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Title: The Florida star
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Place of Publication: Titusville Fla
Creation Date: February 9, 1963
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Atty. Jackson IH House Race: Mayor High i Urges Action


Earl Joknson; May Also Qualify To Curb Organized RacketsMIAMI JAX STORES BOYCOTPLANNED


Ernest D. Jackson, Jacksonville Negro
with
Mayor Robert
King High assuming -
attorney tossed his hat into the political -

ring last Wednesday when he command Miami's law enforcement
Qualified


atives for the post newly: group created 5.- House* *of Represent* tigation agencies in into are the planning whether'bolita'local an immediate and police"numbers"are:inves-involved BY NAA<


At press time Thursday
who supported white rackets here. .
another attorney. Earl
_
candidates over Johnson. STRONG ATTACKAt
-
Urban League .
Johnson Indicated that
a recent meeting of Prisoner Job Demand ,
ne was contemplating the City Opportunities Simpson !

Commission. Day Observance _______
entering of the
one Found
Mayor High in urging Dead H'

House races, either in Immediate action said Planned Sunday Ignored; March 1, Deadline SetA Slated During

Group 6 or Group 7. "it (gambling) can't At Prison FarmGuards
A spokesman for the Jacksonville NAACP Installation Fete
Jackson, a valiant operate without the assistance In Local ChurchesIn at city prison
Youth Council made it known this week
three-time loser ran of the farm reported
findingthe Jax
very Upsilon Lambda
order to enhance its that the group will spur a Selective Buy-
people who are charged current membership drive lifeless body of March Chapter of Alpha Phi
ing Program (or boycotts) starting
.. with enforcing the law." the churches of Jacksonville Charles Henry Washington Alpha Fraternity has selected -
I, unless downtown stores start meeting
4. L The mayor also inti- 49, of 1735 McQuade St., Eric 0. Simpson
will
observanceUrban its demands for equal job opportunitiesand
6 lk mated he has at about
as done 5:30 a.m. STAR publisher-editor as
League
Day during | desegregation of facilities.

several times in the Sunday's services. Rev. Wednesday. Rutledge Pearson its Alpha 1963 Press A-

past--that he is "con J.S. Johnson chairmanand Investigators said an ward recipient. Dr. H.
president of the NAACP
vinced" Miami policeare 'autopsy showed that action for the opening James Green president.
Pev.
R.H. Wilson said representatives of
involved in the rac- Washington died from up of civil service ,
Earl M. Johnson co chairman announced the downtown merchants
ti YN kl kets. 'natural causes.no evi- jobs, both city and I
Eric 0. Simpson. Thursday.
have been notified of
The mayor during the 'dence of foul play being county. I
FLORIDA An appeal has been
STAR publisherand for- the "deadline for ac-
meeting also asked City indicated. It was understood that
a two time loser warded to every minister tion." I
Manager Melvin Reese to According to Det. Sgts. Southern Bell Telephone
once for Civil Service and congregation in the Pearsd expressed dis-
plan a campaign to L.A. Hamwey and K. 0. St. Regis Paper Co. and
Board and once for city urging them to set satisfaction with the
eliminate bolita certain milk
opera- Helsaback Washingtonhad companiesand
State Democratic Com- aside a special Urban results of meetings between -
s tions and set a Feb. been sentenced tues- bakeries will be
4 mitteeman--said he was League offering and to | ,
18th deadline for a report day to the prison farm Negro leaders and targets for employment
I undecided despite mail it to the organization's -
to be turned in. on a charge of vagrancy. downtown businessmen opportunities and fair

urging from many quart- Reese replied that 708 Fast Union charging that the two treatment.The .

ers. Simpson said he since the police forceis Street office. groups meet only when campaign for

Frnest D. Jackson would run only If he currently undergoing Meanwhile another urgent Father's Car demonstrations are rights will Include a

once for the City were pledged the sup- reorganization it will appeal is being pending and serve the demand for desegregation f

Council and two times port of the majority of take some time for the made' to all officers and purpose of slowing up of local hotels

for Justice of the Negro groups and could new campaign to be setup committee members of Kills DaughterUnoticed the plan for progress.Initiation .
and restau-
theatres
winning be"assured'of sane, sup- ;'-",..,.'- CTION' ,PROMISED this yearnsdrive,: to ,attend q- -- --- -- -"._, .- 'of., the. ,. ERIC 0. SIMPSON
t. Peace, once the :' : rants. -
only to have the victory port from white citi- New Public Safety Director Fright night ol: ; "Selective Buying Pro Attention will be and Dr. H.H. Satterwhitechairman
each week's /
)k taken from him when the zens. Donald Pomerleau report meetings Unoticed by her father gram which will urge focussed i>n the Duval of the Honors

Commenting on the that he not fran 7 until 8 .p.m. while playing In the and Awards Committee
g courts declared the .stated was Negroes to stay out Medical Center, wherea announced -
at Rev. Johnson's
,setting up of the districts situation Simpson presently aware of police office yard last Saturday o'f downtown stores has strict policy of this week.

was done un- said: '"Let s face it. involvement.. "but 913 w. Fifth St. St. little 18-month old Hor- been set for March 1 to segregation is main- The presentation will

constitutionally. in order for a Negro to if I find any they're Stephen AMR Church. tense Jones was pronounced coincide with the expected tained. It was pointed be made during the chap

Duvalhe for Death dead at 12:50 ter's Installation ban-
Johnson who began get elected In not long this Penalty Easter business.It that DMC has received

must have some good world. p.m. after her father was made known that quet Thursday Feb. 14
Jacksonville
the
practice in drove her to Duval Medical federal funds under
Be ReducedATLANTA .
white support. We've Although not answeringthe May the organization is at 9 p.m.Fimpson
nearly five years ago. Center from their Hills-Burton act and is
entered local politics got to live together mayor's accusation -- There's a working on plans for an therefore subject to who foundedthe
home near Callahan in
last year when he ran so we'd Just as well Police Chief Walter chance that a law being Nassau all-out rights campaign federal nonsegregation STAR here nearly 13

for the board of ,County start trying to work Headley said the police set in motion by the County.Investigating which will Include policies. years ago has remained
patrolmen In the fore
constantly
Commissioners. Many together to build a Department has donepretty" Georgia House will be various areas. In addition Members of the Youth
said that the father
front
well in handling among leadership
better Jacksonville." enacted in time to the
attributed his defeatto save to seeking Council said that
Wilfred Carlton Jones seeking betterment of
** * bolita operations. the life of a 17yearold hiring os sales per- rest
the politicians roars
Negro who lives at Rt. 7, Box segregated living employment.

BALANCED PROGRAMCommissioner Negro youth who has 172 got into his car and sonnel in downtown in City Hall will also educational and economic
Texas Racial
\ Drops larntrs Alice been sentenced to death stores the group is reported -
started to drive off at be taken up in its conditions for Florida's
Wainwright in favor of for the alleged shootingof to be planning
North Florida Remains Defiant 11 a.m. campaign. minority groups.Alltopsy .
law enforcement said a white farmer.

"I want to see every Reps. John C. Bell of The report further dis- Books Close Negro TaughtAt Silted
WASHINGTON If schools in impact areas closed that an older
Richmond and James Mac-
to
reasonable
continue practice of racial segregation a- means child told the father Monday Hurryl
For Woman
clean this up but certainly kay of Dekalb. recently
gainst children of military personnel and that be had run over

I government workers the government may decide don't want to see introduced legislationwhich the infant. Florida And RegisterIf Clemson Found In DitchIt
would automatically -
it done at the expenseof
to build nonsegregated schools on the Highway Patrolmen L.T.
apprehension reduce death penal- you do not register was officially announced -
police Harvard GraduateNEW
bases -James M. Quigley Asst. Secretary of Halley and G.R. Johns
and conviction of these ties to life inprison- at the Courthouse by Thursday thatan
Welfare stated Wednesday.Quigley' investigated the acci- YORK---The peaceful
other offenders. It ment for persons under Monday 5 p.m.. you will autopsy to determine
s statement dent after the child was enrollment of Harvey
Ivriiid should be a balanced 21 years of age or less not be able to vote in the death of a woman
continues implementationof Ntro taken to the hospital. Gantt as a student at
program. at the time that the the City elections. The found dead in a drainage
a policy announced in Clemson College in South
crime was committed. books will close after ditch would be held
March of last year by Carolina was hailed
Churches In Go. Monday Feb. 11 and will sometime Friday the
former Secretary of Welfare Outstanding Service Commendation here by NAACP Executive
not be open again until STAR learned.The .
Abraham Ribicoffwho Secretary Roy Wilkins

stated that segre- To It Rebuilt June. as "a significant victim Mrs. Mattie
It means that if yOU Williams. 53. of S317
would be- ---
gated schools turning point in the
1)) ..
1v
come unsuitable for IL i are not registered by integration Spring Grove Road was
current
Ga.---A fund 1 +. cannot vote in nearby
those children following DAWSON. f St1 -'i. r Monday you struggle. found lying a

September 1963. drive which ranged from in the Special elec- ditch with the head
'
"South Carolina a
Although the Justice Georgia to New York and tions to elect additional submerged in about
proud state has not
Department has filed other secti CDS of the representatives seven Inches of waterat
I chosen to demonstrateits
suits against school nation has reached a given to Duval 9 a.m. Wednesday.The .
pride through violence -
segregation in Harrison present total of $74.000 under the reapportionment ." Mr. Wilkins body was discoveredby

County Miss.. Madison and has resulted in the plan. Nor will unregistered a neighbor.
"and for
declared
and Mobile counties in plan to rebuild three persons be Detective J. L. Saber
this the entire nationis
Alabama. Prince George Negro churches burned able to vote for the said Mrs. Williams was
Indebted to South
County Va. and Bossier last fall when racial entire slate of city last seen in front ef
Carolina leaders the
Parish In La., the De- troubles swept, this area officials--18 alto- her home by another
Governor and legislators
partment of Health, Although the three gether--froB the neighbor at 3:30: p...
the Clemson administration -
Education and Welfare churches were estimated Mayor down to the City Tuesday. He added that
and students.
which administers the to have had a combined Tax Assessor. HURRY I there seemed to be BO
However he pointed
impact funds is seeking value of from $12.000 to evidence of foul play.
Z out. Mr. Gantt is by no
to bring about a solu- $15.000. the new struc- Meredith'sRetNra
leans the first Negro
tion .through meetings tures will cost between Negroes TID.1ItTo i
to attend classes with
wth the respective area and $50.000each.
$40.000
r '
bite students in South
Hailed
officials.In .
Carolina public edu- Republicans
Texas some 12 to 15 Jackie Robinson. Dr. ,
cation system. His ad-
school, districts have Martin Luther King Jr..
L
NEW TORS--The National issiontto Cleason. the
t i agreed to go along with The Atlanta Constitution Mitchell Says
Association for the Advancement NAACP secretary said
desegregation Liston Burns retired from
I the governaent's the ,Georgia COun- RETIRE3FNT CEREMONY Postman ser-

plans a cil of Churches. Albany vice on his 67th birthday--Jan. 31--during a special ceremony of Colored 1 represents a resumptionof

number of them having citizens and the United after completing 40-years and 6-months service. Mr. Burrs is People is "gratified"by a process interrupted WASHINGTON Clarence

to Bake changes during Council of Churches a- shown receiving a certificate of commendation from Postmaster Jaaes H. Meredith a( some 80 years ago with Mitchell head of the

the present seaester aong others took part in J.E. Workman (left) while F.R. McKinney .superintendent of State decision to return to' the collapse of Recon- NAACP' Was lact.a

break. the fund-raising drive. p. and Neil Crawford assistant supervisor of deliveries and the University of struction.He Bureau said Negro leaders -

However it was announced to Dr. King collections look on. Mr. Burns will also be given a gold watch Mississippi Roy Wilkins taught philosophy at were turn IB* to the

that ,North According the from fellow employees. He received his retirement from the station executive secretary he South Carolina institution Republican Party for
lor
| call
Florida is one of the' plans where he began working in 1929. It is estimated that he said here this 1 until 1877. passage of aeaolBgioi
raising of froa $70.000
areas where the problem to has walked 209 709 miles on his route. '. week following IIr.lIeredith' While teaching there. civil Tights legislation
to $100.000 aore
the current
during ses
still remains in exis equip the new buildings. (Florida STAR Photo) a announcement he attended the university sion.

.
tence. in Jackson, His* law school.


Churches: Are 011 s. r y i ursii I Leife Day S I I day ; Y. I r MeMbership i Is A t MIs t 1 1If


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PAGE 2 --- .- FLORIDA STAR"i SATURDAY FEBRUARY 9, 1963 {:.

THE FLORIDA STAR ,i ryyYl ., C-. .. tit: I.:1 Yf1i :.,.; *** * *** *

I 4. 1' : :: rtr\\ ,- > ,

NEWS I .. tiiiff : ? \ POLITICS AS USUAL:


published by the Florida Star publishing co. '

-Me ber of Associated Negro press" :: : BY ERIC 0. SIMPSON
-\ DI5CRI T10 .
.. II. ... ****-A

ERIC 0. SIMPSON...............Maagiu Editor .. t
;
: .,. 'i, A special demonstration project, the !
-
ALYSON E. WISE..News Editor .1 ,Y. .)., ..,, ': .... first on-the-job training program to be
-.. ..-. approved under the Manpower Development
HILDA WOOTEN....................Circtlatiai Manager ;' : S .,. .-,-' .. and Training Act to train 40 New York t ti
"
; City high school dropouts will be under- .

MAIN OFFICE & PLANT 0 .'".. '- .. ,.. taken by two private New York vocational .
:
.' : :;: organizations according to Secretary of
\ ';+p.-.
2323 Moacrief Road.....Phone Elfin 4-6782- _, vim, Labor W. Willard Wirtz.
i:: .. "This is the first step, Secretary

-EL 4.6183 r, Wirtz said "in the development of a

Departmental program to aid

MAILING ADDRESS: school dropouts, especiallythose 't'

f. 0. Box 561, Jacksonville 1, Florida s ti who reside in our major I

__w__ cities."Mqst of the trainees -.
t;. SUBSCRIPTION RATES are members of minority -

groups. They will be drawn ,
One Year $6.00 Half Year $4.00 .
: from various areas of the
:Mail 3d to you Anywhere in the united States

Subscription payable in Advance 11 ,4. If27iv 1 -::; .- city. '
Vocational Advisory Service,
,_. Send Check! or lioney order to: i 4 p r F -
;;- FLORIDA STAR P. 0. BOX '561 + .: tY S I t 1. has been providing youth ,.

:.' Jacksonville. 1, Florida r t counseling service in New SIMPSON !.
'")". 1- York for over 40 years. The Altro Work
ft _
.L Shops have been training workers in the
Dr. Gore ;
Extols
Mission t \ .,. garment industry for half a century. its I.
Nation's products are sold to various New York
Qf Negro Press City institutions. Both are non-profit

Bother social force can carry the mes- organizat ions.

sage to our people as effectively as the Under the terms of the agreement. Voca-

': Negro sident press of Florida, "Dr. George :V/. Gore Jr. pre- THE SOLID FRONT OF THE RACE BIGOTS HAS BEEN BROKENYour tional Advisory Service will select the
/IM
University, declared trainees and provide intensive counseling
last week.Speaking during the course of their training. Al-

at the public meeting of the annual M M k b. h_P tro Work Shops wiol provide on-the-job
l .Mid-Winter!! \V/orkshoo/ of the national training for the 16-to-18-year-old youths

newspaper Publishers Association, the for skilled work in the garment in-

eminent educator addressed his audience of Weekly dustry. The trainees will be paid by
eminent
publishers and editors and citi- : Altro in accordance with their adapta-
, zens from the
The Journalist's community from the subject, bility, progress, and output on a piece- )
"
Opportunity. rate basis. Piece rates will equal those
During the course of his -
sage Dr. Gore traced the provocative mes- Horoscope Guide paid experienced workers employed on
history of the
similar work in the Altro establishment.
Negro press to the present. "Starting with
John Russwurm "Throughout the one-year duration of
with his Freedom's
in New York Journal the project," Secretary Wirtz said,
City in 1827
the PABLO
Negro By The
.. press ASTROLOGERWHICH
has taken for its number one task the "Department of Labor manpower experts
defense -
; of the rights of Negroes in the ARE YOUR LUCKY DAYS FOR will conduct a thorough study of the pro-

united States. Russwurm, who was the first gram. The knowledge and experience we
BUSINESS gain from this and similar projects may
Negro to receive a bachelor's degree in LOVE TRAVELARIES
provide us with a Key to future action
America as well: I as the father of the Negro -
the Department may take not only in the
press, began his crusade'to defend - - - - -
free :uegroes who tho free enjoyed second- area of school dropout, but in the entire

class citizenship even in the North. field of youth endplovme.

"In a most fearless manner and without CANCERBorn LIBRA previous

fear of reprisals the Negro press has relentlessly Born March 21st thru June 22nd thru. Born Sept. 23rd thru but i fit quarter has,

pursued the cause of full I de- April, I 19th July 22nd Oct. 23rd brought home a good THERE ALWAYS A WOMANThe

, mocracy. The fight of the Negro Take advantage of lesson
press it have
This should be the may
U through the past few years paved the way the welcome lull to You may be.taking a been worth sufferingthe
for the ir5J' decision of the Supreme Court re-establish some quietest quarter of new interest in the ordeal. distaff half of the sexes constitutesan
An
the but unexpected -
month it
and other series of victories on the free- semblance of orderin more altruistic or- ever growing economic force. Women do
does development
dom trail Dr. Gore declared. your finances or relaxation not justify of any ganizations that are should raise most, or nearly most, of the nation's

He termed "amazing" the extent of the in your romantic afr vigil- doing so much to optimism notches your buying and ;investing, and their influence.
ance on part. many -
socfal Influences of the Negro press on fairs. Take 'note of You could your still fall counteract the evil in connection exerted in one fashion or another, on this

the American scene. "Persons high in business or e ployent into hidden pitfallswhen forces that are run- 1 it> your i 1-ustnesp, country's industries and businesses is far -

governmental and political life have had opportunities, ning rampant every- professional reaching.That .
reckless ; a"
you grow -
to pay attention to the sentiment being if they are broughtto because of where in the world. pecuniary interests.Be applies to just about every phase

molded by our newspapers. Devotion to a your attention overconfidence or Should you have any quick to formulate and factor of our national life. It even

cause has been the motivating influenceof (9th). This is not pure wishfulness.The reason to believe your plans to applies to gasoline service stations:--asa

our educators and publishers. If you apt to prevail very firm guidance that your mission in exploit any situa- survey just published by the Ethyl Corporation
had not been in love with life is to help in
your work, long, urging you to that be tions that will advance shows.
may
,, truly you would have quit long ago, Dr. take prompt action vided by your pro-mateor this struggle, you your long- r Nearly one out of every three women in
Gore
said.In reach
when the way seems other supportersis may possibly range projects along one-car households buys all or most of the
Dr. Gore's opinion the interpretationof to be clear. Co not such a decision. for the
still your best' desired lines. gasoline car she drives, and near-
achievements i of the Negro to Negroes rely one bit on any security and you 5-60-77-19-42-567 2-40-33-26-71-243 ly half of the women buy their"'gasolTne

has been another fine contribution made illusions that pros- should not reject it once a week or oftener. A s an incidentalbit

4 by the Negro press. He pointed out that perty is to be had in a wood of rebel- of intelligence. 6? per cent of them
the Negro press has emphasized the positive in other SCORE lO
1 any way liousness. buy regular gasoline as against 39 per
side of Negro life and has stressedthe than through hard Born Oct. 2Uth thru AQUARIUS l cent buying premium.

dignity of the Negro as a person. effort.93022164R932. 820551586825LEO Nov. 22nd Born Jan. 20th th ru Women drivers are strongly loyal totheir

When\ the going i has gotten tough the Negro Feb. 18th local service stations and to the brand
It may come as a
has "-
press urged the valiant to
con- and of
grade gasoline that
they The
surprise to to use.
you
tinue the fight, Dr. Gore decUr d.
discover who Just at the moment survey asked what factors would be most
your
Another significant contribution made by TAURUS Born July 23rd thru
influential in
causing switch of
a sta
true friends reallyare when really find
the Negro press has been its continuous .Born. April I :COth: thru .ug. 22nd you tions. Lowering the quality of the servicewas
when it comes yourself at a dead
efforts to interpret the Negro to America May' roth
The one avenue of to p showdown. Any end, you may expect the outstanding teason. 'In the survey's -
the He
and to world. pointed out that the
Timely support for escape when tensionsare encounters of this providential inter- words: "Apparently it is far more
Negro has done much to combat the
press
you and your aims at their peak nature could be the vention that will difficult to convince a woman that one
stereotype Negro concepts with which i the
could suddenly or may be closer appli- prelude to a trip to throw a protective particular brand of gasoline is better
media have the
general saturated public. unexpectedly develop cation to your work- the altar for those Mantle over your than all others than it is to win her
"The stereotype of the Negro has been de-
(9th) No matter aday tasks and af who are qualified. shoulders (9th ) loyalty through careful attention to her
But the the
rogatory. Negro press has .put "
shoe on the other foot, Dr. Gore empha- what form it takes, fairs. There will be and if you have received your intuition or car while in the station.
sized. do not fall into the surprises in connec- any advice, members of the The Ethyl Corporation states that the SUF-

"As we face the problem of the sixties, I error of thinkingthat tion with buying, be sure you take it family could show vey was undertaken as a service to the

firmly believe that the Negro newspaperhas it cannot do selling and a sudden instead of standingpat you the way to the oil industry in order to provide marketers

another and even greater task to face. any good to you or accord with your on an erroneous security that seemedto with the latest information on the growing

That task is to help prepare the Negro to your cause. Clarify mate or other confi- ideal or objective. be slipping away potential of women in the gasoline market.

bridge the -cultural and educational gap your true purposesto dant. The solutionto 710991851719SAGITTARIUS from you. Go along This would seem to be a case where the
those who economic with ancient French maxim of "cherchez la fem-
caused by segregation and the underprivi- are apt joint them and give
leged status in American society. The impact to Misinterpret then: problems may come up your intentionsto me" applies. The service station operatorwho

of desegregation and integration is and consequently oppose out of a blue sky, achieve an illusory secures women customers, and is able

creating many problems."The them. A much and it should not be Born Nov. 23rd thru success. to satisfy them with his quality of ser-

journalist must work with the educa- better appreciationof arbitrarily dis- Dec. 21st 8-60-55-18-23-865 vice, is destined for success.

tor, the social worker, the church and what you are missed until it is

other agencies in assisting our youth to trying to do would given a full and Perhaps you have Political PromisesCome

bridge the gap and, with the least loss of bring you and your fair trial. learned a valuable PISCES
loved ones closer lesson durin" the Born Feb. IPth thru
time, to register in the winner's circle, 6-40-44-13-97-641 March roth now campaign time and the various
Cr. Gore stated.As together. previous quarter and candidates for political office are pro-
he closed his brilliant the 2-50-66-14-57-256 discovered the advisability -
message, ducing a varied assortment of pre-election
one-time printer's devil and journalism VI RGO of clear You may consider promises which--should they CORe to paeetould --

teacher declared: GEMIUI, I I Born Aug. 23rd thru and unemotional yourself as being make Jacksonville the showplace of

"Today the journalist's opportunity is Born May 21st thru Sept. 22nd thinking. One of the over the hump! of modern civilization.
without limit. He must still beneficent results biggest obstacle
still carry June 21st your According to these public-spirited soothsayers -
the fight to the enemy, he must interpretthe You You would deserve a would be a greater right from such timeworn problems as our inadequate -
facts to the Negro and explain to the should find respite from the Interest in your the very start. It sewerage system roads streets,
this
second
nation the Negro's real contribution, and quartera hectic conditions established voca- pay be Just perfectfor and sidewalks, outdoor privies substandard -
MUch more peacefulone tion or profession. a new understanding
finally, he must urge youth'and their parents than the that prevailed housing present crime wave school
to prepare to compete in all fieldsat first. during the previous Perhaps all you need between construction program, electrical power,
This would give youa is to get yourselfmore friends (9th), whichin
top levels. Increasingly the opportunities quarter. If you have and many others too numerous to mentlotf.
will be more widespread, the competition splendid oppor- any liking for the up to date in some instances, will vanish with a wave of the politicalwand

for admittance will be keen, but the tunity to review artsmusic or drama, the techniques that could lead to wed- once these men assume office follow-

rewards of those who can survive will be what has happened, it is an ideal day are required to make ding bells. There is ing next spring's elections. One wonders
and to
discover it more profitablethan somethicg unusual
limitless. for
treating your- after perusing glib promises of these pre-
Dr. Gore, according to available records, where things went self to them. You formerly. about this day. indicating sent day Aladdins whether we ever had it

was the first Negro in America to earn abachelor's wrong, and why. With should also allow 1-90-88-14-95-198 you should jo good in this community. i

degree In journalism, having the aid of a mind romance to take over not reject any opportunity But it must be remembered that many of .
that is
from University in 1923. unusuallykeen that is
DePauw
graduated if it makes an unexpected these same men are either running for reelection -
the as teacher of and swift at being presented,
During ensuing years a entry into CAPRICORNBorn
have
or served In other public
he individualswho arriving at conclu- even though it seems
Dec. 22nd thru
taught
journalism, many
your life. Re- service posts. We would advise that the
of the best known sions, you nay reshape 19th novel and unusual.
became some Jan.
later examine the talents
yourpplans and general public either take time out to observe -
personalities in the field--Including Carl methods to make them you have reason to You may have had a these candidates past records or to

Rowan, recently named U.S. Ambassador to more effective. believe you possess. pretty rough time reflect on that time-worn adage. "we fear
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reai MANY HAPPY RETURNS were tendered Mr. and Mrs. Willie Hicks by a large attendance of bride and Alphonso Eutsay (right) brother of the bride. In center photo from

dif relatives and close friends during a lavish reception given in the couple's honor left are: Miss Barbra Spea.rs, Mrs. Ethel Spears. Mrs. Oscar Hillman Raiford Spring-

H Monday night in spacious Club Eldorado by Mrs.Hicks' mother, Mrs. Pearl Eutsay. The field and Mrs. Kitty Bentley. Third photo from left: Mrs. Ada Johnson, Mrs. Bertha

oil couple were among the prominent jaxonw whose weddings ushered in the current socialn Brinson, cousin of the bride; Mrs. Elease Mosley. Mrs. Katie Graves, Mrs. McIntosh
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e season last December. Mrs. Hicks, the former Mrs. Vivienne L. V. Eutsay, is a member guest of Mrs. Graves; Mrs. Kitty Bentley and Mrs. Raymond Springfield. Bottom photo

Tt of several outstanding socio-civic organizations and is also wellknown memberof left
a ( )- from leftMr.and Mrs. Charles Timmons and Mr. and Mrs. John Childs. Presiding

.: of the nation's journalistic clique. Mr. Hicks is a veteran employe of the Atlantic at the punch bowl are Mrs. Mildred Scruggins and Mrs. Elizabeth Brown. Mrs. Edythe

I'1 Coastline Railroad. The couple were the recipients of numerous lovely gifts and a Taylor is receiving punch while Mrs. Ada Johnson looks on. Bottom photo right shows

J sumptuous buffet luncheon highlighted an enjoyable evening in top photo left, the Walter Johnson, Joe Ivery Johnny Taylor and Edward Johnson.

honorees are flanked by Mr. and Mrs. John H. and Mrs, Vaughn (left) son-in-law ofI

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V L ---: -- -7 -r- -.t' JWC YMCA Judge Winegeart Nat'l Council

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Ladies EntertainThe
\ Speak SundayThe Taps --
Charming Ladies Top

I Given ChallengeGeorge R.L. Brown Flemen- Bridge Club met last Youth LeaderWASHINGTON

tary School P. T. A. will Friday In the beautiful

j .. '- Creswell present its Annual Va- home of Mr. and Mrs.
D. C. --
\1\ i l t h general secretary of lentine Sweetheart Tea James Day of 2153 ,
Miss Roslyn V. Cheagle
LOUISE G. GUINYARD the Metropolitan YMCA Sunday Afternoon. Feb. Broadway St. Highlightsof of Lynch burg, Virginia

I announced last week thatan 10th in the school auditorium the meeting was the
XATeek" Is still, the most-looked-forward-to get has been named
For some time now I have Deen trying to the Youth
at 4
donor has p.m. An election of officers
social event, scheduled for February 10-ZOth. anonymous Organizer for the
names of members; of the St. Johns Boat Club who interesting has
the Johnson program under the direction of
presented
Activities during the week will include National Council of Ne-
worship
attended the lovely cocktail party at the Eldorado. been

ajtBethel Baptist, c4ya; hc I.." jstethoOct Nlgtet) -. ,-..- .. -, ...- Branch with an unusual arranged by the Mrs. Clevel Cromartie. gro Women. The appointm -

U t for all AKAs of. the 'city;, a bridge tournament: ; Mr. and Mrs. ?Ray Demery- Mr. and Mrs. John challenge. program headed committee by Mrs., Officers for 1963 are: ent was announced by
within six months spear president, Mrs. Hor-
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a Bowl-0-Rama ; "Family Fun Night;" youth Graham, Mr. and Mrs. Harry White and Mr. and Mrs. Kathlyn McKenize. Judge tense Miss Dorothy I. Height,
vice
and in the Brown
Day; and a Health, program on Television. Channel H. Starkes at the men women National President ,
L George were among participants Lamar Winegeart,Juvenile president Mrs. Clevel
: YMCA can raise 3000.00
7 on February 20th. following the Council's
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feoz this affair. Court official, will he Cromartie. recording
Chairmen of the various committees include for capital] improvementsthe annual meeting held recently -
the speaker and will be
\ secretary Mrs. MargaretDay
.w Mesdames Lorice Howard. Frances Johnson, Elizabeth .... .... ... .... .... .... donor will give an at the Statler-
introduced by ftozell corresponding sec-
Simmons. Annie R. equal sum in order to Hilton Hotel.
il Williams. Alma Daniels.
Varner, Director of the retary, Mrs. Dorothy
court
Mary Jones, and Sara Bellinger. construct a tennis Miss eagle, a former
Mrs. Norma White
[ Ten guest players participated in a recent meet- Boys Parental Home. Dunlap financial sec-
and baseball field at
field for the
's, and Mrs. Annie Williams are overall chairmen of ing of Les Elites Bridge Club held at the Lincoln Isadore Singleton pro- secretary
\; the observance. the YMCA's new location retary Mrs. Sophie NAACP, is a graduate of
Golf and Country Club. Mrs. Marie McClain
t was minent business man and
This Is not to be confused White, treasurer, Mrs. Bennett College where

t .........- .... ,..... .' ....... .,........ .. .... hostess.Mrs. with the present Civic worker of Duval Vernell R. Glover she majored In History.
.. '" -, ....,.. ... ,. i "" McClain's; guest: list Included the names o f membership enrollment County, will be presented business manager, Mrs. Elected to "Who's Who

Mrs. Velma Clarke, Mrs. Ruth Parrott Mrs. Evelyn which must be completec with a citation.The Hortense Brewington. in American Colleges, '

I I Mrs. Lillie Culbreath was guest player when Galvin Mrs. Catherine Jackson Mrs. Margaret first states Thomas B. Judges for the affair chaplin Mrs. Ernestine she was active in sit-in

Bella Donna Bridge Club met recently in the home Sutton Mrs. Myrtis Thomas, Mrs. 'Sylvester Bos- will beMrs. Martha Poole and movie demonstrations
parlimentarlan
of Hargrave, Jr. Executive ,
Mr. and Mrs. Alton Adams. sard Mrs. Rachel Donald, Mrs. Nabantu Hall, and Secretary. Baker, president of the Mrs. Delphenia Green, and plans to pursue

1 This was the election meeting and here are the Mrs. Marie Streets. Mrs. Clarke and Mrs. Streets Two donations have Longbranch Home Demonstration chairman of welfare further education la the

new Bella Donna officers: Mrs. Iva L. Grant, were awarded guest prizes.Mrs. Club; Mrs. Mary Coretha field of law.
been received and will committee Mrs.
j president; Mrs. Marilyn L. Macon secretary; Mrs. Elizabeth Simmons and Miss Annie B. Minateewere Harper instructor of As a student representative -
be credited to this Wilson, reporter, Mrs.
Geneva C. Adams, treasurer; Mrs. Audrey W. recipients of club prizes. Home Economics at Stan- to the Nome
fund. Second Baptist Josephine W. Cleveland.
Kelly welfare committee .chairman:, jand.Mrs. Others members present .were Mrs. Lois Avery Mrs. ton High School; Miss making Institute Committee -
Members Mrs. Lillian
Vanette Thayer. s. clal ,committee. chairman. ; ;/ Bernice Henderson Mrs. Maxine Jackson, 'Mrs. Church Rev. J. C. Barbara Robinson, Instructor : she was among
sentX101.00 Stukea and Mrs. Rosa Lee
pastor
Mrs. Graylyn Lesesne Mrs. Thayer and Mrs. Johnnie Mitchell Mrs. Vermal McCone, Mrs. Irma Sams in Homemakingat those who initiated a
and Shannon. The club enJoyed -
Hadassah Bullard were'prize winners* in the and MrS Alvenia Scriven.r 15.00 wad Douglass AndersonJuniorSenior successful voter registration
Murray,
a social hour
received from Mount
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bridge session. r- High campaign in
Vernon following the business
Baptist Church.
Two guests were present at a previous meetingof .000 lOSS ISIS ISIS ISIS ISIS School; Mrs. I.E. Williams Greensboro North Caro-
Rev. G. T. McCall session.
the group, held at the Eldorado. Pittsburg Courier lina. Miss Cheagel re
pastor.Mr. Mrs. J. Maxine Fisher
Mrs. Audrey Kelly Mrs. Hadassah Bullard, and Henrietta Howard was hostess when Classy correspondent: and Mrs. presented Bennett Col-
Hargrave concludedby and Mrs. Frances walden
Mrs. Vanette Thayer were recipients, qf club at the residence Mamie Mathis of East lege at the Regional and

.. ... Lassies met last Saturday evening The latterone
prizes -:: -, ', r: "t -:"' ': 1.. saying that the Jacksonville.The were guest. National Meetings of the
% wA
? 5 h at of Mrs. Alveta Allen.
doors will be winner of the guest
are opening for program as ,
t Mrs. Ruby D.1&ht:participated lu*.the .leung' J Juanita Williams, NCNW and served as
Mesdames Margaret Mathis. us and the men of Jack- follows: Song, scripture prize. Mrs. Ernestine
President of the
as guest player. .0 and' Dorothy ,Oliver' were high scorers in the sonville only have to Rev. D.B. Barnes; Poole.Mrs. Sophie White youth State councils and col-

.... .... .... .... .... ..\ .. bridge session. walk in and do the all Occasion, Mrs. Hattie and Mrs. Josephine W. lege chapters of the
The Spirea Street home of Dr. and Mrs. James R. important job of building Stewart; Mrs. E. Little- Cleveland were winners
NAACP.
Henderson provided the setting for a previous a YMCA. f this John, Mistress of cere- of the club prizes.

GREY HAIR Need Worry You No More meeting of the group, at which Mrs. Margaret project Is successful, monies; Musical Numbers, t "

_) Wm. J. Brandt's EAU DENNA... Starkes was given a surprise birthday shower. we are certain that Mrs. H. Stoddard; Mat- I SISTER (MI' I
Williams Mrs. Minnie Gadling, and MARIE '-
LIQUID HAl| COLORERWill Mrs. Juanita other donors will com thew W. Gilbert Senior 4 ,
Mrs. Sara Wright headed the scoring list. High School Glee Club I WAS BORN WITH A STRANGE WISDOM
cw.r gray haw. .. 11 N 1* ....N. w tealvw forward to help in this ; 9
*wuM,*licita.... kiww wit d**.v f...r tfc..knnJt t era".r U 1..H H Ixmd.On .*_. .c The remainder of the Classy Lassie membership worthy cause. Mrs. R.H. Wilson; Jones I I HAVE GOD-GIVEN POWER t ,

M. H. acL N. mrtv. roster is comprised of Mrs. Helen Toney, Mrs. Last Jacksonvillehad Trio; Miss S. Forhand; TO HEAL BY PRAYER! e
ANYONE CAN NIT IT ON AT HOME year ".c V)
YOU SAVK TIM! AND MONKYI N. win Margaret Starkes, Mrs. Joan paulding... Mrs. the highest crime and the R.L. Brown Trio, I 13 I

$..*....,..tnv--yew btr.. aM M.U.ta..r.-..y.MI.ttn Laves.*t--.ttnd .*t1(1.*. Grace Sykes and Mrs. Geneva Henderson. rate in the Nation fora Mrs. A.R. Brown; Miss M. matter what ;your Hope, Fear ott .
-tWIt a wuHan e.t.r tf prwlr ..***.. need help .. j
CoftifionsHold city of its size. A Bessent; and Miss J. Problem may be--if you v <6
WILL NOT TURK HAil REDDISH .... .... .... Bad Luck Spells or
Raiford. t to ,
_ It will MI ru b Ml. it .an M _at m.MlM.thm strong YMCA is one Observationswill overcome -? T.
.. .. ..... .. Fete
t e.,..... .Mt r SIr.*..titfcia_....... ir MM.**.>..rm,..* t IMn" *ttH. answer to this problem. be made by Mrs.L. Evil Influences; you had Bad Luck
YMI CM Cfttr say f r.r, ... m.nr femr 1 tuftbwti > The ROOSEVELT Cornell Mrs. fcvie mNo \
r .... tA..... ALACK STAYS SLACK. Hargrave noted. Goosb,, Remarks by I about business are you in Bad t
All calls .t., P*. Alexander and Mrs.
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the chairman of the I Health?
WONDEtrUL FOR TOUCHINO UP
f y.tljyf N ,I"** twMN...*...,c>. *. .**. .*** ..M...dvu er wMn. Double FeatureSundayHondayTficsday.- Evelyn Walker-Thompson. Slates Sunday Tea Sweetheart *... Mrs. H. SATISFACTION GUAR/NTEED/ TO 1 HBLP joo j
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Mwd.r d Mw ( WM4. w.rr. N4 ...'... bwi 1. ....(.... Members-participating'
DOES NOT INTEIFEIE WITH rEIMAIENT WAVES M. Stewart; Remarks by t [ Will Read Your Entire Life Tell Year Pat, ,
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PUN tfmctMM to Nell toi in l tUt'" g1sank CAUTION "Vi M1ircitf in addition to prize Tow
/ M UM4." Ctar tlactl Dark krvwai l*+4 im kr*Mii L'fk r Rr MiOrcki > the president of the association resent and Futurel! SISTER MARIE fill (the
BtMd.i Ankvra. Price ftr ac tu Mm F Mrl Tail., Cut tkftt N winners were: Mrs.JosephineCleveland. Lily White Lodge 167
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.. i..w all ..". far1.n ,.,....*. Taw aaUs i Melt ri MM apply -. ,.. r. will ; and greetingsby Lucky Days and Your Lucky Nullbers.r t
san1ud. ValentineTea
: MAIL ORDERS-AM XM 'Nera' Tu *.4 3K, Mali cur.... _:: : sponsor a the Principal. OPEN 7 A.M. TO 10 P.M.LSD. t HHB B
.. Mrs. Bessie Canty. from until
Sunday 4
.wr- "DEFIANT DAUGHTERS0: Richard H. Cook. Several Phone 359-4189

DIXIE I I PHARMACY ,f' d" .. Mrs. Hortense Brown 6 p.a. at 29th and Chase awards will be made toa 4226 ATLANTIC BLVB. t

"j ." Mrs. Viola Monroe. St. Leading talent will number of homeroom t CORNER HIGHLAND AVBCE

f': and Mrs. Edith Weston, appear on the program mothers by the vice- i Bus 13 A 47 Stop In Front of Nome ,

; 1315 Kings Road )lacksonyille Fk. Mrs. ,Olga Higglnbothaa.: and the public is in- -
.t/ ptesldent. Sirs V. John
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NEWS :: _"

Testamonial Tea will be given in honor of A. ;

br '' "o"<' .. ..f. < : Philip Randolph Sunday March 3, at Brewster
NeD -.. _:k"o-- ; '". ,!-: Methodist Hospital cafeteria. The tea will be
Choir 2 of Eoenezer Methodist Church will sponsor J5r 'c "' ; sponsored by the Ladies Auxiliary to the Brotherhood -
Tea Feb. 10 from 4 to 6 p.m.
a pre-valentine f'
; iitiY' i of Sleeping Car Porters.
In the social hall of the church. The Jeanette :fl} : L

sea 7. Trio. Male Chorus of Day Spring Baptist Church, \ .... .... .... .... .... ....
Uri3viii St. Stephen Trio Winifred Riley, St. John Bap- p-; >,.

tist Church Choir and the Freeman Sisters will ....... .f
_. The annual Founders' Day Tea sponsored by the

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ar appear. Homeroom Mothers of New Stanton High School will

try hat .... .... .... .... .... .... .A t .1.:........ be held Feb. 17, as the annual project for the
PTA Association. Serving as coordinators and ,

Nat w representatives for the proJeot are ,Mrs. G.
aiva Mrs.,,Quinell Frazier of St. Marks Baptist
1 ""fJR. Henry Mrs. L. Goosby, and Mrs. E. McCray. Selected -
s Church"will sponsor a Spiritual Tea Feb. 17, at
homeroom mothers will serve as individual
the ''Clara White Mission. A program is being
contactors for the various homerooms of the
planned. .
poaM L.,. school who will make telephone calls and use 1

.... :... .... '..e. .... ..... 'l.j'C'; ,'=: :;" ,_ other means of promoting the project.
corn ', ,."., .. .
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Mlspo, A Spiritual .Tea will be presented Feb. 17 bj i ...
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The City-Wide Beauticians are making plans for
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Dodge Road from 4 to 6 p.m. ... .-.,. ._..... :.:,.:J ...... ..'... .," ,, their annual benefit hair and fashion show to be
fe .__..r'''',,"" ..,_ ,. ,... ..,.
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Duval St. The show will be narrated by Mrs
alto Beulah McClellan.
Usher Board '2 of Central OdE( Church will sponsora (
FoHi' pre-Valentine Spiritual Tea Feb. 10 at 3:30 MUSICAL PANORAMA, featuring the famed Edward Waters College concert choir under the direction of .... .... .... .... .... ....
H. Alvin Green, and Mrs. Patricia Johnson of the Howard University College of Fine Arts as guest
in the church auditorium. Rev. A.J. Hughes.
p.m. soloist, will kickoff the colleges 97th annual Founder's Pay observance--Feb. 10 through the
reW Evergreen Trio, Mrs. Alice Burrough, Mrs. Eliza The PTA of Stanton Vocational High School will
13th--with the musicale slated for Monday night at 8 p.m. in St. Paul AME Church. A capacity attendance
Rich Perry, Mrs. C. Brown Mrs. Frankye Hanley, sponsor a Founders' Day Tea Feb. 17 in the audi
I of the Florida community's music lovers is expected.
Mrs. Eloise ''Edmons. C. Parham Johnson. St. John's torium of the school. Mrs. Claretha Norris is
( Photo By Baker )
Quartet I. H. Drayton H. H. Benjamin Rev. D. serving as chairman of the affair.

B. Barnes Rev. Sanford Smith and others will

i appear. BIRTHSMr. EWC Concert Choir Woodlawn PresbyterianBY .... .... .... .... .... ....


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c1th .. .e. and Mrs. Edward Isarel; 3518 Ardisia Rd. To Sing Feb. 17th L. N. PEARSON :R. The PTA of James Weldon Johnson Junior High

a ebah Peck; 807 E. Ashley St.; Boy. School will present the second annual Fashioa-0-

District 1 of Mt. Ararat Baptist Church will Boy. Mr. and Mrs. Percy The Edward Waters Col- Rev. F.D. Wilson pas- Rama Sunday Feb. 10. at the school. Fashions for

but' sponsor a pre-Valentine Tea from 4 to 6 p.m., in Mr. and Mrs. Webster I. Kirkland; Rt. 5 Box 526E. lege Chorus will sing at tor of Woodlawn United teens will be furnished by a downtown dress shop.

too the cafeteria of the church. Wilson; 1474 W. Union ; Girl. the 53rd anniversary Presbyterian Church is Mrs. Beulah McClellan will serve as narrator and

ahai .... ...'. .... .... .... .e.e Street; Girl. Mr. and Mrs. ,Harold observance of Scoutingin attending the Steward- students of the school will serve as models.
0 Tir Mr. and Mrs. George Walbey; 1720 Highland America and the third ship and Mission Con- Solomon Jones, the president and Mrs. Ethel D.

Dingle; 1787 Mt. Herman Avenue; Girl. anniversary of the ference of the United Bannister, are soliciting the full cooperation \
Thithi' District 44 of Mt. Ararah Baptist Church will Street; Girl. Mr. and Mrs. Lucky Mil- Cherokee District's Presbyterian Church USA. of the parents, patrons and friends to support
Feb. 10 from 4
will sponsor a pre-Valentine Tea Mr. and Mrs. Willie ler; 2640 Begonia Rd. ; radio which being held at the this affair. The show will begin at 4 p.m. Spe-
to 6 p.m. in the cafeteria of the church. program Netherland Hilton Hotelin furnished the
eac Fluker; 5541 Mahalia Girl. will be held at Mt. cial entertainment will be by

div .... .... .... .... ..e. .... Drive; Girl. Mr. and Mrs. William Ararat Baptist Church. Cincinnati. Ohio, on Gretel and Gertie Talent School.
Mr. and Mrs. Charlie Grayson; 1044 W. 25th Sunday February 17, at February 5 to 7. He is
Calvin; 2654 Lantana Street; Girl. one of a limited numberof
ofn
The Missionary Society of St. Thomas Baptist Avenue; Boy. Mr. and Mrs. Jimmie 3:30 p.m.Senator John E. ministers invited Church Of God Dr. Diggs Death
State
eTb Church will celebrate its 44th anniversary Feb. Mr. and Mrs. Joseph Powell; 1658 W. 24th Mathewd will be the that they might partici- Written In Heaven
17 at 3 p.m. The theme for discussion ill be Patterson; 1485 W. 10th Street; Girl. pate in workshop discus- Saddens CommunityDAYTONA
speaker for the joint will be observed -
, 'The Twelve Keys to God's Resources. Street; Boy. Mr. and Mrs. Kenneth sions on the mission of Sunday
1 Mr. and Mrs. Edward 1334 Whitner celebration.One the Church and share as Trustee Day at BEACH -- Dr.
1... .... .... .... .... .... Stoney; of the features of the Church of God Paul A. Diggs. Dean of
Palmer: 517 Lafayette Street: Boy. their insights in ste-
Mrs. Patricia Adams Johnson, professor of Howard the program will 'be the Written In Heaven 1434 Men at Bethune Cookman
t Street; Girl. Mr. and Mrs. John Ward; wardship matters. I
University School of Fine Arts, and a nationally history of the scouting Kings Rd. Bishop J.C. College died Wednesday,
Mr. and Mrs. Agrie 1511 W. 9th Street; Boy. Reverend Wilson is one
known concert will be featured program in Jackson- Blakley. pastorwith 'January 30th at the '
.
i. soprano Woods;. 1322 Davis Street Mr. and Mrs. Robert of seven ministers
c artist Feb. 11 during the recital scheduled for Girl. Hobdy; 2007 Baldwin St. ; ville. This informative, chosen to represent services to be featured Veterans Hospital, Lake

St. Paul AME Church Monday. Feb. 11. The pro- M r. and Mrs. Melvin interesting and valuable North Florida Presbytery throughout the day. City, where he had beena

gram is being presented as a feature of Edward Wilson; 1409 W. 8th St. ; Boy.Meeting history will be given by Church school will begin Services will begin patient for less than

Waters Cbll ege' s annual Founder's Day observance. Boy. In Clearwater Joe H. James Jr. who is Sunday February 10 with Sunday School at 24 hours. He suffered a
The Progressive State ardent scouter. 10 a.m. with Mrs. Emma stroke last week and
was
.... .... .... .... .... .... Mr. and Mrs. Simmie an in George WashingtonCarver
i.I' Bowens; 937 W. Duval St. Sunday School and BYPU Scout songs by the Elementary Schoolat McClendon superintendent taken to Halifax Dis-
Convention will hold its troops and cubs will in charge. The trict Hospital where he
The church and pastor's anniversary of Greater- Boy.Mr. and Mrs. Wilson annual executive board also be featured. 10:00 a.m. with T.V. Sunday School Departmentwill remained until Tuesday,

Zion Grove Baptist Church will begin Feb. 24. W. Vir- meeting Feb. 15 in Mt. Officers of the Huger superintendentin celebrate its 23rd when he went to the Vet-
Jackson 6915 .
: charge.The -
Various ministers and their congregations will Carmel Baptist Church Cherokee Division who anniversary during a erans hospital. Dr.
ginia Avenue Boy.
; Morning Worship
haze charge of service nightly. Mr. and Mrs. Freddie Rev. E. Armester host will be present to service will begin at special prepared programat Diggs was born in Frede-

I' pastor. The session begins meet and greet the pub- 3 p mi\: .. ',. rickryHary1, and h fi---- -
SAt 11:00 a.m. with Rev. F.D 4-
deg at 10 a.m. lic are: Chairman J. C. Wilson, pastor, delivering Prayer meetings are been fT resident of ,
Le.s' SALE GOOD Purpose of the meetingis Downing Vice Chairman the sermon. being held nightly in Florida for 40 years. He
to complete deferred Charles L. Williams. the church from 8 until cane to Betbune-Cookaan
o The Westminister choir
\ ALL WEEKFeb. business carried over Vice Chairman GeorgeA. will support the rites 9 o'clock. Regular TUes- College as Dean of Men

from the annual July Mackey Vice Chair- day noon prayer meetingand in 1959.
<6< thru Feb. 10 with Mrs. Rudynts Watsonat
meeting and to formulatea man Rev.J.B.F.Williams, the piano. Tuesday night prayer Dr. Diggs was a veteran
2 DISCOUNT STORES
program for this yearsannual Vice Chairman Leander Church meeting under sponsor- of World War I, a member
officers will
j 830 Cassat Ave. session scheduledfor J.ShSw. District Com- meet Sunday February ship of the Home Mis- of Phi Beta 810ia Fraternity -
NEAR COLLEGE) Second BaptistCburchJacksODvillein missioner Theodore R. sions will be held at and of Stewart
10 at, 5:30 p.m. in the
1824 W. Beaver St. Rutherford and the Westminster Hut. Wednesday their regular hours. Memorial Methodist

-. U.S. 90 .u Stockton July. Chief Executive of the Feb. 13, Prayer and Thursday night Tarry Church, Daytona Beech.

LOOK! WHAT SO LITTLE WILL BUY Delegates from the District. Robert A. Study Hour will be observed prayer meeting willalsobe Survivors-include. his-.
A Northeast Florida area Seell.DEATHS. in the hut at held during the usual wife\Mrs. Elizabeth

will include Rev. J.C. 7:00 p.m. Friday, Feb. hour. Young People'shour Diggs counsellor of
Our Twice Year 10c SALE!
a
Sass, general presidentof 14, the United Choir is scheduled everySunday women at Bethttue-Cootawn

1I NO DEALERS AT THESE PRICES, PLEASE the state body: G.W.Fcott will rehearse in the starting at 6 p.m College; two aunts and

f MULLET president of the but at 8:00 p.m. Last Sunday's guests included several cousins In Fre-
Sunday School Department Rev. William M. Tucker; two ladies and derick.

MEATY NECK BONE other outstanding minis- 1313 Pippin Street. Rev. Sams, Family two young girls. Visitors Services were held Monday -

PIG FEET ters and lay members. Mrs. Inez Winters Hen-' Attend FuneralOf are always welcome.Mrs. at the First Metho-
From the southern area. drickson; New York City. S.M. Brown church dist Church frederick

BEEF TRIPECHICKEN C Hev. Leon T. Freeman, Mrs. Estella Pauline Rev. Jenkins reporter.The Maryland.

BACKS district presidents will Charles1673 W. 12th St. Fev. J.C. Sams, accom-
public is Invited
make reports on plans Mrs. Celie Bell. panied by members of his
i CHICKEN NECKSTOMATOES for departmental ses- Mrs. Priscilla N. John- family, attended the to attend the services.

sions. sea; 1054 Scriven St. funeral of Rev. G.W.
j G: Charles T. BenefielJ Jenkins Friday at 2:30 Civil Service Head

CLOSEOUT James ClevelandSunday's I I 2916 Pearce Street. p.m. in First Baptist

CUT GREEN BEANS 101 FeatureOn Willie Lee Hart: 2500D Church, Fort Myers. Visits Fla. A & M wtmiw

jI PORK & BEANS 101 Street. Rev. Jenkins, who pas-

FANCY 'IUNE Gospel Time Jonas Harden; 815 Shet- sing occured last week
TALLAHASSEE -- HZ.
PEASSPAGHETTI ter Avenue. was wellknown in Jack
I 101 James Cleveland, the sonville McConnell regional recruiting -

/ 101 Tears of Music, Janet 71 I officer for

..) BLACK EYE PEAS IOJ Lowe and St. Paul's Dis- the fifth U.S. Civil I
Stone A
Choir will be featured Mrs. the
i ciple Service Region was
BABY LIMA BEANS
1I 101 singers on the guest speaker for the

I, SALT TV Gospel Time" pro- GIFTED SPIRITUALIST AND LIFE READER Career Day Convocationat

gram Sunday. February Florida A&M University -
Himrs tor.TOMATO. Will read PAST-
your recently. Ten
10 on Station IJXT-TY, g
I PASTE PRESENT and FUTUREI J(1 .
Channel 4. at 9:00 a.m. consultants from various -
t oi Gives names of ene- fields in government -
CORN MUFFIN MIX10RDIN"S Among the highlights
'
i mies and friends..
and industry were
the half-hour of gospel 7
Madam Stone reunitesthe i .11 N also on the A&M campus
RUTTERMILK BISCUITS Music will be 'He's So a..
Good" sung by James separated and g g to consult with students

I Cleveland and the Tears causes speedy and r about Job opportunitiesand
FRESH PORK SALE of Music and James Lows happy marriages.Overcomes requirements neededto

solo offering 'Vj: Heavenly enemies enter certain areas
WHOLE PIGS LI.37c Father Watches bad luck and evii influences of all of e i.loy ent. 2 POWDERS se

Cut and WropoeJ-Ayg. Wt. '37 Lb..-Ag. Prict 18.00 Over Me". The Tears of kinds. Restores lost nature without fail.
Music also will sing No matter what your troubles may be, 12 POWDERS 2se

FREEZER BEEF SALE STILL ONY2 In The Word'0 f God" Madam Stone can and will help you. You The ROOSEVELT

I and 13oing: to Need the gain results in just one visit. Satis- 24 POWDERS 49Goodii's
BEEF LB.39c Wrapped Lord" St. Paul's Dis- faction guaranteed. Double Feature

FINANCE IT-NO RED TAPE ciple Choir will open Open_DAILY 9..M. to 9 P.M.-SUNDAY. 1 P.IL to 9 P.M. SDcdarHondajlDesday"DEFIANT
the program with the peneoently Located in OlD Hose

Watch the World's Greatest Gospel Singers stirring selection 7440 Phillips HighwayUS DAUCN T DS"

WJXT CHANNEL 4 EVERY SUNDAY, 9:30 A.M. then the Saints Go and Jm Jr ri'A'i jjJ|

Sponwrtd by Prtndtr Meat Market \ Marching In" with NO. 1 SOUTH 3fc Mile's South City Limits "THE HUMANOIDS" .c ,

Daniel White as soloist, j* .ksx ville. Florida




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loaf KICKOFF SESSION---Shown above are a portion of the division leaders and captains who Conway, James Smith and Miss Gwendolyn Randolph. Standing from left: Mrs. Ann McGee,

For.i will set into motion the 1963 membership enrollment of James Weldon Johnson YMCA Ezekiel Bryant, Thomas Crompton, Melvin Brown, and Thomas Hargrave, the Y's Execu-

Sunday afternoon in !oncrief Elementary where Dr. Leo Marsh, a member of the staff of tive Secretary. Photo right seated from left: Harold Baker, Mrs. Sallye Mathis Mrs.

H1\.1 National Council of YMCAs, will he principal speaker. In photo left seated from Eddie Lee Baker, Mrs. Theresa Fields and Herbert Torrence. Standing from left:

left are: Mrs. Thomasena Jones, Latimer 'Williams, Mrs. Earline Spears, Renzer Bell, thomas Hargrave, Jimmy Walker, Harold Kennerly and Edward Robinson.

fl'I Mrs. Jessie Dawson, W. A. Jones, Bishop Sadie Gibson, Clifford Nortcn, M r.s. Alice

1 Baptist Assn. Bishop W. F. Ball, Officials Press Workshop Set
Dr. K. S. JonesDr. EWC SpeakerChest.
Mother Midway Meets Feb. 20th February 28
1 DA PTA Slates t
King S. Jones of He is Pastor Complete Founder's Day PlansThe
FT.J ', Michigan City, Indiana Steward and Financial In Hew BerlinThe To March 2

ac.r Program Sunday will be the speaker for Board Chairman of Bethel Services Set TALLAHAPSFS The 13th
the', the Alumni Association's AMP Church of Michigan Rt. Pev. William F. lege Band under the direction annual Florida AAM Uni-

bay// Founders Day program on City. He holds member- Sunday's services at Past Florida and Ball Presiding Prelate of David Cobbs, versity InterscholasticPress

but,) Douglas Anderson Wednesday night, at ship in the Omega Psi Mother Midway AMK Church Bethany Baptist Associa- af the 11th Episcopal will present a demon- Workshop will be
tools School will Edward Waters tion will convene in a Oistrict of the AMF stration the
.
sponsor College.Rev. Phi Fraternity. Rev. J.W. Jones, on campus. divided into two major
bar, its annual Founder'sDay I.H. Hinson, state Other members of the will be dedicated pastor one-day session Wednes- Church, and Pr. William The Founders Day observation sections: Yearbook and
to day, Feb. 20 in St. Mark B. Ftewart, Presidentof
hoir Tea Sunday Feb. president, will preside Alumni Association will closes Wednesday Newspaper.
God our Heavenly Father
u r6, 10, 1963 from 4 to with Mrs. Louise Gen- take part in the pro- who in his wise provi- Baptist Church, New Berlin Edward Waters College Ffeb. 13th with a Persons desiring information -

Thithi 6 p.m. in the gy m.. ..:. right, Jacksonville pre- dence lent Rev. T. Mercer Host are shown making final special chapel programin for the event
for
us
"' a Hill
Rev. W.M. ,
) The speaker for the sident'' assisting him. gram.St. Matthews pastor. plans for Founders Day the Chapel at 10 a.m. which will be held Feb.

recd occasion will be R. V. Pr. Jones, an alumnusof season fathers our who dedicated founding moderator, assisted by at EWC. The observance at which time Dr. Harri- 28-March 2 should writeto
dive Is Plans Call the various moderatorsand begins on Sunday, Feb. J. Bryant of Baltimore -
Daniels, second vice Eire. a member of their lives in Christian son : The Pirector. Press
tits president of the State the .American Medical Association Meeting SundayA service where we couldgo officials will pre- 10th with a program Maryland will deliver Workshop P.O. Box 38.
side throughout the
day.
of headed by the churches the Annual Found
Parent-Teachers ASso- The World special call meetingfor under our own vines Florida AAM University
new: ciation. Medical Association, officers and membersof and fig trees. Other prominent ministers of the 11th Episcopal ers Day Address. Tallahassee Fla.19Bagsi.
Tbfe Mrs. Beulah American and lay people appearing District in Lee Audi-
Alston, Academy of
St. Matthews Baptist The founder of the .. .
chairman of the General Practice on the program torium, at Fdward Waters -
annual ,Laporte
Church Moncrief and
Ey program states that County Medical Society, 28th St. is being announced African church Methodist Episcopal will include Pev. J.J. College. The speaker for
prizes will member and was organ- Jones of Antioch Baptist the opening program will [3fJ3[
be awardedto a Secretary for Sunday, Feb. ized by Richard Allen
Church who will deliverthe
the best decorated of the Board of Trustees 10 at 1 p.m. by Rev. who was born a slave be the Rt. Rev. I.H.
I IJ main sermon at 11
table. The theme,,pf the, ,, "' of the-National ,Medical Daniel Johnson, pastor. Peb. 14, 1760, worked when the Bonner Bishop of the
topical
Association. -He'is' :\ a.m. 9th Episcopal Pistrict.
program shall representthe an Pev. Johnson stated hard and bought his
hour into session.He .
goes The will have
College
four seasons of the active staff member of that this is a very important freedom and organizedthe
will from the
speak of Founders
charge Day
the Doctors
year. Hospitaland meeting and it
church at the age of
"Missions and
subject activities on monday,
Mrs. Alve Ft* Anthony Hospitalin is for
Jenkins, very necessary 27 years and became the Christian Fducation."
Feb. llth headed by
'A president of the Douglas Michigan City Member all members to be pre- first bishop to serve '
"Progress of Missionsand Rev. Robert V. Webster,
of the
Michigan City
Anderson PTA is sent.
\ urging in our church. "
Its Objectives, Dean of Chapel, and the
all patrons and friendsto Chamber of Commerce and The regular order of The motto of the churchas
be on the Board of Direc- service will be carried will feature Fev. V.C. Religious Department. f !
present. FOR
set forth by Richard WOMEN
Overstreet. Rev. H.T. '
J tors of the Community out by the pastor with Monday night at 8 o
I IS Allen is recognized ... f
Sunday School startingat worldwide nod our Neal Johnson and will Rev. also Daniel be clock College, the Choir Fdward will Waters be : '"'-.. /X r, : .:;, ,'- 'Jlti,. .. r .:>.'t'Jf' .;.o.r..tv'4 .

9:30 a.m., Brother
' Father Christ our Redeemer
TASTE WHAT'S HAPPENED TO 1 LEMON 1 AND LIME I Nathaniel Floyd, superintendent and Man our heard in major inspira- presented in the Annual
tional sermons. Founders Day recital
$; in charge. Brother for the Rev. R.H. Wilson will with Mrs. Patricia John-
Choirs 3 and 4 and Usher brotherhood of man is Nylons
and
address
deliver the of Howard universi-
dLq. Board 2 will serve. spreading throughout the will greet President J. son ty's College of Fine '

G world regardless of C. Sams and other state I
; Arts, as guest soloist.On .
NEW LOCATIONDr. race, color creed or leaders.
y on Tuesday the Col-
stla Teem'EE.g kind.. Other features will be j (SLIGHTLY IRREGULAR)

Alvin H. GrossOPTOJUETRlST We pause Sunday in ourFounder' provided by Rev. J.T. Ebenezer Choir

.1 s Day Serviceto McCall. first moderatorand Full
Est mention those who Rev. H.H. Wright, Slates Valentine Tea

lives on the hearts of Choirs and Fashioned37C
alternate. Choir No. 2 ;
Ebenezer
t ; ng men, each officer mem- ushers from Antioch and
has completed plans fora
949 Davis St. is
-. ber and friend requested Mt. Vernon will serve. Tea .
pre-Valentine r
to be present.
356-4024 SUNDAY'S SERVICES A. L. Lewis PTA's which will be held SUn-
Feb. 10 from 4 un- 1 '
W.SJ COLA COMPANY UUEStCE.tlUatuM.'tMU'$WHf IT S so GOOD 9:30 a.m.Sunday SchoolRro. day.
Fashion 0 Rama in the
ti 1 6 p.m.
S.C. Hart, superin-
church's social room.
tendent. Mrs. Ethel Davenport

If 11:00 a.m. Morning' service Bannister coordinatorfor -
1<
Founder's Day ser the A.L. Lewis PTA's The ROOSEVELT PAIR

on by Rev. J.W. Jones, annual Fashion-0-Rama
pastor. scheduled for Sunday \3 t4.,

3:30 p.m .Trustees Revival afternoon in the gymna- Double Feature .1

Hour. torium, has released the

6:00 p.m Evening names of the participating i
SundayMondayTuesday"DEFIANT
SUPER MA tK T worship, senron by pas- models. SIZES
-I II Ir tor. This service termi- They are the Misses
nated the $6.00 loyalty Gwendolyn Woods Air DAUGHTERS" 8'1to11

Membership Pally for the Price Shirley Lauray ;

FRESH WESTERN BAR-BE-CUE SIZE building drive; $1.00 Michelle Clement. Pa- and -
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..- '. for local trustees: tricia Tyrus Jackie wIg.. wdn SeIecti
:: :: $1.00 for the local district veils Carolyn Rogers
'1-;
PORK SPARE : conference; $4.0 Gaily Canty. Wilma Cor- "THE HUMANOIDS"

39C for local plumbing workon bin Elaine Holden. ,
Education building.

I RIBS : Each ember is requestedto OPEN FOR BUSINESS
) ROAST lb. do their very best.
GOODSON CLEANERS Announces the Opening of a New
I Branch Office at 5504 Avenue B. "Come where You

Can Get Quality Cleaning at Budget Prices. "

16. 290 PURE I ; asthmaiLkagony. 1,1 -- Free Pickup & Delivery Service --

LADIES' ACETATEPANTIES
mcaK 1 100 ... HEN AND WOMEN NEEDED -
LARD Use Dr. Ou crao..a
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CI6AMTTES 01 CO.'OUNDIMPERIAL
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BLEACH Experience Necessary-Grammar School Education

with $5.00 or more food order SUNDRIES Usually Sufficient-Train Now at Home For Jobs ..

X M.witi }. Patent Medicines-Cbsaetici I With Security-For Details, Send Name, Address, SIZES 7-8-9-10

1 Dit VITA FOODAPPLE All Leading Phone No. to: NATIONAL TRAINING SERVICE P.O. Box Value to 49c

$5.00 orare Hair PreoarationaCor. 561 Jacksonville, Florida.

feed order Broad & Ashlej]

JELLY EL 4.2159 3 99CR.

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l Visitors Archie, Maury Commended For- Outstanding Service


s,r Honors SetST.
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t z LOUIS When the =

St Louis Baseball

a Writers Associationholds !

$ E its annual ban-

quet here Jan. 28, two

r- of sportsdom biggest
names Archie Moore and

Maury Wills will be on

is w the dais. i

Moore, a longtime r-
.,
resident of this city.

will come here from_ his _

adopted home of San __
Diego, Calif to receive E
the Dr. Robert F. ---

< 'r f Hyland award for meri- -;

torious service to i -

sports. _

Wills will make the

Journey from: his Spo- 4

K kme. Wash; home to receive FORT MCCLELLAN. Ala. PFC Flois-O'Neal (center) has her Fac-of-the Quarter -

the J. Roy Stock- am band pinned on by ppr Gwendolyn Peacock (right), last QUarter's Wac

-f ton citation for outstanding ;- of-the- uarter. Lt. Ool. Sue Lynch, Center Commander left), presented

x- .: ,. service to Certificate of Merit to PFC O'Neal during a ceremony in the Colonel's office -

baseball. ( U S. Army Photo )

CAREER DAY CONSULTANTS AT FAMU serving as career day consultants at Florida A&M, University

recently were: Miller T. Hollingsworth (seated left). Internal Revenue Service. Jacksonville Continues Victory SkeinSCORING
SPORTING IT UPBY
Mrs. Martha Broxton, personnel director International Revenue Service Jacksonville; Faul

Smith, General Service Administration Atlanta Ga.; Peyton Yon postmaster Tallahassee; Audie
C. PARHAM JOHNSON
Smith, civil service examiner Tallahassee; B.F. Eason personnel assistant. Veterans Adminis-

tration Domiciliary Thomasvilie, Ga. ; Charles P. Torrey Department of state Washington, D. C. ONE OF AMERICA'S MOST WIDELY read books was the

Standing: W.G. Bennett (left), chief, college relations, the Martin Company. Orlando; Rev. S. R. late Zane Gray's "Vanishing American. America's

Bright, associate professor, school of education FAMU; C.C. Cunningham, director of placement most widely discussed topic today is 'Vanishing

FAMU.;. H.Z. McConnell regional recruiting officer Fifth U.S. Civil Service Region. Atlanta Segregation. It appears that many.najiy of the

Edward Womack assistant district manager Social Security Administration. Tallahassee; Robert nation's inhabitants don't know what side of the

Cummings Navy Mine Defense Laboratory, Panama City. ledger to get on in this case. They will talk

segregation and their dollars will speak integra-

Uninjured i i WAC's Honor Atlanta Ministers Spearhead tion. They will pay $1. SO, $2.50, $3. CO, $3.50 and

in many instances have paid as much as $50. 00, I
PFC E. O'Neal Boycott Against Bakeries to $100. f'C to see Negro and white football stars

FORT HCCLELLAN, Ala. play together, baseball teams with mixed players, -5

Private First Class ATLANTA Ga.---Atlanta's 'OperationBreadbasket's" and basketball games with a mixed teams. Boy 0 '

Elois O'Neal, daughter selective buying cam- boy, what about those big prize fights where Ne-
erg of Mr. end Mrs. James gro and white fighters are in the ring fighting s
has
t paign against Highland Bakeries entered -
} 0'Ne21 of 214 Tuskege in the each other. Have you thought of the big money
its second phase. Ministers
Road.Jacksonville. Fla., they pay to see it?
Atlanta area announced that this decisionwas
was chosen as Tac-of-the THERE IS AN OLD ADAGE THAT SAYS 'what you do, : S S
made after repeated requests for upgrading
Quarter for the United speaks so loud I can hardly hear a word you say."
Negroes were refused. A spokesmansaid
States Women's Army when the so-called deep dyed in the wool segre-
Operation Breadbasket" was told
Corps Center by a board gationists talk so much on their favorite subjectand
that further requests for improved job
of senior enlisted wo- then go to game and see the white boys and
would be met with "fewer
men. opportunities Negro boys hugging each other after a spectacular
*
She was presented a jobs for Negroes. performance and then see them out there wallowingon 75

Certificate of Merit by Entering into its city have approached 19 the ground or tied up on the basketball court, 1io '

Lt. Col. Sue Lynch second week, b Aeration industries and have or putting a man out on base, or see them swap- ---for the Gibbs Junior College Cobras of

Center Commander and Breadbasket" will created more than 1,000 ping punches in the prize fight ring and then St. Petersburg, Florida, is sophomore guard Louis

NEWARK. N.J. Sammy! the green and gold arm now Involve the active new white-collar jobs throwing their arms around each other when the Steward. Action took place in a 113-60 conquestof

Davis Jr. who lost an band was pinned on by support of over 500 for Negroes in these fight is over, it makes one wonder what side are Hampton Junior College Ocala to mark the
eye in an auto accident social and civic clubsin businesses they really on.
PFC Gwendolyn Peacock.WacoftheQuarter 27th consecutive junior college victory won by
several years ago BY A WHITE man and read by a
for addition to the more A NEWSPAPER PRINTED
College Choirs the Gibbs JC Cobras. Under former Tuskegee
narrowly escaped injury make the ink blacker nor doesa
doesn't
any
December than 400 Negro ministerswho Negro,
October through basketball star Coach Norman Jackson, the Cobras
last week when his car printed by a Negro and read by a white ....
first called ..theca&paign. newspaper
of FFC O'Neal, a 1961 graduate February Program have won 51 of 60 games in four years.
driven by Herb Segar man make the-papeJ"- it is print=:ow:any whiter.
York City, collided of the New Stanton (GJC Staff Photo by Leo Ballard)
New Highland Bakeries was ref YORK FOlk songs, The same thing is true while they are playing
High School Jackson-
with another here Davis ranging from New "ngl nd baseball, football, boxing, tennis, golf or bas-
to yule Joined the ArmyMosque selected as a target,according Gibbs Cobras Appointee
his a
way
who on
was to a member of sea chanties through ketball, the color of the skin has never faded on
Center, Fort Sam
ante, later Theatre performed appearMedical Houston, Texas, prior the negotiating com- spirituals to Russian the other. All players remain the same color. Win 26th And 27th r '-1
and Czechoslovakian IN THE THINKING of many peopleis
for a standing room only to being assigned to mittee, after negotia- THE CONSISTANCY Victories -
tuner, will open the questionable in that we can stand for our teamsto Cage
crowd Noble Army Hospital tions for advancing
present Negro employeesand February series of play against teams with Negro players, but we ST. PETERSBURG -- The

hiring more Negroesin 'Ne gro College Choir" don't want them on our team. Congratulations to Gibbs Junior College cobras -

programs. those southern schools who are looking far enough scored to new -
skilled capacities
failed. Presented by the Tuske- ahead to open the door to them. Now don't you height in basketball by ;

'Operation Bread- gee Institute Concert think it would be a master stroke of strategy to notching victories number '

basket' is modeled Choir, of :Alabama, the bar the team from playing against Negroes as wellas 26 and 27 this week.

folk-song progritt: will bar them from the team A sign which reads The Cobras dumped the
after the highly successful -
W selective originate in New York "Negroes, you can't play for us and you can't Lincoln Junior College

a patronage City, Feb. 3.= Itill be play against us," should be placed on every hos- Cagers of Fort Pierce .

1 campaign car- re-broadcast by affili- tile athletic field.IT 70-63. and then poured
I ried in Philadelphiaover
.. on
ted ABC stations across
WOULD BE A GRAND AND GLORIOUS thing to see it on to blast the Hampton -
t r the last 2
years. during that J
the country
The ministers in that Maryland playing Wake Forest, Miami. playing Texas Junior College Cobras l
week. Christian (Miami U. of Florida that is. ), North of Ocala 113-60.
'p ; The choirs of three
_.
-- MexicanKO's Carolina engaged with some Eastern Western or Robert Williams
Captain
member collegesof
'' ,'" other Northern team while the non-conformists play a-
the United NegroCo of Lakeland scored 27 GORDON DAVIS, 18, of
YankLOS Fund are mong themselves. Everyone can see the age old segregation points. Curtis Bankston Philadelphia has been

liege policies dying, while some people try followed with 22 for admitted to the United
ANGELS -- Jose scheduled to be aired to keep it alive, but the way things look it is a Hampton's Robert States Naval Acadeay,

Lopez of Tijuana, during the following hopeless case. many teams in the Southeastern Con- Gibbs. his Maryland on the recoameadatlon -

I... Mexico ,kayoed Stan three weeks. They are ference, the Atlantic Coast Conference and the Wilson was tops on of Congressman -
of Luisville., Ky. the choral of team with 15 points.
Davis groups
Southwest Conference will have Negro players. The N C Nix
in one-minute, 28 sec- Clark College Atlanta
nonconformists should have a Jolly good time win
onds in the third roundof Ga.; Benedict College, -
ar ning national championships playing among themselves. -
their scheduled 10- Columbia S. C. ; and now its Pepsi
round bout last Friday Bennett College Greensboro -
and
INTEGRATION LIKE A BLITZKRIEG is rolling
S bight in Olympic Auditorium N.C. .
rolling fast and Just about all one can say to
L :: for those who
The Clark Choir will be out! "
.. the non-conformist is, 'Move on ore
Commission Reports broadcast the week of The colleges and. universities accepting Negro think young
KEN KNIGHT
Game Harvest Feb. 10; the Benedict players are keeping pace with the times. It win

Choir Feb. 17; and the be a great day when mankind shall heat their bows
LAKE CITY---An esti-
Invites You To Listen TO -
Bennett Choir of all- into pruning
into plowshares and their spears
mated 942 legal deer and
fecal voices Feb. 24. hcoks. It will be a great day when the lamb and .
"KNIGHT TRAIN"Starting 346 turkey were harvested The American Broad- It will be a t tI
by hunters on the the lion shall lie down together. .1:_
casting Company Radio each other because -
Game and Fresh WaterOllllI1ssion's great day when men stop fighting

At 7:00 p.m. Nightly- six wild- Network has beamed pro- of race creed or color. The way things are .'..
grams by UNCF menber- of "Move on or ,.
life management areas in breaking, it is simply a case
college choirsThe like blitzkrieg Is vr
a
Move out integration
the Northeast Florida
1400 WRHC 1400''OSHERS Region during the 1962- ROOSEVELT coming! r

Robertson, All-Pro Guard of the Cincinnati i
63 hunting season.Progress Oscar
I Double Feature Associationhas
Royals of the National Basketball


Skin ton a :. Made SnndayMondayTuesday'DEFIANT DAUGHTERS" Joined the pepsi-Cola Marketing team 4


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/ilhtor "THE HUMANOIDS" 5- 1 You Seek The Best Doctor : :

When your Doctor PrescribesGet ti :
Experienced Pharmacists

brighter. I ORDER FUEL .;, -- < ..According to your Doctor's

C- JJ NOJY.' -r- Orders. We use only The

B Dr. C. E. Black Best t Qjality Drugs

sKin Proprietor

RED 3 REGISTERED PHARMACISTS TO SERVE YOU -

... to_ ASHfOR A COMPLETE LINE OF .

... aw.. : Cosmetics Rubber Goods Candies Sundries r

....,.... FUELbWI CALLED FOR AND DELIVERED -
PRESCRIPTIONS
CITING Meredith's entrance -
.- Parents have as much fun as
into Old Miss
.Ate..... Atty General Rober Lilly's Drug Store youngsters today....and naturally fun

Kennedy: said .
that
progress Includes Pepsi I Nothing drenches. ywr PII.COLAthird
was made in Cxfor
w. Miss since people ther ih./.N 011 MN.d. like a cold, Inviting Ptpl.

.r will now speak out win AH Seasons Jill N lei &A.Feel. Cs. 1901 liNGS ROAD EL 3.8216 Think young-say "Pepsi, pliant"MM '

were afraid to do s< PO 4-41 II -..: W ..... NY MM M M.k N-._... H' .. .., ." ... .E.. :..''n....
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Miami, -Wake-Forest, Texas Christian Ponder Use Of Negro Football Players I


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was growing speculation last week that a :/ < : : ,
: } SEBRING
;' : \ ATLANTA If you' re a Aston-Martin
break-through is imminent over the playing of : : _
.. ;.". ,_.v '" ,.. .;:j: :; I sports fan and a fresh- one of the top names in
Negro football players on teams representing ./ -1 : ;.:,tit:,? ''f '-.-.' ;1 man at Clark College nobody the history of British
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eonferences. / V -
Dixie s South and Southwest college
( can prove to youth racing cars heads the

I A slight crack in the Dr. Harold Tribble '' : ; r: r : at Clark is not a spectacular' list of entries -

t color barrier has already stated 'Our football r..:. .,{ ,."." .',' ...i-..... :, power in the SouthernIntercollegiate in the internationally -
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taken place at the staff will avail Itselfof : :..? 'v: 'v.. Athletic famous 12
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University of Maryland all top athletes who 'ib+ .,/, ,'; $ ";_'t'-' ,., h ., Conference. The Panthers HOUR ENDURANCE RACE here
when Coach 4. ;.n'.".r ,,*" ', i:",.. r, <::$.vI have combined at Sebring March 23rd
Ton Nugent meet the high standardsof .. _,' .. ;>>.f "'- ...'" ,' piled us a
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1. >' ,," 1963. taking for their
announced that Negro Wake Forest College!' < .r < ': total of 17 victories in
halfback Darryl Hill had Evidence of the much football and basketballso choice of world champion
transferred from the U.S. iF far thia year. A road racing drivers at
lower standards of Ne-
Naval Academy to Mary- gro secondary schools I. :; J'j: jpiAir ; single loss on the grid- their disposal. Bruce

land and showed possibilities 'might have intimated in iron and one in basket- McLaren New Zealand
of being the statement Miami it ball mar an otherwise ace picked by the F.I.A

r vail able in a starter'spost. perfect record. (world governing body of
Us )
Assistant Coach Wal-
: ...'..; Currently running in auto racing) as one of
ter Kichefski who said
If so. Hill could become Miami had checked two : "': ;, the top spot in the con- the top eighteen driverson
the first Negro to ference basketball race the road racing cir-
Negro High Schools stars
ever to play on a major : the Clarkites dropped cuits of the world.
but later dropped them fth ; :
t sports team in the tra- because of their failureto : : : Alabama State Monday for McLaren's co-driver. if
ditionally Dixie tinged meet schoolastic their eighth visitation there is to be one (as

Atlantic Coast.. Con- standards. victory and last week this years' regulationsdo
ference. Kichefski continuedthat romped over Florida ASM not require a releif

Nungent's statement was Miami was still by 22 points to assert driver) has as yet not

almost immediately fol- interested in Negro their supremacy in con- been named.

lowed by that of Wake player recruitment for ; ference play. John Cur less. England

Forest's Coach Billy the Hurricanes team "if 4 The Clarkites. who ran one time international

Hildebrand who with the we can get the High ik :; AI) third in the conference motorcycle driving chap
reported support of the class player we want." : tournament last year and now also one of the

Wake Forest President. need only one more vic- top 18 drivers of the

tory in the Atlanta city world will be with the

competition (with More- Ferrari factory teem entry -
b' A house and Morris Brown with their effortto
i Iroiichos Took FFL. Honors )
? < to again become championin again take back to
: the "City Con- Modena Italy the coveted -

1 FT. LAUDERDALE The ville Bears (7-1) took r ----1 f erence. Alitalia Airlines

Jacksonville Bears won four first places run Switching from the ag- Trophy.
the 1962 Florida Foot- ner-up Daytona Beach gressive strategy that United States road rac-

ball League championship (5-2) five and Hialeah .,, , but the Orlando Broncos (1-4) one. Ft. Lauder- ".'" same in football the Holburt of Warrington.

took home the Lion's dale's cellar-dwellers j Jlarkites play a strictly Pennsylvania in a Pors
share of the statistical (0-7) couldn't claim a defensive game using che. Holburt is rated by

honors find FFI figures single league leader.Jacksonville their well-known "turnIt international automotive
reveilert today scored magazines as one of the
over' play to account -
The Broncos finished in heavily in the Indi- 1'.<:. for most of their five best drivers of the
third.place with-:;a. 4-3 vidual competition nab- scoring. world. Bruce Jennings of
recofdtut won three individual bing the rushing passing Towson Maryland another

and four team and scoring championship ALPHONSO WODALL world's champion aerialist-water skier will exhibit his death defying act Game Commission top United States Pors-
titles in the battleof s.Halfback twice daily during the four-day presentation of the annual Jax Boating Show Thursday through che driver will also ben

statistics for the Don (Goodman Sunday at the Civic Auditorium. Woodall's height of 200 feet in the atmosphere and his 32 mile- Carries Out ProgramLAKE hand in a Porsche

new pro league.The x who missed the final flight from Canada to the U.S.--Point Pellie Ontario. Canada to San dusky. Ohio still remains CITY The Game factory entry.
champion J aksonEyes : game because of an injury beyond the reach of his thousands of challengers. He recently appeared in the annual Orange Bowl and Fresh Water Fish Even with advance tic-

Mat CareerERNIE won the rushing Regatta in Miami and is negotiating for future appearances in Mobile and Fort Lauderdale. He Commission released two ket reservation sales
crown with 398 yards then plans to return to Miami to attempt the 50-mile Miami to Bimimi flight and will then try to doe deer in the Camp running far above last

gained on 92 attempts, a orbit the English Channel this sumner. Blanding Wildlife Man- years' figure there are
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4.3 average. Goodman's still some choice seats
Athletes t 0"The f Year agement Area January 26,
92 carried also was tops State Reports .. : and parking spaces a
'" Tennessee Whip according to Brantley
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Goodman, was on.e of 1't' vailable. For information -
259 Casualties,
Goodson. Regional Manager -
,three-FFL backs to gain >.1 write Automobile
Northeast
Region.
100 yards or more in a From FirearmsTALLAHASSEE Racing Club of Florida.P.O. .
'> Central 80-72 Goodson stated this is
game. He had 113 against Box 71, Sebring.
-t part of the Commission's
Y. s:. Hialeah. Nat Tucker of Gun accidents :7: Florida.
ad ". .. < program to insure good
Ft. Laiderdale. was high resulted in 259 '''
t ': 'i hunting in
> this
NASHVILLE -- BillKentucky area.
with 125 against Hialeah casualties in Florida ;
_. Deer are trapped
N Lester Seays of Orlando, during 1962 of which 73 Colonel"Bradley in
S7L' '
areas with high Cobras Meet
gained 114 versus Ft. of the accidents involved J' brought back popula-
Lauderdale.The hunters. according l memories of the great tion or which are closedto .

Bears' Don Breaux to the official Firearms 1' .> Dick "Skull" Barnettas hunting and releasedin Volvsia Feb. 9
he rimmed 35 pointsto Wildlife Management
LADD emerged the leading pas- Casualty Report compiledby

.... ser in a close struggle the Florida Game and ROBIN ROBERTS (left), baseball's comeback of the lead Tennessee State Areas. Goodson said
SAN DIEGO CHA2r.IRS.JQt;;with Daytona Beach's Fresh Water Fish Commis- quint to an 80-72 win nine deer were releasedin ST. PETERSBURG --
honoree. Penn's
year greets Rhodes Scholar and
defensive tackle Ernie sion. over Central State Ma- the Northeast Regionin Florida Junior College
Jack Moynihan.
basketball captain John Widenan when the two
Ladd is trying the professional who passed for There were rauders in Kean's Little January. Athletic Association
55 fatal
Breaix. were guests of honor at the 59th annual
banquet of the Judge Thomas
J.
wrestling game 'a record 398 yards and gun accidents of which Philadelphua garden last Friday night Rivers, Commissioner Frank
Writers
on for size. est Coast 21 completions in a victory 19 involved hunters. Sheraton. Sports Association at Hotel week. County Judge of CIa Pierce of Gibbs Junior

sports writers stated over Ft. Lauderdale Half-way through their County was present at College announced that

last week. The ex-Gramb- completed 113 of 234 Angels Top Salary Star Hid-western loop play the release and Leon Barrie his group will meet in
the Blues 3-0 Area Supervisor and Daytona at VoJuaia Community -
ling College luminary passes (48.3%) for 1801 Big are
stands at 6-9 and tips yards and 16 touch ::ms FJAA Accepts on conference lay and Bill Jackman. Wildlife College on

the scales at 317- with 15 interceptions. 16-4 over-all on the Officer assisted in February 9th.

ounds. New Members season. Playing 500 ballon L the release.

the season at 7-7.
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INDEPENDENT OIL CO. 'i ST. PETERSBURG TWO Central is now 2-1 in

Y more of Florida' Negro conference play.

KEROSENE HOME DELIVERY i ., Junior Colleges joinedthe The Little (5-10))
MECHANIC ON DUTY National Junior Col- Colonel total was the
Ike Joseph ---------------------- Proprietor lege Athletic Associa- highest scored by a

State and Jefferson Streets ----- EL 6-9432 ak tion this year. COmmis- Tennessee State net ace 6

sioner Frank Pierce of in the Little Garden

ROYAL ART STUDIO the Florida Junior COl- since Barnett. The Skull

lege Athletic Association performed the feat on

515 DAVIS STREET released informa- numerous occasions.

R. tion from the FJCAA Bradley was popping all ;
fA )
Order Now at Reduced Prices long one-hand twine
headquarters to the effect /
Photo Cards that Hampton Junior burners with his shor- ", .. '

I ladividials Fanily Groups College of Ocala and test being from 18 feet c.c, ""- <
Washington Junior Col- away. Coach Harold Hun-
I Clobs lege of Pensacola were ter called Bradley.

Black & White ColorSepiaTone the two schools added to "the answer to Centrals
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the NJCAA roster. Gibbs tight zone.

Junior'College, a memberof The game seesawed
Quality Photographs the NJCAA and one of during the first half

Churches-Weddings Social! the NJCAA's top offen- with the lead changing

Dial EL 4-1894 LOS ANGELES ANGELS slugger Leon Wagner (center), sive teams for the past hands four times and the
is shown inking his 163 contract which calls for a two years is a memberin score being tied on four

$30.000 annual wage making him the highest salaried good standing for the more occasions and
You Don t Have to Go to Town to Get intermission. found the
performer on the team.Congratulating "Wag" after third consecutive year.

having swapped headpieces with the star are Gene Pierce said the three Huntermen outfront 39- '..,.

LOW PRICESOn Autry (left) the team's board chairman and General are among the 25 teams 37.Opening the final stanza -
Manager Fred Haney. in Region VIII of the .
Central
moved out
NJCAA. to a 53-52 lead until When Delilah Gave Sansm Thai FMMS
Your '
WATCH THIS CLOWN A BUSINESS Bill Soothers zeroed one
from the corner to put HAIR CUT

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Trade With Your Neighborhood Drug Store 42123 611 54-53 with nine minutes She Opened Up a WHit -

IE WILL MEET ANY PRICES ADV. IN YOUR LOCAL PAPERS showing on the clock.The
Tie Dellver-Ie Also Pill All ctors'Prescriptions 6 0 American Oil Co. has an excellent business Big Blues were never in HEW FIELD FOR WOMEM I
opportunity available for a qualified businessman
trouble again. -
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who is interested in substantial t
earning Both teams hit better
Dixie Pharmacy 1 -+ 7 possibilities. We are seeking a man between 23 than 46 per cent from Jacksonvillebarber
and 48 with liable
48-55-82 a background to operate a the field with the

1312 Kins Real at Hjrtk Aittit 336-10-616 service center. We will provide training and Tigers getting the
financial assistance to the
partial right man. Inc.
edge. The Big Blues hit College

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. PAGE 8. FLORIDA STAR" ,

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Club Holds T rec i h 0 log i fats t < Await Outcome I Oi Try Out t t'o Central Board 2 .;; POLICE REPORTS -I

:. Sponsors Tea Sdy.r
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Year's FirstSession Feb. 16 Fashion Plans Annual Tea * *
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Rev. A.J. Hughes pas-' .. COUPLE JAILED tified as Charlie Mills
Show Models .1 < tor of St. John Baptist. ; 'FO LO!ING FIGHTA
hit her and accused her
the Vie Lledo Ladies
'J,. Church, will be principal -
Bridge Club held its 31-year-old woman anda of telling on a group of
and -
speaker a program
first regular meetingof featuring outstanding tr: -Dear-oId man, were teenagers who were arrested -

last and put in jail
the year Saturday local leaders will injured Saturday

night in the home of feature Central CME while fighting one for a hold up.

Mrs Deloris W. Jones Church s Usher Board 2's another, police re- It was reported that

with Mrs. Ollie M. annual Spiritual Tea ported.Mrs. the suspect toll the
Lillian Ellj.of girl he would do it a-
Newton serving as co which will be presented
732 Davis Street stated gain if he ever finds
hostess. Sunday at 3:30.p.m. in
that she and John Turner out that she was the one
The menu, served in the Sanctuary,: Mrs. ".B. Cf
f her boyfriend who livesat who told for sure. Police -
consistedof
buffet style, Shootes. generalchairman -
,
said the girl told
stuffed avocado FRIENDS in the the same address injured -
.y Florida Community are hoping that announced.Mrs.
them the suspect forced .t
each other when he
tossed salad turkey a at long last, the big 'break' has come to the A.R. Lewis is pre-
hit her the left her into a back room to
la king served in a Freeman Trio, the popular musical group who left sident of the sponsoringgroup. on leg
S with a'20 hit her and no one saw
s gal.
shell with a rf ry ; garagecan
patti Monday of this week accompanied by their mother
and she cut him in him do it. Investigating
garnish of cranberriesand Mrs. Evelyn Freeman to Miami for an audition on The program will be
could HXS.! JOHNNIE MILLER
the officers said they
back causing
parsley, pickled the famed Ted Mack Original Amateur Hour. Highly 'highlighted with spiritual slight laceration. a find no marks or bruiseson . Itortny Matron
peaches and crab apples rated in local musical circles, Carol Dian and and musical contribution -
MISS HATTIE JOHNSON Police carried the pairto her. Mrs. Johnnie Mae Miller
hot biscuits, Vanorian are students of New stanton High School by the followingRev.
Patrolmen D.P..Greer and
Duval Medical Center worthy matron of Fenora
fruit cake and coffee. and are members of St. Stephen AME Church. Sanford Smith, in-
servedas A trio of popular local .. where they were treated J. F, Anderson investi- Chapter 101 will be hostess -
Mrs. Lois Cain troduction of the speaker -
the models will help feature FAMU Launches and released. They were gated. for a tea Sunday
for e- Rev. E.W. Maynor
caterer : . . .
Trichologists Beautician Jailed following their from 3 until 5 p.m. at
vent. Patricia JohnsonTo Rev. D.B. Barnes, Dea- 1
League Local 38's second Recruiting Program hospital release, police her residence, 1927 W.
Those present were: con S.J. DraytonCen- MAN CUT BY WIFE
annual Hair Ftyle-Fash In TALLAHASSEE THE department reported. 30th St. The affair will
Mesdames Annie II. McIntosh Feature tral's Choir 2, Deacon IS HOSPITALIZED
ion how during its of library ser- Patrolmen M. Newsom andF. be for benefit of Senora
Mrs. Alice Bur-
Mary K. Pearce Drayton,
annual presentaCLORIA Mack Roosevelt Frazier., 46.. Chapter.
second EWC Recital vice at Florida A&M uni- investigated.
Newton first roughs and daughter;
Ollie M. versity has launched . . . of 735 Acorn street was The program will be
prize winner; Neda B. Patricia Johnson a a Mathew G. McCoy Mrs.
treated at Duval Medical
opened by Sister Beatrice -
McDonald second prize; brilliant lyric soprano recruiting program to Estelle_ Bannister, Mrs. MAY MAY LOSE EY S FROM Center last Tuesday .for Turner and officers -

Jose W. Ashley, third from Washington, D.C., procure more studentsfor Daisy Wallace C.L. Hall LYF THROWING INCIDENT
injuries, police re- and members of
prize: Annie P. Clayton, will be the guest artiston library service announced Miss Sandra McComik ported.It .
Gladys Charles Chapter
door prize; Deloris W. the !Edward Waters Miss Daily Copeland Mrs. Liza Rich Perry James "Manna 38, of that
was reported 97, Bertha Cain Chapter
head of the department
Jones and Arid Peterson. e College "Musical Pano- Mrs. Frankye Handy. Mrs. 925 *. 24th Street was Frazier having
was a 94 and affiliate chapter
of
rama' Monday evening, library ser- Clementine Brown Mrs. painfully injured lastFunday
fight with his wife and
Riverias Elect officers and members are
February 11th at 8:15 vice. Eloise Edmund, Mrs. police said. started fighting his j
Cordially invitert.
New OfficersThe p.m.in St. Paul AMF Miss Copeland pointedout Frances Elaine Lowery Manns said his common- son. He received a small ,

Church Myrtle Avenue that many studentsare I H.H. Benjamin. law wife 'tfwina Manns, injury on his right leg.

annual election of and 13th street. in college without a The Celestial Choir and alias Edwina Singleton He was taken to Puval

officers highlighted the Mrs. Johnson is a native major. Usher Board 2 of Sweet- threw a container of lye Medical-by.,private car; I
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recent meeting of the of Vest Palm Beach, "The department is field Baptist Church solution in his face Patrolmen G. Bradley

Riveria Social Savings and holds the Bachelorof expending all effortsto
will be the guest following an argument and J. Feldon investi- oLrJtytyt
Club in the home of Mrs. Music, the Bachelorof emphasize the desir- groups.All between them, olice gated.

Lillie M. Harrison. Music Education and ability and variety in usher boards, club stated. Police said . . . .

Holding posts for the MRS. HOPTON the Master of Music degree types of positions available and citywide organiza- Manns went to his i .

new year are: Mrs. Julia Saturday night from Howard Uni- she said. tions are cordially invited father's home at Manda- t7lrAr**** rst*** h
Prather president;. "*rs. tion versity.She Law chemical armed }
to attend the pro- rin after the potash
Fliza Pender, vice pre- Feb. 16 at 9 p.m. in services, medical, theological FREE TRANSPORTATION )tI
is married to il-
Armory, it gram. Rev. W.C. Flanaganis throwing and the next
sident; Mrs. Oleatha Duval announced County this week. llam Johnson, son of Dr. public college host pastor. morning he went to Duval Dorsey's Commercial Driving School
Sanders, recording secretary was and Mrs. Mordecai John- and university radio Medical Center.
; Mrs. Ida Cohen, The three participantsare and TV. and school libraries I )if- LESSONS DAY OR NIGHT-WILLIE DORSEY
of D.C.
Gloria Horton son Washington Doctor Friedline, who LOCATED AT MAGNOLIA 8/IVIGGINTR ..
financial secretary; Mrs Mrs. At present. she is ,an are only some of St. Paul Announces treated Manns at DuvalMedical 4 {tOo. :Z -EOGEWOOt1.Ay": : rjlyi'f }L ._.
Hattie Johnson and T:
Mary Milton, treasurer; Miss --
instructor of Music the many' types of opportunities 'Center
said
Mrs. Lillie M. Harrison, Miss three Janice of whom rryant will Join all Theory in the Collegeof according to Founder's left eye is irreparably the JIr.CALL.*765.9393** A .C.SO.NVlL*9 F1 A.
sinking fund treasurer: the Ptreet Day Slate
Fine Arts at Howard !Wall Journal damaged, apparently by a
Clarence Allen, business the bevy of beautious and Occupational Outlook
University. She was corrosive solution, police -
manager: Rdgar Lunsford formerly employed at Handbook. reported. Police The STRAND STARTING

reporter; Mrs. Mary Mil- Roosevelt High School in Among devices used by St. Paul A.M.E. Church also said Manns stated suHeAr

ton, chaplain; Mrs. Mar- the FAMU library ser- will Join the rest of
rest Palm Beach.
that he would *
prosecute.
garet Lunsford, enter- vice department to call the churches throughoutthe BIGGER THAN ,OMIT STlVISTtl .

tainment chairman; Mrs. Group Organizes attention to the advant- connection in the and Patrolmen M. Wiggins H.Edwards investi Jr. KING KONG I NTOAIlTNiW1

Lillie M. Harrison, sick ages of choosing careersin celebration of Founder'sreek.

committee chairman. Mrs. Hew Social Club library service have gated.
. . . { rii
School 9:30
Ernestine Austin and been poster and bulletin Sunday a.m. fir '

Miss Mary Jane Allen Meeting in the home of board displays inter- Mrs. L. Alyce M. Ingram, GIHL RFPORTF BEATINGNO : 3 oO J fl

complete the club mem Urs. Vlnona Mencer. 1811 views with counselorsand in charge W.P. Sweet BRUITS WITNFSSFSA. .

bership. ,. 23rd St.. a group of students distribu- Supertindent. ;: i yisisis

The next meeting will ladies organized a social tion of attractive brochures Bishop tr.F. Ball will teenage girl told police :

be held Wednesday at savings club and efforts to procure deliver the eleven 0' she was hit in the : STARRING

8 p.m. in the home of elected the following and establish scholarship clock sermon. Senior face when she stopped T

Mrs. Ernestine Austin officers.Mrs. funds for worthy Choir lone has been requested into an Ashley Dry STEVE REEVES

1731 IT. 15th St. during Mary L. Cooper, students, and efforts to to sing along Cleaning plant last Monday
Our Second Big Feature
which time the installa- president; Mrs. viola inspire each library with the Gospel Chorus to get warm while

tion of officers will be Faulk vice president ; service major to becomea Prof. A.N. Green Sr. and waiting for a cab, police -

supervised by Rev. R. Mrs. Jacqueline Small, recruiter. Mrs. Cornelia C. Wallace reported.The f10BERTMBBER uu 81EN

Scott, pastor of Mon- MIRE JANICF BRYANT secretary; Mrs. Dprothy Additional plans include respectively 1'1 ... ... ..willbe.at..... : ( young teenager said --
crief Baptist Church. Jackson, treasurer; Mrs. press releases, the instruments.Our she went to Ashley and "meIUNflfCSERIJEAJIT'IiL !

Members are urged to be models who will present Ruth Golden, financial statewide distributionof guest for the Morn- Broad streets to pay a .

present. the latest nilady's secretary; Mrs. Mildred packets of informa- ing service will be the bill for her mother. ( ;

fashions and hair McKnight. sinking fund tion on the professionto Boy Scouts of America.At Khile there, a man Iden- plus a Color Cartoon

Scouting Fete dos. treasurer; Mrs. Deloris Junior college coun- 3 o'clock the Ada -

Slated Feb. 17 The program has been Palner. business manager selors and high school Bracy Choir will sing at ( EDGEWOOD

completed and dancing Mrs. Essie Waters, chap- librarians and an all- Edward raters College.At AVENUE
At Ml. AraratBY will round out the even- lain and Mrs. Winona
out campaign during 6 o'clock the Religious -

ing's program. Mrs. Vil- Mencer reporter. National Library Week. Education Department Drive In

C. PAIR JOHNSON .ma Mc" hite is general Other members are Mrs. Each student majoringin will' present a Super Market

chairman and Miss Rose Louise Donaldson. Mrs. library service invited Drama Depicting Richard

Mt Ararat Baptist Telfair is co chairmanof Rosa L. Jackson and Mrs. one interested Allen.This will be under .-. .a'J. .
Church will be the the proeram. the direction of theA.C.F.
Delorls Johnson. The person to the monthly
scene of the mammoth League Mr. F.J.
DirectorSummer Of next meeting will be departmental seminar
observance of the fifty Townsend President. An
Institute held Saturday night at session in January.
three years of scoutingand after service Pev. Dixon
8 o'clock in the home of After viewing "The Librarian
three years of the DIRECTOR OF INSTITUTE Mrs. Mary L. Cooper a film which of Mt. Olive Primitive

Scouts radio program Dr. Isreal Glover, head Baptist Church and Pev.
4226 Harrison Street.
traced the career of a y
which will be held at of the mathematics department R.A. King of PayneTbopel -

3:30 p m Sunday Feb at Florida A&M Fla. A &M Prof. young after his college decision student to A.M.E. Church rill Dpei 7 days a week L. Free Delivery

1'7 University will serve be with us. _
Completes Study become librarian the
I as director of a summer * *
The ROOSEVELT discussed _
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tunities. Qualifications 7 to 12
Doable Feature sponsored by the litter bit in the litter basket. a... ,...
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SundayMondayTnesdaj Rackley professor of the severe shortage of -- ---
tion. FAMU was awardeda ,
and directorof librarian
education
$27,300 grant by the
"DEFIANT DAUGHTERS"and
the communicationsCenter I Plenty of
Foundation for the Institute -
at Florida A&lf
which will be DUVAL BUILDERS

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