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Florida star
Uniform Title:
Florida star (Jacksonville, Fla.)
Alternate Title:
Florida star news
Physical Description:
v. : ill. ; 58 cm.
The Florida Star Pub. Co.
Place of Publication:
Jacksonville Fla
Creation Date:
May 24, 1958
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Also available on microfilm from the University of Florida.
Dates or Sequential Designation:
Vol. 12, no. 13 i.e. 39 (Jan. 6, 1962)-
General Note:
"Florida's statewide black weekly."
General Note:
Publisher: Eric O. Simpson, Feb. 14, 1981- .
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Material Information

Florida star
Uniform Title:
Florida star (Jacksonville, Fla.)
Alternate Title:
Florida star news
Physical Description:
v. : ill. ; 58 cm.
The Florida Star Pub. Co.
Place of Publication:
Jacksonville Fla
Creation Date:
May 24, 1958
Publication Date:


Subjects / Keywords:
African American newspapers -- Florida   ( lcsh )
African Americans -- Newspapers -- Florida   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Jacksonville (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Duval County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
newspaper   ( marcgt )
newspaper   ( sobekcm )
Spatial Coverage:
United States -- Florida -- Duval -- Jacksonville
30.31944 x -81.66 ( Place of Publication )


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- .
Funded by NEH in support of the National Digital Newspaper Project (NDNP), NEH Award Number: PJ-50006-05

Record Information

Source Institution:
University of Florida
Holding Location:
University of Florida
Rights Management:
All rights reserved. Board of Trustees of the University of Florida
Resource Identifier:
aleph - 000581378
oclc - 02261130
notis - ADA9536
lccn - sn 83045218
issn - 0740-798X
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Preceded by:
Florida star and news

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County qitizens will have the opportunity _
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: of voting next Tuesday, May 27, on the following questions r 4_

_ j.sS Y r:. i 1.: Do You_ Want the Superintendent of Public Inslruction r 1
Sleeps to be an APPOINTED blf idal?'' ( 1I

7 M 2. Do You Want The Office Of School' Trustees <
ir Abolished?

L"k 1i .: .\ Tuesday's Special Election is. a very important

., -. election. The outcome of this election could be the fac-

Sa6Ta tor that will determine whether the people will give up

e ? BOMBING OF 45TH ST. JOINTNOT JAXON SHOOTS their right to elect public officials or vote on matters

affecting their livelihood.The .

'' di '4 : answer is emphatically NOI! NO! NO I NO! NOr!

ATTRIBUTED TO RACE SELF IN ROOM Why should citizens surrender their right to elect .

}& the Superintendent: of Schools to three individuals?

The appointive system which would give the school ,

I v c'4. A bomb was thrown at a 45th Street "juke joint" early WITH FAMilY board members to hire and fire the superintendtentor

FL> ry ltYi b Friday morning but city and county investigators ruled] out use him or her for their personal gain andspend

any racial implications. tax-ayers' money as they jolly well pleased, without

The object of the bomb tossing was establishment BY Staff CorrespondentA having to give account to anybody.

known as Roosevelt's/ Place at 1816 West 45th Street; a 32-year-old Jaxon ended Board members are not trained in the techniquesof

block away from the new 45th Street School. ItHis ,operated his life education\ and therefore are not properly qualified to
MORNING TRAGEDY The lifeless body of early Friday
by Roosevelt Tremble, 49 who told investigators Tie livesin morning select a superintendent. As a matter of fact the board
Benjamin Young 32. of 755 West Monroe Street who by shooting himself throughthe members
tbs back of the store. are not required to meet any educational'
I ended his life with a revolver' shot through the chestis The.blast was heard in the n-,* chest With'a .32 caliber standards whereas the Superintendent is required io..
seen as it was found by the Homicide Squad detectives revolver. hold at least Baichelor's
Vices of the FLORIDA STAR by a degree.
early Friday morning.FLORIDA STAR PHOTO the writer cf this story, at 4:12 BISHOP FRANK REED The suicide victim is Benjamin Just think! Suppose five loud talking blockheadslike

a. m. NAMED PRESIDENT OFBSIOS' Young who lived at some we have seen running for political offices

TWO JAXONS HELDIN CRIPPLED MEN STEAL I a. m. It was not a very loud blast 755 West Monroe Street with should get themselves elected to the school board.

CRESENT CITY but it was called to the attention COUNCIL his wife and four, children This is not a matter of white and colored. It's just

WATCHES FROM -f a linotype operator: preparing Mrs. Ema Young, 31-year-old plan: common sens*. Do you want to leave it up to any

late. news for Friday's publica- w ASHINGTON-Bishi Frank wife of the victim said she and three self-seeking, ambitious dunces who might get

PALATKA On May 19 'Leroy CIGAR STORE OWNER tion. Madison 'Reid, was elecud piesi- her husband and four children elected, to run your schools?

and Dianne Carter were arrestedon I It is believed that the bomb- ci CiJ.t {>f the1 African KiethodistIZpiscopal were sleeping in two beds in the One argument for appointing the superintendent is_

a charge' of larceny in Cre. TWo men on crutches were c::::' wr : the work of a :; shops; wtA': : -.a. the b S U QS SS swerS i : ">that! theprocedure.wi?, -" ke1iUCS"J"'Jr;of h umtendent's

sent Cf y. arrested last Saturday for the tor ; '-"'-.,..tr J.trer:_$ Cbatlegg'oTdliam,'' 12. offIce". < <"1: P 'jThat.
The tw,,.-Jacksonville men were theft cftxciTWrtsf-waTcnes altlra gambling, or a C9mpeti.1 JCay 35 and was'g -1 ivho heard lie. shot ;and called '. a joke. There will be more politics than ever.

identified by Baker County Au- from the Hogan: Street Cigar tron. tion_ by Washington Annual her. The Superintendent will then have to play politics with .
thorities as the ones who robbeda Store who "*.: the school board boys. These boys really funny.
located at 10 N. Hogan Chief Deputy Mel Drane .rp; When she Investigated she are

MacClenny woman of about 'Street sped to the scene shortly afte' r..qinl:: ', duties: as found her mate laying' on the They say don'i elect the superintendent. Elect us

$80 and are being held. under a Mrs. Olin Sanchez: owner of the bombing,. was reported later j head of lh15 member Bishops floor groaning. She said she ask.; and let us elect the superintendent for you.

$1,500 bail each.Authorities the cigar j store told police that called in the' recently organize:'' r-f v l lcee,i T Bi:.'"- i p R R ed him what happened but he Would you let somebody else vote for you? Thai'swhai

are also. investiga- while an, employee was waiting I City-County. Bomb Investigation I! 1--::: -*. _csidl'.j= prelate cf the gave no reply. they are asking you to do.
ting the two suspects to deter- I Just think! Three
Detail. | men to spend all the millions of
connected with on a man on crutches anothef fifth Eni 5copal district. Police officers Joe Seldon and
mine if they were with Officer Draine and members of dollars involved in the operation of our schools. No! No!
robberies in Alachua County. man him walked up to the The i :':'ring r:.-::ride t; pre. Milton Newsom who were calledto
the bomb squad stated that not No! DON'T LET IT HAPPEN .
the left the the
----- ------- window.Vhen -man -cnteJ: : ::: Bible to Us successor scene at 4:20 a. m. said
store she noticed the two,men's more than two stfcks of dynamitewere I before del"or'ites at the opening i iI they'found Young's lifeless body BODY FOOL YOU. V-O-T-E N-Ol!

,used and added that the act __ __
JAX MAN HELD The men were apprehended I meeting: of the conference, which :between t a bed and a wall, near L
to be the work of an
wrist watches were missing amateur.appeared I was merely recognizing the elec- the doorway of the crowded, bed. "VOTE NO" LONG SHOREMEN

placed in jail.! Police said they 'tion of bishop Reid. room. The suicide weapon lax beside __ .. _
FOR KILLING OF talked with Arthur Mack, 332 They discounted_ any the'body.Powder .
the racial bombings involving ON MAY 27. 1958 I
Magnolia Street and Horace Me. burns indicating close- RE-ELECT ALL
James Weldon Johnson High MEMPHIS STATE
lidth, 36, 1041 Logan Street" Communi- r range shooting were found on the1ctim's
Jewish .
School and the
jail and Meridth stated that he ty,'Center, last April 27 OPEN TO NEGROESThe \ chest where the bullet COMPETITION

had, stolen the watches from No one was injured and damage entered the body and cameout NEGRO CAB FIRM
Mrs. Sanchez. They said .they the back.I I
to the building was light, head of the physchology
A 44-year-old Jacksonville man also contacted Mrs, Sanchez who When detectives assigned to _
being only broken glass windowsand department at Memphis State Tallahassees' only existing Negro -
arrested last after.
was Saturday said she woulJ siri} warrant The ripped screen doors. University Dr. James R Me- homicide investigation ask e d Cab Co. may be In for some All officers of the I.L.A. 48
noon for the fatal shooting cf v
stolen property was recovered. Cann said that the University Whether Young, a construction rousing competition if the City annual convention held in Jacksonville -
hli son-in-law George Preston, 37,
Patrolman H. L. Plunket in- V-O-T-E N-O-1 Would begin enrolling its firstNegrq company worker, had displayedany Commission should grant an ad- from May 19-24 were
of 1026 W. Duval Street at the
vestigated. ON: MAY 27. 1958 studentS, this"fall. signs of despondency or gave dltionat franchise to Ulysses En- re-<,Jccted. All except those from
comer of Broad and State Streets. .
any indication that he would end gram, and Lawrence W. Renfroe. the West Gulf area 'were i.
Clifford Williams, father-in-law his life, the young widow said he Aity. Lewis Hall representingthe opposed.

of Preston was lodged in the I i SCENE OF ANOTHER BOMBING had. not, except for declaring that Quick Service Taxi Co. argues It
Is the belief of many (both
city jail on a homicide investigation he had not been feeling well for that more cabs are not needed.

charge after he allegedly' x":;: '.r'"' ."., the past two days. while Atty.. Rivers Buford Jr. members and non-members), that
the 'organization is of .the
fired three shots into Preston's'body. Other witnesses questioned in states that the present service
few truely in
Death came to Preston connection with the suicide were Is inadequate and that the grant-
existence today; the reason for
fifteen minutes later at a local Mrs. Evelene Mitchell. 26, of 755 ing of an additional franchise -
this belief
can quite readily'beseen
hospital West :Monroe Street aunt of the would serve to improve service t
:; if one will observe theunions
'"Miss Lorene Rogers 22, of 623 ::0: dead! man; Charles Bailey, 10, end stimulate competition. roster of members and

Orange Street, who was walking same address and Miss Lucy Porter officers.

with a group of women was also 758 'West Monroe Street, 'a
bullet .... notified ROOSEVELT URGESSEGREGATION Thejdistribution of colored and
hit.in the chest by a stray neighbor who police of
She was taken to Duval the tragedy. END white is quite equally done; and
with to benefits rul-
regards and
Medical Center in a private car.

Police reported Williams stand. t MINISTER'S WIFE TAMPA ....r "We want no more ings "Lady Justice is really colorblind
'ing on his front porch when wy Little Rock The day will '<

he started firing at Preston who GETS BOMB THREAT come when there will be no more These and many other statements -

'was on the sidewalk. segregation". These' were the lauding the union 0a,'
It was reported that Preston .-, words of James Roosevelt who hold_ were gathered from some
and his wife Mrs. Alease Delores I ,''# spoke at the state conference of of the visiting delegates during
Rev. J. C. Sams, pastor of '
Preston, had been in a domestic NAACP Branches. their visit.There's "
the First Baptist Church, 1027
argument prior.to the shooting. ; Feeling that the presidentshould special mention of Mr.
Jessie Street told police his wife
Patrolman T. L. Mays reported I take positive Action on C. D. Johnson of Local No. 1347
received a call from an unknown
teeing the, couple about Friday ..ra last hera the matter of desegregation in of Corpus Christy Texas, who Is
party Monday. telling
midnight on a parking lot at public schools, the California more than pleased with the turn
\- bomb would be placed underthe
;Ashley and Lee Streets The wife ."" .;..-,, Democrat told an audience of of event and the time had"'1n
; front porch of his home and
because Preston more than Jacksonville ,
was crying attending "
efor4t she could answer the .
party "
would not give her money.A ; conference, The time Is now for chief officers from this

neighbor 'of the couple' told \.....''L. ;.:.,..:...:. hung up, the president to hold regional the South Atlantic and West Gulf

police the Preston left their c."i--',. '.. -i iz He said the voice sounded likea conferences jn all states (including district are: Dist. Vice President

to her father'sliouse. young white teenager. Police the South) to discuss what'
going ,
department Ralph Massy, Vice President Rev.;
-. checked the house and
r paid: they
1.1.; 'a } z we are going to do about en \
; V. MljJones| Secretary of the*
| Witness at the Scene of theVhooUng : the church andl'fpuad. no signs forcJngUhej< federal &W;JlJanntag .
foul :* ;- [/ ,; 'i.* ._J Treasury E. Williams and !fhej
._ said Williams was heard t ;; iI i- play school segregation I If the assistant Secretary of Treasury:

to;,tell Preston. "Don't hit her < Patrolmen C. L. Hutchinsonand state refuses it Is the obligation W. H. Hopkins. .; *;'

::again." He then started, shooting :li. J. P. Branch investigated of the federal government to The inter-racial group met" at"s

thPreston. 'j."' .s. : 7: j open and maintain unsegregatedools the Duval St, Elks J.
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'.The shooting was investigated n --- n until the state is ready." dined the +..
) every day during J.J
b | Sgts J. B. Durham, J. *t ANOTHER BOMBING CountY, Officers and Invetors_ fro recutor :;t.!'VOTENO" : "Jtoosev LJ>aid- that. the.jfcesi-: w 'utci.a4i1! t.a1t $)te !
Parker,.,p. .Johnson' and, .Pa-I, anized City. untY; :Bomb Investigation Detail are .J.a Jaq dui. Bit is "- ".... dent should met with the "die- I ,fight ;*

-tr arflT L, Mays. c.,:cite whpre.a. bomb wu thrown. a tav on 5thSJII, !.. rr, Ii PHar6fl: !t frd state olfi aJS;and l 1_ drnan- also"''irh idlt the alms DJII j
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prestige to his radio program. Mr. Herod was born ,\ 1 %

o in Youngstown, Ohio. He ,started his radio career at Birmingham -
l'( Alabama, and was considered the outstanding radio minister z5, : ELISHA "BurkeeB" BURKE
< in that area for many years. He has a commanding and '
sincere approach to his radio work and his ,church activities. F j
'. "I like working with people," said Reverend Herod. "And I l +RY I '

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a: Epicurean _Culture Club will DAYTONABethuneCookmsn

present their annual'tea, Sunday 'College will open Its summer ses-
I ; i IJft Hay 25. from 4 to 6 p.m. in the sons on June 16, and will offer

t k Youth Center of the Laura 'Street six different workshops. The sum-
Y Presbyterian Church. mer school will also offer coursesin
Mrs. Susie M. Pearce will!i f Liberal Arts and Teachers
serve as; mistress of ceremonies Training, leading to the A.B. orB.S

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cutting and sampling their cakes shortly after their ceremonies.In afternoon in the Midway Baptist Church and in the photo at
the photo at left are Mr. and Mrs. Willie A. Chapman who
were united in wedlock at the home of their friend Mrs. Marion right are Mr. and Mrs. Charles McBride who were married in

Walthour last Thursday evening. In the center photo are seen the home of Mrs. Gus Hodge last Sunday evening.



), Ga. The anniversary
of the Southeast Geor-

gia Youth Asociation will terminate ,
I ing secretary; Mrs. Minnie Kidd, treasurer; Mrs. Willie May 25 at the Kingsland ( !

LOUISE G. GUINYARDThe Mae Richardson. chaplain; Mrs. Jeanette Scott business Union School. i

stir of activity on the patio of the Ribault Supper manager* ; Miss Waltee McRae parliamentarian; Mrs. Mel- The 3 pjn service will be held .

Club last Saturday evening had regular patrons of the es- tonia Lilly reporter: and. Miss Lucyle Glymp, (installed by at Kinlaw the Church, Ga. of God in Unityin I We also/ carry a Complete Line of

tablishment keyed up with curiousity as to the nature of proxy through Mrs. Mary. L. Betsch) sergeant-at-arms. CABINETS .
Fouder's Day will be observed, BUTTON HOLERS SKIRT-
the affair being held. We, of course, knew that the gor- Mrs. Johnnie Mae Robert. and Mrs. Gloria Parsons at 8 p.m. in Kingsland Union MARKERS ATTACHMENTS SEWING AIDS

geously-gowned ladies wearing delicate white orchids and present as guests of the club are also prospective members., School Evangelist R. L. Lambert, .

arriving on the arms of beaming escorts were members of Other guest and members present. may be seen elsewhereon founder and president.; Let us demonstrate latest models of

The Modernettes Club and that the banquet being held wasa this page Artists to appear on program SEWING MACHINES
are: The Southern Six Christian
climax to their installation ceremony, conducted earlier
Gospel Singers. The Gospel Tears
by Mrs. Olga Bradham in the home of Mrs. Mildred Ken- The very lavish banquet is only a mild indication of the Friendly Five Golden Jubilees,

nedy White, 934 Scriven Street. calibre of social events the group has orv its agenda.. Soul Wonders, and the Singing

Officers installed included Mrs. Mildred Hampton pres-, The Silver Anniversary of the' Marechal Neil Garden I Angels. Lewis Faison of Fenianc'iina I
'' Circle will be held May 30 in the home of Mrs. BJ Summerall -' Beach will serve as the
ident; Mrs. Mildred K. While vice president: Mrs. Myrtice
Gordon, 1002 West Eighth Street. master of ceremonies for the oc
recording secretary: Mrs. Lenora Jones correspond- I
-King- -- --- The group voted at a recent meeting to have the pres- casion.. Ii :_
ent slate of officers themselves for the following year, with i

the exception of" Mrs. Theresa O. Butler recording secre- KEEP HAIR FROM

tary. who asked to be relieved of her duties for the coming GOING BACK j HOME SERVICE CALL (DAY OR NIGHT) 52.00 \

year. Mrs. B. Summerall Gordon elected to .replace her. p..oaa-aAaao .nis-raOaLOM..aY. .,-
take on official duties at the of ... Y/Rn... .awns. Evening Demonstrations For Those Who Work
beginning the new fiscal yam arroaaw.swan --
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year. resuming their duties are: Mrs. Annie Fleming ......sw.aw.ur.o.Tw.a.u.w.............. I
-JLf/ny if --as Florida Machine &
president Mrs. Ethel Sewing
Y < I i, : Hamilton first vice president; vans sa.os.a-as-.e-rrau r
Mrs. Daisy Duncan, second vice president: Mrs.,,Theresa O. 505 West Forsyth Street
\l-.11121*. I I Butler, recording secretary (who will retire ,from office' at .
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.. the close of the year); ,Mrs. Willie Mae Hari assistant recording -
Oar very liberal 'I. secretary; Mrs. Irene E. Smith financial secretary: .
earnings are corn Each account I I Mrs.,Florrye M. Mixon. treasurer; Mrs. Prudence G. Aaron 1--. .>" .-- '
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pounded 8 e m I- up. treasurer of flower fund: Mrs. Ada M. Lee chaplain: Mrs. or .
Annually on f 1. $10,000 by the Portia L. Thoxington., historian; and Mrs. Cleota Clemmons.
Federal Savings ... .
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chartered and Corporationauthorized \ .

pervised by the OF DIVIDEND by an Another much-talked-about event ,is the colorful May z : I.
U. 8. Olvernment. act of Congress. Festival sponsored by the Young Women's Christian Associ- ., ,
ation, A. L. Lewis Branch, and held Monday eveninig at the
Myrtle Avenue\ Ball Park: .

Persons directly responsible for planning the affair in your
11 ill it ii were Miss Hortense Jones chairman; Mrs. Julia Robinson, : :
co-chairman: Miss Artie Patterson secretary; Mrs. Thomas ,9 "
McGee, Branch chairman; and. Mrs. Florence Dixon Branch mirror t
Executive ,Director.

They were assisted by a committee comprised of Mrs. t

Vivian Wesley, Mrs.' Julia F. Wallace, Charles Lee, Mrs. today. ,
A. B. Coleman, ,Mrs. Blondell McCottry Matthews, Nelson .
Grant, Howard Spivey, Clarence Bostic.
You Don't Have to Go to Torn to Get Mrs. Thelma Green, Mrs. D. B. Anderson, Mrs. Olivia and

Baldwin, Mrs. Ester Grant, Mrs. Wilhelmenia Earl Alvin

White, Mrs. Mabel Oliphant, Mrs. Jessie C. Tossie, :Mrs.
LOW PRICESDRUG Louise Sheffield, Mrs. Annie L. Paterson, Mrs Margaret:

Grayer, Lawrence Council, John Eaves, Mrs. Ethel Sullivan, see
Mrs. Alveria S. Robinson and Mrs. Ruth C.'Davis.

STORE NEEDS w .4 : .:.
your .. ;.s
On Your Local schools participated in the festival, with special 9 rfr I
features from the Edward Waters: College.chorus and dance lovely as fashion ,,
Trade With Your Neighborhood Drug Store
group; the New Stanton Ensemble, conducted by Kernaa means it to be! x- I'
WE WILL ,MEET ANY PRICES ADVERTISEDIN McFarlin; the ,New Stanton Glee Club, directed by Mrs.

YOUR LOCAL PAPERS Alpha H. Moore; the S. P. Lavingstop 'dance. group; the
Matthew W. Gilbert dance group; the Gretel and Gertie T.dq, gorgeous new hair i, ,ycola&fashionandcoday
Dance School; and, the Duval Vocational School. ,
you can look in your mirror t
Dixie Pharmacy and see the same glowing, lustrous 1 I

Other news from the YWCA concerns the coming color chosen by models bke

1SG2 KINGS ROAD at MYBTLE: AVENUE Spring Fashion Luncheon. planned for June 8 by the Y- this famous beauty here!Yes,with y
PHONES EL s. 5I1.1S Jewels. Miss Joan Frailer, vice president of the organization Godefroy's Larieuse Hair Coloring, I '
is chairman The is local you can: give your hair exquisite new
We Deliver We Also FBI AQ Doctors Prescriptions general : group soliciting
models to participate in the fund-raising event. color, long-lasting, natural-looking
PAY YOUR LIGHT, WATER AND TELEPHONE Other Jewel'officfts are: Mrs. Blondell Matthews color.':.eUJ as 1-2-31 t

BILLS AT OUR STORE president: Mrs. Margaret C. Day, secretary; and Miss Hor- Rems. Godefroy's Larieuse Hair Coloring
tense Jones ,treasure*; Is the famous,dependable brand in the red t
hoc, known and approved for more than 50
.f years Get it at your favorite cosmetic countertoday 1
Mrs. Geraldine Hilliard will be hostess to the final -aad see your hair lovely as fashion
LUNCHCOUNTERAND meeting of The Kevinetes Bridge Club for this season. means it to be! '
The previous meeting, was held in the West Seventeenth 18 UfMisiI shdn
Street home of Mr. and Mrs. Alphonao V. Harper.
HOME MADE DO-.NUT STAND Prizes were won by rs. Mackey. Mrs. Pauline E.. Davis ..",.
Made Fresh EveryDINNERS Hour' And "A Treat That TouTl Repeat (a "f1 stN since, her affiliation with the group), and Miss Just ,

-,LUNCHES SANDWICHES' Gwendolyn Johnsn Mrs. Sarah Lorelt qualified_ for con,: fellow e In
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SPECIAL SUNDAYROTISSERIE ,Barbara served, her guests a cold luncheon menu, *these. ,, cIeasy

CHICKEN headed by delicious, crab salad. -- :" 3 :
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Clain and Mrs. Johnnie Mae Roberts. Mrs. Elizabeth. Sim- GHeftoT''Larte.' .. oppBcotor Incbfal in al ofa and Mt in yourfavoritotfyto P "S '....
coons was 'here'on this occasion. ; $/2t :.

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DixiePharmacy Sweet, who received gifts from the hostess. r: We; Oi.C ;
j Club prizes were won by Mrsvt Vernal McCone,'Mrs. .

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I Tabernacle. Baptist; Makes Plans For Women's Day I


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WOMEN'SDAYThe The women of Tabernacle
I Baptist chairman; Mrs. Geneva Grant and

.. ; Church have organized for Mrs. M. I* Storey. Mrs. IL E.
she observance of the Annual
annual observance of Wo; v Women's Day to be held June 15. Stephens is the tag committee

BEIITANV BAPTIST CHURCH SECOND BAPTIST CHURCH'S man's Day will be held on Sun! 1 ; $ -' The officers are: Mrs. Queen chairman.
K. Akins Captains for the day are: Mrs.
chairman Mrs. H.
"I Y C Moses Lawrence, co-chairman; : Lorenve Bolden, Group I; Mrs.
with the Sunday School at 9:20: I
TEAA Mrs. Audrey Furlow. treasurer; Mable M. Whit, Group H; Mrs.
ajn. beginning the activities of
The Junior Choir of Bethany tea will be sponsored by Dist- the day, Mrs. Sally Mathis guest and Mrs. M. L. Storey, secretary.. Juanita Wynn Group HI; Mrs.
Baptist church will observe its rict 13 of Second Baptist Church Prgoram committee are: Mrs.. Lucille A. Williams. Group IV;
first anniversary, May 25 at 3 p.m. in the home of Willie C.:Simmons, Coleman.superintendent general, Mrs.review Lucile and Mrs.G. .. AS A C. T. Knight, chairman; Mrs. Mr. and Mrs. Came Brown.

A program will be presentedwith 426 West Ashley Street.A Vera Wilson reviewer for the 4r ucille A. Williams.' Mrs. H. M. Group V.
Miss Coretha Stringer of Zion has been arrangedfor = Lawrence. Mrs. M. L. Storey,
program la
young people, will be on hand. w'w
Mrs. A. Gantt Group VI; Mrs.
mist- ;
Hope Baptist Church as the
the occasion with Robert Giv- teachers Mrs. Essie G. Barnes and Mrs.
ress of ceremonies. Visiting are: Mrs. A'S Martha L. Porter, Group VU;
ings, leader in charge. Miranda Tennant S-- Carrie Brown.
Mrs. Emma
Invitations have been extendedto Mrs. Eartha J. Carper, Group
Melton. Mrs. I +n.'N Finance committee are: 'Mrs.
the public to attend the affair. Mary Washington 4 0 VIII; and Miss Maxine, Sinunons,
Mrs. Ola Mae Caesar, Mrs. Sadie Iy Lssie G. Barnes and Mrs. Carrie
Group IX of the youth department -
Deaconess Board No. 3 of Mt. Alexander, Mrs. Gladys Barnes, I Brown .
TABERNACLES YOUTH DEPARTMENT Sinia Baptist Church will celebrate Mrs. Helen Lawrence, Mrs. Marie =r3J Finance committee are: Mrs.

TO PRESENT RECITAL its anniversary on May 25 Patterson, Mrs. Mattie WilliamsMrs. I I Essie Barnes: : chairman. Mrs. A. Districts presidents are: Mrs.

SUNDAYA in the auditorium of the churchat Colene Cunningham 'C T. Knight, Mrs. H. M. Lawrence H. L. Storey, Mrs. Katie Martin

recital will be presented in 3p.m. Mrs. L. G. Rime Mrs. Grace '. 1' and Mrs. M. L. Storey. Mrs. Queen K. Akins Mrs. Nancy

the auditorium of the Tabernacle The Rev. H. H. Robinson pastor, West, Mrs. Henrietta Williams, v< The Beautiflcation committee Golden. Mrs. A. M. Towsend. and

Baptist Church, May 25 featuring will deliver the sermon, and a Mrs. Theola Trow.ell, Mrs. Bea-I iclude: Mrs Amanda Sheffield Mrs. Margaret McKenzie.

Leroy Hardeman and the Junior short program will be presentedafter trice Evans, :Mrs. Alice Thomas, I ------

Male Chorus. .The recital will be the sermon. :Mrs. T. P. Donald, Mrs. Edith

sponsored by the Youth depart- Invitations have been.extended Howard, Miss Gloria. Singleton,
ment of the church for the bene- to all boards of the city, and th llrs. Lucinda Bacon: Miss Marian DO NOT GIVE UP YOUR
public to attend the occasion. DOLLARS FOR EXPANSION Bishop Herbert-
fit of the annual Youth Day, which Hickson and Mrs. Altamese McIntosh -
will be held June B. Bell Shaw who presided over th& 84th session of the

Mrs. Vera Davis director of New Jersey Conference. A.M.E. Zion Church, held In HardEarnedSALLOTTO
MT OLIVE CHURCH ........ ..._ .... I
Y-Teens and A. L. Lewis Branch Paterson. New Jersey recently is shown as he congratu-
MT. BETHEL BAPTIST "Fashion on Parade" will be
YWCA, will be the speakers at lates Mrs. M. At chin of the members of
CHURCH TO OBSERVE presented by the Sunday School the 11 a.m. worship hour. Mrs.I son one many THREE OR FIVE PERSONS
CHOIRS UNION and Usher Board 3 of Mt. Olive Ruth sMcMillan will be the guest the "Golden Legionnaires" a volunteer fund raising I

The city wide Choirs Union will Primitive Baptist Church, May 26 soloist. group. which raised over $7.600 for Home Mission: Workof

be held in the Mt. Bethel Baptist in the auditorium, beginning at At 7 p.m. the Young Adult Department the Conference. Each person agreed to raise $100.00

Church, May 25 at 2 p.m., insteadof 8:15: p.m. of the church under last year and most of them responded. When Bishop
the Bethel Methodist Churchas The latest styles in men's wear the direction of Mrs. A. L. Pat-
Shaw asked who would volunteer
to do the
announced. will be featured by Milton Hood. same thing
previously terson will playlet
present a
Others to participate in the the this year all who worked last year agreed and .were VOTENO
entitled "The Challenge of
Fashion on Parade are: Lillian others. Shaw
Cross." The Women's Chorus un- joined by many Bishop set the goal at

MRS. LENA PERKINS Goosby, Ada Reed, Sarah Sey-, der the direction: of Mrs. Thelma $10OOD' to be reported next year. Bishop Shaw asked
mour, Mosetta Buckman.. Eliza-
TO SPONSOR SPIRITUAL TEA I beth Hall :, Cobb will render the music.. "ho said there is a recession".
Carolyn Dixon, Bettie v
Mrs. Cornelia Sams, wife of
SUNDAYA Ann Williams, Patricia Brown,
the Rev. J. C. Sams, will be pastor -
Spiritual Tea will be
Eula Thornton, Rosa L. Hall, Ruth
in charge for' the day. Serv- ,.
Mrs. Lena Perkins
by presidentof Haynes Sylvia Frazier, Lura Bell: -
Stewardess Board No. 2 of the I Sanford, Sadetine Burton, Veron-i ing as general chairman will be Beauty-bleach the safe way
Henry Gordon AME Church, May: ica Frazier, Mae Byford and Ver- Mrs. Lucinda Jackson. and Mrs. 0 -' a
25 s from 4 to 6 p.m. Mrs. Perkins non F. Holmes. Arabelle Callendar. co-chairman.

Is In a popularity contest with Mrs. Gertrude Morse will give ..bJ
Mrs. Frances Pugh, president of dramatic readings. WOMEN'S DAY FEST
Stewardess Board No. 2 of the
Simpson Methodist Church. AT WEST FRIENDSHIPThe

BEAUTIFICATIONDRIVE Women of West Friendship

Baptist Church will observe their J ;n I
Annual Women's Day on Sunday y[ JJ ON '
FIRST CORINTHThe :May 25. Mrs. Josephine Wooden

.will be the chairman of the officers -

Beautification Drive of the committee with Mrs.. Eunice
First Corinth Baptist Church is Williams, Deloris Mixon, Christine May27,1958

still in progress. Red and Blue Day Turner, Mary Jones, and Vasciel .
will be held May 25. Emanuel, all acting as cochairmen. -
The Young People's Department The program will begin with the .

of the AME Church are Sunday School visit of visitiing In addition there'll be Mrs. Barbara FOR APPOINTING,

making plans for the two youth \, ethers. The morning sermon will Lewis Carter, general Secretary YOUR SCHOdL SUPERINTENDENT
convocations to be held this sum- ae delivered by the pastor, at 11 Mrs. Margaret C. Day of *

mer.The a.m.BTU the Program Committee and Mrs. scientifically-formulated -AND-
13th Connectional Young will be held at 5 p.m. with :Eberenze Austin of the Finance SKIN TONE
People's Congress under the Mrs. Lucille Mote in charge of the Committee. Mrs Josephine Wooden OTI.n CREAMNew ABOLISHING THE OFFICE OF

supervision of Department of Religious Bible Drill Eunice Williams Deloris "SCHOOL TRUSTEE"
Education, Dr. S. S. Morris An evening of music will beheld Mixon, Christine Turner, Mary ARTRA contains the miracle ingredient Hydroquinone.Now .
Sr., general secretary; will at 7 p.m. with visiting choirs. Jones, Emma Hawkins, Vasciel women with normal skin can bleach effectively and .
safely with no harmful after-effects! No burning. No peeling.
quartets, and soloists
be held July 29 through August program. Emanuel, Edna Lewis, Lillie For a lighter, brighter, lovelier look, use the SAFE beauty- INFORMATION OR TRANSPORTATIONTO
J at Allen University, Columbia, Matthews, Geneve Cotton, Leslie bleach-ARTRA. Get it in the blue and FOR
S. C. Whaley Alzalle Brown, Irish WC!!! black package at drug and cosmetic THE POLLSTELEPHONE
= counters. Big 2
The Annual State Tri-Institute JANET HUGHES CLUB Stephens, Casie Mitchell, Maud / az. tube 98* plus tax \

meeting will be held at Edward PRESENTS MUSICAL Clayton, Donnie Carter. Lilia Mae -
Waters College August 17 thru Gatson, Leslie Harris Mary Rogers s

22: *. The meeting will begin witha The Friends of Janet Hughes I Ida Bell Davis, Frankid Union Division Pharmaceutical, h' Ktn venh..Ntv JangCoantttc EL 4-9773 EL 5-3943 PO 4-9832 EL 4-5201
sunrise service, August 17 in Thomas, Edna Reeves, Willie May w .
a newly organized club, will present -
the Myrtle Avenue Ball Park. a musical program June 8 Lee and MSS.Draydean Williams,

Registration for the State Tn | at 3:30 p.m.. in the St. Johns along with Miss Junita King will __ 2 .......,,-.-._ .= be the Captains for the day. ::
begin August 18 at Edward "
Baptist Church
v The Pastor for the day will be -
Waters College.
Invitations have been extendedto
The State Tr coM cmtio service -" friends and the general public i I Mrs. Marion Wilson : 3ss : PIECE GLIDER SET :

will be held August 19 and to attend the program, which is -.
pr. Willicr.is senior state officer being given for the benefit of OBSERVANCE SETCALVARY

will sen --.s business managerof Janet Hughes daughter of the AT MT. :- -

the Sia*,. Trt-Ins..ute: I Rev. A. J. Hughes.' AnnualVoma.n's Day will be .-

observed in the Mt Calvary BaptIst : $3995. '
Church May 25: throughoutthe : ,' ;,"
';t., ...
"1- ,
Mrs. Eliza Rich Perry will deliver -, '" .,. :.

the morning message. She I
vt will be introduced by Mrs. Ethel '

i Bannister. Mrs.,Essie Mae Thomas $1.00 DOWN

will be the guest soloist for the I
observance ; 3 PASSENGER GLIDER
The Heavenly Fire Gospel Singers -
will be featured in a musical '
program during the afternoon service TABLE
1 h wsClie at 3 p.m. .
Mrs. Virginia Mack will be the tJ" .
guest speaker and Mrs.:Alice Burroughs : -:"-z : :" :' COLORS: I

of Mt. Sinia Baptist church } .. t <
t >n t : Green With White
will be the guest soloist for the .'....:''J,. "' .,_, ,,,-- '.. ,. _,, .
evening service. ;-X; '. Yellow With White '
t .aele. ;., '
'';.'! Bed With White
GRANT' .MEMORIAL : : r : .. .
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Choir' No. 1 of Grant Memorial '
AME Church win sponsor a must : 0PaI't Spears Brothers

cale entitled "Choir of Yesterdayand I t

of Today". May 25 at 7:45

pan.The ; Furniture Company inc. '

presentation is under the' cowii ,
direction of Mrs. C. T. Lewis. '
A cordial Invitation to extendedto It --'--- .. .. 325 BROAD STREET PHONE EL 54841

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GOVERNOR'' COLLINS been host this week to the 50th I r ST. PIUS TO BEGINREGiSTRATION duct the services. They are: Rev.
ON MEET THE PRESS :J snntizl National Governors Con Robert H. Wilson Rev. A. J.
I ference. Hughes, Rev. B. H. Hartley. Rev.
Plans are being made by the E. I* Wilcox. Rev.:Jake Ray. Rev. _
MIAMI .B)ach. Miy'21 Gov. I Lawrence Spivak program
I n. members of the St. Paul Baptist H. B. Miller Rev. F. J. Jones,
,\ ." .u ,. Leroy Collins wJl be interviewed I moderator said: Collins was invited Church to celebrate the 88th an- Rev. A. B. Coleman, Rev. C. A.
x f Sunday on .NBCTS national tele-'! in response to **a great niversary of the church and the Weaver, Rev. W. C. Neal, Rev. I.
visioa program "Meet the Press." many: calls and written requests 12th anniversary of the pastor the D. Hlnson and Rev. J. M. Dixon.
p ffir. The program which runs from from viewers who have expressed Rev. A. E. Crumady, with a weekof
tf.i 6. to 6:30 p.m. 'will originate in: I desire to hcr and sea" the service. V-O-T-E N-0-!
;f :: y.y Miami .Beach where Collins has Florida governor. Ministers of the city will con- I ON MAY 27. 1958DEFROST

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PLANS DANCE Members of the Minuetts Social Saving Club that held their meeting at *
the home of Mr and Mrs. Jackson at 1451. W. 20th Street to complete plans for a teen-age dance r 4'; I MILK SHELF HOLDS
they will sponsor at the Recreation Center are: left to right, in top photo, Mrs. Joanne Jackson, ., HALF-GALLON CARTONS
Mrs Annie B. Lucas, Jessie Bellimeny Mrs. Juanita Blvtas, Mrs. Beatrice Johnson. The lower < RIGID FULL-WIDTH
photo seated in the same order are: Mrs. Mattie Foster, Mrs. Betty Zimmerman Mrs Elizabeth t bt Td, .'1'') SHELVES
S. Dean Mrs. Lee Edna Williams. Standing are: Robert Jackson Henry U. Pitts Raymond NEW TURQUOISE
Collins Clarence Zimmerman Doland Wilson, Jessie Allen, Mack Henry Riley, TommIe Thomas, I INTERIOR COLOR
and Haywood Johnson .
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3SKIRTS99C; 3 99c The women of Shiloh Metro- .--. :;:t..< ;' "
politian Baptist Church, are com- '"
SWEATERS Cleaned and Pressed pleting plans for the observanceof .
Flam annual Women's Day, which
DRESSES_ 69c will be held May 25. .SpictAL taAOE-t" PHILCOMODEL I
SUITS . 69cEVENING Plain The activities will be under the
Men's 2-pieoe auspices of Mrs. Emma it. Smith, YOU
Ladies 2-Ptece Plain i, chairman Mrs. Constance Jones, SAVES
DRY FOLD cochairman.Mrs. i: DOLLARS
GOWNS LAUNDRY8c Pearl W. Gore will be the MA NY. .
speaker for the morning service. -yiii 882
Per Pound ,
$1.99 The young people will be in
Minimum 60e charge of the afternoon.services -it'r'
Any Kind beginning at 3:30 p.m. BTU will
S DAY SERVICE be held at 6:30 p.m., and a pro- r ... Onlyfi
FAST SERVICE AT STANDARD PRICES! gram will be presented with Mrs. -
Blanche H. Scott in charge. A c'-
program will be presented at the
ECI cut RATE CLEANERS evening service.

((1)) 96' Broad Street (Between State & Dewdrop) (2) 807 16995S
Main Street ((3) 3633 Moncrief Road (At 27th Street). MT. OLIVE CHURCH I II tF

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The .Sunday School and Usher\ ttv"-.lJ # jiiJj MOST DELUXE 8 1/2 CU. FT. MODEL

WAR SURPLUS Board No. ? of the Mt. Olive : ,
Primitive Baptist Church will EXTRA BIG 32-LB. FREEZER
i present a fashion show on Mon : "
day nigh May 26 at 8:15 p.m. !
1- $i.oo LAY-A-WAY SPECIAL! I in,the church auditorium.The f ,,, I BUTTER AND CHEESE KEEPERS

," ; show will feature the latest .... ,
in both ladies and men's wear.,, : : t, COMPLETE DAIRY BAR DOOR
;. and will also feature some creations ...... ... .
HOUSE PAINT that are hand: made. ,
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Regular $5.95 Value r I l i. .

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DISHES 32-Pc. Set .'. '.. .". $095 :SET AT ZION ,

Knee Rubber Boots $450 Pr. ; I HOPE CHURCHMrs. DELIVERS any PHILCO

Work Clothes Boots i ir Rachel Kemp and Mrs. 'e5 .
Annie.Mae Cliett will be honoredby REFRIGERATOR .OR RANGE
District No. 1. of Zion Hope
; Coveralls Baptist Church May 27 at 8 p.m. .
Wash Pants' in them f 1 auditorium of the .-. ,.... -:- LONG', EASY, TERMS ON BALANCEJ., .

WorkShoes Shoes church. ,- ,.- -,

Dress Participants m the. program
Crr.Lee-Moore, Mrs. Mary BellTaylor '
Miss' Shirley Jean Ford
WE HAVE THOUSANDS OF BARGAINS Miss,Myrtle Ford, and Mrs. Florence
AROUND! Nelson Mrs. Lula Bell Carter CO
COME c. Nelson and the Rev..8. P.
Donald., ..
Hostesses foe the,'-;'- -zrm .
be the Ultra Modern Charity and "
-- son Miss :Yvonne Graham, and I .
& NAVY STORE Mrs. NancyShavers.. 135 BROAD STREET PHONE ELGIN 3-5791

+ The Goodwill and Laurel Char- '"
20 E. Bay Street :-H*. 8-1301 ity dubs win be the guest dubs
for the affair. ,

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Horoscope GuideWHICH COffiENCEMENT EXERCISES TALLAHASSEE The futile I I Plans were recently completedby

attempts of Virgil Hawkins of the alumni organization at
Daytona Beach' enter the University I the Duval County Vocational
ARE YOUR LUCKY DAYS FOR Parents of. .Junior High School children were greatly relieved i I

BUSINESS LOVE TRAVEL when the announcement was that Duval 'Junior High Schools would of Florida Law School, I School of Practical Nurses for

I not go through ..with- commencement exercises in June. appears to have been blocked I their annual tea to be held in

L By PABLO, The ASTROLOGERARIES I Each. year the exercises have again by the newly adopted re,: the social hall of Simpson Methodist

ben carried out on the same orderof two Negro high schools. It was gulations of the school board regarding Church on May 25 from 4
senior high schools which I
clearly stated that these figures the admission test score. to 6 p.m .
too distant when success will nof: measure up to what you givein I called for new .suits, dresses, I
Born March 21st thru April 19th i crown most of and return i were only .tentative, as there are The board met last February !
; your positive i It will not be too shoes, class emblems and even I Servingas chairmen .for the

Popularity, creative achieve- Constructive efforts. long before this situation is remedied caps and gowns.. always a few students on the and recommended that applicants : "Seasonal Tea will be: Mrs. Eloise

ments,, and the Joy of living are 1-90-8 -89-86-196. and you would not hasten Expanding.cla3ses and crowded borderline between passing and to the university Law School I
Simpson, :Mrs. Louise Smith. Mrs.
conducive to and the ,
romance I the day nor improve your chances classrooms are the reasons given failing the second semester's must score at least 340 points of : Linda Mitchell
and Mrs Louise
pursuit of pleasure in Which those if you precipitate a showdown at for the elemination of a custom I
LEO J workHigh a possible 750 points; and, if a Seabrooks.
and dear will share in
near this time.
hat has been practiced in D val
measure. But, while Born July 23rd thru Aug. 23rd schools will go through second test had to be taken the
generous you ,
for To
County a number 'fyears..
are basking in the sunshine, do The mood of your associatesas time with their exercise as usual New applicant must make at least
I jmji ave and unnecessary spending FOR YOURDRIVER'S
not overlook the things you have: as your creditors may SAGITTARIUSBorn certificates of'promotion will Stanton with 349 candidates will 375.
be such to to LICENSES
: as compel you dip '
to do to future wel-
ensure your Nov. 23rd thru Dec. 21st te given out with final report I hold its exercises at the school. :
into the assets which you should Prior to this ruling, the University I I
fare and success. There should be Or
To Drive
be building for future contingencies .Those who have ben too liberalwith' cards. Matthew. Gilbert with 145, will Learning
up had stated that
time for serious studies, educational catalogue
travel or your eventual re- their money, friendship and -t report issued by the school hold its exercises at the school AJAX DRIVING SCHOOL
spiritual development persons failing to make satisfactory -
and concrete planning. The tirement. You will not be helping sffactions (and there are manySaxittarian board list 2,014 candidates for also. 1134 West 5th Street

hazards of unconvetional attach- the situation one iota if you also who are) may find graduation from the 11 white grades on the Law School ELgin 44)639)

ments and uncontrolled specula. decide to stake large amounts on out that this can become a rather high schools and 494 from the admission test would be denied

fion seem tp be as pronounced as ventures or investments that have costly affair. It may be advantageous -I ACTIVITIES SLATEDAT admission. It did not state any GEORGE L. PEBPEKA, Dir.

ever, so a word to the wise I little to offer in the way of to devote more time to specific minimum score.

Arians will be sufficient. stability or permanence. The your home, family and private DR. W. HOWARD I DUNBAR SCHOOL

'f--5-.U-l8-l2-75-1. individual who dispense the matters as this will make the SERVES ONAFFAIRS

f..ivorsor promotions are not opento transition into the changing pat. COMMITTEE I GREEN COVE SPRINGS LILLY'S DRUG STORE

TAURUS revolutionary: ideas and are tern of yuor life much smoother I Commencement activities for the

Born April 20th thru May 20th ouly too likely to react against Foreign influences, long trip, and 'TALLAHASSEE Dr. WilliamE. graduating class of Dunbar High I 1907 Kings Road at Spires

There is nothing like knowing what they consider irrational be- new adventures in spiritual or School has been announced.. A.
H. Howard: professor of Political
what you want ancj to,rest securein havior. metaphysical realms are a=ped- Pittman I is the class sponsor. :- '. i
5 SO 22 28 21 532. Science at Florida A & M
the belief that you possess frees which you may expect and Achievement Day will be held Where Experienced
University, was among committee
just the right equipment to getit. should prepare for. Pharmacists Prepare iY
members on the International Af. May 27 and Class night will beheld :
Taureans who have had VIRGO Your Prescription Ac- .z
just .
9-70-55-68--53-- fairs workship of the Summit May 29 in the school cafe- i
their birthdays, or who are on Born Aug. 24th thru Sept 23rd cording to your doctor'sInstructions ;
torium at 8
of p.m.
Meeting National Leaders,
the threshold of celebrating one, It would be a pity to allow CAPRICORNBora R a : Using
which convened Washington, The baccalaureate service will "
win be more than ever convinced truly inspired ideas to wither thru Jan. 19th .. .z. snly the best quality .t
Dec D. C. at Hotel Raleigh. be held, June 1 at 3 pm in the
that their conservative ways, and and die when those who are all drugs.Dr.
will have need your
You Two school cafetorium and the Rev.
former ministers of Liberia
one-track will associated with and
mindedness bring closely you to
wits and intuitive J. C. Sams pastor of First Baptist -
them their cherished goals. There your economic interests are just in troubled waters this Judge Edward R. Dudley I C. E. Black Pharmacist Dr. W. J. Graham
navigate Church
and Hon. Lester A. Walton, were Jacksonville will deliver -
is a likelihood of considerable tarsting with ehergy and desireto
month. Fortuately, you will be among committee members.Dr. the sermon. -:- -:- -:-
activity behind the scenes to give them the momentum they
able to sense when you risk treading Howard, an expert in African i The commencement service will
achieve your personal objectives.88066i7864864. .. deserve. You may find yourself be : A COMPLETE LINE OF
blocks, on sensitive toes and will Middle East: and European be held, June 3 at 8 p.m. in the :
hampered 'by physical 'I Cosmetics .
even if you will not admit it, enabled to adopt the diplomatic Affairs served' as reporter and school cafetorium and Dr. Gilbert : Rubber Goods :- Candies -:- Sund sPRESCRIPTIONS

and it would be in your interestto attitudes that should pacify the co-ordinator for the International] Porter, executive secretary of the CALLED FOB AND DELIVERED

GEMINI entrust important econo- most choleric of people, Affairs Workshop.: I FSTA will deliver the address
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mic and future projects to those
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terupt the smooth course of a Jan. 20th thru Feb. 18th i

romantic attachment Nevertheless -*, Even if life looks _rosy and the

there are many powerful LIBRA future even more so because of
influences operating in favor of Born Sept 24th thru Oct. 23rd excellent financial developmentsyou

.. alliances, reconciliations and theeventual If you require services of any should cotihue, to be ,On_,your: ;... .
fulfillment of your fondest description, the forepart of the guard against unexpected reverses t
month is a"s'u io i 'c \..t
far better F
hopes. You no doubt aspireto than the during the course of the
reach a place of prominence latter part when complications of month. Keep your hopes modes :

in the world but you must be all, sorts are too likely to crop and your plans realistic to offset l i I

ready to : battle strongly en. up. In any event, you will find the tendency to go way beyond I lI

irenched and highly organized yourself occupied with demandson your depth because of the exaggeration .
your skills, time and re : of friends, publicity
competition. You will have to use your
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than highhanded methods to se- ers may be somewhat on the ( _; 1

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them. It may be better for your Those who have been remiss

mate or other close companion to about making the appropriate arrangements -
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The spirit of freedom that now you regain your equanimity. that they have missed the boat. 9 A>?ORAY 4,,

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tasks to be done, or major re- togs that could deceive and baffle advanced research. You are bene-

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from obtaining your heart's customary efficiency and conscientiousness genius on the Piscians who are J

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Week Ending Saturday. May 24. 1958 THE FLORIDA: STAR
.. Page Srrta

I B Louisiana_ Segregation Law Jeopardizes Athletics I II

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the past two seasons Carver was URGES NEGROES TO VOTE .
I v-
I I f (i4r handicapped with arm trouble,1 THE LAW HALTED THE PROGRESSOF

frcM.q but he has shorn. no symptoms
I ( whatever this season.

Y CARL FUTULLO. former teammate .. ..
of Jackie Robinson when : ..
the Dodgers were in ,Brooklyn By .C. Parham Johnson
Said recently that "Jackie Robin-
EOn is just a popcff who wantsto Since the state of Louisiana passed ita law banning the mixingof
whites and Negroes In all athletic contests,
get his name in the papers. the collegiate semi-
C. PARHAM JOHNSONMANY A few days ago Jackie said"the pro and professional sports have been jeopardized to -the'extentthat
Los Angeles Dodgers! had deteri- teams from other parts of the country with mixed rosters
QUESTIONS have been asked recently concerning the ated and wouldn't be in seventh refuse to play there.In .
whereabouts of John Kennedy, the man Manager Mayo Smith '
place if they had brought new previous years, two of the I
labeled hit starting shortstop for the Philadelphia Phillies before I
blood into the lineup. "I don't nations top colleges in athletic A
championship match
they secured Chico Fernandez from the Dogers. Kennedy, the first
see where he gets off calling us contests were Tulane and Louisiana
Negro to wear a Philadelphia Phillies uniform, Is now with TulsaIn was held recently in Houston
a deteriorated team, Purillo said. a y i '
the AA, Texas League. The latest report on John is that he 1"1- -rte State.-The schools were jinncrowed
blow his stack if anybodysaid Texas between two New Orleans
now bitting .275. lie spent a short time with the Miami Martin .S themselves, but they were
that about us when he was AM1
of the International League before being released to the Tulsa team. with the team," Carl joined the f national favorites because they hometown fighters; Ralph Dupas

THE BALTIMORE ORIOLES Dodgers one year ahead of Robinson 4 .vcre playing schools that carried who was Judged white after a

paid $10.000 bonus money to TIlE NEW YORK YANKEESare both whites and Negroes. long court battle to establish his
young Dave Nicholson who was staying. around the of the
top racial identity, and Joe Brown
? emit back to the minors with II l"he 300O-iITT CLUE members 1 Some of the finest athletes to
league because'they are getting the champion, known
be honored everywhereto
June 8 at Busch
Knoxville in the Class A South be produced in any section of
Atlantic League; and now the j,everything Casey Stengel could Stadium in 6t. Louis. But of the w the be a Negro. The fight was
i country were products of
Smokies have sent him to Wilson ask for. Only 20 games have been eight who ailained the distinc- 1 tarred in New Orleans becauseof
played, but out cf the 20 Louisiana schools. Some of the .
them_ tion of gettnig 3000 '
or '
N. C., in the Class B Carolina ; more 1 the law."
League. Before going to Wilson, were 6 shutouts. Three of the hits only five are still living I greatest performances of the I

the high priced bonus baby was shutouts have been pitched by and Stan (The Man) Musial who athletes were performed against The once famous Sugar Bowls

hitting a mere .160 with two Bullet Bob Turley who has gone recently made it makes the fifth. schools that used Negro athletes. more or less a legend now: Top "
tie entire route in winning five The other members are Cobb
home Some for Ty
runs. a
money During the 1957 baseball
season Northern, Eastern
and Western
bonus-player who hits .169 in the games already. The next in lined I ((4191 hits) Tris, Speaker ((3515)),
minors. Don Larson, the man who Napohan (Nap) Lajoie ((3251)),' the New Orleans Pelicans teams can not play in the Sugar
pitched the no-hit game against and Paul Waner ((3152). Those had to withdraw from competition Bowl games because they have

LEN MATTHEWS, the sensational -i the Dodgers in a World Series who are dead are Honus Wagner .. t in the Southern Association Negro players; The Sugar Bowl

lightweight boxer won his Larson has won three straight ((3430)), Eddie Collins (3311) and Branch Rickey board chairman of the Pittsburgh tccause of the terrific drop in Basketball tournaments have
logs straight victory in defeating games. He has pitched 23 score- Cap Anson ((3081)). Pirates and-former president of the Brooklyn Dodgerswas gate receipts. Negro fans who
Henry (Pappy) Gault in eight less innings. Little Bobby Shantz honored recently in Chicago by more than 1.000 carried dollars to the park that dwindled down to a few.
rounds recently in Philadelphia. has won three straight games. BIG GEORGE CROWE the diners in a testimonial banquet held in the grand ball had the
same kind of emblem on
Matthews weighed 129 1/2 and Whitey Ford has a 2-2 record man who took over the first room of the Conrad Hilton Hotel by Quinn Chapel them that all other fans had The only way major league
Gault 131. Matthews who is only What a pitching staff. tase Job for the Cincinnati Red- African Methodist Episcopal Church under the leader. decided to use their good, just old baseball teams get to Louisiananow

19!), celebrated his birthday May NED CARVER, the man who legs when Ted Klowzewski was ship of Us pastor the Rev. Archibald J. Carey. Jr. It American dollars for some other is by flying over by planeor

15. was not allowed to go 10- almost kept the St. Louis Brownsin injured, has been pounding the was the largest affair of its kind ever given by a color- purpose. The Pelicans were for passing through by pullman.No .
rounds"because of his age. Mat- the American League with his I ball at such a terrific rate, it ed group in a downtown hoteL The interracial audiencewas bidden to use tan players. more exhibition games.
thews,has won nine of his fights pitching when they were in the 1 JJQ1 reif aq 1'BQ1 G.r93ddu made up of church and sports people in every .
by the knockout route. He has league is on his way again for base job clinched: Home runs walk of life. The affair was attended by Governor Wil- -
floored Chico Maldonado, Mel & very successful season. He has have been a specialty with Crowe liiam J. Stratton of Illinois and Mayor Richard J. Daleyof

Ferguson, Charley Slaughter and I already won his fourth game with this season Chicago. Rickey shqym in the picture urged Negroes
Norman Young. the Kansas City Athletics. Fo everywhere to vote and exercise the them
right given
JIM (Mudcat) Grant the rookie *
pitcher of the Cleveland Indianshas by the stroke of the pen in the hand of Abraham Lin NOW OPEN!

been sensational a starter."Mudcat" coln. He said. "That which was done by Lincoln in
making three and one-half million people free oughtto
now has a record of 3
Going Places victories and one defeat. He has give us a heritage to make 150 million Americansfree.
r been one of the hardest workers Go to the polls and vote and by all means vote
honest convictions." It who broke
on that Cleveland mound staff your was Rickey
down the color bar in the major leagues and brought
THE REV. GEORGE HILL JR., forth, Jackie Robinson.
Dean of the United Theological PALMSOF
Seminary: is heading a committeeto
formulate plans to boycot the DOUBLEHEADERSTAGED I

Detroit Tigers baseball games because .. Wine Tastes
Harvey Hanson and the

..an .t l. tirectors of the Tigers flatly refuse BY NBA have changed JACKSONVILLEFORMERLY
to hire Negro players. Thereare
17 players of the ebony hue
v. in the Detroit Tigers farm sys- TO AID STOKES HAVE YOU :

tem, but none good enough to
wear a Tiger uniform. Rev. Hill's CHANGED

committee said if the Los An- NEW YORK A benefit basketball I DANCING NIGHTLY I

geles Dodgers can field a team doubleheader was stagedby YOURS?
with five tan players it seems the National Basketball Association -
that the Tigers could find one. to aid,Maurice Stokes the
During the eleven years that Cincinnati Royals star who re-
Negroes have been playing ball in mains seriously ill at a hospitalin
the majors, the Boston Red Sox Cincinnati. '
and Detroit Tigers could not find SLIMAND
one Stokes, the tan star and one _:
of the Association's most spec-
GIGANTICLY BUILT ABE tacular players was stricken witha HIS HOUSE

_t.d.A SIMON, once heavyweight'boxing strange ailment while on a also -

contender, in an attempt to dis- tour with the Royals. For 56 days
credit Joe Louis said recently Stokes has been'unconscious. The TRIPLE xxx GUITAR MURPHYSINGING

that Louis was not the toughestman ailment, which partially affectedhis SAM
he ever fought. Louis. brain, is believed to be a and
knocked hiM out twi e. _He said sleeping sickness. ;
the toughest man he ever fought: The benefit doubleheadermatched
was Roscoe Toles of Detroit. the two finalists in this Thru THURSDAY

Simon won a decisive victoryover year's playoffs. The top game 90c Friday. Saturday. Sunday and Holidays
Toles. The record: show matched the ,world champion StLouis
ery little opposition Simon offered Hawks with the ,Boston
the Brown Bomber. The second was SAMMY DOUGLAS
> i WWT rust fl cams TO m wet l roan:WIT m t wir na TOOL ,game
tern m oau.MO COMES wi ua jm W. ELLSWORTH (Spider) WEBB between the Royals (Stokes team) Muter Of Ceremonies
seventh, ranking, middleweight' and the Minneapolis Lakers.
from Chicago and Jimmy Bee- The entire proceeds went to

Slimjrim; and Handsome! It's the 0-round cham of,bout Miami in will the hook Miami up Beach in a Stokes, '.the NBA ,announced., SPECIAL!

SUNDAY 3:30 TO 6:30 P. M. ,
30 The
auditorium on May an- .
nouncement was made by.Promo- BEFBIGEBA.TOBSSER'VICED. ,
Old KentuckyTavei* ter Chris Dundee. Webb lost to TEENAGE MATINEEADMISSION
Holly Mims and knocked out AND

Rory Calhoun in his last two REPAIRED' ...______ 50c ;
tIghts while Beecham fought ,a
draw with Willie Vaughn tn his CALL P o. -0127 POSTIVELY NO ADULTS

Pocket Flask-smart last fight.,

w .VINCE MARTINEZ, who will
fight Virgil Akins for the middleweight
title June 6 has started 23--1C693851G156 TAPLERy COMING NEXT 'WEEK :

to have this fine Bourbon always training in I fulL He is at present '

a pounds overweight.The mainpart' b4.

on hand. Every drop to now of is his the training reducing program exercise.up Watch This down

Martfnez has told reporters that
he hopes to make short work of 3 8 .CHESTER BURNETT .

timed to Akins 'and become, the welterweight 7 4 ,,8 ,- I I
pa7foiywrsl champion.JACKSONVILLE. 4 NEVER TOO SWEET; ; "Howlia Wolf*
FANS are pulling .hard for the '

Stanton Blue: Devils baseball 543 'If=4St PARTY_ WITJt THE-WINELUXURY BIG MAYBELLE,
... -
team to be victorious in the tnr &'J- 4 .
state Tournament to be played in j1-57S3' '14' TIItGtIE'TpWwQ : '-All of -Me". "Jim"" :;;:; ""Candy. :>,, #*1 1Ut ,
Day cma- 'Be&ek Coach Pearsonhas IAlltui' _
bri' ap: "
his boys in mighty fine coadi 8os f." -f .e'a dims I, $. :apAa'Fa j :' c.,., .!... i

u.. ,and.;:ii;they jtoy the type Ma .....1-..."..-.a" '
of baD they played in winning: '. J' a! !wa<4 I : Adnlis'OnlyBy !1 CATO THE CHEFh:! ,
the city title they will five m 'l, ; "
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good account of thouem II' ... 81R Sttbawa Ber. O*. -M ROOM "





THE FLORIDA STAB Week Ending Saturday. May 24. 1958
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air is filled with .
subscription. < words.1
For ja year -" all tho lie were on a leash _
t. I Speakers of ;
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STAR change has made -
FLORIDA pouring
To tne. and colors are busy
11 V ; : words of advice into the ears in the operation of the Club

.HVVVNAME I of the June graduates. 'In.our Monterey. The change was initiated Tffraa
and by the two "wheels". It is
: ownslate words of advice
//IP I II rumored that the "w lCels" are
f teuc wisdom are being uttered 'by
ADDRESS such personalities as Martin advocating moving the popular
club to site outside of the Rtcn
a city
II I Luther King who will speakat
CITY ZONE -STATE Beihune-Cookman and Bishop
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Blanche Poller of the Varsity ---
who will
W. F. BalL

I 10 years. $50 5 years $25 2 years $10 minimum speak at Edward Waters Col ,Shop out Moncrief way remindsone And Scott Brady
of the of
good people
For Reward For Capture of Dynamiters. .J I lege. more. Instead of washing steps ,

A tip of the Pepsi CUp L ": Bishop Ban -has recently returned early in the morning, you'll see
to these outstanding
*4 :young Americana, who to the United States from Blanche raking and sweeping. .
make our country and South Africa. He has jnueh to Freddie Brown and Elmora Davis -

A our community a better'J say especially concerning the way had to make a hurried trip CenterCORNER
in which to live. SEAFOOD
place FENCES BY ATLAS"The tne very much segregated South downstate. The two sidekickshad

.. Africans of color feel about class a safe and pleasant trip.

*- +*-. + +- +- *.- *.. Fence That Makes)0 Sense" and caste. Freddie brought back glowing re- MYRTLE AVENUE AND ADAMS t

ports of the new home Maria
I T-
King Price and hubby Asa are
I the annual proms. Things have WEEK'S BEST BUY
building. The Washington Shore
changed slightly since the daysI BLUE OCEAN BREAM _jf Lb.
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*. .* place is the last word.
attended the "prom" but manyof On the distaff side of the led- MEDIUM MULLET __________________.Lb.25c
the thoughts are the ame.It .
PROTECT YOUR.... : would be a, grand idea if ger, we .can hear nothing but KING WHITING _____--_________--------h--.Lh.32c
-:- CHILDREN squawks about the recent stage
PROPERTY some of our parents followed the I show "Swapping Wives" at the N. Carolina Standard OYSTERS __________h_ Pint 98c
-:- example of the parents at one

!! jI -:- PETS; of our local schools. The adultsare Strand. Comments were many BARGAIN BASEMENT
and varied. Seems as tho the con.
3 ,* aware of the desire of the sensus is that we could have BLACK SEA BASS".______ Lb.

-=' youngsters to want to "do some.thing" missed that one.MOVIE. VIRGINIA RED FIN CROAKERS .Lb. 29cMedium 1
after the proms but are FLASH!! LARGE MULLET -- Lb.:
making no attempts anything
BEFORE YOU BUY GET OUR They tell me that humdinger

Stanton Senior High FREE ESTIMATES about it. We see by white the of a movie, "PEYTON PLACE" SHRIMP for boiling ____mon .'______.____Lb. 89c
where of the
papers many
Pepsi Cola Dealers arid Pepsi+ NOTHING DOWN 36 MONTHS TO PAY parents have planned parties at Ls being held over through mon- Spanish MACKEREL Fine for broiling ..Lb. 35c

Cola Bottling Company are* CALL RA 5-2255 public places for their kids after day at the Ritz Theatre, so if Speckled TROUT .____u________________ Lb. 49c
to salute missed it, still have a
proud Deloris Peat the proms. One group has an all] you you CATFISH fully dressed _____________________-Lb. 49c
of the son 12th grade class. y : your
nlte dance, breakfast, and morn.i i SNAPPER from Fla. Everglades.Lb. 49c
She is a member of the National -* for' : Mangrove
services planned
Honor Society, Stanton-* I the!tg religious Jacksonville Beach Pier. We The combination of "K-T and Yellowtail SNAPPER ___._________ __-__ __-----_Lb. 49c

ette Club and the Laura Street STRAND ROOSEVELT should take a page from them. Pepsi", "Old Taylor and Pepsi' FLOUNDER from Portsmouth VV-"_ _, on _.Lb. 45c
Presbyterian Church. I and "Old Crow and Pepsi" is

7 GREAT DAYS! Met the lovely Kittles sisters. getting to be quite the fad. Loral FREE PARKING REAR AND SIDE
*********** having diner out. We were glad cocktail experts declare Pep

T 2 TOP HITS!-Reg. ; tu see Clarinda and Viola home: !tsl! makes an ideal mixer with the V
Pricesl Sun.-Tue. MAY 25-27 I THE EAFOOD CENTERMyrtle
-tc Sun.-Sat. MAY but were sorry to hear that the better bourbons. and what'smore

iC.ic a.. THC AUDIS MURPHY'SNEW illness of their mother broughtthe they say it's so economical Avenue and Adams Phone El 4-1468

THRILLER! girls avisiting.


k A GIRL WITHOUT featuring home-made deviled

A FUTUREAN crabs and old-fashioned boiled FOR KENT

crabs. After a few, both items Modern furnished apt. bedroom,,

OFORJIME1t.0' a hit the spot. kitchen and private bath. $12.50a
ADVENTURE Word comes from Miami thatJ.
week plus lights. SPECIAL!
.. t: WITHOUT D. Brooks' is again on the :

iC TYEONE POWER EQUAL! *< r, scene in the "Magic City". The Furnished room. Single man or
'T THEOFIIANE BECTON r r I well-known huskster may be ex- couple preferred. Phone EL 5-\\i
t. -tC New Stanton Senior High DIETRICH pected to turn up where-ever 1109.

-tc: Theophane is a rnemtier of CIIIlES UUGITOI M 5r ft people gather. W e understandthat .
iC the 11th grade class. where she Brooks is in the beer business FOR SALE

-tc serves as assistant secretary. JWITMISSSJPROSECUTIOH I again. Furniture for sale. Mrs. M. L.' SPRINKLER

4K of her homeroom. She is amember The Longshormen took over the Carter 966 West 8th Street. .
of the Le La Lets, \ Phone EL 4-4846.
-tc town last week. Delegates
.11 Annual Staff, Blue Devils ........mIIISTS At from as far West as Texas and HOSE
.-Marching Band and an honor ali the way up the Atlantic
student. (i41 JEtLictiri'i Coast. After the business sessionsthe WANTED ll1)ll)

rented tea entire Palms .
***********. NOTICE! for group two nights and forgot the I MAN OR WOMANUnlimited 11JItIF1r

it "'* To preserve the secret Memphis Jill
cares of the world with
of the surprise ending
kk no pttronswtn be seated Slim. Business folk say the Earnings IL I
.J 'I during the final)10 minutes., stevadores left more money in AvailableFor

'town than two professional '
tctc Aggressive
groups left in the colored mer. I
Plus"UNDERSEAS GIRL" chants in Miami and Orlando. Canvassers

\ kk Plus WARNER'S also ly FULL OR PART TIME I 1
?! as" Simmons has II
kk "DEEP: SIX" starring No. 5 "BATMAN" & Carton Arthur For Details contact
returned from a tour of the
ALAN LADD ADULTS 40c KIDS 15ct'y just Schulman-EL 6.4716 I
lower East ,:c aSt- The popular Mr. E

Ashley Street business man left t L t

oM7" his affairs in the hands of John it 1 1
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DELORIS ROGERSNew Ed Slaughter while he was out
-Ie of the city Real EstateLOANVS q'V'
Stanton Senior High ,

Tribute Is paid to Details, who iC i About Town: Debonair Johnny

Is a member of the 12th grade Stewart, whose strident voice $ $

class. She is Editor of the iC once dominated the place where i
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School paper National Honor 4gg
Society member, Elite Soclety A $4,000 np to $25,000
Club member and is affiliated tC Q'x' WARRIORS SIGN Payable $1.00 per mo. per hundred

with the Grant Memorial AME > on unpaid balance at 6%.

Church .. Let us help you to completeyour .
house or refinance 38 .
* GUY ROGERS years In the same place.

t 9 Congratulations from Pepsi 1WLEU.STAR P.-YOUNGMr. Can -

Cola to these three Merit J. 1IEWlBillnm )5
Awarad winners!
c Kam; PHILADELPHIAGuy Rodgers Simmons or Mr. Walsh

Listen to Pepsi Merit Award Temple University basket- HaD and Monroe

". I salutation on Pepsi Cola s ban star and', one" of the most 212 Masonic Temple Bids.

1IIf.' rEENTnIEWBUO.on your dial -- Saturdays, 1400 highly rated basketball players In Phone EL a.soU BROAD at' ADAMS

10:45. to 11:45. A.M. the nation has been signed to a EL &S391

contract by the Philadelphia War-

riors of the National Basketball

The 6-foot tan star was the

AL Warriors'',No?1 draft choice dur-
'NR/C* selection -
ing the / college player

KEN KNIGHT'S meeting. He scored 1767
.' points in his three year careerat
SWEET CHARIOTAPPRECIATION Temple and also starred as a :

/ sensational playmaker. _
The 22-year-old Temple star I

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