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Florida star
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Florida star (Jacksonville, Fla.)
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Florida star news
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v. : ill. ; 58 cm.
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English
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The Florida Star Pub. Co.
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Jacksonville Fla
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May 25, 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."
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Publisher: Eric O. Simpson, Feb. 14, 1981- .
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Funded by NEH in support of the National Digital Newspaper Project (NDNP), NEH Award Number: PJ-50006-05

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Title:
Florida star
Uniform Title:
Florida star (Jacksonville, Fla.)
Alternate Title:
Florida star news
Physical Description:
v. : ill. ; 58 cm.
Language:
English
Publisher:
The Florida Star Pub. Co.
Place of Publication:
Jacksonville Fla
Creation Date:
May 25, 1957
Publication Date:
Frequency:
weekly
regular

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African American newspapers -- Florida   ( lcsh )
African Americans -- Newspapers -- Florida   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Jacksonville (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
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Spatial Coverage:
United States -- Florida -- Duval -- Jacksonville
Coordinates:
30.31944 x -81.66 ( Place of Publication )

Notes

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

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University of Florida
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issn - 0740-798X
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i i k. 7 NO. 14 And, NEWS- JACKSONVILLE FLORID SATURDAY: MAY 25. 1957I.. CeniS .


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Federal Judge Emett C.' Choate said Wednesday. the West Palm In 22 G Clothing TheftA '
"Beach Golf Commission has no right to )bar;) Negroes from using

the municipal course. ... "
The judge delayed handing
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down a written opinion in thecivil He referred to the! special series of clothing store break'.w"tn-iolnng.: some $22.000 k : .

t rights! case until later but legislative act passed last year worth of merchandise was solved W8da sdar' with" the arrest of

lets his opinion be known following which grants the dry authorityto Armond, Joseph Jackson. Jr.. 32. of 1482.:" /est Seventh Street. I

i a pre-trial hearing. He buy, sell or lease its golf With the arrest of the break-In .F...
also,: has said that the Miami course, swimming pools. artist comes.another development
', Springs Golf Course segregation Judge'.thoate denied the motion -
-' the' possibility of widespread
COMMENCEMENTk
." : policyf is-Illegal. ,.: *and'"safd:"hetoutdnot. n; .ads'djes -4 E rgeiTof '" 8 L :: '
t, He said, "it is the courts ticipate actions of the city. receiving stolen property. : x. ,
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that regardless of :, --
e opinion any Two small notebooks found in AT SALESMEN'S SHOW This group of charming ladles is composed of participants and

personal ideas no municipality Woman Is Victim 'the glove compartment of the THE, REV. SAMS, ISBACCALAUREATE visitors to the Duval County Salesmen and Retail Merchants Association's. Second Exposition of
choose its citizens
may among crash-In robber's car'lists namesof SPEAKER Products held last Sunday' the Lincoln Golf and Country Club which attracted hundreds of

t and say one citizen can enjoy. persons with records of payments AT EDWARD WATERS potential buyers. From left are three Jaxcns, Miss Barbara Spears, beauty shop operator Mrs. J.
the benefits of municipal ownership '
'4 and another cannot"It Oi Flim Hammers for purchase of the "hot Edward Waters College will D. Brooks and Mrs. Ethel Spears DCS and RMA Secretary: with out-of-town visitors. Mrs. Marie.
clothing". : Arnold.. Mrs. Juanita Saddler Mrs .Maria Price and Mrs. Alpha Price.
was brought out at the hold its Baccalaureate Exercises,
hearing that the Golf Commission Mildred Thomas 18, 607 Florida i The burglar's capture ended a Sunday, May 26 at 3:30 :P. M. in

S' '-- not the city commission Avenue was the victim of the seven-month search for a car the B. F. Lee Seminary Audi- ,
't -I- has direct control of the golf old "Pigeon Drop"' pocketbook with a broken grille. Clothes torium. The Rev. J. C. Sams, Shooting Stops Collins Says J. R. E. Lee

1 course.I film Elam racket Saturday, May piled in Jackson's home had been pastor of First Baptist Church of
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In regard to this Judge Choate 18 at State and Laura Streets. worn until they were dirty and Oakland in Jacksonville, will i Black Jack GameA
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to Police that then laid aside for new apparel, preach the sermon.
She reported
stated "as the
long as city controls .In Race Advice
the golf course directly or i two men approached her at Hogan officers said.During He has been president of the Helpful

1 indirectly it cannot distinguish and Union Streets Saturday the past seven months progressive Baptist Conventionof Black Jack game ended! up .
between taxpayers." about 2:30 p. m. and followedher five local stores were entered by Florida for the past seven in a shooting scrape Saturday, ----
j .The action was brought against to State and Laura. They smashing the rear doors with an years, ,and is 1st vicepresidentof May 18 when two of the partici- TALLAHASSEE The Florida House by a vote of 49 to 41 .
the city" by four Negro Miamians pulled the old pocketbook trick' automobile. the National Baptist Convention pants started .an argument over passed a bill setting up an advisory commission to the Governor

S x who charge they wets denied use on her and told .her' she was to of America. He is a memberof one of the ,men oweing the other on racial affairs after nearly two hours of furious debate and ,.

of-the course May 24 1956. get part of the $900 found in the Claimed by Owners the Trustee Board of the Florida some money. However, the man hearing charges that the Governor will name Negroes to the group.
pocketbook. They took her $21 Normal and 'Industrial Col- who fired the shot was not one Rep. J. Emory Cross of Alachua
S The original plaintiffs are The Officers waded through a
I of the men in the argument., said he had it "on first-
the County
wait
Davis and told her to on corner lege.
Arthur and
Warren H.-Collie, large pile of clothing returned Woman Arrested
Carney' Green and G. J. Gaines.1 for. them. She waited but there it to the owners. They Lee Collier, 36, 3522 Moncrief hand information" that "the com-
.. was no return. WILLIE EVERETT COMBS Road[ and, James Andrews were mission will be integrated" and
Referring to statements in the.i said only several hundred dollars
hearing that violence is feared Sgt E. B. Prince was the investigating .worth: of clothes were recoveredin Willie Everett' Combs,..Specialist playing Black Jack at 2092 Bald- For Shoplifting he wanted "every member in

if the course is integrated, the officer. Jackson's house. The remain- in Secondary.Education in the win Street when Lee Collier ac- the sound of his voice to hear it.."
Florida. State 'Department of Education cused Andrews of oweing him "Integrated Decisions">* .
judge said "try it out and see.I der has been sold police said. I
I Hazel Jones 18, 1831 Brester Cross said "if the commission'
io1't.think. there will be via will deliver the addressat some money. Police reports in-
The case dates back to last Street was arrested between 12 is integrated don't 'know
lence." Mai Slabs WimaiOver the Edward Waters College dicate that Gardner Bland went you w
[.He"said; It probably will cause ,Oct. 10, when the rear door at Commencement exercises Thurs- and got his gun and came back p. m. and 4 p. m. Thursday, May they're going to make Integrated.
the Carol Ann Shop, 3267 South- 16 and charged with larceny by decisions," he declared.
H hardships on both sides and advised day morning. May 30. shooting. Collier. was shot .
Food Skill 1 1An
that an adjustment period side Blvd., was smashed and Commencement exercises will through the right thigh. shoplifting from several different After the debate and the final

probably will be necessary. approximately $5,000 worth ofchildren's be held in B. F. Lee Auditoriumand Collier was treated at Duval stores... passage of the bill Governor

Attorney C. H. Warwick HI, argument over a grocery colthing was stolen. will begin at 10:00 a.-m. Medical Center and released. She is reported to have beenin Collins, who will appoint the

a member of the Golf Commission bill was the cause of a woman Same 'Amount Stolen Gardner Bland was arrested. Cohen Brothers where she committee members, told re-
referred to fears of violence being stabbed by a man whose DR. PORTER TO SPEAK Witnesses were Johnny Cole, 2029 obtained a lot of .88 articles. She porters that "just who will be:
and.loss of revenue as the reason duty it is to buy food and sup- Then on Oct. 24, the rear doorat AT JAMES WELDON JOHNSON Baldwin, Street and James An- also visited Woolworth's, Penny'sand called upon in the future (to:

the commission issued its orders port five children according to Baxter's'Wearing Apparel, 5214 COMMENCEMENT EXERCISES drews, 2100 block Yulee Street Grants. The articles were serve) I do not know, but thereis

notgto 1 permit Negroes to use the the story related to 'police by Pearl Plaza, was smashed. Again., Dr. Gilbert Porter 'Executive Patrolman G. L. Bradley, C, found in a bag she had obtained 'no logical reason I know of
course._ the mother of the children. $5,000 worth of clothing was Secretary Florida. Stale Teachers Barton and Sgt. A. B. Gilbreath from Kay's Store. for excluding completely the ad-

'Heytestified that from Christine McLoyd, 24 of 411 hauled away. Association will be the com- investigated. -- Police reported that at 6:30p. vice and counsel of Negro citizens "*

sat o ns with members of conver-I Johnson Street and Daniel Jenkins The same method" of entry was' 'mencement. speaker at James m. the young woman said she about matters on which from time
he;:'received the 46, of 1140 Lincoln Court used to take more ,than $5,00< Weldon Johnson Jr. High School was at Atlantic Beach the night to time we" will need their co

some of them would "take things told ,Police they have been going worth of men and women's,apparel June 7th. as Principle Arthur C. time Dr. Gilbert Porter- will be before and she saw //Mary Ches operation.

infc their own hands" U Negroes together over a period of time Nov. 25 from the Smart' Madry announced. the speaker. tave, 20. Mary told her how The Governor pointed out' thatJ.

played golf there. and they have five children Shop, 2046 Blanding Blvd. On ,Sunday,..May 26,,the graduates NEW 'STANTON SENIORS easy it was to shoplift and said R. E. Lee, Jr., business'mana-

He added that he also was whom Jenkins is supposed to I The ,Mary Lou .Shop-at 522- will worship at Simpson TO HEAR ADDRESSBY she could work for her jf she ger of Florida A&M Universityfor
who is his official
Negroes, on
told, by about 50 per cent of the take care of Pearl ,St. lost $2,000rorth of AME church, (Kings Road & REV. CHARLES CROSBY wanted to. She instructed her!
Committee and has been
Advisory
members that they would not According to Police between clothes on April'16 to a burglar. Cleveland St) Rev.' S. S. Robinson Prospective June Graduates 'of to get a bag and fill it full of
play :,golf if Negroes used the '9:20 and 9:25 a. m. Sunday, May Irene's Shop at' 5418 NormandyBlvd. Jr. will deliver the sermonat i New Sfenton Senior High School things, bring it to Atlantic Beach serving "has" proved helpful in J'

course. 19, Christine and Jenkins met in lost approximately $5,000worth lO. a. m. :will hear Rev. Mr. Charles J. and she (Mary Chestave) would many ways.' ,
Passed Senate'
Plaintiff Attorney William Holland the 900 block on W. Union Street of clothes March 9. Both The Senior Party will be held 'Crosby, pastor: of Mt Pleasant let her (Hazel Jones) work for ;
'"' asked Warwick if Negro and she asked him to go pay : .... The bill, which has already i'
\ back doors; were caved in with in the schooL's-gyratorium' on Baptist Church Sunday afternoon, her and make some money. passed the senate,.provides fora
golfers would come in closer the grocery: bill which. started an an automobile. Friday, May 31 at 7:30 p. m. June 2, when he will deliver the According to Hazel Jones, two commission of from three to
contact with white golfers than argument June 4th will be annual sermon. Lavina Baker and
Tuesday, other
the' argument Jenkins A break in the case came three women : five persons to advise the Gov-
the Negro caddies working at the During Senior-chapel Day at which time Other scheduled activities for Mary Best, both 18, were presentat '
his knife and weeks ago, when the Duval County ernor on racial matters.
pulled
course. allegedly Patrol received a call-that a the seniors ,will be in charge of the seniors include senior examinations the time Mary Chestave reportedly It states the commission will I
Christine time. After
Holland declared he couldn'tsee stabbed one !. their last assembly ,in Jr. High 27 class night i showed Hazel Jones several i
stabbed she pulled her burglary was in progress at Mc- May ; make investigations and "performsuch
why would the presence create violence ol Negro if being knife and chased Jenkins to the Duff'Hardware: 5205 Beach Blvd. School. 'The program' .will startat May 30; senior assemblyJune: I dresses that she claims to other functions as shall

golfers caddies' ,of Johnson and Logan Patrolmen closed in and found< 10:30"L. nuOB I I Alumni and Awards Day June have stolen and told her they from time to time be authorized ..
corner
: .the presence of Negro June 5th the 4 senior outing. June 5 and, had been stealing about four "
Streets where he was caught by the rear doer smashed open and Wednesday ; ; by the Governor .
has not. of the commencement exercises, June 7. months and had never been ,
initial induction ceremony An appropriation of $50,000 is
The plaintiffs asked Judge investigating officers Miss Jen- several television sets missing.In
:. Choate to issue an injunction kins was taken to Duval Medical his hurry to escape, the,burglar National''' Jr. Honor Society will The Bt Rev. D. Ward Nichols, caught included in the bilL .'. J

.providing that if the city sells Center in Police cruiser. ran 'into a ditch and aban- be held in the gymtorium- at 10:30 presiding prolate of the Eleventh Hazel made' her statement in ,

its golf course';the new owner Sg G. T. Jones and Lt. R. B. doned his automobile 1953 80m. : Episcopal District of the AME! the office of Mr. Ralph,fL Tucker, Witnesses were,;Charles BoSroan,
Whittington were the Investigating model with the.grille emblem Graduation day has been set Church will deliver the commencement Cohen Brothers, in the"presence: of W. T. GrantJCompany:STd E.
will be bound. 'by"the_ ,. ..... _...court's_ ". _". .----. .... } and Sutton. Boatwright'of''Kress's
r 11 g..... AI .... :< _" ffi broken' out *:' *C ''; for 'Pridey'June: 7th at which address. of Det. Sgts. Corley T. store.



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It :' THE. ..' FLORIDA. ,STAR M 'I' stAHD 1 REPRESENT BACK asm ill&tKt i Politics! JLS Usual. i r ( ,

; NEWS BY ERIC 0. SIMPSON :
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"PHYSICAL SEPARATION" OF RACES NOT ; .,
: Mel"'ArfdrtmP. PURPOSE SEGREGATION .
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The purpose of segregation *is not, and never has been/ihephysical
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Laufse G1leysrd. _._N...._...w..,..w.__..;.. ,... Maaogky EdNor separation of the -race:/ Roy Wilkins. NAACP executive
c., PaJaoIA Johnson *r_._.....___....._...;:.ww..w__:__..... trews tefI secretary* asserts in an article in the.May issue of CURRENT HISTORY .
JifAJtnraoe Ucfaardson.nil .._......__._.._____ CIrcul. ie. ...". /,1, -. I magMine.

-!,:: .*. Member.. of Associated. Negro Press y Pointing out

SUBSCRIPTION RATES.. i iy t that the white sanctions for :segregation in the I,
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0. Year, $5.00-; .Half Tear $3.00; Time Meeths. $1.80 race would be North, the "substantial public \
Mailed To Tea, Aaywfccre IB the United States. a at a loss without .support" for integration iji the
1- Subscriptions Payable la Adronce. Scad Checks or Mover Orden To: .1- r the "do North, and the northern Negro's
FLORfBA STAR p. 0. BOX 561 -,JACKSONVILLE' 1, FLORIDA mestic and per
:: dr political power which "assures
u. sonal" services official consideration" of:' his

of Negroes Mr. ] wishes.
Prayer Political Adioi Urged .
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i : Wilkins declared SCHOOLS. NORTH AND

4 :, .Te Help Solve Bacial Issws: :LTvlifril4. "maintenan that c e SOUTHDesegregation of the public

.. of the caste schools is termed by Mr. Wilkins.
:. r-- : i----I! IL) : system is the "the big fight in the South today.

'." Gathered in solemn concourse before the beautiful and ..M. ii sole purpose\ of The struggle for southern school
.;..''.i_: classic Lincoln Memorial in Washington last Friday, Negroes E % 1. s segregation." Simpson desegregation will go on he affirms .
.;1 of America joined unitedly in prayer andP lea for racial justice 'r "Such system" the civil rights "because the southern Negro
IygcI;
'.A;t in the land of their nativity. They pledged themselves not : leader, observes "assigns' Jo'the wants to get rid of.the shame

:.-}'.: : only to pray for human rights but also to work ceaselessly u STILL 'IVW lowliest white person a place in and humiliation of Jim Crow.

':'; through the electoral process, through the courts and through Bally THE U.s.A 'tS the southern scheme superior Mo Of school segregation northernand
anappeal, to the conscience of the nation for the elimination RBADY TO that of ,any Negro of whatever southern varieties, the author

i ., .of racial discrimination and segregation. ri LEAP YOUr ? / culture talent or wealth.Thus the says:
:;: southern white Is assured "There is
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., .r i' Called to the nation's capital by three top leaders; 27,000 .v. of superiority without ,the necessity % will gleefully tell you, a,
.': .- citizens from 36 states. assembled at noon 'in.front. of..the,Lin ,. F' of competing on the basis of considerable measure of de facto

',.;;:I i' coin shrine in a Prayer Pilgrimage for Freedom. They went Individual merit. This end is racial segregation in the-North

1'1..". there to observe the third anniversary of the'TJnited States achieved by designating certain However, it is a basic
Supreme Court's historic ruling of May '17, 1954, banning .ta4tsF social economic and physical fallacy to try to equate Jim Crowin

:#': racial segregation in public education, to call for enactment: areas as 'off limits' to Negroes." the North with the southern

<:*:r. of pending civil rights legislation, to protest against mob : Mr. Wilkins' article, "Desegre pattern. There is a vast difference
'1, violence and terror in the South, and 'to<>pay tribute to .the ''peak Up, and Le the 'World l Know Mr. President'' gation North and South" appearsin between the two qualitativelyand

<::. memory of the Great Emancipator in ,the shadow of whose an issue of Current History devoted quantitatively. '

w chaste memorial the meeting was held. LIBRA .to "Integration:The South's "For example, the de facto segregated -
;i; Born Sept.. 24th thru Oct. 23rd Historic schools in New York
and
<:; ':",;. The prayers of the clergy for divine guidance in .the Problem.
.. .; struggle for human rights were re-inforced by the pleas 'of Your Weekly : You should not reject the attempts Noting that "segregation is by other non-southern cities are not

:<< '.;" veteran:,civil rights advocates.for action.on the political,front of friends-and, associatesto no means confined to,the South," the result of legislation. Rather,
Hs.: to achieve the goal of equality or rights for all American citi Horoscope Guide relieve your mind o f its present the article maintains that never- they are the result of the ,extra

zens. In this plea, the three, co-chairmen, A Philip Randolph, heavy burdens. The 25th reveals theless'"fundamental differences"between legal discrimination which restricts -

president of the Brotherhood of Sleeping Car Porters,' AFL- WHIcH ARE YOUR LUCKY DAYS. fOR. that they are absolutely right in the North and South the great bulk of the Negro
taking the rosier view regardingthe population to limited living areas.
CIO; Roy Wilkins, NAACP executive secretary; and; the Rev. exist "which should not be over-
:' Dr. Martin Luther King, president of the Southern Leaders BUSINESSLOVE :TRAVEL future .and your place in _it. looked." Essentially, the problem in the

,:J Conference, were joined by other speakers, both clerical and Should you need further ,confirmation Among these differences the North is the problem of housing.
PABLO The ASTROLOGER ,
By
I it..is provided by the 29th discrimination. Housing is the one
lay. ... author are the lack of
says legal
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,, -- which should soon make'it possible t basic commodity which the Negro
1 ,;: This, meeting, Mr. Wilkins told'' the assembled throng, ARIES CANCER ..' :to lay your plans for the projects cannot, as a rule, purchase in the

"calls to our fellow Americans of every station, region, faith, Born March 21H thiu April 19th Born June 22nd:thru July 22nd that, are slated to succeed skills are your real assets, and open market either North or
and race to return to the belief in, and observance of, theenduring y 4-70-99-69-97-479. that they will bring South .
unexpected
Your mind is to be work-
principles of religion: truth, justice, forbearance, likely There are many indications" that rewards when least expected. The "Various devices have been pro
love, brotherhood." The NAACP leader affirmed the Americanism ing a mile a minute and no sooner privacy, secrecy, and ;aloofness SCORPIO 29th opens another in posed to achieve integration in
: of the citizens. "As Americans said have you reached,a decision than will not only,discourage,idle! ::gossip phase your
Negro .loyal he. Born Oct. 24th thru, Nov. 22nd relations with service people and northern schools but extensive
'Sve believe that when the Court rules you are ready and anxious to but will also be worth moneyto
Supreme against a Although you are being favoredby higher-ups as well as grand op- integration will come only as the
:...' segregated public school system which has cheated our children carry it out. The 25th indicates you.. This may not be such''a chance on occasion where your portunities to promote your ambi- Negro gains freedom of residence.
these, many decades, that ruling should ,be obeyed." that you win not be lacking in big price to pay'as long as your business professional: returnsare tions. "Residential segregation is being
4 'I inventiveness'and resourcefulness security ,is ensured..T29 Confirms attacked in the North and these
concerned it would not "be 1-90-2 89-23193.AQUARIUS .
Citing the Mr. Wilkins declared must to creative : -
Scriptures satisfy
; prayer I your roving or the wisdom of, :Accepting efforts like others in the racial
be accompanied by action to achieve the goal of equal justice. romantic urges. The best time to what life has to offer even if'this wise to build-your hopes too high. area distinguish again the North
'; "If a civil rights bill that has some meaning is*not passed," make,a start on projects that you entails .sacrifices connected with The 29th makes it, advisable for
from the South In the Southno
,, :7' he asserted, voters in.1958 and 1960 will know where.,to place want id flourish and' succeed will your vanity and ambition. you to be flexible in connectionwith Born Jan. 20th thru Feb. 18th such activity is either permit.
the of As
management long circumstances do ,
your i as not
4 the responsibility be after the 29th. Attention to 630552953635.
sensible diet 'rules' is now recom- ;'_..;; _t economy and in the relations you stand in the way, do not turn your fed or encouraged; the South
Remember he warned, "A civil rights bill that contains mended '. enjoy with interested parties You back on the call of romance which .wishes either to stand pat or to'

the phony 'jury trial amendment- in contempt proceedings 3-10-77-12-76-317. LEO.. cannot go wrong when you accumulate may be sounded under sudden progress so slowly as not to
will not be a civil rights bill with meaning.and,:will not pro- Born July?23rd thru Aug. 23rd important reserves. and unusual conditions. A great seem to be moving at alL"

:: tect the Negro's right to vote." ,The persons who are free of any 250334932253.' magnetic force, and exciting sur-

TAURUS ties could now form an alliance, prises,are possible on the 25th. A PATRONIZEFLORIDA
".. Mr. Wilkins reviewed actions of certain southern state Born April 20th thru May 20th or commit themselves to one, : SAGITTARIUSBorn coming month of pleasurable STARADVERTISERS

legislatures and courts against the NAACP. These laws and Be particularly" discreet when,n with splendid results and a con- Nov. 23rd thru Dec.. 21st doings and a reactivation of your i

.:' injunctions, he declared, "deny basic American freedoms. chance places an unexpected op siderable. boost'to their cherished Whether enlightenment comesto talents may be expected if do
you
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{I' : deserve the attention of American for
They every' they can to increase revenues
: portunity your hopes. The 29th. establishes a in spiritual or- thru not inject a negative note by your
and will be used against white citizens as well as colored." you ways BUY SILL RENT REPAIR
business
through ,Jiousing: or starting ''point for another roundof the intervention of someone near indiffererlce Productivity.is high. .

,:',. "We are here," labor leader A. Philip Randolph declared, allied Enterprises' Direct, action in club or social pursuits which to you, be, ready and willing to 780- -73-15-768. HAMWEYBROS. I'
-:; "to assert that the issue in the crisis of civil rights in our any field,that has to do with buy measure up to your conceptionsand accept it whole-heartedly. The WASHING SEWING& MACHINES

.' nation today does not involve opposition of Negroes to whites ing, selling and forming financialties : open new doors for you to 29th should: create"a new atmos- PISCES Se/e and Service MACHINES. Since 1915

or whites to-Negroes..There are leaders,in certain circles who should' not be' taken until shine phere for the strengthening of Born Feb.'19th thru March 20th 20 BROAD ST. EL 4-7749 '
would.like to make this the issue, but the real issue involves after the 29th. Y-our-creative aptitudes 1-70-33-69-31-173. marital, partnership and public You may have had reason to be I'j

conflict between certain basic social and moral values, suchas are now magnified relations as these will become increasingly dissatisfied with the meager returns
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4 freedom against slavery, truth_ againsferror against 860115913813. ; VIRGO important during the from your labors of the past,
injustice, the right to vote against disfranchisement, law and Born Aug.:24ih .
order against mob rule." GEMINI Take advantage of unexpected pursue your solitary course could tion which operates for those who The Quickest. The letlettWcy i
Born 21st thru June 21st retard isolate have patience. The 29th gives
Te
sF ,. May openings to strengthen your influential only your progress or Loam
There is I you from the world as. a credence to the belief that the
no reason why you ; connections. especially
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AJAXDRIVING
t, should hide light under when whole long awaited results may be made !
your a they provide a feeling of
LILLY'S DRUG STORE known before the end of the 4
bushel or keep your spirit of security and economic well-being. 9-40-83-39-87-947. SCHOOL :,
t enterprise under a damper from The25th gives you' an opportunityto coming considerable month It will also place CALL EL 4-0639 \

1907 Kings Road at Spires? now on. Friends will then find show yourse -off at,your,best CAPRICORN emphasis' on domestic -
your persuasion practically irre. and to bolster? our ego' ,along" Born Dec. 22nd thru Jan. 19th residential and family mat- George Perpen ,

sistible.t The 29th sets off the "goahead" -I lines that are more.spiritual than Roil up your sleeves and get rid ters. 1134 W.. 5th Street
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Where Experienced 4rf 55-19-54-621.
signal, and there is noth- physical. The 29th should pave of unfinished tasks, deadwood, !
r Pharmacists Prepare ing to bar you from making the the way .for greater activity in prejudices and all the clutter that

k i Pharmacists P r ePare ... <. fullest and best use of the natural: your ,business,' official or profess can only impede you when you j;

:' Your ,Prescription Ac- ; 4t talents that are your birthright.520r44184352& sional world. want to forge ahead. The 25th r

> ;< cording-to your doctor's ( i 9-40-8839 56-982. confirms' that your labors and .. ..

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f ally" last Thursday by Mr. and ? ..
Mrs.. Charles F. James of 2040 f lcf
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W.. W. Schsll. Jr. The meeting .. .
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was held on the James' beautiful
and spacious lawn.

1 Election of officers headed the
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and Eulene Jones presiding jointly -' _-j-
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Oscar I. Hlllman local businessman a .<
is the new president of d
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1957-58 fiscal year.
Other officers elected include

Henry L. Belliny, vice-president; sr r yS
Cassius W. Jones financial secretory ,,
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; W.Russell Robinson.recording 4 o-4- .a .... a

I secretary; Andrew D. Martin. F
r Jr., treasurer; James "Jimmy"" :: "' .. i.
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; Morton business manager; El- k:: :y.' a _
wood L. J. Banks chairman of iCm

public relations; and James A. .y :.k W:r : ,; ,. ..: % '. :
Joyner. chaplain. .; q'J4 ./k" .:y: "
The jolly'group dined on baked :

}, turkey, squirrel, fresh fried fish, xW. fy' .rM : ? v 1 : i .

shrimp, southern style chicken, k: r.yr'yJ''. :;. ': ; ', .:.>. i ; .
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wild rice, tossed salad, asparagus,, % '' Sa ti:' wnyw4i

hot rollscoffee and apples. "YOUNG ADULTS m MUSIC" -" fen bens of the YptHanti Club "are "seen 'Bellamy' end'Miss Ill an Washington.
Other members present include (top left) as they assembled for'their"recent"presnlarlon of ery'tg"A' Adtilisln'Mtislc." Rlghi;"pholo/lafi to right. these youngers performed in the recital: Little
James Allen Robert' Acosta. Ed- held in Grant Memorial.AME Church. Misses :J nna s.%lbUon McBride Annette Hickson and Angelyn Selvage In front I
'ward U. Barnes James E. Bennett Left to" right. (front row) TCrs. Catherine Reed Miss -Zelina Johnson, 'Mrs. row, and Mus Clara: Yvonne Walker Johnny Britt and Miss Leila Hickson back
W. K. Bentley! William M. Emma 'Stakes. Mrs. Frankye Garnett: (back row) Mrs. Tommy Curry. Mrs. Alice row.
Broadway Johnnie L. Jackson J. .
Jones, Al C. Joyner, James A. -
of South Carolina State College '
Morion T. B.McPherson.Emmett Cummings Day Nursery
Orangeburg. S. CL accompaniedby ]
N. Reed and Waymon P. Surcey.
.... his charming wife, Ruth is Sets Exercise SundayThe s
now stationed in Vilseck Ger- ,
V The new club room at the Lin-
many. '
com Golf and Country Club (for Kindergarten .Department
the Fla-Jax Club Lt. Robinson 'the son: of Mr.
merly ) was of Cummings Day Nursery will
and Mrs. 'L. Robinson of Old
quite a lively place last Saturday hold its commencement exercise
evening occupied by the charm- Town Florida,recently completedthe Sunday, May 26, at 4:30: p. m., at
ing ladies who comprise the Hallenesian track Vehicle maintenance of- the school, 1359 W. '19th Street.
Bridge Club. ficer course at the-Seventh Army The public is invited to attend. S
Miss Margaret L.'Williams was Tank Training Center 'in Ger There is no admission and the i -S

hostess on the happy occasion, many. public is invited.'Eas1West S
when ?Irs. Evelyn L.H ughes was He is a member Kappa Alpha ,
welcomed back'to the group aftera Psi Fraternity. j::. s 4 f S 5- .,. S S
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leave of absence. C. K

varied Margaret's seafood guests menu,preceded dined on by a Orchestra The Florida- performed A & M-Symphony''in! the audi Annual Tea SundayThe Ii ckpS !

their favorite beverages. _
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torium of the P8arce Street Ele
Mesdames Leona Bennett Evelyn East-West Saving Club will
mentary School last 'Wednesday its annual tea Sunday,
Barnes and Marie L. Jackson -sponsor ,
received lovely beach bags' for morning. The* group, under the May 26, from 4:00 to 6:00: p. m. tV7i
direction of Bruce Hayden appeared A has been planned by
their grand performances: at the program .
bridge.table, and Mrs. Pearl MU. ih the first of A series of the group, to which the public is ',;
cultural programs planned by the invited to attend.
ler. was awarded the consolation .
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prize. Henry W. Jenkins Jr.. principalof Mrs. Sarah Glenn is chairman ,,
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i The meeting Saturday climaxed the school.C. of the program committee S

the. club's activities for the curl .. S '
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..cp.p: :; Four,i THI.FLORIDA-s.ra': Saturday, May 25,1957 I 1



I Women Of llrstiaptlst: Church Plan' .Women's Day SundayCommittees II



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'. Awl Leaders. Selected ; Elevator Girls Club I Loyally Day Set_ At! Si. Philip's ''I,


\ Members to Support Activity 1957 follows: Mrs W. W. Robinson .
Fiiiidal Goal Set At $5,111The i
4. 4 Loyalty Day will be observedon chairman: ; Mr. George B. 1
Sunday May 26 at St. Philips Nairn, co-chairman; Mrs. Annetta :

Episcopal Church Union and Brooks, publicity; Mr. Samuel "
t women of First Baptist Church, 1027 Jessie Street, have Pearl Streets. treasurer.

set $5,000 as the goal to be reached during its annual Women's Day Father T. Vincent Harris, Rector

+ observance. t1S of"St. Philips has requestedthat

: .,' The' observance will be held throughout the day Sunday, May all members of the church Gou ,

26, under the supervision of Mrs. Annie L. Patterson, chairman; Mrs. ,support the effort which is held Kingsland,

Maggie V. Parker, co-chairman; Miss Louise Moses, program committee each year in May.

chairman; and Mrs. Earlene Foster, co-chairman. The of the observanceof
purpose Evangelist R. L. Lambert, president I
The Rev. Mr. J. C. Sams is pas- Loyalty Day is to give the en- of the Youth Association of ;

tor of the 'church and has en- tire membership of the church an Florida, announced the schedule ':-

dorsed the women's program. I Taberiacle Unit ,, opportunity to bring all pledgesup of youth programs as follows: .,

Other leaders for the event areas r to date for the first half of the 25
Ga. Union
May Kingsland, ,
follows: year and to make a small special School :i
( SlatesConies! 8:00: p. m.
h rc.. additional donation to the churchin
Other leaders for the event are
June 1
Hastings Fla., Church
I order that the standing obliga-
as follows:
I of God in ChristJune
The Youth of # w < k tions for the summer months of J
% Mrs. Ruby Babb, Mrs. Everlena Department {
8 Palatka
Fla.
Church of
June and
Tabernacle Church will July August might be
Baker, Mrs. Rebecca Barrow, Mrs. Baptist SS
God in Christ N. Ninth
on StJune
Ira. Mae Bing, Mrs. Emma V. present, "The Young People's 4i met without undue hardship on
-IlL I :1 411 15, Olustee, Fla., Churchof
the of
Mrs. 26th general treasury the
Talent ,
Brown, Mrs. Rachel Brown, Night" Sunday May ,,.. :
God in ChristEvangelist
Mattie Carlisle, Mrs. Pearl' Cum- at 7 p. m. in the church's .audi 4 4 4 1 church. All members are urgedto

mings, Mrs. Louise Darby, Mrs. torium. A musical and oratorical Ilk ; : T5:: 1!: come to church Sunday pre- R L. Lambert is
:: 4'i
Sula Mae Davis, Mrs. Beatrice contest will be held. ; pared to meet this special request. president of the Youth Associa-
ntest. Loyalty Day CommitteeThe tion and The Right Rev. H. Williams
Dix, Mrs Annie Edmondson.Mrs. The c will consist of choiror
j f )fr : i: Loyalty Committee for is Bishop.CLEARANCE.
Mallie B. Farmer, Mrs. group singing, solos, and ora __

Cherena Fayson, Mrs. Marie For- tions. Any member of the Youth _: ;; --- --- -
Department ii eligible to enter. 5 ij,1
shee, Mrs. Aldora Fowler, Mrs. i ,AFx
Lucille Frazier, Mrs. Dorothy Contestants from various churches %

Goff, Mrs. Lucille Green, Mrs. of the city will appear. -
Jackson Mrs. Azzie B. The church Ls located on the -----i- I
Maris ,
of Lafayette and Albert _________ .
Johnson, Mrs.'Bell Johnson, Mrs. corner ,
Sophia Jackson, Mrs. Precious Streets, Eastside. BUSINESS MEETING Members of the ,Elevator Girls' Club are seen as they met recently in
Howard. the home of Mrs.: Emma Siplin 707 W. Monroe Street. OF DRESS AND CASUAL SHOES
Handy, Mrs Rosa
Left to right (seated) Mesdames Clara A. Hamilton and Nellie Weaver (standing) Mesdames
Mrs. EthefLynch,Mrs. Virginia
Annie M. Devoe, Erma Conley, Maudine 1exandei.N m Ware and Weedie Mae Williams.
Martin, Mrs. Mabel Mathews, LectureMessageSeries J Today. and Saturday
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Mrs, Mamie Mercy, Mrs. Daisy ."")J'

Merritt Mrs. Tommie, Mrs. Annie McElmurry Mae Mosley, Mrs., Planned I Prince Hall Grand Lodges :O.E.S. : AME Women Set I

Lottie M. Nelson, Mrs. Lottie M. ,. IN WHITES, REDS,
For June 2,9 Conduct 48lh Annual Communicalion For PresentationOf
Jones, Mrs. Mary Nevels, Mrs. BLUES, PATENTS

Bernice Oliver, Mrs. Marie Richardson AND SPECTATORS_

: Mrs. Eppie Rhone. A lecture-message series will ORLANDO The opening session of the Forty-Eighth Annual BiblePageant ,:':

:-Mrs. Alice Robinson, Mrs. Mary begin Sunday evening, June 2, at Grand Communication of the Most Worshipful Prince Hall Grand ,. .

Peoples, Mrs. Gladys Porter,Mrs. 8:40: p. m., at Brokenborough Mis- Lodge A. F. ,and A. M. of Florida, and its Masonic Jurisdiction of Values to >'
Lannie V. Powell, Mrs. J. C. sion 640 W. Tenth Street. The The Women's Society for Community "
North ,and South America and the Dominion of Canada and its $15.95 .
Sams, Mrs. Lottie Simmons, Mrs. messages will be delivered by the Dependence with the Royal Grand Chapter, O.E.S., working under I Action"will present "Faithis

Annie Snyder, Mrs. L.V. Starling, Rev. Mr. B. Franklin Broken- the Most Worshipful Prince Hall Grand Lodge of the State of the Victory, a pageant, Wed-,I ,
Mrs. Carrie Tilfman, Mrs. Leila borough, who announced that the nesday, May 29th in the Gator
Florida, was held in this city recently at St. John Baptist Church.
t. White, Mrs. Susie Williams, Mrs. services would be held on the Seventy-five lodges and 66 sub- Bowl. -

Thelma Williams Mrs. Martha mission grounds if the weather ordinate Eastern Star chapters Dunbar High School, Green Cove The pageant is described as an ,5690

Wright: Mrs. Sarah Wynn and permits. were represented at the session. Springs. inspiring, religious drama with ,
Mrs. Ella Zachery. The theme of the first series is"Let's Elected for the fiscal of scenes that portray deep interest
year
Members of the '
Get Acquainted," and the juvenile depart- and compliment to the Christian
1957-58 officers of the grand
as
Rosa B. Aaron
ment are: grand church.
Plan discussion will, be accompanied by lodge were: B. H. Evans, grand .
Mt. Canaan Women Malissa' .
1st
supervisor Biggins '
congregational singing and musical ; Mrs. L. G. Genwright is coordi- '. .,.:'; ;O'< :,
master; A. Z. Morgan, deputy associate Ame- ..
and grand supervisor; nator of the entire ,
selections individuals setting.
For Annual Observance by grand master; Reed Toney, grand lia Houston, 2nd associate grand Matthew W. Gilbert Stanton -
groups. senior warden V. A. Middleton, ,
The second lecture will be held ; supervisor; Lucille'Holmes, grand SeftiorHigh, Edward Waters College "

.Mt. Canaan Baptist Church, of June 9, at 8:40: p. nu, centered G.J.M.treasurer; ;A.the O.Rev.Jenkins A. J., Mack grand, secretary treasurer.;. Rebecca, Brown, grand, the combined choirs and : ; t ?;:
which the Rev. J. L. Davis is '
around the theme, "How To Be- other musical groups will providethe I AU, "" '
the Rt. ,Rev. H.L. y
pastor, will observe its annual come More Prosperous., Happy, grand. secretary; W. Matrons :Coifncll," Sallie Arm- background music: Mesdames s "- NATIONALLY* i' '***,>, + ,
Bradley, grand chaplain
Women's 'Day May 26, with the and Wise." Bullard ; stead president; Aldora Miller, James Espy, Alpha Moore, Miss KNOWN BRANDS "WALK IN
grand tyler.
'activities of the day beginning The Rev. Mr. Brokenboroughhas vice president;} E.S.B.A. Department Ruth Gregg and 'Prof.' Carter BEAUTY"27K '
Officers elected for the Eastern ;
with the Sunday School at 9:30: announced that there will be MablefVUrolia;, secretary; Lewis will have direct charge of ..
Star Grand HannahB.
Chapter are:
a no admission to any of the serv- reporters, ,Daisy Murrell, Pearl the music. ALL SALES FINAL -
m.Guest Miller royal grand matron '
superintendent will be ; Hudson and AdaBooker.PATRONIZE I .
ices nor will collection be taken. the Rev. J. H. :Hunter, royal The pantomine director is Mrs. ,-
Mrs. Fannie Mae Wallace. Mrs. attend. : Mary Coleman, who is assistedby
.The public is invited to : Pearl Hudson, 1st '
grand patron; .
Beatrice Wallace will review the
I Mrs., .Helen Robinson, Mrs. "
vice R. G. M.; Mary J. Day 3rd .
Sunday School lesson. Geraldine Hilliard and Miss
.Speakers are Mrs. J. W. Jones I R. G. M.; Joseph Williams asso- Leona Styles. 1
COLD SUFFERERS ciate royal grand patron; Alta
at the morning service, Miss Barbara Florida StarAdvertisers The dramatic director is Mrs.
Washington, grand recorder; Lois W. Forsyth st.
P. Simmons for the youth tablets powder .I
Get STANBACK. or recorder Sara Stewart, wife of the presi- "
for relief of COLD DISCOMFORTS. Hagans assistant ; Rosa
hour at 3 p. m., and Mrs. Rosa dent of Edward Waters College.
The S TAN D A C K prescription type Mozelle, grand treasurer; Martha 1
Stevens for the 7 m. service:
p. Formula I U a combination of pain r*>
conductress -- -------
Mrs. Pearline Carter is chair- sieving ingredients that work togetherfor Farrington, grand ; i
I FASTER RELIEF of HEADACHE. Mamie Maxley, grand pianist. ,if
man; Mrs. Edith Scoll, cochairman f
NEURALGIA and ACHING MUSCLES I
and Mrs. Pearl Davis serv- due to colds. STANBACK also RE. M. L. Johnson, assistant grand -;!
ing as' chairman of the program DUCES FEVER. SNAP BACK with pianist; Mamie L. Bembry, grand SPECIAL SALE at the McDuft Stores

committee.. STANBACK. warden; Eudella Davis, grand 1
sentinel; Eula Stafford grand
c
marshal;! Daisy Dyers, associate

BROOKS MOTOR CO. grand marshal; Sophonia John-
:. son, grand herald; Willie Mae HOTPOINT S

.:..:.... .: Wilcox associate: grand herald;
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T. Susie Stokes, secretary to royal

;:! Is Proud to .. ". ;q grand matron; the Rev. M. L. .V* .

'Y" l Cherry, grand patron emeritusand

.j\ Announce That .. ,'.. 'Frank McKenzie grand chap- Hi-Vi television S
.r -- :. lain.The
educational hour guest .y.
WILLIE BELLi.
speakers were Dr. R. W. Puryear, -

president of Florida Normal College -

7 Has been added to ., .j St. Augustine and Prof. Beautiful 21inchUHFVHF

; their sales force. Maxwell W.. .saxon, principal ofNew (

!He invites, his many all channel

friends and customers VU."Olive PreparesFor ... S

:So come" in to see him Annual ObservanceFemale '

4 regular price ; . 264.50
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CI Tnembers of New Mt.,; guaranteed trade .- 30.50 ,
"i 823 Laura Street Olive Baptist Church have set -E

June 9, as the date for its annual
I i or Call EL 4-8551 observance. The celebration will YOU PAY ONLY et
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be held at" the church, located on .
V fi the corner of Hart and Brady .
Sales & ServiceBolden's
Chrysler-Plymouth Streets- .
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Mrs. H. L. Jenkins will act as ;. $184. ,
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pastor for the day, and she will be :
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assisted by the folldwing chair-
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Summer
.- Mrs. L. B. Story general chair- r ...-'
man; Mrs. M. Grant, cochairman -This striking new Hotpoint has exclusive featuresthat :

I ENROLL TO-DAY ; Mrs. L. 'Webb, chairman of i set it apart from conventional sets! 80% -- ."'

Six :Big Weeks June 17th July 96thrT the programs Miss M. Johnson, ,brighter pictures richer contrasts modem '--fn- '..

ENROLLMENT BLANK .'<:. chairman of the junior depart.. Ebony finish .... blends well In any surroundings. '.. ':'-i: : MATCHING, I !BASE... ,:;:'WITH,, :CASTERS, OPTIONAL" .
t ,. ment; Miss Queen E. Jenkins, ::,- : : .. '
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Child's Nate Addiw.,, Phone' r ......._ chairman of the, junior program; ,'

'Parea 4 '1 Name- Deposit of $- Mrs. R. M. Lang secretary; Mrs. FREE $1 ..9S'SERVI E POLICY, .-., .. ,

,I. wait my child to enroll ia, check one: Catherine Garner, treasurer; and, : ,/.' J; 11. .
D Beginning Band ,,.-Piaao -,- Mesdames O. Carbin; O. Wigginsand ';<; '
Advance Band na ,Pre-Baad A. N. 1919 KINGS JID. : -, '
McCoy; trustees.
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;#[ Advance Beginning Orchestra Orchestra 0 Piano Rhythm Bond >'.: Group captains are: 'MesdamesA. ',.'.' 2920 MAIN STREET '' t. >, : ,:

rFl?0 Private lessons a Privet and Claw. .. N. McCoy W. M. Davis, L. .. .20S BEACH BLVD. ./" ,;\=

ol to Webb, R.M. Land,'M. J. Cokley 6119 NORWOOD AYE. '. 'Til 9p.m.Saturdays -.r' ."
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I 2922 Pearce Street Jacksonville' 9. Fkr. .ThoMas. r 2068 1064, BLANDING ARLINGTON BLVD.PLAZA ( Til 8 I p.m.) 4" ,'J:

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t / ,;coturdoy. May '25, 1957 i THE FLORIDA STAR Pale ftlreFormal



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I 3 3 3I Cerenony Set For Sunday, Hay 21, Complete Course At Vocational School I Betkuiie (IIk i IH **


I \ Local Attorney To Speak To Group DAYTONA BEACH **

_,. .- une-Cookman College -'Beth-I'
r The new Simon-Johnson Park and Community Club Center, nounced special workshops I *

.': #'located, on Moncrief Road at 28th Street, will be formally opened, will be offered during. the 1957 I *

j ;: -: .Sunday afternoon, May 26, at 3 o'clock, in. special ,ceremony. summer session:
4 -The program is being sponsored by voting precincts 2C and 2E Driver Education with behindthe *

P :. headed by Isadore Singleton, Mrs. Lillian Parley,.Mrs. Ozella Reese; wheel experiences designedfor *
1 : Mrs. Arnette Griffin,and Mrs. Mary Green. teachers desiring to come cer
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'{ Outstanding citizens and city tified by the State Department of '

., '' officials have been invited to attend of Precinct 2C and Mrs. Willie Education in Driver Education to /jAt-

I the dedication as special Griffin is president of Precinct 2E. teach in secondary schools in
platform guests. i Florida; Library Science, designed -
i to enable teachers the *
on sec-
I Ernest D. Jackson, local attorney
REV. H. HILDEBRANDTO ondary or elementary level to be-
t will deliver the address for
the occasion. Other aspects of the + come certified by the State Department
I of Education in
1. program will include the history Library
the Matthew W. HighSchool W. prepare students desiring to teach
Gilbert 3 *
Band, and remarks from Rev Mr. Henry A. Hilde-- swimming and to become certifiedas A tip of the Peps Cap tot
guests. brand of Philadelphia, Pa. will deliver life guards (the two spacious k t e e outstanding yeans
I Americans who make our
t Invitations have been sent to the annual address to the CERTIFICATES AWARDED The Dural County Vocational School recenily awarded certificates swimming pools at Cypress Street country and OV commantty
I George Robinson and Nathan L. alumni and seniors of Edward to nurses' aides and licensed practical nurses seen here upon the completion of tho 120 hour Recreation Center and Campbell a better placate: which to ttro.

i Mallison of the City Recreation Waters College 'Tuesday evening, course offered by the schooL They received their practical experience Brewster. Hospital and their Strbeet High School will be used.) *
May 28, at 8 o'clock in B. F. Lee under'the direction of Miss Myrtis Brown assistant director of Further information concerningthe
Department; Emmet N. Reed supervise training nurses at Brewster Hospital. workshops may be obtainedby * *
< *of playgrounds; Commis- Seminary Building.{ Ernest D. Jackson local attorney, delivered, ie address for the occasion.
sioners Rev. Hildebrand is a native of writing to Dr. John Sylvester *
Louis Ritter Lemuel
Receiving certificates (front left to right) Emma Mae Broner Gloria
South Carolina and a graduate of were: row D. Thomas. Smith Dean-Registrar, Bethune-
1 v,Sharp and Dallas Thomas; Ish Allen University of Columbia, S. Euie Mae Jones, Mary A. Palmer LJMT. Pearl W. Riley LP.N.J Marian L. Beau LJ>.N.: Henrietta Cookman College, Daytona *
I Brant superintendent of Duval Kinnon LJMf. Thelma R. LPJfc Louise LPJij Berneatha
Simpkins. Brantley
: Fogle LJMfc Lola Beach Florida.
; C. He is also graduate of Drew *
:County Public Schools; Judgei Jones. L.P.N4 Beatrice W. Coleman, rfJL Beatrice L..MWon. NJL: Janie Price Griffin NJL .
I i George Harris; Constable Lonnie Theological Seminary, in New -.
Jersey A veteran of World WarII (Back row left to right) Artie L. Brooks Marjorie E. L. Miles, Mildred Carter Lucille W. Burns y.
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Mrs. Florida
Sykes; Dwight, retired -
j1 playground worker; and all !. he is noted for his civic and Zelma Edwards Barbara L. Burney Carrie Theresa Pruitt Shelby L. Grant Cora Lee Whigham Shirley JNDS EMPLOYMENT ..
Butler Juaniia Odol Sharpe, Louise W. Hollie and Estelle Furlon.
religious leadership.
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4'principals of local schools, ministers WITH BEER AGENTSaGeorge *
; and several lay citizens.
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i The new playground and recreation PATRONIZE DOUGLAS ANDERSONCOMMENCEMENT -Applicants Sought For Fraternal NotesLILY
i ; center will be staffed by *

I ,The Jacksonville Recreation Department Florida "-Star' SET Optometric Scholarship '*

:i {1 Mrs. Fleeter.. White is president Advertisers Among June GraduatesA WHITE LODGE *
Members of Lily White Lodge

The graduating class of Douglas $1,000 scholarship in Optometry 131 held their election meeting r *
REGENIA:
Anderson Junior High School will will be _awarded in Juneto last Wednesday evening in St. SYLVIA MATTHEWS

;( r RITZTHEATRE hold Its service. a qualified graduate of an accredited Stephen AME Church.BENEVOLENT James Weldon Johnson ifif
worship Sunday
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morning, May 26, at 11:00 a. m.
to Dr. James C. Fulton SOCIETY Pepsi-Cola Bottling Co.
'. NOW THRU SATURDAY MAY 25 in the school auditorium.The chairman of the Vocational Guid- and are proud Pepsi-Cola to salute Dealers Syl *
Independent Benevolent So
; I '1 GIANT ance Committee of the Florida via Regenia Matthews, a ifif
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Rev. Mr. Charles Crosby, ciety No. 3 will sponsor a musical member of the 9-3 class.
Association.The She Is honor student
; SUNDAY MAY 26 MAY 29 ; pastor of Mt Pleasant Baptist Optometric tea Sunday afternoon from 4 to and a an member of the
i : '12 ANGRY MEN" Church will deliver the sermon, .recipient, who must be a 6 o'clock, in Wilder Recreation Intramural acUvlty club.
if
resident of Florida will have.
-..' and and his congregation will worship a Center, Third and Mt. Herman
: ; 'TOP SECRET AFFAIR"- with him at the schooLCommencement choice of optometric colleges to Streets. ** *
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studies in the field of .
pursue '
( Mrs. Esther White will serve as
STARTS THURSDAY, MAY 30 exercises will vision and sight conservation. *
narrator for the program which
( "JAMES EDWARDS ... COLORED STAR be held at 10 o'clock on the morning Application blanks can be ob- will feature local musicians. *

t "BATTLE HYMNN""BILLY .. of June 7, with Dr. RichardV. tained in this area by writing to t Redd well-known driver ifif
"d- --- Moore, president of Bethune- the Northeast Florida a Optometric salesman for General Wholesale

i THE aD WANTED"i .- Cookman College, delivering the Association, P.:0. Box 1327 Jack JAMES IVEY MOURNEDMr. Distributors, announces that he

i i I address. i sonville. James Ivey of 210 Magnolia* is no longer associated with the

Street, passed May 18 at a local firm which serves as distributorsfor ifif

hospital.The I Ballentine Beer._ _
deceased was a member of He stated that he terminated *
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his with the : : .
St. Paul Baptist Church Masonic employment company
V "' w- Lodge No. 387, Sunlight Pallbearers under cordial terms, adding that + 41Y
No. 61 and Home Union Society he enjoyed the working csociationwith
No. 42. the firm, which he said was ifif

k .j greatly responsible for his success
.: ; -. : in the sales field.
-% PALLBEARERSAHNIVERSABYThe if
Redd said he appreciated the CATHERINE DEBROAH
59th Anniversary of the co-operation given him by the PITTMAN
;: : ttz : District of Jacksonville Pallbearers staff and especially Messrs Bill James Weldon Johnson
;; Grand Union will be held Diggers and Harold Lawrence, and Junior Well school

Wt June 16, at Mt Calvary Baptist expressed the hope that his many Tribute, an Is honor paid tudent to Catherine in
Church. customers end friends will give the 9-13 class. She Is a.
The Rev. Mr. R. L. Rodgers, his successor the same cooperation member Patrol secretary of the of Girls her
pastor of Walters Memorial AME they gave him. homeroom and a member
of the Student Council.
Church, will deliver the anniver- An. announcement of Redd'snew
a i. sary sermon. appointment will be made in * *

The Rev. Mr. W. M. Hill is pas-. the near future. *
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:s: ;Putnam County News I. : Isaiah Blacker School Activity IEThONECOOKMANSLATES COMMENCEMENT,


,. DR. L ALLEN, DR. M. HARRIS SPEAKERS

BY E. J. TOBBT
o 608 Madison. S rt.t Fak&a Florida' : .- DAYTONA BEACH-Commencement exercises will be held at
Phoa East 5-9K5 .', Bethune-Cookman, College this week-end, beginning with the baccalaureate -
'..' sermon Sunday, May 26, followed by the commencement

::1 .."- A THOUGHT FOR THE'WEEK' address and the awarding of degrees on Monday, May 27. t|
Dr.L. Scott Allen editor of the
"He 'who finishes C. Simmons. ,
f' ,' begins many things aclhiag. -
: 4v
N rs' -If Central Christian Advocate New Lessie
. Lad week Mrs. Gertha Hardy. a teacher at Central Academy } Orleans, La., will deliver the sermon -
fa Elementary School, :was.our movie guest Mrs. Hardy was all smiles 4'i1Yy n Sunday, at 3:00 p. ro, in the
\ as she received her passes to the show. a. physical education building.Dr. MT. HORUM CHURCHMt.

! -I-, : This week we sendm our invitation I Allen is a graduate of Clark Horum Baptist Church officials -

' to a young lady who is aJ' Ruth Evans 118.00; Mrs Darlene College, Atlanta Ga., with a B.A. have planned business
1 J' : recent graduate of Central Academy Kirkland $113.00; Mrs. Elmira Degree, and Gammon Theological meeting for Saturday evening at
I High School, She lives with Cotton $322.60; Mrs.. Annie Ruth : ; Seminary; where he received the 8 o'clock, at the church. All mem-

.t her mother and father, the latter Ellington, $152.00; Mrs. Clemmie if xf D.D. Degree. He did further study bers are expected to be presentat
i whom: I have known for several Polor, $84.10; Mrs. Lillian Me- during the summer at Garrett the session.

:! years Thisyoung lady is not very Zeke, $100.00; Junior Department; Biblical Institute and completedthe The Brick Yard Cemetery will
i" f tall and lives a short distance Deacon Leroy Ellington, $100.00; course of study for the MA. be cleaned Saturday during the

"1' from, Central Academy High and Little Vickie :Vreen, :$2.10, v" Degree in Christian.Doctrine. He day. All persons interested in the
t SchooL I am sure she would like General-services: collections totaled was a leader of the delegation to appearance of the cemetery are

I II:;. to have a pass to the movies. $132.88, bringing the total re- the Methodist General and Juris- expected'to take part in the beautification -
'I
ccpits to 124523. dictional Conferences of 1956 from effort.

i r 1 Mrs. Alice Carter has as her the Georgia Conferences.Dr. i
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! : guest her niece. Miss Carolyn Is. CARD OF THANKS Marquis Lafayette Harris
\ real of 549 Nixon Street, Jacksonville president of the Philander Smith STRANDSPECIAL
Mamie Armstrong Whilden of
.. Miss Isreal is the daughter College, Little Rock, Ark., will
I 310 N. 7th Street, wishes to ex
i ___ of Mr. and Mrs. Lucas Isreal,.formerly deliver the commencement ad ENGAGEMENT
to
1, of Palatka. press her sincere' appreciation dress. Regular Prices! 3 Days Only!
who kind to,her
friends were so
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itr i during her recent.illness,. She extends
Friends of .Mrs. Viola Barber special thanks to Rev..L. D) Degree from Clark College."Atlanta l i
(
i will be glad to know that she is Green, Rev. T. A. Alston and Ga.; B.D. Degree from ,T IMt---l:

(1 convalescing at the home of hex i Rev. J. P. Reeves. Gammon Theological Seminary, I .

"] cousin Mrs. Sallie J. Harrison. SPRING OCTAVE Miss Norma Ruth Solomon, band director at Isaiah ,Blocker Junior High Atlanta, Ga.; S.T.M. Degree from C L('Hili FORD

), '_ 1502 W. 2nd St."Jacksonville. School, is seen with members of the band as.the t'attended the Spring Octave for the band chorus and Boston University; and, the Ph.D I VAC-l-UKO'O I L*..,VO..... AUOUS M09f( 1
r F".''M, Gel. orchestra.. held recently at the school. Degree'from Ohio State University --------
Several Putnam County beauticians Plus-"BLONDE SINNER"
t attended the State Conven Left to right (seated) are: Willie Faust Milton Jones.James Grissett Wilson Aikens Gerald How. Wed. Sat. May 29 Jane 1
The Twentieth. Anniversary
{ tion in Orlando last week. Included era,:Joseph Nelson (standing) Miss ..Solomon, Walter Mean Julian Smith. Gerald Long..Richard Hat. Bart Lancaster In
observance of Grove
Piney Baptist
in the group were: Mrs: ten Miss Frankie Porter. John Bradley Leonard Hampton.. John Jackson and Willie Roy Thomas. Green Cove Springs '''-HE RAINMAKER"
( Church is currently in session Pies-"DYNAMITERS"Wayne
Ollie Howard Mrs. A. Swindel
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and will continue through MorrisROOSEVELT
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"Mrs. Corene Ellis, Mrs. Pearl Wilson :
Sunday, May 26. meet at Mt. Moriah Baptist scheduled to be held June 24, at TRIAL SERMON
" Mrs. Mildred Woods, Mrs.
The Rev. Mr. :GainesvilleWOMEN'S Church at 1:30 the scheduled 1:30 in Charley Howard will preachhis
Flossie Belton and Mrs. Irene ... Ivory Alberty : poem. on p. m. Friendship Baptist
t ... pastor of the church, has an- date. Church. :The convention is spon- trial sermon Sunday, May 26, Sun. Tuei. May 26-28
j r preen. nounced visiting ministers for the DAY AT, .Rosa Mae Brown Catherine sored by the Pallbearers Grand at 7:30 p. m, in the Church of "ROCK BABY ROCK IT"

'-. Friends of Mrs. Mary Shelton weekly services as follows: ST. PAUL CME Davis and Beatrice Washingtonare Union of Tampa. God in Christ. "REVOLT- Brand AT FT.New LARAMIE"SKYVIEW-
The'Rev. Mr. L.E. Bell of Pink- contestants for the Mrs. Pearl L. Scott district,
will be happy to learn that she is Mrs. Charles D. Brooks will among
convalescing in her home on ney Chapel Baptist Church spon- deliver the address for the morn- occasion. conductress; was elected grand FLORIDA STARIN
sored by the School. Paul secretary of the Uniform Com-
Sunday .
North Tenth Street Mrs. Shelton ing service at St. CME
of the State of EVERY 'S... Tuts May 26"ATTACK"Jack .
Florida in *
I collapsed Sunday morning,on Mt. The Rev. Mr. V. Milton and Church Sunday, May ,26, in the MRS. VERSIE DIXON FETED pany Paanciplus
>
the sessions held !
Tabor church steps. > New Jerusalem Holiness Church, observance of annual Women's BY DAUGHTER Tampa. recently in COLORED HOME -"FLESH & SPUR"NOW

sponsored by the usher board. Mrs. Versie Dixon was honored
Day.Mrs.
Mrs. Sallie Baines. of Philadel The Rev. Mr..J. H. Jenkins.anc Brooks is librarian at Wilder with a surprise dinner recently
P hia. pa., mother of Mrs. Charles Mt. Olive Baptist Church, sponsored Park Branch Library in Jack given by daughter, Mrs. EthelM.
\ Lee Muse.. paid a visit to herdaughter by the choir. 'sonville. Williams. .....

and D.la. recently.She The Rev. Mr. D. W. Singletaryand The day will be climaxed with'a The serving of the delicious
'. also visited her sister. Mrs :
-t"._ Vanila Wilson. Mt. Carmel., sponsored by the musical program to be held meal preceded by an inter- T : AT A :PRICE
;< 'Ie... Home Mission. during the evening, with noted esting program presented for the
musicians from throughout the occasion. :
; : The Rev. Mr. W. H. Lyons andMt.
Mr. and Mrs. D. Richardson of
r' Charity Baptist Church spon- state participating.Other Guests, included R. B. Counts. .,
West Palm Beach stopped in Pa
sored the deacon board. outstanding participantsfor Mrs Mrs. Gussie
MlnnieJackson
, by ;
latka last Sunday en route to
.r General conference will be held the Women's Day event are: Ross Mrs. Flora Harrison.. Mrs. YOU CAN AFFORD
Quitman, Ga.They were joined in
'.e Palatka by Mrs. Fannie Boyd. by the pastor on Saturday, May The Rev. Mrs. Mary Green." Mrs.E. Aquilla Young Mrs. Susie ,Let!- .
M. Hart.. Mrs. E. T. Bell Mrs. more.. Mrs.,Bessie WilliamsTMrs.

A "Florida and Georgia Day 25.The observance will be climaxed G. W. Washington.. Mrs. Mary F.D.Shannon-MM.Ona M.Pries.
Alice Harris Mrs. Jessie McGlon, Mrs. Rosa Mrs. LI11t.VeaL .
Rally" will be conducted at Calvary Sunday, May 26, beginningwith Randolph
Baptist Church Sunday, Sunday School at 9:30.a.m., Mrs. Ora Lee Faulk. Mrs. Sarah Mrs. Bertha WiiHaxns: Mrs. FREE! .
I with Mrs. Ollie Howard leading conducted by Deacon Leroy Tho- Glasper. Mrs. LoWe. Banks and Mary Etta Williams. Mrs. Mabel -
Mrs. Rebecca MitchelL Mrs., Botenna t
the Florida group and Mrs. Alma mas. The morning worship will Crawford Irrin
Brown leading the Georgia group. begin at 11:00 a. m.,with the Rev. S. Mrs. Charlotte Robi&son Mrs. __
I' Mr. E. L. Anderson delivering the PALLBEARERS'LODGE 113 ,Lime ,Johnson. W. Johnson., S. 6 MONTHS u. .. ,
sermon. *A program Robinson. C. Ross D. Ross and A. 4 4f
benefiting juveniles
Women's Day was observed at i; ,
Shiloh Baptist Church last week, i Dinner will be served at 1-:30 and lodge members will be held Robinson. SUPPLY OF GAS -
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1 with several outstanding women :p. m. and will be followed by the June 2, at 3:00 p. m., in New For the Average Family -, ..
I appearing on the program. They afternoon worship service at 3:00p. : Salem Baptist Church. Arredondo.The JUVENILE CONVENTION

were; Mrs. Freeland of First Baptist m..The Rev. Mr. D. L. Wilker- program is being sponsoredby Grand President W. H. Robinson x
Church St. Augustine, who son will deliver the message. 'Pallbearers Lodge No. 113. will ,deliver the address at FlEE k:4: ; .

delivered the morningmessage.. The Rev. Mr. W. E. Young will which has asked that all juveniles the District:Juvenile Convention 4

h Ii'. She was introduced by Mrs. Alice deliver a sermon at 4:00: p.. m.. TURKEY ___ j'
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Smith of Hastings.Mrs. and the closing message will be .
J. L. Finch Stuard of brought by the pastor at 6:30 .' ARTHRITIS? I WITH PURCHASE ;- a,
Gainesville was the speaker for p.m. (See )
the evening worship service. She If You Suffer with ArthritisRheumatism I Coupon ,

was introduced by Mrs. Amos TtrtwePkfMPTiY You Owe It To Yourself Try '
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Sermons. 'KING SOLOMON HERBAL COMPOUND NO -
Other participants on the pro- ,

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Norton of San Mateo; and Mrs. 2eBo-rra&ptly relieves qM Gas Pains or,Back Aches ..--or AIL YOUR MONEY' BACK
Ethel Mobley, who served as Pastor Itching,burntag of Skin Rashes,. You Can't" Lose '- /' /
for the day. Eczema, PM" Bifigworm' tad KEYSTONE LUCKY STO1E "". /
Athlete's Foot 3kta*tie serateb- 7-:
Receipts for the day were re- q-ana.aId& 509' .BROAD STREET TELEPHONE EL 4-2557 JUST TRAM IN ., t"
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;f :. fitkuuoi's Friewb Advise Qiifliig Skarpske esep..... By .Ed- .Igee. Piillies Optioi:: I I I, season would opened be tomorrow my shortstop Kennedy middleweight CLEVELAND boxer-Rory.from Calhoun Atlanta,

L- Less,.than it month after the season j

;. Wkile He Is Ai Peak Of His Career .. C .: MWI/ :Jib Keiiedy To given started upbn,Kennedy.however They he kept had contenders Georgia and for one the of middleweighttitle ; the leading


1 Jf () : Bobby Morgan and Roy Smaller, will have to wait now for
:t :. ,NEW YORK -Rumors,are thai-the newly're-crowned mi.Jtlle: s '
but shipped -
Class Kennedy 'NCf? l another opportunity to get back
(l ;;' .'weight champion Sugar Bay Robinson",JD4r re&a.won-wkhaut.v.r .. ,, BLeifPHILADELPHIA Carolina"- """ into the running'for a shot at
: fighting again.* as the International Boxing Club wa busy iryiagt ;
.
During spring training the Sugar Ray Robinson's middle-
to negoHaia.for "a big monty fight" between 'ReM son and welter
f\t -1 The base- from weight
_... ., player Jacksonville was the crown. .
} .weight,champion Carmen .Batilio m.1he.- .. I ball fanS'n the Quaker City have talk of the Philly camp. Some George Gainford, Robinson's

I. after. The Robinson--retirement stated. story publicly broke merits from various 'sources. j not been satismied since the departure -. i experts went. so far as to say manager said in the dressingroom

I of John Kennedy from he was the answer to the manager's of Joey Giardello minutes
While,the International
that his :future ring career would Boxing
the Phillies because
"he not
was, dream of solving his after Giardello had 10- '
Club'is' build won a
attempting to
be guided by his fans reaction. up a "
given a fair chance said.
they
' ;I < The fabulous champion said that million dollar,gate, Robinson con shortstap jroblems. Casey Sten- round split decision from Cal-
; since regaining the title from tinues to ponder over :retirement Kennedy the wirst Negro player 'gel, manager of the New York houn, that he would like to
i to be signed by the Phila- Yankees criticized the Phillies match Robinson and Giardello
Gene Fullmer of his friends
i had advised his many retirement. "They --tthT.7IY7 K delphia Phillies of the National fully for.not utilizing Kennedy's the 22-year-old slugger from At-

feel o'lul I Seeks 1'DO League, ;had something to say talents. 'Casey said: They've lanta who now makes his homein
: I would be doing an injusticeto / sNOUCO
the hundreds of people who T.4GC5' ( .,. about the chance given him been looking everywhere for a White Plains, N. Y., had pre-
t PasirsiQ Hatch itlO 2E which supports the rumor that is shortstop except right under their viously won 14 of his 27 fights
.helped me win,back the title with
circulating around Philadelphit. noses. This fella (Kennedy) does by knockouts and has been beaten ,
their letters of encouragement
., It was said by Smith everything." only once in his three-year
; Maya ,
and their prayers, if I went,out at For Pafiersw I, _
my age (37)land risked losing it ; manager of the Phillies, before Kennedy, who was secured career.

.. : again," Robinson said. '1 the season opened, that "if then from the Kan sas City Monarchsof I After: Robinson' manager ex-

f /-I* Since he knocked out Fullmerin : NEW YORK From all ac- the' Negro American League pressed a preference for a fight

'five rounds in Chicago to :,become counts given by Gus D'Amato, has been shipped to the Thomas. between champion Sugar Ray and
the
the fir t man in ring history manager of heavyweight- champion ... major college sports. ville-High Point team in the ClassB Giardello a Calhoun match 'has

: :to regain: the middleweight- title Floyd::l'atterson! 'a.vfigh, \' is \.fiJ COACH J. B. BRAGG, who, be Carolina League. been indefinitely delayed.

three:times there has been'much in the maCing..bgtween,Patterson -.' ,f came an immortal in sports in ----------
... Florida is a legend around Florida
: .talk of a possible fight between and |e,Pastranb in New Yorkin .' ', ''' -
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Robinson and Basilio. Experts beiieve July.. : : : .. A,& M University. His teams You Don't Have to Go to Town to Get

l such, ,a fight would gross D'Amato'said he had spoken toWhitney GENE FULLMER'S OPPONENT Ralph Tiger) Jones will be with such performers as "Sleepy"
:: .
close to a million dollars. Esneault, ,\?astrano's the first opponent for Fullmer since, Sugar Ray Robinson defeated Edwards, .Baby Joe Lockhart

Joey Giardello bas been men manager about the fight' and he him' (Fullmer), to-regain the middleweight title. Fullzner'is, attempt. .Jubie Bragg and others of like LOW PRICESOn
comeback at the of Jones and Jones is calibre started the school the
boned:; another'possible' oppon was pleased with the idea. tag to stage a expense attempting on .
exit since his seat of Rory Calhounin "Terms for the bout were mot to press'forward. to a shot ai the title., .They; will fight In the West hill toward the top in sports;

10 rounds:, Robinson has ezt even discussed.,. beta 9 see of the Side Arena in Chicago.June 7.A victory for Jones will mean a closer Those were great days around the! Your

r pressed the fact time after tinythat eagerness of >Siisirori's managerto Itep-toward a title.match.The fight will be nationally telerised. campuses of :Fla. A & M an .Ed-

i he knows that he cannot' goon get a shot. .aijfne champion} word Waters. DRUG STORE NEEDS

forever and if there is a time ship" D'Amato said. .;; FLORIDA A & M has maintained

when he should retire it is while ;;'':The. 21-year-old Pastrano 'of SPORTING UP its rating as a top'' notch con- Trade With Your Neighborhood Drug Store

he is at the peak of his career. New 'Orleans is the fourth contender tender from year to'year. .and

Four times winner of the ranked heavyweight- contender has kept up ,the record started
world's middleweight championship behind Tommy (Hurricane in the days of yore winning We Will Meet Any Prices Advertised .

a feat never before accomplished ) Jackson of New York,.Eddie BY C.'PAHHAM JOHNSON 31-y a.r-p 1 d infielderoutfielderwho ,' championships upon. champion- In Your Local PapersWOOD'S
in the fistic world the Machen. of'Redding, Calif., ships. .
.
i LEROY SATCHEL PAGE. the was traded by Cincinnati to
many friends and well wishers off and Harold Carter of Linden, N. relief artist of the Miami Marlins the St. Louis Cardinals has now But what happened at Edward

one of history's greatest fighting J. Carter is in the Army."Jackson's has been mentioned by the New been traded to the Philadelphia Waters? The question will ever DIXIE PHARMACY

machines believe he should be manager says:: he York Giants a* 'the possible .answer Phillies ina .straight player-for- remain in the'minds of those who
satisfied with his great' accomplishments wants,a,$200,000 guarantee for;the it 1302 KINGS ROAD .t MYRTU AYENUI
to their relief pitching prob player deal..Harmon, who played saw reach the top in athleticsand
according to state- fight; *; D'Amato o said. "Whoever.. lies then it What PHONES El 3-3597-98
lems. Nothing been definitelydone basketball Toledo University, saw topple over. .
heard of, challenger demandinga W. DcNrtr Wt Alto Fill AH Doctors' frtierlfthmt
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about & but U is known that !has played all three outfield positions turned over in the minds .of the
guarantee for chance at the
a Manager Bill Rigney Is In the as 'well' as first and third athletes who gave their hearts to PAY YOUR LIGHT, WATER AND TELEPHONE
title? Most would doanything .
AaroB Receives managers market for a relief pitcher. base. The Phils made the deal in put In the winning column and to '
: for 'a chance.
BIOS AT OUR STORE
I MORGAN STATE COLLEGEhas an effort to obtain the righthanded keep in the list of top contenders

won the CIAX championship pinch.hitting punch they have one will never know.

LeagueTrophy Moaarchs To, Pliy for the;ninth straight year in the been seeking. The 6-2,175-pound-
field of track and field events. er played with Cincinnati from I

MILWAUKEE Hank Aaron, Detroit Stars At With such stars as George Dennis, 1954 to May 16, 1958 when he'was NO NEED TO BUY

the Malwaukee Braves sensational who set a record 6 foot, 9 inch traded to the Cards. He is batting ,

young outfielder and the National jump that made him champion in ..333 this season. ,, -
St> League batting champion Myrtle Ball Park that event:Robert'McMurray rippedloff.a' THREE: $IG REASONS why .

of 1956 was presented a silver 47.8 quarter-mile to nab the Chicago While Sox of the THE LARGE .

bat.for winning the batting title When the Kansas City Monarchs the event? Robert Berry; was responsible American stay.,on lop or near the :.

last year with an average of .328. and the Detroit Stars cross ,for two records.. He won top of the American .League are ..
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In ceremonies before the New ,! the mile in 4:20.8.:lie also hit the :Minnto .Minoso,, outfielder;' Earl '
bats in the Myrtle Avenue Base- 'F
tape first in the'two mile'run. He Batley second string catcher and
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York-Milwaukee game, league ball Park Friday, night, May 24, SIZE..YET ;
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president 'Warren GilesWho was clocked at 950.3; and another Larry Doby hard-hilling outfield ,
two of the: strongest teams in the
made the presentation, described Negro American League will record was broken.: The Morgan er. The White Sox will, continue :

: Aarpn's feat as ,"quite an meet. Bears piled up a total of 79 ..56po'fnts. to.be a menace to the other teamsIn ,

E achievement." I Both teams are well fortified the league as long as the trio If haven't tried ." J
I "When you consider the fact with great performers and all the JAMES (Dean Blue) EVERETT;. pack the power that they have you :;;
of Jacksonville has 'made quite a been showing ,all"'ieason., '
that team in contentionall ,
was
your thrills that go with big league >
record,as head'coach of Booker T. MANAGER LOU BOUDREAUof gentle satisfying /
the way, you had to face the baseball will be provided.: is :
best pitchers and so much depended generally understopod' that matiyof'1he Washington High School of Mi the Kansas City Athletics '
ami. Everett started his. football sticks by his in he Calvert
on each game, it makes players that will be seen guns saying Reserve .
: lour ,feat all the more remark- in action are""'of'major- 'league career at Edward Waters Collegeand has three of the best players in :,

able" Giles said. then went.oh Florida A & baseball, 'when he refers to his .
caliber. ask for the -'handy : ; {
I Jacksonvile and vicinity, 'will M'to win All-American honors. tan stars. He has Harry (Suitcase) ,

'fi f He was also one of the best pitchers Simpson, long-ball ,hitting outfielder ';"
to the
have an opportunity see "
i in baseball the state has who also did trial size today. .' '
defensiVe :
of pro- a great : sk ::
in tHe
Watch This down kind ball that is played '
duced. He pitched for- a spell in job at first base when Vic .
Negro American league and why '
4-25-57 the American. .and National the big time in Negro baseball Power was hurt; Victor Lopez, Learn why : :

"Dean-Blue" as he is affectionately considered'by many as one of the .
t leagues 'are combing the Negro I
24--225-97 talent. known by his many friends is finest third basemen in the ma c
leagues for baseball
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Many faces familiar ,to Jack outstanding- the game--of golf jors; and Victor PoUot? >-Powe't, CLEARHEADS r w "
also. He is quite a versatile ath another great offensive and defensive \
8' 5 sonville fns win be seen In act-

9, ion, along with ,new faces tit i lete.ALLEN player who stays in the
4 "J\ ., for' UNIVERSITY won the Big" Ten ''batting' ''order He is the
will be battling a place In the
7 1 Southern Intercollegiate: Athletic regular first baseman of the Ath-
higher annals of baseball. -
Conference'baseball crown for the letics. ,
Monarchs ;
The trained in Jacksonville .
61-50-33 first time since the early forties. THE PHILADELPHIA FANS
under the trained and
The Yellow Jackets woa,tha title are showing the cool side to Chico :-
47743761Se. watchful eye' of one of baseball'simmortals "
when they defeated the Florida A Fernandez, the 4an shortstop the AGREE
William (Dizzy) Dis-
........-.e.. .t it 'M Rattlers;,in thftjecoad game Phillies secured from the 'Brook- :
mukes.; He has made a great con- *
Sometimes ...'. tIo... baseball of a double header! The Rattlers lyn Dodgers.,Despite' the fact that 1t
tribution to as a plyer,
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He idtf. rabtracttH
the first Leroy Hicks Fernandez is playing -
won game. a terrific
w.rfc It alt .r a4 mnager and major league scout
Gme time is $ o'clock. Advance lost the first game for the Tallow game at shortstop the fans wen Calvert Castes '

,FOR MAY 317S9452 tickets are -on sale at convenient Jackets 'but came back ''to pitch pulling ,very heavily for John oil'-- "

points for the advantage of the the Allenites to victory in the Kennedy, the Jacksonville, Fla. betterr' :: : y :

fans. second. product who preceded' Fernandezas 'r
WHEN BIG DON NEWCOMBE the first Negro to wear a Phil-

wtSn his first game of the season adelphja) uniform. The fans con-: / '. .

against the Pittsburgh Pirates, he tinue to believe Kennedy was '

continued' a remarkable; record. food enough to play the regular t./ -- .... 1 -

The big pitcher.hasn't' lost\ a.game, shortstop' position.. Since Fernandez : .. < ,, _.., : ,' "
j 'j @ : ForbeS Field in.three'years. He: joined, the team, Kennedy is ::. :f''J :.

lost his last .game, there April no longer with the team. :

r .J u........ 24. 1954. The'Brooklyn thand- EDWARD WATERS COLLEGEof '. : "",, ,.....'',,_: 11II ".:: : .
t' 'r.
,. er's againstthejpjrates, in Jacksonville,, in the '
CULTURES STRAIGHTENS was once :"' I
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... .. ., their own ball park is 13 victories, big time in ,collegiate sports. J ,}If Calved % :

( a 2 .losses, and he has a ''lifetime Those who remember that: time, .. '. .. ... I

marK against them:of.20 and 6, can remember, Big, Jackson Dan :"$1.61Calvert, 2UIEiI I

'LIGHT HEAVYWEIGHT iels Frank Donaldson the Armstrong a&.a o r

CHAMPION ARCHIE MOORE Is brothers;, .Big "ro y.d '. :.-- 1/2r PINT ,- 2weD1..ezyW!..... .- .; I
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demanding a $100,000, guaranteefor (Rocky) Haisley, ,Red 'Francis, .1 t ':. ;

a 'title,,:bout against Anthony.'The "Cocky Dukes: 'James. (Dean l.i". ': iv ',, t. '
(" -- :
h National Boring Associationof Blue) ,Everett/ Arnett- Counts, w. --
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;thexUnited States tJU.t.aten- Wilts Alexander, Ted ;Jones Robert ,1 .
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ed1 to vacate his_title unless'he defends Jenkins, James, Wiggins;'and t4-r Ido .. ', i,
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by Jidy/JZl
c" many others who kept "Dear Old -- .. .

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and the sister of Clarkye Lee Comity Retail Merchant and athletic and is in training for because none other than Johnny but met.with a delay. A repairman been made but applications can
,F-: S .t CHIPS. OFF THE HOCK Boatwright and Geraldine Boat-. Salesman_ Association was a iremeadous the ping pong championship. If Stewart squired the ladies about she didn't know called for]I besecured for the position of :

f BY JAY JAY wright Foster.f success. Despite ,the he continues to work outwe John J. DeVore is on,the brink her radio and took it to be "re "Negro policeman". II any more
Harold Gibson has returned lad thai rain forced the activities may .see .him follow ..his .son and can't make up his mind to paired" Jean Cobb is are hired U Is certainly time ,

:... -In a few weeks the paresis home from Tampa. Gibson is ifidocrs, the terse crowd enjoyed Chunky'on'the water skis. lump. He has passed the preliminaries basking in the limelight of a We tee by the papers that the I f

j t:' -will again be siren the responsibility working with Southeastern AutoAssociation everything and all went home About.Towll:' Waltenna Heywood with flying colors but sparkling performance in "CousinJill Legislature approved the Sheriff I
,' their 1W1.angeJaM. and will make Jack- happy. There were pretty girls Miller spent the week-end in can't get the words "I do" out From Junction Hill". Persons .
for road
of handling request more patrolmen.We I
and door Membersof of her relativesand ,He is notice that he who the had
--"_ You needn't think that sonville his central office. His prizes galore. town as the guest serving plansto saw play nothingbut
' wonder If he will
company specializes in automobile ,the organization. did? themselves the ,social guest of Lillian make the marital leap soon. praise -lor director Charles now, see ,
teachers going
rl;; the pore, pore are drenched insurance. right proud. Taylor., The former Jaxon caughtup Polly Longworth is busy mak Lee ,and the cast. fit io hire some Negro County (
'. to relax on some sun
'555 strand of sand for two months. The annual show of the Duval See J.. D. Brooks has turned. with all of, the happenings ing plans to take a trip North No formal announcement: has Patrolmen. 1

f: Most of them are leaving for (
summer school or are trying to
find some labor to help them j

:r= -:: buy grits doing the summer. JAI APPLIANCE CENTER I PHONE El 6-2602
'.,. Along with school closing 1100 BROAD ST. I

.. comes the rash of ""proms" and ,
other socials.. Every year we ,
F hear the arguments for and ,

t!). ,. against proms. We don't profess Meet Lillie Miss Jaffco
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: .' to be an authority, but we do 'NwR
not think that the junior high /

I" schools should go out and even .. iC. .
I' ,have bands. In the schools these ,
a ? 7p'Friy wJi atJ'2 C1 R?aib' \ '
days all of the activities whichat
one time were only in colleges xi6n \ '4Ya1W -i
Have been started in grade school
::There is no longer a thrill in. the .

t. .., 'first prom dress. The modern 1 1 1 1
'[ kids get the first prom dress in

I' kindergarten. The present trend
-. has set the stage for many a girl _
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t-' '..' to, get. her first dress and her E _
,: _'.'.firs t introduction into the mysteries -
f'- of life at the junior high

"''. prom. We are not saying that

fv t A itftis..,:the prom which is doing

"t'.-' these- things. but the prom is.an
; accessory to the fact. I
After the come commencement -
; proms .
:> : You will see the +.. y. .. .
nursery school tots in caps and

; gowns and read of annual ,sermons -
to the graduates. of Miz

. S Susies Cradle RolL We repeat -::: -
:: -
our earlier statement. What do : --.
',' these kids have to look forward 0 __ _-t' cj; 4

"i"i.i.to.. The thought of marching on FOR ONLY : :
.
..::. graduation day in a cap an4 ; : FOR ONLY J
f.;,.' ,d; '_ : gown kept many a boy and girl
J[t- in school during my time. With

f';,..-. : these young moderns its "old $4.98 Down
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1.. stuff". ;, $498 Down
3 'We see nothing wrong with a

> *. party; for graduates properly ". J
; 'f.-"''' We Do Our Own Financing \
': ,: -i| chaperoned and out at an early J Twice
i', JnrA'r' Y" Pay Monthly -:- Monthly
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t ":- ; rlhour but we do thinK that its : .i.tWi

4. :. 'time some one thought twice With the FLORENCE RANGE You ,Get V Pay Weekly:- Every Dayor
" about the ever growing "junior FREE GAS ((2 ,Big Tanks) Here is the charming young voice you have been hearing on

i high prom menace". FREE INSTALLATION WOBS Tax Appliance Commercials. She is Renee Harris Age 8. Every Hour on the Hour !
i. The members of the Regelleties

I d.' .'., : gave 5g!.Augustus Byrd U.S.M.C.a .
!i' ( going away party the other V
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l .':.. ". might' of on Mr.the spacious and Mrs.back Preston terrace 't):" < .-1 ; : : Just out. from PHI LeO : "

Johnsonon, Spires Street. Byrd i : :
'.'";, was called to active duty and ,
: \ reported to duty in Albany. Geor
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r: of Thursday guests partook morning.of Carries'The group hospitality With The -

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New Way to Keen
f- and drowned boiled crabs .
i l with various fluids until the wee FLORENCE
,' hours of the morn. ... ........ ........
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I "/ -. When you pass the corner-of RANGE ", r

Broad and Union don't rub your ee 8.
\j I ,;._
eyes, you are seeing the truth. ... ,
::._ The building occupied:: by the Fresher !
Monterey is being remodeled. You

4' : -- When the work is completed the j / _-J
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- ." exterior of the building combined :

: ':-, with the recently redesigned and : ,!3 ; ; EGetE.Meats;

;/ ,,_:' .- refurnished interior will.make the ,<. ., ,: f f '. .". .
of '. L>
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spot one of the nicer private 1
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! clubs We .
'i onyl hope they r ;' .
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will start supplying spoons with .. !: ; LINOLEUM REFRK'Ei 1tASIMG ..
> .. the ice bowls, fingers aren't nice. i Co0.SUR
;: ,_' A landmark is moving from .f KITCHEN
;. Broad Street. The Florida Tattler "':.

>.'. is 'moving into 'new quarters on I RUG .
,
k West Union Street The editor \ ,. .
4 .. -I announced that he is moving' his / DUCTIN x't ,
r shop in the new location and isr lACK WALL or .. = :ter l px

getting new equipment '. REFRIGERATOR i
Since Taylor has moved from .' .' .
F' '
t..; Broad Street the battle for mayor f $4.98 Down .

'.. rests between, Jerry Nash, Jack .
r;. LeGette and Otis Speights. Offr' ,
course Nip "Golden Calvert Gin" ttoam:
K,- Sams is a transient-Broad Street- 'I J
L. ster.. He has no place of business LET JAX V ; V V

but makes use of every one else's GOLD FLOW .
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Laura Wynn sends helloes from APPLIANCEBEAUTIFY S MEAT LOCKER r 93

., Richmond. The popular saleslady ,
:.: is pinch hitting in the Virginia Keeps meat DOWN

pt, city until a replacement can be
-.,' founds YOUR LAWN wlth freezing
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w} Hats off td 'Barbara Spears. The chilled air
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E The young lady is operating a V_ _
\?J... real beauty salon. Her place in WITH THIS. N' the MeatCOLock to r 1 n+.LeO. unIfIII .

S8/ the Wilson Building on Myrtle 4VS ti / through a duct at
: Avenue is not a colored beauty WATERRESISTANT > ," the rear provides -
i. shop but is a salon in all senses t, V' e ideal 33* Exclusive in
F.: of the word. I cannot describe : ,dj storage conditionsrecommended
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PHILCO.
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'_ On the beauty. culture kick, Board. '

''., '. -'.. Kate Graves of the Duval County :', V
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'J'". ":;i:' Vocational School has just returned S : V
l_,... .7'-' : from the State Board examinations -
"' T' Pay Weekly or Monthly.
'J' .. in Tallahassee All UMBRELLA '" /
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fifteen of her students passed the ;.
7 '. Jax Appliance Center Has Its
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successful exam takers is Lettye : ..1't: Own Financing No Loan Companies.
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-' ". From Cleveland spend a LEAF V- V Pay Where You"Buy. ..
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:__ few days with her family end /
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L-- '. V friends comes Alberta Boatwrtgbt PATTERNS: V -. ., l'
;: Sutton, Alberta is a former Juan V y new rode bottom price on

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.",-T:-, ,-, -}'s? -. W--a.J DURABLEGARDEN "" ,.' 'OWN --f Glom family size model 1072 < -

MAID Lire on premises. Cea- .r'*. ".- ,... "" F' .. DOWN o H.0s111k.rr.aa .CWtIerDrrnr'- "
jl, tad1' Mr. 31U 'ai Wright Meter STEEL. :; ;; f" .:, :_+ai ........... .... 0.. .A........SW
::5' _, Co1530 Hendricks A.... between <_0: ... ; MBk SMI hew. H e.B... .s Y..r w.....
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