The Florida star
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Title: The Florida star
Uniform Title: Florida star (Titusville, Fla.)
Alternate Title: Star
Physical Description: Newspaper
Language: English
Publisher: S.W. Harmon
Place of Publication: Titusville Fla
Creation Date: February 2, 1963
Frequency: weekly
Subjects / Keywords: Newspapers -- Titusville (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Cocoa (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
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Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Brevard -- Titusville
Coordinates: 28.591111 x -80.82 ( Place of Publication )
Dates or Sequential Designation: Began in 1880; ceased in 1917?
General Note: Publisher: P.E. Wager, 1880-<1882>.
General Note: Published at: Cocoa, Fla., Nov. 1, 1912-<June 5, 1914>.
General Note: Description based on: Vol. 1, no. 23 (Sept. 29, 1880).
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Preceded by: Indian River star (Titusville, Fla.)
Succeeded by: Indian River star (Cocoa, Fla.)

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Clemson College Extends Welcome To Its FirsiLA.Negro Student



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': 12-H0.44 SATURDAY FEBRUARY 2, 1963, 15 CENTS Who Is Responsible For Juvenile Delinquency? Polict Nab

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,1.J In 13 an effort Youths to curba

kifl) OLF COURSE BOWS -,..t.< ., hold-ups robberies rampage and of break-ins teenage other

forms of crime which

\ TO .U S COURT ORDER r: a y a ,a Jacksonville has down this been on week a steadily hideoutof swooped police in

* * * a group of juve-
Hiwberssip Dues Decreased nile delinquents and
New Fire StationAt hauled them off to

As Racial''Barriers Fall jail.

Roland Hurley, operator-owner of the searching Alert police for patrols three
25th &
MyrtleAnother Brentwood golf course which has increasedits
youths suspected of
membership fees after the court ruled ___
robbing a Broad St. Cbn-
I one of the improvements the that Negroes should be permitted to playon cern' cash register

FLORIDA STAR has campaigned for vigorously them agreed to drop the fees and Tuesday afternoon arrested -

over the years came closer to reality thereby saved himself from a contempt a Juvenile and

this week when the City Commission awarded citation by the federal court last 12 youths-four of them

the contract to build a Fire Stationat Wednesday. females-and recovered

25th Street and Myrtle Avenue. Hurley was cited duringan Negro golf associationswill several hundred dollars
injunction brought be given the same worth of merchandise
'The bid went to McMul- ?
$1 Million about by four Negro courtesy as whites in believed to have been
lin Construction Co. (A )3
golfers on Jan. 25 when regards to tournaments.The recently stolen from
at a figure of $69,949. foursome who
TwrilikissseeSuit their
Attorney Ernest D.
into the faces of of downtown stores.
CRIMINALS?---You are looking a group Negro
There is every indica- brought the originalsuit
Jackson told the court
youngsters ranging in ages from 17 to 21, who are being held on Detective T. ff. John-
tion that the new fire Amendtd that racial discrimination to desegregate the
house will be mannedby course Included Frank charges. But as you look at them, (probably calling them "young son said the cars were

Negro personnel.In TALLAHASSEE---A $!- at the was club being in practiced defianceof Hampton Edward J. Norman criminals' ) has it occurred to you that as citizens of this C, m- given descriptions of

an interview Mayor million suit seeking the court's order : Charles Brown and munity you and I may be partly responsible for the course of delinquency the three suspects immediately -
damages from Talla- Bevoye Austin Brown. 'they have fallen into? Lack of educational opportunities following the
Haydon Burns would not the
opening facility to
hassee city commissioners employment opportunities, recreational facilities low robbery and oae car sawa
that the new sta- all races on January 18.
say City Manager FavorsIntegrating economic standards, denial of civil rights are some of the factors trio enter 640 W. Monroe -
tion will be composed The petitioners main Mayor
Arvah Hopkins and two that lead to juvenile delinquency among Negro kids.Those who St.where the capturewas
of Negro firemen, but contention was based
city police officers failed to fight for these privileges for them are guilty of contributing made.
stated that the Civil upon the course's rais-
which was filed in to their crimes. How about you? START BY REGISTERINGTO Booked In city jail,
Service Board's previous federal court by five ing of membership dues .. awaiting further investigation -
Golf Courses? VOTE. and VOTE.
t ,call >,was..open to which, rose from _$18 .. are De-
Florida A. and M. Uni- J..1- :
f colored.It prior to Jan. 18 to $f2L- Mayor Haydon Burns' UL Honors alias
versity students, has announced 2 Brothers In Trio Admit lores Brown
was ,learned that been amended, it was peryear on the date the earlier this Waltina Carswell 17,

applications will be announced Monday.The court order went into week that he was callinga And 5 FirmsThe 990 Baker Ave.; Betty

called for in May in- students, who were effect. special meeting of Muggings Holdups Here Jean Williams, .17,

dicating that Negro applicants jailed and fined $300 Hurley's contentionthat city commissioners and Police are holding a trio of teenage Jacksonville Urban 745 DeWitt St.; Macie
will be the raise in membership city councilmen to dis- League as featureof
who a Wright 19, 640 W.
each of
on charges youths-two of them half-brothers--in con-
dues was an cuss the repurchase of its 15th annual league -
assigned to the 25th St. Prince
disturbing the peace economic necessity des- nection with a series of'pistol robberies Monroe ;
the city's two golf meeting honored
& Myrtle Fire station. sit-in demon- Wade 19, 801 Jefferson
during a two of them occurring Monday night as a
pite the fact that It
course which have been five Jax firms for out-
... ..... stration conducted last about when large crime wave continued here. St.; Charles Thomas\ :
** came a ordered Integrated. standing services during
Minnie -
Steward 17.
September in Trail-
a this
number of Negroes were Burns invited all the Held under multiple the past year in
To Ole Miss. Bus Station res- I Il comnunity.Pev. St. (wanted by
Returning ways to charges are Henry Love.
expected register on officials to attend because J. C. Johnson pre-
taurant, have had the 17, and his authorities) ; Tomaie
the day they became due. he said It would sented the citations to
suit amended to enjoin but he failed to prove take a majority of the Henry Louis Love 17. the Jacksonville Coach Lee Williams alias

city officials and that the move was a discriminatory members of both bodiesto both of whom live at Co. Winn-Dixie Inc. Eddie Lawrence Watts;
peace officers from 1527 N. 45th St. and Rubin Broekman, 21, Rt.
.. barrier a- favor such a move. He Western Electric Co. .
aiding concerns dealing Eugene Johnson. 19. of 9. Box 419-G. ; John
gainst Negroes. added that a majority in the Afro-Aaerlcan Life
with the general publicin Judge Simpson declared both the council and the 1152 W. 23rd Street. Insurance Co. and the Allen Mitchell alias

practicing racial the membership fee commission had voted to QUICK POLICE ACTION Fla.Jax Club of Jack- Curtis Allen Griffin;

J segregation.It raise was ,a deliberate sell the two course a City Patrolmen Marvin cm to. u\'!! sonville. 18, 1233 Swift St. ,

1 ..- was also announced attempt to discriminate few years ago when Negroes Young and Henry Edwards Seymore Melvin LaSalle,

that the Trailways Bus against Negro playersand started litigationto who arrested the two * * Bobby Love, Marshall

it+ Station restaurant has in his contempt citation play on the city- brothers one hour after Herman William, Mamas

since desegregated its gave Hurley until pwned facilities.In the Monday night rob- Support Your Edwards, (no a4dreee

facilities. Wednesday morning of view of a federal beries said the youths f given); and Tommy Lee

this week to give the court order to drop all admitted holding up a URBAN LEAGUE Williams, 18, 936

.t Students Give court non discriminatory racial discrimination at 15-year old lad with a \\T ). Madison St. (escaped

.L' Warm Welcome rules for the golf the courses. Bums' proposal 22 calibre revolver on fcOBERTL. LO With Your Dollars city prisoner).

JAMES MEREDITH course in order to purge; to repurchase them the 1500 block of Kings pistol which had been

...Commended For Stand --_. himself of the contempt was interpreted as the Road and took a. sum of thrown to the sidewalkby * * * II

JACKSON Miss.---During t Y'\. citation. Mayor's favoring com- money from him along ) the youths.

a press conference held >, .,... During Wednesday'shearing. plete desegregation of with his hat and trench i ". yr, .- _-i d
coat. They also admitted
l lr lr lr
here Wednesday, James '. the followingrecommendations the units.
holding a lyrtle Ave.
Meredity, first Negro were Burns said that at the up
sandwich shop of $16.26
student to break the presentee by rurley! and time the city commis-
about an hour earlier.
r in turn sions and the city coun-
University of Missis were accepted by
Johnson was picked up
sippi's racial barriers' I the court and the petitioners cilors voted to close early Tuesday by detec-

told he will : and later sell the two Fred /
newsmen J JfFJ' tive Sgts. Gray,
eturn to classes forth The $18 per year membership units the racial atmos- Joe Hami in. and Tom % y S :S

second semester. fee is retroactive phere was that of a Johnson. Sgt. B.'. Kendall r- .t+-'

Meredith was roundly from Jan. 1. 19P3 "virtual powder keg." picked up the gun _S ,wS

applauded by the news- : and will remain in effect He observed that the believed to have been

men following his an' until Jan.31. 1964. situation has changed used in the robberieson
nouncement. The course operators with several local facilities 45th Street.The :r :

HARVEY GANTT may close membershipsafter being inte trio are elso believed -

WilkiRS Says ...Final Barrier Broken they have been in grated without incident. to have been im-

force for six months. The conference was plicated in a previous
Hlr.fll a. f&>N. s.C. Public
Ills school segregation Course fees will be called off due to the Friday night confec- 5

final barrier was raised from $2.50 to absence of CommissionerJ. tionary robbery. F
broken here last Mondaymorning $3.00 for members and Dillion Kennedy and Patrolmen Young and
The conduct of the when Harvey $3.50 to $4.00 for Councilman Brad Tredi- Edwards captured Henry
University of Mississippi -
Gantt. a 20-year old guests. Each member may nick. Louis at approximately
students demon-
Negro architechural have as many as three The Burns suggestion 15 minutes following the .F

strates o'f.the evil Effects transfer student from playing guests at one came after the Brentwood sandwich shop robbery at

segregation Iowa University was enrolled time but the guests must membership fees were 23rd St. and Myrtle

Roy wilkins executive here at Clemson be accompanied by mem- increased from $18 to Ave.. and Robert L. in

secretary of the National College In a congenial bers at all times. Two- $120 yearly when Negroes the 4000 block of kon-! S M -
Association for applied last week. The
,atmosphere. somes threesomes and crief Road some 25
the Advancement of CALM CLIMATE CREATED foursomes: respectively owner contended that the minutes later. The 23rd

Colored People, told may be engaged in playat increase was due to and Myrtle area is where! _
students of Coe College Numerous meeting between the same time.. economic reasons, but .t;
here. Gov. Donald Russell Burns said the increase
a stipulated a-
"The behavior, of Clemson College Presi- mount of time the own- 'will place the usage
dent Dr., Robert Edwards of this course beyond
students in ers may raise or reduce
harassing James Meredith local clergy student fees at their own dis- the means of many BARRIERS FALL---Shown on the steps of the Federal Courthouse
," Mr. Wilkins body representatives and players:" seek a con-
cretion.The building as they went before Judge Bryan Simpson to
said, "proves, that business organization took It is known that the operation for
had been court under tempt citation against the Brentwood golf course
segregated education conducting a advisement Hurley'sreQuest golf courses normally racial discrimination are, from left, Joe Gardner Charles Brown.
series of meetings on operate at a loss
hurts white young regarding the Frank Hampton Joe Boshey and Atty. Ernest Jackson. Hampton and
\ people as well peaceful acceptance of issuance of making it necessary to a ocrsrn Brow, act
as courtesy with Edward J. Norman and Bevoye Austin
1 the better-then centuryold be subsidized by city Brown along
colored. These kids cards.It the suit.
the original petitioners
I institution to its funds. Sgt Kendall found the shown were
are immature was also ruled that
first Negro student.

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Florida Star Pobliahint co. ,
'11ber of Associated f'r t Lr,
Negro press'ERIC

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AlYSIN E. WISE.................News EtitirHILBA iti ..p Y Vice President Lyndon B. Johnson said
recently at the President' Coanittee on
W8ITEN.....................CifctlatiM Manager '1 Equal Employment Opportunity is engagedin

a three-point process of eliminating

MAIN OFFICE & PLANT discrimination. ,*
\ ;: The Vice President, chairman of the

2323 Moic ref i Road.....PkeH ELii I 4-6182EL r V'i President's Committee on Equal B JLoyment
r : Ni Opportunity, spoke at a Plans fer, Pro-

4-6783 ., > gress banquet in Washington following
.r A; the signing of Plans for Progress in e-

MAILING A88RESS: qual employment opportunity by 19 addi-
g { companies.The .
P- 0. Box 561 Jacksonville
1, Fliri.a additional signers brought to 104
-.--- : GHETTO 1 the number of major national business
t, ry firms which have signed with the Vice
One Year $6.00 Half tear, $4.00 ; President pledges to carry

Mailed to you Anywhere in the united States out equal opportunity meas-
Subscription payable in Advance ; t.r
ures above and beyond the
Send ChAk or Money order to:
+ + I IIT'S basic requirements of Presi-
FLORIDA STAR P. 0. BOX 561 : .t dent
Kennedy's executive
Jacksonville I Florida 1
order establishing the
P 1. hS equal

opportunity program."I .
5 NEGRO CONGRESSMEN believe that most of
a 1i. c, you like me, have recognized -
: BACK PRESIDENT'S PROGRAMDuring 1; + ti 4 r,:;4 V by this time that a sentenceto "

,menial labor cannot be SIMPSON
swearing in of members of the 4Q.Ca r. ;R& t rectified merely by removing that sen-
88th Congress recently, the administration tence," Vice President Johnson declared.
was assured of the support of five
'Really, what we are engaged in is a
Negro members who represent districtsfrom x. ..' r.Ie three-step process:
the states of" Illinois, New York, "First, we must open up the doors of

Michigan, Pennsylvania and California.The .t equal opportunity so that we can truth-
newcomer joining the four other Ne- You Wee k I ;' fully say that employment shall be on
groes, all who won resounding elections, V yHoroscope V r the basis of merit and without regard to

/ is August F. (Gus) Hawkins, 55, of Cali- '. 'tH irrelevant considerations of ancestry.

fornia's 21st District. Hall supportedthe "Then, we must open up the doors of

other four Negro congressmen in vot- : Guide 1 : training so that those to whom we have

ing to keep the Rules Committee at its H / : VV given access to equal opportunity will
strength of 15 members.
present be in a position to prepare themselvesfor
The first Negro to be elected to con- ) that opportunity.

gress from west of the Rockies, Hawkins, ly PABLO The ASTROLOGERWHICH "Finally, however, we must strike down
born in Louisiana, went to LOS Angelesat the habits of mind and the social institutions -
the age of 11, attended Jefferson High ARE YOUR LUCKY DAYS FOR which make those who have
School and UCLA. Elected to the Cali- been the victims of discrimination skep-
fornia Assembly in 1934, he pushed many BUSINESS LOVE TRAVEL tical of the efforts that are being made
civil rights laws in that state. His to remove that discrimination. The three-
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recommendation resulted a Negro being step process that I have described has

named to the California Highway Patrol, ARIES nasty turn walk are besetting you to jeopardize your led to the "Plans for Progress" pro-

the first Negro judge, Cecil Poole was Born March 21st thru carefully on icy during this quarter, livelihood. gram. Our government can, and has, established -
appointed first Negro Assistant U. S. April I 19th streets and avoid you may find it more a compliance program in which
Attorney and he (Hawkins) was successfulin driving on dangerous realistic to look 7-60-77-12-38-761 sanctions can be exercised to maintain

having a Negro appointed to the Los The tenser you grow highways. A whole within yourself for SAGITTARIUSBorn non-discrimination. But our government
Angeles Board of Public Works. the greater the dan- series of adverse the culprit. If you Nov. 23rd thru cannot by decree enforce sanctions that
The senior member of the group is Rep. ger of doing the aspects spell out have a partner who Cec. 21st govern our social institutions and our
William L. Dawson, 76, of Illinois' First wrong thing becomes. caution in every- is honest and brave pattern of thought."

District. During last fall's campaign, This is particularlytrue thing you dp. enough to help you Your emotions are During the signing ceremonies, Presi-
Mr. Dawson was ill, but was at 'his post in regard to in this thanklesstask more apt to rule you dent Kennedy, Secretary. if Labor W. ffil-
during the opening day session. Dawson your pecuniary dealings 4-50-33-14-59-453 ) you should be than contrariwise, lard Wirtz and Committee Executive Vice
is chairman of the powerful Government investmentsand ,grateful instead of if you don't watch Chairman Hobart Taylor, Jr. also com-
Operations Committee and also the Dis- affectionate at- Born.CANCER June c2nd thru resentful. should yourself closely.This mended the Plans for Progress program
trict Committee. tachments. If you July 22nd take all the obvious would not be to and the 19 new participants in that

Congressman Adam Clayton Powell, 54, have seen your resources precautions at any your advantagetosay program.
from New York's District 18, is chairmanof shrinking at Nothing but the time during this the least. You The Vice President emphasized that com-
the House Education and Labor Com- an alarming rate, greatest restraintand quarter, that are could subsequentlyget panies coming under the Plans for Pro-
mittee. you will only hastenthe the height of made necessary by involved in gress program "are not relieved from any
Charles C. Diggs Jr. 40, of Michigan's13th day of reckoning frugality will do to adverse working or family or legal controversies of their obligations under the Presi-

Dist. and William N. C. Nix 57, should you take even counteract the tre- weather conditions. the result dent's Executive Order. But they also
of Pennsylvania's 2nd Dist. are quiet but more reckless chancein mendous pressuresthat 8-40-22-13-43-842 of which may be realize that as Americans they have an
effective members of the Interstate and the hope that you are being applied interminably delayedor obligation to go beyond that and to take
Foreign Commerce Committee. Hawkins, who can reverse trends.the Weigh adverse on your cash LIBRA I unfavorable' to the positive steps that will really

had not been placed on any committee every decision and and reserve assets Born Sept. 23rd" thru your cause. solve the problem."

during the initial Democrats caucus, let action very care- Each day of this Oct. 23rd 9-10-99-19-63-916 Signers of the Plans for Progress in
it be known he wants to join either the fully before you are first quarter is as the White House ceremonies January 17

Education and Labor or Banking and CUr- hopelessly committedon hazardous as the As you seem to be CAPRICORNBorn I were:
rency committees. If he cannot land on each day of this next, and you cannot very vulnerable e- Dec. 22nd thru American Airlines Inc. New York, C.
either committee his choice then ,wouldbe troublesome first depend on chance to motionally it would Jan. 19th R. Smity president; Atchison, Topekaand
on the Interstate and Foreign Com- quarter. intervene in your be a protective move Santa Fe Railway System Chicago,
mittee. 3-90-77-16-46-397 behalf at any time. on your part to It is neither part W. 0. More, vice president for per-
You may be well advised steer clear of situ- of your basic naturenor sonnel; Babcock & Wilcox Company, New

A PEACE THAT RESTS ON POWERSenator Born \pr4P4&h thru to hand over tions that find you of the existing York M. Nielsen, president; Bell Tele-
the management of
Hay roth weak and helpless. planetary pattern phone Company of Philadelphia John
joint cash and valu- take unwarrantedrisks Markle II vice president for personnel
Goldwater, in one of his late There are individualwho ;
newspaper columns, finds great satisfac- able holdings to the are not very with cash or Cleveland Electric Illuminating Com-
tion, in the fact that President Kennedy Attacks on your reputation partner you have scrupulous and who basic resources. The pany Cleveland R. E. Walker, vice
made tours of some major U.S. military installations or leader- chosen for life or may not hesitate to Capricornians who gc president for general services; Colgate-
and has in public statements, ship take the shapeof for business pur- take advantage of contrary to this Palmolive Company, New York D. C. Hand,
spoken of our military power" as the concerted actions pose. your feelings for principle should be vice president for employee relations; t
foundation stone of United States diplo including trickery, 270441882274LEO them to satisfy prepared to absorb Columbia Broadcasting System, Inc. New
macy." The Senator adds: Newspaper re- intrigue or subver- their own egos or to staggering losses York Lawrence W. Lowman, vice presi-
ports. .say that he has been deeply awed sion. Conditions Born July 23rd thru. separate you from during this whole dent; Cudahy Packing Company Omaha
the home and
by the tremendous power at his command." within Aug. 22nd your hard-earned period. Nebraska, Edward Cudahy, Jr. president;
The Senator's point is that it is this family are also far financial holdings. 2-50-11-13-72-251 Massey-Ferguson, Inc. Toronto Canada,
power that maintains the peace, and the from peaceful and The relations bet- Trickery, pressuresor AQUARIUSBorn D. A. Coape-Arnold, president; Monsan to
President has made it plain that he too you may find your- ween you and the other efficacious Research Corporation, Miamisburg, Ohio
Jan. 20th thru
self beset dif- of the world
by ,
holds that view. And no one can rationallyargue methods may be used Feb. 18th Howard K. Nason president; National
ficulties that ariseon friend and foe alike
that the Free World would have much ar e apt to be any day during this Lead Company New York Joseph A. Martino -
: chance of surviving if that power did not all sides. Instead .strained to the quarter to 'catch you As your mate or president; National Tea Company,
exist, and in ever-increasing might. This of strikingback breaking point. You off guard and to get partner may be under Chicago Norman A. Stapleton president;
country is the West's arsenal and guardianA blindly or e- could be the irresi- you to submit. great strain you New England Telephone and Telegraph QHI-
motionally, use the would do well to
weak United States would amount to an stible force smashing 5-80-66-18-97-586 use pany. Boston E.Whi te, president;
invitation to the Soviets to throw their weapons of diplomacyor into the immovable your influence to New Jersey Bell Telephone Company, New
secret alliancesto ease matters insteadof
plans of world conquest into high gear-- maintain body, indi- SCORPIOBorn ar*.. E. Hornsby Wasson, president;
and the Soviets do not refuse invitationsof your po- cating that there is Oct. 2Mth thru aggravating them Northwestern Bell Telephone Company
sition. Tensions
that nature.We nothing to be gainedby Nov. 22nd by demands or lack Jacobson president -
continue to rise all of understanding.This Omaha, Nebraska, A. F.
hope for a time when disarmament will employing such Bell Telephone
through the is Pacific Northwest
quarter This is slated to quarter extremely ;
be possible, and when the vast resourcesin tactics. It would be viee
Don J. Robbins
rather hectic Seattle,
until they reach a be a critical in Company,
money in human energy, in scientific grand climax. wiser to join those week, particularly connection with president for personnel; Singer Manufacturing -
achievement that military power now consumes you cannot lick, as if you decide to your key associa- Company New York Donald P.
can be used for happier ends. But 1-20-55-17-23-125 the combination defy those who wield tions. You would Kircher, president; U. S. industries,
that time is not now--nor does its light -. could prove to be the power.They seem have little to gain, Inc. New York. John I. Snyder, president -
show even feebly on the horizon. Meanwhileas GEMINIBorn I far more profitablethan to hold the balanceof and much to lose. Walgreen Drug Company Chicago,
Mr. Goldwater eloquently puts it, we May 21st thru either side suspects power and they 8-40-55-16-98-845 Casey; La Framenta, vice president, employee -
must preserve our power advantage".andenhance June 21st at the start. are quite capable of PISCESBorn elatims and persc nel.
it by constant development of new Every day of this using it to your
weapons and new techniques--not wage This usually is one hectic quarter is chagrin and detri- Feb. I ICth thru THE RETAIL. STORYAn

war against Soviet Russia, but to wage an of the months when likely to contain a ment when you give March 20th excellent film, of a documentary
effective >peace." physical resistanceis crisis, mostly of them the opportunityNo character, could be made of the history of .I
TRADITIONAL AMERICAN at its lowest your own making. matter how sin- This is likely to retailing in this ccuntry.It .
point. With this 6-30-88-15-75-638 cere you may be in be the cost diffi- might begin with the trading posts
Businesses of every kind have one thingin fact firmly imbeddedin your beliefs and cult quarter of the and the settlers who followed the troopsin
common. They are forever searching for your mind, you : convictions this is month, caking it desirable the West. And it would give consider-
ways and means to do a given job better should be better VIRGO I not the time to reseal for you to able attention to the oldtilepori...,
and at a lower cost. That goes for both able to avoid catch- Born Aug.. 23rd 22nd thruSept. them where the make certain that which carries everything fro Dolts of

little things and bier ing colds, or under- general sentiment is your position is a gingham to barrelled whiskey. Many a MR
An interesting instance of this, which, taking assignmentsthat in opposition. Even sheltered one. Avoid is still alive who can remember those
directly or indirectly, will affect just are above your Instead of tryingto if you think you are getting mixed up in days. He can remember, too, that the emporium -
about everyone in the country, is foundin strength or endu- place the blame the victim of injus- labor troubles. possessed the nearest thing to a
a recent innovation made in REA es- rance. And wheneverthe elsewhere for any of tices, take them in retail monopoly the country has ever #
operations. weather takes a the troubles that stride in order not 4-20-33-15-86-423 T
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MANY HAPPY RETURNS OP THE DAY were tendered Mrs. Irene Groom Saturday night, Jan. 26 when her Ella M. Groom, the honoree, Miss Altamese Wright, Robert, Stevens and Mrs. Esther Davis. Photo

children presented her with a surprise birthday party in the home of her sister Mrs. Drucilla right (from left): Mrs. Rebecca Jones, Miss Carolyn Jones, -Mrs. Shirley Stevens, Mrs. Effie Scott

Jones, 1330 W. 45th St. The honoree was the proud recipient of numerous beautiful gifts_ and expressions Mrs. Edna Calhoun ,and Mrs. brine Clark. Mrs. Groom's children Mrs. Altamese Wright, Mrs. Ella

of fedicitation from family members and friends. A boutiful buffet repast was served, M. Groom, Mrs. Shirley Stevens, Robert Stevens and her God Daughter Mrs. Barbara Davis sponsored
climaxed bya..Jo1'usJsocia1; interlude. Among attendees present were photo left (from left, ): Mrs. the event.
:, Frances Simons, Mrs. Rebecca Jones, Mrs. Lily S. Thomas Mrs. Inez Groom (honoree), Albert jones, (Bi.lly Brown Fhotos)

Mrs. Cbrine and, George Davis. Center pix from left: Alexander Groom, Mrs. Shirley Stevens, Mrs.

a -. Complete Second Annual Program Wedding BeIIsF)

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With\ i Itth St 'C'and Constance )

,'J'? LOUISE I, G. GUINYARUJacksonville I Rhymes, 910 Fearlstreet.

f ','- society had a very refreshing weekend Andrew. Joyce 34. 1511 W :

highlighted by the "Curfew Fashion Show" 9th St ;26 and Catherine '1.4..?'"":'

at the Eldorado Club last Sunday evening. Per- r Stripling. 1719 Tyler t'k.<:.(\:::t'..:"' SALE
sons attending the show enjoyed themselves Immensely Street, '3Washington =t. y.r '

while contributing to a very worthwhile Chapman, 1097v j.::

civic project. T. L. Redding, chairman of the r.., 22nd '3t. 59 and C :
r ,
fashion show were both highly pleased with the f Rosie Reeves, J997 W x"'"" -o '63.
results of their efforts. 22nd Street 39. :s \ $'

Jessie Thomas. Jr. 1251 _
7 { .... .... .... .... .... .... i West 24th
St. 37 and
f Elmira Dozier, 1251 W ISUVi1Polyethylene
Members of Florida A. and M. University's Play- 24th St.. 36.

makers Guild were sensational in their presentation BenJ. F. Gardner, 1125W
-: Jacksonville 'e 28th St. Plasiicware
of 'SimplyHeavenly in Civic -- 92 and
"Ariditorium Monday 'ev ning.('Patrons' were doubly ty x : t Mattie Miller 1125 W

rewarded for besides enjoying a wonderful performance 1 .5 28th Street 52. All Larger Sizes Only

j they were able to meet the cast, the Edward M. Green 826 W.
director, and sponsors personally at a reception 'Duval Street 30 and C

held in Room Three Hundred the Civic Audi- ,Jessie Mae Of fort, 729 77
( torium immediately following the play. West Union Street, 18.
'1 Jerome Harper, 2029 Each
Receiving with the cast were Mrs. Mildred Hampton
r and Miss Norma Llttlejohn, co-chairmen of Talladega Road, 31 and
Agnes C. Sherrer 2725 ..AluIWLJJ Values to $1.39
E the sponsoring group; Mr. and Mrs. Charles D. :
Brooks; Dr. and Mrs. S. Randolph Edmunds of g Hamilton Circle 19. tuba
William 18-qt. Utility
. FAMU: and Mrs. Rebecca Steele of FAMU. Hostesses Duncan 1317 W. 18-qt. Round wastebasket
15th Street 19 and
from New stantbn High, School Ijrelutled Mrs-. -A1mira'Wilson '
: -" : io'g'ia Gloria Yvonne Snith, 536 Oval waste basket
{ Mrs. Mary B. Mitchell. Mrs. 17-qt .
Acosta Street 1& -
B.' Snyder, and Mrs. Sara Folsom. 13-qt. Rectangular wastebasket
( The FAMU PI ay makers Guild will leave the country ry '.e ar
Annual Workshop 12-qt. Round dish pan
February 18 for a two-months tour in Europe :
4 M llVi-qt. Rectangular
where they will entertain members of the armed Schedule Set handi-pen

forces stationed in that theatre. They are Utility bin
being sent by the U. S. Defense Department. TRICHOIDGISTS BEAUTICIANS League Local 38 have completed plans for their annual TALLAHASSEE The 13th 11%-qt E-Z-pour-spout
annual Florida A&M uni-
Hair Style Fashion Show which will be presented SaturdayFeb. 16 startingat pail3Piece
( .:.. .... .... .... .... .... 9 p.m.in Duval County Armory.Wellknown models will be program participants. versity Interscholastic (measure-marked mixing bowl)set
Press Workshop will be
I League members who helped prepare this year's program are, foreground (left):
held February 28-March
Les Charmantes Bridge Club met in the home of Miss Rose Tel fair. Co chairman; Mrs. Eddie Lee Brown Sgt. at Arms; and Mrs. 2.

\ Mrs.-Joyce-Lawsoni.lastn"Saturday: evening '.and Minnie Lee Alexander ,parliamentarian. Bottom row from left: Mrs. Mary Healey

heard a report of the Social'Committee: given co publicity chairman; Miss Bessie Graham assistant financial secretary;
'f by its chairman, Mrs. Charlotte Bostick. The Mrs. Edna Lewis treasurer, and Mrs. Eura Barnes first ,vice president.BIRTHS .
\i group will hold its annual St. Valentine's Party .

I, on Saturday February 23, at the Eldorado Club. Party Climax's Year's Activities
Mrs. Lois Iszard and Mrs. Delphenia M. Greene
I were guest players and both received lovely f '1

i; gifts from the hostess.
Club prizes were awarded to Mrs. Norma S.White, Mr. and Mrs. Will son
Mrs. Priscilla W. Brown, and Mrs. Arnett R. Holsey: 1322 E. 4th St ; 0\\

Walker. Boy
t I Mr end Mrs. Dan Lonon

I .... .... .... .... .... .... 1437 Louistna St ; Boy. l
Mr, and Mrs. Willie
Gamma Rho Omega: Chapter of' Alpha' Kappa AlphaSbrorlty Haifcins; 4976 Paris Ave.;

J Inc:, will observe it's second 'AKA Girl 1 1
Week1 J : February 10-20th. We will have a list Mr. and Mrs. Ulysess
k of the various activities in the next issue.Englishmen Cop eland; 106' 10th St. ; I

I Mr and Mrs Jefferson i

If f Avenue War then; ; Boy.1322 Florida POLYETHYLENE BATHROOM ENSEMBLE I

\ Mr. and Mrs. Frank I

White; 1937 Earline

\ all the Drive; Girl. r --
Of Mr. and Mrs. Haile j

k Johnson; 1654 Dot Street
I Girl. '
4 .
Mr. and Mrs. Jack
who cllrixnk Jones: 1056 W. State i
< gin.. .
Ii Street; Boy.
M r. and Mrs. John Tzl:4
how mndThTk Barfield; 3438 Haines :

II Street: Boy. \
GQJroon'( ) $1 Mr. and Mrs. Jake Mc- .,

I Cant Girl.; 1195 W. 21st St.; i' 1 ir

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Mr and Mrs. Curtis

!, Mast of th m."And it's been that way for Klllner 2425 E Lincoln : a. i
.TO be blunt about Gordon's s Ct.; Boy. !.. 3

: P' is England's biggest selling gin-as',. it' is Mr. and' Mrs, Arthur; = -' Ventilated Clothes
-19 America's and the world's. Taylor; 1431 Franklin Hamper

I Why?Probably because we Street: Girl. Large 40 at capacity. Open Only
have always refused to Mr. and Mrs. Arnett aides and back for complete
t Rogers; 1355 Grothe St.; ,,. ventilation. Uses wasted
tamper with a good thing. ,.. corner space decoratively.
Cordon's still harks back to r Ideal for bathroom closet
Mr. and Mrs. Saanel and bedroom. $3
I I Alexander Gordon's original
Price: 3024 Breve Dr ; Wast Basket Set
formula conceived
I Keeps every room epic
London 193 years ago-so 'j '. 4 j IBS OONNOISEURS of Cosmetology closed out their year's activities with presentation span.
I and Mr. end Mrs Gale Collins : lewl Brush and Holder If bought $S.l5
its distinctive dryness ; 5533 Ahaad.Cr.!: ; of their annual party last Friday night, Jan. 18 In the palatial Drip and rust proof. separately.
flavour remain unchanged p .- 11011I8 of Mrs. Wilma Dorrell. 1736 Davis St. The exchanging of gifts a social
and unchallenged to this LO* OKD TV Mr. and lIrs. TheodoreLee Interlude and the serving of a bountiful buffet luncheon highlighted the Durable colorful polyethylene. Can't chip or peel,odorless

I day. Asl%. for Gordon's byname GIN. ..f. ; 1465 W. 20th St.; evening's activities. Some of the attendees shorn in top photo from left are: .lightweight easy to clean. Choice of ye fcw.wfeiU deco
at your favourite Altamese Wright recording pink, lilac or turquoise. Matched seta paCkalate
Girl. Mrs. Juanita Clark, Miss Gloria Grady Al Crawford, Mrs.
Uvem and package store. Alice A. Slater, assistant secre- Mr. and Mrs. Jaaes secretary; Mrs. Esther Mason Mrs.
Kitchen; 1340 Kings Rd.; tary. Bottom photo from left. Billy Hall, Van Denmark Hostees I. Dorrell -
Boy. parliamentarian; Mrs. Edna Calhoun, business manager; Johnny: Sinners, Mrs. Ida RES' S (STOM ADDU'K
astute icaoi+ MT eat MOX menu swm KSTUU nor gusto: reer.eotoors ._ c_ ," AND HOW*)
err cm eUTLI.JIIIU.U.HOIUCt! tt EIL Mrend Mrs. Robert Walker, Mrs. Amy Brown, Mrs. Lottie Blerson and Prank Courtney. .- >, -- -, -
Myers; 2027 venas St.; Billy Brown Photo)

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Prof. Harold Boggs and the Boggs Singers will
appear in a recital at the First Born Temple,
825 W. Monroe Street Feb. 7 at 8 p.m. IB the
: first anniversary observance of the Young Adult

3 s. z I Choir. Elder A. Hill is the pastor and Mrs.

Ii I Dorothy: Johnson is sponsor.

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Jerome H. Thomas will present a musical recital
n' Feb. 8 at 8 p.m. at Mt. Lilla Baptist Church in
behalf District 3. The Latimore Singers and

5 the Voices of Jerusalem will also be present.

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MEMBERS AND GUESTS of A. L. Flemming Chapter No. 45 Order of the Edna Calhoun, Johnnie Mae Brown, May Ellen- Lewis, Louise Brown, The church and pastor's anniversary of Greater
Zion Grove Baptist Church will begin Feb.
Eastern Star closed out past year's activities Monday night with a Coretha Williams Lucile George Camelia Hartley, Daisy Johnson, 24.
Various ministers and their will
1 congregations
buffet luncheon-social in the home of Mrs. Alice Conway 1288W.
Joanne Jackson and A. L. Flemming. Guests present were: Miss
28th St. Officers and members (Photo left) present were: Mrs. Catherine Haines, Mrs. Juanita Clark Mrs. Gloria Greene Mrs. haze charge of service nightly. Rev. Robert
Emma Watkins, Worthy Matrcn; Mesdames Josephine Bryant Ida Mil EdwardsMiss Brooks is the pastor. District r will sponsor a
Evelyn Catherine Salmon, Mrs. Nellie Lee Carter Mrs.
fish fry at the church on Feb. 2-
dred Bivins hostess Alice Conway Julia Galvins Ruby Herndon Mattie Simmons Mrs. Lucille Jones and Willie Lee Huey.

Josephine Johnson, Ora Dee Nails Willie Mae 'Thorpe Jones Wilson, (Billy Brown Photos) .. ..:: .... .. .. .. .. .. .. : .. .... : .. .. .. ...... ..

_AdY itillment-' I "TV Gospel Time" Travels l Annual Men's Day services will be observed in
r" '"
H['I : : Church 0 f \J'Voodlawn Presbyterian DEATHS Bethlehem Baptist Church Sunday, Feb. 24 with

.!. i ,t!:f4:_., ;: .1< I I1i God By, Faith From Manhattan To Memphis Frederick Hayes; 1403 Hulley chairman Brunson, directing., chairman The, and daylong Eugene program Sawyer.willbe GO
<'1< "TV Gospel Tine," the new television series BY L.N. PEARSON SR. Stafford Street. announced.
J I ;"f' The general chairman of that presents both Negro theatre and recording The United PresbyterianYouth Eddie L. HcCray; 614

"j.! the school building committee stars and top nonprofess singers over a Junior Group will Court G. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .... .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .... .... .. ..
\ \ of the Church of special network is nOl r filming programs in meet Saturday February Elijah Maxey; 1359 Har-
God By Faith. Inc. widely scattered cities--i recently pr educing five 2, in the WestminsterHut rison Street. Mrs. Patricia Adams Johnson, professor of Howard
I I Aaron L. Matthews, Jr. ; half-hour shows in Men!&)his,, Tenn. at 4:00 p.m. The Simon H. Kohn; Rt. 4. University School of Fine Arts, and a nationally -
; takes pride in announ- Senior Group will meet Box 443A. Wesconnett. known concert soprano, will be featured
yr cing that the John The Sunday morning Soul Stirrers; the in the hut at
Saturday Mrs. Aretha Williams; artist Feb. 11 during the recital scheduled for
Bright The series--which is seen Highway QC* s; the Soul .
Academy 5:00 p.m.Church 494 Broach St. St. St. Paul AME Church Monday. Feb. 11. The pro-
Church of God by Faith' in this area at 9 over Stirrers and the Cara- .
School will begin Augustine.Mrs.
is being presented feature of
gram as a Edward \
.. Christian School has WJXT-TV channel 4--has vans. .
Sunday. February 3 Lille M. Gore; Way-
Waters O:>llege' s annual Founder's Day observance.
J Unclaimed Furs been completed.The been filmed "on loca- Of course the main in the George Washington cross Georgia.
Choirs 1, 2, and 3 of Mt. Calvary Baptist
twelve-classroom tion' thus far in of filming some School
purpose Carver Elementary Jonas Harden; 815 Shet-
To Be Sold Brooklyn and Memphis. Church will meet at 8 p.m. for rehearsal. Dis-
structure, erected at of the 'TV Gospel. 2854 W. 45th Street at ter Avenue.
I Here is the atorr of these furl.j Fifth and Academy Sts.. Brooklyn programs Time" shows in Memphiswas 10:00 a. m. with T. V. Anderson Parks; 111 tricts 2 and 15 will sponsor a coffee sip SUn-
Furriers from time to time get Ocala, was built by the originated from the to permit Tennessee Huger superintendent in North Street day at 4 p.m. in the home of Mrs. A. Riley,
"stuck" with furs unclaimed or Allen M. Campbell Co. large Washington Temple groups to participatein charge. 1912 Durkee Drive.

j uncalled for from etonge. Spot-. Contractors -of. Tyler, ; while the Memphis- the series. The The Horning worship -
rite cleaners Florid. Ave. '
J has been consigned a lane croup Texas. The building was filmed' shows were pro sponsor of the program service will begin at BOWLINE
of new and second hand used furs inspected and acceptedin duced in the ,studios of wants to give television 10:55 a.m. with the f I CONTINENTAL
which will be almost given away January. television station WMCT. audiences thebest and pastor Rev. F.I D. Wilson
!In the Jacksonville'area. Imagine Matthews expressed A large party traveledto widest possible varietyof bringing the message. 13118 Edgowood CO Phone II I
muskrat stole for
buying a dyed gratitude ,.all to The United Choir will LAN
to personswho Memphis arrange Negro talent--also to
only $15. These stoles really look "
d< like new but because they have helped in this great and produce the pro- give singers from dif- support the rites withC. I off Cleveland 768-3493 I IIn
J. ; been used must be labeled second: task. The fight has been grams including representatives ferent parts of the .C. Simmons Jr. at the
1' hand used. Fur origin unknown. well fought, and :half of theproducer. country the opportunityto piano.
\ I If you want to buy one of these our goal is accom- the distributor on a network\ Feb. 6, Wednesday at '
bargains at $15 come early to plished.The and the sponsor TV Show.appear 7:00 p.m. Prayer and appreciation for the wonderful acceptance If
make your selection.
i. I You win bave a large variety of for the Dedicatory school has services been Pharmaco inc.of, Artra.manufacturers Officials PlanFounder's Study served.Hour Friday will Feb.be ob 8th and support I have been given since '
new stoles to choose from In dyed .
squirrel, dyed marmot natural set for February 17, and Cosmetics, Feen-a-mint- at 8tCO p.m. the United assuming the responsibility
mink paw and various ahadeir.tn are-tobe' conducted from Sulfur-8 and etherpharmaceutical DayObservances choir-will rehearse.On t r 1I t
the natural mink stoles both in the school auditorium and Sunday, Feb. 10, as manager of the Continental] .
the split and fully letout skins. located at the South loyalty Day at Woodlawn
New fur producta labeled to show W.F. Ball and Bowling Lanes, I am inviting
I end of the building. The Also journeying to Bishop will be observed. We t ,
r country of origin of imported furs. *
1 New natural mink jackets. Beautiful affair is to begin one Memphis were many famous President W.B. Stewartof urge each member tobe the entire Jacksonville Community
J natural atone marten scarfs. o'clock in the after- singers and vocal groups Edward Waters College present and bring a j
; Collars for trimming suits and noon. A tour of the among which were Marie this week were engagedin friend in order that .you t to bowl at our magni t kI ,
i\j \I eo.ta. A deposit will hold yourlayaway. building and grounds Knight, the internationally completing plans for show your loyalty.
I .No refunds and all sales the college's 97th annual want to be ficent establishment Friday -
'e final. will follow the cere- known singerof If you I t
1 monies. Pounder Day observance satisfied with yout lot
J TheM furs are on sale IfS gospel and popular Saturday and Sunday February
The public is invitedto which is in life build a service ,
Otrite Cleaners. 760 Florida songs; J. H. (Jessie)

I to Ave.7:00, on p-m.display Phone daily EL, 9:00:5-9745.ajn. attend the services. original Parley members one cf of-the the through scheduled the for 13th.Feb. 10th station on it. 1,2, and 3 only/for just] I

Special efforts are 25$ per game. This does not
\ .j .J being made to enlist the First Born Plans I
support of EWC apply to our established leagues-only to
SALE GOOD Youth Choir Fete
and friends to cooperatein
I I, ALL WEEK making this year'sobservance open play Bowlers. The 254 per game fee +
I I j Jan. 30 thru F,b. 2 success.an outstanding February I will be in effect24 hours each day.

2 DISCOUNT STORES Bishop I.H. Bonner who- Prof Harold Boggs and
I for the that
am truly grateful comments
I 1I is wellknown in the the Boggs Singers will
I\ \ 830 NIAR Cassot COLIICI Are.) Florida community and appear in a recital at ,, have been made by Continental Bowlers ;
as presiding the First Born Temple.
\ 1824 W. Bears St. serves complimenting our new programs.Our lanes
bishop of the 9th EpIS- 825 W Monroe Street.
U4. 90 Nm StMktM copal District of the Feb 7 at 8 p.m 1 n the O and '
approches now the best in this a
will deliver first anniversary observance
AME Church
} FINANCE YOUR BEEFThe the Founder s Day: sermonon of the Young rea. Our machines are the finest. Our res t
Sunday Feb. 10 in Adult Choir. Elder A "
taurant is popularity everyday
Premier Way- Nothing Down Lee Auditorium. Hill is the pastor and growing

t f'' 4 Months_ To Pay Mrs sponsor.Dorothy Johnson is Our entire establishment is cleaner than ,,

PATRONIZE Jerome Thomas will pre- ever before and our staff is religiously
Heavy Western sent a musical recitalFeb O dedicated t
: 'lh BEEF 39C Star Advertisers 8 at 8 p. m. at Mt to serving you and making your

1 j' / Li 11 a Baptist Church in t stay at our bowling lanes a delightful one I
AVERAGE WT. 225 IBS. AVG. PRICE 90.00 behalf of District 3
The Lattimore Singers and one you will never forget.

r LOOK! WHAT $1.00 WILL BUY and salem the will Voices also of be Jeru present ,1 Please let me repeat my jjivjtation to t

\ SMOKED 1 A, you for the weekend of Friday, Saturday I
The church and pastor'sanniTersary
tJ SLAB BACON.... 31.1 S 00 BUY BETTER of Greater and Sunday, February 1, 2 and 3 only,

Zion Grove Baptist
'1' FIRST CUTPORK Church will begin Feb. ,t you are requested to spend some time at ,

I CHOPS.. 3 us. 24. their various congregations ministersand t the Continental Bowling Lanes, bowling t I II

PORK will have charge: of service for only 25$ per game day ornight. Prices
us. nightly. Rev
I will return to normal Monday IA t
PORK Robert Brooks is the morning,

I NECK BONESZ10' LIS.j pastor sponsor District a fish fry 1 will at February 4. t tt A

the church Feb. 2. V
j ( FRESH GROUND EVERY HOUR Choir 2 of benezer Please do come by arid let us serveyou. ;

\i BEEF ... .... .......... 3 us. Methodist Church will t ,
l I sponsor a pre-Valentine Sincerely, .
BRISKET Tea in the social hall:

il STEW VERY LEAN. ., .. 3 US.LUZIANNE 2 of program the church will Feb.be 13.pre A F. Woo d a rd-. ... ->' I .

INSTANT sented. Serving as Manager \
I chairman of the tea will!
[ COFFEE' Oz. J.r 69c 5 be with Mrs lira.Percy E. W. Tolbert Hurley t Joie A Leagva Now Aid Eiioy ...lkIt t :

12 POWDERS 25 program chairman MraMartha : -
Washington is For Information Call 768-3493

24 POWDERSGoodu's 49 president of the choir. I t
and Rev E J. RiversJr A Series Of Special Events I It
LI.29c is pastor.
t I IP
toodlawa Presbyterian For Your Bowling Pleasure It I.
Watch the W.r11's em.tot .t 51..1'1 Church will observe


.,...,.efI""' "fa'**. Jforlwlt HEADACHE POWDERS Rev. P.D Ulson "' 4 .....
boat pastor .

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MI. Ararat's Annual Dinner Celebrants Volista Colleg* 1.1'lrIIIS

1" Revaaptd Technical Triiitei
i The Jacksonville Chapter of Edward Waters College -
I Alumni Group will present the Allen University DAYTONA BEACH---Ibe organizational framework of
Columbia S. C. Feb. 3 in the Lee the Vocational-Technical Division of Velasia
Auditorium Chapel at 4 p.m. Persons desiring :. < w M County; disunity College has been revaaped in
tickets may contact Mrs. Louise Genwzight or call order to do aDOre effective job of training
Joseph E. Salley at the college. students to function adequately in a variety of
T r da ..Si vocational and highly technical areas.

.... .... .... .... .... .... Students being
are now which began last year a
siren an op p unity to course in Mechanical
A Pre-Valentine Tea will be given Feb. 10 from specialize in a particular Design Technology will
f 4 to 6 p.m. in the dinning area of Day Spring area o f a begin in'February. Applications -
Baptist Church, Mrs. Queen B. Williams of Second designated course. stu- are still
Baptist Church will be the guest and Mrs. Hattie dents in Auto Mechanics, being accepted for this
I. James will be the for example
i speaker. may pursue course which is being
more Intensive trainingin _
.... .... .... .... sees .... such areas as the initiated as a result
j of a $5,026 grant from
t Electrical System: Fuel the State Departs of
Mrs. Mae Pearl Jennings of the dietary department -i: System, Automatic Trans- Mbcatlonal Education.
c of Brewster Methodist Hospital is ill and mission or Wheel Alignment .

,) is presently confined in the hospital. __ during or after the Miss. Jiry
completion of the regular -
.... .... .... .... .... sees general sequence of Frees Struts

Usher Board 2 of Central alE Church will sponsor Brick and Block Masonry The Coahoma County Grand
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a Pre-Valentine Tea Feb. 10<< at 3:30 p.m., in the r f trainees may specializein Jury has refused to indict -
auditorium. The program consists of many talented Block Laying BrickLaying Ivanhoe Donaldsonand

personalities. __... i or Tile Setting; Ben Taylor Michigan
... .r...' ," R I N' ... '' while those in Carpentry students who were arrested -
sees sees sees sees sees see. ''> ...............-. ,. *-"" "',''It may receive further her on a narcotic
training in Blueprint charge when they brought
The lovely home of Mr. and Mrs. Tom Jones, 1934W. Reading, Design layoutor food, clothing and medi-
6th St., was the setting of the Les Bon Fillies Scale Blue jrint cine at Christmas time
recent annual party. A delicious repast was Making. Business Edu- for Negroes being ha-
served and gifts were exchanged. cation students may receive rassed for trying to
IN TRADITIONAL STYLE, officers, members and guests celebrated the annual dinner sponsored recently training beyondthe vote. .
I .... .... .... .... .... .... by Mt. Ararat Baptist Church's District No. 14 in the palatial residence of Mrs. Sarah Jackson, 1911 minimal requirementsin This means the chargesare
Durkee Drive. The home was decorated in an attractive seasonal decor, gifts were exchanged and the such areas as General dismissed.Aaron .
Brewster Methodist Hospital Administrator Robert traditional luncheon was served buffet-style. Present during the event were, seated from left: Mrs. Bookkeeping,Stenography, Henry. Mississippi -
Nerdham is holding departmental leaders meetings Doris: Baker Mrs. Leila Rbtey, Deacon George L. Baker, leader; Mrs. Helen Cunningham Clarence Clerk-typist or File NAACP president,
each Monday beginning at lunch. He also makes a Cunningham Mrs. Sarah Jackson hostess; Leroy Gardner, Mrs. Minnie Oliver, Willie McClendon Jr. Clerking. The same is called it "a treaendous
weekly report. An opportunity is also! given fox Mrs. Mattie Gates Mrs. Mildred Thomas, Mrs. Flossie Williams Mrs. Diane McLendon Mrs. Sarah true for such areas as victory for the people
i general discussions and one departmental head Anderson Mrs. Rose Evans, Mrs. Margaret Gerner Miss Patricia Baker, Mrs. Ruth Walker Beryl Horticulture Cosmetology in all parts of this
discusses the work in his particular area. Walker Ronald Jackson and Donald Jackson. (Royal Art Studio Photo) Dry Cleaning and nation who raised their
Alteration and Radio and voices against this in-
see. .55 555 sees sees sees Top Rated College Group TV Repair.In justice. He said he
addition to the hoped the victory would

Mrs. Elizabeth Crockett Thergood of Laurel. Electronics program. serve as a springboard
II Del. is in the city visiting her brother and k' sr -- -
sister-in-law Rev. and Mrs. G. W. Crockett.
...* see. .... .... .... ....
3heiregular: meeting of the School Guards Auxiliary .
will be held Friday morning, Feb. 15;. at,the
Davis Street. Fuel Oil & Bottled Gas
police precinct on

.... .... .... see. .... .... : I 25 Gallons To 1,000 If Necessary

Jerome Norris Thomas will'present a musical lJ4j eF: r 6330 Restlivi Driie Plsu PO 4-3516
recital Feb. 8 at Mt. Lilla Baptist Church t :
J Second Street near Jefferson. i I


Medicines-Cbsaetics S. SAVINGS BONDS ;
All Leading -- r : : .
1. \ Hair Preparations NEW LOCATION ; : : Every Sunday Morning at

r Cor. Broad & Ashley .9 "- Ki 9:00 A.M. for
El 4.2159 Dr. Alvin H. Gross


Sound Service for Ad-

vertising-Dances Ball 949 Davis St.
Games etc. Also Loud

Speaker Service for Banquets 358-4024 SCORING STUNNING SUCCESSES during their annual concert last December in Nassau and
Concerts Record during last Sunday's telecast over {WJXT TV, Channel 4, the Edward Waters College
1 Hops etc.Phone El 3-5902 Concert Choir under the direction of its wellknown director H. Alvin Green, will present
f ,-- a concert Sunday afternoon, Feb. 10 in St. Paul AME Church. The event is being .
TASTE W'HAT'S HAPPENEQ TO LEMON t AND lJME'G sponsored in observance of the college's 97th annual Founder' s Day program scheduledFeb. I :
10th through the 13th. The college has been invited by the U. S. State Depart- .
ment to file application for the concert choir to tour Europe.
(Photo By Baker)
Clergy Cautioned Students I CHILDREN DO YOU NEED HELP

N TeemTEEMing Then Start Right By Contacting Mel! HELP IS WAITING. l
S.C. Religious
CLEMSON. group of ca-npus and community d
leaders serving religious leaders WRITE YOUR WISHES TO: M. 0. Specialist 51-D
all-white Clemson Col- West 35th Street New York, New York.
called together by Clem- I
lege are actively encouraging I
, students and son President Robert MEN AND WOMEN NEEDED Enjoy your favorite Spirituals, Hymns andGospel
calm Edwards to strengthen Songs.-sung by stars of stage, radio
others to remain
respect for the law WORK IN CIVIL SERVICENo television and records.It's entertainment and
when it is integratednext
said excellent work had inspiration for the whole family.
term. School
been done to prepare for Experience Necessary-Grammar
Father Thomas F. Tier- ,Usually Sufficient-Train Now at Home For Jobs 9:00 A. M. SUNDAYS
-pUJ l 00.U 1 COMPANY I MAKES,I y(-ClfAR TEEM-HU1 S'VII H* 11' I} 'd. integration.He
ney. C.,S.P. one of a added students have With Security-For Details, Send Name Address,
., r "{responded well and no Phone No. to: NATIONAL TRAINING SERVICE. P.0'Box WJXT-TV CHANNEL 4

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New Goals For 63 Theme, Commission Reports Coeds Furnish Moral Support -

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Comaission held their

monthly meeting in

Madison, January 23.,
4 ,
h i J. B. Davis, recently
appointed Commissionerfor

Northeast Florida,

}R was host and acting "

chairman for the meet- vG' .
y & 1_ ing. '

E. L. Uadill COBBlsslcner -

for the South

Florida Region, was a- aww -
gain elected to serveas
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chairman for 1963.

Highlights of the ,, fl
meeting included an :\' .
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award to W. B. Patterson : ; v ".,
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of Gulf Hammock, :" .. \
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for outstanding ser- --- -- -- '- '--
vice, in Wildlife conservation FAN ,CLUB COEDS of the Gibbs Junior College basketball Cobras consists of the College's -

and particularly ,.a own Co-eds, kncwn, ,informally as the Cobra-ettes. The Cobras winners of 25

MILWAUKEE--- PACKER STAR JOINS SCHLITZ LINEUP-Willie Davis, for his work in consecutive junior college victories and now 9-0 for the season, have these young
standout defensive 'ladies to, give tjiem,:moral support. Seated-Merci Milligan Dunnellcn
and for the National Football League champion promotion of wildlife ; Eleanor Cor-
Green Bay Packers, is going on the offensive for the Jos. Schlitz management areas. ley, T.ampar; Mary Nell Lewis, St. Petersburg. Standing: from' left-Pricilla King

Brewing Company. Schlitz President Robert A. Uinlein Jr. (left) The Commission approred Marion Johnson and Arleaser Bowden, Tampa; Sylvia Lee, palmetto Ethel Snow. Mbanv. -

passes along to Davis soil tips on how to score for his new team, closing certain areas ._ Ga. and Betty Chisholm. Tampa. (GJC Staff Photo BY Leo Ballard)

which set an all-time sales record for Schlitz in 1962. Davis in the St. Johns Riveras

some tips on how to score for his new team, which set an all- Fish Refuges, pending SPORTING Simond Johnson Cagers Improve

time sales record for Schlitz in 1962. Davis will represent action by the State IT UP After triumphs in the
Schlitz all been scoring in
in sales
and merchandising in the Chicago area. Board of Conservation
BY C. PARHAM JOHNSON first two games of the double figures and Ro
and the u. S. Corp of

Metros Heri Continental Bowling Lanes SlateNL's Engineers. surely PRESIDENT won the GABE Official PAUL of p.roral'pf the Cleveland the baseball Indians Tarrence season Captain,.and Ace Jessie Frank binson's excellent rebounding The teas hasbeen

A report was made to world when he Robinson are leading the
I spoke
out in bold terms had little trouble in
MVP Rict the Commission by Bill is to be about what Slmonds Johnson Junior
Reduced Open Play Rales Feb. 1, 2, 3 Woods, Chief of the'' conditions expected in Little Rock if present Basketball'Teml to what knocking' off "J-anes
continue to
NEW YTRIf -- Willie prevail. All one has to do Street and EM t.lde
Mays, winner of the In appreciation for the wonderful acceptanceand Fish Management Divi- is to look back a few years and review the situation appears to be .their best Simond Johnson' s

National League s most support given the facility since its Initial sion, concerning the in the Southern Association. The Jim Crow- efforts in the past Junior Girls Team seem

valuable player award opening, the management of Continental Bowling improvement and renova- position was so strong in the Southern that it three years. The Leagueis to be shaping up pretty

only one-time duringthe Lanes, inc. ,is Inviting the general public to tion of Orange and gist cubed the entire baseball world. No one has supervised by the good this *ea wn. They

past decade take advantage of Its radically reduced rates Lochloosa Lakes in to ask however what happened to the Southern City Recreation Depart have defeated rartside

CD a composite scoring for open play bowling Friday through Sunday, Alachua Cointy.Wills Association. Yes Gabe Paul was RIGHT. ment's Qama 1; High tower. and Lavilla in their

table on the same type Feb. 1. 2.. and 3. WILL A SMOOTH WORKING ORGANIZATION like Captain Tarrence and first to outing rai
of scoring which awards Persons taking advantage community ,International League allow a new corer to Robinson are getting tdn 'arline Ki.b rough
the MVP each the Cops in and upset it because come plenty of help from
year weekend open Continental's:>> restaurant of outmoded ante bellum has been high scorer in
San Francisco Giants' play will have the opportunity facility is ope- and obnoxious reasons? That old custom has long three other stars on the both giBes and she his

outfielder had a total of bowling for rated by an efficientand Hickok Award since become history. Nothing has contributed more team. Namely Horace New- been getting lot= ofawpi.ot't
of 64 points. His only 25-cents to peaceful understanding Flynn Edwards
per game courteous staff better race: relations m an. from Regent Vc!

closest rivals are Hans This innovation the dedicated to furnishing ROCHESTER. N.Y. a Athletes deeper from respect for t51d Glory" than sports Loui s Range John Sump .F .d. ., f atri cI," Hai .
R e- the
Aaron end Emie Banks, management stated will deep south and that part of the qlaJil.Fough., andFranis .
its patrons with a deliciously cord breaking bas North that ter -.,ltiy14Ae, J:im bzo ugh .
e grins
both tied with '48- not include established prepared, stealer Maury; wills of while the:'.middle. out of both sides of the mouth Burrs who have J Khali' it ar Tk*as. Gven
points each league play However, a deep resentment have been more then up to par
moderate priced menu the Los Angeles Dodgers learned the dolyn Baker. Patricia
Frank Robinson held the truth then they Join those in replacements for the
announcement did reveal Flay for
amidst an ultramodernand added the S Rae Hickok Pay flJc"J ieen. Junita Promise
the next spot with 29 that the reduced groups they learn just how far behind the first fiveRecreation.
genial atmo sphere. Athlete of the Year times Bnrabra I rd"ard8, Joan
counters followed by rates will renain in effect The Continental management Award to his many other really" are Yes" Gabe Faul was RICHT. Director Ect'J'N"d00 Thrsea Hill

Roy Campanella with 28. during the entire extends en Invitation laurels with which he WHEN MORE U. S. SENATORS, state senators, PSi Carl ton Bryant stated Jackclyun Sorters has

24-hours of operation on to persons of all has been cited this year representatives, state representatives, gover- that any of the first been the top rebounder

the coming weekend, age groups to make this fills, who broke Ty nors, fathers, mothers, eons and daughters five can made the City for the teas and Shi r-

The manasemert further modern facility their Cobb s major-league realize that the color of the eyes, the texture Recreation All Star line Mabroujfe iff, tops

stated that the many homeawayfroahom e base stealing record of of the hair and the hue of the skin makes no man Team in the lAftlftt department -

favorable comments by during planned periodsof 96 by going on to a superior, the sooner everyone will realize a man This year the directorsare

the bowling public has relaxation total of 104 thefts last is a man regardless of physical features. The making plans to film Recreation Director

been received concerning season was named the elephant. boasted of Its size,strength and courage the championship: game. Carl ton Bryant think!

If you like to take pictures of the fine condition of * *. wimer and presented the until the humble little ant crawled down his back Capts Tarrence and that hi r girl can go
children here's from the
a tip the lane's approachesand jewel embossed $10.000 and into his Robinson along with Newman
professionals. Don't always ask long snout and every once in a all the "1y.
the kiddies to "smile for the mechanical facili- belt at the Rochester while he popped the elephant and F Edwards have
birdie." Catch them in serious one and then I
a Cotton
ties Breaks Hand Press Radio Club's an reminded
as being the Mr. Mighty that
mood sometimes. You'll be surprised finestin a man is a man re
at the way Junior's personality the North Florida nual charity dinner here gardless., TICKETS J.ekM..m.ON C.II.SALE.."., AT 114S CIRCUS I. 1.4.".SITE. St
comes through. Bout recently FROM THE ;WAY THE NEGRO FPOKE INTO the great' wide Or .t Df Betwe lack P.rt.n..M.f .

--- SEATTLE A broken The great Dodger shortstop world. of sports He hi i4 to 'ore,J' his way into thee

hand in the sixth round received 56 of th inner.circle and
once he got inside, it was a hard
i::1 DSHERS Skinton8 I of a scheduled 12 round '154 first-place ballots Job to move him. It is a pleasure now to sit back

"I bout with Mauro Pina of from a national pmel of and watch from the side lines or TV set and see .t '

I Peru Jan. 18 caused sportswriters and Timmy Brown Dick Bass Bobby Mitchell. Roosevelt

Eddie Cotton to lose sportscasters for an Brom, Jim Brown Dick "Night Train" Lane John
overall total of 231
the bout and
to also votes Henry Johnson Don Perkins. "Big Daddy" Lips-
/ilhtor cancel a future Jan. comb. Don Bishop. Willie Wood Abe Woodson
26 match with Although many Negro
Eric athletes have Roger Brown, Lenny Moore, John Nisby. Ernie I add.
Schoeppner in Dortmund. won the
6-3. 321 pounds:; of the "an Diego Chargers who will
Germany. monthly awards given by
brighter. turn to wrestling, reminds one that all of these-
The break came when Hickok, nils! is believed -
Cotton tried to pick to be the first are on the. football side...
THE BiTPTC JL 1L STEPS( hart to establish the fact
a punch thrown by member of his race ever
Skin st'b the South American to receive the valuable that a man is a man when Bill Suss'ell.: Oscar
""alt Cell Elfin Tryl Guy Rodgers 1t
light heavyweight champion belt trophy award Robertson! pry or.- <
Wilt ThTOberlnin onrt all professional baric etboJl
.... + sn ty foaway_ Among the 1962 month!
We t winners TD10.1ere are on the court it is a beautiful fight '
were to see those !*tpr. person. The roar for them: did 51.SO,.".1.17 .....1a71N.. 1,1 r.M.
......... Commission Chamberlain of the San 52.S0r.*.1-2t /.".X':'S.;MATINIIS:
Sets not open the easy wsy but they had to da like the $1 SO r.w.10-SS f.t. 1,1:10.: f.fc. 2-S. I, S f.MCMMrcn .
Franciscofarriors .. ..... 170 2.3 ,
I- ; H 4tr 12. h lf H<( 1. : hll. S 1.M
little ant they had to convince the powers that Tickets are also on sale at the Civic Auditorial and ,
.Ate._ Sonny Liston and Bo stoCeltics' a .
Turkey Projects in the Henminf Park ticket: office.ALL BEATS ___
Bill Puss ell beWELL .
For his fantastic NOW "AIN'T IT A 'MESS?" ,It was as far '- -

the baseball world was concerned, but now,
sports feats during P62 as
d sals 00112ss everything is all set mt'itis? 11 rccepted factA its Pepsifor
nswwspw and Fresh Water Fish Wills baseball's hero-- now
w !w? baseball club without Negroes seems to be out
Commission recently announced has won virtually all obaseball' i
that seven turkeys of place Just to think. Just ate. ,years ago.
awards including
s -
were released in his league Most: Millie bays! was a little boy up in Alabama and those who

the Cap Blending Wildlife now he is approaching the RlOC. era yenr mark
Valuable Player citation think -
Management Area It took a broken leg to take Hunk laron off the young

According to Brantley bench but who he cleared the bench that time,he

Goodson. Regional Manager 3 B Prospect aasi't been a bench warmer since The baseball ; ,
world is in position to h well -- --'----
Northeast Region a say Just theN'egro a'-Iv .'
4I7 i k iyppr O -'
the turkeys were trappedIn players have produced He has proved that ."-l' .,r-.: : .
the Fish eating Creek ability has nothing to do with the texture of the 1'1"p 1,

Management Area and hair the ,color of the eyes and the hue of the +-;- 5' 'r ='

flown immediately to skin ., '
1< F 4 the Cap Blending Area WHEN JCNNT! LI TON: B CAKE! CHAMP there were many :;:! 'ill'

t Goodson states that it ho doubted him Then he said he would be a credKtD ; ilf:"

is necessary to release Pz. the ring and that he world: conduct himself like

i, m the turkeys as a chanpion! Up to this time he appears to have 'f -
'- soon after being trapped + kept hi s word

as possible to keep thea 1 .

healthy_, and the Commission's f
aircraft prove a ,WHEN YOU ARE ILL
al din this e

You Seek The Best Doctor /

OUTSTANDING grid and When Your Doctor PrescribesGet
r r diamond star while attending -
.s f ORDER Experienced Pharmacists
the University ...Accordi to Your Doctor a
of Southern California
Orders. We Use Only Thi
during his undergraduate 'Dr. C. E. Black.
Best cnaUtJ' Drugs
days Don Bnford. who Proprietor

RED slammed 22 doubles. 5
KEN kWI6HT ASNIOR triples 6 homers and

stole 18 bases for a A COUP I ..E./T E, LIME -OP

Invites You To Listen TO :323: batting average Cosmetics Rubber Goods Candies Sundries
FUEL with Savannah last
year Is being eyed by More people are taking to the outdoor

"KNIGHT TRAIN"Startlm [[I! White Lopez for Sox a Manager third base AI Lilly's Drug Store Ufa.and taking Pepsi along!

At 7:00 p.m. Nlfhtly1400 spot during: spring season Pepsi's sparkUflf/efeai. taste is "PSI.cOlA
01 r...s.sM this year Don is
never tea sugary or sheet ..
s..1. & Fill CI.
burning up the Venexulan
WRHC 1400 3..sro 4.4111A.. winter loop with a 400 1907 KINGS( ROAD EL 3-8276 Thtek yeung say NPeft4, IM. .a+I"!

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East We st Midget Basketball Classic Slated For Feb. 15th Kickoff I

0"1111 Coituts Sdmblri New Program Inaugratod By RC- Clldltl Ctsstas Tigers Plict

I At J. .nll Pl r yr nii. a .; .. ...;. :;'. .i' ; ; : -:"'-"'' .,. ;. ... Waxes Poetic No Silt Iff

Final preparations are being completed for the PI TTS BUR G,fa. Louis On Jikt Wood

annual East-West Midget Basketball Classic slated j jto yule (k's) Nostra

begin Feb. 15 at 4 p.m. on Jefferson St. \\ dames of the prize ring DETROIT Disclosingthat

Playground Miss E. J. Higgins Hightower, Cassius Clay, who amazingly the teas has plentyof
Jax Recreation Department supervisor announced. j
publicly predicted offers for him, Detroit -

Tournament-play areas Foltary, Henry Joyner, the round in Tigers General

will Include Simon- Arthur Kaiser, Gerald which he kayoes his Manager James Campbell

Johnson, Wilder, Lara Brown, Wilson Reynoldsand latest victim, heavyweight declared bluntly that

11 a, Forest Park, Warren Hack. George Powell in the Tigers have inten-

JeffersonOakland and? Playground teams high three-rounds, has revealed tion of selling Negro
another talent to infielder Jake WbodsCanpbell .
Jones. Henry Gaines scorer J, Willis
will coach the east- maintained his scoring his glib talkativenesshe failed to say
writes which teoas had made the
alders and Roy Malloywill leadership by droppinghis poetry
The 21-year old offers for Woods a second -
have charge of 16 of his team's youth
now ranked third baseman who is
the Westside contin 29 points. among
said to be considered
the top heavyweight
gents.In another
In even-
tenders, had being replaced by aggressive -
last week's Midget Stephen thriller, C newsmenliterally Dick McAul1 ffe.
stunned here
group games, Jones Jefferson nosed out He said Jake will haw a
prior to the Fowell bout
drubbed Eastside 22-6 Oakland 28-26 in a place on the teal
when he
with members of the down to the last acclaimed "Ve had plenty of offers .
his own literary
winning team consist- whistle setto. for Jake But he
versatility when he .
ing of Benjamin Webb, Simond Johnson' recited has so much ability and
; the following
John Kester, Michael Junior division defeated potential we know he'll
his colorful figiter
Bell, Marvin Quarter- Eastside by a find a place to play
is something to see
man, Ronald Cook, runaway 53-19 tally somewhere The general
And heavyweight champ
Jonell Walker, Cornel with Frank Robinson maiager indicated however
I'm he will
sure be
Walker, and Johnson being high point man that plans to play
He plays cat end
Simp sonwho was the for the winners. Woods in the outfield
team's top scorer. Officials With E.. Randolph recently field 30th annual Orange Blossom Classic and Festival marked a milestone in and turns out the light have been discarded

were Walter setting the scoring the history of America's most standing Negro athletic 3 event. The presentation was What a frustrating floods greatest asset to

Perry, Samuel McGee pace, Wilder out- made by Royal Crown Ccla Co. of Columbus Ga. to Florida A. and M. University and feeling I'm sure it mist the teeD is at the platealthou

and E. J., Hi gbt owe r. pointed Oakland 34-19. Jackson State Ccllatge. In the photo, left to right, are J. T. Welch, assistant division be he only batted

The Eastsiders team Gerald Walton s scor- manager.Southeastern Division, Royal Crown Cola Co. ; John Merritt heid foot- To be hit by punchesyou 226 last year However

was comprised of Joseph ing spree led Lavilla ball coach, Jackson State; Willie Richardson, Jackson All-American end and 1962 Most can't even see he is a spray hitter who

Daise, R maid to a 29-18 victors Valuable Player; Gwendolyn Clark, Miss FAMU: Burney Adams, Rattler co-captain; A. S. Where was he first and hits well in the clutche

Jackson, high scorer; over Jones. The loser Gaither, Rattler head coach and athletic director; S.J. Phillips, special representative where was he last and possesses great

Lawrence Fisher, Larry Davis Patterson netted Royal Crown; and J. P. Henslee, Miami Royal Crown bottler. The presentationwas How can you conquer a speed on the base paths

Wells and Bernard 10 points.In made during a special: inaugural gift watch ceremony held at the Flamingo Hotel, a man so fast ? Canpbell's declaration
I for the Rattlers their Blossom Classic Miami I'M sure his opponents by speculation -
Brown. The contestwas the girl's division headquarters during Orange stay on .was spurred
Beach. have tried their best that the Tigers
played at Jones. Jeffersm and
But one by one on the thinking about
Lav 11 la, with Michael Jones were deadlockedat were
canvas they rest foods.
Johnson, David Jack- 9-all at the end of trading
Sifford i In 3 Way T.RR. Upset Cne Detroit newspaperin
son, Willie Jackson. the game. J. Robinsonand
Modern Nostradamus And Latest Victim Robinson CitedAt commenting about flood
Dennis Nicholas, Ambrose J. Hansberry were
Tie For 3rdIn By S. Illinois recalled the Tigers
Emirkison, Roy respective high scorers t Banquet colossal mistake in

Moses, Legress Mathis, for the Jones and Frisco Open NEWARK. N.J. -- PennState's .
NASHVILLE, TennSalukis' -- tracing: Maury Wills a
and Herbert Brins mcarr.ing Jefferson contingents.E. 6-3. 223poundAll
guard Eldon few ago
the attack, Kimbrough's 14- SAN FRANCISCO Charlie America end Dave
Bigham made two quick All Wills did last year
defeated Wilder 4023. baskets aided Simond Sifford the nation's 4 A' Robinson who recently
,_ r steals that broke the wi th the Los Angeles
Mathis was the high Johnson's 39-10 lacingof top professional golfer: } signed with the world
game wide open for Dodgers was to steal D4
pointman.In Lavilla. added champion Green Pack
$2.633.34 to his Bay -
Southern Illinois five
bases for a new major
a nip and tuck In a seniors setto, new year's earnings when to upset Tennessee ers, was recently league recordBrawls

battle, Forest Park Jones out maneuvered he finished in a three- State's Huntermen 82-74 honored for his outstanding -

nosed out Simond John- Lavilla 51 to 39 with way tie for third placein before 5,100 homefolksin scholastic and Pick

son in a 30-29 thril- Noah Fletcher dropping the recently com- Nashville's brand new athletic contribution
t bM Former High
ler with Gerald Brown in 20 points.Edwin Reed pleted annual $50. 000 tip, tw Municipal Auditoriumlast during 1962 by the

pacing the winners. totaled 10 for La- San Francisco International Saturday night. Newark Athletic Club at School Mentor

Winning team members villa. The contest was Open Golf Now: 15-4 overall Coach an All Spo rts dinner

were: James Rivers, officiated by D. Patterson to urnam en t. ,.t": : Harold Hunter's crew here CLEVELAND -- Blanton

Marvin Mack, Henry. and P. Davis.Jackson Veteran Jack Burke split last week by Robinson who starred in Collier a longtime

firing a last-round 4- } r4x bouncing _.the.Lincoln 83.74 the recent Gator Bowl _._friend of Paul Bnjve" wpj
University quint
under par 67, closed the S at Jefferson City, Mo game with the Nittany named coach of the

Floyd, Sonny NamedCommissioner gap and pocketed $9.000 yq last Monday night The Lions was honored along Cleveland Browns who was

first place money witha with Ken I'i 11 er. Negro fired nearly a month
Lincoln win kept Tennessee
Both ConfidentCHICAGO 72-hole score of 276. Et x Go aA with a perfect (2-0) All-State football star ago

-- Close associates Don January shot an conference record. from Teafly High SchoolIn Collier who reportedlywas

of both cham- Clarence Jackson was even par 71 for a 279 to Lou "illiams. a 6.4 winning AlI- ADerican fired by the University

pion Sonny Liston and n IIDed commissioner of finish in the runnerup jumping-jack, paced the honors" last year Robinson of Kentucky rebounded ::I

former titleholder Floyd the Continental Baseball spot and won $4,800 Salukis' Pth win against cau0it 17-passes for to the top again ,,'

Patterson, said Patterson Leagie during last weeKs prize money Si fford, 5 losses with 19 points, 178 yards and starred when Browns President .;
both on offense and defense Arthur Mod ell anmunced w;
who lost his titleto whose four the
meeting held at Simond puts on and grabbed 11 of the
Liston 25th first hole for Penn State. that he had signed Collier ::
Sept. of the final ,
Johnson Recreation CEn- 4c: t: Carbondale outfit's 37 "
last year is confidentthat ter. round netted him a 71. rT 's c :! x rebounds. First year He had been named on to a three year
contracted at reported
he will his tied Paul about everybody's All a
regain League President Frank was by Barney 't\J coach Jack Hartman had $15. 000 annual sa! aryCHERRY'S
title in the forthcoming King is inviting all officials and George Knidson in ew : three other Salukis hitting American team

April 4 fight in wishing to enter the three-way, third ..; ;s :, :iL,s'"' ,;i in double figures.

Miami Beach.Liston the league to attend place finish.Commission. Paul Henry got 17, Big- BAR

in turn, is reported the weekly meetings :- 1; ham 15 and Joe Ramsey 10 -Q>cktall Lounge Cordial Atmosphere -

h to have said he scheduled for every Reports i. I in the tight battle that WHERE OLD FRIENDS MEET

will fight Patterson Mondaypight at 7:30 r 4 IB'YON found the game knotted 1843 Kings Road ------------------ EI 3-8099
anytime, anywhere and p. 01 at Bimond Johnson Game Harvest CASSIUS has a mean and hungry look," the 10 times with the lead 1138 I* Adams --_---------------- El 3-7457 ,

any place and confident center.INDEPENDENT Bard of Avon once stated in his memorable play, changing hands 14 times.
of winning again. LAKE CITY---An esti- Julius Caesar. That term could have been appliedto ..
mated 942 legal deer and
21-year-old Louisville, (Ky.) third ranking
OIL CO. 346 tprkey were har- heavyweight contender Cassius Clay (right) who
vested by hunters on the Schenley Supports
KEROSENE HOE DELIVERY predicted--and rightly so--that he would kayo
Game and Fresh Water
MECHANIC ON DUTY Chantey powell in round three last week in Pitts-
Commission s six wild True to his Cassius did Miami TourneyNEW
Ike Joseph ---------------------- Proprietor burgh. predictions Yon
life management areas in
State and Jefferson Streets ----- EL 6-9432 in a carefully calculated manner. On right is ..
of thenation's
the Northeast Florida YORK Many
heavyweight Charley Powell before the bombs fell.GJC's .
Region during the 1962- top Negro

ROYAL ART STUDIO 63 hunting season, according Baseball Gifeb Holds golfers will compete in

to reports from the tenth annual Ray

515 IAYIS STREET hunt supervisors of Plans GailMomentuln State's Top Mitchell Tournament NorthSouthGolf to be

liner Niw it Illicit Prices these Brantley areas. Goodson, Cage Spot held at the Miami I ;:.

Springs Golf Course. i t ,. .
Photo Cards Regional Manager of the ST. FETERSBURG -- -. "' <

ST. PETERSBURG The Miami Florida from -. ,...
lidiTidaals Fully Grasps Northeast Region, stated Florida Junior College ;-
Feb. 18 to 22
that this has been one Gibbs Junior College Athletic Association's
Clefs Among those who have
of the most successful baseball prograa. inspired statistician Pail Ibhr.
While Color St Louis signed up to play this
Black & .by
seasons on record, due announced this week
Cardinal senior consultant fear Is Jackie: Robinson
that the Gibbs Junior
SellilTlle to the high lercentage
Branch Rickey, got winner of last year s
College Cobras bold cbm
of individual hunter
Quality Photographs off the planning board m m' s amateur division
and increased the top position in the
success and into the early operative Imported o.P.C. Canadian
ChurchesWeddings Social kills in some areas. stage with the loop's basketball coo- whisky by Schenley. oneo

Bill EL 4-1894 'One of the most selection of coaching petition. Gibbs is on t the sponsors 0 f the

noticable increases in personnel and the top with a 4.0 record event, is playing ho st"fmmMm

You Don t Have to Go to Town to Get deer kills was in the signing up of several -
Camp Blanding Area, prospects for the College's -iI -

where 34 more deer were first baseball Mm

i LOW PRICES taken this season than teaa 4 9'
coach and athletic I WAS BORN WITH A STRANGE WISDOM 3
in the 1961-62 season, Head
Gcodaon said.WATCH director No rim Jacksonannounced I HAVE GOD-GIVEtC POWER, 3 -- When Delilah Gave Samson That FMHS

On lostDRUG that College TD HEAL BY PRATER! : 60 &

THIS CLOWN physical education instructor t n 1 13 t HAIR CUT

STOKE NEEDS 38 -21-33 George L. Brown No matter what ;your Hope, Fear or ;
Problem nay be--if you need help *> ?i' She Up Willie
Trade With Your Neighborhood Drug Store 514 88 Jr mores up to the A S Opened a
672 Bad Luck, Spells or ,
t to
WE WILL MEET ANT PRICES ADV. IN TOUR LOCAL PAPERS coaching ranks to headan overcome jr

We Deliver- Also Pill All Doctors'Prescriptions 4 8 athletic group that Evil Influences; you had Bad Luck ?\1 NEW FIELD FOR WOMEN
mu gain as ouch stardom about business are yon in Bad 56 1 "

2 as the nationally recognized Health? I I It

Dixie Pharmacy 1 7 Gibbs Cobra. sAn ACTioNi-aJAwrfrEEQ TO HOP 1'00'' JacksonvilleBarber

45 67 -IS _J Brown, a Tuskegee and t I Will Read Your Entire Life Tell Your Past ,

1312 Kis hid it Up* ATHHPlMts University of Michigan Present and Future SISTER MARIE Will Give You
\ 235 -99
816Mierfew grad played and coached Lucky Days' and Tour Lucky Nasbers.OPEN College Inc.

El S-iIiit !r. y baseball while serving 7 A.M. TO 10 P.M. AS SUNDAYS I

:. ff.mNtvo-. 4cnaBe in the U. S. Army as a Pbone 359-4189 6. I. 188% Air CMC.
------- Approved
..... ...ebtrsebB. commissioned officer. 4226 ATLANTIC BLVD. ,
Norman Jackson the CORNER HIGHLAND AVENUE 630 DAVIS ST. at Beaver

'ltLS AT m STME Coming Attraction head basketball coach Bus 13 &: 47 Stop in Front of !fame JACKSONVILLE fLIIllII

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Mother Midway Johnson PTA'sFashionORama Founder's Day Planning Session Brewster Auxiliary Service Commendation

AME ChurchHoly Seats Officers

Communion will be James Weldon Johnson
At t First Meeting
administered Sunday at School's annual Fashion- .

lot: er Midway by Rev. J. O-Rama under sponsorship x 4
The Brewster Methodist
W. Jones, pastor, in of the PTA will be held 9 x' xY held
Hospital Auxiliary
both th% 11 a.m. and Sunday Feb. 10 from 4
its initial 1963 meet-
6 p.m. services. The until 6 p.m. in the
ing recently in the Assembly -
pastor is requesting the gyitnatoriun, Mrs. Solomon *-
Room of the Chro-
services of all stewards Jones, PTA president
nic Building of the
stewardess, missionaries announced this week.
: hospital with Miss EdithC.
choirs 1,2, and 3 all Mrs. Jordan is co chair- \ i .
Boyd, presiding.Miss
other officers end mem- man for the event. '1
Boyd is the newly
bers of the church. JKJ students will serve } r \ f
elected president is
ainday's services: as models and musical
the Housing Manager of
Sunday School 9:30 a.m gems will be furnishedby ,
} the Durkeeyille Housing
with Brother S. C. Hart, the Glee Club. band t .
She is an active -
superintendent, in the Corolettes. Gretel ., '.
ch arge. and Gertie School of neaber of Ebenezer ". .y ; 'i- '!1.. -J
Church and :
Methodist ,
Communion service. 11 Dance. A hair style \;.i.Y.1,
former Basileus of Chi
a.m., sermon by the ras- show will highlight the
Chapter Iota Fhi LanbdaSorority SFC Alfhonso L. Logan, the son of Mrs. Alice E. Logan of 1110W.
tor. For the sick and program and Mrs. Beaulah
President 26th St. and now assigned as an administrative supervisorwith
shut-ins. 3:45 t.In. McClellan will serveas
Communion: and evening narrator Boyd's wide range of experience the U. S. Military Mission to the Iranian Army in Iran, recently -
and contacts received the Army Commendation Medal from his commanding
worship, e p.m. Mrs. Ethel Davenport
fashion give the women: of the officer Lt. Col. George M. Wallace. Sgt. Logan's wife Juanita and
Bannister coordinator -
Weekly activities: auxiliary reasons to children Michelle D. 5, and Rhonda R.
for the Diana .... 3, are presently residing
Class meeting Tuesdayat
look forward to a in Detroit. Mich.
8 p.m. Choir 2 rehearsal Shop is supervising the BISHOP WILLIAM FRANKLIN BALL (right), prelate of and improved'
Wednesday at fashions which will be the 11th Episcopal District of the AME Church Court Frees Boycotters
program of service and Church Of Christ
8 Junior Church furnished by the Diana and Dr. W. B. Stewart, president of Edward Waters
p.m. public relations. CLARKSDALE.\ Miss.! -- for leading a boycott
Shop. College, go orer plans for the institution's 97th
Thursday at 5. p.m. Other elected officersof Written In Heaven Circuit Judge E.H. Green of white merchants. The
Choir 3 rehearsal The public is cordially annual Founder's Day program which will be observed -
the group are: Mesdames reversed the conboycott is still in pro
Thursday at 8 p.m.: invited.Ebeneze. here Feb. 10th through the 13th. Bishop Lillian Smalls Sunday's Pastorial Day victions of four Clarksgress..
I. H. Bonner, prelate of the 19th Episcopal Dis-
Choir 1 rehearsal Fridayat Maud Hi goon. M.E. Mc- services at the Churchof dale Negro leaders who
trict of the AME Church will deliver the FOun- ..
8 r.m.Mother Gri ff, vice presidents; Written in were charged with con- ,Jf. .
Kidway' nembersMp Choir der's Day address on Feb. 13th. A series of programs Mesdames Alma Adaas and Heaven. 1434 Kings Rd. spiracy to injure trade

rally will be will be centered around the two features.EWC Marie McKeever secret Bishop J. C. Blakley. in 1961. -

held on Sunday Feb. 10 ( Photo By Crawford) ari es. pastor will begin with State NAACP President I FOR KBWI 1

at which time all members Slates Valentine Tea Sunday School at 10 a.m. Aaron Henry and three
RMS & APIS-HA Water-
is requested to ray with the superintendentand others had been sentenced I

or raise S6.00 each; Quilting Project Launched instructors in to six months in .CHIPPrS ROOMING HOUSE i j 1

$1.00 for the TrusteesDay Loenezer Choir No. 2 ch arge. jail fad. a fine of S5CC '218_Lee St..... a, 48069OPEN
has completed plans fora -
$1.00 for the Dis-
; Morning worship will
trict Conference and $4 pre-Valentine Tea begin with devotionals FOR BUSINESS
which will be held Sunday -
for the plumbing work to : by the deacons of the .
be installed in the new Feb. 10 from 4 until church. The pastor will I GOODSON CLEANERS Announces the Opening of a New

church building now in 6 p.B. in the jt deliver the sermon. Branch Office at 5504 Avenue B. 'Coae Where Yoi

progress.The church's social room. Youth hour starts at Can Get Quality Cleaning at Budget Prices. "

First Quarterly Percy Tolbert and Viss 6 p.m. with the presi- -- Free Pickup & Delivery Service --
Corine Joyner Fl ming. -
Conference was a great dent and instructors in
success and the pastor charge Evening worship
takes this opportunity: following participant
will begin at 8 p.m.
Starting Sunday
to thaak all boards, will feature the program -
L&& The Sunday School will
officers and members who : j celebrate its annual ,.
braved the weather in The Freeman Sisters,
making quarterly conference St. John Baptist Church :jI program on The
Sunday.Feb. 10 at 3 p.m.
a success and choir. Miss Winifred
in the church auditoriumwith
also to Dr. F.J. Jones Riley St. Stephen Trio. 1. Mrs. Emma McClendonsuperintendent
Dayspring Baptist Church S
who gave us two in
Male Chorus and the
filled and
ch arge.
powerful ser ons to Jeanette Trio.: T
Mrs. Martha J. Washington -
carry us on.Included Seminole Club
president along R
among Rev _
Jones appreciation with Rev. E.J. Rivers R
the Trustee Revival hour pastor and all choir Meets Feb. 4 PlI'O

Tea at which time !:rs. members are issuing a '*
The Seminole Culture
Clotee Frigeon. gave the cordial invitation to meets Monday. Feo. 4 at -
the general public to xr x
principal address which
6 p.m. in the home of ,.
attend the event. -
was enjoyed by all. Mrs. Eloise Lewey. 1478W. .-. . N
'bo.r b'W.
9th Street. fkCOtM'. .

All members arc arged I fmOlJO ., ,UCIN.SD D
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