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Title:
Florida star
Uniform Title:
Florida star (Jacksonville, Fla.)
Alternate Title:
Florida star news
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v. : ill. ; 58 cm.
Language:
English
Publisher:
The Florida Star Pub. Co.
Place of Publication:
Jacksonville Fla
Creation Date:
May 18, 1957
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Frequency:
weekly
regular

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African Americans -- Newspapers -- Florida   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Jacksonville (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Duval County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
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newspaper   ( marcgt )
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United States -- Florida -- Duval -- Jacksonville
Coordinates:
30.31944 x -81.66 ( Place of Publication )

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

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University of Florida
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Title:
Florida star
Uniform Title:
Florida star (Jacksonville, Fla.)
Alternate Title:
Florida star news
Physical Description:
v. : ill. ; 58 cm.
Language:
English
Publisher:
The Florida Star Pub. Co.
Place of Publication:
Jacksonville Fla
Creation Date:
May 18, 1957
Publication Date:
Frequency:
weekly
regular

Subjects

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

Notes

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

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:
UF00028362:00325

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Preceded by:
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K UNSOLVED CRIMES The victims of the unsolved murders. Left to right: Theltna Denise

Williams December 1953: Thaddeus Kennerlr, April_1957: Emmelyn Ellison, May 1957. Jacksonville set somewhat of a record for murders with no less TALLAHASSEE -,.The Florida House Tuesday passed Atty., ;
than three bloody JdlliDgs'chalked up between Sunday morning Gen. Richard Ervin's infamous "last resort" bill to allow local com-

and laie'Tuesday afternoon. munities to ,close public schools to avoid integration, 57 to 36.

Rising Wave Of Murders Druk Driver The casualness with which human lives are being taken-and The bill has been described as As the bill finally passed, it

equally as bad- the,ea'se with which the offenders beat the electric unconstitutional, foolish_ and, a
Bill CriticizedTALLAHASSEE chair is causing great concern: among Negro leaders and decent law "cruel hoax.. 'rigged up to keep provides that 25 per cent of the
I eligible voters in a county or
Alarms Local CitizensThree abiding citizens. (Read editorial*! Murder-MurderMurderM Page 2)) political promises."
school district petition for a
may
An account'of the Idllings appears below only for the sake of Rep John B. Orr, Jr., only
I referendum to decide whether
:
the records. legislator to oppose prosegregation -
A bill to
schools or other public facilities
persons who committed three of the most horrible II curb drinking which passed the Woman Is.,Slain weeks, he returned home. About measures last in the drew special heavy session -II should be closed as a last alter-

murders in the.history of,Jacksoavllls' .Negrocosununity. : are'., House Thursday. is being" inter ten days ,ago, the wife, Elizabeth I applause from summer members of the native to avoid Integration. '
still free .. : :preted as an instrument-that will Y1rt.ieDd'- went to Georgia "to visit her .Hpusewhen he warned .tha-'bill Several amendments to put .
They are the killers of 16-year-old Thelma Denise Williams make citizens-and particularly By grandmother.- The report'shows would "provoke:violence and provoke safeguards In the bill"were'voted'';

whose body was found, dead from strangulation, behinda Negroes-easy prey for arrest eyn the sad and dying that Nelson got a man to go to the immediate overthrow of down as Rep. William ChappeD ofJ
garage in her foster mother's home at 722 East First Street trumped drunk driving charges Despite Georgia for his wife to bring her Ocala. co-author of the bill
Questioned and released in the December, '1953 murder Citizens are being urged to wire groans of a woman who had been back to Jacksonville.Last segregation. argued it was imminently neededto
bullets I Orr' had, received only a cold, '
shot four times two more
was her foster mother, Mrs. Annice Williams, a Physical Ed their' Senators urging them not were pumped ;into her body''\,y Tuesday, Nelson went to silent reaction to the speech he preserve states rights and home

teacher at Old Stanton High School. The murder has re to approve the bilL the man who had followed her work at the City Market for E. C. made last summer in protest rule.Rep.
The House approved after long found letter Cliff Herrell blasted the
mained unsolved.Another Thomas and Son.He a the so-called Fabisinski s
against
home after she had made visitto
is the case of Thaddeus Kennerly, a school debate the bill setting tough pen- house. a in the truck operated by Glen bill as one creating a "bogey man

teacher, who was stabbed to death in his home. alties and mandatory jail sentences his 30th Latimore, allegedly a good friend bills.Duval Rep. Matthews voted under the bed that will jeopardizethe

Several persons have been questioned and released. lora_ first conviction of Street Ella Mae had been Jones visiting, 36,1144 her W."boyfriend's" and co-worker of Daniel James against the "last resort" bill, he peace and tranquility of this

Reliable sources indicate police are on the heels of the killer, drunken driving. Nelson. The letter was addressedto said "because in opinion not state.
home at 1175 W. 28th my
t' but meantime that person is still alive, walking the streets of The bill by Rep. Orr of Dade : St and told him she was going Latimore with the postmark of only does it destroy one of the Rep. Thomas D. Beasley asserting -
Jacksonville This murder is still unsolved. cleared the House 54-17 and was indicate. Ashburn Georgia on it and writ- :. basic principles of our system of the Florida Congress of
I The third killer is the one who molested and killed 12- sent immediately to the Senate home, police reports ten by Elizabeth Nelson datedAccording I. Parents and Teachers is opposed
left the home of Robert government, by allowing the su-
year-old Emmelyn Ellison whose'body was found in a ,bush where a. more prolonged battleis When she 39 he followed her JJiJ.1IIF_J.Y_. 11, 'Inc v"':",. pervision of governmental function to passage of the bill, said 'It .f
Johnson
,
8 Police expected. Opponents tried to could influence the federal courtsto
behind John E. Ford School last Tuesday, May to police officers, on a piecemeal basis, but it'
questioned the stepfather who identified the victim a moment cut out the mandatory jail term home. Nelson read the letter, then left void Florida's pupil assignment
When she reached her house, would be the first step in doing
after his arrival at the murder scene. This vicious killer, and but were voted down by a nar- she called the police; Johnson was his job and ran home from the away with segregation in our I law adopted last summer to preserve -

possible rape artist is still free and,still another unsolved row margin. City Market to 1056 W. Duval public schools." I segregation.
standing outside listening police
murder. The bill sets a penalty of a $100 Street He asked his wife about ,
added he
The lawmaker
indicate. After finishingthe young
Something must be done to apprehend these killers for ,I fine, three to 10 days in jail, _and reports telephone call, Johnson al- the letter and she admitted writ- did not believe most of the po- STATE NEWS

your, children's safety, for your own safety. automatic 60-day suspension of called her to the front ing, it. It is, alleged that Nelson:. ponents of the bill realized that
The Florida Star will pay $100 for information leadingto drivers' licenses for the first.conviction legedly went into the kitchen and got a. its would be an admission HIGH SPRINGS MAN .
porch and when she came out to passage ;
the arrest and conviction of any of the killers. of drunken driving. Under answer his call he-pulled her off butcher knife came back into the that "our. present laws with CHARGED WITH BRIBE
law second conviction his wife ATTEMPT ;-
present a bedroom and stabbed one
.
the porch to the left side of the reference to segregation cannot .
brings a jail sentence.: Second time in the upper right chest. She I HIGH SPRINGS-Lee Hughes
house and shot her:;four times. be enforced. I for one am not
City detectives said yesterdaythat Jordan, 50, arrested Wednesday -
conviction under the new bill provides was taken to Duval Medical Center was ,
Negro Deputies further""mvestiga on'showed a $200 fine, 10 to 30 days in After being shot.four times, she I and was dead on arrival. She willing to make that decision"Despite by State Trooper C. F. Milli- i If

Miller and Terry were witnessesto jail and six-month license suspen- ran inside and fell across the bed, was pronounced dead at 6:45: a. m. the margin of victoryfor kan and charged with an attempt ;

Nab Holdup Mai the robbery but had no partin sion. her assailant followed her inside by Dr. S. A. Brewton.74YearOld. the bill in the House, little to bribe a state trooper. t
and shot her,two more times. She \ chance is seen for it to become Milikan said Jordan offered ;

it.Miller was released from county was shot in the right' jaw, left him $5 to restore a revoked

Two Negro deputies Thursday jail on $5,000 bond April 26. Dival Salesmei chest, upper abdomen, tight upper Han law.The same measure is bottled up driver's license without subjecting ,
arrested a Jacksonville man who Terry was. released on the same forearm left hand and left forearm in the Senate Education Committee him to the usual tests. The incident -

was charged with the strong-arm amount of bail April 30. The cases as indicated by police in i and Gov. LeRoy Collins has occurred in city hall shortly ; ,
Shot To Death
Is
robbery of $495 from a rental still pending before Justice of To Display WaresSee vestigation. 'I indicated strongly, he will veto after noon. Jordan was released -

agent on a downtown street April the Peace Sarah Bryan. She was taken to Duval 'Medical :i any bill designed to abolish public from county jail after posting a
15. Center where she. died after schools. $500 bond. ,
(( story: on Page 5)) being admitted. Death hit\ again in Jacksonville .
In county jail on a charge of NAACP CURB BILL A late list of members of the Sgts. G.. Hurlbert and J. M. Monday night May 13,when a 74- )
vagrancy is James Willis Paul, 26, year-old man was shot down at Woman Robbed LUTHERANS FAVOR
Parker conducted the investigation. -
Duval Salesmen and Re-
BECOMES A LAW County DISTRICT MEMBERSHIP
of 2032 Lewis St. the stairway of a two-story dwell ,
tail Merchant's Association who
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FOR NEGRO CHURCHES "
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Paul was arrested by deputies will participate in the Expositionof ing at 523.Madison Street. AI Ilk' And lIam BEACH The
and Joe McCone. TALLAHASSEE Gov. Lemon of 523 Madisonwas WEST PALM -
Weston
willie LeRoy George
Products to be held at the Lincoln district of the
After questioning witnesses to the .Collins Thursday allowed to be- Golf and,Country Club Sun- Wife Is Slain shot and killed after he wentto Florida-Georgia Missouri ,

Duval and Lee Street robbery, come law, without his signature, day May 18 follows: the room of one of the tenants Rachel B. Scott 1052 Davis St. Lutheran Church in favor of Synod
voted
they obtained a signed statement the bill extending the life of the George Christopher, private By Her Husband and told him' "if he and his reported to police that she had Thursday congregations of bring-the

from a spectator:identifying Paul, legislative NAACP investigating business* New Berlin. friends didn't- quit making' so borrowed $27.00 from the Admiral ing Negro under district administration I

Booth and the officers said. committee- another two years. James Genwrighi, manager, much noise ne would call the police Finance Company at 8th and synod instead of under synodical .

S. P. Wilson a collector for L Collins followed the s a'm e Louis Rizk Grocery.. A 26( year-old husband has been ," police reports indicate. Hubbard Streets and was stand- headquarters at St.Louis, Mo. 1
Beverly NaHe Inc. was attacked course he took in allowing the Mrs. Eva Moore. head cashier.. jailed as the No. 1 suspect in the Lemon left the room of Joseph ing at 8th and Main waiting fora -
about 11:45 a. m. on April 15. His 1956 bill creating the committeeto Louis Rizk Grocery.Mrs. butcher knife ,slaying'T5E4iis 21- Lane, 39; and went down stairs. bus between 1:25 p. m. and 1:30p. The question involved.of racial segregation .:

assailant threw him to the side- become; effective without his Geneva Cullen cashier, year-old wife in the 'bedroom of He started down the stairs and m., when two men (Negroes) was not
signature.The at 1065 W. looked around and as he did,Laneis in old model As one church leader put it:
walk, ripped his pocket from his LouU; Risk,Grocery. their living quarters i drove up an green t
.. pants and'fled.with $495 in cash. law creates -an interim 'George (Trick Shot) Washing Duval Street between 6:16 a. m. alleged to have fired a .22 caliber car and stopped.The The big question before the .
committee of three senators and ton.. driver-salesman. Lee Hoi-I and 6:26: a. m. Tuesday, May '14. rifle two times striking Lemonin two men called her and convention was: Under which administration -
Charges are still pending against four representatives with a $75,- distributors: of Miller High Police records indicate that! the forehead. Lemon was dead she hesitated for a short time.The would the work of
two men picked up on the 000 appropriation- investigate Life man Beer. Daniel James Nelson and Elizabeth on arrival at Duval Medical Cen man driving the car pointed a gun the Kingdom be expanded most

afternoon of the robbery. Johnnie organizations "whose principlesor Nelson known to her many ter. He was pronounced dead at at her and told her she had better rapidly, synodical administrationor
Miller 38 of 1113 Julia st. and Joe Garnett driver-salesman
administration
district
activities include conduct con- x friends as "Peggy" had been mar- 9:15 p. m. by Dr. Brewton. move. She told police she went Florida-Georgia -
50 of 1037 Davis Budweke Beer Swed Distributor "
Joe ,
Terry
Willie stituting violence or violation of ried about; 1 year and,1 week.The Lane went back to his room over to ,the car and he grabbedher } ? ",",
St, were arrested in Callahan a the laws of.. couple is said to have gotten and waited for the arrival of po pocketbook and took the Dr. Paul M. Breischer, professor -
few hours after the theft. Under similar authority, the W., T., Minions King of Clubs along happily together until about lice. He was arrested on a chargeof money out. of philosophy; and Biblical

They had been traced throughthe 1956 committee headed by Rep. operates. 'six weeks ago when Nelson left homicide.Witnesses were Shelly She also said the man took her theology at Concordia Seminary,

tag number of their car, Henry Land of Orange investigated Freddie Brown William-, Buick home because he had a suspicionthat William Kellum 523 Madison $69.70 wristwatch off her arm. St. Louis, said only one of 32'dis-
which drove by the scene of the the National Association for Co. salesman.K. : his wife was.running around: Street; Frank Roosevelt Bryant They told her not to call police tricts: in the Missouri SYn dlof;

robbery few,minutes after it the Advancement ox Colored People C. Doaaldr .talesmen. Bill, on hftr, -: 805 W. Duval Street and JamesU. and if,she..did, they could come the' Southern dis ct'has1l1Ot.. ;.**.v.' "f-.'. .
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occurred. ,,-;,-- and whl supremacy groups. Smith PonHac.' :i ;; After being away for three .Phillips, 634 W. Church Street.. to her house. voted on the matter. < -.... -

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, : NEWS BT EMC a, SIMPSON __
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hlaUlUcl by The Florida. Star PifcHthtog Co. 1 : DENIAL OF CIVIL RIGHTS,INVALIDATES DEMOCRACY"
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.U.i. Hampton, race system today aj
P. SfOX 561, J1V'.''
r5 423 Breed Street. ,w.JoefaewrfNe, PferM. 1Pfcone..ILgIo 4- JEikeO 1 : ( + perhaps the most dangerous element in our national structure and
: the most serious threat to a position of security in the world" de-
!: StopsoaCP0sfce _.-.;....__.. II ____ I4ittrLnIIeewa.
I .y.,. M-M.MA. AM-WYMMMN I YMYM..M MMwMM.M MoeoglegMember ..... clared Mrs. Bonita Valien of Fisk University last Saturday evening-
J :" *. Johnson ._:___.lOW. ...... 'I _..... News SteH (May 11), as she delivered the main address at the banquet of'the
Altomee RJcnordsoa ._ -.-... .... ..,........ ..... 22nd annual Women's Day Observance at Hampton Institute.t .
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:.: ,Agoriotcd Ne0ro Frees Enumerating various legal
'" ,,,ir .-suftsciurrwN. RATES _steps in America's gradual. liberation especially appealing argument \ :arf..

": 0.. Year $&$/; Htf Yeer, $3.W; Three Moats, $IM .' from racism against desegregation," although -
Molted To Yoi, Aaywfce N tfee u..... StMtL / the emi- it was only after 1890 that segregation -
t ;.ASE- SnbscriptioM Payable I. ..cIwe .. Send Check or MOM Orders To: nent, Sociologist laws were passed.
,' ; "FLORIDA STAR -'P. 0. UK 561 JACKSONVILLE 1, FLORIDA maintainedthat I
; "Human inequality in the
f "the Supreme American Mrs.
Murder Minto Miner % 4r societystated
Court'sdecision Valien, "is a malignancy that en-
on segregation dangers the entire national fabric

/ In recent weeks Jacksonville been the scene of sever is not ," and "the most dangerous
horrifying murders. From Saturday night, May 12 to the event thatis handicap to the extension of our

Tuesday, May 14, there were, three murders committed in eaGa r producing" basic democratic philosophy to
the heart of the Negro community.This changes other peoples of the world is the
wave of ,killings is cause for alarm among decent, M but is rather denial of its validity at home."

t people of our community, for such, blood-thirsty killings "an inevitable Listing some of the 128 recent
c among human beings border on barbarism. consequence of laws enacted in ten southern
S "-- The frequency of these killings and wanton ending of Simpson national" re- states designed to prevent desegregation -

1 human life indicates that there is a need for projecting acade orientation and thought. the speaker called it an

corn1munit3' Referring to the more than one "unresolved moral issue that has

We believe, too, that the lienient sentences and I'T billion people of Asia and Africa troubled virtually every American -
often the ease with which Negroes beat the chair for killing 4 hr who were represented at the 1955 statesman," and questionedthe .

other Negroes may be greatly responsible for this tendency Bandung Conference she said moral inconsistency 'b tween ,

1, to shoot, knife, stab and kill at the drop of a hat. that it was a symbol of the decision our enunciated principles and
I Another matter that perturbs us no little is the numberof of these 29.non-white nations their domestic validation."

unsolved crimes committed in the Negro community "to determine their own des Lauding the many positives, of
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,We do not believe there is any prejudice in the Homicide I + ; S tinies." the issue Mrs. Valien, nevertheless -

Division's efforts to apprehend killers in crimes involving J Regarding familiar customs and asked for less complacency'
Negroes, but we do feel that the lack of a large enough squadof social arrangements as a part of and conformity, "the easiest

efficient crime detection men prevents the Homicide squad "Civil_ Rights Legislation Will Make Better Team Work Possible" the natural order-of things is "an course of action." Demanding moral }
1 from doing a thorough job of ferrethig killers in Negro crimes. courage, Mrs. Valien'said that

i The increasing number of unsolved crimes indicates that may somehow be responsible, es- "if we as a nation believe in our 4
4 there a definite need'for a completely streamlined criminal ( pecially if you have made .rash within you. doctrines of human rights as 'to 1

.i investigation- department manned by policemen especially Your promises or commitments as sug- 8-30-55-29-54-834. race or class, sex or religion, we
trained' in criminal detection and equipped with the most ,>.. Weekly gested by the 18th. Your chancesof will, under the full light of our
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modern: devices for criminology. : obtaining a settlement through AQUARIUSBorn new national self-awareness, give
It must be added also that our criminal investigators are Horoscope GuideWHICH powerful intervention are brightest Jan. 20th thru Feb. 18ih them living reality now. If we do

: greatly hampered in their efforts to solve crimes by the lack on the_20th. It would be harm- Hold on to your advantages and not believe in them we should
'of cooperation from citizens in the community. ARE YOUR LUCKY DAYS FOR ful to allow prejudices to crystalize. to the good will of key people regardless have the courage, with or with-

So very often there are people who refuse to give the BUSINESS LOVE TRAVEL of the stresses orstrains out morals, to propound a different ,
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police information that would lead to the'arrest of killers Wo-66-48-65-456. to which you may be subjected.The human doctrine.
Because of the unwillingness of citizens to cooperate,with the I By PABLO, The ASTROLOGERARIES 18th continues to perpetuate Admonishing the women students -

police by telling officers what they know about cases, at least SCORPIO troublesome or frustrating problems and visiting mothers "not
three murders and walking about the streets of Jacksonville ] Born Oct.,24lh ihru NOT. 22nd related to these matters.' to think and act with the herd.
for
the,killers of Denise Williams Thaddeus Kennerlyand enterprises that seem glamorous In keeping with the old belief
today Born I Questions related to the younger the speaker asked them to be "of
__March 21si thru April 19th on the surface but which contain -
Emmelyn Ellison. that you should join those you generation will have to'be ,hand great dreams and great designs,"
highly elements
speculative
We,urge all citizens to cooperate with the police. Call tion It is of necessary personal for the and preserva-profes- underneath. A meeting of the cannot beat, these are the tactics led fairly but firmly. Your en- and not indulge in pityprovokingabilies
STAR EL 43773if your you should adopt when you run deavors become more fruitful. for not
the police department or the FLORIDA at I minds with friends be of' "you are enlight
sional integrity to give a wide can mutual -
have information about of those crimes-regardless up against such a situation. The 940993997947.: ened merely because you have
any
you any
profit on the 20th. At the
berth to ,schemes and entangle-, .
18th makes it difficult than "
of how unimportant it more the legal rights to be. Advocat-
may ments that cannot bear too close same time make sure you are not
seem.Eric for to counter the
ever you moves full law wellas
ing citizenship by as
PISCES
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Simpson being burdened by other people's
scrutiny. The opportunity to gain, :
and
of rivals or
persons groups
Mrs. Valien
_. by participation,
m / problems besides The Born Feb. 19th thru March 20th
own.
personally and monetarily thru, your
who have access to influence and
asked for of freedomover
: > I building: or similar enterprises I 22nd brings an opportunity to remoVe Although the brave and the a preference
authority. Therefore should
: The Civil RightsBill you safety, and concluded witha
I should.be looked i into on the 20th. limitations. consider the feasibility of reach- bold are often admired there are prayer by the late Rev. Peter
280777975287.TAURUS 7.40.664862L746.LEO times when,,their tactics be
ing goals through other may
your Marshall of the U. S. Senate.
'The claim advanced by southerners seeking to weaken methods, such as negotiations, considered foolhardy., The 18th Marshall of the U. S. Senate:
continues
to warn against over-
the pending civil rights bill on the ground that it deprives Born April 20th thru May 20th Born July 23rd thru Aug. 23rd agreements 62081987627.and friendly accords. exertions, excesses untried and "Help us, 0 Lord, when we

election officials, who bar Negroes from"'the polls, of a !"constitutionalright" "- You may consider it necessary, The 18th confirms previous dangerous techniques and other want to do the right thing, but '

'to trial by jury is "transparently spurious, for the promotion of your: long- signs that you create problemsfor SAGITTARIUSBorn pursuits that invite mishaps. In- know'not what it is But help us

Roy Wilkins,NAACP executive secretary, chargedjast week. range projects, to take certain yourself and reduce your NOT.23rd ihru'Dec:. 21si genuity leads to the wanted re most when we know perfectlywell .

In a letter to units of the Association throughout the personal and immediate steps to chances of gaining your goals I Match your tempo to that of sults. what we ought to do and ,
country, ,Mr. Wilkins warned that foes of civil rights by ensure the results you seek. The when you try to storm the bastion the times and you will avoid 'the 0-33-87-31-793.. do not,want to do it."

bringing up this issue are seeking to sabotage the bill whichis 22nd indicates the need of makingsome single-handed. There is much less useless expenditure of vital en-

now bottled up in the House Rules Committee and the economic and budgetary ad- wear and tear on'your basic, joint ergy :which you,will require lateron.
Senate Judiciary Committee.'The bill, designed to protect the justments 'which may not be en- vital and mental resources if you The 18th can create physical
right to vote, has bi-partisan support. It would enable the tirely to your liking, but dictatedby bypass speculation, emotional adventures strains at work and in your relations LILLY'S DRUG STORE
U. S. General to initiate civil action against local and .
Attorney necessity. Do not permit people misunderstandingswith with persons whose viewsare
officials and others who interfere withthe right to vote. Per- or circumstances to cause you the one you love most. diametrically opposed to 1907 Kings Road at Spires
,sons found guilty l would be held in contempt if they disobeyed to-lose your equanimity. 520551954215. yours. But when you tend to your

the order of a federal district court judge to,discontinue such 6-80-11-79-12 681.GEMINI own affairs and devote' all you r ,.-
interference. VIRGO Where Experienced|
can afford to save to the estab-
Born Aug. 24th thru Sept. 23rd lishment of reserves for your fl- Pharmacists Prepare

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claims a large share of your at-i supersede ,all ,else and one to doctor's
tention. Allow your affectionateand strives for self-betterment You. CAPRICORNBorn your i
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over on the 22nd when differencesor friendly cooperation in bringing. An emotional, or financial complication only the best quality
in yourself to the point where you the &*< .
misunderstandings occur is aggravated by &
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relations. The other person baser side of your nature. succumb to temptation ,and take 1
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may be under great stress at risks that are foreign to your

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Trade With Your Neighborhood Drug '
Born SopL 24th thru Oct. 23rd to achieve other ends as /

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I Mn.;LoIs W. Hill, Young Adult .
Director of 'the Branch YWCA, 'tPk A: }>a. r.3! Yi.r;

was among representatives of the
I Branch YWCA attending ShE hyyy ; ?4iiJr

Young Adult Weekend Confer.. '
ence last weekend in Leesburg. :tg: _

Mesdames Fannie Blue.Genera .
: .r vLr.S7 q. _
Guylon Josephine Birins and r : $ (!
A Opal Potee representatives;

f of the Business and Professional; r :
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Women's Club while Misses Lillian

I Taylor, Rosalie Williams and LSSS S.
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Blondell McCotiry were delegates; -
of the Y-Jewels Club. .
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Mrs.'Manyne Jenkins and Mrs. \ _
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Beulah Harris were hostesses to a t.
meeting of the Business and Professional r :s5yYb' :

Women's Club Monday

evening, held in the latter's home,, :
1702 W. 25th St : .. ,

Business women present in {
cluded Mesdames Irma Lynch. .. .. YvQI ;'911.'tt

Era Sailsrwhiiej:. Josephine Biv _#- .uyv y .. 4.t 455r45'Y .;
ins Opal Potee, Irene 'l :v'f y. c .5 .
DowdelL
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1 Alice Jolnson and Mercedes -Kel-

lam.Mrs. _S-
Irma Lynch president -* : A4t .
presided over the business session -- S. A

ft of the meeting, which heard reports "--, '" ..y....., :'iO' ._,,,,,n: ,..,',. --,.-.- _

on the weekend conferenceand BUSINESS MEETING Members of the, Moncrief Needlework Sewing Cede held recent business session in the home of Mrs. C.Folson. 1341 West Tenth Street.

II, suggestions for the forthcom Left photo left to right: Mesdames Audrey C. Mickens, M. C. Monroe Dorothy mayI ck. Victoria Clark, Alice Jones C. Folson A. L. Fleming C. E. Lamb and Florence Rush. I

>1 ing-lawn and beach parties plan Right photo left to right: Mesdames Annie Houston Carrie Brown., Gertrude Nairn Lula Floyd Rosa Benjamin Mamie Polite; (standing) Mary Whitlock, Sarah Thompson and Ethel D. Speed. .
ned by the group,
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A July wedding has been planned Wives Fashion Revue SlatedAt Royal Palm Club Set will hold its regular meeting Sun- be present Mrs. Edith Woods# is

$ by Miss Dolores Coslello Alpha, Enjoy ConvivialEveningMrs. day at 3:30: p. m. in the home of secretary _

Johnson and Vincent Roy God Asbury Methodist Meeting For. Sunday Mrs. Ella Lavison, 1521 Everson .

{ i win.Delores ., Vera Davis Elected PresidentMrs. .r Street Join The .
charming and talented Methodist Mrs. Mary Dixon, president, is PRAYER PILGRIMAGE
The choir*,of Asbury '
daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Joseph ; The Royal Palm Christian Club...issuing' a call to all members to To Washington, May 17.
Vera Davis was elected president of the Alpha Wives'Auxiliary Church will receive proceeds
Johnson of 1425 W. 9th St, is a
for the coming fiscal year in a meeting held last Tuesday from the Fashion Revue scheduled
111 member of the June graduatingclass
evening in the home of Mrs. E. H. Washington, 1125 West Eighth to be held Wednesday eve
of Howard University'sSchool '
Street ning. May 22, at 8 .o'clock, in As-
of Music
.i The group enjoyed an ideal social I :- bury Methodist ,Church, corner
evening after the business West First and Almeda Streets.
The Kevineties Bridge Club is Circle .
session, including an interesting Lucky Sixteen :Mrs. Letha Mae Thompson is
ending its activities for the cur r
bridge session followed by a delicious Social chairman of the group sponsoringthe
MeetThe
rent fiscal year in grand style. Enjoys
affair.
Mrs. Helen Robinson hostess supper. ,
was LUST
Other officers elected during i = STOLEN ., ,
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to the last Saturday ;
group
Sixteen" .
"Lucky Saving
( evening in her Floradale home. Lewis the evening, vice include president Mrs.; Mrs.Thelma Miriam and Sewing Circle held an interesting Plaza Sewing Circle t:; :: AIflf/'V D I j FROM NEXT

The beautiful gifts presented to ,' recording secretary;;! social-meeting in the homeof ': i ;.'
Burney Holds Social Meeting YEAR'S LINE
I.J outstanding players assumed sec- i Mrs. Theresa White on Loui- .
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corresponding ,
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ondary importance in the conversation Mrs. Gladys siana StreetA ,. -,

with members when the Harper secretary financial; Mrs.secretary M. Lucille; Mrs. briew "Mother's Day" pro- I Mrs. Leila Thomas and Mrs. <:,.f?'(:; ;:' ..,

menu was mentioned. They have Mrs.' gram preceded the business ses I Annie Perkins were hostess to a -" ,
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chaplain :
Jessie Patterson, ; I > I
rated Helen's barbecued chicken, .'
meeting of the Plaza Sewing Circle -i
Lorice Howard, treasurer; and,, sion.Mrs. I
served with brussel sprouts and a Fannie Robinson received held last Thursday evening in
Luther W. James, reporter.
host of other delectable items, fol- Mrs.Plans completed for the first prize in the apron contest; the letter's' home, 1518 West 7th
were
lowed by generous servings of which will be held having several beautiful organdy Street.'
annual picnic
baked" cake "The
"home as
this year during the month of aprons on display. The previous meeting was held
Besl"I June. The Georgia Estate of Dr. Two new members were wel- in the home of Mrs.Essie Grissett:
Mrs. Mary W. Simpson was special comed'the circle, Mesdames -Uk
has Y
; and Mrs. Nelson Spaulding
guest at the meeting and received Eveline Stewart and Lyma Alex
been selected as the site for the Wives' Plan :
a lovely gift from the host- ander. Baptist

f event. The next meeting will be held :,, =: 'BRAN'j
ess.Mesdames Meeting For MondayThe
Geraldine HUliard, in the home of Mrs. Ella Mae
Essie McCray'and Dorothy Oliver' Bolden Music StudentsTo Whitfield, 1504 Louisiana Street

were top scorers for the evening.The Mrs. L. A.. Lewis is reporterfor Baptist Ministers Wives Al-

Kevinettes' roster, in addi- Present MusicaleDistrict the group. liancewill meet Monday at 5 p. t L 9

tion to names already mentioned, m. in the home of Rev. and Mrs. I

consists of Mesdames Emma Lee No. 7 of Friendly 'Baptist New Hope Stewardesses A. F. Cummings; 1525 W. 32nd
George Pearl Mackey Janle
Church is sponsoring a Musi- Street.
Madry. Thelma A. Greene SarahS. cal FantasyWednesday evening, Schedule Silver Tea The devotion will be led by
Lovetie, Doris Glover BennettCeleste
May 22, at 8:00: p. m.* in the audi- Mrs. Edna Gordon. The Sunday 4 'rr .:
Nicks and Misses Angelyn MODEL !
Johnson. torium of the church. The churchis The Stewardess Board of New School lesson will be taught by Y

Gray and Gwendolyn S. located on the comer of 19th Hope AME Church have sche- Mrs. W. C. Whitten, and Mrs.

McCot- and Pearce Streets. duled a silver tea for Sunday, Amy Livingston. will review the
t ,Miss Blondell ,Eugenia
(". I trey and Willie Henry Mathews Appearing on the program will May 19, from 4 to 6 p. m. in the lesson. '

have set the date for June 1. The be students of the Bolden pre- church auditorium.Rev. Following the business sessiona

f vows will be spoken in Simpson piano, piano, trumpet, clarinet, A. M. Scott, pastor, announced short program will be rendered r? ri
saxophone, trombone and violin that the public is wel- with Mrs. N. J. Green and !.IIi!

" classes. come to attend. D. B. Barnes in charge. A solo
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S. will be sung by Mrs. B. W. Wil-
Selections will be designed to

appeal to all age groups. Mrs. Bethel District Sets liams.
All committees' are to make re
Alice 'Stone will be narrator for
Annual Tea SundayDistrict ports. The closing remarks will
the program and Mrs. Lucile t'y .
t PROMPTLY RILIEVDr Jones will deliver a brief addresson be made by Mrs. H. H. Robinson

A floctort formula soothing anttZema "The Value of Music For Chil No. 2 of Bethel Baptist president t

prosxptiy nUevestbeItcUNr. dren." Institutional Church will hold its .' '
..burning1 of Skin Rashes 19 from i
annual tea Sunday May ,
Fscr&fiJs. Btefcworm and Mrs. Arideth Session will ,
> scratefl1O.. to 4 to 6 p. m, in the home of Mrs. FLORIDA, STAR'IN
etapt of promotion
4t Aletgb award certificates
!zis 'ai ; students. of the pre-piano class. Mary Stephens, 1143 Spearing St '. -/5i; ( '. !

ing of irritated Certificates will be awarded to A program will be presented EVERY 'e\r

the following persons: Nettie I* during the afternoon. ,
Courtney J. Smith is a member
L. ,
Bland, Ella M. Blue, Richie COLORED HOME
of District 2.
,Brown, Betty Crawford, Estella
:' STRAND Cromer, Sandra Combo Enid R. ". ttifo of this .
,. '... amazing a+ effort ;

Sun. 7 Sat.BIG-DAYS May! 19-25 Davis,, Janice Gloria Dixon Elps, Linda Gail Edwards J. THE SEAFOOD: CENTER It..lt.-. d.number of that Phileo -ing TV ever!.So'" ot" In fleW fee**, :. : -
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"BIG UN Ames A. Glover Gwen fAdvonca'56 fs?available)now.Philco lust couldn't bold It off ft*' '"\ ,:. !J. _
Alan Ladd- Everett .: .
Plus_"BATTLE STATIONS" dolyn Grooms, Chiquita Guyton, Comer Myrtle Ave. and SHad Roe tn&t&a aheedl: Actuolfy stolen from, market Ours now to offer yea tie ,=- f

Claude C. Guyton.Mary J. Gra- This week Fred is glad to report that the traffic situatioa has eased s 'a .ew,1956 Phfco TV rane pt &riihf sharpett,most_.....TV .,: ,1".1

;. ROOSEVELT ham, Beulah L. Hall Audrey up considerably and he wishes to the remind side his and faithful rear. trade that. to'be amowioicl In faIL Top-S cref: ever introduced at fhli rab4ew. (eV '- .I
there is plenty of free parking on ,
LSon.. -Tuts. May .19.21 Hankins, Shyrl Harris, Sharon L. Beet ArfvtMOKfdMign any ckmls,. |3rk .tf you're In Aeraart**for TV .. ';, 1
The Week's BuyrMEDIUM 5 '
Runs Isaac L. Jackson, Brenda timer.*.kthihoffid perform- rt; It for'YOW Coma" ltjl .j .
r 2 Technicolor lit SPUR" Hooks, Gre- MULLET ."":.."........ .... Ib. 20c .5
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t- Leon Richardson, Jr., Donald Fancy Fresh Water PERCH'.._...,._.....,............ Ib. 3Sc .-.: :
J # f .SKYVIEW Roberts, Verona J. Sands, Con- Genuine Fully Dressed .

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I Day Spring Baptist Church, Plans 76th Anniversary Event I





Rev. Weaver Completes 2fth Year Grant Memorial Unit I It I YMCA Day Camp ;AMERICANS IN ARMEDFORCES SERVING '

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Congregation Shows Appreciation To Begin June 24 l _

7, W :A' ti a ;..pd Fort Polk, Las (AHTNC) -Spe-
cialist Third Class Kibbie 'L:

A joint anniversary celebration will be held May 19 through] Brown, son of Mrs. Mary E. Daw-
The seventh annual Day Campof
May 26 at Day Spring Baptist Church, for the 76th anniversary of ; : the James Weldon Johnson son, 178 N.W. 17th SL, Miami, r'

the church and the 20th anniversary of the. Rev. Mr. C. A. Weaver ;; s' YMCA will be conducted June Fla., is participating in "Exercise '
Sledge Hammer" with the 1st
as.pastor. '
24-July 19 at Dames Point New
Services will be held each eve- : Armored.Division at a maneuver
;4 Berlin Florida. The camp site is
ning during the coming,week, be- Choir 2; Choir 4; Missionary Society % : ; on the waterfront property of area near Fort Polk, La.
ginning at 8 o'clock each night, and Junior Crusaders. ; Mrs. Reba Christopher and Mrs. Specialist Brown is a message
with noted. speaker deliveringthe a%. center clerk in Company A of thedivision"s
message on each occasion. Sunday, May 26th: Sunday c Georgia BrilL 141st Signal Battalion.He .

Various organizations and auxil- School; Choir 3; BTU; Junior The purpose of the day camp entered the Army in April
Ushers Districts 10, 13, 25, 26, 4
iaries of the church will be in ; ..t'.; Jr programs is to develop Christian 1953 and received basic trainingat
charge of services as follows 27, 28, and 30. > t < : character, to train youths for Fort Gordon, Ga.

Monday: Deacons; Trustees; Rev. and Mrs. C. A. Weaver ff r d leadership, to provide supervisedplay Brown attended Booker "'.T.

Deaconess Board 1; District 1; will be honored Monday evening, activities for a portion of the Washington High School. \

Choir: 1; and Willing Workers' May 27, for their contribution to summer months and to keep .

Cl b. "" the church and the community for A.d., 'wy 7ykb.' asw p. !; \ youths off street corners and out Fort Sill, Okla. (AHTNC) -

Tuesday: Districts 2, 3, 5, 7; the past 20 years. The 76th Year of mischief.J. Army Pvt. Thomas H. Engram
Female Choir; Usher Board 1 and Birthday Cake will be featured M.. whose wife, Sara, lives at 2434
W. Word, camp director, is
Matron's Council. during the evening. Day St., Montgomery, Ala., is receiving -
IX: urging boys to register early. '
Wednesday: Districts 4, 8, 9,14; boards and c ti'' A.r advanced training with
All departments, Reservations may be made at the
Aid Board and ,a, the 597th Armored Field
Pulpit Usher < Artillery
; clubs of the church have a finan- 9' > 5 5s 54f Branch Office, 415 Broad Street.
Board 2.Thursday. Battalion at Fort Sill Okla.
i cial quota for the anniversary The fee is $3.00 per week for each
: Districts 15, 16, 17, Engram entered the Army last
Prizes will be awarded'the auxil- boy. Boys will leave at 8:00 a. m.
19, 20; Male Chorus and Deaconess January and completed basic
iary with the largest attendanceeach and return at 5:00: p. m.
Board 2. training at Fort Bliss Tex.
1 {1'l;.;:' iK: _.. Ji>U %W$ ,,,, .
Friday: Districts 11 12, 18, 21; night. "" Major Taft Cummings and Dr. The son of Mr. and Mrs. LouieF.
SUNDAY SCHOOL TEACHERS
The Grant Memorial AME School
Sunday
staff In a recent
Engram, 138 Detroit Ave., Pan-
meeting held In the basement of the church are shown above. Left to right: Mrs. Janie F. Cannon. E. W. Thompson will assist Mr.
ama City, Fla., he attended Ala-
Miss Zelma Johnson. Ira W. Hembry Miss Arey E. Chrispin Willie Walker Emmett N. Reed Sr.. i Word in directing activities at the
bama State
The
College. 22-year-
Skiloh Metropolitan Baptist SelsImual Miss Aretha Johnson. Mrs. Agnes A. Walker Mrs. Lucile Baines and the Her. Ira D. Hinson, pastor. camp. old soldier is a member of OmegaPsi

Women's Observance Phi fraternity.

Day_ .
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Th women of Shiloh Metropolitan Baptist Church have sche- T \
duled tne.ir'annual Women's Day observance for Sunday, May 26. 5'
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Mrs. Mary Palmer, general chairman, stated that Sunday's ob-
servance promises to be one of the greatest ii) the history of the : HARPE'i
church )

rJ Mrs. Susie C. Holley, presidentof
the Women's Baptist State mittee: Mrs. Josephine Browning,
Convention of Florida and vice chairman; Mrs. Alyce O. Roberts,
president of the Women's Auxil- Mrs. Sallye Furman, Mrs. Alice ; F utua

iary of the National Baptist Con- Mack and Miss Margaret Dennis. ry

vention will be the speaker for Hostesses committee: .Mrs. Laura

the morning service. Coleman, chairman; Mrs. Jose- 1
phine Brown, Mrs. Beulah Tunsel, r
Officers for the day are as follows -
Mrs. Andrena Twiggs and Mrs.
: Mrs. A. B. Coleman, acting
Price. Ushers committee:
pastor for the day; Mrs. Frankie Matthew
Thompson, co-chairman; Mrs. Mrs. Ruby Kitchings Mrs. Bettye ,.

Mary Lewis, Mrs. Erma Baety, Kennedy, co-chairman; Mrs. Dell
Mrs. Emma Smith, and Mrs. Green. Courtesy committee: Mrs.

Theresa Wilson. Finance committee Daisy Kelsey, chairman; Mrs.
: Barzella Polite Mrs. Tressie Ha-
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: Mrs. Dora Parker, chairman;
Mrs. Bryant and SPEAKER Dr. William H.
gan, Josephine
Mrs. Lillian Timmons Mrs. Annie 6+ ak
Borders of Atlanta, Georgia will .1 '*
Irene
Mrs. Pijjford.
Lee Hall 'Gertrude
MrsA Teasley,
deliver the address for the "Na
Mrs.Inez McClain, and Mrs. Mary Sunday School Department THIS ONLY
Danzy. Program committee: Mrs. Mrs. Erma Baety, superintendent, than W. Collier Day" program y QC"bsw' ,
adults; Mrs. Pearlean Cooper,jun- scheduled for May 23 on the +
Mary Cummings, chairman; Mrs. s. rRzd ,.. n
Juanita McClendon, co-chairman; iors; Mrs. Cora Washington, inter- campus of ,Florida Normal and ; Y
Mrs. Justine Henderson and Mrs. mediate; Miss Mildred McCoy, Industrial Memorial College. HAPPENS 4s'
primary; Mrs. Willie Smith, Dr. Borders is pastor of Wheat
Juanita Holmes. Public relations:
Mrs. Constance Jones and Mrs. youth; Mrs. Lucille G. Coleman, Street Baptist Church in Atlanta.

Grace Maultsby. Beautification beginners; and Mrs. Lillian Ross, Georgia: president of the Georgia ONCE A .
Baptist State Convention: and a i' .
committee: Mrs. Mamie Beale: cradle rolLBaptist ____ :
MJ
Alexander, chairman; Mrs:: Ethel I Training Union: Mrs. vice president of the National r 1is

Madison, Mrs. Alma McCray and Blanche Scott, Mrs. Blanche Ines'Mt.Baptist Convention of America. 'YEAR _

Mrs. Rosa Redmond. Music com- Baker, Mrs. Linnie Sutton, and

\frs--. Ttoiilnh Ramsey.. Sponsors. 3'c
committee: Mrs. Marian L. Glover : GEORGE TEDDER
Carmel Women
RITZ NOW ,,chairman; Mrs. Mable Davis, OSCAR HARPER
Mrs. Ida S. Clark, Mrs. Carrie
Alston, Mrs. Estella Douse, Mrs. Plan For Animal

H G' Geneva Gray, Mrs. Doris John- So Don't Miss These BargainsHARPER'S

son, Mrs. Edith Bonner, and Mrs. Day Observance ,
Addie Albertie. Contact committee -

.z- : Mrs. Dorothy Fowler Scott, The entire membership of ML

{ chairman; Mrs. Thelma Sampson, Carmel Baptist Church, 1500 Har-

co-chairman. rison Street, the Rev. C. C. Dan- .
Says
E
iel, pastor, will.observe their an-
nual Women's Day activities.

!i Mrs. Rose Cleveland, chairmanand
I- Forum Will Honor Mrs. Lillie Mae Williams, co- : -

:;; chairman have announced the G.ENERALELECTRIC;

) ._. : Staff Sunday schedule. Sunday School

Hospital will.begin at 9:30': a.-m. with Mrs. I I S
Edith Howard and Mrs. Mary AUTOMATIC COMBINATIONREFRIGERATORFREEZER

At .Si. Paul AME Daniels in charge. Guest superin-
tendent will be Mrs. Alberta Wil- I

GEORGESTEVENS' liams. Guest teachers will be in
charge of the classes.
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The Allen Christian Endeavor The' 11 a. 'm. worship service ':;4:';;;;';K' :":' ; :::>" "" ':' :<:"N.H: .4 : IIIIt

League of st. Paul, AME Church 'will be in charge of Mrs. Izora On These STAR Specials '. 1 1 with Revolving Shim

will resume its regular Monthly Mrs., Dessie Mrs.
Taylor, Hayes, -
rr- '' .
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rev 9.ot. occ..ibilitr-
Forum Sunday at 5 p. m. by pay- Slashed I Low
cyA Lucile Bright, and Mrs. Mary Drastically c.. :.h od'wobJir'k -
ing tribute to the work of the Alexander..Mrs. Winona Alex- .,'.-. were thl aria.
nurses, doctors, internes and all ander,. who will be introduced by : For "Florida Star" Readers :: .:: ':.::;:;:::;;;;;;;:;::: !} ;:
hospital workers in connectionwith '* <
Mrs. Maud Higdon will deliver -
Hospital Week just closed. the address for the morning. No Trade Necessary To Get Special Price

Xd Dr. Archie Frazier, resident Others will appear' ,on the morning REG. PRICE SPECIAL MAGNETIC Si 'y DOOR
physician at. Brewster Hospital,
will serve as consultant The.program.Youth Hour program will G E UPRIGHT FREEZER $319.95 $249.95 zr Plat Jkitt Dtlau ftttotntig

X Another feature on the pro be rendered at 3 p. m. with Miss 11 Cu. Ft. 385 Lb., Capacity
gram will be an address by Dr: Lucile Williams, Miss Gloria 70 pevnd Xere Degree

I Ivey Frey, a native of India and Tookes, Miss Ida Sampson, Miss GE e; FILTER-FLO WASHER 369.95 289.95 Tevdi. Freezer Adl J Feet FWol .

:also a resident physican at Brew Cordelia Hill and Miss Sylvia Year Choice of Two Wash Speeds and Two Spin Speeds IMtl Deer Opener '
Model
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ster Hospital. Miss Myrtis Brown, burden will be in charge. The RemoTCS- Lint --- See It Demonstrated $339 ebleHARPER'S oluminn end, fI.Of odjwil-
t.c assistant director of nurses at speaker for the youth will be .
Brewster will serve as technician.An Iiss Josephine Hall. Miss Betty GE REFRIGERATOR 289.95 199.95 o Fa.Z. i'inaY.ar Writ-

< but Bick ha Benedict was biggest was the bit invitation has been.extended Johnson will serve as mistress of Big ,Family Size Ten Co. Ft., Vegetable Bins, Door Shelves "...cti. PIoa

one day when he crawled ?, to the public to attend. ceremonies.The GE'30" r''T./
INCH RANGE 179.95 149.95
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BTU will convene at 6 p. 1 1 1
: m. with Mrs. Verdestine McCants, Big Family Size Oven --- Push Button Controls
With Rock Hudson PATRONIZEFlorida Bertha Atkinson, Ruby Williamsand
James Deoa Uz Taylor Mary Haywood in charge. FLORENCE GAS RANGE 274.95 229.95Deluxe r. ill l ll wmr

'ADULTS ..... MATINEE 45c Star Mrs?Annie Bell Cross will serve Model .-. Completely Installed with Two Tanks of Gas MAGNETIC Mty DOOR
EVENING 60c KIDS 15e Adv tiHrs as guest president. A program
will be rendered by several local .Specials Can Be Financed on .

artists., Harper's Low Budget Terms --- Bank Rates ": 1 I189"Low
Evening worship will begin at
J J When In Need Call 1 with Mrs. Alma Cook, Alberta HOMI A's

; WALTER SiS ;, LIMBRIC Duncan, Miss Francis Washingtonand
Mrs. Dora Washington in IIC. : ModellAS 81P l
I BONDING AGENT -- Elgin 3-6776 charge. Mrs. Aldonia C. Joyner
LOw pRIC
Dowi LOW PRIC[
Federal will be the evening speaker. She 19th Payments
t City .-- Ceantr .-:- Benches -- 2820 MAIN at
: will be introduced Rosa
1l *. ANYWHERE .IN FLORIDA by Mrs. Phone, EL 6-2858 :
Lee Shannon. :Mrs. Hazel Argrett E-Z TERMS .. :
396 East Beaver, St Jacksonville, Florida "
Open 'til 9:00 Every Nigh
J will serve, as,mistress of cere- p.m. -,
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I.: Duval Salesmen And Merchants Set "Exposition Of Products" Sunday. May 19, *w .


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II' ProdlclsPrizes ,*


I ., To Be Featured *
NF W r *

At Country Club *

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) Sunday. Hay 18thThe ...



Duval County Salesmen
11 and Retail Merchants Association

whose members are actively or

formerly engaged in various *
phases of salesmanship and saps
promotions. will hold Us Second
HI
Annual Exposition of Products at *
the Lincoln Golf and Country

B Club Saturday and Sunday. May

I J. D. BROOKS JOE GARNETT rxna. ETHEL SPEARS MRS. SARAH t:. CRUSE JOSHUA HILLMAN 18 and 19.
Sales Representative Driver-Salesman Home Consultant Cashier. Jax Meat 'Co. Salesman. R. S. Evans Autos The main feature of, the event
i p. Schaefer President Brewing Company Swedd Distributing Co. Secretary DCS&RMA Acting Secretary. DCS&RMA Chaplain. DCS&RMA will be held Sunday, beginning at A Up of the Pepsi Cap to
DCS&RMA
Treasurer DCS&RMA
r __ .. __ ""'"' Ttl .m.___ ___. .__ 2:00: p. m, at which time a number Americans these oatitaadlnr who make young oar
:.'?1 of products, ranging from
1--- country and our ceauaaplfcr
1 F : beverages to a variety of home a better place in which to HY e.
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appliances and automobiles, will *

;4i L i Vw. be grounds on display of the on Country the spacious Club, * *

h1L. -I I where Curtis Taylor, a memberof *
:; the salesmen's organization, is

1 t. wf slated to serve as host to visitors.A *

t I ;;n __ special feature of the Sunday *
afternoon display session will be
3
I x ;rW f the awarding of door prizes and *
the organization's customer ticket *
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T1I prizes, in the form of a Console *

'Ipr' Model Cookware.Hi Fi and a set of Presto v m. 6


Other highlights of the event *
$ will include the dispensing of

::r 'i / favors and useful samples without ..; ,w1 *
*
x ... charge to ,visitors of the Second itit"
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MRS. JEAN H. COBB ALONZO "Duck" DAVISl.nss VIVIAN GRANT --WM. "Biir SHELLMAN 1t' ISAIAH WHITE Annual Exposition of Products.
Products Demonstrator Salesman. Jax Appliance Center Cashier. Jax Meat Co. Salesman. Gordon Thompson Sales Representative Among the members who will
I i Schaefer Beer Duval Appliance Co. Chevrolet Co. Consolidated Distributing Co.I participate in the mammoth display JEAMETE Y. KITTLES ir

t ... L ,:m,4 !. : __ -- High School
BROOKS. sales representative for *
c; it : Pepsi-Cola Bottling Co.
U.9 Schaefer Brewing Company: JOE and Pepsi-Cola Dealers *
are proud to salute Jean-
GARNETT. driver-salesman for
ette Y. Kitties of the 9-13 it
__ Swedd, Distributing Company.who homeroom. She is a member
__ ; of basketball team.
are distributors for Bud- verse speaking choir and >*
weiser Beer. is an honor student. *

MRS. SARAH E. CRUSE. cash-
ier. Jax Meat Company. ** .

JOSHUA HILLMAN. salesman *
,
with R. S. Evans Autos. '
*
I MRS. JEAN COBB. products
demonstrator currently associ- *
Tv
: LT- Schaefer Co.
-- ated with Brewing
Y *
ALONZO "Duck" DAVIS. who

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: !' Center and Duval Appliance *
I Company in a sales capacity.
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; GEORGE REDD J. D. REED MRS. ORA McIVER GEORGE BARTON ARTANSEN MACON Meat Company cashier. *
\ Driver-Salesman. General Driver-Salesman Beautician Salesman. Firestone Stores Ex-Salesman WILLIAM "BUI" SHELLMAN.sales .
.. Wholesale Distributing Co. Schlitx Beer representative for Gordon *

.L ." .. Thompson Chevrolet Company.
'JJ< ? *
p ;.,.... ..... .. \.. ISAIAH WHITE. sales representative x
:i' :.':-, : .'. "'>' .1 for Consolidated Disiri- *
::;: .:i1g'' ; IPlIT' STANLEY RICHARD
: :
: : ::. .
such
: ; butors. who represents MILLER
Ji : brands as Early Times. Old Forester it James Weldon Johnson

j 1frTw s Colby's 'Reserve. Smirnoff Junior High School
t' ; Tribute Is paid to Stanley
L Vodka. Southern Comfort. Teachers
,
SJ" who is a member of the
; w-1 Scotch. J.' W. Red and J. W. 9-2 class. He is photo-
itit grapher for the school
? : Black.
:; : i paper and an honor student
>: ..: GEORGE REDD driver-salesman His hobby is coUecttng
'" : : guns.
: P employed by General
'I > : Wholesale Distributing Company. * *

distributors of Ballantine Beer. *
Champale. Canadian Ace Beer.

I Mogen-David Wine and several *

) A1 other ages.J. brands of wines and bever- 'd *

*
D. REED. driversalesman.Neal ,
1 Tyler and Sons. sole distri- *
I flll2. -f'---- : .. _... -_.. .. ,- '. eI.t_ L ,. .Ei: @:. Schliiz Beer.
butors of
J. "Nip" SAMS LACY SUTTON HENRY JENNINGS KEN KNIGHT JOSEPH McCRAY *
Sales Representative Transportation Employee Driver-Salesman. Reed DistriRadio Announcer-Salesman Sales Manager MRS. IRA McIVER. well-known
I Calvert Distillers Co. Neal Tyler & Sons Distributors buting Co. Distributors Station WHHC Century Metalcraft Corp. beautician. who recently conducted *
Schaefer Beer *, a series of charm courses at the
uu.___r __..___ ,*
A. L. Lewis Branch YWCA.

-iid19 GEORGE BARTON. salesman. *
!
I : f, associated with the Ninth and *
Main branch of Firestone Stores.
ARTANSEN MACON. a former RICUZLYN DAVETTE *

salesman. now employed in the COOPER
*
ah w postal service but still active in ;lames Weldon Johnson
. I L Junior High School
., *
< fostering the aims of the sales-
- 4 % c men's organization.J. Richelyn is an honor stu-
.. dent and a member of the *
,
3 __ "Nip" SAMS sales represen- 9-2 class. She is an active .
tative. Calvert Distillers Co.' club.member She is of affiliated the speech with *

I 4k L LACY SUTTON. a transportation West .Union BaptistChurch. / *

__ employee with Neal Tyler '*
l
and Sons. Distributors.

\. __ F'. irva .a L __ HENRY JENNINGS, driver- * I
_
: L\ salesman. Reed Distributing Co. 'J
_ ; I 1 i distributors of Schaefer Beer. C.n.rotabtieas from Pepsi
___ L KEN KNIGHT. popular radio Cola to these three Merit
r : Award winners! |
: and conductor of the
I ,. announcer *
._ ;
' -:--- :t11.:: ._ -_ -- -i V-A.. "';''''' V'''> ''''' "Knight Train. "Sweet Chariot" Listen to the Pepsi Merit
I CLARENCE A. BAKER REV. D. B. BARNES" EDWARD BROWN WILBUR CASON PERCY HARRIS It Award salutations on Pep*!I
.1 Salesman Salesman Salesman Salesman Salesman and"Pepsi Teen Time Show"over Teen Time, WRHC 1400
l Century Metalcraft Corp. Century Metalcraft Corp. Century Metalcraft Corp. Century Meialcrafl Corp. Century: Metalcraft Corp. Station W HC, and who also en your dial. Saturday 3

I r.::... :.,!/<:-'.: .....':':..':'." "...,.' '._.> "". ".,TBBl. I II serves as.,sales representative for to 4 p..... DaaciM at
.. Wilder i Park Recreation
the broadcasting outfit. Center. Admission ,,...
; -_ Purpose. Of The Organization JOSEPH McCRAY. sales man- *
for Century Metalcraft Corp..
: ager
i *
If The purposes .of the organization are: '_ distributors of Presto Pride kit.

It y.iY > ', chenware and his sales staff composed *
*
To further trainband'educate: sales people lathe, field of sales, of Clarence A. Baker Rev *
D. B. Barnes Edward Brown
manshi
p. .
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I Ti Wilbur Cason. Percy Harris and
I. Ernest 0. Thomas. Jr.
To solicit the help and support of the community and partial *
J HAMP SULLIVAN salesman
larly conusmers market.
4cr Burwell Motors Ine:.. author-

ised Chevrolet dealers.
To participate in 'worth while 'civic and community projects.To '
SPEARS
'!\, .',. ,MISS BARBARA
:, well-known beautidaD.I .
acquaint-the public. with the particular product or service: I Pepsi CobDealers
ISAAC JONES SIL salesman
they are selling. with .Masses & Taylor Ford Co.. ofJatksoeriiie

: n.3ifC'y' ... CaJ1 ID. -
-,, To become more of an asset to their respective companies,
ERIC O. SIMPSON
publisherof
;. d >> .*
i ERNEST O. THOMAS* ,, JR. RAMP SULLIVAN ERIC O.. SIMPSONPubHffeer I I through efficiency.andinaeased:. salesA / <* "' '', l".';'. ? the "Florida Star," ..Jacksonville's -

,, Salesman Salesman oP the I *" *! '. 2 leading advertising medic 1--: hays af Pepsi 1
n'BunllMelon lac rn rWa Siar" i, To promote'good'will and'good'public'relations. in the Negro community.
r _< '_Century_._ .Metalcraft Corp. .- ''''' ._.J f-----s.. y _..' T_....F,..r- -- p ...... -.........-' ;....xY : .
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I 2; : News Of Interest From All; Sections'>Of Beautiful Florida : ': '4.



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>i :<"'Putnam County News I. "De Might" ..nty CMlt.... Ctwl I Associate' Membership f Florida Normal


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Granted
1 'jt: :;: f": 7 ?$*' < ::: *" iit: y .'" h"" "'" h Florida A&M I
',- ;l' J: c' ; Summer School
BY E. J. VHBEH d ; ; School Of Pharmacy

1F 608 Madison Street PaSatka, Florida ,. k. { J\\;
To
Jane
Open 10
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; ; ,Phone East 5-3025 ... J _' -TALLAHASSEE Associate _
., membership in the American
!:' THOUGHT FOR THE WEEK ,, :-iJ.v{. '. ,
A
St.
;; Pharmaceutical Association was Augustine President R.
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"Li not neither to thyself nor man nor GaeL It is for cowards I'W" granted the Student Branch of the W. Puryear announced this week :

to lie."-Herbert. i School of Pharmacy of Florida A that Summer School sessions will

'-.r'f Last week we invited Mr. Wm. Maxwell'who 'operates a very ; :; and M University during the open at Florida Normal and Industrial -

fine grocery store in East Palatka to be our guest to the movies. 7 ."'>.t., ''''. : 104th meeting of the APA held Memorial College on
Mr.Maxwell is a native of Athens Georgia. He 'was accompanied y in New York City April 28 to May I June 10 and will end August 3.

by his wife, who is.a member of the faculty of Central Academy ; 3. Courses in General Education
I"
This week we are happy to :5 'J The APA has a membership of designed to aid teachers to Im- 1
\send out an invitation to a young is the sister of Mrs. Lowe. : .' nearly 28,000 members from all prove certification requirementsare
I
Iadyrho possesses a very charm- S __ .i, ., ,<\.. ., .. segments of the profession, in- being offered. ,
ing personality. She lives very Mrs. Ruth Walker was a very '' cluding students from 75 American Mrs. Lillian Lyons, a teacher of

close to an in-law of this reporter.She pleasant visitor in Starke last / schools and colleges phar- Exceptional Children in, New

has one sister who lives ,in Sunday visiting Mrs. Ollie Mae I'if' macy. York Public School system, will

the magic city; She is a memberof Cummings.Mrs. ; Dean Howard McClain of the head a workshop for slow learners. -

the Bethel AME Church and A'and M school of pharmacy rep- A second workshop will be

also an instructor in a. large elementary Vanila Wilson and family resented the university at the offered in the problems of teach

school in Putnam Coun- and Mr. Charlie Muse and family meeting of the American Associa- ing reading for both elementaryand

ty..Now I am sure she knows thisis motored to Valdost, Ga last tion of Colleges of Pharmacy held secondary school teachers.

meant for her. Sunday to attend the funeral of in New York.Attending Courses will be offered in

Mrs. Wilson's skier, Mrs. Mary the meeting from music, art physical education, religion -
Mr. and Mrs. Ben Lowe and Lee Tarver who p sse] away last Florida A and M were Luther elementary education, psy-

Mr. and Mrs. Charles Mound were Wednesday in New Ycrk City. Donaldson, Carl Andrews, Jr., chology, methods, science, indus-
injured in a car accident last Sun- Charles Lassiter, Sam Shannon trial arts and social studies.

day afternoon. None of them was Putnam Cously VTCJ well rep. Wilbert Monroe and Advisor M. President Puryear also an-

seriously injured. Mr. and Mrs. resented last week' at J.n Advisory T. Waters. The meeting was heldat nounces that Dr. J. G. Chapmanof

Charles Mound were visiting Mr. Council for intern teachers which "'1 the Slater HoteL the Department of Educationand
and Mrs. Ben Lowe. Mrs. Mound was held at Edward Waters Col- NAMES MASCOT< Members of the "Do Right' Beauty Culture Club who, pride themselvesof Dr. J. L. Wilson, former Deanat

lege. Jacksonville.Those who represented being members of the Class of 1953 of a local beauty school, are seen at a recent meeting. Master marks were given by the Rev. Arkansas A & M College have

Putnam County were John Hagans seen on the extreme left of the front row has been named mascot of the club. James ,Williams of Lakeland., been added to the summer school

Prof. LJL N. Mullen, principal, Present were (sealed left to right) John Hagans. Mrs. Mildred Christopher Mrs. Queen E. Harris The afternoon program was faculty.

Central Academy Elementary Mrs. Eunice McCoy: (standing) Mrs. Jacqueline Singleiary' Mrs. Louise M. Taylor. Mrs. Lillian G. presented by Mrs. A. L. Brown.
D Conway, co-hostess: Mrs. mess Hagan. hostess and Mrs. Thomasena Glover.
Er School: Prof. H. L. Burney prin- Mrs. Rebecca Simpson was hon- Beauticians Attend
cipal of the Middleton Jr. High
ored as mother of the day. Re-

School at Crescent City and Mrs. Florida N&IM Commencement Slate WillistonPALLBEARERS marks were given by George Meeting In OrlandoThe
Helen D. Long supervisor of Ne- Sharp of Cross City. Holy com-
groes Schools in Putnam County. NO. 11' munion was administered at the following members of the
Includes Names Of Ktiei Pallbearers Lodge No. 11 has
t SpeakersSt. close of the service. City-wide Beauticians League left
The 4-H Club of Putnam Coun scheduled a meeting for Sunday, the city this week to attend the
May 19, at 12 with the Rev. f
noon
will hold its annual achieve
ty Ted Clayton celebrated his Orange Blossom Beauticians As-
Augustine, Florida Dr. Robert H. Wilson, dynamic pastorof Sams in charge.
ment day and dress review Saturday the Bethel Institutional Baptist Church, Jacksonville, Florida, will fourth birthday recently with a sociation meeting which is cur-
May 18th at the East Pa- his rently in session in Orlando.
; party given by grandmother,
deliver the baccalaureate sermon to the graduating class at Florida
latka SchooL All 4-H girls are The regular order of worshipwas Mrs. Leila Mae Wallace. Mesdames Juanita Lewis, Callie
Normal and Industrial Memorial College at services to be held Sun-
requested to furnish an article conducted Sunday in New C. Johnson, Ethel Lee Jones, AnnieK.
day, May 19th, in the College Gymnatorium at 3:00: m.
p.
for 'the exhibit. _. u __ Hope Baptist Church with the Willard Morris of Jacksonville, Breaker, Carrie Adams, Reatha
Dr. Cornelius v. Troup, president -
I pastor, the Rev. J. H. Phillips delivering Miss Catherine Wilcox of Sara- Davis, Irene Harrison, Bessie Harris -
of Fort Valley State College, both his A.B. and degrees,
All parents of Central Academy B.D. the messages. Joshua sota, the Rev. James Williams,! A. Camper, and Mable Smith,
Fort Georgia will deliver
Valley Dr. Wilson to Jacksonvillefrom .
came
School are asked to bring all'children Wallace and Raleigh Wallace Jr., Mrs. Joana Dixon and daughter, Miss E. L Brookins, E. P. Jones
i the commencement address Mon- '
St. Paul Baptist Church of
entering school for the first were ordained as deacons. Re- Catherine of Lakeland. and Willie Smith.
time and their,birth certificates to day, May 20th at 10:00: a. m. Columbia S. C., where he had a
Dr. Wilson, who has won wide successful
pastorate.
the High School at 1:15: p.: m. to 3 *
attention since coming to the pulpit -
He is president of the interdenominational -
r p. m. May 27 through the 30th.
I of Bethel Institutional Baptist Ministerial. Alliance -

Church, in 1953, is regarded as of Jacksonville; 'member
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one of the outstanding young of,the Commission of Chaplainsof NOW AT PRICE
.
If Iron DiflcUncy Anemia BUY SELL HINT REPAIR ministers in the church today. the National ,Baptist, cOnven- .

Has Sapped Your Strength HAMWEY BROS. A graduate of Benedict College, tion of America; member of the ,..

S.S.S. Tonic builds better SEWING MACHINES Columbia, S. C., where he earned Trustee Boards of Florida Normal
WASHING MACHINES .
health strengthens weak Sales and 'Service Since 1975 and Industrial' Memorial Collegeand ,
blood. S.S.S.Tonic mado of 20 BROAD ST. EL 4-7748 STANTON GRAD WINS of Morris College, Sumpter, : YOU CAN AFFORD
Nature' own roots and S. C.; member of the Evecutive

herbs, has vital Iron to build SUMMER STAY ABROAD Board of the Progressive State

rich,red blood.So give your Convention of Florida and of the

whole fondly an energy lift ,SI'CKHAIR I ? East Florida and Bethany Association -
get back your pep. ATLANTA, Ga. Avon Kirk- and Grand Treasurer of the FREE!

5.5.5. Tonic makes you feel 'lAZY I SCAlP I land became the third student ofAtlanta's Prince Hall Masons of Florida.

good again fast or your with Clark College to win a
Correct them -
money back. Now In liquid foreign travel grant recently FOUR-ACT OPERETTATO _i Y
WILCOX FORMULAE #39
or tablets at all drug when the Experiment in Inter- 6 MONTHS
counters. SAVE! Buy the At I last for both,' hair worriedmen national Living, of Putney, Ver- BE PRESENTED AT
.
; and womea. A scalp condi- SUPPLY OF GAS !
large economy sire! tioner that hat proven beneficial in mont, announced that he had been
r thousands ol actual clinical cases. chosen from Clark to participatein HOHCRKF SCHOOL '.
For the Average Family f
.
CLARA WARB Easy and pleasant to se-removes the organization's summer I %..3
Famous Gospel dandruff-' stops itching-checksexcessive travel program.As Moncrief Elementary School
hair
loss-helps prevent
Singer, says I baldness> Gives you a healthy a member of the 1957 travel will present a four act Operetta FREE ,
"If you're weary scalp and conditions the hair* at group of several hundred college "Cinderella in Flowerla d," Mon- ;'

and there's no sons the same time-your hair and students from all parts of the nation day, May 20, 1957, at 7:30 p. m. .
scalp will look and feel better with TURKEY 1Ti
la your be heart tired you and the very first application. You'can Avon, a native of Jackson- in the auditorium of the schooL *
may slowed down be- 1 be> fret of ugly dandruff-use a ville, Florida, will leave this The operetta committee in- WI PURCHASE
comb that isn'toarfed with hair.
,caiueofIronDeffcisecy Stop experimenting with "cure-all' country early in July for Italy cludes Mrs. Julia' F. Wallace, (See Coupon)
tonics."gel definite visible benefits where he will spend the summerin chairman; Mrs. Martha E. Kelly;
Anemia. al once,with! WILCOX FORMULAE the home of an Italian family. Mrs. Margarette Starkes and Mrs. ..
Lisa.Mk Try #39-it helps nature replace hair r Kirkland, a junior at Clark,.is a Alvina Scriven. Mrs. Olivia, R. 4 __ _
the normal' way. A month's supply 4
to bund with complete directions-only $2, student of the Department of Smith is in charge of music and :NOHOMEY: 4
tai indo If not fully satisfied at the Chemistry.The she will be assisted by Carter T.
red end of 4 weeks you will be refundedthe _
full $2. Send cash; personal Experiment in International Lewis. JrL ao--
check.or money order-start caring Living is an independent, non- Playing the leading role of / ,
for'' and saving 'your hair TODAY.. profit corporation with no politi- Cinderella is Carmen Atkins; : ,
Mail DOW! 1i/
toWILCOX. cal or religious affiliations. It was Prince Sunshine is Willie James -'A
created for the purpose of creating King; and Godmother Nature is
Depr. FS P. 0. Box 1588 JUST TRADE IN J / '
e better understanding Louvenia Allen.
among
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Balpk Dipas Must Prove He Is While \ of the basketball Harlem Magicians team and professional known- Floyd Patterson .


Before He Cai Figki Ii Lolisiua SPORTING IT UPBY the greatest country basketball over as.the world'S.. Nay Defeid Tille .

recently that his co-partner fleece

(Goose) Tatum scored as high as h London FirstNEW .
HEW ORLEANS -The racial Identity of Ralph Dupas the Mew C. PARHAM JOHNSON Howie Bedell and Lee Maye. 14,637 points in one season, which.
i Orleans. La. welterweight prime fighter has been stirred again in
: up was an of 51 points ,
JOHN ROSEBORO the HORACE GARNER, another average per Classic Reset
1 .young
Louisiana and he has been told by the Louisiana Athletic Commission .
YORK Gus D'Amato.
former Jacksonville Brave, hit a game. -
catcher
who was sent back to
that he must settle the
of
question whether he is a whUe'maaor
grand slam homer recently for. manager of heavyweight "'champion -
Montreal
of the International
a Negro once and for all before he can be considered for future WELL THE JACKSONVILLE For December 14
Evansville ,to givehis team a 4-3.. Floyd Patterson announced
where
. J fights in the state. League he could play regularly BRAVES do not roost at the top
, recently that he plans to have
victory. Baseball fansin and
has been alerted
Dupas said he thought the matter by the of the league at this point, but
Patterson defend his world
Dodgers to be ready to more into around Jacksonville were won-
of his racial Sam Richardsonand
heritage was set- Wolfson Spec "
sixth-ranking welterweight from TALLAHASSEE-A. S.Jake
title
heavyweight in London
dering what had become of Gar-
Brooklyn day. They
tled when "the commission gave Patterson N. J., said that if the any say ner. Well, the old boy is still Manager Mickey Owen are "sometime this year" for pro- Gaither, athletic director of Flor-
is behind
Campanella just as good
its okay to his successful bout commission believes he is a Negro playing baseball at Evansville battling to bring another top- moter Harry Levine. ida A & M University, has an-
with a while fighter last April 8. they should have stopped the the bat as he ever was. but his Indiana. notch team to the city..The team. nounced that,the Orange Blossom
hitting has fallen off terribly andhasn't
The matter was not settled, fight "no matter how late it was has been on and around, the top D'Amato said he was uncertain Classic, the world's largest Negro
however because the commissionhas how much he shown any signs ofmprovemeni. THE DETROIT TIGERS of whether it would be Patterson'sfirst football classic will be in
or money was in- of the league so much, the fans played
asked Dupas to furnish it volved." baseball and the DETROIT. just tan't et accustomed to defense of his'title. The first the Orange Bowl, Miami, Florida,
with a "certified certificate of Mike CusimanOr commission as- KID GAVILAN, former welter- LIONS of football have no tan' seeing will probably be in June and the December 14. .

birth before future bouts involv- sistant secretary, wrote Dupas weight champion, will meet Vince players on their rosters. The them near the bottom. But, second in September.The Gaither said

ing you will be approved." that.the group approved the fight Martinez: of Miami Beach at Tigers never have had but the remember, the game of baseball well-built who is the game, previously -
: manager scheduled for the 7th of De-
"When the commission let the because the question of the fight- Roosevelt Stadium, Jersey City, Lions at one time had several. doesn't work the same way at all
cember, would conflict with
t feuding with Jim Norris and his a
N. J. in June 17 benefit match. Under the Buddy Parker regime
fight fo through with Vince Mar- er's racial heritage "came up so a times. Stick with the team and University of Miami home
I' The will benefit the Jersey all tan players had to go. The International Boxing Club, stated, gameif
near the fight that it would have proceeds -
tinez, it proved I was white Du- give it a chance to give the fans played on the original date.
pas sa d.. The 21-year-old fighter been unfair to the parties. involved City chapter of the American first move the Detroit Pistons "I'll not permit Patterson to makea
the good performance that it always -
said he is "going to sue"-for a to have called it off." Red.[ Cross. professional basketball team did defense for the IBC. Whether he
when the franchise transferred has.FROM PATRONIZE
birth certificate but is not sure The whole business of impor- CHARLEY BEAMON, highly fights in the United States or in

against whom. "I guess it will be tance of the color x)f a boxer's rated Negro pitcher with the Baltimore from to Fort Wayne.Sweetwater to Detroit Clifton was THE TYPE OF -BASEBALL Europe, it will be under independent Florida Star'Advertisers

against the city of New Orleans" skin or for that matter his grandfather's ; Orioles, has been sent to secure that has been played in promotion." '
York Knickerbockers. -
from the New .
Dupas said. skin is tied up to a Loui- Vancouver of the Pacific Coast I
I Their most recent move to the collegiate conferences this
siana law last
Dupas, who defeated Martinez, segregation passed i League oh a 24-hour recall to
The law put Negroes on the team was to year it stands to reason that
was an attempt to hit I make room for Tito Francona, I The Beautiful OFC Room
back at the U. S. Supreme Court who has been called by the secure Bob McCoy. reboundingace many of the players on the teams
up of-
from Grambling College in -
Irvin Retires desegregation ,ruling.Harmon Orioles. The 22-year-old Beamon a will eventually sign major league
draft. Detroit 'fADS'will get another THE HARLEM CLUB
has not completed .a game this contracts. Watch for the names of
chance to see Negroes in PROVIDES MUSIC FOR DANCING AND LISTENING
season. In pitching 8 2/3 innings,
professional sports; some of the players you may 2703 KINGS AVENUE PHONE FL 9-1431
From Baseball Is Sold
he struck out five walked eight MARQUES HAYNES co-owner know.
and gave up eight hits and six

To Philadelphia runs. e .

LOS ANGELES-Monte Irvin THE CINCINNATI REDLEGSare

one of baseball's "greats," has: jubilant over the fact that

t joined the ranks of the retired. PHILADELPHIA C h u c k they purchased Big George NO NEED TO I
BUY
He was forced to end his career Harmon, who can do just about Crowe. The big fellow has been

in baseball because of a back in- everything to be done in the in- doing a great job at first base

jury which failed to respond to field, has been traded by the St filling in for the ailing Ted Klu-

treatment Louis Cardinals to the Philadel- xewlkL and hitting the ball at a :

Irvin contributed much to the phia Phillies for _outfielder'Glen terrific pace.

New York Giant's miraculous Gorbous. VIC POWER .of the Kansas THE LARGE

drive in 1951 which placed them Roy Harney, Phillies' general City Athletics has been tabbed : .

above the Brooklyn Dodgers to manager, said Harmon would report the best first baseman in the ma-

win the National League pennantA to the club immediately, jors. It can be remembered that

back injury suffered in while Gorbous would go to the he was the Negro "cast-offr by "

spring training with Los Angeles Cardinals' Omaha farm club in the Yankees just before they took .SIZE .YET /

caused Irvin to appear in only the American Association. on Elston Howard. Vic is also the .

four games this season and was Gorbous hit .182 in 15 games for big gun at the bat for the Ath- a

given by him as the reason for the Phillies last year and .269 in letics.

He of the 79 with Miami in the Inter-
his retiring. won one games ;
LARRY RAINES, rookie short-
games with a home run and was national League. As a pinchhitter,
stop for the Cleveland Indians,
hitting .300. he has one hit for three at bats r .
was given a starting chance If haven't tried. .. I
Monte, wh'o says he is 39 years this season. against the Chicago White Sox : you .

old, said he'is going back to his Harmon failed to hit in 33 times and he came through in grand
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home in South Orange New Jersey at bat for Cincinnati and St Louis style. His fielding was flawlessand 1,

and try to secure an office last season, but compiled a lusty he came up with two hits to gentle satisfyingCalvert

job. .360 average in 58 games with help the Indians win over the ,

I Omaha after being sent there by. White Sox 4-0.
St Louis. He drove in 49 runs Reserve '
LEARN TO DRIVE and hit 10 home runs for Omaha.. THE OLD PROS OF BASEBALL .;.
got off to a good start for
Tfc. Tfc. IwtotW ,
Qvlckttt the 1957 season. Stan Musial of '

.y T. Loom Talum Ordered the St. Louis Cardinals at 36 is ask for the handy ,

AJA'XDRIV'ING baring one of the best starts 'of ,

his career.At present he is hitting 1t.t
,SCHOOL To Pay Alimony around the .380 mark. Ted Williams <
trial
CALL EL 4-0639 of the Boston Red Sox is size today. ",y'

George Perpena going strong. Before getting hit
KANSAS CITY-Reece (Goose) ball he
by a pitched was hitting

1134 W. 5th Street Tatum, famous basketball player at a .431 pace. At 38 he hasn't Learn why- > .L. :

and coownerof the Harlem shown any signs of slowing up. '-i. .

'Magicians, has been ordered to Thirty-six year old Warren Spahnof ,', .
I pay '$2,000 a month temporary the Milwaukee Braves is toss- -

Watch This Clown I alimony to his wife, Delores. ing'the old apple at a terrific clip.

Tatum also must pay $2,500 in at- He was the leading pitcher in the

16-51-32 torney's' fees and $1,000 in legal league with four complete games CLEAR1[

174-85-96 expenses. and a 4.0 record. Red Murff at

Mrs. Tatum sued for divorce I 35,is the best relief pitcher on the

January 21, alleging Tatum was Milwaukee Braves team. Virgil
,7 ..t 3' quarrelsome, drank too much and Trucks of the Kansas City Athletics i s ttjY ? ;

1 6. associated with other women. No considered ,well over the HEADS "

2' :, 'r 'S T date has'been set for'trial, of the hill at 38. is doing a powerful job T

suit of relief work on his come-back ,
trail. Hank Sauer of the New
said have been
51-20-13 Tatum was to
paid .$50,000 a year for playing York Giants who objects to being 1 1N 1i

427--38-907 with the Harlem Globetrotters.After called old at 38 has been leadingthe

So..N. .. IN's ee eleven years with the team, league in runs-batled-in. AGREE

S m.Hm.. h.'. dow he" became co-owner: of the Har- Carl Furillo of the Brooklyn : t

H. odds, sabrrocts>> lem Magicians. Dodgers; at 35, is leading the
j He work it .H rani
Dodgers in runs batted in despitethe

FOR MAY 25th PATRONIZE fact that he was said to be on '
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66-14-79 FLORIDA STARADVERTISERS his way out last falL Al Dark'oi Calvert tastes A '

the St. Louis-Cardinals and Red ;
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s Schoedienst, of the,JSiants, at 34, .. .
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are hitting at a .340 pace. Gus i

Zernial of the Kansas City Athletics -_ better : .
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\, is hitting home runs at 34 ... '.- ', .. .r- ..., ,
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I ;.''' just as he did at 24. Early Wynnof ,':- .'
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I I the Cleveland Indians is havingone ,. : / t- :i' -
I, of his' best years at age 37. --'' -r' Catved ( I
I ,..' IIY.i14.AtCULTURES ..., t Leroy (Satchel) Paige, the "Dad. -.. 1 ;:. ;. :.a___ ., -

-k STRAIGHTENS dy of them all, is ,still winging ." .ft''. ._S', ,,, -.'.. .. .,,'r'.1.:,, .;< ." s .;,; mmmlaU'UiiI
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them across for the Miami,.Marlins .;:, :' '- .' rA. '
: ; V r < ,and, his age is said to go far ,- ;' ..... 0, 0'iT J."LI.' ,1'/1 uJeJlJJlD WflIJlV4T.J__ ":
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( 1 uyar Ray Robins** beyond 50. "' ..';- '
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""It'saKttftckeut"y ; the' toast" of the boxing I ..,. ) -- --
world, proved that a man is no! :;: 1/2 PINT ,l
older than he feels when he re- s

11\ Ipt- gained,.his middleweight: title at : : $4.51 .- :
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37. Archie Moore, stilTthe best of :.: .
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1 the lot in the light heavyweight +

x division; is still bowling them .
over, at 40-plus. "
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to the New X:< 'k Yankees during C : : : ;
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I CM POSKITS PWCESSroufi game, only five men remained in American sie':7:T:
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_ ti FAVORITE lAMES $ ._ with. the club who were in the
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r.Mr."Suraaer hat served setieecm
=all la town that he has arrived
by sending In a wave of
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sIt to.the a1 for beaches.Jaxen From of color the number to flock REMINDS YOU TO VISIT THEIR BOOTH AT THE DUVAL COUNTY SALESMEN AND RETAIL

of persons who visited"tha Salt"

beaded last Sunday.for a banner American year.Beach.All of is MERCHANTS ASSN. SECOND EXPOSITION OF PRODUCTS SUNDAY, MAY 19th

the regulars such as Bill Graham. .
Duck Davis Walter Reynolds. !
Frank Smith Arlean Harrington
and the William are all painted '

visitors.and spruced up waiting for the J. Just out from PHILCO \

On the distaff side, Mr. Young- ..
blood and Mr. Telfair have their 2 ? t)SS\ ; _
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\ eyes peeled for the lawbreakers.The .
Nassau County officials have .r rw.
gotten off to their customary New Way to Keep

practice"foreign"of cars.giving tickets to all I

In town the boys and girls are
saving their pennies for the ap ''
proaching, Bill Doggett at the
Duval County Armory on the Meats Fresher !
31st. There are a few,table reservations
left On the 21 the
Futubule Business Club of the
Vocational High School will spon wRUR1CtRA11M
sor Teddy Washington and his
Bears in a jazz txmcert' in the
school auditorium at 1 p. m. For
.the latest in modern sounds plan t ,' rCO
to dig the group. There will bea Ls
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nominal admission.

Final rehearsals are being held *
for the mammoth pagent and
musical extravanganza which will
be held-at the Gator Bowl on the AIR DUCT IN
night of May 29. The title of the BACK WALL[ Of ? ,
affair is "Faith Is The V ctory." j ttt _________ : I .5 5'
It is a adaptation of "The Pil-
grim's Progress" written by Mrs. Jib :; ;
D. Ward Nichols. Included in the S.

voices cast will and be several a chorus bands.of Proceeds 1000- t At'COpsER ....._...., ... ..: The Latimore Singers, one of the leading groups of the cityf appeared on the program
of the affair will, we understand .. celebrating the first anniversary of Melvin (Deacon) Grace of WOBS "Gospel Train" Sunday
will go toward the construction May 5. Sponsored by Jax Appliance Center. r"'
of a much needed youth GOLD FlOW.t 1- .

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"Cousin Jill from Junction Hill" MEAT LOCKER ; -. I.: ,I'I #1 n
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will arrive in town and stop at Keeps meat < /6 ., LITTLE MISS JAFCO REMINDS YOU TO LISTEN
the new Stanton High School dayt longer -. ..-. _, .
auditorium Monday night. Her T "ID
is under the of the r r
trip auspices The =
Y-Jewels. Proceeds from the play flows ( __-- TO JAX APPLIANCE CERTER'S COMMERCIALS
will go toward the Y Building. freezing oofle to -r' = -
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Fund. the Meat Locker

Joe Thayer is having his last She through rear.a duot. proYldea at- -.. FOR THE BEST BARGAINS IN TOWN ON WOBS
fling. In the very near future Joe ideal 82* .
will take unto himself a wife.- The at.Qrqeoo141UoDa. ; Exclusive in .
Shanks nuptialswill reooamesded by \
Thayer-Vannett
be an event of this month. Stock National asd Lire Meat '57 PHILCO S.perM & l r i r: :'- F., _.;0" '=,;,.,.. .

One of the top pictures of the Bo+ai. S I '..
year is playing at the Ritz Theater
this week. Edna Ferber's "Giant" { (9))
starring Rock Hudson and the ,
late James Dean has top billing. Wi1. .", -
This picture should be a must. JAX APPLIANCE CENTER 1 > .
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Following "Giant" is "Battle .
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the Negro star At the Strand ; ,
long-time favorite Clark Gable ::'.t"f.J : .' :. ;.,
is forth with his "King Invites You To Come In ,/
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Glad to see both the Bustamante .. $ i
sisters Elmira and Ethel back in

.town.returned Both from young sojourns ladies in recently greener WELBILTGAS '. : / ;. Gas ((2 Big Tanks) ,. ...5 .

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Hamburg. Germany telling us : Free Installation L_
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Additional honors,were heaped : -, :). Free Linoleum Kitchen Rug .
Johnetta Betsch recently.The .
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'younger of Mrs.. Mary L. ; ,...:. :Jt :,' .
Betsch's daughters was awardeda Pay Monthly -:- Twice Monthly
Ford Foundation scholarship to Best Terms In Town '. ,; ;:.:x .
study Anthropology. Johnetta is J
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senior at Oberlin College. ; .
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'Tis amusing thing but if "
an '
either one of these young ladies Just You and Us h. \.. .'Y-'., or Every Hour on the Hour "
had broken any type of law at :. .
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home or abroad, the local dailies :
would have given them headlines.Yet -.5". ,"
when something creditable is Ladies! Here's Beautiful, GenuineSILVERPLATE :
done there is no mention of it in II ,
the white press.Releases concern- e6. S.'

ing Jaxons or just concerning Ne- Little Miss Jafco Says .

groes if they are creditable" .. _. '.:,,- _, <; ._.. ...+, _.: _+:._. ." ._.. 't. .
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