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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 3, 1958
Publication Date:
Frequency:
weekly
regular

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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

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University of Florida
Holding Location:
University of Florida
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All rights reserved. Board of Trustees of the University of Florida
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aleph - 000581378
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UF00028362:00369

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Florida star and news

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Material Information

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 3, 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:
UF00028362:00369

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Preceded by:
Florida star and news

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C. Parham Johnson NAACP supported by the Jacksonville Interde-

Staff WriterA nominational Minister's Alliance (Negro) and other organi-

Jacksonville Bombing Reward Fund set Initially at zations, has designated Sunday May 4, 1958, as "REAFFIR-

$1,000 to be offered for the capture and conviction of thepprsors MATION OF PURPOSE DAY", in Jacksonville, Fla., be-

responsible for. the bombings of the Jewish Com- cause of the recent attempts by unknown persons to intimidate -

munity Center and James Weldon Johnson is being sought Jews and Negroes with bombings at the Jewish

the :"FLORIDA STAR." Community Center and James Weldon-Johnson Junior High

The announcement was, made Fri- School.The n4 i Mr

day morning by Eric 0 Simpson, pal Judge Charles :Miller of Jacksonville announcement. was made J

editor- publisher of the .Jacksonville and ,the .Allied. VeteransAmericanism (Cienn,., B. -Washln o" bYJ l !_ t c, '_Uooi.'J.. Tv".. n. -, ..- -
_ ;newspaper. :which .widely *-s Commission-fff f a.ri'Zr of St.**"' of ,the Jacksonville.. Branch; N.l merely because. 4hefdd 1 ot-agree' ':'' ABOUT DYNAMITEHil tyaor'aydon Burn Is seen
CONCERNED *
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tate. ,
circulated throughout the
A. with a court order: he said
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Simpson who waS among thefirst :Louis, Mo. "The EtorVia\ State Conference with a delegation ,composed of NAACP, officials and a representative of the ministerial
,A mass meeting will be held ? who he into motion plans
body conferred with regarding putting ,
the of the bomb- Branches mayor
at
scene of win aid
midnight The,Negro school and the oyno- at the St. Paul A.MEl Church give to.capture the dynamiter who threw explosives at James Weldon Johnson High
after last
ings shortly 13thStreet. snd support to: our Governor and
gogue here received. minor damage corner Myrtle Avenue and School and the Jewish Community' \Th group also disclosed plans for a month
27 said the reward
Sunday, April the Mayor of Jacksonville in their
will be raised early Monday morning when Sunday afternoon May 4, mass meeting,..to beheld at St. Paul AME Church. and Myrtle. Sunday May
money efforts to sort out the culprits
through the sale of 2, to 10-year anonymous telephone callers told Roy Wilkins, Executive Secretary who would murder democracy," 4, at p.m.. "t. a _
to the FLORIDA for the NAACP had been invitedto At left Is Rev., Wilbert Miller next io the Mayor is Robert Saunders. NAACP
subscriptions tile Times-Union The Confederate
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.: attend the meeeting along with Florida field secretary and, Glenn B. Washington president of the Jacksonville
STAR. \ Underground was responsible for Rev. A. Leon Lowry, Florida ACCUSED RAPIST Branch NAACP.
He announced that all the
the blast. All Segregationists everywhere State Conference President. TRIAL POSTPONED
money collected subscriptions in
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the "Subscription To Democracy" must go free. Our warn. "However," Washington said, April 30, Judge Edwin L. Jones .CAB DRIVERS' AGENT

drive, which will run for a limit- ings have been ,disregarded. All "the speech given at that time and postponed the trial of James Ben .ATTY. GENERAL. IN DESPERATE :CHARGES PREJUDICE

ed time only, will be used to of- Jews in Florida must go exceptat will reaffirm our purposes Nelson, 38 year old white man

fer a reward for the capture of Miami Beach. We aims fpr complete desergregation accused of raping a 14 year old I BY LOCAL DAILIESClarence ,
are readyto through legal and peaceful means MOVE TO .STALL DESERGAflON
the "murders of democracy" who Negro in an Arlington house last
kill .every Negro who \otes. despite such intimidations.; I : .Allen charged' this
early this week tossed dynamiteat August. ,
two Jacksonville institutions. The cost of repairing the damage Rev. A. Leon Lowry" State Dr. William H. McCullough, week that unite dailies have

"These jerks have got to be done 4 to the school as placed President in Tampa said that appointed to examine Nelson, By Staff Correspondent been discriminatory in its re-

slopped" the militant editor at $20,000. "The bombings in .Jacksonvillewere was extended time to May 16 to TALLAHASSEE In still another desperate attemptto lease of news concerning the

said. They are not scaring anybody s a stab in the back of the complete his examination.At stall the admission of a Negro: applicant, Vipgil Haw-

at least not Negroes. MAN SHOT IN LEG AS; HEATTEMITED U. S. Constitution by' culprits his arraignment last month kins, to the University of Florida Law School, Atty. Gen. strike of the Negro cab drl\' r.t.

They've been trying' to scare us PEACEMAKER'S I who have no respect for any form indications were that Nelson Richard Ervin Monday asked the federal district court to He said that the Times-Union

for more than fifty years and cf law and order." would rely on insanity as a defense hold up" action in the case. until' the Florida Supreme and,Journal for some reason has

they're getting very far. These ROLE Rev. Lowry praised Governor Court make its ruling. always printed. the company's, :

attempts to intimidate us only .J. C. Hill, 22, of 922 W Beaver LeRoy Collins and Mayor Hayden The 49-year-oH Hawkins, a I version of the Issue, and has

serve to unite us and stir us to Street was hospitalized last Sat- Burns for taking a forth right 'ST R' TAKES LEADIN public relations officer 'at Be-I delaying an admission order until : fulled to publish informatlno

greater determination to fight for urday after being shot when he stand in organizing law enforcement thune-Cookman College, .Daytonahas Hawkins could show he could be given to its reporters" by the

our rights. We are going to con attempted to become officials to find out who the URGING ACTIONON admitted without public union. t,
.peacemaker been for nine causing
tinue to vote and rm going to culprits are. He referred to the TRANSIT trying :yearsto Allen branded untrue the-
STRIKE as
personally conduct a campaign to Lan argument ,between a persons who committed the act gain admission to the U of F mischief. ptred that
management report
strange man and woman jat
_ get more t'Simpson Negroes to register, and 03 "murders of democracy.; Business and civic leaden'ftJ'e law school. The U.S. Supreme Court later the N'cab driversoted to

vote Church and Davis Streets. "The NAACP stands as a matter refused to order Hawkins' admis- return to work. lie Raid the men
Ervin, who is obviously run
added: "These dynamite From a hospital bed, Hill told of principle to continue its quick to rcognize thIj week that voted 113 to 4 not to accept the
ning out of methods to stall sion, but told him to file an action -
lags are a threat to the whole Patrlomen Edward Hickson and fight to end legal segregation the FLORIDA STAR was the company's offer. ,

f continuity. White citizens as wellas Johnnie J. Doe how he was shot because of race, Rev Lowry said. f first publication ,to urge the admission of -a institution Negro to seen the in his federal disrict court. The cab driven' representative

Negroes could be victims. In in the left leg at the knee. He "With the law on our side, we State-supported Ervin said the relief Hawkinsis
out that whereas the
Mayor and the City Council by observers as making joke of pointed
the. case of the bombing of the said he was sitting on a public cannot allow ourselves to be intimidated seeking is available to him In drivers have made several concessions
to ..act1on' trans the laws of the state and thenation -
urge resume
Jewish Center of adults
scores bench when heard
he
the couple into submission
by portatlon In the city. has filed a separate to the Florida Supreme Court when Marion Marvin, the
suffered
and children could have
arguing. He intervened and was ,with ,distorted minds who
persons New Deal boas haw remained
In front Hawkins federal court suit. he complies with the court's Instruction
editorial In
blasts a
from the perpetrated page
InJury shot in the would
leg by the man. break down our system adamant to this demands for an
by a few sneaking bigots.. its April 19 issue the- STAR that'Hawkins' isn'teligible hat he provide proof.
He claims
increase of $1. for cab rental.
Rewards for conviction per- .ofi blasted -he Mayor and City to attend the law school) he could be admitted without!
sons responsible for the racial -- --=- -! Council for '"staIIln ** and 'called Allen said that )Marvin who
r has ad.
anyhow since Hawkins trouble developing.
bombings reached a toW $3,700 attention to- the fact that the I List week failed to attend a
mitted his score on
publicly '
reported no the lack of transportation was In a separate motion, Ervin meeting: with the Mayor and Negro -
Thursday. as police Subscription To Democracy I II law school admission.test: was too :
_ progress, In their investigation.The I "wrecking-: 'economy of the low: to qualify. asked Judge DeVane to strike Chamber of Commerce representative
Jacksonville Jewish Com. I I'Pt city and Jis a* 'result Is''doing from Hawkins' suit all referencesto did not seem like "a

munity Council offfered has 2. I Florida Star '-_.. ._ .' ._ untold hurt to hundreds ob Eryin, said 'that .because of laws, policies and regulations person trying to negotiate In good 1

O. Box 561Jacksonville l.4 '. business In' the entire. conranity. comity (courtesy between the requiring segregation of the racesat faith.
500.As ,
a civic .contribution In an I 1. Fla .I ." state and federal; courts and the university law' school.

effort to. bring to justice the ; \t f Since the STAB raised Iss edItorial precedents of federalpractice, it MRS. PEARL MILLER'S
perpetrators of his act of violence -. : -- I i ,"olee. the 'Jacksonville was improper for the'federal district Ervin said these propositions
rt :, MOTHER IS DEAD
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.1' = : are immaterial and moot since
I
which is so shocking to the Enclosed 'Is $ :f..t Chamber Commerce= has court to assume, jurisdiction
American way of life,"* said. Al ,. ...' -"'" .., ,'. .., .- I written the Mayor_ the; sub- cf the case- 80'long as a similar the Florida Supreme Court already -''#
L Schneider the JJOC public re- 1 .. f' -' ';-' f ect, ,and ,during.the past week proceeding is. peding in state had ruled in its 1957 de- MRS PEARL MILLER .
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lations chairman. For a year. subscrl >,- .." ,: ., .: ., ,. the'Journal has come out with courts. cision that Hawkins could, not be ATLANTA, GA. The deathof
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\ 'I denied admission! racial Mrs. Cora Harrison motherof
dlterils solely on
onof Mayor Hayden FLORIDA STAR two; .front page, urging & '
On mo TO' the '
-- : Federal' Dozi DeVane
I < Judge grounds. Mrs. Pearl Miller of Jack
r. .
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Burns the City Commission .. prompt! ''actlon.to-.a. t r.t
,. himself. entioned.the. matter of sonvi le, In an Atlanta hospital
;
.
earmarked $1.000'from 'I buses and the Xegre cabs roll
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Thursday : '-q l'- last week in setting,June No Racial Bans after of illness
I. ,..- comity a Beige was an-
rewardThe NAME : ing Again. ,
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fund a -
its contingent as ?
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16 as the date for trial of Hawkins' nounced this week..
..commissioners also went on ,6 l .. ,' ,..y .._,. .. .. ',I .. Many-..downtown ;:business men admission to He said that: as a result_ of
suit
'
: W' seeking .
: Court Mrs.. Miller is the wife of Rev
the bombingsand thought the STARTs record as deploring 'I. .ADDRESS, ..., ,. the. law_ school..
extending their sympathy to ., : ', 1\ : r. highly( ,'con>endablo..' la fee of a "there does riot: exist In Florida Wflbert Miller pastor of Laura"'
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the school'. principal "as the rep an ZONE' -STAn1: I toe, XacJ..._that' the two' .toad On:March'8; 1867 the Florida any' law regulation,' custom Street Presbyterian Church.

resentative' of thr colored'p eop le"' I' : : ....: ,.- : -;., ,.' .. ,.., "idonothingabout;- a&jthbsg" Supreme Court: refused to' admit or usage which requires segrega- Funeral rites have not been

and the Jewish Center's rabbi... .. ... I dailies, .derive the: lion's "share Hawkins the law school as the tin in the College of Law at scheduled but cards flowers and
Previous 'Offers 'I' '10"yOars. S50. 5., iiS..,_ ..:: 2 SiOm: .. I UD bl.tbe.advertising doBars-spest U.S Supreme Court had:ordered. the University of Florida: on other tokens of sympathy may

.A reward of $100 each had u-For'Rowsrd ,For Carte of,DrBasxiien.r. by local, l>iMlrif M., Raising the states rights *princirJe purely racial grounds at this. be.sent_to, Mrs.: Pearl Miner at"
1.z "I .... ,, .............".. .....' ,- Gal
,* previously been otl!erect by Municff ..... -....-. w_ 1 ...... .-- iG r r ; the, state'.court said it was tJme. 955 Jeff St. N. W. Atlanta
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THE. FLORIDA STAR o / .> ';;J-: 'Politics As, ..Usucil"t

NEWS ,
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Published by The Florida! Star Publishing Co. NEW BLOOD NEEDED IN -

HOUSE OF REPRESENTATIVESJaxons
f ''
who did not avail themseves of the opportunityof
MAIN OFFICE & PLANT: :' .

1m Moncrief Eoad ............... EL 44782 EL 4-6783 -5 registering their names on the books will miss a chanceto
vote on May 27 on question of whether we should
Downtown Branch Office: 42S Broad Street-Phone* EL 4-8773 have the Superintendent of Schools appointed or elected.
1IJr. :: : : {
; : The special

Hailing Address: election is be- The Mayor and most of

\ P. O..Box 661, Jacksonville 1, Florida! M ing held to de themembers of the City
,, termine also
Uric (). Simpson M...........................".........Editor whether citizens Council are obviously intenton
protecting the cab and
0. Parham Johnson ..............................News Staff wish t o bus franchise for the com

Altamae Richardson ........................Circulation Dept. abolish or panies which hold them. }

.a ,keep the The cab franchise and the
Member of Associated Negro Press school board
powerers granted to the City
SUBSCRIPTION BATES trustees. Council which was evidently

One Tear, $ .oo; Half Year $3.00; Three Months, SL80 This questionof written in the first place for

Mailed To You, Anywhere In The United States. whether to the benefit of certain ,privileged '
the
keep parties is, to the
Subscriptions Payable In Advance. Send Checks or Money Orders To: school board say
least a botched up piece of
,FLORIDA STAB-P. O. BOX JACKSONVILLE 1, FLORIDA post an elect- legislation that needs to be

l SIMPSON lye office or to rewritten.The .
iF S.c change it to an appointive
citizens of Jacksonville

VIOLENCE COMES TO lAX. office. Therefore is a very it is importantone. an elec- would do well to elect to the

.. I j tion that every registeredvoter House of Representatives a
who will devote his efforts
I- and citizen should man

Violence and sinister attempts to intimidate Negro and :JLIII_ r 5' make it his or her businessto among other things, to
securing new legislation -
participate in. It is an governing
Jewish citizens have come to Jacksonville where vitual] S Council the
harmony has existed through a period marked by strife fJ : ejection that will determine matter of City regulation of in tranS-
what kind of schools and ed-
and
'sections
unrest in many of the country. and the
portation granting of
Unrestrained violence against minority groups ; stems M.-j ISSISSIPPIU.S.A ucgtion our children will receive franchises.

from defiance of law and order and leads to violence in the coming years. e .

against others. Those who preach defiance of the"'Supreme
There are many who con- the fact
Despite that he
Court the seeds of disobedience and unless
are sowing ,
1r tend that the schoolsuperintendents
,. making has not confirmed his inten-
.they are checked by decent law-abiding citizens who up- ..w 4
job an appointive tion ,
to run, the air is full
hold the of
principles democracy for which this nation
BUT WHAT DO THEY CARE post will take poll- of
ABOUT NATIONAL SECURITY AND WORLD OPINION reports that ex senator:
stands, we will reap the harvest of anarchy and denial of tics out of the school superin Claude
Pepper will for
run
the entiled to all
rights men.
tende 1t's office. On the other U.
This week's Jacksonville S. Senator against Senator -
dynamitings in and similar in- hand there are others who
cidents in Nashville and Miami where Jewish centers were Spessard Holland.If .
remind that the
us top appointment and when he does Mr.
bombed are indications of what results from the doctrineof of the ,
Your superinten- Pepper should not have
race hatred and defiance of the law Weekly
,
denL will be._ left to_ the much difficulty in convincing
These cowardly acts are perpetrated by SICK but elected school board -
mem-
DANGEROUS people. Already infected with the diseaseof the people that Hollandhas
Horoscope GuideWHICH bers which means that there
not done too much for
prejudice against Negroes and Jews, those misguided will be politics right on.
DUPES were made bold by groups of socalledrespectable anybody in Florida duringthe

people who have publicly urged defiance of the courts. ARE YOUR LUCKY DAYS FOR All those whp; read this time he has been in

They are also made to feel bold by those timid souls who BUSINESS LOVE TRAVEL column each week are askedto Washington.

know what is right, but are afraid td speak out. tell all their neighbors and S .

Encouraged by freedom from prosecution! for their as- friends to get ready to vote There are also persistent

saults on Negroes the bigots have become so bold that By PABLO, The ASTROLOGERAIRES in the Special Election, May rumors that if suspended

they recently-threatened a Nashville, Tenn. judge.It 27___. and to watch the Sheriff Al Cahill is able to

is our hope that Gov. LeRoy Collins and the head of efforts and resources. SCORPIO FLORIDA STAR and this run Jie will have ex-sheriff

the local government will leave no stone unturned in bring- Born March 21 Through April 1 9-60 4-58-42-942. Born Oct 24 Through Nov.22 column for further informa Rex Sweat to contend with.

ing the perpetrators of this time of treason to trial The ''conditions under which You may feel a stirring within lion about what it will mean It is our firm belief that Cahill -

Violence of this type must not be allowed to mar the good people as a whole have to live In you which seems to suggest thatit to have an appointed school will .not have such an

record of race relations that has prevailed Florida.LET'S t:hese interesting if uncertain LEO is time for you to find out superintendent. easy time as he did several

times have a great impact on he Born July 23 Through August 23 exactly what it Is that you are .., months ago.
economy. of one and all. This Stick to one idea. The tendency supposed to do on this earth and We with On the other hand, .I can-

BAiLorS means daily readjustments and to expand your ideas, plans and I in this incarnateon. Your intui- Hayden sympathize Burns 'for the Mayor posi not understand how a man

FIGHT BOMBS WITH long.range planning so that col.. scene of local activity may only I. tion may be very revealing in tion he finds himself in as I can -run again to fill a termof

lective as well as national security result in such a wide distribu- this connection around the 1st if a result of the bus and cab office for which he has

; may be bolstered and pre- ton! of your energies as to leave you are one of the persons who strike but we feel that he been suspended.
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We are ready to kill every Negro who votes." is the served. You will suceed best in you floundering in a maze of confusion -i have learned to rely more and I used judgement Among the names mentioned -
poor or was
threat given by the hoodlums who threw dynamite at a your business orprqfessional and contradiction You can I more on the infallible guidanceit poorly advised when he decided as possible opponents for

Negro school and a Jewish synagogue. milieu if you carry on yourof adopt a sensible policy and bud- can provide. The lure of the upon his plan to certi- Senator Fletcher Morgan,
secrecy. You can thus frust- get on the 1st when should social life you have been leading come September are: Wayne
you
That threat should spur every Negro man and. woman essential acivities fy drivers to operate what
under the veil te most capable of seeing thingsas may not be overcome without a Ripley, Lacy Mahon and
over 21 years to register"and vote. rate r is being called the "Mayor
your competitors who may they are and making the long' and extended struggle, but Larry Lewis the restaurantman.
The mere fact that such a threat has been issued to be trying to find out just what Burns Cab Line" and singledthe .
it seems as if should
wiset possible provisions: for the you now I
Negroes in Duval who have been complacent much too colored drivers out as
you are p1anning.5to55.s85SMS difficult days ahead. revaluate its worth when meas- We don't know much about
complacent and have not made strong aids for desegregation ones to be exempt from cer
any 120331831.121 ured against the cost in cash and the Lewis man's chances, but
61 schools end to Jim.crow bus seating and unrestricted vitality. tification. we can say that Mahon and

use of the golf courses and other municipal facilities 2-20-99-18-97-297 I Permitting others to ride Ripley are hard campaigners.

indicates that these misguided bigots will attemptto TAURUS i citizens in their cars and However, it seems unlikely

deprive us of our rights whether we vote or do not vote. Born April 20 Through May 20 VIRGO SAGITTARIUS I nying cab drivers the same that both Ripley and Mahon

If they ever summon up enough nerve to kill a Negro All indications point to the person Born. August 24 Through Sept 23 Born Nov. 23 Through Dec. 21 right, obviously, is discrimi would go into the race with
who votes think of what will happen to Negroes if we do with the big smile and warm: Agree never to disagree. You natory, and regardless of
You Morgan.
not vcte so that we can elect men and women who will grip as the one more likely to should not pass up the opportunity may have received a very what his intentions were the

uphold the principles of democracy and the rights of all make new friends, and keep on the 1st to come closerto enticing offer or invitation on plan works to the advantage, Morgan has become highly

citizens.Let. I them. Still, this does not mean the person who is allied to or prior to the 1st which seems of the Cab unpopular as a result of fred -
Company !
that should be too free with you in'arriage or otherwise too good to pass up. It seems ad- an
us all get ready to do two things: you by visable to shun travel after the serves to break the quently raids by beveragemen

1. VOTE ON MAY 27 on the ,referendum whether to confidenial masters pertaining to adopting a joint economic pro- 3rd, however, ness of the cab effective-j on decent establishments -
yourself, the family, money and gram which is sound and practi- as planetary con- strike.
have superintendent of schools appointed or elected. i Duval
figurations are not'too in County.
business. agreements that threaten propitious
There at
profession or are can
GETTING REGISTERED ON JUNE 2 WHEN
START
2. in this .
connection. You to I
people who may bp secrete cal in every respect. This would seem

THE-BOOKS--- .REOPEN jealous[ of you and your achievements also forestall the potential dis- be in for a siege of introspection LET'S GET
to unearth the basec TOGETHER I
causes
and who may be readyo various times during the courseof
utilize information to may be he month. \ for a certain lack of progressin

ready' to utilize information to 7-50-22-48-21-751 your personal affairs. MEN & WOMEN WANTEDTo

r gain at your expense. Be friendlybut 7-40-66-38-64.764
.r Become Part Of A
uncommunicative from the Strong OrganizationThat

1st thru the 5th. LIBRA '
CAPRICOROBorn Will 1 Work For Progress
8-70-66-68-64-874 Born Sept. 24 Through Oct. 23
Dec. 22 Through Jan. 19
It takes two to quarreL There -DARE -
Friends should be
orthy of
seems to be
nothing with
wrong
you. The vista of wonderful YOU INTERESTED?
GEMINI the quality of your services. or
Born May 21 Through June 21 product as the cash returns indicated dreams to come true Is considerably IF SO FILL IN THE BLANK BELOW

The heart has its reasons. The on the 1st should prove I. enhanced by a success or

burst of energy with which you. above the shadow of a doubt. monetary down pour which Is indicated MAIL TO DUVAL CIVIC LEAUGE

have: ended up the last day of the I Still, it seems necessary to ensure on the 1st. Although fulfillment 2323 SIONCBIEF ROAD

previous monh should carry over friendly relations with per- seefs assured up to a
pcdnt, ust not the im-
you
on the 1st with interesting and sons who work with or for you expect
.+S. t S successful consequences. You and to keep working equipmentat possible or have illusions which YES ,I WANT PROGRESS

should also. devote some time to top efflcien +. There Ire va- ,have no place in real life. It Is Register Me As A Member Of

. your well-being, responsibilities, rious indications of misunder. necessary to apply practical rules I'lje '

wardrobe, pets and those who depend standings at home or with per. in building up your resources to THE DUVAL CIVIC LEAGUE
a safety level and
: making pre
on you almost exclusivelyThere sons who share your life or.Interests .
parations for the demands
[ are indications that you which could be ftue to the many Which WOl
Campaign orBeUer'
x. made upon you by your colleagues
be mismanagement of fundsor
may regarding an existing or common
family, ered Streets Drainage Facilities
C projected marriage. excessive spending on your community, -
6-90-8S-89-SG-686 part. hors and tax collector. Negro Firemen Civil Service Jobs

150334931.138 Equal Job Opportunities .

CANClEIi m Negro Doctors At Medical: Center

Born Jane 22 Through July 22 SCORPIO AQUARIUS. Better Treatment In Stor

The best piece of news that Born Oct. 24 .Through Nov. 23 Born Jan. 20 Through Feb 18 A Negro YMCA Bulldr

-rtATU many Cancexians can receive Fortune's smile Is for you. A Make the eleventh-hour decIs- General Community ImprovementI

these days is the one that enables wish that could have been lurkingin ion. A sudden notion to go far-
KEN KNIGHT am interested In knowing some oL the other benefit
them to realize; a dream to see the deepest recesses of your off places, to take up a new

-PRESENTING- new people and places, to acquirea heart may be; granted in' some philosophy or to improve your I can derive from Joining the organization. ,...............
KNIGHT TRAIN greater Insight into the future rrWsterious-way on or just before mend Is quite possible on the 1st ..
8.9 and to satisfy the of the 1st: Be with when f
P.M. 12-1 yearnings unstinting under
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Advise me when the next meeting win be held. ..........
SWEET CHARIOTS !. their 'hearts!! Be prepared for love, talents and resourcefulness compulsive influence.. D a not

C some very conclusive developmenta while you are enjoying these inspiring waste any time procrastinating NAME .....................................................,
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just before. All the same, you martial partnership or cooperative ,or arrangement' before the ADDRESS ......'...........'...........................I....
9:30 to 10:30 MONDAY thru FRIDAY must be realistic enough to be nature could be provoked 3rd so as to avert subsequent disappointments. '

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Week Ending Saturday. MAT I- 1958 THE FLORIDA STAB |Paa- Three


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CLUB SPONSORS' CLASS or 1948" FNIRT COLLEGETO SCHOOL PRESENTS

SEAFOODFEAST: TO ELECTS OFFICERSThe OBSERVE TWO..ACTS OPERETTAThe

z ;ANNIVERSARYThe : .
r classy of' '48 of Stanton Eke entary Department'of

s A Mammoth Seafood Feast will High School will elect officers,: 66th Anniversary and Isaiah Blocker School will presentan

; ., t be sponsored by the "Elks Social April 27 a 4 o'clock in the'music I Founders celebration of the opereta entitled .The Land
Day of Dreams Come True" in the
Club, May 16 at 8 pjn. in the i room of James Weldon Johnson
Florida Normal Indusrialx Mem-
school auditorium. May :5 at 8
Social Room of. the Elks Build School orial college scheduled for April p.m.

ing '. I Final plans..are-to:.be made for 26 was postponed to May 3. The operetta is in two acts.

L. *. J a. ; ;y a an' rxii The ,menu announced for the i a reunion to be held, May 16 The annual meeting of the The leading characters are: Elizabeth

fesat by the club will be oyster I at the Club Eldorado. Alumni 'Association of the college Finnely, Bennie Lee Me.
chila ill be held on Founders' Day Fadden. Victor Davis Barbara
stew. crab fish and other Skeet Hampton's Band will provide
# I < and tributes paid to four persons Jean Williams. Mamie Riley and
dishes. O. H. 'Benaby. club leader entertainent for the evening. Earline
who were chiefly responsible Kimbrough.
is making plans for the affair. AM members are asked to pay for the founding of the collegec; The music committees are Miss

An invitation-has been extend. their assessments toward this They are: the late Rev. Matthew E. V. Coker and },{rs. R. A.
:ed to the public to attend the effort. W. Gilbert. Miss Sarah A Blocker Pierce ousted by Mrs R. Ben-
: : : ; ; f'n affair. Rev J. T. Brown and Dr. I thone. Committees on the dancesare
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"""" '" ----- mWb w.-- -- f : :"- MALE SINGERS TO Nathan W. Collier. S: Mrs. M. S. Mathis, Mrs.

Celebrating their first anniversary on April 12 at the Rihault Supper'Club the membersof There will be a coffee hour. U. Hester and Mrs. I B. Miles.
APPEAR IN CONCERTLAKE I
the Social Clvilets shown shown., ,above are, sitting left to right: Gloria Thomas, Carietia A. L LEWIS YWCA TO May 3, from 8:30: o-in, to 10 a.m. Committees on the costumes are:
Walker, Calvin Fields (president) Claudette Fields, Dorothy Cobb. Standing from left: Melvin under the auspicies of the St. Mrs. H. C. Bullard and Miss G. A.
Brodison Lorraine Washington, Robert Williams, Carl Klrtland, Rutha Herdon, Elcee Lucas PRESENT MAY CITY The Amigo Augustine Chapter of the Alumni Young.SUFFERERS.
(host), Rose Gibson, John Tolliver, Willie Hlggs, Leonard Williams, Robert Carson, Rogers FESTIVAL MAY 19A Male Singers of North Central Association. The services will be- ,
Herdoo. Members not shown are: Alfreda Gonalez Eager Smith, Dorothy Muller, Shirley Florida will be presented in a gin at 10 o'clock and will culminate -
Jones James Butler Sahra Hall. concert at the Mt. Pisgah AME with the presentation of .....w..a.....F
Church, Washington and Church to the various
May Festival will be gifts college by
sponsored
Streets May 5 at 8 p.m. alumni bodies.
by the A. L.. Lewis Branch w TOY HATE MT BJUTTLC HAH. awaavn.
YWCA. :May 9 in the Myrtle The singers are under the direction The celebration will conclude oa TTTn.CCZIMA.KM3VOftM.Oft OTHKS_
Avenue Ball Park at 7:45 p.m. of A. W. Levy an instructor with a memorial service for Miss puss KALf TBAMKrOKT DULfT ATOMS.tear FCUQLAMVnXAr.OT TKX KAUM
? : .' of music in Columbia AMD fTCMMa." ASK TOWft COCTOft. OlOOOS
and Nathanv.
.4'A SarahA. Blocker Dr.
Skits from the various elementary MAVTKMJI Oft Mona: Aaovt IWY1dIL_
County Public School. Collier and the placing of
schools and special group Invrations are extended to the wraths on their graves in frontof 7l'.ub..i:1f.
presentation from Edward Wa-
public to attend the concert. the Anderson Administration
ters College, New Stanton Senor .
.
r rtzr
cert. Building. M. wwtwa..w- .. ._
High and Matthew W. Gilbert
e will be offered during the musical

production. :



Some of .the lovely guests helping to celebrate the Social Civ1-lets' first anni\'ersary SPRING MUSICALE RUMMAGE

I are: Willa Dean W Ul1l1e Mae King Rosa Exson Elizabeth Herdon. PRESENTED BY

SUNDAY SCHOOLThe
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A' + .. Metoka and Galeda Department -
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of the Seoond Baptist ,
k Cnurch Sunday School presented SALE !
Y W its annual Spring Musicale
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April 27 at 3:00: pjn. in the '
I church auditorium. .

Featured artists ill be the New

: .Stanton High Gleen Club, under *
Used Trade-ins
t" : the direction of Mrs. Alpha Shop Worn

1 A" Hayes Moore Mrs. Queen B; Williams ,
Miss Yvonne Brown and
i.0 ..:..::. ..:.';=': Mrs. Iris Burden Mrs,Gladys M.
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: _: o. : Vaught wifl be he organist for 'Damaged And One-Of-A-Kind

the occasion;
Members and guests of the Social CivUets enjoy a laugh while waiting for dinner shown>
I above are: Leonard Williams, Alvevia Lane Miss I. Jones, and Melvin Bodson. The public is cordiaUy invitedto

attendv the affair. I D I Open An AccountFURNITURE I ; s I

r aimed directly at the hearts of parents, church workers.
I I teachers and all persons concerned with the,welfare of our .
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: = ; youth.Doctors
= 1 R E Smith, G. F. Waters, Daniel L. '''Lauray,
Hunter H. Satterwhite, and' Releford McGriff, a local Attorney ,
who introduced the speaker, were platform guests.
I Other participants included Mrs. Pauline E. Davis Mrs.
with Lottie B. Gilbert ad Mrs. Sallie Hall Kennedy, who served

LOUISE G. GUINYARD as ushers, W. K. Harper, soloist, and Carter Lewis, who USED SHOP-WORN USED MAHOGANY

I furnished instrumental music.It 10-PIECE MAHOGANY MODERN BLONDOCCASIONAL DUNCAN PHYFE

Although we often find society clamouring for "high was my pleasure to serve along with Mrs. P. G. DINING ROOM SUITE TABLES SOFA
Cave and Mrs. Winoa Alexander, as a judge for the event.
er" society, it.is gratifying to note that t in our locale is is Mrs. R, E. Smith who is trained in dramatics has also $

also civic-minded. This was evidenced by a literary con served as public librarian for Duval County. $129New 14 $19 .

test held at Laura Street Presbyterian. Church last Sun- : Price Was $695 New Price Was $69 New Price Was $299
day afternoon of which the participants. included some of
Mrs. I. Emerson Bryan, Jr. was hostess to a recent
our leading citizens. SHOP-WORN MODERN USED MODERN GREEN USED PANEL END
of The Kardettes held in her home at 1076 Scriven
meeting ,
The affair was sponsored by The Junior Reading Class. Street. COCKTAIL TABLES SOFA BED SUITE CRIB AND MATTRESS

which is directed by Mrs. R. E. Smith and was for the Marie had Mrs. Earlene Walden Edwards as honor
benefit of Boy Scout Troop No. 44's Athletic Equipment guest and presented her with a beautiful gift. Mrs. Ed- $3 $19New $19NEW
Fund. Jonathan Forshee is Scoutmaster for this group. wards filled the vacancy created by Mrs. Margaret Wilson
The five youthful contestants all of whom rendered New Price Was $16 Price Was $179 Price Was $79
who New the
was vacationing in York City at the time
wonderful dramaic selections. were David Wave. William held.
meeting was
Powell (first place winner. USED USED DUNCAN PHYFE
Club prizes were awarded in first and second places SHOP-WORN HEAVY 2-PIECE MODERN
The Honorable Dale Carson. Sheriff of Duval County I
HattieI MAHOGANY DINETTE
respectively, to Mrs. Ruby Humphrey and Mrs.
COIL SPRINGS LIVING ROOM SUITE
delivered address for the occasion. which was '
an inspiring
Stewart. Miss Louvenia Solojnon qualified, for .consolation. $
: ': II' .... A delicious luncheon was served following the roundsof $4- $19New 24New

r r bridge. Price Was U9 Price Was $89
-I I $
New Price Was
$19 .
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FOR SHOP-WORN PEEL CANE USED INNERSPRING
assortment of candid cameras were given away to i USED SOLID WOOD -
the lucky guests who qualified for prizes at the bridge .! FIVE-PIECE DINETTE COCKTAIL TABLES MATTRESS AND BOX
party held last Saturday: evening in the home of Mrs. SPRINGS

DISTINCTIVEPRINTING / Alonzo Davis, 1722 Calhoun Street. The occasion was the I $9New $3, $39
meetfag of the Kevinette Bridge Club.
Honor guests were Mrs. Barbara Walker and Mrs. Ruth, Price Was $39 New Price Was $12 New Price Was $89

BOJ ner,' and although the latter was high, scorer in the .
i guest category both received lovely hostess gifts USED PIECE: OAK USED ROLL-AWAY BED .USED37"PIECEMODERNSECTIONAL

Mrs. Essie D. McCray, Mrs. Barbara Harper, Mrs. Ema- DINING ROOM SUITE AND MATTRESS SOFA
lee T. George and Mrs. Dorothy Oliver were the happy
recipients of the club prizes. $99New .19 169
Pauline's main dish consisted of tasty barbecued chicken. -
Price Was $595 New Price Was $14 New Price Was $495 '

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INVITATIONS "
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USED 3-PIECE USED 18TH CENTURY USED 6-PIECE
I -:- NEWSPAPERS The home of Mr and Mrs. W. Russell Robinson, 3204 WALNUT FINISHED CEDAR CHEST MODERN BLOND
Pearce Street, was the setting for a recent meeting of The BEDROOM SUITE DINING ROOM SUITE
-:- MAGAZINES Hellenesians.
/ $19
Mrs. Esther Morse Anderson held the leading score $89 $79
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-:- PROGRAMS ./. among the guest and received the guest prize, although; New Price Was $69 New Price Was $229
New Price
/ : /: Mrs. Lois Avery Randall and Mrs. Dorothy M. Pinckneywere Was $189
-: TICKETS also presented gifts by'the hostess. .
Used Double USED USED STREIT CHAIR
or Single 3-PC. MODERN
/ Club prizes went to Mrs. Carolyn Washington Mrs.
INNERSPRINGMATTRESS
-: BOOKS Pearl Miller and Mrs. Leona Bennett, with Miss Bernice LIVING ROOM SUITE WITH LARGE OTTOMAN

Griffin qualifying for consolation. i

SPECIALIZING IN HIGH CLASS WBDDL16'LNVITAT10N3 Katherin, who is a lovely hostess, delighted, her guests $12New $19New $59New

:.4 AND .SOCIAL ANNOUNCEMENTS with a delectable an eye-appealing menu. '
,-: t t i t Price Was $39 Price Was $189 Price.Was $189

PROMPT DELIVERY REASONABLE PRICES t We have our first news of an affair held at the Ribault BROAD AT ADAMS
River 'Supper' Club. Mrs. Julia Brooks chose this swanky
setting for entertaining the Feminiae Gravitae Ladies.
SEE THE 'Mrs. Stazzie Hudson and Mrs. Rose Peppers were'honor

_IS1 FLORlDA-STMr guests the latter waning the guest prize. .
/ 0 Club prizes were won by Mrs. Mary Jones, Mrs. Hazel .
Lillienthal and Mrs. Agnes Reeves. C 11

4 2323 Moncrief Rd., Corner 13th St. Stuffed lobster Headed Mrs. Brooks' men '
Feminlae Gravitae officers Included Mrs. L. R. Burns

Phone EL 4-6782 president; Mrs. Mary Jones. vice president: Mrs. Bonnie -- "
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Bush. recording secretary Mrs. Halite Holloway, financialsecretary OU1TS7ANplNG t-U111iI'lJlJW. STOKE?*

', ;. and.,. Mrs. Julia Brooks business manager.. *

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Two ., THE FLORIDA STAR <"* We.k.Eagi&g Saturday...Mar. 3' 1?58. A.
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Baptist. To' .. .Observe Women's, Day "I



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AT SAINT PAUL '',tltf PLANNING FORTANNUAL

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CHURCH NEWSFIRST ;

The Men's Day celebration at DAY

St. Paul AME CHURCH Will be

In the form of a World Series Mr I

ball game between the Nationaland First Baptist

BORN TEMPLE GRANT MEMORIAL American Leagues Church held an organization
William D. Sweet is the leaderof
MISSIONARIES TO OBSERVE I meeting recently making plansfor
FIRST ANNIVERSARY MEN OBSERVE'DAYThe ; the American League and the annual observance ofWomen's
Earl Morse, the leader of the
whch wll be held
The Missionaries Day
of the First I .
Born Temple, will obsrve their men ct'Grant Memorial" National League. The observancewill May 251Offeers
be held 18
May throughout
first anniversary. May 7 at 8 AME Church have made plans the elected for the obser-

p.m. for their annual. Men's Day. .observance day. vance are: Mrs. Lucinda Jackson .
Dr. William B.
Stewart, presi-
Choir.2 of the church will which.will be held\ May dent of Edward Waters Collegewill general chairman; Mrs
serve. Melvin Grace will be the 18 hroughout the day. Arabelle Callander. co-chairman:
be the speaker for the morning -
speaker and Mrs. Johnnie B. Mrs. Lucille Greene, general
Carter .T. Lewis has been se- at 11
worship a.m., and music
Jordan will be the mistress of secretary; Mrs. Annie L. Patterson -
lected as general chairmanW'il; will be furnished by he Male
ceremonies for the occasion chairman of the program
lie Walker as co-chairman; and Chorus.
committee; Mrs. Earlene Foster
Willie Wiggins second chairman. Advance I
reports are expectedto
co-chairman; Mrs. Martha Wright
begin Sunday and continue until

chairman of the finance committee -
SECOND BAPTIST OIIURCII The various 18.PRELATE. .*
are head- May '
groups ; and Mrs. Sarah Austin, co-
I' .ESE "TS MRS. A BORROUGII td by the following men: Rev. ;aC< chairman.The .

IN RECITAL F. D. Richardson, Rev. I. D. Hin- \,: .,,,, ''h\\ ,.. ..' '.

Mrs. Alice Burrough will be son, Carter T. Lewis W. Walker, ,,- '\"W' :" T. ,--- -.. <..,.......... ""' .:: 7.I.i--x.:: .. Beautification committee
ANNOUNCES I r I are Mrs. Lottie Nelson, chairman;
presented in a Spring Recital, R. T. Moore, Amos V. Rose, Wm. ,, # ?i #
May 4, by the N.B.c. Club of Moyle, Frank Jenkins, Edgar CONFERENCES DATES I J I I4a IY :and Mrs Sarah Wynn, cochairman. -

the Second Baptist Church at 8 Aldridge, Albert Milton. Will General Tag Committee

p.m. in the auditorium of the Mitchell, James, Rousseau, Solomon -' Mrs. Bernice Austine chairman:

church. Small and Ira Hemby. An announcement by the pre Mrs. Louida Henry, co-chairman.

An invitation has been extended ? H. Kirkland, Wakefield., R. siding prelate of the 11th Episcopal Sponsors Committee are, Mrs.

to the public to attend the C. McBrid, I Collins, James district, AME Church, Bishop : Mary Green, chairman; Mrs.

recital. Warner B Covuigham. Luke Sherman L. Green, that the 'Rosa Lee Coffie co-chairman: and ,

Grimes, Charles Francis, Allen special one day conference for .. : ,I Sula Mae Davis, general treas-
Anderson, Sylvester Miles E. the budget payment will begin urer.

ST. ANTHONY PRAYER BAND Wannamaker, W. J. Stephens E. wih the South Florida Conference

TO OBSERVED ANNIVERSARYSt. !:. Daniel and D. C. Powell. Tuesday in St. Paul AME

i Church, West Palm Beach. Tampa *
Anthony Prayer Band anniversary ST. PAUL PLANS
will terminate May .4 Florida Conference May 13,
at 1624 Illinois Street. Mt. Moriah AME; Church, Wildwood #.- ANNUAL EVENTThe

A program will be presented HOOD TO GIVE ;., Orlando, Florida Confer-

throughout the week. of the celebration FASHION SHOWA ence May 15, Mt. Olive AME men of St Paul AME t
Church; West Florida Conference Church are making plans for

"Million Dollar Fashion May 20, St. Paul AME Church, their annual celebration, to be
Blounstown; Florida Conference held 18.
Show" will be presented at the May
New May 21, Palace AME Church. William Sweet has been selected -
ABYSSINIA BAPTIST CIIURCII Mt. Aral Baptist Church,!
16th and I Havana; Northeast Florida Con- as general chairman and J.
UNITS SPONSORS PINEAPPLESIP Myrtle Avenue, May
16 by Milton Hood. This1 will be ference May 22, Ebeneser,AME a' j 9arl Morse, co-chairman. Alex-
the Church, Live Oak; East Florida ? ander Cottrell, secretary and J. I
first event
A Pineapple Sip will be presented in the

sponsored new church. Conference May 22 St. Stephens W. Walker, reasurer
by District 1 and Choir 1 .
AYE Church. The men have been divided Into -
of Abyssinia Baptist Church May The show will feature soe of a$' :tAT
two he American Lea-
18 at 3 p.m. in the. church base- the city's best dressed YOung groups
gue and the National League. The
ment. men and women There will be
chairman and co-chairman will
Some of the artists to, appearon moedls from Sanford, Orlando ELECT COMMUTES
serve as directors.MUSICALE .
program are: Mrs. Julia More- and Miami. FOR MEN'S DAY

lin. Ella Johnson, James' Davis, Sammie: .Davis and Ernest : TEA EVENT Guests who participated in the annual' tea sponsored by ...
W. D. Cannon Mrs. A. B.: Reed, Crosby will be among the male AT MT., OLIVE AMEThe the Vanity Social Saving Club last Sunday in the Wilder Park Recreation Centerare '

Mrs. Mamie Smith and Melvin models. The public is Invited to shown in the top photo. From Left are: Mrs. Mattie King Mrs. Earnestine Rice; PLANNEDBY

Grace. I attend the affair. Men's Day committee of Mrs. Dorothy Mae Whilley Mrs. Marie pothers Mrs. Bertha Ayus Mrs. Altamese CHURCH CHOIRBethel

Mt. Olive AME Church, elected Johnson and Mrs. Marie Wylis. Members o! the club are seen in the bottom photo

committees in a meeting recently. from left are: Mrs. Cora J. Gordon Mrs. Alfreda F. Simmons;. Mrs. Elizabeth Henderson. .. Institutional
William Moran is charman and Mrs. Jessie P. Joyner. Mrs. Ruth Townsend and Mrs. Alberta Foster. Baptist
LILLY'S DRUG STORE Church Young Adult tChoir will
Eddie Ford, co-chariman of the "
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committee.The --- present Miss Meltonia Cobb, Miss

1907 Kings Road at Annette Scott and the Stanto-
Spires
advertisements committee EVERGREEN CHURCH : CHURCH ,OF GOD YOUNG ADULT CHOIR
Music-Cho May 25, at 7:30 in the '
r i and: sponsors are: Harold Kenner- UNITS TO OBSERVE PLANS PROGRAMPlans PRESENTS MUSICAL church auditorium. .
ly chairman; Charlie Foster, cochairman (I
There Experienced'harmacists THEIR ANNIVERSARY
; Jake Simmons, Ed
have been made by the
: Prepare Aikens William and Earl
Harvey
4- Your Prescription Ac- officials and members 0 f the The Stanto. i-Cho nil be MISSIONARIESHOLD
Bochnran.: Music committee are: IONGLAW, GA. The auxiliaries > presented -
: *, ording to your doctor's s 'o" Fred Austin chairman; Felton of the Evergreen Baptist Church of God Auditorium for In a series nu'th.allay' MEET SUNDAYThe
the observance of the eleventh
nsiruciions .
Using Griffin,. ,co.chainna.nV; 1111 a m Church will observe their anni- scnted in a series musical, May
,. only the best anniversary of their pastor El-
;
quality > Boyd, Jamison. David versary. May 5-10 with the following Holiness Missionaries will
r George 25 the
Irugs. der Peter C Hickson.A by Young Adult Choir of
Palmer, and Maceo Kennerly.The churches conducting the meet May 4 in the First Born
program has been planned Bethel Baptist Church at 7:30:
finance committee are Dr.I services: Fab Church, St. Paul Temple. 825 W. Monroe St., at

Dr. C. I:. Black Pharmacists Dr. W. J. Graham James H.. Lewis, chairman, Eddie I' Methodist Church and Mt. Carmel far the affair which is sched- in the auditorium of the church. :3: p.m. with the president In
I uled to begin April 28 through
Ford Lewis Stukes Leroy Brown, Baptist Church. .. The program is being arrangedby charge of the eeting. '
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May
and* Dr. H. James Greene. Decoration Regular service will be conducted Mrs: Annett Espy director of Mrs. Joe Frazier will be the

A COMPLETE LINE OF: committee are Massey, May 11 beginning with Sun-! Services will be rendered by the group and will feature Miss speaker for the occasion and a

Cosmetics -:-.Rubber Goods -:- Candies .:. Sundries Hoffman chairman; Clarke New- day School at 10 am. with Edwin I the following churches: Churchof Meltonia Cobb and Miss Annette program will be presented.
some, co-chairman; Dennis Darl Way in charge. Rev G..M. Mizell God in Christ State Temple Scott as_the guest soloist for All missionaries have been invited *

PRESCRIPTIONS CALLED FOR AND DELIVERED ing Roger Hutchin, G. W. Bass. pastor will conduct the servicesat Church of God Writen in Heaven the occasion. to attend the meeting.

and David Earl. 11 ajn. and dinner will be Cedar Hurst Church of God
Francis Street Church of God in
served at 1 p.m. followed by Holy
Communion services at 3 p.m. Christ, Southside Church of God
WAR SURPLUS
in Christ, 'First Born Temple,

Church of the Living God and

the Eastside Church of God.
M MEN'S DAY DRIVETERMINATES
MAY, 28 I $1.00 LAY-A-WAY SPECIAL! I


BETHEL BAPTIST.
The annual Men's Drive I
K S which is in progress at Day the Mt.1 CHURCH TO PRESENT HOUSE PAINTRegular

Tabor Bapist Church will terminate -I 1 MOTHERS ON PARADE .

May 28 in the auditorumcf $5.95 Value

he church. "Mothers on Parade" will be II!
Charles as NOW . $199 {
Timmons will serve presented by the Seekers of

.' 'the chairman of the day's ac- Truth Class of Bethel Baptist 1

S -a' ; tivities. !Church May 11 at 8 p.m. in the "

I Rev S. L. Badger pastor of the I sanctudry of the church. DISHES 32-Pc. Set . . O95
S : Emanuel Baptist Churchill be I Mrs. :Magdalene Peters is the I

\1 \ : i the speaker for the morning wor teacher of the class and Mrs.
I Knee Rubber Boots $X50/ Pr.
s i ship. David Washington will I Thelma Hair Jones will be the
I iserve c \
as he guest superintendent II speaker for the occasion. Presidents -

and Julius Mack will review the and parens of the PTA'sof

lesson for. the Sunday School. the city have been invited to Work Clothes Boob

I attend and the president with I

'I the largest number of patrons I

LOCAL CHURCHES ','I I present will receive a corsage. I Wash Pants Coveralls
.
COTTON-DACRON CORD SUITS: for the occasion
Special guest 1
-:- THE IDEAL SUIT FOR SUMMER WEAR HELP SCHOOL BAND J will be the retired teachers of the 1 .
I I Dress Shoes Work Shoes
.:. COOL COMFORTABLE-GOOD LOOKING ONLY city. The Douglas Anderson I ,
\,, -:. WASH 'N WEAR % Four of the local churches School Band and Chorus, under i

::. z. .:- EASY TO TAKE CARE OF met on April 20 to hold a mass the direction of Mrs. Sadie Fields I
<** '- service. The offerings from this j I

i : _# $ O 0 meeting went to the Douglas Anderson Jeffers will be present., I II.I. WE HAVE THOUSANDS OF BARGAINS, .

School Band.
: ;i COLORS BLUE: t Participating churches and pastors CENTRAL CME BOARD i COME.IN AND BROWSE AROUND!
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,- Baptist Rev. Sol Cooper Way- Church: Board of Christian Education -

"' \ man Chapel AME Rev. E. Epps will celebrate its 12th VETERANS
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t \ ". end. Jersalem Baptist, Rev, Jake anniversary. May 4 at 3:30 p.m.

Ray I In' the church auditorium.A .

I MEH'S'S'tIOP: The offerings aounted to $111.- program will be presentedfor ARMY & NAVY STORE

11 and* was turned over to the the occasion and .invitations .
.527 BROAD STREET EL. 42407.JACKSONVILLE..FLORIDA, president 'of the Schools. Band 'have been extended to the public 20 /E.' Bay Street' \ ELgin=6:1,301Page ,

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AT: .E.W.C. .*-Y .3.' "I CHIN OPERETTA. :: OFFICERS: __- TO..HELP..BAND PLAN CELEBRATION 'CLOSES ANNUALi'COMMUNICATION -- SECOND 'BAPTIST.A .' _
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the Home Demonstration, clubs ese operetta in two acts,'will be Senior Hgh School held its regular Teachers 'Association of the 45th dist Church are making plans for musical" program will be :
i meetng. at Street Junior: and Senior High ORLANDO presented at Second 1
evening Baptist
The
Sunday ; Most Worshipful :
are making plans for the Leadership -* presented bi'e' Glee Club of Women's Day, which-will be celebrated
4.. pm in.theJames.Weldon-Johnson School will ,present their 'First'Annual Prince, Hall Grand' Lodgeof Church May 21, at 8 pjn. '
Training meeting, to 'be held New' Stanton Senior'High School Junior High School's' Intimate Spring Musical Auction May 25. Florida and its Masonic Juris- Feature on program will be the

In the library of Edward Waters I May 12, in the school ouditoroium. Theatre..Plans were made for .the May 5, in the a oo1'8 auditorium, The 'officers are: Mrs. Esther dicion Inc. has recently closeda St. John Baptist Church Choir .

College, May 3. The Role of a : The Bamboo; Princess is an Grand_ Reunion to be held at the at 7:30 'pjn. .';, Mae Chapman,, general chairman, very successful Annual Grand 3.
Leader will be' the theme for the J oriental musical comedy 'and it Beautiful Club Eldorado May 16at The Auction will consist of Mrs. Loraine Daniels cochairman Comunication In Orlando, Fla. at The program is sponsored by
occasion. baa. been produced: by both professional 8, pin. ", v articles I donated by t merchants Mrs. Barbara Holland which time rtqeded legislation he Junior Women Missionary of
"TId and amateur stock companies and individuals throughout the ; was passed.
The keynote address on Officers were elected 'as follows Second Baptist Church.A.
Role of a Leader in a changing'World' In most of the larger citiesin ;"Bennie, .').' Nickerson. president city, ,such : 'AS food;, clotting, secretary! ; Mrs. Hattie Singleton The following officers were
ill be given by Dr. AnnaE this country. Suspense comedyand Edmund Matthews," viceresident furniture, costume. jewelry, what., treasurer. Miss' Irene Ward C. elected: for the new Masonic Year

Spann associate dean of the mystery is combined with ;. 'Mrs Dorothy Bor- rots.;cosmetics and every kind L. Wilson, and Evalena Morrison, they are: Rev, L. W. Howard, C. Brinson 32', M.B.A. Treasurer
school of Agriculture and Home beautiful songs dances scenery roughs recording secretary, Mrs. of useful item that- can be financial committee and Mrs. Grand Master, Jacksonville; D.' Orlando.
Economics, Florida A end M University. and costumes. lola S: McMickins assistant sec- thought of for less than cost. Thoasina Williams will be the D. Jackson 32; Deputy Gr. Mas- Others from Jacksonville amonghe
The maor characters are: Jack retary. Mrs. Jessie Houston financial The'music will be furnished by pastor for the day. ter, Orlando; Rev., A. J.' Mack appointed officers were: Jerry
The afternoon session "Lets' Thompson Perry Bridges Joe secretary; Charles Nick the. band and the chorus: Guest 32; Secretary Deland; A, O. Terrell 33'. Grand Architect; RevA.

Talk It Over" will be given in Howard, Thomas Reliford, Verdell crson. Business manager; Mrs. artists that will appear' are the Jenkins 33, Treasurer.. Starke; F. Cummings 32', Assistant
group discussions as follows: Our Bake/Bailey Leon Ivory Annette Margaret: Day. Treasurer, Dr. Singing Postman, Yvonne Dan. AT PHILADELPHIA Rev T. R. Griffin 32, Gr ChaplainFt. Grand Chaplain, Bartow Woods
Responsibilitie as vice presidents Betty Ann Williams, Julia Robert: Covington, chaplain; Mrs. iels Johnny >Shaw: Venneda Pierce Walter Bullard 32 33', Member of Trustee Board.
Dr. Anna E. Spann; The Sec- Williams Albert Jones Charles Rachel H, Malloy, reporter, Arthur Royster and ,others. BAPTIST CHURCHChoir Grand Tyler, Pensacola; La\frence The next Communication will
reary and Her Job Miss FloyL. Warren Sue A. Matthews, Betty J. Ruffin, Sergeant at Arm; The band is under the directionof C. Williams 32', Grand Marshall be in West Palm Beach begin.
Britt, consultant;, Parliamen- McMillian. Clara Y. Walker Officers will be installed by Mr. Leonel Moore Richard Hadleyand Orlando; John E. Bradford 32', fling at '!Ugh noon", Tuesday
tary Procedures, Mrs. Sara .S. Beverly Taylor, Juelta. Walker, George B. Nairn Principal of A. Mrs. D. A. Jones. 1 of Philadelphia Baptist M.B.A. Secretary Jacksonville; April 3, 1959.WEEKEND .
Bonnie Calhoun and Dobert Ever Church will observe its
Parents and friends of the an-
Stewart consulant I. Lewis School on the night of
Reportingcur
; ett. the Reunion. I school and the general public are niversary May 11 in the church
Activities in the News, Uriah
The next will be held I urged to attend the affair for auditorium at 3 p.m.
Portee and Mrs. Beulah McCellan, meeting ,
consultants.A of Edward Waters College. Hay 6 at James Weldon Johnson the benefit of the band. A play entitled, "'Ma.gni.ticientMotherhood SPRING SPECIALS!
," will be presentedon
buffet luncheon wll be served This meeting will serve as the School at 8 p.m. ,
by students under the supervisionof county-wide actvity in observance Music:: will be furnished. by the program.directed by Miss SKIRTS PANTS
Luvenia Quarterman. The charac 3 99c 3
Mrs. Jessie M. Fears, head of of the 13th National Home Demonstration Skeet Hampton and his Combo SIMPSON CHURCH Or 99c
ters are: Miss Louise B. Wash.
the Home Economics Department I for the Grand affair. PLANS OBSERVANCEPlans SWEATERS
ington, Mrs. Bertha Brackett, Cleaned and Pressed
-- Prank Mathews, Mrs. Dorothy s Plain '

for National Family Haynes, Mrs. Annie Pearl Smith DRESSES. .
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).) u Night observance at the Simpson Charlie Smith, Jr., and Miss Mary SUITS . P lain 69c
69c
:: ir: Methodist Church are completed. Alice Blount. l\Ien's 2.plece
: .: Mrs. Beulah Califf and' Mrs. Prizes will be awarded to the LadIes 2.Plece Plain
Sadie Gadson will be in charge oldest and youngest mothers, and DRY FOLD
of the arrangements for the af the mother .who present the EVENING GOWNS LAUNDRY
'" fair. The observance will be held largest number of children.

: ,,:,,;; ,:. May 10 beginning at 7:30 p.m. $1 1.99 8e Per Pound
1 in the social hall of the church. Minimum 600
f Supper ill be served and all fam- Any KInd
ilies are asked to be present.A FOR YOUR S DAY SERVICE

cordial invitation has been DRIVER'S LICENSESOr FAST SERVICE AT STANDARD PRICES!

.y n extended to all of the friends to
: .t # Learning To Drive
.; came and join in the observanceend EOK CLEANERS
RATE
CUT
Z the theme for the year is AJAX DRIVING SCHOOL
.:. ss "Your Home-A Household for
1134 West 6th Street
God." 3 CONVENIENT LOCATIONS
ELgta 44)639)
(1)) 96' Broad Street (Between State 1& Dewdrop) ((2)) 801

e- MOUNT ZION CHURCH; GEORGE L. PERPENA, DIr. Main Street (3) S6SS l\oncrief Road (At 21th Street).

SLATES SERVICESHoly


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be held in he Mt. Zion AME SPECIAL!

.... r Church, May 4 at 6:30: p.m. with
the Rev A. D. Harris, pastor

{ officiating.The .
i' services will begin with '
I Sunday School at 9:30 ajn. and Solid Cypress Lawn or PatioFurniture

'1 : the Love Feast' 'service, will .beheld ....
a at 11 a.m. .and'Rer AT. D.
Harris ,will deliver the
t I t.r : :, sermons
: for the major services Choir 1
til and Usher Board l'ill serve
of boards of the church and class
; jj ; e throughout the day. All chairman AT TERRIFIC SAVINGS

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: YULEE The financial driveof
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rca the First Baptist Church will

terminate April 27. The services ,
: .. 1 will begin with Sunday School Z -- =====, ; -
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be in charge. ,. Y

The financial drive reports will

eI be made at 3 pjn. The evening ;,\ 3-PIECE
service will at
begin 7:30 p.m. '
LAWN SET
with devotional service conductedby
the deacons and the sermon J

will be delivered by Rev. D. V $ 98

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SAVING CLUB SETTEECHAI

MEET RECENTLY .. 2 RS

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, :I'he. Les Camellia Social Saving 1 "r DELIVERS I
Club meeting was held recently -
in the home of Mr. and Solid genuine cypress furniture at low,
Mrs. Bernard Thomas. low prices. Non-rusting galvanized nail 1

Mrs. Juanita Alexander presi- construction. Strong and sturdy. In natural ,
rs dent presided over the meeting.The finish. Get yours while the supply lasts. '

month of May is open for
Iri new members persons who wish .qjiL
to join are asked to meet in the
3-PIECE
home of Miss Deloris, Wright
1228 East Evergreen Avenue BARBQSET

,. Saturday night at 8:30 p.m.
v ai At the close of the meeting UEG.
$39.95
j the president expressed her ap- 4
t predation for the co-operation of
'to he members. Members present at
: the meeting were Mrs. Juanita $195 .

.I i ', ai Alexander president; Mrs. Mary .
L. Plese vice president; Mrs s'.

s Virginia Freemen, secretary; Miss $LOO
6RACE0 ''
Deloris Wright financial secretary -
I I < Mrs. May Willie Lee. Marshall DELIVERS T' ,
; Mrs: Idellia Jackson, treasurer SAVE!
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II lain and Miss! Carolyn Gamble

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EXTRA DAYS MEETThe .
FRIDAY & MONDAY
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Junior Women's District
Convention of the East Florida EVENINGS
WORK OF BIGOTS Dr. J., I. E. Scoii. superintendent of Negro Schools and Bethany Baptist' Association
and professor H. James Greene principal of: James Weldon Johnson are seen sur- will hold its extra day session
veying the damage done by ,dynamite blast "early Monday morning in the two May 15 in St; Thomas Baptist 'TIL A P. M.
top photos. Church.
In the bottom photos officers Eddie Bratburd points to the damage done Mis. Alberta. Williams win '1
to the home of Mrs. Kay Smith whose house backs the Jewish Center which was discuss the theme "Christ the

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MAN HELD FOR \coNTES1- HELPS. -- 1COMMENECEMENT- SPEAKERS I NBA INSTALLS ROBINSON SETSEUROPEAN I I PLAN PWCA MAY COMMITTES FESTIVAL




EASTER MURDER SCOUT FUND x Y4 NEW OFFICERS TRIP I II Committees of the Y W' C A

branch are making plans for the

I I w May Fesival to be presented in
Last Sunday evening April 27 ;
the The Madison Chapter of the FOR VACATIONNEW the Myrtle; Avenue Ball Park
In
ORANGE PARK James Hen-; local boyscouts participaed
7:45
New Homemakers 0 f America :May 19 at pan.
derson. alias Aaron Henderson I Literary Contest heldthe I
elected officers in a meeting re-
has been bound over to the i Laura Street Presbyterian r 'rf r Members of the committee are:

Fourth Judicial Court in Clay Church. .A' + cently. Miss Hortense Jones chairman;

County for action by a grand Contestants were William The officers were to be electedon YORK Sugar Ray Mrs. Julia Robinson, co-chairman;

jury in the fatal stabbing of Hen- Powell, first place winner Ben. an oratorical basis. The topic Robinson the world's middleweight Miss Artie Patterson, secretary;

ry Butler Simmons on Easter jamin Darby Jr. second place for the president, president presi champion Is completing :Mrs. Thomas McGee, Branch

David Wave third John Monroe dent-elect and vice president was chairman Mrs. Florence Dixon,
morning over a $2.50 debt. ;
Education Is Essential: To I plans to take his vacation in Europe -
At the preliminary hearing here fourth and Fred Brown fifth. Branch: Executive Director.
Homemakers". and all discussions of a return
witness testified that Simmonswas The program was sponsoredby
The candidates for secretary, Mrs. Wilson Baker. Mrs Olivia
Club for match with Carmen Basillio
unarmed when the knifing the Junior Reading
treasurer parliamentarian reporter Baldwin Mrs. Evelyn Barnes,
I took place. Witness also said the purpose of raising funds for is: out until he returns to the I
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No. sergeant-at-arms and historian Mrs. Ester Grant Miss Priscilla
that Henderson grabbed Simmonsin atheletic equipment for Troop country after the summer.
spoke on "Why Should All Jones Emmett Reed, Alvin
the collar with one hand and 44.
Teen-agers Take Homemaking." White, Emerson Bryant, Mrs.
held the knife in the other when The guest speaker for the evening Negoiations have not really
Sheriffof The candidates are: Alma Keys :Mable Oliphant :Mrs. Vivian
Simmons told Henderson he did was Dale Carson, started on return bout Sugar
exercises a
Belhune-Cookman.. commencement
College
Rosa Jessie Cain Toasi
whe spoke on, and Lueva Glee president; Wesley, Mrs.
not have the money. When the Duval County and the will be held May 26, at 10:00 am. in Moore Gymnasium.The Glee and Nancy Morgan presi. Ray paid a visit to the international and Mrs. Julia Friall Wallace.
wUness shouted o Simmons to juvenile delinquency commencement speaker will be the Dr. Martin
of youth. dent-elect; Mary C. Frazier and Boxing Club offices to
run Henderson released his grip. wholesome development Luther King Jr., left, pastor 0 f the Dexter Avenue Mary L. Brooks vice president; -
included congratulate Truman K. Gibson,
When Sin mons started to run he Other platform guest Baptist Church and president of the Montgomery Im- Carrie L., Aikens, Doris I* Dix- j
fell and Henderson leaned over Releford McGriff local attorney the who was named president of the
Scoutmasterfor privement Association. Dr. King was selected by on and Earnestine Smith, Ser- Real stateLOANS
and knifed him. The woundedman Jonathan Forahee. Times Magazine as one of the most outstanding per- geant-at-arms; Mary H. Womackand IBC recently. The fight wasn't
and ran to a neighbors Troop 44, Dr. R. E. Smith, :
got up sonalities of the
year. Rubelle McDaniel, parliamentarian discussed. $
$
Dr. H. H.
with Henderson purei- Dr. Daniel Lauray, .
house Dr. E. J. Pendegrass, right. p as tor 0 f the First Nezzie L. McKinney and
him shouting 'Til kill you." Satterwhite and Dr.. G. F. Wa- ; Basilio told a group of fight
ting Methodist Church. Orlando, will be the baccalaureate Barbara J. Aikens, song leader. $1.000 $2.000 $3,000 _

Witness also state that the neighbor ters.Judges for the contest were: speaker on Sunday. May 25, at 3:00 p.m. Dr. Pendegrasshas Teretha Harmon and Juanita funs in Syracuse that he wanted $4,000 up to 25,000

kept Henderson from enter- P. G. Cave Mrs. Winona served secretary of the Florida Conference of Evan- Bennett reporter; Brenda Miller. 25 per cent of all receipts should Payable $1.00 per mo. per hun-
Mrs.
ing the house. Mrs. Louise Guin- gelism since 1948 and is a trustee of Florida Southern and Shellie Johnson, historian. the two meet again, that negotiations dred on unpaid balance at 6%.
Simmons was dead on arrivalac Alexander and the
College, a Member of the Atdvance Committee of
were: hadn't started and that Let us help you to complete
Soloist appearing
Duval Medical Center. Henderson yard. Florida Conference and the General Board of Evange-
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; was arrested the same day.', Walter K. Harper and Mrs. Mo- lism. r he planned to take Mrs. Basilio your house or refinance
ushers !Religion years in the same place.
zella Meachum. Serving as Best
Both Speakers will address a class of 109 graduatesin \ to Chicago for an ear operationin

MAN SINKS TEETHIN :I Mrs. Mrs.Sallie Lotie Hall Kennedy.B. Gilbert and Moore Gymnasium.RECEIVES I Cure For RisingAlcoholic May. Call -


I HIS OPPONENT A contribution to the Atheletic Rate Sugar Ray has given the mean J. P. YOUNG
FELLOWSHIP FACULTY MEMBERS'AUTOS I
Fund for Troop No. I _
A FIGHTA I Equipment \
DURING
option for his next fight It Mr. Simmons or Mr. Walsh
44 was received from Dr. James yMtf. Rtl4: -v--
i.KAY DAMAGEDVandals
Proof that the religious ap calls for Robinson to receive 42- Main and Monroe
H. Lewis of the AfroAmericanLife still is the best methodfor
fightwhich occurred at 4th Insurance Company. :. proach curing alcoholics was advanced 1/2 per cent of everything. 212 Masonic Temple Bid*.

and Davis Streets last Tuesday Mrs. R. E. Smith the-former x: damaged the cars of in New York at the first Robinson and his party will sail Phone EL R-8014
ended with one man being takento public meeting of the National EL 3391
Duval Medical Cener for treat- librarian for the Duval wunty. five faculty members at the Council on Alcoholism by a spec- for Europe on June 21.

Public Library .spearheaded the James Weldon Johnson School on ialist in human rehablliation. .
ment for bites inflicted by the Cecil C.
Major
and trained the con- Salvation Army
program .
other party in the fight. F, :< $ 4 April 23 during the school hours. Briggs manager of the Men's
testants.
Curtis Raiford. 44, of i859: Davis : The identy of the three youthsseen Social Service Center Chicago
said that "old-tashioned conver-
WILSON & SON
Street the operator of cutting and scratching the sion" remains the most dramaticand

the Thomas Confecionery at 1400 : PRESENTS CHARTER park cars with knives is still un- effective method of rehabil-

Davis Street, was engaged in a itation. Quality Shoe Service
flgh with Lucious Martin, and TO MUSIC! COLLEGEThe known. Further evidence comes from
Florida, where
St. Petersburg
Raiford suffered a severe bite The damaged cars belonged to Bob Bell heads the Christ for -:- .
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over his right eye and a minor Formal presentation of the x > Emma George, Ruth Mae Bella: Alcoholics camW'I n. With the DYEING AND REFINISHING

bite wound in right thigh charter to Bddens College of my, H. James Green, Edith Trav- help of few his wife volunteers '" ORTHOPEDIC WORK
Raiford was taken to Duval Music. was held in the Friendly and a
Wiz '
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INVISIBLE SOLES
Bell is
er, and W. H. Adams. ,
Medical Center for treatment. Baptist Church, April 25, at 8 issuing regularly y .

Both men were arresed for fight- printed mes :

ing.Patrolmen p.rn.Mr..William Hoskin president of &1 7 f sages those of suffering hope tc 2935 Myrtle Avenue Telephone ELgin x-7075

E. Jefferson and C. Jacksonville College of.Music was : torture of
the
Kenneth S. Wilson
Mgr.
Ronald Bailey of Florida A and DODGERS CJNTJNROSEBORO J .
Sea investigated the speaker for the occasion. The I alcoholic addic ...
has been awarded I 'F
M University, I tion. Bell's crusade
Darnell-Cookman Band and String )
R Woodrow Wilson Fellowship by started in t
\ Ensemble were featured on the .
1950. after -.k
April.
the Woodrow Wilson National
TO
LET US BUILD program and the Parents Club of he was set Bob Bell You Don't Have Go Town Get
YOU A BEAUTIFUL of Darnell-Cookman were special National Fellowship Foundation. free by the prayers of Tulsa's to to to
Bailey is a senior political science Oral Roberts. In gratitude he
2 3 BEDROOM
or guest. from Fort Pierce. He plans j founded Christ for Alcoholics
CONCRETE BLOCK: major REPLACE CAMPYLOS national
HOUSEWe The college will hold its first to pursue graduate work in political which campaign has to become aid fellow a sufferers. LOW PRICES
session of Summer Music School
science at the Universityof Bell's campaign is aided by the
will take a lot or your beginning June 16 through July Illinois this fall. nation's journalists since he secures '

house In trade. 25. The following subjects and ANGELES A huge task the names of people who DRUG STORE NEEDS
LET US COMPLETE TOUR need help from the police blotter
instruments will be taught: Flute, has fallen upon the shoulders of
SMITH APPOINTED in the nation'snewspapeM.
published
listings
HOME THAT YOU HAVE ALREADY Clarinet, Oboe Bassoon, Alto and 24-yearold John Roseboro who is His entire time is On Your

STARTED GASH Tenor Saxophone Trumpet, being counted on to fill the shoesof spent in sending testimony of his
Trade With Your Store
Neighborhood
WILL BE PAID FOR YOUR French Horn, Trombnne Baritone the injured Roy Campanella, deliverance and attempting to Drug

--EASYTERMS Bass Horn, Drums Bell cne of the greatest catchers whoever I raise With money eight million to pay alcoholics for postage.in WE WILL MEET ANY PRICES ADVERTISEDIN

Lyra, Voice Theory, Pre-Piano 3 lived. I the United States it's not surprising ,

FLA. SUN-SASH Piano and Typing.A As a mask-and-pad man Rose-. Bell says that Alcoholismhas YOUR LOCAL PAPERS

tutoring service have been : Lore ho won two letters in foot', reached the unsavory recordof
the fourth killer of the
CONST. : being
CO. set up by-the board of directors : ball at Central State College' nation's ceoole.SHOWING.

COMPLETE HOMEIMPROVEMENTS in related subjects. Special classes (Ohio), could possibly be the Dixie Pharmacy

will' -organized for children answer to the prayers of Manager I AT STRAND
I
7 W. 21st St.-Just off Main who need help in Reading Eng- Walter Alston and the DodI 1302 KINGS ROAD at MYRTLE AVENUE

EL 54777 EL 6-8319 lish, Arithmetic and other sub gers front office who feel the PHONES EL 5-5397-98
x absence of he.
jects. great Campanellavery
ruCharles We Deliver -, We Also Fin All Doctors' Prescription
keenly.

Roseboro. who is considered avery PAY YOUR LIGHT, WATER AND TELEPHONE -

weak hitter, batted only BILLS AT OUR STORE

DR. LEE MANDEL d .145 in 35 games as a Dodgerlast r

season, but there were no

OPTOMETRIST complaints made about his abilityas

a catcher. Manager Alston

Announces The Opening Of His Offices bald: "he is Tine handler of pitchers ax'i YOU'LL ENJOY EATINGAT

of course he is no CampaneMa .
J. Smith, IIL directorof
AlA But who is?" 4 ry,
public relations at FloridaA = DIXIE'SLUNCH
Prior to Joining the Dodgersin
NEW. CONVENIENT LOCATION &: M University has been
1957 he posted a .273 bat
appointed to a special sub.c.mmitten -
128-A'West Forsyth Street :-: Jacksonville. Florida: of the American Association mark at Montreal and when he COUNTERAND
broke in at Shebeygan WIS.. his

Office ELgin 4-3988 -:-. Residence FLanders 9-1809 of Land-Grant Collegesand :.365 was among the top in the
State Universities lie has .
circuit. The following year at
assist the assedation's
been named to '
Centennial Steering ,Great Falls be again went over AND HOME MADE

:the three hundred ark with a
Committee (Chancellor Cliff,- DO-NUT

end M. Harding University of I.310. '
J.MOJ It was Roseboro's stick workat s, STAND
Nebraska, chairman) in planning
Montreal in 1956 which attracted .
for the celebration of the
100th anniversary of the passage the attention c=t the Doris Day (above) stars in Made Fresh Every Hour

of the Mommill Act in Dodgers fron oft ce. That season Warners' tcchnlcolr riot, TAJA3IA "A Treat That Yonll Repear

he knocked 25 over the fence GAME" showing first
1862. (Photo by Rdppoport"
Studio.) and most. of them down the run Sunday through Saturday LUNCHES SANDWICHES

stretch. at the Strand. Main featureis

Our liberal His big bat continued to at- the new adventure thriller,

earnings very are com Each account to. JAIL TERM GIVEN tract w'de attention don in Vene- also in technicolor, "LEGENDOF SPECIAL SUNDAYJMmSSERffi

CURRENT RATE .Insured up to ,0. zula during the winter months. TIlE LST" starring John
pounded S e m I-
Savings $10000 by the TAMPA WOMAN Upon joining the Dodgers during', Wayne, Sophia Loren and Ros- CHICKEN
Annually on Fe'deral
Savings the 1957 campaign., John went sano Brazzl. This outstandingmovie
In this Association '
which 1 s 31/2010 and LoaD Insurance TAMPA Emma Z. Hillerywas into a batting slump and just will play through Saturday -

chartered and supervised Corporation sentenced to spend six aa: he came out of it to blast his l Slay 10th, and will be $1.29 .

authorized by an first circuit clout he 11-14 with MOM'S
by the OF DIVIDEND months in the county jail for ajor league- followed Slay
act of Congress. state welfare laws. fractured a fiI ger. The Injured Tad Brynner stance, "BROTH'
U. 8. Oirenunent. violating 2 Ibs Broiled or BarB-Q
:Mrs. Hillery .received 6738.50 ringer caused him to miss a full ERS KABAMAZOV." -SWAPPING .

of welfare funds over a period Western swing. WIVES an altNegro

of seven years which she was The 5ft. llin. 180-p under has dramatic comedy play will be

not entitled. good left-handed power and is is presented on stage at the

nil 111VIHUH \ Judge Grayson said the viola believed by' the Dodgers top men Strand matinee and evening on

.mil I fi.utI. tion was only a misdemeanor that just as soon as Roseborocan Thursday and Frday only Dixie Pharmacy

despite the money involved fe- regain his hitting power, he Slay 15-16, for adults only.It .

I -iT-- i'' r Ft lonies' are more serious crimes left by the absence of Campa- is an outstanding'production .

and are punishable by terms instate will be, .the_ man. to.th4. gap and admission will be We IncL Kings Road and MyrtlePap
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I,: Akin -Marti ?1ez To Fight, For.Welter\Veight Title I






,i f. r 6E WINNER WILL WEAR THE CROWN ;

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VACATED BY CARMEN BASILIO .


% Efy C. Parham Johnson-


II I I : y i r r NEW YORK welterweight title will be at stake

s 4 4 a5r5'4 June 6, In St. Louis wLen Virgil Akins and Vince Martinez ; -

'. e meet in the finals. of the elimination fights for the
PARHAM JOHNSON
BY C.
welterweight title left: vacant when Carmen Basilio gave

the lock and up the belt to fight Sugar Ray Robinson for the middle-
From the day Branch Ricky greased _
f the hinges on the gate that closed the Negro baseball .. ; weight crown.
WILLVEAR'
players out of the major leagues and It flowed open and INNER TIlE

admitted Jackie Robinson there has been a steady flowof I .Y a qR.L :.' CRWN ment. Martinez beat Gil Turner
A ,..,, ,.>>, and then A bye into the final
Negroes into the major. ; : + The International Boxing Club
.. ... round. Akins stopped Cuba's Isaac
TAN PLAYERS have made andbroen ,:,' .. announced the site and date and
Logart,: in 2.53 of the sixth roundat
hatn 20 bases in a season ((51 .
said each fighter will rereeve a
records that have been an Madison Square Garden :March
asset to the various teams and home runs and 24 solen bases in minimum of $30,000 for the 15- 21 to earn a shot against Martinez

the men who did the jobs. Not 1055). Sporting News named R round bout. Half of the guarantee'

team in the major leagueshas will come tram the radio-tele
one Mays National League "Rookieof Akins 30 has scored three
vision (NBC) handled the IBC
had kick the brandof by
one on the Year" in 1951; Major League straight knockouts. He stopped
ball the tan stars have been ahd the $15,000 from St. Louis
Player of the Year in 1954; former welterweght; king Tony
Promoter Jones.St. .
playing. Outstanding Player in1' 1954 and Emery DeMarco twice before meeting

TIlE COLUMN this week serveas League's Most Valuable Playerin Louis will be blacked out Logart. His record is 47 won, 17

a reminder to the fans of 1954. of the telecast. Jones, however lost and 1 draw including 27

some of the records that have LARRY DORY of the Cleve- is gambling; that the fight will knockouts.The .

been made and broken by tan landlndians tied major League The Matthew W. Gilbert High School track and field team is developing intoa be able to craw well. The St. inner of the June 6 fightat
Louis Cards be home the
will on
stars. record for strikeouts (5) in one strong competitive force and from the stowing they have made since starting out the St. Louis Arena win be

} ERNIE BANKS Chicago Cubs! game on April 25, 1948; tied they will be ready to meet all comers. S ice Gilbert became a high school it has same Phil night lies.playing the Philadelphia crown the new welterweight
established major i American League record for few. of the world.JIH.
shortstop a champion
turned out some of the strongest athletic teams in the state and the track and field
M Akins
is resident of St. Louis
league record for hoe runs with est errors (2) by an outfielder a
bases loaded with five during the during a season; established teams will be no exception. Reading from left in the picture (front) Earl Dennis and Martenez is from Patterson

) 1955 season. The tall slender American League record of 164 Bobby L. Bailey. Ather Sampson Wilbur Williams Bobby Newsom Daniel Scott N. J.

p Texan hit his grand slammers consecutive errorless games and Julius Mack;. (Back row) George Price Donald Dixon. Louie Hill. The team is serving "Jones is certain that the bout

on May 11 and 29, July 17, Au- during 1952, tied loop record with warning that it will be ready to meet any high school: in the future. will draw, said Truman Gibson,
gust 2, and September 19. He 11 strikeouts in single season. president of the nBC. "That's

set a new home run record for Doby began career with Cleveland why he is guaranteeing each
League record for giving up most Eddie Machen Zora Folley, Willie
shortstops by clouting 44 in 1955. was traded to the Chicago White i I $15,000 against the privilege of
HARRIS SEEKSA
bases on balls ((185)) 19-
during
He holds the major league record Sox, then to Baltimore and now 55. Pastrano and Nino Valdes. Win- 30 per cent of the gate."
back Cleveland for the 1958 of all 22 of his
for most consecutive gaes play. to ner pro fights The date for the title fight

ed from the start of his major season AL SMITH, of the Chicago I SHOT AT THECHAMPIONSHIP Harris ranked third by he NBA comes seven months after the

; league career (424), September SAD SAM JONES, the St. White Sox hit a home run as I and fourth_by Ring Magazine. world championship boxing committee .

j 17, 1953, through August 10, 19- Louis Cardinals pitcher pitcheda lead-off batter in second gameof I D'Amato has said he has five set up a sue an tourna

56. no-hit, no run game againstthe 1954 World Seriestyingtyinga
different deals the fiire that
on
WILLIE MAYS, The San Fran Pittsburgh s Parietia 5- series mark.

cisco Giants great outfielder was the Pittsburgh Pirates in 1955 ROY CAMPANELLA-Los. Angeles he is working on, but he declinedto

first the player to hit more than while on the Chicago Cubs roster. Dodgers critically injured l give names, dates or sites.

50 home runs and steal more He established modem National catcher established ajor league NEW YORK There is a He said several fights he had
strong belief currently going the NOW OPEN!
records for catchers In the following lined up in the past were torp

departments: Has hit 242 rounds that undefeated Roy Har- .
eaoed by premature disclosures.Cus _
homers during his major league ris of Texas stands a chance to

Places career, more than any catcherin get a shot at Heavyweight Champion said also, that several
[LT' Going National League hisory. He Floyd. Patterson sometime Texans including Gordon Mc-

won Most Valuable Player London a radio-television figure,
Awards In 1951. 1953 and 1955. during thes suater.The24yearold .
and a number of oil en, had talked
He set another league mark by
school teacher- to him about a possible fight.
appearing behind the bat nine PALMS
fighter 'from Cut Ant' Shoot has I
straight years in 100 or more .
games. He led National League cne good thing in his favor. He
4 'r ::ts
( catchers in double plays in 1948 hasn't been declared ineligible by .

and tied in 1951. He set World Patterson's manager, Cus D'-

I Series mark by handling most Amato. If Roy and his manager Your OF JACKSONVILLE
chances accepted by ((56) by a
Lou Viscusi remain silent for a
catcher; tied Micky Cochran's !
record of 14 putouts in a single while they will nave a better LuckyNumbers (FORMERLY THE 2-SPOT)

,.;. World Series game. Holds Na- chance of getting the title fight,

t : + UonalLeague mark for most,years Of the leading contenders,
a ?S f in
leading putouts. top commentators believe. DANCING NIGHTLYON
,
.po' ;HANK AARON-Mil w auk e e
D'Amato ruled out
t Braves sensational outfielder-in- already has
Lucky Days Lucky Colors
t fielder, named
was "top player"in BY ASTROLOGYIn
the National League in 1956,
Your WeeklyHOROSCOPE STAGE ATTRACTION
and as an outfielder on an all '
GUIDE
star major team. 50 16 86
SANDY AMOROSBrooklyn Seed $2.00 for your Horo
342 66 -' 751 scope Guide with lucky num. Brown
Lodger: outfielder tied the major

league record for assists by outfielders bers, lucky days, lucky colors. NappyAND

in one inning ((2)) duringa Watch, This Clown, Enclose a stamped envelope.0 .

i game played on Septeber 17.
1955. He made a spectacularcatch -0-
7 + 1
of during seventh game of 19-

,n ,55 World Series that was voted 4 I 3 In and Mall to: HIS ORCHESTRA .
by the Sporting News as out
(
4 3 IZODIAO
) standing sports thrill of the year. _
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a GENE BAKER, Pittsburgh PIrates P. O. Box 732Jacksonville ADMISSION______ 75c-MONDAY Thru THURSDAY90c
35 23 49
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infielder tied major League
Friday Saturday. Sunday and Holidays
,. record for most put outs by sec- 618 37 975 1, Fix

\, ._. cnd baseman in a game ((11) I .
a ? ) May 27, 1955 while a memberof Sometimes he's op Name ....................... SAMMY DOUGLAS

the Chicago Cuzbs roster. Sometimes he's down ADDRESS .................. Master Of Ceremonies '
I IBS RUST nASA It CURVED TO FIT TOUR fOCttT. PINT SIn HALT PINT TOO. JUNIOR GILLIAM-Los Angeles He adds, subtracts .
COST .NO EXTRA. AltO COWS WITH GOlD I JICGOt W. He works It al) around City State ........v.........
t Dodger infielder established league

record for most on balls in Coming Attraction Birthday ................... SPECIAL I
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a season by a rookie-100 in 1053. I
and Handsome! Irs the 10 21 89 month & day
Slimjrim He was named by the SportingNes m I SUNDAY 3:30 TO 6:30 P. M.

1 : the National League Rookie

of the Year in 1953. I TEENAGE MATINEE ,

I DAN BANK1D2AD. pitchingfor I II

Old Kentucky Tavern the Brooklyn Dodgers in 19- I ADMISSION _____ ______u_______ ___u___ ._u.____ _umu__ SOc "
47, hit a home run in his first

trip to the plate in he majors I POSTIVELY NO ADULTS

It came against Pittsbuwrgh, Au: !

!: Pocket Flask way'to gust 26.THE.
-smart RECORDS IU YEAL'('

TIlE RECARDS REVEAL, II .
I COMING NEXT WEEK
that all of the Milwaukee Braves'

have this fine Bourbon batting marks except two (most ,
always hoe runs and runs batted in for 4 STARTING MONDAY. MAY 3 ,I IJ
tEFdd >four boat wt
J one season) were held by Hank
r Aaron. He has posted the highest r. .a }cnah.

: on hand. Every drop x batting average, .328 (1956)); I II
rapped out he most bits 2000 ?11Iii J ARNETT COBB

(1956); He has the longest bat- _

} Jmed.fo.gerfection ting streak, 25 games (1956); t .. I AND HIS ORCHESTRA -
hit the most doubles. 37 ((1956); .. .
I .
highest number of riples 14
1 (1956). and he also holds the s ... ,.. ltrot Mil. ieL7A DELLS

7 fuR years I -i record .for the number of total THE
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'': : bases In one season,, .369 (1957) w :..

Hank's name tops the list for the _
J home runs and_ runs batted in _
<. os runs scored, 118 (1957). The --- VISIT -
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records are held by Eddie Matthews
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He hit 47. home runs in CATO THE CHEF .
\,! .-......... 1953; the same season he set the .
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-&-- RBI.. mark of_JIS5. AT THE.PALMS 'DINING- HO'OM ,

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Page Four THE FLORIDA:STAR We. Saturday. May 3, 1958

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GOVERNOR REMINDS WOMAN IS'ATTACK theft of 18 hogs from the Lake

SHERIFF OF DUTY A '31-year-old woman was attacked I POLICE REPORTS, Butler section.

and cut on her left thigh The other youth has been bound

Off The Blocks hst Saturday by a man ho was ever) to Circuit Court on grand
Chips TALLAHASSEE -' Again Gov.
LeRoy Collins had to recommendto waiting: in the from room for her larceny charges. Juvenile Conse-
M return home. MAN BEj VTV: AND ROB' ED for Joe Hudsons aid: "Juveniles
the Sheriff of Manatee Countj
E under 14 ,nnot be transferredto
f
Baden to his Miss Lillie Mae Brown of 1140 BY TIJIMIE TEENAGERS
Roy keep deputies
by "jay Jay""It m in line. Haines Street told police when .WILLIE DAN ROBERTS, 33, Circuit Court
home Baker,
she came Henry
Several Incidents have occurredto
I cf 817 Wfl. Monroe Street, suffered
: r-iiq' warrant the governor's actions. her boy friend whom she had ROOM FOR RENTThree
from for abouta I injuries of the head when
The beginning was that of the teen separated unfurnished' rooms. $5.75
Ku Klux Klan's demonstration in week was waiting for her and beaten with a piece of pipe in each including lights. Phone EL
can't happen here" 'hisis faculty at New Santon and a i jumped on her and cut her. I the hands of a white teenager -8n.'
the .county, and, now the visitsof
a sock phrase whenever folk member of Gamma Rho Omega the deputies to the homes of Police said they had her check. who in the company, of two other
Duval Medical Center and teenagers beat and robbed .
begin to compare their places of Chapter of AKA. migrant workers who were accused ed at
advised her to take out a war- him at Cleveland and Adams .
alode with For information of being Negroes married ROOM FOR RENT
Utopia. your Memo to the Sheriff: Folks lant. Streets at 9:30 p.m. last Tues
tu white women forcing them to Furnished or Unfurnishedrooms.
114J it did 'happen here. are about day.
: complaining a speed
produce marriage licenses and five Room House. Phone
You must have guessed by now trap which appears to have been suggested to them that they<1 Patrolmen O. Bowman and A EL 46515APARTMENT :

that we are talking about the set up on New Kings Road in leave the area. REV. II. COBB ASKS 1:. James reported Roberts, who

recent bomb tossing. Most Jaxons the Pickett Dlnmore area.. More In the letter to the Sheriff was treated at Duval Medical
Are you worried over money FOR RENT
Collins said 'It is the of Center lost $44 cash.
trancelike duty'
were existing in a
and more complaints are comingin matters, strange unnaturalevil Furnished room for rent. Couple
law enforcement officers to
state watching the turbulant concerning the County Patrol. protect influence? Do you fail only. Hot and cold water. Nice
the citizens in their constitutional
South boil all around them. In man and the Second District law in your Undertak ng. Are Location. EL -1786.
rights to live in peace BOY. 13, IS SENT TO
in love. Do
sick
fact Jacksonville was an osasnIn you unhappy
enforcement officers who appar. end free of interference regardless REFORM SCHOOL FOR HOG
A of the
tip Pepsi Cop e troubled desert, a place not allow these bad conditions -
to these outstanding where the Negro population lolled cntly are working together. of their race, color or creed." to continue when thereis STEALING G Unfurnished house. Four bed
young Americans who The letter also said "I strong rooms. One small bedroom. Din
make our country and and grazed on the green grassof Nightly persons are stopped In rest for your troubled
better the of the Club- ly recommend however that you It Ing room, kitchen big hall and
our community a complacency. There were a vicinity Country mind. Write me today.
place In which to live: Ribault take whatever steps you consider GAINESVILLE FLA. A 13- bathroom. $20.00 a .week. Phone
few seers who tried to call the Supper Club-Shady Oak will be the answer to your -
it :people to arms and told them Jo area. Most of the charges are necessary to prevent a recurrence prayerS. Send $2 donmion \ear-ld youth was ordered by EL 51109.

.** :get prepared because the day was flimsy until the victim bristles, these of such conduct othe by with problems. You also will juvenile authorities to be committed -

coming. We ignored the call to then the serious charge of "re- deputies or any member receive, my blessing in Num to the Marianna school ROOM FOR RENT
of staff in the
arms but now the segregationists slating arrest" Is slapped on him. your future bers. Send your birth date. I for boys last Wednesday after FURNISHED Nice room all

have hurled the challenge direct Fines start at $25 and go as REV. H. COBBS, P. O. Box he pleaded guilty to hog theft. modern oon\enienees. Good lO<<"&-

ly at the Negro population.It high as $200. Oh yes fines go as LOST and FOUND 307, Dept S, Edwardville, The youth and his 16-year-old tion. Single man preferred. Phone
FOUND One key with Replicaof
paid at the home of the JP in Kansas. companion were arrested last EL 5-7824.
is to bombs because whiskey bottle on chain: at
folly light
Dinsmore before release is
a oaIDed. Wednesday and charged with the
f. unfortunately there are Ribault Supper Club
laws tp protect the good white Apply Florida Star. I

law breaking bombers and be- There is nothing 'we can do FIRST T"MIDNIGHT

.f cause modem crime detection about the Second District, but Ritz Theatre
RUN RUN
TRIAL BEGINS
methods make it possible to seek the Road Patrolman's superiorscan REFRIGERATORS i

out all black perpetrators of get him in line. He is a rep FOR MURDERERAt SERVICED HORROR SHOW!"
resentative of the Sheriffs office.
crimes. The only way to fight AND
i back Is with the ballot. The books .ABOUT TOWN: We often say the first degree murder REPAIREDCALLP0.4.0127 SAT. NIGHT MAY 3 -t SEATS 50c

SYMANTinA lOCKS Iff' will reopen on the second of "tune flies" but don't realize just trial of Charlie Hall, a witness. DOORS OPEN 11:45

Douglas Anderson Junior *' June. Every Negro Jaxon must how much. Hardly seems like Dewitt Swilley testified that the, REGULAR SHOWING SUN. TUES.

High School make himself a committee of one three years have gone by but three watchdogs at the Sherman

Tribute Is paid to Symanthla I to aid in "getting out the vote." Bernice Tobin stopped to tell us Concrete Pipe Company Plant, S THE BRIDE -

of the 9th grade class. She Miss Clara IT was successfully that she will receive her RN from 97 Baker Avenue led him to dis

is an honor student a mem. launched by Ben Durham, Jr. Grady Hospital next month. Her cover the shotgun-blasted bodyof HELP WANTED OF JUNGLE w

ber of the Journalism Club. w.... last week. Ben and his boys did plans are unsettled but she is Charlie Lee Ward, night

This charming young lass is most of the work on his new thinking service-ise. watchman for the, company. HORROR;

a member of the Glee Club cabin cruiser. Last week, the FLASH Jennell Saunders and Swilley testified when he arrived 5 WELL EDUCATED WOMEN -
and to become >* Joe Weson made
plans a it official last
craft took
to the Wedidn't
waters.
at the plant at 5:45 a.m. FOR SALES WORK ?HE
Nun Wednesday.At
+e *
catch any fish but we hada the dogs began barking at him,

-*********** lot of fun. Robert Brymer long last a dream has come. then after they recognized him HIGHEST EARNING I /

rif and Albert Frazier reported on true. Edward Waters College has ran to the door of the watch 1 AND BEASIiom
f- I CALL EL 6-8810 THE
board for a boat ride. a new bus. The vehicle is athing man's office and waited until he
; Alonzo "Duck" Davis stoppedby looked in 9 LANCE FULLER CHARLOTTE AUSTIN
of beauty. It can carry 36 where he saw the bodyof _
to tell us that 'Duck's Ocean- passengers and is decorated in the caretaker slumped in a

t Va Inn" will have its grand opening the schooll colois. President Stewart chair with a lighted flashlightstill HELP WANTEDMAIDS THE Q100D QATH THAT SHOOK THE WORLD'

I : this Sunday. Mama Duck, announced that the choir will in his hand. COOKSHOUSEWORKERS The Picture

iiFI.: : i Papa Duck and all the gang will] leave shortly and tour the statein Hall who was formerly employed That Rips Tie t, e
be on hand to I +
serve you again the Needed at once for steady
new bus. They plan to at the Icompany was arrested Iron Curtait..With -
this On the other positions with private families
year. end of the "sing up a bus" as Fisk formerly two days later and confessed Every Tartars
beach Williams Guest age 21 to 45 only you
Lodge Is "sang up buildings." We hear to the shooting of Ward afterWard will live-In on the premises Revealed!
bustling. By the way Sheriff that plans are afoot to place the had chased him from the with your own room, meals
I Youngblood has his hound and all salaryto
gs third year in EWC in the "hear company property.The privileges
t. ii''c are all tuned and start up to $200 per month t
< up waiting for future with plans for a fourth county medical examiner ...transportation to New York
the
FREDDIE BARTLEY pigeons to come aflying. and final year to be added later. testified that Ward died of internal advanced and a good job S
For the Jazz fans, dig the new Jacksonville Florida
needs Write
iC and should bleeding as a result of numerous guaranteed. -
Douglas Anderson Junior four record IP's called 'Ella Sings have Domestic Supply. Box 323, w M1@D .1iSTS hCTue
a senior college. Lets all wounds apparently inflicted tauu slue as en pin lmri
K High School the Duke It can be for Lakeland Florida or phone .
: yours support OUR hometown. school by a shotgun.COLLEGE :Mutual 1-9131. Ban eamee 5Llla flu
iC Freddie Is a member of he a cool twenty leaves. Downbeat EWC.

iC 9th grade class of which he gives the platter a five star re- -.

J is president. lie is a member view. In addition to Ella, the The Taxi strike is still rock

ic 7' of the Industrial Atrs sides feature the great Ellington ing along. Neither side will givein. TO HOLD 1958 SOUTH ATLANTIC LEAGUE

Club. Student Council and band, Barney Kessell, Ray Brown We must take our hats off SPECIAL PROGRAMFOR

4 C the National Honor Sodet Y. Dizzy, Stuff Smith and others. to Councilmen King and Sweat

************ With the hot weather, crowds who had the courage to go TEACHERSNEW Jacksonville BravesBASEBALL
have begun their treks to the against the majority and vote

beach. On American Beach everything tneir convictions. Regardless of ORLEANS Dillard

is in readiness for the ex- their motives, they bucked the University announces a six-week

K pected onslaught of paying cus- wheels. It seems as the Hizzonerthe summer .program for in-service SCHEDULE

tomers. Jerome Singletary is the Mayor put his foot in it with teachers and students preparingfor

major newcomer among the beach his certified driver plan. The old a teaching career who de- BRAVES AT HOME BRAVES ON ROAD
k business men. Jerome is operating guard Negro politicians are still I tire training in teaching children

K the "Pirate Club" formerly singing his praises and callingthe with mental, physical and speech "May 56.7 ____ Knoxville May 12.13.14 ____________ Macon
mayor a saviour but not handicaps A general education 8.9.10.11' Charlotte
r1 operated by Evans. so May *
F kROSANNA May 15.16.17.18 __ ___ Augusta
There Is still no Indlcalon that with the aggressive young group. enrichment program for prospec- May 1920.21 -_ Savannah

K the operators of the beach or the' Look for many favors to be doled tive teachers has also been scheduled May 26.27.28 _____u_ Macon May 222324.25 Savannah

business men of the beach have out such as police sargeants as t May 29.30.31.June 1' __h Augusta I June 2.3.4 _______ Charlotte

decided Mho should pay for lifeguard attempts to redeem himself. Boh programs begin June 16, June 9.10.11 Charlotte June 567.8 Knoxville

JONES- of( service. Regardless of the Don't take any wooden nickles. 1958. June 12.13.14.15 Knoxville June 16.17-18 __ ___ Masson

nice places of business, the waterfront June 23.24.25.26 Savannah *
Douglas June 19.20.21.22 __...._ Augusta
Anderson Junior
area Is still a deathtrapuntil June 30.July 1.2.3 Macon
Hlffh: School protection is provided for STRAND SUN. SAT. MAY 4-10 July 45.6 Augusta June 2728.29 __ Savannah

Pepsi Cola Dealers and Pepsi the swimmers For
many years I JULY 7-8-9 -:- ALL STAR GAMES I.
I Cola Bottling Company are ic the back has been passed and
2 GREAT NEW TECHNICOLOR HITS!
proud to salute Bosanna. iC( no one will accept the, responsibility I 171819.20 Knoxville July 101112.13 Knoxville

Jones of the 9th grade class. iC of providing the bathers JoKn Wayne July Charlotte July 14.15.16 _,__. _._ Charlotte:
She is : .. July 21.22.23
a member of the Dramatics uih protection. .> Macon

Club and an honor ic They had to stack them in the Sophia LorenRossanoBrazzi ;, '" July 31. Aug. 1.2.3 Savannah July July 28.29.30 242526.27 -Augusta

student aisles at Stanton the other night. r August 8.9.10.11 Macon August 4.5.6.7 ___ Savannah
Consequently another perform
.. ...... .eteowmrot' August 15.16.17.18 Charlotte
.L.L..a. 12.13.14 Augusta
leeraraea
August
.. .. !
.. ...111"111'111" ance of the "Big Broadcast" was rr ess enQ. August 19.20.21 Knoxville

field last week. The same guest 4 T E A T i E August 22.23.24..25 Charlotte Aug. 29.3G-31.Sept. 1 Macon

stars Johnny Shaw and Tee Warners "PAJAMA GAME" Doris Day August 26.27.28 Knoxville Sept. 2.3.4 Augusta
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Congratulations from Pep* Mackey performed We hear It
Cola to these three Merit was a rip roaring success. Denotes Sunday
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Awarad winners! 3 Feature Program
They took off like birds for ROOSEVELT

& Listen to Pepsi Merit Award Miami last Wednesday night. We GAME TIME
.
salutation on Pepsi Cola
TEEN.TDIEWRUO. 1400 ere referring to the public schoolteachers SUNDAY-l\IONDAY-TUESDAY MAY 4- -61st' SATURDAY 8:00 P.M.
SINGLE MONDAY THROUGH
dial Saturdays who attended sessionsor
on your RUN
"TEENAGE BAD GIRL"AND
10:45 to 11:45 AJtt. the Florida State Teacher's 'TEENAGE WOLF PACK" SINGLE SUNDAYS -__, 3:00 P.M.

Association in Miami. Just about EXTRA! RED RYDER "ROLL THUNDER ROLL DOUBLEHEADERSMONDAY THROUGH SATURDAY 6:30 P.M.

everybody went Take it from use DOUBLE-HEADERS SUNDAY s 1:30 P.M.
more tourists were In the crowd COMING 1ST BUN WED. and TIIUBS. MAY 7 and 8

than delegates. Because of the "
FOR TICKET RESERVATIONS PHONE ELGIN 311307ALL
newly adopted package plan of "ENJOY-YOURSELF! .
the Duval
County Teacher's Association

the local group took

more voting delegtaes than ever HOME GAMES PLAYED AT THE
>r A
before. _
NEW JACKSONVILLE BASEBALL PARK
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The Two
Spot Bar-B-Que has

closed after many years of op JACKSONVILLE FLORIDA

eration. Cato the chef told us
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that his pit .wm be completed

rPr -el' Co1Detiers- la the P&mte'Dining Room in a .
few days and that be'will feature .


ofJscboavii9e former chicken old-faahloned. For -the and James.h1Ck beef ry.amoked begs= ,ribs the, t* : ; I .JA. FRI I.. END. .. 1- .


NeDyvonne'Tbampson, Ira ... .
b T ase iPLUSGId'S --. ..... '.
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w a )>ay.-'lb.k-.ht bdr "firsttorn.MM. 4 ... _: :- '.:: L.___... .'-- :' "f
Russell Is a member of the M1j
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