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Florida star
Uniform Title:
Florida star (Jacksonville, Fla.)
Alternate Title:
Florida star news
Physical Description:
v. : ill. ; 58 cm.
The Florida Star Pub. Co.
Place of Publication:
Jacksonville Fla
Creation Date:
May 11, 1957
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Also available on microfilm from the University of Florida.
Dates or Sequential Designation:
Vol. 12, no. 13 i.e. 39 (Jan. 6, 1962)-
General Note:
"Florida's statewide black weekly."
General Note:
Publisher: Eric O. Simpson, Feb. 14, 1981- .
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University of Florida
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Material Information

Florida star
Uniform Title:
Florida star (Jacksonville, Fla.)
Alternate Title:
Florida star news
Physical Description:
v. : ill. ; 58 cm.
The Florida Star Pub. Co.
Place of Publication:
Jacksonville Fla
Creation Date:
May 11, 1957
Publication Date:


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


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

Record Information

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

Related Items

Preceded by:
Florida star and news

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totaling $100 hare been offered for information leadingto

the arrest of the person or persons responsible for the gruesome I
murder of a 12-year-old school girl whose body was fauna in a bush
behind John E. Ford School last Tuesday.
Eric O. Simpson, publisher of
.. pw..y the Florida Star announced I I tectives Capt. H. T. Fowler said

Thursday that the publication J! his men are trying to determine
would pay $75 for information'I the girl's movements after she

that would bring the killer to 'left home Friday night about

trial. An additional $25 has been 10:30. Any person who saw her is

offered by the Independent Civic requested to call the homicide

and Religious Association of dilvision.

f : b x' A which Rev. Z. D. Limbric is preSident A neighbor saw her on Kings

_L o. t9'' hza,. ,,:.o. N .::.:.,%.g hex, as organizations and priv- I Road, Sunday morning. The girl's
e- ate citizens are being asked to 'mother, Edna Ellison, reportedher

.y; contribute to the Reward Fund. missing Monday morning at.
sd' YlA 0o. CapL H. T. Fowler in a state- 10:45.:

ment Friday asked that anyone Meantime, aroused citizen are

having ,information concerningthe expressing sentiments ranging
crime is asked to contact,the from

Police"Department or the. office... oftbeF1oridaStai' 1. Criticism of the Police>7b.:-
:; : parlmenrV increasing'record.of, *
r The body.'of 12-year-old Em- failure la spire crimes in the Ne

melyn Ellison a student at A. L. gro area .
% Lewis School, was found behind 2. Pointing to the need for more
: :* the John E.. Ford School about policemen .

12:30: p. m. Tuesday by a groupof 3. Deploring the absence of Ne-

r "bo.r 0.f;' '}:e ..hh ltYA boys hunting for .a. lost,basebalL gro probation officers and truant
officers '
ao w V: ;@' r' ,The girl had been stabbed,twicein 4. Branding the erecting of a

3 fI3 the neck and slashed across her concrete .wall fence around Wilder -

body. Park as City Fathers' Folly n

..'%: The question of whether the in- 5. Censuring the police depart-;
v ,ty,8t. cident is a.case of. rape-murder ment for failure to clean up th'e'"ahiJ

remains a puzzle. e joints" in the area .'
Medical Examiner Dr. Carl 6. Calling Health and City officials -

Wells who examined the body de- to condemn the dilapidated
clined to tell Florida Star reporters dwellings around the Kings Road.
MURDER SCENES These photos tell a sordid story-of murder. In the inset at top left is photo of 12-year-old Emmelyn Ellison taken when she was 10 yean whether or not he found Davis near Third St. and Mt. Herman :-

old Below is her covered body, found half undressed as it was being removed to the County Morgue.At evidence of rape. area.
I top right Cap H T.Fowler of the Homicide Dirision examines briefcase note'book found under concrete slab.along with school book and panties. He also said he did not wantto

Photos at bottom show shocked curious crowds watching outside ,area roped off by Principal J. K. Argrett who was commended for his action. Note expressionof be quoted on any of his state-

painful disgust man in foreground shows. -Florida Star Photos by Eric O. SimpsonPupil ments on the question. STATE NEWS

un the other hand,. however,

Assignment Law Cleaning Fluid : Police Seek Han Woman' Is Cut On Arm lieved Capt. Fowler there indicated-was. "definitelyrape. he be- KILLED NEAR PAHOKEE IN CRASH ,

By An Ex-Boyfriend i PAHOKEE Joe Mims 57, .
Dose Is Fafal Shot Three Times She had been missing from her
: :
i Negro resident of Belle Glade
' Being Attacked in Case A fight which occurred at 913 home at 1024 W. Union. St. since was killed in an automobile accident ,
Police are seeking Johnny Friday night.
To '
Legioiaire U. S.
Caroline Street between a man on Highway :441 five
'H Wright, 37, .1435 Logan Street City homicide detectives said
.. and a woman ended with the woman miles south of here last Sunday
who was taken to Duval MedicalCenter the body had been lying at the '.
being cut on the arm by the morning. -
Heard Choate to be treated. for woundshe base of two concrete slabs for at
By Judge Frederick J. Sr. 62 of
Acosta ,
man between 9:50,and 10:05: p. m. Highway Patrolman R. L. Wetherington r
1735 Everson died of poisoning received after being shot three I last Wednesday.Ora least 24 hours. After removingher said Mims was a paSsenger -
times, and he left the hospital I body they found her note-
when he mistook the contents ina
"" Lee Oliver, 52, 1940 Kings in a car driven by Willie
WEST PALM BEACH William Holland, a local attorney, is ,. brown bottle he thought to be without. receiving treatment and Road told,Police that her "ex-boy book briefcase and one of her Byrd, 53, also of Belle Glade. .
attacking Florida's new pupil assignment by attempting to enroll asafetida and drank it. the doctors told police the 'man friend," Perry Harris, 50, came to fourth grade school books hidden Byrd failed to make the turn
should be In the
his son in a white school.Mr. Holland stated in.giving the reason for Before his death Acosta told hospital 913 Caroline Street and jumpedon under the slabs. in the road near the East Shore
Wright suffered bullet woundsIn ,
his action that the Northborp School in which he tried to enroll his Det. Sgts. Miller and .Jones that her and cut her on the right Whereabouts Sought Canal bridge and crashed into a
; the head, the right side of the Six homicide detectives and
six-year-old son has better facilities than the Negro schools and he swallowed some.cleaning fluid arm. She said they were on bad tree, demolishing the car. He suffered ;;
body and the Jeff arm.
charged that his son was denied his constitutional rights when he thinking it was asafetida becauseit terms. four Negro patrolmen were as- :--compound fractures of both
He was shot during a fight with to the Homicide De-
signed case.
was barred from the white school. was.in a brown container like Patrolmen F.Mack and J. Doe legs and was in critical condition.
Dave Glover, 40, of 2095 LewisSt. /
The case was heard by Judge investigated. Charles Varner also a
an asafetida .bottle. passengerin
in front of 2095 Lewis Si Jacksonville. Student
Emmet C: Choate of Miami whois are operating under the'pupil the car, suffered sever cuts and .
He was admitted DuvalMedical Wednesday May. 8, police records
conducuting a three-week Fed- assigameni law bruises. Wetherington said .charges -
Center. Sgts.Miller and Jones indicate. Rival Is Catghi Receives Nursing Cap
eral Court session. Also scheduled to some up are pending further investi i
investigated the case. DeL Sgt. G. T. Jones and Lt.
Holland told the court he vis- during the term: is .the suit gation.
R. B. Whittington were told by
ited the Pleasant City School for of fettt Negroes seeking to Acosta was 'a member of Mt. witness*. that Wright and Glover Aid Badly Bealei! HAMPTON, Va. Mary Ann ,

Negro children in 1953 and noted opea &e West Palm Beach Sinai Baptist Church, where he had had a previous fight before Eaves of Jacksonville,Florida was BODIES OF 2 CRASH VICTIMS

"insufficient lighting, protectionand Municipal: Golf Course io was active in District 13 and a meeting in the street Wednesday.It among the 24 student nurses who FOUND IN CANAL
toilet facilities." He said he members of their race. former member of the male-cho was also indicated that John .D: Livingston 48, 520 received caps at Hampton Insti- WEST PALM BEACH The

made ja similar inspection a year The suit to open the golf courseto rus; A veteran of World War I Glover was heard to tell Wright, Jefferson Street was admitted to tute recently. Miss Eaves is the bodies of two Negroes whose car

p ago and fund conditions worse integration was continued for with 22 months overseas service, "The last fuss we bad you had a the Duval Medical treatment Center wherehe daughter of Rev. and Mrs. C. R. plunged Jnto the West Palm
than before. 10 motion the the deceased was a member of received after being 1084 W. 20th Street.
/ days on a by city. gun. This time' I've, got my gun Eaves Beach Canal Friday were recover-
( There were holes in the floor The attorney who has been handling American Legion Post 197, serv-, and I am going to'shoot:youT beaten by4 man who chased.him Dr. Margaret Mead famous ed last Sunday ,' t

_ of fan annex .building he said, the.defense Culver Smith, ing.as'geantat- and captain ,. Witeesscs.iold the officers they from.,1033 Madison Street to the anthropologist and associate cu- State police identified the dead ,
[ andjfthe'desks were set very close recently was appointed to ..thecirCuJt .of the'firiBg equad.: heard four: or five shots and ajter 800 block: of W. First Street. rator of Ethnology of the American as Willie Ross, 37, and Leroy

together, Court and the city asked Survivors include his wife,'Mrs that Glover ran away.: Livingston told police a man Museum- National History Brown, 34' both of West Palm

Holland said he also-visited the more time to permit a new at- Dorothy Acosta; son,Frederick J. .named James? ran after him and delivered the address. Dr. Mead Beach. J
caught him then kicked and beat
Palm View School for Negroes torney to acquaint himself with who is also an adjunct professorat Two other men, Elvert Cren- '
Acosta Jr.; sisters, Mrs. Ruby A. Saks People To Meet him until he lost consciousness.He .
and found it in bad condition. the case. Columbia University and a shaw and Clarence Smith, strug !
of Detroit said the fight started over a
At the Northboro School for .Judge Choate said he felt the Sykes ,_ Michigan and member of the Hampton Institute gled ashore from the car when it .:
Mrs Ethel Spears Secretary named Rosa Lee Bicker-
white children, he said he found entire issue could be settled in Mrs Hazel Williams of- Lake of &.. 'oignnr. tioa. has an- staff.woman Board of Trustees,, spoke on the plunged into the 25-footndeep

an adeal'school for a young person half a day. Helen; .brother, George Freeman weed that a special meeting Patrolmen E. Hicks and J. Doe subject, "Nursing In A. Widening canal: ) en route home from Belle .

. to study in, with fine, modern Tve heard two of these cases Lakeland; and godchild, Carolyn of,fee Dural County Salesmen investigated. World." Glade 'farms. where all 'four .

. facilities. already, one Involving the City of 1.,.'Jackson.FUDera. and Read c Merchaat AM'B.wiM Miss Helin-Seller, chairman of worked. il
__ ; When he tried to enroll his Fort Launderdale', the other Miami be ,heW Sunday,'May 12. YourEditorial the Department of Nursing-presented .PATRONIZE ,.
: son', at Northboro. Holland Springs the Judge said. "In arrangements are 197 at 5 p. m. al: the LteeekiCtab. Pe the caps to the ,.student :: t "'_
_ ?'testified he 'was .notified thai i both ;Cases, I -ruled against the under the dirootioryof the Hill- Geif-and Cony .. nurses. Each student' was pre Fle"dsi: >

',.Pates. ,.-Beach. County schools- municipalities':? ?.' .., ?. "" man. -.Pratt..::. 'Fuaeral. .Home.. Spcelcs for Progress sented" Bible ,,, --" ; Advertise: ;4

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.r Yt. THI: FLORIDA 'STAR. Politics As Usoal :; : \

BY ERIC 0. SIMPSON : ;-, t
NEWS' ':: t.' 1 i

........ by The FterUa. Star PobHsKtefl Co.KMnns This week I received the following note which I am answering.

.- MaHIq briefly due to my physical handicap. : ",.- 1. 1.

.J\'" P. O. ... 561, JodESoBYitte '1, Florida. .. 'S : 1 .. 1635 W. 22nd, ,.... 4-3773 ,Jacksonville.Fla.k'
423 Breed Street, Jaduomrilie, florid ELftfe J" ,
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"Erie 0.. Stepson _.-____-_ -- @) "
,Leads Geteyard ___.._. .... I II M...... EdiNtC 5 -I Mr. Eric O. Simpson ,'. .-._ t
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;; *Rkhardsea __ __ Circaiatiea Dept. t RACIAL l Florida StarJacksonville .** .-; .., _t' -., 'i & -t.

r- Member of .Associated Ne&o Press COLOfcHATREp f Ic Florida f'
J Dear Mr. Simpson: K.
,. Indeed I was surprised at getting a white .to.mend
Year, $540; Half Year, 93.90; Three Months, $1.80 .. your surgeon
jJrUUed Te Yoo,-Aaywhere la the United State + r 4f the tendon on your hand-when you could have'so easily engaged pur 1
SttbscsJotieu Parable la U.I fT. Send Check or Money Orders To: r Negro surgeon Dr. Lansing G. Childs to do the job. Your articles \
j ll if every week indicate need of cooperation among the race, yet you

": ti + lr r violate your own teaching. .

; A Day \With i Jesus .. t d I -' I would like for this white surgeon to have- his picture placedin '
r your paper as advertisement as'Dr. Childs did when he arrived .

frl here in Jackson. It is strange indeed why you don't practice what

i-\_\Tin* care worn lady in her.fifties,waited out of thQ Bronx l 1 you preach. T
tenement building and sought the IRT Subway going downtown s w- q ,s p'rr Yours truly '

to her "day's work" job. As she got to the yawning : .i : Florida Hopson

,opening with the clattering trains roaring below, she'stoppedand :-. $ ; EDITOR'S NOTE: For your information, I rushed to Brewster

-purchased a local weekly gazette. The headline read"WE'LL I/ 1Y Hospital at 7:45 a. m. last Monday morning seeking medical atten-:

ItARCH'.King.8he; read the story slowly, spelling ? S ';" tion but was informed that there was no doctor on duty. I therefore

out"Ac: words asher biIo scanned the page. rushed over to Duval Medical Center where I was attended by a

At her job, she approached her boss, "Mr. Harry." He had white surgeon who immediately ordered an operation.It .

another name but she'd been in the household now for over .( .: 4 seems to me there are too many "Florida Hopsons" (as you call

thirty years and in the course of time he'd come to be knownas yourself) in this city who do nothing to correct any of the unsavory

"Mr. Harry" and his wife as "Mrs. Irene." conditions existing in the community,,but instead, only sit back and

"Mr. Harry' I'd like to take a day off," she,began. "When, r 3 :. wait to criticize people whom they think may' be violating. the

today?" he asked almost shocked. "No, no on May 17," she principles of Negro unity and cooperation.

hastily replied. After thinking awhile, he came back with Did it ever occur to you that there are over 100,000 Negroes in

"Laura, you know that's the day our little girl is coming back I this city with hardly a dozen Negro doctors to serve us. People

home from school and we need you here and thafs all'there T : r.r would die like flies if Negroes waited to be served by Negro physi-

is to that. : t 4. cians exclusively. I would suggest that you look into some of the con-

Laura looked at ,her boss of nearly half a, century and 3K __ 1 )5.jt ditions at Brewster Hospital There is a great deal wrong over there.
needs'me' in :much more
"Jesus Washington
calmly replied "Mr. President How Long Yfjll His Terror Go Unchallenged?"
than you need me here. If you won't let me go, I'll take the ,
day." The boss didn't flinch: "Very well"Laura, then as I i -
understand it, your'services terminate on the sixteenth." justified attitudes. The 13th and RIGHTS ACTION I
"Mrs. 16th are symbolic of the power of Felicitating Vice President Richard M. Nixon on his call forT
"Laura, what's all this I'hear about you leaving us,
that's the mind which can be applied "reverence ,for law and due process the National
Irene" inquired. "Well. I jntend to go to Washington, Your WeeklyHoroscope '
'''Ob Laura know where the more forceful measures Association for the Advancement of Colored People
all.?The reply was soothing genial, you Q
Can I would faiL Just work with na- a has expressed to the Vice President the hope
we can't live her without your'help. give you anythingto Guide _
that his recent declaration and his io the
: firm resolute ture.' report
help you get down there? 'The answer was .
*Thank ma'am NO." 4-20- 8-19-87- 427.LIBRA t. S President on his African tour indicate "that the
and proud: you ,
This is a fight for'man's rights that leads us all fo Washington WHICH ARE YOUR LUCKY PAYS FOR s:<:.r- : Administration is prepared to back to the hUt the

The lady, whose name we could not use although the BUSINESS LOVE TRAVEL : : civil rights proposals" now bottled up in House and

is valid showed that she was ready to stand ,-, .', Senate committees.
story absolutely Born SepL 24 thru Oct. 23 _"7
for her rights. This is important in view of all the arguments By PABLO, The ASTROLOGERARIES The things that are allowed to. ., ; :'. t J In a telegram dispatched to Mr. Nixon today
5' Roy Wilkins. NAACP executive secretary, con-
is for his
the rights. Using
advanced about how "ready" Negro arrive at their own natural con- e

Laura as a measuring rod we're ready. Let's go to WaSh- the that are how impellingyou clusions will not be as likely to 'S ; gratulated him on his civil rights address before I
urges .. the Joint Defense Appeal of the American Jewish
ington and SHOW THEM that we are. trouble you as those that are
Bern March 21 ihru April 19 forward.. Committee and the Anti-Defamation League of
Although the time has not yet 7-30-68-29- 5136.CAHCEB. forced. You may be goaded into B'nai B'rith in Chicago on April 30. In that ad-
Motorist hdiciei granting loans or making rash
Average come when you can accelerate the ''SImpson dress, Mr. Nixon warned that Americans must take
promises which would not be of
course of events, you should be care "not to feed'red propagandists raw material" with which to discredit -
Death U. S. ,continues to climb and the content with the _many advan- advantage to you, personally or
ca highways Born June 21 thru July 22 the United States in the eyes of "millions in Asia and Africa
finger of blame is pointed directly at Mr. Average Motorist tages they are nevertheless offer- You be tempted to enlarge financially, on the 11th. Go along that today are deeply concerned with winning or maintaining their
himself by The Travelers Insurance Companies in their 23rd ing you. The 12th continues to may with the more constructive forces freedom."
on your expenditures for social that are created by the 12th and
annual highway safety book entitled "Heedless Horsepower. provide encouragement to the and business activities, especiallyif The Vice President further.stated: "It is essential that we real

More than 40,000 Americans were killed and 2,368,000 in- Arians who are expecting a rise have made killing In recent the.'13th. ize that such civil rights and liberties are'among the highest achieve-
you : .
jured on our highways last year, according to the report,and In position, an increase In salaryor days. The 13th could bringan 860221923863.SCORPIO ments of civilized man. They do not merely protect the rights'of

'an analysis of these casualties shows that human error was .an improvement,hi the buying emotional,situation to a head, minorities against the arbitrary rule of the majority. They go much

the biggest factor in a big majority of the cases. and selling of goods and services. so allow -reason to ,predominateunder further and protect the very basis of human civilization for majorityand
blame dfor less than four cent The 13th emphasizes the impor- : Oct. 24,thru NOT. 24
Faulty equipment was per any.and all circumstances.The Born minority alike. Reverence for law and due process should be
of the fatalities. Bad weather prevailed in only 15 per cent of tance of being free from debt and secret ties or arrangementsyou The people who wield the authority among the first concerns of every citizen in a democracy."- 1

the instances. Accidents occurred when cars were going of maintaining strong financial have made regarding profits, are apt to extremely The NAACP, Mr. Wilkins told the Vice President, "has long sup-

straight ahead in 75 per cent of the cases. ties with associates and backers. earnings or royalties could bring touchy about their prerogativesand ported these principles and has sought to counteract anti-American

Some statisticians have attempted to prove that the dan- 110331231123.TAURUS unexpected gains. privileges. The 12th and 13th propaganda by efforts to eliminate the 'raw material' which too often

gers on our highways are decreasing. because the rate of 2-70-22-69-24-274, accentuate the personal good for- gives validity to the Communist charges. Our efforts have been
death per miles traveled and vehicles registered has decreased tune derived from your friends thwarted by the failure of the leadership of both parties to press for

sharply in recent years. Bom April 20th thru May 20th LEO and closer companions when you congressional enactment of urgently needed 'civil rights laws. I
-But the issue is the same now as it was 51 years ago when Do not be provoked into seek- have been deserving of it. Save 5 I

the keeping of accident records began. It can not be stated in ing a showdown affecting the You Born are July well 23 known thru Aug.for being 23 what you can when the circumstances ever. Your hopes and affiliations front.Do not attempt to force the

terms of numbers of miles or numbers of automobiles. At best family, your emotional interestsor able to stand ground even permit for future needs. receive another boost. You should pace on the 13th as this could re-'
these give us cold comfort. The issue is one of human life, of: the younger generation. If you your 6-90-55- 9-54-694. then obtain considerable satisfac- act to your disadvantage. +
against formidable odds, but this
men, women and children killed,or injured regardless of how: manage to get,..over this hurdle seems to be of a time for tion from your friends and club 7-30-44-29-43-734.

many miles they traveled or-how many cars they passed on without too much ado, you can guise and diplomacy.more Faith in SAGITTARIUS memberships, and this is fur-

heir way to their accident. count on the good fortune that is Born Nor. 23 ihru Dee. 21 ther enhanced by ''the 13th. The
"Heedless It is chronic disease of the Age: your good fortune will enable you uncertainties created PISCES ,
Horsepower: a represented on the 12th. The 13th The by steadiness display 'in
to take full of the fine you your
of the Automobile," the report states. "The disease of heed-!I ,also emphasizes personal busi- advantage organized groups through propa- productive capacity and economic Born Feb. IS ihru March 29
Sun-Jupiter trine aspect (12th)
less horsepower is highly contagious. It can be spread by an ness and public relations. ganda or underhanded methods takes
management on a deeper
which could mean greater prestige New methods to facilitate travel
irresponsible word, an inflated claim, a careless example 640553954645. could make it difficult for you to significance.
and increased communications and
compensation.The produc-
who is in to influence drivers should
everyone a position work up any enthusiasm about 9-80-7'1--89-76-986.
learn that horsepower in the hands of the heedless is the fun- Born May 21, thru June 21 13th urges'you to tnake certain your coming prospects. You stillh tivity may be attempted. this
that you have fully consolidated week, but avoid recklessness,
damental cause of our ever-mounting toll of disaster. GEMINIAs a v e considerable influence
and safeguarded your previous AQUARIUSBorn haste or controversies on the 11th.
long as know are which can be used through con-
you Jan. 20 thru
gains. Accept the hand of 18 The 13th enables to clarify
I doing the right thing you should fidential .connections and which you .
: friendship offered on the 16th. The possibility of a 'domesticrift your plans for the present and the ,
not allow yourself to become too you can turn to your honor and +
LILLY'S DRUG STORE I 240663965243. or broken alliances not future, but you must also allow
upset at what others are thinkingor credit.
diminished. the 11th.This reinforces
.. by for'your physical and psychological -
'Criticism 3-50-99-49-97
saying. may very previous promises of
pos which may not be
1907 Kings Road at Spires well be directed at you on the VIRGO' sible legacies and developmentsof .equal to established program.
11th. The 12th which ensures a Born 24 thru 23 CAPRICORN .1
Aug. Sept. beneficial nature the home '
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happy ending. Place your vocational The obstacles to the achieve-i Born Dec. 22 ihru Jan. 19
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Jacksonville. Beach Elementary >
*. Thelma A. Greene will narrate the Spring Fashion Revue School will present a >-The 59th annual..session of the

Monday evening scheduled to be'"held. in the Central' CME 'Church "May Festival" as its closing Pallbearers Grand Union, Stateof
Florida held April 25-28 the-
auditorium. event. The program is scheduled *\

The show will feature Americans on parade, emphasizing the for May 24, at 6:00 p. m.. in the. Pallbearers Temple 1902 Main
important part dame fashion will play in the'Sunshine State this auditorium of the School Street, Tampa, Florida endorsedthe
Rev. J. C. Sams of Jackson
season. The program will feature the
d ville for the of the
Mrs. Juanita. G. Wyatt is, president of the Board. of Christian y crowning of the "May Day" Royalty presidency
Education sponsoring. the show..' -- Queen Adrienne Heywardand National Baptist Convention of .
America, which will meet in September /
King Charles Cue. Butler
Miss Joyce Pauline presided over the meeting of the Junior t X 4z .>J Brown, William Kennedy, Patsy in Los Angeles, California. '
The Rev. W. R. Robinson
Seminole Culture Club :held last. Wednesday. evening with. Miss ; Yarn, Janet Bennet, Ann Miller Grand
Prisdlla Boston. 1496 W. Ninth Street: Constance Harris, Thelma Camp- President, presided over ,the sessions
.- Mrs. Essie N.
Reports were heard on.the whist tournament and delegates were bell and Margie Kearse will ap- Campbell,
1932 W. State Street
elected for the state, meeting, scheduled to be held in June. pear on the program ladies-in- was appointed
.' waiting and flower girls grand deputy of the Jacksonville
M N pages ,
Mrs. CX G. Williams. Mrs. Laurel Woodberry: and Miss E. M. M. S respectively. District and the Rev. G. W. ,

While were hostesses to a meeting last Monday,ot"the Seminole Culture The program will also featurehe Millet was appointed reporter for

Club. The meeting was held in Mrs. William home at 1846 ( plaiting of the Maypole'by the the same district .
Moncrief Road. first grade class, Mrs. L. E. In The session was -very largely
3y attended by the 225 lodges
gram, teacher; a balloon drill by
The Azalea Garden of the second Mrs. O. L. throughout state, and closed
Circle met Tuesday evening in the home grade class -
Mn. Rosa Lee Miller. 980 W. Twelfth Street, with Mesdames Rosa : .. Jackson, teacher; Bubble Blowing with much enthusiasm being
Lee Albritton and Bessie Johnson as co-hostesses. jjjj Down In Mexico by the third manifested through its member

Officers were elected and .the circle's forthcoming lawn party ..._ ..'......nnn..m.. ,__,_ n.'m.. grade class, Mrs. M. T. Payne, ship.session The total receipts of the
was discussed. -*jS3 4. tHjHt-LJtatfg. 1t" teacher; a square dance routineby was 1666941.

-. : OCCASION- ,.,. --Members- *'' ***' ....of. the, ,Westside" Valiant Ladies Club attending the re.cent the fourth grade class Mrs. M.: Lodge No. 114 won first prize
t ai.irsaiYcelebration heLl by. lhegroup,are as follows,; .. and the second prize was won by
Mrs. Lula E. Courtney of 1081 W. 12th Street entertained the L. Carter, teacher; bicycle drill
Cbjjuni Bridge Club:Tuesday evening in her attractive home. !.iteftjto right! ;...Mrs. Mary Preston.Mrs.Jpora L. Moore. .Mrs. Emily Nicholson Mrs..Milton New- pyramid building and calisthenicsby Lodge No.: 216. .

Mrs. Vermal J.McCune" resided over the business session, which'' sop, Sr'.Jf! .Dorothy! ...Bofllin,Mrs. LeliaMPoole t Mrs. Catherine Brown .Mrs ,Christine Hart_ Mrs. the fifth grade class, Mrs. J. C. The Grand President will be in .

was concerned mainly with reports on the club's recent bridgtournament Alms' Koorer*"**Miss'' Rosetta Gelsey. Mri.,Barbara Poole.. Mrs.. Beatrice Davis. Miss G Genera Hand andMiii Tossie, teacher; and waltzes and the city Monday, May 13, at Walters
>NelHe i Campbell; / Memorial AME Church. All
rhythm time by the sixth grade
Rounds of champagne, followed by a delicious barbecued: chicken class Mrs. D. M. Frazier, teacher lodges of the Grand Union are

dinner were served the guests prior to the opening ,of the business' William B. Langley, principal) expected to.be present
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meeting; Cousin Jill From Junction Hill Mrs. S. Slewarl announced that the public is in-
Mesdames Eleanor Davis Lillian Stukes and Viola Griffin wen! T vited to attend the, program, Saint Mary's Benevolent,,.Society -

t. la's' special guests. Mrs Davis received the lovely guest prize. to Be Presented which is the final event of, the will meet Monday evening,
New Slated
In Sianlon To Address '' -
Mrs. Vermal J. McCone and Mrs. Eddie Mae Johnson were current $school season. May 13, at 8 o'clock at 674 Florida

.among winners of club prizes.S.. Avenue. .
Brewsier Mrs. M. R. Collins conduc-
.... The James Weldon.Johnson Creative Dancers umjer the direction Group. New Students -
i h.' I. 10 '--I Stanton toress Mrs. Clara E. -
Mrs. Doris Glover Berried entertained with a bridge party last 'of., Mrs... Geraldine' Hilliard',, .will. appear. between. acls. of. ."Cousin ; Brown, financial
Saturday evening. Guests were members of the Entre Nous Bridge Jill From Junction roll,"to be presented on the sta"gSenior'High a of New Stanton{ Present RevueThe. secretary; and. Miss Evelyn -

Club.Doris; School.May 20,.at 8:00: p. m, sponsored by: the Y-Jewels. Mrs. Sara Scott Stewart, wife Style Jones recording secretary.

was quite a "leisurely" hostess, causing 1u h discussibn# The, three-act comedy, directed of President Willi n.B. Stewart

among'her club sisters who complimented :her wonderful: hubby on bi Charles Lenwood Lee, features I Engcigfeci of Edward'' Waters College will Homemaking Department Central Board Slates

the tasty: menu. the following cast: .. .,, ,._... '. ... speak for the Brewster Men'sClub of New Stanton Senior High
''Miss Ruth M. Broome and Mrs. BUlb D. Myers"Were high scorerS Mrs. Margaret Clayton Day as -r---- --, --- Sunday morning,,May" 12, at School headed by Mrs. Mary B. Dual l Events r For Sunday

for the evening. receiving first and second prizes, respectively. Jill, an ordinary ranch girl from y 8 J a. m. during the regular breakfast Mitchell,.recently presented "Col- ,
: TeXas who makes hour in the _Brewster Hospital T
an unexpectedvisit orscope Fashions for the Modern r
to her_ cousin, of high society i dining room. Miss. Stewardess: Board No. 3 .of

S3.Wedding Bells Art- Exhibit Scheduled inalarge, city. N Willie D. Cannon of New Bethel Thelmetia Argrett president of Central CME Church will .present -

Miss Hortense Jones as Mrs.I' AME Church will appear for the the New Homemakers of Americaat .the Glee 'Club- of Isaiah i

for For ,"Moth r's D y" At Ralston; Clarence. Von Bostick as second time as guest soloist Hew New Stanton. ,was mistress of Blocker Junior High School in a

-Applications MarriageLicenses Jeffrey; Ralston) ; Mrs. Delphinia.I. be accompanied by Mrs. ceremonies for the style show.'!. recital Sunday,.May,12, at 7 p..m.
A. L. Lewis Branch Y Me Brinson as Hallie Ralston; ',. Erma Bryant of St. Paul AME Mrs. Thea Milner, educational in the auditorium of the church.
James L. Madison, 1167 Salt William Huggins as Jeremy; Miss Chui c i. stylist for the Simplicity: Pattern :The group, which is,under the -

Lake St., Long. Beach Calit, age The Junior and' Senior High 'Coretha Wilson as Mercy-Kendrick The program Sunday,is the annual -- Company served as narrator: for I direction of R. T.. Hadley won

30 and Lucille R. Reed, 1407 ,E. Schools of Duvat County will ; Mrs. Jean Cobb as Judith Mother's 'Day observanceheld the colorful style review, during I first placein the State Music Festival -

21st St., age 35. 1 sponsor a MbtKer's' Day Art.Exhibit Arthur; Miss Ella L. Bronson as by the club. Gifts will be I which time students, in clothing at Tampa., ._
James B. Williams, 2076 Brady Jennie;; Charles L. Lee as Anthony classes modeled some twenty different The Stewardess Board. willcelebrate
; i Sunday, May 12, from 2 to given to the oldest and youngest
Court, age 21 and Vivian Med- 4 L p. m. at the L.Lewis..Branch Taylor!; and, "LawrenceCouncil : mother.. garments furnished, by the its anniversary Sundayaft

lock, 2451 El: Lincoln Court, age YWCA, corner Eighth and Calhoun as Wallace She dy. Simplicity Pattern Company for rnoon at 3:30: o'clock In .the !'

20, Streets.!., Tickets*are. *on. J sale it at V.the- YW- President J. Earl, Morse is requesting the occasion. church. A program will be presented
Mark Chapman, Jr., Route, 6, 'in CA and they may also be secured that'all members of the Models included Gwendolyn and. refreshments will be
Bov 189, age 21, and Mildred Deli- Demonstrations Gadget from members of the Y-Jewels club and-all mothers who find it I'Clark, Dora Grier, Mary Mack, served
Printing, Clay Textile, Pamtirig, '
fus, 5864 Monctief Blvd., age 18. Club. convenient to attend the meet- Mary Nixon, Gail_Walden,. Mar-
Jack Patterson, .Jr. 674 S. Lincoln Jewelry, Paper MacHe, Carvingand ing. Visitors are welcome.' tha Williams, Dorothy Coles, ,Ce-
Sketching, and Small Wood r

Court, age 23 and Lenora Structuring, will be .held during Soiher's Day -,-" ---,,,,,,,---.,,,, .,_,_. ,--,- celia Dawkins, Derrell Johnson, BOY SILL HINT '- REPAIR
Fowler, 3216 Stuart Si, age 18. Harriet Flowers, Patricia Harper,
the exhibit hours Sunday. The HAMWEY BROS.
Hezekiah Godwin, Jr., 2660LaManna / Nellie Smith, Helen.M. Roberson,
works will remain on display at Mrs. A. G. Smith of 2158 Sessions SEWING MACHINES
Services Slated
Ave., age 30 and Caru- Carolyn Henderson, Lelia Hick-
the"Y" throughout the week. announce, engagement Star
ther Manning, 525 Cedar St;Day- .J1'. '," '" son, Mary Dayies, Josephine
her daughter Barbara Ann 10 J4r. Sobs and S rvk* Since 1915
The exhibit. will be held in-con.j
tona Beach Fla, 24. Adams, Patricia Shelly and Mary
age it : I '
Walter Robinson 1802 Myrtle j junction: with the Duval 'CountyArt La1D'aSlreel. Willie M. Cox of Jamestown New Advertisers i Fulwood. 20 BROAD'ST. HT4774T.
Ave. age 26 and Estelle Abrams, Council with Mix Julia E. '
Robins and J' :Miss Agnes E. The Rev. Mr.Wilbert :B. Miller The bride-elect is:the daughter !""
W. 45th St 20.
1332 age Banks chairmen the af- pastor of Laura Street Presbyter- of the lateJMf'CharlieSniithV:;: 'Sr. S .
as co
1051 Ro 5' SS
Willie Jackson Kings %
fair: rffnJTT DanieH.Charles'Wai- ian Church, has announced services Mr. Cox is,the fon.of Mrs.Alyie \
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22 Dorothy Crumbley,
age. '" on Mother's Day as follows: Lee Coil of Mbnf Ala.HoD&wives' .
742 Eastbrook, age 17. don Miss 'uolle Lfttlejofin' Mrs.Evelyn. gomery., GAS RANGE s'EcrAL
School will at
Sunday begin
Barns MilitedHampton
Mrs ;
Willie Cohen, Jr.. 1018, W. 8th Mrs- ,. Lois Hart" Mrs. 9:30: a. m.followed_ ,by'the morn r ,

St, age 31 and Willie Pearl'Lee, Hazel ,B, Jenkins and Miss ing worship. The pastor will de- LeagueTo ."':.
801 W. Monroe St., age 26. council liver the sermon for"the,occaSion. Y 'i-.
Prankie Hamilton are Organize Wednesday .
Hope Beating 208 Davis St., members.Brewsfer. During the service, the youngest

age 24 and Helen Turner 1226 grandmother in the church and

Davis St.., age 25. the mother with the largest nUmber An organizational meeting' will
99 St Mothers: Plan of children will.be announced.The ., be held in the Clara White Mission :
'James Jones May age Building I .5-
[ two individuals will .receive Wednesday evening ;
23 and..Doris Riley, 99 May St:, $2995
a ie'20':' ... Series Of ProgramsThe '. fee.beauty treatment'at the Barbara May 15, ,8:00: p. m., for theHousewives'
'I. Spears Beauty Salon.
The Men's Council of the church Women who are interested in

Brewster Mothers' Club will prepare and serve dinner to becoming members of the organi-

h'StorkDeliveries will participate in Mother's Day the women and children of the zation are invited to attend the

activities at the hospital 'Sunday: church 'as- a special::Mother's Day initial meeting{ Wednesday eve- .., 4 .. ,

: by visiting all mothers who are token. The meal will be served in ning. -- 24 Monfis to Pay ," tY4
confined in the hOspital'aIid presenting the Youth Center, immediately The Clara; WhateiMissionJBuild-' "-; ,.;
each with a Mother's Day following the morning service. ing is located at 613 W. Ashley St "* :. ,* *" .' *>jalllt '
To Trade-In Allowances
Born : bouquet.'S '. Highest.. ; < ky -
q has also !
The group planned a .
track and Lillie Mitchell, llOfl- special program to be presented "Buy and Pay at. Harper's" !
Phelps St,. girl April 18. Thursday', :May 18J in obServanceof l I I 1 '

t I Henry E. and Lula Bush, 3625 National Hospital Week.ellCookman Hallite i 'obv1 r'Set' .

l Seashore Dr., girl April 23. The Darn 'Band 1

Donald and Annie Israel 549 and the Gretel and Genie Dancers Vaa* ,J' i&r :

Mikon St, girl, April 23. are.scheduled ,to' ,appear on: IRS Ao r ro FREE

Willie and Mabel Fudge, 1163 the club's annual program for the ,> ce_ UCrIOb 800X'

' W. 5th St. boy April 23. Pediatric w rd.. dHi.Y koluQ.d. d ..

t Donald and Nonia Daniels; 1622 e cos! 2 TANKS OF GAS,

a Payne*SW girl, April 23. .
't .Wll r er N. and Delores Carter, Wesley and Josephine Wiriiuns. ,, S
. 2928 Willow St.,boy April 28. 236 Elm St, boy, April 2l ilia pay.ebt$E t wwkb.8iMin9 : Si : I

r i Charles D. arid Joyce 'Driskell, Charles'and Doris Thomas 909. NfXT.i>alklTdaspl.s l IsstalliiioD FreePayments

i 4 6044 Zinnie- St.'girl, April,2(. W. 23rd, St,.boy;April 23. ?iU fi Npyt.bdMs. : .

i Andrew C. Sr.." arid Juanita John H. and Alberta Gaffer l..hd.f.d>t-ayi.ar.r G

Cudpo/157$ Clarksbn St.. boy; 4105 Etta St, girl'ApHi'20.YHI' ..*.t,my. M d IMNM.a......Do4 bs..d to 91 w.ic M* t :
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;"Saved Tt Serve" neae For HeeifFoirpoiai Verbena -.... Simpson Choir Slates Weekly Events

1.; W p7t..:::;. STx' :.;"F'!:?\tie: '>..\-::...cPr p _. '-...",<_.. .." ... -.. ....."._...>.._.......__ "Calendar Tea" May, 19

i: '. Workskop Discissioi fn.'ff'. +4. :.o'r.,..A 3 At Hi. Ararat r

;, .? Choir No. 1.of Simpson Metho-

Bethel Baptist ,Institutional Church, the Rev. Mr. Robert H. dist Church will sponsor its annual

W"11sqIli pastor, will be host to the annual Missionary and Educa- "Calendar Tea" May 19, The congregation of Mt Ararat

1 d' tional-Chautaqua of the Junior Women's District Convention. The from 4 to C p. m.. in the church's Baptist Church will accompanythe
one-day session will be held Thursday May ''16, beginning at 10:00 [ oCi. social hallSpeaker i -Rev. Dallas-. Graham to

.A.. ; for the occasion will be West Friendship Baptist Church t

? Mrs. M. K. Gibson, president of ; Ckrr;, .aw v.aaby 1 Mrs. Gussie Torrence. Sunday.May 12, at 3 p. m. Choirs

.the Junior Women and YWA Distract Choir No. 3 of Zion Hope Bap- 3 and 4B and Usher Board 2 will

Convention, announced that Baby Conies! To tist Church will appear on the serve.

the discussion would be centered Program, along with talented in- District meetings for Sundayare

around the theme, "Saved To End Sunday Night dividuals of the city, : District 8 will meet at the

Serve," and would be led by Mrs.' church at 4:30: p. m.; DeacOness

Susie:McGraw. Bethel Board 1 will meet in the church
'" At Baptist 3 Gilbert Sr. Glee ClubIn
A workshop will be ,held dur- YdC .. -- '. dining room; District 10 will meetat

ding which time, a forum will ,be 3rd Annual RecitalThe the home of Mrs. Ethel Bell
Piesent.The ., Home 754 W. Church Street
Mrs. M. L. Carter, president of ;
subject for the workshop District 15, of Bethel Baptist Institutional : ; ; r i ,t Deaconess Board 3 will meet at 4
will be "Source of all Strength," Church, announcedthat b : third annual recital by the p. m. in the home of Mrs. Susie

"with the discussion centered on the baby contest sponsoredby ; Senior Glee Club of Matthew W. McGraw, 540. Bloxham St.; District -

four points, namely, The Need of the unit will terminate at the e 9< ; z Hf ; ; ; Gilbert High School will be pre- 28 will meet at 4 p. m. at

Power," Mrs. Maude D. Hutson; church Sunday night. i r sented Monday evening at 8 954 W. Ashley Street; District 24
"Some False Source," Mrs. Maggie vV ip o'clock, in the auditorium of the will meet at 4 p. m. with Mrs.
Contestants are: Carl Spencer SM
Sloan; True Source of Power, school, sponsored by the. Student Juanita Ward, 1511 W. 9th Street.A
Mrs. Johnes-
Young, sponsored by '
God,"- Mrs. Essie Laidler, and 4 : Council. Mother's Day Tea will be
ton Young and John Staley; Risa
f "How May We Lay Hold," Mrs '( i The theme of the program is givep in the dining room Sunday
Darline Carr sponsored by Mrs. ,
Sadie Gibson. 'i "It's a Big, Wide, Wonderful from 4 to 6 p. m. in interest of the
Mabel, Carr and the Rev. R. W.
; Mrs. Annie Huff, the dean, will Y. World To Live In." trustee board. District 7 will meetat
McLendon; Leslie Dean Freeman,
.give the summary. She will also :; In addition to the 75-voice Sen- 4 p. m. in the home of Mrs. Jo
sponsored by Mrs. M. L. Carter ; .
teach the Bible lesson during the -- m Rosa
and Mrs. Evelyn Freeman. -- m.m I ior Glee Club, the Female Ensem- Jackson, 1263W. 5th Street;
morning session. A get acquaintedhour ATTEND REGULAR'SESSION Members of the Verbena Social and SaTing Club are seen in; ble and the Male Glee Club will Deaconess Board 2 will meet at

will be conducted by Mrs. the home of Mrs. Mary Gunn. 1460 W. Fifth Street.. as they attended a regular monthly meeting.Left also be heard. 4 p. m. in the home of Mrs. Lu-

Willie M. Thomas. to right (seated): Mesdames Mary Guna, Mary Brayboy, Beulah Lockett. Helen Jackson, venia Thomas, 725 W. 17th St.;

"*. The sermon for the evening Friendly Baptist Unit Emma Robinson and Essie Mae Anderson; (standing) Mesdames Mary Trueluck Fur Adair. Bessie District 21 will meet with Mrs.

service will be delivered by the Jackson,Lena Flournoy Bessie Washington CHdal Hockley and Mary Westpoini. Mother's Day Service Mitchell on 31st Street; District

Rev. J. C. Rogers, pastor of Macedonia States Musical' Program 12 will m et at 4 p. m. in the War-

., Baptist Church. The choir Slated By YTeens ren home.
Of Flowers"At
"Wedding St. Sets Southside Church
and ushers of Macedonia will : Philips The membership will accompany -
District No., 7 of the
serve. Y-Teens Lewis the pastor to Mt. Sinai Bap-
Richard L. BrownThe of the A. L. .
The Rev. Mr. K. D. Britt Will Baptist Church, located at 19th tist
"Loyalty Day"Father Sets Tea Sunday Branch YWCA have scheduled Church Monday night. Choirs
i and Pearce Streets, will present a
serve as moderator.
their Mother's Day Service Sun- 3 and 4B and Usher Board 2 will
Musical Fantasy Wednesday _
students of Richard L. day, from 4:30: to 5:30: p. m., in serve.
night May 22, 1951, in the'church Brown School will present "The ] T. Vincent Harris, rectorof A "Mother's Day" Tea will be the New Stanton,High School Li- A fish fry will be given Satur-

,Auaal Tea Set auditorium. The fantasy will feature Wedding of the Flowers," a one- St. philips Episcopal Church, given at Mt. Zion AME Church, brary. All Y-Teens, their mothers day at' the home of Mrs. Juanita-
all of the music students of
act operetta, Monday evening, has announced "Loyalty Day" for Southside, Sunday, May 12, from and friends have been invited to Ward, 1511 W. 9th St. District 18

By Sunday SchoolOf John H. Bolden's Music band Studio. May 13, at. 8 p. m. in the audi- the church, to be observed May 4to6p.in. share in the service. will sponsor an appreciation pro-
Appearing as guest will be
torium of the school 26. The entire membership is Four awards will be given during Mrs. Jerry Iszard, will be the gram Monday night for the leader -
the famous Dame}l-Cookman
FirstBaptist Concert Band. Flower groups, in a large cast, urged by Father Harris to partici- the event: the oldest mother, principal speaker for' the service, Deacon Smith. The program
form the wedding party. pate in the observance, which is the youngest mother, the mother which will also,feature music by will begin at 7:30.: District 6 and

During the program, promotion Musical numbers will be supPorted designed to seek the help of all with the largest number of chil- the Y-Teens with audience par- 15 will sponsor a contest May 19.

The Sunday School of First certificates will be awarded to by a chorus, and "The members to aid 'the church financially dren and the youngest grand- ticipation. The Ever Ready, Convalescent

Baptist Church will sponsor its forty-five (45) children of the Woodland Fancies," ab instru- for the summer monthsby mother will receive gifts. Club" will sponsor a cake and pie

'annual tea Sunday,May 12, in the Bolden's Pre-Piano class. Chil- mental aggregation.Mrs. paying all pledges by June 1. Mrs. Vernell Taylor and Miss sale for the month of May. There

Educational Building.Mrs. dren in these classes had no'previous Hannah Crittenden is Father Harris stated further Barbara Hicks are chairmen of Central CAAE Board will be thirty varieties of cakes

Minnie S. Thomas, chair- musical training or'piano ex- that the effort is being made to the tea.Zion and pies available.Community .
man of the program committee, periences. After a few weeks of chairman of the eventMemorial bring the financial obligations of Presents Fashions

has.announced that an interesting training in the pre-piano class i the church up-to-date since a

programwill be presented. Appearing they are reading'musical nota- Day Program large percentage of the member- Hope Deacons A Spring Fashion Revue will be Club PlansMother's

.. on the program will be tions, playing simple songs on the ship usually' absent from the city held Monday evening, May 13, at '

Mrs. Camilla Peterson Mrs. Clau- piano, using the left and right Scheduled By GroupsThe during the summer for various i Plan Anniversary 8:00: p. m. in the auditorium of Day ProgramThe

dia Jones, the Westminster Choirof hands together. The children had I reasons. Each member on the official Central CME Church. The spon-

the Laura Street Presbyterian no piano in their homes. The ages church 'roll is requested to soring group is Central's Board of home of Mr. and Mrs. Chas.
.The 28th of the
Church, Mrs. Edith Jones, the Mt. of these children ranges from 5 Lincoln-Douglas Memorial support "Loyalty Day." anniversary Christian Education.Mrs. Lott, 917 W. 26th St, will be the
Legion Deacon Board of Zion
Olive Trio, Mrs. Maggie Barton to 12. Association and the.American Serving on\ the Loyalty ,Day tist Hope Bap-: : Thelma A. Greene will be setting for the annual Mother's
Church will be observed
and Jerome Foy. AU parents are invited to wit- will sponsor a joint commemoration Committee for this year are, Mrs. narrator for the show, which will Day tea sponsored by the 2-G
May 44, in the church
The Rev. J. C. 'Sams is pastor ness this remarkable demonstration in Duval Cemeteryon R. R. Robinson, chairman; GeorgeB. Tuesday feature the latest styles .of the Community and Civic Club. The

and G. W.Scott is Sunday School : There will be no admission, Memorial Day at 4:00: pMn. Nairn co-chairman; Mrs. Ruth auditorium. season. tea and will be held

superintendent. but sponsors are being solicited. The public is invited to attend. Leapheart secretary; Mrs. Aneta Emanuel'The Bev.-S.Baptist L. Badger Church,,pastor will deliver of Mrs. Juanita G.,.Wyatt is presi- from 4 to 6 program p. m.'on the lawn.

Brooks, publicity;; and Samuel dent of .the Board of Christian
Lewis, treasurer. ; the anniversary sermon. Education and the Rev. Mr. O. R.
James Cromartie/board chairman '
; Jackson is pastor. Grant Memorial Board
along with the pastor, the Rev. .
The is *
public incited.
Club' To Present E. R. Simpson, has issued Invitations Schedules Special Tea

M cD U FF the -greatest ,name in appliancesAND to all boards and the public:
I :. Musical At to attend. Eastside Praying Club
Spring Mrs. Pearl
"' Eutsay of 1110 West

'c j :' :. j.,: : ;;:" Schedules Tea SundayThe 9th Street will be hostess to the

: : : Grant Memorial AME' Mrs. Buford Kidd i annual Mother's Day tea Sunday,

t' May 12, from 4 to 6 p. m., spon-

MAYTAG the greatest name in washers The Ypsilanti Club will presenta On Mt. Carmel SlateMrs. ing Club Eastside will sponsor Fellowship its annualtea Pray sored by Stewardess Board No. 1

Spring Musical Sunday, May 12, of Grant Memorial AME Church.
Sunday, May 12, from 4:00 to
at Grant Memorial AME Church. A program will be presented
., 6:00: p. m. in the home of Mrs.
Talented personalities of the Minnie Kidd, 'wife of Dr. during the afternoon.
GIVE YOU. THE GREAT Sr. ::.. will appear on-the.program. city Buford Kidd, is listed as one of Lovinia Oneal 1063 Palmetto St. .
Miss Beatrice Turner will be co-
:.4v Mrs. Catherine Reed, presidentof the participants on the Women'sDay
WASHER VALUE hostess.. Junior
the group, has extended invi- Program scheduled to be Missionary
A program has been arranged
;, EVER OFFERED !t ;! tations to all clubs to be present. held at Mt. Carmel Baptist for' the tea, during which time

.. ; IWlv' .. .,- be honored -
as they'will be _
:: day at Mt. Carmel, which is located thers will honored. ?
during the'program.
AT McDUFF- .Mrs. Loraine Stewart is i
: at 1500 Harrison Street. president The Junior Women's Missionary -

;.' Mrs. Kidd is a registered nurse of the organization and Miss Societyof Second Baptist

ON LY.-. FLORIDA BAPTISTSTO and, an instructor In the Duval Rega Anderson is secretary. Church will present its annual

:. h County Vocational Program.Mrs. musicale May 20, at 8:00 ". m., in

-E-'t 3 HOLD 'RALLYAT Rose Cleveland and Mrs. Palatka the auditorium of the church.
John Bolden will be narratorfor
Lillie Mae Williams are cochairmen -
QQ95 FLORIDA NORMALThe for the observance. ; the program, which will feature -
-- music students from throughout
Mrs. Louise Evans hostessto .
Baptist conventions of Flor- was the city.Participants.
". ,
L.'" With .":.. ida, under the guidance of their Mrs. Alice BurroughsTo a recent meeting of the HallieQ. include Mary Lou.

Trade respective leaders have set $30- Brown Federated Club. ise and Walter Lee. Mary Louiseis

000 as the goal they expect to Sing Sunday AtMt. Mrs. Georgia Crowell president a student of the piano,' violin '

.; .pq realize on May 23 on "Nathan W. Calvary Baptist presided over the meeting.The and french horn and serves as accompanist i
Single Lever Control Collier Day" at Florida Normal group completed plans fora for the small string I II
benefit tea to be held May 19 '
% and Industrial ,Memorial College, ensemble. Walter plays the violin.
:.. ,.Quiet. ..... Motor..- 44 P_. !, .*.. f. St Augustine. Mrs. Alice Burroughs will givea and elected Mrs. Lucinda Hamilton I i James Arthur Reed is appearing -
repeat performance of her an- to chairman of the
Sediment Trap The rally will aid the school in serve. : as on the program as accompanist -
nual mudcat'Sunday, May 12, in event.
its financial drive. for Little Miss Lee for her

Full-Size. Washer..4f .'' Y (-:. The Rev William H. Borders of Mt Calvary Baptist Church. at 8 french horn selections. .
*2 '\\.oo.f.; aHP* .it"' -. p.m.
.' Atla.1ta. the Other participants include Mrs.
GL, president FLORIDA STAR
Gyrofoam Action. Mrs. Burroughs is a member of )
: ,,, _
Camillia Peterson soloist
Georgia State Baptist Convention, guest ; -
Automatic :'. '.. the Mt. Sinai Baptist Church and IN EVERY Mrs. W. H. Stone Maurice Barnett .
Adjusting Wringer ,,' will deliver the' address for the ;
she will be supported by the Male
occasion. Rev. Borders is also vice and N. A. Green.
1 1-FulL.,Year's Guarantee, c.' .... PAY ONLY president of the National Baptist Chorus and Choir' 2 of Mt. Sinai. COLORED HOME The public is invited'to attend.
Mrs. Catherine P Smith and Mrs.
1 1-Fulf Yeas Free Servicef; ,. .. ..;: $8.25 invention of America, Inc. Victoria Terrell will serve at
'1 I .' .. !. A MONTH The Rev. C. A. Weaver of Jacksonville -
.. .. .'J/"" ', ..ft t-.lI' 'II" <( instruments.Mrs. RITZ I
'_ general
J : ; ;_.'. Gussie M. Paige,, sponsorof .
.\. ..:'." the rally.District. the recital, announced that FOLKS-DO NOT BE MISLED --- REGULAR FIRST RUN. PRICES

: :' hostesses from Mt Calvary, will -MOW THROUGH .WEDNESDAY MAY 15th __
JOg W.'r .,..
," : To Meet serve. .
r -.::
< "WW6S' OF '
'A : 'J 't:) ; ,, :::..
Sunday At 4 p.m.
ftcktag ,Tartan Barbara_ Stanwyck Sterling Hayde
District No. :13. of Second Baptist "CRIME Of PASSION"
: Church will\' meet Sunday, ,_my 11I.11II1

Cor. McDuff & Edison -- May 12, at 4 pj m: in the home of A doctor rarmulaKblng aatlsepfete STARTS THURSDAY. MAY 16 '

J .:f! Mrs. M. L. Wright, 521 W. Zeaii i i uiigUa.relieves tee WJNNER OF 10 ACADEMY AWARD NOMINATIONS'

; 2068 Blonding Blvd. 2920 Main Street 1064 Arlington Plaza Church Street itch burning of JSkin" Rashes "(IANT'1 (m Hour Show)
Officers of the District Ec: ma, PIT'R" .4h-
1917 Kings Road .5205 Beach Blvd. 6119' Norwood Ave. -. are: 4t ;ewi 11. r urrocb-
Robert Folks Relax In
a Givings, leader;Mrs Ollie ...jPMtfilii Fireproof Safety ? .
K r A. Stewart, ;president; and, the of'lWlkt81 zenw Our Floors Are Concrete
Rev. K. D Britt, pastor. '



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Stftar&r, Mar 1Y, 1957 TNT JlOBfiA J'tM.' try FTrt

I: NAACP Unit Protests "Make-Shift". Junior College/ : p I


Brewster Mothers' Club Mrs. Aldonia C.: JoynerTo

"A Very File Facility Already ..........
"""''II"""" "' Deliver AddressMrs. r

Ii Operation," Mr. DMBB Says 1

Aldonia Joyner, princi-
ST. PETERSBURG The St. Petersburg NAACP branch has ; pal of Richard L. Brown School .

I. protested a "make-shift junior college" for Negroes.bnly which the R will speak during the eveningservice

Finellas County school board is reported to be preparing to establish at tit. Carmel Baptist

in a local high school. j/ Mr: J Church on May 19. '

A letter sent to the board last VIw Mrs. Joyner is a member of the

week by F. A. Dunn, president of JWJ BAND RECEIVES L I Is Ephesus Seventh Day Adventist
the St. Petersburg NAACP unit, Church and affiliated socially

.asked for an integrated junior "SUPERIOR"The RATINGS ; .j.jRi with the Delta Sigma Theta So.

college in St. Petersburg as an alternative rority. She will be introduced by

to the school board's Mrs. Hazel Argrett.
Band of James Weldon
Other participants the
plan.Mr. Johnson Jr. High School receiveda program
Dunn termed a segregated include Mrs. Mary W. .
at both the
junior college in the high schoola "Superior" rating Stephens as mistress of ceremonies -
cost'totaxpayers. district, (Alachua) and state (Orlando -
of "enormous
measure : ; Mrs. Prlscilla Smith, music
band festivals this
) year.
director, and Mrs. Alma Cook, *
Bands are not rated on a com- A Up of the Pepsi Cap U
He called the present St.Peters- Mrs. Alberta Duncan ,and Mrs. these ontstaadiax yearn
petitive basis at these festivals, *
burg junior college "a very: fine but how certain selections are Frances Washington program directors Americans who nak e.r
facility already in operation" and on .. .i country and ear ccnraulty
played.-They are, graded for con- a better place la which to tttr*.
asked:'"Would it not be better to, cert playing ability, marching Services Sunday, May 12, begin *

use the one hundred and fifty i ability and sight reading ability. with Sunday School at 9:30: a. m.
thousand dollars or more there Selections played for comment with superintendent David Wash- * *

and have all students attend?" by the James Weldon Johnson ....,-- .. ._,- -- -- ington in charge. *

"Considering the type of intel- Band" were:, "King Cottons' Themorning worship} begins fct t .
VOTE OF CONFIDENCE. TAKEN Mrs.-J. E. Daris. president of the Brewster Mothers' Club *
ligence and fairmindedness repre-, March" by Sousa,:"Mountain'Majesty 11 o'clock, with the deacons of
of the in her home
was,hostess to a recent meeting group fceld on Striven Street. Mesdames Maeola
sented in this Florida's most Yoder and church
Overture" by the conducting the serv- *
Robinson and Marlene Hagans were co-hosiesses. The group voted to support Mrs. Hagans In her effort -
progressive county, integration in "The Traveler Overture" by But- to win the "''MJu* Brewiler" contest. ice. The pastor:) the Rev. C. C. *

i a higher education" should normally cheL Left to right (seated)* Mosdames'E. Rhuneite Treeman Estella 'Burden, Maeola Robinson Mar Daniels, will deliver the sermon. .
here Mr. Dunn continued.
begin Ernest R. Wyatt, Bandmaster at lene Hagans Alma Watts and Fannie M. Jones:' (standing) Mesdames Gladys Hunt Clara Carter. and BTU will be held at 6 o'clock .
"It should not be necessary in JWJ, announced that special Jimmie E. Daris. with :Mrs. Bertha Atkinson and *

Pinellas County that legal action "Superior" rating was given to I Mrs. Verdestine ,McCants in

must be taken to bringabout each of the following students charge. *

compliance to the decisions and George Knox, (Alto-Sax). The net). SECOND EXPOSITION Railway i Employee Held >" 1 *
rulings of the Supreme Court of ,
Woodwing Choir: Alvin Hampton, band under i -
The marching was M ? "
the United States. The courts Elijah Hamilton, Yvonne Mc-' *
'be the_ leadership of Melvin Jones, PLANNED BY COUNTY For Man Stanton t seniors--
have ruled, and if it must Cloud, Roberta Bacon, Bb clarinets Shooting *

they shall rule, again." ) and Zeta Gibson (Alto clari- drum major. RETAIL ASSOCIATIONPlans I
r .
,1 Plan TeaEach
a ST. AUGUSTINE A 31yearold -] Special Matthew W. Gilbert *
High School
for the second expositionof lumber company employee
Pepsi-Cola Bottling Company *
the Duval County Retail Mer- was fatally wounded Tuesday and Pepsi-Cola dealers -

Thank You Florida Star Readers! chants and Salesmen Associationhave night after he shot his wife, year the June graduatingclass to Betty pay tribute Jean Gross this of week the *
been completed with the Idella, in the leg. Deputy Sheriff of New Stanton Senior High 10B-1 class She is secretary

celebration beginning May 13 and Noah Carter said witnesses told School holds a special musical tea class of treasurer the School and Patrol an *

continuing through May 19. him that Allen Harold Murdaugh on Mother's Day, inviting mothers'of honor student. She Is a *
member Tabernacle
: Last Week We Advertised a Line 01! Refrigerators Isaiah Jones is chairman and ,shot his wife during an argument, students in the class as well as Baptist Church. *

I George Redd co-chairman of the then Murdaugh was shot, twice others connected with the schoolto *

and Because of Your Response, We event, which, will be climaxed with a pistbl and died instantly attend as honored guests. This ** *

with 'a big show at the Lincoln Ernest W. Arterberry, an employee year the event is scheduled for *
1 I Sold Oul Oir ENTIRE STOCK Golf and' Country,Club Sunday of the Florida East Coast May 12, from 4 to .6 p. In., in ,the *
is held in
evening, May 19, from 2 to 9 Railway., being con- auditorium of the school.
o'clock. Radio personalities from nection with the shooting. Car- The program will feature the *

both WRHC and WOBS are'sche- ter said he found the' gun in organ class and piano students of

.,- :' ,. TO SHOW APPRECIATION duled to provide music_ for the as- Arterberry's pocket shortly after Mrs. Lillian T. Robinson. *
sociation. Products of the various he arrested him. _
Muriel Thompson, Addle Mills,
WE ARE OFFERING THIS WEEK salesmen will be on display.' and An inquest is being' held in connection Belva A. Burney Larlita Gavin, t
with the death.
door- prizes will'."be given away. Geraldine Belcher, Jacqueline

: 1 4 J. D. Brooks is president; Isa- Madry, Lydia McDaniel, John *
iah Whiter vie: president; Mrs. WEEKLY NEWS FROM Bradley, Kate Sams, Lagretta .' .

.. FLORENCE Custom Deluxe Ethel Spears secretary; Mrs. Bray, Miriam Burney,. Cecelia
Sarah E. Cruse acting secretary; FRIENDLY THEATRESLuxurious Dawkins, Thelmetia Argrett, >* :';Jt
Joe Garnett, treasurer; and, Josh Edith Witherspoon, Annette Har- ,

Hillman is chairman of the entertainment per, Gloria Reliford, Shelia Col- YVONNE WEST

: '. GAS RANGE .committee.* The group new seats for the lins, Serena Joyna and Charles Junes Weldon Johnson
banded together in May, 1955, to '
scheduled to
Strand Theatre are on their way! Sampson are Junior men school *
..: ..,:t! .. form an association :.for the pur- finest pate on the program.
The in the world, and' they
A salute is made to Yvonne -
i v'With: Cast Aluminum Griddle >' pose of educating and developingsales should be installed within two or Faculty sponsors for the tea are West of the 9-11 class.
She is honor student
t ;; .techniques: members im- three weeks! And speaking of Mrs. M. B. King, 'chairman; Mes- *. vice president of her class
;- ____________ proving public relations, and acquainting and a member of the
miss T.
-- .. -3 >. the Strand, don't the big all- dames Lillian Robinson, RuthB. *'' Rover girls. She is affiliated
,. < the'public with the with the Grant Memorial -
:: all-technicolor Cinemascope Timberlake and Mary F. Cole-
., i ; particular products and services bill on tap Sunday through Satur- man. AME Church.

: ; ::1i that the. respective,salesmen** represent day, May 12-18: "THE KING ** * .

? ..,. '' .. .: 'r AND FOUR QUEENS," starring many requests, will show the '!
t' ::.. Clark Gable, Eleanor Parker and Elvis Presley film, "LOVE ME ;11 *

1 i; .t\f.. ;.,... ";.,_ BelhuneCookmanNames a bevy of beauties. It's top-notch TENDER," on Sunday through pA',. N P .
t western ,drama with scenery to Tuesday, May 12-14, ,and with it
; ;; l l'l: please all ladies and gentlemen. "THE SPOILERS," starring ,Jeff .
; SpeakersAt Co-feature is a socko action .
j :9J > Chandler and Rory Calhoun. wr

i. .: drama, "LISBON" starring Ray Enjoy the friendly theatres, .
... i' : .Milland and Maureen
Commeacemeii gorgeous "STRAND, ROOSEVELT & SKY-
:. i' I. O'Hara. ... *

: '1i :> to g, s ;: -- At the Roosevelt on Sunday VIEW. *
;Fib The Commencement Committeeof through Tuesday, May 12-14, an- Yl. ,
;. ::. y' Bethune-CookmoLn other pair of great first run 'at. i y 1-
i College announces GETTING UP NIGHTS
I : .a '-fI\'. \ Baccalaureate and Commencement tractions: "D A N I E L BOONE,
-- J "o o'Ii If worried by "Bladder Ue kne s" toga *
v-, ,Speakers for Sunday, TRAIL BLAZER, a western in flat Up Nights or Bed Wetting too trtqutat -
ii-" ', burning or tuning orinmtion) or
technicolor that is real crowd- *
'Ii t '; .- May 26, and Monday, May 27, respectively a Strong Smelling Cloudy Urine dun to
: "MAN common Kidney and Bladder Irritation
pleaser, plus IN THE
: try CY8TEX for quick neto. 30 Tears UM BROWN *
VAULT," suspense thriller.. prove gaiety for young and old.Ask druggist -
L. Scott Allen of the
Dr. Editor
for CVBTEi wider money-back guar
j iiii : : ..: Central Christian Advocate Kew The Skyview, in response to antee. Bet bow fast yon tanprer Matthew High W.School Gilbert .
1 : t _
"' k..., Orleans La., will deliver the Clarence Is a memoer of *
: Baccalaureate Sermon on Sunday, I the senior class an honor
t ,. .. / student a member of the *
... l u T A May 26, at 3:00: P. M. in the physical When In Need Call Student Council, and vice
;,. education building.Dr. president of the senior *
'- \ WALTER J. LIMBRJC) class. She Is a member of,
; Allen is a graduate of Clark the Junior Usher Board, .

: i \.. ti." College, Atlanta, Georgia, with a BONDING AGENT Elgin( 3- 776 of Mt. Zion AME- Church. 'I,*
: *
.. B. A. Degree and Gammon Theological -
=- Seminary with a D. D. De City --- County. -:- Beaches- Federal,
J * *
gree. He studied further during

rt the summer at Garrett Biblical I 396 East, Beaver St. Jacksonville, Florida .,Congratulations frees 'P.,., I

This Is Bio Doubt Due of the Finest Institute and completed the Residence Phone: Elgin 4-3867 Cela to these. three Merit
course oi study;for the.M. A. De-. Award winners I

gree in Christian Doctrine.Dr. : ,Listen to the Pepsi Merit
Allen was leader of the SUN. SAT. MAY 12-18 JI Award salutations en Pepsi --
N STRAND Teen Time, WRHC, 1400
Gas :Ranges Made. For .Only delegation to the Methodist Gen- BENEFIT BETHUNC-COOKMAN: ALUMNI on your dial Satvrdeyt 3 '

eral and Jurisdictional Confer- to 4 ,... Dattinf t
ences of 1956 from the Georgia & KiNG OF EVERY GUN f Wilder Park Reereatte .,I
Admission' Free.
Center._ ;
Conference. ,He. is well preparedand *

Installed with one of the most outstanding i f THE WEST! r14%' a i:
t Lay 9i a Task 900 ministers in Methodism.The ". .

$20995t of Gas Commencement Exercises ,.
w' ; The Story or Proud, l ,
M will be held on Monday, May 27, '
"t" ,1. iVlolmt u4(ioW.HUD1 T=.. -
i at 10:00 A. M.,when. 144 seniore t ..,,':", 4" ,DanKekoevho -s awl :
BALANCE ON E-Z TERMS ... WE DO OUR OWN FINANCING will receive: degrees. carried hell *

Dr. Marquis Harris Presidentof Ja Us holsters! *.,
OPEN A CHARGE ACCOUNT TODAY -- Philander_ Smith.eon ger Little
Rock Arkansas win deliver the

Commencement .Address.Dr. ,'; ;

., Harris received the B. S. _
FICothpy: Degree from Clark College, Atlanta S ,

DAVIS I ,.Georgia: ;,B. D. Degree from Pepil c...

St WweVELMTJl Gammon Theological Seminary, 2 '
) IN load -: m.UEZlI Dealers ef?
i Atlanta' Georg as., T. M., Degree tlsz zC # lockseevtlleRefresh ,.
from Boston University and the

W OPEN UNTIL 9 fBIllAY'lGlITS PhJX,Degree from' Ohio State U. COLOR?+nwgeot by CfeUwa$ Plus Ray Mfflcmd "LISBON"1st I '
Dr. Harris is one of the out- a.w.c In 0 M bfeO

standing educators and administrators Run I -.-- Regular Prices I without trUmr hare ft Pepsi :,
... :. I Ior of our modern times. I' ; r

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; 'a..SIX I -7S #WPlDA STAR .SQterdar,.MaY' iJ"S7It' :

It'' i" -News: Of +Interest {From AH: Sections Of Beautiful Florida :\" I

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., c ,', jRutnam I County News Florists :IH. .!:.p ;F.rCenv..eeet. ;_ sn I Harriett Witsell' Has Leading Role In Operetta I

.. V-- Harriett M. Witsell a memberof dolyn Lang> Earline Toby, Joseph_

D.'_ BY E. J. VREEN the June graduating class of Saunders, Allen Jackson, Elmore

." : .633 Madison Street, Palaflca Florida. New Stanton High School, will Sullivan Sue Matthews, Leon

: Phone East 5-3025 'rC" play one of the leading roles in Ivory and the members of the
fa:-** -
,. ., '.. : -4 .1 j the Glee Clubs ,presentation of glee club, as natives guards
: *, "The Belle of "
: ... -v*+ A THOUGHT FOR THE WEEK Bagdad. oper- tourists and dancers.
,, : etta will be presented at 8 p. m.,
When the judgment is weak the.prejudice is strong. ____ The Glee Club is directed by
in the school's auditorium.
0-Hara Mrs. Alpha Hayes Moore Songs
,Miss Witsell will portray the
Y '
that will be featured in "rileI
r ",.' Last week we invited Mr. George Holden to be our guest to role of Mrs. J. Horace McCann, I Belle of Bagdad" include "From

the'movies. the new American consul to Bag-
Lands Afar, "I'll Never Forget,
ThIs week invitation dad..Ernestine Flowers will play
our goes "Hail to the Mighty Potentate,"
out to a 'young man who lives 3 p. m. All of the Mothers.present the role of Elsa, Mrs. McCann's "Bow Down," "Dreams Will Come

.across the St. Johns River. He is will be given a gift at the 11 daughter. ,
one of Putnam County's most o'clock services under the direc- J :L Others featured in the oper- True Someday, "A Couple of

prominent civic and business men. tion of Mrs. Rutha Mae Caley. All i etta are Glorida Reliford, Albert Aviators" and "The World is a

He is a member of Mt. Olive AME members are urged to attend. Reliford, Barbara Pierce, Gwen- Very Small Place."

Church in East Palatka. His home
in-Georgia has the same name as Mrs. A. P. -1- F. s. rv
that of a city in Greece. He and ; ,= .. L1

his wife operate a very fine busi-I Passes AtJHamptonHAMPTON t.N. __ Ic Melvin GraceAND

ness. Now I am sure he knows {: .
this is meant for him and if he -

will contact me I will give him Va. Mrs. Annie K..' k rT '

two passes to the movies so he Pride Washington of Gloucester,

can take the wife. Va., aged 78, died in Lincoln Hos-

pital at Durhamb N. C., on Sun- )tr. i THE DEACON
: '
Mr. Ernest Brown; and his cou- day, April 28. ._ ,4 M w j i

sin Mrs. Eartha Collins motored Mrs. Washington was the widowof "
;:.to Tallahassee, last Sunday to the late Major Allen Washington GUIDING% YOUR WAY

visit Mrs. ColHn's son, Carl, who who was Commandant of
: is a student at FAMU. Cadets at Hampton Institute from PLAN CONVENTION Officers of the International florists Association. Xnc. met in Washington
0eto 12:00 A.M.
19161930. recently to round out plans for their conTention to be held here July 7.10 with headquarters at
The friends of Mrs. Willie '
Survivors are three sisters, Mrs. Hotel Statler. The Washington :Flower and Garden Guild. Int. will serve as conTention host. Shown '

ton are glad to see her able to beup Bessie Tucker of Philadelphia, here from left: Evelyn O. Chisley, executive'secretary, Washington Flower and Garden Guild and 1:00 to 3:00 P.M.
and out after being ill
again Pa Mrs. Rebecca Bowling of convention chairman; William Perry, of Miami Association president and J. Wesley Lee. Pittsburgh

for several days. Norfolk, Va. Mrs. Shirley Martinof Association secretary. Monday thru Saturday

------- ,Philadelphia, Pa.; one brother,

_..surgery Mr. Willie last Wednesday James underwent in the Va.Walker, and Pride several.nieces of Charlottesville and nep-, Beihune' Cookman Schedules Annual St. Mary's, Georgia OVER

Flagler Hospital in St. Augustine, ,hews. *

,.speedy Florida.recovery.Friends wish for him a Funeral and burial services Career Conference Friday Hay 17 YOUTH PROGRAM

were held--at the grave in the Elder G. Hughes will deliver WOBSJACKSONVILLE'S

Hampton Institute Cemetery, the address for the youth program
The friends of Mr. Andrew
The Second Annual Career Conference for senior high school
I with Rev. George S. Russell offI !- scheduled to be held Saturday,
Walker who recently came home: students will be held
at Bethune-Cookman College, May 17, 1957,
ciating.: May 11, at 8:00 in the
p. *
'from New York City, will be glad I according to an announcement by Benjamin L. Mathis, Director of Church of God Auditorium. ONLY ALL NEGRO

to know that he is improving.Mother's Student Welfare at the College.
WOBS Evangelist R. L. Lambert will PROGRAMMED

The Career Conference is a serve as master of ceremonies.
will be observed
Day PROGRAM' SCHEDULE medium through which the Col- STUDENTS FROM JAX Appearing on the program will ,
Sunday in the Mt. Calvary Bap- 1360 ON EVERY RADIO DIAL"NOW
lege is able to give guidance and be the Golden Voices 'Gospel
Sykes -
tist Church with a program. The UONDAY-FBIDAY SCHEDULE .- ...- .. -.. -. .
direction to high school seniors ON HONOR LISt -
FAMU Singers, Sisters
Mynes Waye
Red Circle Girls will render a IOO-U Sip On .. .. .., ,;',
42W News & Weather throughout the State of Florida, Singers and the Logan Specials. II' :: I : : : : ::
and the McCall Gospel
program IOS- 7:00 Heayen'i Road (Deacon I
who are seeking higher educationand
Grace) ,
Chorus will render program'at
a 7W7:03 Newt Weather training for successful adjust- Edwin T. Thorpe, Registrar ,at
.. _. .
75I'M Morning Capers (Bolt --.V .d ;
Hudson) ment in tomorrow's society.These Florida A. & M. University, announced -

SHORT COURSES SET 8.-00-tOJSM IM Moraine News Capers Weather., (Boll conferences embody the thinkingand that ten Jacksonville I

Hudson, participation of the faculty students were among the 103

AT FLORIDA A & M 93-10:00 1:009:03 ampin Mews *:* Show Weather(Johnny and staff of Bethune-Cookman making the first semester..: honor I AT A PRICEYOU ,

10:00-113 News Shaw)ft Weather I College, as well as that of distinguished roll at.the institution.

TALLAHASSEE Fifteen 103-tl0 Gospel Train No. 1 (Deacon' and highly successful Mrs.. Earlene T. Johns, Norman
110-113 News & Weather individuals over,:the nation. Fletcher, Theresa Herring, Eliza- .
short will be this '
courses given 113-12:00 Gospel Train No. 1 (Deacon a
summer at Florida A and M University Grace) Doctors lawyers, nurses and beth; Hunter and: Shirley Odom

according to an. announcement 120-12.03 Local Daniels News) (Yvonne businessmen give- their time and were listed in the senior\ class; CAN AfFORD

made by Dr. H. Man- 12.05-12:15 Job Mart (Yvonne Daniels) services to make the conference a Bernice Gaines was listed in the
Noontime Tnnetime
12:1310 .
ning Efferson, dean of'administration. (Yvonne Daniels success. I junior class; Paschal Collins.Gene
1:01- 1:03 News Weather
Hopkins and. Lucile abrooks
1:0320 Gospel Train No. 2 (Deacon At 11:30 a. m. conference par '
Dean Efferson states that the Grace) ticipants will make a pilgrimageto were listed in the sophomoreclass .
ft WeaD.er.IU
20- 23 News ..
university*' provides during the 30 Gospel Train.No. 2 (Deacon the grave of Dr. Mary McLeod ;and Carl Osborne was listed FREE! -- -- ? .- .

summer some of the special serv- 30- 3:03 Gram Weather Bethune Founder of the College, ,as special; student_ a.

ices needed by the educational 33- 40 Jnmpln Slunr(Johnny on the Second*,Anniversary of her

business professional and civic! 4043 News Shaw)ft Weather death., Afro Ste"r
j 43 I:" Jompin Show (.Johnny Insurance Co.Grants s 6 MONTHS ey 'wr
agencies in the state. Shaw) Career area will include: Edu-

The calendar of special features 40-33- 5:03 3:43 News Jnmpln'ft Show Weather(.Johnny cation, Business,.Science, Humanities .Scholarships '
for'the Shaw)
summer: SATURDAY SCHEDULE Law, Medicine, Pharmacy,

Football Coaching Clinic, June <*0- la Sign On' Nursing, Physical Education, *' For the Average Family ,;. ;- F
<*2News A Weather TALLAHASSEE Two scho-
Clinic -
10-13 Basketball
Coaching ,
Science Home
; C3- 70 Heavens Road Music Library ,
June 13-15; Automatic Transmis ,:00- 73'News ft Weather Economics, Religious Education, larships for the workshop on Economic .5
73- S0 Moraine Capers (Bob
sions, June 17-29;. Economic Re- Hudson) Social Science, Mortuary Science and Resource-Use Educa- FREE

source-Use Education Workshop,I S0-1103 News'ft Weather and Insurance. tion at Florida A,and...M Univer-
t3- 10 Morning Capers (Bob -
June 17 to July"5; Southern Cooperative _Hudson) various sity this summer have been TURKEY:
in the
1:to- 93 News & Weather ,
for the fifth the
Study, June 17 toeJuly 93-100,Jnmpln' Show (Johnny for Education: Mrs. F. Small, Dr: year
Shaw) Afro-American Life Insurance WITH PURCHASE : 2
6 f
'.; 100-103 News & Weather. R. ,K. Seckinger, Dr. Leon Steele,
Landscape Management Short 103-110 Gospel Train No. 1 (Yvonne Company. 1
Daniels) Professor Bradley Moore Professor (See Coupon)
Course, June 24-28; Home Freezing ., I1=-- :03 News & Weather Paul Decker and Professor Walter M.Austin, state directorof .. 1: ..f

,. Short Course, July 8-9; Education 113-120 Gospel Daniels Train) No 1 (Yvonne William Wheeler; Business: Professor economic and resource-use

I for the Exceptional Child,I i2-12O5Local Daniels News) (Yvonne 'F.J). Graves, Alvin Reed education: and the workshop, an- -. :

July 826Farm; Power, Machinery U:05-IlIlola Mart (Yvonne Daniels- ) and Mrs. Joyce Engrain; Science: nounced that he ,had received a NO 5-- :_
Problems 12:1510 Noontime Tnnetime check' for for the fifth
and Farm
Shop James $100 year "
.I (Yvonne Daniels) Professors James A. ,
Care and 10- 13 News ft Weather from the Florida owned insurance
July 6-26; Operation, and HONEYDOWtfh
Edward D. Johnson
Coleman .
13- 20 Gospel Train No. 2 (Yvonne ..
Maintenance of Farm Machinery, Daniels) Dr. Clifford Bryan; Humanities: company.The check was for-
15-19 2*o- 23 News ft Weather warded to Mr: Austin by J. H.
July, ; 23- 30 Saturday Session (Johnny. Dr. Thurman Stanback Miss Marion
Short Course for Beauticians, Shaw) Lewis, president and chairman of f
Speight, Professor Harvey
30- 33 News ft Weather ,
July 15-27; Conference on Read- 33-40 Saturday Session Johnny Lee, and Mrs. Josephine Wesley; the board of directors of the Jack- JUST TRADE IN ; .
ing Problems July 22 to August Shaw) sonville firm:
<40-< <43< News ft Weather Law: Attorney Horace E. Hill, YOUR OLD STOVE + /
10; Training Program ,for School 43- 50 Saturday Shaw) Session(Johnny Lucius H. Davis and Virgil D. The workshop is sponsored by ,

Lunch Personnel,,July 28 to August 30- 33 News-ft,Weather Hawkins; Medicine: Dr. Neil O. Florida A and ,M and the Joint-
53- 5:43 Saturday Session (JohnnyShaw -.5- ,
10; Home Furnishings, July ) Crosslin Dr.. T A. Adams,Dr.. H. Council on Economic Education.
28 to August 10; and Institute for SUNBAY SCHEDULE S. This year's workshop will be held
C3 Sip On C E. Bartley and Dr. Evelyn .
Building Custodians, August 59. ..*2- C5 News ft Weather Crosslin; Pharmacy: Dr. N. S. from June 17 :to June 29.: '
,03- 70 Heaven's Road (Deacon
Grace) Biggins, Dr. S. L. Meeks and,Dr. GAS RANGE
70- 73 News ft ,Weather
toJt:>>BeavenY Road (Deacon H. E. Saunders, Professor Charles
Schedule l
Grace) Mathis and Prof. W. J. Floyd; Beauticians
SICK HAIR ? 7:39- 10 Lattmore Gospel Sinters
(Uv' Gtpl Stefflnc) Nursing: Mrs:, Lucille Williams, Convention Orlando CALL USBY 11--- YOU1LBE COOKING BY 7 -
S0- .:21 Heating Waters (Oral Fannie Welch E. P. In
Mrs. and Mrs.
I SCAIP Roberta
-. =
1:>>- 90'Jan Revival Center (Rev. James; Physical Education: Dr. rUnits r -Y i MODEL SHOWN
Correct them with- Eunice RUeyJ WITH THIS uP 1 .. "
90-100 8. C. Johnson' John L. Mitchem Coaches Rudolph .
Bishop : '"
WILCOX. FORMULAE. #39'I .10010:30Heaven lire Gospel Singers Matthews Harold White- 8 and 21 of the Orange I N'I I
(Live Gospel Stating) Blossom Beauticians Associationwill
,I 'At I last lor both, hair worried! :10:30-14:45 Temple Herbert)of God Rev. W. B. hurst and,Mrs.:: C.P.Davis; Music: be hosts:: to the May 19-22 FREE: 95WITH
and A scalp! coadt- I 1OTHER g. 'g'I
boner IMA that woa hat ea.prove beneficial iathousands .19:43-11:90 He Once rea'e) Road (Deacon Prof.,L. A. Pyke, Prof. Paul Ank- meeting'of the'-gronp in Orlando. I
Prof. and A TURRET HAM ,
rum Thomas .Demps ;
ol actual clukal cases. ,110-113 News ft Weather Mrs.Alaine S. Waldon of West I. ; WITH
Easy and pUasant to us*-removes' 113-120 Heaven's Road (Deacon Miss Barbara Cobb; Library TRADE
= Palm Beach' is president of The W. Purchase '
4i draf -stopsitching-checks Grace) Science: Miss Martha Berhel Mrs. of Ran qe-
-' excessive Hair lost-Kelps present ,12100.12 News a Weather Orange Blossom Beauticians Association L ...... =. -
-, I bajdacs! Give> you a healthy t 123 10,Heaven's.Road (Yvonne F. Borders and Mr. Albert Beth 123; which is an affiliate STOVES Mil"
*'scalp" :a4i conditions Ike hair at Daaiels) une, Jr.; Home Economics: Mr!.
., the same time-your hair and *- 13 News ft Weather of the National Beauty Culturists Open, Till 9 Every Night AS LOW AS e e e, '
Hunt and Mrs. Emma ,
i 13- 130 Heaven's Read. (Yvonne Emmy ,
will look and feel better with ,
scalp : Dames) League, Inc Sessions will be held 4.
the very firsl'-appbcalto*, You'caa 130- 20 Mt. Ararat Baptist Church Patterson; Religious Education: at the Masonic mple, 613 S.

'! bft-fret ugly druff-1ISa a I (Rev. Dallas Graham) Rev. R. P. Fair and Dr. John S. ....... ,_ ;. \ _, .
1 20-30 Jaieo Westmoreland Drive in Orlando. ;''. : '
I: comb'tutj:isa't loaded with;hawf -. I Uvo GelpeIE ) Smith; Social Science: Miss Mary '
Step;eaperiaMKtMp with "out-ait I 3**- 40 Gotf1 (Mother The main feature of, the local
Divers Rev.D.L. Smith Tr.Line
I tomjc*, aa definite vhlblfr benefits Bos* Woo6O -
I.at.actvitk WILCOX>FORMULAE ': 4030 Church of God, n Christ Kahan; Mortuary Science: R. J. programwill ,beheld'May 19 at

#39-It helps-utwe repbc&! '". 5053 News Elder ft charlee Weather Beck Gainous Charles Bailey, Mrs: H. Ebenezer Methodist Church; a
the normal) way A noath't sp,ly> 53-: Heaven's Road (YvonneDaniels parade will be staged 'on Monday,
I :
J. Insurance Bi J.
with complete directions-oay-Z! l ) Thompson; : 1 1L
tax fad II not faiJy satisfied at.tfce- Hardeman, C. B. Morse and E. C. May 20; and, the hahstyleshow .
end of 4 weeks you will beiefmde4,. I: Do You Like Salesmen Vance. and dance will be held on TUes- -* a-aa
the fun $2e> Sad, cash.,, persoiut. thef EL 62493V
May 21 at South Street
day ,
.. check.or,moaey orde- tart caring 1 Calling Your Wife ; APPUARCf
for lad saving,your hair. TODAY' i Casino.
Her First Name
Mail to.- Included the,agenda wfll bea
......- V/ILCOX B gad'" ?Utks': A* .Usual'' Fiend Star discussion on of'plans for',the sate STAT ACICV. fttv M vlOA>

\' "Dept.. FS P. O. (Box 1588 ; .on Pa e 2 to entertain' the national conven-

'__:" TAMPA. FLORIDA By Eric O. Simpson 'A dvcrth.rr tion at Miami in 1958.:


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I;,; Robinson Anxious For Match With barmen BasilioRoiiison Yp11Md-i

11\:\' Is Offered $2.,. .. 'iL Gramhling Star Leagie Resumes

!' For Joe Malch-Willa Basilio '\ 4 S.ld Best Its ,Activities

The sensational "Sugar" Ray Robinson is very anxious to defend tkI ]a Ocialia_

his newly regained middleweight title against welterweight champion v
It J Carmen,Basilio. Philadelphia City Councilman: Samuel Rose is The Inter-Fraternity Sports and

offering Robinson the fabulous sum of $200,000 to battle Basilio at I y r E ,Jr GRAMBLJNG: La. Charlie i Recreation League will resume

Municipal Stadium, in late June or early July. ,Lewis, 17-year-old Grambling I activities Friday, May 17, on the J>
Councilman Rose Democratic track star, currently ranks second New Jefferson Street recreation

leader of the 24th Ward of West Robinson, who began his box- among the nation's small-college park.

Philadelphia, announced at a ing career in Philadelphia, has always high jumpers with a leap of 66", The league will consist of volleyball rnj41i

press conference in his office that had a soft spot in his heart according to figures, released by basketball, tennis, whist

he had already made his offer to for the city, for it was there that the National Intercollegiate Ath- and bridge. The tennis matches

t Robinson through his manager, he received the first of a series of letic Association. will be played on the cement
George Gainsford. Rose quoted big gates for successfully defend- Lewis is a close second to Joe court at Wilder Center. The cardgaxpes

Gainsford as saying that Sugar ing the welterweight title against Dove of Sam Houston College will be played in the lobbyof

Ray was anxious to fight in Phil- Kid Gavilan. who has negotiated 6'6"%. the Jefferson swimming pool II Iron Deficiency Ant mil I
Other jumpers in the top five and all other activities will be
adelphia, if the terms were right. Councilman Rose estimatedthat r Has Sapped Year Strt Bfifc
Bill Iverson, declared he would a Robinson-BaSilio match are Dick Haddon_ ,'Occidental Col- played, on the Jefferson playground -
$.& Tonic builds better
make the terms for Robinson lege; Bobby Sims, Pepperdine area.
would draw close to $1,000,000 at weak
health strengthens
I to the tune of a $200,000,guar- $30 tops, and a crowd of 75,000 State.and Tom Whetstine, Arizona The Inter-Fraternity Sports and blood. S.S.S.Tonic made of

antee. persons in Philadelphia. "It's the +F Recreation League was organized Nature's own roots and
Present when Councilman Rose hottest fight in the world today," ; 4 ;. .. .- Jast year. First place was won by herbs, has Vital iron to buEd
stick in the majors because his Kappa Alpha Psi and
I made his announcement were Rose added. Fraternity
rich,red blood.So givt your
State Athletic Commissioner Al- M". inability to get hits off major league Omega Psi Phi took second.
whole family an energy lift
fred M. Klein and Jack Saunders, pitchers. This year more activities have back
get your pip.
Executive Secretary of the Commission Irvin SidetiudBy "OLE SATCH" (Satchel,Paige) been added to the program and SS& Tonic makes you feel

I and managing editor of of. the Miami Marlins 'made his more participants are expected.The good again fast or yottr

the Twice-a-Week Tribune. Injured Back first; start of the,season the other fraternity presidents are: J. money back. Now in liquid

Councilman Rose revealed that d"3 e night against the" Buffalo Bisons, A. Batts, Phi Beta Sigma; Ru- or tablets at aU oruf
he would make official applica- J'i and a whale of a game the fellow dolph Daniels, Omega Psi Phi; counters. SAVE I Buy the

tion for a promoter's license be- LOS ANGELES The former pitched. He,struck out nine; walked Killis D. Bonner, Kappa AlphaPsi largo economy size!

fore Secretary Saunders. 1, gave'up six hits and won ; W. T. Harper, Alpha Phi
New York Giant' outfielder,
When asked by representatives 17-1. One of his strikeout victimswas Alpha. CLARA WAR*
Monte Irvin, may be absent for
of the"press if he would have a from the mighty Luke Easter, his The schedule: Friday, I/Lay 17, Famous Goiptl
the remainder of the season :
fight with the International Box- the Los Angeles baseball club be-' I former teammate and buddy. volleyball and whist, 7:30 p. m. Singer, says,
ing Club for the fight, Council- MAJOR Manager Don Osborn of the Mar- Kappas vs. Omegas and Alphasvs. "If you're weary
cause of an injury to his back. MAKING LEAGUE BID Lucious (Luke), Easter the
man Rose said he had Robinson's lins says he will use Paige to start Sigmas; Sunday, May 19, ten- and there's no tons
Irvin, whom Manager Clay Bry- former Cleveland Indian first baseman is making a terrific bid for
In heart
word that he was not under con- more games since he gave such,a nis Kappas vs. Sigmas. and Ome- your yoa
ant, hoped would hit behind slug- another shot in the major leagues. :The hitting of Easier is a big may be tired and
tract to make his first title defensefor grand performance in his first gas vs. Alphas.
ger Steve Bilko, injured his back factor with the Buffalo Bisons of the International League.,His home slowed down because -
the IBC or anyone else. trial. The contests are open to the of IroaDeficiency
in the second game of the season runs and timely base hits are helping to keep.the Bison near the >
and has appeared in only four top of the league.'The only thing that pushed Easter out of the BASEBALL FANS, do you public and the league welcomes Anemia
know that there are 27 players in visitors to all of its activities. The
which be healed. Easter TryPATRONIZE
games.Dr. majors was a.bad ,leg seems-to completely
Guinyard Opens Robert ,Woods, team physi- I is said to be one of the hardest hitters in basebalL the major leagues from the Carri- league is, under the direction of f.tA.T..MW
bean, area, including five of the Julius Guinyard. bttllend
cian, indicated Irvin may be side- .
Coaches Clinic lined for the balance of the Pacific 16 shortstops? Here are the short-
stops: Andre Rodgers of-the New
I Coast Conference season to
York Giants from, Nassau Chico
:. A clinic for swimming coaches prevent serious complications. SPORTING: IT UP Fernandez, Philadelphia Phillies, TOOTHACHE

was opened Wednesday at the
Cuba; Willie Miranda, Baltimore ,
Jefferson Street swimming pool Brown To Fight Orioles, Cuba; Chico Carrasquel, in7O ;
of ,
under the direction Julius Cleveland Indians, Venezuela; SECONDS
Guinyard of the City Recreation BY C. PARHAM JOHNSON ans; Dave Hoskins, Dave Mann, Louis White "
Aparicio, Chicago I'tlti jits' i> mil 'i ittORAJEL
Department.The Zalueta Jne Louisville Colonels; Frank Barnes -
purpose of the clinic was Milt Smith, Omaha Cardinals;
Ruben Gomez New
started the 1957 season with a Pitchers: ,
to discuss rules, techniques on of- >ang. Although it was predicted Grenny Gladstone, 'StPaul York Giants, Puerto-Rico; Ramon Florida 'StarAdvertisers
ficiating with demonstrations and CHICAGO It has been revealed Saints. These 'men help to make
long before the_ season opened: Monzant, New York Giants, Venezuela -
guidance during the instructional by Promoter Joe Duplerof that the Braves 'would finish on up the rosters of Triple?A teams, i ; Camilio Pascual, Pedro _

period. Denver that Lightweight top., the season is still in its Infancy the nearest thing in baseball in Ramos, Evelio Hernandez, Wash-
The coaches were asked to Champion Joe Brown of New the majors. Baseball fans can remember -
and-still has a long way to ington Senators, Cuba; Sandy The Beautiful OFC
bring two members of their Orleans has agreed to defend his many of these names and Room
go. Any team that wins nine out Consuegra, Mike Fornieles, Balti- ,.
swimming teams to assist in the title against Orlando Zulueta at the major league teams they play- -of-
be Orioles Cuba Juan Pizarro,
of its first ten games must more ;
Denver "sometime in June. THE HARLEM CLUB
demonstrations Director Guin ed on.
reckoned with. The Braves'pitching Milwaukee Braves, Puerto Rico;
yard was assisted by the various The 15-round match would be has been superb and the hit- MAJOR LEAGUE BASEBALLseems Rene, Valdes, Brooklyn Dodgers, PROVIDES MUSIC FOR DANCING AND USTiNING
-coaches. the second defense for the 31- ting has been the talk of the baseball to be on its way to Jack- Cuba. 2703 KINGS AVENUE PHONE FL 9.1458
year-old champion who won the sonville since the Jacksonville
world. Third basemen: 'Ossie Virgil,
crown'from Wallace (Bud) Smith has been form- -
Eagles Enterprise New York Giants, Dominican Republic -
LEARN TO DRIVE last August and beat Smith in a with Jim Williams and
ed Big ; Hector Lopez, Kansas City
return match at Miami in Febru- KNICKERBOCKERS paid an estimated You Don't Have to Go to Town to Get
Albert J. .Jones heading the administrative -
The Qekkett The letleetW $25,000 for Willie Gard- Athletics, Panama;Felix Mantilla,
.y T. Lecm set-up. The two are utility infielder, Milwaukee
ary.Brown ner, they paid for -a player who
will receive 40 cent_
per big things for Jackson- Rico.
Braves, Puerto
AJAXDRIVING of the receipts and Zulueta 20 per had ketball.never The played 6 ft 8 collegiate in. rebounder bas- ville in the world of baseball. It I First basemen: Vie Power, Kan- LOW PRICES '

SCHOOL cent, according to the promoter. from! Indianapolis is described by has been a long, long time since sas City Athletics, Puerto Rico.

CALL EL 4-0639 Abe Saperstein, owner of the Jacksonville has had a major Catchers: Valmy Thomas, New On Your
threat among Negro' teams, but York Giants, Virgin Islands. The
Harlem Globetrotters, as "poten-
George Perpena Grambling Cops tially the best player" in the 30- Williams and Jones ,say they, are' Washington 'Senators have a DRUG STORE NEEDS

I '1134 W. 5th Street year history of the Trotters. The going to secure the best that can handyman pinch hitter in Julio

Sixth Straigkt 22-year-old Gardner did not play be found among players to field a Bacquer, Cuba.

collegiate basketball but starredfor No. 1 team in the city.,Watch out This column goes along with Trade With Your neighborhood Drug Store

Baseball Title three years at Crispus Attucks for the Eagles for their wings are all others in expressing good

Watch This Clown High School in Indianapolis be- about to spread. wishes to one of the swellest We Will Meet Any Prices AdvertisedIn

t I II I fore j joining the Globetrotters in TOM ALSTON the big 6 fl. 5 players in baseball for his speedy

I 98-52-12 GRAMBLING, La. The I 1954. Gardner will j join the Knicks in. first baseman of the Si. Louis recovery. When Ed Barbarito,,the Your Local Papers

Grambling Tigers clinched their in September after, touring Eu- Cardinals is rated the best first Jax Braves third baseman broke
309-31 642
sixth consecutive Mid-West Con- rope with the Trotters. baseman in the big leagues. ,but his leg it' was the concern of
; ference baseball championshiplast WELL, JOE LOUIS has been one of the weakest hitters. He is every local fan of the Braves. Ed
1 3 Friday with a 7-0 shutout a graduate of North Carolina A & is such a swell fellow that fans;
told that his heart condition has 1S02 KINGS ROAD .t MYRTLE AVENUI
5 victory over Alcorn A'& M Col. T College and has worked as public are wishing for him a cheerful .
enough he
(7 J\ improved so that PHONES El. 3-3597.98
2' 6 lege.Sherm might be able to resume his old relations man for' 'Anheuser spirit. w. OelW We Alto fill All Decfori' ""Krlu...
I Cottingham, a serious Busch Brewery owners of the Will see you next week.
job as a referee of wrestling
I 21-year-old righthander was mas- Cardinals. He. was purchased PAY YOUR LIGHT, WATER AND TELEPHONE
matches. Louis assumed a brighter -
23-85-76 ter of the situation from the be- from the San Diego Padres of the PATRONIZEFLORIDA
outlook. on life when he received BILLS AT OUR STORE
182-65--100 ginning of the game. He hand- the good news about his Pacific Coast Conference* for STAR .
cuffed the Braves on five hits. I$100,000. but hasn't hem able lo ADVERTISERSTie
Soesetia.n. ..'. ., Grambling bunched seven hits heart.

He work cddt, sebtnctt It .H .,..-.. at the the fourth expense and sixth of James innings.Clark John in have left the United States -

I Clay who came in to relieve for their eighth annual exhibition I Your Neighborhood Shopping Guide .1 I

FOR MAY 18th Clark ,in the seventh inning was basketball lour of Europe. They .
be the United
91-38-04 the victim of the three-run seven- will accompanied by -

r IJ th onslaught. Stales Stars a squad com- .

J posed players.of ex-college Including and Joe professional Gra-- Trade Near Where You Live J Best Bargains -:.- Courteous Treatment

I; boski of the Philadelphia Warriors -

MEL ... The teams will play 119
l games in 24 countries during the Trade With Firms Tfcti t Ctoperile With The Community '
I i v: next four months returning to *

r the United States around August
rI .
I t f'U..a "' I

"; names -of former big league stars lest ii Jax' 'BARBECUESINGLETON'S
that perhaps many fans have almost -

: Degas Ray Robinson"It's forgotten. Well, here they For ,. \
I are and where they are: Monte .
'. est4aw VLurich After the Movie Snacks
.. Irvin, Los Angeles Angels; Solly Breakfast !, .
f \ Knockout" Drake and Louis Marquez, Portland 'Golden Brown SUPERIOR BARBECUE

.... I It Ore. Beavers; Dave Pope, Fried Chicken
t t -- San Diego Padres; Joe Black, Se- Oysters Cod Specializing in Ribs .and Qiicken

'Rainiers Charlie White,
k ; *
Vancouver Mounties; Jose Santiago Shrimp Ikkm No. 1 33rd at Moncrlef Road .I

J\ Luke Easter, Ray Noble, Bacon Sausage. PHONE EL 4.9102

Buffalo Bison; Jehosie Heard, Eggs Hot Cakes- No. 2 Broad at State Street

Pat Scantlebury Angel-Scull, Ha- I 1 1 ." Coffee USkFrefick .: PHONE EL 4-9769 .

4PP US N E R Hb vana Cubans; Satchel-Paige MI-- _____ .,_ Fr. PolatoesROOSEVELT : No., 3 Florida :Avenue at 1st Street
ami Marlins Bin Greason-Rochester -
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tittfes PHONE EL 6-9267 ,
process Red Wings; Hector Rodriguez -
ri16iEf.71f. 10SNER'S'IUMLSSb CAT Sam Jethro Toronto Maple GRILL' No. 4 700 Beck W. Ashley Street

mt rAYWt 'tuna m* Leafs. d.M Idi oa ': JA JACESONY&LE FLORIDA
Aaktey ou
wMtNl111 Mtt Curt :tRoberts.:Dearer =Bears; -
Sam Hftkston Indianapolis Indi




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*f fn would be impostlble any
on* writing coluaaa fax Ifekman's -
,town to overlook say m...

lion ran,Jacksonville of the aim this which week-end.checked Meet little Miss Jafco Little Miss Jafco Says '

Talk of the brutal rap.-murdes of I Jiici ', >
LillIe Miss Sirs 6x _
the .11-year-old school girl is oa I YSY -

the lips of every maD woman and .: ,. YOU CAN GET A
child in the city.Let us face facts. :
The problem now is not the solving
of this crime but is rather JAI APPLIANCE _
'. 'steps which are needed to.prevent t :1 ilL CO
an occurrence of the same crime.
.The dd :was a victim of the so. _
: in which we lire. A society

in which adequate protection of w -j REFRIGERATOROR
the is denied
police department
.to a segment of the population be YOU THE BEST
:cause of the small number of law OR A
enforcement officers. Our Negro
officers are doing a commendableJob -
both on duty and off duty buta ti
handful of cops cannot effectively ?
patrol and protect an,areathe
size of Jacksonville's colored FURNITURE.

business and residential section. I "
This is only wishful thinking FOR ONLY'

maybe, but perhaps one addition. ATTHELOWEST
al cruiser in the colored area may -
hare been the squad car which
would have prevented the murderer
: '
from committing his deed. PRICES IN TOWN t.' 4.98

We need Negro police women
to help in the protecting of and '
guiding of young girls.We do not
have a single Negro employed in We Do Our Own Financing j f' 9.q Down'
the juvenile section of the police
department. The county does not : ;

: have a single Negro probation officer. ..
Pay Monthly -:- Monthly
The persons we refer to as ;Witli'die/FLORENCE/ RANGE You Get ::

'visiting Truant teachers Officers"and are have actually juris- I FREE GAS ((2 Big Tanks) Pay Weekly -:- Every ,Day
:'diction in cases involving schoolchildren Here.1 the V charming young voice you have been hearing on WOBS lax Appliance
only. FREE INSTALLATION Commercials. She is Renee Harris, Age '8. or Every Hour on the Hour !

., Miami has a smaller Negro '.. ,
population than Jacksonville and
has three times as many law enforcement S ,
'officers. It is up to the : ; : "
citizens to demand full and equal tsvWith : .,, Get This Beautiful"
protection of the, law in the city .' .. '. V,.
and county for their tax dollars. -
: We could not help but notice ; '
the report of the child's death in the :
: Dinette Set
t the morning papers.There,was no f I Today ,
:. mention of the fact that' the girl w FLORENCERANGE :
was raped. As far as the white 0. _

press. is concerned Negro woman .
cannot be raped. 7 for modtorn living : .';:',
On the subject of police, let us .. ....
not forget the second annual policeman -

ball which will be held at : : 111 you get <:;: ... ,
: ., S
the Two Spot Nite Club tonight. V ,
Proceeds of the ball will go to the 3 .
'.athletic fund of the Police Benevolent r ":_- .- FREELINOLEUM L .
'j .
Association. The boys are
J doing a very creditable job in trying -
to ease the burden of their
work by catching and saving
become -
criminals-to-be-before they

criminals.The KITCHEN
members of the "Y-Jewels" -, LI r'r
; of the A.L.Lewis Branch YWCA \ V f
are putting the finishing touches, Y I
on their play "Cousin Jill From' -V 6
Junction HilL" The play will be ?/ A' ",.: 5>
presented in the New Stanton i )
High Auditorium on May 20th.. $4.98Dowis .r -
!' V : r I
The old timers had a field day f I
the former other"regular"night. Booze around Myers the old, a ;'V1HI: : I I I

Duck Inn and the Blocks was in : \t9 J
\ \\it
.... "Calvert"town. Jim Sams"Sheriff',J. C.Brooks Perkins,-Nip andP. ) Just out from PHILCO ,; .

L. Taylor all were out late on t> 1 ;; :'.' \
special passes and entertained -,
Booze. Nip is spending time in -.1 targ family size table with w de aluminum

'.' Savannah and other points North apron triple plated chrome legs with No-
; and South introducing his newest New Way to $ 8 .Mar plastic, sockets. Table size 36 x 4t extend*

beverage. For the hot weather eep to 60'. Oaur* >n contrasting and matching

trade Calvert is producing a golden DOWN Vmv4 with lartj* comfortable leaf.
gin. It will appear on the local
market in the near future.

Mary Wynn passed the news onto { < : '
us concerning the new drive-in Meats Fresher 1:: :
.. service the Southside Harlem Bar -
::. ,. preparing to offer. Renovations
in the building will be completed
: in a few weeks and patrons of the

.-1/ Kings Avenue spot will have the
> newest drive-in service in town. DIACON I

1'" John Hardwick the head mixo __________ ::3 MUIVI N GRACL ,* rw
logist is back there dispensing '
; ,.; brand of service and attention to 4 2t
V customers. -
The Country Club has joined ,
the list of private clubs.For mem ,1I ;
1 bership information contact any 1
of the Country Club folk. We assure .
': : the policy of the membership

.1 committee of the Country Club i is q 4.s
: completely different from that of ..
:: .'any of the other private clubs. '
If you see an English Ford coming ,if >'
.. .
V down the street as tho' if is ,i.. .
i ;; _
-t'out of control it is. Bob Hudson -- "
will be at the wheel and anything V 5V
__ __ .
i-may happen.In the fine old art of V V f;
, 1 guiding motor vehicles Bob is COLD V V
1 strictly an amateur.When he told V V
..1 he buying a European V V : .
us was MEAT LOCKER '
we expected to see a MG, Jag 4.9o
;_- Mercedes Benz or Austin Healy.NURSECOOK Keeps meat y -

doyslongerwMoul _
W... freezing 4
Th. chilled air '' ,
j. :
-Help *ith chU- Sowsdincttylroatn.iBc
eoSe to .
dren. Lira in. Weekends oHMrs. PHnC0
the Meat Looker
r .McGrea. Phone EV 7-6898. .
\ through a dust at
tie rear. _. Jj "c ., .
,_ RMBS Fer lilt vides ideal ue. : t'4 ti..: .., .
..... tieae .. Exclusive in ." ,_
oea .! ... T ._
.. Elder W. H. Grace of the Church of God In Christ who erred as Master of Ceremonies

"Modern Christian iurnbhed home. room Elderly in quiet religious r :::oitill < '57't PHELCO Siptr x x jIJi': oa tie May S!h AnnlYe ts ory program of his soa Melvin 'Deacon"'Grace WOBS

woman preferred. Phone Beat*. ..r .. '...,.. .. -,. .. Gospel Traia"Comdactor is seen Introducing gospel singer Nettle Speights, one of the
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daily before 5 p. m. a V! -EL : .t",, .r.._ "' galaxy of stars who appeared on the program. ___ K ; ;'

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