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Florida star (Jacksonville, Fla.)
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Florida star news
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May 4, 1957
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"Florida's statewide black weekly."
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Publisher: Eric O. Simpson, Feb. 14, 1981- .
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: 7 No. 11: .... NEWS JACKSONVILLE FLORIDA SATURDAY MAY 4, 1957 15 Cen1ef8! .

I Building Firm Unveils ,Headquarters I

Bill Seeks '

$8,000,000For. Ii: -

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Sum Is Set Aside, Was Robbery Or Jealousy

For Negro Jr. Colleges The Motive For Teacher's y.'ry, :at

TALLAHASSEE The senate last Thursday received the Brutal Bedroom Slaying? .

i $8,000.000 junior college construction bill which will distribute funds i

for new buildings at four existing schools and six proposed new ones ".-
with a pittance included for Negro units. BY: STAFF CORRESPONDENT,
,The bill put in by Sen. B. C. '
Criminal investigators who hare been working for two weeks
Pearce of ,East Paatka doesn'tspecify
the amounts' of money Siep-Soi Cils trying,to solve the mystery stabbing of a Jacksonville- school teacher

which will go to the various institutions lave not.yet been able to crack the case.

,From all indications it is a matter -
but sets a complex
formula for allocation up of .the His SiepFaifcerA of time before Sheriffs deputies ... Rev. R. L. Wilson owner of the Wilson Building and Supply Company (with microphone in

,funds the next two years_ "wilLclose: mon the murderer.A e ..I1." hand) is seen presenting the personnel of his firm to the general public during the Open House and
list of being questioned : "Grand'Openlng-ftDfram-JbeM-reeeatly at-tl e new: headquarters The Community College Council suspects are '-
said that upon the basis of fight between, a stepfatherand and as the list narrows '"' In the group above u. from left to,rigbis Henry Coiloa,.a carpeZ lerr.Mlu Minnie M. Mitchell.
cutting "
this formula the four existing his stepson ended in a down the closer law enforcement MAN CUTS WOMANABOUT ( secretary: .e.WUsonJJamelL.: Jones' store manager; Willie Clayton bookkeeper and Otis Williams

junior colleges woud get $3,528- scrape last Saturday at the officers are getting to the killer. ROOM RENT truck driver (T. Crompton Photo)
residence, 115 May Street.
Mildred Taylor, 36, 729 Davis
465 and the six new white schools
One thing seems certain and
James Hampton, 58, 115 May
Street stated to police that her
would get $3,218,414.Authorization Street was engaged in a fight that is: when the case is cracked "
also is made for "boy friend, Harold Fergeson, Jimmie Burris Confirm
with his step son, James Hay- there will come some startling Presbyterians
establishing separate junior college 38, got angry with her last Sunday -
ward, 18, and Hampton was cut revelations about the private life because she not 1
facilities for Negroes in ; would give Fined $10,000For ( J
the neck. He sent to Duval of the victim as well as several
on was
him money'i room rent, and
each of the places where white pay
schools are set up. The separate Medical fighting.Center and later arrestedfor other community.respectable people hi the he cut her. Tax Evasion $10,000 Gift To NAACP

facilities for would
Negroes come She said he went off and came .
Annie Hampton, James Hampton's Thaddeus Kennerly,
in for a palty $1,388,610. back home and started fightingher.
school teacher and
wife was also involved'and 39-year-old
The bill provides that in all stabbed to death with .During the fight she was cut James Riley Burris, well- COLUMBIA S. C. The mod-
was arrested for her part in the singer was BETHUNE-COOKMAN
cases: the State Board of Education a- kitchen knife in his home at on the right side _of her head known sportsman better known erator of the Presbyterian Church,
according 'to the police
must approve of a new college above the ear.Patrolmen "Jimmie"" Burris alst Fridaywas U. S. A., this week confirmed a
5205 Polan Drive after
before it can operate and W. H. Harris and E. fined $10,000 in federal court Ku Klux Klan statement that the
midnight Thursday, April
receive funds. Hickson for[ evading more than $33,000 in church gave $10,000 to the National -;
The killer fled and Kennerly investigated.MAN OVER RADIO NETWORKNEW
On the basis of the formula,
income taxes over a three-year Assn. for the Advancementof
the junior colleges would get the White ,Students Balk apparently staggered from his period. Colored ePople to pay. off a
following amounts: bedroom, half clad, next door to
IS STABBED The 50-year-old Burris, who YORK On May 19, the damage suit.
Existingschools: Pensacola, Integrated'District get aid. Failing to awaken his
Durkee Dr. also
lives at 2029 ,
WHILE CHANGING TIRE choir of Bethune-Cookman College -
The South Carolina Klan said
$1,442,415 Marianna, $284,760 neighbor he crawled across the
; ; drew sentence from
Palm Beach, $791,835 and St. Spelling Bee FinalsST. ,street and awakened Mr. and Mrs. James Butler, 42, 1051 Davis Judge a George two-year W. Whitehurst but will present a special 'pro- yesterday that the church (the

Petersburg $1,009,455. ,_ Walter Green at 2620 Bunche Dr. St. stated to police that he was it was suspended.The gram over the ABC Radio Net. Northern branch) gave the moneyto
schools Vo- changing a tire on a car when work marking the second annual the NAACP to use in an out-
Proposed new : PETERSBURG (Special) Kennerly died in Duval Medical government based its case
lusia-Flagler Counties at Day- Six contestants walked out of the Center more than two hours after Luther Walker,..64, came'up and on a claim that Burris failed to observance of "Mary McLeod" of-court settlement of a suit

tona Beach, $753,313Marion; district spelling'contest Thursday being, admitted, without naminghis stabbed him.in'the back. report income derived from the Bethune Commemoration Week. brought' by Atty. Shepherd .K.

Levy-Citrus Counties at, Ocala, when hey'found two Negro competitors attacker.He The statement'further says that numbers racket, operation of a The program is part of the regular Nash, Sumter, S. C.

$506,160; Bay-Gulf at Panama among the 14 contestants. brushed away all questions Butler grabbed Walker and took nine-hole golf course and real estate weekly series featuring the The moderator, Dr. Eugene

City, $517,993; SarasotaManatee First to go were three young- concerning the identity of his the knife away from him. Butler investments. choirs of the member colleges of I Carson Blake, said in Chicago:

at Sarasota, $806,593; Putnam sers from Hernando County, who killer. was carried to Duval Medical ina Burris was charged in one count the United Negro College Fund. "I gave them $10,000 from

-CtaySt. Johns at Palatka, said they departed when the What is the true story behind private car where he was treat- with filing a 1947 return sayinghis The special BethuneCookmanChoir church funds on the authority of

$332,445, and MadisonHamiltonLafayetteSuwanneeTaylor Negroes prepared to slat the this brutal stabbing was the ed by Dr. Cole. Witnessing the net income was $9,819.59 and broadcast, honoring the late the assembly." .

at dining table prepared for the motive ,robbery or was it attack was Horace Taylor and tax due was $2,126.73, when the Mrs. Bethune and her great con authorizedby

Madison $301,920.Amounts contest. The Pasco entrants tooka jealousy? Richard Oliver of 914 Caroline St. correct figures were $19,298.49and tributions to America, is presented The Robert Klan statement E.
Hodges, kligrapp
which, cities could and followed suit. .
poll respectively.The
Were the fatal wounds inflicted Sgts. J. M. Parker and G. H. $6,040.29 in cooperation with the National ( ) of the Columbia
qualify for to build separate facilities The two Negro students were other two counts coveredBurris' secretary
by a prowler Kennerly did not Council of Negro Women.
Hurlbert and Patrolmen J. Seldon klavern, asserted:
: -
from High, Tampa. returns for 1948 and 1949, '
know it of his Bethune the founder of *
or was one was
Pensacola, $202,575; Palm Paul Willis, 13, a white eighth and M. Newsom investigated.JACKSONVILLE filed jointly with his wife, who "Few Americans and fewerPresbyterians
male or female friends? both Bethune-Cookman College
Beach $208,125; St. Petersburg, grade student from St Petersburg many was not a defendant. ever thought they
$249,750 Marianna, $97,680 Day i These are the questions that and the National Council of Ne- would the when the Presbyterian -
; ; spelled down the remainingseven Burris admitted filing a 1948 see day
tona Beach, $140,415; Ocala, ,other contestants 'to win loom in the minds of many as in- BRANCHOF return listing $14,248.98 net income gro Women. Church would sink so

$135,975; Panama City, $68,820; the title. vestigators spin their web to trap and $2,630.54-tax, comparedto The United Negro College Fund low in the mire of social gospel

Palatka, $120,435Sa r a>>ota, The bee is sponsored by the the killer. NAACP CONTINUES actual $54,798.63 income and choral programs originate from politics as to raise funds for the

$68,265, and Madison $95,570. St Petersburg Times for any $19,73162 tax. I New York, Sundays, 10:35 to_ 11 race-mixing activities of the.

An additional $120,000 wouldbe public or parochial school in MEMBERSHIP DRIVEG. He also admitted stating $17-I a. m. over WABC and are heardat Communist-dominated National

set' up to organize the six Hernando, aPsco, Pinellas, Hills- Soalhside Woman 294.54 net income and $3,437.88tax varying times over the nation- Assn. for the Advancement_ of

new junior colleges. borough, Sumter Citrus and B. Washington, president of on his 1949 return, comparedto wide ABC Radio Network. Colored People."
Already in the legislature ,is Manatee Counties. Sumter and an;actual $45,844.22 income and .
Beaten By Jaxoi the. Jacksonville Branch of the Other ,college choirs to be featured
the bill appropriating more than Citrus did not enter this year. $15,043.28 tax. the ABC-UNCF series
NAACP and chairman of the on
$4.000,000 for operation of the Those taking the walkout were Burris, who was also placed on of Potash
membership campaign committee during the month May are as Woman Throws
junior colleges during the next Martha Wilson and Barbara for three leased ,
It was reported to police that a announced that the Spring Mem- probation : years follows: May 5, the choir of Mor- -
two years.WIIIIII Franzen, from Saunders Memo- and operated the Lincoln Golf and
woman was kicked and cut by a which ris Brown College Atlanta, Ga.,
rial, Land O'Lakes; Laney Over- bership Campaign began Country Club from 1948 to 1953. On Her "Boyfriend"Albert
man last Saturday while she was April 8 is still in progress. under the direction of G. Johnson
street Pasco Junior High Dade
1 Hils Rival City ,and Diana Hamilton Wayne talking to a girl friend in,front of Latest'information received re- Hubert; May 12, the Chorale Society
; a Kings Avenue bar. CAR WRECKS BRING of Shaw University,Raleigh.
Kilgore and Alton Lee all .from vealed that the drive will close on Cromartie, 32,605 Davis
With Baseball Bat Brooksville Junior High.' Willie Mae Williams, 21, 1926 Thursday, May 23, in the Central DEATHS INJURIES I N. C.. directed by Harry Gfl-Smy- Street told police that he was*
Kings Avenue, stated to police and 26 the choir of Fisk
Life Insurance Building. 316 W. ;
:All six said they had not realized coming out of a store on the
that she was standing in front of University, Nashville, Ten,
the contest would be inte- State StreetCampaign southeast corner of Madison and
It was reported to police that grated, although the sponsor saidIt the Harlem" Bar talking to & headquarters are located Three' persons were killed and under the direction of Harry von Union Streets Wednesday, May 1,

Rosa Lee Reese. 40 of 815 Ionia always has been. friend w h e n Thomas Thopus at 600 W.Beaver Street and two hospitalized Wednesday whena Bergen. and his "girl friend" Pearl Collinsof

Street was attacked by a woman Demps, 25, 1841 Aretha Road !Mr.Washington has made a"statement :Negro"driver lost control of his 918 W.Ashley Street was wait-

after she accused Miss Reese of grabbed her by the,shoulder. She r urging all dtizens ,to sup- car and crashed head-on into an- ing for him and dashed potash on

taking her husband: the head with a baseball bat said she, told him to stop_and he port the effort by either joiningthe other. 1m.
White Firms TreatNegroes
Rosa Lee Reese told police that Miss Reese was taken to Duval killed her when she turned around NAACP or' renewing their! : The dead were identified by the
where she and'the her Florida Highway Patrol as: Mr*. Cromartie said he did not know
she was on her way home las Medical Center was man cut on the right With
membership. .
Saturday when she was accv! >d treated by Dr. Harrell -and re- wrist it was reported.The Julia Livermore Franz, white of: Contempt what*,itjj was all about because

by another woman whose name leased. Police records indicate victim was,taken to Duval Baltimore, Md.; James Edward Read "Politics As Usual"On there had not been an argument,-

was given as Mrs. Monroe, of takeing Miss Reese had been 'drinking.Sgts Medical Center by a witness ina Join The Brown 26,Jacksonville' ;and Sam- 2 between s .them.Patrolmen .

her husband away' from her' W. C. Barber and F..A. private car She was treated by PRAYER PILGRIMAGE uel Lee Brown,' Callahan, both Page J. Seldon and M..

She said Mrs. Monroe hit her on Gruber investigated. Dr. Harrell and released. To Washington May 17. Negroes. By Eric O. Simpson Newsom investigated. ;r.'



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P. O. Box 561 MAddreu, Jacksonville_ .. : 1, Florida. tit : r y BUT TREAT PATRONS WITH CONTEMPTTwo j
423 Bread Street Jachsoavllle, Florida Phone Elgin 4-3773_
Eric O. Simpson _._...:..___;........-.,._..............r......." Editor weeks ago we ran a list of our regular advertisers in the
Lealtt GalayaJ4 ,_.._._........ ._.... .. .:...____ Managing Editor editorial columns of this newspaper and urged our readers to patronise -
C.'arhcmaJo..so.( .__._.._....?..---_ _- News Staff those firms because as,we it, feel that those ...
.: ;Altomoe:,Richardson ......_...-.....>....._.._..-........- escalation Qt.F put we firms were
manifesting a spirit'of cooperation with the Negro people by adrer- '
; Member of Associated Negro Press ., + hf ..... .. tiling their products in the Negro press. "
t" ,- SUBSCRIPTION RATES The operationof f
One Year, $5.00; Half Year, $3.00; Three Months, $1.80 -' one estab- eager for Negro business but z
Mailed To You, Anywhere In the United' States. f '. : ;. lishment, who, their
Sahscriptfoas Payable In Advancer Send Checks or Money Orders To: ,, owners still cling to the old
FLORIDA STAR P. 0. BOX 561 JACKSONVILLE 1, FLORIDA ..>c. .,1 incident a 11 y, belief that Negroes should be kept '
advertises i n "
in "their place. These are the

\ ;: Florida Leadership Conference Called -,<
rarely, took exception -
i '.." To Plan rigid To Protect Rights V y editorial to action our l rights.that's they"always put it:fighting"That's for the Negro paper ,J

J s/r i
, {
in listing those A number of firms dependenton
: (Editor's Note: The following statement is issued I firms we felt I Negro patronage to net them a

: .' as the "CALL" for a statewide Leadership Conference were coopera-I yearly profit regard Negroes only

to be held in Tampa, Florida, May. 10. It was .ting with contempt: They see all their
); issued by the'president of the Florida State Conference Our friend Simpson Negro patrons as an ignorant
,I 'of Branches, 'NAACP\'the'Rev. A. Joseph Red. i interpreted our action as saying bunch, ready to spend their
t, dlcJrof Miami. ,:Ylorida. that all firms that did not adver- I money when "Mr. Charlie" opens
STATEMENT* BY DR. REDDICK tise in the FLORIDA STAR are I his doors for business and of L
il t Presently in Tallahassee, legislators'are meeting for the ;:: no good. Such an idea is utterly course every male customer ?*

purpose of passing bills designed to serve as laws for the State ; incorrect. All we are saying is I under 80 years becomes "boy"
; of Florida. Some of.the'bills are aimed at curbing the right of :'Ji,1'.tJ... 1t that those firms who advertise in I and every female patron is called i
I Florida's 600,000 or more Negro citizens to petition their state r the FLORIDA STAR want the :by her first name.
and municipal governments to provide the same protection of Negro people's business and are If standing up for Negro rights }1

rights guaranteed,by the Constitution of the United States to ready to extend us those privi- .is the unforgivable sin, then let '
all of its citizens regardless of color. 4aJiJ leges which the STAR has stood :us be cursed to eternal hell.

The legislators have even gone so far as to superimposethe up for, such as courteous service, To be sure, we are calling on .
state above the Federal Government. and to declare that I equal facilities and the respect !the people of Jacksonvillethechurch
decisions of our Highest Court on "labor, education and race due patrons. ,
are null and void' in the State of Florida. I "Their Stalling On Civil Rights, Makes Her Ashamed"Your I Our attitude is: Ye shall know the trade groups unions, the, the garden greek circles letter,

We of the Florida State'Conference of Branches, National them by their deeds. and fraternal organizations-to
Association for the Advancement of Colored People,' view 1 events develop without any inter We feel that we are doing our patronize our regular advertisers.How .
with alarm this disregard: for the United States Constitutionand ference or urgings from you. The readers a service when we list will this help Negro 4
the way in' which certain 'members ,of this state's lawmaking Weekly 5th bring evidence of economic I the names of the firms who ad. ress? I'll tell you. prog-,

body refuse to live up to their sworn obligations to benefits through associations as .vertise with us despite our stand In order to achieve progress the
uphold first, the Constitution of the United States and second, Horoscope GuideWHICH well as from your own efforts. !for progress equal justice equal Negro people must have two
the Constitution of the State of Florida. I There are additional signs of I employment opportunities for Negroes things: economic stability and po- 1,
We consider the present attempts to "disarm" law'abiding profitable enterprises when you in private enterprise and litical recognition but in order
citizens, who only seek to have the rulings of the Supreme ARE. YOUR LUCKY DAYS FOR are alert in your professional en- civil service and equal opportunities to secure these two we must havea !

Court implimented in this state, of their constitutional rightsas ,l BUSINESS'' LOVE TRAyEL vironment and discreet in the for education.I Negro newspaper to campaignfor
a clear,danger which will lessen the effectiveness our I handling of assignments. In fact, know of some firms that are job for
training .
our youth
the of By PABLO, The ASTROLOGERARIES it even have some hidden
democratic processes and give to bigots means tramI may we need the Negro press to speak
( pling! on the rights of human beings regardless of what their blessings. AQUARIUSBorn up for the employment of colored

color may be. Such a danger is ever present even to those hopeful about obtaining your per- 920771975927. Jan. 20 thru Feb. 18 sales people, office workers and I

who are striving to create for the Negro' an inferior positionas Born March 21 thru April 19 sonal arid heart's desires. The 5th You should get considerable in- skilled tradesmen .. and we

a'citizen'of the State. As long as you do not force the .confirms that "you, have about SCORPIO. spiration from the enthusiasm of need the Negro press to call the
I, therefore, am asking leaders from churches, fraternal pace, progress in most of the departments reached the stage of stirring Born Oct. 24.thru_ Nov. 24 those closest to your heart. Ener- attention of city and county officials -
groups, educational organizations and other groups interested in your life will be about and getting things done. While you are busy establishingthe getic effort, saving ways and to our needs.
in preserving Democracy in the State of Florida and"in sup- steady and constant. But withhold The ideas that may seem inflated basis for economic security, housing or real estate enterpriseshold There are only two things the
porting our United States Constitution, to join in a meeting to action. when you encounter under ordinary circumstanceshave do not overlook the opportunities the seeds for success, increased white man cares about where Ne-
be called, the "Florida Leadership Conference." This meetingwill I difficulties in carrying them out. much to commend them at to acquire the greatest gift of prestige and monetary groes are concerned. They are:
be held in Tampa, Florida, Friday, May 10, 1957, at one The 5th furnishes an inspiringrole present. Keep your plans flexibleto them all-the power of the mind. well-being. It is very importantnot ((1) the Negro's contribution to his
o'clock at the,Beulah Baptist Church. I I in connection with the family meet the trends. The 5th encourages you to recog to arouse any lasting antagon- economic life, and ((2) the Negro's

housing, dividends and joint 7-50-22-49-21-529. nize and obtain the more impor- isms. contribution to his political life.

Florida Men In Armed Service security. tant spiritual val u e s. Make 1-4 8-37-87-643. Therefore U enough of us
-- ; '0-55-79-52-575.. would withhold _
LEO friends if the occasion is presented our trade from ,
Airman Weldon B. Koon is the son oi' Mr. Born July 23'thru. Aug. 23 on the 6th. It could eventuallylead PISCES those uncooperative establishments -
,S : and Mrs. Walter W. Koon of 1604 Louisiana Si. TAURUS Although you may be under the to a more interesting asso- Born Feb. 19 thru March 20 the Negro people of Jack- "
I' He has been assigned .to the Student'.CookingSchool Born April 20th thru May 20th impression that all your present ciation, particularly for the eligible i- It is in your favor when you sonville will be serving notice

: at Amarillo Air Force Base. where he will Whether you are spendingmore strivings seem in vain, this is not Scorpios. can change your opinions about that we support the FLORIDA
3 specialized training in one of .the Air than you are making or vice the case. The 1st offers a measureof 510111216562. people and world events as thisis STAR'S stand for equal opportunities f
r.<*: 't{ Force's foremost technical courses. versa will greatly depend on fulfillment which may have a sign of open-mindedness and equal justice better liv-

a1 Formerly a student at New Stanton Senior whether'you allow impatience to eluded you till now. The 5th car- SAGITTARIUS self-development. Your feelingsas ing conditions and respectful

., High School, Airman Soon received basic train overrule your usually cautious ries'more or less the same mes- Born Nov. 23 thru Dec. 21 I well as your principles lead treatment in stores. We mu&t sup-
s, ing at Lackland .Air Force Base Texas before nature. Your heart's desire is sage with the added comment you into a. course which, bodes port the Negro press so that it
.y .' reporting for his present assignment. more likely to be won on the 6th that good deeds seldom remain Hitch your wagon to a star and well for the days ahead. Further can help us in our fight for ad. '
\"- when Venus is trine Jupiter if unrewarded. A progressive approach see how far it will take you. The good fortune in the way of im-
5th makes it for to vancement.TRADE
you allow nature to take its works best. you proved surroundings and vital relations WITHFLORIDA
course. The urge to hasten mat- 4-50-66-519-65-450. receive and give better service comes at this time. STARADVERTISERS
Wesley James Perry 17 is the son of John ters would create your greatest and to clarify health questions. 270996998276.

W. Perry. 1156 W. Duval Street. He is completing obstacles. VIRGO Power is acquired by accumulating -
inner as well as material resources -
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through conservation IF YOU SUFFER WITH
Even if conditions''are not ripe
Lackland Air Force Base the "Gateway to the
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Air Force." His _Lackland training, is preparinghim success is provided by the 6th SLEEP OR RUN DOWN
in whatever is
Born May 21 thru June 21 physical sense go-
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around in the ...
This is an excellent week for ing on you you are YOU SHOULD TRY
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made the effort
spiritual. The desire for self- observe, advise ,and judge. You.your' ,
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1907_ Kings Road at Spires thinking that will lead to happy revenues through the purchase or your security goals when you 509 BROAD STREET
r results.' Be willing to share with sale of odd properties. respond to the stimulating influ-

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May 4, 1957 THE OCAffiA STAR # Peja nn.

S Qct/4 Lafayeffte Lcxttcs: Civic Clwb I Iris Ctardbn Circle Sponsors Affair I

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The Daytona Beach Omegas -

staged their annual "Artists and kT

Models Ball" last Friday eveningin :'

the Campbell Street Recreation : .

HalL 9

dance .T,., :y .. ...' .. E a Y
subscription got
\iw.: o WppKNa 9rec. tY':.,,Ci%o'...r-v .' .. ...,-: :
underway at 10:00 p. m., with"Ques" .wFi..wee r, ,
adorned in artists attire d b

even to the cute, colorful berets. r+' f'r1 ; 4

Mrs. Aver Geneva Maihis was iih 1dy

hostess to several Jaxons attend-
ing the gala party, including her
t.r t.x t.
sister, Mrs. Arlene Felton, Miss, W

Cynthia Clark. Ensign and Mrs. ; ; \
Raymond Lambert Ensign Henry

Hanna of Nashville Tennessee a \

member of the Omega Psi Phi

Fraternity and Mrs. Louise Guin- tL; t,

yard.Music *c
ranging from lively, A % \ *'

calypso tunes to soft, soothing i, 0
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waltzes was played by the Florida

State School Band from St. Au-

gustine.Mr. .

and Mrs. Lucious Davis ,
9LJaIJ'4 \t\ $. .::: >; >: "F t rw
(she is the charming, personality-
endowed, Totsy" of which Day- FASHION SHOW PARTICIPANTS Models for the Iris Garden Circle's fashion show-tea heldat

tonians speak so fondly) were the Branch YWCA recently are seen here.
gadding about. Lucious was the OFFICERS INSTALLED Members of the Lafayette Ladies Civic Club are seen in the lovely Seated.. left to right: Mrs. Louise B. Mazeke Evelyn Myers and Miss Meta Loti.

typical roving photographer.Also home of Mr. and Mrs. Chester A. Ford as they attended installation services for new officers and ap- Standing left to right: Mrs. Katye Strickler. Mrs. Tiny Mae Thomas. Miss Victoria Kemp. J. W.

pointed committee chairmen. Brown. Mrs. W. T. Smiley Mrs. Ernestine Frailer Poole and Mrs. Leila White.
on the scene were Dr. WilLiam Front row. seated: Left to right. Mrs. Mary Wynn. treasurer: Mrs. Ira Wilson secretary: Mrs.

B. Wheeler and Alvin A. Clementine Hunter vice president: and Mrs. Clara Durham, parliamentarian.Second .

Reed both members of the Beth- .row: Mrs. Catherine Johnson slaking fund treasurer; Mrs. Annie Burn publicity chairman Spring Concert Set Mrs. Myrtice M. Terry Installs

une-Cookman faculty. ; Mrs. Ollie M. Baylock chaplain: Mrs. Evelyn Peck. assistant secretary: Mrs. Margaret Johnson

Mrs. Mathis entertained with a sunshine committee chairman: Mrs. Viola Reeves, business manager: and Mrs. Eloise'Wallace, budget
At Isaiah Blocker Officers For Civic ClubMrs.
breakfast party immediately following committee chairman. >e- Lafayette

t the dance. Albert Bethune. Miss Malvie Ford president I is standing on the extreme left and Miss Greta Wilson, financial _

Mr. and Mrs. Warren Hall and secretary is on the extreme right. The Isaiah Blocker Junior High

Robert Howell were among per- Mrs. Myrtice M. Terry an instructor at Richard L. Brown Elementary School_ installed the officers School Band, Chorus and Orchestra Myrtice M. Terry, teacher at Richard L. Brown Elementary

sons attending. with many guests witnessing the ceremony. will appear in a Spring Con- School, installed officers Sunday for the Lafayette Ladies and Civic
Club in the home of Mr. and Mrs. Chester A. Ford.
cert Tuesday evening, May 7, at
Officers installed are as follows -
Two guests were present when 8:00: p. m. in the school auditor-
the Kevinetles Bridge Club met FlaJax Club Sponsors Motorcade To Shirk : Miss Malvie Ford, presi- Pinkney, "Mrs. Julia Davis, Mrs.
ium.The dent Mrs. Clementine Hunter,
Saturday evening in the lovely chorus recently won excel- ; T. Singleton, Mrs. Ella Watson,
vice president; Mrs. Ira Wilson, Mrs. Madge Bellamy, Mrs. Dru-
home of Mr. and Mrs. DeVemon Three Renowned Florida AttractionsThe lent ratings at the Annual District -
Nicks 1360 W. 12th St. .Deliveries Choral Festival, and super- secretary; Mrs. Evelyn Peck, as- cilIa Preston, Mrs. Mary Draggers -
sistant Miss Greta Wil-
; Mr. Jack Wynn, Mr. Frank
The menu consisted of delect- ior ratings at the State Choral
son, financial secretary; Mrs. Warren Miss Gale Anderson
able finger steaks, served with FlaJax Club, Inc. sponsored a' 15-car motorcade trip recentlyto Born To: Festival in Tampa. For two con-
Mrs. Viola
Mary Wynn, treasurer; Miss Beverlyn Casen, Miss Enon
french fries, hot rolls, peach three of Florida's most renowned attractions: ((1) The Bok Singing secutive years, the band has won
Reeves, business manager; Mrs. Hayes Miss Barbara Ann
salad, peas and chocolate marshmallow Tower and Bird Sanctuary, located in Central Florida n'ear Lake James and Mollie Blackman Superior ratings at the District
Clara Durham, parliamentarian; and Mrs. Alberta J. Williams. .
cakes.Mesdames Wales; (2) Spook Hill, a geophysical area that contains a gravity 934 W. 23rd St, boy, Jan. 22. I and State Band Festival. Mrs. Ann Burnett public relations -

Emma Lee George warp where wheeled vehicles and other rounded objects will roll Herschel and Marie Thompson,; The Tuesday evening concert director; Mrs. Margaret

Sarah S. Lovette and Essie Me- uphill by themselves" ; and ((3) The Passion Play, featuring Josef Mier 2041 Thomas St., girl, Feb. 19. will feature the 75-voice choir in Johnson, sunshine committee; Theta Phi Delegates

Cray won top honors among club as "The Christus. Isaac Brinson, 1206 Ware St., "Seek Ye the Lord," "Adora- Mrs. Catherine Johnson, sinking

members. The motorcade left Darnell- girl, Feb. 23. muste," "Love Is Where You Find fund treasurer; Mrs. Eloise Wal- Attend'District Meet

Mrs. Nan Fletcher was the winner Cookman School for Palatka and '' Burns and Helena Thompson, It" and other well chosen num- lace, budget committee; Mrs.

of the guest prize. stopped at the lovely home of Dr. Wedding Bells General DeL, boy, Feb. 23. bers. Mary Alice and Addie Thelma Evirn, fund raising com-

5S. J. A. Long. Coffee was served and Fred and June Ellia, 774 Er- Blount will be the featured solo- mittee and Mrs. Ollie M. Baylock, Lambda Phi and Upsilon Sigma

three more cars added to the pro- Applications for:MarriageLicenses mona St., boy, Feb. 25. chaplain. chapters of Omega Psi Phi Fraternity

The Y-Jewels are preparing for cession. The group then traveledto Clarence and Thelma Floyd, ists.The concert band will play The following guests witnessedthe Inc., were hosts to the

their big production May 20, Orlando, where dinner was Cleveland Thos. Williams, 2434E. 3214 HarrisontSU boy.-F b. 25. "Prince and Pauper Overture," ceremonies: Mrs. Essie M. twentieth annual district meetingof
"Cousin Jill From Junction Hill.
will served, 'and then to Lake Wales. j Lincoln Ct., age 26 and Mary Ezekiel'and Mary Brown, 721 "Someone To Watch Over Me," I Hammond, Mrs. Daisey Baker, the fraternity at Fort Valley
Mrs. Margaret Clayton Day
play the leading role. Charles Lee After visiting the sanctuary and Louise Allen, 1329 Johnson St., W. Adams St, boy, Feb. 25. "The Connecticut March," "Song Mrs. Mattie Hayes, Miss Edith State College, Fort Valley, Ga.

is director listening to the carillon, the group age 27.Lewis. Hazer and Margaret Kinsey, For Trombone," "Agnus Del from I Boyd, Mrs. Estella Frazier, Mrs. Theta Phi Chapter was well

play.S. departed for the Passion Play C. Studemire 1150 Ever- 915 Madison St., boy, Feb. 25. L'Arlesienna Suite" by Bizet and .Eugenia BazzelL, Mrs. Georgia M. represented, with delegates WillieJ.
amphitheatre. A box lunch with John and Alberta Asbey, 712 "The Carnival of Roses Over- Henry, Mrs. Mardell Mincey, Mrs. Robinson, Percy L. Parsons,
Ave. 25 and Rutha Mae
Mrs. Zelma Johnson invited cold drinks were provided for the green age Court N, girl, Feb. 25. ture." Wilson Aikens, Walter .Fannie Pandley, Mrs. Dotherine Rodell F. Roberts, Rudolph L.
Tatum 834 W. Monroe St 23.
Mrs. Archie Frazier as special 62 guests seated on the grassy age Nathaniel and Ruth Williams, Meares, Milton Jones and Willie Brown, Mrs. Emma Levey, Mrs. Daniels and James Lloyd.
Harris 805 W. Duval St.
Phillip ,
guest when she entertained the area around the parking area. 1422 21st St.,. girl, Feb. 27. Faust will be the featured soloists. Maggie Hamilton, Mrs. Alice Joseph T. Brooks, first Vice
20 and Shirley Evonne Perry,
Tuesday Morning Bridge Club re- The group then attended the two- age Grady and Betty Orso, 1512 W. The band is under the directionof Slater Mrs. Verla B. Williams, Grand Basileus of the fraternity
88 May St. age 18.
cently. hour long, stirring drama about Herman- -Erkins- 62ff W. DuvalSt. 19th St., girl, March 24. Miss Norma Ruth Solomon, a Mrs. Annie P. Robinson, Miss represented the Supreme Councilat

.5. the events leading up to the crucifixion James. E. Phillips, 2121 Mars graduate of Florida A and M Uni- Bennie M. Watkins, Mrs. Willie the district meeting. The sev-
., 24 and Mary Ann Brown,
The Jacksonville Alumni Chap. of Christ., 622 Myrtle Ave., age 19. St, boy, March 24. versity. Miss Solomon has also Mae Smith and Mrs.Dora Brown. enth district is composed of Flor-

ter of Kappa Alpha Psi Fraternity Those who attended were: Mrs. Johnnie Christopher Smith, 1503 John E. Jones, 2145 McQuade, studied at Juilliard School of Mrs. Rossie J. Carter, Mrs. Lillie ida, Georgia, Alabama and Mis-

held its first meeting for the Irene Smith, Chester Satterwhite, W. 23rd St, age 27 and Mildred boy, March 2. Music in New York City and is M. Anderson, Mrs. Christine' sissippiHARPER'S

month of May last Wednesday Mr. and Mrs. T. L. Redding; Mr. Rose, 728 Cleveland St., age 18. Walter L. Lee, 1649 Myrtle doing graduate work at Columbia .

evening in the home of Raymond and Mrs. J. A. Batts, Mr. and Mrs. Joe L. Lewis, 1925 W. Decott Ave., boy, March 23. University. She is a former member -

Miller. 2039 Durkee Drive. Fred Brooks, Mr. and Mrs. Doc St., 21 and Reatha Mae Norman B. and Mayola Taylor, of the Stanton High School I
age 2414 San Diego Rd., girl, March 21 Band and the Florida A and M I
Taylor, Dr. and Mrs. J. A. Long, Greene, 1125 W. State St., age 17.
Melvin M. and Doris Anderson, University Band. She holds mem-
Dr. and Mrs. James Henderson, SaysOn
Rudolph Daniels. Basileus of Wm. Jenkins, Jr., 2107 W. 45th
and 3757 St Augustine Rd., girl, Mar. bership in the Band Directors As-
and mother Mr.
Phi Psi Williams
Theta Chapter of Omega St, age 23 and Louise ,
sociation, Music Educators Association
Phi Fraternity, was elected campaign Mrs Claude Hilliard; Dr. and 1087 W. 12th St.,age 18. 28.Buddy
and Alberta Walker, Alpha Kappa Alpha Sorority -
manager for the State of Mrs. J. C. Downing, Mr. and Mrs. Booker Tyrone Tucker, 1658 W.
1485 W. 27th St boy March 28. and civic organiza-
Charles Simmons, Dr. and Mrs.
Florida in a drive to elect JosephT. 5th St., age 27 and Millie Pearl
Brooks of the seventh district W. W. Schell Jr., and daughter.Mr. Woods, 1242 W. 29th St, age 23. Wilbur and Vera Smith, 602 tions.
Court D., girl, March 26. The chorus is under the direc-
to the office of Grand Basileus of and Mrs. J. E. Whittington, John Edw. Haslon, 714 West
Thomas L. and Alice Denson, tion of Richard T. Hadley, a grad-
the fraternity. The Grand Con- Mr. and Mrs. William Maxwell Church St., age 22 and Lenora
1124 W. 30th St, girl, March 26. uate of Fort Valley State College.Mr. .
daave will be held in St. Louis Mr. and Mrs. E. L. Harris, Mr. Crafton, 727 Apt D., Venus Court,
Robert L. and Donna Brown, Hadley played in the Army
December 2130.YJEWELS and Mrs. Maurice Barnett, Dr. 22.Alvin i
age Sn, 1056 W. 19th St, boy March band and served as organist for
and Mrs. L. B. Childs and daughter Hall, 1417 E. 23rd St, age
numerous Army activities. He has
Mr. and Mrs. Ralph Stewart, 22 and Margaret Lucille Perry, 16.Steve
and Ella Atkins, 1784 appeared in concerts in Florida
TO PRESENT Jr., Dr. and Mrs. M."W. V. Spaulding 1541 E. 22nd St, age 18.
Fairfax St, boy, March 16. and Georgia. Mr. Hadley holds
Mrs. Vivian Chavis, Mrs. James Turner, 216 Spruce St,
James E. and Estella Phillips membership in the Vocal Associa-
THREE-ACT COMEDYMrs. Louise Sams, Dr. and Mrs. Jerry age 21 and Jereline Baker, 7819 These STAR Specials
Sn, 5618 Spellman Rd., boy, Mar. tion, Music Educators Association,
Iszard and children Mr. and Mrs.
Mattox Ave. age 17.
Phi Beta Sigma Fraternity and
L. I. Alexander, Mr. and Mrs. Frank Timmons, 1089 Kyigs Rd. 18.Edward Slashed Drastically Low
Margaret Clayton Day will and Ruth Kohn, 967 E. other organizations.Mrs. .
Releford McGriff,_Mr. and Mrs. 20 and Lenora Stokes, 1089
starin "Cousin Jill from Junction age Church St, boy.March 18. Ruby Benthone a graduate For "Florida Star" ReadersNo
Robert Peppers, Mr. and Mrs. Kings Road, 16.
Hill," a three-act comedy to be ,- age William J. Promise, 1198 W. of Florida A & M Universityand
Dennis Stewart. 571 Nixon St,
Arthur Taylor,
presented in New Stanton Senior I 27th St, girl, March 18. Columbia University, is the
High School May 20. The play is Mrs. Nettye Leaphart, Miss age 47 and Ann West, 1431 Franklin -i'' Hilton and Pearlie Campbell, competent accompanist for the Trade Necessary To Get Special PriceREG.
Mary Ellen Long, Miss Doris Jean St, age 35. I
under the direction of Charles 218 Spruce St, boy, March 18. chorus.
Lee, instructor at James Weldon Long, Mrs. Helen Long Ellis I Robt Dunbar, Jr., 748 West Walter and Grace King Sn, 643 Frederick Hill, a graduate of PRICE SP/.CIAL:
Johnson, J. Norgood, John Thorn Beaver St, age 25 and Lillie Bell i
Johnson Junior High School. Court F., boy, March 19. Florida A and M. University is $249.95
Miss Blondell McCottry, presi- I ton, Edward Clark, Miss Clarea- Bonney, 748 W. Beaver St, age Leslie A. and Delores Cromatie, the Orchestra Conductor. Mr. Hill G E UPRIGHT FREEZER $319.95

tha Taylor, Harry Lee Taylor and 28. 11 Cm. Ft. 385 Lb. Opacity
the County
dent of the Y-Jewels, has appointed 1834 Meharry Ave, twin girls, serves as
Mrs. L. J. Freeman. John Henry Brown, 1224 LoganSt
the, following committees to All arrangements for the motor- age 24 and Ruth Delores Doctor April 1.Robert. :' String Instructor.ensembles He has.organized in G E FILTER-FLO WASHER 369.95 289.95
the 'play: E. and Katie Sanders, string many
assist .
with cade and tour were made by E. L. 1437 W. 6th St. age 20. 948 Union St, girl, April 1. elementary schools and in 1956 Year Choice of Two Wash Speeds and Two Spin Speeds
Scenery, Mrs. Hortense Brown Harris, business 'manager of the Chas. Leroy Brown, 1265 West the first secondary Removes Uat --- Se. It Demonstrated
Arthur J. and Dorothy Jones, organized
and Mrs. Lillian Taylor; stage 24 and Mattie ,Pearl -
club. 21st St,
age 1305 Florida Ave., girl, April 3. school orchestra at Isaiah Blocker 199.95
Mrs. Vernell Glo- G E REFRIGERATOR 289.95
management, Brisker, 1837 \V. 29th St., age 20. school The Orchestra has made .
Bennie J. and Pauline Holland
ver, Miss Dorothy Frazier and Willie Lee Hall, 1050 Powhat- St 4- since Septemberand Big Family She Ten Cu. ft., Vegetable Bins Door Sfcefve
Union girl April rapid
1068 W. progress
Miss Rosa Lee Williams; public- YW Wives Schedule tan, age 27 and Rosa Lee Davis,
ity Miss Rosa Lee Williams, Miss 2409 E. Lincoln Court, age 35. Thomas and ,Elizabeth Jenkins, will render several numbers. I G E "30" INCH RANGE 179.95 149.95
Ave The concert is being sponsoredby
Jr, 2403 W.,Edgewood boy,
and Miss Ella
Earline Johnson Cotton Dress PartyMrs. Walter Fennell 931 Davis St, Button Controls
April 4. the Band Parents Club, whichis Big Family Size Ove -" Push
Bronson; program. Miss Lagretta age 46 and Clara Lou Thomas, under the leadership of Mrs.

Everett, Miss Joan Frazier, Miss Beatrice, Coleman. president 931 Davis St, age 39. Margaret Long. FLORENCE GAS RANGE 274.95 229.95

Geraldine Hilton, and Miss Ella and members of the YW Lester Johnson 724 W. MonroeSt. Ypsilanti Club Slates'I Tickets are on sale and may be DeUxe Model --. Completely Installed with Two Tanks.of Gas

Bronson; and music. Miss Gladys Wives Club of the A. L. Lewis age 21 and Mary Elizabeth I secured from music students or %

Gary. Branch YWCA, will sponsor a Holmes, 1442 W. 27th St, age 17. 'Variety MusicaleThe members of the Band Parents All Specials Can Be Financed i

'Tickets may be secured from! Cotton Dress Ball on the lawn Marvin Kohn, 1772 W. 2nd St, Club. Harper's Low Budget. Terms .-- Bank RatesHARPER'S

members of the Y-Jewels Club, and court of the YWCA Friday ['age 18 and Virginia Dixon, 2811 The public is invited to attend.

the cast, or the Young Adult Department evening May 17, at 7:30 p. m. Venus, age 18. Ypsilanti Club will spon I HOMI oSaturday

of the Branch YWCA. The affair will feature the James 1:.' Williams Rt 1 Box sor a Variety Musicale Friday,

wearing of simple colorful cot- 28, Faunsdale, Ala, age 26 and May 12, in Grant' Memorial AME of her friends and the public at I

ton dresses and simple sport MUdred-E. Harris, 2251 7th Ave., Church, Rev. Y. D. Hinson, Pas-I large in order to make this affaira 1&

BUY SILL UHf KPAfft clothes for men. The club mem- New York, N. Y., age 28. tor. !. successful one. The complete LOW '.IC

HAMWEYBROS. bers have tickets on sale at the Some of the city's best talent program will be published. at' a 2820 MAIN at 19th

SEWING MACHINES Y and from individual members. PATRONIZEFStec will appear on the program. All later date. Phone EL 6-2658

WASHING MACHINESSale 'Proceeds 'from this affair will efforts are being put forth to Mrs. Catherine Reed is presi- 'til 9:00 Night

'mrf Sanrfc Since 1915 go to the current Mortgage Liq- make this program a unique one. dent and Miss Mercedes Kelley Open pan. Every

20 MtAD ST. EL 4-7749 uidation Fund Advertisers Each member is soliciting the aid serves as reporter. *


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I -.> Mt. Carmel ,sets ?""Women's Day" Observance May 19 "


Triiiie Be; Paid SiperiilewleiiOf Housewonning Held Mi. Ararat Sets Oakland School Plans

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..Siaday Scfctol Sunday May 51k A : ,., "" c:1,' : Suiday ServicesThe Operetta Presentation !

4 The Oakland Elementary I

Mt. Ararat Baptist Churchat School will present "Spring .
Plans for the annual Women's Day at Mt ,Carmel Baptist "
r SNM 21st and Davis Streets will ob- Glow, an operetta Monday, May
Church, 1500 Harrison Street, the Rev. C. C. Daniel, I pastor, are being serve its Holy Communion serv- 6 at 8 p. m. in the school's audi-

perfected for Sunday.. May 19. ices Sunday at 3 p. m. with the torium. The Operetta tells a very I

Officers for the day have been pastor, the Rev. Dallas, J. Gra- vivid story about the coming of
chosen, and they are: Mrs. Izora ham preaching the Sacremental Spring.
Gives i.(
Taylor, honorary chairman Mrs. Pilgrim Baptist -
; sermon and administering the Mrs. Sadie Tillis, principal, and
Cleveland) chairman; Mrs. Lillie Sunday Activity SlateRev. Holy Communion.The the entire faculty of the Oakland
Mae Williams, co-chairman; :Mrs. activities of the day will School are making elaborate

Edith Howard, secretary; Mrs. 43 begin with the Sunday School at plans to make May 6 a big night
Edith Haigler financial secretary L. G.. Way, pastor of the
; 9:30 a. m. Superintendent J. L. and they are issuing an invitationto
Mrs. Willie Mae Tisley, treasurer;I Pilgrim Baptist Church, has an- Chatman will all Co
and he
: preside will join them.
nounced that services will be held
Tj f
Mrs. Herndon chairmanof
Beatrice be assisted by departmental
in the usual manner on Sunday,
ushers; Mrs. Ester Pink- and

ney, assistant chairman of ushers; with Sunday School beginning at i; : superintendents The BTU will convene teachers.at 5:30 i Baptist Wives Plan
Mrs. Gussie Gordon'and Mrs.Ada 10 a. m., Morning service will % with President Emma Gillis and

Ross, chairmen of program com- begin at 11 a. m., at which time the members conducting the discussion "Tom Thumb" Wedding
mittee. Rev. McClease will deliver the
of the lesson and the pro _
Miss Sandra Wyche, music and morning message. The Baptist Ministers Wives'Alliance
Miss, Gloria Tookes chairman of Dinner will be served at 12 p.
The Rev. Dallas J. Graham which
recently spon-
; school Mrs. E. XXL, and at 12:30 baptism rites will
tags Sunday be take charge of the evening wor- sored a successful tea, is now
Howard and Mrs. Mary Daniels; ship at 7 following the 6:30: pray- planning a "Tom Thumb Wed
Lord's Supper will be ad- ___
Morning Service, Mrs. Izora Tay- 'm' 1J mll"1i w.w. lor, Mrs. Lucile Bright, Mrs. Des- ministerea 6:00 p. mn with revival q4.ayxmwnwrx:4: $ veaFC'q wrt '. :xs+nRuw ?rC 4e.t ..- .,,y.=x..... ..,.,_. -'_ u.._ ,;4a: by combined choirs. Mrs. H. H. Robinson, president
services beginning at 7:30. w,, .x.: +?:oii ?d, xx
ander.ale Hayes and Mrs. Mary Alex- The public is invited. 9:1":;!?" x r: ;An U A b' h 4 : ",, ,,>:,..';, ,';.,,:::: ',' .;=-' 1 commended the group at the last
$ meeting on the wonderful work
Youth Program, 3 p. XXL, Miss R r t+C iRsaci:..+vi; Baby Contest AtBethelBaptist done in making the tea a success-

Lucile Williams, Ida Sampson, ful affair.
Mae Frances Givens, Evelyn Hut- MAY DAY POSTPONEDAT Mrs. Lewis is _reporter for the

HilL son, Sylvia Burden\ and Cordella JOHN E. FORDMay group.

BTU, .Mrs. Bertha Atkinson, The baby contest which is
Ruby Williams, Mary Haywood, day Around The Worldat being sponsored by District 15 of Lucky Sixteen Plans
John E. Ford School has been
Evening Worship, Mrs. Alma Bethel Baptist Institutional
Cook Alberta Duncan and F. postponed because of inclement Church will terminate Sunday Apron Party" For

Washington.On weather. night May 12 at the church.The .
'Sunday, May 5, the Sunday I The festival will be presented contestants are: Carl Spencer Thursday, May 9thThe

School will honor the superin- May 6, instead, at 8:00 PJXL, in Young, sponsored by Mrs.

tendent, David Washington during the school cafetorium.The Johneston Young and Deacon Lucky Sixteen Sewing Circle -

his anniversary. Morning wor- theme of the operetta tells John Staley; Risa Darline Carr, has planned an "Apron Party"
ship at 11, with the pastor, the about a King and Queen who sponsored by Mrs. Mabel Carr for its next social meeting, which

Rev. C. C. Daniel, preaching; devotion -' have just ascended the throne and ,4 r' yrs. and the Rev. R. W. W. McLendon; will be held Thursday, May 9, 7

by. the deacons. 6 p. ITL, are crowned as reigning mon- 4 Leslie Dean Freeman, sponsoredby p. m., in the home of Mrs. Theresa

BTU, Miss V. McCants in charge. archs. They issue a proclamation i, : : M. L. Carter and Mrs. F velyn White, 1611 Louisiana Street.
Evening worship' at 7 with decdaring the day to be a holi- Freeman. Mrs. Fannie Robinson, presi-

preaching by the pastor. The jun- day and invite the chilrren of all All members of the district are dent, announced that Mrs. Minnie

ior choir and ushers will serve nations to appear before, themto expected to cooperate and help King would direct the programfor

during the day. portray their native songs and make the contest a success. The the meeting, which is expected -

dances request is made to the membersby ,to be well attended. '
Caravan SlatedAt The royal reigning group are Mrs. M. L. Carter, district

Gospel His Highness King Robert, portrayed .. ., ...._.... president.
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New Stanton School I by Robert L. Prater; Her Y-Jewels Make Plans
Highness Queen Betty, portrayedby HOSTESS AND, GUESTS Mrs. Marie Smother* held, a housewarming affair recently in her
.... Betty Clasper; His Grace home at 1425 Dart Street., Day Spring Sets For State ConferenceThe

The First Annual Gospel Cara- i Prince Larry Gardner; Her Grace Top photo: Left to right (seated). Mrs. Minnie Pratt Mrs. Mattie Floyd. Mrs. Marie Holmes Mrs.

van, featuring outstanding local I Princess Joan, portrayed by Joan Helen Green, Mrs. O. R. Jackson and Mrs. Marie Smothers hostess. Standing. Mrs. Annie M. Banks
singing groups, will be presentedat Grant. Mrs. Rebecca Whitehead, Mrs. Wilhelmena Thompson Willie Cotman Miss Gerrell Graham FreddieA. Sunday Servicesr Y-Jewels met Wednesday
New Stanton Senior High I Mrs.Mary T. Gillis is chairmanof Owens and Rev. O. R. Jackson. evening to complete plans for the

School, May 10, beginning at 8 the event, Mrs. Lois M. Rob- Bottom photo: Left to right (seated). Mrs'Mildred Thomas,Master Kerry Crumble and Mrs. Lil- District Plans State Conference to be held in
p. m., in the auditorium. erts and Mrs. Pearl C. Barnett are lie M. Sherman. (Standing) Arthur Thomas Mrs: Clara Blake Mrs. Mary Frances Sampson Mrs. Lo- Leesburg May 11 and 12. Miss
Melvin Grace, local radio an- cochairmen.Mr. lita Manning Bailey Williams Mrs. Lillle Mae Love. and Mrs. Catherine Allen. r Blondell McCottry, president,
nouncer and disc jockey, ,will : J. H. Argreet is principalof Communion Services will presided over the meeting. t
serve as master of ceremonies.for the school. be observed in Day Spring Bap- Mrs. Lillian Taylor, chairmanof

the occasion. He is also working Mrs. Wilner Dorrell Is Speaker For U. S. Court Rules tist Church Sunday with the Rev. the program planning committee -

with Mrs- Meltonia G. Lilly in Cyrus A.,Weaver, pastor; deliver- for the conference, stated that

making other arrangements nec- receive a special merit citation Elder Hickson's Tenth ing the evening message.At the Y-Jewels are working closely
essary for the affair. from the school in appreciationfor AnniversaryMrs. Integration ,For 7 p. m. the Lord's Supperwill with the Business and Professional -

There will be a small admissionfee their efforts. be administered, by the pas- Women's Club in planning for

charged for the event and ad- Many' of the, groups slated to Wilner Dorrell will deliver the address on the occasion of PrivateCollege tor, visiting ministers and dea- the conference.
vance tickets are now on sale and appear on the caravan are cur- the Tenth Anniversary of Elder P.- c. Hickson as pastor of the cons. All choirs will serve duringthe

may be secured from New Stan- rently appearing on regular radio Church of God, located on the corner of Steele and Blue Streets. 'evening worship.

ton faculty members and students. programs and inn local churches. The program.will be held Sun- WASHINGTON The Supreme The activities of the day will James Edwards
More than twenty-five different This will be the first time that day night 5 Court ruled Monday that begin at 9:30a. m. with the Sun-
May at 8:00: p. m, in
groups will be featured on the gospel music and other forms will "Appreciation Nighr'Honors the auditorium of the church, Girard College for orphans in day School, Superintendent Ed- Writes TooJames

program planned for the caravan, be combined under one main pro- sponsored by Mrs. Juanita Har- Philadelphia, an all-white school ward Benthone ard Mrs. J. L.
Mrs. Britt
and each group. that performs will.gram at the school. per. .- for boys-must admit Negro stu Terry, presiding.
dents. Testimonial meeting will be Edwards, who began his
_Mrs. K. D. Bitt, Sn, wife of The court said in a short unsigned conducted at the 11 a. m. worship. career on Broadway. ("Anna Lu-
Rev. Luther King Outlines Aims Second Baptist's Pastor, was hon- Jaxon Is Speaker order that the "board Choir 1, Mrs. Ruby P. Benthone, casta"), and who has played top

I ored with "Appreciation Night" l.. .. which operates Girard College is I directress: in charge. Consecration: supporting roles in such films as
Of Hay 17 Prayer Pilgrimage last Sunday evening by officers l I an agency of the state of Pennsyl- meeting will be conducted at 5 "Home of the Brave," "Battle

and members of Second Baptist I vania." As such, it said, refusal to p. m. with the Deacons and Dea- Hymn" and "The Killing," and ..

Church. admit two Negro youths "was discrimination conesses in charge. now has an important role in

.NEW YORK Rev. Martin which stands a chance for the Mrs. S. L. Badger, wife of Rev. by the state. The BTU will convene at 6 p. "Men In War," opening May 5th
S. L. Badger, was the principal Theaction m, Mrs. Vermel Wilson, presid- through the 8th at the Ritz Thea-
Luther King Jr., at a press con first time since Reconstructiondays reversed the Penn-
ference Wednesday described the of being enacted." speaker for the ,occasion. Mrs. F. t.a. sylvania Supreme Court which ing. Group 1 will bein charge of ter through United Artists release -

objectives and plans for the May He added that the, "ease with G. T. McCall was guest soloist ruled last November that the boys the program. Evening worshipwill is also becoming quite a

17 Prayer.Pilgrimage for Freedom which the Dixiecrats bottled up Others appearing on the program William Ashe Foust and Robert begin at 7. Usher Board 1 writer. In his spare time, Ed-
of which he is co-chairman: civil rights legislation adds great included Mrs. Ruby Morris- Felder had no 'constitutionalright will serve throughout the day. wards, who has a small retreat in
along with Roy Wilkins of the urgency to the Pilgrimage.*' sette, The Minister's Wives Al- to admission.The The Willing Workers Club will the desert, turns out original
liance, Mrs. A. Fleming, Mrs. present the Johnson Sisters in a scripts for television (he's sold
NAACP and A. Philip Randolphof Active mobilization is taking state court based its deci- !
Alexina Johnson, Mrs., Gladys sion musical recital June 10. The three), has just completed a
the Brotherhood of SleepingCar place in Atlanta, Birmingham, on an 1831 will by philan- :
Porters. Tallahassee, Baton Rouge and Vaught, Mrs. Queenie Williams, x thropist Stephen Girard which church choirs will sponsor Hidden screenplay and is working on a

These aims, as stated Jay Rev. New Orleans as well as in other and The Progressive Matrons stipulated that "poor, male white Talent Night" June 12. I I novel.
"to demonstrate unity cities. Over from Club. The Junior Choir furnished orphan children"
King, are 50,000 persons were to benefit. j
of Negroes in the struggle for all sections of the country are the music for the program. The high court cited its famed

freedom and justice, to provide a expected to converge on Washington Mrs. Maidia D. Jones, Mrs. Ann: school de-segregation decision on FIREPROOF RITZ FIREPROOF
means for people in the north to for the Pilgrimage in chartered ,Huff, Mrs. Lillian' King, Mrs. I May 17, 1954 and sent the case .

act in common on a great issue buses, trains and planes, car Rosa L. Glass, Mrs. Carrie Williams back to the state court "for fur-

with the southern freedom fighters pools and individually. Mrs. Edna Smith, Miss W'--''' ther proceedings not inconsistentwith --tal lllmRa ,
to the of the Asked what Esther Middleton, and Mrs. Eva this opinion." 'TeNgiwr
protest crippling bearing a strong Mrs. Iris Knox is mistress of 'tJielR1'cIG
NAACP in the south, to protest civil'rights statement from President Bennett served on the planning ceremonies for the The court, in what amounted to ; ,
committee. program,,
violence directed against those in I I Eisenhower in the immediate' which: will include such a defeat for the Justice Depart- & TEMBCOCa ," sru..c
the south who stand for equalityand : future would have on the Pilgrimage I ,as Mrs. Janett Parris, Mrs. ment, also ruled that aliens under lli\PJ\ ] frAHIDJIIIf WlO/HAm/ 1ml!

:freedom and to press for civil Rev. King asserted that the NEGRO LABOR Clarisa Curington, McKinley Par deportation orders may not be And Dane Clark "THE MAN IS ARMED"SUNDAY
rights legislation before Congress demonstration is not aimed at the LEADER ris, Mrs. Ruth Spivey,Mrs. Annie compelled to answer questions
President but is broader in scope Cain about communism by the attorney WEDNESDAY MAY 5 -8
AND CHURCH BOMBED Gaynell Lewis, Mrs. James Edwards -_-- Colored Star of "Home' of the Brave"" hi
since it is "an appeal tc the conscience Iris Burden general
Miss Ellinore Collins
Itcktag Terre of the nation on these r and Mrs. Ethel McClenton. It upheld in a (6-2) decision a 'MSN IN WAR"With
major issues we confront." He BESSEMER, Ala. A Uegro lower court finding in favor of Robert Ryan -- Aide' Ray
PROMPTLY RHKVIl denied that President Eisen- church and the home of a Negro Also appearing on the program George L Witkovich, a Chicago Bob Afjo ---
Hope "IRON
will be the Church of God Youth PETTICOAT"
A doctor f egxatU-auothiflg tn9- hower's April 23 message to inter.I labor leader were homed with Chorus, Church of God Gospel alien who was indicted _for refusing
septic Zttno-Fwaptly reBevM the racial religious leaders in Nash- small damage and .no injury to to answer questions about i
Mt. AME Female
itchln?.burning of 6la R&thef, ville could be considered a strong anyone last Sunday night. Olive communism.The .
Ttnrnn. PsorSsJS. 3vmu tudlhol statement and asserted that it was : Bessemer Police Lt. C. T. Mullen Trio and the Eberiezer Methodist ruling, delivered by Justice HOME FOR SALE
Male Trio.Gospel .
merely a message of: greeting ; said explosions, "apparently Felix Frankfurter, said ques-
usually sent to gatherings of this lynamite" occured at the Allen tions directed to aliens under supervision 5861 HARRISON AVENUE ARLINGTON

type. Temple A.M.E., and the home of must be confined to ,
Recital Slated Open House Sunday 2:30 to 6
Asbury Howard, Internationalvice those concerning the individual's pjn. -
Handsome two bedroom asbestos siding hem.. New .
president of the United availability for deportation.The throughout.
At Bowden Memorial Complete tile bath with showers hardwood floors lots of
WALTER J. L1MBRIC Mine, Mill and Smelter Workers government had argued pace, rubber tile kit,.... floor double sinks and lots of cabwets.storage
Ind.) Howard also is presidentof that the restriction would leave Wired for electric ,cooking. Automatic hot and cold water.. All

". BONDING AGENT ; the Bessemer Voters League, The Sensational Gospel Singers the alien free continue the activities modern.

: '", ELgin 3 -177 f j jI :;' ... a Negro organization. __ will appear at Bowden Memorial for which he was being go Go down North two on Chaseville blocks to Road the house.1" block, turn right on Harrison Ay....,

I r --._. County'F Ha1 Methodist Church Sunday night, deported.
$City! i
Witkovich father of five
?: j CANYWHE.RE IN FLOWDA 1 PATRONIZE May 8, in a recital that will begin a pressman for the Slovenian-

\' t ; ,396 EAST BEAVER STREET JACKSONVILLE< 1LO IDA l Advertisers immediately' after the evening English language newspaper Pro- REGISTERED REAL ESTATE BROKER

Residence Phone: Elata 4-3867. ..' I'j I'jc J p::' service. .svetau The'government wants to 1588 Florida Avenue Phone EL 6-0558
Florida Star The public is invited to attend. deport him to Yugoslavia. .

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May 4(.1957, __._ .. ., '. __ ___ : THE fLOS/DA STAle .. _. : Pa9.fk.

I Council_' tition$1F r Leon Schools Integrate e t *e. -


Petition Charges Schools Stanton Vocational. High School Holds "Open House" .

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"Iilerior In Every Respecl' = v } I


t TALLAHASSEE -. The Negro Inter-Civic Council has charged .. .Y S. .
I I in a petition that Leon County Negro schools are "tangibly and intangibly t'biW'i I i

white children unequal and inferior hi every respect to. those furnished for ; .:' 1

The council has launched a

; South Carolina drive, to integrate schools in Tal- : IWrYd .
lahassee, and Leon County, which
was also the center of the bus
ROTC Rifle Team integration' controversy recently.W. Iv .

f T. Moore, Jr., chairman of + *
the School Board, and Amos God- sW4
Defeats FAHU by, Superintendent, said the peti-
I iay i _
tion will be reviewed, studied and L
submitted to the school board *
ORANGEBURG, S. C. Six when it is'received.The s. L ..Op t.of oaUtandtnf the Ppd Cap TB to
l.i members of the Florida A and M Inter-Civic Council chargedin who make ou
University Reserve- Officers its petition that "no perceptible aid .ur eommoatty
plies in which to un.
Training Corps Rifle Team recently progress toward compliance"with
fired a shoulder to shoulder U. S.: Supreme Court mandates x Y
small bore rifle match againstthe regarding desegregation has been *
ROTC rifle team of South made. .'nw.__ .: :.'>::"9'M.;::;: ; .';',<:iJ---: .,. .N.W.......>...,.w..w..R..w. ;:._ ..,..n .. ..r;;... : !! : ,J : : '-
Carolina State College here.The The Rev. C. K. Steele, president ON PROGRAM_ Participants for Stanton Vocational_ High School's "Open Ho 1Ir
match was won by the of the council,. said the council of program activities. *
South Carolina State team after will cooperate with any action of Left bright: Alexander Heard Joshua W. Williams and Ben Durham Jr., *
firing a smore of 757 to FloridaA the school board "which is reasonably The Rev.'Mr. Wales R. Nesbilt Jr. principal of the evening school Mrs. Eartha M. M.
and M's score of 745 points. calculated "to effect" Stanton Vocational High School: O. A. Wagner, shop supervisor at Jacksonville School t
Total- -. possible score each could eventual' integration of Leon. 1 '
have fired was 1000. County schools.' -- Beach has been
Cadet William Edwards of Key Florida Klan Revival Aired I Chief violated his *
West, a freshman, was the high by joining the *
scorer on the A and M team, fir- from Aand M were: Henry True- Peters, who has
,I ing 158 out of a possible 200. blood, Tallahassee, Florida; Hen- W. J. Griffin of Tampa, who this Klan will be a secret to all since 1940 and } I *
Cadet Edwards: will receive the ry Harris Mt. Dora, Florida; listed'himself as grand dragon of I I outsiders ,as a protection ,to each did not comment
rifle marksmanship trophy to be Charles' Howard, Philadelphia; the Florida unit of the Xu Klux individual member only City Manager I:'
presented during the annual Andrew Greene, Crystal River, Klan, announced last week offi- Meanwhile, City Manager Evett I vestigation by the
ROTC awards day to be held on Florida, and Colbert Woolfork, cial revival of the association. He N. Allen announced that Police sion which DELORIS SPANN *
May 23, 1957. Other participants Apalachicola, Florida. stated that "the membership of Chief Jim Peters of Fernandina. tI t missal of the W. Gilbert._ 1.*

I policeman James High School I
tinue and that any Bottling Co. *
Pepsi-Cola Dealers 1
I ployees found to this week to *
I subversive Edith Deloris Spann
; automatically the student Negro a History mem- ,W
..... J, ting their oath of Edith sings in the *
Officer at Mt. Zion AME
Imperial .

.h NEW 1957 REFRIGERATORS of ville.Florida S. C. that the *.* **

membership has .+......v.,

... Catholics. The
.. .t .
f ) t made,following a
ing of the
Greenville which
64 klansmen from
In Charleston,
the Rt. Rev. ,
speaking. for the
SdcI Charleston diocese
South Carolina
"The very nature.
Klan would ii
((10.3 cu. FT.) from joining "

Stanton Glee James Weldon Johnson

ILCO To Present I Tribute Junior is high paid School to Barbara .
member of the
.. .i N .:. i The Glee Club School a Patrol and an
I ia t..J iW honor student. She enjoys
Senior High dancing affiliated as with a hobby St.and Mat-is
# ?;a; fir "The Bells of thews Baptist Church.

I I L1kTc IItPrsd1I; ONLY etta ning in at two 8:00 acts p. m.TERROR'A .* *

auditorium. _._..._.,_. .
Lyrics and i
)- yS :
I duction gan and are by

199'.95; The and operetta activities has on to .:

Bagdad, which is *
arrival of various ;
.. f
.'. one of them Mrs.
c With Trade
:! : .{ Mrs. McCann is l:

N Here's, everything you've her daughter,
friend, Anne. The
w wanted in a refrigerator *
+ come aware of a
e ; \' now at an astounding bargain sassin to kill the : ....a....
e. price. Brand new 1957 styling weapon to be used EDirn B.
:a and color. Huge 10.3 cu. ft. cealed in a ? SPOON *

.,z : capacity. Plus deluxe features' unfolds and Stanton Senior *
High School
you would expect only on refrigerators and romantic as *
is a member of the
a+, 4 costing up to one untangled. class and an honor
Mrs. Alpha H. She Is a student *
Corns in
:: hundred dollars more. Hayes-Moore Music
1 t\ 4 and see it today! .. '- of the glee club, ,classes the organ at Stanton and *
that the operetta '
r. _. '., tral .a Edith music plans teacher.to be- .*

tHaCO is-ion :>':: .' ... ,-wt; : ,. '; cast students is made: Harriet up *

a .,.. Mrs. J. Horace ; *
tine as ;
... from Pepsi
: T',. Just look at these deluxe features :J>f;, 1.:;::" '/ well Gloria; Albert Reliford to vie.th ......!three Merit ,.

: ,. -...,3-...-.. < "- '. ,,_ '-, :. : ,t..j.' .1 ::i/. linda; Gwendolyn .a salatatloas to the Pepsi ea Merit,..

s Huge 48 lb. zero zone, freezer Chiller Drawer and lull width erispeirr. :., Earline >Toby as ... Time, WRHC, 1400
.' 3
':- .. f ': Saunders as All ; year dial, Saturdays
4 Daactefl at
'l' x : : p.m.
l" r::', .' Full length storage door New Seatone Interior Coler'1; :-: Elmore Sullivan II d e r Park Rocrtatfo
'V _. .. 'i.- Sue Williams as ttr. Admlssloa
r :: stich; Leon Ivory
e IYy.:.- ,---.:.' .*. .*:... Handy adjustable, shelf. ,' % '5 Year Warranty ,. and members of
; h ,.., who will play the
-v..: ....:: t- !- >. : guards tourists
.>' ''- 'racles'now crM"sizes .70 72 74 and' 76'- ft. I ::>
.i.- Tremendous on .. cu. Compare There is no


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I .. : [ 0 'News 0 Of Interest From -- All -Sections Of Beautiful Florida :0- 0

., Putnam County News A. L. Lewis GraY Club I Busiiess Skills

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Coniesi Held AiBeihuneCookman

BY E. J. VBZEN ...

see Madboa Stnat Pale, Florid* t
Fboaa But 5'ft -..
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.Th world only owes you a liring when you hare earned ii." .... .., Fifteen High Schools of the
.. ,': d .
0 "" :. ; : State of Florida participated in
Last week our movie guest was Miss Oflte Mae Isom. the daughter : .,' ,
the Second Annual State High
of Mrs. Lillie Mae Isom. Mrs. Isom informed the Star reporterthat : -t
School Typing and Shorthand
she has two sons instead of one as was said last week. %:- ;
IH : -i Contest, April 13, 1957, ,at Beth-
This week our invitation goes yx ;,5: : :
une-Cookman College.
out to a young man whom I've "PRAYER PILGRIMAGE" a ." I
The awards donated
were trophies
known all of his life. This young
i by the Stuart Office Company
man ful. is very industrious and skill PLANNED FOR MAY 17 of Orlando, Fla.
His mother lives in Miami

but he lives alone in the old family -. The winners were as follows:
house. He is self-employed,I F Elementary Typing: 1st place,
and A. t
Rev. Martin Luther King :i t' 1ark.
+ E. Central
serves as an usher and is very Randolph disclosed at a Mary Long Academy,

popular among the younger set. Philip conference recently that Palatka; 2nd place, Glenda Craw-

If he identifies himself I will give news ford, Dunbar High, 1%. Myers;
have' asked the Departmentof
him two passes so he can take a they meetat I and 3rd, Anna L. Riou, Booker T.
for to
Interior permission
paL .: Washington Miami.
the Lincoln Memorial for a w Mnd i
"prayer pilgrimage for freedom"May v Advance Typing: 1st place,

marked the closing third of Ertha Mae Smiley, Euclid High ,
Tuesday night 17,the anniversary
Deland 2nd place. Sallie Rich-
of the evaluation activities of the Supreme Court's decision ;
ards, Booker T. Washington, Mi-
Central Academy High School at banning racial segregation in
ami; and 3rd place Rosalyn Dew, .
which time the committee made avery public schools. The three men w-;

fine report. The activities who are co-chairmen of the pil- Campbell St. High, Daytona
began last Sunday afternoon with grimage, have estimated that at

a'very fine program. The Committee least 50,000 persons will attend Shorthand: 1st place, Gerelene

was entertained Sunday the observance.The Lewis Booker T. Washington, Miami -

night at the home of Prof. and formal call for the pilgrimage __ ,____ d I ; 2nd place Sally Richards,
0' .u u mum'"
Mrs. F. R. Brooks and Monday invited "all believers in the I Booker T. Washington, Miami;
PRESENT WORLD-SERVICE'PROGRAM The Gra-Y group of A. L. Lewis Elementary School presented a World Service Program -
night at the Rebecca Martin Capeon God-given concept of the brother- at the school last Tuesday. A film. The Y On World Fronts' was shown following the program. and 3rd place. Fredonna Clark,

Lemon Street. hood of men and in the American Front row left to right: E. L. Johnson. co-sponsor; Michael Sheffield assistant secretary) Hillman Patten Clarence CaldwelL Ar- Northwester The Sr. High, Miami.
ideal of equality to assemble, review chie,Bruce, Fred: Barton. Leonard Jordan Edward Washington vice president and Mrs. Naomi W. Harris sponsor. Commerce Department was given of by Beth-the

became the national scene, give Curtis McKenzie Shirland Earl Combo James Brinson. Robinson Ardell Arnold
Miss Ethel Mae Hines Back row: James Hatchet Johnson Emory president une-Cookman which
date and College, con-
th'-e bride of Eddie Lee Rivers thanks for progress the to evils, that Richard Roberts chaplain; Albert Taylor, and Lorenso Mungin. sists of F. D. Grave, Head, De-

/last Monday night at the home of pray for wiping out of
Commerce Mrs.
partment ;

the Willie bride's Hines parents, of South, Mr.17th and Streetof Mrs. still Wilkins beset our stated nation.that the princi- I-o.--St. Paul Trio WILLIAM D. WHEELER' GILBERT GRAD WINS Joyce Business B.; Engram and Alvin Instructor Reid, Instructor of

Palatka. The bride is a mem- pal purpose of the pilgrimage is ... _.
to "demonstrate the unity of the GRANTED DOCTORATE FOODS FELLOWSHIP of Business.
ber of the senior class of Central
behind Schools participating were:
whole Negro community k } e': vu : .c
She to remainin
Academy. plans IN MUSIC EDUCATIONDAYTONA Booker T. Washington, Miami;
civil legislation. ,.
school to the end of the term. the rights .e 4;:.t r ,
c 4k ATLANTA Ga. Barbara Northwestern, Miami; Dillard, Ft.
Mr. Rivers is graduate of: w
Brewington, a senior home eco-! Lauderdale; Central Academy;
Central, Academy, class of 54. He WOBS BEACH -The faculty Palatka Union Bar- I
II nomics major at Clark College, ; Academy,
:? r ;SCS.:
.n '
is the son of Mrs. Mollie Brownof of the Advanced School of.
'YrS .Wi( Atlanta, and a native of Jackson- tow; Mays High, Goulds; Phyllis

Olive Street, Palatka. He has PROGRAM SCHEDULE Education of Teachers College,! ville, Florida, has been awardeda Wheatley, Apopka; Dunbar High, I
returned to Connecticut where he Columbia has formally '
University -
MONDAY-FRIDAY SCHEDULE fellowship to do further studyat Ft. Myers; Moton High, Brooks-
is for the The Jyti .r!! 'Dj ," YM !
training Army. ? the of Doctor
granted Degree
,f:/- $48 Sip On a Connecticut hospital.A vile; Belleview-Santos, Belle. 1
ceremony was performed'by Rev.L. 42- 143 News ft Weather of Education in Music and Music I
view Gifford Gifford Euc.
Road Deacon High,
st *- 740 Heaven's ( ; ;
D.:Green, pastor of the Calvary Grace) Education to William D. Wheeler.. 1953 graduate of Jackson lid High, Deland Campbell St.
Baptist Church of which they are 143240: 743 News Morning ft Capes Weather(Bob, ,.3 Currently, Dr. Wheeler is Asso-. ville's Matthew. Gilbert High Daytona Beach; Lincoln; Memor. 1

members.The Hudson) ciate Professor at BethuneCookman -. School, Miss Brewington has specialized i
S40141 News ft Weather ial, Palmetto and Richard J. Murray
141- 40 Homing Capers (Bob College in Music.Prior to his In foods and nutrition at I St. Augustine, Fla.
Hmdnm; ) Clark and won the award, madeon I
present position he has been
friends of Mr.'Willie James '40- t43 News ft Weather .
>43-lA4 Jnapln Show (Johnny Bandmaster, Dunbar High School, a competitive basis, from the .
will regret to learn that he is ser- Shaw)
ill at the Flagler Hospitalin 140-10:03 News ft Weather Ft. Myers, Fla.; Bandleader, United Grace-New Haven Hospital where will be qualified to receive the
St. Augustine.Mr. U43-U4f Ootpel Grace)Train No. 1 (Deacon a a ,,. States Army; and Assistant!-she will spend one year as a. student I. American Dietitian Association's

1140-1143 News ft Weather i Director of Bands, Florida A &i member of the staff doing Certificate which is a requisitefor
U43-1Z40 Gospel Train No. (Deacon
I Grace M University, Tallahassee Fla. advanced practical work in foods administrative positions in

and Mrs. Jeff Jeffrey and! 124e-U45 Local Daniels News) (Yvonne >: Dr. Wheeler, a native of Miami,I and ,nutrition for the hospital. foods and nutrition at most hospi-

their,small daughter returned to! UJ05-U:1S Job Mart (Yvonne Daniels) a Fla., received the Bachelor,, of, Upon successful completion of tals and institutions where food

their home in Boston, Mass., after' LSilS-_ Noe Yvonne tlmo Daniels Tnnedme) Arts Degree from Florida A & M I her work there, Miss Brewington is prepared.
2 weeks visit in Palatka, with ..-'143 News Weather, 1
University and the Master of Arts
143- 140 eapeI Trata No. 2 (Deacon
Mrs.-JefffeTs' parents, Mr. and ,Grace) Degree from Columbia Univer-
340-243 News ft Weather i
Mrs. W. M.
243340 Gospel Train No. Z (Deacon
erue) sity.Among
S.. 343 Weather numerous organiza- JOHNNY SHAW
Mrs. Bell Bossard was a very J* <440 Newspln 1 Show (Johnny tions, he is a member of Phi Delta I

pleasant visitor in Jacksonville t:0.113News 1HIaW)ft Weather Kappa and Phi Mu Alpha Sin- ;
last weekend.The 43-* Ipm.how (Johnny fonia Fraternities. ,
i I"Jumpin'
.Shaw) AND
S4 543 News ft Weather
3485S Jnmytn Show (Johnny .
= friends of Mrs. Rochelle

Williams will be glad: to know SATURDAY SCHEDULE FernandinaA !
.4- sea sign OnCe With Johnny"COKDK
that she is convalescing after >45 News ft Weather
***-.74 Hearen's Boad
being ill for ,the past week. 7e744 News ft Weather youth program will be presented -

7..- 11M Moraine Hndson) Capers (Bob Sunday at 8:15: p. m. at YOUR WAT 1!

Miss Gwendolyn Green, who is S4o-: 143 News ft Weather TO APPEAR IN RECITAL The St..Paul Trio will appear ina the Church of God in interest of
S43W Morning Capers (Bob"Hudson 6. 8:00 in the auditorium of
member of the senior class of ) recital Monday evening May p. nu the church program.

Central Academy High was the .''4ft--11:11'143 News Jane ft* Show Weather Johnny St. Paul AME Church. Thirteenth Street and Myrtle Avenue, the The speaker for the. occasionwill 9:00 10:00 A. M. : 0 j

happy recipient of a scholarship Shaw) Rev. Mr. J. A. Roberts. pastor. be Elder A. B. Waye of Saint .' o
very '
at Spellman College, At- U 1I49-U43=-UH Gospel News a.Train Weather No. 1 (Yvonne The recital is being presented under the auspices I of Usher" Board .Mary's, Georgia. vangelist R. L. 3:046:00 P. M. ".'f !

lanta, Ga. Miss Green was among 1140-1143 Daniels ft)Weather Number Two of the church. and will feature gospel and spiritual Lambert president of the Youth ... ,

the many students who took the 1143-U40 =l Train NO. 1 (Yvonne selections. .Association of Florida will serveas .
Daniels) Mrs. Cornelia Wallace,'alto and organist -M.IHI.yThru Saturday:
examination at BethuneCookman 1240-U45 Local News (Yvonne From the left we see. ; master of ceremonies.

few weeks Daniels) Mrs. Elizabeth Williams first soprano and Mrs.Inex Mills second i Singing will be furnished by
College a : ago. U* -Ul1 Job Hart (Yvonne Daniel)
She is the daughter of Rev. and 12U5- 10; Noontime Tometfcae soprano.An. v i the Golden Voices the Sykes OVER

Mrs. L. D. Green.NQWinDecoratirGitas. 10-. lOS Mews(Yvonne ftWealher Daniels) invitation is extended the public to attend the recital.: Gospel Singers, the Waye family,
1103- 20 Gospel Train No. 2 (Yvonne
i the Logan family and others. The
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240243 News ft Weather Gilliam, Sandy Amoros, Rene'i Church of God is in a financial

23-_ Saturday Shaw) Session (Johnny Many Tan Players Valdes; ST. LOUIS CARDINALS drive_and the program is to help. WOBSJACKSONVILLE'S

34340 340- 343 News Saturday ft Weather Session (Johnny .:.Charley Harmon, Tom Alston, I Elder R. L. Johnson is the pastor.]

Sbaw: ) Sam Jones, Milton Smith; CIN-
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43- 10 8atuay Session Johnny) CINNATI REDLEGS-Bob Thur- Gomez Andre Rodgers. Ossie Vir- ONLY ALL NEGRO

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1:01-* Saturday Session (Johnny'Y With the baseball season wellon Crowe Frank Robinson; CHICAGO Pendleton Ramon Mejias, ,

DESEIT SAGE Y.L SUND SCHEDULE CUBS-Ernie Banks, Gene 1 Roberto Clemente; PHILADELPHIA 1360 'I
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the major league Every I ICY
,.' WHITE SAND A wrrK ..*0-. <048*C News!1a 0 ft* Weather about set for the 1957 Baker, Sol Drake; NEW YORK I pmT.T.TF.S-Chico Fernan-

-:. FRENCH: GRAY .. 15 740 Heaven's Road (Deacon rosters fIANTS-Williq; Mays, Ruben] dez, John-Kennedy. I
.... Grace) it t noted that
., ,:Ole ,:II NewtHaven ft Weatherl. campaign, can >e ,
,. '. B4 (Deacon
'team in the National League -
Grace) ,:bNG6TI7i Cr U4TE8VH0'EI. ,
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730- sLatlme Gospel Stajers has Negro players and all in .
(LIft oecpeT Stasttp) IAOWa K IgME GAtO1 /
*.' ... .1:31'f&&en (Oral the American League with the ] I b HnvEUT at HEUO.
Roberts) MET BUT t MC IVES; awl: Y 1r I Ij
!:>>- 40 Jan: Kevtval Center (Rev. exception of two. flJT11r0iJ11y50 .0 J
Eunice BBey)
..- : Btsbep 8, C. JohnsonM Here is a list of Negro playersof I I I
HtO-ltsa Beana fire 00ee1 Singers
." (Un 8elPd -..,) : the various teams: KANSAS c ES0fCLL46SO rb! ie j
The Hew REMINGTIH dO-tf. Tenvfe Herbert)of God.(Bev..W. B. CITY ATHLETICS Vic Power, 1M1Ol.ITE.SOtd5 -

Cltat H:8I1Ileana"....) Road (Deacon Hector Lopez Harry Simpson; ,

lle-ll News ft Weaker BALTIMORE ORIOLES-Connie

1143-Uttl Heaven iron) Road (Deacon Johnson Bob Boyd, Chuck Bea-

1240-1243 News ft Weather mon; CLEVELAND INDIANSAl 1
/"STllTE 123-, Heaven's Bad (Yvonne Smith, Dave Pope Larry } '" it w :-J' --- --- r--.II.f t. '

10- Itt News BUde ft)Weather Raines, Harrell; CHICAGO J
4 14&. l3 Heaven's Road (Yvonne j I'
': ......) WHITE SOX-MinnIe Minoso,
Idle S40 Mt. Ararat Bagta* CJaudaIjDdM Larry Doby, Earl Battey; NEW ,I

Ti OFFICE **/- 30 arMiim) YORK YANKEES-Elston Howard ..- "J

30-- 40, ; tk9.l IF 1 SC lTMYI SHE'S STtJCIC ON ME .,
I -Carlos Paula, Jose Valdielioso.The OEAR80 wNEN tCUwt 1 M ST tGrm .- \
EOUiPMENJ 4050 *fee Christ (.t SSE K ASGOG>DKe W4S l i \
teams R ZyIFOtt '
steer Charles Bock two American League ti liV AFsMtAIE NEXT t IC 4NNRNER f -: :
SfrS3"Nrws ft Wither with Negroes are Detroit and ,tNXittR 10015Si
I'"- Set, HetTon* had (Yvonne +e i
tMeWt) Boston. YMEAN.r
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515 West Street "tj
lay BRAVES-Bill Bruton
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Hank Aaron Humberto Robinson j .
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Wes Covington, ,:.,
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I. ?" May'19"'set"singFar'" :Negro American- League_ I.

Vrcstit I Stars Lay 1 r........ _- Ir Webb Moving Up Six Teams Ready

Fir 'Fitire Stars 'Tok > yYT As Middleweight For Opeiiig GUI

President J. B. Martin has predicted that the coming':season,- NEW YORK Ellsworth In. Negro League neAA

willbe one of the brightest in the aJctery of lie Negrov American R, ,,. (Spider) Webb, fast stepping middleweight _

League. May 19 has been set as the'opening day for the six learnsthat.make A-aa fighter who has been
i MEMPHIS-The Negro Amer-
up the league. O riir
A rapidly going up the ladder in ican League is all set to open the
The Kansas City Monarchs,
the middleweight division, has regular 1957 campaign May 19,
once rated as one of the mightiest Baltimore; Alex Pompez and Jim been named "Fighter of the with the Memphis Red Sox meet- ,

clubs in baseball, will again fielda Semler of New York; the late Ed Month" by Ring Magazine.In ing the Birmingham Black Barons
team that will be able' to com-
Bolden of Philadelphia; Houston} addition to receiving the in Memphis.The .
pete favorably with other teamsin Hall"and Jr. J. B. Martin of Chi- : honor, Webb, former NCAA
,the league. Such performers as cago; the late Vernon Green of -Jh league will open the season
advanced to the
champion, was
I IRing's with six ti
teams including
Frank Duncan Joe Mendez, Joe
Baltimore; Sonny Man Jackson of rating from fourth to third!
Rogan, Bullet Joe Bush Satchell Homestead, -Pa.; W. A. (GusT the contending middle-' Memphis Red Sox, the Birmingham -
t among
Black Barons the
Paige, Santop and many other Greenlee of Pittsburgh, Ernie weights, ahead of Rory Calhoun City Monarchs, the,Detroit Stars If Iron Deflcltacy Anemia
i capable players make up theMonarchs' Wright of Erie Ga., and Cleveland f 1f 1 and Jones.
roster.. Ralph (Tiger) and two new members, the Mo- Hoi Sapped Your Strength
and John Harden of the Atlanta -
Webb.won the "Fighter of the bile Cuban Giants and the New S.&S. Tonic builds better
The major leagues have profited Black Crackers. ,
talent secured Month" selection for his triumphsover Orleans Bears. The new teams health .strengthens weak
immensely by
,r from the Monarchs. Jackie Robinson There are still many great Negro ,. tough Neal Rivers of Las were accepted at the last meetingof blood. S.S.S.Tonic,mads of
< t h .1i
Ernie Banks, Gene Baker, players in,the game and new ? y r 4V Vegas, Nev., and Will Greaves of the league which was presidedover Nature's own roots and

John Kennedy, Frank Barnes and ones cropping up every season Pittsburgh. "The Spider" has by JDr. J. B. Martin of Chi- herbs, has vital iron to build

from sandlots, high schools and ..y't made rapid strides in the middleweight cago. rich,red blood.So five your
several other major league players 4
college diamonds. All Negro baseball -, 1 class. whole family an energy lift
were once members of .the ,needs today is some of the d1 ; The Jacksonville Eagles, owned get back your ptp.
Negro American League, playing r Jim would
by Williams have in-
makes fed
in Tonic
"dQ and dare" ,spirit possessed. S.&S. you
with the Monarchs. The team is -__ j-k three of American creased the league to seven teams
former years. Y x" years good again fast or your
now managed by William (Dizzy) play-1951. 1954. 1956. but the necessary arrangementswere back. Now in liquid
Dismukes, one o_ f the all-time The field is still wide open for not completed in time for money
or onig
greats in 'Negro baseball. Tom those who have the- courage to \; : LIES secured Chico Fernandez the April meeting. Dr. Martin counters. SAVE I Buy the
Baird is owner of the team. face the issues. 4 said he instructed Jim Williamsat
__ from the Dodgers to become the large economy
The Birmingham Black Barons r last team in the National League the previous meeting, held in
-I will be top heavy in talent, having March, to forward a check to his CLARA WARD
to let down the color bars. It wasa
many of the players on the Thompsoi, Hay x. long time before the Phillies de- office in Chicago before the April Famous Gospel

club labeled major league materiaL cided that there were Negroes meeting. The check did not arrive Singer, sayf
The spring training season and Williams did not attend
_4 "If you're weary
who were able to play major lea-
1 reflected that several players are Quit BaseballMIAMI CONSIDERS GIVING UP BASEBALL Hank Thompson who baseball. the meeting.The and there's no SODS
now ready for trials in the ma- once starred as third baseman for the New York Giants was recent fa your heart, you
jors. Such stars as Willie Mays Ij sold to the Minneapolis Millers of the American Association a BASEBALL FANS, did you league will play a split may be tired and
Fla.:- Nothing authentic 01'the know Roy Campanella, the "Iron season, the first half ending July slowed down te-
and' Satchel Paige were once on farm club Giants. Since then he has considered giving up tcatueoflroaDeficiency
has been secured the 4. The teams are now training at
on report Man" catcher of the
Sid of baseball and California into with Brooklyn '
the Barons' roster. Lyner -going to to go poultry farming his 4;
that Hank Thompson may quit Dodgers was the manager of a various places, with the Kansas Anemia
St. Louis who bought the Black mother. Horace Stoneham, president of the Giants is trying to per-
baseball, butit is being rumored baseball club. Well, he was. He City Monarchs training in Jack- Try
Barons last winter is the first suade him, to remain in baseball and try for a comeback. Hank is
p that he is definitely planning to managed Nashua in the New England sonville. LU.Tech ,
white owner the team has had. still undecided about what he will do.SPORTING. to buildPATRONIZE
The Detroit Stars, owned by quit and go into the. poultry busi- .League in 1946. At that time

Ted Rasberry, Motor City sports- ness. Walter Alston the present Brook- I rod b

man who is putting a lot of Thompson, who once starred as lyn manager was managing Nashua -

money into the club, seems to the regular third baseman for the IT UP and,he had made a deal with r.S .

have prospects for a great team New York Giants, was recently Campanella that the first time he *

this season. released to 'the Minneapolis Mil- was thrown out of a game by an

The Memphis Red Sox, the only lers. He did not say ,whether he umpire, Campy would take over.

team in organized Negro baseball would retire whether he wouldgo Alston was eventually thrown out
or BY C. PARHAM JOHNSON of the greatest ball players to

owning a park, is still owned by along with Horace Stoneham, JIMMY BEECHAM. the Miami ever play in the game, to coach and Roy took over. That is how .

Doctors B. B., W. S.* and J. B. president of the Giants, who ask- boxer who,,has been making tremendous the outfielders and the one and Campanella became the first Ne-

Martin. ed him to stay and try for .a efforts to advance in the only Hank Greenberg to work gro "manager"' 11 years ago. Florida StarAdvertisers
Some former owners in Negro comeback.It with the first basemen. ANY NUMBER OF BALL
ring ratings gained ground re-
PLAYERS born in small
baseball became very wealthy off that when he 'in close ERNIE BANKS the sensational were
has been reported cently won a ,
towns. Willie Mays was born in
profits made as teams drew welL Thompson and field.manager Bill decision from the veteran Hdlly fielding shortstop qf the Chicago
Fairfield Ala Billy -Bruton
Included on 'the list are the late odds and Mims of D. C. Bee- Cubs is said" "ta"be the hardest ; ,
Rigney were Thompson The
Panola Ala. Roberto Clemente, Beautiful OFC Room
wife Effa ;
and his !
Abe Manley felt that he had not been cham is a natural welterweightand hitting shortstop in the'game.: He CovI I
who owned the Newark Eagles; 'given a fair deal. It is said fur- will return to that division is also called the best' player on Carolina, Puerto Rico; Wes -0'-
who owned ing, Laurinburg, N. C.; George THE HARLEM CLUB
_ Cum and See Posey ther that Thompson's pride was after winning from the veteran his team. Two years ago he set an
Crowe, Whiteland, Ind. Chuck
the Homestead Grays; the late hurt when every team in the Na- middleweight who has been bat- a1l- mt/record in home runs for ; AVENUEf* DANCING AND uSr'HIHG
Tom Wilson of Nashville and tional League waived on him. tling the best in the business for shortstops by hitting 44. Ernie is Harmon Washington, Ind.;; Bob 2703 KINGS PHONE FL 9-1458
Boyd, Potts Camp, :Miss. and the :
I ,/ 1' "This is like a punch below the 10 years. a tall slender, 175-pounder; with retired Jackie Robinson Cairo,
I', belt. I can't believe nobody ': powerful wrists. In addition to
just HENRY AARON, the hard-hit- Georgia. These men are major
LEARN TO DRIVE wanted me," Thompson said. ting Milwaukee' Braves' outfielder his baseball,'he, will also work a I
leaguers. You Don't
to Go Town Get
lerfeifWay show station. to to
Tke Chicago
Th Qekkeit who has hitS safely in every sports on a
Hank said money is not a fac HENRY' (Hank) THOMPSON. '
T. Learn tor. "I've g enough and we can game since' opening day appearsto Banks is- the sparkplug of the I former New York' Giant star is

AJAXDRIVING make money on the farm. But as be well on his,way to another Chicago Cubs.BASEBALL. I the one Negro player who has LOW PRICESOn

long as Horace wants me around, batting title. It is expected that FANS. do you remember played both in the American and
SCHOOL such batters as Willie Mays of the ? Willie Mays hit 51 homeruns
_ HI be here. -I National' Leagues. He was first
CALL EL 4-0639 .Giants, Carl Furillo of the Dodgers in 195S: Roy Campanellawas with the, old Si. Louis Browns. Your
,'Stan Musial of the Cardinalsand the National League's most
Later the New York Giants
George Perpena I
a few others will offer much valuable player in 1951. 1953. brought him into the National DRUG STORE NEEDS
1134, W. 5th Street Bascom Attempts competition in the batting title 1955; Jackie Robinson won the League.

battle. National''League batting title and
Boxing. Comeback KID GAVILAN, the former most valuable' player award in BASEBALL TEAM is far down in Trade. With Your Neighborhood Drug' Store

welterweight champion is not a 1949: Don Newcombe won 21 the league standings thus far. It

Watch This down champion anymore, but his serv- games,the National League most is hoped however that the team We Will Meet Any Prices Advertised

ST. LOUIS Wesbury Bas ices are in great demand. President valuable player award and the Cy will start clicking and get back
54-28-4 com, who fought his way into the of theTeamsters' Young Award in, 1956: in, 1956 at !in Your Local Papers
; Harold J. Gibbons near the top. Manager Mickey
471-19-369 inner circle of the heavyweight Joint Council, No. 13 !,the reported age of 53. Satchel Owen says he has the material to

division and then faded out of the has announced that the former Paige pitching for the Miami work with.From the games so far WOOD'S DIXIE -

__ picture completely, is making an champ is one of a number of Marlins in the International League the pit hers' have been working PHARMACY

__ i 4 +! 2 attempt to come back after a boxers being sought to appear ina was the minor's most' effective very well. The injury suffered by 1302 KINGS ROAD .t MYRTLE AVENU1

i. 1 7 three-year absence.At boxing show May 24 in St. relief pitcher and was seriously Ed Barbarito was. a terrific,blow PHONES El 3-3597-91
considered the
i, .S' 8 one time Bascom was the Louis. Other boxers who are by Chicago to the club. w. Defhrer We Ato fill AH Becfon* ,,.tuIc....
White Sox: Larry Doby the
local favorite and amateur light- being contacted are Virgil Akinsof
Cleveland-Chicago star made the PAY YOUR LIGHT WATER
37-46-69 heavyweight boxing champion.He St. Louis, Joe Miceli of New ,

started on the comeback trail York and Vince Martinez of New majors without a. season in the PATRONIZE BILLS AT OUR STORE
713-84-357 minors Minnie Minoso led ortied FLORIDA STARADVERTISERS
April 17, at the age 28, when he Jersey. The show is being givento ; __ ....._liL _. __ _.,,'..,
lead. in for
for the triples
t Somttimca ..s' .. met Wilbur Dilley in a semi-final benefit the Boys Town of Italy.

1 'SomstLms hi's down match on the Spider Webb-Randy BIG DON NEWCOMBE. the -
He mid*, nbtroctt card at the Chicago Stad-
He w.rk. It .11 ...... Sandy 27-game winner of 'the Brooklyn

ium.Eddie Dodgers in .1956 Is causing quitea Your Neighborhood Shopping GuideTraer '
MAY 11th .
FOR Yawitz, Bascom's man- bit of headaches in 1957. New-i! ,

74-19-21 ager, said fighterJias' been in combe just can't get goiag hasn't .
training for two months. '- been able io finish game during -

,I the new-campaign: Big'Newk has Where You Live Best Courteous
Near Treatment
been quite :liberal with his home Bargains -:- .
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If -
OsmS t '!- run balk. Manager Walt Alston -

Ja-. big maintains hurler his however confidence and still in believes the.- Trade With Firms That Cooperate With The Commuity

_ h.pi in tip-top shape. .,., .

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Cleveland Indians has come

Mays for his Score'share says of praise the Giants for Willie out- The 1tsI ia r JIX -- N BABiECUE!

: aa fielder is a good hitter and one '-. .
." ..u Y It.JV"i..1. of the best' all around outfieldersin ,_ For .' .. SINGLETON'S .

4-11M,-- the game. "Mays- runs hard all Breokfc tLunch ,After the Movie Snacks

time nd h really dangerous -' .
'It'.a t'L the ? Golden Brown SUPERIOR BARBECUE
on the bases, Score said. .
Fried Chick
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,. : should'be ready for an comers in
the current campaign. During Shrimp Ham 1 33rd at Moncrief RoadSHONE

f training season they bad such Bacon Sen awe EL 4-9102

; J \ baseball celebrities Red Ruf- Eggs. Hot Cake No. 2 Broad at State Street

'- fing, the'exYankeepitching ace, Coffee MflJc PHONE EL 4-9789 '
,' POSHER to work<< with the,pitchers; Joe
:, Sewell, former Cleveland infielder _____ __ .__ French Fr. Potatoes .N6. ;; 3 Florida AYe u. at let Street1
xbCe.. PHONE IL247 :
;_ ,. p to ,work'with the' infielders; :
WSIST( CM POSttB* PMf.. Y;; Steve;CXNeU, former ace>catcher ROOSEVELT BltU r%., 4 -: 700 Block W. Ashley
I" (AT YOUR( FAYCWTt WIll ...... with the Indians! to work out with '\.. iad1 JACKSONVILLE FLORIDA I
the catchers Tris'I Speaker,' the irt'CB1d on. ( .
a ; di ,
,_ \ drv"tore"'ets 1 trpNt I ." 10-: .- _, _, '
former Indian outfielder and one ,
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i Wa did not get all of the April showers to bring: the May flowers
.:.but well bet your life,tat May came in with enough showers of
its' own to keep us In flowers until December. j. Just out from P H.'I LeO
The residents of the Westsid \
'-oi town had to take to their row- the measure. We think it will 1

,boats again.It seems thai no one bring more,money into the area. '1
"cares how much water stands on We only wonder when will some
Kings ,Road and Cleveland and of the tracks in the area make ,

,in' the Beaver Street section near ovisJonjLjor Negro patrons. All New to i--Th *
: Shiloh Church. If ,the city does Negroes dQpot play Georgia Skin .. Way Keep
_. not intend to improve the drain- and numbers alone; some"like the
age in the Negro sections they races. When the track opens at
should at least hire life guards Daytona, many Jaxons of color
and let ,them patrol the submerged drive there nightly to match wits
areas to effect rescues. against the dogs. :
Talk of the town this week is Senator Morgan also voted for Meats Fresher !

the new type of gambling raids the "interposition measure which : E"
the local arm of the law is stag-i Governor Collins is against. We :
ing. Seems as tho a "door shaker''
to watch how
'I' must remember ;
he,is motor.iced __
(lathe uninformed a our representatives and senators

night watchman who peeps vote so that when they come _
for pay), reported a big poker throw
seeking our support we can _
game to the boys in blue.A flying _
their records in their faces.
squad consisting of the "door I oou a
Local sports fans are up in arms
shakera and
sargeant a couple
over a statement made by the
.: sports editor, of the afternoon 1

paper just before ,the Robinson- E
"Evidence"which the participants
Fullmer fight. Jack Hairston, in a
estimated to be around $400 was '
column bearing his by-line statedas
seized. One player immediately AIR ourr IN -
follows: "It is the normal thingto aeacwuta '
asked to be arresfed because he RUJU([JWOIt .
pull for the man of your own ? i ...
felt his fine would be less than
color in fight matching a white l
his stake in the pot. His plea was a r
ignored and the "defenders of the man and a Negro and I conform 11 Il LjTh ( II
99 per cent of the time but some-
weak" left without making any c_ ..
where along the trail of 146 fights
arrests other than the "dead presIdents' TT c'I
Robinson won' him self a fan in
ItGl1 tOCSat S -
they interned. Moral-It
this writer. According to this
ain't safe to do nuitin, no where.
writer all normal folk are
Last week some of the boys i and evaluate people on a COLD FLOW ru I
played a little game of skill in the basis of color. When members of 4. I FREE HL 4, I IAttend
rear of a pool room on the blocks the "Fourth Estate" who by their MEAT LOCKER

after the curfew hour. Again the profession are supposed ,to be .
law intervened. This time a lone strictly in the middle and are Keeps meeteloyf .
.wolf took the "evidence." Again dedicated to giving the public the longer qi I Down The First Anniversary Celebration of

only the green stuff was arrested. straight facts, come out and makea without freezing W.O.B.S. Radio Star "Deacon Melvin Grace"
the Duval
The Open at biased statement like the one The chilled airSowidirecthfirom :' .

County ,Vocational High School above, we can, imagine what the freezing coil to _: Sponsored by Jax Appliance Center at the
last week was a big Probably
success. man in the street is thinking. We the Meat Locker PHILCO It7$
the happiest person in at- also feel that the Journal''owes through a duct at National Guard Armory on Sunday, May 5th

tendance was M. Cooper "Barber"Brown. an apology to its thousands of the rear .'. .pro- ,_, ___O 8
The popular tonsorial artist ride ideal 38* at p.m.
Negro readers. This is just one :
won a beautiful deep fryer ttorrooaditlon. Exclusive In -
point in the argument of the Ne- ,
and cooker which was a door recommeaded by "
.-...- prize. gro press when it tells John Q. National LiveStock '57 PHILCO Marketer
Public of its program. and Meat '
A landmark around most of the I
About Town: Invitations were Board. '
r in town will be missing in .
., spots in the mail this week for the approaching ,- .:
"a few days. We are referring to Thayer-Schanks nuptial .. You Make Your Own Terms :

"Doggett The popular sailor is :. The wedding will be an '.
being transferred to Washington.Even event of this month George, 'i} Pay Weekly or Monthly. '
tho he is this base, I
leaving Ballen- $4.98 DOWN
Redd the Champ Ale and
Doggett's family will remain.. tine salesman is chuckling over IL. .' 1( I II I Jax Appliance: Center Has Its

We don't know his name but the fact that his car is the same j J II L Own Financing No Loan,Companies.
call him "Scotch Daddy.1That's '
color as Prince Malt's. We can :t Pay Monthly -:- Twice Monthly
the way folk in the Tropi picture both of these boys blaming Pay Where You Buy.
canna made us remember the host : the other for nocturnal episodes ." ; ." Pay Weekly -:- Every Day
of, a party given by one of the
Members of the St. Johns
of the NAS. The or Every Hour the Hour !
squadrons group Boat Club are making plans for ', on
: had the ring-dang-doddle'and the new rock bottom price en ". ; ..; -
"boai .o.eade.The
their first -
i whole thing at the Tropicannaand group is planning to take a short Ten". FREE GAS (13 Big Tanks) FREE INSTALLATIONFREE
had a,ball.The sailors had as r PHILCO Big LINOLEUM KITCHEN RUG
cruise: up and down the river. ,

-their things guests from about many town.of the, pretty Boating have a party Is the' and new return king of home.the R '4' JO ::: Giant family.tin Modal/ JOT ..

In an attempt to meet the Rock outdoor sports and the two local Down .H...49....Preaw e iI&ww
and Roll menace and educate the clubs,the Si.Johns and New Berlin e Do.M.Depth Stores*Door 0 AetorieUo Heir
.. younger set in the fine art of are in the limelight trying to ..4. .MUIr,.....holds. K ..... R Y.w......, J
"digging sounds," a group of local
win new converts to their cause.
r musicians are planning to stage .We understand, that they are ,
St.Jax Center PItoH El6-260
1100 Brutl .
a series of jazz concerts of just an I planning to have courses offeredin Appliance
hour's duration the of
on stages i water safety and boating soon. _
the local high schools. The initial i --

\ affair will be held at Matthew I ITnmvMLl'I 1OM I 2- !

Gilbert.The group is composed of ... Wilt_ OPEN, MON. & FRI. Stores in New York
Freddie Hill, Teddy Washington, !. 'TL 9 P.M. a Tampa Miami,
I I JacbonyUr.LAYAWA.Y .
and several other stellar local
MAID 5 days a week. Mon. ,' St. PetersburgFABULOUS '
t hornmen. Take it, from me, the thru Sat. Thurs. off. Must be
fellows can really'"whale." able ,to baby sit on Sat. night. I I' : I I
Rumor is that an attempt will $20.00 and bus fare. 9 to 5:30p. II'i.
-.' be made to "open the town up" m.Phone FL 93731. I I I
and that ban will soon get the ;

green light to stay open until 2 COOIC-MAID-To live on prem I I -" ... '
,a. m. We heartily endorse the ises. Gen. housework and care 'YI I
idea. Closing the, bars will not for 1 child. Health card and'ref.
prevent those who want the hard required. Excellent salary. Ph. I I I
stuff from getting it. It just opens EX 8-0519. Y
the doors for graft and for'crook I I I
ed politicians io milk those who
are in business handling'the forbidden I... F. lilt

goods. It is impossible fort
Two Room Unfurnished 1. WEEK BARGAINS \
places in the, county to make Apt.
money before twelve so the boys Near bus line. Very reasonable. I -
1321 W. Union Si. Phone EL
have to"pay to stay"and do business

,: under the table. Late closing 3-9679. I .C IN' I $4.98 Down
hours will pave the way for live SOLIDS
t entertainment and better showsin Modern Furnished Room. Single

this.area. Secondly: people will man preferred. $UO per week. I I I !'"'" =I : 1 ,
t have to their 216 Stuart Street.ANOTHER. -
some place spend
.. : ,money and all of us will benefit. I I
-. .If,the church folk who have'been HIT PRINTS Bob HudsonAND
thanking the dry fathers for I I -
keeping the townclosed" will AT RITZ

only open their eyes they will see :
that in reality the town is wide -<
.open. They should also ask the I Iii 45" ] : D
cab drivers eatery owners and rY I ur, cI 70 I[ Sugar Sugar Sugar

others how will later hours in the rj ;a.dI ,
; bars help them. k I
: It has been proposed in the .Silk ShoiitMits Scvlptarea'. Nylon. : CONING YOUR WAY .
; legislature to allow horse racing I 'Carnival Prhrts Linen tote .i
t at the Ponce de Leon Harness Ertr9.la.Te Crysteleftte -- '
racing- track. Senator Fletcher! dmabwr Seed Crepe Frets 7:00 to 9:00 A.M. .
f Morgan of this county is opposing j I ....... Print. HOBO PrUH .. .I ;
a.R N. Dealer Crepe Print Vehret Overlay
L t.,.e I SWty Pongee friottd NyloaRlhboa 6:00 to 7:00 P.M.
Net Printed ToffetoChockod :
Lots For Sale &r.eMu.; ..* OVER

t 75x100REASONABLY JAMES EDWARDSTop i .Eribroid.rea Mdiy <>Callas.-iCfed t ''eo.-. At $1.98 } I

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Sewage Water Portrays AnotherGrippief i I DACRON ,SILKI ACETATENYLON i ;
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tCALL With 'Robert Rye sad Aide Roy BURMIL SUITING "
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