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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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The Florida Star Pub. Co.
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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:
April 26, 1958
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:
UF00028362:00368

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Preceded by:
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TOENTERUF1SEfJUNE1G PAcUEJAXONS! DIES SX-SWEETHEART SUDDENLYAn I Bishop D. Ward Nichols



The same pattern was used

r 1'- again in several attempted rob-

beries over the week end. Within -
TALLAHASSEE Federal a period of about five hours undertermined death occurred

Judge Dozier DeVane Tuesday set four persons were attacked mainly early Wednesday morning,, Gets Suspended
April 23, at the home of Miss Again
June 16 as the date for trying on open streets increasing the Bessie Jones, 1227 W. Monroe
Virgil Hawkins' suit seeking ad- total to seven for the week end. Street when her ex-boy friend:

mission to the all white Univer- The latest victims of the at- passed suddenly.

city of Florida.He temps are Major Hardwick of 246 .
Johnny B. Johnson, 40, of 1255
May Street who
promised a decision before fought off his VI. Adams
Street, a former suior

Gainesville the fall semester institution.begins at the assailants cut on the but left cheek.received The a assault severe ago of went Miss to Jones call about on her two to BISHOP NICHOLS FOUND GUILTYOF HOLLYWOOD MUSIC STORE GOES

occured
DeVane told opposing attorneysin at the corner of Oak and her about
taking him back, and
] the case to be prepared to Dora Streets. R. L. Johnston of she told him
1132 Ionia no. Miss Jones MISAPPROPRIATING FUNDS TO COUSIN
Street
show whether comity (courtesy officers told investigating said ; EMPLOYEES SHARE
that
between courts) requires the Fed- two Negroes She told Police Johnson had ,

eral District Court to delay action approached him from the back at been firinking and after ___ _____
16 and Boulevard Irn Staff
while Hawkins' suit is pend- while he started having By Correspondent"Joe"
down: and kicked him in his face spells Nichols was tried the second= time within a by a famous
ing in the Florida Supreme Court. and fainted. He fell in a chair. year Higdon dance promoter and record shop
The State Supreme Court last breaking his nose. Clarence Police said they arrived on the Church Court in Allen African M. E. Church on April 15, owner who amassed a tidy fortune over his years of frugal
Hodges of 1545 Dot Street was scene and and found euiltv on all charges and snoeifiratinns and: an- living left the bulk ,ot.his estate valued <
year refused to admit Hawkinsto rushed him to Duval jouehJv at ahnr'I
at the corner of Dot and _Tyler cordj icvr"-tw s suspended,.Blbta i tILSatl'2 frl ;-fn-.may' .1 CbC./WtAA .4 Ir.l.* 1
the University School of Law ....... Eh.t bit Jw. "w-d"d
8't. .i w-- .w ( r7te.. involved. the misappropriation According to the terms ,of a 1
us the U. B. Suprmne-court nta the ',attempt and received a. slab by" Dr. -S". A. Baby t at theRuffin Nichols AME will probated In the County Court

ordered. It said he trod a right to I wound in the left shoulder. Gilbert of funds ,amounting Church, Philadelphia, for having on April 22, Joseph Ernest Hlg-

admission, but that it was delay- Howard of 940 W. Beaver to around........'$200.000.. maladminf- taken the Church p Civil Courtson bequeathed the major portionof
Ing issuing the order until Haw. Street received cuts of the lips CHERINTO Biratlon of*the law, and placing or about February 20 at New his estate to his two sisters

kins could show he could be ad- and left side after he fought burdensome assessments upon the :Orleans. ,Mrs. Helen Abbott and Mrs. N

mitted without public mischief. with his attackers in the 100 Rosenia Valentine, a brother, Lercy 'wSTw'K MY
block of Halls Lane. I FUSSIS pastors and people for his personal Higdon, all of New York and-

OLD FLIM FLAM In each of the cases the attackers gain. !MAN IS STABBEDBY Nathaniel D. Small of Jackson- !

made no profit. The testimony by the witnessesfor
TRICK WORKS Friday night a total of about REINSTATEDLakeland the church was revealing to ll&I I I
Higdon directed that the Holly-
AGAIN IN JAX $177.00 was stolen from Fred Joseph the hundreds of ministers and laymen BYSTANDER wood Music Store at 605; West
1183 W. Church St., John who had assembled from all ,
Ashley and all assets, personal
Douglas. Killebrew] 522 Eaverson
Hammers busy againin Ga. The Lanier AF1FRBRAWL property he owned in connection
Film were Ave. and Robert Spivey, 1300 parts of the country.
County teacher who her with the establishment, includingthe (
Jacksonville last Sunday when Cleveland: St. Three were reported gave up SIGNED CHARGES _
teaching career of 18 because The charges were signed by monies on deposit in the

they used the old pocketbook to have attacked Joseph and yeans I
Spivey. she was under representatives of The First Epis- An argument which occurred checking account of the store
pressure
hick to fleece a man out of $90
copal District headed by Dr. J in a place r f business at 21st shoukl go to Nathaniel Small. ,
from the board for
county
at Pearl and Bay Streets. having S. Benn, and served by Presiding Street and Phoenix Avenue resulted 1704 West 24th Street.

Albert Hicks. 21, of 10 B North permitted a white boy to ride a Elder J. Winsome Mason of in a man being stabbed The will stipulates that his

Whitney Sreet, St. Augustine told JAX WOMAN Negro school bus was reinstatedto the Philadelphia District. Bishop by an onlooker who was not a two sisters and brother should

he her job.Chairman. R. R. Wright. President of the get all of his real estate property
officer that
the investigating party in the argument.
i! Wallace Thigpen said Council of Bishops, presided as (with the exception of one pieceof
was at the bus station waitingon 22 1717 E. 25th
R.EPORTSRAPE Johnny Clark ,
the county board reversed an Judge, according to law. real estate, said to be valuedin
a bus in the company of earlier decision and reinstated heron OPPOSING COUNCIL Street old police<< he was; in a the neighborhood of about $45.- I I

whom he didnot for the Church place at E. 21st Street and Phoe- 000. (estimated ,
three other men recommendation of state Attorney was value, about $50 .
know. .Two men are being held in school officials. J. Austin Norris, assisted by the nix Avenue talking .to a man COO.) 'r;

jail on charges of after bee Rev. Ezra M. Johnson. Hot known only as Henry. The two I SMALL
He said one man told him h rape Mrs Baskin emphasized that All personal property, with the NATHANIEL D.
but not
ing accused by a young woman she believes In segregation and Springs, Ark. For the suspended got in an argument exception of money and bonds in Inherits", mule store
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had found a pocketbook and that who told police the men, brutally that she' allowed her fourth grade Bishop Nichols, was represented fIght. his possession at the time of his 1 ._ -

they would share the reward attacked her and then assaulted student to ride the Negro bus by Atty. Ernest D. Jackson of When the argument ended death was left to Hidgon'e sisters

should there be any. One of the her shortly after midnight Thurs- only as a final alternative. The Jacksonville, Fla. Clark said he was on his way and brothers to be shared equally. MORE CHILDREN

non told him he would have to day. white buses had all left and shehad Atty. Lewis Tanner Moore descendant out and as he reached the door,
give them what he had in his William Blake 18, Lester Johnson planned on taking the student of the immortal Bishop Roosevelt and -FAITHFUL AND LOYAL"
Wynn, a bysander '
pockets for security. Clark said 25. are being held for investigation in her car, but found that Benjamin. Tucker Tanner had to supposedly a cousin of Henry's LADY FRIEND NAMEDIN INVOLVED !

after the men told him about the in connecion with the she had a flat tirere withdraw from the case becausehe stabbed him with a knife. WILL i

security, he gave them GOO to rape charges. The two men a Mrs. Baskin was restored for Roman. Catholic it was reported Higdon who lived as bachelor

hold. They took his money and reportedly to be ex-service men. the rest' of he school term during and not of the A. M E. Clark was taken to Duval Med- roomer in the home of CharlesE. AUTO MISHAP !

disappeared. He could give no The incident occurred in the which time she will become church. The same was true of ical Center where he was treated Simmons at 434 West Ashley .

description of the men. county and is being investigatedby eligible to retire at 65 with pen Atty. James C. Lightfoot and held for observation by Dr. St. for many years following his

Patrolman R G. Allen investi Joe McOone and Willie Weston sion benefits. All pay lost since Bishop Nichols was not presentin Bailey. He said he would sign separation Mrs. Maude Morris

gated. of the Sheriffs department. she quit will be made good. person. He will be called to!i a warrant. Kigdon instructed that. $500. Several accidents occured last

should be given to Mrs. Daisy week involving a number of children

Harris of 909 Liberty Street, .
whom he described as "a faith
Death came to Larry Lasalle
. ful and loyal friend.EMPLOYEES .
Jone, age 2, last week when he

SIIARE IN was struck by an auto backingout
ESTATE
of a driveway on Mt. Herman -
Higdon's last win and testa- '
St.Earl .
ment provides that $300. should
go to "any of my employeeswho I Glenn Wyman age S, of

2 have been In my employ fora '321 North Street suffered bruises

period of 5 years. and abrasions when he ran Into

4f\a g ,w' The will also provides that an the path of a moving car white

Eastside lot be bequeathed to playing in front of his house.
one Minnie Keele.
Bodily injuries were suffered by
Named as executor of the will
Linda Coleman, age 6. of 62ft Wk
are Ernest l5. Jackson
attorneyand Monroe 6t. when she was struck:
one of the heirs to the 4 '
by an auto on Jefferson Street.
estate Nathaniel Smallan ex.
musician now* employed at the Rudolph Stills.age 7, 3838

Naval Air Station. Honcrief Rd. suffered a fractured
.
A baby conie 'xecenily ,held ,at'' the pie Chapel AME Church. Abort are shown the wf.nnen..mothenl. and sponsors. _- Witness to tbe win were Ruth right leg. and head injuries when

From left to righl are Her. B. A. JD8 .. pror; Mrs. Jwmtm Brothers; 1st prize'-winner Theresa Yroane Brother Mrs. Alice Benton Thompson, 622 Court H, Lucille he ran from a group of children:

aponsor; .2nd .priaa winner Chirle AUtn Holt Mrs Holt .cpeeaor E .M &.B. BoHcy. : 3rd prize winner..Junes Broihen.. Jr. -sponsor ,Mrs.. C Martin 1434 Royal" Court and en Beaver St near Brunsca
... J --. Willie V. Godwin, 1815 Llinoiastria.
wad aadMrL81othetl 't Avenue and struck the aide of
AJoUrof-$86000'wig nfi: :..:d by hrere:: onnttrttutt., Proceed from the conies will go Jo ihefBe Ednnlio&_.,lJBuiaiG: Fund.. .. a'irsoviag car.
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THE :FL RIDSTAR" : : :Ei4 r M3t "'tIiAi Usual", -


NEWSPublished i By Eric Simpson
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THE GOAL OF THE NEGRO PEOPLEThe
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by The Florida Star Publishing Co.
Negro minority is "seeking only what the government -
has promised, what party machinery is organized to "
MAIN OFFICE & PLANT: effectuate: life J liberty and the pursuit of happiness."

1323 Moncrief Boad ............... EL 4782 EL 4-6783 Tn e Negro
P'" I' describing the four phases
Downtown Branch Office: 423 Broad Street-Phone EL 4-3773 I fasa special
"through which Negro citizens -
t interest group, I I
seeks' j have passed in their efforts -
only
Hailing Address: \
1ki. to be included in democratic
., that which a-
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P. O. Box 661, Jacksonville. 1, Florida 11a. + \Y lone now dis- government." '-I

Krte: O. Simpson ....................,.................Editor .. tinguishes our

0.' Parham Johnson ..............................News Staff nation from its
SPECIAL ELECTION
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Altamae'Richardson ........................Circulation Dept. r, godless and
i ruthless a d- SLATED FOR

Member of Associated Negro PressSUBSCRIPTION versary the SUPERINTENDENTAND I

BATES Soviet Union:
the disciplinedbut SCHOOL
One Year, $54)0: ) ; Half Year, $3.00; Three Months, $1.80
complete BOARD TRUSTEES 1 1A
Mailed To Too, Anywhere In The United States. k freedom of the

Subscriptions Payable In Advance. Send Cbecks or Money Orders To: SIMPSON individual. referendum (a special

FLORIDA STAB-P. O. BOX JACKSONVILLE 1, FLORIDA The continued denial of election) will be held within
4 this precious freedom to any 60 days probably May 26, to
part of our people in the determine the public ,views.en
face of today's realities weakens phases of administration of
WE NEED ELECTED OFFICIALS us in the colossal contest the Duval County school sys-

for the minds and hearts of tem.
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. 'rr men-and Jn our own ,minds Citizens will be asked to
WHO WILL REPRESENT THE PEOPLE lb I Wt.JT and hearts. tote on the following questions:
Acknowledging that the 1. Whether they want the
present Administration has office of school superintendent
been instrumental in secur- to remain elective or becomean

ing enactment of the Civil appointive position.
THE MANNER IN WHICH THE CURRENT ,CITY Rights Act of 1957. and had 2. Whether they desire to
..COUNCIL HANDLING THE'ACUTE TRANSPORT! continued, through executiveaction abolish school trustees.
TION SITUATION THAT HAS -DEVELOPED AS A $2 civil rights measures The election .win be open to
RESULT OF THE BUS DRIVERS' AND :;COLORED :C initiated by previous administrations freeholders only.
MIVEHS'' STRIKE LEAVES CITIZENS ONLY TO WO ABA' sins of the G.O.P In the event the voters call
DER WHETHER MANY OF THEM FEEL THEY HAVE the for the school ,,
on great issue of desegregation superintendentto
RESPONSIBILITY White SupremisJ Idea Of Democracy Is Now Challenged By Darker Races
TO THE
PUBLIC OR WHETHER in the public schoolsare be appointed, the respoa-
THEY ARE MORE CONCERNED WITH PROTECTING many and grievous.The sibUlty for fining: the post Kin

CERTAIN. PRIVATE' BUSINESS INTERESTS overall legal pronouncement rest with the school board.
It is obvious that' most of the members of the City had been made to Ish W. Brant is the present
Council are ,more concerned with keeping the ,bus and iii Your make the legal decision effec school superintendent. lie took
colored cab franchises in the hands of the present holders : Weekly live a moral force had to be office In January, 1957, followIng .
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than they are in the welfare of the public. eel in motion. That force in his election In November

Time and time again we have seen this City Council i Horoscope Guide this kind of situation. had io of that .)'ear. Trustees .are
push through laws that Morgan F Jones, J. A[. Chupp
were detrimental to the Community i- ______ come from the highest level 1
but to the advantage of business interests or other -the White House. It never and Marvin C. Harden Jr.
private or privileged groups as in the case of the last WHICH ARE YOUR LUCKY DAYS FOR came. True. troops were sent

bus fare increase, and authorizing the placing of benchesall BUSINESS LOVE TRAVEL to Little Rock to prevent ih e<
over the city with hideous advertising.Over defiance and humiliation o f

period of years Jacksonville has had the bad By PABLO, The ASTROLOGERARIES a United States court. It warighi s VOTERS MUST
fortune to get into office a :number of men who seem only ; and proper for Mr
interested in fuihering their own ambitions. Many of them Eisenhower send troops.He .
have been able to get into office or keep themselves in of associates in deciding any vital domestic affairs or business interests deserves credit for his ac I I BE REGISTERED
'f ice by keeping the white and Negro people divided throughthe Born March 21 through April 20 issues at this time. The outlook unless you are very care- lion. But had he made all the ;

hypocracy of telling whites they are going to "keep the :it will be well for you to try fcr your pocketbook seems favor- ful. moves he should have mad ':
Negroes where they belong" and on the other hand telling to organize and schedule your life able, particularly around the 23rd 1-90-11-89-13-191 before the Little Rock situation BY AUGUST 10 i
. .- the Neoroes. "I'm going io help you people". and affairs with an eye to futurebr.urrfJ1J. and 26th. Business and career developed. troops would
saT1hirJ ": ._that result from ambitions take tp from \
can
'm ulipar o'abl -- --- -"""" -THJBII n,. mn mmtmtnt tt : -vrinritye SAGITTARIUSrairccJf have been unnecessary.
But is a "W\f" -"j '.!V't-,,. .-.-. J. .
the --
woe JU 17
day when colored and white citizens gloom over your future, you ire (( w velopment of the a r nrL.ArL1B91.E Any Florida
come to the realization that we are all kin, except' for. in reality moving towards better problems of yours%_j j.hers political factor from Negro as a citizen who hopes to vote
Reconstruction
color, that we all need paved streets, sewerage, drainage? things if you apply yourself and GIRGO around the 3rd t sretul days to the in the Nov. 4 general election
better health conditions and all the other necessities of make the most of your past experience Born August 24 Through Sept 23 look before commit { jf'selt' present, must be registered by 5 p.m.

life ; / that if the Negro lives in filth and disease, the knowledge or education. There are some strong influences in any way. This is "'Jrne anything valuable on the 15th Aog. 10, Atty. Gen Richard
same filth and disease will reach the whites through our 4-60-77-58-75-467' moving upward in your to check up on acc payments : 16th. Some welcome news reaches or Ervin ruled Tuesday
close contact every day. I solar scheme of things, which will and -collections in raer to you in regard to Ervin advised James I* Graham '
employmen
Yes, the day is at hand when Negro and white citizens TAURIS bring better chances for bringingyour protect your own best interests. home, or family matters on the Jr. attorney for the State
are beginning to realize that in order to clean out talents and projects to the Late April brings some challeng 7th. Assn. of Supervisors that under
our Born
public offices and elect men who will work for the welfare April 21 Through May 21 attention of others later in the ing experiences in relationshiipswith 0-55-57-53-4fiS the new September primaries,

of the people and the community, we will have to do it as In judging matters concerned season. Do not begrude any need neighbors, kin, or fellow employees the registration books must be
one group-not white voters and or colored voters-but with your finances and personal to backtrack or review mattersnow. Endeavor to take the closed from 5 p.m. Aug. 10 to
as
Jacksonville Citizens. belongings, the planet Mercury You gain much by a reeval- right path in coping with any PISCES 9 p.m. Nov. 10.

Remember these, names. They are the men who voted is carefully considered. This uation and a better organizing of coplications. or upsetting circum Do not let elements of su spt- Citizens will not be able to
6-2 to deny applications to grant cab franchises. month there are many good your interests under current as- stances. cion fear or jealously make yoi register for the general election
mesas C. / .wwww.. aspects to it, particularly on the pects. The 29th favors timelv. 3-10-88-12-8G-210 hard unfeeling in your handlIng in November unless they havequa.Ii1f'd
Elbert H. 2nd.. You can:. therefore_, nnnrnaoh.. .. .. fortunate of people important in
Hendricks. -- ---- dealings. your life to vote in their party
James M. Peeler. this period with the confidence 8-70-44-68-42-874 CAPRICORN Good aspects of Saturn on the primaries.

Robert R. Roberts. that you will be able to resolve LIBRA Born Dec. 21 Through Jan. 20 20th, and particularly the 29tf The first primary election Is :
Lemuel Sharp. monetary difficulties if you make. Born will help you take a matureview scheduled
September 24 Thru Oct 23 The impact of friends for Sept. 9 which
upon
Ralph N. Waller. an effort to do so. However since However there will be a rather you and your affairs can be of matters. These dates favor means that the books must '
' Also Mercury is in your twelfth solar negative transit timely contacts, moves, and close I
remember this name-He did not vote. house bringing you rather beneficial when good influences on Aug. 10.
throughout most readjustments
of the that
Cecil F. Lowe. some problems in this connection of Saturn are in effecton will forward The second primary win beheld
and
month retrograde, your deepest
the resolving through dealings with oth- aims. on Sept. 30.LET'S .
The money the 1st 15th, and 29th. There I
two dissenters of fiscal matters 6-5083-48-81-653
were: may re ers and tax estate
or matters is, however, a
sharp in
John P. quire quit6 a bit of i change -
backtrackingand
King. the I
23rd
on 26th or 30th. Resolve this picture that can adversely
J. Marvin Sweat.Do's 7.40-66-S8-64.748, attention to many details. i. now to avoid 'allowing allusions affect your pocketbook or belongings .
or deceptive influences to around the 30th which'you GET TOGETHER .1.1MEN
draw you into conditions that can should carefully watch. This

GEMINI .result in loss or financial com period of the year Is not good & WOMEN WANTED II'
And Don'ts Born May 22 Through Jane 21 plications. Heed the sound advice for being drawn into impracticalor
With the help of these three of partners near the 15th. other projects with others. To Become Part Of A Strong Organization

D planetary forces, you should be 5.30.2228.21,531SCORPIO i You should keep your sights ele- That Will Work For
I vated to what is Progrew
able to advance really best for
_......__ your relation- ,
,. n'" and
r scups wan people around you your personal martial interests -0-- i

'r C with loved, ones, and with those or present alliances with- ARE YOU I
k who may In any way influence Born Oct. 24 Through Nov. 22 out encouraging any change of INTERESTED?
oMc'v T_. your future or distant interests. Look out for possible errorsin pace on the spur of the aount IF SO. FILL IN THE BLANK BELOW
These dates should therefore be money dealings with others or 1-80-22-27-21-182( j Ij I I
t the handling of your own finances MAIL TO DUVAL
0 your most fortunate for pursuing CIVIC LEAUGE I
heart's desires, dealing with loved around the 15th and 17th, when AQUARIUS 2823 MONCRIEF BOAD

Jt ones, or taking up new hobbies. there is a strong tendency to. There seems to be some need
wards extravagance or misjudgment for
950.334831.951CANCER rearranging books and papers
I df values. You will also have during this interval, and you YES: I WANT PROGRESS

to be cautious along these lines tenefit by going over records Register Me As A Member Of

Born June 22 Through July %SIt during the end of the month. letters, or papers that have accumulated '

I would be a mistake for you i Transits encourage mistakes that, .. I' ? are tempted to THE DUVAL CIVIC LEAGUE
te Join in on any risky or extravagant are created by emotional reactions dispose of some of these things
'1 r : financial program, and sympathy for others. around midmonth, be cartful that Which Win
Campaign for
particularly if mid-month brings They can, however disrupt your ;you do not burn or throw away
Better Streets
you any temptation In this re- Drainage Facilities:
gard. Jupiter's present position I GET'YOUR HOROSCOPE READING FOR 1957 Negro Firemen Civil Service'Job

Is very helpful In strengthening Use this coupon. Learn more about yourself. Send 10 cents (one Equal Job Opportunities
your basic security and In helping i dime ta cob) for each horoscope ordered by malL Include self Negro Doctors At Medical Center:

vr you deal with family, property addressed, stamped mnI pe. Write plainly. Tils offer does not apply Better Treatment In Star
or local affairs In a wise and just to residents' of the!l1ftfttfftf__ ofPABLO Oatmda.ri.r A Negro YMCA BuUdl

manner. Give'careful attention to r ....r.ra. .. rira sari General Community Improvement
events and contacts along these FORm STAR ASTROLOGER "I I am Interested
r lines: that come your way wh a P. O. BOX 561." I la knowing some of tie ether belra..

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I Club Barons Formal/ One Of_ Season's Gay Events I PERFORMS



TO BE REPEATED



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;a 4g : : Dad's Club
y; yy v \S:: of New Stan-
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'{' V a.3f .gFiaH''iQf: 'Xj"I:!, '' ton High School
are planning
\ i REPEAT
PERFORMANCE
of
the Big. Broadcast that was an
k overwhelming success last Monday -

night. A capacity filled auditorium :
were greatly enthused
over the performers
appearing
7 on program.

... Many of the fine performers
( i.; i will
# .r again appear on the show
t, to be:
presented Tuesday, Apr
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+ 29 at 8
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Again
:" appearing on the show.
';';' : will be The Five Knightsm The
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a piano
,4"" : > .: duet featuring Dorothy
:: : EOr rOugh andKatura
4i5? ::., ..7.. ; Stationers Band, The Bevel Revelons, The

t .. {:..., The Bongo ,

4 I ::4 IlL .. ,: N Singers Tho Dancers Vagabons The, The Calypso Five
,.: Stars
%94i ;;' 1LI The Esrosawitani, The 4
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f' .: r' Five Dreams, The
Bobby Soxens.

;: j T I i 1' ? The dividual VJay's and the Cello's In-
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Tr)1ngto get to show our readers the miny who attended, our photographer got this .kyae2. *_ of James Tayson, Barotone.

group together. Seated from Left are 1\1'8. Eugenia! D. Bazzell: Mrs Sarah Seymour, Mrs. James Hall, Tenor and the
I The success of the formal dance given by the Barons Club recently can readily be seen
Evelyn B. Wells, 1'IN. Mary Jones. Standing are William Wells, Dr. E. II. Washington, Mrs.Vashlngton dancers of the Greta Gertie dance
in the pictures captured by THE STAB'S photographer.
\ Mrs. L. G. Child, Dr. L. G. Child and Otha Wooten. school, featuring "Bop Daddy and
Seen...here are two husband-wife teams, attending the affair. They are, Mr.. and Mrs. A. F. : Voncil Stukes.

Lewis and Mr. and Mrs Joseph Simmon Mr
4 a _. _.....,..., emcee Johnny the Shaw will again
i : .. ----- ----- -- ---; /y program and the tal-

: ii: E -' :lw : :StS'. tented ,Yvonne and Marie Daniel.Adams Th resaMackey will

,
r again appear as guest on the
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..aw +f FEDERATED CIRCLE

PRESENTS SPRING

FLOWER SHOW MAY
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The Federated Garden Circle's

Spring Flower Show will be held

'. in the Darnell Cookman Elementary .
School, May 3-4.
The theme for the setting will

:: j' be "Exploring with Flowers".
E1"H The Flower Show committees are:

Mrs George W. Morrissette, presi
dent; Mrs. Edward Pugh, chair.

M ""h%,a. '. man; Mrs. Bessie K. Johnson, co
chairman; Mrs. Gertrude Moore,
r x'\ secretary and Mrs Annie Li. Cart
wright, advisor.
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II Stopping before the band stand to chat were WUla Wright, Edwin Matthews, Mrs. I Meeting of new and, old friends could be seen throughout the evening as was with thls Mrs.The Julia committee Burwell chairman Mrs. John are:
;
Litho Wilson, Miss Ethel D. Hamilton. group. Seated are MrsOtis Speights, Mrs. Albert ''Brinkley, Mrs. Samuel M 0 n roe. Standing Rowe, Mrs Lottie Gilbert Mrs.

\ from left are: George Payne, Albert Brinkley, James Brown of New York, George Bullet, Fred A. Dixon Mrs. Neola Bess, '
Mrs.. Mildred Pearson and Otis Speights. Mrs. G. W. Morrtsette.

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: TALLAHASSEE FloridaA 1 Why should your hair :.
& M University will hold its

., .. regular sic and nine week sum-
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4 : ,
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S. : 4 old and ?
mer sessions this year. The six say you're gray?

week session begins June 14 to eO
July 25 and the nine week ses-
a rL' .C'
sion zbegins from June 14 to Au-

gust 9.Dean.

: J i Efferson had this to say '
about the aims of the special ses- + r4d

ii Ie.6 sions. "Each summer Florida Agriculture -

and Mechanical Univer-i ,
iiy conducts several programs in j
7'4 Y which eligible persons may reg- '

r.ler and particpate. These are t
t
usually very" stimulating, giving i if
participants opportunities to

broaden their perspective by ex
'changing views and open discussion h'I .
and contacts with some

of the leading1 authorities in their .
specific fields. Some credit .y
., .;, carry ,
*
and some do not.
Among some of the party goers enjoying the affair are: seated Emily Watson, Elizabeth

I Wowing Mrs. C. C. Jenkins Mrs. Cellstlne Y. Combs. Standing, Dr. J. C. Dowtog, LIBRARIANS HOLD .,

Ralph Maulsby, Alfred HarrelL ,
ANNUAL 'MEETING

The Florida Librarians met
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r April 24-26 at Northwestern High

School Miami Florida as a sec- "
tion of the Florida State Teachers : : '
F :
Association annual meeting.
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the theme for discussion in Yo. ;...4_
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keeping with the convention's

.1 Era.theme" "Challenge of the New .. Look younger look lovelier .! rr

,, At the Librarians meeting the

__ group organized as a permanent Forget those "gray hair" heartaches! model (like the one shown here) '
,1 section of the Florida State I Godefroy's Larieuse Hair Coloring can you'll be prouder of your hair when

\ :i : Teachers Association. give your hair young-looking, lovely. you choose Godefro( Larieuse! It's

L I looking color right away .gloving the famous brand In the red box, JET
I rge 20.EJmer. lustrous color that lasts and lasts! known for its dependability for more !lilt K

r} ..r... Mitchell, 644 N. Lincoln than 50 yeari. Get it at your favorite
*Court, age 32 and Juanita Green And take a tip from professional cosmetic counter today!

: 644 N. Lincoln Court, age 30 +..- ...
James Washington* 1635 Davis
St. age 36 and Cora Lee Barnes
1351 Johnson st., age 24.

Edward Fulton, 52 Jesse .51..1
age 29 and Vera Lee Mitchell 751
A few of the lovely ladles attending the dance' ''posEd In this group for our photog are:
III Lafayette St., age 23.
Dorothy Wilson, Grace Sykes Mary L. B. Miller, Ruth Thomas, Virginia Stone. t Booker T. English, 711 W. Du-

val St., age 36 and Evelyn. #
.I Bobby -Hoffman, 336th Street 19. Brown, 70JTW. Duval St., age 33.
Wedding BellsAPPLICATIONS South. Jax. Beach, Florida age Lonnie Sims, 813 Market St., Robert Eugene Brotious, 7113 cT u p

23 and Alma Lee Harvey 509 1st' age 28 and Shirley Davis 617 W Clark ;4524 French St. age 23. 1 1rl lifl i 1

Ave. South lax Beach Florida, Church St. age 21. Wendy Circle, age 25 and Ruth
FOR
MARRIAGE LICENSES age. 22. James Tompkins Jr., 1131 W. Charles R. Wilcox, Jr., 1806 I. Sfcawpop fcair IfcorovflMy.As 2. Apply Godfrey's lorfwM 3. After color bat dewloped,
James Mason, 1493 Grothe St, :5th St., age 23 and Gloria Jean McCoys Blvd., age 24 and Jeannette It dries,..!xGod.frvy'ilari. M 'with band/applicator fadv&d tfcampob lair agora end. wf III.GI *
age* 46 and Rosa Lee D nchan. Heldt 1107 W. 5th St. age 17. Beaton 1513 Fla. Ave., age dr.ctsd in podtaa your:avorif*jtyto.OODIPROY -

Willie B. Dawson, 795 N, Lincoln 1923 W. 9th St. age 30. Bobby Eady 1117 Ardella St. 21. .. MANUFACTURING CO. 3OIO OLIVE STRUT AT. LOUIO 3,. MO.
Court, age 27'-aad RuthIe.Mae John Washington Jr. 1503 W. Atlantic Beach, Fla. age 20 and Fred Scott, 1059 W. Union St. .. 'S. .

Cooper, 1556 McConihe St. 24th St. age 19 and CatherineRobinson Bell Josephine Freeman, 3029 age 38 and Virginia Williams. ',. '
; age 27. > ,. 1441 Cleveland St, age Stanley Rd. Atlantic Beach Fla., 1061 W. Union St;- age 3'.c. .- '. F FFL09IDA
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I Mount. : Zion -AME Plans Panel l" DiscussionI ; ; 1



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MT. ZION CHURCH SHILOH DISTRICTS MUSIC FESTIVAL CHURCH GROUPTO

OKGAIN1Z.ES SOCIETY CLOSE CONTESTA I


%/I// fly A Missionary Society-r was calendar Baby Show will be PLANNEDFORNEWBETHEL I HOLD PANEDISCUSSION

of
sponsored by the districts
/ / ry 'a's organized by the women of MLZIon
Shiloh Baptist Church. April 27
AME ChurcSi recently.
y"
:r s ki W in the audionum of the church
Officers elected were: Mrs. I
N 4s 3 A will be
at p.m. program
,Mrs. Amanda
E. Harris, president;
presented preceding the baby
Anderatn. first vice pres-
'r' ident; .Mrs. Susie :,Moffitt. Mrs show with local artists partici Choir 2 of New Bethel APSE A panel discussion will be

> F. -0 i .A Audrey Brown, corresponding pating. Church will sponsor the second held in the Mt. Zion AME Church

v'p ,Pt* fHX ecretary; Mrs Vernell Taylor, Music will be furnished by showing of Dr. C. S. Williams' Sunday at 6 pjn. "How Can A
Choir 2 of the Central C M E of Education Be
s 5 w .u Statical secretary; Mrs. J. I* production of "The Gospel Music Program Family
Church and Elder J. E. Williamsof Festival" on April 27 at 3 p.m. Intergrated Into Our Everyday
Pivis, ctuplain; Mrs. Mary Jack- the Church of God in Christ Proceeds will go' to the building Christian Living," will be the
son, treasurer; Mrs. Anita Pauline will be the for for discussion.
itji special guest fund of the church. topic
and Mrs. Ellophine
reporter; the occasion. Mrs. Viney W. Ford Choirs slated to participate in Edwin Lawson will serve as

Hayward: chairman of Christian' will serve aa narrator and Miss the musical presentation includes: moderator for the panel and

guidance. Barbara Robinson will serve as Choir 3 of Second Baptist Church. members of the church and in-
v r Mrs. M. Smith, chairman of mistress of ceremonies for the Choir 2 of New Bethel AME vii ed guests will appear on the

L membership recruitment and Mrs. affair Church and Choir 2 of Mt. Calvary program.
Aletha Hogt( ; chairman of Bene- I
Church.
volent fund.ANNIVERSARY. Baptist Panelists for the occasion are:
Among the soloists to be pre
CHURCH LEAGUE Nathaniel Davis Mrs. Dennis
iT i sented are: Mrs. Josephine E. Stewart Summer G. Wiles, Mrs
TO PRESENTS FASHION Erown, Robert (Singing) Sam Nathaniel Davis. Chester Cow-
t l f.f1 Aaron Jackson, Mrs. Mercedes
REVUE MONDAYA. C.
BE CELEBRATED art, Mrs. John Rutledge, Sandra
i Wesley. Mrs. Bessie Thomas andP.
Wilson and Herbert Williams.
J. Williams.
I The Biven Specials will cele- "Mickey Mouse Fashion Family groups will be repre-
Instrumentalists Mrs. Dorothy
Itevue", will be presented by are' : -sented on the program by Mr.
brate their: second anniversaryin Woods, Cecil B. Fisher and
the ACE League of Grant Me- and Mrs. Frank Roberts and
Concluding Youth Week" at Sfcond.a.ptl.. t Church last Sunday, April 20, Rev E. 1L the Elks auditorium. May 4, Mrs. Rosa Lee Glass.
morial AME Church, April 28 daughter.
Howell, pastor In seen presenting the key to the church to the Youth Pastor Arthur Mc- at 8:30 p.m. I at 8 p.m. in the church. service will be conducted
Fadden symbolizing church leadership entrusted the youth of the church during the week. An invitation has been extendedto GUEST PASTOR Worship -
Other church officers offering congradul1.ton.'i to tho young pastor are: Mrs Alean W. all singing groups'of the city All fashions and styles including by 1Ii8.Loretta Jenkins
the "new look' will be shown. CONDUCTS SERVICESThe ,and Mrs. Cornelius'Smith.. Miss
Tarver, Atrus Flemmings, A. Heard and Mrs. Ruby Morrisett. (Sherard Photo) I to attend the occasion.
.1 Some of the city's professionalswill Anette Cunningham. :Miss Winne-

be wearing the latest sack Rev. I. D. Hinson pastorof fred Small and Miss Delphine
NEW HOFE HOLDS KINLAW CHURCH TO and chemise Including Miss Jo Grant Memorial AME Church Thomas will serve as hostessesfor

MUSIC FESTIVALMrs. HOLD FESTIVAL Ann Croons, a graduate model and members will conduct services the occasion.
of the Bon Von Model School.. in the New Bethel AME Mrs. E. T. Tutson presidentof

Queen McKnight and Mrs. Mrs. Mildred C. Hall president Church. Apr 27 at 12 o'clock. the Mary F. Handy Mission-
GA. A has extended an invitation to Choirs 1. 2, 3 and 4 have been ary Society has extended Invitations -
ST MARYS Gospel
Thelma Shoots will be featuredin
CHURCH NEWSFIRST the public to come out"and see asked to serve during the serv- to the public to attend
Singing Festival will be held in
Gospel Musical Festival,
a
the latest spring attire. i<..t:. the panel discussion.
Sunday: in the New Hope AME the Church of Gpd in Unity at
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Church :.t 7 p.m. Mrs. Eartha I Kinlaw at 8 p.m.. Sunday and

Harper ,"/:!' be the accompanist.Miss Elder. G. Hughes will be the

Arnett Counts, Miss speaker for the event.Evangelist I MAIN FAMILY MAIN
FIRST BAPTIST CHURCH FIRST CORINTH BAPTIST AT R&S AT
Ester Drayton Miss Nancy Lambert will serveas
TO SPEAK : CHURCH PRESENTS GOSPEL
PASTOR
Fleming Miss Alfredo McKnightand BAY STREET SHOE STORE BAY STREET
the master of ceremonies.A SINGERS IN RECITALIn
Miss :Mary Windley will Rev J. C. Sams, pastor of First
serve as hostesses for the even- talent program will be presented Baptist Church and president of an effort to aid the beautification -

lag. by the Southeast Georgia the. Progressive Baptist State drive for the First SPECIAL REGUAR $2.49WOMEN'S SPECIAL

The program is being spon Youth Assn., May 2 at Selden Convention, will be the speakerfor Corinth Baptist Church a pro- CHILDREN TENNIS OXFORDS
the District Ushers Union, has been arranged throughout 2-EYE TIES
gram
bored by Mrs. Geraldine Hilton. Park in Brunswick at 8:30: p.m.
auxiliary to the East Florida and the week beginning April 21.
$100
Bethany Baptist Assn. fourth an. On April 25 the Victory Gospel

nual Florida ,Normal! Day program Singers will be presented in a $144

LILLY'S DRUG STORE which will be held April recital at 8:30: pjn. and April

27 at 3 p.m. in the First Baptist 27 Family and Friends day will
1907 Kings Road at Spires Church. terminate the drive.
I
Choir 3 of the church will
J JIXIW tiff"
erne and the choir of St. Luke
Where Experienced a
Eaptist Church will render several ; BETHANY BAPTIST MALE
3hannacists Prepare >, selections. I I CHORUS TO OBSERVE KED LIMITED ,,
> Your Ac-
Prescription BLUE
p, Qa' .: The Revs. W. M. Hall, mod- ANNIVERSARYThe QUANITYSaturday
doctor'snstructlons -gyx
ording to ,
i your erator of the association and H. Male Chorus of Bethany Saurday Monday Monday Only
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d. Using
H. Robinson, vice. moderator will Baptist Church will observe its I
.'
,. DIy the best quality
.irugs. appear on the program. first anniversary, April 27 at 3 get

: p.m. in the church.A .

program will be rendered and
Dr. C. E. Black Pharmacists Dr. \". J. Graham
SUNSHINE SPIRITUAL choirs will
various choruses and

-:- -:- -:- CHURCH TO SPONSOR appear on the! program. Lo Lo s

SPIRITUAL TEAA The pastor and congregationwill
A COMPLETE LINE OF: Spiritual Tea will be spon- worship in Bethlehem Bap- ,
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Cosmetics .:. Rubber Goods .:- Candies -:- Sundries sored by the Sunshine Spiritual tist Church April 29. r\ "
Church Center May 4 in the homeof
I PRESCRIPTIONS CALLED FOR AND DELIVERED
Mrs. Bury D. Williams, 1315 "
'Y. Union St., from 4 to 6 p.m.
SAINT JOHN ELECTS "

SHOP AT DAVIS. FOR MEN'S DAY OFFICERS -

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i The men of St. 'John Baptist B / I
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"PHILCO DAY" SALE! Church elected "officers-tor their ,"-
annual, Men' Day celebration, recently % ,


The officers .ore: Joseph Alex- %% .

ander Sr., general chairman; \ \ : ,,

wll'iliIzSLENDER Calvin Forehand, co-chairman: ;

Thomas Barrington, secretary; ) ,I:7'\:

Henry Watson, treasurer; Isa- ,

NANONWOf SALE SALE ; and chairman Charles D. Brooks, finance Only -


Charles Forehand, publicity

.PHILCO SET chairman; Joseph J. Nixon sponsor -
chairman; Walter Darrow "
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TABLE TV ; dt chairman of the .committee; and L V WHITE,

Rev. Arthus James Hughes, music $199 FLATS

"ss chairman.The .

., senior captains are: Na- WEDGIESFABRICS

thaniel Farley, Oliver Baker, 1
Calvin FrehandJames Thompson,
W. E. Williams Joseph J. Nixon. Many FLATS

Thomas Barrington Jr., David Other

$1 0 Holmes and George Gaffney.The Styles To RED, BLUE, BLACK

junior captains are IsaacN. I Choose From ._ Sizes 4 to 10 I
n+iuo iaoo xa : Carnes Jr., Thomas Barrington 1

$199.95 Jr., Robert Ray Jr., Robert
PHIltO 4221 VALUE Mervin and Leroy Mervin. - - -.r..r. r -


$10.00 21' overall DELIVERS Del-Iv-ers including : Coupon SALE Of Children SANDALS 1
diagonal
measurement Df.d Nt.II. Worth $u.oo 1
_. sq. in. viewable FOUNDER'S DAY TO I
.. area.Top level tuning tcrd CabUtl Worth $25.00 1 Saturday and Monday Only i
Mahogany finish wood BE OBSERVED ATARKANSAS 1
cabinet I
159.95
COLLEGE .

WE DO OUR OWN FINANCING I 1 -s. $137 1 1

Arkansas A, 1L, & N. Collegewill : wmi COUPON 1


I I OPEN MONDAYS AND FRIDAYS 'TIL 9 P. M t. JjCO. I Dr.Founder's Rufus celebrate"Day Clement on its,April President eighty-fifth 27 .with of I I ONLY 1 I If I


Atlanta University as Founders f I ., o ; CLIP THIS COUPON 1 I I II

Day speaker.The RED .And Bring It With You 1

renaming of the campus ., I BROWN Nona Sold At This 1
DAVES fURNITURE buildings after college benefactors SIZES Price Without Coupon 1

of early decades, and In recognition I 5 to S I

of living persons who _ _ r _ J
135 BROAD STREET ELgin 3-5791 JACKSONVILLE. FLA.. bave figured prominently In the ..1
college affairs Win De the highlight -
STREET
R&S FAMILY SHOE STORE MAIN AT BAY
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CLUB CELEBRATES24th Lewb Branch TWCA.. 582 W.' 'Hughes, and serving a* miitreaa ;
Eight: Street. j'- of ceremonies will be Mrs .NanemBrett. : I
ANNIVERSARY ,, ., .
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Some of tfae participants to appear ; r SOCIALLY I Iwith
Hostesses are Mss Ann Paul, SPEAKING
Mrs Naomi
The Elevator Ladies Clubwill on program are: 1
Mrs. Ernestine Smith, Mr*. Leila
celebrate its 24th anniversary, Ware Mrs. Mary W Levey, Mrs.
Morris MLa K. F. Sams and MasOarrie
April 28 at 8 p.m. at the A. I*. Minnie Banks,, and Kiu. Lenora
Alexander.. Hoaor-guards 'were"'Mrs,*WiLaer-DorrelL-Mrs! .::OraLL.. ..
Mclverv Mrs. Elisabeth West. Mrs. Leola L. Powell and
LOUISE G. GUINYARDLast
CHURCH YOUTHS Mrs. Evenlina Morgan all members of Zeta Amlcae, an

The SEAFOOD Center GIVE ANNUAL TEA week The Barons proved quite successfully that it auxiliary of Zeta Phi Beta Sorority
Is not the time nor the season but the entertaining feature The Jefferson Street home of Dr. and Mrs. W. W.v:
The Baptist Young People'sUnion hat does most towards producing a pleasant atmospherefor Schell, Jr. was the scene of a farewell party honoring Sheldon -;
CORNER MYRTLE AVENUE AND ADAMS of First Baptist Church a formal dance. Their presentation of vocalist Dinah W. Cole, held last Saturday evening.
will sponsor its annual tea, April Washington and ,her band at their annual formal, held Mr. Cole has accepted an appointment to organize and
BARGAIN BASEMENT 27 in the educational building
from 4 to 6 Thursday evening in: the beautifully decorated Palms. was educational program along the lines of Industrial Arts in
BLUEFISH. Small pm.Women'a a real treat for fun-loving socialites Kumba. Nigeria West Africa.
,
Day will be observed
Medium MULLET It was amusing to note the number of guests arriving before Among
Lbl25 May 25. throughout the day Mrs guests present were Mr. and Mrs. Dennis T.
Blue Ocean BREAM C Lucinda Jackson is the general: the scheduled hour of the affair (some as early as 9:30: Stewart: Mr. and Mrs James P. Schell Mr. and Mrs. Robert
)-m.). It has been the custom to the from Lee Brown Mr.
Shrimp Boat WHITING Lb. chairman and Mrs Arbelle Glan- appear on scene : and Mrs Andrew A. Robinson: Mrs.

BLACK SEA BASS ____...__._. Lb. 29c der is co-chairman. fifteen to hirty minutes after the affair begins Leola L. Powell: Miss Annie Bell MInatee; Mrs. EvelynL.
.m.m. u The Baronet. radiant in an assortment of spring formals Hughes: Julian Walton: William Weathersbee: Mr. and
SHEEPSHEADFreeh ___________ __ Lb. 29c
mnn. -- m.u.
Water Perch ______ __ __ __ .__ Lb. 29c REV. H. OOBB ASKS occupied a reserved table while their companions play- Mrs. L. Porter Green: Mr. and Mrs. James Bailey: JosephC.
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VIRGINIA CROAKERS ___.____ Lb. 29c Are you worried ever money
We apologize for our inability to adequately describethe Camilla Thompson: Otha Wooden; Forest C. Murphy: and
matters strange unnatural evil
Fla. Lobster TAILS __ .__...___m___ _. Lb. $1.25 influence? Do fail in many gorgeous gowns we saw except to say they were Charlie WilUa"LThe
you your "
Frozen Maine LOBSTERS Each $1.25 Are sick "out of this world. menu consisted of roast ham, potato salad, clam
undertaking. unhappy
Medium SHRIMP for boiling _________ Lb. 89c in love. Do not you allow these Club Baron's officers and membership roster is com dip hors d'ouevres, and beverages.The .
RED SNAPPER Medium Size Lb. 59c bad conditions to continue when posed of. Matthew George, president: Joseph Pauline, viceresident honor guest was formerly employed in the Duval
Fresh Water CATFISH __ Lb. 49c > ; Willie White, recording secretary: Cril Anderson County School System.
there is rest for troubled .
your . .
RED BASS ...- _.._um____. Lb. 35c mind. Write me today. It will assistant recording secretary: Oscar Fletcher; financial
SNAPPER STEAK u.---u_________ Lb. 59c be the,answer to your prayers. secretary: Nathaniel Dudley, treasurer RQbert Singleton, Another farewell party was held last Friday eveningat
Send $2 donation with problems. chaplain; William Shellman business manager: James the El Dorado Club, sponsored by the Jacksonville
FREE PARKING REAR AND SIDE \au also will receive my blessingin Hammond, sergeant-at-arms: Albert Brinkley: James R. Alumni Chapter of Kappa Alpha Psi Fraternity and honor-
Turner: James Burris: Herbert C. Wingate: Eddie E. Copeland -
Numbers. Send your birth ing James Williams, Keeper Records for the group. whois
: Cato B. Corbertt: P. J. Jenkins A. M. Lewis: George
THE SEAFOOD CENTERMyrtle date. REV. H. COBB. P. O. Box I leaving soon to join the U. S. Air Force.
S. McClellon T. R. Wilson and Rhubin L. Butler.
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307, Dept. S, Edwardville, Kan- . The farewell event was held jointly with the chapter's
Avenue and .Adam Phone El 4-1468 sas.At installation party. The officers were installed earlier in
Thirty-eight young debs bowed to society last Friday evening privacy in the home of Longineu Parson, Polemarch, 2055
I in the Duval County Armory, sponsored by the Zeta Mt. Herman Street.
Fhi Beta Sorority- The event marked Zeta's Third Bi- Music was furnished by a local combo and a wonderful -
last..a 1 safe '- ennizl Junior Cotillion.A time was had by all who attended.
feature attraction of the Cotillion was the crowningof . .

Gloria Dean Daise as "Miss Blue Revue." Miss Daise Dr. George W- Gore Jr., Presiden of Florida A & M

( 1 was sponsored, Mrs. Alveta S. Allen, and Mrs. Naomle University Tallahassee was the principal speaker at the
SccculCpScientifically( rd Bailey, both Zeta Sorors. installation banquet for the Jacksonville Florida A & M
The runner up for the "Miss Blue Reveu" title, Joan University Alumni Association held last Saturday evem-.
PowelL was sponsored. by Mrs. Lucille ,G. Coleman also fag at the El Dorado. He was accompanied by his charming .
Zeta Soror.DOUGLAS wife, Mrs. Pearl Gore.
a . .
Chester Cowart performed the ceremony which officially
placed the 1958 officers. Installed were Claude O. HU-

ANDERSON TEA SPONSOREDBY Bard president WilliamAdams, vice president: Miss Evelyn
Boddison secretary: Mrs. Mildred McCoy assistant secretary
% INTERMEDIATES TO SOCIAL CLUBA : Tolbert Jackson treasurer:: Rudolph Williams business .

.PRESENT OPERETTA manager:; and Mrs. Lucille 'G. Coleman, chairman of
Spring Tea will be sponsoredby the entertainment committee."

The Annual Spring Operetta of the Jolly Group Social and Also present a the banquet were Dr. and Mrs. UHm B.
aR B ( 7t koY: the Intermediates Department of Saving Club at the home of Mrs. Stewart of Edward Waters College and Dr. J. I. E. Scott.

,, t y'yyf'w ax > Douglas Anderson School will be Elizabeth Peeler. 1731 W. 5th Dr. Gore remained in Jacksonville through Sunday for
Y R a 1 r presented Wednesday evening Street, from 4 to 6 p.m the purpose of addressing the high school seniors in Duval
2 A has been
program arrangedand
.a a b. County
April 30 at 8 p.m. in the gym- invitations were extended to s .
torium.
ft W other clubs in the city. A guest We have news of a new bridge club organized recently -
This year's operetta,, entitled. prize will be given to the visit- The Modernettes- More news on this fine group after
"Snow White and the Seven nng club with the largest number their formal installation of officers, planned for the very
Dwarfs" is based on the weU of members present. near future.
known fairy tale of the same

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DIES OF BURNS AUTO ACCIDENTS .;;;" .j,: =..;: ; r.. ; ; ; : : !

CAUSED BY BLAST MOUNTING DAILY : : 1?! ::; :1; LET US BUILD

:. YOU A BEAUTIFUL Real Estate

OCALA Jessie Wright. 53- a 2 or 3 BEDROOM
The number of automobile accidents $
year-old man was burned to death that occur daily involving CONCRETE,BLOCKHOUSE LOANS .$ ,

today when a can of gasoline .-
$1,000 ",000
many local citizens are mount- We will lake a lot or your $2,000

apparently exploded in the bathroom ing.At house).1D trade. $4,000 up to $25,600

of his home. 2:35: ajn. April 16 Henry % LET US COMPLETE YOUR Payable $1.00 per mo. per hundred -

Wright, his clothing afire, ran James of Rt. 5 Box 535 told police < HOME THAT YOU HAVE ALREADY on unpaid balance at &%.

from the room and the flames he was forced to the pave- STARTED CASH Let us help you to complete

set fire to his wife's clothing. ment by another car in front tL14' WILL BE PAID FOB YOUR your house or refinance 88

He collapsed shortly afterward on of 4941 Main Street. James suffered t...:., LOTEASY TERMS years in the same place.
a bed and was dead when police lacerations of the chin and k Call -

and firemen arrived. left temple. FLA. SUN-SASH

Mrs. Wright's son, Eddie Mc- When two cars collided on New w : J. P. YOUNG

:Neil beat out the fire on his Kings Road and Red Poll Avenueat : -ii : CONST. CO.
Mr. Simmons or Mr. Walsh
mother and Wright. She was 7:30: p.m. April 15 two pedes- !+ l ': ?A r COMPLETE
HOMEIMPROVEMENTS Main and Monroe
taken to a hospital in critical trains received serious injuries.

condition from burns. Mary Lou Sikes, 38, of 7795 212 Masonic Temple Bldg.
7 W. 21st St.-Just off MAID Phone EL 5-8014
Firemen said moat of the dam- Hangford Drive suffered possible LL
;i ; : EL 54)777) EL 8-UlJ EL 6-5591
age was confined to the room fracture of the right shoulder and ____ __ _
where the explosion occurred. internal inuries. Rosa Hartley, 36, n
At a surprise birthday party givea her recently Mrs. Nancy Hawkins took time out from
also received a fracture of the
the festivities to take a picture wth her family who helped her celebrate. Shown above areCha.rl
left ankle and possible internal
Balkin-son-in-law, Mrs. Hawkins, Daniel C. Balkin.grand.son. Mr. J. B. Hawkins-husband
DOTS PUNCTUATE injuries.. Sammie Lee McCray, 17,
WASHABLE NECKWEAR 1030 Almeda Street, passenger Mrs.ter. Constance D. Balkin-daughter, Master Nathan Taylor-son, little Joyce L Emperator-d\ugh- WILSON & SONQuality

in the car that hit the pedestrains
Spring neckwear, which often Shoe Service
received abrasions of the head.
replaces a blouse for wear with STUDENT EDITOR FIRED .
dressmaker suits, depends upon The second car involved in the MRS NANCY HAWKINS HONOREDON -:-
washability for flattery and econ accident was owned by Ellis Rob- FOR EDITORIAL IN TIlE
DYEING AND REFINISHING
ert Keen of Callahan who told COLLEGE PUBLICATION
omy. Oblong scarves, pullthroughascots ORTHOPEDIC WORK
1957 officers that the car driven by STARKEVILLE. Miss.-L. E.
styles, are and lovely other only popular as longas Samuel Jenkins Williams 17, BIRTHDAY BY HER HUSBAND INVISIBLE SOLES

Negro, 2027 Hartridge Street had .:-
clean its wise to ,
they are so
Miller, a 20-year-old junior English ,
just passed him and then hit
choose such accessories for sudsa- Mrs. Nancy Hawkins was honored recently be her husband, withan 2935 Myrtle Avenue Telephone: ELgin 4-7025
sharply to the right to enter major and editor of the student -
bility as well as style. elaboratevsurj rise birthday party in the beautiful home of Mrs. Kenneth S. Wilson Mgr.
the side road. Williams upon newspaper at Mississippi :
Alice Conwayr'1288 Vest 28th Street .
seeing the pedestrains applied '
State College said he was fired -
Many guests'were on hand to
brakes and was hit from the rear
by the student council for writ. i greet the nonoree-1:escorted in by and music<*'were enjoyed throughout -
by the Callahan car. The Wil-
liams car carreened into .the ing an editorial demanding that I her husband, Mr. Hawking who the evening. You Don't Have to Go to Town to Get

pedestrains. students should hear both sides came in on the tempo of "Happy Guests present at the birthday
party were: Mr and Mrs. Theo-
TPOTHACHE Another pedestrain, Isaac Curry of the race issue. Birthday To You."
dore Hawkins, Mrs. Bernice Cald- LOW PRICES
63, of 803 Caroline Street re- The article supported studentsat A delightful turkey dinner was well, Mrs. Julia Bacon, Mrs.

ceived' a severe laceration of the Millsaps College in Jackson prepared and served by the cat'rest -. Lula Eugene Master Earl Sidney

left hand when struck by a pieceof who had previously expressed a ( Mr. Alex Stewart, Mr. ..J.W. Mr. and Mrs. Wayman Neal, DRUG STORE NEEDS
loose fender trim
on a pass- Mr. and Mrs. William' Green Sr.
desire to have a study group list- Thomas and Hubert Watson.
ing car near Madison Stree, and Mr. and Mrs. Arnete Griffin
OB/UML James Fitch was the driver of en to speakers presenting both The honoree received many Mrs. Lucill Clark, Mr.. and Mrs.' On Your

the car. view points on segragation. beautiful and useful gifts. GamesRICHER David Green, Mrs. Alice Jones, Trade With Your Neighborhood: Drug Store

Mr. and Mrs. Horace Johnson, i
WE WILL MEET ANY PRICES ADVERTISEDIN
Mr. and,Mrs. Willie F. Gordon,
Mr. Charles Jones, Mrs. Emma YOUR LOCAL PAPERS

Dennis, Mr. Lawrence Phillips,

Mrs. Anna McKnight, Mr. and

Mrs.Rosa Johnny Benjamin.Carter and Mrs. Dixie Pharmacy

Mambers of the family who
1302 KINGS ROAD at MYRTLE AVENUE
were present includes: Mr Charles
PHONES EL 3-5597-88
Balkin Mrs. Nancy Hawkins,
We Deliver We Also Fill All Doctors' Prescription
f honoree; Master Daniel C. Balkin, .

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/ D. Balkan, Master Nathan
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NV Nathaniel Taylor, husband of liquid.; On application with; a tooth brvth si
Mrs. Alice Taylor 24 of 604 W. swab do. i.. No pack. No m*... r
ANYONE CAN PUT IT ON AT HOME
18th Street became alarmed when YOU SAVE TIME AND MONEY! N. o..will ._
; I V'. he returned from work last Sun- poet your hair ha been dytct. Lama it toft xr
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and I..tro.o dtad color 'Hho.. Hj
V day at 3:45: p.m. aid found his -i"st j a uniform color if properly applied.); 4 % 4 V
Will NOT TURN HAIR REDDISH '
V V 'cV f wife still sleeping: just as she tl will nor rub off. It slays ea. ....orol .,ontks.Showp.oing .
V s was when he left for work at ..a bathing tvn, p.rmaMt wa*
t V tag, curling or itraishtcning iron, _thin; ,.,...*
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Sk He told police his wife got up All color star put.
and cooked his breakfast WONDERFUL FOR TOUCHING UP
and
YAM CM pat it e'jutt whore n........Can... (mod_...other. Jy.s w wliore
; went back to sleep. When he left powdered home*have boo*......WOMOM and ate***.E.w Donna to".._t.,..
a :a for work she was still asleep.He DOES NOT INTERFERE WITH PERMANENT WAVING
a said when he came home at Foil direction in each i''' in Engtith and ipaniik.CAUTION 1 :"U.e a*directed
; Block' Dark trown Medion Brown light Irown Drab
a* I.b.I.Glen: ; ; ; ;
3:45 p.m: and found his wife still Blonde; A..... Frica per bo. $2.50 ( <.. federal r..). Cot ..... ... et nowand
ova far f otarotot oroa e>. Yoar Mtmrf Bc* U Mot fntir/ SotitRed.DIXIE .
55 sleeping: he attempted to awaken

4J her and when he failed he called PHARMACYKings

for ambulance service and car-
Road and MyrtleYOU'LL
ried her to Duval Medical Cen-

$ ff ter, still unconscious.
a*
V : w.w Dr. W. W. Schell, Jr., gave her ENJOY EATINGAT

some tablets to cause her to rest

while undergoing treatment for

\ \ e\ the sleeping condition. Dr. Frank

Herrera treated Mrs. Taylor and DIXIE'SLUNCH
relieved the condition!

iiitG Mr. Taylor .said his wife had

been suffering with severe head- COUNTERAND

aches' arid thought she had taken

too many sleeping pills.

Sgts. F. A. Gruber and W. C.

Barber investigated. HOME MADE

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Carnation in the Bed and White Can after cup. Get Carnation in the bright red : Mrs. Mattle Bums, of 125
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V actually brings out richer coffee flavor than and white can today! Spruce Street told police she wentto CHICKEN.

::::. cream. It's the world's leading brand of evaporated Recipes on the labels, toot the home of James Flggg by
request to clean up his house,.
milk the double-rich milk with twice as Look for the wonderful tested and while she was there an ex-. $129

;.:" J much cream in every drop. Join the millions recipes on every Carnation girl friend Elizabeth Pitts or

who prefer the world's finest in their coffee.Fill label Your family will love them! Figgs, 33-34 of 133 Spruce 2 Ibs Broiled or Bar B-Q
Street came In and attacked her
.: your cream pitcher with Carnation,and enjoy with a knife. She said Elizabethtold

-- .' .. nchercoffeefavor-dehaousfullbodied-cu P her FIggs was her hushand.'Mrs. .

.J. Burns was carried to Du-

>1> val Medical Center for treatment Dixie Pharmacy

..J. of?facial lacerations, swollen eye

:J r .-J_ :& Worlds leading, brand of evaporated :milk! YTr and lacerated arm. from teeth .
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By C. Parham Johnson
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BASEBALL TEAMCHICAGO

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TUSKEGEE: INSTITUTE ALA.-Many of the nation's leading
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track and field athletes in colleges and high schools men and women -
Reese. fX3oose"
C. Parham Johnson c Tatum the famous basketball,. will compete in the 32nd annual Tuskegee Relays and the
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30th annual Women's Sports Day to be held] in the Alumni Bowl
PACIFIC COAST baseball season got underway between the celebrity who won internationalfame

San Francisco Giants and the Los Angeles Dodgers with both line- with the Harlem Globetrotters Ii Friday and Saturday May 2 and 3. ,

vps opening the season, with tan stars playing a major part. The has puchased the Detroit I The widely known Tuskegee relays -i

Giants opened with Willie Mays in centerfield, Willie Kirkland in carnival was inaugurated I
Stars baseball team of the Negro fro Prairie View State College
rightfield, Orlando Cepeda at first base and Valmey Thomas catch- American 22: years ago by Cleve L. Abbott I Texas Southern Southern
University
Ing. The Dodgers opened with Junior Gflllam in leftfield, Charley ___ League.
--I former director of athletics at
Neal at second brae and John Roseboro behind the plate. ; MS I Goose was one of the fanciest University. Dillard University
I Tuskegee.In Bishop College Tennessee State
BILL LUCAS, the hometown
x ? fielding first basemen in baseball
boy who sat the California League filled with perfect managers who with the the college division entries University, Savannah State Col.
7 Indianapolis Clowns be-
on fire last year dropped by the know just what to do and whento kt" fore have been sent in from every Itge Philander-Smith College ALbany
other day to see us, and we asked do It.JOlIN. joining the Globetrotters in '
I member of the Southern Confer- State College, Wiey College,
Bin about: that youngster 1938. The team will be knownas
with IVORY SMITH, who ence. The colleges are: Fisk University Alcorn College and Edward
Valda Pinson, up this year the Clowns also. The new
the Cincinnati Redlegs Bill went i struck out more than 300'batters owner will not participate as a Nashville; Lemoyne College Waters College.
in the minors last has
all out in paying tribute,to young I season Memphis; Lane College..
Pinson. He said Pinson was the been shipped to Havana of the player. High school entries received are:
International League the Cincinnati Jackson Tenn.; Knoxville College
falsest man he had ever seen. by The franchise was purchasedfrom Beach High, Savannah; Booker
Redlegs. Smith was sent Knoxville, Tenn.; Morehouse College -
That was the same remarks made iK t 9E a C Ted Rasberry for a reportedsum Washington. Atlanta, Miami and
to the Havana for more seasoning. Morris Brown College, Clark
by some of the major league EZZARD CHARLES former of 15000. Rasberry had pre- : Blakely Ga., Carver High, Atlanta -
scouts who clocked the young College Atlanta; Fort Valley
heavyweight boxing champion has viously disposed of the Detroit Jakin. Ga., Howard High
fellow to first base on a
going State College, Fort Valey, Ga.;
been slinging leather like a cham- Atlanta, Central Mobile.
drag bunt. BID set some records franchise to a group from Grand: South High
pion in his bid for a comeback. Caroina State College Atlanta and Newman, Ga., Dar-
himself before going into the Rapids, Michigan, in 1956, but
During his training period he has Orangeburg; 'Allen University,
Army. reclaimed it during the winter den High Opelika, Howard High,
been throwing punches like he Benedict College, Columbia; Florida
J. C. CAROLINE, the man who means business. The 36-year-old when they failed to meet their A & M University Tallahassee Chattanooga Cobb High Anniston

broke the long standing recordof champion looks like the man who financial obligations. and Tuskegee Institute High
; BethunaCookmen College,
Red Grange the "Gallopin banged away to win the champ- A SAD DAY It was a sad day for Monte Irvin when he received Ross C. Owen, manager of the
Detroit team
Thq was given Daytona Beach; Xavier University
Ghost" at Illinois U. in yardage ionship. the 'sad news that his baseball career was at an end. Irvin
i gained will run again. Carolinewas was one of the hardest working players in the business when he the name of Stars by the late New Orleans; Alabama A relays said activities will start

one of the National Football HURRICANE JACKSON, has was with the New York Giants under Leo Durocher. lie was one I John "Tenny" Blount when he & M College Normal; Alabama Friday morning, May 2, when the
started for comeback
training a ,
League's finest backs on defense the first since his knockout by of the three tan outfielders to make history in a World Series. I organized the team in 1920 as one State College Montgomery and women of the junior and senior

in 1956 and 1957 has been moved He teamed with Willie and Hank : division the two-day attrac-
Eddie Machen in ten rounds. "I Mays Thompson to form the of the original teams in the new Tuskegee Institute. open

from defense to offense by George work during spring exhibition: first and only tan trio to perform in the series. Irvin is shown In defunct Negro National League Entries have also been sent in tion.

Halas coach of the Chicago chen and I am getting readyto the picture as he was as a Giant. The great outfielder was forcedto which was established by the late
Bears. Halas, owner-coach of the retire from the when back in
fight both of them again" game an ailing refused to respond Andrew "Rube" Foster 1920. -
Bears was high in his praise of to treatment. Irvin will never play again. Tatum said he would have his
Hurrican said. The Hurricane was
Caroline as a defense halfback team in spring training at Birmingham -
seriously urged to give fighting
up -
tut he also believes J. C. will the Atlanta The afternoon I Ala.. by no ater than
for good after he was beatenso Stars. TilE JACKSONVILLE BRAVESlost
be just as good on offense. The where will NOW OPEN!
badly by Machen in their twin bill will mark the 29th unveiling the 1958 attendance trophyon Apnl28 they preparefor
terms of his 1958 contract were the Negro American League .
fights. He evidently hasn't had of the four-time Negro opening night but what a big
not disclosed. enough reason they had with no bus nor, season opener May 25, He also
American League champions. The said the team will be named the
cab colored
( ) service in
ORLANDO CEPEDA, the 20- operation. I
year old rookie first baseman of VADA PINSON, the 19-year-ol< Clowns will again feature their With an opening night crowd of I Detroit Clwns because he believesthe

the San Francisco Giants has already 5-11 outfielder of the Cincinnati fun show of King Tut, Natureboy 2611, it wasn't so bad at all with ,. name would attract more in-

been labeled the "Rookies Redlegs looks like a mighty little Willias Midget Bebop and man Simon Monday Galley One terest among the fans. He said
introduce to the
he would playersthe
of the Year" because of his Ed Hamman himself. opener was: "How will the transportation -
heavy fellow out there with his 170 ager best "shadow ball" of any
stick work and sensational tie-ups affect the base- PALMS
glove
pounds among al of those big MAURICE STOKES of the Cin- ball season?" -=*.. team in the country
can lick both Paterson and Mae
games and the early season op fellows but the fellow has tre- cinnati Royals professional ERNIE ,BANKS, the hard hit.

eners. Cepeda has been hitting mendous power at the plate and basketball team continues to remain ting shortstop of the Chicago
.' Cubs has given warning that he
one of the best throwing arms
like a veteran in mid season in a serious condition at
form. Cepeda is a long ball bitter in the majors. He can.scoot down St. Elizabeth Hospital. At one will be out for the home run Your OF JACKSONVILLEFORMERLY
leadership in 1958. He hit 13
transportation in the it is.
shape time it was believed by his doctors
Considering all things, that wasa that he was on the road to round tripplers during the spring LuckyNumbers ( THE 2-SPOT)
campaign to nine for Hank Aaron
LEWIS JOHNSON, a freshman mighty fine crowd. The one recovery but the idea was soon
from Bartow led the Florida A big question ''before the season's dismissed. Stokes Was admitted and eight for Willie Mays. What

&: M Rattlers in rushing and to first base in 3.3 seconds. Manager March 16, after collapsing on an will the results be in the regular

total offense during the 1957 football Birdie Tebetts said he is airplane while the team was returning season is the. one big question.The DANCING NIGHTLY I

season. Johnson had an aver- fully convinced the little fellow from Detroit. Physicianssay answer is: Wait and see.

ege of 13 yards per carry. doesn't need any more seasoning.He he is suffering from a sleep- SMOOTH SAILING UNTIL
Colors
,
Lucky Days Lucky
He carried the ball 48 times fora is ready for the majors right WE MEET AGAIN.
ing sickness. BY ASTROLOGYIn
net gain of 627 yards. now. Pinson gave a clear demon- ON STAGE ATTRACTION
THE BASEBALL SEASON has stration of what his manager Your WeeklyHOROSCOPE

started and the grandstands and said when he hit a grand slam GUIDE

perfect baseball players. It is homer last Friday April 18 I JONES GIVES 231 72 -- 20 39 -- 845 18 Send $2.00 for your Horoscope

there where the men are found THE INDIANAPOLIS CLOWNS..' Guide with lucky numbers -

who never made an error, never will get the 1958 baseball season 'f lucky days lucky colors. B. B. KINGAND

struck out never over ran a base underway at Ponce deLeon PAIGE CREDIT Watch This Clown Enclose a stamped envelope. I

Every game he pitched was a Park Atlanta, Georgia, Sunday

perfect game-no runs, no hits and April 27. The Clowns will playa -0-

no runner on base. The grand. double header against the Los 8 J&v 7
FOR HIS CURVE
bleachers will be filled with the Angeles Hawks the colored champions AND
6 t 4
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stands and bleachers will also be of the Pacific Coast and

3 ZODIAC
ST. LOUIS Sad Sam Jones ORCHESTRAADMISSION75cMONDAY

the righthander who pitched a 64-53-19 P. O. Box 732Jacksonville

DR. LEE MANDEL iiO-hitter for the Chicago Cubs 1, Fix"
,. 13 88 41 Thru THURSDAY90c
and later secured by the St. Louis
OPTOMETRIST Sometimes: he's up Name ....................... Friday Saturday. Sunday and Holidays
Cardinals is considered one of the

in the National Sometimes he's down ADDRESS: ...................
Announces The Opening Of His Offices leading pitchers He adds, subtracts

League gives the credit for his He works It aD around City. State .................. SAMMY DOUGLAS

AlA pitching ability to Leroy (Satchel Coming Attraction Birthday .................... Master Of Ceremonies

NEW. CONVENIENT LOCATION. ) Paige. 185 44 310 month it day

During one of his talkative SPECIAL I
128-A West Forsyth Street :-: Jacksonville Florida

moods Jones said in answer to SUNDAY 3:30 TO 6:30 P. M.
Office ELgIn 4-3988 -:- Residence FLanders 9-1809
a question on how he acquiredthe

i sweeping curve "I learned TEENAGE MATINEE
it from Satch when I was 18,

pitching for the Cleveland Buck-

ADMISSION ___ ._____.__.___" _._ -__- uuh____. 50c
I \J () eyes in the Negro league. Satch
j -Hf/t/i;: /rirtttttf was with the Kansas City Monarchs -
POSTIVIXY NO ADULTS
and a real nice fellow to

I us kids."
ii>titt* '- ..iiriion j I
Jones went on to tell the story

\si tsicir s vt of how Paige watched him one

day spinning a curve off the rar Aar w. COMING. NEXT WEEK

side of his fingers with his '
f 9'Nee
Our very liberal rem
earnings are com.poeaded Each account Is thumb sticking up, 'tt dead top- STARTING MONDAY APRIL 28 .

8 e m 1_ CURRENT RATE Insured up to off to batters. He said Paige ...

$10.000 b 7 them sopped him and showed him how
Annually on :: 01.
1/2 0Of Federal Savior to tuck his thumb away and
fats: this ,
ciation which Sav3 and Loan Insorwance come overhand with the curve. t Brown

chartered. sad Corporation The curve balling Sam Jones Nappy

perrlsea by the DIVIDEND authorized by SB is now 32-year-old and the Cards I ....itseu Or..... IThJLA
him to set the
act Congress. ere counting on
U. 8. GJTeramect.:
pace toward aother banner year .. ,AND HIS ORCHESTRA
,
J
and perhaps Ihe National League ,
'>.' '. _
pennant. ,
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.' ALf no-hitter' .pitchedagalast tt J ((1_ ....'J ::
: was' : -' :,
the..Rttjimrgn'_PlriQ i CATOTvisrrE
r ,
I 1055,while. pitching ter .the.Cobs; : CHEF;

l teaohtr,., Leroy,}, "Batcher .. ;

J 'F#kI .. pHeMBc j>..S tbq t"a .w AT TI RISi DDMOTOOETT '

:.. VfcrtNsiof of tfcd later.

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FageESgfet _- : .+ ""S.f THE- >.L'ITD' Week Endiag Salid+1'. April 26. .
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.xt JANYCFS. EYE OPERATION_ NEM& I JJfONAY (I ). GIVES--, --CONCERTS -- -?_ -. ; IffiSURPLUS


Isaiah ,Blocker f Concert ...... .. '
FUNDS STILL NEEDED TO BUY EYELittle HOME; 1and'win be presented In a concert :- '
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by the physical education -I" .$1.00 LAY-A-WAY SPECIAL! "' I
department of Oakland Elementary

Janyce Hughes, the little Eastside girl who has BY TEEN! AGERS m. in School the Oakland May 12 school Tit 10:30 audi a. ..,

almost completely lost her eyesight, left Thursday morn- torium. '

ing for Miami to enter Mt. Sinai for treatment prepara- The band was organized in 19- HOUSE PAINT

tory to transplanting a new eye. ,- R. Solomonand
55 by Miss Norma
An eye surgeon Is being flown i t Major Hard 'ek; 53, of 246 the band recently attended Regular $5.95 Value I\l
I "'
fromNew York to perform the ;: May Street .old'police he was District Band Festival in $199
:the NOW . .
tedious operation of removing walking home'from'his brother'shouse Fernandina and was rated superior .
her sightless eye and replacinga on Elm Street, and when in marching and concert.
new cornea which it is hoped he reached the corner of Oak and

will give her new vision. : Y Dora Streets' he was atacke3 by I DISHES -r: 32-Pc. Set $095
two men who appeared to
Plans for the young
are proceeding op- : .
eration to give the youngsterback be in their late41 teens. HELP WANTED Knee Rubber Boots'$450 Pr.
: her sight despite the fact 4'Y One of his attackers hit him c .
.Me4tA that all the money need for the ; and knocked him down. He said

purchase: of the eye and the cost t'':'.. !he got up fighting and was cut 5 WELL EDUCATED WOMEN Work Clothes Boots
cf the operation has not been A on the left cheek leaving a long
secured.In I i laceration. He said he tried to: FOR SALES WORK

put up a fight after being cut.
a comunlty of 206,000 con- HIGHEST EARNING
Coveralls
4 Hardwick said he held one fora Wash Pants
tributions have been few. Againwe '
short while but he broke loose CALL ,EL 6.8810
appeal to you to give gen.
end the two attackers ran. He
erously. Large or Small contributions Work Shoes
tip of the Pepsi Cup said it was very dark and the Dress Shoes
be sent to
:
Cj to these outstanding may attack was so sudden he could
who Hughes Eye Fund
young Americans Janyce
not give description of the
4 make our country and 740) Bridier Street, Jacksonville any
our community a better Floridaor *.V**._..jOVtfJf' Sfff.fWfSt>._Y _'_._*r**.n".. ...c men.The TYPIST WANTEDMust
,
place In which to live. injured man was taken to WE HAVE THOUSANDS OF BARGAINS
call volunteer worker JANYCE HUGHES
you may : Duval Medical Center where he Be Good in English
at 3-6038 to pick COME IN AND BROWSE AROUND!
Elgin up hoping for new eye was treated and released by Dr. Good starting Salary with
'
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your contribution. The office of
f the Florida Star, 2323 Moncrief LATEST CONTRIBUTION RE- Bailey. Advancement.

Rd. will also accept your contri- PORTED: MR. AND MRS.. C. APARTMENT FOR RENT
bution for the fund. S. RA'i'i'iCR.WHfrl'i' ...... $5.00 UNFURNISHED Upper 4- Apply Saturday 2 p-m. .
room apartment. Half bath 9.00 VETERANS
week 1551 West SSrd Street. FLORIDA STAR .

SUNDAY THRU ELgln 5-08S5 2S2S Moncrief Ed. ARMY & NAVY STORE
Ritz Theatre .
STARTS WED ROOM FOR ,BENT
No phone calls please 20 E. Bay Street ELgin 6-1301
.
Two farnlahed'roon'' One fur- .
UNDEItERSt 11TCtiERs Dished kitchen.':jBIx dollars each. I

ns Ea s1 Including hta..EL 6-11C9.


I.; FREE BABY CLINIC.
.
DORIS WHITE 1 IF YOU

Douglas Anderson Junior
High School WANT OUT OF DEBT.
$ ALL BABIES BETWEEN THE AGES OF
Pepsi Cola Dealers and Pepsi jjjpJP
Cola Bottling Company ; it 3 WEEKS AND 2 YEARS OF AGE

are proud to salute Doris UiE COCHRANDIANE t-- ARE INVITED TO ATTEND
White of the 9th grade class.
She Is an honor student and BREWSTER LEO GORDON GALE ROBBINS OUR FREE BABY CLINIC
I
a member of the National Also: "THUNDERSTORM" I BEGINNING MONDAY, APRIL 28 \ .
BUDGETCOUNSELLORS
Homemakers of America
.... THROUGH MAY 1st
.
FROM 3:00: to 5:00 p.m.

Get More Out Of Life Go Out To A Movie! ADVISE YOU .
Courtesy Of
4Q.
MTONITETONITE ROOSEVELT SUN.-
STRAHD TUES. AFROAMERICANINSURANCE
1st RUN ACTION HIT! 230 W. Fonyth Street

SATURDAY, APRIL 26th "HELL ON DEVIL'SISLAND" COMPANY
SIZZLING VAUDEVILLE PRONE: ELGIN 3-6145
Plus"SLAUGHTER
RAMBLE! 101 EAST UNION STREET
ON
"ALL STAR REVUE"Adults 10th AVENUE""BATMAN

r Only $1 & ROBIN"r R RVeaTburs

;: : SAT. April 27 May 3 April 30-May 1
ROCK HUDSON JOAN CRAWFORD

RICHARD OLIVER "TARNISHED ANGELS"PLUS "STORY OF ESTHER

i Douglas Anderson Junior tat RUN THRILLER"FORT COSTELLO" Plus
BOWIE" "SHAKEDOWN"SKYVIEW
High School -
Richard is a member of the :
9th grade class. lie is a OPEN 6:30 P. M. NIGHTLY .1

ymember of the track team, FRI. -SAT. .,i y ',YSA'44,
-T Scleace Club. Student Council SUN. TUES. WED.TIIURS. TRIPLESATCHMO -
-tc and a member of the National -
"MAN AFRAID" FEATUREPLUS
>r Honor Society.HELEN "HALLIDAY Genuine 9x12SEAL

-k*********** PLUS "THIS COULD BRAND" GOLD

"40 GUNS" BE THENIGHT' ATTACK OF __ ; HEAVY FELT BASERUGS
CRABS"Barbara
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)K : .
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I Stanwyck "NOT OF THIS -
)k Jean Simmons EARTH" _

it Y V '.. .. PLAY MOVIE SWEEPSTAKES MON. & FRI. Ii t

X'.... ,,<; "
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...,'>"'..<'..""r...-,.',.......,,..,..;: SPRING SPECIALSlr!
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,,, W'C) SKIRTS
"""''' <' '' PANTS REGULAR VALUE
'N' $1495
''S'Y''; : ." iC 3 Or 99c 3 99c : E:yr

SWEATERS Cleaned and Pressed
FfRRESTERtc
PlaID ..
Anderson' Junior -tc '
Douglas
High School DRESSES 4 $ 95
-tc SUITS 69c
Tribute is paid to Helen of PlaID

the 9th grade class, where Ladies Mea'piece 2-Pleoe Flam69c FOR A DOWN
SOC
the serves as president She DRY FOLD LIMITEDTIME
Is a member of the Dramatics I
Club, NIIA and and EVENING GOWNS LAUNDRY . 50c WEEKLY

honor student. $1.99 Per Pound -
** 8c BOninnna 60e N k,_ A Semsatfonal Sayings for you on these First Quality I

Any Kind Heavyweight GOLD SEAL 9 x 12 Rugs I Imagine a

I S DAY SERVICE, Roomsize Rug at this! Low. Low Price! And you tare a ;
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< '
Congratulations from Pep* FAST SERVICE AT STANDARD PRICES! it'i Choice of Colors and Patterns Ideal for Kitchen '
Cola to these three Ked Bedroom or Every Room. HURRY Down for this Bargain :
Awarad winners! t. in GOLD SEAL RUGS. Only'50c Down Delivers. I Ii

Listen to Pepsi Merit Award ECI CUT BATE CLEANERS IJ J i
salutation on Pepsi Cola
V rEENTDIEWBIIO, 1400
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OPEN
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on your dial Saturday .f
:
3 CONVENIENT LOCATIONS
10:45 to 11:45 A3L ':
'. (1)). MS Broad Street (Between State a Dewrop) (2) 807 FRIDAY ;
Mate Street (3)) 36S3 Moccrief Hoed (At nth Street). NIGHTS .

M'' 'TIL A P..M.
t I WINNERS OF LAST WEEK'S'' PRIZES, I ,I


Pauline Duleec. Jax Beach $20X0 ''r __ f Lt i t
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Clifford wnn.ft'17' Broad St. 10.00 :i .

Art Crabbe. Parkwood Dr.. &00 JI

C. Smith' 1329 W. 26tlx St. 5.00 lS __ I-- ;
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Leon: Mobley. 866 Main St. \ l.oe
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Lvg Thomas, 4685 wu... 1.00Joe l .x

Hamilton 621 Dewdrop.George IMIM' ,_ t.- IAU.-_

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o Baniff 726 Motet IJtIM
t Al VenelL Mandarin _

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