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Florida star
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Florida star (Jacksonville, Fla.)
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Florida star news
Physical Description:
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Jacksonville Fla
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August 16, 1958
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General Note:
"Florida's statewide black weekly."
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Publisher: Eric O. Simpson, Feb. 14, 1981- .
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By Eric O. SimpsonThe Staff Correspondent

yam:yY 'iii -I trend toward self-government has seeped down to A suit seeking damages amounting to $30,00 4 has been

Jacksonville with the result that a move is afoot to incorporate -, filed in Circuit Court against heirs of the Afro-American
a Negro city embracing Lincoln Villa, :Magnolia Gar- Insurance Company and the operator of the Lincoln Golf
dens, Floradale and Royal Terrace. and Country Club. .
Signs were being posted Ernest D. Jackson, local 1.
FAMU JACKSONVILLE GRADUATES-These are the members o"f the graduating Friday calling for an election' attorney and politician who Lewis, deceased vicepresident -
I f class at Florida Aand M University from Jacksonville. They are Lorenza Col of city officials for the pur-: 21 POLICEMEN won the election for Justiceof AfroAmericanLife
i lina left Ethel Brown. Ralph Robinson. Bertram Wilson Houston KeiL Evelyn Wells pose of incorporating the, the Peace but was thrownout of the

and J. F. Keller. city. The election has been I by political maneuvers, Insurance Company, to .
---- --- --- -- -- set for Sept. 15.Incorporation. PASS TESTS has instituted legal proceed- his son, James Lewis, Jr.

of the area ings against Mrs. Nellie Lewis If .7..

TWO NEW PRINCIPALS NAMED; PHANTOM THIEF as an independent city takeson FOR SERGEANT executrix of the estate of .. ,.r '--..,..i..
great significance. It I the late J. Leonard Lewis :: 1
means that Negroes in the I and Curtis Taylor, managerof ?: :
23 WIN TEACHER $53.33A "J.
area win have their own the Country Club, where t :
mayor--city council, chief 'tof? i Twenty-one of 24 uniform Jackson alleges he sustained '.. \,! :'
t The Duval County School Board approved the appointment police, fire department. and patrolmen passed a revised injuries. 1
of two new principals-both women-along with four thief using methods simi- city manager. promotional examination given Jackson, in his bill of com 4 1
principal transfers, two teacher transfers and 23 teacher appointments lar to the "phantom thief" The move to L incorporatea :Monday for the Tank of: plaintcharged that the ceiling -. 4
who has entered more than a unformed ;
\ : seperate city will be decided sergeant.The in the main dining Ai:
The newly named princi- dozen homes in the past four by a vote of the free- first examination given of the 'Country Club" fell room on 1,. wMr. '1
pals are Airs. Edith Hill And- Arie L. Norton-Moncrief; weks escaped with another' holders in the community.The had only one applicant him as he got to leave after -
erson, former teacher at Isa- Mary L. Crawley Long- this week. plan is being supported making a passing grade, was dining and up partaking of
iah Blocker School, who be- branch; Mrs. Mary Thompson, 39, by Negro leaders who see considered too difficult. soft drink, on the night of
acting principal at Juanita D. Johnson-A. L. of 1703 W. 2nd Street,
comes reported many advantages in settingup Members passing the exam- August 7, 1956.
Jacksonville Beach School, the entrance to her
Lewis; I an independent city. ination included l ward The Jacksonville
: and Mrs. Estelle B. Lovin- James Holloway, Jr.,-For home by a thief WhO gainedhis There are two other incorporated Hickson, Beamon W. Kendall, charges that he suffered attorney lacerations
good, librarian at New Stan- 'est Park; way into her house "Negro cities" in Flo- Solomon Weston, Lewis C.
of the and
ton High School assigned as Josephine W. Gohagan through an open kitchen win- rida. Williams, Charles J. Scriven, scalp I
acting principal at Arlington Oakland; dow.She Walter Solomon, Johnnie J. body as well as a serious concussion -
High School. Delores T. Waddell J Oak- said the thief took $35 Doe, Freddie L. Mays, Ed- of the brain which
land. from a trousers' pocket. $9 ward J. Jefferson I cost him large sums of mon-I
George '
The follows principal transfers are I from an insurance envelope, WOMAN DIES I Bradley, Joe J. Seldon, Sidney ;j ey for hospital and medical _
as : I $7.35 from a woman's bag i| Gaines, Jr., Clarence Barton, services. He said the injuries --
William B. Langley, from and $2 from under scarg on Augustus Jones, Alvin R. 'caused him to suffer great = N-:Jis Lov/Ss

Jacksonville Beach School to ,I chest of drawers. A total of i AT PRISON II James, George R. Henry, Rob- ;' monetary losses in connection su-d L r n:'i\ genes
West Jacksonville School. $53.35 was reported missing. ert L. Jenkins, William II. with the practice of law. ,',' t .
Mrs. Aldonia Joiner, from I Mrs. Thompson said the I Harris, and Marion Massey. I The plaintiff charges l\trs.j'
Richard, L. Brown School to thief left her butcher knifeon FARM MONDAY I Charles Sea, the sole appli- 1 Lewis as execetnx of ",..- .._.... _
Susie Tolbert School. I the back porch.It cant who passed on the first !tate with "negligence", in'I Ii
Richard Cook, from Long I i is believed the burglar examination, is awaiting his i"allowing the ceiling to be-,
Branch School to Richard L. !picked up the knife andcar-I Death by natural causes appointment from the board. come cracked and refusing I
Brown School. I It ried it to arm himself as he I was the verdict rendered in l Four other appointments will over a period to repair it. .1 i
Mrs. Adrianna N. Wesson t moved about looting the the case of Betty Diane Smith be made from applicants having although certian portions had 4v.
.. house. the top five grades and fallen."
who died at the City Prison I
from School to
Branch Arlington School. I Patrolmen R. George and Farm shortly after she was will come after Sea receiveshis The suit seeks $15,000 damj j
Long George Bradley investigated. sentenced in Municipal Courton rank. Out of a force of ages from the executrix of i
Teacher transfers included I
William W. Graeen, from: a drunken, disorderlyand 27 only one did not apply for the Lewis estate and $15.000 I
New Stanton to Matthew W. using profane language the examinationnation. Re- .from Curtis Taylor who is I)
charge. sults showed 21 passed, three described as Mrs. Lewis'
Gilbert and Mabel Blockson
from Baldwin School to Oak- FLIMFLAMMER Miss Smith was ,arrested failed and one resigned re agent operating the club ,,
land Schol. I last Saturday at 10 p.m. in cently. \ I jointly with the defendant.
NEW APPOINTEES I the 1000 block of West Union I The Lincoln Golf and.M.
FLEECES JAXON Stret by Patrolman WilliamH. Country Club is part of the
The new appointtees namedare :Mr. Tom Lester, well- SHERIFF IS FREEDBY I
Harris. She was docketedat estate left by J. Leonard
known shoe dealer: who has 10:30 p.m. by Officer J. D. ALL-WHITE JURY
Mable Steward-Bethune; been in the shoe business for OF HIS MONEY
Bald- McCormic. ,
Joseph W., Carter -
30 the
win years announces opening The deceased was tried in WATER VALLEY, Miss.-
of his shoe
new store in
Lucille A. Williams-John :Municipal Court'last.Monday A Jury staged. out only 28 .. .
E. Ford' the Lakewood Children'sShop f John Sumpter of 1817 W. and'finel $15. Failing'to.pay minutes to-bring in a,verdictof -. --
Annie Mae Butler-John E. : in Lakewood Shopping 41st Street was the victim of the fine she was sent to the not guilty'for Sheriff'J. G. FOR WOMAN'S Ernest D. Jackson. Sr.

Ford I Center..o flim-flammers Friday, Aug. 8 Prison Farm. Trelaor who was being triedon .. '. wants damagesThe
\ Louise G. Guinyard- New Mr. Lester who has been as h e was leaving a store aft- Mrs. R. L. Barnes, Matron a manslaughter charge.It .
( Stanton, ; associated with the firm of er he had cashed his weekly in charge when the deceased was reported that Woodrow MURDERERA I
I Francis Ldttlejohm New Utsey end Lester for 18 years pay check. arrived at the Farm Wilson Daniels, 31, diedon popular club, in turn,
Stanton I extends an. invitation: to his said the prisoner appeared in 1 of brain hemor-
; i Sumpter told police after he July a it is reported is part of the
Oliver W. Parson New i many friends and customers good health. She ate dinner rhage 10 after his
had cashed his check, two days release unsettled estate of the late
Stanton- 'whom he has served to visit before she'was :issued prison from jail. man known only as "Ci-
Henry J. Hart-New Stanton his new store. before men whom flashed he had what never looked seen clothes. She.said at 4:18 p.m. The sheriff admited that he 'gar" is still at large after the A. L. Lewis, founder of ,
He assures everyone that Monday EUa base Dennis,'an did hit the prisoner several knife slaying of Eddie Mae the Afro-American in which
like rolls of bills. He said
:Jean Forrester S. P. they will receive the same they asked him to take them other'prisoned, came and told times but'said the blows could Williams, 45, of 1540 Davis the club was bequeathed to I
her the deceased' sick'and Street about 9:30 p.m. .last i
Livingston courteous service and atten- was not have caused the prisoner'sdeath.
home and he agreed to do so. the late attorney
Marion L. Bessent. R. L. tion' they have gotten in the They two told him since for her to come at.once..When, Saturday. {
she arrived at the Hoik Witnesses told police "Cigar" -
Brown; past. they,were going the quarters Although he is reported to
Elizabeth T. Downing TOM LESTER'S SHOES were going to be together dead.Betty Diane Smith was have walked out of the jail, 1600 was block in of a Davise tavern in Street the ken to Duval Medical Centerby

Mathew W. Gilbert; will a complete line of why not put all.the money in Daniels died in a hospital in when Mrs. Williams in police ar:!b'jlan"p where ,
carry Captain W. C. Hardesty of came
S. 'Pierce Susie 10 after his
Dorothy Memphis days release -
E. Tolbert; the famous Poll Parrot Shoes one envejope, John Sumpter the Prison Farm was notifiedof from the Water Valley carrying a butcher boning she was, treated by Dr. Lyle.A .

Nancy J. Williams Mon- for children, teenagers and said.When what had happened. The jail. knife. She got into an argument short time later she died in
criuf big boys. he opened the envelope Captain called Homicide Divi- with "Cigar" and they the emergency room. The
Gwendolyn; H. Washington The genial shoe dealer saida it contained only $1, but sion. Sgts. G. T. Jones and F. went out onto the street husband, El'"estVillim1.c;,
-Susie Tolbert; pair of shoes will be given he had lost $34.77 which was A. Gruber answered the calL TALLAHASSEE Cleve- where she began cutting on lives at 1540 Davis St.
-Hippard' -'Mon- away each day until August .his entire week's pay, Sump When they arrived, they land Lynn, Jr., 19-year-old : the man. "Cigar" fled the ?cen and
crief ; 23. Nothing to buy, just go in ter said. He admitted the called Dr. Charles Henley who Chaires man, received a 16- Police .were also told by has not been apprehended.
Barbara J. HoUoway Mon- and register. During the whole,thing was stupid, police went to the Farm and pronounced year sentence on aman- witnesses that after the man Patrolmen Jesse Jackson,
crief '. grand opening, Friday and the woman dead. slaughter conviction. for shoot- had been tut,he then took the Edward Hickson. Sgts. G. T.
Jirnmie; A.. JohnsonYon- Saturday every child will receive said.Patrolman H. L. Plunkett 'The' body"was 'sent' to 'the ing Owens'Harris earlier-this knife andstarted stabbingand Jones and F. A. Gruber inves-
crIef; a surprise gift. investigated. County Morgue. spring. cutting her. She was ta- tigated.JIBRARY .



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Page Two THE FLORIDA STAR Week Ending Saturday. August 16, 1958

THE FLORIDA STAR -..-- .. ...-.,. .. -:-. .\. :::-.....- .... "Politics As Usual .
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-- ill By Eric 0. Simpson

Published by The Florida Star Publishing Co. 10'"'

Despite all the name-calling going on between Senator t
Ry Holland and his opponent Claude Pepper, I saw where Sen-
MAIN OFFICE PLANT: V) ator Holland invited Mr. Pepper to have lunch with him

2323'Moncrie Road .__._.. ;__. EL 4-6782 EL 4-6783 when they bumped into each other in a local hotel.
Downtown Branch Office: 423 Broad St. Phone EL 4-3773 rJ Holland's '

) M1I ;. invitation his t o gether and laugh over the

.- : -. w opponent
Mailing Address: "--- r : c, 1 y h ; join him for whole affair, while in many

P. O. Box 561 Jacksonville 1, Florida" cases, the Negro supportersof
s3 lunch is Typical -
f -
each white
opponent remain -
.- of the atti- ,
I p bitter enemies.
.. ..
I Eric;; O Simpson Editor tude among
t- *
C. Parham Johnson : ,_ /. News Staff :; : f / i t white candi-
.i lates Some of the h 's"1 1
., opposingeach "bag
AUamae Richardson
Dept. .. tf
Circulation 1 >I' .
t other. meaning the politico who get

: NFl E f!! Ji They are Keen the money bag to campaignin
the colored areas for "the
"Member of Associated Negro Press" J
r rivals, but they group" might find them-
SUBSCRIPTION RATES SIMPSON maintain i i selves greatly embarrassedon

One Year, $5.00; Half Year, $3.00: Three Months, $1.80 friendly relationships. They the morning of September ,
never become bloody antag- 10, after the votes are count-
Mailed To You, Anywhere In The United States. onists nor resort to acts of ed in the first primaries.

Subscription Payable in Advance. Send Check or Money Order To: physical This spirit harm.:of friendly rival- Many of the Democratic !

FLORIDA STAR-P. O. BOX 561-JACKSONVILLE 1. FLORIDA ry that prevails among white Committeemen and Commit-

politicians is one that Ne- teewomen have found that
groes on opposite political the "bag boys" collect cash
% sides might do well to adopt. for the work the committeemen J

HERITAGE loRl Too often we find Negro poli- and their precinct workers I
do in getting citizens out
ticians and near politicians }
,110 I to register and to vote. t
(THE. HIDDEN SECRET WEAPON) allowing their political differ-
ences to transform them into A large group of elected
bitter enemies, destroying committeemen and commit-
long-standing friendships.In teewomen along with their I
There are seventeen million Negroes in the United my time I have heard .
States but white candidates call each oth-
despite this grand total, he is still low man on I are still in the process of
the totem pole. such names as "af pussyfooter screning the various, candi-
," "a red," "a do-nothing," dates will decide on whom
One authority says the Negro has a very low level "a tool," and so on, any of they will support in their va-

of culture in his home and neighborhood; and in comparison which would have caused fist- rious precincts.It .
to the Jewish and Italian' immigrants of fifty Your Weekly icuffs between Negro opponents
years means that some of the
ago he is found wanting because of the lack of this culture Strangely enough, after the "bag bays" who are given a

which is so prevalent in the other minority groups. Horoscope GuideWHICH battle of words is over be- slat 2 ,.; candidates to campaign -

Non pooling of resources is said to be the other failing, tween white political opponents for might find that sev-

and the lack of a trend towards Negro businesses with and ARE YOUR LUCKY DAYS FOR they very often get to- eral of their men are left at );
the polls which is to
for the Negro, renders him almost likened to a babe in the BUSINESS LOVE TRAVEL tabs on such matters, for make the "bag-boys" look

woods economically speaking. awfully bad.DON'T .
there could be happenings or
TRUE By developments of which
TRUE --- TRUE but how on earth I you
can a man throw his life savings or his all into a pooHosupport are unaware. I
a cause he does not really have one iota of faith in? I GAMBLE WITH
CANCER lay for pleasure and socIaldoings
Subsequently it is heritage, the love of, and pridein Born March 21 thru April 20 Born June 22 thru July 23 could seriously deplete AQUARIUSBorn
race and country that's the unknown quantity' in the In the first twelve days of This month you will find your ready cash at this time. Jan. 21 thru Feb. 19 I POLIOVACCINATE!
series of minus factors that make up the centuries old August, there is a tendency neighborhood affairs stirredup 690888986696. You should be gratified by J
failings .of the American Negro. successes during the second
towards lack of moderationin and you may have to
: Heritage term it connection with friends cope with some very stub- week of August and again r
as will inheritance
you ; patrimony, I individualsfrom LIBRA around the 31st. Efforts to
Resolve born irritable
and social
pursuits. ,
it birthright still inborn traits what ever it may be called, ahead of time to let your i time to time. Curtail Born Sept. 24 thru Oct. 23 cement ties with friends,
spells out: Friends may not act justas relatives, and neighbors work
resources of money and en- the tendency to speak sharply f
'" GUTS! MULTIPERSONA.A ergy determine your pace.i and bluntly. Since Mars you expect them to do out well if pushed at these
Your ability to discharge re- has much to do with finances when,Mars is afflicted duringthe favorable times. The latter
young Italian can fight to the end and still feel his sponsibilities and attract at- and personal possessions first ten days of Augustand date could also tie in witha
efforts wanting if compared to those of Cavor or Garri-. tention for patience and where are concerned, again around the 23rd. serious journey or a development -
baldi. A Greek Has Alexander the Great, the heroes of your is excellent.The the events you of this month, Instead, they will probably l at home that is to \
.; Homer and all the former Greek greats, the Spanish their perseverance course of events duringthe which have been previously prove overly aggressive, stub- your liking. Duties and demands -

pride of noble ancestry, the English their past heroes of first twenty-three daysof outlined, will likely have born, and quite inconsiderate of.your career or posi-
the former world spanning British of your funds or belongings. tion in life make the
Empire, and here in August will result in a some impact on y.ur pocket- may
America a Texan will protect his heritage a la the Alamo; rise of confidence. book. Be very guarded this month] first week or so of August

others will take the likes of Washington, Lincoln, Jackson, 2-40-44-58-42-243. 850334831851.LEO in accepting new acquaintances somewhat onerous.
Grant, Lee and so on down the line But in the midstof into your intimate 3-10-6S-12-64-316.
all the swelling of breasts with pride for the accom- circle, and don't be reluctant T (

plishments of the various immigrants and their cohorts, TAURUS to weed out the undesirable. I' PISCES
friends and relatives, what is happening to that poor step Born April 21 thru May 21 Born July 24 thru Aug. 23 430332931439. Born Feb. 20 thru May 21 ]

child, that second class citizen, the ever present one who At the same time, there are Look out for a tendency to .I You may find it necessary
is not even entitled to the privileges and opportunities cross aspects tp Mars in be like a bull in a china to be very watchful concern- 4 BEFORE TOO LATE!
awaiting any unborn immigrant from abroad? force, particularly during the closet over money matters, SCORPIO ing developments that could
first ten days of the month possessions, expenses, and Born Oct. 24th thru Nor..22 get you beyond your depth j I
He is still waiting to receive what has been legally his and again around the 23rd, your drive for increased The sun in good aspect to financially, especially when
since 1776.
Saturn on the 12th, and to
which urge you to show re- earnings. The need for self- Venus is square Jupiter on
Maybe he could surge forth if the pride and glory of j straint and self-discipline lest discipline and control is Jupiter on the 20th, assures the 12th. You may not get i POLIO IS ON THE INCREASEIN

the life of Beethoven, Toussaint, Alexander Dumas, certain your aggressive qualities and strong, so keep your guardup you of some very happy experiences all the pleasure you expect| NORTHERN FLORIDA. DO \\1
Black Saints and Knights of old Nordic Germany, Historyof impulsive moods bring set- if temper begins to flare. this month, parti- out of travel or outlay for) .SHARE IN THE t
the Russian backs or losses. The urge to satisfy- cularly if you keep in close Focial doings while Venus isj I ATTACK ON POLIO. BEGIN
Language, Ethopian Empires, Haile Selassie, You can expect some
touch with loved
ones, neighbors YOUR ANTI-POLIO S A L K
Hannibal, Egypt, India, Past :Mongrel Conquerers, Puskin take risks is very strong ing developments which will and close relatives The caught up in cross-currents. SHOTS TODAY. I
and a host of foreign and domestic heroes whose history now, but so is the danger of prove helpful to your futureor second and third weeks of 190888785197. '- -- --
has been deliberately buried or altered to exclude the accident or difficulties. to business affairs duringthe could
Negro, was burning in his breast and 3-70-99-68-97-989. second week of August August for prove Be very
good vacationing. sure .
around the end
PUSHING HIM FORWARDAll and probably that changes and trips you :. YF
of the month, on or about the i
make at this time are war- .
these facts if properly brought to 1 fight could firea GEMINI 31st. ranted. A ,.
man with that much needed extra charge to proudly rise Born May 21 thru June 21 420111813421.VIRGO 6-70-55-69-59-678. if
to the occasion, duplicate and even surpass some of the The first ten days of this 4Y

wondrous deeds of valor, patriotism and record of achieve- month are not recommendedfor SAGITTARIUSBorn r

ment gone before him. All the little helping of historical any forcing of issues that ,Born Aug. 24 thru Sept. 23 Nov. 23 thru Dec. 21 f
data dealing with our former greats carry the usual .defacing can bring showdowns or Since Venus is adverse to From this position, it will n. t
entry of 'he was once a slave' or 'his father was oncea trouble in basic affairs. Tryto Saturn on the 7th and 8th, foster increased sociability
slave and so on; but no one cares to mention that the keep clear of irritating square to Jupiter on the 12th, between yourself and those I
very first Africans imported to this country were not people and aggravating situ- it will be well for you to be nearby, particularly likeable
slaves 'but engineers who were expert in the laying of ations, particularly those certain that any expenditureat neighbors and close relatives,
irrigation canals. No one makes much of the fact that there which sprout-on the home these times is warranted 1 people for whom you feel t t
were also Negro slave owners who had white bond servants flit or around your office before you go ahead. The inclination real affection. Keep your
and slaves in thier charge; and rarely does anyone mention early this month. Maintain to immoderate schedule of trips and visits

much more to teach of the known Negro blood possessed your poise, and try to swing spending and extravagance: within reasonable Ii m its.
by not a few of the so-called Fathers of this our country. with the tide as much as will be quite strong during Shun any tendency to be immoderate -
I But alas, they are there, the facts ark so, but the possible. the second week of August, or careless concern-
knowledge of such is sparse and mostly hidden. S-60-55-5&-53-563. particularly on the 12th. Out- ing the amenities of life, your i

:Maybe one day, some how, some where, this know- appearance, and diet. Failureto
ledge, this spark, this hypo, will make men of GET YOUR-HOROSCOPE READING exercise restraint along
; weepers, r
and Kings of Men. Vae t1 u ooopea J.eana more about yo rie IkId 1. eed8 (0 these lines could result in
I dime ID eeID) for Mdt bor.-eop& ordered lit 'maIL I8d8& '.$dfaddresed some difficulty or indisPosi- '
.ItEilt: 1 ., He A.W. j
et roped eIIftIote.. Wdta $IIII7. ftIa afsee doer sot appI7 tion.180Tl7875186..
to I'MI4sd8' ef tin dondsloa et CaaIMIa.II .


P. O. BOX 561JACKSONVILLE 1 Born Dec. 22 thru Jan. 20 --PRESENTING ,
Tune in.on .,the social
1, FLA. opportunities -
I that
I come through
8-9 PX. 12.1 NIGHTLY ;
Name friends at this time, but
don't get off on tangents SWEET CHARIOT
I dddreir I II 950 to 1050 MONDAY tfcrn JTBXX4Y
with them that can result in
heavy outlay, any waste of SATURDAY.
10:30.12 MONDAY thru
017- funds or valued possessions.Be .

on guard against troubleor 1400 WRHC 1400
I INat. of Birth I danger. Also, give attention -

-DU. ... I interests that .lie in
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BLOSSOM CIRCLETO Applications for MarriageLicenses J I- -

SPONSOR OUTING Lillian Simpkins and 1I I1 1- ,

The Pansy Blossom Sewing Sons of New Jersey City. N. I
Circle will sponsor an outingto Leroy Smith, 5273 Cleveland J.. were recent visitors in the By.
Brunswick, Ga., August Road, age 21 and Ber- city as guest of Mrs. NancyM. LOUISE G. GUINYARDMrs.

23. f nIce Walker, 5273 Cleveland Brown at 1266 W. 21st

The bus will leave Florida Road, age 20. Street. Delphine M. Brinson proved quite successfully

Avenue B8 a.m., and will Willie Burch, 4075 Old St. last week that no one is indispensable and we are deeply

leave Third Street and Florida k Augustine Road, age 27 and :Mrs. Sallie Neal of 1243 W. indebted to her for the wonderful' editorial Job.
Avenue at 8:30: a.m. Freadie :Mazyck, 4075 Old St. .
18th Street, left the city recently .
Augustine Road 23.
Harvey J. Harper, 1622 W. to attend the funeral It's an adorable baby girl for the Joe Thayers. Little
TRUEVINE CLUB of her cousin E. Leonard.
State Street, age 25 and Jim-, Blanco Juliette put in her appearance at 12OJl a.m. Wednes
PLANS OUTING mie P. Baity, 1367 Miller St., day. August 6, at Brewster Hospital. Both Vanette and her .
The Truevine Club of
rict Number 4 of the Second age 20. -.M r s. Annie B. Lawrence new daughter are doing fine.

Church held its meeting Walter Johnson, 2088 Bald-i left the city recently for New I s s s s
recently in the home of win. Street, age 23 and Tres- York City to.spend several Mrs. Charlotte D. Stewart is taking in the stage and
sie Byers, 2088 Baldwin St., days[ with her sisters. She television shows
Mrs. Mamie Burgess. on Broadway while visiting in New York
Plans were completed for t\ge 22. will also visit in Buffalo. N. City. She is the sister of Miss Lydia Dwight. .
be held Jimmie G. Walker, Route 9, I Y. and Niagara Falls.
the club's outing to :
28 instead of August Box 1027 C, age 25 and An- a a a a s
I August netta R. Brooks, 5312 Mays Mr. and Mrs. Jimmie George Walker are honeymooning
21st as originally planned. Drive, age 24. Mr. and Mrs. Leroy Jones in south Florida after a beautiful wedding ceremony in the
Willie F. Cannon and children of 1515 Francis Si. Philips Episcopal Church
r Jr., 1431 Saturday evening. August 9.
Blue Light Social Club W 21st Street, age 28 and Street left the city to attend performed by the Rev. T. Vincent Harris.
the> funeral of his cousin,I
Ruth C. Collins
To Sponsor Outing 2816 Mon-
The Blue Light Social Club tS crief Road, age 29. Miss Equilla Leonard. They Mrs. Walker, the former Miss Arnetta Ross Brooks, is

will sponsor an outing to ..' i s Page Gallon, Jr., 1536 Mt. were accompanied by Mr. the daughter of Mrs. Cora F. Ross, 5312 May Drive.
Brunswick, Ga. August 17. I Herman Street, age 28 and I and :Mrs. Charles Silas. Mrs. Walker's sole attendant was her sister, Miss Bea-

The bus will leave Myrtle Olean Hart, 1351 :Mt. Herman .. i trice Ross of Los Angeles, California, while Charles WalkerJr.
and Eighth Street at Street served as best man. for his brother, Jimmie.
Avenue 20.
age George Allen Royal, Jr.. Is '
c I Also present for the wedding was John Ross, Jr. of
8 a.m. Roosevelt Fedd, 1915 De- month in Cape
spending a Long Beach, California, brother of the bride who her
Cottes Street., age 27 and Oli- May N. J.. with his father.\ gave

"- .. via Tarver, 1917 DeCottes St., George A. Royal. Sr.. and away.
Friendly.Social Club ;. ,;.. : .; ... ..' ;..1.1Yrs..n. age 27. while there plans to visit also t M S

The Friendly Four :Social:; .wn. T TJ: ..... ....-rw..._....dis Samuel J. Harper, 1112 with his uncle and aunt: Mr. Miss Louvenia Solomon spent the past week in Atlanta,
Savings Club will sponsor an Evergreen Avenue, age 29 and Mrs. Johnnie Royal. He Georgia, visiting relatives.
outing to Little Talbot Island, WEDDING EVENT-Mr. and Mrs. Joseph Alexan- and Beatrice, Mathis, 1155 will attend school in Philadelphia
August 17. The bus will leave der. Jr.. who exchanged marital vows in an impressive Phelps Street":lige 33. Pa.. this fall. I t a i i

Davis Street and Kings Roadat ceremony held in St. Johns Baptist Church last Thurs- Cornelius Boyd, Jr., 470( A bridge event of note was the party given- by Mrs.
8 a.m., Union and Clay day. August 7 are seen cutting their beautifully deco Franklin Street, age 23 and I Dewey E. Wells of 1696 Fairfax Street last Saturday even
1- Streets at 8:15 a.m. and will rated three-tiered cake. Ruth Hubbard, 1918 College Mr. F. M. Johnson, of Wa, ing honoring her daughter. Mrs. Christine Hall Campbellof

leave Union Street and Flor- The newly-wed bride is the former Miss Mary Ruth Circle, age 21. co, Texas i S visiting his St. Albans. New York.

ida Avenue at 8:30 a.m. Brown. granddaughter of Mrs. Vickey Hayes of this Arthur Johnson, General mother, Mrs. Ophelia Johnson -\ Included on the guest list were Miss Gwendolyn Johnson -

city. The groom is the son of Mr. and Mrs. Joseph Delivery, 'Mayport, Florida, his aunt, :Mrs. Cornelia. Mrs. Nellyvonne T. Russell Mrs. Barbara Harper Mrs.
1 Alexander. Sr.. also of this city.S. age 20 and Julia Jordan, Muse 1424 Madison Street i Dorothy Oliver. Mrs. Essie D. McCray. Mrs. Rosemond S.
Eastside Club to Meet' General Delivery, Atlantic and his brother C. ParhamJohnson. Lawson Mrs. Eva Satterwhite Mrs. Sarah S. Lovett. Mrs.

The Eastside Christian Sav- G. BAKER CLUB I ST. JOHN SKI BEES I Beach, Florida, age 17. Mr. Johnson is in: Doris Glover Bennett and Mrs. Helen Bryant Robinson.
ing Club held its meeting in I Johnnie Tookes, 171 Fair-i the newspaper business and;I Prizes were awarded to Mrs. Bennett, Mrs. Lawson, and
, the home of Mrs. Annie M. TO HOLD MEETINGThe SPONSORED FRIENDS I fax Street, age 29 and De- is a licensed real estate dealer. i Miss Johnson.' .

Wright, 720 East Union St. I DAY AT NEW BERLINThe lores Y. Rachel, 1148 W. 10th I I He will spend one weekin I I
I *
Street, age 22. ", the city before returningto
G. Baker Club held-
St. John Ski Bees Green 919 Waco. Dr. and Mrs. Alonzo Boddie of :Millidgeville, Georgia
its Leroy Broad St., .
Ladies Saving Club home meeting of recently in the sponsored their annual Parents age 49 and Bessie Thomas, vacationed at American Beach for two weeks recently.Dr. .
Mrs. Lula Jones 106
Announces MeetingThe and Friends Day, recently 3617 Staurt Street, age 41. I and Mrs. Lansing G. Childs are among local friends
Ladies of Leisure Social Evergreen at New Berlin, Christopher's Artie Coley, 1011 W. 25th Mrs. Myrtle Harrison instructor I of the couple.Mrs. .
James W 1 d
and Saving Club held its The July meeting was heldin Pier. Street, age 19 and Delois at returned e o to n I 5 .
Johnson School
meeting recently in the homeof Mars the home of Mrs. Ethel The members are juniors Humming, 1635 Madison. St., the city recently from an extensive -f I: Virginia Nettles and Mrs. Pauline E. Davis
Mrs. J. Jones,
Liptrot with Jamisonas ranging from 9 of
George years 18.Harry. '
age ago vacation in Mars Hill. motored to Miami earlier this week where they left via
4 I host. Devotional services' through 17. A variety acts C. Castle, 152 E. 1st ; and Asheville. North Carolina plane for a vacation in Kingston Jamaica.

were, conducted by Mrs. Ethel j were offered under the supervision Street, age 22 and Jaxie M.I' ; Atlanta Georgia; Nassau -I Mrs. Nettles spent the previous weekend in Atlantic .
Simmons. A ham dinner was of S. L. Nathan, Belch, 144 E. 1st Street,
Bahama Island, Key City, Jersey.
) CLEAN PLANES served buffet style by the j supervisor. 18.
Because airlines know that host assisted by Mrs. Beatrice' Guest group for the annual Jerry Thompson, 602 West and Miami Mrs.Florida.Harri- j i I

clean planes fly faster, airliners Hawkins and Mrs. Pearl F. event was the Trout River Gardinia Lane, age 19 and Accompaning The JJellenesians held their most recent summer meet-
] get a complete outside Georgge. Words of appreciation Ski Club. The group demon- Ruby A. Crosby, 904 Stark son was, her Mrs.sister Eva who B.is Williams an- ing in the home of Mis Margaret L. Williams, 1471 Myrtle
sudsing at least once a week. were given by Mrs Dor- strated some of their cham- Street, age 17. Avenue.
Furthermore, clean planes in- othy K. Owens. pionship stunts. Geo. E. Newsome, Route 1, instructor School Atlanta at Price High Enjoying the bridge session were Mrs. Evelyn Barnes.
t Box 377 D, Dinsmore, Flori- Mrs. Geraldine Jones Mrs. Bernice Hamilton. Mrs. Leona
da, 31 and Mamie L. Bennett Mrs. Carolyn Washington Mrs. Claudia Jenkins.
i ACT NOW FOR ftUGS SAVINGS! LIMITED QUANTITY f Smi.th, 6320 118th Street, Fred M. Merriett of Berk- and Mrs. Olga Higginbotham guest. nm ------. -- -

TRADE MARK Wesconnett, Florida, age 20. Icy, California, is in the city. Prizes were won by Mrs. Bennett, Mrs. Hamilton and
.w r.u O / visiting his parents, Mr. and I Mrs. Jenkins.

CANNON Mrs. Merriett at 1610 Caljoin S R .
A Road. We have as our guest a devoted aunt, :Miss Queenie
e Whaley of Chicago, :
Mrs. Meltonia Lilly of 1110 She was entertained with a beach trip recently, spon-
Jolly Group Social West 9th Street and daughter -I sored by Mr. and Mrs. Junius B. Jones and Mr. and Mrs.

I i SENSATIONAL Saving Club will observe its Renee left the city recently Paul Bennett, Sr.AUTO.

: SALE anniversary, August 29 at 3 for Norfolk. Virginia,
p.m. in the Brooks Prayer to spend their vacation.
\ --' House on Tyler Street.A I
has been I
CASES I i: LN1 program for the occasion with arranged Franchot Arnie Brown, son I I SEAT COVER SALE !
lflKl % = some of the city's leading of Mr. and Mrs. Rupert I
r cotb -7
artists appearing. All clubs Brown of Columbia, South

in the city have been invitedto Carolina, is in. the city visit-

attend the celebration. A ing his grandmother, Mrs.

'' prize will be given to the Lena Brown of 1266 W. 21st CLEAR PLASTIC SEAT COVERS <$1 Q

\, group with the largest num- Street. vLU.UU
Any Standard Sized Car ---_-
ber of members present. .
utai.c.s3 4SOuol'I .
'\ i P. 'iiaColes The club's previous meet- Torrence C. Davis of the Leatherette Trimmed
.-- ing was held in the homeof weeksat SAREN PLASTIC COVERS $19.95
s PASm n 'at. : USAR is spending two
Mr. and Mrs. John Petty, Fort Jackson South Carolina FIBRE COVERS as low u $14.95
ed "Mm our )i .5 1530 Dot Street. for the special train- DOOR PANELS $3.95 'HEADLINERS $22.95

$ 21AS1n GOLD / ( ing in mechanics. He is the
td LELALEICLUB son of Mr. and Mrs. Wilbur
L. Davis of 26th Street and

Myrtle Avenue.
2007 Kings Road EL 5-4791
The Rev. E. T. Williams of

Q.- GUEST 1816 W. 29th Street, assistant

4a, S 6 iNEI rllE{ Le La Let Teenage pastor of Morning' Star Free-
Club. held. its outdoor party, will Baptist Church left the I I
recently at the home of the city recently for,,Atlanta,Ga., You Don't Have to Go to Town to Get

president, Miss Glorida Reli- where he will attend summer
ford. school at Gammon Theological -

During the affair Miss R/m- Seminary. LOW PRICES

ti niece Scott was selected the j
uMSO stu =
most attractive tramp; Miss Sergeant and Mrs. GeraldE. On Your

,. 6 : fl :our s Fannie Mae Wilson the most Williams and children, t
:SOU -/ 8. unusual and Miss TheophaneBelon Shirley Ann, Gerald Jr., and DRUG STORE NEEDS

the worse looking Daron are in the city visiting
: Prizes awardedto relatives and friends. He is
tramp. were Store
: Trade With Your Neighborhood Drug
the winners by Miss Mary the son of Mrs.' Vivian Wil- -

Washington Miss Myra Wilson liams of 1573 W. 13th Street. WE WILL MEET ANY PRICES ADVERTISED
and Mrs. Cora Bodison. Sgt. Williams is stationed at

Judges were Mis.: Edna Reli- Ft. Hancock, N. J. They are IN YOUR LOCAL PAPERSWe

ford, Van Jenkins, Ronald also visiting his brother-in-
Mr. and Mrs. Deliver We Also Fffl AH Doctors' PreecrrpttoooDixie
Hall and Miss Laurestine law and sister,
,.,..- .,..-_._...-_. .. and aunt Mrs. i
: ..__. ..i"-v--: _-A"-'V't.YJ-_. .."" y --"t.v. _"':I' Porter, a guest from Talla- Melvin Ward

or --- Tribute was paid to Miss *. *, Pharmacy

Martha Verdier, literary editor Mrs. Alberta E. Zanders is

of the club, who left the convalencesing at her home, 1302 KINGS WAD at MYBTLE AVENUE

EAGLE FURNITURE CO. city for an indefinite stay in 2124 North Myrtle Avenue. PHONES EL S-S597-S8
New York City. Greetingswere She wishes to thank her

sent to the club by Miss many friends for their visits, PAY YOUR LIGHT, WATER AND TELE-

230 BROAD STREET TELEPHONE: ELGIN 4.7887LiIiiIIIIiiiii. Jacqueline Hodges in .New card and flowers during her PHONE BILLS AT OUR STORE

York and Joyce Quick,. also illness. She is a member of \
in New York. the St. Paul AME Church. -



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Page Fo r THE FLORIDA STAR Week Ending Saturday., August 16. 1958

I I. StateTri/ ,sti.tute Will i /. Open At Ed. : Aug. 17

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ATTENTION 1!!11! '


Announcements have been made by Dr. C. S. Williams !
resident and senior state officer that all plans have I I '
kS been completed the state Tri-Institute of the 11th Episcopal -I 0- College Students
District of the AME Church, scheduled for August 17 I
through 22 at Edward Waters College with the Rt. Rev. :, you like to" learn while you earn?

r Sherman L. Green, presiding.An REGISTRATIO
.y. added feature to the, FALL I ATTEND CLASSES TWO NIGHTS WEEK
regular program will be the! AT ST. PIUS SCHOOL
Full time while in training
or part
sunrise service at 6:00: o'clock Registration will be heldat

Sunday morning, August 17, St. Pius School) from 9 a.1 The .demand for qualified persons to fill
at the Myrtle Avenue Ball m. until 12 p.m., August I

Park. The sermon will be delivered -! 23. Children being registered I positions in the Auto Seat Covering Industryhas
should be accompanied by .
by Dr. E. J. Odum,I.parents. Parents of children I increased. (
director of the Department of entering the first grade must

Evangelism. present a birth certificate.'I ACT NOW 1! i! SECURE YOUR FUTURE I
Consecration service, willbe Pupils must be 6 on or be-
fore December 31, 1958 in or-
held August 19, in Mt. t
\ der to enter the first grade; -
Zion AME Church Dr. H. M.: in September. Parents will j ,

ZION GOES TO JAPAN-Leaders of the A.M. E.Zion Church are shown at McDonald Nelson, pastor of also be able to dbtain text-;, POLLARD'S AUTO SEAT COVERS SHOP I
Bethel AME Church, Saint books at tHis time. Rev. Father -I '
Midway Airport. Chicago Illinois as part of denomination's delegation that at- 2007 Kings Road Telephone: Elgin 5-4791
tended tke World of Sunday School Convention which met in Tokyo. August 613. Petersburg, will deliver the E. T. Farrell, S.S.J., pas-,
E. M. Graham in charge of transportation is shown on the left. Rev. J. E. Thompson. sermon. tor, Sister Mary Gregory, S. I
Chicago is next. Alexander Barnes. Public Relations Director is shaking hands with The keynote service will S.J., principal
Bishop H. B. Shaw. Dr. and Mrs. J. W. Eichelberger are shown on the right. Dr. ElI I
he held August 20 in Lee ,
chelberger and Bishop Shaw enplaned for San Francisco: where they were joined by Auditorium with Dr. John
Mr. and Mrs. D. P. Wisdom Detroit, Michigan and Dr. C. L. Wilcox Mt. Vernon N.
will be and Mrs. Walls Miss Marion Bright, pastor'jof! Mother I Take An EBONY CAB To ,{
Y. They joined by Bishop W. J. along with .. Bethel AME Church, Philadelphia If You're Not Driving .
Marsh. upon arrival in Japan. Bishop Shaw and Dr. Eiohelberger will continue on deli- -3' ..1* "
Pennsjyvania, -
around the world and will arrive back in New ork about October 15. : !
a trip on or '
vering the serSion.The ,. i S I

-r EMANUEL DISTRICT and Mrs. Carl Mack, 532 I work of the Institute 'I r 1llllll 1j 1- I
Real EstateLOANS will open August 20 at 8:30:.
TO MEET SUNDAY Burch Ave., August 17 at 3 i a. m. The Rev. W. S. White S .
p. m. !and Rev. A. J. Reddick will
$ $ District No. 1 of the Eman- District No. 8 will meet in be in charge of the Sunday
the home of Mrs. R. Redmond, School. The senior missionary -- See Beautiful
$1.000 $2.000 sooq uel Baptist Church will hold I
314 Chelsea Street at 3 under the supervision of Mrs.P. P I
p.m. j
$4.000 up to $25,000 its meeting in the home of Mr. District 13 will meet with District Beatrice Green and Mrs.J. .
Payable $1.00 per mo. per hun No. 19 of Second Bap- B. Epperson will conduct I i I
dred on unpaid balance at 6% I '
tist Church at 4 I p.m. in the sessions in Lee Auditorium. RIBAULT HEIGIITS!!
Let us help to complete QUARTETTO
you I I home of Mr. and Mrs. W. II. Mrs. Louise Genwright,state
house or refinance 3* ,1
your PRESENT RECITAL Manning, 2936 Sandlin Street, supervisor of the YPD will I I 4
years >in the same place. I I I i
Southside. District No. Swill I hold sessions in the new annex I .1 I j
j I The Kionaries Quartet will meet with District No. 9 of ; of the H. Y. Tookes Li J
Jcrx's Most Exclusive SubDivisionDo _
Mt. Ararat Church
Baptist I II
brary. -
be presented in a recital on -
I II at 9 in the basement of
August 17 at Payne: Chapel p.m. j The ministerial clinic will 1
Mr. Simmons or Mr. Walsb I AME Church at 8 p.m. church. be held in the H. Y. Tookes III You OWN Ycur House? WHY PAY RENT!
Main and Monroe The program is being spon- District No. 17 will sponsor I Library. Bishop David H.. I
I 212,Masonic Temple Bldg. 'sored by Mrs. Ethel Richardson a silver tea, August 17 at Sims will serve as consultantand
Phone EL &4014EL I in behalf of the Women's which time the contest be- Dr. J. B. Epperson will: ACT NOW! You Will Be too Late in '59
I tween N. Session and R. Jones I
&S391 Day drive which will termi- serve as dean.
!I I[nate next month. will will be terminate.presented A during program the I Dr. Annie E. Heath, con-I

RIZGWORIADANDRUFFUFFER occasion. sectional president of the
Get I I Society
Woman's Missionary
$ e5 'W. L. LINIMENT" j TABERNACLE SETSMEN'S will speak on August 21.
IF YOU HAVE DRY BRITTLE HAIR DANDRUFF For Arthritis Bishop Sims will preach at \
Men's Day will be held in .1
7lfi.t! ,!:slis 801 Jefferson & Union the Tabernacle Baptist I CLOSE MEETING y.

P&AQ M101ACm IMC.,S.IS 11 Jot.... .....L...+.. I Church, August 17 throughout The celebration of Elder A.
the day beginning with "" 1R 1
DRINKBERRIERS Sunday School. Hill, pastor of the First Born V

I Drawing and Painting I The Rev. W. Don Pelham, Temple fourth anniversarywill 17.
terminate August I
New Location pastor of the :Mount Tabor I The Sunday School will 4 'S y .
Baptist Church at Leesburg, > ur (
outing to Silver
AMERICAN SCHOOLOF MILK SHAKEREFRIGERATORS will be the speaker for the Springs soonsor August an 16. The bus ? -, : ?' I
ART morning hour worship. I will leave the church at 8 a.m. I & $
Officers for the celebrationare Children attending the Sun-
1233 KING STREET & ,I : Maxie W. Williams Jr.,I day School will be transported II
chairman; Casser A. Lawrence -. fre.
I 50 Cents Per Hour I AIR CONDITIONERS I co-chairman; L. V.I Sunday School will begin at {I
Jones, secretary C h ar 1 e ;4 Rr
, \ PHONE EV 4-7171 SERVICED & REPAIREDPO I ; 9:30 a.m. with M. McQueenin
Reed, treasurer; H. M. Paul charge. :Morning worshipwill
I Veteran Approved 40127JACKSONVILLE'S ine, program committee be held at 11 a.m. BishopC.
I chairman; along with A. H. H. Randalli'B.D., pastor of
Lewis Leroy Perry, C.: A. First Born Church, Black-
I. Lawrence nad J. G. Smith. shear, Ga., will deliver the
Lawrence Jones will be anniversary s e r m 0 nand
presented in a musical recital Choir No. 2 will furnish the I
NEWEST following the regular service. music. -

m NIIII -:- Three Large Bedrooms --I I

< '. .. m mI -:- Hardwood Floors I

: :', > [' hi THE : LETS T..A.KE: -:- Concrete Block or Bride _
-:- Tiled Baths, Colored Fixtures

I1111 e -=- Large Utility Rooms .. .

VA & FHA Financing,

I' Pink Room

r Sanitary Sewerage System Close to School
:. d I County Approved Paved Roads School and Buses
'.. .. .t.k .:" ,; Carport, with Concrete Driveways Ample Kitchen Cabinets Closet Space
II ''. I


i -.Located' At = .a 4Ssppose COMPARE WITH OTHERSLISTEN

.- .

\ > ., ft ft'l' ,. 1
you kad a ire: tonigKt. Would your pretext
Fin Intnrtnet fully rtplocyour furniture, kouteoldgood
.personal item, And tkt Sizable value
I $ DIRECTIONS: Drive out Moncrief to Edgewood Ave., and
in family elotkimgf II turn left Cleveland Rd. 111111
A quitk inventory now trill tell tckether your have.fl tkt
t Dining and Dancing Nightly .;' .. protection you actually need.Pkont-Call..reallyadegsat.insurancetova1Het .Writ,. MAGNOLIA

10:00 P. M. UntU' '. :, ................................. IMPROVEMENT



ADMISSION SOc 1i Meet U/ Tw tenet fctfe,aril/taBiaisYHrFter

1 CLARENCE SINGLETON, Manager 614 Broad St. EL 4-5425, EL 4-5426 [2479 WEST EDGEWOOD AVE. PH. PO. 5-2614

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Week, Ending Saturday August 16, 1958 THE FLORIDA STAR Page Five

gation ruling,his court"would MUSIC DEPARTMENTSETS 1 I announces that registration!
r I
VIRGINIA JUDGE MAKES NEW have to supplant{ the school REGISTRATION will.begin August 18 from 4p.m. I Business A&aeuacecne&t
to 9
_ board pass on each individualcase. p.m. : Mrs. Elizabeth Williams Of .
"TEST" RULING ON SCHOOLS ." The :Music Department of I The course provides piano'theory \ WILLIAMS BEAUTY SHOP
Stanton Evening Adult School I and voice. I 26 'East State Street
Paul said that neither the Wishes to let her friends and customers know that
Negroes' attorneys nor he, i That she is back to work
Va. Federal authorities ordered now
HARRISONBURG To Make A Long Tail Short!
himself, knew what the tests i TELEPHONE: ELGIN 3.1814
with tests for
the city of Charlottesville to proceed planned A NEW TELEPHONE DEVICE FOR $3.50
admitting Negro children to the schools there. Each child will contained. "I can not pre-
be_given an. entrance! exam before admission to the school sume thep Ian is discrimina- 1. Enables the voice to be reduced to a whisper
will be 2. Eavesdroppers cannot hear what you are saying
gained. Charlottesville
that the -
over the case and indicated tory or 3. It makes your line'Private
U.'S. District Judge John
scholo board is not actingin LILLY'S DRUG STORE
Paul made it clear in his rul- that if the board used the
ing that he was not allowingthe as a dodge from his desegre good faith," he said. UNCLE JIM'S SHOPPING SERVICE 1907 Kings Road at Spires
student placement plan
that the state of Virginia has 2 BUNGALOWS FOR SALEBY 539 West Beaver Street ..
tried to vote into law to be Where Experienced_ '
used by any city or county OWNER Pharmacists Prepare
but in turn s12,500313soo '" c
within the state
Your Prescription According -
would allow competitive ex- Exterior : Interior In Excellent Condition to doctor's ,
ams to be held with the goal GARAGE _- LARGE Will Consider YARD Selling CONCRETE Fur .ituzs DRIVEWAY- BREAKFAST -:- LUNCH -:- DINNER a Instructions Using
being admittance to the now CALL ELGIN 6-1431 FOR APPOINTMENT Ham / Bacon /7C 2 Eggs Ol C only the best quality ..
all white schools Charlottes And Eggs Ul Buttered Toast Jelly 31 drugs.Dr. .
ville is one of
three Virginia localities facing Bacon/Sausage ||l. Donuts-Coffee C. E. Black Pharmacist Dr. W. I. Grabun
the prospect of court-ord- EXPRESSWAY HOUSES FOR SALE Butter-Maple Syrup Ice Box Pie 15c .... .-.. ..-. .
ered integration. In addition
to' the local maneuvering, a Moved On Your Lot Small Down Payment "Fresh Hot Rolls Daily Delivery Anywhere'JEROME'S A COMPLETE LINE OF
recent state law provides that IRVING CONSTRUCTION COMPANY Cosmetics :- Rubber Goods -:- Candies -:- Sundrl-
any school whiih becomes in-
tegrated shall be closed. Call Elgin B-9774 1206 Davis Street 723 West Ashley Phone EL 4-9711 PRESCRIPTIONS. CALLED FOR AND DELIVERED
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Six THE FLORIDA STAR Week Ending Saturday. August 16. 1958 +,

The actual area lies between The area centers on the roads between the east and
MUNICIPAL PARKING LOT OFFERSThe the four blocks bounded Main Street Bridge. The! west areas of the Parking,ATTY. WILL 0. MURRELL SEEKS
I} Lot _
Lot. The Parking
by Hogan Street and New- north boundary of the area provides
nan Stret and was, for the is formed by a new four- about 1,844 parking POST AS CIRCUIT COURT JUDGE
AMPLE FACILITIES TO PUBLIC mst part, under: water be- lane street which is over stalls and of this number one-
half have ben made
vord the former shore line. th? old,shore line. This streetis _
The and connected to and for parkers on a flat monthlyrate
I reclaiming process by ramps Will O. Murrell, well-known attorney at law, of this
Municipal Off-Street Parking Lot located along the filling gave the City an ad- off cf the Main Street Bridge. of $10.00 per car.
firm of Parsons, Brinc- city, has announced his candidacy for Circuit Judge,
north bank of the St. Johns River is rectangular in shape, ditional seventeen and one- The area under the Main The
approximately 400 feet wide in the north-south directionand half acres of new Municipal Street Bridge is also pavedin kerhoff, Hall & MacDonald, Group 2. -
I'' of New York, were retainedas In announcing his intention to campaign for the post,
1600 feet in the east-west direction. order to provide access
traffic and layout consultants I Murrell gave the following- statement to The Florida Star
and are now retained as "I am a candidate for the --
office of Circuit Judge,
intent of the Ordinance au- This office
(Group 2)) was
thorizing the financing and created only last Novemberby
operation of the parking faci- increase in population,
!lity. Reynolds, Smith &'Hills,
when was
Waterfront Loti I Architects and Engineers of picked my by Governor opponent Leroy

Parking' Jacksonville, in were the employedas Collins. My name, Will O.
engineers prepara-
M u r r ell, is well known
construction plans
tion and specifications of for this val throughout County."I Florida and Du-

H ,roW project.The was reared and receivedmy
z __ ::: total cost was financed: early education at San-
IN4'.r through the issuance of Re- ford. I from
I ", ".-"? -_"'''_ ; ''A.A'4' '. ...?''''.t'v., ..V..r..1tV4'VV.4'V.Y-.V.-: ....:- 5 venue Certificates in the John B.was Stetson graduated Universityat

u02 z amount of $4,000,000.00, plus DeLand and admitted to!
0 O $188,750.00 provided by the the bar in 1921. I later moved:
H City from other sources. to Jacksonville and reared'
r The total income from the my family here. I am 'licensed
Off-street Parking Lot for to practice law in.
: I the period December 1, 1955 Florida and Georgia and have
: through December 31, 1957 tried cases in many other
I was $368,095.00, while operat- states. WILL O. MURRELL
ing expenses for the same "In 1917, I enlisted in the .. candidate for circuit Judge
Sa period were $79,176.00 For United States Navy where I .

x :J ;. $ year 1957, the income was actively served during. World
$190,034.00, or an increase of War I. REGISTRATION SET
$25,290.00 over 1956, while "During my thirtythreeyears
expenses for 1957 were $38905.00 ,- of experience, I have FOR DUVAL SCHOOLS

*t ""te or an increase of $1- tried more cases than any
451.00 over 1956. In additionto lawyer practicing in Jackson- Registration Day for new

a expenses paid from the ville today, and for years I pupils in Duval County will
I + funds of the Parking Facility, have of
seen every phase
and Auditing be held in various schools of
other Accounting humanity as it comes across
A expenses were p aid I the desk to the trial lawyer. the county, August 20 from
v- 1 :x 4 J AA s i through appropriations of the : I have never refused adviceI 9 a.m., ,to 2 p.m.
City Auditor's Office. I
; I to anyone inability the
i Children registering for
The On-Street Parking to pay a fee and I have never
x, 4't. Meter Revenue for the year declined a case for any first grade for the first time

1957 amounted to $143,962.00, widow, the hurt the lame, or have been asked to be accom-
p'N.h yey : and of this amount the sum the sick where I thought panied by their parents who

g xi aha 'of $119,128.00 was applied to their cause was just. I have I will show birth certificatesas
purposes of the Off-Street!always attempted to reconcile
evidence of their
Parking Lot in accordancewith I family differences where ages.
Children must be six of
'"'"" the Ordinance settingup I there were children rather years
age on or before December
j the facility. than accept employment. I 31 in order to enter the first
I The City has completed a have given counsel and aid
: t grade in September.
Service Station on the Waterfront to the other members of the
; : I Off-Street Parking Lot, bar, cheerfully and without Questions concerning the
; and on December 1, 1957, it; of remuneration. I registration are to be directedto
-- thought
-':;;F,. ', ,. +::1.' I t II
f :: : If'. :: '.':,"!. Q "" .." : ',: :".".:, i< 1 IiiW 11j1111w !was Company leased, in to accordance the Shell with Oil i will"As carry your out Circuit my duties Judge with, ]I I the their principal communities.of the schoolin

L.- .. .,, <'J-:. .4 City Commission. The termsof and consideration that I havein
An Aerial View oi.the Waterfront Parking Lot is seen in the foreground on the edge of the city Q the Lease provide for the working for my clients INDIANS PURCHASE
"0 Shell Oil Company to pay I and I will administer the lawas
cuO : the City a flat amount per it is written with fair I JACKSON FROM THE
F a ,
Q gallon, with a minimum\ honorable, and honest inter-I LOS ANGELES CLUB
Z monthly guarantee of $350.00per pretation, .and at the end of
< Municipally Owned and Operated month. The station is my term. I will return this, CLEVELAND Randy
located in the northeast corner -
a of the "West" Lot. office to the people untainted Jackson, who was consideredthe
unstained, and untarnished. I
z best third baseman in
would appreciate your vete
I MISS PRO FOOTBALL and support." the majors when the Brook-
by Piz CONTESTANTS MEET lyn Dodgers purchased him
from the
TWO OCALA WOMEN Chicago Cubs has
been sold by the Los Angeles
D There will be two more
J pep meetings for the parti-i HELD FOR MURDER Dodgers to the Cleveland

The City of Jacksonville O flPI cipants in the "Miss Pro Foot- Indians as a replacement for
OCALA- Two women are
ball" contest. All contestantsand the
injured Earl
.asz gyp sponsors have been askedto being held on charges of first The 32-year-old Averill Jackson Jr.,

'" attend each meeting, according degree murder. obtained on waivers the
5 by
to J. Earl Morse, Mary Frances Jones, 21, Indians, had seen oily limi-

:.. 1900 PARKING SPACES, Conveniently Accessible To All Sections Men's president Club of, which the Brewster is spon- common was of jailed fatally law Sunday husband.stabbing on charges her- ted action season.with He the broke Dodgersthis into

soring the contest. the majors with the

of the City, with Ramps Leading Directly off and DirectlyOnto ; in The the new meetings wing will of Brewster be held Miss Sheriff Jones F.admitted L. McGee plunginga said I I!Cubs in 1950. Chicago

24 butcher knife into the chestof He played for the
Hospital, Aug. 17 and Aug. National
I the John H. Alsop, Main Street, Bridge for Southsiders. beginning at 5 p.m. each Sun- James C. Sanders duringan League All-Stars in 1954 and
day. Final reports will be argument at the home of 1955. In 1956, he played with
made August 31. Sanders' brother, Willie Evin- the pennant winning Dod-

Located Within A Few Blocks/ of all Retail Stores STRAND SUNDAY I ston.The victim died before gers.

reaching a hospital in Gaines-

: Theatres and the Business/ District ::.:.J" :" ', ville.Homer Daniels was shot F.A.B. CHURCH

four times by Luella Horn SPONSORS CONTEST
} when he allegedly broke into -
her home last Satrday

OPEN 7:00: A. M. TO 11:00: P. M. DAILY t. 4i. Horn night.Police shot report and killed that Daniels Miss I i African Each GREEN auxiliary Baptist COVE of SPRINGS-Church the First is

after an argument over mon 1 sponsoring a baby in a con-

AVAILABLE FOR ALL-NIGHT: PARKING I i.i i.i, A cy.NATIONAL gust test which 24.The will terminate Au-

." ".. .:.. .. sponsors and contest-
"'''MN I -.f-t: AUXILIARYHAS ants are: Deacon Board, Bar-
bara Ann Marie; Usher Board
: CONVENTION Number 1, Catherine John-
'RATES L/ y,, ;; r son; Sunday School, Timothy

.. rJoanne TIFTON, Ga. The Na- Brooks; Choir Number 1,
r!' I t Ion a 1 InterdenominationalPrayer Wayne Brown; Choir 2, Car
t Bands of America, men Benson; The BYPU, Vel-
25c First Hour >5c.. Each Additional Hour 7BEaily 4 Ino, will convene in the Mt. da Hogans; the Missionary

S Woodward (above) Zion Baptist Church, the Rev. Society, Tena Paul

J $1 i 0.00 'MONTHLY tIn and Out =7"ArfUWWW clan THREE FACESOF Daniel Thomas, host pastor
O a. ,,: Privileges EVE." in the role for August 12 through August 15.

2 which she won the 1958 The convention will begin PECK HIGH CLOSES
with the executive board
Academy Award as
'.' meeting, August 11. The early SUMMER PROGRAM
a ona. best actress of the year

I..r.- ..._-_-_ -v ..:-"" _....-.-.. ...- r ..v..WJA-... --V.V-w.-----'.. -.A a 'bowing run Sunday at the through Strand Satur-first morning ducted daily watch, beginning will be, con-Au- FERNANDINA-BEACH _

day. Co-hlL also brand new gust 12 with Mrs. Julia Bry- The
program whichwas
MAYOR-COMMISSIONER HAYDON BURNS Is the smash western tech ant in charge. held at the Peck High
nlcolor thriller, -PRO M The Love Feast service will School closed
recently with
E HELL TO TEXAS. star- be held, August 12 with
ring Don Murray and Diane mother Viola Reynolds, Mrs. gymnasium.A .
W COMMISSIONER J. DILLON. KENNEDY COMMISSIONER LOUIS H. RATER Yard, the young star of M, R. Simpkins, Mrs. J. Bry-
"Peyton Place." Regular ant, Mrs. Elizabeth Cooper, party was held after the
4 Oi prices prevail on this pro- Mrs. Rixie Cook and' Mrs. Ida program was presented for
gram, one of the outstanding Dixon in charge. The Rev. all participants of the physical -
PARKING, LOT! WATERFRONT PARKING. LOT double hills In the history Daniel Thomas Will deliver, education and music clas-
of the Strand Theatre. the noon day sermon. ses.



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Week Ending Saturday. August 16. 1958 THE FLORIDA STAR .. Page S.veaFQyd

I _i Patterson" Is 3 T l 1) -1; 1 jn\; .J rrte; 'f. 've nor"s U I!

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Ii of them homers, knocked in '

I t, 743 runs: and had'an all-time I FVY HEAVYWEIGHT CIIMWIONEXPERTS PICKED

batting average as a major

r l ;tguer. Robinson has gone, ; I FY RING TO m! BOUT
down in history; as one of fie: bilh:

game's most Tijghly! competitive -! ; !| By C. Parham Johnson

players. I
I X A .v LOS ANGELES Heavyweight champion Floyd Pat-
'. ELSTON HOWARD, the terson is out in front as the 3-1 favorite over ChallengerRoy

By C. PARHAM JOHNSON first tanned player to ever!I Harris, from Cut and Shoot, Texas in their bout Mon
wear a NsvYork Yankeeuniform .. H I day night for the heavyweight title.

BIG TANK YOUNGER. Grambling Colleges gift to has come up for his +| Inactive since his victoryover .i
the football world has been sidelined with an injured knee share of the praise from Pete Rademacher last seats have been priced at
but is expected to be back in action within a week. : August, Patterson is expectedto
Younger who was quite an offensive star with the Los players, fans, managers, ', draw a gate of $400,000 $30.Harris
Angeles Rams from the time he entered professional football sports writers and club own- I against the undefeated fighter told fats he is going

after leaving Grambling is now with the Pittsburgh: ers. In recent weeks he hasbeen from Cut and ,Shpot. into the fight with a full

Steelers. Football fans can remember the Steelers whoplayed I doing the bulk of the While Harris glories over determination to dethrone

in Jacksonville last year. catching for the Yankees. tic' '44v4yfr an unblemished record, it by Patterson from the heavy-
LOWELL PERRY, the only i
The age old discussion of no means establishes him as weight throne. He he
foot- wife and children to take I
Negro coach professional a who is better Elston Howard a superman in the ring. He I
will be
ball has had, decided to give chance on being hurt up has only whipped Willie Pas- ready.
or Yogi Berra has
up playing pro football for- again. He said he would do trano and the once contenderBob Irving B. Kahn, presidentof
Before assuming the for the Bill Dickey, who was Baker. he
ever. some scouting In both fights Teleprompie- Corp., said,
role of coach with The Pitts- Steelers. rated the best catcher in had a hard way to go. Both I
"We are so sure our closed
burgh Steelers he was rated JOHN RAUCH and CHAR- baseball when he caught for niters j; made th-tfs: mighty *
: circus; : telecast will be a success
one of the best players to LIE TRIPPI, two of the the'Yankees and later served I r,. :gh for rro. ?Pastrana ',ith a chp to breaka'
ever 'play for the Steelers greatest football players in I :ted him arovd and cuYKira ::
in- the team as a coach said: :' 1-)x office "2C<'.xl', th"ttwe
before he was seriously Georgia football history are up ierx.oly and Bc:.
"He has better have turned down offersof
j jured. Perry said the doctors now assistant coaches at their a throwing Baker floored him. Hslust for
than radio -
said he had fully recovered arm than Berra. He has more $75,000
Alma Mater. Trippi left hit harder and be a bit faster There will be ,no
from the injury, but he Georgia to become a star power at the plate and there when he tangles with Pattcr- radio brosdczsts.
would not gQ into the game with the Chicago Cardinals are some who think he will r-:1 than hwas when he
again He said he did not ,and after his playing days hit for better than .net Pastrano and Baker. I I
a average
think it would be fair to his with the Cardinals he be- !
Cus -nc seer o
the haul. .D'Aat FOAM PILLOWSCAN
Dickey over long ; PLASTIC
came an assistant coach. It _, chsirp _ee->> ,r.: _red tha BE MACHINE
was Trippi who said the JACKSONVILLE BRAVES Floyd will win in a big way. WASHED
Tour great Ollie Matson was the have been setting the entire "The fight should end in an

greatest football player in league on fire for the last ?r s, dIN early knockout despite the Decorative pillows, madeof
LuckyNumbers the game today. Trippi was few, weeks. They have been champ's long lay-off," mana- molded plastic foam and
scheduled to play professional getting the hitting, pitching ger Cus said.Enthusiasm. used for lounging or TV
baseball with the Jackson- I and fielding that brought is running at viewing from the floor, can
ville Braves at one time. I them from practically the a high pitch for the first be sudsed safely. In fact, they
I JACKIE ROBINSON came bottom of the league to be- heavyweight title bout in 1 will even retain their cushionY
to bat 4,877 times in 1,382 come a big threat to Augusta. GERMANY 1st Lt. Robert Wilcox a former years. As a result Wrigley I comfort and shapeliness -
Lucky Days., Lucky Colon league matches. He scored From the way the team is star athlete at Stanton High School and later a memberof Field has been expanded to after being washed and

BY ASTROLOGYIn 939 runs, made 1,514 hits, 140 playing many of the players the championship Florida A & M Rattlers football seat 40,000 fans. Ringside dried in automatic machines.
Your WeekJ7nOROSCOPE team and an outstanding star in baseball at A & M is
GUIDE 17 68 92 You ,may, however, find it now directing a sports clinic In Germany. Robert Jr.. .
will be in higher company as he Is known io his friends and acquaintanceshas
Bead $2.00 for your Horoscope many
Guide with lucky num. 351 60 418 next season. Jacksonville fans made good In the Army and he has chosen the
berg. lucky days lucky colors. like those everywhere, hateto Army as a career and It Is because of his athletic ability NOW.OPEN!
Enclose a stamped envelope. Watch This downSometimes see a do good like to that he was chosen by the Army,io go to Germany. Lt. II
They see men Wilcox Is the son of Mr. and Mrs. Robert Wilcox Sr-
6 5 advance, however. of 2112 Mars Street. Jacksonville. Fla.


: h. : VERSITY has done a great regard of rules," General
In and Mall to: job in turning out athletes PAIGE IS GIVENSUSPENSION Manager Joe Ryan said.

who were able to hold their Paige broke into major i
ZODIAC own in professional ranks. league baseball when Bill PALMSOF I
P. O. Box 732Jacksonville 02-28-57 The coaches in the various BY Veeck was general managerof
at A ,& M have done the
sports Cleveland Indians.
1 4 Fla. 166 77 980
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such a jam up job there has Veeck gave Paige his major I
Name ....................... he's cp been no doubt about the fellows league opportunity when he

ADDRESS .................. Sometimes He adds subtracts he's down being The coaches able to need hold their haveno brought him up to the In- JACKSONVILLEFORMERLY
He works It aD.round own. dians in 1948. When Veeck
Qty State .................. fear about their job hold- -- left the Indians and went to ( THE 2-SPOT)

Birthday .................... Coming Attractions ing up. Keep up the good MIAMI Leroy (Satchel) the St. Louis Browns, he car-
I month ft: day 39-85-07 work ,coaches, the entire natIon Paige, the aged wonder of ried Paige with him. Veeck
can see the fruit of your the Miami Marlins pitchingstaff was also instrumental in
has been suspended in- getting Paige to join the Mar- I -
SMOOTH SAILING 'TIL definitely by the Marlins for lins in 1956. It was Veeck and
WE MEET AGAIN. what they termed "Utter dis-
UBLE W 4TH NEW! an associate, Sid Saloman Jr.,
HAV ING TRO DELUXE ._:. who introduced T rip 1 e-A STAGE ATTRACTION
SHAVINE/. baseball in Miami.
is made by the Old Satch, created quite a
/' MAGIC' disturbance recently when he .
SHAVING 'I :' quit the team -at Rochesterfor JIMMY REED
e KNOW hour. He
POWDERS DO YOU an was persuaded -
People to leave a plan and rejoin Plays The Guitar Blows HarmonicaAnd
the team. The veteran pitcherhas Sings The Blues

BEARD WITHOUT RAZOR Gordon's Gin is so. smooth the Marlins.a 9-7 season record with With


FAST Perfumed, EASY with, PLEASANT a man1y{ scent. you can enjoy it straight? had Marlin an act officials of missing say planes Paige

!t If lIotavailab1. and not showing up at the ADMISSION___75c-MONDAY Thru THURSDAY90c
Sold 'ft n. druglocalit1., VI h park. Paige claims Marlin of- Friday Saturday Sunday and Holidays
.in ........
SUPPlY to1HE II' ficails were behind in their -
fQlll10tU1'S! / Another good reason
POWDER(0. rl salary payments and had not SPECIAL
SHAVING .4 I given him his and meal ,
.. SJ.VJ.NNAKrGIORGIJ. : i why
4 1 P.o.eoxs+sr ; money for the trip. SUNDAY 4:00 TO 7:00 P.M.
__ is America's I Officials of the team said
Paige had drawn part of his
best-selling gin! I salary in advance and had TEENAGE MATINEE'I I
not received his meal
__ money I
because he missed the planeon ADMISSION hu ,____ 50c
which the Marlins de-

II Paige has been quoted as
saying he wanted his release

0o nOY999GREATER From the Marlins. He said his COMING NEXT WEEK !
GORDON knowing about being placedon
JI the inactive list was from
I ,e r a reporter and not from club
,' THAN officials. Officials said Paige
tttt 3 tour har wuhebo IT DISTILLED would have been notified if
EVER he had shown up for the
a a i reW1 LOKDONDKY _
It game at Montreal Monday SHIRLEYI
XL lM.C UES3t GINlrbwusmruru VALUE! night August 6."CATCH" .

/ nnfOWS i : I
_u.. ,..se H DIYYI When baking, it's better to
.w YM.O M
"catch food drips on a cookie -cf-

r- wislbonair Y HANDY roan sheet than on the oven floor. '' ; "SO GOOD"Hit
BASKS AND Make it a habit to place a Fame
ysawunTHERE'S metal cookies sheet,or alumi- with
d 1E CFAZ. -1 1x
num tray under pie, "
., your Fredde Domino
cake, or casserole to catch y ,,, .
NO GIN/ LIKEGORDON'S those ..juIces'"and sauces that : and his Orchestra

bubble over.

II After use, soak the sticky I
: :::: I drip-catcher in hot soap or VISIT -
detergent suds to loosen the THE PALMS DINING BOOM

1H% raa ffBB train Full oat,.m .... onsen m a a. im.m LL food dribbles; then wash and
rinse along witk the dishes. i iI I J

v ,, '.,-.,.-.:- ': -.;"" "-.:.. -- 7'-' -_ : ',:",-:;--,:....'' .". .,. ; .


16, 1958
THE FLORIDA STAR Week EndIng Saturday August
Page Eight -


"' Gulbenson Piano NEED HELP?
Like New I
[NOW IS For. Rent Lower $150.00 Cash I
for rent with, TYPIST
apartment MRS. I. FLOYD II
I 4 rooms. '1551 West 33rd 1026 West Monroe Street I. BOOKKEEPER -

Enroll Now'In Barbering.!. Street Furnished-Elgin room 50835.for rent II PAYROLL CLERKCALL iir1

-'AT THE NEWLY OPENED 1430 West 2nd Street
Elgin 4-3189 : ELGIN 4-1850

Florida's Barbering College Branch -Room For Rent'-- Modern j I (All Work Done At Home)
furnished'foonu Hot water. ICE CREAM \

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t tf
Telephone. }. 4-3189 .

'.. I :
Both Sun.
/Wed- I
First .Run, R I'T Z Wed. STRAHD Sunday-Saturday-August 17-23 I

I';7 VT.:: 2 TOP HITS OF 1958!
c/ha great fovc ACTRESS OF YEAR
of WorJ Wa1"II/'y story I ACADEMY. AWARD_ ." ...!.'t..no. ....A'< : : : h k&aaI

.d f t; &e author; gill Qusi, < -T ...,.: t.\\ The Thvee .
on ihs Western ,
r Front > A tip of the Pepsi Cupto
Faces Eve !
..::< these outstanding
_, young Americans, who
Su **ffet'W '"Cf'MONC_ WOODW I/ make our country and
our community a better
-j- place In which to live.

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Interior View of Florida's Barbering College > '' .
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LEARN A LEARN A .I' j ., ..... '. : ;Y',f'"
and wxE DON MURRA'D ANE VARSI '+ .' '"" "' *

1 ROOSEVELTAUG.:17.19 1. "':: .;; ,*

OTffiTO (Also At STRAND Sat. Midnight) Douglas Anderson Junior*
( 2 NEW SMASH SHOCKERS! High School *

"VIKING WOMEN AND SERPENT" .Pepsi Cola Bottling Company -* i
are proud to salute 3
Betty Luvenia Brown
BRANCH the 12th grade class. She J:
SKY VIEW SUN.-TUES. AUG. 17-19 is a member of the National -J
Honor Society and theta

also-"Wild Heritage" "BONNIE PARKER"MERVON'S JJI.. ._ _Jl.Jl.JJl.1f.*
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Don't Be Left Out During OurMIDSUMMER .:f. Located in 7-11 FOOD STORE r ." J.
BUILDING-Says to residents of ," .
Magnolia,Floradale and adjacent I"L.ji. _........'. "
Areas...You longer have to
SALE! .' go to town for your drug needs, t Douglas Anderson Junior
E we can supply you at our weIlu ..K High School
stocked store. You also
.4' may
l K Tribute is paid to Walter
CONTINUED BY POPULAR DEMAND '. L_ n purchase your. Money Orders here jtof the 10th grade class
Remeinb rl when you wan! jour
where he serves as president -
for ONE WEEK ONLY! % 3 r. prescription Call us at PO filled 5.1582.-W or re-filled Just Fill j.T Jj *of his homeroom amember
..; o f the Student
any doctor's Perscription- ,
Council HI-Y Club and anT
FREE -tr ated with the Mt. Zion

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