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Florida star
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Florida star (Jacksonville, Fla.)
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Florida star news
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v. : ill. ; 58 cm.
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English
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The Florida Star Pub. Co.
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Jacksonville Fla
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April 20, 1957
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Newspapers -- Jacksonville (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
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Also available on microfilm from the University of Florida.
Dates or Sequential Designation:
Vol. 12, no. 13 i.e. 39 (Jan. 6, 1962)-
General Note:
"Florida's statewide black weekly."
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Publisher: Eric O. Simpson, Feb. 14, 1981- .
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Funded by NEH in support of the National Digital Newspaper Project (NDNP), NEH Award Number: PJ-50006-05

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Title:
Florida star
Uniform Title:
Florida star (Jacksonville, Fla.)
Alternate Title:
Florida star news
Physical Description:
v. : ill. ; 58 cm.
Language:
English
Publisher:
The Florida Star Pub. Co.
Place of Publication:
Jacksonville Fla
Creation Date:
April 20, 1957
Publication Date:
Frequency:
weekly
regular

Subjects

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

Notes

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

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Source Institution:
University of Florida
Holding Location:
University of Florida
Rights Management:
All rights reserved. Board of Trustees of the University of Florida
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oclc - 02261130
notis - ADA9536
lccn - sn 83045218
issn - 0740-798X
System ID:
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Preceded by:
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knife dabbing which led io the death af: 43-year-old'Jacksonville nee Yi
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Tallahassee -Board of Control member Fred Kent of Jacksonville
school teacher.
pro-segregationist who supported the plan to boost the admission x
to late Friday had
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requirements to FSU and the University of Florida as a'move Up police

to,ban Negroes, issued a fiery attack at Florida A and M Universitylast only fragments ,of information
Thursday. concerning the butcher-k n i f s :Masons Re-dec.! _r '. : ';. :f-'Y.lit. r ,.t' -_ .

Kent issued his blast on the .... death of Thaddeus 'Kennerly, a I' NEW EXPOSITION PLANNED J. D. Brooks president of the Duval County'Retail Salesmen,
schoolteacher at Susie Tolbert
basis of the new State Auditing tioned and even more difficult to School. ; C.H.Heiry..Bit. and Merchant Association, way host io a recent: "meeting of the group when plans were 1DW&Hdt'fOl'
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Department's report that FloridaA establish individual responsibility. the May Exposition. From the left (seated) Isaac: D. Jones. Sr.. Joseph 'Garnett Mrs. Sarah' E._ Cruse':
and M University shows a vir- ." According 'to stabbed:police twice reports witha Hove, His tides secretary} J. D. Brooks. Mrs. Jean Cobb (steading) Henry Jennings. Alonxo Davis J. Gardner "Nlp"R
Kennerly.was '
tual breakdown of the institu- I Sams. George Redd. Josh Hillman Freddie L. Brown and A. E. Macon.' "tSciale I
Because the'.hospltal's"account- .
tion's business administration.Kent butcher: knife in the bedroom of : ,-: r .
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ing. records were unreliable,,, or his home at 5205. Polan.... Drive in In a ,heAted>eleQftian, which "
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--- charged the, state.auditor's were not :kept at all, a formal F1 radal threatened niany"times'! : to' breakout : J '

findings showed "criminal negli- .audit as such was not performed, The stabbing, occurred shortly in a ee-for-a1 'dJht" .fac Graip Interposition Makes
gence, or hopeless incompetence, Willis said In his report.
after midnight. Investigating offi- ion Floridft, ,Masons striving to ,
or deliberate dishonesty" on the Discussing accounts receivableat cers reported that Kennerly wastaken put'an end to the Amos tad Andy Approves' Bill
part of A. and M officials respon- A. and M., Willis said that as -
to Duval Medical Center by type management of the organi- State Foolish ;*
sible. in prior years there was a lack of Mr. and Mrs. Walter E. Green zation's funds re-elected, Grand To Curb NAACP Appear

Dr. George W;. Gore, presidentof controls over accounts receivable who residq: nearby at 2620 BuncheD Master C. H., Henry tawept. out
the university, :who indirectlywas in all areas of the university. v *He was dead on arrival atthe the old officers and elected a new
lambasted Kent at the "These receivables Include stu- Gov. Collins Declares
by hospital. board of trustees, thereby stripping TALLAHASSEE Two bills
board of control meeting Thurs- dents accounts, faculty accounts, Investigators are trying to determine Henry of his cabinet aimed at. preventing the NAACP tad
day, blamed the, situation, on the extension,fees, amounts due from whether Kennerly was The election turned out to be from backing race suits in .Florida ,1.*
inability of the university to hold .Veterans' Administration and the victim of a night":robber or a denominational split as the were approved by a Senate BY STAFF CORRESPONDENT ,..1'<1
key employes in the field of busyness hospital farm athletic association was the victim of an attack by a AME ministers stood on the aide judiciary committee during the Tallahassee Florida lawmakers. fighting fuiilelr to keep segregation .
in force despite the desperation ruling of the U. S. Supreme-
administration. and receivables,
yearbook companion whom he had taken to of Henry while the Baptist ministers week.
Court Thursday adapted an interposition resolution which GOY,
"Every year since I've been on he explained. his home. composed of Rev. J. C. The measures would strengthenlaws
Collins said makes the stale look foolish. I
the board you have come up with Control Essential" The knife with, which the Sams, Rev. Robert Wilson andRev. against encouraging law- LeRor
the same reason," Kent. told ,Dr. Willis said "formal and accur- teacher was stabbed is in the pos- A. E. Crumady aided by suits by providing fines,and prison The resolution, which previously -j
adopted by the House, declares
Gore. ate recording and control over the session of the Sheriff's-office and Attorney Ernest Jackson, actingas terms. was the U. S. Supreme cOurt'sdesegregation Woman Assaulted:

Says "Disgraceful"Kent accounts receivable are essentialin I will be checked for fingerprints. legal advisor pushed'throu Three other bills were sent to rulings. null and
said the institution was safeguarding these assets and I the move to strip the masonic a sub-committee for special study, .:-
void and of no effect in Florida.
''"splendidly run" from an educational.point Insuring that the university col- dictator of his aide's. which would throw open membership Over Objection
of view, but said it lects all monies due its various Miamiai Charges AttrussFleming- was elevatedto rolls of the NAACP. Gov. Collins issued the fellow- .

was "disgraceful" that the boardof funds." the second highest positionthat Named to the sub-committee to ing statement after final legisla-

'control should have any insti- The auditor's report also crit- Bus DrIver Attack of Deputy Grand Master- make the study .were Senator E. tion action on the resolution: Becoming angry when a mother

tution with a business departmentas icized the university's inventories. 'replacing Dr. R.. R. Williams of Q. Gautier of New Smyrna Beach, "This action stultifies our state.It refused to grant permission for

muddled as that of A. and M. "Our examination disclosed that Tampa. sponsor,of one of the bills; Sena- can do no good' whatever, and him to take her daughter out a

He said the records.were "hope the records were not accurate,", MIAMI A 20-year-old() Mi- Rev. Robert Wilson, pastor of tor Ted Cabot of Ft Lauderdaleand those who say it can perpetrate a 27-year-old man assaulted, the

less-you can't find out what's- the report stated. "This aCcount-" amian swore out a warrant charging Bethel Baptist Church, replaced Senator Frank Houghton .-of cruel hoax on the people. I am mother with a razor. *," r'.",

going on ,there." ing controls fever.records'of, such that a Miami Transit Co. bus Bishop 'C.; A. Gibbs. as Grand St Petersburg. confident that the legislators
After Kent blasted the university I inventories were inadequate for: driver hit-'him in the face with, a Treasurer.Dr. A special legislative committee, .didn't want to do it They were It was stated by Mrs. Lillie Mae

the board of control voted to I the determination of any shortage money-changer last Monday for L. D. Irving of Jacksonvillewas in urging approval of the bills,I under the pressure of desperationon Davis, 43, of 1050 Madison Street
appoint a committee to investigate or theft refusal to move to the rear of the named Grand Treasurer. mentioned only the NAACP.I I the part of many citizens back that Louis Benefield, 27, of 1175-

,the A. and M. situation. Willis also added the university coach. The AME.ministers supporting The,, sub-committee promisedfast home, while those citizens who W. 30th Street assaulted her because -

The auditing account, which bookstore "does not maintain Charles Nesbitt, who was treat- Henry, a ,top layman, includedRev action on the bills, in order opposed the action remained silent she refused to let him take

coVered the period ending June any accounting controls over ed at a hospital for a forehead J. S.. :Johnson, Rev. A. P. that they might reach the senate I have authority to veto her daughter out Friday April 12., I

30., 1956, was especially critical of or records of its inventories." cut, accused .Elmer M.. Post, 47. Postell, Rev. R. W. Whitehead, floor for vote during the.week. or otherwise void the action and Mrs.Davis sustained lacerations

the A. and M. hospital, which Post turned himself in at ,police Bishop.C. A. Gibbs and,Rev.D!B. we must move on to constructive about the left eye and'left side of I

serves the Negro population of headquarters and was released .Thorpe:leading,the Henry forces. matters and minimize in every throat Benefield then left the
this,area. Mil Beats WMUI without bond for court appear The stormy'election marked the Cily Ctwnissioi way we can the damage to other house running north on Madison ?
A* bill introduced in the legis- ance April 26 first time in several years that legislation as well to the prestigeof Street Witness to the alleged attack -

lature:would place A. and M.'s For Driving Car A police report of.the incident Henry's iron rule'was threatened. Blocks Flu For our state." was Lucile Davis of 1050 .

hospital under a special board quoted Nesbitt assaying he occupied With a lawsuit for an account- Atty. Gen. Richard Ervin gave Madison StreetPatrolmen --

and eliminate it as part of the a seat just behind the ing of the lodge's funds facing strong endorsement to the resolu- F. Mack and E. :' :
accusedof
Negro university system. It appears An Eastside man was be- driver and rode two additional Henry many feel that the resultof Negro Hotsiig tion. Only Wednesday Ervin Hickson investigated.

likely this bill will pass beating a young woman of trips after "I' heard a few nasty last Wednesdays election is an spoke up for his own measure to .,'f

because of the fouled ,records of cause she took the liberty remarks from some white pasSengers indication,it won't be,long beforehe permit suspension of local public rt
the hospital over a period of driving his car off without his and they made me mad.I will,be replaced. DAYTONA BEACH City schools if integration should take 1. ,
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many years :it has been administered permiseka.Johsnie ., .decided to stick it out." Commissioners last Monday re- place. \ Would-be Robber Shot .
Mae Jackson, 18, of their to
emphasized opposition
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by his. the report university.In State. Auditor 1414 W.5th Street told police that Nesbitt Told said that To More after his'thIrd Dr. William R. Toney the city housing authority's plans interposition Ervin said resolution in his opinion does two the By Own Holdup Weapon

,she was beaten Saturday,April IS for developing an Orange avenue
Bryan Willis said "the breakdown trip between 79th and Flagler MMt *
Attends
'Optical things:
Roundtree of 1337
by Charles J. Negro housing project.
of the accounting system St&, a white passenger asked Post FT. LAUDERDALE"lUchard: I
his Lit tells the U. S.Supreme _
Pippin Street' fer driving car .i With only Commissioner Joseph r
has eliminated all financial controls whether Negroes were:allowed to
calkber
: Gaston, 24, dropped the .32 J
from the hetae. Dr. William R. Toaey, local Ellison dissenting the commission Court it exceeded its constitutional -
the assets and liabilities away I sit In the 'front of buses nowa
over in
? pistol he was using a rob,1,1
Beuadtree often comes attended two-day Atty..C. authority in interpretingthe
She_said optometrist, a ordered'City Aubrey
of[the hospitaLNot days. He said Post replied that
: i bery attempt last week and was
to: her house ,and they talk and Nesbitt '. thought :industrial, vision; 'conference at Vincent to find ways and means federal Constitution callingfor I f
: Available" apparently so I '
shot his
by
another, and he Institute of Technologyat the proJect'The desegregation of play with one Georgia to :stop attorney '
md'coSts of and toM Nesbitt "get m the back
Revenues II i
operation holding
t often carries her. to athletic ." Atlanta ,G Org Wednesday also was' instructed to protest schools. Gaston was allegedly i
,,* jrejiQt.available, exceptona game In:her statement, she said --lgg '- and Thursday'of this week. x His Sens. Spessard Holland and George.Smathea 2. Tells the, court that compliance up Robert Rawals; and droppedthe

cash basis. Individual responsibility she thought he. was a good friend Nesbitt said" he told Post' "as I office,Is located at 941Davis. St. and Rep. A.'S Her- .with,Its,decision by Florida gun in trying ,to, .scoop half,"".
far I could be
over such assets as cash, accounts or the family. Boundtree was as kaewyou;' '' a long. "is" a factual impossibility at this dollars from the cash register. Ii
receivable inventories.medical .. Negro, yourself." ,and .said it was and that therefore Florida Rawals, grabbed the weapon and
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battery. week
charged, ,wUh.afisault then that he struck. Miami although, ,courts have The authority last announced
and scientific equipment was be integrated fired two shots as the robber fled. 1 i
Patrolmen G? Bradley and C. Post said Neabitt's ,version, of ruled.that:laws that force segregation it would seek construction schools will not
and other such items has been : though they are required to Gaston turned up at a hospital }
even
\Barton.investigated. what happened was distorted. He "'of .the races on buses. are permits despite, city opposi- .
materially weakened. : had bullet removed :I
tion for ,the 65-duplex unit and do so by court order. later and a
constitutionaL '
of the system of denied calling Nesbitt a "nigger. not is 4'
Because poor from his abdomen..He reported
oriY.-WiUls said "it would be ..... ,. _' "..1 w?,_ ...... x ,"'" .. The.issue'of segregated,seating On Tuesday, Post swore'ottt a administration' offices asioon as *-' GET DIPIn'HEUA' -- <*- in'satisfactory condition in,North \I.
F' buses --: warrant charging Nesbitt with the plans are approved.. Cost of 'Ie
difficult to determine theft or E&aritl on challenged by the SHOTS MOW Broward Provident Hospital. .1'
misuse'n," of the assets just men- Se.ks. fer ....... NAACP -- still is in litigation in disorderly conduct.. the project is estimated. at $1,676- I'

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MANNING JOHNSON'S SMEAR OF NAACP DISAVOWED '"
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>!d Strut, JocJuonyWe i Flori V .'Pia/e,...ra *I'NdiM a The IT. S: Department of Justin h&s informed the NAACP that
-- recent sint meul, by Manning mscm. attempting link t
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QP--,,Johetoa: ___________..a..ww =.fly ,' Y % q lap Jnstka Department The governmental agency also staled
Adle.oe'itdcbordsoe. ---.i .+-.:-+ ,..:.*-.- --. ..-...- .., ...hV .,:Beet: t t 1-' ..=Yi-: L it' that Mr Johnson is ''not one of its employees as was reported. in" .
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...J''''' RATES 1 + testified before .. States." Mr. Johnson an'admitted ;

'Oae Y.or, $549 Hrif' Vw, *I.H; Three.Me..... $1.11 a Louisiana former Communist.was" described 111
Jumitd 'To Tea Aaywfcw hi the Uafetd States. state legislative in press reports as "Director of .'
43sct1ptl..$+Payable la AJronc So4 Ctecks or Moaey,Mien 'Se: a }. committee i t. Research for the Department of" t

,'IfctftlDA...... -'STAR P. 0. BOX :5il" JACKSONVRLE 1, 'HOftWAFinns t early in March, '.1/" Justice in Washington. \1
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and (b) the official or unofficial
One of the accompliskments that.the pafcMsber of a newspaper -t i .TL: ,the government nt pf the United or other nature of Manning'John

hopes to realize is the acceptance of his publication by !: son's testimony before the Louisiana ,

the people of the community He lives for that day when n; spirit of ,thoughtless speculation' ; legislative committee.*' -
the majority of the people in the community regard the pubBeaUea' or romantic impulses, that defy
as one that'represents them aad speaks for them by reason and" the conventions, be '1r.Wilkins also inquired of the

expressing>> their sentiments against injustices..aad other denial prepared for whatever follows. U. S. Attorney General whether

'of rights with which they have to contend. The 19th to 21st are likely to cre-: Mr. Johnson's testimony was 'fre-'

Another ambition of every publisher is that the firms in ate explosive and confusing situations -I flecting in any manner" the "of

the community will recognize the publication as ,a good me- I- that .could have harmful U.tidal S. Justice'Departmenl'views or findings of the

dium for advertising their'products md extend to the publication personal repercussions. Safety .

a fair share of their advertising,budget. comes first. In,reply to Mr. Wilkins' inquiry 'I,
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We are deeply gratified that alter six years of operation 2-30-55-31-52--235. Warren Olney, III, Assistant Attorney -* _

in Jacksonville it has been indicated by' the expresaieas w. General of the Criminal !
some of the leading organizations,-chorea and "miaistefialgroups Only Strong Leadership Will Protect,,Our Precious Heritage,_Mr President"! .I 'AQUARIUSBorn .: Division, and Arthur B. Caldwell, i''

that the FLORIDA STAR is regarded as "the people's Jan. 20 thru Feb. 18 Chief of the Civil Rights Section, ,i.

paper" that can be depended upon to stand up and speak up forceful planetary radiations. J The 17th'suggests that you accept gave assurance on April 8 that
for the rights of the Negro peejple. Your customary good judgment the stormy' days ahead as the witness was in no way connected I

We have not fully' realized the latter ambition, but we Your Weekly could suffer a reverse making it part of a divine plan in the un- with the Department and \'
desirable to postpone decisions foldment of did not speak for it. I
that the destiny. Should
are immensely happy as weeks-goy; more business your
firms in ,Jacksonville are waking up to the fact that the Hor.*cepe Guide until you see more clearly. you fight against the inevitableor The, former Communists testimony 1
FLORIDA, STAR is one of the best media for reaching e 7901'18976168.LIBRA -try to change the force of natural "concerning the alleged relationship

Jacksonville Negro public which spends th &$RQ80I. ; WHiCH AM YOUR LUCKY DAYS FOR laws, you can expect to find between the NAACP *
: frustration at the end of the road. and ( ;
annually And why shouldn't it? The smart business laan the Communist party does
who ;wants to 'reach the Jewish market would .advertise 'a. .llP.fNSS.LOVE, -TRAVEL Born Sept. 24 thru, Oct.'.23 6-20-441-9 45-263. not in any manner. relied the \
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the.Jewishpaper and the advertiser who"wants'to Teach tke I ly PA1LO Tlw ASTROLOGER: The 17th is splendid for friendly views of this Department or any 1
actors group would advertise irrthe BJSbeard. It makes'sense. .reunions, club events and PISCES findings it has made the Justice '

Ameaff the business firms ,wfakh have cither ceatracted understandings with allies and Boca Feb. 18 thru Much 20 Department letter asserts. : ...

for, er :carried substantial adveftisfag with the :FLORIDA I Ali CAHCBft competitors alike. The more' ad- If you are satisfied with the The letter further points out: "
STAil-ar:-Pepsi-Cola, Viceroy-Ogft tev9SS Teak, Cacaa Bust Mardi 21 tfea,Ali! 19 Born Jun*.21 !'thru,July 22 herents you gather under your rather monotonous but profitable "Manning Johnson is not employed '

tion: &;. Calvert Reserve Whiskey', Godfrey's Lnrieuse':HakColerk II Accept your blessings their Deviations from this course to banners, the better you will be status of sticking to one profession by the Department of Justiceas

*, ,Harper's Appliance I29": s; Psxea's Sfeee I present form and ensure their satisfy your whims, desires or the able to face the rather explosiveand or vocation, you can counton Director of Research or in any
Store, :z7\2 West Fersyth; McDuff: Appliance Stores, Lffly performance in any 'way that urge to take reckless' risks could: costly situations that'seem' to the staunch support of your other capacity. In fact there is not
Drag Store 1907 ,Kings Read; ChHdrefc's Bootery, 21 West i seems possible. This means looking bring'unforeseen losses, confusionand be building up for you'in the cos- planets .the 17th. These planets nor has there ever been any such
Forsy;'.Bavk Furniture Co., 135 Bread Street; Spears.Brothers -: after interests of your cherished emotional conflict under the mos. Find the happy medium may urge you to write or utter position as Director: of Research 1
,FasaiteLre Co* 325 Bread Street; Newsem's! "'Furaitewi ones as well as your 'own powerful influences. Also main- when you'have'a sayso,-or exert opinions'that shock others, to use in this Department. Further, with

Co., broad :and Adams; Fidelity Federal''Savings and :Lean ':through.financial'well as other tain the .best 'of relations' with all of your abilities for mediationand unorthodox ''procedures at work, respect to any testimony Manning'

Assa, 'lax.Appliance Center, '1190 Broad Street; The Reese- I security provisions. It will be friends add "those you love,. in- peacemaking when you have to take an unusual stand in labor Johnson may have given before 1

veH-Strand-Skyview Theatres, Duval .Appliance, State and time to remain far away from cluding,;members of the younger notj relations and to take up the ban- the above mentioned committee,
Pearl,Street; Howard's Red:Cross Shoes, 415 Laura Street; .temptation in any guise, to control generation, by not 'being mis- 8- 0-55-79-53-335. ner of opposition to the generally he had no authority to speak for \

Ed's-Loan Office, 612 Davis Street; Wilkrd.Construction Co., your .emotions, protect private guided in,your generosity or not accepted order of things. or on'behalf of the Department of
Roosevelt .Grill, Ashley and Madison;, Ajar"'Driving School, ''and joint cash >and properties enforcing ,discipline when neces- SCORPIO 1-10-20-12-19-112. Justice."
1134 West 5th Street; Station, WRHC Singleton's 'Barbecue :. from any and ill. dangers. sary. Wisdom lies firmness. Born Oct 24 thru Nev.-14

Stations, Station WOBS Keystone Lucky Store, 589 Broad dangers.310r44.12J13314. 2-40-16-39-63-243. You should not be lulled intoa
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Street, and,Wood's Dixie*.Pharmacy', Kings Road and Myrtle state of complacency because You Don't Hove to Go to Town to Get \
Avenue. i LEO dynamic forces could create dissension -

The fact that:the firms named above are advertising in 'Born April,20ih thru May 20lh I Bern July 23 thru Aug. 23 and sow confusion. The
this# publication is an indication that. they want 'the Negro The people you live and work There, are excellent openings to 19th to 21st are the days you LOW PRICES j
people's trade, and are willing to give every customer the !with, as well'as-those: with-whom forestall coming events of a rather should consider'as the most criticaL -

same courteous consideration because ;tie publication has you compete. ,,are.apt to ve"your upsetting nature by taking ad- Good relations in all your departments -
On
consistently urged the Negro public- ,trade'only' stores r rude ,Jolt; aad shake your faith vantage' of the aspects' to' obtain of life could become Your
where they get courteous treatment. i in lots of"things because of their professional as well as 'divine disturbed and this could result in ,

We therefore' urge oar readers: trade with the firms i unpredictable actions and reac guidance in matters' that affect loss of prestige, credit standingand ,DRUG STORE ,NEEDS

listed above for good bargains and courteous treatment '. ,i tions. Do an you can to prevent a your personal immediate and professional stability.
complete fiasco in relations Should 5 20 33 19- 2523.SAarrrABmS -
When your long-range prospects. you -
FLORIDA
STAR 'advertisers
support
you you are Trade With Your Neighborhood
with and all the' 19th to allow' to be DrugStore
making spending dollars work for progress. one ,. on yourself swayed by I

It .is regrettable, however, that except'' for token ads, the 21st. suspicions, doubts; misplaced ambitions : -
6a:- -11-29- -631. and unconventional views, Born Nor. 23 ihru Dec. 21 We Will Meet Any Prices Advertised ;
leading grocery stores and super markets in the colored community -
'which depend on us for' most of' their revenue feel you,can expect rather xplosiveand' -The love you bear for human In Yeur Local PapersWOOD'S
that it isn't necessary to advertise in the Negro"newspapers. GEMINI chaotic' consequences. You ity in general and your dear ones
Maybe the neighbor super markets will wake up2f some Born May.21 Ibm June 21 risk alienating friends and others in particular would enable you: to I
of our colored housewives would start treking over* to 'theotkera&eof There are conflicting forces at more closely allied.when'you remain conquer the inner crisis that is DIXIE PHARMACY
work .this week making it essen- adamant being provoked by Venus opposi-
:: town to some of ,the stores'which do' not have I
branches in the colored area That's something to think tial for you to adopt a policy of 4-1O-9: -=9-91-479.. tion. Your private life should not 1302 KINGS ROAD .t MYRTLE AVENUE
caution and forethought. There be opened to the..:public gaze, and "PHONES EL 3-5597-98
are hurdles' and dilemmas which VIRGO the psychological .shortcomings We Dt ifrer We Alto Hit All, Doctor Prescription.
about.Florida can become most frustrating if Born Aug. 24 thru SepL.23 that may complicating''your

Hen In Armed' ,Services you;make the wrong moves, or ho A feeling of exaltation- and phy- existence should be' corrected' PAY YOUR LIGHT, WATER AND TELEPHONE
moves' at all, to eradicate'' them. sical well-being 'is engenderedwhen without further'delay. BILLS AT OUR STORE

> Local relationships, transportation you 'feel free 'of indebtedness 9 50( =:22-:IB 21--481.

t,., :' communications, and service and have fulfilled, your past ..
l 4 J matters can become aggravating. obligations.' The trouble :spot of CAPRICORNBorn
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: Adhere strictly to the rules pf the month is likely to be locatedon Dec. 22 thru Jan. IS 1i

? 1 ,.. "":. :X1:. '<{*f productivity and healthful living. the 19th to 21st when chaos Should you allow yourself to i .
'. ",'t>.'x.,,.,. .,"'. '."": ,,,," ,.: 1- 9-81-1"8. I and confusion could reign due to be swayed emotionally 'into a r
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!lt ,:: '3 The Firms 'Listed Below Are Recommended .As Reputable..Establishments ,

Another group' of Florida citizens serving our country include SpednH.rtq 'Services-and. Product, .
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the following Jacksonville youths: lj

First photo: James C. Castor, 18, son of Mrs..Lois Taylor, :Rte. 9, -
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Box'869D, is stationed Lackland AirTorce Base, where he is completing I T .s I II ..IDUlY SALONS I .
his basic military training. He Is being prepared for entrance :,
into Air Force technical training or for an Air Force duty assignmentSecond
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photo: Ronald"Lewis Jones, 18, son of Mr. and Mrs:; A. G. BLONDIE'S BEAUTY SHOP -\
first of basic FREE. Pair"of Girls-::SboesWfcev .
Jones
recently completed phase military-training '' Glomoen !
and
Specialist in Hair StYI tray r
the to the Air Force"'Lackland JUrTorce San : Y"'i toer New Scions ; ,
'Gateway Base Antonio Hove Your Hair Styled To Suit Your Pencnalitr _
Texas. He is now taking part in the advanced basic training SHAUEY SHOE SHOP MOVES TO NEW LOCATION 1132 HARRISON. ST. "
.Tiny, MM Thapm, ,...,. ft... fh.n. IL 5-3833 j jI.
'him !
course which will qualify for one of the Air Force's 43 major .SU'.A8' sneET1s.M.ciiin.s

career- fields.. 'LEg CHJffiMETTE BEAUTY SALON
Third photo:Charles Ashe,' 19, son of Mr. and Mrs. C. A. Ash, 1427 DAVIS STREET .

.461XL21sttStreei/is/ another Jaxoatbeing 'for'entrance into I -I ;rt'P't. '!>1 :; .. .. .j fA"; -'iot,
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technicaTtndning or for a duty assignment in the Air Force. ,Lack l .v< ,,/ ; Invitcs yen to f'I \' ';

land, situated'"near*'San' Antonio, is the site of AirTorce basic military Florkta Machine ,: tf-d.. get your .hair r:, ."( ,'. ,',' 9
Sewing SupplyWe to writ t
training for4 men and women and home of the USAF Officer :t> ..,? 'i* year styled penouli- ;; ,-'

Military School ..,. Sell.114- tepaif Slater md 'Otb r Males. : :.t1 ty. SpeciaUxiagin lk 2
.Fourth photo: Albert O. Grant, Jr.son of Mrs. Dorothy L. Grant, Pert Supptttt- ,..$::4 electric scalp f.*. :
1573'Steele Street, has been assigned. the 3415th USAF Tech 1cal An Old:EscWfaii d Cows, ., ., 't: mo.sag 3bauttcJ 14N WRHC 1400 .
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School at Lowrjr Air Force Base as a student in Department ofE'irda1tfng' .HI WIlT FOftSYTHIU sun you. .""'' 'Y FEATURES -
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Setwrfey+ ,_April I1. 1957 THE KOfffiASTAft Pete n,..

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Alphas! Motor To, I Kappa Fraternity's Annual Banquet, : I II II IiIMBEJti .

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Mrs Louise Guinyard 'gifts, no' one could,"possibly have UrgentMeeting! : t ,Z
'I.t felt neglected. : -. ;
'1 Rudolph Daniels fesileus of ; 4 a f .
the Jacksonville Chapter of the Small talM during the evening }.{emberS of'Upsilon Lambda \ j'.
centered around the Cosami Chapter'of Alpha'Phi!'Alpha.Fra- f
f Omega PsI Phi;! Fraternity, will be : '.
i among'members of the group attending Club's bridge' tournament, and ternity motored to St Augustinelast *
the Southern Dixfricl Dorothy Oliver's birthday gift Tuesday evening to attend a

{ Meeting at Fort Valley State College from, her husband a handsome, business meeting of"the fraternity -I :I 4iIk

fi the latter part of this monthThe and- white Ford.. convertible. :: followed by a banquet : 4 ''I
meeting is scheduled for S. / Dr. R. N. Gordon and Dr. R. WPuryear .

1. April 25-27, and a varied and in- Guests attending the meetingof '' welcomed the group to x :
the Les Trieze Amies Bridge the Ancient City and were hosts
! teresting social schedule will assure -
Omegas and their guests a Club.. held' Saturday evening in at'he banquet. ttc ;Ik1ed'r

1 wonderful time. ,the:Richmond Tearoom, dined onfillet E. D. Jackson, Jacksonville attorney .

/ Dr. Buford Kidd. Walter H.: mignon steaks, potatoes, who heads the'fraternity
White and Rodell Roberts have green beans, tossed salad and cof- Public Program Committee, madea

announced their plans to attend ice.Mrs. 'r special report at the meeting. ;

; the session, also. Dr. Kidd who is Josephine Meares hostess, Reports were also heard. from the
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t Keeper of Records for the local invited Mrs..Barbara Harper Mrs. auditing committee.

chapter, expressed his opinion Mildred J. Pauline. Mrs. Julia W. Air. William T. Harper is president -

that other members would reveal Han&rd and Mrs. Alvin Clark as of the local chapter. *, A .Up of tat Pepsi Cap Utkti

7 their plans in the meeting sche- special guests. oatstanalm your ...
Americans, who make ew
duled to be held Saturday eve- Miss Ruth M. Brooroe was the country and oar community
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ning, April 20. club's outstanding player, with Brewster. Mothers Plan a better place In which to UT*. ..
;Mrs. V&norian Schell and Mrs. -#' Nh / ,

a A lively group of youngsters Lillian Singleton 'placing second Outing For Children fhbk"kG' f '

( are expected to attend the social :and third respectively. An '. Q t
} Monday evening, April 22 from Mrs. Barbara Harper was the The Brewster Mothers' Club ",

7:30 until 10:30: in the basement happy recipient of the guest announced at a recent meetingthat *
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t of St.'Pius Catholic Church State prize. I it is.sponsoring'Mrs. Marlene r- I
and Lee Streets. Refreshmentswill E S. Hagan as a candidate for "Mrs 1

be available at no cost to | The, Business. and, Professional Brewster/' The meeting, in the :. e.. i.
: persons attending. .. ;Women's Club of the Branch ,form of a "Farm Party," was held

Chaperones for the evening will [YWCA have selected the beautifully in the home oi Mr., .and Mrs. *

include Mr. and Mrs. William T. decorated Assembly Room- Johnnie Jones,. 1666 Steele Street *

Harper Mr. and.Mr S. Johnson in the Afro American Life' Insur.1 The club has planned an egg yF'M1. : .

Mrs. Mary F. Coleman. Mrs. Bar ance Company ..Building' as hunt For members' children Monday : .. : ur .
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gram Mrs..M. Jackson. H.Pinck- setting for its Spring Fashion ,April 22, t'Ha'ganV Farm *

M bara Grace. Mrs. Lillie Bell In- Revue scheduled- to,be held May. 4632 Patton Drive, Southside. The ,
ney, Rutledge Pearson Mrs. Edna 3. group will leave thehospital at *; r ,w. t *

,I Moore and Mrs. O. Graham. 1 Mrs.. Mable Jones, fashionable I 9:00 a. m. for the trip'to the farm. *

The Calypso Social Club is matron whd has appeared in The monthly social' meeting I I
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sponsoring the affair. many;style shows in Jacksonville, will be held Thursday evening, r ANNIE Isaiah Blocker LOU JOHNSON Junior :
S. :will be the narrator for the business April '26, in the home' of Mrs. J. ihtiY high School I *. "

Mesdames Vermal J. McCone girls' show. E. 'Davis, president. Mrs.. Marlene k and Pepsi-Cola Pepsi-Cola Bottling Dealers Co. -( I
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Mary Porter and Louise Guh yard Models have been,selected from Hagan and Mrs. Doris Williamsare I pay tribute this week to *. .. I
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Annie Lou -
were special guests at the meet- the business schools and businessdepartments I 'co-hostesses. m j.. ..11 i ,.._,......j.i | MBi B He H BHBMBHMHVHi HBMHHMMHiH member of 9-3 Johnson class. Sheis a I I
ing of the Kevineites Bridge Club of other ,schools in! *-: ( >HONORED Chester, owZJ'DOug1u': Anderson: High ,School is seen secretary organization of: her homeroom a- II

held last Saturday evening in the the city. Participants include Mrs., [Id delivering iHVlteynoie. address at ihe,Kappa Alpha Psi Fraternity's recent banquet honoring Dr. R. E. member of National JunIor ..
Honor and Is
Society
home of Mr. and Mrs. Paul' T. Ruby Kilpairiek Sammie L. Lynch, president.. Smith 'D*: 'II:L.''Bed nond.,'Dr. S. S. Campbell and Mr. Japhus Baker.. The' banquet was held in the affiliated with the Kingdom r "
Bennett. Sr.. 1526 W. SUTSt Davis Jerald Cruse. Jacqueline I S. IchMond' r Uoori. *, xSeaied .Hall Church.of Jehovah Witness .

'Doris "specially Prepai d'' garden Cruse Myrnal .Marshall Miriam' The Stanton' Class of 37 has "'around the table .on the festive occasion were: Dr. and Mrs.W. L. Redmond George H.toastmasfert' I

peas was the most delightful I I White. Gwendolyn Collins,--Mrs.MaiHe ., schedule f "week'of activities, e Mrs. Iris Knox; Mrs. Vanchita COwart. Mrs. Ruth Bonner. KilUs B. Bonner,Mrs. ** .'

I dish of the evening a :according-lo' Hayes; Mrs. Ellen Con-! June 2-8, in connection**". with its "Parsont: Longineau Parsons, vice Polemarch: Mr. and Mrs Maxie E. Wilson Dn and Mrs. R. E. if

the opinion of several persons, nors Mrs. Mildred Davis Mrs. big reunion.x Mr. and Mrs. John J.Coleman Charles A. Scott. Mr. and Mrs William H. Maihis Mr. and Mrs. --
A but others cast their vote for the Alice Slater Mrs. Hazel Argrett.' Dr. Jean C. Downing president Theodore Jones. Cassius W. :Jones Moses Davis, Jr.. Mr. arid Mrs. W" A.'Johnson, Mr. and Mrs. Wallace j

I crab en casserole. Alton Adams Mrs. Katie Graves' of the organization, announcedthe S.Rasberry.. Mr.'and Mr:'Julius Guinyard Mr. and Mrs. George H. Starkes, IIi: Mr and.Mrs.William i.
Mrs. Geraldine HilliardL: Mrs.' and Mrs. Marie Timmons. following committee which is 'I :-Sweet.: M=..'and Mr_s. William D. Sweet and Mr. and Mrs.John B. Darby*
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Essie. McCray and Mrs. Dorothy: Mrs.'OzxU B. Williams'is chairman responsible for the reunion activities ry .

Oliver were top players in the .of the affair, and she will be : Ralph Maultsby Leo Dennis. t %:r 7 I

'club, receiving first, second and I assisted by Mrs Geneva,P, Guy' I James Schell' Ethel Thompson Delta JabberwockScheduledTo Be MATTHEW W. GILBERT

third awards in the order men- ton and Miss"Fannie Blue. Josephine Lucas, Dorothy Dan. I ****. < < ji ? t *

tioned. However, with the ex- Tickets may be purchased in lets; Sadie Jeffries. Dr. Nelson Held, In 3 New Stanton High School r 4G PLANS XARIEJXIEV.UE ij Y' S

change of gifts for Easter and the advance from members of the Spaulding. Ernest Wilson Rodger

presentation of, several birthday i group and from Mrs. Irma L. Nesbit and Louis Stukes. BobHudson* local disc'jockey, *
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,... ... The seventh biennial Jabberwock of Alpha Iota Sigma Chapter! will emcee 'the Variety Revue at *
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ws ---:- of Delta Sigma-Theta-SororitY will be presented April 29,-, at 8 p. m.; if
in 'the auditorium'"of,New Stanton Senior High School. I April 30, at 8:00 p. m.
The show is sponsored by the BETTY J. FUUJCKDaval :
: Jabberwock is an 'imaginary
and will feature County Vocational
P-TA comedy
creature called because of the
High School
many different"parts>of other animals Civic Club Plans skits solos, dance groups and ,.'
a Betty Is a member of the
pantomimes. The chorus line will *
which'are needed to make i llth grade class and an
r consist of Mrs. Mattie Williams, honor student. She Is active -
I 4r ,him sufficiently fascinating. Kiddie in the Glee Cub
!!I Delta Sigma Theta ,Sorority Egg PartyThe Mrs. Tiny Thomas,Mrs.Elizabeth president of the English
Club and a member of the
.. :originated the, idea' of having a Nelson, Joseph Johnson, Allie Student Council. Betty is
.E; Clark, Alfred Wells, Ezekiel a member of Mt. Calvary
'abberwockr composed of"many 2-C Civic Club has eche- Baptist Church.

: %Ell E R LEe t III !!!many different different skits organizations.presented by The as duled Monday an April"Easter 22,Egg from Roll"3:00: for to lamy Bryant, Harold Theodore,Scott Lee and, Benjamin Sim Bel- *' *

: success ol,,the first effort,marked 6:00: p. m. on the grounds of, Sinjletonfs Kennerly. ,*,
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.. Barbecue 4238 Moncrief "Slaughter On Tenth Avenue"and '
the beginning of the well known ,

'Jabberwock'! sponsored: nationally Road. "Happy-Go-Lucky Hobos" ,.,',we '
will be presented by the modern '.
Delta'Sorority.
chapters
by of Children between the of 3
ages
and creative dance under
a I II'The theme of Jabberwock is and 14 who live inPrecinct2C groups, *
a years, the direction of Mrs. Helen Rob- 1 i
!"Jabberwock-'in' Dreamland"- with are invited to attend the
6 6f i inson. Other selections will be *
'participating groups depicting
party. Chaperones will be pro-
given by Miss Elouise Pruitt
: on ;
dome .dreamland! ;
{ aspect Among ,
occasion.
vided for the
: the piano, the Mambo Trio, Betty
-participants, are Alpha.. Kappa .
Johnson Merceda 'Nelson and ,} ;
Sorority Omega Phi Phi Frater'fitY Mrs. Fletta White is presidentof ,
f t. ; ; the 2-C Civic Club, Mrs. Lillian Barbara Wilson. Mrs. Mary F. s
'Kappa
Phi Delta: Sorority, .
'f'i !Zeta Phi Beta Sorority, Edward Farley is precinct committeewoman Robinson will present a harmon NN 'kfY. e
and. Isadore Singleton ,is ica selection.The '' qyt}RLELAND" *
!Waters College,'Matthew W.-Gilbert w
committeeman. public is inivted to attend.
; Senior High School, New i precinct *
t AUTOMATIC WASH* 1 .
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Stanton Senior High School, and
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the Y-Teens of the A. L. Lewis ,. .oS MERCY J
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I fI 'Prizes' are awarded to organizations Junior Illfh School J
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I presenting the best skits. Tribute Is paid also to

'Judges have stated that in the ,;fc".Jj < Leland student Mercy and member an honor of *'i

I past, because o f th quality, of.the ;yr1, .i'"" ,>". r + the curricular 9-2 class.activities His extra-is 1
+ skits presented by the groups, it '. limited to membership in :
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was a difficult job to determine. I the schoof Safety PatroL ; .
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r -; : H.. Ladies. Plant White Calf ., r 1.. ,
.i. I', I.g- -'. O Whit Straw .. Congratulations fromT Pepsi
Chitterling t Feast Red Calf ;* Cole to then three Merit; .

f j yPi ;r .. Black Blue Calf Patent .*. .Award wi..n !

-_ t .. The Sepia Ladies Social Club 2-Tone Ustca to the Pepsi Merit.
i MedeiWA4 OP : will sponsor a chitterling supper Tan Straw I Jt Award salutations o. Pepsi
., _.tstlre dethet cepocltv tHan nenw : 2ToneBlack 1 Teem Time, WRHC 1400ew
1!' E .7eiI1M a..Pn lIT' .1.1' "e ;-"" Saturday, April" /8:30"m:,Hn Straw your dial. Saturdays 3 ...

it "N! fit"" .ACTjyATOX-S.zone wetUnfAWfOMAHC the home of Mrs.' Gloria'---' ,Pierce,1-* _. 'I.. to 4 P'", Dascbig et
:= .. 'i 1&08 Spires Street, Wilder Park Recreattat
Free
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t eehid JS.nlfMtti / the club, announced that 'an

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WASH WAWR friends-to attend** ** *J .

... ...... .1A1B fieewvH taneVIif ,A and soap MWIfren .. Mrs. Mildred James is secretary. tYoig
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Planned 1 .
Fashion
Revue
w..4Ie.... BB9 .W lM7 NOM **1r ff! rvT2 f f SPOTLIGHT : rOust SHO OF THE WEEK Come I.i *
: "JiIi.Wt IiII t illrti IIIIIU'" By J e $ &oyp! ; for a -FITTING 4NTROWCTION to Americans. most applauded'
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r' A spring fashion'revue will beheld LAYAWAYS CHARGE ACCOUNTS INVITED i
LQ Rk MoadaAfriI 22,'8:30 p.:mm :, '"
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J 2830 4*at '. WON 4 -at,, >19<"J*jf / ??9JP' EL.s.2151* -r- ihow Pauline MrsTHelen Miles; Mrs.'Wilkerson Ethel Harrison Mrs.- 215 Uirani m. II I /I '

-.at, Mrs. A. G. ChI otm'Krs:: i Open 'tf SW P'". Every Ethel Carter and Miss Arlena prsdstt Ua M .Ma"tt.e .MUttr vtU TM aaerScaa laUtuI'w.- id esl .c IIaI -k. hPlir ;.
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Surise Services Day Spring ,Pulpit Aid Board Tea Surise Service Second Baptist Group Program Sunday

t .. Schedules Musical Tea
t '!f', ": ;"" ''f;':'."''' ,...< ;: ; Schedalcd Fir Will 'enefil .

At Si. Philips s r ,. For Easter SundayAn

r MS. Ararat Home
S Ball Park Suiay
i Easier Moriiig "Easter Musical Tea" is
scheduled to be held Sunday
r7. yf The Interdenominational Minis- afternoon, April 21, from :4 to 6 A mammoth musical program
terial Alliance ,will sponsor the p. m, in the'home of Mr. Robert will presented at the Myrtle
h, Father T. Vincent Harris, rector Avenue Baseball Park Sunday
: annual Easter Sunrise Service at Thomas, 1424 Davis Street. The
of St. Philips Episcopal April 24, 9:00 p. m., for the bene
-".. the Myrtle Avenue Ball Park affair is being sponsored by District -
Church. announces services"lead- ; 4: fifty fit of the Mt. Ararat Convalescent
1 .. Sunday morning.The No. 30 of Second BaptistChurch.
,through Easter .
Ing up to and : f Home.
l:1 t\\ service will begin at '5:45a. : .
Sunday. { + with the sche- The program will feature such t
.. ,. { m. long processionalof The following persons are I
St. Philips Episcopal Church, ; >:-/:-> talented
.1.; performers as The Blair
; :".1>?:; a 200-voice choir. The choir duled to participate on the program
which is located at Union and 'eft"r "*1::::%r .. Gospel Singers, Professor and
:11ai: # : will be comprised of local choral : Mary Louise and Walter
is of the early : .
Pearl Streets, one W 1:1 Madame Goodson of Chicago, the
"l" groups and representatives of Lee, Mr. and Un..Allen Jackson
+ .
Wft
of the City of Jackson m f .
landmarks p. <' male and female
singing
!::: f. : several churches of the city, Mrs. Lauretta Blunt, Mrs. QueenB. groupsof
church is rich in tradition ")1:0. .
ville. The Mt.
Ararat
Baptist Church The
,
under the direction of Carter T. Williams Aaron CX Jackson
and has as its members some '
McCall Gospel Singers and The
Lewis of Grant Memorial AME Mrs. Lena George, Harry Sim-
of the pioneer citizens of the community. .if Celestial
Church Mrs. L. M Butler of St. ; mons, Mrs. Agnes Smith Jackson Singers. .
,1} John Baptist ,Church and Mrs. and Mrs. Victoria Ferrell. Advance tickets are on sale for
Holy Baptism will be held Sat- .... the musical and the
;,' Dorothy Woods of New Bethel Mesdames Lucy Tremble and program
urday afternoon at 5:00 p. m. I have
stated that
they
sponsors
\ AME Church. Elizabeth Chester will tea.
: pour
..Special Easter Sunrise Services- '1 tt. The annual sermon will be delivered -I anticipate a large attendance.A .
will be held beginning at 5:00: a. % .
parade has been scheduled
Ward
by the Rt. Rev. D.
mi This is one of,the special and I Nichols presiding prelate of the WOMEN'S CLUB SETS connection with he event, and ,

highly. religious services of the I 1 'tDOBTY.SEVENTH Eleventh Episcopal District of the persons donating cars are asked i
Music will be furnished by .
year. African Methodist Episcopal ANNIVERSARY EVENTThe by the sponsors:; to assemble at

the choir. .__ f .. Church. Mt. Ararat Baptist Church 21st ,
Father Harris announced further and Davis Streets before 5--p. m "
The various ministers of the seventh anniversary observance -
that special Easter Services '-
city will also be present: has been set by the Silver Sunday.
will be held at Emanuel Episcopal
I Tea Social and Saving WO-
r.
'y Y' r.
/ Church on the Southside at 9:00 8 Y
I a: m. Parishioners are invited to I 4aki'cyyk Mt. Ararat Church men's Club and is scheduled to Baptist Ministers Set
; 1 be held, Wednesday, April 24, in
be present at this time. I .1 : '63 '-' "t;'S: 1(,. dodi :Si, Sets Groundbreaking .Brooks House of- Prayer, comer Meeting At Bethel
An invitation fs extended to all i
I .
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I $.r aY.-r: ,. .g.4.. Kings Road and'Tyler Street.
churchgoers' to attend services + +rA Mr :yZqF : { iy -- The Rev.Anderson from South- The regular meeting of the Bap-
throughout the Easter season. Mt. Ararat Baptist Church will tist Ministers
/ .. side will the Brotherhood of Du-
be principal speakerfor
j... ". {>,,. ,:; A n Jd" hR' rAw ff$ p+vr} .,tOD.( iyX'Ay"' ri, hold groundbreaking ceremonies the occasion. val and adjacent counties wilt beheld .

Sunday, April 28, at 3:00: p. m., Mrs. Ida Fowler president of this coming Monday, April
CHOIR NUMBER THREE for the erection of the new struc- the women's club and Mrs. SallyB. 22, 11 a. m., at Bethel Baptist
r ture on the corner of Fifteenth Church.
.
OF SECOND BAPTIST Street and Myrtle Avenue. The Hill is secretary. The Sunday School lesson will

I Rev. Dallas J.: Graham, pastor, be previewed by ,the Rev. C. A.

aF.i PLANS ANNIVERSARY will conduct the rites. FLORIDA STAR Weaver and the order of the day

/ City and county officials; along will be by appointmentThe
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Choir No. 3 of Second Baptist with local and visiting ministersand IN EVERY Rev.' H. H. Robinson is

Church will observe its Twenty- laymen, will participate on president of the organization and .
COLORED HOME
fourth Anniversary Wednesday, the program. : Rev. A.W. Pollock is reporter.

April 24, 8:00: p. m., in the. auditorium u, a<:iy1.p.. x?};Cii?
r of the church. r' sA .:ti''+',i:5;.: 4.'ev

Allen JacksoI, president of the Your Old Wooden Structure'
1 choir and. chairman of the pro

f gram committee, has announced. .-' .
C OR CONCRETE BLOCK BUILDING
; follows ','.. ; '
participants as : .
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I Choir No. 2 of First Baptist '
: CAN NOW BE CONVERTED -
:>
Church; the Rev. Mr. Richard W :- ;.
.
Jackson pastor of St. John Baptist c

I Church Green Cove Springs, ;. i.: Into A Beautiful Brick- Home
,_ who will deliver the address on '
the occasion; George W. Morris- rig Red Brick -:. Egg Shell White .:. Bull I

sette; F. Henry Williams, who .
will be master of ceremonies; and ANNIVERSARY Participants the 47th Anniversary of the Pulpit Aid Here Is Actual Proof .. Before Bricking
Alexander Heard, Jr. Board of Day Spring Baptist Church include the following members of the church, along with risiiing y. w, l:+wr nx ,r +1a, +pr.ugp w,Y. .;+a r I
r -
The popularity contest between friends: t .. t I
Mrs. Izola Fleming and Mrs. Sadie Top photo left to right'(seated, front row): Mrs. Alice Logan, president; Mrs. Lucille Martin Mrs. .
r Allen, members of the choir, will' Ojetta Oliver and Miss Ida L. Logan. (Seated, rear) Mrs. Corrie Beck. Mrs. Hattie Grant. Mrs. Minnie I

terminate during the evening. Hawkins, Mrs. Wilhelmina. Flowers and Mrs.,Vinia Green. I

Mrs. Gladys C. Vaught is choir (Standing, left to right) Van Boberts.,Mrs. Lillian,Robinson B. Brown. Mrs. Carrie M. Bellinger, .

,I'i t director. Mrs. Mails B. Payne Mrs. W. M. 'McKelton, Mrs. Martha Roberts, and Mrs. Cleo W. Aiken. .' iri f1

,' Bottom photo left to right (front row seated):.Miss Claudia'M. Jones, Mrs. Marzella McDonald, _

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Advertisers
t .. Strickler, Mrs. 'Pearl Jefferson Mrs. Sarah Glenn. Miss Lolar Rowans and (far right) Mrs.. Iyer Adair

u ".. Flarirfo Star Mrs. Maple Roberts and Mrs. Dora Lee Swift. I
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I'' Local Secondary Schools, Observe Vocational-Emphasis Week




Deal;Jaws A. Bowl, Warrti:SJurleyConsoliaiis RECITAL. SLATED FOR. >. I _.,'c..- .. .Speedway Park Community Club : Board To Present -

SAMMIE L .DAVIShe
.:.':,.t. Paul
: F.rWeek's Activities < :.t Saint TrioThe
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Adventurers
Club is presenting
'" Sammie L. Davis choirdirector singing trio of St. Paul
Several thousand students in the local public secondary schools ; and organist of Day AME.Church will be presented in
of the county participated in Vocational Emphasis Activities according Spring Baptist _Church in an a ,grand, musical recital Monday
t to Dr. J.',Irving ,E. Scott. 'Director of Negro Education.for organ recital April 29. 8:30 p. m., Irk'i' evening, May 6, by Usher Board ..
/' Duva County. .'., in',Mt. Olive Primitive Baptist 2, McKinley Chambers president 1
Two of the top educators of the Church. There will be no admission fee

state served,as consultants during ton Vocational High and MatthewW. Mr.Davis is a graduate of Stan- *.a. < s > r __i_ and the ushers are making preparation -
the week. They were Dean James Gilbert High SchooL ton High School and Worsham yt for a glorious time in
'A. Bond, Director of Negro Education College of Mortuary Science, Chicago S 'music. The Trio has appeared on
for Pinellas County and Illinois He obtained his several occasions throughout the ,
..Warren Shirley, Assistant Dean Black Yaikies music training under the direc- city. Along with the regular pro-
of Men at Florida A & M Univer tion of Prof. M. Don Walker of gram they will sing several re-
sty The consultants visited the To Play CliwMs I this city and Professor (X Curryof quest numbers.
local schools and took an active Chicago, Illinois. While in chicago The group is formed of mem
part in the various programs conducted he served as organist of bers of the Gospel Chorus of the ,
and also offered their SI'.ay 11.3 P.N. Greater ML Olive Baptist'Church. church. They are Mrs. Elizabeth
services In many ways to make The competent musician is also Williams, Mrs. Inez Mills and .
the activities for the week: .a' suc The Indianapolis Clowns and noted for his participation in religious Mrs. Cornelia Wallace. The''\ ev.
cess. and civic affairs of the J. A. Roberts is pastor. -
the New York Black Yankees will f-
Y.
'A wide range of activities were cross bats at the Myrtle Avenue city. He is chairman, of the Fifth : ... S -I '
held in all of the secondary Regional District of Florida Negro _
Baseball Park Sunday afternoon,
; A. L. Lewis Fashion
Funeral-Directors and Embalmers ,
schools during the week. Among _
Aril 21, in what is expected to __
these were: field trips to various be another of their thrilling Association a member of National cL Show This Wednesday j jThe
business places of interest, chapel Funeral Directors Association, ..,, .... n
games. Inc, a member of Paul Lawrence '::*- *r,;. "' -< !':',: r" .., ;.'': :' .'- programs;, a day was set aside at The Clowns, known nationallyas :)i:ft i:; : : ""'" -.1<* t \,:
\ Dunbar 219 A. & F. M., teachers, patrons and
each school for the purpose of Lodge a
the:'"Futimakerswill "again member of Lily White'Lodge 125 IHS"ALLATIQNHELDMembers: of the Speedway.Park. Community Club are seen attending pupils of A. L. Lewis School will :
having people of the communitycome feature the and only "King installation of the
one the recent meeting. group. model the latest spring and sum-
into the schools and share and a member.of American
"Bebdp" and Ed .Ham
Tut Spec -
\ with the pupils their experiencesin three have Woodmen. I Seen from' :left to right are (seated) )hI&. Pannier Mae.Dickerson. Mrs. Bessie Hill. Mrs. Gladys mer styles Wednesday, April 24,
The gained a
various fields of business, the wide. reputation; from coast to Miss Vermetta Royster, a student -: Benjamin (Standing): Mrs. Carrie McCalL Mrs. Julia M. Moreland. Mrs. Maetta Mitchell Mrs. Gladys at 8:00: p. m:, in the school audi .
torium. Mrs.
'clergy, professions and the like. at Matthew W.,Gilbert High Henderson and Mrs..Lucille Wright.Conference Irma Murray will
coast. for their: unusual .comedy. serve as narrator..
Over two hundred outstanding Not do the Clowns furnish a School will appear on ,the. program t
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citizens of the community took variety of funmaking but they as guest.soloist
I
-, time off from their busy workday I have a good baseball team. Mrs. Elsie Thomas presidentof SeiAt
schedules to visit the schools Adventurers Club.. ,
Such stars as Verdes Drake,
r and make worthwhile contributions 'Walter Jones' 'Prince Jo Henry, Church
to the various student Price West, Jimmy 'Porter, Marvin Asbury
groups. Feabry, ;'Naturboy Williams, Deleners Club Schedules there is only ONE BEST '
Participating schools included Al Fletcher, James Mason Ruford The Rev- Damon Dell superintendent
Douglas Anderson Junior High, Nicholson John' Fisher, Claude Program Monday Evenin of the Jacksonville Dis-
James Weldon Johnson Junior Cousins, Gil Black, Jimmy Cob- WOTVBVMMOBMi trict, of. the Methodist Church
High Isaiah Blocker Junior High i bin and Bob Wright" will be seen M/L. Cooper. president of, the will hold the second quarterly! wringer washer America today!
New Stanton Senior High, Stan [in action Deleners Club announced the conference Sunday evening April

i i The New York Blank Yankees, Tenth Anniversary celebration 21.at Asbury Methodist Church.
r will produce: such well known scheduled to be held Monday The'Rev. I.McPherson is the pas it is the Model 91 :
." 'rI stars as Jim Covington, Thomas April 22, 8:00: p.m.:, in St. Stephen
::" Morris, Don Feabry, Michael AME Church, corner Fifth and tor.The ,Church School'' will beginat
IYOII" Smith Charlie McCoy, Dale Miller Davis, Streets. 9:45: a. .rru, followed by the
Clarence Seldon Clarence A program consisting of Easter morning service at4 11:00. The
Coleman,Al Jeffcoat, Don,'Wilson, selections will be presented. Church School's Easter service SPEED '
Bill Walker, Herb Walker and Clubs and individuals are invited will begin a\5.p,m,'Evening worship .IIILIi
0S Jimmy Williams. to attend. A special award wjJI begin at 7 with the district -
Each year these teams draw a will be presented, the club with superintendent in charge; he
huge crowd to the park because the largest attendance will,also preach the sermon. .
of. the caliber of' ball they are Clubs and individuals are invited Choir l' -with Mrs. Dorothy with MIRROR-SMOOTH seamless
1 Ie capable of playing. Each playeris to attend. A special .award Murray at the"piano will .render
a star performer within his. will be presented the club with special Easter; music at each
S own rights and. baseball fans are: the largest attendance.. major service and usher board 1

{! always assured of getting theirmoney's : will serve. ..
\\1 TUB
worth. i it
STHl
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The. game will begin promptly' Sfanion Singers MHUSS
at 3 p. m. Sunday, .and at 8 p.' m. Fashions ,Or)f Spring %

''Aa l Monday. To Sing SindayThe At Second BaptistThe ** > '

i I"Sweet Chariot" Slated! New Bethel
Junior Women's Mission-
U''\\\' To .Appear At Theatres ary Society 'of Second Baptist \
r iIP_ The ,Stanto-Musi-Cho of New Church is presenting a, "Fashionsof I \ -

If Iron Deficiency Antrela I Ken Knight, veteran radio producer Stanton ,High 'School will appear Spring' Revue" Monday night, I
j Has Sapped Your StreyIhi i and announcer, will present at New Bethel AME.Church Sun- April 22, at 8 p. m., in the .audi flP I
day at 7:30 p.'m. torium of the,church. .
a star-studded performanceof
S.5.S. Tonic builds better I renowned "SWEET CHAR- The ,singers under the.directionof Mrs.'Gladys..C. Vaught will be \- 5,' S ( I
weak
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health. strengthens Pk9OF1avst
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blood. SJS.S.Tonic made of IOT GOSPEL CARAVAN" in Mrs. Annette E Espy will render the narrator for ,the,event, with i
I Nature's own roots/ and I personal appearances Easter week a variety of songs during the Mrs. Lillian King furnishing ; ; /
at two local theatres. The shows recitaL The group has been highly piano music. /
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herbs has vital iron to build -
: will be"staged at 9 p. m.'Thurs- acclaimed by..the public and Mrs. Maggie Sloan is chairman ,f. .) -
t rich,red blood.So give your : day, April 25th.at the Roosevelt has ,been .much' in demand by of the show and 'Mrs. Alberta k I '-
whole family lift .
an energy V \ .
various and Williams is of the
churches organiza- president
,5 back i Theatre, and, at 9 p. m. Friday,. so ',
..- S.S.S.get Tonic makes your you pep.feel I-April 26th,at the Skyview Thea- tions in the city. ciety. .., "I.-:' \- > I{ _.

:_,good again fastor your ter. Regular movie bills will be \ .
money back. Now in liquid I shown also.Ninety <
or ,tablets at all drug minutes of inspiring ._....,. ,. ;I ,TI -"
,o counters. SAVE I Buy the II gospel music will be heard from HOW OPEH '. ': > .
large economy sizel! the following outstanding spiritual f : 'w .
groups: Master Keys, Gospel .
CLARA WARP I Echoes, Gateway Gospel Singers;', 2SPOTSUPfIER CLUBiO \

Famous Gospel Mrs. Inez Bivins, Sons of Jubilee, ; .. I '>> .
I t Singer/ says, McCall Gospel .Singers, and several -i
i "If you're weary 'others.-There' will be no advance -! I S6rT
and there's no song : sale of tickets. Box office
in your heart you admission for adults, 50f; children -1
may slowed be down tired and becauseoflroD- ,' 15f tax included. I iO --
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Mrs. Elizabeth M. Sterling
i tobuHd, ,. 1409 Madison St., entered:'Brew- performance record of this wonderful machine. .
red C. last Wednesday to .
ster Hospital I I Here is tops in quality, down to the last nut and bolt.
undergo a,major operation: I
s sI Mrs. Sterling is affiliated with i i And tops in performance down to the dirtiest overallsor
Pride-of Macro Temple 186 IB- work shirts you'll ever,want to wash! It's absolutelythe

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I '!_; News Of ,Interest From All Sections -Of# Beautiful k: Florida: .-"X'Putnam I



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o WOBSPROGRAM; uglas Anderson School = .giXb WiWsfonM
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SIfAMBATI'IWJAY DUL1 ,

m..."' ; <,w,, ,' .1,,,v40i "':,;.. :'." ,,",,, ,:<><\'>., ';"..'....-", :: :.,.. Lee Waters was feted with .
BT E. J. !14 (r ...-r';' '''' 81I..z.- .. T.. : < ;r:,:_: _,I'" "., ."_,:>. "it. :} > a 'h'ifq : .';.,.,.. a party on his birthday, given by
Ota
608 Madkoa.SIneL Palate. Florid}' 'I" 1:16 Newt&tp 1e:Wgtier his wife, Mrs. Susie Waters, and
.., ,,7te Heavens Roa4 (Deacon,
Phoao East 5-3946' 'Grae.) his sister, Mrs. Mary Olive. The
7t,,:II News A Weaiber party was held in Mr. Waters'
7:el.'.tree Morning Opera, (Bob
home. '
A THOUGHT FOR TH&;'YI EXt Sft 13 News lfedeoa'ft) Weather
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'Our Lord has wriiien the proaktv of*the remrrtciioru not in I 31M Morning Capers(Bob. S

.' books alone, but in every leaf in trriogXraf. L lier.., 903 Nrw Hn4ttB*)Wathers8 Mr. and Mrs. James Wesleyand
+3-t0M: Jnmpln' Show, (91um7 daughter Aria motored to
Last week invited Earl'Wilsoa. aof.MM. VttaLl: Wiloa. to Sbaw) Sa.w
s 10:09-10:63 News A Weather, Jacksonville last Sunday to visit
be oUr r movie guest. Earl is a pitcher feggifee..rnatrHltAo"d
team. He'pitched a shutout game.larf.Monday a teit:WillUian. 1tOO-Uta.News ai'W ter, entertained by Miss Ruby Thompson -
1193.12e&GoSPel Ir'q,1 (Deacon _
This week we are sending our Grace) and Mr. and Mrs. A. B. Reed.
invitation to a young Iad) who Mrs. Bessie Sermons represented. : 12.0042:05'; Local Daniels News'(Yvonne 0000S

holds a very prominent positionin Shiloh.Baptist.Church of Palatka. *-12:15 Job Mart (Yromu. Daniels.. ) Mrs. Edocia Miller has returnedto
.de 1:81 Noontime TtmetlmeYvonno .-
Putnam County. She has a Mrs. Corene Ellis and Mrs. Fannie ( D&B6eJI) ,... t Sarasota after spending several
very pleasing personality and J is Coles represented Calvary. 1S'Aws 4k WeatfeerZ.OO .r zy
weeks with ,
1:11- Gospel TnJflJftC 2 (Deacon her daughter, Mrs
quite busy most of the time either i .. Grace) .I Emma McNeil.
290- 2 A3 News Weather
inufcer office or in the commu Mr., and;Mrs. Ira Pale. of. Chi, ,293.390 Gospel Train Ne.'2 (Deacon + 0000 .
nity. She is a member of Calvary' Grace) { ;
cago>arrived; in Palatka Mead? ,*- 33 News Weather.S Mrs. L. A. Williams and Mrs.
Baptist Church where she is very I' nI {for a, brief, visit with Imo.Pale's .' ,: t<4:et lump SAAW),,' Stew,,,(/plumy' Ida Simmons attended the Central -

o active in the Sunday School Her'I' relatives Mrs. Pate is thefarmer Coo. 43 News Weather Baptist State Conventionheld
home*has the same name as that 4.WS.W Jnmptn' a.loJmD7'/; .
Mrs. Bertha Carter. They -
Shaw) in St. Petersburg recently.
of a certain educator. I am 'sure also -rSftUed. 'Mr. Pale's relative. 30- 53 News Weather 3 -A. ; :
she knows'this is meant for her. S3 3:4 Jampln" Show (Johnny.
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IA.J."Yille.afew days Shaw)
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Several people motored. to The West Palatka Home Demonstration I:It- c5 News &: Weather -- --- 'JI(fW'-ii< =' X ''Mif )''r'''' 'i\'.''' '''''' ,
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,Ocala Monday to attend the funeral -, Club made a home improvement 70-13 News ''Weather MOTHERS'\CLUB First grade mothers and teachers are seen with the principal Chester Co- \

for Prof. W. L. Harisfield tour recently. Awards 7:0310 aiadson Morning) capers' (Bob'' wart'as they attended the orange frappe held at the' school recently. CHURCH OF GOD IN CHRIST
who served as, principal of Central were, presented,by Miss Leala M. 1:0043 News A Weather
S3- .:00 Morning Capers (Bob, Left to right (seated) Mesdames Audrey Brown. Henrietta Milliner, Vernell Allen. Ruth M. The great healing revival conducted -
for seven Reeves Home Demonstration Hudson
Academy years. )
90- .:03 News It' Weather1l3I.tO Wright. Mildred. Murrell and, Ethelyn Thomas: : (standing. second, row) Mesdames! Dorothy Wright. by Evangelist R. L. Lambert
included
Rev Agent
Persons attending after the homemakers .
Jnmpln Shaw) Show (Johnny Ethel W. Hartley, Myrtle Sniff. Vernell Taylor. Helen E. Brown. Martha Robinson Ruby M. Ragland : of Lake Alfred, Florida, will
and Mrs. J. P. Morris Rev and judged the homes. First prize
55 10:00-10:03 News Weather Annie Ruth Hicks. N. C. Miller and Mary H. Godwin: (bade.row:standing) Mrs. Margaret V. Grant. begin at the Church of God in
Mrsv L. D. Green Prof. F. R.'Brooks went to Mrs. Mattie Johnson; 2nd 103-110 Gospel Train No 1 (Yvonne. '
Daniels). Mrs. Victoria H. Toms Mrs. L. A. Phelts, Chester Cowart, principal: Mrs. H. C. Tisdale, and Mrs. Christ, 1978 W. 20th Street Monday -
: Mrs. J. A. Long Mrs. prize, Mrs. Alberta Redding, and 110-113 News *: Weather n'
Thelma April
Rachel Williams. Mrs. Catherine: 3rd prize Mrs. Etta Mae Allen. 113-120'Gospel Train No. 1 (Yvonne.. Ray.

.Stoudemire, Miss A,, M, WU&v. Mrs. Allen served as guide for the :OO-1:04.. 1P ,;'.. .v u', The.announcement. was made
Deacon tour. ) ; Miss Schuyler made her debutas by,Elder G. Frazier, pastor of the
bam .? Corene Ellis
4 Daniels
r.George 1205.1t:1S Job Mart (Yvonne ) (
Smith 'Mr. T. J. .Hlnng, 12:1-. ; Noontime(Yvonne Daniels Timethne)"*** .A Miss Schuyler To Appear At FNIMC a performer with the, New church, and Helen Lundy, revival

.Mrs. Susie Cannon, MF'II l.W1:03' News ft Weather' York Philharmonic Symphony secretary.

Cur,;Mr, A. L. Osgood Jr.. MM Ocala Mows 13-'2:00 Gospel Daniels Train) No., "Z4 (Yvonne- ST. AUGUSTINE Miss Phi- in Heckshej Gymnasium.The Orchestra at Lewisohn Stadium
Naomi Jackson .Mrs. .LilliaxHaxdrA 2HM243 News ft Weather. when she was 14.
t:033.DO: Saturday SeislonXJor 7 lippa Schuyler, noted concert concert is under the auspices -
Mrs, Mary Maxwell, Mr.Gutsi ,. !!:?! artist will appear at Florida Nor- of the faculty and staff of During 1955, Miss Schuyler: Woodbine. Ga..
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WaU.l Ma. Goldstein andE. Last rites were held,in Mt...Zion \ toured Latin America Near East,
334Jrs t rda ''' Olltl.. .b.mJ.YShaW ---. mal and Industrial Memorial College the school who will use the funds
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J. Preen.Mri. AME Church: Monday: fp$. Prof. 40- 43: News)ft Weather Thursday evening, April 25, for the benefit of the college. parts of Africa and most of Eu
W. L. HartsCdd, 'principal. : of 43-: 50 Saturday Session'(Johnny The artist was born in New rope. She was decorated by Presi- MRS.' MAGGIE MILTON
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Beulah:;' Jackson we rein St. ceased" passed away Wednesday 53-: 55 Saturday Shaw) Session (Johnny. 110-113 News Grace)* Weather forming and composing at the she was 17, for a composition and Mrs. Clyde FrasIer

-Petersburg last week attending afternoon following! a, brief ill- SUNDAY SCHEDULE 4" 113-120 Heaven's Road (Deacon age of four. She had three of her i written for his inauguration, honored MrsMaggie: Milton on

.the Florida State Baptist Conven- ness. Many people gathered- to .6:00Sip:.- .IDS News On ft: Weather Grace) pieces published when she was! titled The Rhapsody of Youth" her\**" birthday* with a surprise ban-
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tion. :/They -were representativesfor + ,jjay. their last, respects. es5- re-E-----' ''-..Road (Deacon 123-120-123 10 Hee-ven's-Road News A: Weather, (Yvonne five, and at seven she appeared in, In 1955 Haile Selassie, Emperorof quet."Mrs..

Mt. Tabor. Baptist Churn_ : Rev! Haisly, pastor ot the- 1*- 7.' :'II& ,WeatherS Daniels) two recitals at the New York Ethiopia, decorated her duringhis H. Hamilton and Mrs.. H.
church,,delivered; the eulogy.Ms, 7- 7:a.--..Road ('.ea rpa 13-10- 1:30 13 News Havens A Weather Road (Yvonne. World's Fair rendering her oWn: Silver Anniversary in Addis Humming, close friends of"Mrs. .

L. N. Anderson sang "G ing ',: *- $*0 Lstfinore(Live Gospel Gospel Stafl&X Sinters) 1(3020'Mt.Daniels Ararat) BaptlsT" Church compositions.An Abava in November, when she &$on, assisted the hosts in caring -

.. BUY SELL REHT REPAIRHAMWEY Home" and the Glee Club sang"Dgep 10 S:3t Healing Waters (Oral ,(Bev: Dallas Graham) orchestral scherzo, Rumpel- gave a" Command Performance aithe i for. the guests.
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BUOS. River.:" i:3AOO.Jan Revival Center. (hey.I ( Gospel Singing) stiltsldn also received a prize in Palace. Mrs. Alice Myrick of Jackson-
SEWING i MACHIHES:. He was laid to rest' in the.Lincoln "F'-A 90-100- BLshop-te1'Rley"'a. C.)Johnson--r 30- .:00 God's Rosa Woods Holy)Shrine i (Mother composition from Wayne Univer- The concert''April 25, will mark vJUe;.sister of the guest of honor,

WASHING MACHINES.. Memorial Cemetery, under 100-10:30 Heaven Fire Gospel-Siattts 40- 39 Chorea of God U Christ sity and was widely performed Miss Schuyler's 'first appearancein was on hand to wish her many
Lire Gospel ) Elder Charles Beck
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.. Afaii hchdii OB JLniorDtsjiie .1 Clowns To App{ r At lail ,Park Ibtsei Is Sip llllua To FifkiValies man KANSAS Vic Power CITY of-the First Kansas base-I

: City Athletics and one of the
An: .. 1 M.:l leading hitters on the club miss'
t AltaqdTo .. If ly Pro Cuiiuls la Ortf 01 ed the first game of the season

due to an injury he received.when
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The 1957,baseball season i* Aowuhud': ft* South AtetfcLeftfo CHICAGO Ollie Matson, the PORTLAND, Ore. Heavy I he was struck on the head by a
.Tedded.. over by "Hull of Fwa*- Bffi Twry, has;, "' --y Chicago Cardinals' 210-pound weights Johnny Holman and I ball thrown by Brooklyn short.
t laoaehed it:. season with many quesMca* la he aiaefe.ef'.. ids halfback has signed for the 1957 Cuban champion Nino 'Valdes,I stop Don ZImmer.

*s'they Tiar the scents. season according to an announce- ranked 10th in the standings, have Power's condition was reported
The question of how the fans' conservative. Last year the Hor-' 0 ment made by Walter Wolfner, signed to meet in a 10-round boutto satisfactory after suffering a
'generally will accept Negro players nets and Foxes tied for second( the team's managing director.! be staged in Portland May 8. brain concussion. Zimmer was
considered of the place: The Hornets get their .'
is one major help Matson will be.27'May 1 and is The bout will be televised nation- throwing toward first base and
Jues. The question, which originated from Washington and the Foxes' hit Power as he raced toward sec
r3.x ally.
presently working'orrhis.master'sdegree
in the Georgia legislature assistance conies'.from St.Louis. ond. Power was wearing his liner
at San Francisco Univer
Both Valdes and Holman have
"with a bill being offered to cut Rookie Manager Gene Verbleof ., I helmet which probably saved
sity, where. he starred during his i fought some of the high ranking
all mixed competition is sports, Charlotte is short on his pitch- a. him from a more serious injury.
college days. heavyweights and the bout is
E "was mainly a stab at the South ing staff and Skeeter Ifewsom's Kansas City opened the regular
x.: He finished in estimated to be-a sellout. Valdes
Atlantic League. As the well big headache is a weak infield. rushing season Tuesday, April 17, against
in the National Football has stated on several occasionsthat
thinking people would have it, Help is expected from*the parent Leaguelast Detroit winning 2-1 without the
.. season, gaining 924 yards in he would like to get a crack
the bill died natural death.It clubs. : I services of their power hitting
192 attempts, Matson was tabbed at heavyweight champion Floyd
is believed that at least one Manager Bill Adair at Augustais Ma first baseman.
the "greatest football in Patterson.
Negro will be on the roster of also suffering from a weak a player
each of the eight clubs composingthe pitching problem. Much help is T Y F the game by ex-Cardinal player Fight experts believe he will

league. Nothing definite can expected"from Detroit and manyof Charlie Trippi. be a little nearer to his goal Roman Gavin Is SignedTo

be said about the issue until the last year's men are returningto icing Tot, Spec Bebop and Prteee.Jo 'will b* ,among the topflight should he- win from Holman' in Football
major leagues are all set for:.the the team 'after the major lea'-' ;'diamond comedians when-the.ttAtUl1tr ouz Indianapolis Melvin Crawford -GivenAthletic the May bouttraining Contract

season. ,ue' cut. The Augusta manager Clowns play the crack New York'Btaek Yankees here Sunday at '3
Mickey Owen, the new manager says a couple of good hitters 'will p. m.randMondar at 8 p. m. in the Myrtle Avenue Ball. Park"thf t ScholarshipAt under the capable..tuter- TALLAHASSEE Another
of the Jacksonville Braves, offset the weak pitching if Detroit Clowns offer the finest fun show"en*'pat. iofeifeer., This is their age of Coach James P., Small of Florida A & M Rattler joined the

is all set with the return of third doesn't send more pitchers in. 28th eeatecutive season en.the. road,-.and they lirepresenting the A & M UniversityMelvin Stanton.<< Crawford is the son of pro ranks when fullback Roman
baseman Ed Barbarito, the Sally Manager Jimmy Brown at Sa- greatest entertainment of comedy and befooacry in their long his- Mrs. Beulah Crawford of 1622 W. Gavin signed on the dotted line to

League's 1956 home run king; Ed vannah is ,quite optimistic over tory of barnstorming.according to,advance reports. 26th Street. He will enter the university play for the Pittsburgh Steelers

Charles, one of the smoothest the showing the Redlegs made _._ '. Crawford, 1956 captain in September. .at a reported salary of $5,000.
fielding second basemen in the during spring training. He says -- of the Stanton High School Blue \ Coach Jake Gaither of the Rattlers -
+ game, and Pitcher Charles Wrihn. 'Savannah will have a better club Devils has been awarded an athletic said the big fullback from

( The other positions appear to be this 'year.The SPORTING IT UP scholarship at Florida A. & PATRONIZE Lake Wales is "one of the,best
set also. Owens says, "If 'I can't Brooklyn Dodgers will : M.. University by Head Coach A. Flerida StarAdvertisers I've ever coached. Gavin aver-

win with the kind of material I'm send the necessary help to Man- S.,"Jake" Gaither.Crawford'received. aged 7.2 yards per carry,last sea-
being furnished, I'll quit and go ager Goldie Holt at Macon, Officials his football son.
1 to work in some other kind of of the Dodgers have prom- BY"'C. PARHAM" JOHNSON I ,! ,0 ,.

business." ised Macon some hitting power MANAGER LOU BOUDREAU .
Club officials at Charlotte, N. that will make the club a con- of. the Kansas City Athletics has

C.. and Columbus, Ga. are moreII'J tender. selected his six starting pitchers

I 'Ernie .White is returning as i for the 1957'season. Pitchers.-who NO NEED TO BUY-
manager of the Columbia. C.i will carry the starting assign-
.team. Four of the best years in! meals are Tom Morgan Rip Cole-
TOOTH ACHE Columbia's baseball history ('52-: manNed* Garner, Alex Kellner, r

m '55))) were guided by him. Tom Gorman and Wally Bume e.

At Knoxville, Tenn., the team Boudreau says all pitchers chosen t'
2O SECONDS
that replaced Montgomery, Ala- have been standouts during the THE LARGE
'/' -ktt a r if *" I-.' bama, will be directed by George spring training season. :. ,.

Staller. He has had nine years of CHAMPION GENE FULLMERand '
ORA4EL managerial experience. Last sea- ie
challenger Sugar Ray Robin-
son he was at Aberdeen. S. D. son have'officially signed for : '
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their return bout for the middle :SEE.YET: : s

weight championship of the
Louis Files Suit world to be fought in the Chicago

Watch This Clown Stadium May 1. Both fighterswill
receive.30 per cent of the net
47-11-62 AgainstGaleflto gate and $100,000 television fee. } .s

1 357 98 When Fullmer won the title from If .
n't'tried '
NEW YORK-A$250,000 slander Robinson in New York' January you. : :
suit charging defamation of 2, he received only 12% per cent
4 c\ 3. character has been' filed against of the gate, and nov money. '

f 5 6 "Two Ton" Tony Galento, former This was a take of,, only $20,915 gentle satisfying :
9 1 heavyweight contender by Mr. compared with Sugar Ray's purseof 4 .

.... and Mrs. Joe Louis in Supreme $138,000.

38-29-57 Court. ANDRE, RODGERS, former Calvert Reserve
The suit resulted from defama-
Nassau softball player, appears to ,
65-48-78 tory remarks Galento allegedly have the shortstop position clinched .

..'. made about the former heavy- in the New York Giants in
Sometimes 9f '
ask for the
Sometimes he's down weight champion on Mike Wal field. Last year he batted. .270 handy .? .
He adds, subtracts lace's "Night :Beat" television with Dallas in the AA Texas Lea- t: to
He work It .!! _lOtI" show recently!The suit lists Gal- gue. Harry Walker, manager of

FOR APRIL 27th ento Wallace and WABD-TV as the Dallas club- said he believes trial* size today.
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co-defendants. Rodgers is ready to play shortstopfor
86-74-39 Galento is reported to have said the Giants right now. "I think .

Louis was a "pushover, who .he'll drive in 60 runs hit at least

should have been licked if he 12 home runs ,and bat ::260," Walker Learn why-Clear. I ,
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Gala Easter ovjesSTRAND (Galento) hadn't been pressuredinto declared.

,fighting him earlier than WILLIE MAYS who will be ?8 ;

scheduled." He 'was referring to on May 6, had his batting average Heads Call For --- I '.
21' 27 his heavyweight championship dip down to .295 last season .
Sun. Sat. April!! / .
fight with Louis on June 28, 1939, ':; ..
"RAW EDGETechnkoIor ; after hitting .319 the year before ..-..
Rory Calhoun Yvonne De Carlo in :which. the Brown Bomber and .345 in 1954 the year he won ,,.: .' i .(i. r ;

"HOLLYWOOD and OR'Awls BUST'Martin knocked him out in four rounds the bang title-and:MVP award. ; < : :

MIDNITE RAMBLE SAT. that netted Louis $114,332. Mays' who has been tabbed the > ,, ..jP ;
"HARLEM AFTER DARK"ROOSEVELT Tony is also reported to have greatest baseball player in the Calvert;
cast suspicion on Louis> integrity led both
game !by some'experts. x I
"saying: "I wouldn't be surprised -leagues< is stolen bases last year *
if Louis himself didn't have .
+ with 40.drove is 84 and ,. '
Sun. T es. April 21 -23 only runs ;; -4'
"SHOWDOWN AT ABILENE" something to do with arranging hit 38 home ruas. In ,1955 Willie 't .
"PLEASE MURDER ME" that premature J- gbt." belied 51 homer and drove In 127 4,i';:;; ., ase ..-' ; "'f ,
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Thursody. April 25th runs and in 1954 he hit 41 homers <:t: r"f ,
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i "SWEET CHARIOT LEARN TO DRIVE 'and drove In 110 runs A'I"
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Way T.' Lieu _
{1 yearM"llwaUkee'h Hank Aaron, : ; :0' : ; ;:, _
Sun. Tu t. April 21 ..23"PARDNERS" AJAXDRIVING Billy Bruton, Felix' Mantilla, ,, .,; ,':,.i ,' ::4W "- .. I _
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Srage-FrI., April 26-9 p... Milt. Smith. Sam Jones, Tom Al- ;
10 Gospel Groups George "Perpena ston, Frank Barnes and Chuck a w4 ::1'- -

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nella, Sandy Amoros Junior Gil- ,'.. :"-A T; -
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'Newcombe. The names give here ,-,,-!.....:... ;..1 -...1"."'.,)+';.';--' I ,
are just a few of the many in j:" 1 t .

t major league ranks, but the talk ". _. .., :: ,-.:'..-r....Th.,, "convenient. <-.'trial Calvert. ., !t
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of the baseball world is the sign 'It .f.; !"
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Fernandez by the Philadelphia ,";. ""-?.:*"!.:"tev'f.r ,'-:convince. yourself of quuKiClJ I '( .'

1 Phillies. ,: CalvertV -exnaYZ : : ,
superiority.
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Each aceetat i U Detroit Tigers, said recently that ;" r ''CALVERTTODAY.. ==-== S t
Our very liberal CURRENT RATE Herb Score the Florida who ::- ": -J.' 1
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r Annually .en Savings 11/2S. FeJeral Semis is the fastest pitcher alive for a : .::> :;' ;'. '_. i.
in this Also 3 'aecI- Lean tM.r> full nine inning game "Most fastball \ ,. ,.. ...;r. -" '- ...
lotion which is ;',1' :i: $1:60'
chartered aad titp s5C. Cirp.AHos pitchers slow up a bit somewhere .. -. ... -
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.glorious holiday of the year U fut 1

'approaching. To many ,of the

younger sat Easier is more important .
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"in the shuffle many kids

aren't taught the true importanceof $ILI00
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this most sacred of holidays, n r

but think of Easter only as a time
"for eggs and new clothes.

For many young girls this is
the occasion for the first trip to
the hairdresser. If the poor dears _' '\ -S

-JSnlr knew what they are starting: SAVE It {} 1 + a'

1' Taking all in consideration, tho, ;.
this looks like the brightest Eas-
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the "Blocks" and watch the Eas-
ter Parade Sunday afternoon.For # '

a wee bit of'nosta1gia-

Remember when aU of the schools 1 > 20-inch 1

.. planned big picnics and outings at I Sr-i
..the then New Lincoln Golf and
Country Club or either went to king 720" CIRCOOLATORREG. _

')Kelly's Farm or a similar rustic. c'x I
[place every Easter Monday? Also
Easter Monday was always the
first day we went in swimming.
50 1 .-S
-Those! ,were the Adays. Nowadays SALEP u
tJi younger set yells, "meet meat.the
PRICE
bar." PRICE

The, unofficial opening of the fy
s .l .4
beaches is always the Monday t .' ._ .'' .
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after' Easter. For some time Bill ;

"Spendthrift" Graham, Walter
Reynolds and Duck "Spendthrift"Davis

have been getting their I ,
places in "shipshape/' We under-I

stand that if the weather is,nice,I ra ro .
MP
everything on American Beach ir
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will be open over the weekend.The .

management of the Strand > |7 r f ( I[ FREE.I I 44

has a treat for movie-goers. In the ; '*ailfc*; : ;,*. & **"*
lobby of the Strand you will see
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plan to Install in the near future. *fr 5c4 -'i r 4 Attend The First Anniversary Celebration of
We tried it out and if feels good. 7 .J.>s:s>cFjMI ( r'yFl/r 'r

Now if they will only allow us: -r W.O.B.S. Radio Star "Deacon Melvin Grace".
tall folk a little'"leg room" things :, .aaGS r' ..Gtit
Sponsored by Jax Center the
Appliance at
will be,hunky dory. ;. getisafe grilles. .

The Two Spot, HUe Club reopened i '" '' q 4 ( J n bojh stiles I National Guard Armory ,.on Sunday, May 5th

with bang Thursday .
on w.pne &*
night. The Interior has been redecorated t CaMiAf( fHKl at 6 p.m.

made. One and thing other was constant changes ?8? % fe > ''MlIfjW11"
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and that was Baron 'McCloud's : '' """ ',(,
band.The place is under the management ,,,,{ I FREE I I.s
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Eddie: Deas is In direct charge.
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stand will be different. We hear t *if v K?sffi b "' .r
.
that a policy of weak] -end' stands :j ; : @

for name- bands will be, started .
soon. Also live entertainment will .
_ be offered. "tfw il.

There is one thing for certain. '.5S 8i 9k::a .
? ,J % .
The will not wel .
management .S ; .
the overall and I IF.
come : dungaree wSiS t. .7th:
thugs who, formerly flocked in "k w

every night and did more grin- Y

ning than spending. Walter Johnson zg. Y 709,
the floor manager said that +; Y pPs
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while they welcome all comers, :4
the management will not wel- YOUR CREDIT IS GOOD E
come the element which made

themselves so unpopular before
the Two Spot closed. There is no

reason why folk can't go out and s sy
act decently. The affairs at the

Armory were all proof enough $1.00 M M
that we can act like people when WEEK
we want to.

.On the dace subject, B. B. : ,1

,King drew them from far and
near last week. We saw more
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,,5 'M rtiip x Y'A r.
Y
pretty little girls than could '$ .
. you S''x" !Al: .9,;: S !R
k4a .
Y
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:* ;k vyA : 'S
shake a stick at. There was one *. ;h ( y a
sad person at the dance however.

One young lady kept a torch :.. .
,
'' aK., .
:
: : wNF' S1.4o'.o\rY.w>s }.a}
at
burning for the great B. B. for ; ; r -
P
several weeks. He, didn't favor MH kNDOWiS .

her with hardly a glance. w

There were scads of our friends UtI1ItMVs THE NEWWELBILT

present. Among them were.' Hat- 2Ki a, ,,' .I fi p AtM. f ytie ,. Y n t9yR t R a.' ;:Ls i ;y 4 ? 4
tie Green, Mary Dunbar, Idella S
Dozier Lee Crews in P ,.1,: .,,: v Y .w 1 S. RANGE
Mary' a ', .R : K.: tC.
%r t Y}", S }r4 MC 4 ,irt
party with Johnny Britton and }
..
Clyde Merritt Most of the ;, \
local officers were busy button- t+ Q vY

holing folk.and selling tickets to ONLY $498 DOWNiiW
the annual Policeman's Ball. Pro

ceeds from the ball will benefit 1100 Bl'Qad st. JAX APPLIANCE CENTER EL 6.2602 S
the Athletic League of the local
'
Police Benevolent Association. If '

you don"t have your ticket just I : : PHILCO.SuperMarketer

holler "POLICE" and. tell them It's a girl for Harold Gibson /' '! V .. .

what you want when they arrive. and his madam, the former Helen FOR SALE ,
There was quite a stir in labor Scott of Tampa. Mamma, daughter -
circles last week. We undetslaad and Gibson are doing well. All Wool Bugs RITZ Theatre

that Maxwell House Coffee Com Annette Jones of the Monterey l&u Hew .

pany laid off over fifty employesof staff and Lady Doris'the topnotch Sues 9x15 mJ 8x10
color. Some of the fellows had musician are both sewing tiny Phone IV 7-4290 After 6 P'- NOW sib BIG WEEK
loaded up sort of heavy in the garments Keeps mod fresh days
l J
bills department "De say.4 w I longer without freezing
Nip Sams, the Calvert salesman Exclusive ,
Sorry to hear that Dot Shaw, New "Cold Flow" Meat
and
has finally broken down FOE SALE Locker...
provide ideal
wife of Johnny Shaw the deejayis
bought a new car. He refuses to THREE BEDROOM HOUSE Engagement storage conditions recommended _
in the hospital for a brief spell
1 by National Live
ride his former side-kick John $6ee... ftowa
Ruby Cook visits the hospital Stock and Meat Board.IMcv.ft.lUMgwator. .
"B. B. Pickens. Hugh Gregory, 3141 JAPONICA ROADMegaeRa
daily to see her dad who ,had a Garden TWs( picture coaaot be seen 0 .
the purveyor of spirits for Schen- ether theatre)
at
.
minor operation but her sister For fometi f hens EL 3-9613 oar Fr.a.rS
i' ley and Russell Gregory, no relation t e*. ft. rr.*z. 4.LWA.Id.177
.. Ethel goes to see her dad and"her "The Greatest Maviaa. Picture I } ....
are doing a lot of promotingand "
main ,man." Seems ,as tho her I Hare:Ever See! 0 Deluxe totem amen.
: ;
it ain'taU. Cascade, even tfeo -r? -Walter Wiacaall"A ;
: "Cwdo.tMk"
steady was injured in ,the recent ,
it is being done in the moonlit FH i Of Reverent And Mcolre :.l.
'
elevator accident. From Brews- -5-
Isiah, White is stealing ,the ItEirSaIe73x100 Mesi&Snoei" .l : .rDOWN -
ter comes word that you can hear thunder from one of the local -Ufa MqaI ine r'X rtqtcouTa. .
Joe "Hollywood" Higdon from .
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theatres and is sponsoring a chainof
one end of the hall to the other. j..'
"reck and roll movies in the REASONABLY PRICED Cecil B. DeMille's Production
If this is true to
we can expect
bars about. town. We ,took in one $4.98 :
see him on the job in a few days. Sewage Water
at Reyno Bar and made a new
,
Laura Wynn, of Fuller Cosmetics 7/1 TIltlftlftJ
: acquaintance.which did us a wee HItIa ,Dry Load ": :: / .'

as one and of Cadillac the town's fame top,"is"ego known de-< bit proud..,.Met one of the nicest I ,Ne.. lus u. '.,A :Paramount Picture YkicnrfsibnTeclmicolorACADEMY '"T Pay Monthly :- Twice Meathly,

'.; flaters."She just gave a playboy barmaids in town by the name of CALLP044397- r .. AWARD PICTURE 'JAWHh :, -, Pay Weekly -:- Every l>ayor .-
Mary Williams, Sorry but she's
'". a treatment that has him still ; '. Ysl Brener Best Actor, 1956
smarting. married. : -' Every Hour on the Hour !
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