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The Florida star
Uniform Title:
Florida star (Titusville, Fla.)
Alternate Title:
Place of Publication:
Titusville Fla
S.W. Harmon
Creation Date:
February 16, 1963


Subjects / Keywords:
Newspapers -- Titusville (Fla.) ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Cocoa (Fla.) ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Brevard County (Fla.) ( lcsh )
newspaper ( marcgt )
newspaper ( sobekcm )
Spatial Coverage:
United States -- Florida -- Brevard -- Titusville
28.591111 x -80.82


Situated on the banks of the Indian River, Titusville in Brevard County was settled in 1867 by a former Confederate officer, Henry Theodore Titus, and his wife, Mary Hopkins Titus. The town was incorporated in 1887, by which time it was already famous for its citrus and pineapple crops. The arrival of the Florida East Coast Railroad in 1892 laid the groundwork for a tourist industry as well. The Florida Star and later the East Coast Advocate and Indian River Chronicle provide a diary of these developments. The Florida Star was a weekly newspaper published by P.E. Wagner from 1880 to approximately 1882 and later by S.W. Harmon. On November 1, 1912, the newspaper moved from Titusville to Cocoa, Florida. The Florida Star ceased publication around 1917 and was succeeded in turn by the Indian River Star, which operated until 1920. Another Titusville paper, the East Coast Advocate and Indian River Chronicle began on July 13, 1900, as a continuation of the Indian River Advocate and East Coast Chronicle; the latter had been preceded by both the East Coast Advocate, edited by W.S. Graham, and the Indian River Advocate. In 1920, the East Coast Advocate and Indian River Chronicle merged with the Indian River Star and was subsequently published under the title of the Star Advocate.
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).
Funded by NEH in support of the National Digital Newspaper Project (NDNP), NEH Award Number: PJ-50006-05

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University of Florida
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Copyright Florida star. Permission granted to University of Florida to digitize and display this item for non-profit research and educational purposes. Any reuse of this item in excess of fair use or other copyright exemptions requires permission of the copyright holder.​
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Operation Accreditation, $200,000 From Recording Co.

l Similar Action By King Seeks

s k, LOS ANGELES---A halfmilliondollarbreach

o S.i of contract suit is being preparedfor

} SHOPLIFTINGIQa +2 n:. Y.fg filing against Dr. Martin Luther King,

1ITH Southern civil rights leadersays Dootsie

J i i *] Williams nation's, largest president Negro-owned of Dooto Records recording, the,

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I ,sacker's' Widow Charges Negro Killed Two Indicted company.The catalyst for the lie interest was so i I

I) ; rial Without Cause; Seeks DamagesThe suit was similar action high that we entered ,
Friday In
| l SlayingJeweler brought by Dr. King demanding into contractual

= docai: woman,described widow of a Volusia County Negro who'was r x $200,000 from discussions with him,

f by the Feb. 13 issue of fatally shot Jan. 6 in the Volusia County Courthouse Of ,a 3-sv Williams and his companyas having the understand' f,

i the Florida Times Unionas by a deputy sheriff, filed a $350,000 damage First-degree murder penalty for produc- ing that royalties :

Mrs. Queen Ester suit on behalf of the survivors Wednesday in indictments involvingtwo tion and release of the would be paid to him
lc i Mazeke Crumbley, a federal court here. local men said to be long-play album "Mar and/or the Southern
Mrs. Maxie Lee Will-
teacher at New stanton TULANE U. implicated in the last tin Luther King at Zion Christian Leadership
iams, widow of Luke
Senior High School, was December 17 slaying of Hill." Conference, which he
Williams, filed the com- PLANS OKAYED Bishop W. F. Ball (right)
scheduled to face trial INTEGRATESPEACEFULLY old West The album, produced, heads. He agreed to
'"' in Municipal court to plaint against Deputy an Adams 82-year St. jeweler were prelate of the 11th Episcopal District of copyrighted, and released everything in and a-
Sheriff Harold Cooper, the AMF Church and Chancelor of Edward
t answer said charges. handed down Feb. 8 by last year by PICA bout our proffered
Volusia Sheriff RodneyB. Waters College, approves and accepts an expansion -
j Reports state Mrs. a Dooto affiliate, contract excepting the
I: Mazeke was arrested by, Thursby, ,and the NET ORLEANS---Although report previously sanctioned by a characterizes Dr. Kingas royalty rate. But, after -

j 4/ Patrolman R.D. HunterJr. Maryland Casualty Co. Louisiana has its dedi- committee and Edward Waters College Presi- "the most dynamic receiving the contract 1\

; Monday afternoon surety for bonds of.; the cated segregationistsled dent v.'. B. Stewart (left). Outlay costs have individual on the cur- he advised us

aftev employes in the sheriff and his deputies by White Citizens been estimated at $750,000 and are expected rent world scene" and that he would make

three downtown storessaid"they in ,behalf, of herself Council leader Leander to raise EWC to a senior college status includes his pronounce- only minor changes before -
saw the suspect and her four minor Perez, racial inte- and accreditation by the Southern Associa- and toldus
ments on such subjectsas signing
take merchandise chl1 dren. gration has c me to tion of Colleges.
"The Negro Oil em a" to go ahead' with
lif, valued at an estimated Killed Without Cause 7.JOOO students at (More Photos Page 5)
and Self- He was
$60 from counters Tulane University here "Dignity ;'
Jf --
In her complaint, Mrs.
placing them in e shopping Williams claims her unarmed without incident. J8lRijiOftlr Son In Law Respect, and "The given $250.00 cashiers
:I w Ballot." check as a binder on

said have She left was then the without' husband cause.was Cooperwas killed been Eleven admitted Negroes to have the Fined In Miss.Files Held For 1st Creating a stir in the the deal. Meanwhile,

I i recording industry, the we operated under our
stores without paying
for them. bringing current spring semester JOSEPH MONTGOMERY AppealGREENWOOD Degree Murder album was an Immediate verbal agreement. !
i when he
into court
H ..__ Municipal. Judge John pulled,-his pistol -and- and all :have. accepted. "-. ,_,.the..Duyal"-COunQ.erand...!. ,' Miss. -- first-degree, murder success! and is currently 'Later, we heard !
bench being considered for that Dr. King was approached
Sentora'issued a
t shot the prisoner. quietly by students, jury. ', 1* Following"hi.s conviction indictment was returnedFeb.
warrant for Mrs. Mazeke ,. nomination for a Grammy by a white
Cooper said Williams faculty members and Accused of the death or and $100 fine on 8 against Willie C. which "
when she failed to appear Award by the Academy of company BOW
in court to answer made a threatening the public. John David Tittle, drunken driving charges, Recording Arts and wanted to 'record him.

: preliminary charges. She gesture and remark which Whi le still main- operator of the 528W. Larry Stillreporter for Sciences. Dr. King asked us fora

S was later released on the deputy said he believed taining segregated Adams .St. Jewelrystore Jet magazine was freed "When I heard about Z% royalty, whien is
also attempt hotel and public ser- Joseph Montgomery under bond afterhe
bond. was an are $5,000 Dr. King's suit" everything. We had to
1 by the deceasedto vice facilities, New 28, of 836 W. immediately filed ar Williams said, "I was refuse. then halted ,

Coming To Jax escape. Orleans is considereda Adams St. and Roosevelt appeal. as surprised as I couldbe production and sales

said he pulled cosmopolitan city Here to cover the distribution -
r Cooper though I had reports of the album fully
his pi&tol to hit the with a middle class of food for that he was expecting that, is the

z man but the weapon ac- which faces a national needs Leflore and Sunflower disgruntled about the spirit of our previooa

cidently discharged, and international county Negroes release. But, actually negotiations, we would
the bullet striking the outlook rather which had been collectedin
we have done nothing iron out our
in the face. than local. This is Chicago, Still -- .
: prisoner WILLIE C. WILLIAMS illegal, nor anything cal t1 *
\ The widow also con- claimed to be the arrested on traffic that Dr. King "Our couater-sult

tends that her husband' s reason why a waning charges. Williams of 411 StateSt. wasn' familiar with. is based on the faet

civil rights under the racial fanaticism is for the reported that ,
1 "When Dr. King was that we we
said to be giving way Comic Gregory
slaying of his father-
i Amendment were and
here last June for his as well as Dr.Rise
(, to a more realistic in-law, 71-year old Joe
violated and that the appearance at Zion Hillwe his organization, are

J defendant killed him outlook. Helps Needy .Nathan Brown. taped his speech as losing $500,000ia i
i .t Catholic Loyola University Police said Williams' "
without just cause or Tons Of Food a public service. PubCopraenccment- sales OB the albw..
Louisiana wife had left him and t
provocation.The .
widow is demandinga State University have CLARKSDALE Miss.--- went to live with her w w. # *
A. PHILIP PANDOLPH Hall, 28, of 1026 W. T t T
1 had Negro students for father at 924 W. UnionSt.
judgement of $100,000in Claiming that was
..Noted Labor Leader Church St.Tittl J 1.1
addition to judge- several years. aiding Negroes dropped Williams is said to Spaker '
e, according to
4 Plans are being completed ment for the childrenin from welfare rolls because have fired twice at
police, died from a Attorney General D.C. His bachelor of I
for the manmouth the amount o f of voter registra- Brown through the win-
J Edward W. Brooke of
testimonial banquet $150,000 and $50,000 * * shot in the head in tion activities, Negro dow of his house Dec. science degree was eea-
Boston will be the
v what was termed a rob- com ferred by Howard University -
A. Philip Randolph of the blasts
honoring in punitive damages. comedian Dick Gregorybegan 24, one
mencement speaker at
about while he earned
bery attempt at ,
internationally striking the fatherinlaw I
- 1" distributing food
4 famed president of the 1 p.m. last Dec. 17. in the chest, caus- Florida MM Universityon the lL.8. and nester 0f
( destitute
Is NamedTo donated for April 20. He is a laws degrees from Beetes
J'f I Brotherhood Porters of here SleepingCar Mar. 3r Group Most Jailed Negroes here Tuesday., ing his death. native of Washington University I

who said that
from 4-6 p.m in Brew- Sit Inner he helped collect the Gets Official Reco nitson J Jt

r r ster event Hospital is being cafeteria.The sponsored .- Aid AdultsTo Becomes Bride food in here Chicano leading arrived a !f- t

by the Ladies Auxiliary :-, .. ....... convoy of trucks carry-
/ of the Brother- :.
uz.- ..' ( ing some 14,000 tons
Randolph is a Read
hood. Mr.
I ...... '. "!.,- .f.S of canoed goods.
:i Jax native. I} _.-:... ;',.. | He disclosed, "WhenI

a Riid Nets 9 citizens committee, J. Rutledge. In chargeof !. I heard about Negro ;

working in cooperationwith developing distribu- babies gcing without

A raid led by Sgt. j.T. the State Depart- tion centers will be I milk and bread in Mis-
ment of Education, has director, Mrs. s r [ decided
Low accompanied Pa- YWCA sissippi, I
trolmen J. D. McCbrmick formed to launch "Op-" Florence Dixon and Mrs. '.a t to do something aboutit.

and H. L. Plunkett last eration Alphabet, a Edythe: Anderson school i j
r program which helps principal. cut off the
Saturday resulted in [ "They ,
adults learn how to read
the arrest of eight men, Eric 0. Simpson, | federal surplus food 1;
reported.The and write. newspaper publisher, | to Negroes in Clarksdale -
police i iDEroRA'IEDAI'DIY
With Herbert H. Under- 3
officers moved in was named ( and Greenwood be-

,a house at 1205 wood, prominent Jewelerand publicity and pro- cause the Negroes were
Houston Street at about civic leader serving motion, with Philip J. I pushing a voter registration -

.' -- after observing as general chairman, Gearing of the Duval I I drive here.
Fred Noble and
Adult Education Dept accusation was
E whit was going on through I The
McGriff, attorneys, as .
serving as secretary.The Federal
'window for several MRS PATRICIA DUE denied by
minutes, the officers vice chairmen, the program designed State and County of- I

stat d. committee includes: to teach adults how to TALLAHA5SEElIrs.Patricia ficials.

Coordinators for locating read and write will be Stephens Due, Mississippi is part
Police charged Johnny and enrolling Sp/5 John Henry Howard of Jacksonville, was a-
I Franklin Chat man. 32, carried by two tele- a senior sociology of the United States for giving aid to wounded casualties ;

of 4834 Amos St., with non-readers and non- vision stations which major at Florida A. and yon know," he said, warded the Air Medal flight today over combat areas in South Viet Haa. \

being the keeper of a writers are Dr. H. will conduct courses, U. University, who has They don't know it while in helicopter last the Aero medic Bade 25 such ;
school September year
i gambling house and the James Green, making it possible for the distinction of yet but they will From February to the target of unfriendly f I
aircraft was
principal and the Rev.J. and at times
unlawful sale of tax persons to learn in the spending more time in petty soon." flights fire. Here be is shown as MaJ.
Charles automatic weapons
paid whiskey. S. Johnson. privacy of their homes Jail than any other It was also reportedthat small arms and Walter Reed Army Medical Center. j
local business- A. L.* Tynes. Commander of !
Bgt. Lowe said 40 one- The programs will be equal rights votary, 30 additional tons Gen. With them is the specialist's wife, Doro-
; half pints of whiskeywas Ban, is coordinatorfor parried on WPGA-TY on became the Jan. 5 bride of food stuffs were on pins on the new assignment is at Walter... Seneral I
Howard's new
seized in the house. finance and ma- Mondays, Wednesdays and of John Dorsey Due Jr.* their way to Mississippi thy Jean. Sp/5 senior ward attendant. He is the son of Mrs. Mary

t 'The other seven men were terials. Fridays from 6:10 to a senior law student at and will be distributedto Hospital as a St. Mrs. Howard is the daughter of Mr.
of lay of 2339 Home
Organization Channel Lee
charged with vagrancyand 6:40 and over PAID. needy: Negroes In nine
being inmates of a teachers will be coordinated 7 on Wednesdays from Mississippi counties. and Mrs. Harley Johnson, of Brunswick, (U. 8. Any Photo)

gambling house. Sgt. by Mesdames 1:3) to 8 p... * * * *
fl. B. Gardener and W.
Lowe atatH

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! / '''h NEWSt -I k .'-' POLITICS AS USUAL

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.(,/ Published by the Florida Star Publishing co. ,

1, 11 1 Member. of Associated Negro press"l' ,j 1': BY ERIC I. SIIPSIN

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.f b ERIC 0. SIMPSON................HMafiif Editor ,, ;f., . *****

t/ ALYSQN E. WISE.................News Editor AFJj-CIO; President George Meany believes
1 GLEADERSHIP the economic and collective bargaining

; HILDA WOOTEN.....................Circulation Hasager problems of this era require "genuine
t, close and whole-hearted cooperation by
I labor, management and government on a
.. 4j: scale not previously acceptable to any
, I of them."

f J 2323 Meicriof Road.....Pleie Elfifl 4-6782- Meany's statement is contained in a

j//: -EL 4-6783 signed editorial that leads off the Feb-

,",>- ruary issue of the AFL-CIO r

MAILING All RESS: magazine, the American F
published today.
P. D. Box 561 J Jacksonville 1 Florida
I The issue is keyed to the
SUBSCRIPTION 50th anniversary of the Department -
of Kabor, and also
,I, One Year, $6.00 Half Tear $4.00 includes a four-page articleby

lulled to you Anywhere in the united States Secretary of Labor W. ;

.. Subscription payable in Advance Millard Wirtz.

Send Che,*>k or Honey .Order to: "The golden anniversary of

FLORIDA STAR P. 0. BOX 561 the labor department coin-

I Jacksonville 1, Florida cides with a most crucial period in

American economic life," Mjean>' s edi-

J torial notes. 'Sweeping changes are now

GOY. IARNETT GOES NORTH under way--changes that affect workers '

first but which will profoundly influence i
Governor Ross Barnett, apparently engaged the future of everyone.' -

in trying to get Mississippi back Earlier changes, such as the developmentof

in the Union, sailed into Yankee and (Kennedy collective bargaining on a national

i ) Massachusetts to deliver a calm scale, 'caused few problems for the
talk on states' rights. FIRM FROM THE GOVERNMENT Will DO THE JOB + country despjte the dismay of labor's

The Governor was a model of proper de- enemies maintains. "
Meany 0n the con-
I / portment. He did not chew tobacco, snap S S SB S SfYour trary, the labor movement's ability to

I .) his galluses or .. raise the general level of wages, to

j flourish aA:I : ; establish such safeguards as welfare and
1 horsewhip. He.: : : ::.::: .. Weekly I pension programs and to exert a progres '
raised no _
'I ...._=_. \ sive influence in the legislative halls .
to '
; appearing -t" was indispensable to the general pros- : -
before .IT:; perity of the postwar period.

a n integrated Horoscope Guide "But in recent years there have been t
audience. H e '
< other, more ominous changes. The advance .
shook hands
even of automation and allied technologicald
with a Negro, velopments has proceeded from a crawlto
State Attorn ly PABLO The
trot to
a a gallop. Combined with a

4 W.General Brooke Edward, andso | WHICH ARE YOUR LUCKY DAYS FOR flabby economy and a soaring population,

it has produced an eter-increasing back- ,

t nett did and Mrs.Bar-a'' ,BUSINESS' LOVE TRAVEL. log of unemployment and the wholesale, .:/:

destruction of jobs. .
Could It Happen In Mississippi "While unions are still primarily 'concerned ,-* .
said nothing a-
with raising the livingstandardsof
bout the case of James Meredith and the
r R I ) Ctl1C.. .f their members they are today con-
I I l'i.t :Born ec. CCnd thru
rioting which accompanied the Negro's enrollment -
Horn March 7.1 lst th fronted with the basic problem of
fl at the University of Mississippi. fpril I I Ifth ru 3orn June ffnd thru ?orn rept.teL Pird fcJrd; thru Jan. I 19th nomic survival for these members. eco-But

Instead aside from the general subjectof July TCnd
less about .
You should reach employers care wages than a- .
states' rights, he talked proudly of This should not be A consenus of views The ar.peal of Material fulfillMent in many bout cutting wage-earners from the pay- "

I Mississippi economic progress. too troublesome 'a and the pooling of things is not respects, and especially roll. This is a fundamental collision '. I

f Mr. Barnett appeared before the HarvardLaw period if you perform resources will help c.n easy one to shed so if you that is not subject to settlement by test

School Forum, in theater. on the campus your tasks with Cancerians as a ''especially for the have adopted strong of strength or by-the art of compromise,..
after Cambridge city officials hadrefused ,whole to deflect theunfavorable Librans who enjoy-"""measures"'to '
yourcustomaryef' '... insure as we have known them in the past. It requires -
to permit 'use-.of a "schooI'audi- -' influence "the best that life 1
ficiency and conscientiousness. : your hold on your genuine, close and whole-hearted
torium for the meeting. He was courteously that has to offer. You
.; It are building prestige, high of- cooperation by labor, management and
received. looks as if those up in the back- may have occasion to fica and the econo- government on a scale not previously acceptable -
( All this raises some intriguing questions ground. These rill re-exsnline this facet -
who are at the head mic reins of the to any of them.
It, : nay be noticing the come into view and to your Personality business or collec- 'Neither mediation, arbitration nor
I 'l Would the University of 'Mississippi allow quality end value of those who are caught and 'to tive enterprises of legislation will prevent disputes over
the Attorney General of Massachusetts--or, productive unprepared may find weigh it in the balance which
your a- you are part. the elimination of jobs until there are.
I t more to the point, the Attorney General chi overrents, and themselves submerged before you Strong behindthescenes enough jobs to go around. ;
of the United States--to speak on its this would bode good under debts end consider-any drastic, pressures pay "We need 'j" ,'

} I campus in defense of Meredith's right to for the tires that heavy obligations. changes, in your .rode ,.,be exercised to dis- labormanagement7gqvernmentlYcooperation to ) and ,
eliminate .poverty un-
The late hours could of 1 i vin g. It r.a$' :'be': *.. ,
enter school and the Federal Government'sobligation lie ahead. The last lodge'you from your That is the of the
employment. objective .
to protect him in the exerciseof of a series of cri- bring s measure of particularly baffling ; position. You nay AFL-CIO, and we hope it is the objectiveto '" (

that right? And would Gcvernor Bar- ses affecting your relief, through the dissappointr when sorrow have to fight intri- which the Department of Labor, as it

nett assure to the speaker the same peace- financial ties and intervention of mem- or gue with counter- its will
begins second-half-century, iF
bers of the financial
fatally.lSO771259197 reverses
ful reception himself, was accorded in valuable holdings measures, or utilize
devote its accumulated knowledge, experience ,_
Boston? could take piece.THMr touch you rather all the forces at
and skill.
When the answer to both questions is yes, 7212m- ? severely. your command to just Wirtz' s article is also devoted to past .
the nation will be persuaded that M i s- hang on. "
: LEO 3o17783f: 1 and current changes, both in the Labor

sissippi at long last has ended its secession > Born July C3rd thru 1: 4-70-33-12-34-473.? Department and in the economy. In reviewing -, ,.:<
t and the nation then may be more :tarn /pril I 20th: thnl ug.- fnd' C-CCRPIO' the history of the department, he :
to listen to what its Governor Nay TCth Born'plot. r !th thruJHov. ,:. ESit ,
disposed -- *' .'! ... e: a1 us : says, "one becomes more convinced than,... fever
has to say on the subject of rights. > ffnd [Born. Jan. 'Oth thru that tomorrow belongs to those who ,

(Reprinted From The Tampa Tribune) The ordeals yon say: You ray pursue, your J 18th face the fact of change, who go forward '
htve had ends when you have ...... ;
to face It seems .best to to meet it, who see it as an essential t
the benefit.of. P Benefiti from the
during the er.rlier use persuasion, if quality of growth."
r&rt of the rronth. fine planetary es- that is the only way improved climate to Merely "adjusting" to change is not \,
,... * *. *. should have led you pect. It, will also to realize your fon- tighten the bonds 1
I i4 i-:.: : at to adopt a new code aid you in the field dest hope. Others that mean economicindependence enough, the secretary asserts, "for that .

t of principles that of employment and should also be more and would inevitably mean falling further -
and further behind until the forces of
finpuce. Put it will
could enable you to responsive than greater security for
j South Africans NOI-Vioilit escape any repeti- take all your usual and quite a- you and your ain scientific and technological change which
"'. man's deliverance become rather
strength and a high promise
tions. Should you greeable 'to proposals ally. Investigatethe
F not have done before moral character to that bring possibilitiesthat the forces of his destruction. .

1 Attitude i Waning, Author Notes pledge your- cope with the pro- friends closer to- are open to you We can and must do better in approaching ', t

self to a line of bled that comes to a gether. critical in this connection the problems of technology..The '

The South African Negro has lest his conduct or a philosophy head. The slightesterror phase in your life on the 15th, when real answer to the change that is upon us ,' .r
nothing unless
of judgementon is that will make sense we
of living again be reached make
result ney you may
taste for passive resistance. The ,
a your pert could expand the economy to a point where there 'K
will Take
that keep you There are soire severe cessful start.
bound to come soon, can only be violence. the lost of There is
above. the average mean difficulties in friendly advice witha are another four million jobs.
The observation is that of Anthony Samp-
human failings.GFMIMI your Noire or the family ties and grain of salt only one answer to unemployment! and thats i
son, noted British author and authorityon company of a loyal 4. more jobs." '. ', :
neighborhood r la- 'even when it is well "; I :!
South Africa. Writing in the new issue -
and stalwart esso- .
O-55-l9-12865 "-reant.
of SHOW, The Magazine of the Arts, ciate.7i0O91583719. tionships., "! Georgia's Governor Promises t ;,
states his conviction that "the : !: 2-60-66-14-57-256
Sampson 6-40-44-12-97
moderation and patience of the black : Strict Abeyance To All LIW.St// &
[torn May fist thru
South Africans, which has astonished June fist*:- ;- <- VlnGO I FI.SCFS Georgia cannot "have real progress 1 'J
white liberals and exasperated their Srd thru ''l J..c11 I TTr R(\ I IJ Born Feb. IPth thru the midst of social upheavals. .we ark ,
horn Aug. .
allies in the rest of the continent," The happy events 3o>:n t Ncv. Z3rd..thruDec the "
nd : March fOth going to obey laws, Governor Carl K.
gas at last been exhausted. that were foreshadowed "" Sept., rj i ,.:.2Ist.I ...r ;; .,- Sanders said in a, current Saturday Evening ,

"Since 1960," Sampson writes, 'theAfrican --4-(9th) may The third quarter It? is excellent for Marriage or part- Post. article.
to '
leaders have become increasingly t'I'r p should contain any private discussions nership plansiray be The 37-year-old Georgia chief executive I !

convinced that only one road can lead happy clirftx (15th- agreeable events for investigations/ 'brought to a; more' advanced told Ben Hibbs, former editor of the poet,
19th). If there is
them out of their impasse--the road of do the Virgoens who are that should prove stage. If that 'while I am governor, we are not .
violence..The debate is no longer between anything you can all set beneficial to there are latent religious -
in or you. "'
to resist Federal
going court orders with
to expedite
violence and non-violence; it is or say to parch down the There is howeverconsiderable or equally '- ,
ratters, you shoulddo serious differencesever violence, and we are not going to close
between degrees of violence. aisle to the alter. emphasis : ;' :
so without fur- any schools. We have seen some pretty sorry ,
"Even Chief Albert Luthuli, the veteran This makes it all on secrecyto likely to come
ther fuss or hesita- examples of that kind of folly im tip
African leader steeped in the Christian the rare urgent to bring off a up they should be ;;. f
tion. There is a South, and I want none of it in Georgia.
discussed and
missionary tradition, who won the 1960 avoid the difficulties transaction or to now I
that Georgia, according to Hibbs. refused t
possibility could in- ironed out to the
that protect cash or I
Nobel Peace Prize and is now prohibitedfrom your -
strong oppositionfrom Slander, general satisfac- turn back to the 19th century after cat*.., .
tervene. other valuable hold-
leaving his home village, is no others enforced integration of schools and (; I
may past commitments or ings. The consequences tion. This would today. .,: E
wedded to the rolicy of non-vio- '
longer delays and"along is rapid in
making race
cause previous situationsthat could hit spare you much more progress i
lence. siege of legal stem fro the incidents education, industrialization dbd PGltJit +j
hard embarrassing -
as as they
Although he does not forsee total procedures, unless be cal development. The state has
years gone by can would opponents in the days of becomes! 1
civil war in South Africa, Sampson predicts sort of compromise your manufacturing in the
some very effective wea- Be the one to offer years to come. If major area past generation t ;
I in SHOW that "unquestionably, the can be reached pons in. the hands of the olive branch. "... you have true and the trend continues at an increasing i
next five years..will show a worsening that will satisfyall those who bear grud560221942562 friends, now would pace, Hibbs observed. i{

situation,. with the police state becoming concerned (19th40,33.1672243 ). ges. 8-2H55-I .be' the moment to Georgia has grown from a rural southern f i

increasingly overt..What is certain is call on them.930221654932. state to a highly industrialized area

that, when the crisis comes, South Africa ( CI.PRI CO U Hibbs said. ;

Fill no longer be aole to pursue her own.
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I ?ATRiA1f FEBRUARY 16. 1983 .-. FLORIDA STAR, PAGE 1i .

I g s- Schedule Complete. New Project. Youth Group Reception Scheduled Les Camellas 1962 Achievements

., .' Elects OfficersThe j Of Cub Scouts NM.

Entertain SaturdayMr. Cub scouting has three
,j 20 Junior Civic r 1: ranks of advaaceveats.
Club met recently In 1 A cab scout nay become a
: the 2G Youth Center and and Mrs. CharlesHawkins
) Wolf Cub at age eight, a
elected 1991 W. 20th
: the
following I
Bear CUb at age nine and
slate of St. will entertain the
) officers for j a Lion Cub at age tea. At
Les Camellas HospitalAid
1963 under' the
I' super- .;
: Class and friends each rank the wb scout
vision of Mrs. Willie 'j
Saturday night beginningat may earn two arrow

: .;f::'":' Griffin: I 8 p.m. points, one gold and the
Miss Betty Burney. pre- for the
The drawing other silver.
j'J .}
1 sident; Miss Jerald Robinson basket of groceries will
.f Cub Scout achievementis
:QIj) ir
i ",, vice. president; be held at 10 o* clock.
for boy
I ,. a program
I ,/ Miss[ Theresa Washington, '
I : Fish and chicken dinners
,,. and his pare ts. All
secretary rrBrooks
; will be available for
/ t/ .: assistant 'secretary;Miss requirements of physical
those planning to attend
Gloria Price financial fitness, handicraft and
: e secretary; Mrs. WIllie MRS. CLARENCE WIMFREY JR the affair and the home activities are

<..: Mack, treasurer; Ernes general public is invi the boy
., USO Arcade officials, passed on to s
} J RoD1n son, business mana- members, servicemen and ted. father or mother as cab

ger; Miss Leola Roberts, friends will turnout to Mrs. Ernestine Davis scout examiner.

: / Ronald Washington and Mrs. Cla- is president; Mrs.
V reporter; honor Mr. During the year of 196%
chaplain and Rachel Yeager secretaryand
f rence Wimfrey--recent the followint cub scouts
Renae Robinson,
Miss Mrs. Mary L. Hawkinsis
newlyweds--during a reception -
I II chairman, Mrs. Bessie earned achievements:
planned. in their reporter of the sponsoring -
J 41g r *M Allen and Mrs. Willie organization. wolf Cub Scouts: COr-
honor Friday night at
Mack refreshment com- nell W. Dunlap, Carter
8 o'clock. Mrs. StazzieM. Promote
mittee. Scoulers Hilton, Cloris Grimes,
Also Mrs. Willie ,Griffin Hudson director,
J : Y Official Charles Wei ten, Roderick
.A- program. chairman; announced.. Veteran
Hargrove, Terry Crews,
Mrs. Bessie '->"
I MISSION SUCCESSFUL---During a special call meeting held recently in the home of the president, Mrs. treasurer Mrs. Wimfrey, the former Alvin Ashley, James
Christmas Savings Genevia Williams
Miss -
Alveta S. Allen, the Classie Lassie Bridge Club completed plans for its current community project, .,... t Mr. and Mrs.rnetteGriffin Breaker, Robert G. Fen-
: and is the daughterof "j
gifts of household articles and clothing to a needy family. Members shown seated from left are': ': ad- : nell, Herman KeLly, Willie -
: Mr. and Mrs. Luther 14!
Mesdames Carolyn White Washington, Margaret Mathis Alveta S. Allen. Minnie Lee Gadley and-HenT-v: ." L. Johnson, John
; .;4 f, orst' ...:_.:......., Williams, city and is .
f' rietta Howard. Standing from' left: Mesdames Juanita" Williams, Joan,Spaaldijig,'. Helen, :Thn0rk lQt -fii 1Ji t-b'r'g' Jiat"1'On:.>>-. aDorularmember' of the Meuse Ricardo Jackson,

Oliver, Geneva Henderson, Margaret Starkes, Grace Sykes and Sarah.:1frrgnt'sd: m s'.R t .cl rs :n,_... aw nit: ; .1-'t'-rortheelV'took :_Jax younger-set. She isa Larry MOSS, David Bal-

Gadley and Howard were recent hostesses with the following Lassies winning prizes,. namely:, Mesdames .'. y place Thursday member of Stanton lard, Harold Clark,

Starkes, Mathis, Williams, Henderson, Gadley and Wright. Mrs. Norma R. White was a guest during a Feb. 14. All regu- Reginald Glover, Gerald
Senior High School's ,
recent meeting. lar 'meetings will be Class of 1960 and has g Glover, Dan Smith, Anthony -

held at 4 p.m. on the served as a USO Junior Wright, George

I) ABOUT PEOPLE Los Amigos BIRTHS Yourth Sunday of each Hostess since the opening Scott. Wilbur Davis,

.. ..month.UBESS. of the 734 W. Ashley Ronald Avery, Jerome
r Organize Plan .. '
HomeroomMothers ; '" 110. .... '
a Members of New Stanton High School s Street facility.Mr. Crawford, Edward Pinder,

Organization met in special session Wednes Social Mr. and Mrs*. Malcolm 'plansBook Wimfrey is the son Frankie Sharman, Grady
'C SaturdayRecently Wilson 4224. N. Myrt'leAvenue
I day to complete plans for the annual Calendar Tea ; -Boy. Review of Mr. and Mrs. Clarence Shaman Kenneth McKesson -

1 which is scheduled for Sunday afternoon. Wendell organized in Mr. and; Mrs. Charles Wimfrey Sr. of New Or- VETERAL Girl Scout Thomas Abram,

1 P. Holmes, president of the New Stanton PTA, Mrs. the home of Miss Edith, Lavant; 5601 Brait Ave. ;. The. Eastside Branch leans. He is a graduateof leader, Mrs. J. E. Da- Carlton Jones, David

I .1 A. Henry, Mrs. L. Goolsby and Mrs. E. McCray coordinated 1704'. 17th St. the ; Public. Library has been Walter L. Cohen High vis, was recently inducted Lewis, Lawrence Riley,
\ the final arrangements. Los Amigos Vients Social Mr. and Mrs. William selected by United School of that city and into the board Jerome Pinkney, and

( Savings Club will spon- Builders of Economic and is presently. attachedto of directors of the Charles E. Young. ,
.... .... .... .... .... .... social Mitchell; 331 Belford Social Structures as Girl Scouts
sor a Valentine Street Squadron VA 106 N.A.S Gateway Bear Cub Scouts: Albert -
; Boy. :
I J at 8 in ttie place for their Council In addition -
Saturday p.m. Mr.. and Mrs. Clarence Cecil Field. The young inc. Harris, Charles

I Dr. R. F. Mills left the city for Wekoka, Oklahoma the home of Mrs. Esther Bowen; 7044 Wilson'Blvd. first. : annual book re- couple will make their to her new duties Simmons IIIWilbur Davis

1 to attend the funeral of his mother, Mrs. Jones, 3502 W. StuartSt. Girl. .J view' which' will beheld home in Jacksonvilleuntil Mrs. Davis serves Ronald Avery and

Margaret B. Mills whose passing. also mourned Clubs, and friends Mr. and Mrs. Ralph Feb. 24, from 4 to further disposi- with District 4 and Anthony Hanson.

I by five daughters and friends."''Dr. Mills. 'fs:;ex 1 1i are invited and are requested --D JW M.1.s 6 p.m. Mrs. Willys F.Diis tion the Squadron ma- is leader of Mt. Lion Cub Scouts:

i pected'to return "to the"city'during the'week.' to weal"rea'"ari'aWhite. Avenue; Girl. : Ubr 'r"I anwilT'be terializes.John:" Ararat Baptist Church's Charles Sinaons III,

I the reviewer.The .
I Mr. and Mrs. Leroy Girl Scout Troop Stanley Macon, Warren
I .... .... .... .... .... .... Newly elected officersand Jennings; 1437 Frances book to be reviewed E. Ford PTA 388 and Brownie Troop Green and Samuel Wilson.

I I II members are: Miss Street; Girl. is designed to 249. She is also affiliated All cub scout advance-

I), \ Friends and associates of Mrs. Bertha Walker, Helen Miss Edith Felix Murphy, president, vice; Mr. and Mrs. Charles motivate the thinkingof Complete Founder with numerous ments are awarded at

1467 W. 14th St. are asked to visit her during president: Mrs. R. Kirkland Small; 613 Ct. F. Blod- both young and old, other religious-civic the monthly pack meet-

I her current illness. Mrs. Walker is president of .secretary; Mrs. gett Homes; Girl. as well as to entertain. Day ProgramSunday organizations. ings.FamousMake .

the Blue Light Social and Savings Club.. Mr. and Mrs. Charles Miss Betty Scott, one of
I Maggie eddick, assis- At 4 p.m.
Brown; 3274 Brasque Dr. ; the most talented young
t ....;..s .... .... .. J..... ....*. ,,.._> .... tant secretary; Miss Veronica people of our city will Plans for the 9th Annual m

f ... ...9-:.. ...,, \ ,i ,.. ..i I.\i :;'I;:;; l .' secretary, Murphy; Mrs.. financial Shirley,... :Girl.Mr. ,,(and; ?.,Mrs.p', Gerald rf ., .lq '-.b'e featured 'pro-'-' Founder' s'Day ob

I .J I.J I Friends may visit Mrs. Mamie Smith who. is recuperating -' Seay. corresponding sec- Flowers; 1546 Franklin gram. servance at John F. Ford

in Room 326 at Brewster Methodist I retary; Robert McKeiver, Street: Girl. This gesture by Ubessis Elementary School has

Hospital. business manager; Mrs. Mr. and Mrs. Jerome in relation to their been completed for SUn-

Johnnie ',Frazier, trea- Carter; 2534 Moncrief goals in building day. Feb. 17 at 4 p.m. I2WJJWiiffiIMY

I n fln+ .... .... .... .... .... ..... surer; Mrs. Alberta F. Road; Girl. social structures. in the Cafetorium under

Jackson, .reporter.' Mr. and Mrs. Samuel Chairman of the review sponsorship of the

t Mrs. Caressa Martin Smith, wellknown beautician Members are Marcellius Williams; 2064 W. 17th committee ,is Mrs. school's PTA.

r and member of Grant Memorial AME Church, is con- Seay. James Ford, William Street; Boy. Ethel Liptrot with Mrs. Rev. Joshua Reddick, :

valescing at her 1170 W. 26th St. residence after West Edward West Mr. and Mrs. Timothy Dorothy K. Owens, co- pastor of Simpson Metho- etziizc ?
Griff 640 W. VAJpn'strett'G'iir. dist Church, will be
; ,
{ having undergone surgery at tse'wster'Metol3ist' and Willie Hargrove. chairman. Other) com-
principal Mrs.
Hospital. Friends may visit her. Membership books are ; mittees with their va- speaker.

still open to interested Mr. and Mrs. James rious representativesare Rosa Walker will be

.... .. .. .... .... .... .... persons. Green; 4113 Katanga Dr. ; Mrs. J. W. Bolden, guest soloist. .,,.-
Other program partici-
< Boy.Mr. Mrs. Annie M. Sims, : /
t and Howard pants will include Rev.
i Mr. Calvin Morse of 1641 Steele St. is seriously Assisted Program Mrs. Mrs. Callie Johnson 163
A.B. Reed, Mrs. Lucy M. :
Demps; 1316 Clausey yabiefor
''t ill at his home. Mr. Morse is affiliatedwith Cone and Mrs. VivianG. ) p r
Lane; Girl. Harris, A.L. Lewis Glee
several organizations and is a member of St. Paul Cop el and. ,
Mr. and Mrs. James Club, Little Janice Mc-
AME Church. He is the husband of Mrs. Marion Mrs. Marie L. McKeeveris Sheets and Cases
Stalling; 2620 Wilson Intosh, Mrs. Vernell
Morse, R. N. Friends may stop ty the home. Street; Girl. the president andP.
... Glover, Mrs. Hazel Mc-
; Mr. and Mrs. Edward L. Owens, is vice 72 x 108 Twin or
.... .. .. ...... .. .. '.... .... -r Williams; '1118 Bridier president. Millan Mrs. Annie M. Twin Fitted Bottom
McIntosh PTA PresidentMrs. c:

Mr. 'J. D. Brooks, manager'of the Edge wood'Lunge, Street Mr. and; Girl.Mrs. Leroy Wilson -. Legion Axuiliary Ford. Margaret School Wright and y 1 44
2388 W. 1st Street; Principal A.
\ is confined at Brewster Hospital. His conditionis Boy.; Completes Plans C. Madry.

fair. Mrs. Julia Prater, for- 4

JWJ VocationalStarts I II fete mer of the 81" x 10FwH,or
.aaa aaa. aaa aaaa aaaa .... J For. Saturday secretary PTA Double FHfad, Bottom
I will be guest of honor.

.f.I :':: : Adult The American Legion Au-' Program SundayAlpha s $1.66

now its : : '1'. .. t" Gamma Now save big on fine-
Pepsifor I Chapter of
I II \1'J\ ;'..},. xiliary Unit No. 197
';4, '.;.'! & Sewing Class, .has completed plans for Phi Delta Kappa> Sorority .r quality sturdy cotton

for MISS BEATRICE CALH3UN its annual Post. Valentine '- will present a program muslin, priced extra low.
adult class in
who A new celebrating Negro His- Slight imperfections. (you
and dinner
SERVING as mistress of- sewing is now being r may never see them)
Lhinkyoung ceremonies during the organized at James Wel- for this Saturday even- story Week Sunday after- won't affect their long
ing in the Post Home noon at 4 p.m. in St.
Light Practical Nurses don Johnson Junior High wear at all.
t 2179 Benedict Rd. at Paul AME Church. The occasion -
I p graduating exercises School. Adults who wish 7:30. There will be will tend Pillow Cawi, 42' x 34'.4! 101' MC

I Thursday night, Feb. 7 to learn advanced tech- for -all .ages and honor the centennial of .. ...,.. .. ... .
: / -; / ? 'f/.o/
nics will find the class '
at Stanton VocationalHigh the signing of the Emancipation
music to thrill all and
School was Miss to be of much value. Proclamation of

4I Beatrice Calhoun, LPN. Miss Tamer Britton is plenty of fine home 1863. Mrs. A. Cash Is 1 --L
cooked food. Everyoneis
I r' who is affiliated with the instructor. the sponsoring organiza- : : i,
invited to come and
Duval Medical Center. Interested adults may tion's basileus and Mrs.
spend an evening to be
Some 14 students gradu- register on Monday and A.E. Girardeau is pro-
fol- Wednesday evenings from gram chairman.
( ated. A ,reception
the 7 to 10 p.m. -
lowed cereoony. I



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MAIL OROKKS-AM. Sic aMral Ta Mtf 9ac Mao CkarMt.'DIXIE .
days-and part of the fun is Pepsi. A. .err years successful practice in Jacksonville.

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And nothing drenches your thirst PgPSI-COiA; PHARMACY is S s
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i Ir11 1 CHURCH Voodlawn Presbyterian New Director Welcomed. Rev. Harold B. WhitfthvrstBCC's

: Church Notes Alumni Day Sptiktr

DAYTONA BEACH The National Alumni Office at Be-

i NEWS The United Presbyterian d A thune-Cookman College Jubilantly acknowledged tfce

1 Junior Youth Group will acceptance this week of Reverend Harold B. mite -
meet Saturday at 4 p.m. hurst to be the main speaker at their initial observance -
I ), Vest Union Baptist Church will observe annual in the hut. The Senior of 'Alumni Day." February 24. 4pm. in
joint anniversaries of the church and its pastor, Youth Group will meet the College Chapel.

Rev. A. F. Cummings Sunday night. Rev. P. Joey of Saturday at 5 p.m. in x Carver A. Portlock quent manner in which he

t .) St. Peters Baptist Church will be in charge of the hut. 3ro National Executive Sec- delivers a message. "

the opening services at 3 p.m. The Board of The Church School will retary of the National Reverend Whitehurst is

: Christian Education meets Saturday at 6 p.m.The begin Sunday, February x Alumni Association presently quite active '1
stated, "Since it is
I I Trustees, usher Board 2, Pulpit Aid Board and 17 at 10:00 a.m. in the our intention to make in religious as well as

I': District 5 will meet Sunday following morning George Washington Carver this an annual affair, educational work. He is '

'/ worship. Elementary School, 2854 we were Quite anxious to the Pastor of St.: joka

ff. 45 Street with T.V. get a speaker of the Baptist Church In Soa-

':: ::: : ::: : ::: :: :: :: :: :: : : :: : : : : ::: :: :: : : :: : :: Huger superintendent in Tk first magnitude, who is ford. Florida, and holds
charge. in all respects exemp- many executive positions

The Church of God By Faith, 1962 McQuade! St. The Morning Worship 9 lary of the ideals and in the First South

completed a series of services Wednesday with Service begins at 10:55a.m. philosophy of Bethune- Florida Baptist Associa

'Bishop W. W. Matthews, bishop of the church of with Pev. F.D. Wilson Cookman College. In tion.

.God by Faith, Ozark, Ala. in charge. The ser- bringing the ires- response to this. John Alumni Day is the occasion -

I ,vices were for the benefit of John Bright Academy sage. The United choir S. Frink National Pre- of the citation of

I school fund. will support the rites s ident of the B-CC B-CC alumni who, after

t with C.E. Simmons Jr. at tJ Alumni Association, said years of services, have

i I ..... .. .. .. .. .. .. .... .... .. .. .... .. .. .... .... .... .. .. .. .... .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .... .. .. the piano. I 'Reverend Whitehurst retired. The program
J I Prayer and Study Hour certainly meets these will be broadcasted

: Bethlehem Baptist Church, Rev. A. Anderson, will be observed in the standards. He is known locally over station
hut Wednesday, Feb. 20 throughout the state for1'FLF..
pastor, will hold Fellowship services Sunday beginning _
at 7 p.m. All are invited -------- the profound and elo-
at 3 Saturday's activities will include -
p.m. and SCORES ANOTHER VICTORY--Miami NAACP branch president Father Theodore R.
: junior Choir meeting at 1:30 p.m.; District to attend of this Gibson, whose conviction by Florida courts for refusing to release membershiplists
7 will sell pies at the home of Mrs. Susie Brown share glory
hour of praise and was recently overturned by the U. S. Supreme Court, knows the meaning of '
764 Court A District 2 will sell pies at the
; thanksgiving. The United the fight :for freedom. His continued participation is evidenced by his joiningthe

home of Mrs. E. Randolph, 666 South Lincoln Ct.; choir will rehearse in ranks of the NAACP life members. Presenting the life membership plaque to DirectionBy
District 3 will sell at the home of Mrs. ,
pies Hut Friday, February 22 Father Gibson is Kivie Kaplan, chairman of the Life Membership Committee.
Perlie Eddy 322 W. First St. This will be followed -
at 8 p.m.Communicant. Father Gibson was recently elected to the NAACP National Board of Directors.
j by an entertainment at 8 p.m. Pies will Classes (Layne Photo) Re,. J. Reddick i

; I be delivered. the
) rill begin week of

I ... .... .. .. .. .. .. ... . ., ... .. .. .. .. .. .. February 17th. Separate Missionary Society.
classes will be held for Scouting Commemoration I Program !
and adult youth
youth Programs Anniversary
E j The Senior Missionary Society of St. Thomas between the ages of 11- f

Baptist Church will observe its 44th anniversary 17 are urged to registerfor Observance Sunday Completed For Sunday In Mt. AraratAt t METHODIST CHURCH P
I Sunday at 3 p.m. in the church auditorium. Miss youth classes.

1 Marie Merritt, president, will be in charge. Topic Persons above should Second Bartist BY C. PAPHAM JOHNSONThe
,\ for discussion will be "he Twelve Keys to God' s register for adult Senior Missionary "Begins at 3:30 p.m.

Resources." The society has been divided into classes. The time and Final plans are in the making for the mammoth celebration -" YOU ARE IMPORTANTAs
Society of Second
x twelve groups with each group discussing one key, day for classes will be Baptist '. of 63-years of Scouting in America and its
Church has completed
I' \ namely, "The Key of Prayer,' "The k ey of arranged to the con- third year on the air Sunday in lit. Ararat Baptist

Sacrifice, ," "The Key of Success" on throughto venience of those who the program for Church at 3:30 p.m. a boy, I often heard an old man tell of a
its annual *. *. *. *. *.
their completion. register. Perso who ship wreck. According to his story, rescuers had
The Cherokee Divisionhas
observance slated for starring awards that a
have recently become very poor means for saving the people aboard the
Sunday at 3 in the been able to carryon boy can achieve is the
urged to p.m.
members are
t ship. Through the grave danger and sacrifice, thej
Santuary. because of a fine citizenship award and
Anniversary Fefe
attend these classes. in order that the boys crew managed to save all but one young man That ,
Rev. HamiltonTo "*:e can trust the Lore Rev. William Hill will spirited group of men -
will ,have an opportunityto 'youngman clung to the sinking ship,, pleading-fjwy
Planned little but known to Scouting as .
/ SundayI' too never be the main speaker.Mrs. '
Speak At t Commissioners. The dis- see the men who guide help. The rescurers had decided that the dangerwas
too Beatrice Wilborn will
By Central' Group trict commissioners the destinies of the too great for them to risk their lives for
; introduce the mistrese are:
New Mt. Olive T.P Rutherford L.R. city and county govern- one man. But one of the party, who had not been
District 3 of Central of ceremonies, Mrs.
I'I Baptist Church will observe Pev. G.H. Hamilton, Zion Hope Group Get rude Henderson, and Aaron and T.P. Lowery.The ment, the City Counciland to the sinking ship suggested that he and a new
pastor of Fellowship neighborhood Commissioners along crew would take the chance. When they reached the
t its 23rd anniversary the welcome address and com-
Baptist Church will con- Sings Sunday missioners are: Alexan- with the County Commis- sinking ship, to his surprise, he found that the
Feb. 17 from 4 response will be offeredby
*- duct services at New Mt. sioners have been invited young man was his only son, making a surprise
rfer Steward, Samuel Maddox -
to 6 p.m. in the home of At t African UnitedThe Mrs. Daisy Peaves and
\ Olive Baptist Church Herbert M. Powell to attend the pro- trip home. They saved him.
Deacon and Mrs. F.D. Mrs. Fssie M. Sandlin '
Dorsey, 928 W. 12th Feb. 18 at 8 p.m. He Female Chorus of respectively.The H.L. Oieathan. A.H. Cox, gram. Other City and It is not hard for us to understand why we

I\ Street. will ,he accompanied by lion Hope Bantist Church -- memorial ( 1 aren, c e Cunningham. county officials will shoul sacrl fi c e-to a aye*a--jjhf e-wkeg-j t, JjeJHp: _
Mrs. Carrie_ M. Gordan, his choirs and congregation will give a musical program for Mrs. Nellie Mitchell services "Fdmoiitf Thompson, James also be present and they own son. We do not ask" Ilt S questions that '
I -. L. Morgan Sr. James L. also will be introducedto
must be answered before
r retired school teacher at the African will be eulogized by our own way we

and a member of Mt. A program will be pre- United Church. 1129 Mil- !?ev. J.C. :Pains: pastor, Morgan Jr. Theodore the audience.The that with which we are concerned is in dangerand

"i 1 Ararat Baptist Church sented Feb. 21 in the nor ftreet, Feb. 24. and other program fea- Boatwright, Solomon Cherokee Division we are in the knowledge of it. It only points

"fl. I will be the speaker. interest of the Pastor's The program is being tures will be high- Small Willie Pollard, takes pride in presenting out how selfish we may be. It had never dawned in

Included on the pro- Aid Club. Officers are: sponsored by Mrs. Bertha lighted by yt. Calvary J.W. Anders Sr. and a dedicated and con- the mind of father that he was selfish until he

gram will be: Duett, Mrs. Petha M. Bellany, Belle, who is asking the Baptist Church's choir, Maxie Coleirpn., secrated Scout at all casurally saved his son. Jesus Christ (Luke !

Deacon Dorsey, Mrs. Program chairman and full support and cooperation Brother Fd Boatwright, These men have worked times. No non in Scout- 10:31)) speaks of a 'certain man" who needed ,

Theo Oree; recitations, Mrs. Ruth Williams, co- of the publicto prayer; Mrs. Lula M. hard, long and faithfulto 'ing has the boys at help. He did not give his social status, section -

Oliver Sister; History, chairman. attend the program.The George soloist; Mrs. keep Scouting alive 'heart more than Joseph of town he lived, color of skiff nation all t7 A&? :;,

: Mrs. Katherine Herring, Homecoming Day will be event is scheduledfor Lena George, reading; in the ,Cherokee Division -Walden., the-man who sees religion. It would"nean much in our.society"t ?! ,

i solo, Mrs. Beulah Oliver observered Feb. 24. 9 p.m. ; and remarks by Mrs. They will be present to it that Camp Coacoo- day, to its inditment, to know some of these
.. chee stays in tip top f
4 Alexina Johnson and Fev. Sunday to give a helping shape at all times. He things Lefjre we would be sufficiently motivatedas ":

J.C. Sams. hand wherever they are to whether or not we should give to him our .
A of .
is the chairman camp
SALE GOOD Mrs. P.L. vdwards is called upon to serve. sacrifical help. This father found out that
chairman of the program One of the most out- which we all need to learn today: all that we j

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has been arranged for It is Interesting to know that God has made

'Ut! 13 thru Feb. 17 benefit of members, DEATHSAutnur For TV Gospel ,TimeThe all persons with perculiar abilities. No per- :J

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Officer ElectionsChoir .Mrs. Mattie Williams is true whether we are a "Good Samaratlan, or
IItill, 5327 Spring Grove Road Sunday, February the victim of robbery."
2 of Mt. Olive George Blair, 318 N. 17, at. 9 a.m. over Sta-

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: Bishop W. F. Ball Sanctions

I t .? ;.; '.;: T Edward Wafers Expansion Phms

Approval of a $750,000 expansion fund plan

I t .. for Edward Waters College by Bishop W.F.
.aI Ball prelate of the 11th Episcopal Distract

of the AME Church and Chancelor of

tI the EWC\ might be termed the highlight
_; the 97th Annual Founder's Pay ob..rvancewhich -
ended WednesdayEdward ..'

''rz Waters Pres- . "
with the sparkliagEWC
ident William B. Stewart
baud concert at
submitted the plan to
: 10 p.m.The .
the General Board of

Education after a final day's activities -

\ Board of Management com- began with theFounder'
Day Convacatloft -
r mittee had explored
in Lee AudltjOjlun
4 a possibilities secur-
i A .aF at 10 o'clock graveside -
= ing the necessary money memorial servicesfor
plant improvements -
for physical
aipbep M.Y. Tookes
and Bishop
and a final meeting

FOUNDER'S DAY OPENS NEW VISTAS -- Edward Waters College's 97th Annual Founder's Day activities which came to a close Wednesday Ball gave the plan his between Bishop Ball

afternoon might be claimed the most successful in the history of the college's history. Approved plans for the Institution official sanction. church and lay officials

eventual senior college status physical plant expansion and membership enrollment Into the Southern Association of Colleges Completion of the plan and members in Lee Audi-

added new purpose in enhancing the acceptance of the far-reaching program by the entire Florida community. In top photo will enable the collegeto tori_.

I center, Bishop W.F. Ball accepts the expansion plan as outlined by the Board of management by President W. B. Stewart (left). meet the require- As the historic collegesurges

: '.Bishop L.H. Bonner is shown in upper photo right while delivering the opening day's Founder's Day sermon. Photo left (second row ) : ments of the Southern to its first

::1 Among the numerous distinguished guests in attendance being greeted by President Stewart (left) were noted Washington D. Association of Col- century mark in its
service to .
1 C. soprano, Mrs. Patricia Adams Johnson, her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Nathaniel Adams of West Palm Beach and the President's wife, leges for Edward Waters attendee to thisyear's

Mrs. Sarah Stewart.- Mrs. Johnson is shown during Monday night's concert being supported by the famed Edward Waters Concert Choir under to reach senior college Pounder's Day

,,. the direction H. Alvin Green. Assistant EWC Administrator Charles Williams delivers a report during an organizational meeting standards accredita- observances could not

Women dignitaries of the church shown in attendance during Bishop Bonner's address are from left: Mrs. L F. Ball Jr. (background tion and membershipinto help but feel the vibrant .

s J.S. Johnson, Mrs. A. Beatrice Williams, editor of the national Missionary magazine; Mrs. W.E.A. Harris, Mrs. A.R. Richardson, state the Association. sense of urgency

/ missionary president and Mrs. W.F. Ball Sr. Monday night attended at the St. Paul AME Church concert are (from left): .Dr. and Mrs. W Founder's Day activities aDd awareness which.. the

B. Stewart. Mrs. Nathaniel Adams Nathaniel Adams Miss Gwen Schell and Mrs. Vanorian Schell. got underway before new administrator has
a capacity opening day
( Photos By Baker ) attendance last sunday injected into this
city's major institution -
Mother Midway AME Churchthe rfoly Church Sets afternoon when BishopJ. et Mater learning
Bonner prelateof
Services Conference On Africa Attacks
Sunday will secretary along Services the 9th Episcopal Noted British
dedicated to the with the Class lead- Sunday

I youth departments of the ers. U.S. Grant To S. AfricaNEW Services Sunday for District delivered, a AME timely Church ser- Driver To Appear
church. The pastor Rev. Order Of Services Sugar
J. W. Jones' sermon will 9:30 a.m. Sunday the Holy Church of the son as main speaker at At t Se k rirql i
Living God 1912 MeharryAve.
be in keeping with the School Bro. s.c. Hart, YORK---Calling the U. S. Department of Agriculture sugar allocation Lee Auditorium. ._ .' jptonMartinof

spirit of youth sincewe superintendent. to South Africa 'incredible" the American Negro Lead- near Moncrief will College ccmmittees at the top names in

all are children of 11:00 a.m. Morning ership Conference on Africa expressed a vigorous protest to Sec- begin with Sabbath then assumed super- the history of British
School at 10 B.L.
1I 1l God, and have a great Worship, sermon by the retary of Agriculture Orville Freeman on February 7th. Coleman, superintendent a.B. vision of program Mrs.Pstrlclt fea- acing cars bends the
I - when
desire to look and feel pastor. A recent announcementby Some people in nun much of that alloca- tures spectacular list of entries -
l Joint in Washingtondon't tion to South Africa. in charge. Adams Johnson, noted in the internationally
young regardless of age. 3:30 p.m., meet- the Department of places Evening service will -
Washington -
I The pastor is requesting. Ing of the Stewardand Agriculture that theU. seem to have too Commenting en this soprano from famous 12
begin at 3
p.m.An and the
the presence of all Stewardess Boards at S. would seek much concern about the cancellation. Brown service fish D. C. HOUR BOWMCe RACE here
j members and conflict South stated after Edward Waters Concert at Sebrimg March 23rd.
officers, the church. 1.100.000 tons of between :
fry will be held Saturday the direction -
under ,
choir 163 taking for
friends from Sunday 6:00 p.m. Evening sugar from many countries Africa' racial "We do not object to tbeirchoice
from 7 until 9 p.m. .
of H. Alvin of world
School throughout evening Worship. around the apartheid policy and this allocation being champion
and the general
Friends pleased an over- road racing drivers at
worship. The Junior Every member who world. Including our own country s adherence withdrawn from Cuba invited. Green
public are audience of music their disposal Bruce
choir and ushers will has not paid his Rally South Africa has to human because of its current Gor- flow
/ Evangelist A. C. in spacious St. McLaren, New Zealand
serve"at the 11 a.m. feels requested to do opened to Question the rights as expressed in adherence to Coasaunlst lovers
don will be principal Paul AXE Church audi- ace. picked by the P. I.A
service. Choir and his best on Sunday U. S. policy on allocating the Constitution of doctrine. in this regard the
{ speaker during (world fDvernlni body of
{i Usher No 1 will serve night. to the Unionof the United States, the we support our which torium.
Apron Tea program Tuesday's sessions aw to racing) as one of
I during the 6 p.m. wor Choir No. 1 will meet South Africa to United Nations Declaration Government. But whj
held Sunday
will be with the Board of the top eighteen driverson
t ship. Friday nightFeb. 22 supply 52,163 tons of of Human Rights give it to South began
tI until 6
I from 3 p.m. meeting with the road racing cir-
All Stewards, Stewardesses for their monthly the total amount. and Supreme Court Africa whos denialof Management the .
caits of sorld.FLORIDA
Ball at 2:30 o
Missionaries decrees." to non- On Sunday night, Feb. Rev.
are meeting and annual election Commenting on theU. equality
Y to serve in their ca- of officers. S. Government The U. S. has can- white citizens is 24 beginning at 7:30 clock in the afternoon STAI

r pacities.All Boards and Installation will be action. Conference celled the sugar quota equally irreprehensi- o'clock, an Appreciation Alumni Night
will be held for festivities in Lee IN EVER HOMEi
.fi ,
Auxiliaries are to make conducted-by the pas- Director Theodore E. formerly allocated to ble? program
* a man and woman members. Auditorium, culminating
t respective reports to tor. Brown stated: Cuba and has given


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I Baptist Assn. Competition S parks Progra mental Commission Sets NLRB Riltafl

fc. Meets Feb. 20 I h Protest, I Turkey Projects Staking (JukiCvrhs !!

1; In New Berlin WilkiNs Says LAKE CITY The Game

a*." era and Fresh Water Fish NEW YORK -- Roy Wilkins

VaTbe Fast Florida and WASHINGTON in furtherance I Commission recently announced NAACP executive secretary -

: of its steppedup I that seven tur- this week calledon
Baptist Associa-
t; campaign to enlarge t keys were released in the Association's
j i Lion will convene in aLonedes
job opportunities for the Canp Blending Wildlife members and friends
session Wednesday -
Negro workers, the National WALr pwvj Mmageaent Area throughout the countryto
Feb. 20 in St. Mark I
Association for According to Brmtley pay their Federal
!Baptist_ Church, New Berlin
,l the Advancement of Goodson Regional Mmager. income tax this year
Rev. f. Mercer Host F a
Colored People (Monday) iLILi- 5 Northeast Region, under protest againstthe
;;pastor. Rev. W.M. Hill, L&&;
called upon the National the turkeys were trappedIn use of tax funds for
; noderator, assisted byHhe
Labor Relations Board the Pi Eh eating Creek segregated institutions,
various moderatorsand J
for a ruling.The s Management Area and facilities and services.
will pre-
side brief was filed on flown immediately to This action is designedto
throughout the day.
Other: prominent Minis- behalf of Ivory Davis the Cap Blending AreaS demonstrate to Presi-

an employee of the r : Goodson states that it dent Kennedy the need to
ters and lay people appearing -
Hughes Tool Company In is necessary to release "issue a single sweep-
on the program
will include Houston. Texas and the the turkeys as ing Executive Order
Rev. J.J.
all-Negro Local No. 2 of soon after being trappedas which will stop once

Jones of Antioch Baptist the Independent Metal ax possible to keep thEm and for all. am and all
Church. who will deliver
healthy, and the Commis
Workers Union which grants loans subsidiesand
the. main sermon at 11
Jointly with the all- prove a supports to states
.a.m.. when the topical s valuable al din this
white Local No.1. had which refuse to obey the
our goes into session.
been certified by the Constitution and which
He tz will speak from the .i use this money for
NLRB as the bargaining
4 subject, "Missions and i JWC YMCA segregated and dis-
Christian agent for the company I
Education. 8 I criminatory activities."

:i' 'Progress of Missionsand employees. Mr. Davis isa I Given ChallengeGeorge Every year, Mr. Wilkins
member of Local No.2.
Its Objectives, TYPICAL of daily and nightly activities at Contin Bowling Lanes in the unusual interest, zest pointed out in his call

will feature Pev. w.C. and spirit which the ladies have shorn in the spoi:rt since the facility's initial opening here. The Creswell for action, "hundredsof

Overstreet. Rev. H. T. Slates Session two teams shown above--the Jacksonville Maidens ;and the Continental Ladies--recently competed at general secretary of millions of dollars--

Heal and Rev. Daniel MondayThe Continental to once again demonstrate the fact that the for men only aspect of the game has vanished the Metropolitan YMCA your tax dollars--are

\\ I Johnson will also be announced last week that gi ve n to defiant
heard San Jose Industrious
,o' in major inspirational an anonymous donor has southern states by the

sermons. Club will hold Volusia College Inaugrales Rev. J. H. Hargetl Returns HomeRev. presented the Johnson Federal governaent."
I its regular meeting
Pev. R.H. Wilson will Branch with an unusual The call went out to
deliver the address and Monday at 8:30 p m in
challenge. the 1.557 NAACP branchesin
''J J. the home of Mrs. Lanis Revamped Technical TrainingDAYTONA
Trill greet President
If within six months 49 states. This tax
1 C. Sams and other state Abbott. 623 Pippin st. g fI1. 1A
the men and women in the money the NAACP leader
Mrs. Ethel M, F. Chester BEACH---The organizational framework of
\ }leaders YMCA can raise 3000.00 said 'is used to buildor
i 4 I Other features will be announced. the Vocational-Technical Division of Volusia '
I for capital improvementsthe support Jim Crow
provided by Rev. J. T. Important matters are County Cimmunity College has been revamped in, 1 -
donor will give an schools Jim Crow colleges -
: on the agenda Including
McCall first moderator order to do a more effective job of training ; \ -
reports by the delegatesand equal sum in order to Jim Crow research
\ and Rev. H.H. Wright students to function adequately in a variety of \ construct tennis court cVow
new members who will a projects Jim
alternate. Choirs and 'VOcational and highly technical
f be introduced. It is areas. and baseball field at hospitals, Jim Crow farm
ushers from Antioch and Students are now \
being the
i urged. that all officersand s new location. programs. housing, job-

Mt.. Vernon will serve. members attend this given an opprtunity) to designated course. stu- .. : r This is not to be confused training and employment

I specialize in a particular dents in Auto Mechanics with the present "
* *. very important meeting .1"i .
i area of a for example, may pursue membership enrollment
\. San Jose OfficersMrs.
r Wraparong Is New At-Home Fashion more intensive trainingin which must be completed

_ such areas as the first stages Thomas B. Beatrice McKinzie
What wraps you up in the rettiest package this side of f
l> I birthday party I The Wraparong I a S&8pptItL1a& Swtt U Electrical System, Fuel T argrave. Jr. Executive Mrs. Lanis Abbot Mrs

'A take-off on the sari, this System, Automatic Transmission Secretary Lauvinia T. Marquez and

floor-length wrap-around skirt is or Wheel, Align- i Two donations have Rev. Davis Richardson
) Doroth ,
an "I-made-it-myself" item con- .) II IIt all of whom are officersof
sisting of a bedaheet, dyed a par- Ow." ment during or after the been received and will
Wright the !Ran=: Jose Indus-
ty-bright and then trimmed
completion of the regu- be credited to this
with wide brocaded ribbon. The Department of Agricul- trious Club, recently
The Tintex Color Council suggests ture's Extension Service pre- lar general sequence of fund. Second Baptist returned from visiting
wearing it around ball dicts little price change in such
a work. Church Rev. J. C.
friends relatives in
gown when a festive evening fresh vegetables as carrots, potatoes -
winds up in the kitchen for broccoli celery head let- Brick and Block Masonry Sams pastor sent Bradenton.The .

scrambled eggs.It also goes great tuce and sweet potatoes. Porkis trainees may specialize $101.00 and $15.00 was guests were enter-
I over a pair of skinny pants as a approaching its seasonal low;
dressy at-home costume. and spring lamb is another in Block Laying, BrickLaying 1 received from Mount tained by Mr. and Mrs.

; To make the Wraparong it thrifty buy. or Tile Setting; Vernon Baptist Church, Frank L. Marquez Mr
takes single-size bedsheet *
a ,
\ a while those in Carpen- Rev. G. T. McCall and Mrs. Claude Marquezand
large box of Pagoda Red Tintex The D & D Company of

\ with the new T-7 catalyst (to Greely Colorado, packagers! of try may receive further pastor. Mir-._and Mrs.. ty&3&
eliminate the pre-straining step), "Big D" Great Northern beans, training, :in Blueprint '. J.. H. Hargett, center, formerly: of Greens- been invited" t.o'"'M u.+
and 4 yards of 2-inch wide bro suggests you take a tip from' Last year jacksonvUle' have \
caded. ribbon. New Englanders and serve Sat- Reading, Design layoutor boro, now pastor of the Congregational Church of spend their vacations

I Use wide hem of sheet for bottom urday night's baked beans on* Scale Blue irint Christian Fellowship Los Angeles returned home had the highest crime there this sumner The
of skirt.Cut sheet off at proper Sunday morning perhaps' rate in the Nation fora
J : length and turn half-inch with codfish cakes and brown Making. Business Edu- last week to conduct the .annual Religious Emphasis group are also close

hem at top. Mix dye bath in 4 bread. cation students may receive observance at .\. and T." college. He stands city of its size. A friends of Mr. and Mrs.
enamel .Use wooden strong YMCA is
quart pan. with his Rev. F. A. of one of 705 N.
parents. Hargett pastor
I stick to move sheet continuously i And to add a touch of the training beyondthe to this Henry Praylor
answer problem
i through bath for approximately } Old South to your winter menu, minimal requirementsin the Greensboro St. Stephens Congregational futch St Dade city
10 minutes. Rinse until all traces 1t buy loose-frozen speckled butt Hargrave noted.
Christian Church and Mrs. Hargett.
such businesspeople
Ii areas as wellknown
t of dye disappear. Dry and press. e r beans cut okra blackeyepeas
s Sew brocade trim around hem. lady creme peas, field Bookkeeping Stenography in that area.
; Like all the peas with snaps, crowder peas
pretty packages, File
Clerk-typist or
whole okra and cut beans.
Wraparong must be wrapped They're packed in polyethylene Clerking. The same is
with Here's how start at
care. :
one side and tuck corner of apron bags Foods,, New Southland York. Frozen true for such areas as EARNING and LEARNING ;2;

I inside belt. Wrap fabric com + Horticulture, Cosmetology .
pletely around figure to center of / "
Shell color doesn't affect the
waist Start folding several large food value you get from eggs Dry Cleaning and
pleats,tucking each inside waist. so buy the less expensive ones. Alteration and Radio and
pleats give sari-like fall to apron. And choose lower-grade eggsB TV Repair. oys & Girl Can Make Money .
Whether performing ably in ( or C) for scrambling, ome- ",
the kitchen or adding zing to anathome lets, cooking or baking. Buy
outfit, the Wraparong Grade A for cooking in the shell .
will become a versatile part ofmany frying and poaching .
a wardrobe this year. .
We've found a new spot re- "I- K
i ----I II mover that's effective, conven- Hundreds Florida Star ?
of Newsboys .
ient and safe for 1 .....
pocket or .; :; ; : I&i '" 4'"
I! purse. Called "Spot Chief", it'sa s .. """m.f H";,;;..._.. .,. #_ .. 4

non-inflammable small cloth saturated cleaning with fluid.a Quarreling Pair Are EARNING from $1. to $10.00 Weekly ,.: ,
Each pad is packaged in foil, Treated At DMC .. .. #y 11\\ !:.
------------9 with eight pads packaged in a
Ii plastic box or flexible wallet- And LEARNING to do business. -
type pouch. "Spot-Chief even Two persons were injured -

I; removes lipstick stains, too! last Tuesday at YOUNGSTERS! i If you are smart and

11 I : I 755 W. Ashley Street, 't

HOME SERVICE DIRECTOR AND HER STAFF IJ I ROULIE SCOTT How To Avoid I police reported.Mrs. want to earn your own money

Color MistakesI Elizabeth Hicks. .
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,Salads sometimes prove to be a:problem this time of year I I 39, of 746 W. Duval St. t isiste way to do i it. .,

I ;when fresh fruits and vegetables are scarce. Green =. stated that she and a .- ..

peppers, stuffed with a creamy cheese mixture, chilled .aS_ friend Tom Higgins, PARENTS I Your child may not

ti and then sliced is a wonderful idea. Y ou'lllike this deli (Tom Herndon) got intoa

:Clous filling, made with Carnation Evaporated Milk for fight and he struck need money, but the training gainedas

If ,tomatoes too, when they are in season. Double-rich her in the face with his

t. Carnation adds flavor and extra nutrition to any recipe. hand and she injuredher a newsboy will help him to be I

And, to please your husband start his day off with left while

delicious coffee "creamed". to perfection with Carnation. trying to hit arm him. successful in later life. Many of the N.

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.' Higgins had to be
$ treated at Duval Medi- most successful men were Newsboys ......- '

'. i I Shopping for paint cal Center for a slight

i You can make your color se- laceration on his fore-
: lection easier and avoid disappointment -
; later by imitating a head, police said. Start A Route Anywhere

i simple; but effective trick used> Patrolmen M. Newsom and
_ bv the professionals.Miss .
lima Dutrieux. coloryling Freddie Mack investi- You Live In Florida ,

[, $ : director for The O'BrJen: gated. I
C Paint Corporation. suggests'isolating" Love Letters Send rs
: the paint color before yWe'll
L 1 you make a decision.Whether Pair To Hospital i }
f ; you choose from a color card 1 Pot You la Business e.

i or collar album the color chip c; ,
I r ; should be masked off from the! Fernando Dowell 35, I

Y r other colors of 1556 Morgan St. was FILL OUT THIS COUPON
| Reason? All colors are Influenced -
: injured last Tuesday
I j by surrounding colors. FLORIDA STAR P.O. BOX 561 JACKSONVILLE 1. FLA.
fI Like people the result an be police reported.
X either bad. You
; good or shouldsee
Dowell told police he
: your color as it really Is-- J
alone. and his wife, Catherine
p For your mask Miss Dutri- I .
eux suggests white cardboard Dowell got in a fight IIUOR S FIRST NAME LAST NAME : >

CREAMY CHEESE FILLING with a l't'Ctangle or square cut and she stabbed him in .

-- {Makes about 2'j cups) in the center. It can be made the neck. He in turn, .
small enough to fit the purse. '
1"cup cottage cheese 1 teaspoon seasoned salt After "isolating" your color struck her on the right

Jt cup grated cheddar cheese 1 tablespoon ((1 envelope) here are two other professional arm. Both parties were I AID SS, STREET & NUMBER PHONE NO. ,.
pointers: (1) View your selec-
:*/4 cup mayonnaise unflavored gelatin tion in both natural and arti- taken to DMC by privatecar.

.|t cup undiluted % cup cold water ficial light (2) Remember that .
,Z' CARNATION EVAPORATED MILK y4 cup sliced ripe olives the shade you pick may look as The Send ay child 20 copies of the Florida Star on ,
much 25',: darker argument startedover I 1
aa after
.' 3| tablespoon lemon Juice % cup chopped celery get it on all four wall! you love letters Mrs. credit to start him in business. I will pay the

Vl teaspoon horseradish 1 tablespoon chopped plmlento Dowell Florida Star lIt for each copy he sells. Those ,
received froman
High LifeRecent that are not sold I will return and will not be
p Combine cheese, mayonnaise Carnation, lemon juice, horseradish balloon tests have revealed old boy friend police -
', and salt Soften gelatine in cold water. Dissolve over low heat Add that a family of bacteria said.Patrolmen. I required to pay. for unsold copies. ;
-Jo cheese mixture Chill about U hour or until mixture begins to already well-known on the 1
-thicken. Fold in remaining ingredients Spoon into peppers which ground also lives 10 miles up M. Newsoo and a

have had the seeds removed or tomatoes cut Into rosettes. Return to in the air, a U.s. scientist re- Freddie Mack investigated I

:the refrigerator and chill for 2 to 3 hours. Slice peppers to serve. ports. Now the question is: i i SIGNATURE OF PARE!! OR _GUARDIAN -
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, ./ TillotsoR f.Coed t J .. Voter Registration{ Planning Session{ Dr. Pearl Dmsfcy

Crowned Miss. UHCF
\ NEW Speaks In Nashville
I '. YORK Representing
Huston-Tillotson Collegeof
Austin Texas, Miss
Pearl Gore Dansky. assistant -
Sandra Jean Brown, Jr. ,
I professor of
was '
crowned. Miss
psychology at the. University -
National UNCF" by the
I National Alumni Council of Illinois, was

l of, the United Negro Col. the guest speaker here

lege Fund. for the Cameron High
,, 1.4 Miss Barbara
i Taylor, senior of Wiley School Honor Societies

J College Marshall, Texas observance of its 6th

I who was Miss National annual Inspiration Dayon

_ UNCF for 1962, crowned February 14. She was
w also be honored for her
her successor at the '
coronation dance, Saturday -i outstanding achievement.

f evening, Feb. 9, -i 'Te honored a graduateof

following an all-day our local rublic

conference and banquet 1 school system who has

i n New York City's thieved outstanding recognition -

Statler-Hilton Hotel daring our

The HustonTillotsoncoed annual InspirationDay '

won the honor as declared Mrs F.. C, Peed

her college reported the advisor Cameron Honor

highest rate of student Societies
____ .
support of the 1962 UNCF COORDINATORS---Aligning forces with local civic-social organizations, the Jax fice. Shown --u M >9M>BB>HMMHIIUHIBMHMB 9HKaHQBasHH Continuing, she said:

I Appeal among the 32 mem- Urban League will place its full resources behind an organized voters regis- Williams and from James left are: Al Kersey Emanuel Eaves V. S. Johnson, Mrs. A. "It is a program designed -

ber colleges. A campus- tration drive -which is being prepared for action in the very near future. Dr. Steeley the League's acting executive secretary. Persons to inspire our

elected Miss UNCF was V. W. Schell, (right) UL board chairman is shown discussing strategy with interested in participating in the program are requested to call the Urban students to achieve and
League EL 6-4292.
sent to the New York other executive members last week during the meeting held in the League's of- (Florida STAR Photo) to also provide an opportunity -

City Conference by 28 of for our stu-

the colleges to competefor Congratulations dents to come into per
the national title. R. V. Daniels Public Spiritedness'Etched Extravaganza'sProgram t sonal contact Kith persons

The annual coronation, .:" EWC Concert Choir Completed who have achieved."

ceremony marks the cul- ,.n, ;. :. ,;n \ ... A. Its Mark Throughout FloridaA Dr Pansby is the
mination of the effortsof ;ff a {*',t ;:; _a y"" >. To Sing Feb. 17th daughter of Presidentand
long ana useful career dedicated to the bet-
students on their respective W
: Mrs. George Gore
UNCF campuses : .iF terment of his fellowman was terminated here last Jr of Florida AAM University -

J to raise money for the 9 The Edward Waters Col- Saturday when R. V. Daniels, known throughout the in Tallahassee

nation-wide UNCF lege Chorus will sing at State for his religious-civic
cam- activities, died
i ; She received her bache-
paign. \ the 53rd anniversary following a brief illness in a local hospital.
J Miss Brown's hometown observance of Scoutingin ... or's degree from
is Birmingham, Alabama.I America and the third * Tennessee state Uni-

I ItiI County Council of PTA's, rjT versity, and Raster's
i anniversary of the
member of the Committeeof degree and doctor of
Cherokee District'sradio
ROTC Chief; program which 50 Precinct and Committeemanof 7H. philosophy degree from
Ohio State University
will be held at Mt.
He leaves to
Ararat Baptist Church Mrs. Louise Daniels,
Sunday February 17 at f
4 widow; three sons, Poo-
-- Major
3:30 p.m.State sevelt V. Jr. Henry R. ,
\ Charles C. Bourquardez, : Flu Shots UrgedAs
Senator John
E. and
chief, ROTC Branch, Reserve Anthony V. Daniels;
I Mathewd will be the five daughters, Mrs. MRS C/LLIF JACKSON
Components Divi- Influenza
speaker for the joint Omeria A. Frison, city; Drops
sion, G-3 Section, Third
celebration.One Mrs. Jean R. Williamsand Operating committeesof
United States Army, re-
of the features of Mrs. Rose LaJoyce Trichologists Beauticians Influenza cases in
cently visited the
Florida MM University" the,program will be the Marshall, both of Chicago Local No. 38 have Florida took a sudden

ROTC unit on a routine history of the scouting ; Miss Gloria L. completed plans for the and dramatic drop in
Daniels, Tuskegee Ala. organization's January compared with
in Jackson-
staff visit. As this was program Final rites for the .
and Miss Eleanor Daniels Annual Mid-Year January last the
ville. This informative, Hair year
I the first time that mourned leader will be
city; sisters Mrs. Anna Style Extravangza' State Board of Health
I and
Major Bourquardez had interesting and valuable held Saturday at 1 p.m.i .
Wilson of Metuchen, N.J. dance I said today.
I visited FAMU his visit history will be given by n Second Baptist scheduled for 9
and Mrs. Alonia Travis. Pr Charles M Waters,
served the dual purpose Joe H. James Jr., who is Church. Pev. J.C. Sams, p.m. Saturday night in
.J CONGRATULATIONS---Lt. Cal. Albert J. Newark, N.J. ; 15 grand- Puval County Armory. hoard epidemiologist,
of orientation and co- an ardent scouter. pastor officiating.Mr.
ordination. Lt. Col. Parker (left) professor of military Scout songs by the Daniels was born fn children, a number of Mrs. Callie Jackson.founder.presl'dent said that while Public

science at Florida A. and M. University, Marianna and had resided nephews and nieces and announced Health Service officialsin
Albert J. Parker, professor troops and cubs will
:. .congratulates a member of his staff here for some 45 years. numerous other grieving Washington are reported -
;bT; mll1tfL1';! scf- also be featured.
ence at A&M. introduced "l t Major Jesse Johnson, upon his recent pro- 0 f'f i cur 'of' .the He was a devoted memberof relatives and friends. A bevy of attractive only 509 cases

Major Bourquardez to his motion. Major Johnson is assistant pro- Cherokee Division who Second Baptist Church Holmes and West Funeral models, assisted by the for the first four week

staff and conducted him fessor of military science. will be present to For the past 30 years, Home in charge. organization's member- of this year comparedwith

he had been. employed by beauticians, will fea- 3,864 cases for the
tour of
an inspection
on meet and greet the pub-
I the facilities and Schedule I Set the Atlantic and PacificTea Calvacade l Sings ture the varied hairdo similar period in 1962.
lic Chairman
are: J. C.
I classes in session. TALLAHASSEE The 13th Airman PromotedFORBES Co. and in addition, displays and demonstra- The board urged citi-
Downing, Vice Chairman
annual Florida A&M University had carried on a successful Sunday At tions highlighting the zens to get flu shots
Charles L. Williams,
latest in the world of
InterscholasticPress private enter- "and this could pos-
* Workshop will beFebruary AFB, Kan.--- Vice Chairman GeorgeA. prise. Walker MemorialThe milady's coiffure. sibly be a factor in the
John H. Taylor of Miami, Mackey, Vice Chair-
.. lle d,, 8-March His community affilia- Hancing will round out presently reduced cases
.-. ,. ... f, Fla., has been promoted,, man Rev.J.P.Williams. Calvacade Singers the "
..2 .w. ,,. ... .... '* M h< tions included member- evening's entertainment reported Dr. Waters
to: airman first classi Vice Chairman Leander ship op the James Wel- will present a concert said.rmmMm .

TASTE WHAT'S HAPPENED TO lEMOJUNB L1ME1' the United States J.Shaw District Com- don Johnson Branch Sunday beginning at 7:30 L
missioner Theodore R. o'clock in Walker Memorial -
Air Force. YMCA's board of management 1t
Rutherford, and the of AMF Zion Church 6 '
Airman Taylor is assigned vice president

r to the 55th Chief Executive of the the Florida State Con- Fev. P.L. Pagers host I WAS BORN WITH A STRANGE WISDOM 4 L\J1I\ 9 t

Armament and Elec- District Robert A. gress of Colored Parents pastor. t I HAVE GOD-GIVEN POWER r
GO The nearly 100voiceunit .3
tronics Maintenance Sewell. and Teachers, former TO HEAL BY PRAYER! ,,' a r

Teem Squadron here as an president of the Duval Prof.will C. Clifford be directed Davisa by t e t-m 60' V) 13 t

administrative special- No matter what your Hope, Fear or. crYt
State Primitive Baptist Association nd will feature
ist. He entered the Problem may be--if you need help v 26'l;-

service in June 1960.A spirituals classical, t to overcome Bad Luck, Spells or S t
every Holds 69th Session Mar. 20-24 In MiamiMIAMI semi classical and num- v or
graduate of G. W. Evil Influences; you had Bad Luck p \;
bers composed by Prof. a
TEEM Carver High school, the about business in Bad Y
are 1
tingling The 62nd annual session of the Florida Davis. The public is in- t you 56 t
airman is the son of V Health? I It
State Primitive Baptist Convention has been officially vited.
time Mrs. Eunice H. Taylorof called to meet here at Israel Bethel Primitive SATISFACTION! OJARJNTEFD TO HELP WU A
I IPUI II 6181 SW 64th Ter. Appointee t I Will Read Your Entire Life, Tell Your Past,
I Baptist Church. March 20-24. Reverend P.D. ,
S SQ GOOD Future! SISTER MARIE Will Give You
I Brantley the host pastor, says that all thingsare
ready. President H.G. Miles, who is acting- TAMPA lirs. Mamie L. Lucky Days and Your Lucky Numbers. t

It of students at Florida A&M University, is Mike, retired school t OPE* 7 A.M. TO 10 P.M. ALSO SUNOtfS

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the Program of the o =
he said. by Rev. A.
Church. All sermons,
The president pointedout Leon Lowry, state presi-

gUPERMRAKETS addresses will and point Bible expositions toward -- responsible that every for: church sendinga is dent.Other Florida chairmen B A JKETB AIL CIRCUJf

this theme. delegate to the con- named were Rev. E. C. 7fJ S '*M *-
"All boards are requested vention. In instances Tillman church com- 1
to meet Tuesday. IIIIMiDBillTTERS
where a delegate is not mittee; Rev. J.H. Adams
March 19. so that they sent, the church is to
education; Rev. E.D.
fRESH' may have their reports register for one by paying -
CHUCK Lewis and Rutledge
29C ready for the convention
the delegate's fee
Pearson, co-chairmen,
39C Tuesday at 6:00 P.O. the which is $3.00. membership. U14 i : low
PORK cabinet will meet at the
All elders
IbROAST church. and
; delegates are urged to

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SPORTING IT UP ..:: y i tin" .Dominating i Role I Alabama Clergymen Kennedy Press Aide At t A & T CollegeKENNEDY First Negro

Opposed Statements

BY C. PARHAM JQHNSSM 9 IWI'i1c > .... .,;"< <. Hold City OfficeLOS )

Eleven ranking clergymenhave ,
cautioned Alabanans
pennant winning Jacksonville Suns? If you have against "inflammatoryand modern Horatio Alger in

not then avail yourself of the opportunity. The true life form came to
rebellious" state-
club not only has one of. the finest owners, but. ments opposing possible F pass here this week.

one of the most congenial and easiest to approach y'j school desegregation.The Gilbert W. Lindsay, a

men in baseball. In bringing the inter- appeal for modera- 62-year old Negro becaae

national League's Triple A team to the city it tion followed a defiant the first member of his
marked the beginning of big time baseball in inaugural address of race ever to hold a post

Jacksonville. His name is Roberto Meduro Sr. Gov. George Wallace to a on the local city

NOT ONLY IS ROBERTO MEDURO INTERESTED in build- cheering throng in Montgomery council
ing strong pennant winning contenders but he is pledging that he Lindsay, who 34yearsago

equally as interested in building youth.He is would maintain segrega- first went to work

willing and ready at all times to give a helping tion. scrubbing floors in city

hand to the building of strong youth organiza- Joining in the clergy- hall, has--for'the past

tions. Right now he is looking forward to two 4si men's statement were { Mr 10 years--been a field

main Issues and they are the attendance and a- ". f Catholic Auxiliary Bish- deputy for County: Supervisor -

nother championship team. The very first year he op Joseph A. Durick of Kenneth Hahn.

won the attendance trophy and the pennant. It + i w Mobile-Birmingham. Episcopal Lindsay was .appointed

couldn have happened to a better fellow. srr Bishop C.C.J. Car- to fill the unexpiredterm

WITHIN THE VERY NEAR FUTURE baseball playersall penter of Alabama. Episcopal of Edward Roybalwho

over the nation will begin preparations to "' .., ........ 4b / \ Coadjutor Bishop was elected to congress -

head for the various training camps. Many of the .;... AZh:1t."'.p.: .af George M. Murray of Ala- last fall.
bama Methodist Bishops According to Councilman
youngsters who grew up around playgrounds of the AGGIE FORM---Robert Saunders 52.basket
Nolan B. Harmon of the '
Lindsay, 'only in
cities and the wide open spaces in the rural ball guard for the A. and T. College Ag-
North Alabama Conferenceand PRESS AIDE Andrew T. Hatcher, America could one rise
districts where the the
cow pastures are only gies gracefully buckets a layup againstthe
Paul Hardin of the left, Washington, D. C. associate rise from the
press very
parks they know about also will be packing St. Augustine s College Falcons in a
Alabama-West Florida secretary for President John F. Kennedy, bottom. to the governingbody
their bags.
CIAA game played in Greensboro last week.
Conference; two rabbis, who spoke at A. and T. College last week, of a great n-etro-
OF THE YOUNG HOPEFULS reporting to train- At center is Bill Woodly (32) of St
ing camps will be former high school collegeand Augustine's, and in foreground is Hugh a Baptist, a Presby- is greeted by Dr. L.C. Dowdy, center, act (:011 tan city. "
terian, a Greek Orthodoxand ing president, and Dr. Warmoth T. Gibbs
semi-pro players who looked mighty good on
Evans, Aggie captain. A. and T. won the
Churchesof **
a Christian right, president-emeritus. * *
their various teams. They will report with great
ball game by the whopping margin, 8947.I Alabama official.
potentials and determination, but the one thing

that forever stares them in the face is moving Collegiate UN Bill Russell Sam JonesTo Defense Fund Hafl Science Foundidation i Grant I

the Gene veterans Freese, out Frank of Robinson their positions., Gordy Coleman Who can Hank move Council Meets Set; To Break Join LA Received DonationNEW Awarded Florida A & M University 3

Aaron Elston Howard and the rest of the veteranswho At t GJC Feb. 23rd At Spring CampLOS TALLAHASSEE---Florida A, and M. University has
have played major'roles in their team's MarkIn YORK---The NAACP
pro- Schayes
ANGELES veteran been awarded a $27,300 grant by the National
gress? Now don't misunderstand. It has been done, Legal Defense and
ST: PETERSBURG Gibbs righthander Sam Jones who Science Foundation for sponsorship of a tamer
but the rookie had to wait for his chance to Junior College has been Rebounding pitched for Manager Bill Educational Fund received institute in mathematics for elementary school

arrive.IT selected as the site for this week a The institute will 24-
BOSTON AS of Feb. 9, Rigney when the latter personnel. [ beheld June
HAS BEEN SAID THAT ONE of the hardest jobsis the annual state con- Celtics' star center managed the Giants, will $3,000< donation from the August 3. .

for a manager to watch a young hopeful out ference of the Colle- Bill Russell needs only Join, the Los Angeles Prince Hall MasonicSh The award was made to ture. the director said:

there running, catching balls and taking his cut giate Council of the j 138 grabs to break Dolph Angels when they go into riners.The the university through 'We hope to bring a

in batting practice and giving it all he has to United Nations, it was Schayes of Syracuse all- spring training this check, presentedto the department of snlected group of elementary -

make good and then tell the young hopeful, "I learned this week. time rebound total to month at Palm Springs DirectorCounselJack mathematics. bended by school personnel

am sorry my boy, you have everything it takes to Mac James Williams, set another National Calif. Greenberg and Associate Dr. Isreal Glover. Dr. teachers, supervisors,

make good, but you need a little more experience chairman C.C.U.N. of group the and state a Basketball Association Jones now a free agent Counsel Con- Glover will direct the and principals up-to-

before you can make the varsity squad. Go back student at Gibbs Junior record. following his outright stance Baker Motley in institute. Earlier this date mathematically, so

'to your team and make another try next year." College, disclosed this Schayes' all-time mark release during the '62 the Fund offices in New month, the NSF awardedan that they will be able

WELL THE JACKSONVILLE SUNS will be those York, represented the All,OOO grant to Or.
among week that an invitationby stands at 10,980 but season's end from the to act as pilot teachersin

who will be making preparations to assemble in Gibbs JC,to have- the both Russell and Bob Detroit Tigers, is the annual Shriner contribu- Margaret S. Collins of their respective

Ariz na. It is hoped that a certain player who February 23rd meetinghas Petit of the St. Louis seventh non-roster pit- tion to the NAACP Legal the FAliU department of schools and school sys-

kept the ball over the fence, up against the been accepted. Hawks are certain to cher to be invited to research Department. biology.The teas for in-service

fence and all over the park will pull out of that Williams, also Presi- move ahead of Schayes the Angels spring train- Charles A. Dargan, Na- objectives of the training in modern

Jacksonville slump and actually get in there and dent of' the Gibbs Stu- before the current sea- ing camp General Mana- tional Director of the institute are to develor athematics.

produce. One fine thing about the whole matter is dent Council. was son runs its course. ger Fred Haney announced. Prince Hall legal fund the ability to teach

that the fans did not protest too much about pleased with the insti- Russell has collected Others included in the drive in presentingthe arithmetic as a rational Gibbs Students

his failure to produce. If Ben Geraghty was will- tution's action' sincehe 10,822 rebounds and can Angels' invitations are check, said "we process and as a systemof
has been energetically Bob Art Fowler, Return To Class
ing to go through with it, it was good enoughfor eclipse the present mark are fully cognizant of, thinking; to develop
us. pushing the C.C.U.N. if he maintains his 23.8 l Ramon Herandez, Bob and vigorously applaudthe the ability to teach ST. PETER URG With
program from the campus. Bill Saunders
THE ONLY THING THAT SEEMS to bother the master retrieves per contest. Leopold tremendous battle arithmetic as meaningful registration over, full
The session is ,
one day 'and Fd Thomas The catchers mathematics
strategist the Jacksonville Suns Manager Ben expected to draw 'representatives Petit, with -10 651 will being waged in the area rather 'than"as academic activities

Geraghty is that he is deeply concerned about a from Gibbs require more time to replace -[ are Tim Faris and of first-class citizen- a process of mechanical were resumed at Gibbs

shortstop. Manager Geraghty believes he will be JC, St., Petersburg JC, Pussell as runner- Jack Hiatt. Duncan Camp- ship for all. We pledge learning; to Junior College last
bell is the only in- develop the ability to
all set for the 1963 season if he can find a replacement Florida Presbyterian up in this all-important ourselves to even week

for Tony Martinez. Well there is one College, the Universityof department. fielder among the invitees greater support of the teach or reteach, as the Registrar Miss Esther

thing sure and certain, the fans must go along Florida, Florida leaders of this fine case may be, the flows', Harris reported that

with him in that because Martinez was terrific State University, and. Pabst Slates No Green Cheese? organization, of whichwe or skills of the sub- more than 700 students

Jacksonville University.Two Most scientists believe the ject through its registered for the
shortstop. While playing here, he certainly gave are part and par
other colleges Telecast t Of f smooth areas on the moon are 'whys or meanings; second semester with
people something to remember him by. The outlook made,of lava, or dust. cel. 50
University of Miami and and to develop the
of the enrollees
for another winner is bright. .. .. .
Florida Southern arje, expected Braves Games \ ability to instiircor-> 'studentsBooks
THE SUNS WILL BE TRAINING in far away Arizonaand
to become financially Yes We All Talk rect concepts of mathematics on registrationwill
the Florida fans will not have an opportunityto = ,
active and may entities in
see them until they get back to their home Findham, of close this week,
have representatives at Satisfaction StepBy harmony with contem-
base. This is a fine time however to start think- Pabst Brewing Corpany. afterwhlch Miss Harris
the meeting. Marcus H BoulwareLast porary mathematical
ing about the opening night's attendance trophy. Helping Williams to and George Conte, vice thinking. expects about 740

Jacksonville is noted for the support of its plan for the meetingwere rresident pnd general week I discussed the need step of a speech Speaking of the insti- students on the record

teams and the opening night will be another one Francis Wiget manager of Journal sta- This week I shall discuss the satisfaction__ step booksROYAL

at Sun Valley. It is only a short time now before president of the St. tions, today announced of a speech to inform

all teams will be pulling out. Petersburg Steve Corboy A.A.U.N regional Jointly that the brewingfirm ,,i. The main purpose of this step is to give the a ART STUDIO

will co-sponsor the audience information which it needs to know
director of the C.C.U.N.and .
* * Milwaukee Braves on Generally this step is .developed-by includinga i 515 DAVIS STREET
L-0. Harper, faculty
television for the 1963 ( ) an Initial or preliminary summary (b) main
sponsor of the Gibbs JC Order Now at Retficetf Prices
season on behalf of point or points, and (c) a final summary of the
C.C.U.N. Several students Blatz, beer. main points ,.. Photo Cards
ILL from Gibbs were
The telecast schedule In the initial summary the speaker tells the Indmdnals Fail) Clasps
also present.
F will cover 26 Braves listeners That ideas he expects to develop: ihile Clubs .
You Seek The Best Doctor Fined For Fighting games, five of them at in the final summary, he summarizes!: the main ideas
When Your Doctor Prescribes County Stadium. This -- Black & White Color
that have been discussed Thus, as the story
Get Experienced Pharmacists AU 4TORN, Pa. A $25 will nark the first time goes, the speaker ells 'em what he's gwine to Sepia T o.e i:

'r ..According to Your Doctor' fine was slapped onAllentown' that regular Braves hone tell 'en then he tells .ED. and finally he tells

Orders. We Use Only The s Andy Johnsonby gates will be made avai fern mat he has done told 'em Quality Photographs
Dr. C. E. Black > Eastern Basketball la'le to Milwaukee view- Churches Weddings Socials
Best Quality DrugsProprietor
If'a speaker follows this procedure, more than
League President Harry ers since the penant likely his talk will ,be one of unity, coherence, Dial EL 4-1894
Rudolph last week for winning National league
punching Scranton's Bill team moved to Milwauleefrom
A READERS: The writer of this column will prepare
COMPLETE LINE OF Spivey in the nose du Boston in 1953.
speeches upon request. For my parliamentary law
Cosmetics Rubber Goods Candies Sundries ring a game here two Most of the telecastswill
chart send fifty cents to Dr MH BoulwareBox
PRESCRIPTIONS CALLED FOR AND weeks ago. be of weekend games
DELIVERED t 310-A. Florida A&M thi versi ty. Tallahassee FlaJOE
leading off with an exhibition -
Boxing Cbiefs Meet ::

Lilly's Drug Store Baltimore game Orioles with the In. Baseball Camp Opens

MFXICO CITY -- The MiPBi, Florida on Rmday.
first .meeting of the March 3l5t.
world Boxing Associa- The announcing tear for Spud Chandler baseball
1901 KINGS RiAB EL 3-827P the telecasts will be tryout camp opened here ,.
opened here last
of Jake Walden'
Feb. 15 and. will con-
Sunday with delegates and Bleine Walsh of the
tinue through the 28th.
from the Phillipines and i'
\!'DUT8IlIlDW1c1ng staffRot
Mexico leading the effort Chandler former n.y. _
pen pre widely
Yankees star hurler will
"DSHERS t I P to bring the New known sportscasters with the
SkintonaI brk State Boxing Com- a large sports fan following supervise camp.
aission and the' Europeanand Players may
British write to Spud Chandler
Boxing In announcing his con- ,
P.O. Box
Federations into the Tryout Camp,
J world association. pany's co-sponsorship 909. West Palm Beach or
ter. Mr. trlndham said : phone 683-3600 in VPB.

"There has been
a V

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brighter. viewing audience for an ( ORDER
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of Cincinnati telecasts.
p star Paul Hogue, playinghis
sKin The initial Braves game
first year as center
telecasts last year V. CHOICETO -
for the New
York Knickerbockers -
showed a large and iIkmt
mar I1mMi b.. underwent LL ASH!
f growing interest in this WRITE: HISTORY -
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MALICIOUSWOODS 1963 schedule, history of the.Florida bWI[ !

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; Jixon Mitchell's Filth Campy Eligible i I Florida Normal
On Tournament TrailsMRS. Clay, Sonny eRM.

Mid reams CoMt Tr r e For Cooperstown Ends Gibbs Skein

In Blastoff
I MIAMI Most caddies dream of being big-time pros ST. PETERSBURG It Gain 3 Wilts

on the glamorous tournament circuit. NEW YORK Baseball's took a senior collegeto

t Ray Mitchell had a Tournament was born. arm-chair experts believe do it1! After win- At 'Work-Out' BY FAPL S. CLANTON III

dream, too. His dream The First winners that that since he is ning 15 consecutive .

was to run a big-time year were: Zeke Hart- now eligible for nomina- games, including 11 NASHVILLF coed Ha-

tournament. But, like field, in the pro divi- tics Roy Campanella hasa A# F> straight this season, rold Hunter's big three-

i most caddies Ray was sion; Richard Gardner good chance this year the Gibbs Junior College Ron. Smith Bobby Ed-

broke. That dream seemed amateur class and Myrtle of Joining Jackie Robin- r Cobras took on aau-sized monds and the little

so far Patterson, woman's ama- son in Baseball's Hall Florida Normal Senior colonel. Bill Bradley

Ray grew into man- teur flight.Fncouraged. of Fame in Cooperstown College in St. Augustine a paced Tennessee State

hood, the dream per by the suc- N,Y. Friday night and fell hardwood aces over Villa

sisted. He had left the cess of the first When the 160-nember our of the 'Lions' den, Madonna 88-76 for their

golf links of Jackson- tournament, Pay decidedto panel--if they should-- mauled 98-87. 20th victory 24 tilts

ville, Florida, his home hold his next contestin scan Campy's record, 4. The Lions, bidding for last Saturday night in

town, and made his way Miami. More problemsarose. they will find that the stardom in the SEAC. Kean's Little Garden.

to New York City. He No one believedhe star Brooklyn Dodgers' were the last to defeat The jet assisted'Big

saved his money 'and could get a public catcher won the National the Cobras They did It CHAMP LISTON Blues picked up two

talked to people about course for four or five League's most valuable last year 96-80 and .He's Willing other wins last reek by
Buildup Is On
his dream, but received days for his tournament player award three times after two years it ap- trouncing Gannon five

little encouragement. during the peak of the Pay lasted 10 seasons MAXINE AEARS of 1754 Campus St. one peats that the seriesof MIAMI -- THEY might 75-56 and the AMI Jawaco
tourist However with the Brooklyn Dod- have waited until the Saints 92-89 on Wednesday -
Despite the skepticismof season. of the nation's outstanding amateur women these two powerful

many Pay was still the Mayor of Miami and gers and his 242 homers golfers, hit the tournament trails this teams is at a Texican early April Liston- end Friday nights ;:t
his Commissioners comprises an all-time Patterson comes off home. The big week
convinced it could be week when she left Wednesday for the stand-off. The seriesis
done. He worked hard and granted permission for record among National three-day men's and women's now 2-2 for each. here, but since it wasa earned the Huntermen a
tourney which
buttonholed who use of the course and League catchers. most opportune time three-day rest.
anyone Prior to this amen no
started Thursday in Tampa. From there
would listen to his the tournament was givena Other active better- will enter the four-day annual Ray Mitchell, she opponent had shot more champ sonny Liston and "I'm letting the boys

new lease on life. than-average players courageous Cassius Clay off until Tuesday night'
plans. Finally, after North-South Golf Tournament which startson than 34 field goals against -
many years of pursuinghis Ttthers who encouragedme with chances of making the Cobras. definitely got the jumpon Coach Hunter revealed
the 18th in Miami. The winner of numerous -
dream, he managed to included Sammy Davis the Hall of Fame after Florida Normal dumpedin their publicity men after Saturday night'sgame.
top awards in contests around the
get 65 golfers to agree Jr. Roy Campanella, they retire are Willie 40 and aided their here last Saturday. Or "We have played
nation Mrs. Mears is shown the
to play in his first Billy Eckstein Joe Mays, Giants; Ernie holding cause with 18 free did they? 24 games already and

contest in 1954.The Louis, Nat King Cole, Banks Cubs; Frank Po- runnerup trophy won last December during throws. As reports from the that is as many as most
the 6th annual Florida State Golf
North-South Negro Golf Jackie Pobinson and many binson Cincinnati The Lions had 8 trio here stated, Clay who colleges play in a sea-
ment in Tampa. Mrs. Mears lost the cham- "
many other wonderful Hammerin' Hank Aaron of 20 was working out for his son.
point performers
people. .Milwaukee and Maury (I pionship by one stroke. Ray Mitchell and led by John Singleton's Feb. 23 bout in Madison Tennessee begins a

GtM laker On Monday, Feb. 18, just can't help steal- Roy Gardner--official scorer-are both 29 and followed by Square Garden with Doug tough major college

Inked By Bucs when the first of some ing) Wills of the LA former Jaxons. (Florida STAR Photo) Pobert Perry's 28, and Jones suddenly spied swing up east February 9

300 golfers tee off ln Dodgers. Louis Jenkins' 22. Liston who had dropped and sandwich in a gare

As '63 Coach the first round of play, Frank Robinson The Cobras had a quin- on the Louisville Lip's against Creighton University -

Fay Mitchell the ex- Clark Collects Signs For $60.000 Famed Gridstar tet of double figure workout at Fifth Rt. in the Chicago

caddy will smile with scorers with freshman Gym. Stadium on Feb 13 Of

satisfaction. His dream Ninth Win In Peace Corps Curtis Bankston leading Reportedly grabbing his their seven remaining
games, the Big Blues
has been realized. with 19.Pobert Williams gear and rushing from
iiir ATLANTA The Clark the ring. Clay Is said only have one on its
Louis Steward, Pay Adams
GfF.FN B0F0 N.C. One
Highflying AggiesHit College Panthers rolledon CJS of the all-time great and John Mayes scored y home court.
Villa Madonna paced by
to theft ninth .
con- quarterbacks in the Atlantic 17, 16, 14 and 13 points
Scoring Spreewin ference win KY the 33 barrage of Dave
Saturday as Coast Conference respectively.

Pat rGPEFNSBORO they squeezed by fort will appear at A&T College Florida Normal, with t, Fnwerich led the Tigers

Valley State 62-54. Jenkins scoring all 22 first 13 minutes of the
this week in
N.c. The
The SIAP leaders in the game.
were of his points
A&T College Aggies went another role.
without their coach for first half shot its way "Their set offensegave
scoring Norman Sneed the out-
on a rampage little trouble
the contest and had 66-53 half-time us a
to to
last week to blast the P standing Quarterback for
because it is designedfor
I fight off determinedbid and came on strong
a score
GENE Rhaw University Bears, Wake Fbrest College and "
BAKER by the wildcats whom with free throws In the the close shot.
and the st.Augustine's who does the signal
.Promoted 1 110-77 now
they had defeated 110-64 second half to tally i .....:tlt Hunter explained. "Fvery
and for
College calling throwing
earlier in the the victory. CASSIUS CLAY time we would adjust
Falcons, 89-47 in CIAA season. the Washington Pedskins
PITTSBURGH. Pa. -- Clark Coach L. S. Fpps Gibbs junior College . So' sHe they (Villa Modonna)
Former Chicago Cubs and basketball games played will spend the full day the
change pat-
wns forced to forgo the FRANK POBINSON will try to maintain its to have yelled. "Get
Pittsburgh here at the Charles of Vednesday. February
Pirates in-
trip because of illness. Junior college streak by him out of here. That tern. But we got our
fielder Gene Baker Moore Gymnasium. CINCINNATI A hike in 13. at fAT College. fast break working and
Now rated the favorite playing Johnson Junior bum is spying on me."
reached Bother J Aphis. Jumping off to an early salary can evidently mead, who reached his *' that was the dif-
to win the Southern College of Leesburg on Liston is then said to
baseball career when he 182 lead against the Intercollegiate Athletic change many 'minds. hlch peak last season in returning February 23rd find 26th. have thundered. 'Spy ference. Hunter concluded -

was signed as a coach Bears, A&T continued the was the case of top Cin- the *skins to the .
Association visitation They plan to play ing What have I got to
by ,the National Lea- scoring fireworks remi- cinnati Peds' outfielder winning in the National freshmen The Saints kept the
ch the Stillman College spy on you for? You'reno
rionshir, Clar-
gue's Pirates for the niscent of the days when Frank Pobinson whose annual Fbotball League, will be Tuscaloosa. Alabama pressure OR the Rig
kites have four fighter. You oughtto
'63 season. 'Al Attles and Jce Howell remaining all games salary was raisedto here "throwing" for this month also. be arrested for impersonating Blues during the first

Baker, the second Negro roamed the same hard- againstt an impressive $60,000 the U.S. Peace Corps. He ten minutes by knottingthe

coach In major lea- woods.In jrjns they defeated here last week. will be interested in a fighter. score four time with
earlier in the Rattlers Set Liston is then said to
gue history--the first the fateful first Robinson who announced recruiting specialists, the lead changing hands
The have offered Clay $100 a
was Buck O'Neal who was half, the Bears were "Cliffhanging"finish toward the tail end of prospective graduates in I i Practice twice in Friday' tilt.
against ,Spring round to spar with him
signed with the, chicago cold taking their shots, Fort the 1962 season that it the June graduating '
Valley marked the third as he trains for his
Cubs last year, ended, 'many, of which were far might be his last In class, for overseas
time ScheduleAccent April 4 defense against -
his playing career in off range. In the mean- this season the organized baseball, was volunteer work.

June, 1961 with the Pirates time, Jim Jackson and Clarkites have come the second best batterin Fnead' program during On Prsslng.TALLAH'ASFT Patterson." NIW I I.OTUIOX\
and was named Irving Mulcare. Aggie through in the final the National League the day' will bp con- "Spar Clay said

manager of the Pirates standouts, were doing n-inutes for to rescue a vic- with a .342 batting ducted by Hardy Liston, *&M University's- Florida Pat- you we'll get fight in the for ring free and Dr. .Alvin\ II. (Gross

Batavia N.Y. team of major damage wiping tory themselves. average. associate professor of "
tiers will pass more in right now! .
the Class D. New York- away rebounds with Their most spectacular Vada Pinson, Pobinson's mechanicel engineeringand fI'ii)uGT1iisr;
63, declared bead coach Cooler heads were said
Pennsylvania League. finish cane against partner in the outfield who liaison
methodical regularityand serves as -
Jake Gaither after mid to have broken up the'
Available records show the same pair was orris Brown when theypurped also inked his 63 con- officer for the
winter training here Impending hassle while 91') 1).1is 5t(.
Baker being the second in five points in tract for estimated ?.
down floor to do the ma- an Peace Corps on the &T last week. others went to the aid
Negro to a team of the 11 seconds to emerge between $25.000 and
manage. jor portion campus The Tattlers opened the of Promoter Chris Dundee 356-4024
in ball the with a 59-58 conQuest of 30000.
organized shooting.By .
their 20-day training prorram who hopes to match the

first' being Nate More- halftime, A&T had rivals.neighborhood Athletes Of The Year on February 4 while two men next 'eh
land who bossed team
a more than doubled the Coach Gaither was attending -
in the ArizonaMexicoLeague Florida A and M. and
score leading at 53-24, a meeting in
several seasons and from then the final South Carolina State remain Miami Porty-eight

the two ,.
biggest ob- t
ago. outcome was never thequestion. r?t players, including 27

Baker, who had eight stacles in the path to lettermen, are out for

years of active playingas Earlier, the Aggies the visitation champion- the four- ays-e-week

a big leaguer had a walloped the St. Augus ship. Clark swamped both. sessions held on Mon
of these teams earlierin
lifetime batting averageof tine's basketeers 89-47 days, Tuesdays Wednes-
the out-
.t265. Last season' he Jackson, topped all days and Fridays
scoring Florida A&M by s
player-coach for thePirates'
was scorers with 29points.The ''we intend to bring in
convincing 22 points.
Columbus Club
Falcons led In the
around 17 ro 19 freshmento
scheduled to
They were
of the International opening at 3-0. but two fill the vacanciesleft
eet the rattlers againon
League. straight layups, by '"ebraury 4 and South t by the 17 lettermen

Baker has been with the Jackson put his team Carolina February 11. lost from the '62 squad

Pirates since May 1. outfront and the lead on he said. Coach Gaither

1957 when he was traded widened as the game pro- limits his squad to 65

from the Cubs. gressed.INDEPENDENT .
Manila Wills
Continuing he said:

OIL CO. 1'e don't intend to

KEROSENE HOME DELIVERY Award P.pslSeliolarslllJls put in any new plays for

the fall now We will
use acre reverses thin
Ike Joseph ---------------------- proprietor
year than we have used
State and Jefferson
Streets ----- EL 6-9432
recently. We' 11 devote
NEW YOPK -- Mickey
i .
Mantle NY Yankees, and this training period to

'*Tou Don t Have to Go to Town to Get Maury Wills LA Dodgers, DAVE ROBINSON Penn State* s 1962 All-Amerlcan end passing, working on our
h ,
have designated Commerce and Mickey Mantle of the New York Yankees, show reverses, and looking

(Okla.) High School, andinstonSalem their awards presented to then by the Philadelphia for replacements for the

: LOW PRICES (NC) Sports Writers Association during the men lost from the '62

I Teachers College respectively annual dinner recently at Hotel Sheraton. team. "
<*'Y "their" When Delilah Gave Samson That FMWIS
choice to receive
Fair Dodgers. Ink Pacts HAIRCUT
DIUG STOlE NEEDS $500.00 scholarships donated 10-35-11 : -.

I Trade With Your Neighborhood Drug Store by Pepsi-Cola in "their" LOS ANGELES- pitchers the coming season which 462-12- .;"ii She Opened Up a WHit '

WE WILL MEET Alrf PRICES ADV. IN YOUR LOCAL PAPERS Commerce high School Sandy oufax, and Johnny will Include a raise :

We Deliver-We Also Pill .All Doctors'Prescriptions and winston-Salea College Pondres and infielders around $6.000.Pondres 5 > 1 HEW FIELD FOR WOMEN

will be solely responsible Jim Gilliam and Don 7im- who got off 9 4

Dixie Pharmacy to adainister mer have all signed 1963 to a slow start last o 6

the award based on stu- Los Angeles Dodgers contracts year but ended with a JacksonvilleCollee

dent peed.Pepsicola. General ManagerE.J. 15-13 record got an 38-44-25

r 1312 Kins KN at Mirtle Areui cited Mantle (Buzzie) Bavasi announced estimated $30.000 that 567 82 954

and wills in honor of Saturday. included a raise of a- Barber Inc.

ri Pies El 3-5597-98 their selection as The Iou fax, who was side- round $1.000. Gilliaa 6a mr .r a qa.mwm.a
i M'. ....
---- Sporting News Player of lined by an injured is believed to have Be ad&.. _abtran 6. I. Approved 180% Air CII4.

fHjm LIf t WATER All TELEFI8HE The Year' in the American finger during the final signed for $26,000 included Be ___ 1& aimm .
months of the 1962 nominal 630 DAVIS ST.
and National baseball two a raise gAI3027 at Beaver

IILLS AT m SURE leagues. season, received an while Ziccer. obtained .
estimated $32.000 for about $18. 000. -..


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National Official Kicks Off Annual Drive Bank H u!dii| Gospel Program Participants

.: CA t9GMbrnhershibE: rJt1ffiienIfl Try Fills .. kba I ITO

.. .',, WEST PALM BEACH---
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',, Arnold Leon Worthy, a
: ?e
t: : "; ..' '" 23-year old Negro dish-
; : ; ;
:'t< :,. ,.,,_ ," t, "", washer, was charged with
; armed robbery after an

< t.i s 4 rsx aborted attempt to rob a
B i. i tank here..
.. : '; :', t .rw v4Ir Waiving preliminary
N hearing, he bound
I t' v. ,,<, was
over under $10,000 bond
;" ,, ',-.;;xJ. -- ,. to Miami federal court. i

'. -, /''../....-,.", '?/.'";; According to police, a
'f 'f' : : bandit dressed in wads
clothes walked into Atlantic .j.4
F National Bank and!
handed a woman teller a
note ordering her to

fill a paper bag with
notes of various denominations -
!izk : warning the
teller that a bomb wouldgo SING SUNDAY NIGHT---The B.S.A. Singers will present gospel program beginning -
off if the order was at 8 p.m. Sunday in Ephesus Baptist Church 32nd and Stafford Rev.
S.W. Bell, pastor. Program sponsors are the Jax Muhas>med MovEment and Minister
not complied with.
Theodore X will be the guest speaker. Other groups will also be featured. On
Tipping off A silent
X4t Feb. 24, Mrs. Willie W. Bryant will sponsor the group in a recital at 3 p. a. ,
alarm by the teller
M in Good Shepherd Baptist Church 1722 W. :nth:! St., Rev. R. V. Gibbons, host
brought forth a bank
5r guard who grabbed the
bandit with the sack ate Council
f full of money. The' bag -
.Taps & ,
contained $11,000 in Top BERRY'S MILLERS
small bills, 'police Youth Leader '

r said. TV Sales And Service Complete Line Uf (tI

Special School WASHINGTON D. C. --

.... Miss Roslyn V. Cheagleof I Rebuilt IVA (
ovts Lynchburg. Virginia
?/- ? c tsr AF has been named Youth I Home Appliances A i

KICKDFP ACTIVITIES for the 19 63 annual membership drive of James Weldon Johnson Branch YMCA dree a Survey s.t Organizer for the 'Cook Ware. (,

record attendance last Sunday. afternoon in Moncrief Elementary School. One-hundred and thirty-one National Council of Negro -
workers were on hand to hear principal speaker. Dr. Leo B. Marsh, (shown standing) of the National youths special not attending survey oi Women. The appointment I Your Credit Is Good With Us._ t
was by
Council of YMCA's program staff deliver the main address. Dr. Marsh is flanked by Mrs. Sallye regular school will be
Mathis (left) membership campaign director Wendell P. Holmes and T. C. CromP tn. Bottom photo shows conducted by the U.S. Miss National Dorothy President I. Height CALL EL 3-3415 Home Office 337 E. 11tk I ST.f

portion of record attendance with the Y's Executive Secretary Thomas Hargrave in background. Others Bureau of the Census in following the Council's _

heading groups are Rev. E. J. Rivers, Dr. E. H. Washington Melvin T. Brown, Ezekiel Bryant, Thomas connection with the annual meeting held recently -
Crompton, Mrs. Hattie I. James, James C. Smith, Mrs. Alice Conway, W. A. Jones, and Latimer F. February Current Popula- at the Statler-
Williams. First reports will be heard at Friday night's meeting at 7:30 p.m. at the branch office, tion Survey it was an- Hilton Hotel. STARTING

5700 Cleveland Road. nounced. Miss Cheagle a former STRAND

Questions to be askedof field secretary for the SUNDAY
Typical Fashion! persons 16 through 21 NAACP, is a graduate of

e"te years old who are not Bennett College where LOVE LOOT
enrolled in a regular she majored in History. ,
] school cover the kindsof Elected ,to Tho' s Who THE CAPONE CREED I

I jobs held during and in American Colleges"
: 41468HEIB )
Myrtle Ave ndAdam FfaniVEL J after leaving school she was active in sit-in KSIVt KTMUTMC CO MMStarring

job training since and movie demonstrationsand

leaving school, kind of plans to pursue
OVEI tad STRAIGHT WEEK FOX THOSE WHO MISSED THE BOAT work being sought by the further education in the

STANDARD OYSTERS 'ANC :LW%: 98c 4 r r unemployed, and other field of law. :

SELECT OYSTERS 1'TAW?' $1,39 \ information related to As a student repre-
PT. ',- the background of these sentative to the Homemaking
Institute Com-
young persons.
SKILL OYSTERS with that "ta"l-o-tho-I. Flavor wx M1a
mittee, she was among
The February Current
1/2 Bu. $3.00 Bu. $5.50
S Population Survey will those who initiated a
Co Starring
also Include special successful voter regis- ROBERT KEENAN NEVILLESTACKWYHORAND
Salt Mullet Roe t, 82c I SALT MULLET u. 29c Ti questions to determinethe tration campaign in

MEDIUM MULLET 1'20c work experience of Greensboro, North Caro-
the entire American La- lina. Miss Cheagel re AND A COLOR '*>> ..
u. fj bor force during 1962. presented Bennett Col-

MEDIUM SHRIMP t, 89c 'k.,. .79c These Questions will lege at the Regional and CARTOON .
cover such items as National Meetings.
Lb. plus -
number of weeks workedin

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FLOUNDER 49' h: and other I
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WHITINGIn 32c LARGE ITS ALL A PART---or college life, studying, during 1962 and similar

.. ..LI.... RED SNAPPER u. 53c finding romance... nd Gibbs Junior College (St. items.
10 Ik. b. 27*
SHEEPNOSE L. 35c Kingfish STEAKS 49C Petersburg, Fla.) couple Arthur Sheffield of St. ,Current Population Purvey Drive In Super Market
Lb. Petersburg, Fla.
T Arrtr* frM yGtnuin and Shirley Mathis of Lakeland Interviews will be
PtHMtoTt MANGROVE Fla. highlighted Valentine's Day in a conducted here and in .. .
LI. Lb. suitable fashion. 356 other sample areas
*YouV looting ore t. vov're toofcfnafnr, nrrrr them m Se.foo4V (GJC staff photo by Horace Jones Jr.) of the country duringthe
Icnttnt"compliment of"SJim" Graham Poet Laureate.Sf.C.
GOURMET CORNER Bolita 'Kingpin' Given Term week of February' 18.
Information will be collected -
,.. TM. N.-C..f.i.t Wf. l.... Tit. Ia.tie .004.
I CUBED TURTLE MEAT s.oz.: 69c KIAMI A man whoa.Ut sentenced Frank C. Christine locally Harrington by Mrs. V
Metro detectives estiChapman, 39, to five
5636 Milmar Dr. south,
mated made was making
years in Florida State
DUVAL Free Delivery
$500.000 yearly from Prison on five counts.. Jacksonville. Qpei dajs a week

Building Contractors f Negroes in South Dade .one of the hardestwas Negroes Timing
found guilty of blows ever struck the "

.. 5129 Arlington Rd. operating a lottery bolita racket in Dade. To R.,1 cults, 7 ,.,. to 12 ,... Phone PO 5 9a'kWWWW

Criminal Judge Jack * WASHINGTON clarence

For Free Estimates Call Mitchell head of the

JESS *. DURDEN I: : NAACP's Bureau said Washington Negro lead-

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