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Florida star
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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:
April 6, 1957
Publication Date:


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African American newspapers -- Florida   ( lcsh )
African Americans -- Newspapers -- Florida   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Jacksonville (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
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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

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University of Florida
Holding Location:
University of Florida
Rights Management:
All rights reserved. Board of Trustees of the University of Florida
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Preceded by:
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WASHINGTON The National -
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BY ERIC O. SIMPSON Colored,People lashed back Tues- MAY L. KENNEDY MEMORIAL ENDORSED Members of the Negro Division of the Tuberculosis Committee met recently at
Tallahassee The long expected battle between Florida's 300- day at charges of perjury in con- ural County Vocational High School and endorsed a memorial fund for Mrs. May L. Kennedy, Tuberculosis social (worker who died
000 school teachers and Gov. LeRoy Collins opened in the Legisla- nection with civil rights, legislation -* January 1 from accidental burns. The fund will be used to provide a hospital television set for tuberculosis patients.
ture last Thursday with introduction of a bill providing for a $1,100 in Congress.Sen. Present at the meeting were, left to right Mrs. E. J. Gay, secretary: Alonxo Davis staff member Tuberculosis Association of Du-
annual pay raise for teachers. John L. McClellan, Ar- ral County J. J. Nixon: Mrs. Jane S. Burns health education secretary Tuberculosis Association of Dural County; Mrs. Mrra Lee

;. However, unlike white teacher kansas Democrat. a i d Mondaytwo Camper: and William.H. Mathis president of the committee.
I. groups who have threatened togo cials endorsing the pay raise proposals. witnesses from the NAACP Contributions for the fund are being solicited,.and persons interested are urged to send donations to the Tuberculosis Association

out on strike, the Duval Negro were.accused of perjury before.a 116 E. Ashley St. designated for the May Kennedy Memorial.

1' -' groups took more' sober attitude When askfed whether the'Duval Senate Judiciary subcommittee .. .. .. ; : ---y: -I., '.-w .'. .,:-.4-U- .-
expressing no desire to strike Negro teacher group endorsed during hearings on President -.
i ,. and resolution.But only to. support the pay hike striking Negro teacher a high ranking circles who figure said in Eisenhower's McClellan did civil not rights name bill. the Wilson Building.. Firm F .J. .f.'d' From Home

as the first round of the he did not want his name used witnesses. but said "the FBI madea

battle opened-up, two Florida said they were taking no part in check on them" and there was Busin CenterThe Brutally Beaten RobbedA
t State University researchers reported that phase of the controversy. He an "allegation"that they "com Opens ss, ,
that one out of four of added that with the school inte- milled perjury." He demandedthe
Florida's school teachers will gration issue still boiling it woulddo witnesses be recalled for fur-
change jobs next year and 12 per Negro teachers no good to take ther questioning by the full Ju new headquarters of the Wilson Building and Supply Com- Jacksonville man who was lured from his home by an unknown
cent may quit teaching entirely.The part in. uch.a movement. diciary Committee. pany will be the center of attraction in the Northeast section of Jacksonville caller is in Duval Medical Center for treatment of Injuries
Saturday from to 6 p. m. when the new plant will be pre-
conclusions were drawn Roy Wilkins, executive secretary he sustained in a brutal attack.
received from 250 sented to the general public for inspection following an elaborate James Hansberry, 64, of 711
r from answers EasJside Woman of the NAACP, attacked Mc-
Open House and Grand Opening program.
I' of 500 white teachers sent questionnaires' Clellan's charge as '"merely another Arch Street was attacked and
"random" Featured on the program will Postal EmployeeGels robbed in front of Old Duval
in the sur- facet of the Southern tactics!
Hit With BoHle of delay, the purpose of which is! be the famed Stanto-Musi-Cho of formation counter, offices and a County Vocational School Friday
t vey.The white New Stanton Senior High School spacious warehouse area all of night March 29.
dale has 23,000 to kill the civil rights bill. I Prison TermA
t under the direction of Mrs. Ann- is housed ultra mod-
in an
not Witnesses stated that
teachers an
teachers. Negro A fight between a 45yearoldwoman Wilkins said in New York his
ette A. Espy who will furnish the em plant valued at approximately known to the Hans-
questioned. and her "boy friend" end- I organization has "full confidence man came
NEGRO TEACHERS ed up with the man beating her hi 'the integrity and veracity of music for program scheduled for $50,000 and designed to reflect carefully laid plan to catch a berry home and called him by
WON'T STRIKE in the face with a wine bottle. all the witnesses whom we made the occasion. the; present modern trend in postal truck driver by investigators name, telling him that he wanted
j While white teachers were Ida Jackson, 45 1109 Jessie Stand available to the Senate subcom- The formal open house program building structures.An finally led to his capture him to help push his car.
F will be broadcast over radio sta- establishment after it was believed that
mittee." adjourning is more Hansberry went with the man
threatening to quit or go on Harvey Jennings had been
:;. teachers remained drinking and according to the "The record of civil rights violations tion WRHC during which time Barbara's Beauty Salon, operatedby than $2,000 in cash had been and they traveled as far as the
strike, Negro
prominent county and city offi- who stolen from letters, was sentencedto 600 block Arch
is such that it does not Miss Barbara Spears, received on Street where
for endorsing the woman's story to police, Harvey
.. mum except back exaggeration elabo- cials; outstanding personalitiesfrom her training and some of serve 18 months in prison.. Hansberry was beaten severely in
resolution for the pay increase. went off and when,he came any
The Duval County Teachers she was fixing dinner. Harvey be- ration or falsification" Wilkins all areas of the Jacksonville her experience in the most ex- Morris Fisher 31-year-old pos- the face and knocked uncon-
Association of which DeVaughn came angry and beat. her about community are scheduled to be clusive salons of New York City. tal employee of 1210 Spearing St scious. After regaining consciousness -
wine bottle. said.Southern Democrats have been present and participate in the "Jacksonville citizens should was sentenced by Federal Judge he crawled back to his resi-
Sweet is president TO t e d in a the face with a
meeting this week to send resolutions The fight occurred Sunday seeking additional hearings.on many actiVities.Mrs. feel proud of the accomplishments i Bryan Simpson after he plead dence. The witness was Jerry
to the FEA. the FEEL, night in their home 1109 Jessie civil rights legislation in a last- Richard L. Wilson, wife of of these two business concerns guilty to a two-count indictment Hansberry also of 711 Arch St
GOT. Collins and other slate'offi, Street ditch effort to block'it the owner will officially open the and do more than just wel- charging theft of a letter addressed The victim is now in Duval
1 Wilson Building and Supply come them a representative of to a local credit clothing com- Medical Center in a very serious
"-- Company when she snips the rib- the Jacksonville Business League pany and removing $7 from a condition.
I Jax Youths See "Ten CommandmentsJAX bon with a pair of silver scissors said. He added: "They should letter to a Georgia resident Patrolmen J. Seldon and M.
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presented to the firm by a local visit the two Both offenses occurred last investigated.
I organization for that purpose. take full advantage of the many September 14.

Assisting with the distribution services and merchandise avail- Postal inspector P. J. Ronen-
able and at reasonable prices." NAACP LaunchesMemhership
of gifts and souvenirs will be berger said Fisher is credited
Miss Minnie Mitchell, executive I II I with getting $2,064 cash by stealing -
secretary and cashier, and J. L. a "large number" of letters I Drive
Jones store manager, both of Woman OutsmartsAttacker from January 1955 until his arrest -
whom have been with the firm last September.
t since its beginning over a year NondayApr il 8
\\ 1 N c y. P In Room Inspector Rosenberger said I
\; _; ago on West 21st Street Fisher picked up mail in his truck: _
;, ;-. .aa + '? Owner of the Wilson Buildingand :
and relayed mail to foot The Jacksonville Branch of the
Supply Company is R. L. A 44-year-old woman who lives: He also said Fisher tried to avoid: National Association for the Ad- '
c1tI : .. native of this anda at rooming house at 628 Davis
Wilson, .a city a mail
suspicion by stealing only vancement of Colored People will
clergyman. Mr. Wilson began Street outsmarted a would-be attacker from boxes due to be collected by begin its membership campaign,
;; k his career, in this highly competitive who forced his way into other postal employees, not on his Monday, April 8, with weekly
*: her Tuesday night for immortal -
building business over a year room route.Rosenberger.
own meetings held until the end of
ago with the main objective of purposes. said Fisher '
was ar the drive, May 16. The meetingswill
into the of The intended victim told police l
branching retailing
a I rested once as a juvenile and also be held each Thursday nightat
iiL complete hardware merchandise,!. that James Simmons of the same drew a short term for petit larceny 8 o'clock in-the Central Insur-
building supplies and equipmentHis address broke the lock off the
when he 17
was years old. ance Office 316W. State Street -
company has built and repaired door to her room while she was 1

t -- -_-" -- homes for many: local in bed. He told her, according to I ... .. ft
= S- cars aI
citizens, all of whom have indi- her story, that if she hollored he
; cated complete satisfaction in the would smother her. She:said that I Jacks. vAle's Most Outstanding Minister I,
: + 1 workmanship and business 'relations when he attempted to attack her,
: .. i} demonstrated and, 'reflected she jumped over into a corner I ,VOTE BLANK I II II
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BOYS SEE GREAT MOVIE The long line of boys seen here 'are members of the Duval Located at 2424 ,North Myrtle Investigating officers said Sim- I Went to Cost ,My Votefier :./ ::. II |
Home who were afforded an opportunity of seeing The Tea CommendrenDeMille b. Ced B. Avenue the corner of 15th and mons ran out on back porch and : ,- ,
County'BoyS spectacular movie now In its third week at the RITZ THEATRE. The-movie'which came to Myrtle Avenue The Wilson Build- they called three times for him to i '. ..('.;. ;
s directly after the downtown run has been playing to standing room audiences daily far the ing and Supply Company is sit- stop then fired a warning shot _____; i '
the iTZ weeks is hailed as one of the greatest soviet which one p sonality.said "should be seen by uated in a very prominent posi- The man jumped off high part "- .. : .
k put'two belDg.- tion in a rapidly expanding busi- of stairs.In I
living human J
eyU'f Home admission to the movie was sponsored: by the RITZ THEATRE and the FLOH ness center in Northwest Jack searching near stairway they Poster Of !
The Boys youth the opporranlrr of seeing the magalflceni biblical morie. Weal H.Wits' sonville. the building is a main found Simmons with a damaged, I L ) KOM ef a.rda. v. J I

mA she:. Jr. RITZSmeT aDd hl I tM !:e manager- an seen with Purls Calhomu! Boys Rome Director. retail section an office and in- right leg from the jump. -. {


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Page.,t>_Two THE FLORIDA STAR Saturday/{April 6, 1957 r, '

:1 NEWS Politics As Usual '

Published by The Florida Star Publishing Co.

Mailing Address: CLEVELAND The alternative to eliminating restrictions 11.1|

P. O. Box 561, Jacksonville 1, Florida which prevent Negroes from becoming skilled workers the "whole- j

423 Broad Strut, Jacksonville, Florida Phone El*!. 4-3773 sale,displacement of Negroes currently employed in unskilled Jobs I
as automation proceeds a labor expert asserted here last week. I

Eric O. SintpsoitLouisa __... .y-.M..H.Nyk.......""..........._........_.._ Editor Addressing- an NAACP state- 1
Gaiavard ."__..-....__..._.._................__ Managing Editor i wide
C. Parhant Johnson ............._._...._.........,,........:..........._ Hews Staff youth career ;>> which prevent Negro youths from f',
Altamat Richardson _..........................N....................... Circulation Dept. y conference, '. >)7; becoming highly skilled workers." I '
D1Gr Herbert Hill f Another
speaker dUvised the
Member of Associated Neo Press .. said: ,"Alreadyone I
-=-- .: .. young delegates to pursue their ;
SUBSCRIPTION RATES r ,, 0 t'bIk.j .. :.:..<. can cite education as far as possible be .

One Year, $5.00; Half Ytor, $3.00; Three Months, $1.80 many instances I cause "the further you carry your I
Mulled To Too, AnywUre In the United Stahl. where a highly education the more interestingyour
Subscriptions Payable I. Advance. Send Check or Money Orders To: trained white career and the higher your

FLORIDA STAR P. 0. BOX 561 JACKSONVILLE 1, FLORIDA v man and a new a income is likely to be.The ad- I'

: machine have 'rice was given by Richard L.

w replaced many' Plaut executive director of the
Hearse Driver Use
Skooiiag 4'8qkc unskilled Ne- National Scholarship Service and ;
gro workers. Fund for Negro Students.He .

Watched Cilizens Mr. Hill is _
Closely By l NAACP labor Simpson pointed out that in order( to \

e s obtain a college scholarship or
secretary. .
I loan "one must be first
Jacksonville citizens, both Negro and''white, have been' He called for elimination of "all cally and scholasti- {

keeping a diligent watch on the handling of the hearse driver the restrictions and limitations personally eligible for

assault case in which a Negro hearse driver was'shot, allegedly .1 admission to college9""If

of two white you come from a non-col !
by.one men.
when stress the value of hard
you S
lege home do all the
This publication, particularly has kept a vigilant i eye on work, thrift, prudence, discretionand
the movements but has refrained from comment to see exact- IJ.V the erection of a sound se- reading you can, hear all the :
ly how the matter would be handled by the County Solicitor's :rr curity setup. The opportunities to music at concerts and on records .
you can, go to all the art
,office. gain greater respect in your own galleries and \
museums you can, ]
We feel that such a course is a more desirable one because ?nd other people's eyes will not Mr. Plaut further advised. "More

it would mean that we have reached a sad state of be lacking when you hold firm to able from
young people non-col !
affairs when, in order to get. a public official to protect the your true nature. But, if you be lege homes stumble on scholastic *

rights of any group it becomes necessary to remind him that V come emotionally involved, neg- aptitude tests than on any other

the group (in the case, the Negro group) is largely responsible lect your duties and start specu- college admission criterion. These J:

for his election to the position he holds. lating with your liquid and re tests are loaded with cultural 1
From the outset it was very obvious that some one was: ., ... _. serve resources. items." i
attempting to give the prosecution of the alleged attackers' NEEDS TS BOLD [ LEADERSHIP" 230442943234. Herbert Wright, NAACP youth

the old "now you see it, now you don't see it" treatment. secretary, also addressed the

County Solicitor Lacy Mahon has done his duty in this Self-appointed, and even pro- AQUARIUSBorn meeting.
Jan. 20 thru Feb. 18
case: and'it is hoped that he will continue to protect the rightsof fessional advisers could try to You should respond Conference workshops dealt \
all citizens.To Your sow doubts in your mind, and if
: Weekly with skilled crafts medical
.. the dictates of your heart in pro-
these observations we must add that Criminal Court you pay them the heed they do matters that involve courtship, fessions social sciences civil' I
William T. himself to be and fair not deserve, you are inviting con-
Judge Harvey proved a just Horoscope GuideWHICH matrimony, friendships, next of service business administration
jurist when he directed the jury to return a verdict in favorof fusion which it could take a long kin and children. Wherever differences and scientific and technical pro.

Mahon on questions the defense relied on to have the time to dispel. fessions.
it will be
arise, better to
which the Solicitor the alleged 210991297217.LIBRA .
charges County brought against smooth them out rather than to The purpose of the conference,

attackers thrown out. BUSINESS LOVE TRAVEL allow estrangements to develop.The according to Mrs. MargueriteNash f

5th and 6th of April reveals NAACP youth work chaIr-
By Born Sept. 24 thru Oct. 23
man in Ohio, was to inform Ne-
that other
South Must Begin To Correct The 2nd thru 6th of April bring considerations you permit to pride overrule or your gro youths of new opportunitiesfor
hours of decisions that should
ARIES CANCER them in education and
true feelings, invite conse- employment -
Born March 21 thru April 19 Born June 21 thru July 22 open doors that have hitherto remained quences adverse to personaland ;and to assist the young
IIB llRce NAACP your
System Says April 6th'reveals that the prizes There are many ways to win a shut. Financial requirements -. financial interests. Accept life i people in taking advantage of

offered in exchange are personal victory, but the one that works could expand if you have on its terms. these opportunities. ,

Southerners must accept the Negro as a citizen rather betterment, culture, repute, and best is fashioned of tact, diplo- not kept too close a check on your 5-60-88-59-85-568.
buying investment habits.
than as a ward, a civil rights leader declared last week. the material benefits that gener- macy, persistent effort and un- show that the doors are wide

Roy Wilkins, NAACP executive secretary, addressedsome ally accompany success. Mean questioned integrity. Make the 6-80-77-86-74-684. PISCES # open for those who are daring

10 Methodist ministers at a conference on social prob- while, you still have to guard best of all the advantages at handon Born Feb. 19 thru March 20 enough to venture in. April 5th- '

lems, at which time he denied that the Association is radicalin against emotional entanglementsor the 2nd thru 6th when you SCORPIO This is an excellent period for 6th which are purely negativeand

fighting southern segregation."We restorting to daring enterprises receive the go-ahead signals. If Born Oct. 24 thru Nov. 24 those who are home building, trying not calculated to permit you

work slowly," Mr. Wilkins said. "We've been 47 which dissipate funds and ener- you have influential connections, By keeping on your toes, pull- to gain power and wealth or to take advantage of the more

years at this." gies. you will find them exceptionally ing strings in influential quartersand simply desirous of obtaining the favorable aspects. Wrong or right,

"All the NAACP is waiting for is for the South to say, 3-40-33- -39-32-342. willing to assist you. There are giving superlative service, recognition they, have, long striven take a stand. .

'Yes, for 97 years this has been a bad system. We knoW it's pitfalls in the shape of teen-age you can gain a considerable edgeon for. The 2nd thru 6th of April 7-40-22-38-23-427.
problems, emotional instability, your closest competitors. You
wrong. We want to begin to correct it.
speculative reverses or broken will have to make sure that you
Mr. Wilkins' views.were challenged by J. Oliver Emerich, TAURUS I .
editor of the McComb (Miss.) Enterprise Journal, who main- Born April 20th thru May 20th friendships. do not unexpectedly take the You Don't Have to Go to Town to Get

tained that the of the South is not the 790448742792.LEO wrong road by wishful thinkingor
"blaming people answer" -: There is much you can accom-
excessive sentiment. The dan-
to segregation. plish, and great rewards to be
The Mississippian also asserted that "the great mass of collected, if you manipulate the gers of speculating recklessly LOW PRICES
under the illusion created false
Born July 23 thru Aug. 23 by
Negro people are conducting themselves as wards and not as strings from the shadows, act in
As your powers of perceptionare these days. You can make your
citizens. the role of silent financial -
a partner or
On Your
unusually keen at present, information are augmented on
Other speakers included Paul R. Ervin, North Carolina backer, or simply wait for
you can now select the course assets work for you without draping -
attorney who said school desegregation stopped southern good fortune to tap you on the
progress in racial relations; the Rev. David K. Fison, who shoulder. But, if you try to obtain that will lead you to a way of 4-20-66-18-63-423.your conservatism. DRUG STORE NEEDS
has his church in Trumbull Park life that brings greater opportunities -
integrated near Chicago, the limelight or assume the upper
in spite of intimidation; and the Rev. Dan C.' Whitsett, who hand, you must count on opposi- chances to travel, erudition, Trade With Your Neighborhood Drug Store
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The most interesting news of render piano'selections during the prominent on the'agenda *
the week concerns one of our out- intermission.The .
Mrs. L E. Williams president, '
dean of program committee is head
medical men of color, "Dr. I. E. ed by Mrs. Evelyn Stewart and i presided at S the. .meeting.. *
Williams who has been invitedto members of the sponsoring clubs *
join the Duval Medical The Douglas Anderson High
will serve as ushers. .
elation. School Mothers' Club will open .
.. the spring season with an orange *
The Smart Set Social Club was
frappe at 4:00 p. m. next Sunday,
Ensign and Mrs. Raymond
entertained last Saturday evening
April 14 in the gymnatorium.The .
Lambert have taken up residence in the home of Reuben and Gloria
in Jacksonville while he attends Brooks. 1991 College Circle, S. Jones-Sullivan Music Studio "

Air Ground Officers! School at the The roster of this fashionable, will participate on the pro- \ :

Jacksonville Naval Air Station. smart set consists of Mesdames gram. Wed-
5555 p--
The young officer hails from Thelma Lewis, Joan Spaulding,
Jamaica New York and his Jolita Simmons, Lois Iszard, Jacksonville Kappas are paus- .
charming wife, Ann, from Aho- Gloria Brooks 'Louise Walton, ing April' 11 to honor older mem-
ski. North Carolina. They are Charlotte Stewart, Lola Schell, bers of the fraternity who have _L rAiL's ;

graduates of A. & T. College and Vivian Holmes Norma Bland, rendered support to the local s \ / Jv <,
affiliated socially with Delta Sig- Hortense Gray and Elizabeth chapter throughout the years. The V ; :
ma Theta Sorority and Kappa Downing. presentations will be made at a ,
Alpha Psi formal banquet held in Jack Dan- '
F/aternity. JulianValton, James Lewis ,, A Up of the Peed cap to
and Jean Downing dropped in iel's College Inn. \ e these outstanding you
Jaxons Longineau Parsons was host to Americans, who make our
are looking forward later for a bridge session with the _
with interest to the scheduled the final meeting held during the country and our community
a better place la which to UTO.
April 26.27 opening of "Club El host.Mrs.. Lois lizard will be hostessat month of Marchand Dr. R. E. -- ._..-. _. .., *
Dorado" sponsored by .Moncrief the Smith was host to the first meet- INSTALLATION HELD H. W. Jenkins of Se
next meeting of the group. principal the Pearce Street School installed offi-
I Enterprises Inc. The club, which f ing held during the month of cers of the Moncrief Manor Community Club at a recent meeting held in the home or'-Mrs. Ruby Hand- * *

P will cater to a select clientele, The monthly meeting of the April. berry. 4125 Etta Street. .

promises such feature attractionsas Azalea Garden' Circle was held Officers installed were: Mrs. Nellie Reed president: Rebecca B. Black vice president: Mrs. Leola

weekly floor shows, famous last Tuesday evening in the homeof Patterson secretary; Mrs. Thelma Cobb. sinking fund treasurer: Mrs. Maggie Priesler. chaplain; Mrs. *

bands, tennis courts, a swimming Mrs. Mary Porter. 1460 West Auxiliary Plans Julia Lee. saving treasurer: Mrs. Alzie L. Prier. reporter: and. Mrs. Sarah Lundy. chairman of sick *

pool and a miniature golf coursein Eighth StreetDiscussions committee.The.
Annual ConferenceThe *
the near future. centered around the club will meet Monday evening April 8. in the home of Mr. and Mrs. William Jones. 1804
55. club's flower show scheduled to W. 33rd Street.BRIDGE *

James C. Prime will be narra- be held soon. annual conference day of I .

tor for the Les Fines de Channel .5555 the Women's District and Educa- TOURNAMENT a send a representative to the Re- '

and the Les Bon Carmades clubs' Mrs. Vanorian Schell was hostess tional Convention, auxiliary to YWCA Group gional Young Adult Conference *

April 17 musical recital featuring to the Ladies' Auxiliary to the the East Florida and Bethany ,JUST TWO WEEKS OFF which will be held in Washington, .. *

soprano soloist Melionia Cobb. Jacksonville Medical. Dental and Baptist Association, the Rev. K. Plans SupperThe D. C. and New York City June .t ....
The program begins at 8:00 p. m. i Pharmaceutical Association last D. Britt, moderator, will convene 15-22, and also to help with the &S:34t'qS. *
in the Edward Waters College Friday evening in her Jefferson with Mt. Calvary. Baptist Church, The Cosami Club is completing: current mortgage liquidationdrive. ( .
auditorium. Street home. Dora and Spruce Streets, April final plans for its bridge tourna- Young Adult Committee of .

Miss Dorothy Burroughs. a The
music student at the school, will plans for the,state auxiliary meet- pastor. at the Wilder Recreation Center. have planned a waffle supper for, consists of the following persons: Junes Weldon Johnson *

The tournament committee is Saturday night, April 13, begin- Mrs. Lizzie Bythwood, Mrs. Junior tilth School

headed by W. Russell Robinson, ning at 7:30: o'clock. Jean Cobb, Miss Lottie Gilbert, Pepsi-Cola Bottling Com *
tournament director, who an- Miss Blondell McCottry, chair- Mrs. Clementine Hunter, Mrs. pany salute and Pe Betty dealers Jean- *

nounced that the laws of tourna- man of the committee, announcedthat Mable King, Miss McCottry, Mrs. Smith of the 9-11 class.
A SPECIAL PURCHASE Makes This Offer PossibleBargain
She is honor _
door an student a '
ment bridge will prevail. lovely prizes will be Josephine Moman, Miss Gwen-! member of the "Sing For

Bridge clubs of the city are invited given away at the "eat all you dolyn Robinson, Mrs. Ruby Wil- EnJoyment"vice president Club of and her *

to participate in the tourna- can" waffle supper. Tickets, are son, Mrs. Grace Young, Miss homeroom. *
ment. Mrs. Essie McCray, chair- available at the YWCA and from Yvette Sims and Mrs. Hallie
man of the tournament revealedlast members of the committee. Simpson, chairman.Anniversaries. ** *

Biggest week that an award would be Funds raised will be used to *

, given the bridge club with the PlannedDistricts ?
largest attendance. be valuable awards.

Prizes for the tournament will Tickets are on sale for $1.00 *

include such valuable items as a each and may be purchased from 2 and 15 of Mt. Cal-

of the in 52-piece set of stainless steel silverware members of the club, and. from vary Baptist Church will cele- *

year an automatic coffee per- the Jacksonville Urban League, brate their joint anniversaries *

colator, a toaster, a waffle iron, 109 E. Union Street., Purchasersof Spnday at 3:30: p. m. in the homeof *

plus an assortment .of smaller. tickets are entitled to a chanceat Mr. and Mrs. Willie Wright,

Florence GAS RANGES useful articles. The prize for the a valuable door prize, whether 3311 Japonica Road. *
; winner of the first-class divisions they take part in the actual playor The Rev. W. M. Hill will preachat *

a beautiful, engraved loving not Mt. Carmel Baptist Church

cup that the.winner keeps in his Proceeds from the tournamentwill I Sunday at 3 p. m. He will be accompanied .;

possession until next tournamentis benefit the Jacksonville Urban by Choirs 3, 4 and 5, .i.

played. In addition there will League. the congregation and ushers. KENNETH BERNARD
f Matthew W. Gilbert
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I! i : Mt. Tabor Baptist Missionary Group To Terminate Rally I

: Mrs. R. Wilsu, Miss Birkhiller Antioch Baptist Church .Auxiliary .

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Announcing ,
A special program will be presented at Mt.Tabor Baptist Church Opening
J. Sunday, April 7, during the mission hour. The program will begin at -of-
4:00 .
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The Home Mission Society, sponsor of the program have also r '
I made plans,to terminate the "shoe rally" on this occasion. :- v. z. -, ",. .f'O: ; _
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J will serve as master of ceremonies : "S ,/ 4 or Shine
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Ministers WivesTo
Baptist -:" "
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, I program.Overstreet will The read Rev.the Mr.scriptureand H T. Sponsor Tea April 22 J. : "*, .. S SUNDAY, APRIL 7th 9 A.M.

Charlie Brown and H.Cherry ? z} NORTH EAST OF CITY LIMITS /;(
| will conduct devotional service. The Baptist'Ministers Wives' FISHING HEADQUARTERS ,
I'' +, Alliance has set its annual tea for ,. '.. : \
Soloists for the program will be v"""-:< :
-. Miss Constance Burkhalter and April 22., the Monday following "; ': I ; : On Paved Highway Electricity .
I i Mrs. R. H. Wilson. Other participants Easter.,, ::7 : } ,
Low Taxes Lots
: .include Mrs.Willie M.Pow- The tea will be held in First v t ; '' Large 60 x.125 FT.

ell,who will give an instrumental Corinth Baptist Church, with j.. ,, ;:;: (.. : Surveyed and Staked High and Dry
Mesdames W. L. Jones, Amy :
I, I selection; Mrs. Jessie Mae Cave; .
Carrie Edna
Mrs. Lucy Mae Mathews; Geraldine Livingston Peeples t. .
Fieids Gordon and W. C.Witten as host WARRANTY DEEDSTitle
; Mary Alice Scriven; .
and Mrs. C. Weston. esses. ..; Is Absolutely Guaranteed and Insurable
The president of the Home Mis-. Mrs. B. W. Williams will give
sion Society announced that, in! the occasion on the program, *4
addition which will consist of several Priced $199.00 and
to the interesting pro- up
gram that is planned, .refresh- interesting presentations.Mrs. '
D.. B. Barnes and N. J. $6.00 DOWN
ments will be served at the closeof
the program. She added fur- Green will be among persons attending -, $2.00 Per Week or $8.00 Month
l ther that the public is invited to and Mrs. H. H. Robinson per
attend the program and support president of the organization, will r.I 10% DISCOUNT FOR CASH
I the group in its effort to render speak briefly. I
I better service to the local com \ Come Out Early and Make Your Selection
munity. Baby Contest To EndAt MEETING HELD Persons seen here comprise one of Antioch Baptist's important auxiliaries.
Owner and Developer on Grounds
i I Central June 30thThe Thoy axe first row left to right: Mrs. Beatrice Hawkins Nellie Brown Deloris McKenzie Rulha
Lee Gotten, Jennie Newson Jean Williams and Ann Meeks.
Betty Shirley
Seen in the rear are, left to right: Mrs. Mary S. Huey, Sadie Sayles Lucy Nesbitt Mrs. B. Kel. PASS AIRPORT 3 MILES TO OCEANWAY, TURN RIGHT AT
Free and Friendly Associa- Mrs. Elouise Adams, Bessie Ackerman Lavonia Graham Dora Steward and Pearl Bowman. OUR SIGN ON NEW BERLIN ROAD, KEEP STRAIGHT OUT TO
For 6
Banquet April tion is featuring a baby contest sayf AND ON CEDAR POINT ROAD, 9'/z MILES AND YOU ARE THERE.
scheduled to terminate June 30, --- NEAR
f A banquet will be held in the at Central CME Church, Rev. O.
education building of Jerusalem R. Jackson, pastor. Mrs. Camilla I Anniversary I STAR
I Baptist Church, Southside, Saturday Taylor and Christine Frasia are ALSO INLAND WATERWAY & CREEKS
,1S. evening, April 6, at 8 o'clock. chairmen of the event. The 41st anniversary of Stew- Zion Baptist Church in charge of I IN EVERY FOR BOATING
Mrs. Thelma Ray,chairman of Contestants are: Theodore Al- ardess' Board 2 of Central CME the service. COLORED HOME OWN A PIECE OF THE GROUND YOU LIVE ON
the event, announced that Melvin vin Taylor, Denese Dian Brown, The Boosters Club and Trustee
Church is scheduled for Friday at
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Proceeds from the affair will be Riley, Annette B. Williams, Ber- 8 p. m. in the church auditorium the church. Steward Board 2
p nard Williams and Walter Don- with the Rev. W. M. Smith and will observe its second anniver-
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I I DaYtona Refuses Permits For Negro Housing_ Project I

I Mayor Loig Absent From Meeliig Fraternal Notes Young Adult Group To Present Play I ainesvilliPALLBEARER

Disserting Yule Cast By Eilisci ELKS TO CONVENE IN LODGE 113
ORLANDO APRIL 13-17 The Inter-denominational Choirs

The Florida State Assn.of Tem- Union will presentan inspirational "

\"The Daytona Beach City Commission voted Tuesday night to ples of Daughters of Elks, with program April 11 at 8 p.m.'

refuse to grant permits for any phase of construction work on Orange Cuba and West Indies affiliated, April 17, Choirs on Parade will
Avenue in connection with the proposed ISO-unit housing project for of the Improved Benevolent and be presented at Greater Bethel
Negroes. Protective Order of Elks of the AME Church. Members are to

Persons living near the projectsite World, will convene in 32nd an- bring their Bibles.
have been asKed write nual session in Orlando, April 13-
I letters. their Senators and.Con Sianlon Singers 17. Royal Palm Temple 890 will fw $ t
be hostess to the group. PalatkaFEDERATED
gressmen protesting the building
I of the Mrs. Thomasema Floyd of Ar- :
project on Orange Avenue.
Set For Recital cadia will preside.Mrs. .
I The city's action in refusing the president ae 3 IS
permits will force Daytona Beach fiattie I. James, Daughter x a. CLUB MEETS
Ruler of Pride of Maceo Temple
Housing into- court I
action to proceed with the project The ninety-voice Stanto-Musi- 186, Jacksonville, is state financial : : ; The Hallie J. Brown Federated
Cho group of' 'Stanton High secretary. ___ Club held its social meeting at
Among the officers from Jacksonville the home of Mrs. Eartha Collins,
School under the direction of Mrs.
The Commission voted 1
3 to
1425% Lemon St.
will be Mrs. ThomaseniaW.
Annette Epsy will be presentedin
for y.
the refusal, with Commissioner -
Joseph Ellison casting the dis- a recitaX at New Bethel AME Dorrell, trustee board chair- : WEt 1M.rYr, The meeting was called to order
Church, Sunday, April .21,'at 7 :man, who will be honored with by the president, Mrs. Georgia
c senting vote. J. Hart Long
Mayor p. m. I dedication ceremonies of the Gold _"'",,","m..',..' _; _',,, ..._....__ ",......,._ _. .. 1 ".. Crowell. Following the openingand
was absent from the meeting. In
Collar of her office. of business the
a meeting held early last month The group will feature songs REHEARSING FOR DRAMATIC PLAY Members of the Gems and Jewels. an affiliate of the conducting ,
Mrs. Bernice P. Pugh, record- social hour held.A .
he joined Ellison to cast dissent- centered around Easter and Ne- Young Adult Department of the A. L. Lewis Branch YWCA are seen rehearsing for a dramatic playto was
ing votes when the Commissioners gro Spirituals, with Arnet Scott ing secretary and public relations be presented soon for the benefit of the Y.' program, arranged by the
director for the state, will also
decided that they did not want Charles Williams and Johnny Charles L. Lee. (extreme left) is director of the play which will feature the following players: program committee, was presented. -

{ the project on Orange Avenue. Thomas as featured soloist. attend. Mrs. Margaret' C. Day. William.Huggins. Miss Hortense Jones. Clarence Bostic and Mrs. Delphenia M. Following the program, the
Brinson. s_ hostess served refreshments.The .
The program is being sponsoredby .
P.. J. Williams to benefit the next meeting will be heldat
Slated building drive that has been Mickens Court No. 77, Heroinesof Choir 1 will present Choir 1 of the home of Mrs. Sarah L. Co-
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? launched by the church. New Sunday Jericho in, held the home a musical{ of Mr.tea and last Nurses Board Plan Baby Event the First Born Temple in a musi- field, 1407 Lemon St.
Bethel Church under the pastor.
cal program April 23.
Mrs. C. A. Tillis, 1172 W. Ninth
N To Benefit HomeA ate of the Rev. T. E. Wright is
i Street. The Nurses Board of Abyssinia The Sisters of the South will be The Nurses Board will observeits The church anniversary to-
moving forward,toward comple- Baptist Church will-sponsor a presented in a recital immediately fourth anniversary May 13. A gether with the pastor's anniver-
tion and the efforts put forth by
program will be presented at the members are for that pur- INITIATION HELD baby contest April 14 in the audi- following the regular evening program will be presented for the sary will begin April 15 and continue -
i the Myrtle Avenue baseball park Pride of Maceo Temple 186, torium of the church. The Heav- service April 14 in interest of occasion. throughout the week with

Sunday April 21, at 9 p. m. for pose. IBPOEW, held initiation cere- enly Fire Gospel Singers will Choir 2. Miss Maple Hall is sponsor Choir 2 will observe its home- various ministers in charge of the
the benefit of the Mt.Ararat Con- I The members of the church monies for new members Thursday have charge of the song service. coming program May 19 at 3 p. m. service each night
and friends are asked to mark the
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calendar now in order to remem ..
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Various have been
groups contacted -
ber the date.favorably. .
to appear on the program The officers' talent rally terminated -

and those who have consented to at the meeting .also. NEED u1SIZE..YET1
I be present are the Blair Gospel An open invitation has
1, Singers, Prof. Goodson and also been issued to the public by P. MENDEZ
Madam Goodson of Chicago, the the sponsor.; Members of the A. J. Collins

male and female i groups of Mt. There will also be a parade and Lodge of Free and Accepted
P Ararat the Celestial and McCall those with cars will report to Mt. Masons gathered at Shiloh Metro-
Singers. Ararat Baptist Church at 21st and politan Baptist Church Wednes- 'THE LARGE

Many of the city and county Davis Streets ,at 3 p. m. for deco- day to pay,final respects to Pedro
I officials have been invited to be ration. The parade route will be Mendez of 725 W. Monroe Street I
present and some have answered released later. who died last Friday morning in!
Brewster Hospital. :

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"If there is any person whom you dislike, that is the one .of

whom you should never speak."

This week,our movie invitation goes to a young lady who lira

on North Seventeenth Street and is employed at a place with &ree *'vh'

other persons who have the same name as she. She is a member of

Bethlehem Baptist Church, the Rev.'T. A. Austin pastor. I am STB

she knows this is meant for her and will ask me for the passes so

she can take her husband to the movies.

Funeral services were held last Mrs. R. K. Ragsdale, head of +AJA S .. .
Thursday for Mrs. Fannie Brown- the Math department at Central :
ing Diggs, formerly of this city, Academy High School, is general HELD WEEKLY AT RECREATION CENTER The Pepsi 'Teen-Time" Show, assistant to ,the producer, Herbert Williams a staunch supporter of the show and
whose untimely death occurred chairman of the school's Evalua- which had its inception at the Strand Theatre and which was held at that location the "Florainbows." a local quartet.

last Sunday in her home in Hartford tion Committee. Mrs. Ragsdale, far the past two years. has moved to the Wilder Recreation Center, Third and ML Ken Knight originator and producer of the show bowed to public demand to
Herman Streets. Some of the participants who helped to make the "Teen-Time" show provide dancing the show held from
Connecticut. She was a citizen known throughout the State for during 3 to 4 p. m. each Saturday and selected -
of Palatka until a few years her educational achievements, has the outstanding feature that it is are shown in this article. the recreation center for its spacious auditorium.
Left to right: John Hlghiower former emcee of the show lovely Terry Collier
ago, when she moved to Connect- been successful in steering the -FLORIDA STAR PHOTOS.

icut with her daughter.The faculty of Central Academy High

deceased was the wife of School. the point wher evalua- St. teacher at Peck High, served as Evangelist R. L. Lambert.
AugustineCHOIRS HastingsYOUTH "Lucky Sixteen" Set
the Rev. Mr. Franklin Diggs at tion is almost a reality.H. chairman ,of the observance. Co- Other groups on the program

one time pastor of Mt. Vernon chairmen were Mrs. D. Coakley, ASSOCIATIONA will be the Happyland Singers, Entertainment April 11

1 Presbyterian Church, and prior to GUILD Earl Simpson, Mrs. I. Colson andMrs. youth program has been plan- the Sons of the South, The Chris-

that time, the wife of the late H. Wright was re-elected The.St. Augustine.Choirs Guild L. Matthews. ned by the Youth Association of tian Gospel Singers, the Garrison.. 'The Lucky Sixteen" .Sewing

Arthur Browning.Mr. president of the Putnam County met In regular business session at Florida for April" 6 at 8:15: p. m. Soul Stirrers and the Church of Circle is sponsoring an entertain- .

Negro Teachers' Association In its St. Mary's Baptist Church. at the Church God in Christ. God in Christ Youth Choir of ment Thursday evening, April 11,

W. M. Jones visited relatives regular meeting Sunday at Cres The president, McKinley War- PATRONIZE Appearing on the program will Palatka. in the home of Mrs. Bertha: Jones,

in Gainesville last week- cent City/The president in his ren, was reelected unanimquslyfor be the Logan Family of St. Evangelist R. L. Lambert and 1271 W. 25th' Street.

end. annual message to the Association the 1957-58 guild season. Advertisers Mary's Georgia, the Sykes Gos- Elder R. Dawsey, the assistant Mrs. Fannie Robinson, presi-

stated that "these are trying The guild will hold business pel Singers of Kingsland, Georgia pastor are looking forward for an dent, announced that a shirt will

Mrs. Gracie Crosby of Ocala, years and trying days. The day meetings the second Monday in Florida Star who will be the special guests of appreciative audience. be given away as a door prize.3PIECE .

her two grand- each month beginning May 13,
accompanied by has come when we must come out --------

sons, returned to her home ,aftera of our hiding places and stand up throughout the summer. The May

brief visit in Palatka with her and be counted." meeting will be held at Dawson .

sister, Mrs. Annie Purcell and her Chapel CME Church.

brother, Doc Taylor. St Mary's and Tabernacle Bap- GLIDER SET'
tist Churches were hosts to the
Stanton Class Of 37
Friends of Mrs. Edith Hill will meeting. ,

be glad to know that she is recovering -
To Meet'Tuesday Night
rapidly from her recent
accident. Fernandina Beach-
\ Jean C. Downing, president of
Dr. William H. Higgins has returned the "Class of 1937" of old Stanton PECK HIGH SCHOOL

from Chicago where he attended High School, has caue members Peck High School observed ( w'-, -

a meeting of the Methodist to meet Tuesday evening, April 9, "Career.'Day" recently with the $1.00 DOWN

Churches. at 8 o'clock;, at he' school on W.: theme "Plan and Prepare, Opportunities

Ashley Street. ,Await You."
Friends of.Mrs. E.Williams will 3 PASSENGER GLIDER
The consultants were: James .
be happy to know that she is up
Bryan principal Bryant Academy
and after being ill for
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Wilson, Joe James, Mrs. Annie B.
is the secretary of Central SCHEDULE WhiteYellow or CHAIR
Snead, John Bolden, T. Frazier,
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I MiaMi Marliis To Opei Sam -
ITo! Pitch 01w.' $ "- -- -I .
lift Salchel Paige PtlC ; .. p e

MIAMI The veteran Leroy "Satchel" Paige of the Miami Join the Easter Parade -

I Marlins appears to be the choice of Manager Don Osborne to pilch

the opening game of the 1957 season .against Toronto Anril 17.
Osbom told 'Paige in "a recent -
conversation that "until wq get
some pitching help from the Phil- Lofk Sees Fizarn

adelphia Phillies, we may haveto -

use you a lot in the early part' Asi k1eOfTur
of the season, both in relief andas 1
a starter." BressUpInYoOE

Paige, when told by the man- .Juan Fizarro pitching ace of NORTHCOOIr
ager that he probably would be the Jacksonville Braves in 1956, i
I the opening day pitcher against, has,been tabbed the National Lea-

Toronto, asked when the season I gue's rookie of the year, long before TAILORED BY SAGNER : I
would open, and given the an- the 1957 season gets under

swer, said he would be ready if way. the, world's- most experienced maker of suits of man-made fibers :;

he didn't have any miseries between The prediction was made by : : ., .
now and the opening date. Look Magazine. In his "1957 -" ..

'Catcher Clyde McCollough did Baseball Preview," the veteran ',-,,; 'i:>) "'7 .: 'f' ': : '., .' 'r i
not sports prophet Tom Meany stated : .
appear impressed when \ -
told of the possible opening day "If the young fireb 'ner from .. "
choice, but Osborn said to Mc- Puerto Rico gets a chance to start
+ cullough: "Look at his record-11 for the Braves, he will stick." $ The Men's 0
wins, four losses and the best Pizarro, who had a 23-6 record Young Shop
and 318 strikeouts last
earned run average in the entire season
x "may be sent down for further
league (1.86) But that doesn't tell .
about the 15 games he saved for seasoning because he is only 19 .RMANAGER'S .
Jacksonville's Great Store for Men
I us, all of them on his own." and Milwaukee has no crying
need of pitchers," Meany adds. I I
Manager'Osborn continued _
Meany stated further that out CHOICE The Combine Offer This Great Idea
boost the stock of Paige by say- fabulous Leroy (Satchel) Paige to :
of the of rookies
ing further: "If I had to choose a crop prospective the grand old man of baseball* -
pitcher to get one particular bat- seeking places on major league appears Jo have the inside trackas I
1957 the Yankees Dod-
teams in ,
ter out in any possible situationno the opening day pitcher for I
matter if it was Mantle or any- gersand- Braves appear to have the Miami Marlins against the tam

body else-I'd pick Satch. I don't the edge. Toronto Maple Leafs. The season .
know how he would do it But opens April 17.
lie'd find the'way-even if it was It is the belief of Manager Don gat. : -
Holly Sips
out-staring the hitter. The age- Osborn that the one man on the
less one is every pound, every pitching staff that can do the
year a clutch pitcher." To rigid Beeckam Job is "Old Satch" himself: Satch

With facts and figures, the says barring any miseries he will
manager was able to give reasons be ready.
why he could go along with Paigeas MIAMI BEACH Holly Mims, ,
his opening day pitcher. Last middleweight from Washington, bm.
season Satch was the biggest D. C., has signed to meet Miami's SPORTING IT UP $

Jimmy in
Beecham a nationally
drawing card on the Marlin team. '
televised rematch that will tie I II
Whenever it
was turn to pitchthe
fought in the Miami Beach Audi- By C. Parham Johnson
park was crowded.
Leading baseball experts have torium Friday night, April 19. MINNIE MINOSO of the Chicago -I .
The 28-year-old Mims has had White Sox is listed as trade
I named Satchel Paige among the I ,
62 fights, winning 42, losing 15 bait by the While Sox. It is ru-
leading pitchers in the history of ,
and drawing five. A former title mored that the Sox would like to ,
baseball. To be named the open-
ing day pitcher is a distinctionthat contender,. Holly impressed the get Roy Sierers. and catcher Clint I -. 1'- -
fans around 'Miami and Miami Courtney from'the Washington I ..
pitcher dreams'of.TOOTHACHE. ,
a at every Beach when he decisioned the Senators. Should Minoso vleave I yf:
t promising young Beecham.A the Cubs the only two tan,players -
busy fighter, Mims has 'defeated remaining ,would be Larry, :

George Johnson, Bobby Doby and EutB& ay. .jjH
Jones, Moses Ward, Willie Troy, SPIDER WEBB won his 19th
Hi2O Milo Savage, Lester Felton and straight' fight recently when he
SECONDS Walker. defeated Willie Greaves in the
f _
Beecham who undefeatedat Chicago Stadium. The-Spider said
M till ftlSt II tl'ttl f> ':' was
the Beach in five fights before after the fight, "I have fought all
ORAJELWatch meeting Mims, defeated Sugar the tough ones in the top ten so
1 Boy Nando in South America re I feel I should get a crack at the, 100 % WASHABLE

1i cently. Jimmy has had 20 fights, title." ," .,
i winning 17 and losing only three. EDDIE MACHEN, practicallyan
He has beaten Chico Varona, unknown three years ago, has
Johnson and punched his way to the No. 2 spot
This Clown Hector Constance,
among heavyweights. He appearsto -E
k 89-13-;.74 ..... heavyweight be the logical champion man to Floyd meet

10-76-4 Patterson for a shot at the title.

'Deafer for TIGER JONES, in trying ,to r \
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OLD 97 PRODUCTS fight.his way backup the middleWeight '" -'" ?'_ .

2'4 3 7 Buy at Wholesale Price. ; ladder, scored a 10-rounc '. :'. ..' _',,. ,, .... : a complete wardrobe of coat, matching lax,
CALL EV 9-3119 4 '' .
Toronto's Arthur :
victory over .:1: ,
3 6 from 1 to 5 p.m. ding ,at Maple Leaf Gardens in -" / IBS5B&&*
Toronto recently. '::. T:5: ::fp8fg$ and contrasting sax. for 37.95

40-3-22 THE ,BROOKLYN DODGERS .,r'- __ r .
'T ._ .,
LEARN: TO DRIVE front office Juts said they might ,.. ., ( 1 '<
97-204-8 (I. ; ;_ .
com1deraccepting' a million .
Tlw ,Qokksst T.. .. Ltora. Tie CiiltotWey dollars .for Big Don Newcombe.but '- :t. '.: ". ,: '.'Three important things to remember about this complete package:

S.nudn.s ..'. up they would not consider any /

Sometimes He add, subtract..'. dew ,AJAX'DRIVING little old oiler'' of seven players. : : ;. F ;%,{.' ., .. The.washable fabric Linenweave, Northcoors 100% viscose suiting- I

SCHOOL Newk was the Dodger's leading { ., *" ; and tailored for comfort.
Howorks It .II baud '"' ',' lightweight, press-holding. summer
pitcher 1956. --
CALL EL 4-0639) :J'.- '
FOR APRIL 13th .AL SMITH of the Cleveland ,:.> '-, ., -\ t":;.' ,.The contrasting slax are color-mated to go with the suit color. Furthermore -
George 'Perpene Indians, a versatile performerwho A ; ":. the slax if regular short long extra long stout
fit or ,
,62-18-44 has played the infield and ,, \ you wear a ,
1134 W. 5th Street
outfield, is key ,man in Manager ,,!ran.::. '.::: : or short stout, the slax are cut to fit you. (Most slax you buy separately \

I .Kerby Farrell's plans. Smith is' ..... : :J........r. ;. .. ., ":: ,* are regular and altered to TRY to fit you.)
being considered for the centerfield = ""J.-t'-i-' '<,,_.-:'. :''\ 4j-t.'f:, : ,
,The Beautiful 'OFC Room spot. He,can hit, run, throw *?: ;,, '::"',..' ,' '-,\.> ,. Northcoorsxexclusive Phantom trim construction is employed-with

.f- and 'field.valuable'player,He is by all odds the _!, /. .- : j3i.: : French faced jacket, lined sleeves, no-sag shoulders.
most with the '
r I THE VARLEMPROVIDES CLUB: exception .;.,,',. ".. ",," -
of Herb Score on the :' ; ,: ,
MUSIC FOX DANCING) AND -LKTIHIHG Cleveland team. Colors Favorite and dark shades smart
2703 KINGS AVENUE PHONE, FL 9-1458 ; :;r. "HOR"' C'DO' : light :

LARRY with RAINES the Cleveland, young Indians Negrorookie .-.; '" : :-1 B' JJ new pastels. and popular charcoal toizes.x .

who); is trying.to win a position, is ,. -.-:: ,; ; .. TAILORED,BY.SAQNER' '>- ,, -,-'';. '' ,
KEROSENE For Prompt very likely to succeed accordingto .Uf.-ii7' t ... .. .., ., '. Manager Kerby FarrelL The ': z
Delivery Call brilliant showing of Raines has : ', ; t d"i '

convinced the Cleveland pilot ,
VICTORY FUELSERVICE that he has what it takes to be- : _

come, a big league star. .

ELLIOTT COLEMAN, the recruit _
the Baltimore Orioles picked / Bring This ,Coupon to the StoreI '
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EL 3cum l. from the Birmingham Black .:./ :. :, 1 <- } : S
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liUMIU AND AVL WEEK APRIL 7 13 HANK AARON,the 1956 batting : '
a, I ; : '
"INCREDIBLE SIW.NKING'MAN"NEW.. I champion of the National ,:;, < : 0 :
REGUt.AR League, has served notice that he :
"ODONGO" Thriller! ,
Plus- Technicolor! '-
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might also be a home run threatin : S- !
1957. In the first week. of exhibition # ,
3InJEW /
ROOSEVELT competition, the 23yearold -

7-9 SUNDAY ,APRIL 7th "Milwaukee outfielder hit five .
Sun. Tues. -
t Both lit Ran! And On Screen CHICAGO camp Wen's t :
was ceived all'that smiles the when sore'word shoulder was re-is .ounq ; Shop

Wed. Than. April 10.11 Sun .T. 'April 7.' nothing to be alarmed over. The
,. Abortion Rockets Exposed in 'ICNIC.4-
"DESPERATE WOMEN"1st 'OJATHfRSAWr hard-hitting shortstop Ernie .
I Jax Showing' Banks is'expected to see action I
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Jax Appliance Center .; John_ ,. Lucas Paint Company, Inc. .
Young Men's Shop Ajils. Il lilt -' .1
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Young Men's Shop at 340 .
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Jacksonrille's Main corner. of leading DuraL clothing one of .Sunday. 1489 East 23rd St. .IS." \_--*-- .The Jacksonville Business League :; y r Walker Vocational and Business College' .

this week thatit I ,.',. _
stores announced : -- : is ready to, extend 1000 charge. IIIJWIIIIII .-I'I: ":; :. T. B. Ingram Plumbing & Heating Company ::... ; ;t ..'-.1:: Goodell Planning Mill .
: accounts: to Jaxons who appredate r "
the bed quality merchandise i ness exp. Write W. Williams. ML Ararat Baptist Church West Friendship Baptist Church
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General Delirery Jacksonrille.
The long established clo1bi.ngcantu .
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