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I HOME REPAIR RACKET PROBE REVEALS


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,' !! )WNTOWN BOYCOTT 1 a committee GAINESVILLE---A Strict conducting Legislation state an legislative investigationinto Urged sub-



Shell homes and home repair rackets

here Friday, Feb. 22, came to the con-
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clusion that the state is unknowlingly

( NAACP POSTPONED supporting the unlawful operations with

ta welfare payments. *

According to Rep. Other disclosures revealed -

* * NAACP Delays Boycott ActionAs 6 + William O'Neill of 0- by State Atty.

cala the committee Randall Slaughter of
i
L- learned that state Live Oak stated that
ro Candidates i IH RuH-Offs Committees Bend Efforts
S. welfare payments had oftimes property

been increased in some mortgage papers signedby

Sets Ail-Time Florida Record For Negro Hiring Downtown s cases to help the needy homeowners were

meet mortgage payments sold to mortgage companies -
TALLAHASSEE---As Last minute efforts on the part of bi-
a result of last tues- deuandea by unscrupulous and were again
racial committees working to offset a .
day' s elections three Negroes--repre- concerns. later sold.He .
boycott of downtown stores which had been ,
senting Duval Dade/ and Escambia countieswon j Testimony taken during continued that home
set to start on March 1, if downtown
-- runoff positions in the ballotingfor the day-long hearing repair racketeers of-
stores failed to meet the demands of the
37 seats in the State Legislature.This also disclosed that fered illiterate home
is believed to be. Jacksonville NAACP for hiring of Negroes IVERY OPS. JR. 38. of 4361 Jerome Ave. .
and owners repair to
county
building money
the largest number of in sales and clerical positions brought received the Carnegie Bronze award and
trades representativestold cover costs of worl
Negro candidates to run results with the announcement that the $750 from Commissioner Louis Ritter dur- which the
Rev. W.C. Dobbins a committee members company itSelf -
for legislative seats planned action will be postponed.Two ing a special halftime ceremony during
Methodist minister from that enactment of tighter did not do.
in Florida--even during committees com- S a a a s a a the Harlem Globetrotters-Atlantic Sea
the national office laws would be the Suggestions that Shell
Pensacola faces Phil from -
the
Reconstruction posed of members of Gulls basketball game in the Coliseum
Ashler in Escambia's of the NAACP in most effective manner homes should be out-
Chamber of Commerce and Wednesday night. Elps saved two fellow
Group 3 race. organizing the proposed in combating the scan- lawed were given by
coffee tank
in
Negro leaders rep- workman from suffocation a

.;..,;;;, =. < resenting several boycott program, Rut- at the Maxwell House Coffee plant,755 E. dals. Phillip Bamer, developer -
r. ledge Pearson presi. Two Counties Hard Hit of Lincoln
i.' facets of the colored Bay St. last year.Supreme .
t dent of the Jackson- Alachua and Taylor estates IB Gainesville
community have been
1 ville branch said the counties in central a low-cost housingwas
1t holding conferences and Court Reverses
t movement is Florida not
working on methods of "purely were reportedto as good as

local and independentof have been the two conventional type
smoothly solving some 187 Sit-in Convictions
gym I.t.I. of the racial and the national body." counties hardest hit hous ing.ERaer .

.. ; economic problems that even though the NAACP as \iASIlIN TON---By an 8-1 majority vote by the scandals. recommended that

confront the area. a, whole has been purl. the Supreme Court Monday .reversed.any ,Mrs. Margaret Quimby, the state enact laws

j Realizing that 'a boy- suing'a course to obtain ..unconstitutional lower court breach of a social work super- requiring a-financial -

cott at this time full citizenship peace convictions against 187 Negro students visor of the Welfare statement or record

jI' could possibly lead to a and equal opportunitiesin who demonstrated against segrega- Department at Perry from Shell homes doing

T similar outbreak as every phase of life. tion on the grounds of South Carolina' said nearly*half of business in Florida.

that which brought Members of the Negro state capitol at Columbia. Taylor County's victims Sheriff J. M. Crevasse

violence to Jackson- committee which confers Justice Tom Clark delivered -' s s s s having signed away their Jr.,of Alachua County

t; regularly with the Cham- property thought they said foreclosuresoften
:.y. ville in August 1960 the only dis- Robinson
.. Says
the two groups have ber of Commerce groups senting vote. were signing repair con- involved low income -

E. D. JACKSONThe E t CARROLL been working on ways include: Dr. W.W. Schel The majority opinion No Funds tracts. These selfsame groups who failed

three run-off Although five Negroeswere to improve the employ- chairman; L. I. Alexander; held that the March 2, For victims were either to understand the

1 candidates are Atty. E. candidates in Dade ment status of Negroes I.H. BAirney, Earl M. 1961 arrests at Columbia Boxers' TripGeorge elderly or were on wel- signing of unread

County's race. Miami fare, she continued. .
D. Jackson of Jackson- and rectify certain Johnson. Leander Shaw violated free papers.He
school teacher James and Eric Robinson execu- Mrs. mentionedone the
ville who led the group Earl prejudiced policies ina Stelley speech and rights of tive Quinby further urged
Carroll was the only 0. Simpson.The secretary of the 80-year-old recommend
to
5 race in Duval County.Jackson' one that would be woman committee
manner assembly during the recreation board which
s opponent is gaining a sufficient acceptable to both chamber group which demonstration. ordered the whose $50 a month wel- laws requiring home repair -
closing of
yet to be named. A recount number of' votes for a races.A works through eight sub- Giving the majority Jacksonville's fare check was her only companies to file

run-off. He is opposedby committees with J.J. swimming Shp had court
is due to select spokesman for the Justice 'Potter Stewartin pools dealt another bio income. signeda papers in circuit

Group 5's second place Lee Weissenborn in local National Associa- Daniels president of conceding that the at Negro athletes $49 a month mortgageto clerk s office priorto
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Group 4. Stockton What ley, and and
winner. repair her home. doing business.

The other four Miami tion for the Advance' Davin & Co. serving as students demonstrations recreation in general ...-.- -.-.-.._.... ........ -.- .. .-..- -.... .
I ment of Colored People constituted breach of when he refused to senda
candidates were Rev. chairman is composedof
told the Florida STAR peace under state law, team of Negro boxersto Ministers Desegregate
Edward T.
Graham
Atty. that the idea of a : employment of the law participate in the
James W. Matthews Dr. Beaufort. C.T.Ade James
Selective Buying again the students AAU meets in New York Atlanta Baking Company
Carl E. Yaeger J>.. and Cameron Charles Campbell -
Program or boycott has infringed on their next week.Although.
Atty. Harold L. Brayton.All W.T. Christy ATLANTA---The Negro ministers here this
not been abandoned. He 'protected rights of three young
the Negroes ran on James H. Coppedge. J.E. week announced that the Atlanta Baking
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said it has been 'post free. ;speech, free assembly Negro boxers with good
the Democratic ticket. Davis. Robert Feagin ",. Company, makers of Betsy Ross ani Sunbeam
poned" from the March and freedom to pugilistic records are
Campaign drum are already Louis J. Finske. Harry Bread has granted their request and employed -
1 date to give the bi- petition 'for redress of eligible to participatein
being beaten for Gonzalez. William Ham- eight new workers, desegregatedrest
the meet Robinson is
racial committees an opportunity their grievances.
the second primary which rick W.J. Hicklin Jr.. room and lunch rOOM facilities and
their
to affect Representing the city blocking entry
will be held on March 12. Ervin Jackson Jr., Ham with the claim that he further agreed to a non-discri.lnatory
for meeting the high schools and Benedict -
means G. Kincaid, Richard J.Lewlnson. has no funds for their hiring policy in the future. Among the
Cafe Owner NAACP request for College the stu-
Ira Koger. travel expenses. persons hired were seven route salesmenand
wider employment dents marched ta.the
Thomas R. McGehee; one office worker.a *
Assault One of the eligible
Faces "
downtown stores.It capitol grounds carrying -
,
Glenn Marshall Jr. boxers. Herbert Dolloson This marked the third
was also indicated signs which read, their right to a* ade-
Murder Ckaijes Raymond Mason Arthur W was voted the most out company to adopt fair
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that the postponement I am proud to be a em ate'livelihood.
Milan Robert L. Milius. employment practices at
standing boxing recently. -
Cafe James Sim- in addition to giving Negro and ','down with A select delegation of
owner Robert Millar, James .
Milton Harrell won the request of the
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W. the committees segregation. ministers picketed the
more
C. DOBBINS mons is being held on Mullaney Robert Neigh- ail his bouts in the re- ministers and operation .
assault to murder char- time to solve the issue The demonstrationswere Highland Bakery on
bors. R Eugene Orr. cent meets locally and Breadbasket. Colonial
also gives the NAACP an said to have Friday afternoon from4to6
which took place at
ges Harry Reinstine. Frank- is qualified to enter
and
Solon Southern Bakeries
Negro ....
his place of business opportunity to plan fora lasted for 30 minutesbut
lin G. Russell. Gert h. the national champion- earlier
agreed to hire
more effective boycottin the students were Rev. J. D. rier of
Tapped By JC'sA1t.A.TA 3111 Moncrief Road police W Schnidt J.I. Shands ships. Another young and upgrade Negro work-
Methodist
Port Street
the event the employment then arrested when they
reported.
Ivan H, Sli tho James R. fighter who partici- ers giving an additional the
Enoch situation is ignored police ordersto Church reported
Jones. 21, of
Stockton Sr. D.H.
Atty. LeroyR. pated in the AAU meets 185000.00 annually in
gotiatiocwith
sttceeesfal -
not remedied in a rea- disperse.
Johnson. Georgia's sonable time after Stynchcomb. Marion E. last year and won all Jobs which had previously Atlanta Baking

first Negro State Sena- ""'">'. March 1.Asked Sweet. William Terry Sr.. The URBAN LEAGUE his fights until he developed been denied Negro Ooa aay.

tor in 92 years was, one <" Herbert Underwood.; Needs' a fever and was workers..
whether the NAACP Operation Breadbasketis
of the five Atlantans Claude J. Yates and C. Your Support prevented from going The ministers
are sponsored by 440
recently named as the was expecting assistance Howard Hill. into the ring is Allen
presently engaged in ministers of Atlaata

city's outstanding Young ."I Bfecta School Bsrgisriztd Negro-Beating Cop Fined Johnson negotiations with and vi ciai ty. Dr.
Men for 1962 by the Atlanta No local whites are
Merita Bakery in an attempt Ralph Ab.r.athy serves
Junior Chamber of Qualified
to get sixteen
the of Call
1A capacity
k Isaiah Blocker Recreation department
Commerce Elementary LEBANON. Tenn. ---In pursue the case.. So, jobs for Negro workers. Man for the meetingsof
Other honorees school reported si secretary George Robinson -
includedDr. line with CORE'S cur- This would mean 41 Negro -
Lebanon 'C0Kg the Priority Ooanittee -
arranged
Ronald E. Goldstein \ Monday that an estimated rent ..". claims that lack of
campaign to halt workers in total
.ll for its attorney a which directsthe
dentist; James B. Pil- '" $48.02 worth of food- funds prevents the department -
,.. stuffs police brutality against Avon Williams, to work rorce of more than, project.
_
cher attorney; JosephL. i :, had been stolen from under-
.k' } the
Sheehan advertising ; : _<.. from the Cafeteria. local Negroes handle it. writing trip somethingthat 200 wprkers. Jai Wanai Atteups
decided
tc
croup To date the
-
one company
Hissing items The outcome was a
and James L. Townsend reported has been done in
editor "Atlanta Magazine JAMES SIMMONS missing included: 1-131t come to the aid of court victory which the past He said that which has refusedto To Commit Sricte

'.' 3411 stuart St. said he ham 5 No. 6 cans of Zdward Lee Shorter, a say well help avert a the department lost grant the eight Miss Paallae

his lunch meat 12-% Negro whoa a county repeat performance of last jobs asked for is Dixon of
Nominations were submitted and girl were in the ; pints constable money month sponsoring 1032 W. MTal St. told

by Atlanta citi- Ladies restroom when of Bilk: 3-10 pound bags slugged without this type of police the recent boxingmatches Highland Bakery. The ]police she was frustrated

Sions of hamburger 231-5 provocation. vi ol ence. Af-ter here.Robinson's ministers have instructed -
zens and civic organi- cue and shot ; SJo'rter.antecf'to file after her husband left
zations. To be eligible through the door the cents cups of ice cream Shorter told his storyon action in their coggregatlons ;
her sad drank two glasses
must be 35 bullet hitting Jones in and 1-case of cheese. assault charges against the witness stand blocking the Negro not to buy.bread .
a person '>f a bleach and
potash
Constable Wilson
of or younger the leg. Jones was takento Patrolaen V. Wiggins Denny, the court found Con fighters' trip was Interpreted from companies
;years age lixtareSbe .
sad a resident of metropolitan Duval Medical Center and H. Harley investi- but he did not havesufficient stable Denny guilty and as another me which refuse respect toI
was treated at Duval
Atlanta. for trest ent. gated. funds to fined him ISO. of his prejudiced moves the Negro citizenry and
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.. 4 FLORIDA STAR" _' r SATURDAY MARCH .2, 1903

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.ALYSOH E. WISE...............News Editor RELIGIOUS RACIAL Negro Must Erase Money,

MELBA WOOTEN....................Circulate Naaager COLOR .}f'#jr' Power, Greed Author Advises


MAIN OFFICE HATRED./ ATLANTA Ga.---The American Negro does not
& PLANT y
I need the white man's Faustian obsession

,, with money and power, a prominent Negro

2323 Moocrief Road....Phone Elfin 4-6782- ip' author declared here, Thursday, Feb. 21.

-EL 4-6783 : Lerone Bennett. Jr. author of a recently

t t <.. sue"' .1.4 published history of the American Negro

MAILING ADDRESS: I said, "this is my personal

P. 0., Box '561, Jacksonville 1 1. Florida muslims.disagreement" with the Black

SUBSCRIPTION RATES -_w. S. A \:\ r t c II R *'By following the white man +l

in his worship of skin color
me: Year $6.00 '- Halt Year $4.00 by following the white man it1,'

I Mailed, to yon Anywhere in the united States .r I 1.$', his lust for money and power,1'

Subscription payable in Advance J by following the white man in

' -Send Cheak or Money order to: 4J !' I IW his denial of' the brotherhood gfa Ks

,FLORIDA STAR P. 0. BOX 561 ; ) of man, Black Muslims are fol- "* **>3|

Jacksonville I, Florida a lowing the sincerest form of SIMPSUN

1 ;, :: :;..11e flattery--imitation, Bennett declared.

t l ,t ac44 His book, "Before the Mayflower" traces
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AFRICA AT A GLANCEON the American Negro back to 1619--a yearp>e-

5 ; fore the Mayflower landed on our shOJtes.In .

RECORD e an address at Clark College here, Bennett -

KINGSTON-ANP---Highlights of the Independence -- :: e a, declared that the Black Muslims say:

celebrations of Jamaica have 'The white man has been beastly; let's

been recorded on 33 1/3 long playing discs imitate him. Instead Bennett said, he
NO WORLD PEACE UNTIL I THESE HATREDS ARE SUBDUED
by the Government Information Service of believes that "The white man, generally

the Ministry of Development and Welfare.The speaking, has been beastly; let us--all of

record, which contains excerpts 'from five us, Negroes and whites--transcend him."

of the major historic events which took The Chicago authorwho currently is work-

place in Jamaica Broadcasting Corporation, ing on a book on Martin Luther King Jr. ,

with music arranged by Carlos Malcolm, and t: Your Weekly said a growing number of young writer,?ad

technical operations handled by Cecil Wattsof artists believe that there is little hope

JBC. .., for the Negro if he continues to accept,
COMMEMORATIVE' STAMP uncritically and completely, the values,

UNITED NATIONS-ANP---A new stamp, in HoroscoBy goals and ideals of this civilization."The .
two denominations and commemorating the peG u ide1 Negro who accepts the ideals of

concerted drive by the UN on poverty, ignorance blondness must, and inevitably does, hate

and disease throughout the world ;, ,"., himself," Bennett declared. "The Negro

has been issued to coincide with the Geneva PABLO The ASTROLOGER who accepts completely the success and

meeting of the UN Conference on Science and power ethic must also hate himself, because -
Technology, from Feb. 4-20. The stamp's WHICH ARE YOUR LUCKY DAYS FOR there is no defense for an unavenged

main pictorial element is also the emblem defeat in power ethic.
being used at the UN meeting in Switzerland BUSINESS LOVE TRAVELARIES Hence it is that some Negroes hate

TEACHERS COLLEGE themselves and their history because their

OWERRI, Nigeria-ANP---May) 1 is the tar- forefathers were slaves and not slave

get date for the opening of an advanced owners," Bennett declared.

Teacher Training college, one of five such CANCER Bennett said that the 'Negro has as much
out
llBnA I your real friends
schools to be established with the help of Born to offer the American white man as the
March 21st thru Born June 22nd thru from those with an
UNESCO. The school, which will be joinly I Born Sept. 23rd thru American white man has to offer the American
April 19th axe of their own to
managed by UNESCO and the Eastern Nigerian July 22nd Oct. 23rd Negro.
grind--some of them
Government for the first five years,. will You can get your- You can get so ball- only too ready to "Blood, sweat, tears, brains, brawn anda

have an initial intake of 150 students.AIR self into a messy Thrifty you usually ed up in your fren- sink it in some- certain dark joy; these are the gifts of

LINKS hole if yon borrow are but the pres- zied finance, borrow- body's back. Be leery the Negro to America.." Bennett declared.

BANGKOK-ANP---Since January 1, the air- more than you can sures to loosen the ing from Peter to pay of favors with a Tracing the growth of the Negro popula-

lines of the Federation of Malaya and pay off in a hurry. purse strings and ,Paul that it would string attached to tion in America'- s major cities Bennattsaid'some .
Thailand have been operating a pool arrangement -' It seems so impor- spend your hard- take an electronic them and dodge any city-leaders are trying to frantically ;

bf their civilian air service in tant to make a earned cash are almost calculator to who are primed to stop it with Urban Renewal and

an effort to promote the aims and objectives splash or to out- too strong to straighten things out try for a touch. By "other finger-in-the-dike plans. But

of the Association of South East shine your competi- resist. Don't be deceived Don't expect friendsto midmonth you're clear they are attempting, he said "to cure a

Asia. The Cathay Pacific Airways is expected to tion in a touch but when and by what looks bail you out: itwas headed enough to read cancer with dandruff remover."

to be next to join the pool, thus romance like a bargain. You rrobably their the signs and all are Noting that whites run to the suburbs as

providing service between Bangkok, Hong all effect the strainingfor is will find the old kookey example thpt happier when you're the ghettos spread, Bennett declared that

Kong, Singapore, Kuala Lumpur and inter- over rule holds that larded you in a tangle safe in the fold. the"large cities of America are fast approaching -
mediate points. it adds up to a big most of the time you in the first Joe Louis' iron law of runman-

DIVISION zero. Stick to your get what you pay for 4-30-55-13-81-135( 'Whi tes but cannotrun
last and let othersgo place. Go to the pig- ship: can run, they
OUAGADOUGOU-ANP---For Administrativereasons no more and some- gy bank as a last resort but they cannot hide forever."
adventuring
Upper Volta is to be divided into you'll then have; times less a Pleasant good deal and only with Bennett declared that since the Negro arrived -

four departments: Central, Eastern, B lac k cause for real re- the promise to" put it AOUARIUS in America--way back in 1619--he has

Volta, and ,Upper Basins, each to be administered joicing.4SO6516ZM95. diversions restorethe all: back. Born Jan. fCth thru brought a vitality to America which is
balance the last .
by a prefect, with its own d e- Feb. 18th much needed among the middle classes--

partmental councils being elected by rural two weeks 1-40-09-18-56-149 both Negro and white.

and municipal councils. Capitals of each 5-70- 6-15-62-S76 Americans who have, by and large, mortgaged -
department are, respectively, OuagadougouGourma TAURUSBorn Born SCORPI\ I You can take it when their souls for pieces of tin from
Oct.1th! thru
Koudougou, and Bobcdiouisso.TV April I 119th thru called on the carpetfor Detroit and "split-level caves in middle

IN '63 May 20th LEO, Nov.. C2nd your own mistakesbut class hells" can use some of the Negro'slifegiving !
nation-wide'television it's not so easy
PALA-ANP---A
force, Bennett said.
Born 23rd thru
July
network is expected to be in operation in A good time to find Aug. 22nd You ar*? "nf to have when you bear the Mississippi-born Bennett was graduatedfrom j

Uganda by next October, according to Harry out whether the peo- a lopsided view of brunt for others'shortcomings Morehouse College Atlanta. He cur ,

Engel American TV expert who has been ple you're tied up Family complicationtend everything, with the or rently is senior editor of Ebony e., ,
named television advisor to the Uganda with are likely to to crowd every too easy co 'plaint blunders. This is no Chicago. .-

Minister of Information, Broadcasting and reflect credit or thing else from your that no one under- time, however to try 'Before the Mayflower"" has been nominated -

Tourism. The network is to consist of six discredit upon you. mind, but nobody stands you--least to explain or clarify for a Pulitzer Prize. '
named you Atlas so of all those who make matters; they' 11 clearup
be
stations, with the first covering the Kam- The family may
why try to carry the the rules. Take any by themselves! and
pala-Entebee-Jinja-Marsaka area. Cost of right in viewingsome
whole world on your criticism that's com you'll cone out ahead SHOWING THE FLAGThe
the project is estimated to be about of your teammates .
own shoulders? Tac- ing to you and throw just because you refused -
need for merging this
$700,000. with a jaun- country's two
kle each day's tasksas to rake a fuss.
off the rest. By mid-
international airlines--Pan American and
NATURAL VERSUS SYNTHETICKUALA diced eye; if you
LUMPUR-ANP---About 400 Indians' fly to their defenseyou it comes up; not month you'll find Let others come valiantly TWA--can be quickly explained with a
only does it draw an plenty of friends and to your res- little set of statistics. Some 10 years
from Mozambique--the largest single groupto may find you replaying
earned reward but cronies ready to take cue. ago these two U.S.-flag lines carried 63
be repatriated so far--arrived at Bombay on the wrong
helps to give you a your part and rebuilda per cent of all trans-Atlantic passengers.Now .
recently. Among them was Mohan Govind, a side of the fence.As .
more hopeful slant. deflated ego. 2-60-77-17-53-267 they carry about half that proportion
dress of whom the fog clears
designer Lourenco Marques,
Do your best and despite the fact that nearly two-thirds of
the Portuguese had accused of being a spy. midmonth, common
ward off the dol- 9-50-88-19-35-958 the passengers are American citizens. One
indicates PISCES I
ORGANIST-INTERVIEWEE sense
drums when a side- unhappy result, among many has been an
LONDONAAYo) Bankole young Nigerian where your loyalty kick lets you down. SAGITTARIUS I torn Feb. 10th thru adverse balance of payments situation 'approaching .
composer of a Christmas cantata based on really belongs.
million That
280Efl81283VIRGO $250 a year. meansa
March 20th
Yoruba folk melodies premiered in Cambridgelast Born Nov. 23rd thru constant drain on our gold reserves.
Christmas, will be a guest on the BCC 7-30-11-13-58-731 The of these 0.
Dec. 21stMaintain foreign-flag competitors
Dig in with a willno
General Overseas Service's "Monthly Music
S. lines are government-owned and govern-
Review A former scholar at Clare / matter how dull
organ GEMINI
Born Aug. 23rd thru a bland ment-subsidized. They are prestige opera-
tasks.If .
your piled up
College Cambridge, he has broadcast from
London on a number of occasions. Born I May :21st:! thru Sept. 22nd front even though all you fall behind, tions. They are generally operated by deliberate -
June 21st sorts of tales are it will be hard to policy, at heavy losses. The Pan

/ You're a demon for coming at you to foment catch up and you'll Am-TWA merger is designed to regain more
work but it's time> suspicion and of the passenger and cargo business by
4-H CLUB WEEK IS COMINGNational Since anything you be burning the mid-
say can so easily be to call a halt whe t throw you off base. night oil when othersare providing more frequent schedules mud
the shirkers all. a wider choice of departure hours, and to
twisted and turned dump than a playing. A mid-
more
4-H Club Week which is to be observed It takes efficient utilizationof
against you discre- all their more thank- of salt to month excursion or make possible more
du ling the March 2-9 period deser- few grains and facilities. One result it
ves special attention.We tion becomes the less chores on your' sift solid fact from congenial study group aircraft }
better part of valor doorstep. Dump then 1 morbid do can do much to dispelthe is hoped, will be increased earnings as I
live in a time in which juvenile delinquency fancy, so service--and increased
these first two right back, and with 1 noto make the mistake worries or dis- well as better 1
has become national problem of
a earnings sorely needed if AMerica'sselfsupporting
are
great and growing dimension.Every possible weeks. Mum's the them the.lazy rela- f rising to the comforts of the first investor-owned inter-

force needs to be brought to bear againstthe word even if those tives or coworkersthat ; bait. Midmonth gives two weeks. Be up-to- to meet the competition -
airlines
are
dismaying trend. The 4-H movement rank you work or live are so ready tc! proof that you're date so you can go national government-owned
high in this respect.The with get their feel- take advantage oi: well thought of whereit with the crowd. of subsidized,
combines.
men and women who belong to the ings hurt becauseyou your dood nature. counts. foreign-flag
young .
commercial problem.The
Keep health and This is not Just a
haw to
far-flung 4-H organizations learn steadfastly refuse ; -22-1542.621 710,331696713DON'T;
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airlines in this Jet age
to take overseas
spirits
make the most of the land, how to handle to take sides. up factor in the inter-
advantage of your are an important
animals how to develop character within a Don't.believe. all
,
States.
of the United
relations
good times that enliven BE A national
natural and healthy environment. They bear you hear: Dame Rumor CAPRICORNBorn I
far
in those
show our flag
the whole picture They help
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the future s out on a ram- thru LITTBRBUGIpublic
within them to a great extent Dec. 22nd world where the flag needsto
from midmonth I corners of the
discipline and solidity of this so sift the
page
19th
strength Jan.
Mf Mashed as a in the larger sense, is
This
facts. onward. ., ..... .:1. serviceo be shown. ,
nation. se e! :r of the
of all in favor
best argument
0 In cooperation: with the
to 4-H Week. May it be a resounding -
All power success l 8-10-77-14-78-817 It' s time to sort 'I'.. The ACvatsing CoundI merger.PAQE'2 .



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Surprise Birthday Celebrants .:' ."
Party
BIRTHS ,,: Y Yr DA Observing

t.'
t ;:Iif?..xti. s Mr. and Mrs. Hilliard; 'Career Week'

2915 E. Edgewood Ave. ;
Students at Douglas
v Boy.
Anderson High School are
Mr. and Mrs. Frank Mc- observing the school's

Daniel; 615 Court ,F. ; annual "Career Week. "
Girl.
The theme for this week
Mr. and Mrs. Melvin >.' is, "Choosing A Career

.- r.x Bryant; 1997 W. 20th St. That Counts." Counselor

Girl. Florence T. Johnson is
i Mr. and Mrs. Marvin
general chairman of
Black; 6117 Ardisia Rd. ; :
events.

I = Girl. --,;""'..,-...".."- Career Week is set a-
? Mr. and Mrs. Edward W J.-'i i., -.:: "--,"
: side in order that stu-
Day 2826 Ave.
I Boy.; Nepthune ; z. dents their might academic scrutinize assets

\ Mr. and Mrs. Franklin \. and liabilities and i!

Itf &L: f McKesson; 5745 Irish choose for themselves a

Blvd. ; Boy. \' profession or vocation
r1 .... Mr. and Mrs.. Roland '
1! 'of .J that their mental ca-
Io ,, Cockfield; 2538 Thames
'' ;' will enable
!-- t Stephens-Rosier Celebrants pacities
-. --' Street; Boy.
them to reach. Many stu
:;' ,. Mr. and Mrs. Clarence NEttLY WEDS---During an impressive early dents fail because they

Collins; 1209 W. 28th evening ceremony held Feb. 15th in the try to enter fields

Street; Boy. residence of the officiating pastor Rev. above their mental

Mr. and Mrs. Francis Marcius 0. T. King. Miss Barbara Ann ranges.

Jenkins; 1108 Dora St. ; Stephens, the daughter Mr. and Mrs. Each homeroom teacher

Boy. Arthur Hagans, became the bride of John interviewed his students
; Mr. and Mrs. Kennith Edward Rosier, the son of Mr. ;and Mrs. separately to make sure

Clair; 3125 Franklin Joseph Rosier Sr. The bride was attendedby that they start thinking

Street; Boy. Mrs. Juanita McTawmatron of honor, about their futures now.

Mr. and Mrs. Leroy and Rev. W. H. Rosier, brother of the The D.A. Library has

"- Jones; 2618 Wisteria groom was bestman. Time and place of the been busy with many stu-

Street; Girl. reception will be announced later in dents who are performing
Mr. and Mrs. Eddie
MRS. DOROTHY JOHNSON (fifth from left) was the recipient of* a surprise birthday party Judson the Florida STAR. research into many of
1208 Dora St.
given Sunday, Feb. 17 in the home of Mrs. Estella Lee, 515 W. Beaver St. The honoreewas Girl. ; ; (Royal Art Studio Photo) the new fields that have

showered with numerous, lovely gifts and a bountiful buffet luncheon was served. been opened to them.
Mr. and Mrs. Edgar Kidd Fashion ShowPlanned
Attendees shown from left are: Mrs. Estella Lee hostess; Mrs. Kayte Strickland, Mrs. College ChoirSchedule During the week many
1599 W. 35th St. ; Girl.
Bettye Vaughn, sister of the honoree; Levi Johnson, the honoree husband; the honoree; Mr. and Mrs. Theodore By consultants were on

Pasco and Mrs. Jackson, Mrs. Minnie Lee Brown and C. J. Simon. campus to lecture to
Wells; 65 Edgar St. ; DA FacultyThe
(Royal Art Studio Photo) students interested in
faculty of Douglas
Mar. ProgramsNEW various occupations Some
Girl Scouts Anderson High School are
of these persons were:
Boy.NG YORK seven choral now making preparationsto
SOCIALLY Mrs. Annette Espy, Mrs.
ReadyingCookie SP'EAKI renditions of the Psalms.I present their annual
Mary A. Smith, teaching;
presented by the choirsof Family Variety Show.
Mrs. A. B. Sneed. Mrs. R
seven different members This talent-packed affair
Louise
Sale By Guinyard
F Mills, nursing; Dr.
of the United Negro will be held on Monday
Jacksonville Urban. League supporters will have Tolbert School is also confined to Brewster. L.B. Childs. medical
Annual cookie sale time College Fund, will open night. March 11. at 8p.m.
for the Gateway City fun in their next effort for this worthy organiza Ill at home is Mrs. Janie Avery, of 1504 West the March Negro College in the gymtorium. services; Mrs. Geneva

Girl Scouts Council will tion--dancing to the music of COUNT BASIE and his Twenty-first Street. We are wishing a speedy recovery Choir Series" over the This affair is presentedeach Wheeler secretarialwork
band. "The Count'1 will be at the Duval County for them. ; Mrs Mary Betsch
begin Wednesday. Mar 6 ABC Radio Network. year in order to
Armory March 13, the business Attorney Karl
sponsored by Jacksonville ;
when orders will be delivered ..y. ... .... ... .. .. ... The musical settings assist the delegates to
this week and Urban League Guild.. ,Table reservations are available ranging from 16th cen- professional meetings. Johnson, law; Robert

sales will continue, it ( and tickets will be sold at convenient loca- Mrs. Sara Lbvett was hostess when Kelvinette tury traditional songs to There will be an admission Maduro Sr. sports; Mrs

was announced this week. tions throughout the city, as well as by guild Bridge Club met last Saturday evening. She enter- 20th century compositionswill charged. Evelyn Barnes art; Mrs.

The annual sale is a members. tained members and guest players in her home on be sung by the The functioning com- Kate Graves, beauty culture -
Cleveland Road.Mesdames mittees that are now in M/Sgt. William

joint Girl Scouts qffort and by adultsto the .... .... .... ... .... .... Nan Fletcher, Evelyn Barnes, Mozelle College choral groups of Texas of, Xavier Wiley progress to make thisyear's Lanton armed forces;
talented affairone
aid in Rhoux, and Dorothy Dunlap were guest players. The University of Louisiana, E.A. Horst electronics;
national perpetuatinglocal and Mr.. and Mrs.:,johnnj,.Wheeler were hosts to several latter was high scorer, but each received a gift Tuskegee Institute of duction of the Committee best are under: Pro- Ben Durham Jr. .mechanics
friends last Monday evening, the occasion Mrs. Elizabeth Jasmin
International programs being from the hostess. Alabama st. Paul's Col- the chairmanship of Miss
social work,Mrs. Dorothy
Projects benefitted by Johnnie s birthday. Mesdames Doris Bennett, Barbara Harper, Celestine lege and Hampton Insti- Ida L. Logan; Publicity Turner, bookkeeping; Mra
the sales includes the Included among well-wishers were: Mr. and Mrs.L. Nicks and Thelma Greene were recipients of club tute of Virginia, Bennett Committee chairmaned by Norma White, c.Blocker .

Senior Roundup camping I. Alexander, Atty. and Mrs. Releford McGriff, prizes. College, and St. Augus- Mrs. E.T. Reed; Souvenir
program and campingship. Mr. and Mrs. Jim Jones, Mr. and Mrs. Thomas i\aker. Other members participating in the meeting included tine's College of North Program Committee with

Local troops also bene- Dr. and Mrs. Christopher Brewington, Mrs. Lillian Mrs. Dorothy 'Oliver, Mrs. Pearl Mackey, Carolina. The program Chester R. Cowart as Band s

fit ,by cookie sales Goolsby, ...HenrY..8eUhcr'Mrs.. Marie McClain, Johnnie,. Mrs. Pauline Davis and Miss Daisy Gil Hard. will originate in New, chairman and the Decora-
since Holden and Miss Martha L. Perry. York City March 3 and --
it
enables Commit-
them to .. tion-Arrangement Annual Concert
earn money for projects, As usual, everyone had a delightful time. .... .... ... .... .. .. .... be re-broadcast by affiliated tee under the chairman- '

supplies, trips, ABC stations ship of E. Gibson.
ment and other necessi-equip- .... .... .... .... .... .... Mrs. Winona Britt was hostess when Les Treize across the country during The general chairman and Set For Mar. 8fh

ties. Bridge Club met Saturday evening in her Kinnon that week.A co-chairman for this

The public is urgently We're. still. hearing echoes from "AKA Week," Drive home. program devoted to sensational variety show The Isaiah Blocker Rand

requested to aid in this time concernipg_ the cocktail party given in Mrs. Sara Mae Richardson was guest player. English composers sung are Principal Chester R. will present its annual

helping the young ladiesto honor of the wonderful sorors. Jacksonville Alumni Miss Gwendolyn Schell, Mrs. V&norian Schell and by St. Augustine s Col- Cowart chairman and concert on Friday.

go over the top in Chapter of Kappa Alpha Psi Fraternity was host to Miss Coatsie: Jones were high scorers in the bridge lege Choir will be fea- Mrs. Marion Wilson Hart March 8th at 8 p.m. in
tured the week of March the school auditorium.
this year s annual project the group at the Eldorado Club last Tuesday eve- session, each receiving lovely prizes from the co-chairman.
10. i-
ning. hostess.
Mrs. Ruth C. Solomon, who heads local AKAs, was Other members in attendance at the meeting included Johnson C. Smith Uni- f

First CPA honored during the intermission. .other-.special Mrs. Margaret Sutton Mrs. Ruth Bonner, Mrs. versity will present of Charlotte the ,full N.C. .[3111 [3 E3.E3

activities included singing by both organizations, Carolyn Miller, Miss Ruth M. Broome, Mrs. Doris A. program the week of
and of course the Kappas serenaded the AKAs with Jones, Mrs. Lillian Singleton Mrs. Vivian Satter-
March 17.
their beautiful "Sweetheart Song." Alpha Kappa rhite and Mrs. Eleanor Gay.

Alpha sorors showed their gratitude by singingsome Four colleges affiliated

of their favorite songs, which werefavorably .. .. .... .. .. .... .... ....with the Atlanta University -

received by the Kappas. Center--Clark, .o. Spy

Music was furnished by the Eugene White Combo. REMEMBER! COUNT BASIE at the Duval County: Armory!Morehouse. Morris Brown

Robert Mitchell Pqlemarch of the Jacksonville on March 13, sponsored by the Jacksonville Urban and Spelman--will be

i Alumni Chapter of Kappa Alpha Psi Fraternity, was League Guild. Proceeds will benefit the parent|heard the week of March

P among members welcoming guests Tuesday evening. organization THE JACKSONVTILE URBAN LEAGUE. .24. SAL


s .... .... ..- ... .... ....

....;J\} Sorority Hears -- .
.. ,a Friends of Mrs. Marie Stewart are elated over reports =

RICHMOND Va.---The of the wonderful progress she is making
Mrs. Giradeau
Head of the Commerce after being seriously ill for several weeks. Mrs.

Department at Virginia Stewart is convalescing at Brewster Hospital.

Union University today
became .... .... .... .... .... .... Speaking before an attentive -
the first Negro audience during

woman ever to pass the the recent Negro History

state examination for Les Une Charmantes Bridge Club field its annual Week program presented by I )

certified public ac- party at the Eldorado Club Saturday night.The guest Alpha Gamma Chapter o f .'
/
.
counts. list was made up of husbands of members, who were Phi Delta Sigma Sororityin ,- r > -
Mrs. Ruth Hortense treated to a wonderfully entertaining evening. St. Paul AME Church .' :.:.i I l li

Coles Harris said she Naturally, the group had St. Valentine in mind, Mrs. A. S. Girardeau Our Regular (

decided to take the and they made their expressions through gifts to called attention tb many

exam because I thoughtit "secret sisters' and husbands, distributed by outstanding personalitiesof low Price

might increase my Mrs. Norma R. 1ihi tee the Negro race and
Reduced Even
More
effectiveness as a Attending the affair were: Mrs. Lydia Wooden 11(. gave their accomplishments. +
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teacher and serve as an and Mrs. Clarence V. Bostick. Mr. and Mrs. Oliver : .

inspiration to my stu- walker, Mr. and Mrs. Malcolm Sessions, Mr. and She reminded the youth LIMITED TIME ONLY

dents." Mrs. Jimmie Walker, Mr. and Mrs. Raiford BrownJr., that many of the leaders

Mrs. Harris, who livesat Mr. and Mrs. Russell Gregory, Mr. and Mrs. Rudolph had received their edu- '-
.. .
2816 Edgewood Avenue, Daniels, Mr. and Mrs. Reid E. Jackson II, and Mr. cation in local schools. .- -.- i .
was one of 36 persons and Mrs. Alvin White. She told her listeners i ,:

who passed the CPA that Negroes are now He a

exam, according to .... .... .... ... .... ... fighting for new freedoms t

Turner N. Burton, Director a new day: has begun and When Delilah Gave Samson That Famous : I
of the State Mrs. Lois Avery is among persons "felled" by new Negroes must not let \.. >t

Department of Pro- the flu "bug." She is confined to Brewster Hos these opportunities pass HAIR CUT

fessional and Occupational pital. else freedoms now at

Registration. Mrs. Aldonia Joyner, principal of Susie E. hand another may not hundred be regainedin years She Opened Up a Whole -

Schedule Replacement She closed her addressby
urging *You must not HEW FIELD FOR WOMEN

t r MATTIE'S N1iY- TALLAHASSEE central fail. Let us march on
Indoor paints and enamels, outdoor painU-any
( State College Ohio) til victory is won.
Will Have Her will replace Allen Uni- JacksonvilleBarber Kress Dependable paint is 10% off its regular low
price during this special savings event! Hurry!
versity the
on Florida
( Grand Opening Friday fAT t ASM University 1963 grid Offer good only from larch 1st to 23rd.
02Royal I Inc.
schedule, announced College -
# Jake : ,- : ',,--
( gaither FAMD' s head Crown. m : IIWNTIWN

k 1801 MYRTLE AYE. \ football coach and ath- Cola G. I. Approved 100% Air Cond. = ,. _S" : ..' MAIN, AT ADAMS

PHats !!.t..te....To. .. Hatch! W CooUgmj and letic site director will The be date announced 630 DAVIS ST. at Beaver Open Monday And Friday Niflts-

later JACKSONYILLE. FLORIDA 3501 Phillips Highway (PLAZA)





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1] Who's Who In Vagabonds Pictorial Highlights YWCA Girls Hike To BowlingJoining On College Tour

In the ensuing lines, the editors will 15. Mesdames Vera Rogers A. Bellamy the popular Members who will make FNI Receives

attempt to identify the persons in the Elizabeth Meuse Mr. and Mrs. Willie hiking wave which has this year's tour to Writer
pictorial line-up of frolicer at the Wells and- Henry Bellamy. swept the nation by Williamsburg. Va. are: Lecturer

Royal Vagabonds dance last Friday Feb. 22 16. Mrs. Dorothy A. Dunlap Mrs. Por- storm recently were members Patricia Pearson. Renee Gulf GrantST.
at the of the YWCA'S Blue
Duval
County .Armory. cher Taylor and Mr. and Mrs. C. Belton. Lilly Gilda Wynn Deborah NEW YORK south Afri-

1. Mr. and Mrs. Donell Butler 17. Mrs. W. D. Sweet and Mr. and Mrs.A. Triangle Club which lest Patsy Brin- can writer and lec- AUGUSTINE Florid

2. Miss Rosa Foster, Mesdames Carolyn Macon. started their march son Denise Lee Rox- turer Bloke Modlsane will Normal and Industrial

Williams Georgia Witsell, Rufus Williamsand 18. Mesdames D.A. Jones Edna L. Monroe Eighth from the St. YWCA and reached on I. anne Iszard and her speak to students of Vir- MemorIal 'College was

John Davis. Edna Leaport W. A. Jones and Edward Continental Bowl- mother. Mrs. Lois Is- ginia Union University notified Monday of this

3. Mesdames Eardean Taylor L. T. Everett Monroe. their destination in ard. Richmond Va. on March week that it was the recipient -
ing Lanes
Delores Rivers, Martha Matthews Johnnie 19. Vagabond Wives The club held its regular 7. Mr. Modi sane, who now of a Gulf Oil

Rivers and D. tyatthews. 20. Mr. and Mrs. Walter Zeigler Jr. two rest hours.period Following the group a meeting Thursday lives in London will Grant from the deli Oil

4. W. Sweet B. L. Canty E. Casesar 21. Mrs. Georgia Witsell Misses Rosa had dinner and then at 4 p. m.--this week-- discuss South African Corporation it was

.G. F. Cash admire.Cigarette Girl Marie Foster Chris Witsell and Warren Witsell. bowled. at the 'T' Girls in literature music and jointly release by Pre-

Brinkly. 22. Eric 0. Simpson and Mr. and Mrs.I the 4th. 5th and 6th dance. sident R. W. P.ryear of
the
5. Mesdames Eva Alexander,Evelyn Walker Jerry Iszard. Participating in grades are eligible to Touring under the FNIMC sad Craig Tboveoa'
Deborah lest
hike
and Altamese Bannister. 23. Mr. and Mrs. S. Speights and Mr. and Gilda were fjrnn.: Renee Lilly join. Membership fee is sponsorship of the United Director of Public Relations -

6. Mr. and Mrs. George Fortee with Mr. Mrs. D. Brown. Al Maria HcClain. Pamela $1.00. Negro College Fund, as for the Gulf Oil
24. Mr. and Mrs. Jessie Wilcox, Mr. and part of its Visiting Corporation Pittsburgh
and Mrs. Thomas Walker. Mrs. Leroy Jones, Hiss Charlsetta Spicer, Williams Cheryl Muse. Scholar Program Mr. Pa. This fact was emphasized -

7. Mesdames Annie Young Doris finite. Henry Williams, Mr. and Mrs. D. Butler Denetria Norman. Theresa Pest Season Fete Modlsane will visit other that Oulf Oil Corporation -
Graham and Davis Sandra Johnson
Hariett Graham Miss Joyce and Mrs. Julius Butler. UNCF member colleges will give wore
Ulysses Young. 25. Mrs. Tam Bryant. Patricia Pearson, club The Lily of the ValleySocial during his U.S. trip. than $17.000 to 34 ladej

8. Standing-Mrs. Dorothy Dunlap, Frank 26. Mr. and Mrs. C. Worten, Mr. and Mrs. president; AcQuanetta and Savings Club On his campus visits >e d..t Negro Colleges

Hampton and Miss Anne McIntosh. Seated- H. C. James Willie Sampser, Mrs. Deloris Hamilton Marian Mason held its annual post Mr. Modisane will also and Universities located

E. L. Caesar Mr. and Mrs. J. Allen and Mather and F. Gibson. Patsy .Brinson. Linda holiday season party recently meet students informally. in 13 states as a JUt of

Mr. and Mrs. J. Mitchell. 27. Mesdames M. W. Simpson H. Satter- litse; Denise Lee. in the home of in several of the 'col the eospaay's eoaprefcea-
Evanseline Shields and Mrs. King S. leges he will be honored
Mr. edvoatioa
sive aid to
9. Mrs. Williams, Ken Knight and Mr. white, faced by Eric 0. Simpson Misses
Queen Victoria Williams, Pussell. by groups of African stu-
and Mrs. W. Brown of St. Augustine. Mary Carter and Essie Anderson. program.
10. Mrs. Grace Sykes, Miss Charlsetta 28. Misses Leola Calhoun and M. Brinkly. Roxanne Iszard and CUr- A delicious repast with dents enrolled there. schools eligible for direct -

Spicer, Roy Sykes and Henry Williams. 29. Mrs. Dorothy Thorpe W. R. Bartley.Miss tis Davis, a member of all of the fixings was Mr Modlsane is authorof grants are those
served and presents were a number of articlesand which privately operated -
are
11. Mrs. Thelma Johns. Gwendolyn Crowley F. Faust Mr. andjars. the schoolboy patrol.
Games highlighted abort stories reflecting sad controlled aid
exchanged. -
12. Mrs. Bernice Smith Ken Knight and Mr. and Mrs. Joe On the return trip. Mrs
the eTening'ssocial his youth in Jo- obtain a major
13. Miss Sylvia Levy, James W. Davis and Bartley. Norman Mr. Lee, Mrs. which
and a hannesburg. Some of of their ...-
program portion
Mrs. Queen C. Jenkins. 30. Mesdames R. Shannon, Washington, Vaughn and Mrs IItsell
wonderful time was reported these Include: "The Re- cia support fro non
14. Mesdames Doris Mack, Susie Keith, M. McClain G. Wheeler and Mr. and Mrs. aided with the transpor- "
by all. spectable Pickpocket. tax services.
Mary Jones and Martha DeLaughter. Christopher Brewington. tation.



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ALPHA PHI ALPHA'S (Jax Upsilon Chapter's) annual awards to outstanding local citizens and citations to members highlighted the annual installation banquet held Thursday

night, Feb. 1.4 in Club Eldorado. Honor recipients receiving Alpha of The Year awards (from left) were Dr. James H. Lewis, Senior Citizen; Dr. Eartha M.M.! White Humani-

ties; Commissioner Louis Ritter, Good, Government; Isadore Singleton, Junior Citizen; Anthony Kinnon, Better Housing, and Eric 0. Simpson,Press "Award. Fraternal citationswere

presented to Dr. H. James Green, president. "Alphas' Man of the Year;" Rev. F. D. Wilson, the fraternity's "Most Promising Man for 1963;" Mrs. Luella McBride

"Alpha Sweetheart;" Mrs. Vera Davis, "Alpha Wife;" and Mrs. Thelma Green, "Alpha's First Lady." New officers installed by Rev. E.D. Wilson, chaplain. Capers Brad-

ham served as toastmaster; Dr. H. H. Satterwhite introduced the awardees and Dr. Green presented the awards. Mrs. Luella McBride highlighted the program with the rendition -

of two pleasing solos and soft music was furnished by the Billy Moore Trio-. (Royal Art Studio Photos)

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Bishop Spoltswood, James MeredithTo Mother Midway Woodlawn Presbyterian A

AME ChurchHoly P f Il l Church Notes DirectionBjr r

Spark NAACP State Convention Communion Rites
BY L.N. PFARSON. SR.

TAMPA--Two hundred or more NAACP branches will Sunday be during administered both major Jack Manning; 729 Court Miss Dorothy Tennell; The Woodlawn United Rev. J. Reddick

in the Southeast Region of the NAACP C. 31 OakStreet.. Presbyterian Church will
services-- a.m. and 6
will send delegates to Tampa on March 14 George Johnson; 1317 Thomas Green; 1314 hold its Ground Breaking
v.m.--at Mother Midway
to mark the start of the three day con- Florida Avenue. Ferris Street. Ceremony Sunday. March PASTOR OF SIMPSON
AME Church 1426 Van
vention which also marks the 100th cele- Buren Street.All Mrs Lena Gibbs; Old Frank McDonald; Fernan- .3 at 3:00 p.m. on the

bration of the Emancipation Proclamation.The Marietta Florida. dina Beach. building site at 3066
Stewards, Stewardesses Fister Upchurch; 2038
convention Henry Roundtree; 2059 Woodlawn Poad. This ser- METHODIST CHURCHYOU
1 and 2, class lead- Ceaser Road. .
open on Thursday, Hartridge Street. vice will be one of the
including ers, Missionaries Trustees Mrs. Phillis A. Tanner; f
14 when the Cleveland T. Williams; highlights of our building -
Meridith will Choirs 1.2 and 3, 1014 W. 28th Street.
We ask all
leaders and 2434 E. Lincoln Ct. program.
be in Tampa to Ushers 1 and 2 are requested Willie J. Odom; .1420 W. members to make plans to
Auxiliaries will Mrs. Annie Gadsen 815 ARE IN DEBT
cjlebrate the to serve throughout 5th Street. attend. Please invite
The Ministerial meet. Host branch the day. Cone Street. Mrs. Emma B. Ellison; your friends We extenda The above assertion may apply to anyone alive.
lance of Tampa, Charlie Thomas; 1075 W. 1544 W. 8th Street. There is no one that is not in debt. We are both
the Tampa Branch The entire membershipis special invitation to
by the Rev. C. Duval Street. Matthews 720 dependent and interdependent. There is no personnor
J. ;
by the Florida urged to come with Eugene the surrounding areas,
Hunter, II, will Joseph S. Coppock; 1424 Pippin Street. society without values unmerited. No one is
Conference of dedicated Christian and to the public at
the Religious branches.R. hearts, praying that God W. 19th Street. Mrs. Hattie Davis; 1330 large prepared to live a happy and wholesome life until
dinners that.night. Mrs. Mabel Hart; 1183 State Street.W. he has faced up to this important reality.
W.
W. Saunders, NAACP will 'Own and Bless the The United PresbyterianChoir
Dinner will be Secretary stated needy ones. State Street. Mrs. Hannah Coleman: will rehearse Fri- There are those among us who are so much con-
the Beulah Baptist Mrs. Blannie Smith; 612 1450'W, 16th Street. cerned about that which others owe us until we
approximately Order Of Services: day, March 1st at 8:00
stitutional Lee Street. Price 809 rob ourselves from this asset. As
hundred Mrs. Maria ; Saturday important we
to four p.m. in the hut. -
Sunday School 9:30: a.m.. Mrs. Louise Bailey; 111 Street. souls that which be owed to
which Rev. A. will arrive Cleveland March 2. the Youth spend our seeking may
Brother S.C. Hart
su-
Lowry, is pastor. Tampa for the meet- Oak Street. Gilbert B. Griffin; 1215 Communicants Classes us, real life gets away from us before we get

Youth Councils perintendent. Mrs. Elizabeth Owens; Evergreen Avenue will begin Saturday, through. The receiving end can be easily over-

lege Chapters and Morning worship 11 a.m. Rte. 1Box 176 B. ; Cohen Pinkney 1549 Van at 3:00 p m. in the hut. worked. Many of us are guilty at this point. Life

ior branches will sermon by the pastor. Callahan Florida. Buren Street. All classes will be held is enriched by its outflow. When this is learnedby
Communion for the sick
vene in regular Leaders in. the hut. an individual or group, it is on its way to
Many'i 3:45 p.m.Evening .
ness sessions Williams Lauded As Host The Church School will growth and happiness. This Is true whether we are
Confined. Flu service 6 p.m.
Friday March By begin Sunday March 3 in .millionaires or paupers. There are .those of.aIls.WIG "
The annual Men's Day
Bethel Baptist Three prominent leaders program is coming soon. During Connectional Council the George Washington seem to think that there is a regulation for rich

corner Short Emory f the local Boy and Rev. J.W. Jones pastor. Carver Flementary Schoolat and another for poor. But life is reality. That is

Jefferson at 9:30 Scout movement were HOUSTON, Texas---(Wesley AME Church UIPS) 2854 W. 45th Streetat to hay, it is not constituted of wealth nor poverty.

The Friday night varying degrees of Fifteen Bishops, hundreds of presiding 10:00 a.m. with T.V. Life determines the course of wealth and poverty.

meeting will be this week elders, scores of candidates for the Huger superintendent in Life is the controlling factor. It is not the

St. Paul AME illnesses due Girl Scout Troop 388 and bishopric, hundreds of ministers and lay- charge. The Morning- wealth nor poverty that is responsible but the

Keynote speaker the current influenza Brownie Troop 249. men and women who attended the annual ses- Worship Service beginsat life, whether it has little or much.

be the Rt. Rev. Prominent Girl Scout sion of Bishops Connectional and other 10:55 a.m. with Rev. You Inherited your physical body; you have influence -

Gill Confined, but reported leader Mrs. Irene A. church department councils here at Wesley F. D. Wilson pastor, through your connection with other people.

presiding Bishop comfortably at Baggs of 715 W. ChurchSt. Chapel African Methodist Church, 2009 bringing the message. Think of the physical facilities which you use

the AME Zion 1033 Scriven St. re .. has been released Dowling Street, February 20th through the The United Choir will during the day and night. Others have brought them

and chairman of is Mrs. J.E. from confinement 22nd, have been loud in expressing their support the service with about. Most of them we could not merit. Consider

NAACP National recently in- Still undergoing treat- appreciation for the hospitality extended C.EL Simmons Jr. at the this land of ours where opportunities are unfoldingas

of Directors. board of direc- ment is C. Parham John- them, by Dr. W. D. Williams, pastor, piano. the years come and go. These should give to us

The Convention member of the Gate- son, vice chairman of candidate for the bishopric in 1963 as The United Choir will a sense of indebtness to many and varied sources

close on Saturday Girl Scouts Council. Cherokee District at his an outstanding host. hold its monthly meetingat .and resources..

lowing the annual : Davis is also troop 1425 Madison Street re- With Dr. Williams, his chairman; Mrs. Beatrice the home'of Mr. and
dom Fund Dinner. ,Mrs. T V, Huger 7138
of Mt. Ararat sidence. local church committee, Lee, Albert McTeal,
the host bishop the Ken Knight Pr Monday "
,
Mrs. Pinkie Brown,
March 4 at 8:00 p.m. in BYI1 SINS
1 Rev. 0. L. Sherman of Prof. David Bradford,
SALE GOOD Washington Heights.The .
the 10th Episcopal Dis- secretary.
e v cons auction of our
trict (Texas) the host Mrs. Annie Williams,
ALL WEEK{ church building will
Presiding Elder Dr.. I. treasurer; Mrs. L. L. new Fuel Oil & Bottled Gas

Feb. 27 thru Mar. 3. G. Greene were also Lockhart, Miss ElsiaA. begin Monday March 4th 25 Gallons To 1,000 If Necessary
will be completedwith
and
lauded in a resolution Walls, reporter;
2 DISCOUNT STORES passed unanimously by Mrs. Pearl Simpson and in four months if 6330 Restli*! Drive Ptae PI 4.9511now
830 Cassat Avc. the weather permits
the Connectional coun- Earl Harper, reporters;
(NEAR COLLEGE
cil including Honorable August Swain, Tom Wilson
1824 W. Beaver St. Fellowship Baptist
Mayor Lewis Cuterer, Mrs. MildredMcKnightHarold its Pepsi
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OUR FAMOUS $ DOLLAR SALEFROZEN the Chamber of Commerce of, Mrs.tiste,Mary W. 0.Elizabeth Banner and Services Services Sunday will for those who Hili!

the Hotel Managers Association Runnels. think
young
Schoolat
with Sunday
FRYERLEGS James Spring Paul Herbert, A. E. begin

& BREASTS 3 LBS. . manager and the Warner, Mrs. Beatrice worship 9:30 a.m.starts Morning at 11 : .pe i
Waiters, courtesy
citizens housing com-
a.m. with the pastor.Rev. .
WINGS FROZEN .. . 5 us. . mittee, Mrs. Geraldine chairman; Mrs. Betty G.H. Hamilton, or -
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State Missionary -
Jones, secretarychairman. Dauphney, "' :- /' Ji:
visiting minister delivering -
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GIZZARDS FROZEN . 5 IBS. . President; the sermon. ;' r

TURKEY NECKS -SUBS $ Local Committee Stephen<< McClaln, Con- At 5:30 p.m. the BTU 0- -..',-;
F . Among the officersand ference Branch Presi- .
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members of the An- dent; M. Goldberg 1
SPARE RIBS .. ... . 3 us . nual Council and Mrs. Juanita Wilson V. Wilcox president j. ti
presiding. At 7 p.m. '
FIRST CUTPORK -
Mrs. Roberta Jones,
Williams For Bishop
-
evening worship begins
CHOPS. . .. 3 us .n Committee of the local Rev. Mrs. Eleanor L. and the Lord's Supper
York, evangelist. Rev.
SMOKED SLABBACON church were Mrs.Georgia will be served. Sermon .. i iA
chairman Mrs. Mrs. Daisy A. Williams,
Garrett ;
will be by the pastor.lease .
3 :
.... .... .... .... us . Lillian Williams Hiss evangelist; Rev. A. J. and worship with .

MEATY L. M. Todd promotions; Bundage Mrs. Hazel us Sunday and the Lord 1

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1 Mat For Governor's Guest Hole 01 Cub ScoufAchievements Clinicians Gel Centennial Celebrants

; Merit Awards t t t r !\

Cub scouting has three t i
ranks of advancements.A TALLAHASSEE -- Five t I II

cub scout may become a members of the Florida (

I Wolf Cub at age eight, a A&M University 37th pk
-Clinical Association
received -
'q; Bear Cub at age nine anda
6 i id awards'of merit
Lion Cub at age ten. At
during the public health
d each rank the cub scout '
program of the 34th annual -
d may earn two arrow
meeting here re- t
points, one gold and the
other silver. cently. I
The awards go to individuals -
Cub Scout achievementis
of the association -
a for the boy
program
who have madean w+ti.
5 t
d'b dS i and his parents. All ..
,.4 outstanding contri- a t h.
requirements of physical bution in their areas of

fitness, handicraft and specialization.
activities are E-
home Receiving the awards
passed on to the boy s
,' presented by Mrs. D.M.
1' -" mother cub
father
or as
Williams were: Dr. L.B.
scout examiner. Childs
of
Jacksonville OBSFRVFD NEGRO HISTORY WFFK -- Historian Earl E. Thorpe center)
w Turnpike's Speed Dr! William H. Higginsof
of North Carolina College chatting with members of the Florida A
Limit IncreasedTAMPA Palatka, Dr. J.L. and M University history department staffers and students after
Slack of Beach,
Daytona
-- The oppor- his address during the centennial anniversary of the F1IIanclpa-
and Mrs. W.P. Porter and
b tunity to legally drive tion Proclamation. .Uth Dr. Thorpe are: Edwin Donaldson (left) ,
Dr. James Hudson of
70 miles per hour will Tallahassee; John Riley, associate professor of history Dr. L.ft
Tallahassee.Mrs. .
be available to all Ne land. professor of history and geography: Joseph Taylor. Moul-
.
Majorie K. Brooks
4 motorists using the
challenged the visiting trie, Georgia.
Florida Turnpike on and

(TUTTING NOTFD C-INGFR George H. Fowler, chpinran of the Ner after February 20th. specialists from the DriverCommended FAMU To Host
healing arts to accept Negro Bowling
York State Coirirission for Hunan Rights, and Mrs. Fowler (fore- The Turnpike Authority: Chimp
changes and ideas Famed
ground) exchange greetings with Miss Marian Anderson and Governor decision to change the PhysicistTALLAHASSEE
caused by the emergencyof By Appearing At t
Nelson A. Rockefeller of New York st reception for Miss Anderson existing 65 mph limit to Dr Vic-

at the Executive Mansion Albany, New York. ?Miss Anderson 70 was based on the nu scientific educational medicine.The tor W. Cohen physicistat Continental Lanes

was Governor Rockefeller's guest during her visit to/Ireny merous safety features super- White..... RiderNATHANIEL the Brookhaven
visor for the VA Hospi-
for a benefit concert for the 'elcoire Chore Missionary! Baptist engineered into the National Laboratory in
I Church of Albany. four laned, limited ac- tal in Tuskegee Institute Upton, Long Island, will
1 Ala. called upon
serve as a visiting lecturer
:cess facility.Top
her audience to learn M

U. S. Official Jax Serviceman Allied Forces RiflemanBERLIN from the laboratory.E. University at Florida on March A&M 12

Visits FAMU Cosby D. D. S. and 13. a

TALLAHASSEECannon Gets Distinguished Gainesville, moves into He will visit under the' y
d0.'
the presidency of the '
Hearne. director of auspices of the Ameri-
'4 w t: ys 'r -association, replacing
foreign training, U.S. Rifleman s Trophy 4d can Association of
outgoing R.L. Anderson,
Department of Commerce, Physics Teachers and the
I. Washington, D.C.visited BERLIN Germany Army M.D. Tallahassee. American Institute of

I the Florida A&M Uni- Sergeant Harrison Parker Noted British Physics as part of a
son of Mrs. Ella R broad nationwide
versity campus ,recentlyon pro-
official business.He Carnover 604 Victoria Driver To Appear gram to stimulate interest -

was on a tour of Street, recently was a- SEEKING AstonMartinone ;; B. DAVIS in physics. The
warded trophy for dis- ... "Courtesy is
colleges and universities of the top names in program. is now in its Judy, thp lovable three
inspecting fa- tinguished himself as the history of British Contagious"MIAMINathaniel sixth year and is supported and a half year old

cilities and training third highest scorer ina :racing cars heads the by the National Chimpanzee of bowling

programs to place recent small bore 'competition spectacular list of entries Science Foundation. fame is performing

foreign students for among soldiersof in the inter- Billy Davis is Dade nr Cohen will give nightly at Continenal

study or training undei Berlin Brigade herein nationally famous 12 Transit Company' bus- lectures, hold informal Bowling Lanes

the Agency for Inter- the "Divided City: Germany---Brigadier General Fred- HOUR ENDURANCE RACE here driver 454 on Number meetings with students, If you think there is

national Development.FAMU Brigadier General Fre- erick 0. Hartel, Commanding General of Ber- at Sebring March 23rd 12, and this week he and assist faculty mem- some monkey business

has several studentnow derick 0. Hartel. Com- lin Brigade, presents the award for the 1963 taking for their is enriched, not so bers with curriculum and behind this, you are

enrolled under the manding General of the third highest overall score in a recent choice of world champion much by a fivedollarcash research problems. Arrangements right! Judy has been introducing -

program. Brigade presented the Allied Servicemen's rifle match here in the road racing drivers at award recently for his visit bowling to the

While at FAMU. Hearne trophy'to Sergeant'Parker 'Divided City'to Sergeant Harrison Parker their disposal, Bruce received from the company are being made by Dr. nation's young at heart

i met with University at U.S. Headquartershere. of Jacksonville, Florida. McLaren New Zealand but due to the Herbert W. Jones chairman for almost two years

deans and administrative ._ m S, ARMY PHOTOV ace picked by the F.I.A fact that his courtesyis of the department of But, there is no "Gimic"to

officers at a Because of his out- Alumni DaySunday deeply appreciatedby physics at Florida A&M her prowess on the

luncheon and held con- standing marksmanship Basic BandTo one/of his passen- Founder' s Day lanes. She actually

ferences with several Sergeant Parker recently Flu Shots UrgedAs At gers.A bowls! Although her two-
teachers and department represented the United Play Here white woman passen- Observance Set handed style isn' recommended -

heaxLs, ,Me was..accompanied ,States Having won every of
by Dr. Howard bers of Berlin Brigade's type that streets along Da- A&M University will hold over three feet in
BFACH -- The accolade in internationaland
Young contact repre- Advanced MarksmanshipUnit Influenza cases in National Alumni Office national vis' route are usually its annual Founders' Observance height (which she is)

sentative for loreign fired in allied Florida took a sudden announced that plansare popularity" covered with water March 7-9. according Judy carries a 91 plus
students at the Uni- competition with British to an announce- average which is pretty
and dramatic dron in being completed to during and following
versity of Florida. soldiers of the 1st Bat- Jnuary compared with make "Alumni Day" one heavy showers. As a re- ment by G.W. Conoly.executivesecretary., impressive for a young

To Attend ConfabTALLAHASSEE talion, Durham Light In- last the lady not quite four
January year of the most memorable occasions sult, she said, it constitutes -
-- Three fantry. '-,' .. State Board of Health' .' ever to be experienced .A a hazard for "- FAMU General Alumni As- years old And her high
Parker who is assignedto sociationThe game is a whopping 159 1
said today.
Florida A&M University by the sons and passengers alightingfrom She uses a 16 pound ball
administrators are Headquarters Company, Pr CharI es"Tat'prs., daughters of Bethune- the bus, not only weekend activities, and regulation lanes, of
slated to attend the 2nd Battle Group, 6th U. hoard epidemiologist, Cookman College. The because of the water'sdepth open with a convocationin course.
t S. Infantry arrived in said that while Public but also due Lee Hall Auditoriumon
National Education Association alumni that attend this Judy has won wide acclaim -
Berlin in October 1961 Health Service officialsin '> Friday at 9:00 a.m.
to the fact that
Conference on occasion will be inspiredby puddle for her trainers
r Higher Education which and now fires regularlywith Washington are reported moments filled with --jumping might forcea The alumni meeting willbe psychology students from

will be held in the Mor the Brigade Ad- only 509 cases traditional significance. person into directing held at 11:00 a.m. on Thosiasville. GeorgiaShe

rison Hotel in Chicago, vanced Marksmanship Unit for the first four weeks Alumni Day will be their course into the Saturday. March 8, in has appeared on the

March 36. He entered the Army in of this year comparedwith celebrated Sunday Feb. polls Count Basie and line of busy traffic. the alumni office. A Jack Paar Show Garry

Dr. George W. Gore Jr., April 1950 and completed 3,864 cases for the 24th on the campus of his famed big band will Davis, the writer luncheon and the annual Moore Show and other

president. Dr. L.J. Shaw basic training at Scho- similar period in 1962. Bethune-Cookman College.The stage an appearance here went on to say. stopsin pilgrimage to the founders' national television programs -
field Barracks. Hawaii. The board urged citi- will begin with graves located
day
dean, graduate school in Duval County Armory a dry place. His .
and Dr. M.C. Rhaney His wife Frances, is zens to get flu shots worship at Stewart Memorial Wednesday night March general attitude is so here are also scheduledfor Judy is to appearing

dean, college of arts here in Berlin with him. "and this could pos- Methodist Church, 13th under sponsorship. courteous to every me, Saturday.The here Feb. 28-March 2 at

and sciences, are srdtr HELP SMOKE sibly be a factor in the the patron church of the of the Jax Urban League the woman thought he second Hall of Fame Continential Bowling
l series will be held SUn-
scheduled to be among presently reduced cases college. The pastor has Guild. Should be awarded the Lanes nightly Her show s
BEAR PREVENT reported. Dr. Waters this "Alumni Advance tickets day at 6:00 p.m. in Lee ... md 9:00
/ the 2,000-3,000 educators declared at $2.00 company' s driveroftheday are 5:00: p : p

\L at the annual con- FOREST FIRES said., Day' and appropriate $2.50 at the doorarenow star in the Hall Auditorium. --I"

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recognition on at Ebony Courtesy is Catching
all who attend. Record Shop Hollywood Crusade. MEN AND WOMEN NEEIEI

John S. Frink ; the Record Shop, Tony's Sea For nominating a WORK IN CIVIL SERVICENo
National President, has Food (Mayport) ; Clazz winning driver, the

issued an urgent call to Harris Record Shop, Bus- writer received a $5 Experience Necessary-GraMar School >BJocation

all alumni to attend this ter Ford's Lilly's Drug cash award from the Usually Sufficient-Train Now at Home For Jobs

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PAGE' 8" 4 FLORIDA STAR__ )1 SATURDAY MARCH 2, 1963


1\\ r-ScieNCe FlirTi 0 funs" Rehearsing For Annual Concert Refiied Librarian Students In Prominent Roles

New Awards Categories Sparks Activities

A new method of rating be individual projects.Projects .
.R WASHINGTON. D. C. In
top science fair projects will be $ 1955. fifty-six year-old :

will be intro- evaluated on five r sNtr. Miss Pauline Young thena I

_
duced at the Fifth Annual standards of judging anda .. 30-year veteran librarian -

Duval County discussion of the project of Wilmington

Science Fair on March 8 by the judges and L Delaware's Howard High

and 9. In previous years the contestants. The School retired. She

winning science fair five areas are: 1. Crea- hasn't rested since. sT

projects in each category tive Ability-30 points; ,a w cs Miss Young is now a .
have been given 2. Scientific 'Thought-30' Peace Corps Volunteer in 4

first, second and third points; 3. Thoroughness15 Jamaica West Indies. T a

place awards. This points; 4. Clarityand 1ii During the interveningyears

method was found to be Dramatic Value-15 E, she was busy

unfair in that it dis- points; and 5. Technical throughout the United

criminated against the Skill-10 points. States conducting mem- '\

categories in which many The exhibit will be ripL bership drives for the '1 .

superior projects were open to the public all NAACP. She participatedin "
'l
"
entered and it made it day on March 9 in the major drives held in '
., .. ',
"
easier for a student to gymnatorium of James Chicago. Baltimore. Mil- ,'\"w"" __ \:, .',!"

win in categories that Weldon Johnson Junior waukee and other cities.
did not have top quality
High School. R Later Miss Young became

exhibits. 1 President of the Dela- S'roDENTS---of the ultra-modern Student
This year's projectswill Mrs. Louise ProthroTo new
be judged superior, ware State Conference of Service Center at Gibbs Junior College St.

excellent and honorable Address Annual SECTION LEADERS of the Isaiah Blocker Junior High School Band are NAACP Branches. Petersburg, Fla. is Jacksonville sophomore

mention. Under this system shown preparing for the annual concert slated for Friday night Miss Young and three Levi McIntosh who helped develop plans for

each exhibit will be Press WorkshopTALLAHASSEE Mar. 8 at 8o'clock in the school auditorium.Prom left areWilliamA. other Peace Corps Librarians operation of the Center. Shown with him> c

competing against it- A former Waters, trumpet;' Michael D. Stewart, tromboneNathaniel; Davis, are assigned the are co-eds, Jennifer Jackson of Tampa,

self. No project will Florida A&M University horn; Thomas Wallace, percussion; Burnell Williams, baritone; Renee job of cataloguing 100 left; and Ora Bush of Bradenton.GJC .
000 books. These books
be favored or penalized faculty member--now Lewis, clarinet and Felisa Villarin, flute. Other leaders are ( staff photo by H. Jones, Jr. )
.because of the categoryin holding a unique posi- Charlie Kennebrew and Arnold Stalling. Rhumbolita by Paul Yoder have been in use throughthe

which it Is entered. tion in one of the giant featuring the bands various sections will be highlighted by the parish libraries and INDEPENDENT OIL CO.
the only time they have
institutional
Based on the National consumer above students supported, by James West Robert Wilson Coy Bing, been used
when
Science Fair organization corporations in America Joseph Morrison, Orzie Lewis Geraldine Williams Ronald Belton. was some- KEROSENE HOME DELIVERY

students will enter will deliver the messageat The band is under the direction of Mrs. N. S. white. Michael D. one saw a book on the MECHANIC ON DUTY
shelves they desired to
the Awards
Luncheon
projects in seven Stewart Ike Joseph ---------------------- Proprietor
is band captain and Thomas Wallace is co captain. read.
categories; 1. Botany; which will highlight the State and Jefferson Streets ----- EL 6-9.432
- -
2. Zoology: 3. Physi- 13th annual Interscho- Checker I
lastic Press Workshop at Chubby
ology and Medical y

Science; 4. Physics and Florida A&M University.Mrs. .
At
Coliseum
Louise Robinson
Engineering; 5. Chemis-
Prothro one time in
try; 6. Geology Astro- home economics at FAMU OH March 9th

7.nomy Mathematics.Meteorology Projects; and now publicity home eco- BACKDROP: FOR] SECURITYDiiepil

nomist for Pet Milk Company -
will be exhibited according -
St. Louis, will
to grade levels:
return to A&M to deliver -
primary; intermediate;
her highly provo-
junior high and senior
cative message before
high. All elementary
some 175 high school
school exhibits will be
students their advisers sh CONDENSED
group projects and all
and University

secondary Miami exhibits To Host will officials.She Framingham is a. State graduate College of I ;' oiljn, directly STATEMENT OF CONDITIONAs


Insurance Men (Mass. ) and Columbia
of December 31, 1962
University. She has been

CHICAGO A hundred of employed by Pet Milk CHUBBY CHECKER the

the most important Negro since the early fifties King Of the Twist will
ASSETS
business executives in and in 1962 .assumed her bring a big group of 32

the country will assemble present post in which performers to the Jack- BONDS .

in Miami, March she works with all seg- sonville Coliseum on _
Government
U. S. $ 1,595,306.41State
19-21 in the annual ments of the mass media. Saturday March 9th--with
County, and Municipal 13,575,193.3.4Public
Mid-Year Conference of Mrs. Prothro holds mem- 2 shows at 2:30 and 8:30p.m..Among _
Utility 9790154.03
the National Insurance bership in several organization the out-

Assn. including the standing performers will IndustrialRailroad 11757344.51
948,671.30
The delegates will represent National Association of be besides CHUBBY CHECK-

the agency or Market Developers (she ER himself DEE DEE ? Si .
.. .
STOCKS .
,
a..4.; I..s.: $".4t.I sw "s ttlrr '.'" "
sales division and the was recently elected SHARP The FASINATIONS a Futunes
Public Utility Pref. _..$ 1356800.00
key home office execu- president of the St. hot four-girl singing I

tives of 49 member com- Louis chapter), American group BOBBY CALENDER Public Utility Com. _. 2,883,684.00

panies of NIA. Women in Radio and Tele- who has some hit records Linked Bank, Trust, and Ins. Co. 192,886.00

Site of the meetings vision, American Home going for him. a fine Industrial Pref. __.._____ __ 42425.00

will be the Hampton House Economics Associationand vocal group The I m- Industrial Com. .._._.._ _.__ 2,896,696.00

Motel and Villas. Delta Sigma Theta pressions 4-girls and a Railroad Pref. '_m_...__..._. ,'. 267.2&0.00

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Wirtz Urged To Investment in Herald Life Ins. Co. __ _,__ 4377691.01

MADAM STONE L First Mortgage Loons on Real Est. ..___-.. 46,543,292.6"
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GIFTED SPIRITUALIST AND LIFE READER ProgramNEW Real Estate _uommum.. _. _.. 16,793.88

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questions. If. ; I '- the Advancement of o Invest. Income Due and Accrued ___ 682,221.8"

you need help to Colored People has loans ta Policyholders __________u ____ 173,095.77

Overcome Bad Luck, t1 called upon Secretaryof + t Other Assets _...__.__...______ 23,523.85
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Training Act of 1962.Establishment Supp. Contracts Payable _...___._________._ 333760.74
the one love changed? Mrs. Stone
you of, Policy and Contracts Payable ___.__mu_______ 2,416,746.96
helps and works for all that are worried,
training centers for Prems. Rec'd in Advance __ ____ ___ 907,384.27
sick or discouraged! Causes you to gaina whites only and one J fe jBtibsiitulf jor I Jffe Insurance Commissions Due or Accrued ...._______ 23636.90
good jobCome with or without money!
for Negroes in City Gen. Exp. Due or Accrued ____ 122,992.61
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7440 PHILLIPS HIGHWAY proved by SecretaryWirtz. F. BRYAN III DAVID R.HAWKINS Amts. Withheld as Agt. or Trustee 406,593.14President

US No. 1 SOUTH =3& Miles South City Limits and Chairman Assistant Vice President > Unearned Invest. Inc. .__.- _,-__ 9,228.95of
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First Vice President THAD P. McENTYRE Security Val. Reserve -- -- T W 625.95
JAMES H. STANLEY Assistant Vice President ".
Second Vice President ROBERT A. MILLS ,. Other Liabilities ._____ 309.687:27TOTAL

Continental G....HOWARD, BRYAN Assistant Vice President -, RESERVES AND LIABILITIES _..--'._ ...$ 95.904.748.70
Lanes T' Vice President J. E. HARRISON -"
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Secretary-Treasurer J. E. CROUCH :''" ---- ----
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Vice President JOHN A*. INGALLS
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Vice President DANA H. ESTENSON TOTAL RESERVES, LIABILITIESCECIL

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JUDY TT Vice President and Assistant Secretary-Treasurer
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II E. J. 'Ox' demons Retires After 27 Years Of Coaching Duties :. I



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Launched Career From Stiilman Ekes Jinx Ends Only To ReturnHIGH

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LIVING WITH SPORTS
II Edward Waters CollegeATLANTA Close Defeat a

By Cbarles J. Livingston
Over
Genial and ....5......... Gibbs

durable Edward J. (Ox) CHICAGO-ANP---Floyd Patterson is entertaining -
TUSCALOOSA Ala.Florida's --
Clemons, who recently being superceded only dV an illusion that will certainly

retired as head coach of by Jake Gaither s 79-9-2 pride and Joy vanish into thin air in Miami Beach Conven-
Morris Brown of the junior collegecage
College
Clemons lifetime record tion Hall on the night of April 4.
.
ended a 27-year plus since world came to town k' .dM l{
assuming Dr. y That is the date when the little-heard-fro ex-
career as dean of theSouth's Artis P, Graves' postat last week to pillage and
champion will attempt to better his history-making
Bible College Morris Brown is 72 plunder this collegetown
football mentors. feat of June 20, 1960, when he flattened his erstwhile -
wins, 45 defeats and 2 but met with defeat -
His long and illus- conqueror, Ingemar Johansson, to become the

trious career began at ties. instead. The notorious first man to regain the heavyweight title..Against

Edward Waters College EDWARD. WATERS- COLLEGEs Gibbs Junior Sonny Liston in their heavyweight cbaaeioasaip rematch -
College Cobras of
where he attained W. L T. St.
early re-write boxiag history
to
Florida Floyd hopes again
Petersburg, tookon
fame as a constructorof 1929..6 2 1 therein lies
.And
the Stillman by twice regaining the title.
powerhouses. From 1930... 8 1 0 College
Junior Varsity this week off' the illusion, for Floyd will surely fall again be-
there he continued on
RUST COLLEGE and suffered their third fore the mighty fists of Liston.
to Rust and then Lane
finally returning to his 1931..5 O' 0 loss of the season, 95- Since his quickie loss to Liston in Chicago last

ala mater Morris Brown 1932..4 1 0 Sept. 25, Patterson has been in virtual hiberna-

where he suffered his 92.The Cobras, gunning for tion, quietly moping over his ignominious defeat,

most humiliating defeat, LANE COLLEGE> (13 Yrs. victory number thirteenin training deligently and secretly plotting his

a 34-14 loss to Clark 1933..7 1 1 their first out-of- strategy for the rematch..He has said little,

last fall.Clemons 1937..4 5 0 state tilt had six men let alone boast about victory.

was the only 1938..6 3 0 scoring in the double Some boxing fans apparently believe that Patterson -

Bible college coach to 1939..9..7 2 0 figures, but fell short is merely going through with the rematch a-

win a national champion- 1940..9.6 3 0 of the mark at the free gainst Liston out of a sense of dedication and

ship since World War II. 1941..8 1 0 throw line that per- pride, and with the realization of another lucra-

Back in 1951 Morris 1942. .. (Did not Play) mitted Stillman's Tigersto tive payday (Liston and Patterson each will receive -

Brown (10-1-0) He is the 1943..4 1',0 register the marginof 30 per cent of the net proceeds from all

only SIAC coach to defeat 1944..5 1 0 victory. : sources.There is also the assertion by Illinois

coach Jake theI's 1945..6. 3 0 A total of 26 personal State Athletic mmission: Chairman Joe Truer that

4 might Fla. A&M Rattlersin 1946..8 1 0 fouls were called a- JUMPER John Thomas of Boston University, whom experts believe has never Floyd "froze" before his Sept. 25 fight with

1947..7 2 0 gainst the aggressive Liston which implies that he might fieese again
the past decades reached his expected potential, is shown clearing the 7U} barrier at the recent ,
which spans 1952-1962. 1948..8 1 0 Cobras while only 15 Los Angeles Times Indoor Track Classic. Thomas beat world champion Valery in the rematch..

Another memory rankle 1949. (Assistant Morris were called against the Brumel of Russia who also Jumped 7H' but with more misses. The following week This writer does not share such sentiments.

Clemons. In 1951, his Brown) homestanders Gibbs made Brumel defeated Thomas at Madison Square Garden.Thomas was the first jumper was not in Floyd's dressing room before the last

Morris Brown team went MORRIS BROW COLLEGE good on 18 of 20 free to break the '7-foot barrier several years ago. title fight and therefore cannot testify as to hispredisposition.

against the late HenryA. 1950..7 3 0 throw attempts but -- ...I am also in no position to refute

Kean's Tennessee 1951. .. .. 10 1 0 stillman scored on 21 Trine assertion..But how much bearing has the

Staters with a 10-0-0 '19Si :. ..7'- 3. O' of 24 changes.Ray North-South Willie Mays Heads assertion on the impending rematch, anyway. .There

record Morris Brown was 1953.. . ...4 4' 1 Adams Jerry Swann. Tourney Draws have been numerous reports of men being "scared

leading 12-0 at halftime 1954..5 2 0 John Hayes Robert Wil- stiff" before going to war and yet fought out-

but had their per- 1955..6 3 0 liams, Curtis Bankston Top PlayersMIAMI Highest Salary Circle standingly. .. In Floyd's case, I believe all forms

fect season marred when 1956..5 3 0 and Louis Steward were of fear will vanish before his burning desire and

the Kean team came back 1957..5 2 1 the double figure scor- -- some of the determination to redeem himself and win back his
'
to score 13-points in 1958..4 5 0 ers for Gibbs with 18, world's greatest Negro ': the New York Yankees. win back his lost laurels.But .

the last half. 1959..6 3 0 12 13 12, 19, and 11 stars are participatingthis ) i4tV: Other baseball stars this does not alter my position on Floyd's
week in the tenth
Ox' best decaderecordcame 1960..4 6. 0 points. respectively receiving hefty raises misgivings about defeating Liston.. .Floyd simply
between the. 1951- x'1961. 5 4 F + scored 24 annual North-South Golf for the coming
King season
.
}, q .. :.Theodis
:( cannot cope with as powerful a foe as Liston,
1962 period when'hTs1 1962.4 5 0 points for Stillman and Tournament at Miami included slugger Frank
and those who pin their hopes on his pulling off
teams totaled 52 vic- got good shooting sup- Springs Golf & Country Robinson of the Cincin-
another great surprise, A La Johansson, lost sight
Club Miami from Feb. 18 nati Reds $65,000 and
tories while losing 27 72 45 2 port from George Jones, ,
I and twp ties. During Total record 167 wins, Frank Myers and Charles through Feb. 22. Los Angeles Dodgers'Maury of several things..First, the principals are
The event Wills who broke TyCobbs different, and the circumstances are against
this period, he ranked 73 losses and 4-ties. Carter with 18.13 and cosponsoredby
eighth among the all- 13 points respectively.It Schenley Imported 0. E all-time base Patterson. ..Liston is a more devastating lighter
C. and Coca Cola, has mark than Johansson..Ingemar is what is known as the
time winning coaches, Griffith Adds was a pretty dra- stealing Wills'who
.attracted some 300 en- won the senior lea- "hard knock" trade .as a one-handed puncher;
matic first half with '
I Signs ContractPITTSBURGH New Title the Cobras shootingtheir. ties including de gue's most valuable Liston, a bruising two-fisted slugger..Johanssonis

COPENHAGEN, DenmarkWelterweight fending champions Jackie player and the majorityof faster afoot, but Liston punches quicker,
to 52-48
champion way a Robinson who won lastyear's the 1962-season's harder and deadlier..Ingemar is basically a long
first half Jead. Swann
Emile Griffith of New amateur division; player-awards receiveda range fighter, while Liston can chill an opponent
and Bankston
Mayes were
York continued on his Althea Gibson, winner of $15,000 raise upping with a short hook as well as a long punch..Sonnyalso
f scoring at will and the
winning when his .explosive the women's
way amateur
r his salary to $45,000per possesses perhaps the best left jab since
fists demolished team picked up 16 pointsat ..,flight, andWilliqBrown
WILLIE annum. since Joe Louis..There'11 be no series of getting
Chris Christensen of the free throw line. 3IAYSSAN -
r who captured the pro- Catcher John Roseboro -ups for Floyd, as in his first fight with Johansson -
Copenhagen in the ninth Stillman maintained a fessional section. FRANCISCO -- Regarded -
of the L. A. Dodgers once Liston starts connecting.As .
round of a 15-round steady scoring pace in Some $3,000 in prizes by many as baseball' -
junior middleweight cham- will be awarded to win- ,, to the circumstances the lack of proper competition -
the second half and s most exciting performer ri .1 'JI' ..
pionship bout before picked up only four ners in the professional Willie Mays of :. .,' "t '" ':" .">, proved disastrous to Patterson in his
5.000 fans in Forum Hall division, while amateurs / ; .' ',' 'A-.W. $ first fight with Liston, as fighting non-descripts
personal fouls while the San Francisco Giants'sigaing ""' ".
here. will vie for 41 trophies J like Pete Rademacher, Roy Harrid, Brian London and
Griffith's world title Gibbs picked up 16 per-,, of his 1963 con- ;
"-The amateur division the fistic clownHurricane Jackson, was as pointed
wasn't at stake; but he sonal fouls to spell the tract calling for a $105 1
will consist of seven out previously, too inadequate a manner to prepare -
will be able to .
lay difference.The flights than 00 annual wage is recorded ,
one more
claim to the title despite for a rugged foe like Listen..Yet Floyd
Gibbs Junior Col- last Maryor Robert as a new high in
the World Boxing year. the did less by way. or preparations for this reaatca. .
Cobras have history of the two
lege now a King High of Miami is
Association recognition He has fought no one since losing to Sonny. As
major leagues.
STEELERS: mas, 12-3 record for the sea- scheduled to make the
of Denny Moyer as world before Floyd is fistically unprepared for Liston.
Previous
high salaries
sive 6-6 290-pound defensive son. presentation of the a-
titlist. Griffith is Yet no one can totally count Floyd out. ..He is
end John Baker wards at the Schenley
signed his 1963 contract acknowledged as Junior w young, strong and proud and anxious to wipe out
'i Trophy Award Ball on
last week with the middleweight world titleholder the blemish of the Liston defeat...He will also be
pro- Challenges Johnson Friday, Feb. 22 in the .
eleven. Hospitalized witt I by only Austria. v desperate, and with his ring craft and punching
No doubt mindful of the Sir John Hotel.In .
pneumonia. Baker who, 1w ability, he'll be a threat to Liston as long as he
Benny (Kid) paret bout addition to the defending -
came to the Steelers, Griffith fighting only : champions, the JOHNNY ROSEBORO remains upright..My belief is, however, that Floyd
from the PhiladelphiaEagles at half. speed, had decked won't remain vertical for 1 mg.
sat out last season following previous win- signed for $23,000, a
The Steelers, who his man for nine and .. F nere have signed up for $3,000 raise.In Liston, on the other hand, is brimming with

i" have high hopes for Bakeithis eight counts. ChristenI this year's tournament: the American League confidence..Having defeated Floyd, he is sure

year will play him I was lying helpless Willie Greer. 1961 ama- Vic Power, fancyfieldingfirst he can do it again, and he has absolutely BO fear

( .along with Gene (Big on the ropes when Referee ,teur; Myrtice McIver, r baseman of the of him. .Sonny is also anxious to dispose of

Daddy) Lipscomb which, Robert Seidel of e 1960 women's amateur Minneapolis Twins had Patterson and move on to the next box office at-

could give them the: Switzerland halted the .. R,. Cliff Harrington 1950 his 1963 pay raised to traction--- "Loudoouth' Cassius Clay.

roughest defensive line bout at 1 minute 15- pro; Charlie Sifford $39.000; pitcher Jim This writer, who correctly predicted the obtooae

in the National Football seconds of the ninth 1957 pro; Joe Roach. (Mudcat) Grant signedfor of the first fight, predicts that Liston will
59 and 60 k
1957. 58. ama-
League round.ROYAL w undisclosed flatten Patterson again..But I will not Base
an pay-
teur Myrtle Patterson
; R the rmnd.. .Such prophesies I leave to loquacious
ART 1954.55 and 1958 women's hike and the San Francisco -
STUDIO amateur; Zeke Hartfield Giants and first Cassius, who may well have a copyright on fight

3 : 515 DAVIS STREET 1954 pro; Sam Woodson, VIC POWERof baseman-outfielder Willie _jpredictions by now.f1 .
;
i 1956 pro; and Elizabeth $100.000 a year were McCovey agreed to a sub-

Order Now at Reduced Prices Wright 1959 and 1961 reported paid to Ted stantial pact over his

V V, .. wom n' s anatuer. Williams of the Boston last years salary with
i Photo Cards
**. Many other famous per- Red Sox. Stan Musialof $23.000 being reported as

Individuals Family groups LEE BATTS sons of the stage and the St. Louis Cardi- his '63 annual wage.

I Globs WINNER of 9-straight entertainment world also nals and Joe DiMaggio of
have signified their intention 'V
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7,' Black SepiaTone& White Color Gene bouts.Bates Jackson Philadelphia'sLee who defeated via a the tournament of competing accord-in Tenn. A & I Cagers Close-Out .....,; z.

ing to Ray Mitchell ..
Quality Photographs fourth round TKO last .
> executive director of Current Season On The Road V
Churches Social Monday night week says
Weddings the event.Brown Y
p he now wished to meet .' ".
Dial EL 4.1894 fellow PhiladelphianHarold NASHVILLE---Captain RonItchy" Smith still -

a Coach Harold Hunters' Tennessee State uni-
Johnson in his Davis paces { ..
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You Don t Have to Go to Town to Get next bout. Johnson versity net-burners with a 17 point game averageas ...: ..
world's light-heavy the Big Blues close their season on the road against -

I LOW weight champion also Pace Cagers Southern Illinois at Carbondale and Central "it' V

PRICES. fights in the heavy- State Marauders at Wilberforce. Ohio. {;.
CLEVELAND (ANP) The ..
weight division. Averaging 83.6 points and 2-in Frankfort. Ky. ..,..-
combination of Jim Brown
for their 21-4
On Your season. Big Bobby Edmonds is
WATCH THIS CLOWN and Ernie Davis which Monday night. Feb. 25, averagin 15.1 per game

DRUGSTORE the Cleveland Browns had Hunters' Gunners face and the little colonel.the .
NEEDS 2017 66 to field last s
[ hoped sea- Salukis. The Illinois Bill Bradley has moved

1 Trade With Your Neighborhood Drug Store 863 51 100 son on their pro-foot- five handed Tennessee to third spot with 14.5;

WE WILL MEET ANY PRICES ADV. IN TOOK LOCAL PAPERS ball teas clicked on State a 82-72 shelling 6.8 Bill Smothers is

t We Deliver-We Also Fill All IDctors'Prescriptions o 7 the basketball court in Nashville averaging 11.1 and Andy

here last week. brand Municipal Chesser rounds out the
2 5 new
Dixie Brown. Brown's fullback, auditorium earlier in starting five with 9.4. KEN DIG

Pharmacy 955 1 13326 and Davis former Ail- the season. smothers and Edmonds

American fullback at Bouncing Central 82-72 are the teams top board- Invites You To Listen TO -

1302 Kills Road at Myrtle Attune 914 18 192 Syracuse University. in their first meeting 'men with 14 and 10.4

were top scorers for the Ron Smith and company game average respectfully "KNIGHT TRAIN"Starting

Pbones EL 3-5597-98 Bomrtfni.. he's op Cleveland Browns' basket- will be out.to keep .

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Complete Rehearsals For-March 4 ConcertftTVVEL POLICE REPORTSAUTO I DUVAL BUILDERS


YOUR ROAD, LARCENYIS stopped to talk with Building Contractors
some friends outsidethe

WISELY, 10VO. 1lA t/bIf, REPORTED building. She said 5729 Arlington Rd.
r-WCE McDaniel of 1560 that after the people
James
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the departed a man ran *
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If -- : ''''--. ___::-- from from behind the build- 'l
of camera
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'' -' T' his car police re-, ing, grabbed her purse, JESS W. BURDEN
.-'.. then fled from the
:< ported. Phone RA 5-7011 or RA 4-8986
< a McDdniel said he parked cene.
4 Patrolmen C.T. McClen-
his 1957 Oldsmobile in
k. his front yard and when don and W.H. Harris in-

J % he checked it later, he vestigated. ( Good Luck Can Be Gained !
had .. . .. f )
found that someone For immediate
Help Consult ji
broken a vent on the r
left side and stolen the TEENAGE GIRL KING3I 11
.fARS.
camera. REPORTED MISSING i i

McClen-
Patrolmen c. T.
t I r Mrs. Willie M. William
don and W.H. Harris in- ., of 2571 Hiland St. reported .C If You Are Overcome With Conditions That Are Not]
4.' \. ... vestigated. that her 15yearold (Natural See This Gifted Worker. She Can And Will i
. . . '
L- r daughter Barbara (Help You. No Hatter What Your Hope. Fear Or,,
-- ;;;" Jean Thomason has been ( Trouble. Mrs. King Gives Help & Advice On Mar-'

A PORTION of the James Weldon Johnson Junior High School Band which will stage its WOMAN REPORTS missing from her home triage. Jobs. Good Luck, Health And All Probleas'Of )
annual concert Monday at 8 o' clock in the school's gymnatorium i s shown g oin g PURSE THEFT since last Tuesday police i ( Life. Mrs. King Is Not A Gypsy. >
through its final rehearsal series under the direction of instructor-director E.R. of reported.Mrs. Satisfaction & Success Guaranteedl! Lucky Days &]
Jones
Thelma H.
Wyatt. The event is being sponsored by the Band Parents' Club, Bishop Sadie Gibson, Mrs. Williams further Numbers Hrs. 9-9-Closed Wed. p.m. Sun. 12- %
1167 W. 8th St. reportedher stated that she heard p.m. Bus 31. Highway 90 F..
president. Program innovations will include former JWJ musicians now attending New snatched a (5
Stanton Senior High School who will appear as guest artists. namely, Kenneth Tol- purse was PTA noise at approximately c 5505 Beach Bird. New Beach Road
she left a
bert Flute; Patricia Roberts, Oboe; Bernard Tucker, Bassoon; and Anthony May,French after night, 4:30 a.m. and during a Jacksonville Fla. r
meeting Tuesday further check
found the ,
Horn. The program will be blended around classicalfolk selections, spirituals and )
police stated. back door open' and saw t 44 63 86 42 81 40
pop numbers. Dr. H. James Green, principal and instructor-director wyatt are inviting ]
music lovers, faculty members and band directors and musicians from other schools Following the meeting Barbara's coat lyingon )If rrv.vvvvvuvv..v.. ... ..
Mrs. jones said she the kitchen table.
to attend the annual event. -
Humane Society The missing girl's CHOP DOWN FOOD PRICES AT
I Child Given Wrong MedicineA Larry Lewis Local Businessman mother told police that
Dedicates New she believes John Dant-
17 months old child-- She: was taken to Duval zer 22, of 2527 LewisSt.
Seeks Third Ward Council Post
Diana Medical Center where she .
Davenport--was Shelter Sunday knows something Edgewood AvenueDrive
mistakenly given a dose was reported in fair Larry Lewis, a resident of Jacksonvillefor about Barbara's dis-
of Glover's Mange Cure condition. all of his adult life last week announced The 78th anniversary will appearance. Mrs. Williams -

instead of cough syrup, Patrolmen M. Newson and his candidacy for councilman, take place Sunday, March said she had for- In Super MarketOpen
police reported. J.J. Doe investigated. third ward. in order to progress 3rd from 2 p.m. till 4 bidden Barbara to see

'I Lewis who has resided assuring the tax payer a p.m. at the Jacksonville John but believes Bar- 1 days a week
: for 20 years at 1320 dollar's worth for each Humane Society Shelter. bara continues to see
eeit
el--1 J :t Market St. is a Baptistby tax dollar spent. 8464 Beach Boulevard. The him without her mother's 1 a.m.

faith, will feature the permission.
a member of 'I seek this office on program
Elks Lodge and Moose, dedication of the new .'
'Pl1oni.EL'.14i8 my own merits as & suc- to 12 p.m.
Myrtle Ave. and Adorns and a dedicated civic cessful business man and $30,000 building program The STRAND

worker who has served as feel that I could, con- just completed of STARTING SUNDAYSPECTACULAR Free

STANDARD OYSTERS; NiE w. :I .. '1.15 president. of two Dade tribute to the future of the Annie Dore Buildingand .
clubs.In all the grounds.
STANDARD OYSTERS rim 60c announcing his can- our being city a member government of our by Grady L. Kirbo presi- DeliveryPhone ..
didacy for the important dent of the Jacksonville f' '
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SELECT OYSTERS IIRTINCR? M.30 _
rr. city office Lewis said: Humane Society, will pre-
SHELL OYSTERS with that "taitg-o-tht-Ma" Flavor "I have seen our city side. Joseph D. Kelly _
1Bu.. $3.00 Bu. $5.50 grow over the years intoa assistant manager of the
great city of which I Jacksonville Chamber of PO 59494ARMOUR

Salt Mullet Roe L.. B9c I SALT MULLET u. 29c an proud. Having an interest Commerce, will act as
in the past grow- master of ceremonies. The
MEDIUM MULLET u. 25c th and a solid interestin invocation will be givenby '.STAR. PORE>> PORK
our city's future I Helen 3ge
K Rev. Baker. Dr. '
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LARGE FRESH MULLET 29c a V
LI> ,
am seeking an oppor- } errill will give a brief

MEDIUM SHRIMP LI.. 89c '".?''iib-. 79c tunity to help in its history of the Jackson- Li-: SausagesMEATY ,lb.
development. ille Humane Society.
LARGE MEDIUM SHRIMP 5IIO
Lb. "Since the position I {omments will be givenby

seek is now open I am Mrs. L. Gottlieb pre-
ROE SHAD Lb.49',49c STEAKFISH L,. 59'
asking for the supportof sident of the Florida 1
Limited Amount 'fie
FRESH WATER LARGE all people to enableme umane Society and Direc- Neck- n S
CATFISH L, to work for the tor of the American Humane ,
SPECKLEDTROUT FLOUNDER x,. 43' betterment of the entire city council."I Association. There
community."I announce my candi- will be ribbon cutting I
59c STEAKS u.49c
,. Kingfish
L GRADE 'A'
for councilman,
dacy
will work deligently ceremony officiated by
Cap Canavartl SPANISH for new industrythat third ward with pride Mayor Hayden Burns GradyL. ,more beautiful and desirable. 29o

WHITNING L!_ 32c MACKEREL L. 39c Jacksonville needs and humility of one Kirbo and the mayorsof ,than CLEOPATRA herself... "
seeking to help make a Atlantic Beach and StamftO FRYERS "it.
good government better:' Jacksonville Beach. DEBRA PAGET MOIUSTOFIHOUSMOS

The father of two Representing the children _SItY -
children who attend of Duval County will be TBCHMICOLOM r rULTR00Pf ARMOUR STARPicnic

"FAYE EMERSON"PAINTS local public schools. Connie ,Gruenwalk from plus 39c
Lewis is married to the Jacksonville Beach, whow

\ former Edna Peek, his ill talk on the ONE OF THE TEN BEST HAMS lb.
devoted wife. children's feelings to- PICTURES OF THE YEAR!"

FOR RENT ward anmals. Closingthe \ REALISTIC AND UNSHOCKED SMALL MEATYSPARE
ceremonies will be a :
Nice Clean Rms-Quiet PROACH TO ADULTERY... 49CIb.
guided tour of the facilities -
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: Now Available II Jacksonville Christian Home-Aged and grounds directed -A h.r Winttun.N. Y Pot, RIBS
People PH El 3-4125
by members of the .
9.It{ --\ g CHILD CARE Women's Auxiliary of the five DAY I-: I
\
', S:9r/ab/e Jacksonville Humane So :
.:.. fv\&Mo : Would Like to Keep Infants FIRST CUT
ciety. Refreshments will too
v And Other ages -
be served. No admission.The .
2030 Mars St-El 5-5990 mVeR Pork
Public is invited. Chops
Mrs. L. Willis
"M*
) The public is urged to 111M
FOR RENT JEAN SEBERG JEAN-PIERRE CASSEL
bring a can of dog or
!1 o 4 Neatly Furn Rms & Apt-
:: cat food as a donation
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p\\ On Bus Lines-475 W. 19th
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4op'yoi'6 HOMES FOR SALE i SEE! THE KING OF THE TWIST 390Ib. :;


BRICK HOMES-3 BDRM2BathsCarportBuilt In CHUBBY CHECKERWITH LIVER .

Oven & Range-As Low As

$400 Down-$72
Monthly-
Model Home-6234 Cleve- HIS BAND THE CHECKER BOARDS HOG

Ell lS land Road PO 5-1296 390II.

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CHIPPYS ROOMING HOUSE t ECONOMY TBQNESTEAK

'218_Lee St...:.....- a 4-8069 6ge
"No Better Paint .
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iVo Lower Price"
,{ IMPERIAL SUNDRIESPatent w.


?d ; Hair All Medicines-Cosmetic Preparations Leading u. S. GOOD T-BONE
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98c
".i Cor. Broad & Ashley c .I

EL 4.2159 STEAK
CHUBBY CHECKER DEE D SHARP .ft.
LiLii FREE CUSTOM
SOUND SERVICES

JOHNNY O'lllEl TINTING I Sound Service for Ad- $1,000 TWIST CONTESTTHE BRISKET 2ge

rertising-Dances. Ball
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Valves like this vailable this week Games, Service etc. Also for LoudSpeaker Banquets FASCINATIONS-60881 CALENDER STEW w

Concerts, Record THE IMPRESSIONS 2 BIG BANDS _
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498 SINGLE GAL. 299 Hops etcPhone El 3-5902
2-GAL INT. LATEX 32
BIG STARS 32 INSTANT MAXWELL linE 69o

MODERN NEW HOME
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2-GAL EXT. LATEX 62fiAL. SINGLE GAL. 852 Grant Rd. JAX COLISEUM 2:30 & 8:30 COFFEE i II. jlf

69 399z. PINE ACROSS HILL FROM SCHOOL ------------------- wit& $5.11 K Mff "HI'
GLOSS ENAMEL SINGLE GAL.

375 DOWN SAT. MAR. 9th -

-.. CMJTSIIE WHITE 69 SINGLE GAL. 399 $55.83 PER MO. ADVANCE 51.50 DAY/ OF" SHO $2- Plenty of COONS

CALL FL 9.6644CRABTREE TICKETS NOW ON SALE AT
6" SINGLE GAL..79g & POSSUMS
2-8AL DRIPLESS LATEX HOMES EBONY RECORD SHOP 128 W. ASHLEY




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