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Florida star
Uniform Title:
Florida star (Jacksonville, Fla.)
Alternate Title:
Florida star news
Physical Description:
v. : ill. ; 58 cm.
The Florida Star Pub. Co.
Place of Publication:
Jacksonville Fla
Creation Date:
April 27, 1957
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30.31944 x -81.66 ( Place of Publication )


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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."
General Note:
Publisher: Eric O. Simpson, Feb. 14, 1981- .
Funded by NEH in support of the National Digital Newspaper Project (NDNP), NEH Award Number: PJ-50006-05

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University of Florida
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University of Florida
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All rights reserved. Board of Trustees of the University of Florida
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Material Information

Florida star
Uniform Title:
Florida star (Jacksonville, Fla.)
Alternate Title:
Florida star news
Physical Description:
v. : ill. ; 58 cm.
The Florida Star Pub. Co.
Place of Publication:
Jacksonville Fla
Creation Date:
April 27, 1957
Publication Date:


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


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- .
Funded by NEH in support of the National Digital Newspaper Project (NDNP), NEH Award Number: PJ-50006-05

Record Information

Source Institution:
University of Florida
Holding Location:
University of Florida
Rights Management:
All rights reserved. Board of Trustees of the University of Florida
Resource Identifier:
aleph - 000581378
oclc - 02261130
notis - ADA9536
lccn - sn 83045218
issn - 0740-798X
System ID:

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Preceded by:
Florida star and news

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1 bIL4L k rI The fatal stabbing. Thaddeus Kennerly. a Jacksonville sChool- BY STAFF WRITER ./
> teacher his Floradale,home shortly after midnight last Thursday. Edward Waters College last Thursday was the scene of a somewhat -

April 18 still remains an unsolved mystery as the Duval County. orderly demonstration as students protesting the lack of recrea- ,
Sheriffs office continues. tp grill suspects. tional.. 'facilities picketed the campus with signs calling attention,to-*'.
i I Early 'this, week :Deputy SheJ1lfts : their needs.The '
Joe McCone and.Willie Wes- demonstration followed a travel.
Kennerly, a talented singer and
I 4r : --1 2 ton arrested I Clement Franklin, teacher was stabbed with -a kit- meeting of the, Student Council Further it has been found that
31, of 1821 Baldwin'on.a'charge chen knife, in the bedroom of his called- to' discuss the constitutionand $2,000 is collectable for publica-
of He was'held for in- "conditions that might ,af tions fee. One school has "\
.W t .i -3.t;; :t l '; vagrancy. home at 5205 Polan Drive wherehe paper
vestigation for,any connection he lived alone. fect" them next year. been published with advertisements "
reconstructing -
DISSATISFIED'STUDENTS Edward Waters College students who staged a protest last,Thursday -
might have had with the killing. After meetings with the Presi- apparently paying the
I, because of lack of recreational facilities. are seen,with signs that tell the story briefly. (See.story). the grim events j;
... Charges against him were thrown found that Kennerly staggered dent William T. Stewart and greaer portion of the cost.A small: # .
v -, .. ... .. .. STAR out by ,Justice :o#, the, .Peace ,from ,his home to the house next Bishop D. Ward Nichols a member ,year book is being offered. _
ft -' '-"-- '- Georgno-'l ',Wig I. ::., .door..but-was. imnVvtcL f/\. .awaken., ,'_of. the executive council of A FLORIDA STAR survey :
favorably on the university'soverall On Thursday/debuty sheriffs I hisineighbors.' "' :.Losing- 'blood' rapidly the StuHenrCouncil f telephoned 1 *,'a I found rU Impossible-to''determine!"" "'a e Y

Kent's FAMU AttackIs ,business operations and arrested J. B,;dicks,* of 1419 he became weakened and statementto the" FLORIDA STARtc exactly what the ActivitfeTrfee .
Say West 24th St who is being' held the effect that "there is '
fiscal procedures.For crawled across the street,to, the no I coverssince at most colleges the
four for questioning.' home of Mr. and Mrs. Walter strike on at Edward Waters yet," activities fee provides for lyceum,
example -
two reads page as follows paragraph Chief,McClow, Criminal Investigator Green where he asked.to be taken and advised that no names of stUdents athletics and publications.It .
Inaccurate Picture for the Sheriffs Depart-, to a doctor. The Greens took him be given out
M The business staff organization I has been found that the tuition -t
of the university has con- ment described the arrest as justa to Duval ,Medical Center where ,In interviews with protesting at Edward Waters College is i
i tinued to Improve during the routine arrest" in an effort to staff physicians worked frantically students it was learned that en- considerably low and that the deficiency t,
find the killer of the teacher who to save him. But giving rollees at the AME institution are
is made throwingthe
up by
Tallahassee A Florida A and M University spokesman this audit period. tJbw1 Kent did
died in Duval .Medical Center him 12 of blood their dissatisfied over the lack of recreational -
fees in the "kitty. Yet, many
not refer which said
week charged that Board of Control member, Fred Kent, gave an to passages, after he
more than two hours was facilities.
inaccurate picture of the condition of the institution's business department that "the purchasing records were his say that is not the solution because ; ;
taken there without ,naming 'The students are complaining: the students are not getting ;
when ha leveled his attack at the school last week. good followed state purchasing '
The FAMU ,spokesman said it practices and procedures..." killer. r NAACP Curb Bills that despite the ,fact that they are what they are paying for. ".

is unfortunate that the audit reflects some of the operational.practices Another direct quotation from paying, $33 a year-$10 Lyceum Because of a buck-passing routine i :
"history rather than of the university's hospital and the.audit was this one ...'The May Hurt Other Groups fee $10 Athletic fee $10 Publications between the President and ..'
"news" since Kent's tirade was health center business office even university Is to be commendedfor fee and $S Activities fee the Bishop no one takes the responsibility t
there criticismof action taken to eliminate the they are not getting what they for any of the'short
based on the State Auditor's report though was some :P TALLAHASSEE Two bills t
for the period from July 1, operations of the university's operation losses of the dining'hal] ..:"",..';". were approved by the House Judiciary -I are paying for. comings that affect ,the students
1954 to June-30, 1956. business office per se. President sustained in prior years ', Committee last week designed A survey shows that studentsare' and the result is that the students -
Kent, a Jacksonville attorney, George W. Gore, Jr., said that Criticism. leveled ,at A,, and M .,,-. .. to curb efforts by the not getting the benefits of the get the well-known short. ,r
regarded as strongly antiNegroand corrective measures h a v e been was not the only such action ,t NAACP to eliminate segregationin Lyceum fee which provides for j I end of the stick. ,
only member) of the Seven- taken in each of the warranted made recently as other agencies the State of Florida. lectures concerts, movies dra' Bishop Nichols' office read"to ;
man board to publicly criticizethe instances.The have been the subject of varying i1f: Several committee members, 'matic shows etc. .A total of 400' the FLORIDA STAR a copy of a'1

institution charged that the corrective did not degrees of criticism.'For example, ,,'.. including Rep. Karl of Volusia, students pay $2,000 yearly for. letter from the Student Council :
business department was grossly show in the audit because it the large number of "cracker" "'" .-,-.. expressed fear the proposed laws I such cultures. that representatives of the body
"incompetent or dishonest. He covered the period July 1, 1954- breakfasts given by Commissionerof .' ,". '5. might harm other individuals and i Students complained that they held a conference with President I ,,
did, however; take time out. to :June 30,'1956. Also the audit failed Agriculture Nathan, B. Mayo organizations ,operating in Flor- r have not been provided with Stewart calling attention to their t
add that the institution was run I to mention that there were for promotional,, purposes during ida. Rep. Orr of Dade, who is nota football or basketball letters, no recreational needs. The president
"splendidly" from an educational several changes in the adminis- the 1954-56 audit periods-, drew member of the committee, said money has been allotted for a is credited with denying the '. .,
point of Triew. trative personnel at the hospital the ire of state auditors.. : \ openly he believed the measures football banquet and- the basketball shortcomings and promptly issued,
The Florida A & M spokesman during the same period. tI ,team has had cancel a portion his personal check for the Purchase t
would be declared unconstitutional
pointed out that the focal pointof Significantly, Kent apparently Join The of the season's schedule be- of movie film, promising to '
Kent's blast regarded the overlooked several statements in PRAYER PILGRIMAGE THADDEUS KENNERLY: I "but 'someone might} get hurt cause the administration wool secure a requistion far certain of ,(

audit's comments pertaining to the audit which reflected rather To washington. May 17. I ,. his killer hunted.' before the)! are,.".... not make funds available for their other needs.

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lieve that his
t' One Year, $5.00; Heat Yecr, $3."; Tlwea. Mealfe, $1 JO town 't, providing traffic
,J, Moiled To Yea Aaywa.,. la fee kited 5.4a. : we officers to prevent any traffic
I .S.becrlptie.< Payable I. Adroace. Sad Cheeks or Moaoy Orders To: received'sever- snarls that such a motorcade'
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fled tones sug- ting the activities,or ideals of:the, .
< gesting that Klan. ,
PriYtr Pilgrimage Fr FretiiH Cahill must be \ I
1 aligned with Simpsonthe For one thing, I firmly believe;
that it is better to have law enforcement
!l Klan.
.1 :rile nation's top Negro leaders are calling upon Negroritigrm 1 yr f'V officers escort the
.t. ; throughout the country to support the Prayer Pilgrimage I74 We don't know. whether. Cahill Klansmen and hover around their

't f for Freedom in tWashingtea .'ea May 17, the thfariasaivcrsary .: r meetings to see that no violent

1: of the historic U. S. Supreme Court'decision bas they may have been, will give acts are performed In the

::7 3 sting r segregation> in_ public education. you time to reflect and to revise event any violence is perpetratedwhile

j Named co-chairmen of the 'movement are A. PhilipRandolph lMFfl your whole attitude or work outa law enforcement officers ,
I ... president of the Brotherhood of Sleeping.Car Porters -" Jd new and sounder way' of life. are present, Mr. Cahill will then
1 of the AFL-CIO Wilkins .' .. have to answer to the people'of
and vice-president ; Roy execu Make the most of them.. ('
h tive secretary of the National Association for the Advancement t airs 120441943423. Duval County. .. '

of Colored People; and Dr. Martin Luther King, president r. NAACP CURBS

i of the Southern Leadership Conference and leader of I o:... -:..._ l. CAN BOOMERANG
the successful Montgomery, Alabama, bus protest movement. ; -!- ....c: p AQUARIUS -
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Born'Jan. 20 thru Fob. 18
g The Prayer Pilgrimage was officially launched at a meeting .02 :..ti'"( .- Klan as an organization has the
4. I 'of 77 leaders of church, labor civic and fraternal organizations "* "%'f'a'If'- There is little doubt that yoUr right to hold its meetings and
in Washington on April '5. The leaders unanimously y e.ao.A. life will take another direction, march through the streets like

: .J' approved a'call to the nation to gather in Washington in observance "African Independence Is, Removing This. Scar Of White Supremacy"' one that will bring perhaps greater any other group so long ,as they
I .I of the third anniversary of the Supreme Court decilion I opportunities, happiness and a are not masked, bum their crosse

t { in support of pending civil rights legislation, in protest -- extensive I chance to develop more, spiritually. es and go through whatever gymnastics -
I.. v against terror and violence in.the South, and in commemoration -' .j 8-90=- 32-389.. The '29th confirms this to a they choose on private
of Abraham Lincoln. ; Your Weekly certain degree since it denotesthe property. Under present laws thatis
.' .'' The Prayer Pilgrimage, the NAACP leader said; "is not LIBRA end to one phase and the their right.

.. / a March-cn-Washington in the sense of the 1941 movement ide Bam Sept. 24 thru Oct 23 beginning of another. It seems mighty strange, how
inasmuch as it is hot designed to exert pressure on the execu-'I :Horoscope. The hazards of impulsive spending 57Q99-68-39-759.. ever, that while lawmakers. in
tive branch of ,the government." r are also accentuated under Tallahassee
are doing everythingin
The Civil Rights legislation will undoubtedly be reachinga WHICH ARE YOUR LUCKY DAYS FOR these aspects. The 25th should PISCES their power to get through legislation

crucial point in Congress about the time of the Pilgrimage.: BUSINESS LOVE TRAVELy give you an opening to improvethe Born Feb. 19 thru March 20 to curb the activities of
Ia fact; the very preparations for Pilgrimage can have al management of finances and the NAACP which seeks legal
It is that the circumstances
beneficial effect on the fate of these bilk. I I ?PABLO, The ASTROLOGERARIES assets time to revitalize your possible of your life could bring a remedies, nothing is being done

Even if one were to leave aside the spiritual and psyco- nervous energies and occasions tobetter change in your family life or a to curb the infamous Klan.

logical results of a successful Pilgrimage, the collection'of between CANCER yourself in Spiritual ways. rapture of previously formed ties. The day is coming when the
50 and 100 thousand people of goodwill! in ,the nation's Born March 21 ihru April 19 'Born June 21 thru.July 22, Do not,add to inventories for the. The 29th is another symbol of a faces of the members of the

capital may in a critical period be a major factor in achieving A harsh attitude towards friends, The confidences that you reveal time being. change of mind and even the NAACP investigating committeeand
Civil Rights legislation for the first time since Reconstruction loved, ones and those who serve could be distorted and magnified 7-40-22-43-21-424. complusion to seek new pastures those who are diligently

days."We you will only serve to arouse similar .far beyond their true worth and elsewhere where you will find working to put through bills to

earnestly hope," Director of the movement, Rev. responses and a complete even used to",thwart your ambitions Oct.SCORPIO more room tot express your ideas curb the NAACP will turn purplered.
Thomas Kilgore, Jr., wrote the FLORIDA STAR, "that we state of chaos as far as productivity or discredit you. The 29th Born 24 thru Nov. 24 and
can depend upon you to help us get at least 100 thousand pea and understanding con places added. emphasis on :your Give way to the pressures of than rushing. headlong into to be applied to the Klan and the (
pIe to Washington." cerned.: The 29th,provides a hopeful social activities and the cost of superior forces or circumstancesin things take ndte from Mercury White Citizens Councils. .

In a letter to all NAACP units "Mr. Wilkins called upon I sign as far as these! questionsare supporting, them. The coming order to 'recoup your strengthand turning retrograde on the 25th It would be,well for these zeal
them to initiate steps to get a large-delegation to make the concerned if you will take the month will open new .opportunities better prepare for the next that it is wise to reflect long and ous "aptriots" in the state legislature '
trip to Washington on May 17. The aim is to get minimum appropriate steps to remain solvent for travel mental development offensive that should have improved deeply beforehand. You can still to remember that the laws '

of 50,000 persons in the city for an open air 'meeting scheduled and curtail unnecessary expenditures and the acquision of fond chances of success.,Obstinacy act next month. they are passing can be made to
./ for the park area in front of the Lincoln Memorial. friends. '! in wanting to gain your ends 910111313914. apply both ways. 1

The branches 'were urged to mobilize all civil rights sup- 2-60--55--59-x4-264. 7-60-59- 59-S&-768. now, come what may, will only
lose friends' and t\
porters in their respective communities and to'make arrangements _,,- you allies
for transportation: to the nation's capital city. TAURUS .'::1EO- t money The 29th confirms that You Don't Have to Go to Town to Get
Born April 20th ihru May 20th the focus of attention will turn on
An office for the Pilgrimage has been set up in the, ,Born July 23 ihru_ Aug., 23" public marital and partnership
NAACP national headquarters, 20 West 40th Street, New If you can take life in your If solve with- relations ,
you can problems as well as on the tacticsof :
York 18, N. Y. Additional working space.'has been set up in stride without going to piecesotional1y' out too much damage to yourself, your rivals. PRICES i
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satisfactory period in which to On Your i
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'. .. rograde journey'' .on the '25th. ,
938 CANAL STREET people and circumstances here the offshoots of the conflicts that \
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Go. out..to, 2200 block of, West Beaver-- Street. : 4-2071-19.78-.427.( 4-30-gains 77-29 to-come 7&-43T., taken to last heart week's and applied recommendations remedial ,In Your Local Papers ,
Turn right at Mack Truck Agency- and continue GEMINI measures, the final impact .

-I, block. Born May 21 thru'June 21 VIRGO which is timed for this week will WOOD'S DIXIE PHARMACY
A keen awareness of the future Born Aug. 24"thru Sept 23 have lost much of its force. A ;

Opening of Jacksonville Only consequences of what you decide The possibility. .of- stepping- .too-- good start In the right directioncan 1302 KINGS ROAD .t MYRTLE AVENUE ;!
or the changes undertaken against high wide and handsome could be made right after'the 29th. PHONES EL 3-3377-98 '

the'flow of natural tides, is essential bring censure from official or administrative 3- 8- -85-386. We Octfrtr We Alto Fill Ml octo,,' Prescriptions j
Curb Service for Colored so ,as not to 'get off on the quarters -'and -this. r
wrong tangents. The 29th suggests would not contribute in the CAPRICORNBorn TELEPHONE

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past and present, and arrive ,at that ,are building up within you. The continuing problems that
\ interesting conclusions that will Your -associates.can carry may be the aftermaths of'lack of r
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; Dinners and Regular Meals. ,.', :_.: and'.better living habits. yoursel :,The.'29th:will open new peace of mind as well as cash.All r r >
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I( i Satalrday. April 21" 19S7 P T".f!t'L+OIIttDA'STAit'i', ._ P.9i' 'Otreerte ''
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1 Mrs; Helen Toner was all smiles she was announced winner of ,-H,

IL I the grand prize in the Cosami Club's 'bridge tournament, held .recently -
in Wilder Recreation Center She was awarded the club's

I Duval County Championship Bridge Trophy which she will keep

, until the next tournament is played plus a beautiful gift

1 Other: winners were Mrs., Juanila Williams who placed second; 'r\4

' :\ Mrs. Mary Jones third place winner; and Mrs. Catherine H. Burns,
1( ,1 fourth place winner and also winne'r of the'door prize. Mrs Ruth id

ft I Bonner received the consolation prize. ,. .. Jt t a iaS
l' ,,The Kevineiies ,Bridge Club received a gold, plaque for havinga
record attendance at the ,
tournament.S. 'If. N j L
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in her lovely Eighth Street home, carrying out the Easter motif in _._ : '
fl her tasty service. ,1. :: s :

( !J Members present included Mesdames Hortense Gray, Norma > ;

, {, :Bland.Vivian Holmes. Lola, Schell Charlotte Stewart. LouIse Wai "'
Ion Gloria Brooks. Lois Iszard Jolila Simmons Joan Spaulding aiM..b "kwk i ? ,

J and Thelma"Lewis. .

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An appetizing seafood dinner consisting of sa\ory_ clam chowder,

,. J hot fish with hush! puppies and roasted oysters on half shells was

enjoyed by the 34 members' of Upsilon Chapter of the Alpha Phi
i Alpha Fraternity attending the recent meeting in St. Augustine. '

'I I t Dr. XL N. Gordon the gracious host for the occasion, selected .. ,.", ;:

1 the beautiful Summer Haven waterfront resort as the setting for the ;r.lf5,. is. yy. ? '
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A lit EASTER FINERY This group of Jaxons was selected for the simple beauty of thei7 Easter .
r 'f. The SigmaShadow, an organization composedDf wives'of members apparel. Shown they'emerged from services at Laura Street Presbyterian. Church are left to right \ .;' I

/J. ... of the Phi Beta Sigma Fraternity distributed colorful Easter Tommy Maultsby Robert Johnson Miss Marva Davis little Miss Branda Miller and Mrs. Pearl Miller. _
baskets to children in Brewster Hospitallast Sunday. "
The groups includes Mrs. Margaret Smith Mrs. Irene Alexander "

,Mrs. Celestine R. Nicks, Mrs. Helen R. Scott Mrs Ruth Whit., Mrs. Tea Scheduled Sunday Reception Slated. ForMr. Three-Act Comedy) .:,

MeltonU McGrift Mrs. Adelaide. Jenkins,. Mrs. Freddie G. Ball* I
I and Mrs. Ira Washington. f By Gladiola LadiesThe and Mrs. W. Smith To Be Presented 0:
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r b: .' Delphinia Brinson is all agog over hertrip Nashville Tenses Gladiola Ladies' Club will Mr. and Mrs. Fred Burke of By Jewels Club -; t

' } see last'week-end where she visited David and Laytha DB ef. Lay f sponsor its annual tea Sunday Jacksonville announce the marriage

l'. ,1 thais the former Laytha Collins of Jacksonville and St Petersburg afternoon, April 28, from 4 to 6 of their daughter Everlina to The Y-Jewels of the Branch .
1 David is a student at Meharry Medical College andapart.Ume: teach o'clock, in Wilder Recreation Warner R. Smith, who is stationed YWCA will present "Cousin Jill

er At Fisk Universitv. ., Center Third and Mt. Herman at NAS in Heavy Attack from Junction Hill," a three-act

f j '"Del" was extended many social courtesies, by old friends and ,',- ,",' ', Streets. Squadron 3. comedy, May 20, at 8 p. m., in the I
it 'J mentioned a breakfast given by Mr. and'Mrs. Richard Hunts.Rich A program% has been planned The marriage was an event of auditorium of New Stanton Sen-
It Mrs.. BessieP. Pearson of 5331 Newcombe Street announces the
: ard is from Jacksonville and his wife is from DeFuniak Springs. which feature local artists. January 15. ior High School.
engagement of her niece ,Dorothy Jean Dunlap ,to Sgt. Albert T. will .
-t( She also saw Lawrence Moman son of Mr. and Mrs. Lawrence The is invited to A reception has been scheduled The
Jr. of this public attend. play features Mrs. Mar- j
Ma I DF Sr.. of this city; Raymond Cults 'of Orlando, who showed Walker city. for May 4 in the home of thebride's
I, \' The bride elect,is the of garet Clayton Day as .Jill, an or- -
daughter the late Mrs. Rebecca Dunlapand
l color slides of interesting European sites visited during his stay in parents, 2034 W. 11th St dinary ranch girl from Texas who
I i'1 the armed services; Andrew Austin of ,Jacksonville and Robert John :D. Dunlap. Fortune Find Friends of the couple are invited. makes
\ Havling Tallahassee. Sgt. Walker is the son of Mr. and Mrs. Albert T. Walker. Sr., artCosmetology an unexpected visit to her
cousin of high society in a large
2117 Avenue.
( The Danleys, Martin Edwards and Miss,Adrian Logan of Nash Payne ClubThe
'J ,ville'feted '1>el" with,a.luncheon and escorted her to'the Coxtmaiioa The wedding''will be an event of early June in St Pius Catholic By Cherry Blossom Club city.Other
Church. characters include Miss
If'. ," Dane fdr, "Miss Meharry" held' last ,Friday, evening."Del" .
Connoisseurs of Cosmeto- Spring Tea Hortense Jones as Mrs. Ralston,
c did not fail to mention the impressive. Easter_ worship services
held on the campus of Fisk University Sunday morning. logy will sponsor a .fortune find Clarence Von Bostick as Goffrey
dkfl. ., % Business Wimen's Fashion Show Sei! and dinner party Tuesday April The Cherry Blossom Social and Ralston, Mrs. Delphinia M. Brin-

: 30, at 8 p, m., on the lawn of Mrs. Saving Club will sponsor a Spring son as Hallie Ralston, William
I j Mrs. Myrtle M. Terry will officially install officers of the Lafayette
I. Corene Cooper Jones, 1732 Semi- Tea Sunday, April 28, from. 4 to Huggins as Jeremy Miss Coretha
Y.! Club at 5:00: p. m. Sunday, April 28t in the home of Mr. and In Afro-American -
; Assembly Room Street. r Wilson as Mercy Kendrick, Mrs.
Mrs. Chester A. Ford. 1181 Durkee Drive. nary 6 p. m. in Bethune Circle, 531 W.
.<< Mrs. ,Thomasenia W. Dorrell, Beaver Street., Jean Cobb as Judith Arthur, Miss
( I IMn. I president, has announced that it Ella L. Bronson as Jennie, and
, .Miss Pearlie' R. Fountain will
Olga Bradbazn will narrate the Iris Garden Circle's Fashion The Assembly Room of the ultra-modern Afro-American Insurance -
) Show-Tea scheduled to be held Sunday afternoon, April 28, from 4 Company Building has been chosen as the setting for the is possible to find a free hairdo, be the speaker for the tea. Charles Lee as Anthony Taylor.

to 6 p. m. at the Branch YWCA. 582 W. EighthStreetMrs. "Spring Fashion Revue" to be presented May 3 at 8:30: p. m. by the manicure pedicure, silver and Hostesses include Mrs. Alice The play is under the directionof
,.1. Erneitlne Pool' and Miss Polly Brooks will be among the* ,Business and Professional Women's Club of the YWCA. many other valuable items in the McFarland of Club 18; Miss Josephine Charles Linwood Lee, an in-

I -models appearing on the show. Subscription tickets are available Fashions in street, business, fortune find. Bivens of the Business, and structor at James Weldon John-
;r from members of the circle. I evening and bridal wear will be shown. One of the special features A series of interesting activi- Professiona Wlomen's Club; Mrs. : son Junior High School.
J1. of the showwill be the ties have been 'planned for the Margaret Costello of the Hattie I. I Intermission periods will feature -

& modeling the :latest type of evening and Mrs. Dorrell an- James Club; Mrs M. Alexander the Creative Dancers of

I millinery by Mrs. Maggie Aarons. nounced that persons attendingwill of the Chosen Few Club; Mrs. R. tl James Weldon Johnson with Mrs.
Mrs. Margaret Day and Mrs. be well entertained. Smith; and Mrs. Rosa Brown. Geraldine Hilliard directing.

Jessie Caine Possie will be featured .
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i? in bridal attire. They will ,', i jr
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dresses' / ) _, 0: 'r J VIt"1
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sentation will be Mrs. Mable ,. .j"f t.r .r.i ..- *';> _' '. ", !! t'
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County Public School System. : >f ,,'
_,' lteldd Dotit Others displaying styles of the :,\.. Y'. ;

season will be Mrs. Delphenia '

i Mainor Brinson Mrs. Ruby Kil- ( 5 inyour ;:

patrick, Jerald Cruse, Patricia ,

t % I Jones Warren L Johnson, Fred-
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die, Barton, Johnny Barton, Jacquelyn mirrortoday '
i Cruse, Myrnal Marshall, w
r r Miss C. Gonzalez Kirkland McKenzie -
Judy"Baker.-; -
i it Y- .:i Miriam White, Sidney Kellam- ; .; S
Collins Mrs. Mattie
.. Gwendolyn ; '
Hayes, Deborah, Kellam, CynthiaE.
Johnson, Mrs.; Ellen Connors, ;
Mrs. Maggie Aarons, Mrs. Mil- /

.,.. y dred Davis, Mrs. Alice Slater. N r'
Mrs. Hazel Argrett
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.. Alton Adams, _Mrs. Katie -.
-i" Graves, Patricia (Ann Bryant,
Mrs. Marie Timmons Sammie L.
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Davis, Major Bryant, Jacquelyn your 'us

Morrison, Miss Edna Moses. lovely as fashion sP :
Officers- the club in chargeare ,
Mrs. Irma L. Lynch' president means it to' be I /

; Mrs. Owe B. Williams,

1 : = Mrs. Geneva Guyton,.Miss Fannie Today gorgeous new hair .
Blue chairmen. color is fashion...and today, : t :
.... MODEL ., .. 2. Tickets are to be, held in ad- you'can look in your mirror t4

J' IB-10 ] vance and may be purchasedfrom 'and see the same glowing, lustrous ":-> .

any member of the group. color chosen by models like .
i. this famous beauty here!Yes,with 4 ..-

UGEL@cu.rt.4) Spring Tea ,ScheduledBy God oT.Lariense Hair Coloring
you can give your hair exquisite new

color long-lasting, natural-looking
By s Society
color...CUJas 1.2.3!

R j i '. ELECTRIC Mrs. Alberta Zanders will spon-
I GENERAL t t{ : sor a "Spring Tea' Sunday from is the famous,dependable brand in the red
box, known and approved for more than 50
4 ,to 6 p. IlL in the Zeta House on
years. Get it at your farorite cosmetic COUAter--
BeaVer Street.,
: today-and see your hair lovely as fashion
: The affair is for, the:benefit of ', ,
REFRIGERATOR means it to be
the Women's Society for Community 18 exquisite tbodnf.froy'
Action which, is, at present
HOME NI preparing for.a "Pageant of
FEATURES GALena JiI Faith" to ,be presented at the Just

Q Ttuee Fay Width Stet.es ,. JUtwMtk; lattriot Light dIIfihII1qI11: Gator Bowl,May '29., ;
ie Siytet i.ttaJutEeNaItFaZ" The organization was foundedby fellowthese -

Tmptratirt Coatral a...... Mrs. D. Ward Nichols and is .O
.1f Boowy Ytfctoow DKVWJ headed by Mrs. Myra King presi-
Ai.*a. for Fast Frmko ....*d4 w4 Aljtstotle 3
Fsa Width.pHer Try Po r9lmHARPER'S. dent; Mrs. L. G. Coleman Mrs.
Estelle Jones, :Mrs. C. D.. Akery, easy steps I
and interdenominational of- ... -
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A program'will presented, in "'. >. God.frors,loriWesdtetotf. applicator fcvU fa again tend sN In your "' .
connection with the tea.PATRONIZE. pocbg.. tfyM.MFG. r r k s
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J.7J : Contest Terminates Sunday At Shiloh Metropolitan Baptist. c'l!,

Cfcesier R. Cbwart To Deliver ,. Second Baptist Choir No. Three I Youth Program Slated At Church of God I IEvangelist'R.

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i, -Principal Address Fer dccasMiM : J ident of the Youth. L. Lambert Association, pres-of speaker.The Skyes Gospel Singers, The I'

Florida, will sponsor a youth program f .1'
..+1i Saturday. April 27, at 8:15p. : Golden Voices, The Songs of the ..
A calendar popularity contest is;' APPRECIATION HOUR 4 m., at the Church of God In South Soul Stirrers and the Logan ; I
f II scheduled to terminate Sunday, Christ 1329 Francis Street. family are scheduled to'appear
I i.I I April 28, in Shiloh Metropolitan! SET FOR MRS.: HARRIS Elder F.Myers will be the main on the program. _'. I
J Baptist Church the Rev. A. B.I
y. ,
Coleman, pastor. i
: Mrs.: Laura Harris, president of ry
The contest is for the benefit I 6
usher board 2 of Emanuel Baptist
of, the annual Women Day!
Church will be honored an
Drive and features the theme, :
I I appreciation hour Monday, April THRU TUESDAY APRIL '30th BOTH 1st RUN
"Make Your Birth Month the l Robert Mitchum
29 8 with in
at m. a
Month of the Year." Mrs. Mary p. program "HEAVEN KNOWS MR. ALLISON" '
the church auditorium.
t Palmer is general chairman.A 0 '* and '
.' Appearing will be the Female .
program has been planned Forest Tuck e'THE r
'}'I for the occasion with Chester R Chorus of St. Thomas Baptist QUIET GUN"
*! Cowart principal of Douglas An Church, Cecil B. Fisher, Mrs.
Rosa Lee Toulds, Mrs. Rebecca STARTS WEDNESDAY. MAY 1st BOTH FIRST RUN I
i derson School, as speaker.He will;
V): presented by Mrs. Lucille G. Lacy, Mrs. Minnie Cook, Mrs. :a ;:.. aw "TENSION AT TABLE. ROCK"and .
' Coleman. Rosa Lee Ashley, Miss Johnetta -
'If \ Mrs.: Edna Jackson and Mr. Bush, Mrs. Ola Louise Hollimbn, "THE MAN IS ARMED"Folks

[ ;: Julian White will serve as soloists Mrs. J. Johnson, Mrs. Gertrude Be Safe and Sane at the Ritz ....:
ford the Miss Barbara Morse, Mrs. Edith .Jones, Mrs.
J program.
I Robinson will be mistress. ofceremonies. Bessie Robinson and Mrs. Thelma ,
: Gipps. the direction of Mrs. Gladys C. Vaughi celebrated Us Twenty-Fourth annlrersary last Wednesday in ,.,
J !h.-(: ritestants representing 'the the auditorium of.the church.F"uJt .
months from January through row.left,,to right:.Mrs.Gladys C. Vaught. director: Mrs. -Bessie Thomas. Mrs. Miriam
t December, respectively, are: : Mt. Calvary SlatesSunday Lynon Mrs. Louise Maxwell Mrs. Mary Howard. Mrs. Sadie Allen. Mrs. Lersey 'Smiley, and Mrs. THE SEAFOOD CENTER
'., Harold Austin Mrs. Vinna Vivian Crumble., p
.1-: Green Mrs. Rosa Lee Jones Mrs.II Activities Second row Mrs. Alean Tarver Johnny ,Made Archie Pray.,Aaron Jackson. Mrs. Florrie Collo- Comer Myrtle Ave. and Shad Roe \..
f r, Minnie Paul, Mrs. B. Joyce Lawson way and Mrs. Tasker Jenkins. -
Mrs. :Beatrice Baucom, Mrs. : BLUE OCEAN BREAM .. .... .... lb. 2Sc
; Districts of Mt. Calvary Baptist Third row:.Mrs. Lucille Williams Mrs. Alma. Harris. Mrs. bob Fleming Mrs. Carrie Williamsand .
i I Ethel Madison Mrs. Dorothy T. Church will hold meetings Sun- Miss Catherine Smith. FRESH WATER CATFISH ... .... ........ .. lb. 49c '

Wright William: U Hull, Mrs. day.. KING FISH STEAKS .................................... lb. 49c ,
: Retha Smith and B. 'Mrs.White Alma, Mrs.M.Alfredia Cash. District 10'will meet at 4 p m. Board Observe Usher. Board Sponsors First Baptist Church MEDIUM MULLET ...... .....H.......*. ...,...:U!........Ib. 20c
t .. Representing the seasons will at the church; District 16 will LARGE ROE MULLET ......ate..,;.__.?.,::........lb. 29c
l 1 be Mrs. Johnnie Daniels, spring; meet at 4 p. m. at the church. The St.. Paul Trio, Slates "Women's Day" LARGE RED BASS ....:.....'.:.hfe.;' ...',!.'.'.::.-............ Ib. 35c \.
Choir and Usher Board 2 and
I Mrs. Willie Malaphus, summer; gregation will accompany the con pas- 4th AnniversaryThe The St Paul Trio will appearin BLACK SEA BASS ......................_:??.p......... lb. 29c
Mrs. Thelma. Sampson autumn; tor toit.. Pleasant Baptist 'a musical recital in the' audi- Mrs. Annie Lee Patterson has VA. RED FIN CROAKER ............. : .......Ib. 25c

I and Mrs. Tressie Hagan, winter. Church, Green Cove Springs at Nurses Board of Abyssinia torium of Greater St. Paul AME been selected to serve as general FRESH WHITING ...... ................4....... ...... ..lb. 25c
Church, 6, at 8 ,
3p.m. Baptist Church will observe its Sponsoring May the p. m.is Usher chairman of the Women's Day ob- FRESH WATER PERCH _.., .............:..1.;:............ Ib. 35c
} BAPTIST MINISTERS Choir 1, Usher Board 1 and con- 4th anniversary Monday, May 13, Board 2, McKinley group Chambers, servance to be held Sunday, May YELLOW TAIL SNAPPER ... ...............:........ lb. 49c
: .- SCHEDULE MEETING gregation will accompany the pastor at 8 p. m. in the church. president. Members of the Trio Jessie 26, in St.First Baptist" Church, 1027. GENUINE RED SNAPPER .. ..............;........ Ib. 59c J
to Emanuel Church
Baptist services. Speaker for the occasion will are also members of the Gospel SPECKLED TROUT. .... ... .................. lb. 49c ;
: AT BETHEL BAPTISTThe May 1 to conduct be the Rev. S. Andrews, ministerof Mrs. Patterson and her coworkers
Chorus of St Paul. Mrs. Inez FILLET Boneless ..... .. .
Usher Board 1 will meet Monday Allen Chapel AME Church. Mills Mrs. Elizabeth Williams and.captains are currently SNAPPER ...,.. .. ...lb. 59c
j regular meeting of the at 8 p. m. in the basement of Others appearing include the and Mrs. Cornelia Wallace makeup preparing programs for the STANDARD OYSTERS, for. Stewing ...... pL 79c
Baptist Ministers' Brotherhood of the church. Mt.Ararat Quintet, under the direction the Trio. Mrs. Wallace Is a service. MEDIUM SHRIMP for Boiling .....:........... ....lb. 89c
Duval and adjacent counties will Choir 2 will observe its 32nd of Mrs. Hazel Gross; Mrs. singer in the group and the .organist The Young Adult departmenthas CHERRY STONE CLAMS ... .........:=.......... ea. 6c
be held Monday April 29, 11:00 anniversary Monday night in the Susie Manns, Mrs. Florine Grover planned a fashion revue entitled To Arrive Friday A.M.
... a. m., at Bethel Baptist Church.- auditorium of the church. A pro Pines, Mrs.Bessie Tyler, Mrs.Ni- v The group will feature spiritualand "Tots Fashions," scheduledto MEDIUM FLOUNDER .. .. .........."..... lb.. 39c
.'.The Sunday School lesson will gram will be presented with local zell Clark, Miss Johnetta Bush, gospel songs Requests will. be held May 1 in the Education Convenient Off-street Parkinf in the Rear
G previewed; by the Rev. A. B. .artists appearing. the Male Chorus of Mt. Ararat. also.be';;.acknowledged.. .Building of the church.
,G Coleman and the order of the day .
1 will be "Echoes of Current
.Events," by the Rev. C. A.
Weaver. '
The Rev. H. H. Robinson
( president of the organization announced DE-'N' :
that the public is invited 1R
?t ,to attend the session.
': A. W..Pollock. is 'reporter.Hi. "

Ararat Plans q + ;

t Grouidbreakinjp.m.Sunday fROM

3 Groundbreaking_ ceremonies for C. NEWSOM'STRADE-IHS USED s DAMAGED SOILED] ;

the new Mt Ararat Baptist
Church the Dev. Dallas J. Graham ANNEX .
pastor, will be held Sundayat : _
3 Avenue.p. m. at 15th Street and Myrtle .

t Making tip the program will be _
local and out of town guests.
f Many of the city and county officials VANITY

} will consist of both ministerial
f play prominent parts on the pro*

gram.Chairman Clarence Cunningham i i -S : .
F $1.s. { $1 $
of the Board of Deacons and
$1$1 S $1' l SS
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will be present to make all in.

welcome.attendance at the special service LIVING ROOM SOFA BEDS. .: . : $14. 3 PC.. BEDROOM SUITE : . $59.

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A BEDROOM 5 PC. ,MAPLE DINETTE ..... .,. $19. 5 PC. SOFABED GROUP ?. ... .. $29. .

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H1TT1ESSES. .-. NXSrUKS COTTON MATTRESS : ... i- ,$ 4. ODD SOFAS . 00". '.. ,. *i$12. i!'

I '- t;' MNETTES elElTEI.11III REFRIGERATOR LARGE :,| /. ....,,i, $12.. UNFURNISHED BOOKCASE. ... .-',':r$e5. I:
. Mr.S".t>ans. organ!** MIS. .r. '. '. .." ''. > .{
I at .y Spring Baptist Church 4 5 ,
wm lie piMcnied la:'organ recital 7" >:*,. : BROAD AT ADAMS. #'!
Moafey, April.2flL at 8:30, p. m.. '

..'Faurih Th H:Sfevti 1kbeit3gipea aad KyxitoATMMM. LAMPS :: ,PATIO CHAIRS

oM Jtr the JUrealums Club. : .' I EjiILuMJMm111\ 1\1'\ j jTHE

_ Liii Ye! ., leyak._rue $4.95 : _
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stoical at MtJ&ew! W. Gam! 'r.. 0. > .SOUTHS OUTSTANDING. FURNITURE STORE

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.Satardcry, April 127! 1957 2 TH H&UBA STAR. __ .... '1ftft

,, Butler _Cancer Chapter ,Awaits :"Lights On" Driven :, *w

' S I Duval School l Nurses r JPeputfes Assigned! New Automobile I JOHN E. FORD SETS ** t

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Plan "Friendly T ea MAY DAY OPERETTA"MAY .

1 The alumni of.the Duval County *

Vocational School of Licensed
- t r ': Practical "Nurses' will sponsor a i WORLD" an operetta in two acts #.'
; --'Members of the EuGene J. Butler Chapter of the county's American "Friendly Tea," Sunday, April 28 ''will be presented at John E. Ford

Cancer Society Unit are. standing'by for the Cancer: 'Sunday from 4, to 6 p.;, In. ,in the Brooks [Elementary School Wednesday .

I Observance in.all local churches Sunday sad the important "Lights .House,of Prayer 1432 TylerSL I night May 1, at 8 o'clock. '
.On" drive'Tuesday'night,.April '30. in each section:of the county. Goal chairman for the affair rL I
.? The theme of the operetta tells
; .The Cancer Sunday,Observance Is Mrs: Willie Louise Smith..Serving I '
i about a king and queen who have
-.1 is designed as. a special day of checks should be made out to the on the Program Committeeare I just ascended the throne and are : : .

prayer: and spiritual support for American Cancer Society. MeSdames Joyce Gilbert, Ma- ? F ..,, '. I crowned as reigning monarchs. ;Weut-

j the cause of the American Cancer More than,five; thousand city rie Jones, Marie Taylor' and Es- I They issue a proclamation declaring -

Society all over the world. zens are""scheduled to participatein telle Wilson.'On the Refreshments I the day to be a holiday and .

i Churches have been asked to use the all-out "Lights On" drive Committee areMesdames Eloise I invite the'children of all nationsto
;; :'I special bulletins that have been come Tuesday, April,30, at 7 p.m. Sampson :Dorothy' Watson Ruby b c I appear before them to portray

;. .... distributed by the local unit for when'marching wmkers'will'viSit Plummer' Vernon. Simmons and their native songs and dances in

: this purpose.hey have'also been homes in order to seek additional Bertha Hayes. I traditional style and costumes tomake

t' J urged to.have a special prayer for contribu onsfor the;Cancer Cru- The committee on decorations is the occasion a gala affair.
the local and national organizations composed of Mesdames RuthWinner *
sade. Cochairmen 'of the "Lights A Up of the Pepsi Cay to
The royal reigning
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during the Cancer Crusade On" activity, Chester R Cowart Vanburie; Parker, Ethel sails entstaaHaf yoi
Bouie and Louise Seabrooks. ] His Highness King Robert port 1 Aaeticaas who make IV
? Month and the forthcoming year. and Leroy B.:, Jackson reports .
: those slated partici-I <<' rayed by Robert L. Prater, Her country an* ear eesuantty
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I The Interdenominational Ministerial that many volunteer workers a letter place ia which to ttro.
I r SHERIFF PRESENTS KEYS'Dural County Sheriff Al Cahill Highness Queen Betty portrayedby
pate"m. the arranged for
Alliance and other minis- have already' organized: their re- program I
'keys to the'firs! automobile 'Betty His Grace *
presents new purchased during his' ad Glasper,
presentation are: Mrs. V 8C, il
have to and standing i
terial agreed spective areas are
out the groups Cancer Sunday programto carry by' to complete this important Emanuel, Mrs. Marie Jones, Miss I ministration Deputy Sheriff James C. Bailey. Seated in the car LDeper'Sheriff Prince Larry portrayed by Larry ** *
: William White;Jr. Gardner, Her Grace Princess Joan
fullest extent and the min- phase of the month-long crusade. Luvane Seabrooks, Miss Vivian
its .Cahill'said* "We are assigning the first new car our administration portrayed by Joan Grant.A .
,.asters have stated congregations Others assisting In coordinatingthe Taylor and'Gerald Porter. .
purchased to our colored deputies for the single reason the care night of gaiety and fun will *
would be asked to make special effort are Professors Bernard
and protective maintenance these deputies gire to public property be enjoyed by all who attend this
.t contribution for this worthy cause Langley! Charles F. James.Eu- their homes and received the contribution *
should be rewarded. He stated further that. The automobile
depu affair as the dancers of each
'28. Cook ,James H.Argrett Arthur .. The Butler Chapter is
,,.while in church Sunday, April gene White
; ties Bailey and hare been driving has more than 90,000 miles country vie with one another for *
Contributions should be turned into C. Madry,William T.; Harper out to raise $5,000 as'a part-of thecounty's '
I on the speedometer and our accounting: department informs me there top honors on the including -
Professor Charles D. Brooks, and Aaron Robinson. $30,000 goal, and every program .
has been less expense on that rehicle than on others In' the depart- America with her latest
...president of the EuGene J. Butler Citizens are urged to leave person should make a personal
ment with less than 30,090 miles. modern dance, the Cylpso. Don'tmiss *
Chapter, who is principal of New their light on Tuesday night untila contribution, regardless of the
Sheriff Cahill added "James C. Bailey and William T. White Jr. this hit number
School. All volunteer worker has visited size. *
: : Stanton Senior High
outsiand1nRlawn .enforcement officers
-.f.- -- are who do a superior job for
the citizens of Dural County Florida. I am happy to have them on t vt *

: my staff for they are a credit to police work and If all officers of 1953, he made plans to con-

P;; '. Feed your baby came up to their standards there would be unfavorable. criticism tinue his study and in October of *

: of law enforcement in the United States.. the 'same year, entered the Na- *
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.1 Paris, France, and also the Ecole MARVA I. JENKINS *

; : CARNATIONAmerica's Bethel Baptist Church To Present Normale of Music also in Paris. Duval high County School Vocational *

s Leaving Paris after two years,
he entered the Stuttgart Schoolof Pepsi-Cola Bottling Co. .
Robert Ingram II IB Recital ana Pepsi-Col Dealersare
Music in Stuttgart, Germany, proud to salute Marva .
J. Jenkins, a member of
where he recently completed. a the 10th grade class. She
'! Unit B of Bethel Baptist Institutional Church will present Robert year's study. Is an honor student a it
member of the Student
:. William Ingram, .H, lyric tenor, in a recital Monday evening Bethel's Unit B, under leader- Council and Is affiliated *

1 .. May 6, at 8:00: o'clock, in the auditorium of the New Stanton Senior ship of Deacon Keith C. Hines is with Baptist the Church.Mt., Calvary

: High School 1149 West 13th'Street jI presenting Mr. Ingram in the recital *

:::"healthy baby milk! I Mr. Ingram was born and rear- ., ** *. *

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.. It from Central YMCA High Mass. 8, 10, and 17 of Bethel of whichthe

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f :? 'iFutnam County Slews I. Horoiites Honored With Banquet V wo' (40(42 SUNDAY, Sip Shaw On) SCHEDULE '*

: .' (:0:- (45 News A Weather
ri PROGRAM SCHEDULE (:OS- 740 Heaven's Road (Deacon

t .. "'.. : ..yYry w.. .I ... n ..- 740-743 News Grace)ft Weather "1
J BY ,EL J. VBEEN MONDAY-FRIDAY SCHEDULE 743-739 Heaven's Road (Deacon
f' 0 A0- lOZ Sip OalOZ. Grace)
>i -4--. .;. 600 Madison Street Pskika Florida CAS News A Weather 7:308.80 Latlmore Gospel Sneers
.. : ,1 u' r IU7:00 Heaven's Road (Deacon (Live Gospel Singing)
t .... .7 11!? .. Phcae East 5-3896 kF Grace) 8408:39 Healing Waters (Oral
13073 News A Weather Roberts)
,' 7:03SM Moraine Capers (Bob 830S40 Jan Revival Center(*cr.
l' A THOUGHT FOR THE WEEK nrIli Hudson) Eunice Riley)
"It is'nice be but it' is much tobeLnice. SM13 News Weather 940-1940 Bishop S. C. Johnson '
to important more important 13- SttO Moraine Capers (Bob 1.OO-1l:11l1eavea riro Gocpe1I1atr.
." Hudson (Live Gospel Singing)
HHtQtf t' LwT' 1:00. 943 News Weather 1030-10:45 Temple of GeeS (Rev. W. B.
-'Last',week we invited'Miss Leala Reeves who is the Home Demonstration1 93-110 Jutptn Shaw) Show (Johnny 19:45-1140 Heaven's Herbert) Road (Deacon

r :Agent for Putnam County to be our guest to the movies. :00-lt3 News Weather Craee)
10:03-11:00, .. Gospel Train No. I (Deacon 1140-1143 News ft Weather
Miss Reeves spent the Easter holidays with her parents in Webster. Grace 11:03-1240 Heaven's Road (Deacon
\'.She didn't read the Star until Tuesday therefore she has not contacted 113-120 1190.1143 News A Weather Grace)
Gospel Train No. 1 (Deacon 1240-1243 News ft Weather
t the Star for her Grace)
\, reporter passes.
U0-123 Local! Newt (YvonneDaniels 1243140 Heaven's Read (Yvonne
1 ,r>,This.'week we ate inviting aJroung ) 140143 Daniels ft)Weather
1245-12:15 Job Mart (Yvonne Danlel News
; ;'lady who is a member of Hosley. They were assisted by 12:15140 Noontime Tnnetlm ) 143130 '. Road (Yvonne

the senior class of Central Academy : Mrs. Etta Mae Allen West Pa- 14*. 1:13, News(Yvonne* Weather Danleli) 130240 Mt.Daniels Ararat) Baptist ChurchRev.

; ,-High School. She has one latka, H. D. Club and,Miss Leala 1t32:00 Gospel Train No. 2 (Deacon 240340 Jafco( .Gospel Dallas Review Graham)

: -sister,,and 'one brother. Her ma M.%Reeves,- Home Demonstration 240243 News )& Weather (Live Gospel Singing)
uler's :birthday and mine, come Agent, who jnade the presentation. 243340 Gospel Grace)Train No. I (Dearod 340440 God's Rosa Wood Holy )Shrine -(Mother

in the'same month. I notice that Mrs. Mildred Woods first % 340-'3:03 News Weather 4:00540 Church Elder Charles of God In Beck Christ
343440 Jnmpln Show
she has been attending Sunday prize winner received a lawn ii r ) 540-543 News ft Weather
School rake Mrs. Alvetia Lawrence,second 440443 News We&u.ntU 5435:45 Heaven's Read (Yvonne
regularly. Now I am sure ; 7- .:00 Jumpln' Show (Johnny Daniels)
she knows this is meant for her. prize; a potted flower, and N Shaw)
.:eo. 5:03 News A Weather
4 She has been waiting a long time Mrs. Leola I Horton, a third prize, 5435:45 Jampin Show (Johnny Kingsland Ga.

;f or the passes to the movies. a lawn hose. SATURDAY Shaw) SCHEDULE ,
The Club entertained the participants : (40042 Sip On
V : -1 1.n. 0:02- 045 News A Weather .
Mr. Arthur Fuse, Mrs. Gertha with a shrimp lunch 0:05740 Heaven's Road Evangelist R. L. Lambert announced
after the tour at the home of Mrs. 740-743 News Weather the "Healing Words" and
.Hardy were the and guests Mr. Lucious of Mr and Williams Mrs. D. Norton. Mrs. Eunice Hosley i* .,.:". ... .... .. .. ''AA',;,',,, ,, ... .., ',. S40S43 74.3840 Morning Hudson) Capers(Bob "Youth Association" will open its:

;Norwood. Mrs. Norwood is the club reporter.The BANQUET SCENE One of the highlights of the, Florida Masons 'and Heroines Grand Lodge 8439:00 News Moraine ft Weather Capers (Bob offices here Saturday, April 27.

sister of Mrs. Hardy and Mr. Wil- held In Jacksonville April 15 through Ifrlh was a colorful banquet honoring the Heroines and held at 940943 News Hudson ft) Weather Evangelist Lambert is the con
liams. friends of Mr.J. H. McGriff the,Elks auditorium. The scene above shows some of the Heroines and Masons from various sections of 943-1040 Jumpln' Show (Johnny ductor of affairs for the group;

are glad to see him out again I the state who were in attendance at the affair., 10:00-1043 News Shaw)ft Weather Miss V. L. Baker is secretary; and
ft'. after being ill for several weeks. 1043-1140.Gospel Train No. 1 (Yvonne Elder A. B. Waye is business
Mrs. Ethel Mae Mines Sr. and Daniels)
>her sister were called to Georgia they spent the Easter holidays. Mr. Henry Coleman, Mrs. Sunday at the.Venetian.Baseball 1143-1240 11:00-1143 News Gospel A.Train Weather N.. 1 (Yvonne manager.
Monday night to be at the bed- Mrs. Mary Pierce was a very Mable Lockhart, 'and Mr. and Park. V Dwell)

Iside of their mother who suffereda pleasant visitor in Palatka Satur- Mr. Eddie Rivers, one of i,Palatka's Mrs. Nathaniel Austin; were call The Leesburg'Community Male 1240-1245 Local Daniels News) (Yvonne PATRONIZE
stroke day. She spent Easter in Starke ed to Pelham, Ga. to attend the Chorus will make its initial appearance 1245-12:15 Job Mart (Yvonne Daniels) FLORIDA STARADVERTISERS
Sunday. prominent young men, arrived 12O51:00 Noontime Tunetime
with' her mother and other rela- in. Palatka funeral of their aunt. Their many after being idle for sev- Yvonne Daniels)
Sunday night
tives. She returned to Miami 140-143 News ft Weather
'> The San Mateo Home Demonstration from Texas where he is stationedin friends sympathize with them., eral years. 1:03- 240 Gospel Train No. 2 (Yvonne .
Monday where she has been living Daniels)
Appearing the will
,, Club held a community the armed services. program 24024News A Weather
clean-up" tour last week. The tour for the past year. Mrs. Pierceis .FI be the Goldnetts Gospel Singersand 2:03- 34 *' taking a nursing course. Leesbws .. Shaw) HAMWEY BROS.
was held to encourage people? to groups. The parade will 340343 News ft Weather
improve their home surroundings, The many friends of Mrs. Viola begin at Dabney Elementary! 3434:00 Saturday Session, (Johnny. SEWING MACHINES
,to recognize individual improvements Mrs. _Bessie Dudley and her Barber will regret to learn that The Negro Chamber of Com- School at 2:15 p. m. The program i 440443 News ft Weather WASHING MACHINES
,made and to promote the small daughter returned, Pa I she continues' ill at her home on merce will present its annual will begin at 3. The program is a .:03- 540 Saturday Shaw) Session (Johnny Safes and Service Since 1915

home beautification program in latka Monday from :Miami, where.:N. 10th Street Orange Blossom Musical Festival benefit affair. 5435:45 540543 News Saturday A Weather Session (Johnny> 20 BROAD ST. EL 4.1145TAKEYOUR

.the community and county. The .
tour was carried into the homesof

the following persons; Mrs.

J Hannah Reddick, Mrs. Loretha

Mills, Mrs. Rhina Taylor, Mrs. Al- :
:vetia Lawrence, Mrs. Aggie Wells, '
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Mrs.. Melvise Gilyard, Mrs. : < ; '
Elizabeth Grant, Mrs. Flossie :,
Weston, Mrs. Della Roberts, Mrs. -..-.' .; .

Jessie Jackson, Mrs. Elsie Wat-
son, Mrs. Rachel Floyd, Mrs. Fer-

line'Kennon, Mrs. Leola Horton,I
Mrs. Mildred Woods, Mrs. Essie :

Taylor, Mrs. 'Eunice Hosley, and

Mrs.The Sarah homemakers Hosley. serving as *

judges were: Mrs. Dorothy Norton

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I .s.1a LMMC Prtw By 14 Isj organized baseball i the experts
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give him a good chance of be- 1957 TOP MI: I

I Hit Stud hveifaBwri ',:Of' 8wnnWlih ; -4 'can coming-a he hit.Giant big league regular pitching Not,only but 3lloeRuialh I STRAND I

he can play shortstop with the Sunday Saturday
the advent. of Negro star lak ,.the'major! leases, a.w fe I --LAKE ..A.S"IfMBOlor best. of them. ,To The Pirales APRIL 28th MAY 4thtf'Iti
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hat been renewed In Negro bai&bafl and U proves Ai tlais aro THE ART
Hill being .developed among those player*:.who,rnnnin fat the !ice .OP FlST1"CNFFS. lanky pitcher who surprised the BROOKLYN Big Don New-
'- Ip one form or another, organ- -. ,. '?NE F/GCIRE/RAY AuLLr --ORsucs4. baseball world, during spring combe the Brooklyn Dodgers 27-

ized baseball has, been in .existence Negro :National 'League and the TAKE I7S'PlACE I4N7NTNEA training season with the Brooklyn game winner in 1956 threw four
'since 1887 and in the year of Negro American. League: .Of the L! 77 M'. .61 A 7 Dodgers. Valdes was one of the balls for three home runs in a

1957 th#Negro: American League entire list only the Negro Amo glean most effective pitchers in the league game against the Pittsburgh Pir-
is all set to go .with Memphis, ,League still survives. and the big guess is that he ates in the third inning of the
Birmingham, Kansas City and will be signed to Dodger contract game played in Brooklyn Sunday,
The Kansas .City Monarchs,
before the is too far old
,other teams that will make up season April 2L
owned by Tom Baird is the team
the league. The continuance of HARRY (Suitcase SIMPSONha Frank Thomas Paul Smith and
Negro :baseball proves that the that produced Banks.Jackie -Robinsonand aTf been playing first base for the Dick Groat hit successive home
Ernie Fans who have
owners are making money or else followed baseball y Kansas City Athletics since Vic runs in the third inning to send
there would.be point in attempting Negro: can remember Power has been laid up with a Big Don to the showers. The
to operate. : many stars who have head injury. Harry ,has been doing homer was the first for Groat in
worn the Monarchs' uniform.
Syd Pollock, a real baseball a bang-up job.MIDDLEWEIGHT. two years.
There were ,such stars as Bullet
in CHAMPION Carl Furillo hit a three-run
man every respect, reorganized
Joe Rogan, Jose. Mend, Dobie
GENE FULLMER said"recen1ly homer for the and
the New" York Blank Yankees to Dodgers saveda
Moore, Frank Duncan
Big George -
tour with the Indianapolis Clowns that Sugar Ray' Robinson will shutout for the Dodgers. The
Giles, Newt Allen. Newt Joseph
and the venture has paid oft In bar to be a much better fighter Pirates won 6S.Roblison.
Ted Strong, Willard Brown,
the on May 1 in their return match
watching teams
play one can
and Satchel
quickly observe that both_teams than he was Jan. 2 to regain the
These.are: the starsof yesteryear
middleweight title. Fullmer said UsiigFnlliaer's
loaded with
are potential stars.
who wore the label of big league
; Robinson Is not too much to fret
Over the there have been
years stars, but during those year Negroes =.
various,attempts to promote lea .had not been accepted into +ESe Style
baseball ao FIRST FLORIDA A & M baseball Rat-

+ gue Some attempts have among been,Negroes success Paige the major played leagues.in the Only big Satchel league. -.. ..o. J/,'ra's4y./ _.. r I the tlers SIAC continue'and to blaze it appears a trail thru nowthat Ii His Trailing r ..FRwr
ful and have been
some complete
He with Cleveland and he is
-.- they'll repeat, as champions. GREENWOOD LAKE, N. Y.-
failures There have been organizations still playing with the :Miami Marline .. .
such las the Negro International of the International League.' r. watching Sugar Ray Robinson
the Negro American As- ; : : go through several rounds of '
sociation, the National Negro The Indianapolis. Clowns,, own f,, Fla. A & H Cops boxing 'with Otis Woodward and ROCK HUDSON
t ed by Syd Pollock, of Tarrytown: Lee Williams Mickey Walker,
Baseball League, the Eastern Lea. i N. Y once won the $5,000 Denver :. -" ;';' .L..i.t.. v another former middleweight LAUREN BACALL
gue, the East-West League, the i 'f .. ,.-.' Another Tiltr
semiprobaseball tourna-
champion picks Robinson to whip
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ment on the pitching of Satchel Fullmer and regain the title. t

LEARN TO DRIVE Paige and Chet Brewer. It was ,.. 11' TALLAHASSEE-The FloridaA "I have to pick Sugar Ray to DOROTHY MUM
the Clowns, that 'produced Hank IN COMEBACK: ATTEMPT Sugar Ray Robinson, mlddle &. M Haulers won their 11th win. He has too much brains'and
,.x- -
Tfc. Qakktst Tin Intel Aaron, the Milwaukee Braves star PLUS TERRIFIC CO-HIT ,
straight baseball by de- experience to lose to Gene Full-
weight champion who lost his title io Gene Fullmer, will attempt to game "
outfielder and the National Lea "
regain it Wednesday night in the Chicago Stadium. Fight experts feating Morehouse College of Atlanta mer again, Walker said. Robinson
gue's batting champion in 1956 hare picked Fullmer toehold the title because/of age advantage but ,. Ga., 8-6 as pitcher James wound up, his training at '

DRIVING SCHOOL Satchel Paige and Willie Mays Robinson says he will be ready for anything Gene has"to oiler. Carmichael fanned 16 batters and Greenwood Lake' and moved PATRONIZEFloricJ.
are products of the BirminghamBlack came up'with his second victory. training quarters to Chicago to
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which was started back in 1916 by BY C. PABHAM JOHNSON Sandy Koufaxj:2-4, Drysdale will last, Saturday night and .. -
Watch This Clown Joe Rush. MIDDLEWEIGHT CHAMPION be ready for action at a moment's the Rattlers took the road the THE HARLEM CLUB
Out of the ranks of Negro baseball following week meeting Allen
27-40-11 the major leagues are lined paces down to 158 pounds. 'Mgr. LEROY SATCHEL PAIGE has South Carolina State and Benedict 2703 KINGS AVENUE PHONE FL 9-14S -
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Gene to 'stay around 162 pounds THE JOEY,GIARDELLO-RORY
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I' r.; Baseball .Among ,Negroes Continues To Produce: Many Stars I


.srNsiI Hipr LliiMi: PrmTht Mr.Wencferffti! By'EAu .... organized baseball the experts Mewcrata Tsses3HoeRunLlls
'_ give him a good chance. of becoming 1957 TOP HIT !

S0UJI Iiveriiawl Of Ownrs i- -Y77 can he hit a'Giant big league regular.pitching Not,only but I STRAND I
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: he can play shortstop with the Sunday Saturday

With the advent: of Negro stars into.the major league*,sew life -1 NtE .4 S 18OLOR' best. of them. ,To The Pirates APRIL 28th MAY 4th
TNi cx. 7MATgIN RENE VALDES the lean and
'has beta renewed ,in Negro baseball and ii prore that saxs ere THE ART ,
I still being developed: among: those players who.rat \A the gaae.j OP.F1S77C ,::s'. lanky pitcher who surprised the BROOKLYN Big Don New- I )
., .. -' ; ,7N FIGUJZ 'Or. baseball world during spring combe the
:j- Ip one form or another organized sue 'lUJ t. Brooklyn Dodgers 27- 1 '
(f ,baseball has been in exist- Negro National League and the TAKE nr PlACE[N'71V training season with the Brooklyn game winner in 1956 threw four
H\ .k ence since 1887 and in the year of Negro American League. Of the 1J' 7'HEAUr77M'1' + AT3 Dodgers. Valdes was one of the balls for three home runs In a
('r '4957 the Negro American League entire list only the Negro most effective pitchers in the lea- game against the Pittsburgh Pirates -
J. AmEl P- .. gue and the big guess is that he in the third
.', .:is all set to go with Memphis, can League still survives. ti inning of the
Birmingham} Kansas City and will be signed to Dodger contract I 'game played in Brooklyn Sunday,
',other teams that will make The Kansas..City Monarchs, before the season is too far old. I April 21.Frank.
owned by Tom Baird is the team
'the league. The continuance of HARRY (Suitcase SIMPSONha i Thomas, Paul Smith and
that produced Jackie Robinsonand been playing first base for the i
Negro baseball proves that the Dick Groat hit successive home
owners are making,money or else followed Ernie Fans who have 3 Kansas City Athletics since Vic II runs In the third inning to send
there would be point-in attempting Negro baseball can remember Power has been laid up with a, Big Don to the showers. The;
to operate.. : many stars who have head injury. Harry bas been doing homer was the first for Groat in ,

t Syd Pollock, a real baseball worn the Monarchs' uniform. t r a bang-up job.MIDDLEWEIGHT. two years.Carl Ii
I There were such stars as Bullet
man in every respect, reorganized CHAMPION Furillo hit a three-run
t Joe Rogan, Jose. Mendez Dobie
I the New York Blank Yankees to r GENE FULLMER said'recently homer for the Dodgers and saveda
Moore Frank Duncan, Big George Hft
tour with the Indianapolis Clowns that Sugar Ray Robinson will shutout for the Dodgers. The
Giles, Newt
Allen Newt Joseph
and the venture has paid off. In have to be a much better fighter Pirates won 63.Robinson.
Strong. Willard Brown,
on May 1 in their return match
watching teams play one can '
Andy Cooper Satchel Paige. r than he was Jan. 2 to,regain the
quickly observe that both_teams .
These Are the starsof yesteryear / middleweight tilla. Fullmer said Using *
loaded with stars. :
who wore the label of big league ;
Robinson is not too much to fret
Over the there have been ,
years stars, but those r'so _
during years, Negroes _
about. Fuilmer's
various attempts to iea. StyleIn k+
J promote .had not been accepted into
fy baseball FLORIDA A & M baseball Rattlers -
gue among Negroes. the major Satchel rNEYSAYr
I continue to blaze a trail thrp
i Some attempts have been,success- His
in the Training
Paige played big league.He
the SIAC, and it appears now :
ful and some have been complete was with Cleveland and he is 1 ..
', that they'll repeat as champions. GREENWOOD LAKE N. Y.- : ','
There have been organi .,.
still playing with the Miami Mar- :
zations such ,as ,the Negro International lins of the International League.' ;>t: 'i-'.,Jf -. ,- e After watching Sugar Ray Robinson -

r sociation,,the the Negro National American Negro As- The Indianapolis Clowns,.owned :;f :',> <:;4>: :: \ Fla. A & M Cops boxing go through with Otis several Woodward rounds and of ROCK HUDSONLAUREN

t bySyd Pollock, of Tarrytown !: Lee Williams, Mickey Walker,
Baseball League, the Eastern Lea- .
N. Y. once won the $5,000 Denver ; : t \.. another former middleweight BACALL
: .t. Another Title
gue, the East-West League, the .:
Post semi-pro baseball tourna- :. :;, ".- champion picks Robinson to whip. ROBERT STACK .
ment on the pitching of Satchel Fullmer and regain the title.

( LEARN( TO.DRIVE Paige and Chet Brewer. It was 4c. #II' 'i.. TALLAHASSEE, -The FloridaA "I have to pick Sugar Ray to DOROTHY MAIM
the Clowns that 'produced Hank M their win.
& He
IN COMEBACK ATTEMPT Sugar Ray Robinson, middleweight Haulers won 11th has too much brains and
ex- -
Tfee Quickest TIi. IcsttftWey Aaron,Milwaukee Braves star PIUS TERRIFIC CHIT
straight baseball by de- experience to lose to Gene Full-
champion who lost his title to Gene Fullmer, will attempt to game "
outfielder and the National League's :
regain it Wednesday night in the Chicago Stadium., Fight experts feating Morehouse College of At- mer again, Walker said. Robinson -
AJAXD'RIVING batting champion in 1956. have picked Fullmer to hold the title because of age advantage, but lanta,. Ga.. 8-6 as pitcher James wound up his training 'at '
SCHOOL Satchel Paige and are products the BirminghamBlack came up with his second victory training quarters to Chicago to
CALL EL 4-0639 Barons. The Black Baronsare against no losses. conclude his training. The fight is St.rAdvertisers

George Perpena owned by Sid Lyner (white) .Eugene Edwards led A & M's scheduled for Wednesday May 1.
of St.Louis.He is the third owner SPORTING IT UP 11-hit attack with two singles anda
1134 W. 5th Street in Negro organized baseball and double.

the first white owner of the team The game'was'played in Tallahassee The Beautiful OFC Room

which was started back in 1916 by BY C. PARHAM JOHNSON I Sandy Koufax,,,2-4, Drysdale will last. Saturday night and .. -

Watch This down Joe Rush.' 4 MIDDLEWEIGHT CHAMPION be ready for action at a moment's the Rattlers took the road the THE HARLEM CLUB
Out of the ranks of Negro baseball GENE FULLMER has cut his drill notice. following week, meeting Allen, PAOW0U MUSK ran DANCING AND USTIN/NS
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new men going into the major Fullmer was ahead of Satch says it hums and makes the
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ium., Jensen 'said:. "We'd like has in his,bag of,pitches.
Gene to stay around 162 pounds THE JOEY GIARDELLO-RORY
58-32-: -17 I until Just a few days before the CALHOUN fight 'was postponed THE LARGE :

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He adds subtract shouting long and loud about his the fight'was postponed' until the SIZE. .YET
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1 ing his starters,.Alston picks Big ANDRE RODGERS of the New
FOR MAY 4th Don Newcombe 27-7; Sal Maglie York.Giants was the rookie sen- .' .

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_; BY JAY.JAY .., -

......?? ."Who.dunlt"is on the lifts of every Jaxon of color this week &dt : ....
All are'thinking of the brutal murder or&. popular. school;leeeher. i Y.
which to this dale is sfifnnsoled. '* ; i Just r .
out from ,
; Rumors are flying thick and ; ; PHIL.CONew : '
fast,,,around town especially con only' 'thing the couple regrets '. -.., .
cernlng ;those who have "been about coming back to the land of ,
Fstioned." It is said that there Democracy is ,that they have to
is teany a shaky lad in this man's unteach the kids the true dem \ \
1I Wn. More than aJl the police ocratic principles they learned -
veil to see justice done. There isoheeTote Hawaii. They must learn that Way to Keep
: about the case and that here ,in the U.S.A. a man's;position -
IS,.e fact that this is the second in society is determined by
murIer case in recent, months his:color.
which has a whole heap of undercurrent The city of Jacksonville really
surrounding the motive set out to work the "good neigh
and r etcetera. bor" policy overtime last week Meats Fresher !
-jTjbfr are plenty "happen-- They staged a full round of social
Mg!" in town this week-end. Onffturday events for ONE serviceman when
afternoon the members the flotilla of Canadian worships
visited Jacksonville. Know why? ,au I Ii
9!the Let Fleurs Club will enierh -
He was a Negro. When the-colored -
<*. | 80-odd boys from the Parental
., Home at an outdoor picnic and native of Halifax, Nova Scotia ::'
showed up at the party sponsoredfor NREFR1GERA1INC
wjtner roast in the new ML Herman ,
Park on Sixth and Mt. Her the ships crew by the recrea-
man. This facility If one of our tion department, wheels began to : u
newest recreational areas and is turn. There's one thing for sure- _
complete, wttk., bar-b-cue.. pits. all the Canadians left with a sour
benches, lights and a community: taste in their mouths toward e s
house. Every year the group Jacksonville.We i
sponsors some sort of entertainment goofed last week.Mrs. Annette AIR DUCT IN' ;..S ", -'
for the boys of the home. Newman and not Annette REFRIGERATORCOLD :< --
Sunday afternoon from one to Jones is awaiting the longleggedbird.
five the Duval County Vocational Of course Mrs. ''Newman is =J ,
School will hold its second annual the former Annette Jones ,_. i ;. ,e
open house. The vocational schoolis Also looking 'for a bundle of joy __
located in the Old Stanton High are the J. J. Hammonds. 7--2; % _
School building. All the shops Members of' the Y-Jewels are t lT ttCKEIt
will have displays. There will working overtime practicing for
also.be many valuable d or prizes their approaching play. The presentation ii.-
given ,away. Among them are will be -an event of next ROW I_FRIi I

tailormade.skirt. or slacks, certificates month. MEAT LOCKER Y4 1f-
fpr'work in the, Beauty Newest chanteuse to Join the
Cultuie'an :Shoe Repair depart'mentawandp local set of, vocalists is Yvonne Keeps meit .
an insulated picnic Daniels.Observers say the daughter dayslongerwithout Attend The First Anniversary Celebration of
r 4Monday
bo :4 of "Mr. Black Ma iCBilly freezing I Down
''" night madness hits the Daniels Just about stopped Jhe The chilled air :r w.o.B.S. tfadio Star "Deacon Melvin Grace'7.Sponsored .
town in the form,of the Jabber- show in her television debuton 9owadu'ectlyfrom .
wock. As you know Jabberwockis the Ed Bell Show last Wednesday ,freezing coOs to rk r "--.-- by Jax Appliance Center at the
a term from Lewis Carroll's nighL Yvonne and Johnny Shaw the Meat Locker A PH nco 1475
immortal "Alice In Wonderland." are currently appearing at the through a duct at 0 National Guard Armory on Sunday, May 5th
Kennel. Club... Atlantic. Beach. the rear .'. pro .' VJf
This year Alice goes to Dreamland vides ideal 33* os at 8p.m.
::All of the skits will be built Johnny plays a mean guitar. By storage conditions :< Exclusive in
around that theme. For the tops the way we understand that recommended by s
in imaginative home-town enter- Billy Daniels is due in town soon. National LiveStock '
Marketer :
.., tainment, the Jabberwock can't ABOUT TOWN: Over Easter and Meat Super '
weekend folk tame backto Board. :}. I FREIr.
.l; be beat. many .. ,., "J .
The FAMU Collegians come in I the home gazing grounds for, a ':
.. town.on the 10th of May to,blast :fling. Robert Mungen came in You Make Your Own Terms \ ;
and jam for the local police at I from Knoxville College. From the ,. ,"
their annual ball. Joe Seldon and state ,of Georgia, that Florida Pay Weekly or Monthly.

the boys say the tickets are going Peach Viola Kitties dropped in lax Appliance Center Has Its $4.98 DOWN
like mad. for a few days Perry! Hughesand '
There are more sages and philosophers family came in 'from Mel L- Own Financing No Loan Companies.> .
on the "Blocks" than bourne. Roscoe Webb dean* of 'Vji 1 .! ., Pay Monthly -:- Twice Monthly
any other place. The latest Con- boys al Jones High came in from Pay Where You Buy. .::
fucius saying is "you 'don't hafta i Orlando Curtis Taylor's daughter >inew f.;;.' 'f: 'th1'::L Pay Weekly -:- Every Day
quit a woman just cut off her' Vivian, came in for Easiertide. t .:'t: :.t- the
or Every on !
cash. Truer words were never rock bottom price en : -
spoken. The''swank new Eldorado Club ::, ;.: With the FLORENCE RANGE You Get "
Bob Cleaveland spent a week- opens Friday nite Entrance to a& PHILCO Big Ten1i :: .Ji.<<' FREE GAS ((2 Bio Tanks) FREE INSTALLATION
end in town last week., Bob is the club is by membership only, A : FREE LINOLEUM KITCHEN RUG
now a successful medical techni- and is supposed to be:,veddy, Giant' family size model' 1072 .i !
clan in Atlanta. veddy private. --
Capt. Porcher L..Taylor is here Willie Foster and, Freddie .Down e Hi g04 n..Fraser. a CUKerDimrcrUMBraaSt. _t.,' i 1''if tl
,for a leave with his family. Por Brown, the Buick salesman are S D. W.Depth Storage Door a A&fJ UkW.sw .T -
cher is enroute for Fort Benning turning corners and operating together .MIlk Shelf hands tt goOon e I Y..W.ray, }

where he will, enter school. He nowadays. Theyare roamIng
and his wife have nothing but from one side of town to the Jax Appliance Center PkEL6-26O ,. -
praises to sing for Hawaii. The other.


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