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Title:
Florida star
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Florida star (Jacksonville, Fla.)
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Florida star news
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v. : ill. ; 58 cm.
Language:
English
Publisher:
The Florida Star Pub. Co.
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Jacksonville Fla
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May 10, 1958
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Also available on microfilm from the University of Florida.
Dates or Sequential Designation:
Vol. 12, no. 13 i.e. 39 (Jan. 6, 1962)-
General Note:
"Florida's statewide black weekly."
General Note:
Publisher: Eric O. Simpson, Feb. 14, 1981- .
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Funded by NEH in support of the National Digital Newspaper Project (NDNP), NEH Award Number: PJ-50006-05

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Title:
Florida star
Uniform Title:
Florida star (Jacksonville, Fla.)
Alternate Title:
Florida star news
Physical Description:
v. : ill. ; 58 cm.
Language:
English
Publisher:
The Florida Star Pub. Co.
Place of Publication:
Jacksonville Fla
Creation Date:
May 10, 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

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Source Institution:
University of Florida
Holding Location:
University of Florida
Rights Management:
All rights reserved. Board of Trustees of the University of Florida
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aleph - 000581378
oclc - 02261130
notis - ADA9536
lccn - sn 83045218
issn - 0740-798X
System ID:
UF00028362:00370

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Preceded by:
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Jaxons will be happy to know that Litte J any c e

set of fingerprints which failed to"match those of a Hughes' operation on one eye and the transplanting of

!c- S man, suspected of participation in the two bombings here another eye. was performed in Miami last week.. -_n.

early. Monday, April 28 was the basis, according to local The bandigei will be removed --

next.week.. at which time doctorsat MAN IS ATTACKEDBY
police, for eliminating him as a possible suspect.

r Police arrested '.James. David Mt. Siahospitalwill.. be l TWO MEN AS HE
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::2.1U; .. "t ...I'.r... .;. &D (aJi1e>- +to:7 *:detetinine'ther"outcomeof '' SAT: iN-HIS :CAR>.; '.

Prlday night andT fQtU1 in his ,Milton Ellerfn head of the fact the operations. ,
one and three ,quarter '
possession
? finding division of B'naiB'rith The family has experieniecd its Levi Shks, 36, 1052 W. 5th
cases of dynaite reported to
c: New York gave out the list gratitude for the financial aid Street reported to police that he
have been stolen! from. a construtkm I
k 'of bombings attempts. he tpeople! of Jacksonville gavein as attacked by two men while he

4q company. their time of despair, and for was parked at Ashley and Madison -
Ulley was ruled out as a suspect "The sequence of events is one
the many prayers that are be- Streets last Saturday even-
according to Asst .Police Chief ,that suggests a pattern of Inti-
ing made for the success cf the
H. ''V. Branch when his finger- I ing.He
1 inidation. This: convocation of operation. said he was sitting in his

prints failed to jibe with a set SouthwVe !*w cnforcemnt off- However it was Indicated that car between 7 and 7:30 p.m. whento

.. ._ ,, .,., taken from 54 sticks of dynamite' litors is a vigorous step' in the the family is still short of funds men asked him to carry themto
: ': ;""=' 'v= 'C' which failed to off in a BIrmIngham I'
go I right direC't.on. It serves as a needed to defray he cost of the the Palms night club. Whenhe

STAND FOR ,RIGHTS Robert Saanders. right NAACP Florida Stale Conference synagogue soon after 1 sober garnering that the people I operation the purchase of the I'I'I refused to carry them, one

secretary who delivered, the keynote address at the mass meeting held at the dynamiting of James Weldon ;(.* the South'"will not countenance eye and the transplanting which of them jumped on him and

St. Paul AME Church last Sunday in protest of tha bombing of James Weldon Johnson Johnson Negro high school and : further violations of law and order [will be followed by an extensive I beat him with a pair of brass

High School and the Jewish Community Center is seen discussing the infamous the Jewish Community Center! ." Ellerin said .,I period of rehabilitation. 1 1I i knuckles. He was treated at Du-

incident with William K. William left executive director of the Florida Council here. He said he felt that due to val Medical Center.

on Human Relations and Rev. Wilbeert Miller, pastor of Laura Street Presby- Lucy faces charges of larcenyand :the interstate character of those I I I POLICE CAN'T FIND I I I I I Patrolen Edard Hickson and

terian Church who read the resolution reaffirming the Negro people's stand for illegal possession. of dyna | bombings federal intervention is i i Freddie Mack investigated.

pursuit of the goal for equal rights. I i .. )Jo..1... mite. 'essential WHITE ATTACKERS

I meantime Jacksonville has OF NEGRO CITIZEN I
been ,designated as the clearinghouse MAN GOES ON TRIAL

NAACP TO FIGHT ,,1 ELECTROCUTED; I: for information on dynamite : FOR
NEWS BRIEFS i FIRST DEGREE

MIAMI SEGREGATIONAT i BOY, 10, DROWNS. I i r' which have hit 47 com- BOMB THREAT ;t GAINESVILLE the Police are 'I MURDER MAY 29th
investigating alleged stabbing
,!! unities since Jan. 1, last year.
GOLF CLUBHOUSE I POOLS TO OPEN JUNE 1 'of a Negro resident by several I
r- of Southern
occurred'in A farflung ,group
Tvo accidents deaths
FERNANDINA Lite guards white The first degree murder trial
youths Wednesday mornIng -
cities a precedentsettin GIVEN LEADERMIAMI
MIAMI the NAACP has announced ( Clay County last Saturday \rilt: be stationed at swimming cognference following banned_ togetherhere t but reported "no further information I of Elvy (alias Jack) Rhynes 2'1r
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[
at Miami 4t. plans toj i i I which cliL red a 71-year-old man pools and beaches from "$ aln. to halt racial has been developed to cf 626 1 2 W. Church Street has
court suit against ,J: and a lO-year-old: boy, to 6. pjn daily. The last Saturday I BEACH The life been
trtng a federal i I swimming which have terrorized substantiate the reported assault". set for Mty 29 by Circuit
ii Wilter R. Snell. 71, Daytona bombings of a Jewish 'l ader was
4 the City of Miami to end segre I I! pools are currently undergoing and Jewish centers. L. B. Hampton 42-year-old Judge Edwin L. Jones.
Negro
in the clubhouse and bar Eeacli was electrocuted when an renovatiosn and are schedule to threatened last-Thursday by a
gaion I BIG REWARD Gainesville man of 314 SE 13th Rhynes was indicted last Fri-
electric. drill he was using on a phone caller who identified
at the Municipal Miami Springs 'pen June 1.BOMBING, for St. old police that he got off day for the knife slaying of
$55,700
dock at Keystone Heights short ., Rewards. totaling himself with the Confederate'Underground
Goig Course. the apprehension 'of those resionsiblewas a bus in the early morning and Johnnie Lee Grisnold at Ashley'and
circuited out and the shock which has takenresponsibmty
k The golf course was desegregated -i REPORTED. announced*by May- was walking east in the 400 Davis Streets on March 1,
.knocked him into the lake. His Tor"the bomb-
federal court: Police
recently by investigating reports of Ben West of Nashville who block of SE 2nd Place when a 1958.
and about the same time' bodywas recovered in about 15 a the'1usie; Tol.bert or- ings, which- were perperated
order bombingat' EL
at the meeting ."' car drove up beadle him and a Rhynes was arrainged before
presided
Clay Deputy Dick L. Padgett ..Jacksonville two weeks ago. -
leased the clubhouse and ,School last weekend
the
city .Mayor Haydon Barns -of- Jacksonville boy jumped out and stabbed Judge Jones by Assistant State
:
also reported the drowning of George Talianoff an at-
bar to a private operator who has found ,no damages or extended*the invitation him in the right shoulder. Attorney, Richard C. Gordie and
Grant Stewart, 10, of Middleburg, tomey who Is the board chairman '
not allowed Negro golfers or traces of explosives but could to, some.lor the ,historic session Police said he later told con. pleaded not guilty to the charge.
; 'of the 'Greater Miami
ia Black Creek, three miles south
visitors to patronize the facilities. smell :powder. The watchman He, said he.thought".meet seta flirting stories about the incident Judge Jones appointed Ernest J.
said :Anti-Defamation League said
of Middleburg.: Officers
who reported the explosion said .. '
: .precedent law enforcement. Jacobs to defend Rhynes.
Stewart was swimmngi in a' phone caller told him i: "Your.
young he was in the when he
building
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CHARGER
FRAUD dties.
TAX I Officials of 28 were presfJ1t. -
the creek with. ,other children heard the explosion and looked i days are numbered. This is FIGHT BOMBS FIGHT BOMBS
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.
P. POWELL ,FACES I and got into deep water. His body Gut of the window and, saw an I the ConfederateUnderground... WITH BALLOTS WITH BALLOT'SREGISTER

was recovered immediately after old model' car ,drive away. i Your'' tttrtl is next."' REGISTER JUNE 2 JUNE 2

Powell also is accused of aid-| the accident.th *. i i WOMAN Telephone calls 'from" persons
INJURED - -
ing and abetting in preparing I REPORTS. POWELL SLATED saying they' were members
false tax returns for his wife, .FOR POLITICAL, SKID .. "of -the "Cbnfederae Upder- I I

pianist Hazel Scott. Pcwell of the failed first.to It pay charged taxes that of NEW YORK Reports are that IN FIGHT WITH 'ground" preceded bombings ofJames' Subscription To Democracy

If convicted: Powell.could be I $&00 in allegedly helping his Rep Adam Clayton Powell will school Weldon and Johnson theJewish; Negrohlgh' I, I II

sentenced to five years in jell be: dumped"by- the' Democrats --
fined $10,000 on each ,wife; to: prepare fradulent re. Community Censer in Jacksonville Florida Star J'I I
and be liberals and labor organizationsin I
turn. HER BOf FRIEND
calls
; I April 28. Similar
count. iEnmaerate List Net Income his. -bid for an eighth consecutive P. O. Box 561Jacksonville ." .
have been ..
reported throughout
Count !
indictment I Powell's, salary as a legislator term in' Congress. Assembly A 25.yeai-dci somas was Jnr the Southeastern states. I 1. Fla I
of the
first count -
The. leaders -
stated
distract that : : -
that Powell had is $22.500 a year. The figures lured lasE. Sunday 'at 913 Oakley Talianoffs report M the call : '

charged and listed in the indictment were for they want "a true: organizational Street during an argument with to the police and the FBI re I JlI'
,advised in the preparation net income after allowable: deductions man." Powell: gave Tammany EDcloIed Is S .,
of the Internal her boy friend: when he allegdly sulted' in security -watches being ;
presentation fradulentax had been made. Hall a' thumb- in the nose two struck: -her under the 'left eye placed on Teligicusinstitntions : :: :-=' i" i{ ".- :;:. 1 :'
Revenue Bureau of a, Besdfes his political Pow years ago: when --he. supported I' For lion ,
past aid 'k1 ked her fa the :stomach a'- ----,- year subscrtP '% :,
: '
and.schools ..GreaterMJ.-
..
turn tor his Vife for the FisenhowertGIRL.FRIEND'SHOT'. ... ; .- '
;< "'
ell is pastor ,;of the Abyssinian : Miss": Margaret tmrnsend, of .
that br encoiine : TO tba FLORIDA STAB:1: ::: [
3 e ar195Lr paid Baptist Chuch, in Harlem.JCfce Sl3Oaldey: StreegtoU.r inveesUgavia -' noii,, ea.d.6a' I' ; : -: ::
a said: '
,was)listed;as J3,815,_for been the 1181The e was 'a, .member : l'o :': J .. % : :;, >: .
;rhm;.actualTjrlt bad :3nto, 'P< -e1 'S: tax: -retums -JO:. ;' .v::= -' I.-
seconds'couatchargtMtpoweU .of ,the. Confederate Under I :NAME; :_
: since' December; ;19$6,:After several A.35 Y rearr61d,man was,chargedwith stomach by Arthur ferooks, :SO., ground ;X 'remembered what
.and his wife _to J962,:flledIt of bis'' 'aides indicte '
return were assault to murder 'after cf 81? Oakley Street happened in Jacksonville.> ** I ADDRESS

'false Joint income tax for "tax'.-evasion-' and 'one wascharged'with shooting his girl friend in the 'She sustained'& badly'damagedeye Tory : five bombings have I

which listed their net income as salary kickbacks to left: breast ,daring 'an 'argument.9fia and' 'said"'she has possible damaged schools, .reiigious mstitutkns .
taxable CITY -ZONE. II' |
13,232.) which .as not said the congressman. .Two were -convicted Wffiie'Us :Tssa,' M, of internal1 injuries."6he was 'treat* and homes in South- I -STATE --r

actually. The Indictment' for tax exasion': and a third 966 IBasie' rstrest 'leld poSes ed 'at 'Bwal-Medfcaf! 'Cenfar Iii eastern states in tbe past 16 "
_
their joint income was 98,962 sand pleaded'guilty; A"fourth William Wlffie Henry: Jenkix has lives'Jo Dr. Bailey. w._ ,_ .. months. 'In Miami. Jrmpte I'_ 10 T.... $50 5 Tears fftS 2 yean OjiTilnlgiTja! -.| .

_ they. owed taxes was**-indicted.butjjbai w-d-t -, n 11 iBfl pMftM' the 700 block W.tUe r4i-7lii: tabet Patrolmen JohBBy J. or'and Beth-Zl WM UMied.l i. Alt: ----.ni _- --mmji CUVWBLIU" For CifitiiK of DynamliSTS.'
l 4P i pa
third t"uou1iT W.- act yet been tried. her Ji1II1rard ,acluen mverti ad, lJ -- -. .- ..... --I


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Pag* Two THE FLORIDA STAB Week Ending Saturday. May 10. 1958




THE FLORIDA' STAR "Politics:. As- Usual"


MEWS __ -By.Esic-O..Simpson-'

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Published by The Florida Star Publishing Co. Well, it took two blast of dynamite to get a little more

than 700 Jaxons to turn out for a mass meeting to reaffirm
MAIN OFFICE &. PLANT: our stand for equal education, equal job opportunities and
Z323 Moncrlef Rood ............... EL 4-6782 EL 44783
tiY sy equal ..d9haLike
Downtown Branch Office: 42S Broad Street-Phone EL 4-S77S nay respectable citizen -

Mailing; Address: : I utterly detest such Negro police sergeants. The

P. O. Box 661, Jacksonville 1, Florida violence perpetrated b y a colored policemen are so ex-

)Erie O. Simpson .......................................Editor handful of misguided jerks. cited that the rivalry be-

O. Parham Johnson ...................*............News Staff But since last week's bombings tween aspirants seeking to

-Altamae Richardson .........................Circulation Dept. served to wake up Negroes win favor has reached a
: to the fact that there f serious stage.Although .
Member of Associated Negro Press ]
are sinister forces working these promotoinsare

SUBSCRIPTION BATES ... to deprive us of our inalienable -I i long overdue you can
One Year $5.00: ; Half Tear $3.00; Three Months $1.80 rights and as a bet your bottom ballot that

Mailed, To Too, Anywhere In The United States. : result helped to unite us to I the appointment of Negro

Subscriptions Payable In Advance. Send Checks or Money Orders To: L 1 1t take a stand for our rights, I j!sergeants will be one of the

FLORIDA: STAB-P. O. BOX JACKSONVILLE 1. FLORIDA say, the bombing servd a. campaign claims of accom-

...) egood purpose after all. I I.j plishment when the next

.; The parable,! election rolls around. I remember ,

NEW NEGRO ORGANIZATION "out o f evil I a few years ago how

.".j cometh good"I'I i every candidate for the City
.
K Y certainly was Council and the City Commission -

COULD BE A BLESSING OR PLAGUELast 'I.I demonstrat claimed he had some-
: ; '; N again last II thing to do with the. institu-

71// : ; week. Not ting of Negro policemen.
: did the Jacksonville
Tuesday night members of various organizationswere only I Incidentally,
incident serve, is far behind all other citiesof
called to meet in Bethel Baptist Church for the purpose .I
of forming a sort of Congress of clubs. to unite us, similar size ______ and some
r but they also I smaller ones too ___ as far
Such with its n -
an organization, purpose to unite the va-
roius clubs to attain concerted action could be a very good I served t o increase -.I as the number of Negro police -

thing for D val Negroes. But already there seems ..to. becloud a i iy the }lagging or upgrade men goes.
of suspicious creeping into the air. w'a+.ww NAACPSimpson So when they start pointingto
For there who that m em bership. Negro policemen and Ne-
one thing are,some suspect the new ;
organization appears, ,to.? be an octopus in the making ir Scores of Jaxons walked up gro sergeants as part of the

fathered by some downtown political czar. -- : and took out memberships.Yes good deeds" they have done,

As one who has watched studied and repotred on the bombings did just remind them that theyI
a
political activities in :Duval t; county since Negroes began to Better Wake Upl! White Citizens Councils Are Closing Theri Economic Grip lot of good. They united Ne-'I haven't done so much after

rote I can only say U will be Interesting to. watch the out groes Increased the NAACP all.
well I recall
How an aggressive -
membership and enriched the
come.This
organization,could be the greatest, thing that, eve NAACP fund by $300 In contributions young man runningon
happened 'to Negroes ,In Jacksonville and it could be the last after a platform that declared:
.. J- Sunday "Break Bus Company Control -
molt' diabolical thing ever created. Your Weekly noon.I "
This will not be the first time that Bethel Church has dare say that after the of Jacksonville. That
been the for civic is the young man was eletecd to
scene or political organization nor recent dynamitings of
first time that I have seen ministers taking the lead (as Horoscope Guide our "comfortable set"many like the office of Mayor and his

they should) in ,such organizations. I have also seen some ... < school teachers, principalsand name would be Hayden

unhappy and near diastrous endings.I' WHICH ARE YOUR LUCKY DAYS FOR postal workers will Burns who won the affectionof

have the greatest respect' and the) highest regard for BUSINESS LOVE TRAVEL change their attitude toward whites and Negroes alike
the ministers and laymen who are lending their talents and the NAACP. The bombing of who elected him to office for

energies to this new venture: but it is my sincere hope James Weldon Johnson High three terms.

that they will not allow themselves to be drawn into any By PABLO, The ASTROLOGERLEO School should bring home to But things have changed.

thing that will discredit them because of their unfamiliaritywith principals and teachers ,that With fast-growing Jackson-

the political maneuverings that frequently take shapein SAGTTTARUS ARIES the very places where they ville being stifiled and the

Jacksonville. Born July 23 Through August 23 Born November 23 Thru Dev 21 Born March 21 Through April 19 earn their comfortable liveli-

By ERIC O. SIMPSON This, by far, is the best week The 11th and 12th are ideal The mother of invention is hood can be targets for economy being slowly

that his month has to offer. You days to reveal exactly what you necessity, according to the old bigoted segrega tionists' strangled by a bus strike on

BUS & CAB COMNPANY CONTROLAbout have in mind and how you feel adage. The truth, as far as you, violence. one hand and a colored cab
know, down deep in your heart,
toward those who have captured are concerned as to whether it Those dynamllings should drivers' strike on the other

that certain revolutionary theories jour affections. Elders should be will work for you or not will be I' be a rude awakening to those I. hand, citizens would welcomea
with which you as well as others aide clear the llth principals and teachers who
in the right mood to approve of crystal on
10 years ago a bright young man talked his way stands to benefit if this were rec.- candidate for offce iwho
and 12th. If have learned have frowned
and to on aiding or
your plans proffer advice you
into the office of Mayor of the City of Jacksonville by loudly
declare
cgnized universally. At the same would :
which it would be in your interestto your lessons in the past through cooperating with the NAACP
proclaiming: Break The Bus Company Control of Jack. time, you know how difficult it follow now and evermore. If lie's sruggles and responsibilities, which has stood in the fore- LET'S BREAK BUS AND
sonville. Thai young man was Hayden Burns who succeeded is to convince the unbelieversand
you have any appreciation of you should find plenty of materialto front of the fight for equal
himself In wto subsequent elections. (see "Politics AsUsual" to impress on the people at CAB COMPANY CONTROLOF
start staircaseto rights all these
the arts, or talents which can building your yearsSignificantly
). (large the value of change and
be exploited profitably, make a more successful and pros- the Negro JACKSONVILLE.
_Strangely enough, although it was not very obvious that Time is side and
novelty. on
your a 's
the best of any openings that perous future way of life. school that was bombed was s a a
Jacksonville was under the control of the bus company, on deserved honors will be forth-
6.20-44.19-42-629 named for James Weldon
may be revealed on the 16th.
those days, the campaign cry to "break the bus company coming.
2-50-48-64-254 Johnson who was one of the
control" caught the sentiment of the people, who went to 4-SO-77-28-75-435
early secretaries of the Na-
the polls and elected the man who told them their city was REGISTER NOW!
CAPRI CORN TAURUS tional Association for the Ad-
being controlled by the bus company and promised them
Born December 22 Thru Jan 1 Born April 20th Through May 20 vancement of Colored People.It .
that he would break that control.
is VIRGO ..This is an excellent week to Even if there is nothing highly was he too who with his
find that Jacksonville
Today, more than ever, we
very obviously under the control of the bus and cab com'' Born August 24 Thru Sept. 23 cash in on the security measures spectacular in the way good brother Rosamond Johnson BOOKS
Everything and should you have adopted recently as fortune favors you it is none the penned "The Negro National
pany. Therefore, the cry, Break ,Bus And Cab Company everyone "
Control" is much in order since it seems tha thte ma- coast along with the favorable well as far in the past. Do not less vidid and real. You can take Athem, which begins "Lift

jority of the very members of the City Council are more intrested tides to the desination of a safe overlook any occasions to head advantage of unusual openings to Every Voice. and. .Sing. ____ __m." RE-OPEN

in protecting the interests of the bus and cab company haven of prosperity, financial tie- fund-raising drives, should they renforce your economic structure

than they are in the well-being of the citizens. ups and security. The noble te offered to' you, as you seem to benefit through family and POLITICS AS USUAL

Jacksonville needs a man in the House of Representatives deeds of the past which are to be especially well equipped to partnership connections or enter- Any day now you can

to fill vacancy in Group 3 and the man who would charged up to your account shouldbe ensure complete success in meet- prises and to make yourself indispensable look for an announcementthat 2LET'S
suddenly and ing or surpassing quotas. The to those who can reward exams will be held for
step forward and pledge to help break the bus and cab unexpectedly rewarded -
company control of Jacksonville by introducing legislature ; D6 something definite famly, too may benefit from I you handsomely. You must

that will regulate transportation would certainly deserve about residential questions as residential developments long- not allow your imagination to

the vote of Jaxons. there may be a promising open- range economic programs and run wild at times, and should GET TOGETHERMEN I
ings for you and the members of real estate transactions. take steps to avoid bumping into

the family to find Just the kind 7-40-22-38-21.743 people who are apt to be short-

of a home you may have been tempered and seeking to pick a & WOMEN WANTEDTo
.
seeking.560465842562LIBRA AQUARIUSBorn fight.2-70-99-68-97-278 I Become Part Of A Strong OrganizationThat

January 20 Thru Feb 18r
Will Work For Progress
The value of doing so unstintingly -

both now and In the GEMINI -DARE
future is demonstrated
amply by Born May 21 Through June 21 YOU INTERESTED?
Born September 24 Thru Oct. 23 rather forceful and reliable as-
This is fine week to hold
Develop your Ideas seek publicity pects on the ,llth-12th. The goat I a IF SO FILL IN THE BLANK BELOW
conservations, exchange opinionsand
proote your skins and pro you have selected may be one
ideas and consider entering
ducts and close ranks with the that is also atracting many others MAIL TO DUVAL CIVIC LEAUGE ,
the state of matrimony if your -
persons most likely to help you and you must be fully pre- situation permits. The necessary 2323 MONCRIEF ROAD

satisfy your aspirations and de pared for a all-out and knockdown accords sad groundwork may be
sires. If you fall to exploit to scrmable to get there first
undertaken on the 11th, 12th YES I WANT PROGRESS
the full the promising opportunities There indications, on the 16th
and 16th when exceptionally Me As A Member Of
I_ __. to cultivate good relations that you are at ,your best when favorable aspects are on the side Register

and favorable outcomes during you utilize your superior mental of those who have imagination
this period, you may have a considerable powers and compelling personal end daring. THE DUVAL CIVIC LEAGUE

wait for the next open. ty. 7-40-33-39-31-741
Ing. You social life can be quite 970908891.978PISCES Which Wm cl mpalgn.tar

glamorous and could lead to the'' Better Streets Drainage Facilities
altar for the LIbrans
who are.
CANCER' Negro Firemen Civil Service Jobs
single. Born February 19 Thru March 20 -
6-20-11-18-15528 Born June 22 Through July 22 Equal Job Opportunities
--- I Those who, have to ream with Negro Doctors At Medical Center .
You are not always so well
; their noses to the grindstone Better Treatment In Star
should have their inning this .disposed toward your business or A Negro YMCA Build!

I.1 -FEATURES- SCORPIO week.' The recognition of out job and should take tun.advant- General Community Improvement .
Born October 24 Thru NOT 22 standing abilities and achievements age of the fact to make hay
I am Interested la knowing some of the ether benefits
KEN KNIGHT Even. if you are under the Impression could be unexpectedly and while the sun is shining. Your

that are worth much highly compensated on the llth, ambition furnishes he drive toward
-PRESENTING- :- you nAmtni.strative I can derive from Joining the organization. ................ r
more to your superiors than your 12th and 16th. This applies to wy fPM service t
KNIGHT TRAIN persona who their I superiority and an In.
it does are
pay runnng
8-9 PJC. 12.1 NIGHTLY envelope suggests, Advise me when the next meeting will be held. ..........
not mean that they are blind to own enterprises as wen as to ventive spirit that should simplify

SWEET CHARIOT the fact. There may be a logical those who are selling goods and production techniques. The application NAME!: ........................,..........................?aADDR
1400 WRHC 1400 reason in back of the seeminglack services. The path you have of all your skills, plus tofnential -

of progress and recognition, chosen as the surest one that connections and afew tin- 8 .................................................
end it looks M if you should remain leads to -success will not dZsap. expected breaks should see you
930 to 1030. lOOH IT,_ 19i1sRlT- patient! a little longer with- oint you as long ,as:you do apt far ahead in the,race for prestige FHONTv ......................................................
BLUES IK THE KM I GMT ..
whm the and psofits on the llth, 12th and
lOao.U-,1IOBQ.Y flsm IIM HillII cat decreasing: the! quality of your become!. discouraged _T aer VOJIB ................ '
.. a.W.. _... goods or aere1ee.1.I654.U1N going gets rather rough l a.V&i u.a .-:L .
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I PRESENTS 'OPERETTA

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,i, The Primary Department of the
John E. Ford Elementary School
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fC a Ni10 '"': ,'.. wYS jl ...'.S ;lxSXY. \ \\Z
will present their annual operetta
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ISkv.M ""The Cobbler of Fairyland" May

_. 14, at 8:00: pm. In the Cafe-
S*
f ,, torium A colorful panor ama.j>f ......
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in the aperetta and the

..4.r, AM aciton will take place in the
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I palace garden adjoining an enchanted -
APk.
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.a. Svv | forest in the land of
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., Gk Make Believe.
Ni
yyf t y 1M ?Y C 4.5, y wT ; The operet.ta.1s' under the direction
of the faculty. Chairmanfor
____ the dances are: 'Mrs.\ A M.

..Ai%' }.Tf''n. ? GY' 9'.:.,4.. McIntosh First Grade; Mrs. C.
"Y
nrH v. rx' ; .t a R. Nicks, Second Grade; and Mrs.
r' x< y : '
A. L. Mack. Third Grade; Mr.
jW. S. Rasberry wil ble the coordinator -
41ky : Lr. : 1 I for the affair. Working .
% f'dr '
r : .f r. I with these chairman are MrsJ.
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: : C. Harris. Miss'M..E. Maultsby
,Mrs. A P. Clayton Mrs.\ E. H.
Davis Mrs D. W. Jones and
GAY MEETING Members of the Les Beau Monde are: Mrs. D. R. Johnson. A. Simmons.D. A. Rousseau. are: Mrs. R. J. Gardner Miss B. E. Rousseau. Mrs. P. Mrs. A. L. Gamble.
Social Club who held their social meeting recently were Mrs. W. W. Rousseau. In the back row are: Mrs. W. E. R. Norman and Miss L. M.: Hampton. In the back -row Mrs. B. E Jenkins is the Co.s-
I the guests of Miss B. E. Rousseau at 921 Scriven Street Rousseau R. A. Ross Mrs. A. W. Malone Mrs. H. M. are: Miss C. G. Rousseau. O. F. Norman J. H. Rousseauare tume Chairman, and Mrs.N. W. .
seen here. In photo at left front row left to right Sapp. In the photo at right front row in the. same order and Mrs. W. M. Davis. Bailey is the co-chairman.


SENIOR CLASSPRESENTSPLAY MOTHERS ,CLUB SETS For Best Florida Star Ads
ANNUAL ACTIVITIES i it Bargains Shop Ito
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The Brewster Mothers' Club I'I
will make their annual vist tio
the hospial on Mother's Day to I
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Matthew W Gilbert High SchoolS pay tribute to all members who
with. :nior class will present its an. are confined as patients.
LOUISE G. GUINYARD nual play May 27. The senior Mrs J. E. Davis, president of
class is under the direction of the Brewster bpthers'Club -has
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Mrs. Mable Jones, Mrs. Doris announced plaits; ,to .observe Na-
Some very good news came our way shortly after we Johnson and I. W. Worren. tional Hospital Week Thursday
went to press last week, and feeling certain, that it would The title of the play is "Almost May 15. A children's dance group JoA
interest our readers,; we hastily contacted Mr. L. I. Alexan Summer" by Chrstoipher SergeL and the DarnelM2ookman band

der, president of the; newly organized Inter-Club Council, Characters for the play will be ,will entertain the patients of
for detailed information portrayed by Kelly Brown. Cora- .the Pediatric Department
Mr. Alexander explained that The Ambassadors, The lene Moore. Ronald Graham., I In previous years the parentscf S .A : Iti
Barons .The'Dragons, The Fla-Jax. The Venetians and The Cassius Lewis, Harold Holmes,, the children have been invited p UI
Vagabonds have formed a council for the purpose of sponsoring Anna Pearl Young Samuel Harris to spend the time with their :
,
benefit affairs to raise funds to support The Boy Thelma James,' Barbara Wil children during the program and ;
Scouts: of America. The Girl Scouts. The YMCA. THE son and Myrtle Flowers. an invitation is also extended to *
YWCA and The Jacksonville Urban League. These clubs them again.
were inspired. of course by the unfortunate plight of 'the LADIES AUXILIARYSETS
local Urban League concerning its ouster from the Community FASHION SHOW SET x y
ANNIVERSARYThe
Chest. .
The Inter-Club Council has an agreement with the AT MOUNT.TABOR. y9a.iersvs

management of The Palms (formerly The Two Spot Club) Ladies Auxiliary to the -
wherein they will observe "Club Night" each Thursday ev Longshoreman 36 will observe its "- >

ening, featuring a name band, with a large percentage of second anniveer ary, May 18 from Mrs. Marie Timons of Mt.Tabor r
the proceeds going to the council for supprot of the civic 4 to 6 p.m. in the Union Hall, Baptist Church will sponsor a
organizations listed above. 938 Julia Street with Mrs. Mo- fashion show in the church's
Mr. Alexander emphasized the fact that there will be zella Bucker, chairman of the pro auditorium May 19 beginning at
special cards for this purpose and that invitations will be gram committee in charge. S p.m.
sent to clubs and freinda of members of the council. We are Some of the participants on Some of the leading models of PIECEBedroom
happy to relate here that we were informed that persons program .are: Dr. Buford Kidd the city will display the latest EASY
attending "Club Night" would be "at home" with friends of Mrs. Queen Wells Mrs. E. V. fashions for morning afternoonand -" '. 'TERMS
the sponsoring clubs. Atkins, Mrs: Willie Wright and evening. Group ;", .
For my part, I think they have devised a wonderful Mrs. Alma Whitttng. The event is being sponsored
method of raising funds for worthy organizations, while. for the benefit of the annual .

providing a social outlet at the same time. SCHOOL PLANS Men's Day celebration, which will
Officers of The Inter-Club Council, in addition to the MAY FESTIVALThe be held May 25 throughout the Consisting o dfouble dresser, tilting mirror. EMERSON-ELECTRIC

president include Frank C. Cooper vice president: Theodore day. bookcase bed chest. box springs Innerspring

Wilson secretary: and Edward Barnes treasurer. There are annual May Day Festival STANTO-MUSI-CHO mattress. 2 pillows and 2 lamps. Window Fan

two official representatives from each of, the sponsoring will be presented by the College
Park Elementary School on May TO GIVE RECITALThe .

organizations. i 14, in the gymnasium of Edward ALL 10 PCS. st .
Waters College at 7:30 p.m. Stanto- Iusi-cho will be $ 95
As a result of the work of E. W. Bryant and Ralph Stewart The theme for this years presentation presented in a "Musical Recital" ONLYEASY ,

the local chapter of Alph Phi Alpha Fraternity has is "May Day In the Sunday, May 18 at 7:00 p.m. by
published a fraternal newspaper covering the social and Garden.-Flowers.." Choir 3 of the Mt. Vernon Bap-
in Participants will include stu- tist Church. TERMS < Tu
the
civic achievements of each member of fraternity
dents from the first grade The choir is under the direc-
Jacksonville and St. Augustine. throug; the sixth grades. tion of Mrs. Annette Epsy. and w
In spite of the extremely hot spring weather we have Portraying the prince and princesses will render selections from a

been having this season our social clubs are still meeting king and queens in the varied group of operas':, classics,

on regular schedule.The festival will be primary depart- sfcmi-classics: and spirtuals.
Modemettee met last Saurdaty evening with Mrs. ment; James Halloway m, Bar. President of Choir 3, Mrs. HIGH QUALITY. 0/1t1in mmmnrtIW y.vnr..m '
bara Wooden, Tomy Swindle, Eliza R. Arthur is extending an
Myrtice P. King. 109 East Union Street. Linda Gillian Anthony Days, andPamela' invitation to the public to attend rmPiZ HIGH STYLE
is still withholding : .
Although this newly organized group Davis: Second graders; the affair.

major information, we know that they engage in various Herbert Levoy Lillian Samuels LOW IN COST!II

card games, including bridge, whist and pinochle. Peter Warren Knox m, Gloria CLUB TO PRESENT
a e Dean Wright: Third grade; Bar automatically controlled by a-

Miss Ruth M. Broome\ selected the beautiful El Dorado rington Lafayete Darby.tHenry Edgarenna, Dale M.Jones Wil- PROGRAM HONORING SUNDAY MOTHERS,. v':* I .I II..I cores wkea thermostat k the oa temperature that when taro temperature the drops fan.rbes.off. '

Club for entertaining The Entre Nous Bridge Club last lias: Intermediates; Laura Pink- This speeds hsndmmf and is electrically 20" fan reversible.EmersoO'Electric's has two.

week-end, and boasted of having the entire membership ney, Donald Sargeant, Carolyn The .Brewster Men's Club will pilot light system tells tydaslve TOW iastaady color
present. Wright Cary C. Butler Yvonne hold its regular Mother's Day .ass.rut re* the speed and direction of air tow.Moves .
High scorers for the evening were Miss Lauretta Jen- Streets, Clarence Austn.1 Char- session Sunday, morning with the tow speeds large.volunes. and of k air is even"huh.treated" at.
kins and Miss Theora Leggins. with Miss Mozelle C Brut n lene Bloodsworth Robert Curry: mothers being the guests of : _foe juiet operation. Finished
qualifying for the consolaioin prize. Sixth: grade; Beverly Joyce Ames, honor.A s with blades ia beautiful sad motor Sorftex Greco
Ruth's main dish consisted of baked, stuffed turkey,, Ernest L. Sanders Betty Jean program that has been especially : ia Seafoam Cr..iv.

which was served with the usual trimmings. Washington and Ronald Harris. arranged for the occasion Fi Airem/rAI.aiu/+e.toa Vd.. 5-YEAR. GUARANTEE

will be presented. The members
ot the club are expected to turnout
Mrs.: Lillian Stukes was hostess when The Charmnig LOCAL SAVING CLUBIN in large numbers to meet ABC'S NEW FOLDING _\.1
Ladies met recently at The Lincoln Golf and Country Club. and greet the mothers. 3-POSITION CHAISE!
Mrs. Jessie Fears was the honor guest and club prizes STALLS. OFFICERSThe Presentations win be madle to A new chaise lounge superbly styled by ABC..to satisfy the moat discriminating .
taste st a few,few coot!Colorful.Firestone Velon webbing $4895
went to Miss Hortense Jones. Mrs. Margaret. C. Day and the oldest and youngest mothers 2H wide for extra comfort:: and durability.Heavy gauge,1*ahaaiotttA j ONLY J
Mrs. Josephine Cleveland. present just as it has been done hand polahed to a gleaming finish.Hiddea' i '
adjustment bracket for safe easy __ Only
Royalty Social Saving Club in previous years. An invitationhas opera.
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ti n.converts three ways. .from lounging
meeting was held In the homeof been extended to the mothersby chaise: to high" back chair. Aa aO-purpoM $9 9 8
:Mrs. Delphine M.: Brinson is fighting a bout with the !
Mr and Mrs Fred Nesmith. the clSCHOOL: Joan,.you can't afford to be without! $5 DELIVERS
measles. We regret that we cannot encourage her friendsto 1538 San Diego Plaza. *

visit her. New -officers were Installed BAND

e during the meeting they are:
of Zeta Phi Beta Soror- :Mrs. Willie Mae Bowens, presi- TO GIVE CONCERTThe
The Zeta Amicaes an auxiliary .
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Ford ity, met, 1881 Wednesday Diirkee Drive.evening in the home of Mrs. Bertha president dent; Mrs.; Mrs.Susie Ethel Turner Mae ,Tomp.vice. Isaiah Blocker Junior High J I OPEN MONDAYS AND FRIDAYS 'HL 9 P. M.IFnrnitnreCompany IIIIJ

The group completed plans for its .iothers' Day Tea kins, 'financial, secretary; Mrs.Eula School Band win be presented in
scheduled to be held Sunday afternoon in the West Eighth Mae McDower. assistant; a concert by the physical education
Street home of Mrs. Alpha Hayes Moore. A special featureof Mrs. Magnolia Nesmith sinking department of the Oakland
motherof fund treasurer; and'' Chaplain.Mrs. Elementary School, May 12 at 2
the tea will be the tribute paid to an outstanding
Annie Crieghton. banking pjn. in the Oakland.School audi:
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.the city.Officers
of Zeta Amlcae are: Mrs. Wllner DorrelL president treasurer; and Mrs Maggie Bradford torium.
Mrs. Bertie Simmons vice president: Mrs. Verdi. reporter.The The Blocker Band has received DAVIS
; next meeting will be heldIn superior rating at the State Band
Daniels
Cruse recording: secretary; Mr*. Margaret corresponding
Mrs II. In Tallahassee, and 135 St Phone EL 3-5791
secretary: Mrs. Lula Coortney. financial secretary the home of Mr. and Festival participated Brood :-
;'Mrs; Alta Washington treasurer and Mrs. Billie Wllkerson Bowens. 1661 W. 21st Street; May in the Sight Reading
12 at 8 Clinic, small ensembles_ and solos
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YPU Convention auxiliary to the

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ucatioanl mass meeting May 19

at the Antioch Baptist Church.

.All proceeds will be donated to

rbwM4 the Florida Normal Industrialend

'i Memorial College and the
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the of \P. G. Patter'on
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Hope Baptist Church will de.

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MIscill: be furnished: by

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Hill. moderator of the association -

': i ; H. H. Robinson vice moderator

r.ir" tiflf,. : f t. ; G. T. McCall, A. J.

< Hughes. J. A. Jones W. C. Neal,

U S Crrv .. 1 R. H. Wilson and G. W. Scott

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SERVICE TO COMMUNITY Shiloh's nursery where working mothers may CHRISTIAN TEACHINGS With its emphasis on youth Shiloh provides Christian WOMEN

I leave their children with comfort of mind is one of the services established through I trainnig in its kindergarten for youngsters who are left in the care of capable

the cooperalon of members of the church. ". attendants.Mrs. .
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Laura Coleman serves as
s, DAY SPRING CHOIR
social worker and is assised by ST. PAUL AME ". CLOSES CONTESTThe
Mrs. Juanita
Holmes.
Junior Women's :Missionary -

The bus attendants include I Society of Second Baptist
PLANS FELLOW-
.} Mrs. Eloise McCrae, Mrs. Susie States contact sponsored Church will present its seventh annual -

Keith Mrs. Laura Coleman:: and I hy Choir 1 of Day Spring Bap. i musical May 21 in the

Mrs. Susie Smith. SHIP, SERVICEPlans list Church: ',v.ll; terminate Sun. i R church nm. auditorium beginning at'

Space would not permit listnig day night at S:::30 p.m. 3.Cterthe!
x x tf, r the names of all the key officers, regular service The ciptiins are: I Some of he participants on
w..1. workers Mrs. L. the program are: Choir 3 of St.
deacons, deaconesses and Hightower, Mrs. B2rthi
made John Baptist Church, under the
are being by the
other members who tare contributing Lowe, and James: Floyd. Music
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to the great work being men: of St Paul AME Church for will be furnished by the Ladies leadership of Mrs. Mildred Forehand -

done and the progress that Shilohis .* h e .observance of Fellowship Choir. Rev Isadore' Edwards, A.

making but suffice it, to say Week leading up to their annual The pulpi GIn Aid Board will meet Forehand, Mrs Thomasena Wilson
that there 45 celebration of Men's Day which Miss Agnes Bell and Miss
are ; deacons and the home of Mr. and Mrs. '
f 27 assistants divided into 9 units xv ill be held May 18. I E., D. Gamt, 1454 Grothe St. Vermetta Royster. The Rev A.
J. Hughes pastor of St. John
60 daeconesseSi 4",usher i boards Choir 2 will sponsor its annual
The Fellowship service will begin Church will be guest artist for
and 3 choirs which have as their Mother's tea
with the Gospel Choir rendering Day May 11 at the the occasion.
directors Mrs. Joseplune, Mrs. Recreation Center from 4 to 6pm.
a Gospel Musical .
program.The
The program comittee mem-
Alice Roberts and Mrs. Alice .
Mack Rev R. A. Kirg pastor: hers are: Mrs. Lucile Scott,
of Pyp fAM*"! f""ich I
chairman; Mrs. Minnie Weathers-
Coposin the B' iri of Tni'tecs end his' r"rtnrrp'T3f4'vi vv'l' rn-
tee, Mrs. Flora M. Burris, Mrs.
are W. J Jones, vice chairman duct t::>e wrvxcs H'Y '3 Services CARDS OF THANKSWe Charlie Mae
Simpkisn and Mrs.
: : : L. V. Biety secretary Henry- Miy 14. w'51: c* c mlu Led Mable Williams.

: )1 Anderson, treasurer. David: P ITI- by the Rev. D. A. Ra sell '. !ho take this method of thank Leading ladies of the city will

er, Rueben Jefferson and Mrs who will deliver the German ror ing our many friends, in the

_.,..,-' ,::O'.... .,.. .........--,..._' ,_"'_, w_... ...._'.... vv -.., ..._ _' Lilly Saunders.In the trustees, and on May: 15, Rrv.J. city, in and out of the state, serve as hostesses.

surveying the progress made M. Dixon pastor of Mount who thought of my wit and me
SUNDAY SCHOOL TIME Some of
I the-grownups and Youngsters who attend I WEST UNION WOMEN
Rev. Coleman said a tribute Olive Primative Baptist and his while we were in the Brewster
95 School classes
the
Sunday are sewn in front of the massive edifice.
--.. : --- must be paid: to the Trustee regatic/n will be present at hospital as the result of beinghit SET OBSTRVANCEThe

Board the Deacons and Deaconess the service. by an automobile. Words are

PASTOR ATTRIBUTES PROGRESSOF the church. Boards, the Sunday School inadequate to express our thanksfor women of the West Union
Another function of Shiloh Baptist Edward Waters College Glee
teachers, the Young Men's Club i the personal visits, gifts, Baptist Church will observe their
I Church serves to stamp it as and the other Auxiliaries and Club will render a program in Jie
: telegrams, cards and letters annual day May 25.
an institution dedicated to the &L Paul AME Church, 16.
,SHILOH TO CONGREGATION service of mankind is the work organizations in the church who May sympathzng. and praying for us. Serving as chairman of the

of the Missionary Society. In have so largely contributed to The public Ms invited to attend May God bless and help each days activity is Mrs Martha Cummings -
the development of the'' church. the services. one who did anything in anywayfor wih Mrs. Beatrice Evansas
addition to its work in carrying
It was four and a half years ago Sunday, Nov 29, Christian education, this organization Anyone endeavoring to determine us. Our rooms were a profusion co-chairman.
what is responsible for of flowers which brought The ladies have planned activities -
that Shiloh
I 1953, to be exact Metropolitan Baptist devotes much of Is time
of the progress Shiloh has made "The trustees, the deacons and : much cheer to us. Thanks to the which will include an out-
Ch'jvh, under the pastorship Rev. A. B. Coleman ded- and energy to securing and giving
and is still aking would find the the members of the church stand nurses who cared for us BO tend- standing speaker for the morning -
icated its new new church at Beaver and Clevel d Streets. food and clothing to the
Since that time ShilW.has made needle. answer in the words of a spokes hard behind the pastor and the i erly. worship and a musical tea

steady progress of lPVvhhh. the: EMPHASIS ON YOUTH man of the church 'who said: program for the kingdom of God." Rev. and Mrs. W. R. and Gallic in the afternoon .

members and pfficerpf of the
: Much emphasis Is placed on the
church who Jfiai&ef 'possJWe can

v.ell be proud. .
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: and as a consequence many pro- 4 3-PIECEGLIDER SET
Aside from fulfiUiniritHe spjrit-
grams are geared .to character
val needs of a vast congregation" molding and the Instilling of
that has grown to well! high 5-
) Christian principles in the young
000. and is ,stir! stea4ly T5r6wing, : :
v people of the church. .. .
i Shlioh fulfills other every day This program of Christian train-
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needs and performs such services ing begins in the kindergartenwhich $3995

that mate it ait 1 asset- to : is operated on a" non-profit ,.

the comunityv basis and provides:! working 1 ,

Shiloh is more than a Sunday mothers, with a peace of mind .

church; it is, by its works and its that goes with knowing their offspring

,operations, an institution for "living are being properly looked y, # $1.00 DOWN
4 f after in safe and sanitary sur-
which men and women of
good will are working to bring roundings.! PASSENGER GLIDER

KEY A, B. COLEMAN into A nursery is also operated for .
I Christianity our daily living.On *
praises members* the- side Shiloh tots, which together with the MATCHING ROCKER or CHAIR
.. .. .. .. .. spiritual
kindergarten serve a def'mitented -
conducts 95 Sunday School classes *
in the community. (See METALCOCKTAILTABLE
etch Sunday and on each sabbath ,
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photos). ,
I a virtual carava on busies s
Q transport members to and from Another activities designed to .. COLORS:

church: without charge. develop the youth of the community ;,r3a .
Green With White
I are found in the establishment -
First Sunday communion needless
of a Girt Scout and a Boy Yellow With White
to say. is the religious highpoint .
Scout troop which have as their
in the Christian: activities
respective- leaders Herbert Red With White
cf the church which bring out
and Mrs. Pearline Coop
Hughes
I hundreds of souls who Join In i
a commemorating the death of the er.The
: entire to fill the
who gave::his life that others program -
lOne- .. needs of the youth of the churchis '. .
might be _saved. Brothers
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\ .he Baptist Tra1n1 1g1Unit. Youth Council which has as its

I der the direction of Mrs. man"'the1PJ1. Chairman Mrs. Lucille Coleman.I .

Scott functions ;to, train Other- members, of the Council: Furniture Company Inc.

young people to enable them to are: Mrs. Ruby Kitchens, Mrs. ACCOUNT ,

give expression to the teachings Alice Woods, firs Ema Gates,

Mrs. A. B. COLEMAN of the Bible and as such 'is the Mrs Juanita Holmes and Mrs. 325 BROAD STREET PHONE EL 5-4641

pastor's wife back of Christian Education In Daisy Keb ey.
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REAFIRM PURPOSE Scenes from the a s they stood to sing the "Negro National continue their efforts to secure equal rights and dress deploring the April 28 bombings here. At
mass meeting sponsored by the NAACP and Anth.em.The left photo shows hundreds of Netotal desegregation. Robert Saunders. NAACP bottom. Jaxons are seen making their coniri-
I various local organization are depicted in the gro citizens listing intently to a resolution re- Florida State Conference Secretary is seen in butions to' "the; 'NAACP. which totalled $300. l
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MRS. L. GUINYARD SPECIAL PROGRAMTO TABERNACLEPLANS A. L. LEWIS YWCATO
YOUTH DAY SET
<'. LEAVES TO ATTEND HONOR MOTHERSA JOINT RECITAL.>;; OBSERVE TEAThe


FUNERAL OF SISTER AT MOUNT ZIONYouth special Mother's 'Day program The Male' ,Chorus" ,of Tabernacle Y-Teens, Blue Triangle
Baptist Church and Little Club! girls and their mothers,
Mrs Louise Gulnyard whoervea is being sponsored by Mrs.
Rock Baptist Churchwill be will be honored with a tea, May
as editor of the "Socially Dorothy Bacon at St. Paul AME '
S peaking" column which appears Day will be obseved at Church Sunday night May 11 at presented in )a >recital. May 12 11 from 4:30: to 5:30: p.m. in the
;;k ,I at 8 p.m. ni the Tabernacle\ Bap- A. L. Leis Branch' YWCA.An .
in the FLORIA STAB left the the Mt. Zion AME Chuch, June 7 p.m. .
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a'rte. fist CSmrch. .
; city Thursday to attend the fun. "
8.The Appearing on program will be art exhibit will be sponsored -
eral of her sister, Mrs. Ruth following offcers
were elected The from the recital
the band of the James Weldon proceeds by the Art Education departments -
:\lit thews, 2116 Marlboro Avenue, to work with the group are:
Johnson School. will, benefit the Women's Day of Duval County.
iarmrell, South Carolina. youth day activities they are:
chairman of
Charles
Benefits of the program will Drive. Waldtan
Mrs. Ruth Matthews passed after -Clarence Brown president ;
., go toward the annual Men's Day the art department at Matthew
a a few weeks of illness. The Carolyn Burdine. first vice president will be .
Youth
The annual Day
to be held May 18. Another pro- ? \V. Gilbert High School is -the
.S'' i .ry funeral will be held Sunday in ; Anna Ashe second vice gram to help the Men's Day drive observe, June 8 and the Women's, president at the local Art Assn.
> president:; Gloria
: LaSensne secre-
her hometown. The exhibit ill be centered
will be presented by The Gospel Day Observance will be held I Council. -
Corrie P. treasurer
tary
; Johnson -
; Gloria Trimmngs, Hattie Chorus, Monday night May 12. June 16. :Mrs. Queen Alkens is I around various art forms
Deacon Grace will be master of the chairman of the Women's created by students in schools of
a lighter, lovelier you I! Camper is the program com- ceremonies. Day activities. I:Duval County.
BETHEL CHURCH : mittee; Publicity commttiee are

Long for skin that's soft bright, radiantly lovely? Try Ethel and Gwendolyn Trimmings; .
ARTRA SKIN TONE CREAM with Hydroquinone! 'entertaining committee, Corrie
New ARTRA bleaches gently, effectively. But so safely PLAN WOMEN'S Johnson, Sandra Wlson and
I it can be used daily on normal skin. And ARTRA van- ,Evelyn Brown. Shop at Cunningham'sMORE

ishes! Just smooth it on-then you'll get that lighter, The adults who have been asked -
lovelier ARTRA look! In the blue and black packageat DAY PROGRAMBethel to prk with the group are:
drug and cosmetic counters. Big 2 oz. tube 981 Winifred Small, Delphine

plus tax.Cosmetic Thomas, Eva Satterwhte, Delores DOLlAR
m OT/ / Baptist Church will observe Mathews Hazel Overstreet, Leola VALUE FOR EVERY

annual Wome-'s Day, JuneS Lawson, Virginia Nettles.Ethel
11 SKIN TONE throughout the day with Mrs Reed and Cynthia Clark.ANNIVERSARY *, * *
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55 /;
CREAM T. E. Nelson as acting pastor. .
DivMon.Union Mrs. Annie M. Grant, general
fharmactullcal K es!womb,New ientf chairman and Mrs. Ada Eddyas SET this
Own new
co-chairman. AT BETHEL BAPTIST 0 ,
015
Regular service will begin with CHURCH SUNDAY a34 0I
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Sunday School at 9:30: ajn., withA ',, ', 1958WESTINGHOUSE
Brembly in charge. Morning District 15 of, Bethel Bapist -
WAR SURPLUS worship will begin, at<; 11 a.m. Institutional Church -will observeits i S .
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ii3 and District 1 and 2 will meet second anniversary in' the I ;

I at the 'church ,at 4 p.m. home of Mrs. Maggie L. Carter, -

I $1.00 LAY-A-WAY SPECIAL! I Evening worship will begin at 966 W. Eighth Street May 11.
7 p.m. The pastor, officers and A program has been plannedand
members of St. Stephen AME a muscal presentation ,will 1 G + 0 with GiantFrozen

ChurCh will have charge of an be made during the observance.The .
after service program at 8 pjn. aniversary will be held .
HOUSE PAINT in the interest of the women's from 4 to 6 p.m. and Mrs Courtney '! Storage

day: effort scheduled in June Carley will serve as ,the mis- r S.
$5.95 Value I'U'Regular tress of ceremonies. #

NOW. . $199 DISTRICT'OBSERVE- '$ 95

EMANUEL BOARDTO
CELEBRATE 2nd ANNIVERSARYThe 229

DISHES 32-Pc. Set . $O95 S ;
: ANNIVERSARYDeaconess }
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president of District 15 of TERRIFIC STORAGE IN-OOOR

Knee Rubber Boots $A50 Pr. Bethel Baptist Institutional j e 3 fuB-wldih shelves
Board 2 of Emanuel Church announced ,the completion -! 1958 d e 2 fua-wldth egg shelves NO TRADE NEEDED
It Baptist Church will observe Its Butter Server
I S plans for the 'district's second IooW
26th anniversary. May 14 at 8p.rn. anniversary to be held May. $5 DELIVERS
Work Clothes Boots
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in the church. The sermon 11 at the home of the president. 3 FULL-WIDTH SHELVES .....4 _
will be delivered the Rev. R.
by 966 West 8th Street from 4 to
L. Wilson of West Friendship -
EXTRA-LARGE FREEZER
-i: Wash Pants t Coveralls Baptist Church. 6 :Mrs.p.m.Courtney Carly ewill serveas 60 lb. Capacity

District 12 will observe its anniversary mistress of, ceremonies for FROZEN STORAGE TRAY

Dress Shoes __.. .. Work Shoes May 12 in the auditorium the musical to be presented. .'. 15 lb. Capacity
of the church and the
contest between J :Montgomery I MOTHERS DAY MEMORIAM FULL WIDTHVEGETABLE /
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and Mrs. Estell Freeman will TO MRS. MARY CLEVELAND CRISPER

WE HAVE THOUSANDS OF BARGAINS terminate.A WHO WENT TO SLEEP OCT. DRAWER
20, 1957
COME IN AND BROWSE AROUND! special Mother's Day feer *. e BUTTER COMPARTMENT ,'

vice ad communion rites will This is the day Mother,;_pear Plus IN THE DOOR -
be :observed May 11 throughout When we thint-of you. j| 'f SHELVES e e / .

".,..-.. the day and the sermon will be Countless are the thoughts wa ; .L
delivered by ,Rev. S. P.
.. Badger BUY ON TERMS FREE OUT OF TOWN DELIVERY ?
haveOf EASY
M s1wW
VETERANSL5 ;' ..... be furnished by the one so kind and true.. .. ;:
: : ,..J ',I .; ;. combined choirs. /. Though this day is. set apart
_,': ARMY &' NAVY'STORE Annual women's day will be: For Mothers everywhere; ;
tserved May 18 throughout the You are always.In cur heart; fht "SAtpt oFTomo ow".A'e h to lock built-in JJi ta.ertinusultt.rdt! westinghouse

20 E. Bay Street ELgin 6-1301 day with :Mrs..Carl Mack general Though safely in His care. ;

chairman in charge. ,. Your Children and Family

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I 1-.. -- I-HEWS y INTEREST* f mr FROM Alt--SECTIOII'S. ___ OF V BEA'UTIFULfLORI._ i ..1 '1, I

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NAACP 'QUESTIONINVESTIGATING STITEGROUPS. Education Convention of West
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Florida

The rally has a two-fold purpose -

COMMITTEE POWERS ,'I PLANS RALLYThe it pays tribute to the late

TALLAHASSEE The N. _A.A. I president of the college and promotes

C. P. attorneys appealed to J10.000 tri-state rally for I a fellowship contributionto
the Supreme Court on a rulingof he Florida Normal Industrial the development program of

the supoena powers of the Memoiral College at St. Augustine the school by giving points of

legislative investigating comittee.The : .' a 4' Florida will terminate at amass value of to the high school stu-
new hearing is set for May >L dent for higher education in a
I meeting Thursday May 22
12. Christian related institution.
I The committee sought to question at the school Sponsoring theally Dr. Sams will be the speaker
ii Rev. Edward T. Graham a ; are the Baptists: of Florida. for the occassion Dr. Sams la

Miami minister, during the courseof The occasion will also mark the pastor of the First' Baptist

investigation to determine second celebration of the "Na- ,Church vice president of the National -
whether Comunist influence is involved sL r. x n eu '.. Baptist Convention a
than W. Collier Day" which was
Yul Brynner and Maria Schell in racial troubles in Flor- member of the college board of

(above) star I nMGM'S technicolor : ida. The witnesses called before instituted last year by the. General trustees and a trustee of. the

sin drama "BROTHES the comittee refused to answeron Baptist Convention of Flor- Most Worshipful Union Grand
the constitutions fifth amend-' Ida Inc. and the Mission and Lodge of Masons

KARAMAZOV" showing Sun- ment. The committee's attorney,

day through Wednesday onlyat :Mark Hawes said he would seek
the Strand. Co-featue Is contempt citation against the wit WE INVITE YOU TO VISIT THE
the frst run shocker "LADYOF
nesses.

'O'Keefe.On VENGEANCE. ," with Dennis committee The NAACP was illegally argued constituted that the- Two Friends Barber Shop

next Thursday and FrI- and had no power to act, and 927 West Monroe Street

day, the Strand will presenton. appealed a holding by Circuit w
stage a Ive play intimate Miami 9 Two Experienced Barbers -
Fritz Gordon of
Judge J. "":
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: Over 35 Years of Combined
Barbering Service
spicy drama entitled /SWAPPING that the committee has the authority

WIVES the fantastic to issue supoenas The persons shown above are on their: way to expand the AME Zion church in -: SPECIALIZING IN LADIES HAIR CUTS :-
tale of two men who actually the Virgin Islands and South America. They left from Idlewild Airport, recently.

traded \vhes. It has an all- aboard a Pan-American Clipper, for the Mi:scn fe: '_ds. where they studied the needsof I Now Under New ManagementJ.
Negro cast of players and. was MAN STRICKENAT the denomination and will propose a plan for farther expansion, ih those are as.
written and produce by the POLICE LINEUPWhile Bishop R. L. Jones who presides over the' work, will hold two annualconferences.while W. WALKER Prop.

brilliant Negro director, Robert there. L-R L. R. Rogers. Bristol, Ten:!.: Mrs. Laura Smalls. Washington D. --C:

Earl Sawyer.. The play is not waiting to identify his as-,I Mrs. Lillian Reid Salisbury. N. C.: Bishop Jones. and Mrs. Carrie Taylor. Salisbury.
vaudeville or a movie but an silant in a police lineup, Ben N. C.: Mrs. Barbara Jones Taylor Cleveland! N. C. is partly hidden; Mrs. Elsie G.
intimate stage production for Street, Keyes and Rev. and Mrs. Hazel Brownrigj. Washington: D. C.
Third
Floyd. 78. of 817 W.- .
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adults only. No one under 16 slumped "in his chair at police .. WILSON & SON

years of age will be admitted. station stricken with a heart at JUDGE REJECTS HOUSE CLEARS WAY ELKS TO SPONSOR
It will be presented at 5:15,
Shoe
Quality Service
tack. SPECIAL PROGRAMBy
and 8:50 p.m. on Thursday and Floyd a wood fuel salesan was TEACHERS APPEAL rOR NEGRO }
Friday. On scree along with CONGRESSMAN -:.
attacked last month by a man
the play will be seen the first choked popular demand the Elks
known as "Charlie" who PALATKA Edward Van- DYEING AND REFINISIIINGOBTHOPEDIO
run technicolor passion (Urn, beat and robbed him as he went Foole a former instructor at the WASHINGTON The House i Social Club will sponsor a second WORK
"SINS OF BORGIAS. Admission
home to get a supply of wood Central School Tuesday cleared he way for i mammoth seafood feast in INVISIBLE SOLES
for this sensational stageproduction Academy High ,
His assilant took a wallet that federal exmaine
grand jury to
will be 9Sc including filed a second appeal to the Put- the social room of the Elks build *:"
contained two $1 bills and $1.45 canceled 'checks and other office
tax Circuit Court for reinstate- ing at 712 W Duval Street Fri- 2935 Myrtle Avenue
in change. man records of Rep. Adam Clayton Telephone: ELgin 4-7025
Floyd was stricken about 10 ment and back pay from the Powell (D.' N.Y.). day evening May 16. Kenneth S. Wilson. Mgr.
minutes before lineup and died Putman County School Board > Without opposition, 'the' lawmakers The success of the last affair

enroute to the hospital. authorized the clerk of of that kind was a grand success
where he alleged he was coerced
the House to respond to subpoenas and those ho attended was so
into last November. '
resigning
TOOTHACHE issued by aNew York pleased they called for another
REFRIGERATORSSERVICED Judge Revels of the Circuit grand jury invesigating possibleincome feast. The social club has plannedan

Court advised yanPoole to "eX- tax violations all sea food dinner for the,

haust your adminsitration rem The subpeonas called for a occasion. / /'* /' /
AND list of Powell's employes during The menu will consist of oyster' Lt hi trffon fn
edies first before petitioning the
REPAIRED 1931-1955.; canceled checks slew, crab chila. fish and other
ORA-JEL CALL PO. .-0127 court." issued to employes and Powell's dishes in the sea food family. ivvi niu
At a school board hearing on attendance record in Congress The membersof the lodge will
January 29 VanPoole failed to The House action was de- be present to welcome the wsl Oar very liberal
show. scribed by Majority Leader McCormack tors. earnings are compounded Each account U
Upon receipt of the second (D.. Mass.) as "not unusual SemiAnnually CURRENT RATE Insured up to

LILLY'S DRUG STORE letition from VanPoole Judge ." Ha explained that this Read "Politics As Usual" on Savings 1 J: 01. $10,000 b y the
Revels gave the same instructionsto I was a routine motion required In this Association 2,0 Fed e rat Savings
1907 Kings Road at Spires I By Eric O. Simpson 3
appeal to the school board before the clerk of the House, which I u and Loan Insur.
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first. can respond to a subpeona. I chartered and supervised ance Corporation

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WINNERS TAKE BOW -"When the 6th District Talent Hunt Omega Psi Phi
Fraternity, closed Saturday night at Elvis Street School and the strains of the melody On Your

wafted out into the open. three North Carolina youngsters had written their Trade With Your Neighborhood Drug Store
DI.STINCTIVEPRINTING into the record. Charlie 2nd left had plunked the
p names Tinsley. Charlotte. from so WE WILL MEET ANY PRICES ADVERTISEDIN
ivories of the piona until he was-declared the winner in a field studdel with the best
# talent from the high schools of North Carolina He won the right to compete for YOUR LOCAL PAPERS
0 national honors at Cleveland, in December. Miss aldo Moultrie Wilson took second

honor and Fred Dougl Tannjer Winsion-Salem received third place m 0 n e y. Dr.

Dewey Duckett Rock HilL S. CM was in charge of the program. while ee J. Howard. Dixie Pharmacy

Atlantic Christian College, shown at the extreme right. served as the critic-Judge

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TOP BOYS AT THE SIXTH DISTRICT OMEGA MEET These are some of

THE FLORIDA STAB the Greek brothers who had charge of the affairs on the top level, as they appeared -
x at the 6th District meeting. held In Wilson. N. c.. April 2527.: L-R Dr. L Greg-

2323 Moncrief Rd.f Comer 13th fi St. ory Newton. First Vice Grand Basileus who represented the Supreme Council Dixie
Durham. N. c. Attorney ,Herbert E Tucker. Grand Basileus. Boston. Massj Attorney Pharmacy

Phone 4-6782 H. Carl Moultrie 1. National Executive Secretary. Washington. D. c. and .
4 Rev J;\Herbert Nelson District Represe dattvo. Bishopville. S. C. who presided King Road and Myrtle '

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.. Florida/ A & M To Get Modern Health/ Building t I IBy






: --.- NEW FACILITIES TO INCREASE .!


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js qr r'a THE SCHOOL HEALTH PROGRAMBy


5 C. Parham Johnson


-j 1 ult TALLAHASSEE Florida A & M University is look-

ing forward to the constructoin of an ultra-modern physical

C. PARHAM JOHNSON education and health plant somewhere on the spacious 381.1

i !rift w7e acres of land possessed by the university.The .

THE SAN FRANCISCO GIANTS opened the 1958 seaason 4 n
with five tan players on the roster. With Ruben Gomez struction pla.1tin house the lapsible to convert it into some-

itching, Valmy Thomas, catching, Orlando Cepeda at first physical education and health thng oif an open air deal in warm

base, Willie Mays in center field and Willie Kirkland in program-of Florida A & M. "We weather. Seating facilities around -

right field and then a look over on the Los Angeles Didgers ; certainly:! need the facility" saidA. the pool will accomodate

ride and see Junior Gilliam in left field, Charlie Neal at : S. "Jake' Gaither athletic 500.

second base and John Roseboro behind the bat, it made all jc nzxwt g xi Y, YIY H director' and head of the physical
The
building will be air-condi
Americans have a very warm and tender feeling for the : education and health department."Our tioned. Complete facilities

National Anthem as it was being player to open the 1958 .e greates need is the pool," including radio and press television

season. L Caither said. "1 would like to
booths and complete outlets for
CHARLIE DUMAS the high see every student learn how to
I public address announcing from

flying jumper from Southern their share: in the count ...... ..__m....__......__._.__. ____ _. .. swim." When completed, the various points of the natatorium.
California contniues to stand out JOHN. ROSEBORO, the man: plant will "help us to do a better When all is completed A & M
The School track has had and
New Stanton High tam very enjoyable season job," concluded Gaither.
as one of the greatest athletes werinsf the mask dhin-guards: and which produces fine athletic
hs shown promise of building for the furure. Some members of the team are
of all time. He recently broke the breast protection for the Los An- basketball and football stars and they hive contributed much to the success of The basketball gymnasium will teams and turns out top athletesand

National Collegiate Athletic As- geles Dodgers has a very good the track team. Every member of the tem worked hard. have 5000 permanent seats and students, but boasts little

eodaion record high jump when chance of filling Campanella'sshoes Shown in the picture from left (front) Levi Battle William Wilcox Preston 1500 folding bleachers. The total of up-to-date facilities will have

he leaped 6 ft. 11 1/2 inches as i as th efrst stiring catcher Graves. Thomas Witherspoon. Harold Dennis. Clarence Williams and Alfred seating capacity will be 6500. the plant to'cope with the increasing .-

the Trojan track team defeated: I the only thing that Roseboro is Austin. Back row Thomas Hines. Rober o Kelly. Robert Parker. Seward Washington There will be elounges for faculty need for modem conveniences

Occidental College. 77 1-6 to 53 I reported to have missing is con- Alphonso Franklin Bernard Can. Herbert Blackshere, .Jesse Nipper. .students and guests, and possibly for training physical

5-6. Dumas holds the world record -I I fidence. If Roseboro can becoe Carlton Harris. Paul Collins and Jack D.&wson. bowling alleys. I education and health instructors
in the high jump: He leaped self-confident like Valmy Thomasof

7 feet, 1/2 inch in 1956 to establish hte Giants? Earl Battey of the The conventional shaped adjacent

the world mark.. White Sox and Elston Howard of and wc'jfrs::: 185 p:)u:1ds. Holmes ROBINSON INJUREDN buildings to the right of the dome KEEP HAMGOING PRO.
the Yankees, he wouuld be a perfect !DETROIT GROUP will serve primarly as a girls'
WR* asnrr e9 to he Savannahs BACKS
SAM BROWN* the ex-UCLA replacement for the ever dependable REDLEGS GAME gym. It will be joined to the __ _...._
tailback is said to .::>--s If the South Atlantic t o.sa.caana -wona.
AlkAmerican
Roy Campanella. WITH basketball building by a ramp. .rm..onll. A.orwM
CHICAGO CUBS Z ...
have turned down an offer from League but since that time he ASKS TIGERS TO In the girls secton of the plant _-wnrwwtw.rro..as
THE NEW YORK YANKEESare ......w.ArwAUu..,---.......
the Hamilton Tiger-Cats to sign has been sent to Alburkuerque, will be a T shaped siwm- MtO ws&a ..-as its
top heavy in pitchers. The i CHICAGO aA&a...100R_Alt Ie.t---MIrv
with the Cleveland Browns Bronx New Mexico of the Class A West- Frank Robinson, ming pool. There is no pool on I lHI. ......'...,.
Bombers have Don Larson
coached by Paul Brown. When ern League. Cincinnati Redlegs star outfielderwas the at
HIRE NEGROESDETROIT campus present .There
Whitey Ford Bobby Shantz,
taken to Memorial
Sam Brown becomes a teammateof Wesley
will be permanent roof over the zr ;
Johnny Kucks and Tom Sturdiv- MANAGER JACK l.
TIGIIE, of Hospital last Sunday after suffering
Jim Brown it will be Browns, pool, but the sides will be col-
Brown Brown, Brown everywhereon lint as sarters and Bob Grim and the Detroit Tigers thinks Minnie injuries in the ninth inning A.Ad
the gridiron RInold Duren Jr., a great relieferto Minoso of the Cleveland Indiansis A delegation of of he first game of a double-

call on. They also have Sal a better all around player than forty Negroes, working under the header with the Chicago Cubs.

TIlE FIGHT IS ON for Rookieof :Maglie and Al Cicette who are Mickey Mantle of the New York name of Briggs Stadium Committee Robison fell 'sprawling while

the Year honors in the major still looking for an opportunity to Yankees. Tighe says Minoso can
scheduled a meeting with chasing Walt Moryn's wind-blown
leagues with tan players in the take their turn on the mound. run, hit, bunt, throw and in fact NOW OPEN!
Detroit Tiger General Chairman double which gave the Cubs a
thickest of the fight. Willie Kirk- LEE MATE, rookie outfieder he can do anything. He said 5-4 victory. He walked off the
land and Orlando Cepeda of the tothe Minoso has done John McHale in an effort to per-
with the -Milwaukee was sent everything to field after having been knockedout. ,
Giants R C Stevens of the Pirates suade hm to hire Negro baseball
; Class AAA Wichita Braves justfy Tighe's thinking. His He also suffered cuts and

.and Vada Pinson the first of the American Association has hustle has made him he spark. players.The bruises on the forehead and nose

grand sla hitter in 1958 of the been assigned to Class AA Austin plug of the Indians. after his sunglasses had been
Cincinnati Redlegs have given Texas club of the Texas League Rev. George Hill Jr., dean

notice that when {he tallies are subject to the Braves option. Mayewas JOE COTTON, of A & T Col- of the United Theological Semi. shattered I
win be here for lege has joined the select no-hit
counted they quite a favorite with the nary and chairman of the committee -
Jacksonville Braves 6 f the South collegiate pitchers. He recently said' : "We want action PALMSOF 4
Atlanic League in 1957. pitched a no hitter against Blue-
field State College in pitching an and are not interested in prom
.. HARRY (Suitcase) SIMPSON, Wine Tastes
8-0 victory for his team. Cotton ises." .
the injured oufielder-first base-
was also a power in basketball.He .
man of the New Yankees has Dertoit has several -
Negro players
Your led the Aggies to its frist have changed JACKSONVILLEFORMERLY
from his
had the cast removed
basketball title since 1937. He at its various affiliated farm
broken right wrist and is now =
LuckyNumbers was voted the "most valuable clubs, but the. Tigers have never ( THE 2-SPOT)
in
worknig out to get back shape
for active duty.RAYMOND player in the CIAA the past stea- placed a Negro in its major league HAVE YOU
son. The most significant
thing
HOLMES a 20winer uniform for a game
about his no-hitter is that this si CHANGED
with the Indianapolis Clowns his The Rev. George Hill said his I DANCING NIGHTLY
first try in college baseball. I
he Cincin-
has been purchased by
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to
does not
Cotton holds a very close re- group come agreement
substanial
nati Redlegs for a YOURS
Colors semble to Big Don Newcombe of with the Tigers by a set
Lucky Days Lucky amount which was not revealed.
BY ASTROLOGYIn is -20-years-old sands 6-2 the Los Angeles Dogers. date a meeting will be held and
Holmes GET ON STAGE'ATTRACTIONARNETT
Your WeeklyHOROSCOPE RALPII DUPAS, finally got a the committee will decide on a

GUIDE 76 49 shot at the lightweight title now date to boycott the stadium.
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Sad ;2.00 for your Horoscope held by Joe Brown, but he dear- 'Pu COBBAND
326Clown "Since 1954 the club has spent
854 30 beloved New
Guide with lucky numbers ly Orleans hometown

lucky days lucky colors. boy who has been to court I approximately $75,000 on colored

Enclose a stamped envelope. Watch This on so many occasions to prove players and at Tigertown during HIS ORCHESTRAAlso

himself white had to leave his spring training 12 1/2 per cent
t hometown to do it.Dupas the pride
-0- 2 9 of the personnel, or 22 playerswere TRIPLE xxx
and joy of New Orleans had togo THE DELLS
Negroes;" :McHale said.
8 Texas to fight for the crown
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Fill In and Mall to: *;, r.
since Negroes and whites arebarred The comittee was concernedover --- .
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ZODIAC 7 8 from fighting each otherIn he fact that out of that ADMISSION__.75c-MONDAY Thru THURSDAY

the state of Louisiana. SOe Sunday and Holidays
Friday. Saturday
P. O. Box 7S2Jacksonville 53 55 68 number none of the players were

T 1, FIs. THE NEW ORLEANS PELI. good: enough for a Detroit Tgers
296 34 -:-- 110 CANS of the Southern Association
uniform. SAMMY DOUGLAS
I'' Name ....................... Sometimes Ads appears to be headed for
op Master Of Ceremonies
another saseon like they suffered "
ADDRESS .................. Sometimes he's down
He adds subtracts last season when they became a

City State .................. De works It si around complete flop at the game. The BRUTON TO RETURN. A"u SPECIAL!

Birthday .................... Coming Attraction tiling hat caused' the flop and TO ACTIVE DUTY
drove them out of the league SUNDAY 3:30 TO 6:30 P. M.

mcnth:.&.day 75 07 95 seems to be the same reason that WITH MILWAUKEE

will do it again if it should come TEENAGE MATINEEADMISSION

about and from the attendance

.it looks dark for the Pelicans. MILWAUKEE Milwaukee _- _.____ 50c
y The Negro fans do not feel that Braves fans have been jubilent

l I they should not support a team since the announcement was POSTIVELY NO ADULTS
dor6ol
i that cannot hire tan players. and made that Bill Bruton, the fleet
they just stay away.
outfielder who has been out of

ORLANDO CEPEDA Willie action because of..a serious knee
KIrkland and Jim Davenport, the COMING NEXT WEEK
injury since last July will be backin
WATER REPEiUNT three rookies of the New York the team's lineup Thursday TRIPLE %%% .

? HAtflt CARE Giants are playing a big partin May 15.The STARTING MONDAY. MAY 12
keeping the San Francisco

. ._ p..A, Aart wtth Giants in the upper bracket in : Braves .front office said

bonoirCMZMU the league standing The three i Dr Donald Donogime, who per.
JAMES BROWN
are doing everything that couldbe formed an operation on Billy's
of baseball player.
expected a
knee last winter informed them I
They are hitting running throw
that the star outfielder win be AND HIS FAMOUS FLAMES

I 1Iywt = ing, stealing that'could bases be and expected.BIG everythingelse ready for duty by that time. NEVER TOO SWEET Also ,.

LUKE EASTER of the Bruton suffered the Injury ITS A GAY _

1 ML .tr rli s e Buffalo Bisons of the International when: he. collided with Felix PARTY: WINE FAT GONDERAND

___ ___ League has been handicappedthis Mantilla midway in the season WITH THE

I L .. season because of his eyes. and missed the remainder of the LUXURY TINGLE HIS ORCHESTRA
He has had trouble with his.
games with the, Braves. He also
since the first Week of I.
glasses World Series which
missed the I -POWERFUL GOOD"For I
. ttIn //v / / the 1958 season got underway. his team won from the Yankees. -VISIT-
Lukt 4s-the:! ,terror of the-interna

, IWA-. tional League when everything 19 I For the'past-few weeks, Bn taD Adults Only CATO THE CHEF'

l going LSMOaTS has ,been taking exercises to
. I SAILING UNTIL WE B'5engthi>h the injured knee.. His Dist By Se+&o&'4 'Ber. Co. AT THE-PALMS DINING ROC
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t SMOOTH BAILING UNTIL WZAGAIN. : Jii':mss"srimk. to'tfie. aIM of a -""'

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-- On Page 2 I Modem room apt.vrita bath. toysand girls of botJi Parental Another ultra-modern design lathe

'1446 West 8th Street. Homes with a Halloween party.I new Glass' home going up

TONITE & SAT. NITS Chips Off The Blocks The 'Jerry Iszards are making on 23rd Street.

I j Iars! to move into their new
11:30 P. M. -;- May 9 & 10 APPLY Ninth f?'e* :-o-r.e in the ne r
d 1st Time In Jax Mill-Smith Reality Company FIGHT BOMBS!
7k F future. The Is.....rd home was designed -
431 West Duval St. ,
ON STAGE KARA-KUM'S EL 4-7093 by "jay jay"1Qo by George Patterson and : WITH BALLOTS
International Mystery Show! features an inovation in nomes

Amazing iu our section. The redwood panel t REGISTER JUNE 2
ROOM FOR RENT
"THE CRAWLING
Modern furnished room. No matter how hard he tries hippy m. e. and all around man STARTS NOW
THING"James RITZ THEATRE
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1 Dean Comes Out ofGrave children and cooking privileges.EL the weather man can't..,please ev Friday on the Palm stage. Tne SUNDAY! Thru SAT.
3-7150. .
eryone. Just last week it was other night Sammy had a running .
Presley SingHplus !
too hot; this week it's too cool. feud with Jerome Forest '" O SELZN CK'S production of ERN s"g
"I Can't Escape" 75c
ROOM FOR RENT Believe it or not the mercury We didn't know that Jerome

STRAND Rooms for rent Phone EL 5- dropped to a low forty-nine degrees formerly cut pulpwood.Get .

=tlWea- 5874 in this old town Wednesday your glasses out and pre-
m night That set some sort pare to squint if you like movies. .

of a record for a May night in Dig the menu. Opening Sundayat

these parts. the Ritz for only four daysis

SPRING SPECIALS! The temperature may have the immortal "A Farewell To TO ARMS

been cold but the political pots :Arms" with Rock Hudson and r

euc 3 SKI?; 99c 3 PANTS 99c was were pulling not. Mayor out' all Haydon stops Burns in an 'Jennifer the great Jones.pictures This of is 1958.one The of ROCK HUDSON JENNIFER JONES VITTORIO DE S1CA

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in COLOR W tx LUX!
efforts to regain popularity lost Settings are some of"the finest e.rY.u.'NO..O..COYIM
A tip of the Pepsi Cop
to these outstanding SWEATERS; Cleaned and Pressed during the cab strike. As fate movie history. Selznik did it up

young Americans who :?:;Plain would have it, all the cards the with Papa Hemmingway's mast- THRUST. "Co/e Younger, Gunfighter"STRAND

make nor country and -{' DRESSES mayor picked were winners. Po- erpiece. Starting the next weekat

our plate<< community in ubhta a to better lite.i2Wj SUIT/, #.' 69 PlaID 69c l.tically thinking Jaxons hailed the Ritz is 'Teyton Place"

Mea' Z-plece C his recent conference of Southern starring Lana Turner. If you've

........ & &. Ladles 2-PJec.e Plain Mayors and other officialsas read the book, see the picture. SUN. WED. ONLY1st .
... 11' .... ,, DRY FOLD a masterpiece of political The Strand is in the film derby RUN TOP HITSI!

: EVENING GOWNS LAUNDRY sportsmanship. The mayor's stock also. Opening Sunday at the

r zoomed several points. In a Ashley Street playhouse is Yul YUL BRYNNER .. "BROS. KARAMAZOV"DENNIS
$E99 Per Pound up Erynner inr'he Brothers Kara-

.ji 8c Minimum 000 broadcast special telecast, "Hizzoner"and skirted live radio the mazov." The feature is 'Tlain- o-KEEFE "LADY OF VENGEANCE"COMING

Any IDD4 tree County" with Liz Taylor and
to let a
: cab strike and began
S DAY SERVICE in the near future "Run Silent ON STAGE THURSDAY and FRIDAY
.
.. ... little light be cast on the bus,
FAST SERVICE AT STANDARD PRI9ESI strike. Seems as the rumors' Run Deep," is coming The cur

", ., ; ,: + met co-feature 'Pajama Game"
;' around town that a local groupis
If- starring Doris Day is drawingraves. "SWAPPING WIVES"Intimate
ECI CUT BATE CLEANERS seeking the bus franchise are .
.
well founded. Seems also that
ik4 ,, ",,) ...... of the Les Fleurs
Members
the union's charges of meddling Spicy Adult Drama (Not Vaudeville or a
.. "' L.. 3 CONVENIENT LOCATIONS Club are making arrangements
thrown at the city officials may
"JGEORGE ,__ Movie) Live Drama About 2 Men who Actually Swap-
((1) 96 Broad Street (Between State & Dewdrop) (2) 807 not be all hot air. for their annual picnic they
BARNES Wives! 90 Minutes of Adult Fun Before Your
At 27th Street) Parental ped
Road
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Slain Street ((3)) sass Moncrlef After staying out of politicsfor sponsor for the Boys
Douglas Anderson Junior several years the 'preacher- Home. Each year the club stagesa Very Eyes! All Seats 93c

High School politicians" of,the city are stag- free picnic for the lads com Plus On Screen: "SINS OF BODGIAS"

Pepsi Cola Dealers and Pepsi + ing a comeback. The "Brotherscf plete with free hot dogs and plenty

Cola Bottling Company are 4 the Cloth" made their first of pop. In addition to the STARTS SAT.. MAY 17th 8 BIG DAYS1st

proud to salute George The SEAFOOD Center move when they infiltrated and THEATRE IN AMERICA TO PLAY AT REGULAR PRICES

Barnes took charge of the mayor's -
of the 9th --
grade
Good location.
UNFURNISHED W ..,..... .,.
"Youth Advisory Council. On & LI e" '" Mt A. '&5 r
class He is a member of + CORNER MYRTLE AVENUE AND ADAMS $6.00 ith lights. EL 5-1109 ,, ;
-' MON'I'GOME.8. CLIFT .
the Industrial Art Club and Wednesday night at Bethel Bap- Sfi{r'1 ,1 I.:

an honor student. If- Select,OYSTERS for frying u____ _n umn.m_____. pint $1.15N. tist Church the ministers again HELP WANTED \\\t\ fIELIZABETH TAYLOR J 1J

Carolina Standard OYSTERS _uuumu________ Pint 98c rude a bid for a '"place in the Experienced Party plan manager ?,EVA MARIE SAINT./_ :
*yk7k******** sun" but were nosed out at the 1 --.v'
BARGAIN BASEMENT faction. It and dealer. Phone EV 4. \ 't'\ \,.- =JT.\', .l.Jj Vs. f': )Ml&rS
wire by a younger 6211 w ..._ to ill M.2'i' I' 'tInCH"" "'!::' /
I Black Sea Bass from is rumored that the old reliable -. -a-- .-:_.-. .
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Snapper Banks --------- "church vote" has been sumonedby
Local Fresh Caught;; Caught29c; :
the mayor.
Blue Ocean Bream _n___ i They ,are ewhalkig at the FOR YOURDRIVER.S I ROOSEVELT1st CWM
$ I LICENSESOr Tues
Spanish Mackerel. Local 1'alms this weekj Arnett Cobb and

I "yA MEDIUM MULLET Fresh Caught __u-n' Lb. 25c his Mob with Charlie Ross on the Learning To Drive RUN DOUBLE SHOCK SUOW!

; Jumbo SHRIMP boneless for frying ___ Lb. $1.15 organ are pitching a slight one.. AJAX DRIVING SCHOOL "Flesh is Weak" and "Blonde In Bondage"

Medium SHRIMP for boiling ...--m__.__ Lb. 89c Everyone 'in the Cobb'' aggregation 6th Street
.zH Fancy Frozen ROE MULLET _---.--- Lb. 29c can go man. Monday nlte 1134 West

YELLOW TAIL SNAPPER _________m____ Lb. 49c folk had a treat. Walter Thorn ELgIn 44)639) I Not Recommended For Children!

Fancy CATFISH fully dressed _____.___. 00 Lb. 49c too a local pianist joined Charlie GEORGE L. PERPENA, DIr.
J
r--- -*_ *f._! RED SNAPPER small size ___ __.Lb. 59c and played the baby grand. After: I

C Douglas; Anderson Junior Claw CRAB MEAT __.__.._..__.?._______ Lb. $1.00 the session. Walter and Billy
iC: "igh; School Speckled TROUT "Chicken of the Sea" ____u__ Lb. 49c Moore had a slight session with II DriversBIG
Cab
M Marion Ls a member of the Billy on drums and Walter on
BUILD
w the 9th grade class where FREE PARKING REAR AND SIDE I organ. Those of*you who haveheard YOU LET A US BEAUTIFUL I

she serves as* secretary In I the boy missed somethingwhen

her homeroom. She is a THE SEAFOOD CENTER you failed to hear him CONCRETE 2 or 3 BEDROOM BLOCKHOUSE BENEFIT

1' member, of the tl>bttuigTV play The' Nearness of You"on
y 1 Myrtle Avenue and Adams Phone El 4-1468
club student council and a'K the organ.Wednesday .
Wo.will take a lot or your
member of the honor society. night Charlie play DANCE.Monday
house in trade.
j( MAIUON 5IOSLEY ed for "kicks" and gave out LET US COMPLETE YOUB .

K*********** You Aiito with several old favorites suchas HOME THAT YOU HAVE ALREADY I
"Indian Love Call" on the :
STARTED CASH
box. Also on the bill are the Nite
WILL BE PAID FOR YOUR
Dells. This is about the only

a k BUY NOW! vocal group I can tolerate of the LOT -:- EASY TERMS

,. rock and roll school. The boys FLA. SUN-SASH May 19 10 It.Iii. 'till
are neat and clean-cut and have

At R. S. Evans harmony. 'Larry Birdsong CONST. CO.

rounds out the bill Not to .
Kaw COMPLETE HOMEIMPROVEMENTS m m
be forgotten becaUSf! he won't .
1O-DAY SPECIAL!
allow o you si Sammy Douglas
7 W. 21st st.-Just off Main
the dancing joking and mike- !
EL 5-9177 EL &8219 Silve.star


FAREWELL TO ARMS


Douglas LEROY Anderson SMITH'Junior 'c I I" ll iIJ"AII COMES.... TO RITZ Real Estate 5672 AVE. B.


High School f; MA Farewell to Arms," David $ LOANS $ ORCHESTRAGUEST
Tribute Is paid to Leroy of 1( O Selznick's flaming screen adaptation ___

the 9th grade class This & of Ernest Hemingway'sgreat $1,000 $%.000 ...- ENTERTAINERS :

young man Is a member of iC novel of love and war will $4,000 up to $29,000 JAM SESSION

the photography club, 1I1-Y wand at last be seen when the Twen- Payable $1.00 per mo. per hundred .
ADMISSION -
an honor student. His << tieth Century-Fox release premiers on unpaid balance at 6%. -

;!. n.. are to become a law-* at the Ritz Theatre starting. Let us help you to complete SOc PER PERSON .
Table
For
1958 No Charge
yer. II Sunday. Stars Rock Hudson Jen- I your house or refinance 88

LINCOLN nifer Jones and Vittorio De Slca, In the same place. .. FREE DOOR PRIZES
'%* *r years .
,
Color -
Luxe
.. ""* Premier 4 door the Cinemascope, De CanJ. ) r
1958,. film was shot entirely In Italy', '
hard top. complete ,
*Y.CongratulatioM from Peps CADILLACCoupefull .. '1 power. air making' use of the majestic Dot.; P. YOUNGMr. GOOD FOOD

three Merit omite Mountains and over 10,000 .
Cola to these conditioned with At,Reasonable Prices
.W Awarad winners! pow. r windows. extras for the thrilling battle Simmons Mr. Walsh I -' MIxes ... .., I"-
vent '.
or auioronic eye* Main and Monroe Ice And All -
A Listen to Pepsi Merit Award Selling prite $6. 4 This car is new scenes. BUg. ALL
salutation on Ptpsl Cola J Preview audiences who have already 212 Masonic Temple COME ONE COME
700.00. This car ,., This car is now WQ14 DRIVERS
TEEY.TDIZWBHO, 1400 viewed the spectacular Phone EL AND HELP THESE
is new. Out 4selling for near entire EL 1-IS81
Saturday gave high praise to the .
$7.000.00. Our
: is
price. production and especially to the
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$5,495.00: work of stars Hudson Jones and It

$5,495.00YOU De Sica. In fact the work of ITT

aia these three stars, each lendingan

entirely differetn qaulity, has

YOU AUTO AUTO resulted in that rare situationa

BUY: NOWOF- BUY NOW perfect balance between the
actors and the almost overwhel

1\\ NEW AN USED CARSALLMAKES I If ming production.', technical-. aspects of- the thin in LIQUORS !

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".- .' \. In>'addition, Producer Selniek .

t. ; ">':- .. AND MODELS+ end'e ; _h -> ".,.".
:- -$;. la Aad Look Around : international! -
.Coo* cast players of 6. ..

utation ta the various.,feature .- .
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end> supporting roles. Each part ,.. :: -:.' : _.;+' ''' 4s

Dea1mr1 o: RSEVANSM': u_ no:;matter" ...hoW email has been mi.al .....- .... .
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