stanley i their rights "while acting Church when he stands trial on up "still looking at us and walked i treated for minor cuts and bruises be applicable to the committee'scase.

OF CAR DRIVER looked at him and said under the color of the law" the cka.rges.I slowly to the front of the bus." and held for psychiatric treatment He felt he could better elab-

"There's, the other" switchedhis r and "without due process of 1 Upon disembarking, the shorter of orate alter reading the decision.

gun from Young to Mer- law". the two men pulled a knife and i She said she suffered from frequent Hawes will attend a Miami

Edward E. Spaulding, 25, of 1529 ritt and then back to Young :. I I DEMOCRATIC plunged it into Fredricka's chest. .. fainting spells and as a result hearing Thursday before Circuit

W. Beaver St., was found guilty and fired; at the same time HAWKINS SAYS 15-20 4 I Both men fled alongside the bus was unable to hold any of the Judge Ray Pearson, at which time

last Tuesday night of first degree Kelsey turned his weaponon andd isappeavd amid the screamsof various laundry jobs she tried to he plans to bring contempt cita-

murder by a Circuit Court jury Merritt. :Merritt said at : MAY TRY TO ENROLLAT the passengers. do. tions for 15 witnesses who refusedto
which recommended mercy. The his time both he and Young I U. OF FLORIDA Doctors said the fainting sp-!*5.; testify at the committee's last

verdict which was handed to Judge had their hands in the air.1' I I were due to malnutrition, session in Miami last February.

McNeill means an automatic sent- He fell unconscious and TALLAHASSEE Virgil Hawkins MEET CALLED I VOCATIONALSCHOOL The young mother who has four Saunders, of the NAACP. said

ence of life imprisonment for the when he woke up Kelsey who spent the past nine .1 children contended that she fell persons feared retaliation by the

prisoner.The kicked him in the head and 'ears seeking admission to the .,out of the cab "accidentally" but I prosegregation whites and would

murder trial of Spaulding commanded "Get up and run, i University of Florida said that between A special meeting of the SLATESREGISTRATION admitted that she was despondent I II not join because their identity

opened Monday in Circuit Court Merritt said he was pulled I 15 and 20 Negroes would Democratic committeemn and I because she was dropped from the might become known.

before Judge A. D. McNeill. apply for admission to the all- committeewomen has been call- welfare department rolls. He said this is true in North-
west Florida "We have found
Spaulding Is accused of the white school this fall. ed for Tuesdaye"en1ng:, July
April 3 pistol slaying of Arthur MRS. T. REDD DIES Since the final decree lifhting 15, In' the Library of Edward MONCRIEF RESIDENT there has been a lot of intimida
tion. He added, "When men
Richa rdsan. segregation was passed by a federal : Waters.College.
THURSDAY MORNINGMrs. district court last month, The Duval STRUCK tion the NAACP In Quincy for instance -
Richardson who was driving a only The, meeting win begin County Vocational BY HEARSE
good-will car during the recent bus one Negro has applied. promptly at 8 p.m. and Is 'being High School, will open you might as! well get your"

strike was slain on Helena Street Teleathia Redd of 2837 Hawkins said he would reapplyfor held under, the sponsorship for the schpol year of 1958- A Moncrief Road resident' belongings and get out of there.
The teachers well the do-
as as
and the state maintains that Moncrief Road, died at a local hos- admission to the UniversityLaw of the Duval Civic League for 50, July 14.Registration. will struck down by an ambulance near destine have been intimidated

Spaulding shot Richardson In an pital Thursday morning following School this fall, and would the purpose! of arranging for be held at 8:30: a.m., July 14. her home last Wednesday.Miss afraid to so
try to get other qualified studentsto qualification of committeemen will be they are join.
attempted robbery.The a brief flmfaw. Training offered in Wilestha DeCoursey of
Saunders made it known "We
defendant Mrs. Redd member of the apply for admission to other and commltteewomn from the the following trades; Auto 2003 Moncvrief .
was Indicted bya was a Road suffered severe are calling: for all of our branches
grand jury June 13, and a not St. Thomas Baptist Church the professional schools such as medi- various precincts.It :Mechanics, Auto Body, Fender Injuries: when she waited into in Florida in.the light of the' decision -
cine, and
guilty plea was made at an arraignment Rev. W. fc. Neal pastor. She was pharmacy.: was ,announced that dar and Spray Painting, the path of a Carter Funeral to conduct all-out membership -
before Judge McNeffl formerly a, member of Second It is speculated that Jhe Boardof ing the session plans will be :Business Education and Office Home hearst driven by O. C. Jer- campaigns to work toward

on June 20 Baptist Church where she servedIn Control which governs the University discussed for better ways to Practice, Cabinet Making nigan.-proprietor of the ..firm.It full compliance with the. laws d
system decide to
various capacities for a num- may open bring about community Improvement Tailoring, Sheet :feW, "'
Tee court had 'appointed attoivneys Florida State University I reported that the hearse the land.
"John 0. Jackson and WQUaxn ber of years. schools to Negroes: GOT graduate Collins following which consideration ,Shoe Repair; Radio _and Television was reutrning from a funeral 'by He.referred. to the court's decision -
will be given to selecting -
Bostwick to defend Spaulding.. She leaves to mourn her passing said he favored such action.. new andcommitteewMnen ..Repair, Beauty Culture way of Moncrief Road when upon as "the spark that Is needed"

a husband, Augustus Neal, The' deadline' for registration: commltteeinen ,and Practical Nursing. The approaching the 2000 block It In easing the minds of the Negroes -

t : two sons George! Redd, a wen and taking admission frmlntlons *- will include,for 'replace.Speakers 'Mrs. .Practical Nursing'and Beauty swerved to the. left In order to who fear "their names wouldbe

REGISTER NOW Down citizen of Jacksonville; at': the graduate schools is Democratic : Culture' courses are" both 'approved avoid hitting the victim. Miss De opened to hostile scrutiny from

SO YOU CAN VOTE Woodrow Redd, of New York City, August 15. FSU registrar's office ttltteewomaa Battle Dir ,' Mrs. L"ii cores WnpromlDt.at by. their respective Coursey, however, ran Into the those whose purpose would be toseek
Mrs. Ruby Smith, of Philadelphia, state boa.rch.Registration. pall of the
said graduate students must take oncoming vehicle in an reprisals and to intimidateNAACP
ATVOTERS dvio worker,
and relatives and friends. effort to
many qualifying for -the Nursing avoid It. Miss DeCoursey members because they

40,000 NEGBO Funeral announcements have necessary August 14 to be admitted examinationby this, and_Eris Simpson, local news Course will be'held July is reported to be on the critical list with the Constitution of the Uni-
-'.' '. .- S'S editor. I at Brewster "
not been made. fan. 23 at 8:30: a.m. Hospital. ted States.





Two. THE FLORIDA STAR Week Ending. Saturday. July 12. 135 :.

THI FLORIDA STAR, 'Politics As Usu I"' I

/ 1Q
NEWS By Eric O. Simpson '


Published by The Florida Star Publishing Co. f eol The three big issues among Duval citizens, politically, are: the ,;

t State Senate race, the U.S. Senate race and the suit to open the .;.
MAIN OFFICE & PLANT: municipal golf courses to Negroes. f

XS23 Moncrief Road ............... EL 4-6782 EL ,4.8783Downtown Strangely enough, the U.S. Sen-
from quarters. Others contend
ate race is not the hottest issue many
Branch, Office: 423 Broad Street-Phone EL 4-3773
that it be
might a maneuver
1 at the moment; but as days go,
to call the hand and
mayor's at
by I daresay it will become more
the same time win a lot of followers -
Mailing : intensified. The most talked about
P. O. Box 661, Jacksonville I, Florida matter at the moment is the state by championing a cause that
no self-respecting Negro will
senate race which has created a
, >, o -a he is against.. '
Erie O. Simpson ......................................Editor .mss. great deal of discussion since the
O. Farham Johnson ........................ ...News Staff 'wc'c entry of ex-senator Wayne Ripley There are very few Negroes in

AIU mae Richardson .........................CIrtdlatkm Dept. into the race. their right minds who will say .;.
/ / The most significant they are against any move to

: I ..matter break down the barrier of sew
Member of Associated Negro Press N G gation. However there are thou-
and .the.. most sands who will tell you that there

r widely discussed i are more worthy things to fight
SUBSCRIPTION RATES I for right now than the privilegesof
issue among the '
One Year $5.00; Half Year $3.00; Three Months, $L80 playing on a golf course, daily.

Mailed To Yon, Anywhere' In The United States. politicians, the An idea of how some of the ordinary -
Sobecriptlons Payable In Advance. Send lAecks or Money Orders To citizens
6 :. 4ji pseudo politicians feel about the mat-
FLORIDA STAB-P. O. BOX JACKSONVILLE I, FLORIDA a and the ter may be gleaned from some

statements I've overheard. One
race leaders i s fellow was heard to say: "He

PASSAGE OF CIVIL RIGHTS ACT the golf course ought to be fighting for more policemen

and more money and
SIMPSON deal. to get some Negro firemen."

RATED FOREMOST ACHIEVEMENT .Surprisingly- enough the golf Another street corner panelist
s'k'1 course suit has-t;; aroused a great opined: 'That golf course suit is

deal of Interest among the bulk of alright, but what we Negroes needis
1 r i.
J ordinary colored citizens who cus- some of them city and county
Passage of the Civil Rights Act by Congress is rated the
tomarily, show little interest in so we can get some money to
foremost achievement in the field of human rights in 1957 such matters. Evidence of this buy golf clue m Man I ain't

by the National Association for the Advancement of Colored got no time to play no golf now
lack of interest: was seen in the I need some bread.
in its for the
People report year. THE ISSUE BEFORE THE COURT IS CLEAR. LIBERTY OR MOB RULE response to a recent mass meetIng -

"Other events of the year of historic significance in the called to protest the City Com- Hampton's courage will be ad-
for include the of federal by many who do not inter-
struggle equal rights use troopsto
mission's rejection of the plea to pret his action as being inspiredby
sustain a federal court order requiring the admission of malice
open the city-owned golf courses : political design.
Negro students to a previously all-white high school in lit- Your Weekly to/Negroes. The meeting at Bethel Whatever the motives may be, one

tle Rock, Ark., the enactment of a New York City ordinance Baptist Church drew just a handful thing is sure, and that is'we'll \

banning racial and religious discrimination in the rental or to form know better when the 1960 elections f
hardly enoungh a
Guide roll around and
. sale of private housing, the first such ordinance to be en- Horoscope we see which
good quorum. side of the fence Hampton is on in
acted in any American city; and the continuing.desegregation I the mayor's race. \
WHICH ARE YOUR LUCKY DAYS FOR Most of the discussion among
of public schools in compliance with the U.S. Supreme .
the behind the scenes politicians The Negro police division has !
Court ruling of May 17, 1954. BUSINESS LOVE TRAVEL
The further maintains is centered around the political aspects been the center of mild turmoil in
report that the overall advance
recent weeks. First
made in 1957 were "encouraging." The Civil Rights Act, By PABLO, The ASTROLOGERARIES of the move. Many see it taken out of the patrol Hampton cars was and

the first such measure enacted by Congress in 82 years, provides as just that a political move. made to walk a beat Then the

federal protection of the Negro's right to vote. Al- Others question the appropriate- next thing is that only one man

though the measure as passed was not the bill originally ces on your part and a tighter own terms rather than try to neses of the suit being brought bya came out with a passing grade

introduced with Administration support "Association lead- Born March 21 thru April 20th domestic budget. I impose your own. You can be city policeman-who in this case for promotion to sergeant; and af- I
The examples of your friends, 310111315310.LEO sure that rivals are watching ter that comes suit by one of the
happens to be ; Frank-H": i i):
ers agreed that the law was effective and would facilitate -
the demands of your vanity or closely for mistakes or weaknesses Negro policemen against the city. 4
expanded registration and voting of Negroes in the South," the pursuit of love and pleasureare on :your part with a view ton. .

the report points out. all potential threats to fat Born July 24th thru August 23rd of exploiting them to your loss To begin with it seems rather A few years ago deceased Dem-

as well as emaciated pocktbooks You can, be.. a very arduous and their profit 12th thru 14th. awkward for one to be suing an institution ocratic chairman Edgar W. Way-
especially on the 11th. Local, national worker for the upliftment of 8-60-77-5 -75 865. or firm-which happensto
bright named several Negroes to
FROM GNAWING RODENTS or international develop- mankind once your imaginationhas be the city in this case and serve as committeemen and com-

ments may cause you to consider been awakened and your SAGITTARIUSBorn reamin in its employ. Then there mitteewomen. :Many of them were (

dropping some of your pet sense of justice aroused. You Nov. 23rd thru Dec. 21st are others who feel that if Frank later elected and of the group several -

TO BROTHERS ALL WE HOPEA plans or project. because of the can ask yourself some very per- .Rou may now be inclined to Hampton should have to be severed of them have remained total-

uncertainties of an economic as tinent questions regarding your impose your philosophies and will from the police departmentit ly inactive.It .
wen as personal nature. You true role in the world and whe- on the one who shares your would be an unnecessary sacri-
should allow yourself to be guid- ther or not ambition exacts too exist':mce. You could succeed to fice of a man with several years is possible that many of the
dear old English gentleman once said: "By gnawing ed by sound and practical reasoning stiff a price A disappointment some extent on the 10th-11th if seniority after all the agitating to committeemen and committeewomen -

through a dyke, even a rat can drown a nation." rather than by your feelingson that has to do with friends, social you take the pains to explainyou get the number of colored policemen are not cognizant of the func-

With due respect to this now famed orator Edmund the 15th-16th, and you may interests, talents and emo- views and. to present corroborating increased. service tions they should perform or the

Burke, I'd like to add that the rodent has today taken on a thus prevent a showdown. tional interests should not be evidence. But if you adopta Many are of the opinion that the the primary they can elections render.the So FLOR1 come 1
4-50-22 48-21-453. allowed to affect physical more high-handed manner and
multitudinous form, and like his predecessor, is aware of the wel-being on the 12.13th.your expect others to knuckle under suit could have been filed without IDA STAR will campaign to ousta

presence of many other rats within the portals of the city; 6-00-U-9'7-U-691. you may only create resentmentsand Frank Hampton despite the fad number of these committeemenand

but still yet he gnaws on and on, fully aware that one day TAURUSBom arouse active oppositionon that his evidence presents the women who have proven
strongest argument that there is themselves undesirable. I
he might flood us all including himself Thank God April 21st thru Slay 21st VIRGO the 12 thru 14th. discrimination
at the links. Any citizen who desires to run
rats can't swim.It As long as you have forseen Born August 24th thru Sept. 23rd There are many who will argue for Democratic committeeman or
and have You could be attracted to a CAPRICORNBorn
every eventuality -
prepared that Hampton's action has placed committeewoman from his or her
is further hoped that by then all of the
< Dec. 22nd thru Jan. 20th
for it there is little left person or cause on the 10th-11th,
Mayor Haydon Burns in awk- precinct and is to render
an ready a ,
straws that drowning personnel usually grasp for will be for you to do but to let events but give. careful consideration to You usually are not consideredthe ward since \
position the mayor is service in the community is urged
out of reach of the rodents, that is. unfold themselves to the point the possible effect this could sort of person who wastes credited with naming Hampton to to contact this writer. He will
where become to ha\e self-esteem and words or who makes idle state- (
you surer as your the police force over objections such and
Most unfortunate for the present is the fact that there'sstill support men women.
what your next move should be future way of life. There appears ments. EVen then you may be i i 1 1LET'S
a host of choice straws to be had, so, every other week : A surprising occurence may add to 'be an opportunity therein tempted or tricked into revealingsome

we are faced with the expert waving of these porous little to your cash or property hold to attract considerable good of your secrets, personal

Banners which :fool very. few, but annoy so many. ings on the 10th-11th If you act fortune as well, and it will be and financial and this could GET TOGETHERMEN
with promptitude. Retrenchment, to the most discerning Virgoans eventually turn out very dis- I
The latest of these incessant incantations is subtle I
a very frugality and the pressure of .b- that a handsome prize will be advantageously for you. Main & WOMEN WANTEDTo Ii
line that's now being passed around dealing with the presence ligations become matters of par- .given on the 15th. Start the tain silence on the 11th thru i

of an N.A.A.C.P. representative on each occasion and ticular concern on the 13th. Be cycle opening on the 16th determined 13th and see if you can work Become Part Of A Strong OrganizationThat

In every' town that has recently been bombed. prepared for a period of remuner- not to dare chance and yourself out of the moods and I I
Will Work For
Progress -
misgivngs that afflict with-
aciive activities. to be content with present blessings. you
Edmund Burke who knew of rats and their moods
very out assistance. 1
7-80--78-97-787. Your friends, too, may any -pARE -
well would have called this bit of rubbish "tommyrot'. We want to get into the. act contri- 1-86-77-79- -186.
call it "balberdash! buting to expenses.

9-70---8S.--63-.s6.-879. AQUARIUSBorn IF SO, FILL IN THE BLANK BELOW .
One thing has become quite clear however
: They are Jan. 21st thru Feb. 19th I I

drowning. Only a drowning man (sorry drowning rat), .You seem Hay 22nd to'have thru, some Jane 2 advanced Events, whether they be local, 3LUL TO DUVAL CIVIC LEAUGE

grabs so desperately at a straw.Here.s LIBRA international or purely personalin 2323 MONCKIEF ROAD
notions about the way
hoping that somewhere along the line these very you would like to conduct your Born Sept 24th thru Oct. 3rd character, may impel you to
There be all sorts of abandon a project you have long
hard workers will bend their minds and muscles life and, affairs. You cannot over may complications
to the task I unavoidable delays in prepared for. This may notbe YES I WANT PROGRESS

of really trying to keep America strong and united in- look the associates feelngs in and this opinions of the mails and travel and other quite as wise as it appears on Register Me As A Member Of

stead of trying to have her struggling and divided. Maybethe your respectin personal disappointments which the surface as there are other
so far as this affects their
present improbability will then be the wondrous possi- economic interests besides what may make life seem somewhatof factors: possibly now hidden, THE DUVAL CIVIC LEAGUE r

bility; Brotherly love for All. they consider their individual a burden clear up to the 15th. which may soon change the pic- ,
Although some friends try ture entirely. A discussion with .or' II
may Which Will
Be Campaign
rights. prepared for a possible
When wealth is lost
nothing is lost; to be the one who generallyguides
helpful, you will have to !
showdown on the 13th. in
.. 'Lucky Bailer Streets Drainage Facilities
When health is lost, something is lost; love but reconcile yourself to the events you may be instructive on the
When character and love is lost, all i is lost. well be unlucky the maxim at play" can that are beyond your controL Bef. lOth-llth, Do not pay attentionto Negro Firemen Civil Service Jobs
very appled'tothe
-(Old German Motto) Hugh A. Wilson. re the 15th comes to a 'close i the sour outlooks of people Equal Job Opportunities
planetary aspects' in force on you should find that you have who can only see the dark side Negro Doctors At Medical Cents

54043S811543.the 15th-16th. managed to get the doors opened 9-6G--11-59-IS-OC3. Better Treatment In Star
through a lucky break which is A Negro YMCA Build

the result of personal charm and PISCESBorn General Community Improvement

.. CANCER initiative. Put business Feb. 20th thru March 20th
"' aside and I
t I am fatareetfed la known some of the ether benefits
Born June 22nd thru July 23rd turn your thoughts to pursuitsthat I Whether the weather, heat or

You may be inclined to put are spiritual, educationaland other factors may be the villain I can derive from Jotnjsg the organization. ................
material things before what is uplifting. in the piece it seems better to

good for your soul during this 1-30-55-2853 128. adjust yourself to the Inevitableand .
\ Advise me when the next meeting: win be held ..........
quarter. This, in turn may bring not attempt to fight the

disappointments which hit you SCORPIO currents. Nervous tensions, limitations NAME ...................................................._ ,
and cause chilliness in the crcles Born Oct. 24th thru Nor. 23 delays and the futility

you usually frequent. Make cer- This is probably the least favorable of forcing the pace or pressing ADDRESS ..............................i......;..:.......... .
tain you know what you are buying quarter of the month so issues are emphasized from the i -- i
t PHONE ....................................................
or the be
l spending qn lOth-llth do not waste your time looking 10th thru the 14th. Yen may .

as unpredictable conditions- may for business that is net there. If tempted to turn a quick dollar BEQIS3ZUED VOTER' : ., ..............., ,
arise. Fersoaal matters arise something! unexpected devolps on ky taking a gamble on the lit, yes er ne .,"; *
,. ... which may Involve some -=-- the lOtb-llth, atcept it om' Its 1 30.- 22-- -&1-5Se. I IPage

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The Entre Nous Socialite Club Seminole Culture Club

I II met recently in the home of held its meeting recently in the

with II Miss Barbara Lang. An annual home of Mrs. Laurel Woodbury,

I, beach party was discussed. 1343 West 11th Street with Mrs.

LOUISE G. GUINYARDMr. Members present at the meeting Rosa Lee Smith, and Miss EarthaM.

I j i j were: Miss B. Lang Mrs. White serving as cohostessesfor

and Mrs. David D. Jones of 3716 Ionia Street have Freddie Grooms Mrs. Delores the occasion.

revealed the engagement and plans for the forthcoming mar Brown, Mrs. Doberta Rasbeny Officers were elected at the

riage of their daughter Hortense Shirley, to Christopher ar" Mrs Genevie Arline, Mrs. Dorothy previous meeting held in the

Brewington, Jr., son of Mr. and Mrs. Christopher Brewing- : p. Allen. Mrs. Gladys Nelson, nome of Mrs. Mable Taylor.

ton, Sr., 1213 Franklin. Street. I. ; : 7 Mrs, Delores Mitchell, M.-s Jean- ,Mrs. Bessie Summerall Gordon
was! elected at the new president.
The wedding will be an August event.

:Miss Jones who is in the Duval County School
System, is an ardent YWCA worker. II


America's patriotism was evidenced during the past week :

end by the number of brave souls "who fought" the crowded I : I I --
k:. The Brevrster Mothers Club observed Better Living Community
highways to celebrate the Nation's Number One Holiday at t il
its anniversary with.a tea Civic held its meeting recently
their favorite vacation spots.
I[recently; at the Elks Building at the Ephesian Baptist
Mr. and Mrs. James Thomas of Macon, Ga., selected this ; ; ;
in Church.
particular time to pay their annual visit to American Beach. 4 with Miss .Estella Williams
r ..
charge of the program.
.. The previous heldin
: Mrs. Fannie. M. Jones won the meeting was
the home of Rev. and Mrs.
title of "Miss Brewster Mother"of
Mesdames Doris Glover Bennet and Lucile Pauline Jones H. B. Bivins. During the meeting -
j 195S. Music for the"occasion
motored to St. Louis, Mo., earlier in the week to visit rela- ktixiil1UKT I officers were elected. Theyare
furnished Neal The
tives. They are guests of Dr. and Mrs. Walter L. Dix of _._._ __._.,_'u __ _._______.____. --.____ -- as by Bland. ;'. : Sam :Madison, president;
.idcr'ss vas delivered! Mrs.
3137 Bell Avenue in St. Louis. Faculty members of the James Weldon Johnson School who attended the sur- Evelyn Freeman business manager Perry Hall, vice president; :Mrs.

for teacher Mrs. D. B. the I Jean Forrester, secretary; Mrs.
i prise Lawn Bar-B-Que party given retiring Thorpe on of the club. I!
lawn of the Thorpe's Heavenly Pines estate are shown here. From left are: Florine Hattie Williams, treasurer; the

Mr. and Mrs. David Young of Lakeland were also Fourth I Smith Rev. D. \V. Welcome. Henry Bracy.. D. B. Thorpe Kerna Mci arlin, Mrs. D. B. rtc Rev. H. B. Bivins chaplain, Mrs.

of July visitors to the city. They enjoyed the hospitalityof Thorpe; honoree. Fred Smith. Daisy Wyatt. cf Norfolk Virginia Ernest Wyatt Dor- Odessa Brockington reporter.. and
the Lincoln Golf and Country Club and the Ribault Sup- !' Mrs.
othy Hicks. James Alford Mrs. James Alf ord. Mrs. James Alford. Mrs. Thelma Ar- Victoria Callana, social

per Club during their brief stay. 1 grett Julia Robinson. Mrs. Villa Mao Graeru Mrs. Eloise Brooks. Mrs. Juanita Wyatt i hairman.
Mr. and Mrs. James Burris of 2029 Durkee Drive, trekked :,
and Mrs. Elsie Graham.
to Cleveland, Ohio, recently where they visited relatives. -
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Mr. and Mrs. Edgar Griffin of Atlanta, Ga., are visiting t ,.

American Beach at the lovely new home of Mrs. Alpha Hayes _

Moore. They are accompained by their daughter, Sandra I HIGH FIDELITY CLUB
Mrs. Portia
Mallord of 2149
who was also a guest at the party held recently by Albert"Chunky" liEU ;MEETING RECENTLY
rton St., left the last Thursia
city The
Brooks. High Fidelity Social and
Mr. Griffin is the brother of Misses Bernice and Fleeta \' to attend the funeral of her Saving club met recently in the

Griffin of 1553 West Sixteenth Street. ,. father, the Rev. Ben Mallord in home of Mr. and Mrs. Allen
Y .
Los Calif.
i 'fay Angeles
I i i Burkhalter, 1035 West 6th Street.

Mrs Marie McCIain is at home again after her recent visit '' SS j I jI Mr. Leon E. Gonzales of i

to Philadelphia. ..' I Mr. and Mrs. John Flowers I[ 1314 Whither Street. Jacksonville ,
I Sr.. and son, John Jr., of Orange II announces: the en- BLUE LIGHT SAVING CLUB

Mesdames Kosat Thompkins, Y' :4': "s rr Park, recently returned from gagement of his daughter. The Blue Light Saving Club

Mrs. Preston M. Pughsley and Mrs. Rebecca Martin Mr Geneva : ,* Ar New York City, Newark, N. .J.I Vonceil Mercedia. a New will sponsor a lawn tea, July 13

Miss Arie Murray, all of Tampa, Henderson Mrs. Sadie TiUU, and Philadelphia Pa.. where York model to Irwin C. from 4 to 6 pm. at the homeof

Florida, arrived at American and Mrs. Elizabeth Jasmine. The t lL nave been visiting relatives. Watson son of Mr. and Mr. and Mrs. Van Roberts,

Beach on the eve of the Fourth. latter is president of the club. I Mrs. Clarence Watson 0 f '''H5 West 10th Street.A .
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They had reservations at the A. L. Mrs. Elizabeth Simmons, presi- ) Mr. and Mrs. Eddie Charlton of Brooklyn New York. The program will be' presented

Lewis MoteL dent of the Cosami Bridge Club, 3 Orange Park have as their guest wedding will take place in featurng some of the city's local

Mrs. Thompkins is the cousin of was busy during the past week his daughter Mrs. Mary Hutchin- October at the Bethel AME artists. All clubs have been Invited -

Mrs. Catherine Robinson, 3204 end making last-minute arrange- jon of Jersey City, N. J., and Church in New York City. I to attend. ,
ments for the club's to be
Pearce Street. party ,
grandsons, Bernard and Barry
held at American Beach Saturday
Hutchinson and Cornelius and

The Arthur "Ted" Brownes of July 12. 1.I I. : t Kevin. Brown. GRAY HAIRS need worry you no more ,
Columbia, S. C., (she is the former .

Miss Mary Alice Tyler) were recent Mrs. A r let ha Nathan was hostess Mrs. Lizzie M. Parrish and Wm..1.Irandt'sunuID EAU DENNA

visitors to the city as guestsof to a recent meeting of the Chi I I% daughter: Marie Toby, attended 41 HAIR COLORER

Mrs. Browne parents, Mr. and coin Golf and Country Club. She the graduation exercise of their Win cover,ray belt in 10 ..-30 ..i..... ..that
Mrs. John H. Tyler, 1619 Pearce Xaler Bridge Club held at the Lin- I r yo would not know it .._ w.* gray. It ielio
and Bernice
daughter sister .d. One application with a tooth broth o*
Street. is also the newly elected presidentof Toby at Grady School of Nurs- swab does it. N. pock.'N. --.
group. 1 ..._....___. Atlanta Ga. Miss
; .1>: ing Toby received YOU SAVE TIME AND MONET N. one will MM
Other Carolinianslio visited inJacksonville Other officers elected include :, poet year bob ko boon dyed i..... It ....
Mrs. Lillian Austin at left is from the highest scholastic and l...troo _dead colssh.jk.w.p.4 I'' 1
presenting a gift I
recently are Mrs. Es- Mrs. Cecelia Walker, vice presi-I] in her class. ,.' a oviform color if proporly oooJi* .
ther Flelos of Columbia, S. C., and dent; Miss Dorothy Daniels, the faculty of James Weldon Johnson to Mrs. D. B. average WILL NOT TURN HAIR REDDISH
re--I I ft will .. off. It ..,,,rol __ w,
who is from the Duval School not r o stays ; a s r
her daughter Edwina, who attended cording secretary; Mrs. Ruth Thorpe retiring County Shampooing, sea bathing sans ._..1! wto-
the recent swim meet at Jefferson ers financial secretary; Mrs. Co- I System and on the right Mrs. E. B. Bracy who presented Mr.and. Mrs. Belton Stormes I II ing curling or straightening.. iron, nothing tamo.
are visiting their mother, Mrs. it off. You e w c. r y 9 roy' no matter how
PooL rinthia Barnett, corresponding secretary -, the gift from the Matha malic Council. I stvbboni or flow cavied. SLACK stays SIAOC. red
Klla Twiggs in Madison. They All colors stay pvt.
Also from Columbia were Mrs. : ; :Mrs. Katherine Green, WONDERFUL FOR TOUCHING UP
Mamie Brandenburg and children, I treasurer; :Miss Nathalie) Clem- I XALER BRIDGE CLUB will'also visit their sisters in .. Yoa can! pot It on )ivtt where...d.d.c1Ie...... **or orfcer rfyes e*wVoro
Tampa and St. Petersburg before I twrd.r.d hennas have been wsed.Wemea end_rs.Eew DOWM t.r.t.,..
who were guests of Mr. and I mons, parliamentarian chaplain;
Frederick L. She>rard of 2611 Myrtle and Mrs. Lorice Howard, reporter.Mrs. Wedding returning city. foil dictions.each bow ill U.IW!>a.d Sm-...CAUTION:"the..dVecled
labet.M Colon .lock Dork ...... M Jwo* s..w.p Who .....; Dr.";
Avenue, and also of Mrs. IiralLaw Beverly Demps and Mrs. o.*.......; A....,.. trWe: ....;. boa Ji'-SO (pin; ,....... Teind _). Cot this eel out MOW
Melvin James M. .... .... ......
of 10th Street. Edith Davis are affiliated with the FOR Randolph, sm. lor ,W.'. .. Yoar W Mot SotUned.

With our bridge clubs, the A'Al- group also. MARRIAGE LICENSES Chi Xaler Badge Club Tompkins and Johnnie A. Howardpf DIXIE PHARMACYKings
legroes feted Mrs. Elizabeth T. Chicago. HI., are in the city
held its
monthly meeting recently -
Redding with a surprise party recently Mrs. Bessie Sununerall Gordon visiting friends. They are the Road and Myrtle

celebrating her retirement is the new president of the Seminole Lewis Johnson, 1236 Kentucky at the Lincoln Golt and guests of Mr. and Mrs. Charlie
Country Club with Mrs. Arletha at 551 W. 17th Street. .
from the Duval County School Culture Club. Lane age 24 and Ernestine Baker Mote
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System. The group met during the past 1140 Odessa St., age 19. Nathan serving as hostess.

. Attending the affair were Mr. week in the home of Mrs. Laurel Officers elected with Pfc. Henry D. Washington efFort You Don't Have to Go to Town to Get

and )(rs. AIda Clarke, Mr. and Woodbury, 1343 W. Eleventh St., Robt. D. White. 65 W. 27th St., were Campbell, Ky., Is in the city

Mrs. Preston Peterson, Mr. and with Miss Eartha M. M. White age 21 and Mildred Louise Cal- i Mrs. Ollie Newton presiding as visiting his wife, formerly Miss

Mrs. James Turner, Henry Jasmine and Mrs. Rosa Lee Smith as co- loway, 1326 Cleveland St.. age chairman. The following persons Vivian L. Watson of this city. LOW PRICES

Theodora L. Redding, John hostesses.The 20. were elected: Mrs. Arlene Na- *

Mitchell Richard McKinney, Miss previous meeting, at which than president: Mrs. C. Walker, Capers A. Thomas of Atlanta,

Mabel Wright, Miss Marguerite the officers were installed, was Birthel Eagle, 2120 Forest St., tice president; Miss Dorothy Ga., is visiting his mother, Mrs. DRUG STORE NEEDS
age 20 and Geraldine Bolton, 2103
Ellis, Mrs. Freddie Batts, Mrs. Julia held in the home of :Mrs. Mable Daniels recording secretary; Mrs. Hannah C, Thomas, and brother,'

Hazzard, Mrs. Luther James, Taylor. Run St. age 16. Ruth Myers, financial secretary; :I W. R. Thomas and family at On Your

Leroy Gore, Jr.. 2424 W. Edge- Mrs. Cornitha Barnett corresponding 1411 Jefferson Street.
Trade With Your Neighborhood Drug Store
wood Ave. age 24 and Siteria secretary; Mrs. Kathe- *

Foster, 1442 Jefferson St., age 23. tne Green, treasurer; Miss N. Charles O. Bilt of 1810 N. WE WILL MEET ANY PRICES' ADVERTISEDIN

Lloyd Wright, 628 Jessie St., Clemmons, parlimentarian; and Myrtle Ave., is confined In Brew- YOUR LOCAL PAPERS
P age 41 and Esther Riley. 2127 W. chaplain and Mrs. Lorice Howard train
liter Hospital, following a
45th St. age 29. accident in Washington, D. C.

David Lee Hordge, 728 Lee St. three weeks ago. He is a mem- Dixie Pharmacy

age 33 and Mary 'Elebeath AMARYLLIS CIRCLE ber of Shiloh Baptist Church.

Holmes 723 Lee St age 28. *
Eddie Kimble 113 Swan St.. Mrs. Lillie Mae Odister, formerly -
'' : age 34 aDd Mabel Murrya, 1331 of this city, now a resi-
A' We Deliver We Also Fm All Doctors' Freacrlptiflm
Oakley St., age -21. dent of Atlanta, Ga., Is visiting

John Henry Mitchell 1516 W. last meeting of the Amaryllis Mr. and Mrs. W. R. Thomas at PAY YOUR LIGHT, WATER AND TELE--
Garden Circle was held recently -
23rd St.. age 32 and Janie 5velyn 1411 Jefferson. PHONE BILLS AT OUR STORE
at the home: of Mrs. Bertha *
Beasleyt 1516 W. 23rd St., age 18.
Samuel> J. Fox, 992 W. AshleySt. Brinson, president :Miss Minnie Lee Chandler returned -

to the recently from YOU'LL ENJOY EATING AT DIXIE'S
age 24 and Willie Mae Stevens Final arrangements for their city

? 990 W. Ashley St., age 23. outing was completed. A barbecue Haiti where *e spent several.

John E. Gren, 937 Cemetery was held folowing the business weeks vacationing.Miss LUNCH COUNTER

p't St., age 24 and Norma L. Till session with the barbecue committee Chandler is the daughterof AND
Mr and :Mrs. Hodges :MoGheeof -
rom 1114 Cone Court age 17. in charga.
Clarence Bernart. 630 S. Lincoln -i 1328 Evergreen
T/-D look I New members of the circle who is a student of Matthew W. 'Mad Fresh Every Hour And "A Treat That YouH Bepear
Get that n Court, age 30 and Janie: '
were honored during barbecue
Lewis. 639 Lincoln Court -
S. age I
skin that's lighter brighter lovelier than ever! 38. were: Mrs. Mary Wyles, Mrs. Ma- Sergeant and Mrs. Harry Ed-

Use new.ARTRA SKIN TONE CREAM with Hydro- rie Smothers, Mrs, Mamie Cham- wards and son, Robert, left the
the beauty-bleach that's effective Jos. Alvin Alexander Jr.. 1149 bers and Mrs. SUNDAYROTISSER1E
gof none. It's vanishing Maybelle' Taylor. city recently for Spain where he
*normal akin. E. Union St. age 22 and Mary
-yet SAFE! Can be used daily on will be stationed for three years.

Let ARTRA give you the skin that gets the< compliments Ruth Brown, 230 E. 27th St, age They were the house guests of his I $1.29

Get ARTRA'ia the blue and black package at 22. Mary Frances Johnson, 616 CourtD mother. Mrs. C. M. Edwards at I .

drug and cosmetic counters. Big 2 oz. tube 98# plus tax. Sidney Jackson, 841 H. Union Blodgett age i.. 3502 Japonica Road. 2 IIBroDed Or Bar-B-Q

St. age 21 and Reatha Snipe, 821 *
/T/ln. Eugene Thompson, 1531 Price I
ir- E. Union St. age 20. St, age, 23 and Louise Mobley, Mr. and Mrs. H. D. Tucker and
Eugene Grant. 1587 Kings R&, children of Plainfield N. J., are
SKIN TONE 04 S. Myrtle Ave.. age 21.
age 20 and Lucinda Riddle 184 In the city visiting her mother and Pharmacy

CREAM W. Union St.. age 20. John C. Neerjr. 948'Nort St. family, ),{rs. M.' Rodgers' at. 1018

p.1ant6astsatdktil r; >taaCwNsv lash Bernard Alvin Thomas, 637 age .30 and Andrew Jean' Ridley, Tyler Street Mrs. Tucker the Kings Bead and Myrtle

Court D.. Blodgett age 23 and 637 Court age 21. former Miss Gardenia Rodgers.

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I Junior Society To: Celebrate 12th Anniversary: *'"

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REV. W. C. NEAL SLATED.TO SPEAKAT T:1: ; -4 )'," : < : :0 CONTEST SET l. FPIt dk l li11e4&L1

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Junior Women's Missionary Society of the Second '.' The Male Chorus and Female .

Baptist Church will observe its 12th anniversary July 14 Chorus of Zion Hope

u ft o p.m.Mrs. I i Baptist Church will present II

Lucile Scott, chair Mrs. Emma B. Johnson and

man of the program committee SAINT MATTHEW Andrew Lee McCall in a :

will be in charge of the I I[ contest. July 28 at 8 p.m. in

program. The Rev. W. C. the.auditorium of the church.

Neal, pastor of the St. SLATES EVENTS M1 I I A unique program has *

Thomas Baptist Church will I|been arranged with some of
deliver the sermon for the the citys leading arists ap-
celebration. The choir of St. District No. 5 of the St Matthew I I|pearing.Lean .

Thomas Baptist Church, under Baptist Church will sponsora Bland, Manager of
the direction of Mrs pew rally in an after service J % h I I Dallas Graham F u n-e r a 1

Hortense Neal, and the Usher program, July IX.The. sermon Home will be' the speakerand } A tip of the Pepsi Cup
Board will serve for the oc will be delivered by the Rev.A. I Miss Evelyn H. Johnson to these outstanding
Powell and the Rev. ..1.J._ young Americana
will be the mistress of ceremonies make our country and
Some of the city's leading Jones will "be in charge of the t for the occasion. our community a better
services at 3 p.m. in the interest: place In which to live.'
zrtists will appear on the r I Appearing on the program t
program. Mrs. Annie L. of District No.2. :will be the Male and Female

Fleming, will serve as mis District No. 10 will sponsor i ; Choruses of Little Rock Bap-
tress of ceremonies for the a weight tea Sunday in the homeof f tist Church with Miss Esther

affair. Mrs. Ada Reves, financial Mrs Emma Watkins..1362 W James as directress. Miss Al- k
25th Street. Mrs. Etta Brooks
secretary of the society I thea Parker, Singing! An els.
will be the guest speaker.The CUTLINES J. W. Boldens Reunion
will be honored for Tne Willing Workers Spirit-
services rendered to the organization Rev. W. M. Smith, pastorof I The J. W. Boldens were host to members of the family and friends at a recent ual .Singer The Harnerette's

and Mrs. Alberta the First New Zion Baptist i annual family reunion held in their West lOih Street home on July 4- Mrs. Hazel Gross Mr. Par-

Williams will observe her Church will conduct services July The family and friends shown above who attended the affair are: Emma L. ham Johnson, and :Mr. Willie
:22 in the interest of District Vo.
fourth year as leader. i Brown. Zora Watts Ora M. McIver.i Williams.
10. i Katherine Hendrix. Mr. and Mrs. J. H. McKeever Edward Robinson Prof. .and Mrs. The general public is in-

District No. 9 will sponsor a ,, B. C. Mandeville. Mr. and Mrs. Willie T. Knight. Mrs. Alma S. Randolph. Mr. and vited to attend the programand

CROCKETT weight party. July 19 in the t Mrs. Floyd Strachan. Mr. and Mrs. Melvin Braye; Mr. and Mrs. Thomas Smith.. Miss vote for your favorite
MISS K. home of Mrs. Coring Kirkland, I Helen Robbins Mrs. Grace Muldrow Mrs. Nancy Bradford. Mrs. Lucille Ray. Mrs. Edward pianist.

TO BE PRESENTEDIN 1330 W. 29th Street. The group Robinson Mrs. Mary Robinson. Mrs. Mildred Washington Mrs. Edna M. Wil

RECITAL, JULY 20 will also sponsor a musical tea t liams. Mrs. Edna D. Williams. Miss Mattie Echols. Mr. and Mrs. D. W. Moore Rev. CONGRESS MEET SET AUDREY HARTLEY
at the parsonage Sunday from i W. M. Cunvnings, 'Mr. and Mrs. George D. Lesisne, Rev. E. L. Wilcox. Mrs. Mable Calhoun Douglas Anderson Junior T
4 to 6 p.m. Ken Knight will Mr. and Mrs. Leroy Williams. Tommie M. French Mrs. Ruby Roberts J. T. Collins AT CHURCH OF GODThe Senior High School JC
:Miss Kathleen Anita Croc; be the guest speaker for the oc- Mr. and Mrs. Curtis Williams Winston Williams Mr. and Mrs. James- Bobbins Pepsi Cola Dealers and the j?

kett, will be presented in a casion. Mrs. Frankye L. Adderly, Miss Julia L. Franklin Mr. and Mrs. Isreal Law. Priscil- Church and Kingdom of Pepsi Cola Bottling Company g

recital entitled, "When Kath- The young people will sponsoran la Hardy. Cecil Jackson and Mr. Henry Wallace. Cod in Christ is observing its are proud to salute
leen Sings," July 20 at 8 p.m. outing td the beach, July 14. I no 37th annual Florida State District Audrey Hartley of the 10th
The buses will leave the church. and Women's Religious grade class. She is a member -
Church for the benefit of the asked, Congress in the auditorium of of the Dramatics Club,
Youh Department.Miss to meet with the chairman of the church. The meeting will be and the National Honor:
Crockett will be accompanied 14TH ANNIVERSARYChoir held from July 8 through July 13 Society. Jj(
the deacon board July 15 in a Weight Tea: will be sponsored Choir No. 3 of Mt. ,Moriah '
by :Mrs. Eunice The sessions are under the
slpcial District AME Church will be presented in
No. 10 of. St.
the No. 2 of the West by
Richardson, supervisor of leadership of Bshop E. U Simpson -
its initial recital July 13 in the
deparment. Miss Betty Jean SESSIONTO Friendship Baptist Church Matthew Baptist Church July 13. auditorium of the church at Spirn. of Buffalo, N. Y., presiding r

Scott of Mt. Vernon Baptist will observe its 14th anniversary at the home of Mrs. Emma Wat- prelate of the 5th Episcopal District Mr
Church will give dramatic CLOSE SUNDAY :; July 13 in the audi- kins, 1362 W. 25th Street from of the Triumph ChurchesThe
Featured soloist for the occasion
readings. torium of the church. at 8 4 to 6 p.m. women's division is led by

Miss Arey Chrispin will The Ganesville District Conference Mrs. Etta Lee Brooks, librarianat Miss are: Miss Cynthia Nelson, Pasco Miss the state mother, Mrs. M. A, ro +C

serve as mistress of ceremonies Atlantic Coast Area, p.m.A program will be presented Wilder Branch Library, will Gwendolyn. Brown, Miss Bonita Hankins of Melbourne. Elder J,
for the occasion. The Central Jurisdiction Methodist during the celebration be the speaker for the occasion. S.Hall. is the host pastor i
Jones, Miss Emma Dorothy Rig-
program is being sponsoredby Church will convene 'in New \vjth Mrs. Ellen Williams Some of the participants to Gloria Miss A program is being presented .

Mrs. Ira D. Hinson. whois Hope Methodist Church, Citra, serving as mistress of cere appear on program..,are: Mrs. Darlene gins Miss McCard, Dugger Miss Arena during the Congress. I g
sponsoring Miss Crockettin July 9-13. with the District Superintendent monies for the occasion. Mamie Polite 'Atrs7 Virginia
I Brcwn and Sanchez Harley.
the "Miss Cover Girl" con- the Rev. S. S. Robinson Choir No. 3 of S.t. John Bap- Sams, the Rev William Powell REGISTER NOW
test. Jr., presiding. tis Church will be the serving ilrs. Willie Mae Neal and others. Mrs. Mary Raunell will serve VOTES CHARLES MERRITTC
The ssession will be highlighted choir and Choir No. 3 of The Rev. W. M.Smith. and as narrator for the affair. A I SO YOU CAN Douglas Anderson Junior

with greetings from the asso- Mt. Calvary Baptist Church I.congregation of First New Zion contest will be conducted at the I t t sTILE Senior High School

REGISTER NOW ciate district superintendents of will be guest choir. I Baptist Church will worship in end of the pogram. The contestants .v Charles is a member of
AT the confernece, Dr. S. D.Bang- i are Miss Thomasina Conner GOAL'S SET AT T the 11th grade class. He is
TIlE GOAL'S SET The public' is invited to attend the St. Matthew Baptist Church,
Gulf District, Dr. Frank I and Miss Patricia Jenkns. 40,000 NEGRO VOTERSLILLY'S T member of the National
40,000 NEGRO VOTERS Los, the celebration. July 22, at 8 p.m., for the benefit -
Cambridge, Atlantic District, and of the district.SINGING -I J Honor Society and Hi-Y.
Dr.- E, M. Hurley, Jacksonville T He attends the Mt. Moriah

District. The Rev. Gibbs S. CHURCH .1 I CONVENTION I Ii DRUG STORE 3c Baptist Church and serves
YOU KNOW? Cameron will serve as host pastor MAGNOLIA ;t on the Usher Board.
DO 1907 Kings-load at Spires
to the conference. SETS WOMEN'S DAY i SET BY YOUTH GROUP
You Can Now BuyMost
FOR YOUR Women's Day.will be observed i I BRUNSWICK. GA.The. Where Experience.
Anything You Church. Southeast Georgia Youth Association -! '
DRIVER'S LICENSES h the Magnolia Baptist p Pharmacists Prepare ,
I July 20 with Mrs. Sophia'Craw- I began its singing con. Your Prescription According '"" b br .

Want At 'VholesalePrices Or Learning To Drive ford serving as chairman and v ntion. July 7 and continue I ev"y to your doctor's 4

Airs. A. Center as cochairman.The through, July 13 in the First I instructions Using "
At AJAX DRIVING observance will begin with Born Holiness. Church. -'." : only the best quality
6th Street ..
1154 West
Sunday School at 9:30: a.m., with Evangelist R. L. Lambert, drugs.Dr. .
UNCLE JIM'SSHOPPING ELgIn 4.0639GEOEGE ) Mrs S. Green as guest superin, president will be. the speakerfor F 4
I id
SERVICE tendent. the service July 12 and Rev.
PERPENA Dir. Graham
L. O. E. Black Pharmacists Dr. W. J.
539 W. Beaver Street Mrs. Lacy Humble will be the H. L. Herod of this' city will be .
1 ... ..., ...
the for the evening
guest speaker for the 11 a.m. speaker

service, Mrs. Bertha Hayes at' service. July 13 at 7 p.m. A COMPLETE LINE OF: EUGENIA THOMAS

STATION 3 p.m. and Mrs. Ida Scott will The Singing Angels. Mighty Cosmetics :. Rubber Goods .:. Candies .:. Sundries Douglas Anderson Junior *r
be the speaker at 7:30 p.m- Echoes, Soul Wonders, Five High School )f
Other outstanding artists of the Great Wonders and others will PRESCRIPTIONS CALLED FOB AND DELIVERED Tribute is paid to thlsjf

city win partcipate In the day. appear on the program. charming young lady ofjt.

WOES servance throughout- the day. the 10th grade class. She Isu
Mrs.. W. S. Peoples will serveas a member of the Jackson iT

pastor for the day villa Urban League Youth T

Council Assistant -..Secre'Ttary

"1360 ON EVERY RADIO DIAL"NOW GRANT MEMORIAL SPENCER LADD'Sismoving dl tary and of the a member Student of CounT they

UNIT GIVES TEA Naiona Honor Society. _

BRINGS YOU 1k1* >klk *
Choir No. 3 of Grant Memorial from downtown

HOURS SAME Church will sponsor a tea
July 13 from 4 to 6 pjn., in the 205 LAURA STREETSO Congratulation from Pepd
home of Mrs. Myrtle Martin, Cola to these three Merit
Awarad winners!
FROM 1203( West 24th Street.A .
program will be presentedwith .Listen to Pepsi Merit Award

4OOA.M.7:30P.M.Monday: : the. some invitation city of participating.An the has leading been. artistsof extended Spencer Ladd's is having a ** 10:45 TEEN.TOIEWJWO.atotation on your to 11:45 dial on. -AJL repel Saturdays Col KM

thru Saturday city to attend to other the occasion.ANNIVERSARY Choirs .of the $ *

5000 WattsYour SET Sale I !'=SHOES= 4,99WHITES ,

Programmed Station AT NEW MT. OLIVEThe
Favorite .- AND PATENTSValues

Starting At 4:00 A. M. New Sunday Mt. Olive School Baptist Departmentof Church To $10.95 *

will observe Its 40th anniversary, .
3 with a' literary THESE ARE 1958 PATTERNS I.
July 13 at p.m. -:- .-:
with '
IN THE MORNING" The Rev. W. L. Jane.' pastorof OolsDealers 1Pepe
"SWINGTIME First Corinth Baptist
the of7aeluocTtlse
Church and congregation will .

featuring"BUItICEE have charge -of the service.All SPENCER LADD'S

BEE" .' Sunday Schools of the

city have been Invited accordingto

NEWS AND MUSIC TIL 7:30 P. M. the announcement of the superintendent. 205 LAURA STREET-DOWNTOWN
FOLLOWED. I = Fletcher Story. .




'Weak Ending Saturday July II,'1958. THE FLORIDA STAR Page Fire

I : JUDGE RULES MIINTEGRATIONTOTALLY RUZ THEATRE -RIGHTS; GROUP REFUSES TO ACTQuite I been commission recently and appointed expresses to optim-the

ism with regard to the recommendations
the commission will
UNCONSTITUTIONALNEW BIG MIDNIGHT SHOW SAT. I similar to their stand en All<.. School integration situation. be able to make in the future

I Doors.Open 11:45 Adm. 50c the previous Georgia situation The commission is still perilling
Announcement was made uf
reclassify old ones either exclu- : See FATS DOMINO & MILLS BROS. in which was so strongly felt by the study of voting education
ORLEANS, La. In the membership of a Michigan Ad-
sively for white or Negro children. all haters of atrocities the Presi and housing; and. the changing of vi!'. oommittee to the com-
short period of time since the
Thls law was recently struck dent's Civil Rights CommlAnonundpr the program is not presently Inthe rru.ssion.. Similar committees pro-
Federal Court ruling to halt seg- down U. S. District Judge J. f
by the direction
of George M. offering. vously have been annoucec for
gregation in public schools Loui- iOPRECORDINGSTARS
80 state Skelly Wright Judge Wright 1 ,Tiffany is making no recommendations Dr. John A. Hannah Michigan I Texas!, Indiana, Florida and Vir-
siana has passed over
states that law designed to
15.SON6H on the Little Rock,
i aWIWIQI State University president has ginia.
directed at
laws exclusively coun-
get around' the U. S. Supreme I
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tering and defying the Federal Court's ruling outlawing segrega- :
Court ruling. The latest of these tion is unconstitutional.The '
was a re-zoning law authorizinga New Orleans Parish School \ flE'/N/ LDS 'I

committee made up of*lwo mem- Board, ordered previously to inte- 1NOAA NA1T M THANK YOU ALL!
bers from the State Senate and grate public schools, had soughtto

two from the House to serve as a have the order dismissed on the 'STONE _
'" school classification committee.The grounds that the matter of classification e
committee would have the was taken out of its hands I am very very grateful to the people of the

light to classify new schools and by the latest ruling.SPIRITUAL Second District for permitting me to return.R

JERRY W.CARTER AKHO WCESMS SINGERS eNaiI'iDWlriMiikr Owne oie to Congress unopposed.'E
AND PUBLIC UTILITIES I will do everything within my power to a'
COMMISSION,GROUPS \ Regular Showing Sun. Tues. Regular Prices
Jmy W. The Willing Workers Spiritual Also FRANKIE LAINE in justify the confidence placed in me.
CaIterannounced Singers will render an after service *
that 13 at 9 at
program July p.m.
he will be a WED. FRED MAC MURRAY in r.
candidate forreelection the Holy Church of the Living ,
to God, for the benefit of the Dorcas "DAY OF THE BADMAN" Charles E. Bennett

f the Florida Missionary Circle.
and'Public Railroad The Circle will meet Sunday in MEMBER OF CONGRESS N
I UtilitiesCommission I its regular session at 7:30 p.m. 'I
I Evangelist A. Garden will preside.On PATRONIZE FLORIDA STAR I (Political Adv. Paid for by Charles E. Bennett)

I in the comIng I July 27. there will be'a Wo- ADVERTISERS I I

September Democratic primaries men's Day program at 3 p.m. Of-
in Croup 2. --
The veteran Commissioner and ficers for the service are Missionary JT
National Democratic Committeeman D. Cooper, chairman; Evangelist -
for Florida, said he will A. Garden, co-chairman, and -
qualify in the near future. He ==---
Mrs. Amanda Collins, program ,
plans his usual campaign.
Mr. Democrat, as Jerry is familiarly chairman. r th
known throughout Flor- \ IT I YOU

ida Commission, has served since on his the election Railroad in I JUVENILE CLASS 91 i =

1931 when he defeated five other I
candidates and in the 5 elections I SETS ANNIVERSARYMrs.
.ince then has been re-elected by Emma V. Kelly's Juvenile TI I fj --.1: I

increasingly large majorities in Class 91 will celebrate its anniver-
the first primary. CIVIC DUTY
with tea July 12 at the
sary a ;
Carter was one of the instigators :
and leaders in the famous home of the Senior Mother Mrs. t ,
Southern Governors Rate Case, Agnes Thompson, 1018 Phelps ,
which resulted in doing away I .
Street from 3 to 5 p.m.
with the 15% Florida Arbitraryand V.
Pittsburgh Plus rate making George T. Tutson will deliver: '
formula and in addition reduced thte address for the occasion. 'TO VOTE
class rates 10% in all Southern
States, giving all Florida shippers \r
and receivers of freight 25% REGISTER NOW
reduction which enabled Florida
producers and manufacturers to SO YOU CAN VOTE O
ship their products to the north. ll .
ern consumers market on the BUT
same level as northern manufac-
turers could ship into southern Real stateLOANS
states thus making it possiblefor
northern industry to move to
Florida. This and other freight $ $
and utility rate reductions have
saved the people of Florida more $1,000 $%,000 ",000 I
than 97892.951 during Jerry's
to $25,000
tenure in office. $4,000 up U
Jerry and Mrs. Carter, the for Payable $1.00 per mo. per hun-
mer Mary Frances Hohfield, of dred on unpaid balance at 6%. .
Peruacola. are the parents' .
to complete J youVeof
seven sons all of whom attendedthe Let us help you
University of Florida.He your house or refinance S3 -
was appointed State Hotel years In the same place. /
Commissioner Hardee and by Martin.Governors The Catts.only Can r.T. ,

man to hold this position under .
three Governors. Jerry began J. P. YOUNG .
many of the prime aids to promoting
the tourist industry, suchas Mr. Simmons or Mr. Walsh
the State Tourist Bureau and
advertising programs. He wrote Main and Monroe
Florida's first state-wide building. 212 Masonic Temple Bldft. ,
electrical plumbing and sanitary Phone EL 6-8014
codes and established its first d

modern system of G.hotel and retIaUranLlnSAecti EL 64391 lo cke out .

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THE : the primary elections

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CounterAND .
This 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 an opinion on big

Home Made COME OF AGE SINCE THE LAST things Kke presidents and peace plans, on little things like parking about
I meters and garbage collections. To register a complaint

ELECTION read this things they don't like, or approval of things they do.

DONUT'STAND BRIDES I Even if you had previous- brated your 21st birthday since the'' Here, your voice is as big as all the others, your opinion as important ,
ly registered under your maiden last election (or if you will be 21 as that of a Supreme Court Justice. aBut
name you have to register again by Election Day), get your name '
under your "new" name. Be sore in the book. It's a mark of matu- you won't get in if you're not registered! You're locked out .

your book!'tamedname" is in the rity to register and vote! of the right to vote, cut off from your friends and neighbors, shut

MEMBERS OF THE ARMED FORCES out on national and neighborhood issues.
MOVERS!If you have moved from
-see your Voting Officer for "thaword"
the precinct: where you were previously -
registered, you have to on bow you can vote. Don't miss' the thrill of pulling the lever (or marking the ballot)
register again. Make sure your ... _A
GOING AWAY ELECTION DAY that makes government U7I..
your .
new address is in the book] Vote first-by Absentee Ballot ol
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Pg Six THE-FLORIDA STAB Week Ending. s& urd.aY.- Julr 12. 19W




'national organization will sponsor DAYTONA BEACH Dr. H.
I a clinic for the beauticians, Council Trenholm, executive secretary -

I : July 24 at Edward Waters Col- of the American Teachers

TALLAHASSEE Three of TALLAHASSEE: -- Admission '135 by September 1958; to 175 in i lege. Association, meeting at Bethune

I the members of Florida A&M requirements at Florida A&M: September 1959; and 200 in September Cookman College, announced that
\ The clinic will feature :Miss K.
baseball team tried out with the 1960.Students the 55th annual convention theme
I Ia University were raised at the re-I Lawrence internationally known will be Our Circumstance
r Pittsburgh Pirates here on the below i I "Appraising -
I A&M field last week. The outcome cent Gainesville meeting of the i the cutoff points in the tests hair stylist and national clinic in 1958": The convention

1 of the tryouts were not State Board of Control. The board; could not be enrolled. director of Patterson, N. J. The will begin July> y2 and continue

t disclosed. supervises the state-supported \ "We believe that it would be latest hair styles will be featured. through July 15.
Pitcher Cullen Lowe, center-
1 institutions of higher learning. Much better to have a greater Mrs. Ora Mae Mcjver, local Dr. William H. Gray, Pastor of
1t fielder George Williams, and
., The program, to be carried out screening of student at entrance Bright Hope Baptist Church
second sacker Eugene Edwardswere I beautician, is coordinator. She
... J over a 3-year period, provides J than to send home such a" large I Philadelphia, Pa., and former
A&M Players reporting to will toe assisted by Mrs. Emily
,. s number of students whose potential -I president at Florida A and M
:* I that by 1960, the university will
Fred Hering. is the Pirates
I Hering
,f'.:.'. at entrance was highly Wesley, director of the beauty I University, will be the guest
wjs ., ', southeastern scouting su admit only the upper 60 per cent !
qustionable," Dr. Gor said. school at the college. speaker at the banquet. July 15.
.j pervisor. of Negro high school seniors
I Lowe led the A&M batters
I based upon scores made on state-
Ii i I with an average of .550 for nine wide tests.

.. .w 1t I games. He had eight singles, two
Dr. J. Broward Culpepper, exe-
doubles, and one home run. He i
: N I cutive director of the board, said 6r.
; .Y b was the backbone if the A&M 4. t
'/ "A
; : A&M now admitted the top 73
pitching staff. Lowe had a 3-3

'filii' K won and lost record for 1958. per cent. .
I The action was taken on recommendation T
< Williams banged out 14 singles,
of Dr. W.
eight doubles and two round George
Gore Jr., president of A&M.
trippers for an average! of 312.
His 17 REI's was the Rattlers'second j!I recommendations are that the rki
:: of Williams -! cutoff point on the statewide
I/ best the season.
... ,. ii tests for senors be Ifted from
.... scored 24 runs. I

Second sacker Edwards batted .
only .281 and had 11 RBI's to I LOCAL CLUBOBSERVES I t$4 i r x?
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his credit. He is a slick fielding !

glove man and made severalspectacular ,BIRTHDAYThe
and vivacious LaKay Beasley senior:
Charming a
plays this spring. He
will "Miss Fam-U" for the I :
Psychology major reign as had only one. extra base hit in Good Neighbor Social Club a
Florida A and M University. The
1958-59 school at
year his total of 18 blows and scored nil observe its fourth anniversary
co-ed who "Miss Florida A and M I V
popular reigned as r
16 run July 3 at 3 p.m. at the New Redeem i
High" during her senior year also has served as "Miss I I Baptist Church. % i 14
Freshman' and sophomore and junior attendant to Mils i:
A will be presented and
Fam-U." She is the daughter of Mr. and Mrs. S. L. I
i Melvin Grace will serve as master
Beasley Sr. (Rappoport Studio Photo) YMCA TO BEGIN I of ceremonies for the occasion.

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.VIRGINIA MANEUVERS IN EFFORTTO FOURTH PERIOD pear Some on of the the program participants are:to Mrs.ap- NEW FARMERS OF AMERICA STATE CONTEST WINNERS are shown here

Johnnie Mae Simpson, Mrs. EssieB. with the state NFA president James M. Griffin (left) of Lakeland during the recent

I Adams, Charlie Leroy Bacon, meeting at Florida A and M University. L. to R: Solomon Jenkins. DeLand 2nd place

KEEP SEGREGATION ALIVE CAMP MONDAY C. Lambright, Mrs. Doretha Smith, state talent contest: Herbert Silas Palmetto 1st place state talent contest, : Ben

I Mrs. Lucendia Bacon and Mrs. Smith, David Helper Willie C. Stevenson and Otis Webster Barlow, state winners.

Mary Slater. NFA quartet contest.

I When schools open in September, the feeling Is that Virginia I The James Weldon Johnson

wall be the center of attraction, much more than Little Rock. Branch YMCA will conduct the ..' ,.' .

The possibility of the closing The new series of state laws I fourth period of Day Camp beginning
of the Virginia Schools accord- Monday June 14th. The
: that automatically close any
Ing to law, if intergration comes, Director of the James Weldon
school that allows of
is now dependent on whether mixing .Johnson Branch YMCA Day Camp
Virginia is at the end of legal Negro: and white students might Jesse W. Word reports his big-

maneuvering intended to delay .well be brought into play this gest :year in Camping at New ,t:>::..:
segregation actions by the federal real However Berlin. Last weeks attendance
year as a test. a I
courts averaged over 50 boys per day'
group of segregationist met and '
The last time the Arlington Adonis Miles, Camper was the
t decided that if
happens they
County Virginia appealed to the fishing Champion with the larg-
Supreme: Court to reconsider .t!'e Mould play "tit-for-tat" by enrolling est catch of eight in one day. { R Lz

order of integraton of seven .schools their children ih Negro Activity Director, James (Jim)

Negro children to white schools, Walker reports that the swim- ,,
ft was rejected. The court refused I Tnere is only one other way to ming classes are doing fine.

to hear: any pleas from the 'beat the desegregation law and James Johnson, volunteer worker

school board. [that is the student placement act. asssted Mr. Walker with activities ,;-

This rejection means that Arlington i This Act gives the governor anda last wtek. Mr. Johnson is a 'Y'. ,''; <

; and three other communities three man board power to put graduate of FAMU, class 56 witha \ j
must admit Negro students students in any school they think major in Physical Education.The ( ;

this fall: unde.direct mandate: toKEEP Ixst.: However the placement act Camp Committee was very t$ k w
has already been declared unconstitutional him work
deseg:e.;<\Ie. pleased with having
-- as a device to avoid with the program.

HAIR FRO/::\ the Supreme Court ban on segregation Camp is located at Dames

The Virginia legislature Point, New ,Berlin, Florida on
_GONG..,. __...ca' __ ..... I' amended it to conform with the the property of Mrs. Reba I ro, s: v
........-tOL .--Y.-.".---- federal court criticism. Christopher and Mr.and. Mrs.T. .
'y.YAW. W.4-W
.paf....,_..wI1..Ig-Aa ON.1? AV&u pT_.r.YM O.4 OI.aI.I .drO I Some attorneys are refusingto R. Brill. The Camp Committee SCFai" r S .

5._I.S.gPUJ.._,_-,,...-o,,-.- issue a stay, for they feel nnd the Secretary and Campersare Y" Cr. ,. of r.
u the federal courts will not tolerate grateful to them for the

-'enuh I delaying intergration even if a use of their property on a gratis

Old fight arises over the Pupil basis for another year. (t\ T ; ch

....... !! .. i Placement Act. Pickup stations are Old St. -
Augustine Road and Westmount

for southsiders, from there to ,. ,

Jessie Street and Florida Avenuefor

the Eastsiders. From thereto .
YMCA office, 415: Broad I' -. '. -

Street; Next stop will be on : 1'. '_ I

Tyler and Kings Road. Next in H r' :,

front of Blodgett Homes office t .
i>n Davis Street. From there to :
21st and Moncrief School. Camp.
ers will be returned to these ; .

a p.m.stations daily.between 4:30 and 5:00 ; COOK WITH CARNATION for ground beef j 'tl f f .

Campers from Parental Home .:'

l are being sponsored by Citizensin that stays juicy, never crumbles! ;

the communty. So far spon-

torshipa were sent from Dr. E. .

W, Thompson Atty. D. W. Perkins i Ii

The Natonal Postal Alliance I I
Mrs. Mildred Maultsby. Exciting New Cheeseburger Recipe: Carnation in the Bed and ;

Rev. R. G. W. McLendon. Miss I: "' :!f': 'r CARNATION BUNBURGERS White Can has twice the richness II'' :
l.targaretViUiams, Alton Adams,1 '1.; ,
{\ : ": ;.1. (Makes 6 servings) of ordinary milk. No other form
Jr. Mrs. D. Griffin J. Genwright I .. .
The Bethel Baptist Church Rev.I -***<\ .. H cup (small can) 11easpoonsaalt of milk will do.So when you fix _-

S. L. Badger!, Pastor The St. _-. r ., i,;/ undiluted CARNATION Vi teaspoon pepperY ground beef the better Carnation \
Philips Episcopal Church, Rev.I :-. ETATOBATIDMZLS 1 tea.spoondrymustard .
dq" .t T. Vincent Harris. Pastor and 1 egg Vi cap finely chopped onion way, it keeps moist, firm and j I _

Ed Holt. Persons interested in Impounds ground beef %cup finely chopped tender-whether baked, broiled or | .

sending a boy to camp may %cup fine cracker crumbs green pepper pan fried. Try it in this wonderful J 7-
send their checks to 415: Broad
1.Blend all ingredients together until well mixed. new kind of cheeseburgers. I
KNIGHT street, .JamesYeldon Johnson Form meat mixture into 12 thin patties(about%cup i
Branch, YMCA. each).Place each petty on hamburger bun half :"\-
covering Bunburgers broiler the Labels! ;.
telY.PIace on pan. Recipes on i.
TRAIN 2.Broil S-7 inches from hAt for 5 to 7 minutes .
8-9 P.M. 12-1 NIGHTLY (or to your family's taste).Top each Every Carnat&a l has a good, t .,.

SWEET CHARIOT SETS LOYALTY DAYThe Bonburz-er with a cheese slice.Broil until tested recipe your family win enjoy. k j'ti
cheese bubbles(1 to 2 minutes).Serve : i ,',. WRHC with potato chips and relishes. Look for them! IEYAPORAflP ,,
1400 1400 Maceo Lodge 8, IBPOEW Is .

completing plans for the observance /'
9:30 to 10:30 MONDAY thru fRIDAY MILK
of the annual Elks Loyalty "' --. .
BLUES IN THE KNIGHT Day, which will be held August .
10:30.12 MONDAY thru SATURDAY Richer coffee flavor,too,with Carnation Evaporated Milk!
I t uc :
17 in the auditorium of the Elks

Building 712 W. Duval St. .' -. -


w k Ending b.d.y. July.12, 1958. THE FLORIDA? STAR Page STan
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Track Stars To Represent America; : Overseas

time of his auomobil acci- WILL BE READY ,
dent last January? Did you I Iv

know the Los Angeles Dod- .. .7..... .. /,''. '': -: .. ... .
"J.?=-: :.. ... .. : : : ...,:
1 1I gers are still carrying Campyon r :.. ; : IN SEVERAL COUNTRIESBy

the pay roll? Well., theyare ..
I'I I : because the ironmancatcher t G. Parham Johnson
I ,
is still a regular rx
I I Several tan track stars were named to the A.A.U.track
-- member of the team.HEAVYWEIGHT team that willrepresent the United States in Russia,

I CONTENDER Switzerland, Germany, Sweden and Japan during the summer -
,,I By C. Parham Johnson ROY HARRIS of The trip to these countries to engage in track meets

has been given the go-ahead sign by the State Department.It .
:l OLLIE MATSON who recently signed his 1958 contract Cut and Shoot, Texas appears is certain that these
. with the Cardinals has been given a substantial
4 Chicago to be all smiles since athletes will be ambassadorsof
if the band should strike
i hike last Matson is said to be the up
pay over year.
the bout with will and
Champion good living ex-
greatest football player in professional ranks. He played } 'The Star Spangled Banner'?
, in 1957 for $18,000. He will play in 1958 for a reportedly Floyd Patterson has been all 4 amples of the American way it is certain that they woulddo
of life. In the Pacific
, $""uUUg.,,1\" set. Harris says he will be crossing as all other faithful and

.... RICHARD AND ROBERT in the pink of condition and they will be carryingthe loyal Americans would do-
I Bowl in Jacksonville Saturday idea of "Peace on earth
HAINES schoolboy twins stand at attention in rever-
night Sept. 6. ready for the champion. Harris end goodwill towards men."
I. of Montclaire, N. J., inked I ence to a great nation. On
BIG JIM BROWN, the is 'a school teacher in his The prowness on the track
their Philadel- foreign soil, he is recognizedas
names to a man who could do every- home town of Cut and and their deportment off the
Phillies contract with a great American.
phia thing just a little better at Shoot, but he has also done track will tell the storY of
bonus in '
more than $70,000 Syracuse University and then a swell job at the prize .. "The land of the Free and Sports have gone a long
cash and security it was : the Home of the brave." in to establish -
I left there to become "Rookieof fighting game. I AA6fM./f long way helping
.. reported. The contract was the Year" with the Cleve- .*. They will spread the news the Fatherhood of God
in the of THE CHICAGO CUBS lost 4 6
signed presence land Browns, is back from cf the real true spirit of and the Brotherhood of man
chief of the one of the season's 5Ivu
Jim Gallagher the Army and studying law brightest American Democracy.The into the hearts of mankindthe
when failedto
.I. Phillies farm organization. at his Alma Mater until timeto prospects they world over. America,
MICKEY VERNON, at 40, report to the Cleveland secure the inked contract big question is, What the tan-skinned boys will not
;,'" is the oldest player to ever Browns training camp. of 19-year-old Spencer Scott, will they tell their competitors let you down.
r be selected on an All-Star. a student a Central Michigan on foreign soil when .
... : team. The veteran player has THE INDIANAPOLIS College. The Cubs lost out they are asked "How do

F', not found the age of 40 to CLOWNS have the distinction because the boy's father re- Negro ball players fare in . .

..;. be any handicap to him; her of enjoying one fused to give his consent. The the Southern Association?" ..
has held down first base for thing they don't share too 6-1,190 pound youngster had S Z Y ,} w i A there are none you know! REGISTER NOW
expressed his desire to sign, Or "How are mixed con-
;i: the Cleveland Indians quite much of with other teams. SO YOU CAN VOTE
;," successfully and for a long: Their 17-year-old rig h t- but being a minor he had to tests conducted in Louisiana?

!:,:. : while he led the American handed pitcher Ulysses Grant consult his father who turned and How do sports loving

t'..,.. :. League in batting. Greene feels just as muchat the deal down. citizens in many of our cities TIlE GOAL'S SET AT

JIMMY THOMPSON, the home pitching to a right BIG DON NEWCOMBE.who and states greet the tan hued

6 foot, 190 pound football handed batter with his rightas started off with a bang heroes who play their parts" 40,000 NEGRO VOTERSNOW

r;', '. star of Temple University he does turning southpaw by winning his first game as 1 so nobly on foreign soil? .
;': will report to the Philadelphia when he faces a lefthanded a Cincinnati Redleg, hasn't What would the boys do '

Eagles training base I batter. The side he pitches won a game since and hasn't Willie Gal more. fresh from the Florida A and M
;;:: when the team opens training. from depends upon the side been able to go the distance. Campus where he starred as a Rattler to the pro ranks I
(t camp. He is fullback, the batter is hitting from. Baseball fans were so over- with the Chicago Bears Willie (Gallopin Gal) Galimorewill
1.\; back and end. Last half-I' DID YOU KNOW. Roy joyed with his victory with be all set to write his name high in the annals of
t.,. played at all three Campanella's hospital bill is the Redlegs they started sports as he did in his rookie year. Galimore is shownin OPENPALMS!
' J for the Temple Owls. Thompson being paid from the pension talking abut Newcombe and the above photograph in one of his famous posesas

'. ,..'.- .' will be with the Eagles I fund for major league ballplayers Brooks Lawrence pitching he galloped for touchdown after touchdown. Fortunately -
;.'" when they meet the Wash- and that the fund Cincinnati to a pennant. The for Jacksonville and surrounding towns they

.f ,'.;. ingon Redskins at the Gator has taken care fo it from the big question is, can Newk had an opportunity to see the Gallopin Gal as he made

"" stage a comeback with the his pro debut with the Bears against the Pittsburgh

Redlegs? Steelers at the Gator Bowl. In sophomore year he

TROUBUVmHT EWI.! "': will be joined by the second par! of the Rattlers touch-
HAVIN DELUXE down twins Al Frazier. who will also be a member of
the Bears.ALTHEA.
is made,by the -




RfMOV: BEARD WITNOU j o RpIOR usE. WIMBLEDON, England Althea Gibson, the "Reign-

fASjr EASY, PLEA ing Queen of the Courts" triumphed for the second straight ( THE 2-SPOT)
,F Perfumed with a manly year in winning the 1958 tennis championship. I II
"I'ho fonnic otar* frr\m. TToT.. ._
iiic tennis siai ii um iicnlem
F,- -.asiSiSK V'' h Lucky Days, Lucky Colors has won the hearts -1 all fair-minded athletic fans

'' St f Di 2 wolltb's suSEIID PPl1 t0 BY ASTROLOGY and successfully won the I DANCING NIGHTLY I

: \ T HE SHAVING S7-Cti PowoER..SAYANNAN.P.0.60X3 lA co.. ,A ,f ,; In Your WeeklyHOROSCOPE GUIDE 29-20-3 honor outstanding of becoming female the star most of

oraac Send ;2.00 for your Horo- the courts in winning the
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scope Guide with lucky numbers world singles and doubles ON STAGE ATTRACTION
lucky days lucky colors." championships.After .
Enclose a stamped envelope. Watch This down
;. beating one of Eng-
8 2 lands' most celebrated stars,

: DO YOU KNOW. -0- 7 5 Angela bring the Mortimer: singles, 8-6 championship 6-2 to- I THE .

FlU In and Mall to: 7 0 back to America, sheremoved I

; Drinks never taste thin all doubts about her
554 38 116 mastery of the game among MIDNIGHTERSCal
I P. O. Box 'JDJacksonvUle the tennis greats, both pros
with GORDON'S Gin? 1, Fla. 46-69-09 and amateurs.

Sometimes he's Following her triumph, Green and His Orchestra
Name .....:................. Sometimes he's down up questions asked about

Another good reason ADDRESS .................. He adds, subtracts her idea of turning pro. Miss
A He works It al around
City, State ...:.............. Gibson answered the ques- ADMISSION_75c-MONDAY Thru THURSDAY
why GORDON'Sis Coming Attractions tions by saying she had no
Birthday .................... intentions of to
turning professional 90c Friday Saturday. Sunday and Holidays
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America'sbestselling month it day -
!u'w. ; ( tennis. In winningthe
singles and doubles-cham-
gin! I II I I pionships, it was pointed out

that :Miss Gibson has a very I SPECIAL
bright future in the professional -
I I Ii PDSNERStbonairt world. SUNDAY 3:30 TO 6:30 P.M.
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Miss Gibson was asked
I. about the possibility of launching TEENAGE MATINEE
01lL l I .
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II She said there is "a
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I she did not elaborate on it .
Fr THAN to that others
:except say are
DISTILLED I 3 Mr,.rtd .working on the idea at the POSITIVELY NO ADULTS I II"
a .
G1a VALUE! Crsonlws'CiIt England will rememberhow
a nt>>IiT
I rr llllltitlRl.AIISAonw narrowly she missed out

on becoming the first womanto COMING NEXT WEEK !
.--T--: tk.... gain three titles since I

Doris Hart did it in 1951. Al- STARTING MONDAY. JULY 14

HANDY POCKET AL 1r.w Iwr 'wi.. I eh most exhausted she refusedto
IUSKS AND 1"8 give up, but stayed in and
.4/5 QU Aen fought to the finish in the
aIMI CUlL battle for the mixed crown. Arthur
I ITHERE'S Prysock
Despite her early arrivalin
i hI1pAmIfly11wIfraTUw I New York, she was met
at Idlewild Airport, Manhattan -

il GORDON'S1111//1111 by Borough President
Hulan E. Jack and other

BACH officials who were on handto J THE PALMS DINING ROOM

m I PUB. SPlItS BCTUII na CI I.... roar,air$ m CII tD. in.LD tL.I.L give her a heart-warming
greeting. I

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STAB. Week Ending Salurtiay Jolr 12. 1958
I MAN IS NABBED the burglary was in progress. FOR RENT OR"!..SALE
FOUR-APARTMENT Drawing: and Painting 195Ss BIG HIT! REG PRICESISTRAND AFTER LEAPING When.the officers entered the 1 Hospital Bed and Wheel Chair.
HOUSE New Location building they saw the suspect Phone EL 4-1555. .
THROUGH GLASS crawling on the floor toward the
FOR SALE BY OWNER: AMERICAN" SCHOOL Ilml S BlLlllISt' front of the building. ROOM,FOR RENT
19th Street Near Pearl Furnished for nice
OF ART Ledios Smith 19 1151 Lee St. room couple or

$16,500 Substantial 1233 KING STREET R k r it({(f J1.iEr I capture lost out last oi his Tuesday attempt when to escape he, JOImJ ROOMS e.s Rooming FOR RENT House single Phone EL man.40718.Children welcome.

I leaped through a plate glass window -
DOWN PAYMENT 1 50 Cents Per Hour'' 1 Finest in Jacksonville All mod.
Refrigerators and Air
REQUIRED tm m w r.HlUm JJWU J! t thILW A I'and of patrolmen a supermarket surrounded as deputies the' era conviences. Rooms by the day Conditioners
PHONE EV 4-7171 'I or night. For information phoneEL SERVICED and REPAIRED
CALL EL building.
6-1431 \Mlwi1m I t mi l I' 5-4025 627 W. Ashley St. i ii Call PO 44)127
Veteran Approved
For Appointment ....... I A telegraphic burglar alarm
.Lft.q'IW[ .0 brought the attention of county officers i _.
.., I : to Setzer's store, LovegroveRoad
Sat. July 13 19 and Beach Boulevard where
t PlusJane Russell in

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