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Florida star
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General Note:
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Title:
Florida star
Uniform Title:
Florida star (Jacksonville, Fla.)
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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 17, 1958
Publication Date:
Frequency:
weekly
regular

Subjects

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

Notes

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

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University of Florida
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issn - 0740-798X
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during an argument with her boyfriend and jumped out a CONSIDERING VIGILANTE GROUP

window. from which she escaped with comparatively. minor
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t i injuries. .

f Miss Thebna Lee Edwards, 26,
of 820 1/2 W. ,Beaver Street was RIDER ACCUSES By Staff Correspondent:
Jacksonville
Negro citizens, already stirred by; two recent .
.,. injured last Tuesday when she dynamitings, were warned: of new bombings ,by the
'J jumped from a two story window so-called "Confederate Underground",. '
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:during with her CAR DRIVER OF p.
an argument It was ,reported that a batch ,

f ,boyfriend. J of cards, supposedly issued by I ,

t She told police she and her the "Underground" were thrown ....-

i. boyfirend.'Harry Grant were having SNATCHING $20 from .a car Ins.L Thu"al xw.Q;. : 1I1 -. ,

an argument and. ,that- she ..**- "f- > >< +F' egroe..stan. irug; C ; -- ___ ___ __u_
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toICthr not4*' ** i
he did
stoparguing
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street corner fortI'a.nS4
waiting hy&Brewaier Men's Club that
Scenes fr<$mthe. Molher8xDay program'glv
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would
"i with her she ,jump ; '
t 25 xHtation, honored: the oldest and ihay,youngest" ,mother: .attending the meeting. 'Seen here from, ,
cut the window. She said theargument I \ViIHe Chapman, of 576 r
: .: A ,Saxon who picked up,one of left .to right 'are:, Jack H.xWKlriinton.. 'Director cf Brewster Hospital Mrs. Eliza I
continued and she. did James Street told"" In a ;signed' statement Look
police he''got' the cards said there were four *" to I Rich' Perry.Mrs. LoUie.'Collier Miss Ann Parker. Deaconess of the 'Hospital and J.
out, ot, her room window Magazine, '
jump a ride in a courtesy car to go white .men in the black sedan. Coy X-eroy Colling, Earl-Morse., President the Club. (Sherard, Photo)
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on the second floor. blamed the Little school _. .. .
whack. jvas from Moncrief and 45th Streetto One of them tossed the'cards out Rock' "': ., "" ::;::-_-::..::.... _..._ -:;- ,_ -.- ...::r
She admitted 'that she had, been integration violence on both Arkansas -
the 2100 ,block Forest Street, and said This here's for you
drinking N..s'. Govi; Orval Faubus and ,
Miss Edwards was carried to and when the car reached his President
The cards are of normal business Eisenhower ,. ,
Duval Medical Center where she destination he attempted to payfor Expressing his views ,
,size, with three tines of type. on segregation -
was treated for a fracture of the
his transportation from a 920 At the top, in small letters, were Collins said that in the
left hip and ,possible internal in-
bill but the man snatched the the words "Regular 'Bombings. state of Florida segregation "WIll
juries.
money and drove east. The second line reads: "Confed continue in any'community a
Patrolman E. Jefferson con- where
erate Underground.." and the last:
ducted the investigation. Officers said they picked up line reads: "Negroes ,and Jews its abandonmet, would cause deep]

Chapman at his residence and Our Speciality." and dangerous! hostility".

carried him to Police Station to The- incident occurred at the In placing his blame on Faubushe 4 trr

HOUSEWIFE STABBEDBY cneck pictures of drivers of corner of Old Kings Road and said that Faubus had failedto

Myrtle! Avenue between 6 and 7 :> J Y44 [
HUSBAND DURINGA use "his police
courtesy cars. He said he did not powers affirmatively -
a.m. The four-door sedan borea to'prevent 'enforcement :
HEATED BRAWLA think he could recognize him b ot
a Florida license plate but, the judical order" knowing that it
his picture,and he wasn't: positive informant could not identify the was inevitable that a crisis would .y. y 7 4 rY .

44-year old .housewife said just what;kind, of, car it was. make. of ,the car. arise "because' ,the courts are :
:she was stabbed in the back witha i t 4 1
He said, however, that one Negro now placed in the
butcher knife by her husband d Patrolman P. "E. Hendrix investigated unnatural andI 3' 3 .
in the had been at '
group believe'untenable, i .. ,
position o f t f
last
Sunday and she snatched the ,. .(
knife and cut him on the wrist (Continued on page S-Column 6) i actig in executive and legislative, m :J
as well as judicial capacities."

during an argument. At the ume I IIi his attack on the NAACP -. F y'r ,. .

both were drinking. Special Late Flash. Collins said "We J are in a situation
Mrs. Bertha l MEDICAL STAFF '
Anderson told the in Which'
I the National As- t
police she and her husband, !
sedation for -Advancement of "
Ernest Anderson had been drink Friday-afternoon'about Colored : p 'i ;
People
decides
where and "
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ing and they got into a arg ment. HOLDS ELECTION,. 2:30 p. '-Stanton: High, when to desegregate. These are +Ao. :

The husband grabbed the butcher '
decisions tha.t'sbo
School received a warning ld rest with
knife and stabbed her, and after BREWSTER an agency I created by law and r f s ''eY, kf"rw b n r,
AT :
that bomb would ) #xy
being stabbed she snatched the a .. responsible to' an the people". ..

knife and cut him she said., explode 'in'.the school at In the article "How At Mothers \
It Looks a special Day program given at Mt. Siam Church Mrs. Victoria

Both parties were taken to Du- Election of officers of the 3:00: p.m. The office clerkat From the South- Coy Collins Anderson (seated) was 'crowned "Mi. Sla! 's Mother of the Year". Also shown on
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were val Medical treated for Center injuries-and where then they' Brewster Hospital's Medical Staff the school said the call said "Hostility to. the decisions the picture with Mrs. Anderson are children Celestine and Alexander Anderson who
among Southern whites not only sponsored their-mother.

were arrested drunkenness, was held 1its May meeting er was: a woman who halted a growing acceptance of -- -- --

police records show. with the following physicians said: "A bomb will ,go Negroes on a nonSegregatedbasis WOMAN IS
STABBED
elected and* the fa NAACP TO OBSERVE SCHOOL LAWANNiyERSARY.SUNDAYAT3P.M.
accenting re off in yourschool at 3:00 many ways, but hampered 1
sponsibilities' : ijY BUTCHER KNIFEA
of offices for the improvements in health,
/ WOMAN IS INJURED '
Year of -195s. 959.- o'clock you* had 'better ,and
.. housing education even .on a
BY HER BOY FRIENDA get those' N .s outgo segregated, basis" \ 28. -}ear-old woman was
The officers are: Dr. C. Burling ,_ '_ : .. .. ,
:Airing his 'on"the stabbed in both thighs, left side
views
situation
Koesch. president; Dr. Emmet F. the building ., k'
46-year-old,woman takento
was
at home Collins said "In and stomach last
Ferguson vice president; and Dr. : Tuesday when
Duval :Medical Center by policeambulance City Commissioner Lou Florida we have The local branch of the National Association for the
Lincoln B.:Childs, secretary. no integrationin bile was attacked by a man who
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to be. treated for cutson schools. Advancement of Colored People will join the nation Sunday -
our public And sinceI
Ritter
her and Members was addressing .an in the Fourth : came to her house and jumPedon
head and body .a of the Staff Execu have Andrersax'Y.Celebration oi the Supreme
encouraged our people to '
broken left shoulder and a brokenleft tive Committee who win serve as assembly when the warning regard the Constitution, as ,interpreted Court's 'School Desegregation :decision with a program at her. f.
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hand suffered in a fight with department beads' for the sam e Charles 3:00: P.'m: at "the 'C.enrnl! Baptist Cfiurch on Third Street ,
came Principal l by the Supreme. Court, ag; ,Miss Evelyn, Troutman, 540
her boy friend last Monday.Mrs. period are: Dr. near Broad.
Hardy
Bowen.
af the ,
the law, land I have been .
1 i
Nellie Frazier, of 230 Department fo Surgery; pre John Brooks waited_ until! accused ',of dealing iri 'words The Rev R; I* Jones; pastor ; Fverson" Street told police _she
no : : -
Spruce Street told police she and J. Fisher Department of OB- the official finished h Italk 8 deedS. I respond., ''thatt.there fen t cf Central PtW! 'been i,the purpose,of...the-,program, Sunday heard- a knock on her ,door, and
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her boy .friend .Surf,Johnson 51, GYN; .Dr; Horns A.: Price,Cpe- before instructing the times when words .are deeds I chosen to'deliver? the address 'for and- calls fore'one.hundred when she opened it Johnny Callo-"
of .233 Street had an partment of Pediatrics and Dr. x: :: '
Spruce the'i-- attacked her with ,
way knife.
a
regard integration ,in and for itself Per' cent support In the
observance.
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students clear auditonaxnTTfie
the
to
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argument in her .apartment: ;'when EL WlUlamsV, Department' of ou t "*" : She, ,evaded-;the _knife. ausra: ,"
-as no-proper "goat But developing :..mticnal. .Cltfice.-ot
"toe iL .stick.cut her 'and- struck. *.. .her. .* .with r* ternal JHedidne.. :" :'*aI' t .... ,sTucfente- remained :ft' healthy.. 'climate ,for r"' baa>: requested* branches* '; ',- membership-drive.will; also:.- her into and the ',kite&en stabbed whtrehe hen ', caught'.. ',__ '..

'* Mrs. .Frazier had :aeyeral .te4rutiTon ...,:.. .. . ;.... ; on:. the field,'out racial tolerance Florida is*"a *very high rtate5<<::- nd .area-units, tof.'otaervc continue and"all 4 who are'f interested

-; her*, forehead and body- :, FIGHT BOMBS side ,the school :for more goal. In we Jure achievedfar the day: :in; commemoration of .in becoming rnembers She 'was taken to Duval Medical

Johnson: wimp taken lato'eustody- 'J; more wholesome climate of the ,.farsighteddecln banded 1 .of Center in a.'police'. car where'
by Patrolmen J. 1'. Ixwre u4 T.LuUen .. WITH BAIJJOT8 than an hour but the opinion than we .would..nave if oown, tj the Supreme Cant.president the NAACP will be abietto, doso ,sbe'.W88 treated by Dr. 'Karris..Patrolmen .

the tnveatigatiar Mice Tf: ( ,aYNJ: t. ,j 11ombJ.ngnever-eame.-; we had-plunged Into:desegrega-, C.'.Rv.Warfrfngton of ; $unday.al/wCentral.Baptist:: i ..7. tseldoaand G.

.IA ... -{ ..: tion'at an cost. '.-- ;tht:3oealj lt1 no t.1 z- :Ctofcn. ,Henry:'investigated..'-''- "
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661 Jacksonville 1. Florida .,
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People, last week called for "people to people" communication -
Erie O. Simpson ..%.....,..,.....L...;.0.........*......Editor .r between the races, in an address prepared for delivery f fI

C:ParnanT Johnson '.....;..............'...-.......-.N WBstaff'AJtamae I at a mass meeting of the Nashville branch of the NAACP."Our .

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in the prepared text, "is now by fang methods. The churches (

Member of Associated Negro, Press, v engaged in a 'people to people' ,of both races offer a channel,

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and order and counseled com-
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pliance.
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SEGREGATION PLACES i Too many white citiezns of I
SCHOOL .
the South Mr. Wilkins charged,
I I >" have become "captives of the ,

-NEGROES ATDISADVANTAGE.V, ::f,; rabble. They dare not speak.
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A scholastic ,intelligence test score, is not an. adequate. r 3 timidaed. Their businesses and J
their famihles
and social
measure of ability or potential and has limited usefulnessin \ : ".<- standing \
I l have been
threatened.
They
y
of ;;
predicting further; achievement, University. Chicago. have been dragooned into con-
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Professor Allison, Davisxsaid recently. Wf
; formity. Ministers rot
may
difference between the test ,scores of Negro and ; : = 1---- ,'., I
whiteThe : gr54,o'ag preach except they preach segre-
emphasizes the educational disadvantage suf. i ): gation. Teachers may not teach l'

fared' by Negro students'under" the segregated school systems PERIOD, OF CALM? SEE THAT THEY NEVER'REACH THE FLOOR except hey teach segregation.
in the United States the education professor said-_
Students may not discuss segregation
Another expert, Dr.v Robert Bierstedt, chairman ,of the except to endorse it." \

: sociology department of City College New York, said dis- I

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crimination; "which is a matter of action", can be dealt :=>:;;;:;;w.-;;:':::' 6''''''''';' :< =

.with, b y law whilp ,preudice? a matter of, attitude, can be9veropmei.'by Your WeeklyHoroscope SIMPSON
education. IT'S IMPORTANT
of goodwill in the South, a movement \
':' -Both:" Beakers were addressing school principals and GuideWHICH that will rise above the

guidance;. counselors at a day-long1 conference in Indiana- rabble-rousers, the sowers of'aselhood That You Vote j

Pa Jhdlast: April 25. and suspicion, a move-

v''""There 'are several considerations that must be taken ARE YOUR LUCKY- DAYS FOR, ment that will get around the May 27 j

|into;account: in evaluating the usefulness of test scores as BUSINESS LOVE' TRAVEL self-seeking politicians who

'} a". jjuide:,In effecting desegregation in the public schools". would make personal capital of On The Question ,

i Professor Davis said. dissension and fear
PABLO The ASTROLOGER
>, ,Having revealed the inadequacy of scholastic intelligence By "The vast majority of white Of Electing ('

i' test scores, the University of Chicago educator listed southerners wants peace and progress .
three other considerations. AmES not budge. The re'jultsYou are: mate aims. The urge to enjoy and obedience to the law Or AppointingA

; "Second he continued, "the evidence that white and Born March'' 21 thru April 19 anxious to obtain can only be had the season and its events should on school desergregation. It

Negro children have equal mental ability at the pre-school It',would be most hazardous when you have solved your eco be fully satisfied. wants to find a way to complyin School Superintendent

age: level indicates that the influence of deprived environment right now to consider, acceptor nomic difficulties and reached the 1-1-.55-1z-'i3-U2.( good faith, with deliberate I

is >a crucialfactor in educational achievement of act upon propositions which call point< where' you possess almost speed. The overwhelming majority Abandoning TrusteesIS

for the use of personal or mutual unlimited assets and resources. SAGITTARIUS .
Negro pupils. of Negro southerners only t t i
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."Third," Professor Davis added, "a growing body of I cash reserves and valuable assetsIn Plan )With:patience Born Nov. 23rd thru Dec. 21st 13 per cent dissent accordingto

research evidence demonstrates that Negroes on the order to get them launched. S-26- 11-IS.1S2SS.VIRGO Complications due to service a Gallup poll wants school

average have the capacity and educability to achieveat Be particularly hard to convince breakdowns, controversies, unfore- desegregation in accordance with

a much higher level than present test scores indicate." no matter how glowing and im- seen national or international the Supreme Court ruling"

"the increase in the pressive the arguments presented, events or lowered vitality should
fourth he concluded rapid
"And Born Aug. 24th thru Sept. 23rd The NAACP leader urged these
of in this illustrate from the 19th thru the 23rd when not be allowed to linger if thereis YOUR
level of education Negroes country
general The danger of talking yourselfinto two peoples to "get together in
you are most vulnerable. the slightest chance ,of correcting
to utilize educational
their readiness and ability a mood whereby you distrust I defiance ef the taboo imposed
6- -77-89- -625. them. Consult the experts
opportunity. your allies as well as your rivalsis NAMEIN
with' in their chosen fields who are
his statements published reports
Documenting the one you must be deter-
Professor Davis said: "These research findings clearly urge I TAURUS mined to avert this week. Be prepared qulified to remove the causes of PISCES THE I
the early Born April 20th thni March 20th jour troubles and worries and
of pupils especially at
immediate -
desegregation
to cope with travel delays, Born Feb. 19th thru March 20th
that the With a new personal cycle abide by their recommendations
school grade levels. It is at this point
elementary missed connections, misdirected
The element of risk
beginning on the 18th come when know that they are for % permeatesthe ?
instructionand you BOOK
most from improved
Individual profit
pupil can mais. idle or malicious gossip and whole week and this gives
warning signs that, ,others may be
own good.
educational
and avoid the handicap o'f inferior your
experience the of whom
treachery people on .
setting traps which can be quite 25066181256.CAPRICORN nse to the need for greater prudence
attainment at later school years. for information and
you rely planing, moderation and
costly to your peace of mind and
Pointing to the "remarkable rise" in number of degrees
pocketbook if you'stumble into support. mature judgment in whatever
awarded to Negroes by institutions of higher learning, Dr.
8-80- 9- -97-879.
them. This,is a time when your you are undertaking. The cycle
,Davis. concluded: mind should be clicking at top { Born Dec. 22nd thru Jan. 19th starting on the 18th is one when I
". 1: There is no point in the academic system at which LIBRA
capacity and all of your senses The whole period from the 18th you may become more impres-
segregation is defensible on grounds of the Negro's sup- Born 24th thru Oct. 23rd
should be alerted to what is go. Sept. thru the 23rd: is one fraught with sionable and more likely to be
posed lack o'f educability and ,motivation to utilize educa- The 18th is the indicator of a
around Lock untold confused influenced the
ing on you. up your possibilities of by wrong people
tional opportunity. 'valuables. change of pace in your economic thinking, emotional involvements and concepts.

1-iO-ss-39-31-143.GIMINI tie-ups and development. The ele- speculative hazards and problems 530222821531. .

NEGRO MARKET NOT MYTHICAL; ments of confusion, deception posed by. the erratic behavior of
; lack of restraint and the vagaries, teenagers.- The whole weight of!

Born May 21st thru June 21st of chance could wreak havoc in jour. powers of perception and

IT'S PROFITABLE TO PROMOTE"There ..The cycle that & intiated on ways that are cosUy to your profound understanding of human LET'S GET TOGETHER
:
the 18th emphasizes the necessityof security, friendships and mone- nature will have to be appliedto E

adopting all corrective measures tary stability. Do not make handle ticklish situations with: MEN & WOMEN WANTEDTo ,
"* n M a M w M M
mythical! about the market that seem to be indicatedby changes in investments that have the delicacy that seems to be Become '' I
is nothing Negro proven reliable in the past in called for. Part-Of- A Strong Organization
a leading public relations man told the National Alumni particular circumstances or
order to on seeminglymore
capitalize
counselors. Do not 76Q 88-58--86 768. That Will Work For
annual professional Progress V
Association> which met here last week in its 13th attractive but speculative
fail to make the necessary in. PV I I
convention. ones.44o4338314$8.. -0-
Addressing the first general meeting of the three-day quiries and to obtain the positive AQUARIUSBorn '.

session. 'Moss H. Kendrix, The Moss H. Kendrix Organiea- answers that are demanded. You Jan. 20th thru Feb. 18th ARE YOU INTERESTED?

tion; Washington, D. C., ,told, the 55-institution college may have to revise some of your SCORPIO You may be tempted to takea IF'SO"'FIl+ IN THE BLANK BELOW.

alumni group that "the Negro market, in addition to being basic philosophies as well as, Born Oct. 24th thiu Nov. 22nd hand in forcing the results that "
.. :
. physical habits and you should '
:reaI'and affords emotional MAIL TO DUVAL CIVIC LEAUGE
tangible consumersegment, a profitable hesitate instant when The"cycle being,initiated on the are the product of
not one
area of development for sellers of products and services"Noting know that ultimate goodis you 18th is one that has to do with thinking, and this could lead* to 2323 MONCRLEF ROAD
your
that purchasing power of Negro consumers is thus ensured. the other people in your life, at the most unexpected upsets, Do

constantly on the increase, Mr.: Kendrix pointed out that it 0 home and in public circles. If nothing that will antagonizethose YtS I WANT PROGRESS ,
is not only profitable to promote this specialized market but not aware of who are linked to you. It
CANCER you are completely
that its promotion is good for the general economy. He Born dude 22nd-thru July 22nd the tricks that your heart and would not be in anyone's interestto Register Me As A Member Of

'took the occasion to advise that students ronsider'careers fate on you may engage in competitive struggleto S
Some people may have ideas can play you
in selling, marketing and public relations which vafford that you are a pushover whenit lose valuable allies and create separate from indispensable THE DUVAL CIVIC LEAGUEi

new employment opportunities for college trained people. comes to extracting money certain enmities that can Cause partners or to aim for heightsthat
The Kendrix Oranization serves as' Negro market and considerable vexation and the are not attainable. Which Will Campaign Par
from .)0\1". If they find out to
public relations representatives for The Coca-Cola Company, X70446342971.HOROSCOPE ;
the contrary, and it seems that frustration of some of your ulti Better Streets Drainage Facilities
Atlanta and Carnation :Milk Los The..
Company Angeles.
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they will, they may try other Negro Firemen Civil Service Jobs
speaker listed his firms two major clients as examples of methods that are more subtle and GET YOUR READING FOR 1957 Equal Job Opportunities

products having positive interest in the development. '. of dangerous., This is where your Use this coupon. Learn .more about yourself. Send 10 cents (one Negro Doctors At Medical Confer 4

the Negro market. senses must be fully alerted to dime bt coin) for each horoscope ordered. by mail Include self Better'Treatment In Star

In recent years,, according to the public relations man. the dangers inherent in emotional addressed stamped envelope. Write plainly. This offer does'not apply A Negro YMCA Build!* i

large numbers of manufacturers and distributors have adventures, professions of friend- to residents of the dominion of Canada. General Community Improvement

netted good resultsfrom promotions in the Negro market, costs ..
ship ad unpredictable
throught the use of Negro personnel and Negro publications.The of doing business or living up to r PLO, FORIDA STAR ASTROLOGER ,' I am Interested la knowing some of the other benefit f fi.

speaker took the occasion to praise Negro marketing : I .
people who of recent have worked to improve their status. social obligations. | P. O. BOX 561 II I can derive from Joining the organization ................ \
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Other speakers appearing before the convention in ,J

cluded Rudolph Vetter, picture editor, American National LEO I Name Advise me when the next meeting*win be held ...........

Red Cross, Washington, D. C.; Harold E. Wynn' president, Born July 23rd thru Aug. 23rd NAME ..............................I......................, t i
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Burrelle's Press Clipping Bureau New York Leo I '
City; Although your ambition is receiving rw ,
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Piernas Remington Rand, Chicago; Mrs. Mary J. Tweedy quite a boost on the 18th ADDEESS .....:f..............'.. ....................-........
director of education Time andp ,. :'..: ,'
Magazine, New York City, there are too Indicauoas I I II !'> *' f

Dr. W. K. Payne, president, Savannah State College, who that it would be many foolhardy to try CBy '....,,". ..,1- T.. L' '. 8istsEste PHONE ... :.)..,1.1......................\...................... fkilo
v&s. the associations banquet"speaker. -V. *> >*..-' '
All sessions of the convention were and storm your goals when the I ,t af,.Btrth ..." 'I VvZEK ..............",...'. *fi' ,
held .the "a.'" "
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._ LOUISE G...GUINYARD and will leave Kings Road and Practical Nursing: will

; Myrtle at 8:45 a.m. and Moncrief.I Us annual "tea In 'the social sponsor hall
and 21st Street at 9:30 ajn. of
Simpson Methodist .
There have been so many interesting comments "pro" and "con" Church'
May 25 from 4 to 6 pjn.
concerning the new look (sack and chemise), that we are goingto The 1
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favor our readers with: a few expressed opinionS that have fallen be "Season's Tea.!! The, occasion will w -f x.A T )
within earshot. TiJizu'YUehy chairmen
w. for the- tea will bMrs. Eloise i LcL
Perhaps you have heard, "Did you see Male in her chemise?" Sampson, Spring; Mrs. Louise

And, incidentally did you see Dinah Washington in her sack dress? U'1 Smith, Summer; Mrs. Linda Mitchell -

There were many fashion-conscious Jaxons who said they thoughtit I __ ,Fall; and Miss Louise Sea-
/was "the most. On the other side the comments were few. brooks. Winter.Decoraton .

Two women were talking down-town (about another woman, $ Committee members

of course), and the final verdict was that the chemise dress she cc'I ere: Mrs. L. V. Parker; Mrs.

was wearing made her look "as though she is walking backwards" ( Maple Maple Mrs. Eloise Sampson

i Then there was the rare male In' favor of the style who stated: Mrs. Louise -Se rooks. ip2 hJ'jMI:4 :

"Itseparates, the women from the girl If your figure i& good, Program committee include: Mrs __ a
sack. or no .a.ck. we get the message." And, The sack was made Christine Davis Louise Smith and
for a figure like hers. 7 Elizabeth Conway. Mrs. Louise

Again, on the darker side of the picture, a friend of mine was, Smith and Elizabeth Conway will
actually adament in her position on the matter: "Me wear a sack be the publicity committee. Mrs.

dress? Are you kidding? I want no part of it, sack or chemise. Pearl Douglas, Bernce Caldwell]

One fashion designer has estimated that less than five percentof and Gloria Jones will serve as

the female population have near-perfect bodies, and after seeing hostesses for the occasion.

some of them attempt to wear the sack I. believe. him. In fact,
the percentage might be slightly lower"
DOUGLAS ANDERSON I
Another person I know not only favors the style, but wearsit
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consistently and looks well In It. COMEDY
1 ,. .Then there was the argument that took place last week 0 L7'' tM : +'

between two children (male and female) ages 8 and 8 1/2, concern- w A ltfyst'ery.Conedy. } entitled, ,.,... .. ..... ,. ,., ..
"Lights !L:.;' ",2.' ; ;'x.-: '10 ---:.;..._..;. .: .A.1i.'J""' ;"; .. > -
ing the dress worn by the little girl's mother. Out, will be presented
die: M 'Auntie' has on a sack dress. by the ninth grad class of Doug. Sponsoring their annual musical tea at the YWCA. May 4 to help charitable

She: "She does" not"lie las Anderson Junior-Senior High organizations the Ypsilanti Social and Saving Club members and 'their guests are

i : "She is so wearing one of those sack dresses." School, May 19 at. 8 p.m.. in theschool's shown h re. Top photo: Members of the Les Coquette Charity Club, Mrs. Agnes A.

She: "She Is not and I'll prove It to you. Mama, are ;you gymtoriuln. Walker. Mrs. Mildred Robinson. Mrs. Martha Polite Miss Maggie Kellom Mrs. Lillie
The'
wearing a sack dress*" characters ju-e) : Agnes Har.
.1 1' Woof, Marion Battle. Mrs. Janette Scott Mrs. Ruth Johnson Mrs. Daisy Johnson. Mrs. Naomi
The mother's reply was negative. She was wearing, however, Mosley, Doris Har-
what is commonly known as a maternity dress So you can see Formfit's Shape up new to the rounded chemise"Rom-with wood, Debris Johnson; Neil Par- Holmes. Bottom photo are the Mrs. Lolita Coleman. Mrs. Emma Stukes. Mrs. TommieC.

I how contused the poor children must be r they can no longer tell ance" bra of nylon taffeta and ker, Nathaniel Wesley, Sarah Curry Mrs.* Catherine T. Reid. Mrs. Frankyt Garnett. Mrs. Alice S. Bellamy and

"who's who." lace. The new "Sklpples" pantle Fulton. Benny' King Jacob Jones Mrs. Celeinei Stukes members of the Ypsilanti club.

It is my unbiased opinion (and strictly as an amateur critic). elastic of nylon front power and back net panels has satin and Carl Emerson, Richard Oliver, .

that if the style| remains for any length of time it will be because reinforced side panels to control Vicky Wayne Anna Johnson I

of the support of the teens and sub-teens who simply demand that curves where .It counts. Helen Freeland, Martha Murray, WOMEN'S AUXILIARY .. ..

their mothers prolong their youthful .lives and keep them from Whether you choose to wear Joh. Bates Bobbie Davis, WilliamP. SPONSORS TEAA A a ;r.- # Sr% ;

being classed or. as "drips," (and the only salvation is.through the the chemise or not. you are go- Vaughn and Robert Bryant.

acquisition of a sack or chemise dress indeed). Also, the two ing to feet its influence in your

rarely have "too much" in the wrong places.Of wardrobe mer. ,The this new shape Spring'is and availablein Sum- LOCAL CHAPTER A tea will be sponsored by the : ,

course, as I have said my opinion is strictly as an amateur, all price ranges and in many ANNOUNCE 'ALL OUPDRIVE Women's Auxliary to the National
but even amateurs have been known to be right. forms-one of which may be Alliance of Postal Em- .
. just for you. FOR FUNDSThe ployees at the YWCA 8th and ; _
The chemise in all its variations
We happily note that the Inter-Club Council Is'proceedingwith calls for a high gently Calhoun. Streets. May 18 from 4

plans for "Club Night:" Letters have already been posted rounded bosom and firmly con- president. Professor C. D. to 6 p.m., with Mrs. Mary J. .
trolled in order to maintainits
bearing cards for friends of the group. We are looking forward to lean hips free look. Brooks, and Dr. J. Irving E. Jackson, chairman of the program -
The kind of Scott Campaign Chairman of the committee in charge.A .
many pleasant Thursday evenings at The Palms. new figuring you'll
need is provided in Foruifit's EuGene' J. Butler Memorial chap program will be presented
Spring collection of unuerfashions. ter of the local during the occasion and bars
American Cancer
The Charming Ladles have planned a series of bridge partiesto .
Mary Lewis will be the mistress
complete their program for the year. Perfect understudy for the Society announced the chapterwill
Mrs. chemise is their new series of make a final and "all "out" of ceremonies. .
Dorothy Dunlap, president, explained that the members
"Romance": bras with circle- attempt to raise the additional Miss Beatrice Calhoun. Miss s ..
have sponsored the number of individual meetings required of them stitched princess line cups to "
to reach its Leola Calhoun and Miss Bettyyillauns
money
for the fiscal year and that the parties are planned so .that the lift and round the bosom. goal fit 6000.
One of the prettiest in the The principals "of, 'the elemen.tary \ will be the hostesses for
group will be assured of regularassembly for the remainder of the
group is a nylon taffeta'bandeau. schools met 'recently and occasion. '
the season. Guests will be invited as the occasion dictates. 565. with delicatelookingnylon .
style # An invitation 'been
.. lace cups. A two-inch elas- approved a special county-wide has extended Gel that OTJ look I
tic band beneath the drive t6 help' raise the balance. .to all clubs of the cityto
Mrs Edward Henderson entertained the Cosami Club cups gives skin that's
Bridge I flexible fit and complete comfort. Leroy B. Jackson, coordinator of attend the affair. lighter, brighter, lovelier than ever!
at 722 West Eighth Street recently. Specially designed to whittle* the elementary school areas said Use new ARTRA SKIN TONE CREAM with Hydro-
Prizes were awarded to Mrs. Elizabeth Simmons, Mrs. Juanita your curves under the narrow- quinone. It's ,the vanishing beauty-bleach that's ef
"we must do
Randolph and Mrs Vernal J. McCone, who ran up extremely high skirted than-usual chemise"Skippies"is a new pan longer-tie and hit the goal something with everything at once RING WORMDANCRJffSUFFERERS fective-yet SAFE! Can be Wd daily on normal skin.

scores during the evening.A girdle style #873, of nylon i we have and wrap this annual Let ARTRA give you the skin that gets the compli
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delicious repast followed. power net with controlling satin crusade ments! Get ARTRA in the blue and black package at
elastic front and back panels. Along 'i by May 21. IT YOU HAVE MY BUTTLE HAflC OAMMUTrT. drug and cosmetic counters. Big 2 oz. tube 98; plus tax.IIllJl .
diamond-shaped panel Of! The chapter nas raised $4,000to TETTa.ECZ a.A",aIN WORM"oa OTKU m
The ALPHA Wives organization and auxiliary to 'the local doubled power net runs dawn date, of its $6,000 goal. O&GAil OUUTATONS.: POL5ULJUI VU.AT. n /) Tnfllt
Phi held Its election in homeof each side to taper the side hip roaD TKAMirokT swan or THE: fiim .
Alpha Alpha Fraternity, : meeting the \. AND RC)@G. ASK TOOL DOCTOR OLOOOVt. ##I III
and The waistline 'is .
tiigh.
Mrs. I. H, Burney, 1187 West 10th Street. EAVTKIAM OR ftAUEK ABOUT PCUVkAII.,. IIZ '
in front for _
slightly dipped ex- SKIN TONE
.J Mrs. Vera Davis, outgoing president was succeeded in office tra comfort.If RICHARD LEWIS. *'"''v-. .
by Mrs. Jolita Simmons. Other officers elected were Mrs. Irma you prefer girdles to panties. tluk. :fll{ t Cosmetic Division, CREAM
there is a girdle mate to this Rlw
Word Vice President; Mrs. Lois Iszard, Corresponding Secretary; pantie in the same sizes small. ...--...... --._. I Union Ph rmiICrullcal.. Ktnilwonh, New ftriey
Mrs. Corinth Barnett, Financi Secretary; Mrs. Charlotte Stewart, medium, large and extra large. SCHOOL PLANS

Recording Secretary; Mrs. Elizabeth Downing Treasurer; Mrs. -

Frances Richardson, Reporter; and Mrs. Inez Washington Chaplin. --
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The A. L. Lewis Bra.nc11Y.. W. C. A. held its final membership '

assembly last Wednesday everiing when workers from group two A FLORIDA STAR Light One fM4 ,

(the' losing group) entertained group one with a lawn party. Lewis Brown School

Present at the affair were: Mrs. Morris Goolsby, Membership IN EVERY Li making plans for its annual

chairman; Mrs. Ossie Ward, Chairman of group Two, Mrs. Florence operetta presentation entitled, -

Dixon Branch Executive Director; Mrs: Vera Davis Teen age COLORED HOME "Awake Tis May,". Discover- :

director; and Mrs. Mary Frances Walden Young Adult director, The play is a flower and fairy /'

styles in question actually look better on the younger set who operetta in three acts. The char- .. *:

acters are: Elaine Alexander,

...> ..-, Brenda Sistnunp. Linda Spencer, .. .

'::':." .... :..;:.... I Iv Karlyn Robinson, Wanda Flower, Viceroy .
: .. ii Jacqueline Cruse, Cynthia Tucker ,
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".:'1 and Carolyn Newman.
George Strickland, Ronald Mc- e

a 4"r r Kenzie, Marvin Heggs Elvin
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Hobbs, Robert Early, Jessie S. -
Dunnaway Willie Hargrove and

"..,...< Lawrence Fisher.
The operetta's May Queen and More Of
King, Prince and Princess will I

E-: be presented' the school's audi- .
I torum May 19 at 7:30 pert

I ; 1 3 ( i "May Day Around the World," What You

't will be presented :May 26 at R. L. .
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Membership Committee. I.. 'a Filter ForiLE
the A. 1.. Lewis Branch Y.W.CA.

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.. until next fall. Viceroy gives you the maximum' filtrationfor iv j proof .

Hostess for the meeting will the smoothest smoke of any cigarette. t -. t! flip-optn

te Mrs. Morris Goosby. chairmanof More taste, too. .the finest tobacco U box Of
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taste of all. Maximum[ filtration for the -
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Scene from the Hellenesian Bridge Club meeting held in the home of Mr. and Mrs. S. N. Starkes. smoothest smoke-and finest tobacco taste. Cltlter .- .

Mrs., W. Russell Robinson. 3204 Pearce: Street. The committee has planned a More of what you change to a filter for! CIOAQa V EROV: .

Reading from the left (front row) Mrs. Geraldine Jones. Mrs. Evelyn Barnes. panel discussion ''of. "What the ltq. l p J"

Mrs. Leona Bennett. Mrs..Dorothy Pickney. Miss Bernice Griffin. (Standing) Mrs. YWCA Means: to Me" to help If you haven't discovered Viceroy, buy Ala Aft tfh s. '/-.

Claudia Jenkins Mrs. Lois Avery Randall, Mrs. Pearl L. Miller Mrs. Bernice Hamil: the committee members to better a carton todayl I ? -

ton, Mrs. Leola Dudley. Mrs. Esther M. Anderson. Mrs. Catherine Robinson and Mrs. interpret the membership in the s up.l.WDMrirHMOHHOH.P.,. .#

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.J ,hhF y jWy The St- John Baptist, Church will observe its 29th annual Men'sT

J : >ay.- May 18 throughout. the; -day.' beginning with Sunday School
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Scott as the lesson ,
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'SWEETFIELD RENDER REVIVAL'BAPTISTTO 1|I ANNIVERSARY SET j w, b \ The morning worship will be.
-' conducted by J. C. Hoskins of
Revival meeting will begin in AT .NEW 'Mf. ARARAT the USS Lake Champlain and bAYSPRINti.ToTOBSERVE II
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the Sweerfield Baptist Church, x. .
i j Key A. B. Coleman Sr. will be
May 20 with the Rev. W. White-I I,
I The a p. the -ker fOr the service.
Mt Ararat: Quintet, will '@ spe
head of Savannah Ga. In t "
charge
JOINTANNIVERSARIES
observe their ninth, anniversary Rev. Nolan Harris will be inV ,
ot thefservice.!
,jWRIGIITSVILLE .jjun 9 in the New* Mt :Ararat A :jn charge of the services at 3 p.m.

.-- Paptist Chur'Ch';; located at 16th I' end the Rev. R. H. Wilson pastorof

1 Street and Myrtle Avenue. i Bethel Baptist Church will

METHODIST C. Parhani Johnson will serve saAO'tN. 2 t r :: Deliver the address. I'

CilURCII TO OBSERVE as the master of ceremonies of I BTU will convene at 5:30 p.m.
'WOMEN'S DAY MAY 25 R.I iAtwater I With The church and pastor's anniversary 1
the occasion and Mrs. Eliza .4 3y Harold Belle in charge and
Plans for annual Women's Day y of the Day Spring Baptist
will serve as dean of) 4 Yzi Leroy Perry will be the guesti
Observance at Wrightsville Methodist hostesses and Milton Hood will I I president. Daniel Wesby will be Church will begin May 19, withthe
Church has been announced. Rev. D. B. Barnes, pastor of
serve as dean of hosts. j the guest speaker: for the depart
The"observance will be held, Invitations have been. extended T.1ent. Sweetfield Baptist Church choirs _
May 25. I ushers and congregation in
to the public to attend the anfciversary. Evening worship will begin at charge j
Mrs. Hallie Cruel, general of the service. The celebration will ,
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chairan and Mrs. Marie W, Ar- p.m. with the Rev.' Charles terminate May 26, with the offi
grett "is the co-chairan for the -j ; f' King in charge and the sermon cers and members of Second Bap-

observance. will be delivered by Pro!. W. A. tist Church in charge.

I CARD OF THANKS I, .... .. I Smith director of Religious Education The apreciat'-on committees are?
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at Florida Normal College, Mrs. Leola Taylor, Mrs. Pollie
We take this method of PLANNING SESSION Some of the outstanding ladies of Shiloh Metropolitan | St. Augustine. Harry Simmons Whitfield Mrj. Lolar Mayhew, t

Second Baptist r Church thanking our many friends, in Baptist Church, who met last Tuesday -night to plan for their .Annual Women's Day I will be guest soloist for the Mrs. M. M. Terry, L. D. Mungin, ,;

Unit To Sponsor Tea the city, in and out of the to be held on May 25 are seen here. Seated from left are: Mrs. Lucille Coleman cochairman service.I. Mrs. W. I* Smith, Allen Sloan

A tea /will be state, who thought of my wife I of program committee: ; Mrs. Constance Jones. co-chairman: Mrs. Georgia Music will be furnished by Mrs. Carrie B. Sloan. Mrs. Ruby
sponsored by y
and me while 'we were in the Bell Snyder, general chairman of program. committee; and Mrs. Mary W. Lewis the Male\ Chorus, under the direction Askew. Mrs. F. T. Johnson, Edward 1.
District 15 of Second Baptist '
Brewster hospital; as the resultof Standing in the same order are: Mrs. Juanlla .Holmes,publicity committee; Mrs. Erma of Sammie L. Davis, guest Benthone. John Simnkins.
Church 18.
May being hit by an automobile,' Baety. Superintendent of Sunday School; Mrs. Otasline D. Matte Mrs. Theresa H. musician throughout the day. Claude Bryant Cecil B. Fisher- R. i

A program will be presentedwith Words are lnadegate'to'expreesour. Wilson'Mrs. E. Coleman and Mrs. Connie King. Wilson, Mrs. Daisy Hill, A. Bell, \1

some of the leading artistsof thanks for the personal I SIMPSON CHURCH R. Baughn Mrs. V. Wilson, Mrs. I

the .city appearing. visits, guts, '.telegrams, cards Mrs. Alice Logan, Miss Ida Logan

I and letters. sympathizing, and BETHLEHEM CHURCH chairman of the Sunday School EMANUEL PLANS PROGRAMA Frank Floyd Mrs. Sarah

ST. MATTHEW BAPTIST praying for.W May.God bless SETS Department; Mrs. Fannie Bridges,I SETSWOMEN'S Floyd Mrs. Dora L. Swift Mrs: .
WOMEN'S DAY will be presented Arnetta Ghent, Sam Washington,
devotion Mae.West chairman program
UNIT TO PRESENT PROGRAM and,help each one who did any. j ; Mrs -
Women's Day w.ll be observedin of, choirs; ..and Mrs. Viola .by Usher Board 1 of Simpson Mrs. Datye Strickler. and Miss
A Talent program'will]:be sponsored thing .in anyway! for us.! Our
the Bethlehem Baptist Church, j Wilson.. chairman of.the ushers, DAY Methodist Chureh May 18 at 4 I Claudia Jones.
Usher rooms were .a profusion" I
by Board 2' of St.
-r, r June 8.Officers. I Mrs. Vivian Wilson, reporter. p.m., in the church's auditorium.The District 16 will meet Sunday in
Matthew Baptist_ Church, May ,18 flowers 'which. pt.much ,
the
home
I of Mrs.
B. Jones, 727
electjed'for; the annual,;: The finance committee includes, program will terminate the
from 4.to 6''pjn. at the parsonage cheer to us. Thanks to theY Venus
'Who' observance are: Mrs. T. -E. Nelson -;;":lira. Lettie King, 'chairman; Mrs. Annual Women's Day will be observed annual popularity contest of the Court, Apt C at 3:30 p.m
nurses c .red'Vfor us sotender and
'' "" ;, acting pastor; Mrs. Annie M. Sadie Fedd and Mrs._Vivian Wil- at the Emanuel 'Baptist board. The contestants are'Mrs District 24 will meet in the
Baptismal services/ will be con- Grant general chairman; Mrs. son. Miss Barbara Jean Jacksonis Church. May 18, throughout, the Annie Ruth Williams and Mrs. home of Mrs. J. L. Terry, 1175

ducted during the -11 .a.m. wor "REV, and Mrs. W. .R. and Ada' :,Eddy, co-chairman:; Mrs. Julia the chairman of the youth department day with Mrs. S. L. Badger as Edith Dowdell. Durkee Drive. .",v
ship with the Rev. R/'L. Smith CAL 1E ARE'Y McGriff, secretary; Irs. Pearl and Miss Annie Mae the acting pastor Mrs. Christine Invitations have been extendedto
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in charge. .. Eddy, treasurer; ).Irs..Badie Fedd, Cook, co-chairman. Mack as general chairman and the public to attend the affair. WOMEN'S AUXILIARY,

/' Mrs. Laura Harris as co-chairman.<< TO SPONSOR EVENT '

A program is being planned by PLANS MADE
the program committee. Miss L. f

MAKE JAX GREAT IN 58 Institutional F. Etheridge, ,Church of Bethel will Baptist deliver FOR WOMEN'S DAYThe sponsor St The Phillips Women"A Episcopal Friendly' Auxiliary Church Afternoon.of will the I

the morning address, and Miss annual Women's Day celebration -
Tea," on May 25 from 5 to"7 /
Inez Mills of St. Paul AME Church has been scheduled for p.m.
at the YWCA. /
will be the guest soloist for the May 18 at St. Thomas Baptist
Rev. Dean Roger Blanchard of |
morning worship., Church. .
JT47q3FJ St. Johns Cathedral will be the
; ft951 The evening address,will be de- Mrs. M. L. Johnson* was elected speaker for the occasion.

V livered by Mrs. Cora Ross of St. to serve as chairman, Mrs.J. The officers of the \Vomen'sAuxilIary
Phillips Ep.scopal Church and the A. Shaver co-chairman, Mrs.
are: Mrs. Perry Hughes,
guest soloist for the evening wor- Bertha Rozier acting pastor and \
c: B 1 G president; Mrs. Clifford Holston,
1P ship will be Mrs. Ethel Bannisterof Mrs. Annie Hunt program committee vice
president: Mrs. Vassie Hill,
A St. James AME Church.A chairman.A .
secretary; Mrs. Ruth Leaphart,
youth program will be presented fifty voice chorus will serve treasurer Mrs.
; Robert Smith
pro-
at 3 p.m. with Miss Idella for the occasion under the direction I
gram chairman; Mrs. Jessie Patterson -
WELDED Kingleton and Mrs. M. Coleman of Mrs. W. C. Neal. chairman of-promotion: T.

1EG in charge of the program. Mrs. Vincent Harris, Rector.
as a St Geraldine Hilliard of St Pius Ca- I
Invtations: have been extendedto
tholic Church and Miss Marva
SOCKETS JUNIOR AUXILIARY the general public to attend
Jenkins will be the guest soloist the occasion.
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for the program and music will be PRESENTS MUSICALA

I !/Ik\1III\ furnished by the Female Chorus YOUNG ADULT CHOIR
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under the direction of Mrs. Mar- Musical will be presented by
ian Carter. the Junior Women's Missionary PRESENTS MUSICALThe

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Society of Second Baptist Church

I/MF4I \ \ May 21 in the church's auditorium. Stante>-Musi-cho will be

V CHURCH OF GOD The program will feature Choir presented in a Spring Musical on

YOUTH CONGRESS 3 of St. John Baptist Church, un- May 25 by the Young Adult Choirof
4 der the direction of Mrs. Mildred Bethel Baptist Institutional

HELD MEETING, Forehand. Church at 7:30 p.m. in the audito-
} Leaders and soloists for the occasion rium of the church.

The Church of God National are: Isadore Edwards, A. Miss Meltonia Cobb and Miss

Youth Congress of Sunday Schools Forehand, Mrs. Thomasina Wilson Annett Scott will be the guest

and YPE's opened its meeting at Miss Agnes Bell and Very- soloists for the occasion.

the Church of God Auditorium, metta Royster.The Special invitations have been extended -

Steele and Blue Streets, last Sun group sppnsofing the eventis to singing organizations of

1 day, May 11, until May 18. under the leadership of Mrs. the city to attend the event.

Topics that were discussed by Alberta Williams.

the CTOUD) included. "What.. ChLnU"- GRANT MEMORIAL TO s
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Study of the Bible," "Sunday NEW HOPE CHURCH
School Evangelism" and "The YESTERYEAR MAY 25
PRESENTS PROGRAM
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Qualifications of a Teacher."
The Youth Congress began their "Choirs of Yesteryear" will be
SEATS evening sessions last Tuesday WILLISTON The Masons of presented by the Senior Choir of .
: B/Gi/ from 6 to 8 pjn. Dunnelon will present a programin Grant Memorial AME Church,

jV The program also included singing the New Hope Baptist Church, May 25 in the church's audito-

sermons and Bible discussions May ,18 at 2 p.m. in the interestof rium. .
sGRANT the buiding fund, with Willie The scenes will depict the very

,Williams in charge. early and first choirs, where Chris-.

__ MEMORIAL The Pallbearers Lodge 11 will: tions joined in harmonious voices,
1\ meet Sunday at 12 noon in the singing the slave hymns without
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CLUB TO OBSERVE
meeting hall. instruments.The .
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BIG WIDE 6' 18TH ANNIVERSARY The Missionary Rev, S. H.II' program Is being sponsoredby

Play Gym Sel t $ 95 Hawkins will be presented in the Mrs. Arzada Floyd.
STEEL UDDER
The J. W. Burroughs Club of services at the New Hope Bap.!

AND SlIDE Grant Memorial AME Church will list Church, Sunday at 7:30 p.m.1 SAINT PAUL BOARD

observe its 18th anniversary on I WILL SPONSOR ITS

As Low As ,. ,. May 18 in the home of Mr. and ANNUAL TEA SUNDAYThe
Mrs. H. Hargrove, 910 Washington MT. VERNON. CHURCH
$1.00 DOWN DELIVERS Street from 4 to 6 pan. Twentieth Century Board
Other clubs of the city have PRESENTS RECITAL will sponsor its annual tea, Sun-
been invited to attend the occa- day from 4 to 6 p.m. in the basement '

sion. A. program has been arranged Stanto-MusvCho will be. pre- of St. Paul AME Church.
for the affair with some sented in a musical recital May }rr. C. Parham Johnson will be'

DAVIS FURNITURE CO. of the leading artists of the city 18 'beginning at 7 pm 6y Choir the principal speaker for the oc-

participating.The 3 of Mt..Vernon Baptist Churchin casion. Mrs. Alice Ingram will introduce '

club will sponsor a trip to the church's auditorium.Mrs. Mrs. Bernice White who.
Silver Elza Atwater will be the mistress of ceremon-
"- ... Springs on May 19. The bus presidentof
I win leave from 525 W. .First St, the choir, announced that MLois lea for the affair.

I 135 Broad S!. OPEN MONDAYS AND FRIDAYS TIL 9 P.M. -, Phone EL 3-579,1 at .8, aon.; ;lst and/Myrtle at 9 ,Hagans will serve as deanof Various singing groups ,of the
a.rn: and Tyler and Kings Road at| hostesses and Milton Hood, as city will participate on.;. the' :pro-

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.ANNIVERSARY. '. SET-- ...g TJfryTrondj AMAZING NEW f : -.

DAYCAMPPROGRAM .The' Women's Auxilazy of--the Stainless steel, long: Darned for i MEDICAL DISCOVERY

its durability and beauty la such
Nationa Alliance of Postal Employees
-ThL.r: ,, applications. as household equip As woman's eternal earch, for .
will'celebrate their, anniversary meat*, architecture aDd automobiles.
beauty continues science heralds.
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now emerging as an
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Y.W.-
May
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important new material in the thc discovery of a new. amazing
C.A., 582 West' 8th Street. costume jewelry field. .
f- be' Stainless had long been cosmetic agent which holds the
A tea Will given in observ- recog-
The Executive Secretary of the sI.y nized asa potential jewelry met-
key to lighter lovelier
ance of their anniversary.: Everyone : complexions. -
al because of' its' and
James Weldon -..Toh.1SOIBranch lovely
- ? is invited to 'attend the observance 'lustrous appearance as well as This miraculous ingredientis

YMCA., Jesse W. Word, announce and the program will.be its unjque long-wearing qualities. Hydroquinone contained

'the dates for the Annual Special ;$e t: YcfI annouced later. new Artra Skin Tone Cre&m onlyin

Day Camp program which Hydroquinone soon to becomea

will begin June 23 .and run five beauty byword makes no

consecutive weeks ending, July 25. rash promises, no wild claims. "

y Campers will be picked up every Doctor Draws It's amazing cosmetic properties
But its innate hardness had prey\, have been laboratory-tested, and
morning between 8 a-m. and 9.a.m. Picture-
i Grim viously posed problems in the scientifically proven.
from ,the pick up stations taken I intricate fabrication of jewelry
L For Smokers pieces. Years of tests and development
to New Florida 'at Dames t
Berlin ,
: The development of special de- have shown that people respondedto

Point for a day of supervised,recreation I I signs and techniques in recent Hydroqunone as a lightening

ahd return to the pick up years has solved this problem, agent for normal skin. Today
with the. result that there are
stations in the ,evenings between Hydroquinone has proven to be
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7! E'tg the most effective of its
agent
4:30: and 5) p.m.The ,rte
1 p type known. So Artra Skin Tone
purpose of the YMCA Day
I Cream with Hydroquinone makesits
Camp programs are to develop 'e t ;. ia.
startling entrance into the
Christian character to train for now a variety of these interest cosmetic world. Unlike creams
leadership and good sportsman ing pieces on the market. Thin
wire shapes of stainless are used containing other lighteningagents
ship. The Day Camp is designedfor '
: ., together to / produce delicate Artra is not only effectivebut

boys who are staying home I ...' s f bracelets and pins. Narrow strips safe It can be used contin-
for part of the summer. They will ':':" R of the metal are formed into
T normal skin without
uously on
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enjoy activities such as fishing, everything from- earrings and '
bracelets for women to handsome irritation.
swimming softball boxing and ,
cufflinks and tie clips for men. In the scientific world the development -
other games under qualified group it
leaders. of Hydroquinone as a

., .,, cosmetic lightening agent marks
Campers will bring their own I L --.i.i: --"" -
lunch t.f. Persons who smoke cigarets another milestone in the astonishing -
daily. They are advised to
,. i, should have chest X-rays every achievements of research.
wear comfortable clothes ),
and : six months in order to diagnose
shoes. Athletic equipment will be i lung cancer in an early stage. 1m And for Milady, Artra Skin Tone

furnished by the Y.M.C.A. Dr Alton Ochsner. professor of One custom-jeweler Norman Le- Cream with Hydroquinone opensa

The "Y" Day Camp of the James : surgery at Tulane university Beau of New York, hand crafts golden door to lighter, lovelier
New
: school of medicine Orleans various from standard
pieces textured

Weldon Johnson Branch is .f skin.
spon- : ... told the annual clinical'confer- stainless steel strip.
sored by the Day Camp Committee '. : ence of the Chicago Medical soc
.t iety. Dr. Oi hsner reported to the
Charlie Walker chairman : '. .
: SAY YOU SAW IT
I Rev. T. Vincent Harm, W. D. e .. .,.., f'r..- .. : '" ference 6.000 doctors that research attending has the shown con- .

Sweet Major Taft Cummings and "without question or doubt" IN 'I'BEFLORIDA
The members of the Clovereits Social Saving Club met recently in the homeof any Register XOWSo You Can Vote
there is a cancer producing agentin
Alton Adams Jr., the Yard .
chairman. Mrs. Alice Fisher 1728 Everson 'Court to make plans for organizing a junior club the,smoke from eigarets. STAB

for children between the ages of 6 to 18. He reported that his own investigations -,
The ,
chairman states that any have shown that fit
interested citizen wishing to defray Top left photo front"row., Essie Mae Jones Gwendolyn' Gray Ruthie Lee and ters "do not remove tars and

expenses of some deservingboy Leola Lincoln. Standing in, the same order are: Johnnie B. Cherry., Ben. Welcome other ingredients." as implied by :' .

in the community or a Par- James Cherry and Clarence Johnson. In bottom photo, left to right are: John Gray. the**The manufacturers.only physicians who yill WAR SURPLUS

ental Home boy, to send their Elizabeth Jackson Alice Fisher. Jonathan Kirkland. Eva Mae West and Jessie Cherry. not admit that there,is a casual"

checks to the Y.M.C.A. office 415 relationship between smokingand

Broad Street. PECK HIGH SCHOOL JAMES employes cancer of are the those tobacco who coma are I r $1.00: LAY A-WAY SPECIAL! I'
ROOSEVELT TO ADDRESS
Camp fee !is $3.50 per boy per SLATES ACTIVITIES panics or those who are addictedto

week. Those eligible to attend are : clgaret smoking", he said.

from ages 6 to 14, 'and 'in good : BEACH( The 'tjiey"It is will my.develop firm: conviction cancer of uhat the
FERNANDINA NAACP MASS MEETING IN TAMP
health. Registrations are 'being lung unless they die something HOUSE PAINT
accepted at the James Weldon following! ,calendar for the commencement else(;,before they develop. the .
,, activities of Peck cancer."
Johnson Branch YMCA.
Regular .$5.95 Value I\l
Youth Council -Dwahr-p ,p. High School has'been announced Tampa, Fla. Congressman James Roosevelt, eldestson

The Negro Youth --Advisory by Principal f James B. Bryant of the late President Franklin D. and Eleanor Rooseveltwill MEfJ'S DAY SPEAKER NOW . $-199

Council 'Of the greater Jacksonville The Senior-Parent tea will beheld speak at 'a Mass Meeting in Tampa, Fla., Sunday after-: .

area, which was organized May 25'at 4 pan in the noon, May 18 at 2:30 p.m. The meeting will be held at the fAr *: ',-,.. :-: >-...;. .: .
several months ago by Mayor school's library. The Senior class Beulah Chiirch 606 East The Rev. A. DISHES" It.
Baptist Tyler Street. 32-Pc. Set 7. ,jJ95v
Haydon Burns has completed a 'day-and clas night will be held Leon Lowry,' pastor.
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series of inspections of'several May '28 undlr; the direction of The meeting is being called to '
Knee Rubber Boots $ 50 Pr.
community sites and propertiesthat Mrs. M. P. Ladling, sponsor., observe the 4th anniversary of yf

have been considered for remodeling The Junior-Senior Promenadewill the United States Supreme Court EWC ANNOUNCES cf

and providing more,recreational be held in the school's audi- Decision ending racial segregation

facilities for the youthof Rev Lowry who is also Work Clothes Boots
torium, May 29. ZY o g 4Father
this rapidly expanding area. The annual sermon will be State NAACP president, said. It ANNUAL EVENTSThe *g ;
The council waS organized to !
help prevent any-widespread juvenile delivered by the Rev. C. J. Watkins Wash Pants J&>, & Coveralls
of New Zion Baptist
pastor '
in the
delinquency problems 'ggglDress
92nd annual Commencement
Church during the 11 ajn.. service .
area, to provide a more wholesome 9 t It '
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season at Edward Waters Shoes
Work Shoes
recreational outlet for all youthsin in the church.Commencement f

the city by utilizing more of exercises will College will begin Sunday with

the -loc l buildings and properties terminate the activities. June 4 the seniors' consecration service.

and volunteer citizens s to house in the gymnasium of the schoolat The sophomore class night will

and supervise the many proposed 8 p.m. and Rev. Thomas ;( Q t ; be held, May 23, and the annual 11 WE HAVE THOUSANDS OF BARGAINS

recreational, cultural and educa- Wright, pastor of St. Marys '': .
COME IN AND BROWSE AROUND!
:::_' prom will be presented May 24.
that have been t
tional activities ,,
Augustine
St.
Church .
Baptist '
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the ,. : : ''j.I" The baccalaureate sermon will
discussed and suggested by will be the speaker. ,..' W;< :

council as a whole. <. .......,....,..:. be delivered by Bishop W. F, BalT, David A. Brooks will
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The council represents a good 1. {. .. May 25 in Lee Auditorium, at be the Men's Day Speaker atMt. .

cross section of the population in MONCRIEF SCHOOL ,.,',:., .. ,.... ,...., which time the 'co\lege.will also I .( Olive A-M.E. Church Sunday VETERANSARMY

the greater Jacksonville area and PRESENTS MAY DAY ,, ,hold its reception._ ... Morning. at 11:00 ajn. ,
whole is nonpolitical <
the body as a I The .Board'ot Management and He pastor's St. Michael EpU-
& NAVY
MONDAYThe STORE
aims and operation PAGEANT .
in. its '
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Church at Tallahassee
the college trustee board will hold copal
states Dr. C. S. Williams, chairman 'tl' "
its annual meeting. May 28, with The public la invited to bear 20 E. Bay Siroei ELgin 6-1301
of the group. Primary Department of the
L.
the Bishop S. Greene., him.
Other members include: Rodeil Moncrief Elementary School will

F. Roberts vice president; Mrs. present its May Day Pageant on L '.i -U

Vancheeta Cowart. secretary; Mrs. May 1S> at 7:30 p.m. in the school's j r ,

Fannie Bradford treasurer; Mrs.L auditorium.Mrs. T .

E. Williams Charles D. Brooks Deloris T. Matthews is theha1rman. : 3-PIECE GLIDER SET I

Mrs. Lucille G. assisted the follow* -
Charles F. James F by .'' t t f

Coleman Mrs. Hortense Cray. Joseph ing committees: Dance committee Cong. James Roosevelt .

J. Nixon. Joseph H. James, Mrs. Margaret Sweet. Mrs. will be open to the public. ",' : '

Mrs. Ella Jones. Joshut Williams H. Hawkins, Mrs. Alice Moore: .-., .. ,. '- t' .-. .
Also attending the meeting will : :'
Miss Louvenia E. Solomon. Mrs. Mrs. Simmons. Mrs. Pearl Home I .' { '.
Evelyn Freeman Eric Simpson.Mrs. Mrs. D. Middlebrooks -Mrs. Minnie te the Bishop of the 55,000mem- I Ir
1ber ))0 J3995
: Charlotte Stewart Leon Eland Walker, Mrs. Margaret African Methodist Episcopal: : s 1'" .

Rev. Dallas J Graham. Rev. Starkes and Mrs, A. Scriven. Church in Florida the Rt. Rev. i ;...... ,
Bowman. committee include "': .
W. F. Foster, Junious The costume .
Sherman L. Greene. I
Rev. J. B. F. William. Rev. J. S. Mrs..Williams. Mrs. M. slarkes ; r I

Johnson Rev. R. A. King. Rev. Mrs. E. Burneyr :Mrs. W. Sweet, It is expected that a report ,will i r $1.00 DOWN "

I* Badger Rev. A. J. Huges and Mrs.: M. Mason and Miss J. Ran. be made on the State Conference I y .

Rev. R. A. Miller.S. dolph. Decoration committees,are: efforts to bring about an end to I 3 PASSENGER GLIDER

Mrs. L. Williams Mrs. H. Solomon racial segregation in Florida. I .

).Irs..T. Gamble Mrs. S. Robinson I I *
P. LIVINGSTON MATCHING ROCKER or CHAIR
and Mrs. W. Baldwin j rx
PRESENTSMAY SAM BRADLEY GUILD
SCHOOL -
committee tire:
The program *
DAY EXERCISES Mrs. M. L. Macon Mrs. H. S.'Solomon PLANS ANNIVERSARY .. METAL COCKTAIL TABLE
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The Maid and the Golden Slipper" Invitations have been extended' Sam Bradley Guild. No.8. Heroine r l/f"-, ".. COLORS
S. P. to the public. : Crusaders, will .cele- A }i
the Temple .
will be presented by : '.. Green With
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Livingston Elementary School on THE ACE LEAGUE brate their first anniversary May -... .
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May 20 at 8 pjn. in the school's PLANS PROGRAMThe X at' 3 pm. in the ;Masonic Temple Yellow With White
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auditorium. 410 Broad'Str t.
Bed With White
Characters for the presentation will A program has been arranged
ACE League program
Frazier .Godmother; for the 'observance..
are: Beverly
be held Sunday in the Grant Memorial .
Janice Smith stepmother; Wanda I .AME Church at 5:30 pan, AH:departments of Masonry are

Wright, Cinderella'Williams in charge.The asked to help celebrate the Guild's tr
Burns
Prince; Carol Ann Ross and! with.program Kenneth is being given for the anniversary. The Kate Thomas i. ; : PEN Spears Brothers

Loretta Green, steps1ster8RobertNesmith : Men's celebration. Guilg and Knight Templars are = '
annual .
Day .. -, '
HOW'eli '
cupid; arid Lawson asked to be special guests fore { AN ';" -
will be WillieF.
Assisting K. Burns : ,
footman. occasion. : :
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Cannon John Armstrong:, Rob- 'A Furniture
Coronation COUNT
The annual May Day Company Inc.
be staged aJ ert Byrum and Johnnie, Brit ./ Program chairmen are: Princesses -
exercises
will
Some of the leading artists of A. M. Frazier and Mattie ,
this time also. Ernest and
White the city* win appear on the program. Reeves; Princess Captain Sir 325 BROAD STREET PHONE
Laciene crowned EL 5-4841
be
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I ROOSEVELT SUXD.VYIiUN r TRIAL ENDED LANA TURNER= In "PEYT0N PLACE at. the RITZ;

1.FASHION SHOW SLAYER GIVEN LIFEThe

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three day trial of Charlie

r SET AT MOUNT Hall ended Friday. May 2 witha

I plea of guilty to the slaying a
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of a night watchman at the
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lABORMONDAY Sherman Concrete Pipe Company.

Because the testimony by Hall. .

z. r a did not show enough malice or F4I-

A Fashion Show will be pre- 9 { premeditation toward .the night

sented in the Mt. Tabor Baptist watchman and on recommendations L

Church, May 19 beginning at 8 of State Attorney. a

![ William A. Hallomes, Judge
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$ ,K,, a, pjn.Mrs.. Sadie Alexander will serveas e t'vt 1 I Charles A. Luckie sentence Hall r.ii :'
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narrator for the occasion. 1 t. I } I to ife imprisonment' n the Florida I, .., _

y Some of the latest styles will r State Prison. I X"l. R

be modeled by Mrs. Juanita In a statement to polce shortly

Harper. Other participants on after his arrest Hall sad he took

program are: Joe )tonne, Mrs. the gun Will him as protection .
x .HVpiD against the dogs kept at the plant .aVz f Harris Mrs. Thelma
Christine
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'.K-6-" -'" wanted to talk
he
and that
Toney, Mrs. Edith Wilcox, Mrs. only

Emogene Kight. Mrs. Willie Nell Meeting in Washington recently with Senator to the night watchman about the

Lewis, Mrs. Rosa Richardson, John Kennedy (D.-Mass.) was this delegation from Incident that occured in which

Mrs. Jennie L. Parker, Mrs. the United Beauty School Owners and Teachers the watchman shot at him and

-- -- ,_....,, -Ilwy Pauline Rogers. Mrs.. Ira; Wiggins. Association. The group called on'the Senator at the his girl friend while they were
Mrs. Annie B. Frazier, Miss Capitol where he is conducting hearings on labor together in a large pipe on the

V..uwW s.u ad .tu.U J1Yt Penelope Thompson and Miss legislaliion. He assured them of his support of civil company property.VACATION i

,,iiCd wail1.lulRLO, (1 ," Gaynell Lewis. rights bills paneling before Congress. Left to right:

1toow.g Sunday through Tuesday The revue is being sponsoredby Mrs.. Gwendolyn Hardy Boston;' Mrs. Bruce M. BOUND?

,along wUth the first run Mrs. Marie Timmons for the Brown. Malden. Mass.: Mrs. Willa Smallwood. Los Lana. Turner, who recently hit national headlines -

technicolor thriller, "1'UB.SUf1.OF ; benefit of the annual Men's Day Angeles: Mrs. Billie Dunlap, Oakland California: DRAINOUT .NOW! rebuffs advances of Lee Phillips in this

TilE GRAF SPEE." Celebration which will be held. Mrs. Marjorie Stewart Joyner, Chicago, supervisorof scene from the eagerly awaited P E Y TON

At the Strand Theatre, pa. May 25.WOMAN. the organization: and Senator Kennedy. 4M PLACE, starting Sunday for 7 big days at the

-Irons will enjoy "RAINTREE RITZ THEATRE The story of the town-

COUNTRY." the spectacular S- IS KNIFEDBY TO SPEAK AT FAMU : the people the scandal that everyone's talk-

hour drama that Ls being shown WIFE OF MAN I POLICE REPORTSMAN ing about.
for the first time in the nationa l =

regular admission! prices. WHOM SHE SOUGHT

Strand management feels that CHARGED ap
An argument between two men t WILSON & SON '
the support of their thousandsof A 38-year-old woman ran into
ended with one of the men being
patrons throughout the year trouble last Sunday with a man'swife '
stabbed several times In the
entitles them to see this out. when she went to the man's Quality Shoe Service
head, neck and side and the assailant
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standing drama regular home looking for. him.
charged with assault to .:.
prices. Miss Leila Holmes, of 945 Hay-
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Other great films to be shownat ward Lane went to 945 Kings fMurder. ? Making plans for that sum- DYEING AND REFINISHING
Witnesses told police Lawrence mer vacation? You probably have .
In find L. W. Morgan, and ORTHOPEDIC WORK
regular prices combig Road to Taylar and his 'Wife Pinkey Taylor made reservations and most of
weeks are "WITNESS FOB got into an argument with Mrs. were in an argument'after your paraphernalia is set, but INVISIBLE SOLES
THE PROSECUTION"RUN Mable Morgan, his wife. Mrs Morgan chances are a major item has -
the husband had accused his wife been overlooked-'our car's cool- :
DEEP" "WILDIS chased Miss Holmes and
SILENT RUN ,
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of .relations with ing system.
having Leroy
THE WIND," "ST. LOUIS overtook her at 913 Caroline Each summer minions of 2935 Myrtle Avenue Telephone: ELgin 47025
Anderson, 50, of 1022 Lee Street
BLUES," 3IARK OF TilE Street where a fight started be- Americans take to the road with Kenneth S. Wilson Mgr.
said to have left
Taylor was visions of a pleasant trip. Only
HAWK," "FORT MASSACRE," tween the two women, police re the house and went to.Anderson's too often, however, these dreams

:and many more.. ported. .s house to get him. Anderson came turn to unpleasant delays or re-
Mrs. Morgan attempted to cut pair bills due to an overheated
back to Taylor's house where engine. '
Miss Holmes and was hit in 'the
4 the two men. had a few words According to the American
REFRIGERATORSSERVICED forehead with rock. Met be- I Mill
a- and suddenly Taylor started to Automobile Association and Soc.
ing hit with the rock, Mrs. Morgan Anderson the witnesses iety of Automotive Engineers
stabbing ,
the gremlin in most
AND is reported to have slashed FAM-U BACCALAUREATE cases is last winter's overheating anti-freeze. t ;-./',/ : /

Miss Holmes with a knife, investigating SPEAKER Dr. Gardner C. said.Anderson was taken to Duval Contrary to what you may -l I frf tk l-J 'ill'1 1(1 Iff lS
REPAIRED have heard anti-freeze.
said.
officers particul-
Taylor, pastor, Concord Baptist Medical Center by police ambu- arly the so-called \VI\ip
"permanent"type
CALL PO. 4-0127
Parolmen M. Newsom and G, *
Church, Brooklyn, New York, lance. should be drained every
Henry investigated.LILLY'S ." will deliver the baccalaureate Patrolmen J. Seldon and M. spring. Here's why:
Newsom investigated. After one season's use, acids Our very liberal
sermon at Florida A and M may form in anti-freeze solutions. Each account la
earnings are compounded
University, Sunday afternoon, WOMAN IS CUT I Rust inhibitors neutralize the SemiAnnually CURRENT RATE Insured up to
acids -
but
inhibitors eventually
DRUG STORE June 1 at 2:30 p.mBing Miss Dorothy Jamison, 23, 701 lose strength and the solution on 1 J: 01. $10,000 by the

Photo) W. Church Street told investigating becomes corrosive. Corrosion of ings In this /2-,0 F e d e ral Savings
1907 Kings Road at Spires'Where officers that she was called iron causes rust which can clog elation which Sav3 and Loan Insurance .
the radiator and engine water
""" ,," .w down stairs by Miss Hortense pc...ji.se3. Then-you're in trouble chartered and Corporation
". .f"11 Harris who started an argument : serious overheating trouble.So. pervised by the Of DIVIDEND authorized by an
ExperiencedPharmacists .
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which was; followed by a fight before you heia for that U. S. Givernment. act of Congress.
Prepare q plcaront: : vacation take these ,
t. :-
and during the fight Miss Jamison cautions
:
Your Prescription Ac-
was cut on the left arm 1. Have dealer drain antifreeze -
: ording to doctor'sInstructions .j 1 1A
; your Miss Jamison wad taken to from radiator and engine
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# } : Using block. .
Duval Medical Center where she
.)nly the best quality r 2. Clem and flush ccotm":
was treated by Dr. Bailey and system.:
drugs.Dr. ;
released. Both women were arrested 3. Check cooling system for

\ ... and charged with fighting leaks.4. Refill
U. E. 'Black" Pharmacists Dr. W. J. Graham with a knife.Patrolmen adj chemical radiator with wst" rand
rust inl..bitOl.'I' .
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"" "" .. : _fGRANTED K takes all this to make clay nine LOW PRICESDRUG

r r t. Mining. Clay {. Swap.f Clan CIt
SCHOLARSHIP day pipe is made of selected is seldom that a single
FOR Dr. Charles U. Smith was one day.. Laboratory teat ire v type of day is exactly rightformaldBjclaypipe.Ainix STORE NEEDS
of the 36 professors from lead made to determine.whether, ;
ng universities In America to << the'ca111 ria t..n must make a'pipe per .tare of clays is usually needed. .' On Your
fect to dimension andiCeagth. \
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_. MlxllIf Clays consist of
DISTINCTIvEPRINTING study at the University of Con The grinders great .
At some plants the days{ crushing wheels which turn WE WILL MEET ANY PRICES ADVERTISED
necticut this summer. The are mixed at the mines.At in a heavy rotating perforated -
grants were made by the Inter. .others,mixing is done by blending the rations metal pan. The. ground day falls IN YOUR LOCAL PAPERS
University Cuoncil of the Insti- .days from storage bins. The end through the perforations.
objective is the same.
tute for Social Gerontology Dif 6. Pressing Pip

Smith Ls professor and head of 5. Tempering Clay moistened day passes Dixie Pharmacy
the department of sociology at After leaving 111e.grinder into the presses.Here,at a Z- .
"dry pans," the clay is terrific pressure,the pipe is
Florida A and 31 University. screened.The fine particles ... extruded.The bell is forced 1302 KINGS ROAD at MYRTLE AVENUE
on to the tempering mill"wet pans"where
-- pass part of the pipe.
they are mixed with water. PHONES EL 35597.98We

WOMAN, USES 8. Drying Pipe Deliver We Also Fill All Doctors' Prescriptions
-:- INVITATIONS 7. Finishing Green Pipe The moist pipe u stored in '.
is still moist it ltlt.mwethepi large heated drying rooms IQ PAY YOUR LIGHT, WATER AND TELE-
NEWSPAPERS b cut to length scored and f J where the moisture is driven
-:- KNIFE ON MATEAn receives Hj finishing touch off! u quickly as possible.This takes cp to. PHONE BILLS AT OUR STORE
es.It is ready for drying and firing.Large
two weeks for the larger siz s. -
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9. Setting Kiln M. Burning Pipe YOU'LL ENJOY EATING AT DIXIE'S

-:- PROGRAMS .4 assault to murder charge Every inch of space is taed.: U r" The kiln is is sealed increased tight.slowly.Temperature Ii V
Small tested in larger ffff LUNCHCOUNTER
was placed againstMrs.. Alice pipes are It takes 4 to 10 days to burn
ones. No two surfaces are aJigg '
TICKETS of ,
-:- Merdeth. 1155 Logan Street r lowed to touch. 'and cool the'pipe. AND .
who allegedly used'a knife on
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When pyrometers show that teaperatures -
of 1155 Logan Street last Sunday are high enough, salt: be cooled slowly to prevent crack: Made Fresh Every Hour And "A Treat That You'll Repeat"

orning.. is thrown on the fire.This: glazes ing. After cooling, the pipe is DINNERS LUNCHES SANDWICHESSPECIAL
SPECIALIZING IN HIGH CLASS WEDDING INVITATIONS Cole told his friend the pipe. tracked out. 1I
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r ASOCIAL ANNOUNCEMENTS had been out on a party with 11 Testing Pipe 14.Shipping Storage s SUNDAYROTISSERIE

Miss Mary Abraham and.two men All day pipe gets a hammer test. \ Today, day pip U shipped as
when It must ring like a beO.Samples fast u it is made. CHICKEN
unknown to him. He said
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SEETBB' his car, in front of the house. Clay pipe is made of selected raw days, For example, s piece of moist pipe U VC
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to weld
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no, I am' gonig .to take care of rials that man can mab. Eat to obtain Whoa the kilns are cooled,care and time U V 1
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C. Parham Johnson


The surging New Stanton High School Blue Devils
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baseball team backed up their usual good pitching with an

By C. PARHAM JOHNSONThe unusual display of batting power to win the city baseball

championship from Matthew W. Gilbert High School lastMonday.
Harlem Globetrotters were lauded recently by the

Israeltes in Petach Tikva, IsreaL The Globetrotters sponsor.. '!S'Z The two teams battled along on .

ea a benefit performance for the Rotary Club of Israel. It even keel and in the ninth inningthe Eugene O'Neil, William Lucas,

was reported that the proceeds amounted to around $3,000or score was tied 66. Going into I Nathaniel Gore, James Reynolds

40.000 pounds. The money was contributed: for the estab- extra innings, the Blue Devils John Andrews and John Johnsonand

lishment of a'playground and athletic field which Is now put on the power to go out in Woodrow Cam.

under construction. front 7-6, the winning score. The Blue Devils finished the
FRANK ROBINSON, of the
r. Nathan Graddick, the winning season with an 8-4 record. The
Cincinnati Redlegs is not aimingat Martinez wound up as the finalists ii : .( pitcher has been a standout all team will compete in the Statein
the home run crown of the in the elimination tournament
season. He has put up some
National League, but he is aim- for the crown vacated by the tournament.The .
: great mound performances for
Ing at the triple crown. Robin- Carmen Ba.ilio. Devils team is coached by
the city champions all season
son Is leaving the home run hon- TONY TAYLOR, the 22-year- a one of the finest baseball playersin
long and finished the season witha
ors to Willie Mays of the Giants, old tan second biseman; of the the entire state The- coach is
record of 4 wins and 1 loss.
Hank Aaron of the Braves Ernie Chicago Cubs appears to be the Rutledge Pierson, who formerly
of S tan CITY CHAMPIONS-The New Stan School Blue Devils baseball Last season Graddick posted a
Banks the Cubs and answer to a manager's prayers. lcn High team played with the Chicago American -
Musial of the I coached by Rulhledge' Pierson the city baseball championship by defeating the record of 5 wins and 1 loss, He
(The Man) The young Cuban infieJ er seems won. Giants, the team that was
nals. Ca.rdi-I r.to be doing everything Manager Matthew W Gilbert Fighting Panthers by the score of 7 to 6. The 1958 championswill has one more year in high made famous by the late Rube

VIC POWER, a hitting power Bob Schoffing is looking for. The compete in?the tournament to be held in Daytona each May 2627. Appearing in school. Foster, one of the gretest base-
last year with the Kansas City I Cubs have been staying either on the picture from left (front vow) James. Reynolds William Hines Roy Thamas Ken- Jake Haggins the loser, did ball men in the history of the

Athletics hasn't been able to get top or close to the top since neth Ross, trainer. Larry Pauline, Robert Lucas, Henry Nash. Second row; Joseph not pitch a baa game himself. He game.

going and the front office says they got the right man to team ,Grant Daniel Leggelt, Mathis Daniels. Nathan Graddick Joseph Hines. Nathaniel looked good even in losing. The

he must improve or go. Vic, the I I with Ernie Banks. .... Gore Eugene O'Neil and Clarence Wingate. William Lucas and Coach Pierson not entire Matthew. Gilbert team Coach Pierson was one of the
first baseman of the Athleticswas THE ''PI'n'SBURGH'PmATES, shown in picture. has nothing to be ashamed of in first three Negroes to apply fora
quite a favorite around the loosing to the powerful Blue chance in this section on. an
of the National League now holda
league last year has had a terrific respectable place in the league Spahh to form the lefthanded ALTHEA GIBSON SET Devils. all-white team. He made application -

drop from his last year's standing. They are gettingrear pitching: combination so badly DOCTORS AGREE FOR TV APPEARANCEWITH Winding up their careers at for a try out with 'the
form. Stanton are Josep l Hines. pit- Jacksonville Beach Sea Birds be-
-.help from their tan stars. needed by the Braves. ,Pizarro'spitching
JOE BROWN, the lightweight ED SULLIVANNEW cher, Henry Nash, outfielder, Dan fore the Jacksonville Braves
The tan players are Roberto
performance was topsin
boxing champion n a 8 finally Clmentee an autfeilder, Ramon the Winter League. ON CONDITIONOF Neal, first baseman, David Leg. brought Henry Aaron, Horace
stopped the mouths of the peo- YORK -- Althea Gibson get, pitcher, Joe Grant, Clarence Garner and Felix Mantilla to
Baker
Mejias, and outfielder Gene EZZARD CHARLES in his bid
pie around New Orleans. Brown infielder Jim Pendleton, in- for a come back was somewhat world champion tennis player, Wingate and Larry Pauline. The town, but were turned down \because -
unmercifullya CAMPANELLAGLEN other players are Roy T. Thomas. they were Negroes.
beat Ralph Dupas fielder, R. C. Stevens who is ,dimmed when the opponent pickedfor will make her television singing
few nights ago in Houston, doing a great job at first base Charles bowed out of the pic debut on "The Ed Sullivan Show" -oJ

Texas. Both fighters hail from and Bennie Daniels, a pitcher. ture. When the opponent with Sunday, May 25, and she will
New Orleans, but the Louisianalaw JOHNNY SID IERLIN, who drew it left Charles temporarily COVE N. Y. An leave for England soon after her
mixed matches. agreement has been reached be-
forbids has a great desire to get a shot without an opponent. Tan Tannas, appearance on the program.
Brown an Ddupas were recently tween two famed doctors that Miss Gibson will be the
at Floyd Patterson'sheavyweight Charles manager said he would again NOW OPEN!
declarde white after being accused the "time is approaching" when
of Ed Sullivan, when "The
title believes he is the man to line up another fighter to meet guest
of beng a Negro. whip Patterson if he ever gets Charles. Roy Campanella will be ready to Ed Sullivan Show' originatesfrom
VIRGIL AKINS, who has been i.the chance. start a rehabilitation program. the Desert Inn in Las

clamoring for a title shot for RENE VALDES, of the Mon- BIG LUKE EASTER, of the Campanella has been lying Vegas, Nevada. ,

many years has finally workedup treal Royals is sailing along in Buffalo Bisons has gotten off 'to paralyzed in Glen Cove Commu- Miss Gibsons television appear-
on a chance to see his dream a very bad start in the new season nty hospital since his neck was have been the
grand style on the mound. The I ances approved: by
realized. He will meet Vince Mar- big Cuban righthander has had I because of his eyes. Luke broken in an auto accident last United States Lawn Tennis Asso

tinez in the St. Louis Arena, several trials with the Parent has invested. $200 m a pair of January 28. elation
June 6 in a 15-round bout for Angeles Dodgers. Each yfear the contract lenses. An examiatnion Dr. Robert W. Songstaken, PALMS

f the welterweight title. Akins and Dodgers, send him pack for more disclosed that, while the big -first Campanella's'attending' physician,
seasoning. At present Valdes has sacker had 20.20 vision with his I and Dr. Howard A. Ri Sic,. director ; Wine Tastes
regular glasses but his trouble is of Physical Medicine and Rehabilitation .
a 3' and 1 .record with the Roy-
peripheral; vision. Easter is the at the New York

Your als.JUAN PIZARRO, of the Witch- defending home run ana batting University Bellevue Medical Center havechanged OF JACKSONVILLEFORMERLY
champion of the International conferred on Campus condition _
broke into the
ita Braves finally
LuckyNumbers win column after losing his first i League. HAVE YOU ( THE 2-SPOT)

three starts with Witchita after :MRS. WILLIE MAYS, wife of

being sent down by the parent the "Say Hay Kid" of the San CHANGED
Milwaukee Braves. Before the Francisco' Giants was hospitalized ADA PINSON IS SENT TO
SEATTLE BY REDLEGS I DANCING NIGHTLY I
Milwaukee
underway, ?
1058 season got recently when she fell down tpe
counted heavily upon Pi- steps of her home. She suffered CINCINNATI,- Vada Pinson,.' YOURS
fcolora with War r e nk who was a Cincinnati Redleg r-
Lucky Days Lucky zarro to team possible concussion along witha
BY ASTROLOGY Spring training sensation, was GET .
fIn cut finger and bruised fore ON STAGE ATTRACTION
sent to Seattle of the, Pacific
Your WeeklyBOROSCOPE head. She was given emergency
Coast League on a 24-hour recall

Seed 2.00 for your GUIDE Horo- *457763Watch 17-28-97 treatment.ARTIE'WILSON, who appeared basis.The 19-year-old !Pinson, who JAMES BROWNAND >

scope Guide with lucky numbers headed out of organized baseball was trying to make the long rp-

lucky days, lucky colors. just a short while ago has sud- jump to the majors from classC HIS FAMOUS FLAMES
Enclose a stamped envelope.0 This Clown
denly come to life and is pound minor league competition all Also

ing the ball just as he did beforehe in one hop, has played right
-0- o. 3 hit the slump that almost field for the Redlegs most of TRIPLE xxx FAT GONDERAND

finished a brilliant baseball ca the time since the season start-
I In and Mall to: 1 5 reer. Wilson went hitless in 25 ed but he hadn't been able to HIS ORCHESTRA

1 5 trips to the plate. The Toronto salve major league pitching and ADMISSION___75c-MONDAY Thru THURSDAY90c

ZODIAOP Maple Leafs are looking forward was hitting only .194. Friday Saturday, Sunday and Holidays
to future since Wilsonis His principal contribution to
O. Box 7317acksonvWe 343-07-156 a brighter
1, Fix on the warpath again. the Redleg offense was a grand
247---33-868 'LARRY DORY, who was being slam home run against Pittsburg SAMMY DOUGLAS

Name ....................... Sometime W op counted on very heavily to help en April 18 which brought Cin- Master Of Ceremonies
S cinnati 4-1 Those were
a victory.
Cleveland towardsthe
move on up
ADDRESS: ................... Sometime be' down the only runs he had driven in. .
He add, subtracts top of the league has beenof
City, State .................. He weeks It aD around a very little help to the In- Last year Pinson hit .367 for A'jp SPECIAL!

Birthday .................... '- Coming' Attraction dians. He has been used very Visalia of the California league. SUNDAY 3:30 TO 6:30 P. M.
sparingly since his return to his
month &: day 14-38-29 old playing grounds. Manager

Bobby Bragen Hasn't taken any Prospect BeltsOne420 TEENAGE MATINEE
chances with the man who was

once the toast of the Indian fans. ,.... .. Feet I ADMISSION --- SOc
BIG DON NEWCOMBE con- POSTIVELY NO ADULTS

tinues. to suffer set backs in re-
'
gaining his 1956 form with the

Dodgers. Since the Dodgers are

Q now in Los Angeles, Don is hav-
f ing his troubles. Just recently COMING NEXT WEEK

he suffered a pulled shouder
TRIPLE XXX
muscle in the fourth inning of a STARTING' MONDAY MAY 12

game between the Dodgers and k1.'t

the Giants. The injury is believedto
I it "ln i aw with '
be a recurence of a, similarone
i whch handicapped him last MEMPHIS SLIM

___ year. In 1956 Newcombe- the I '
.
I __ winningest pitcher !a the league AND HIS HOUSE ROCKERS

with' 27 victories. also -
___ NEVER TOO SWEET
t .Ae. PRESTON BRUCE JR. son ofa
White House doorman has been ITS A GAY GUITAR MURPHYSINGING

... ta wr tier .... s signed to a Pittsburgh contracton SCOTTSDALE ARIZ. PARTY WINE
the recommendation of Presi Eddie Rob Dscm. left. Baltimore WITH THE SAM

I L =% dent Dwigtit 'D. Eisenhower. The Orioles' baiting LUXURY TINGLE and -
L President contacted Branch Ric SONNY BOY WILLIAMS .
coach grips with.
compares -
key, a member of the Pirates: I -POWERFUL Go9D" I ,
executive staff and told Bruce Dare Nicholson.the 115.: VISIT- A '}

was a pretty 'good pitcher, bej 000! bonus, .prpfpecf at. the : .
heanL Bruce was signed and'sent i Oriole;Inkling I camp, Nlchobea ,For Adults'' Only CATO THE' CHEF-"

Lincoln, Nebraska, a.Pirate farm' hit a fist ball.which!. "
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The ear en Old Kings Road been customarily under such racial

t was headed away from'"town. r II tension are ''showing sign of
'
Driesbach
Grand Chancellor: R. A. will sound the gavelto
: jay"When The Florida Star received reports -becoming impatient wtth grouPl.lnfrlnpl'
open thjeiGUh. annual 'session of the Knights"of Pythiasin _
thai "and"safety.
the cards started appearing on their rights
Orlando, Florida on Sunday May 18. .
The*:1958 session promised to be in sections of the city on I Reports are that organfelng -

al' Tuesday. It was reported a bun- of 'vigilante. group 'to
of
fisi the
the most' beneficial from' every last year, Knights
the popular hillbilly singers start singing a song rile had been found near the keep.watch for suspicious characters
than
$8,000
to be held in'many Pythias spent more
Angle because of the many accomplishments : years- for aid among its members. ((5) called There's A Whole Lotla Shucltia: Going' On". Jexons James Weldon Johnson School, Is being considered.

overa; period,of time! During the same period more only nod, heir b.ead. 'in agreement and think about the City the Negro educational Instiution

'When the records are. read the than. $11,000 was paid to beneficiaries Fathers. Again at the Council meeting last week. the law- which was blasted by a dynamitebomb .

members in every village, town of members who have pass makers sat back and ignored the pleas of citizens of' both several weeks ago.
ed. At present there are seven About the same time te Confederate HELP WANTED!
and hamlet will, be able to note races as they demanded action in the transporation crisis.
i/Werd- students in college on the scholarship warning cards appeared MAIDS COOKSHOUSEWORKERS
the living program carried on by In fact the Council reminded 'of robots' for the
fund issued by the Commission one waiting Jaxons reported receiving pamphlets
of The
the Knights, Pythias.
members of the order have the on Education.: master mind to command them to move. Only two J. Marvin urgingthem to 'yes" -1 NEW YORK, f

Sweat and John King showed ability to think for May 27 "For An Appointive
Free
privilege of enjoying: ((1) any Needed at once for steady poKitions -

baths at the*'Fythians Sanito- themselves and both spoke in favor of granting permits to with private families;..

rium, Hot Springs, Arkansas. ((2) APABTMJOfTjFOR. '.RENT applicants, The Council showed its true colors when afteran FOR YOUR age 21 to 45 only you will
Tworoom apt. Private bath. 111
Scholarship assistance to the male with
live-in on the premise
applicant showed that he could obtain a transfer of -
children of Pythians.-( Fellowship Davis Sheet. Phone EL 5-5005. permits DRIVER'S LICENSESOr meals and all
own room;
A tip of the Pepsi Cap which is supposed to be.legal, they "referred" it to your
to these outstanding with .friends and neighbors Learning To Drive privileges salary to startup

*i young Americans, who twice per month, ((4V' During the the committee and the city attorney "for study." It is plainto to$2)0 per month.. trans.
.
our make community our country a better and < ROOM FOR RENT all that the ciy fathers just don't intend to grant per- AJAX DRIVING SCHOOL portation to New York is ad.
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place in which to Dye Modern furnished room. 1244 W. mits to Negroes and that they, intend to take the present 1154 West 5th Street vanced and a good job gua.rsnteed. -

WANTED 4th Street. Call week day after I ELgIn 44)639) Write to Florida Domestic
bus franchise. I j!.__ '
All
.** .-* MAN OR, WOMAN -'p.m., day Sunday. held GEORGE L. PERPENA, Dir. Supply, Box S2S, Lakeland,
Club nite at the Palms was Fla. or phone Mutual 19131.
,
Thursday nite. There was a sort CHARGE DENIED
Unlimited .EarningsAvailable
,
of confusion. One thing was prove

: CARDS OF THANKSThe en, those who class, themselves, STAHTS 7 BIO

For Aggressive don't support a darn thing. Its BYNAACPHEAD SUNDAY RITZ THEATRE DATSADVANCED

Canvassers Family 0 f Tomenia } up to ,the masses to. keep business
*' Now At Last The Ritz
FULL OR PART TIME Woolen Randolph, Acknowledge doors open. HoweVer, everyone Proudly Presents LANA TURNER In
is invited out next week, In the magazine article "HowIt

For Details contact with Appreciation card or no card Looks In The South" Gov. ,P ., ....,. e..4 .
Mr. Schulman-EL 6-4716 Your Kind Expressions of Collins
Changes are afoot at the Tropi- Leroy charged the National

*' Sympathy. canna. New gold drapes are to be Association for' the Advancement

installed and a-bat checking facilities of Colored People with
GRAHAM
JOYCE FLORINE
EMMITT RANDOLPHand are to be put in. In addi- deciding "where and when to de-

New Stanton Senior High Real the segregate".
EstateLOANS tion the Enquire and Tropicannahave

Pepsi Cola Dealers and Pepsi WOOTEN FAMILY the latest in glass, washing Roy Wilkins executive secre-

Cola Bottling Company are $ $ equipment. Its a marvel to tary fo the NAACP, denied this

proud to salute Joyce Florin .. watch the electronic washer sterilize charge in a letter to Look magazine -

1,000 12,000 $1.000 wash, rinse and do every- by saying "Gov. Collins is
12th Grade
Graham of the
$4,000 to $25,000 else in error If we had that
up thing to. a glass.
Class. She is a member ofthe
St. Paul Lutheran Payable $1.00 per mo.per hun. INTEREST TO WOMEN On the subject of homes, the power every community in the aiuaa CINEPw4ScOPE..::.:.

J dred on unpaid balance at 6%. RECONDITIONEDTYPEWRITERS Negro b still getting the short affected states would have at
church, YWCA aad an honoretodent
Let us help you to complete end of the stick. We took a gao. least made a beginning in Good
Not Recommended For Children .
your house or refinance: 38 der at the "exclusive" homes in faith toward compliance with the PRICES
.
years In the same place. ALL MAKES; the JUbault Inns development. We Supreme Court's desegregation
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Can, -= $27.50 up I saw the. same house from Blagnolia -ruling", and that if the "governors -

with; a few changes anda and legislative machines"

J. P. YOUNGMr. We can also advise you big jump in price. We drove would release their restraints, STRAND Now Thru Sat- May 24
how obtain home
on to to MSher
around the corner mpre communities in the South

Simmons or Mr. Walsh Typing. wood Forest" and lUbault Man i would integrate their schools.

Main and Monroe APPLY or" white developments and I Proudly We Are The First Theatre In America To

I i 212 Masonic Temple Bldg. 5139 N. CLARK STREET saw what, the" white vet Is get- Play This Great Film At Regular Prices! I

Phone EL EL 6-S391 54014 Chicago, Illinois ting shame for ain't the it..same,price. Tis a POLICE REPORTSPOLICE BIG BOLD DRAMA OF LOVE AND CONFLICT!


) .Had a call from- Chief Johnson -
M-O-M PRESENTS IN MGM CAMERAMONTGOMERY 66
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: - of the County Patrol. Thechief
,
r informed, us that his boys LOCATE : ..,; CLIFT
4.
are innocent of speed trapcharges. i While in the 700 blockof 'a '' ', jI. ELIZABETH TAYLOR
CADOLYN fcFASHION< Subscription To Democracy I II I cruising : ;;
talked about the r'
I He ,
% W. Ashley Street police of. ; EVA MARIE SAINT.

V c New Stanton Senior High I I accident rate and we agree with ficers noticed a crowd,: that had ,

Florida StarP. I him that the County-wide program and when arrived
iC Carolyn Is a member ef the I traffic' violators is i gathered, they : KSINTREE COUNTY I IJ
on i
on the scene they saw a
young '
O. Box 5'61Jacbonville'1.
class She is a "I I also informed s "t
12th grade much needed. He '
very woman bleeding in the face and
I Fla. I II J ._ NiGEl PATRICK UEMARVJNPrrK !
all county men
: us that., ) \
of terrific intlie
member of the National complaining pains ]
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issue .
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Honor Student Coun. I. 111m'!! r i
Society at the
it I yt citation that are payable The officers, said they learned
Enclosed Is $ y- YOU SUPPORT US 52 WEEKS A YEAR SO WE
-tC C: cfl and is affiliated with the. -- Courthouse. only in cases other that Miss Margaret Rice 17, .of
.. I I WILL NOT RAISE ADMISSION PRICES FOR THIS
than traffic violations do they 1027 W. Duval Street "had been
St. Paul Lutheran Church. I For TREMENDOUSHOUR DRAMAI.! -
t a --- year subscription ';, P
.. refer a case to the J. stomped by James?.Stewart, 24.

****.******* k 1 To the 'FLORIDA STAR I I On the law enforcement picture Miss Rice was taken. to Duval ROOSEVELT. THRU TUES<-1ST RUN
- - State
things are happening. The Medical .Center by City Ambu

k I II I Troopers along with their auxiliary lance and treated by Dr. Bailey. "PURSUIT OF GRAF SPREE'Technsoolor Vl8ta.VIS.

1 NAME troopers (we thought) they Miss Rice had a' peace warrant

t 'I were for special use) stageda ,taken out for her assailant ap- Plus "HIRED GUN" Rory Calhoun

cc I ADDRESS -, road-block all the way up to proximately two mtmhs ago and Extra! No. 4, "BATMAN AND ROBIN"
"
ct Palms' driveway Saturday said she would prosecute.
I the 40c CHILDREN _________ 15c
1 CITY ZONE -STATE night -Monday ;.night\. and Tuesday Patrolmen 0 Bowman and A. '- ADULTS __ -

t nights 3 in ',the morning R. James-Jnvesigated. t ,

k I 10 yeas,'$SO -' 5 years $25 2 yearsv$10 minimUm I There's method;ln their madness.:
in the El Dorado and
For Reward For Capture of Dynamiters. I Dropped PROWLERS RANSACK
l had a few with some of the
L.-------- Drivers
Cab
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members of.Moncrief Enterprises Prowlers ransacked the glove
,
DELORIS PEARSON i operators of the,spot ..Jimmy compartment cut the ignition

!.New Stanton Senior HighTribute T Bunis as looking good in a snazzy wires, took the strater; and ignition .

is paid to DelorU ofthe sport. coat. The manager. switch and a flashlight from BIG BENEFIT,
,
'XJoast-to-coast: ,Jones was very the automobile of :Mrs. 1* M. )Ie- r

:: 12th Grade Clase. This:, ,I cordial end is still mixing them Clendon, of Rt. 9, Box 910B last

Monday as she parked in front DANCEMonday
charming young lady is a> : pretty for the gals...
is planningto of Brewster Hospital at 5 p.m.
member :1 George Christopher
of the Laura
Street
leave' soon for Texas. He .is to begin work, she told police; '

Presbyterian Church: National i taking his boat to the Lone Star Mrs. Mcdendon said she. parked !

the car and went to. work.leavIng'the NiCeMayl9.iO'.p.in.'tffl
Honor Society and the State to try out the Gulf shrimp
doors of her car tin.
: Stantooette Club.Congratu4Uona. beds.J. .
locked.: When she reumed at 11
* *,. : preparations D. Brooks has for started the' annual makIng p.m. she found the damage had : .

been done. She estimated the
The
Fourth of July boat races. .
S
r 51 damage at:, approximately $15.
races,win be staged at New Ber-
from Pepsi The offender left a small handsaw
,Vela to thee three Merit lin again this year :-
Awarad winner! Andrew "AP.." Perkins, tooka in the car, .
Patrolmen E Jefferson and H.
It breather and came in from I
LIsteD to Pepsi Merit Award Harley;i investigated.
salutation on Pepsi Cola Femacisra Beach. He'reports "

TEEN-TTME WRHO* 1400 tea'Sir crowds on the beaches. He and !I ROMAN Silver Star : '
OD JOur dial! Sat ardas' f the 'old IS INJURED
at
JOi5 to 11:4.5. ,A.JL Jerome Singjetaiy\ are

Pirates Club.. '. Mrs. Ida Mae Lester, 29, was 5672 ,AVE. B. t
!carried 'to Duval'Medical Center
Is'the
Of importance to Jaxons
... approaching school board suffering tram injuries last
Sunday .when she fell from a two
.it..Is too late to
referendum.
ORCHESTRAGUEST
:
story ,window at 1208 Davis ,
register now'"TThe books win not Street. ".
until June 2.If are 'ENTERTAINERS # '
you
,
open !
Witnesses told police :Miss
.
oa-FEATURES'if' registered. don't fall to make Lester's boy friend knocked ()DUe JAM SESSION '.
., turn out on May 27th '
sure you r
door and asked her to open ADMISSION ;, '
KEN and right to have aEbire'n .
KNIGHT, protect,your: ;
: .". it They also said Miss Lester an- : SOc PER PERSON
!'fa .. our g i niment. knock but instead of r "
.o.- r swered the ., 'No Charge For Tables
KNIGHT Jf,.you: dare forgotten drop a going .to the door she went to i 'r _" I ; ....

-S TRAIN eck to the maB now for the FREE.DOOR PBIZES,0 .
tMnfrfogshe 'h.
window /
the apparently t.
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