The Florida star

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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 23, 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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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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Georgia's Negro Senator To Speak Here Thursday {Night Feb. 28th

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New Fire Station In Th.e Making

Her Hero N Wednesdiy AwardsTo Given :'J!: c a f y HOMEBULLETS Ii ii

Carnegie awards will be

given two local men who
risked their lives last

year to save fellow ;

workers. Presentations ........_ ._ ...
; ic .
\ will take place Wednesday Hearing Mir. 5 Threat

night Feb. 27 at a 30 CandidatesIn _

For 3 axoNs Y cl,

'. IK SlayiHf Race TuesdayFor threatening PEKSACOLA -telephone A me .

An aura of mystery calls gave way to more

i m still shrouds circumstances House SeatsDuval serious action against

which led to local civic leader Rev.

the fatal slaying of William C. Dobbins here
a County voters,who will be going to thepollsnext
early Sunday morningwhen
Holly Hill service
Tuesday, Feb. 26, will have 34 candidatesto
.22 calibre
attendant, and the holding
1.1.i. of three Jacksonville choose from for four additional seats in the rifle bullets were fired
House of Representatives which were allotted into his home.
i men on murder
ROUND BREAKING Mayor Haydon Burns is seen breaking ground for under a recent reapportionment law. Rev. Dobbins leaderof
charges. .
i IVERT W. ELP8 JR. the new fire station which will be erected at 25th and Myrtle Ave. Reports state that on Among the contestantswill a ministerial group

special halftime cere- The ceremonies took place last Friday Feb. 15. Among those seen Friday night. Feb. 15, be Ernest Jackson, GROUP 6 who has led demonstra-

aony during the Harlem looking on are Isadore Singleton, Rev. Dallas Graham. Hoshua Hill- the three Jax Ben drove wellknown Negro attorneywho Lynwood F. Arnold, 1 tions against segregated

Globetrotters exhibition man, Leon Gonzales, a fire department official and others. into the service sta- is seeking electionin Floyd A. Falany, Hugh
gone at the coliseum.COMMISSIONER "" -- group 5.Jackson J. Grainger Jr., JustinC. i successfully is a can-

CLAUDE SMITH Program To Map Strategy Home Repair tion struck and a: tire their Ad has run for:. Montgomery, Joe didate" for an Fscanbia

announced Monday that office four times and Sessions, 'C. J. Suggs, 'County sea tin the

f bronze heroism medals For Selective Buying Plan Abuses Aired argument have started was reportedto and on one occasion won the Tommy Tucker and ThomasA. Florida House of Repre

will be presented justice of Peace nomination Larkin. sentatives. He is competing
Ivery W. Elps Jr. 38, Attorney Leroy R. Johnson, 34-year-old GAINESVILLESUggestions ended in a shooting but the elec- GROUP 7 against eleven

of 4361- Jerome Ave. Negro who holds the distinction of being as to how to cut fracas which resultedin tion was nullified when, Birt C. Byrd, James white candidates.

and Paul R. Jones, 20, the first Negro member of Georgia's down on, homerepairabuses the shooting of the courts ruled that Daniel Cbvart, William In a special Interviewwith

of Rt. 7, Box 91. Legislature since 1907 and its first race were being aired station owner Joe the districting plan, B. Cowart, John Paul the STAR this week.

The tw (men will also senator since 1870, will be the main ,by a legislative, committee Mitchell and-attendant was unconstitutionallyset Howard, Harry B. Mahon, Rev. Dobbins said that

receive cash speaker during a mammouth.NAACP-sponsore Friday. Dennis Wellington.liitchellw the bullets evidentlyfired
rewards up. & AOluyllaly, Fred
Elps to receive $750 and public mass meeting here'ThursdayVnight: ," ",'Accor
I Jones $500.Employed. Feb.28 at 8 Shiloh Baptist Church, William G. O'Kell the ,a hospital with chest will have seven repre- Don Walls and Guy R. car, consisted of seven

at the Max- it was announced this week. sub-committee plans to and thigh wounds andlater sentatives and one Craig. shots Instead of five

well House Coffee plant, Since his recent: election * submit to a Regulatory died. Wallingtonwas senator instead of three previously reported this

735 E. Bay St., the two to the senate became the first .Negro legislation on the borne treated for a neck representatives and one Pair Pleads week in state news-
( from Atlanta's improvements and shell wound and released. senator under the
men were engaged in nearly in the Southeastern planin papers.

their various tasks when equally Negro-white States to be appointeda home Industries when Held in Volusia county existence since 1925. Not Guilty MISSED SEEPING SON

John W. Mattison, 37, of populated 38th District criminal Investigator it holds its Initial jailDelandawritinga A second primary will
I 7240 Adele Ct. workingin Senator Johnson has meeting in April.Committee Mar. 5th.p preliminary be held on March 12 and He said that several
windows of his home
hearing murder charges -
a coffee tank was been one of the nation's r. members. on it is felt that none
broken in addition to
overcome by fumes. most sought after pro- Reps. A. J. Then as of are Alzene Davis of the candidates will
32, of 2313 Myrtle Ave. damage to walls and that
t Jones entered the tank gram speakers.A Starke and Osee Pagan ; win a majority of the
Zeaa Williams, 23, of one shot narrowly missed
to rescue Mattison and native Atlantan of Gainesville believe total votes cast in
also became unconscious. Sen. Johnson was edu- that members of 1265 Steele St. and their respective groups. his 22-months old son

Elps entered the vat and cated in Atlanta's pub- the committee during Charles Bagley, 26, of The candidates are: who was sleeping in hisparents'

raised both men so they lic schools, went on to M the hearing will acquire 2117 Venus-Mars Ct. GROUP 4 bedroom.

could be lifted out by gain his BA degree vital information Bagley and Williams W. T. Basford, HenryH. USUAL PHONE ACTION

other workers. from Morehouse College; enough to formulate a were Jailed followingthe Beckwith, Dennis
When asked whether he
This has been the his Masters from Atlanta law on how to regulate incident. However, Dingle, Gifford Grange
had received other typesof
fourth time during the University and his fradulent practices is yet to be explained Jr. James C. Prescott
threats. Rev. Dofebles
past several years that law degree from North within the industries. under what circumstances and David E. Wells.GROUP .
said that he had numerous -
Elps has become engaged Carolina College. The' committee invited[ Davis, was shot after 5 JOSEPH MONTGOMERYROOSEVELT
w threatening phone
in heroric acts, the During his student ., anyone Interested.. been arrested by law Mrs. Lela Anderson,
calls prior to announcing -
I other three being on days at North Carolina ATTY. LEROY JOHNSONGa. testify during the officers. He was reported Napoleon B. Broward,

a various occasions when College, he receivedhis State Senatoron hearing. to have been Barney F. Cobb, ThomasH. his candidacy but
that the calls had Increased -
he rescued people from initial collectionof Invitations had been t later taken to a hos- Greene, Marvin C.
the Pulton'ounty following the
J. burning homes.Hospitals 'firsts' when after sent to several attorneys pital for treatment of Harden Jr. Ernest D.
General'sstaff. announcement.
Face being elected presidentof Solicitor. who have had 1 his wound and then Jackson Sr., W. Shannon

the Law School stu- experience in combatinghome booked in Jail the Lining, Neil C. Taylor, PUBLICITY STUNT

U.S. Aid Loss dent Bar Association assignments Johnson's committee in the repair abuses anda following morning.TALLAHASSEELawyers. Harold M. Webb and Questioned further as

IASHINGTON---pro.posal he became.the first per- Georgia Senate include number cf investigators William T. Stockton. to what police action

of a bill to cut-ofi son of color to hold the appropriations who have worked had been takes Rev.
Southwest Bar Association
federal aid for con- vice presidency of the education, health and throughout the state Dobbins stated flatly

struction of segregated 4th Circuit of AmericanLaw since the investigations At FAMU that Police had termed
welfare and Judicial) Meets Feb. 28-Mar.
hospitals was announced Students Associa- which he hima began one month I the incident a "pub. -

last Sunday by Rep. tion which is cposed leverage in mind of and a half ago. Judges and legislators licity stunt."

John Dingell (D-Mlch.). of law schools in North not Just being a Negro from seventeen states wl[11] be among the members HALL *
The Michigan congressman Carolina,South Carolina. City WatchesGolf the 23rd annual meeting of the South- '
senator but offers hima attending Jeweler s Death
Rev. Dobbins said he
said his bill would hosted by
Virginia West Virginia Association hich will
first-hand west Bar
amend the HillBurtonAct oppor- RatesMeeting Pleas of not guiltywere and Mrs. Dobblas did not
and Feb. 28 through
Maryland. and M. Cniv ersity
which provided Senator tunity to represent Florida A. entered Tuesday by hear the shots aad that
later all the peonle. March 1.Speater. he was unaware of the
funds for construction attorneys defending two
in Joint session during the Urban League'sFate
of medical centers. local men indicted under incident until later IB
Tuesday the city public program which first-degree murderin the morning when lie west
commissioners and city will be held in Bethel Rests
Shotgun Robbery Suspects the last Dec. 17 pis outside to get hit
councilmea were told by Baptist Church will be morning .
tol-slaying of a West; paper.A
..... Burns thata Federal District Judge
Mayor Haydon With
-'< .. '; }. < ... "'. axons Adams St. Jewelry storeowneroperator. neighbor reported
," watch will be main- James Parsons of Chicago. hearing shots fired ap-
Jax Urban League has
tained on membership Other renowned legal reached another Impor- Charged with the attempted patently from a speeding
rates at formerly city- figures who will devote robberyslayingare car after mideigat.Stalked .
tant milestone--and the
t owned Brentwood and themselves in Roosevelt Hall. 28, Man
decision to
Iy i Hyde Park Golf courses.. discussing the in- can continue as as one of 1028 W. Church St. Refuses 1iPrastcite
then the U. S. Dis- stitute's theme. "De and Joseph Montgomery.
of the community's most '
trict Court threw out a fending A Criminal 28, of 836 W. Adams St.
4 attempt by the Brent- Case" wll be: the Important agencies or The two men are charged Adolphus Cornelias
L-II will become relegated Greene, 31, of 2697
Bon. Keif Caulker asbassador
wood course to raise with death of John Davis
into the dust of yesteryear Broadway AVMM was ia-
membership fees from of Sierra Tittle 83, operator of
$18 to $120 a year Leone Dean A. A. rests upon the the Jewelry store at Jured last Tuesday po-

; Mayor Burns had calleda Leinoir and Pro f.Vanue shoulders of local 528 W. Adams St. Tittlewas lice reported.Investigation.

r meeting of the two B. Lacour, wellknown Negro" citizenry.The fatally shot in the revealed
&ii' .: city governing bodiesto educators from Louisi- final act of head during the alleged that Greene Met another
discuss plans for ana; the legal profession desperation will go into robbery attempt at 1 p._i. man later identified as

the city to repurchasethe s dean of thenation' action all-day on Dec. 17, police said. Robert E. Lee of 30t7

HELD IN BAR ROBBERY---The three men shown are being held in Jail courses. lawyers D, ... Saturday when teams Pending filing of motions Broadway got into am

and charged with armed robbery in the $1,000 holdup of Cherry'sTavern However Burns told Perkins of Jacksonville; of adult volunteer no date has beenset argument which rest&ted
workers, youth-teams for the trial since in Greene.
a flgat. ,
at 1139 W. Adams Street, Jan. 23. The three men are: Sammy the Joint session Tuesday Attorneys Revius Ortijue -
representing the Boy during the imeldomt,
Lee Stinson. 26, of 1206 Dora Street; Henry Lee Lumpkin 28, of that he believed Leona Ponnceyfhnrman the defense attorneyshave was stabbed im the left
Scouts, llrl Scouts, 15 days in which to
818 Cleveland Street and William James Lumpkin 28, of 310 Stuart that with the continuance Euclid 0. breast police sld.Investigating .
YMCA and other organizations -
street. Police said the Lumpkins are not related. Det. Sgts. Too of the $18 Taylor Charles F. will engagein .act...on rulings..... .... officer
Hamlin said Stinson was picked up Tuesday andthSSe"two fee and the raising of ttlson, William H. Ming, said tb.y advised Oreone
Wednesday night. A double barreled shotgun be- r green fees have brought Jack H. Young William a citywide door-to- BIG $AVING$ to secure a warrant for
door campaign to secure
lined used in the robbery was found in the home of one of the the situation back toAD S. Thompson and Henry funds for the AT KRE$$ Lee. but be said be did

,men. =-1 control Arrington. OL's continuance. $ee Page 8 not wish to prosecuteI .

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,2323 Mitcrief' Rod Pisu -___ _' A. AND T. SPEAKER SAYS J
... ELgii 4-6782: .
:' :- + -El The widespread "
: 4-8783 i iM opinion that the Negro
4.- 3 did not fight and did not sacrifice to
7 MAILING A88RESS: K gain his freedom, like other enslaved
P. I. Box 561, lacksoa rule 1 1. Florida peoples and nations in world history,
was attacked recently at A. and T. Col
--'.- Z lege. '
One The speaker was Dr. James H. Brewer,pro
Tear, $6.00
Half r
$4.00 e
Mailed to k r :Kwr fessor of history and research at Vir-
You Anywhere
in the
united States r li
> Subscription s. ginia State College Petersburg, Va. He
i' payable in Advance r
Send 3. delivered, on Tuesday, Feb-
or Money order to: ..;. ruary 12, the main address ata
STAR P. O. BOX 561 -

Jacksonville 1, Florida .. .:.\,,'' vance special of Negro program History in obser-Week. )

,: He said the lack of informa-

"WHY NEGRO HISTORY WEEK"EDITOR'S ..". ..., -. : .. .,)'' "f'I". tion on the important role
,.., >; r"t, 1\\ I
i /- ;-, < -,,,' .f .I '" ...iipr1 which Negroes played on both
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: This penetrating article on the 'J.So. .: ... ..-0 ..' ,I\o.: .
contribution ". ... .1 .
of Black I '
to I
man world civilization t: .,
is being published to emphasize the significanceof .:........ ... 'c- "", ":.,.';... .. < .. ,.. ...'. .. ....- :' I./,-t..*I|/ represents a cruel ommission : (

Negro History Week, which is observed annuallythe ;... :ftft i;; : :id Vjti&Ls*<.;., :..: l.; :\:,$ ..:: :z ri.. : by historians.The speaker. cited figures SIMPSON

second week in February.) PUTTING COMMITTEE UNDER WRAPS EFFECTS MINORITIES EVERYWHERE from documents he has reviewed as a part J

t of a research project he is conducting,
which shows that
Negroes both slave and

free, were active combatants with the
NEW YORKANPThe phrase "Negro History H -- r ..' Union and Confederate armies and navies.He .

, Week"taken at face value, and with- Your I said that while it is impossible to
out incongruous.Why much serious. thought, appears to be determine exactly the number of Negroes

*ho fought for the Union cause 'sinceit
is there a need for
a Negro
: : was common practice to replace a dead
Week when there is no similar week for the -
Negro soldier with a live one and have
other minority in the United Guide i
groups States him answer to the same name" it is estimated -
The history of the United States in
total, that 200, 000 served in the Union
consists of the collective histories of Army and another 30,000 in its Navy.

minority groups.' What we call "American Iy PABLO The ASTROLOGER The Negro, he said, had difficulty in
Civilization" ,
is no more than the
sum total -
joining the
Union forces and, in the
of their contribution. The Negro is the WHICH ARE YOUR LUCKY DAYS FOR early stages of the war, Negro volunteerswere

, least integrated, and the most neglected
r .. : regularly rejected all over the
of these groups in the historical interpretation LOVE TRAVELARI North.Dr. .

of this country. This neglect Brewer reminded the audience that

has made Negro History Week a necessity.The Congress adopted two-13th amendments to

idea for Negro History Week had its the Constitution, the first drafted in

9 origin in the mind of Dr. Carter G. Wood- ES LIBRA I 1861,which prohibited the federal govern-

son, director of the Association for the CANCER 3orn Sept. '3rd thru CAPRICORN ment from interfering with slavery in the

Study of Negro Life and History. Initia'1ly Born March 21st thru Born June 22nd thru Oct. r3rd Born Dec. 22nd thru south and which, because of the outbreakof
the occasion consisted of a short April I 19th Jan.
' period July 22nd 19thAn hostilities, was never ratified, and
devoted to public programs emphasizing You the second know
are quite likely as we it today.He .
the salient facts of history influenced by zing The time for agoni- All the hazards to find out at said, in sharp contrast, the Con-

the Negroes--mainly facts brought to light reappraisalscould be here that have been last Just what your find open fight could federate states did not resist the patriotic -
by the for you a dis-
publications of the
the pointed out previously .advari response-of many-of-their- who tagej'
many have You would
association during the first 77 years of could be out if the landing semis termillionfreeNegroes:"'" ..4-- .-....
its existence.A dared once too often in force. This get the better of
An ren- rather violent to He expressed the opinion that President
A large segment of the enlightened public upset in your ders all precautions opponents by using-
you at the
friendships or hopes moment the tactics that Lincoln may never have signed the Emancipation -
regarded this effort as being more time- necessary to protect it should do
could you "good have proclamation but for the damage
have an adverse always worked
ly. The '
proclamation of
this observancewas your
economy, associations to know just
effect on your best for you in the which the Negro contingents of the Con-
warmly accepted. The effort was widely and safe you are going from federate
physical past. There is a good armies, and defenses built by
wellbeing.You .
supported by schools, churches and clubs ty in transit. The there. You should slaves
sign brought the Union
' must expect the developing which upon cause.
among Negroes and the movement gradually unexpected is a fac- find better openingsfor 'The
next favors American Negro's most striking
thirty days to your objec-
found support among institutions of other be somewhat trying be that seldom can your vocational tivity and also helpsto achievement" he said "was not on the
races in America and abroad. foreseen, but skills and a greater
ones especially if conduct daily activities battlefield.norhislabor im the plan-
The observance comes each year about the who are in desire to serve where
you have failed to with those tations and fortifications, or his work
second in some measure pre- you are most needed.
February the
', objective protect ,yourself a- pared for it can The who are sympatheticto in Southern was industries, but in his
to should
being select the
week which will include gainst the many pit- better withstand its have you. You should heroic struggle to give his descendants
a new incentiveto
both February 12th and 14th. Negro falls that were lashes. secure: substantial thp right to freedom and dignity."
History Week is meant to brand new transform their
embrace the birth pointed out hereto- financial

dates of both Abraham Lincoln and Fred- fore. Take time out influence from is which announced of surroundings a greater as plan part for established backing en- 3 LABOR DEPT. REGULATION

erick Douglass--in the latter case, the to mediate and re- you can anticipatethe that they have been terprises if your own COULD AID YOUTH EMPLOYMENT
date that lax. working
Douglass calculated must have on. resources seem to be
benefits. - -- ----- -- -------
been.his natal _day. Sometimes the cele- 2-50-33-14-6&-253 7-10-88-19-62-718 inadequate. Of late, there has been a sharp rise in

Cratlon; con -iiniiuue only one day. ni* suet 5-20-66-12-23-526 SCORPIOBorn unemployment among the teenagers. The rea-

times the selected date must include the TAURUSBorn LEO Oct. 2Uth' thru 8-30-33-16-7&-831: son seems to have been a puzzle to a Deputy -
Negro, Frederick Douglass.The Assistant Labor Secretary who deals
April I 20th thru Born July 23rd thru Nov. 2Tnd
aim of the celebration is not to with the problem.

enter upon one week s study of the Negro s May 20th Aug. 22ndImpulsiveness Your last ordeal, if AQUARIUS I.t would be an oversimplification to

t place in history, 'since no history can you have not been Born Jan. 20th thru blame the situation on any one cause. Buta

be disposed of in one week. Rather, the If you can manage to may able to avert to Feb. 18th major cause, certainly, has been Labor

celebration should represent the culmina- handle your friends again overtake you may be expected. Some Department regulations of more than a :

tion of a systematic study of Negro people and home companionswith and cause a break in of the results nay! be If resentments have year's standing limiting to 10 per cent ofa

throughout the year. tact and finesse relations. Should Quite unexpected but been seething underneath retail store's total work force the number -

After serving many years as a teacher in you may be able to you be unable to they probably will all this time, of teenagers that can be employed at

Public schools Dr. Woodson became convinced cushion the impactof prevent this, you shape the tenor of they could explode less than the statutoty minimum wage.

that among scholars the role o f rather disturbing can expect the repercussions your future exis- with a shattering ..a.

his own people in American conditions that are to affect tence to. a great ex- band. Personal and
history, and in
the history of other cultures, was being reaching their cul- the state of tent. Family and ro- economic ties could DO YOU KNOW ANYONE
ignored minating points. If your economy in adverse man ti c'ahowdowns be severed to the

founded or the misrepresented.association in He 1915 therefore in order, personal or business ways. You receive would help to clear detriment of all parties Who Can't Road Or Writs?

to conduct special relations have to be a comfortingnote the air, enablingmany to the dispute.
into the
neg- severed try to do There are indicationsthat
regarding Scorpios to Get Them
lected history of the Negro people all establish Join
It in ways that will personal
and Joint you can remedythe --
a sounder
the \
ver world. The
following year he began leave no seething resentments resources shortly basis for romance anda situation if you .
publication of the
scholarly Journalof or open after the start ofa more fruitful life. consent to sacrificeall
Negro History, which to this date has. hostility. New con- new economicp material con- \ OPERATION
never missed an issue. 970771291571SAGITTARIUS
ditions that
coming into has e. \
++ A chronicle of Dr. Woodson s farreachingactivities the picture will favor stand between you and

must include the organization, you through your 3-60-44-15-74-364 happiness. ALPHAIET
1921 of the Associated Publishers Inc. friends. Born Nov. 23rd thru 4-80-55-14-52-485

"to make possible the publication and VIRGO. I w-- ". .
.IeC. c::I s't
circulation of valuable books on the Ne- Born Aug. 23rd thru

gro not acceptable to most publishers;" GEMINI Sept. 22nd The grand finale PISCESBorn ... NOW !

the establishment of Negro History Week in for better or for
r 1926; the initial subsidizing of research Born Way 21st thru" If you have not worse, depending on Feb. 19th thru 1:" -
in Negro History by the June 21st been March 20th
Association; and able to control how well you have
the writing of numerous articles and bookson It could look as if adverse developments, handled hot situa- You EVERYBODY CAN LEARN TO READ All WRITE

+ American Negro and African life and everything is a- they can really make tlons. may be ex- are apt to find RIGHT IN THEIR OWN
history.Dr. most hectic and HOMES!!!
gainst you due to a things very difficult pected. Accept the
Woodson was one of the first persons combination of aspects for-you. Job health events or changesand quarrelsome situa- HOW? -- BY LOGONS AT TV PROGRAM

I to realize, and state, that there is no that are not partnership matthat occur as pro- tions. Should you '0'ERATICN ALfAB$1'.r'WMFId .
such thing as Negro History.What he called ters things too much ? -- ON MONDAY. AND
especially propi- may run neck viding the lead for to heart WEIN55DAT. FRlftW 2
Negro History was only a missing segmentof tious. On the other to neck in approachyour future conduct. you may STARTING FEB. 25th 7:30 to 8:" p.B.
world history. He devoted ing bring on physical on d. 7-WCT or 6:10 to 6:40 .
the greater hand, the same may a crisis which The period which a e a
portion of his life to restoring this be said of the oppo- you may not find starts on the 23rd, upsets forts and discom- Cb. 12 fPGA.'

rimming segment to the main body of world sition. The one who possible to avert. may bring an ending acute of a rather HOW CAN SOMEONE SIGN UP??? .

history. He also realizea that once this can hold his ground If you do manage to 0 f sorts. You nature. Do not
allow yourself to be THE NAME AND ADORBS6 OP TIC PBtfiEjff INTERESTED '
seprent was restored, and properly integrated the longest may be weather it without then expand your talked
a R1TIN8 0N
into school textbooks and taught the one to prevail too much damage, you living quarters or sepa-
ration when THE LINES BELOW
you know : MAIL OR BRING IT J&
with respect and understanding, there In the long run. can look forward to office space or even that this would not 605 Ocean St. Jacksonville, Florid
would no longer be a need for a Negro There is no reason new understanding in decide to use your be to your ultimate

History Week. why you should not your alliances from home as the base of advantage. The NAME : 1

In this centennial year of the Emancipation be on the winning the new phase that is your gainful en- sonal aspect per-
we are far from the objective that side, as the phase born on the 23rd. deavors. favors you start ADDRESS

Dr. Woodson had in view, therefore Negro begins on the 23rd.6JO221&43642 late on the 23rd.
History Week is more iaportaat than ever. 9-11-17'-m-191 FOR MORE INFORMATION PHONE ADULT __
6-60-89-18-85-659 3-90-44-13-25-394 TION SECTION EL 5-8871

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4e.6 i 1 Wobdlawn, Presbyterian Youth SingersRehearse i Memorial Service Climaxes Founder's Day. Observance DEATHSOssie

7 .Church;. T_ Notes. SaturdayWith Mich. 3816 Lee
nearly 300 singers
*1"'lbe United Presbyterian ranging between 7 and 18 James Lewis. 1216 Davis

:**f'Youth Junior Group will years of age, Prof. E. Street.

Sjjl-meetiin. the Westminster Clifford Davis announced ; Henry Strickland, 314
: Hut Saturday. February that other East and Lee Street.

Westside youths wishingto Florence Simmons,
23 at 4:00 p.m. The w, Mrs.
i Senior Fellowship will participate in the 1015 Hobson Lane.
ieet at 5:00 p.m. Easter Sunday afternoon r 6 ..3Y 1 Charles D. Manley. 1735

',The Church School with presentation The Seven 9 k McConihe Street.
T.'v. Huger superintendent Last Words of Christ," A ; I Gus S. Cunningham: 1616W.

in charge will open may join the Sing Along 32nd Street.

Sunday in the George With Davis Singers at b K' I Carolyn Louise Davis

Washington Carver Ele- 12 0' clock noon at fk : 1230 Spearing Street.

mentary School at 10:00 Walter Memorial AME Zion Rev. A. Charles Robinson -

'i a.m. ? 2854 W. 45th St. Church, 1012 Madison Madison Florida.

The Morning Worship Street, or Greater St. -t Charlie Butler, 5603

service will begin at Matthew Baptist Church, Avenue-B.

10:55:. a.m. with Rev. F. 614 Franklin St. (East- Lonnie A. Jernigaa. 20!*
i' D! Wilson pastor delivering -
side) at 3:30 p.m. Dean-A. Ave ue.

} the message. He Rehearsals for the William H. Freeman, 1354W.
will be supported by the ,,----- -' -
Fifth Street.
Easter program will be

Westminster Choir with held at the above stated TTP ; Dj Mother Midway AME Church Jack J. Manning. 729

Mrs. Rudyne Watson at CourtC.Mrs. .
the two West
the piano. Rev. Wilson time at According to the pastor church Saturday throughout -
timely and Eastside churches Rev. J.W. Jones. the day. The general Clementine Aaron,
preaching some
inspiring, and practical every Saturday until Trustee rites will be public is Invited to St. Augustine, Florida.
i Easter Prof. Davis observed at Mother Mid- patronize this serviceby James H. Bryant. 269
sermons to his conrrega-
stated. t r way AME Church Sunday Watts Street.
getting your barbeque
tion. His message last p
Plans call for 2000 throughout the day. Ozie Grant, 6128 Japonica -
Sunday was "God Recalls from us, thus helpingthe
for each Services will begin Road.
youth singers
The .Lost. In other building committeeto
with School Charlie Davis 2666 SUB*
Refreshments Sunday and
God group. complete the build-
words, he was saying '
recalls the backslider. will be served duringall the pastor is requestingthe ing. nit Street.
and service Mrs. Annie Gadsden. 815
rehearsal periodsand presence
revives him, and places
I churches, of each Trustee class Masons To Cone Street.
him back to his post of parents Lay
schools and other organizations rtes + leader and members of William Morgan, 2216
Choir No. 3 and Usher College Circle.
All church officers are _are being
Board No.2. Cornerstone Sunday Nathaniel New
W. Payne.
urged to cooperate in
asked to meet Sunday.
There is a vital need York .
February, 24 at 5:30 p.m. making this initial event for each member to sup- District Deputy Robert City.Youth

in the Westminster Hut. a success. port ,the church of your R. Pettiford is calling Group

The Communicants Classes Rev. R. L. Rogers of choice including the all Masons under the pro- Elects OfficersThe

will begin the week of Walter Memorial AME building program now in tection of the MWVCL

February 24. Adults session Zion Church and Rev. S. progress. Each member F&AM to assemble at 2G Junior Civic

4 : will be held on Godson, pastor of Greater who has failed to pay Greater Payne Chapel AMP Club the 2G met Youth recently Center and in

Sundays at 6:30 p.m. St. Matthew Baptist their local budget of Church, 1230 F. 23rd Ft. elected the following

Prayer and Study hour Church are supportingthe BISHOP W. F. BALL, prelate of the 11th Episcopal District of the $6.00 is asked to do so Sunday at 2:30 p.m. to slate of officers for

will be held on Wednes- great youth ef AME Church (top photo left), is shown delivering the sermon during Sunday. One dollar for assist Fidelity Lodge No. 1963 under the super-

day at 7:30 p.m. The fort. memorial services Feb. 15 at the grave of the late Bishop H. Y. local trustees, one dol- 251 in the cornerstone vision of Mrs. Willie

United PresbyterianYouths JWJ Vocational Tookes which climaxed last week's 97th annual Founder's day ob- lar for the district laying ceremony.All Griffin:

are sellin-candy servance. Dr. Harrison J. Bryant, pastor of Bethel AME_ Church, conference and four Royal Arch Masons, Miss Betty Burney pre-
In order that they might Starts Adult address. is shown dollars for the plumbingwork. Knights of Templar SUb- sident
Baltimore Md. who delivered the Founder's Day ; Miss Jerald Robinson -
present a gift that can .
Sewing Class along side of Bishop Ball, Founder Day. planning committee members lime Princes. Shrlners vice president;
be used as part "
Bail -- Jing Barbeque Saturday Eastern Stars Heroinesof Miss Theresa Washington,
in photo right are, from 'left Bishop Revs. R. A. ;

worship service in. pui A new adult class in R. S. Johnson W. F. Ball Jr. chairman; R. J. Blaine* a' dNYP. J?.,. Barbeque will be prepared Jericho Crusadersand secretary; Harry Brooks,
fbJ1i} Itng. '' and sold at the members of the Gol- assistant secretaryMiss
I Is Women's
sewing now being Foster. DepartmenVpre'sTSenf who were among the obser-
den Circle are cordially Gloria Price financial
USE CARE WHEN organized at James Weldon vance participants are: Mrs. Laura Sampson (left) Ocala; Mrs. Mrs. A. Harfslied Invited as guests. Rev. secretary, Mrs. fillie

BURNING.FOREST FIRES i Johnson Junior High Olivia Smith Tampa, and Mrs. A. Beatrice Williams, Jacksonville.Baker R.A. King is host pas- Mack, treasurer; Ernest

< GROW ON TREES! School. ( Photos) In Recital Sunday tor. Robinson business !manager -

; Miss Leola Roberts

Little Rock Honors Leader And Family I wellknown Mrs. Agnes local Hartsfleld singer reporter; Ronald Washington -
Recital Slated Sunday chaplain and
will be presented in a Miss Renae Robinson.
recital SUnday Feb. 24. chairman Mrs. Bessie

-' at 2 p.m. in St. Peter The Gospel Cavaliers Allen and Mrs Willie
Baptist Church Gilford will appear in the Mack, refreshment com-

Florida.Bus gospel recital Sunday mittee.WIITI2thLI.
night. Feb. 24 at 7:30
transportation will
o'clock in St. Joseph
leave Mattox Ave. at
Baptist Church, locatedat
g ti 8 a.m. and will also
Dewdrop off Broad.
take on passengers at
t : -a Mrs. Edwards is the
: Miller Corner. Shady
sponsor and Rev. Edwardsis
r Oak and Myrtle Avenue; BWBEIIER
host pastor. Other
Round_ trip fare for
groups friends an9 the
{ adults is $2. 00 and
e'I -"- 4 public are Invited.
L 'I, 1.00 for rhildren.

I 4 vrl Walks 50 Miles.i Then Goes Bowling

COLUMBUS Ohio-ANP---An interracial pair took

President Kennedy at his word. They used their off

day on the birthday of another president--Abraham
Lincoln-to prove their fitness by biking 50 miles. ,

0. Curtis Grace, 33, and his white companion, 22- 1
year-old Ronald Kekes, completed the test--from
defiance, Ohio to Toledo--in 13 hours and 15 1
1 1
3 *h ,i minutes.
Sipping orange Juice and smiling wearily after
APPRECIATION PROGRAM Departmental officials and members of Little Rock Baptist Church turnout in large the end of Journey over snow-covered highways

numbers Monday night to observe annual Appreciation Night for Rev. WC. Mitchell pastor and his family. Grace said:'

Principal speaker Mrs. Ethel Carnegie church mother is shown addressing the attendees and honorees during "I'm going bowling at 6:30." So after a hot

the program. Center scene: Miss Lucille Fzell. Mrs. and Rev. Mitchell and daughters Pana Jean and Helen Rose bath and dinner he Joined his teammates on the

Mitchell. Church mother. Mrs. Carnegie receives gift from Mrs. Viola Johnson. Bottom photo left shows pro- lanes and rolled 431. 2 POWDERS: 5

gram participants: Dan Ezell. Joe Faster. Johnny Rhodes Larry O'Neal. James Campbell Willie Frazier.Roosevelt He recalled that 20-mile hikes in Korea were

l Drayton and Arthur McGraw. Interested onlookers from left: Mr. and Mrs. Willie Huey, Mrs. S. Kearse.J. worse than the trek he took with Kekesa 6-footer. 12 POWDERS 2S

Mills. Mr. and Mrs. R. Johnson and Mrs. Charles Russell. Rev. Mitchell receives gift from Mrs. R. Jenkins. Grace stands 5'6. He is married and has six

chil dren. 24 POWDERS 49
( Billy Brown Photo ) t
-- ----- --- -- A nonsnoker nondrinker, he keeps himself In

'. "TV Time"! Slates shape by daily'calisthenlcs. He even leads his
Support Your Gospel Pyramids Club' five older children through the exercises when

they get hone iron school. !

YMCA Today Top Performs Sunday Meets SundayThe Walking miles, however, is an everyday occurence

( with Grace. He is a rubbish collector for the cityand
lpr James Cleveland the "He's Mine"' among the
Quaint Pyramids I chalks up cany miles each day.
Vote and ElectH..ry Gospel Starlets. Abner highlights of the half- Civic Club will meet ----- -

Jay and the Refuge hour of gospel music Sunday at 5 p.m. in the The Fiesta MotelThe !
Temple Choir will appearas The Refuge Temple Choir
home of Mr. and Mrs.
H. tT.ICKWITH the featured singersof will join in "God is
Robert Brock, 1821
TV Gospel Time' on Great" "Lift Up Your
Pullman Street.
Sunday February 24.over Heads 0 Ye Gates" ,
Mrs. Minnie Cooper and
Station WJXF-TV. Channel with solo by Robert
Mrs. Carolyn Limbric
4. at 9 a.m.Cleveland. White and "Do You Love
were hostesses duringthe
will offer Him?' with Thelma

Norse of Representatives the inspitational "He's Jones as soloist. last meeting which
featured full membership
a -
Coming Back Again" the Presented each Sundayat
attendance in the
Group 4 Gospel Starlets will be this time over a .
home of Mrs. Catherine'Johnson.
heard in "I'm Leaningon group of 24 television
A delicious
i His Promise" and stations by the makers LL
IPast was served. r
lard. Hear My Prayer"and of Artra Cosmetics. "TV ( ::1 I

Honest t. -Progressive Leadership Abner Jay will sing Gospel Time" brings to The Le Grand Mardi
.Gras Ball given last
the screen nationally-
Saturday night at the I
known concert and recording -
Henry Bechwith Stands for: Attacks singers of Inspirational Sims residence was yerr' '

music and A. Charta of
M.v ytold midfly te Jlnimfr Vyrwelratery .
a','. ._....._...St...u..d.rl. lt.t_CaacfciB,.-..e..eti8e.L * .... leading church choirs the u.s.s. Yellowstonewas
,** ...,..-- .. the Le Grande prize
Economical, Conservative Government IL". nuntwimt Ira* --u..u.c... d..... from various sections. Internationally famous
&g, $'M.. .1 of the country. winner. Hugh Preite and
W .r Ivan Weeks of Barbadoes; Globetrotters Basketball Team
Careful Planning for Wastrial Develofienti British West indieswere

i i Cab Calloway & Peg Bates
DUVAL BUILDERS honored guests daring J

i *. Etaatkn-More Schools & Better Facilities the affair. .
Building Contractors appearing at the Celiseaa Feh. 21, 8 p... '.- .

5 Will Be Guests Of The I .
;; Pert Authority 5129 Adis too Rd. ?

Royal Crown.1 Fiesta Motel while in Jax

"fcweiation Only hy Chtke of The People FIr Free Estimates Call Cola Finest Hotel for Colored TV aid Teiepheae is herd Rtni


lepresentatien and Jistice Adv. for All Phone RA 5.1011 or RA 4-8986 1251 Kings Rd-East of Myrtle Ave-Hwy. U.S. 1t

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A capacity attendance of Jaxons enjoyed the festive aura which reigned Friday night, Feb. 15 In Civic AudI- (out of town); Mrs. Eva Johnson, financial secretary and acting treasurer; Mrs. Evelyn Hall chaplain; Mrs.

torium when the N.A.G.S. Club and their sister club, the Wonderous Highlights presented their first annual Alberta Carroll, reporter and planning committee chairman; Mrs. .Annie_ Bell Joyner chairman sick coaalttee;

co-sponsored post-Valentine Night formal in the Exhibit R om. Music was furnished by Amos Young and His Mrs. Lucy Laster- 'parliamentarian- ; Mrs.. Ruth Devoe, chairman 'social coaitteeMrs. Mary: ..Hoi l.,,-(absent) \

Boys. In top pix right, seated from left are: W. F. Goodson, James Jones George F. Rudd. Mrs. Minnie Hammond chairman ways and means committee. Seated extreme right: Mrs. Sara Potts, Mrs. M. Hunter. T. Hughes E.

Mrs. C. S. Rudd and Mrs. Amy Jones Adrian (Ken) Knight introduces sponsoring groups, namely: NAGS; Gates P. Stephens and Mrs. L. Wilson. Center row left Mids Rosa Bonner. center seated from left: Mr.

Robert Bates, president: Ralph Mitchell Vice president; Leon Jordan, financial secretary; Willie Burke, and Mrs. Robert Austin C. H. Hitchcock Mrs. Andrew Brown. Mr. and Mrs. P. E. Welch. Mrs. Mary Hitchcock

: recording secretary; David stubbs treasurer; Earl Waldrop, sinking fund treasurer; J. R. George Sr., busi- Mitchell, Mrs. Louise Marlor, Al Andersm, and Mr. and Mrs. Pred Wesley. (Inset): Mrs. Altamese Wright. Mr.

ness manager: Willie B. Lucas, reporter; John Collins, chaplain: Alonzo Simmons Willie Bryant and Charles and Mrs. Robert L. Stevens Mr. and Mrs. Willie Clark Miss Ella M. Grams, Al Crawford and Mrs. E4aa: B.

Finns, members. Wondrous Highlights; Mrs. Mary H. Mitchell, president; Mrs. Laura cottrell vice president Calhoun sit one out. Bottom row from left: Mr. and Mrs. Joseph Hopkins and Mr. and Mrs. Jacob Johnson. Adrian

Mrs. Mary: L. Ponder, secretary: ; Mrs. Amy Lou Easter business manager (on leave); Mrs. Emma McGee treasurer (Ken) Knight demonstrates a nifty 'twist." Next, Mr. and Mrs. B. Wilson and Mr. and Mrs. S. Francis.



Ledbetter Jr. Garftir Blvd. 24 an

621 W. Ashley St. 23 Porter Edward
Ruth ,
it; happened again! we missed our deadline, and prised of Mrs. Florence Wilson, Mrs. Ruth Bon-
Oh what a miserable week-end had and Maxine Y. McGowan Waters College, Jackson-
we plagued by ner, Mrs. Lillian Singleton, Miss Ruth Broome, LL41ta
the thought that had 1448 Mt. Herman St. 23. ville, Fla. 29.
we disappointed our readers. Mrs.Vivian Satterwhite, Miss Coat si e Jones, Mrs.
Thanks to Gamma Rho Omega of Alpha Kappa Schell John E. Posier 1520 Nueal M. Rose 611 _
Chapter Mrs. Vanorian Schell, Miss Gwendolyn Mrs
Orange St. 19 and Pose
Helena St. 27 and Bar-
Alpha Sorority for a week crammed with varied and Margaret Button, Mrs. Carolyn Miller, Mrs. Doris
Bud 611 Orange
bara A. Stephens, 2560
interesting activities "AKA, Week" was a tre- Jones, Mrs. Wlnona Britt and Mrs. Eleanor Gay., Orion street 23. Street, 17.
mendous success, providing entertainment not only

for members of the sorority, but for others in .e.. .... .... eeee use .... Farl Christopher, 1731
the Arletha Rd. 23 and GlorIa Los AmigosMet
community as well.
J. Simpo. 4106 Vic- Long Stem
The Richardson Road home of Mrs. Mary Jones pro- Mrs. Claudia Jenkins was guest player when ThursdayLos
tor Street, 23.
!; vided a beautiful setting for "Sisterhood; night Gems Bridge Club met Friday evening at the El-
Solomon Peese Jr. .
observed last Tuesday evening. dorado Club. Mrs. Marian Walker was hostess.Mrs. Amigos Viente Social
Dolomite Ala. 22 and Savings Club met thurs- Plastic Roses
The Bridge tournament provided a wonderful out- Catherine Jackson, Mrs. Alvenia Scriven.
Alberta Alford 3211 in the home of
day night
let for bridge players who like a rapid pace. and Mrs. Geneva Wheeler were recipients of
Haines Street 22.
Mrs. Shirley Seas
This event was held at the Confederated Garden prizes as a result of the bridge sessico.
Frederick A. Mitchell
Payne St. A most suc-
Club on West Seventeenth Street. Capers Bradham Mrs. Sylvester Bossard, Miss Zelma Johnson,
321 St. 30 and
Orange ,
cessful meeting was reported -
I conducted the tournamentassisted by a committee Mrs.Myrtls Thomas, Mrs. Lois: Avery, Mrs Kathyrn Wilhelmenia Murray, 1303 and the servingof

from the sorority, Mrs. Frances Johnson, Com- Robinson, Mrs. Marie McClair and Mrs. Lillian Leee Street, 19. refreshments and asocial J

mittee Chairman.Of Davis 'were also participants in the meeting. John D. Feacner. St. interlude followed -
the Sixteen clubs participating, members from m

J four qualified for prizes. The individuals .... .... .... .... .... .... Augustine, Fla. 58 and the meeting. eN l
wilma R. Turner, St. Those unable to attend
winning distinction for their clubs were Mrs.
Augustine Fla. 47. the meeting are re-
Vanorian Schell, Les Treize Amies; Mrs. Lois Bella Donna Bridge Club held its regular meeting -
Leroy Merchant Jr. Quested to get in touch
Iszard The Smart Set; Mrs. Essie D. Silva, in the h Ole of Mr. and Mrs. Arml W. Grant, 1081 Florida Ave. 21 with the officers or

I I Kelvinettes; and Mrs. Lewis, Los Diamontes.As 5714 Begonia Im ad.Mrs.Alice Lake was guest player. and Eula C. Montgomery, members as to the time

"AKA Week" is still in progress, details Mrs. Hadassah Bullard, Mrs. Vanette Thayer, 1121 Odessa St. 22. and place of the next

_I of remaining events will be related in next and Mrs. Ira Washington qualified for prizes. Andrew M. Thomas, 1086 session.

week 8 column. Mrs. Gerowa Adams Mrs. Audrey Kelly Mrs.
.... .... .... .... .... .... I
Graylyn Lesesne and Mrs. Marilyn Macon were among -

members present.
The home of Mrs. B.L. Gaines.1762 Venus Street,

was the scene of the annual pre-St. Valentine .... .... .... .... .... ....

Party given by Kelvinette Bridge Club. One guest

I: player participated on this occasion.Mrs. Eatre Noun Bridge Club met last Saturday evening" -I )

Emmalee T. George, Mrs. Essie D. Silva, in the home of Miss Mozelle Bruton.

Mrs. Dorothy Oliver, and Mrs. Thelma Greene won After exchanging st.Valentine gifts, prizeswere

prizes in the bridge session. Everyone was a awarded for the bridge session. Mrs. Elizabeth !

winner, however, as there was an exchange of Simmons Mrs. Helen Hart and Mrs. Frances

gifts by umbers. Johnson were recipients of prizes. x

At a previous meeting held in the home of Miss

Daisy Gil Hard. Mrs. Essie D. Silva, Mrs. Pearl .... .... .... sees .... SeCe tL

Mackey, Mrs. Barbara Harper, and Mrs. Doris: Ben- BIRTHS

nett quail fled.for awards.
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Other Kelvinettes present included Mrs. Sarah -
Mr. and Mrs. George 5645 Mahlia Dr.; Boy.
Lovett, Mrs. Geraldine Billiard, Mrs. Celestine
Horne 1453 W. 21st St.
; ; Mr. and Mrs. Eugene
Nicks and Mrs Pauline Davis. Special Purchase.
Boy.Mr. Scott; 2115 Venus Ct. ;
and Mrs. David Her mother or her sister?
.... .... .... .... .... Boy.
Young; 3635 Flynn Ave.:
Mr. and Mrs. WilliamT.
Girl. TarTer; 1404 W. 13th each
Les Treize Allies and guests enjoyed a pre-St.
Mr. and Mrs. Garfield
Street; Girl. Whether: you want the excitement: of a different
in the hose of Dr. and Mrs. W.
party Davis; 1330 Barnett St.; Mr. and Mrs. Willie hair shade or want to give new life to dull or
W. Schell, 1510 Jefferson Street. In addition to Apt. IL; Boy. gray hair .insist on the long-1aatiDg haircolor
5836 Droad While They Last
husbands of club members, Mr. and Mrs. Ira Randolph Mr. and Mrs. Jacob Gor- ; in the famoua red package GodefroyaLarieuae.
Street; Girl. n'.easy to apply and complete in
and Mr. Al C. Joyner enjoyed the affair. don 1960 W. Durke Dr.
; ; Mr. and Mrs. Milton one pacbge-tbere'. nothing else to buy.
Mrs. Doris Jones entertained the group at midnight Boy. -
Rice; 1018 Everson St.; .......
with traditional Valentine music. Members
Mr. and Mrs. Dave Jl1Jf.I'LOWLY
and guests joined in the singing of avers! num Evans; 7234 RichardsonRoad Girl.Mr. and Mrs. Walter YfJ<
bers. ; Boy. Skinner: 1716 W. 21st Mf .351O 011v.St..St.LOul..... OPEN MONDAY AND FRIDAY NMHTS
Lea Treize Amies membership roster is com- Mr. and Mrs. Carl. Bell; St. ; Girl Go4efro Company

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Plan Public i Service Projects Y/OBS/ Supports Top Official i I SparksConfab

JWC YMCAs FundRaising .

Drive ,.1' ;
s' :; ,

Radio Station lOBS, .
j : Jacksonville, Florida
) jr iF. a r 1kr
has assumed responsibility

for major improvements -

at James Wel-

don Johnson Branch of

\ the YMCA a part of thecitwide

"Y" system

that, because of geo-
r a1
f-_ graphical location, will

especially serve the -

l Negro youth of the

northwest section of the

: ..: ., :i ty. '."I

\ ',;; :. : ;c' ?t : Ire plan to go all out E: M., 1fi

in this long
\ -'- ;' "' ': f range pro-, iI

b:1"c:: : ...... ; ,. ,.., ,. .... ":.i : .'h _. gram of capital Improve a ,
: ....'> .<<, "r' .'. -....,/' -'10'', ./ .4 -..- J- ments, said Larry

Picus, president of the
PLAYS rca A COLL3DE BOWL with current events of 1963 as main topics were radio station operating

I A discussed last Sunday afternoon by officers and members of the Progressive company. We are goingto

a,: Young'Hens' Club which meets every" Sunday at 3 P.m. in Brewster Hospital's use out facilities

; E Assembly Room. Keenly Interested In aiding in man'.s revision toward a better and staff to the fullest sr

::1 life, the club's main objectives will be centered ar und Juvenile delinquency, extent in order to build

a more democratic government and Improved relationship between people, organizations baseball diamonds, bas- _
1 a
and institutions. Seated from left are: Wallace Green, secretaryof ketball courts, tennis i

welfare; Alfred Thompson vice president; Frederick Harper, president; courts a swimming pool

'I Samuel Newman, secretary of records, and George Champion other members are and, eventually ade- _

James Williams, treasurer; Stafford Thompson; Samuel Wynn, chief of correspondence quate permanent building t :

and William osborne. for this facility.
These all badly
:I are
Blocker Band s Vets Can Make Sepia Ladies. needed,'.said Mr. Picus.

of the fundraising
Annual ConcertSet Extra Loan PaymentsVeterans Elect OfficersMeeting campaign has

For Mar. 8th t with GI loans recently in the been obtained from the

home of Mrs. Minnie Board of Management of
can make extra paymentsto _
: The Isaiah Blocker Band the James Weldon Johnson
Thomas 2120
:1 their mortgage hold- Moncrlef
will present its annual Branch of the YMCA and
Rd. the Sepia Ladies
concert on Friday, ers at any time or Social Club completed the Board of Directorsof ,ALUMNI MEE'l'ING---Carver Portlock (third from left) National Executive Secretary of the Bethune*

March 8th at 8 p.m. in they may pay off their the Young 'Men' Cookman College Alumni Association, mat with the Jax chapter last week to confer on the National
unfinished business for
the school auditorium.The entire loans without any Christian Association of ;N Reclamation program and the college's capital fund drive. Portlock addressed the group informally
the previous year and
band was officially, penalty minimum charge.The extra. held their annual elec- Jacksonville. Using film slides and a movie camera to stress sevefal Important issues. Seated from left are: Mrs.

A organized in 1955 with pay- tion of officers.The Emma Feather, Miss Mabel SteM rt, acting secretary, Mrs. Vera Davis, reporter; Miss C. B. Morehead,

i a small ensemble under mint a veteran may makeon following are now Fla. A&M Coed and Mrs. Gertrude Styles. parliamentarian. Standing from left: William Huggins, William Brewington,
his GI home loan is .
its present director serving in their new Mr. Portlock, Nathaniel Davis, president; Ezekiel Bryant, vice president; Rev. Golden Smith and
the amount of one monthly
Mrs. Norma Solomon White posts: To Compete On Willie Pittman. The local chapter is planning on presentation of a spring formal for benefit of

Since then the band has payment or $100, Mrs. Orlean Peacock, the scholarship fund... (Royal Art Studin Photn\
whichever is less B.J.
grown to a 62 piece con- president; Mrs. Peah
Gannon Officer in Science Fair Slated
Fete *
cert unit. Hart vice president; Anniversary * * *
Charge VAO, Jackson-
The band has attended Mrs. Vera Anderson re-

each .District and State ville, pointed out. cording secretary.; Mrs. Lewis, a senior home For Johnson School Scheduled SundayThe -- ____ -
Should the veteran economics major at 'rr'-r--1--I-I-- T 4 II sI 11y "
Band Festival since Elizabeth Pierce.treasurer -
later become hard Florida A&M University, :With James Weldon John- C
1956 In each Festival press- ; Mrs. Gloria Glenn Rose of Sharon Good Luck Can Be Gained !1 )
ed for money., they added. is In national competi- son Junior High School Bible Club will cele- (
Isaiah Blocker Band received financial secretary; tion for the 1963 Pills- For Immediate
Help Consult
the extra payments already selected as this year's brate its first anni- 3
Superior Ratingsin Mrs. Ruth Golden, cor- Awards r '
bury Program. C'
made may--if the site committees are versary Sunday beginningat I 7h
Its Marching. Concert responding secretary; Miss Lewis is I
1 lender agrees--be re- presidentof already at work to make 4 p.m. in the home of ( \\ MRS KING -? )
and Sight Reading. The Mrs. Frances Pierce assistant the Home Economics ,
applied to regular pay- the Duval Schools March Mrs. Ethel Madison, 1814W. r'If ,
Festivals were held in financial sec- Club and last year was )
ments in order to pre- 9th Science Fair the 13th Street. (
chairman of the
Orlando. Tallahassee vent the loan from going retary: Mrs. Georgia program You Are With )
best in the history of Appearing on the pro- Overcome Conditions That) Are Not
Y.W.C.A She is from
Alachua, Fernandina. into default.Gore r.rawfcr< assistant recording : the event. (Natural, see This Gifted worker. She Can And Will
Midvllle Georgia.The gram will be Miss Mae ]
Hastings, Gainesville To. Preside secretary: Mrs. winner will .receive William C.. Brewingtonis : .. Francis. Mrs. Dora Brown ( Help You. No Matter What Your Hope, Fear Or}
St. Augustine'and'Jack-*' Gertrude Brown business a -$1.000 -cash grant, ayear's chairman and UlyssesJ. Mrs. Daisy Kelsey Mrs. C Troubl Mrs. King Gives Help & Advice On Mar-

sonville.. At Societies Confab manager; Mrs. Viola job as associate Beaty co chairman. Ethel Madison, Mrs. Katie riage. Jobs Good Luck Health And All Problems3kOf

Many of the former Faulk, parliamentarian; director of Pillsbury'sJunior Exhibits on any Lou Pickett. Miss Life. Mrs. King Is Not A Gypsy. )
WIS. Dr.
Blocker Band members are MADISON. Mrs. Minnie Thomas, made (satisfaction & Success Guaranteed! Lucky Days &
George W. Gore Jr. pre- Home Service Cen- scientific subject Betty Daniels Mrs. J
presently participatingin sident of Florida A&M chairman gift committee; ter and a choice betweena by students may be Terrel, speaker; M.R. Numbers. Hrs. 9-9-Closed Wed. p.m. Sun. 12-)

the New Stanton Tallahassee Mrs. Leola Brown, chap- $2.500 grant for grad- entered if students are Carswell.Mrs. (5 p.m. Rus 21. Highway 90 E.':
Senior High School Blue will preside when the lain and Mrs. Genieviene uate study the following enrolled in schools with Naomi Nathan is c 5505 Beach Blvd. New Beach Read ;
Devils Band, the Florida Thomas, reporter.Two .
Association of College year or a permanent grades ranging from president and Mrs. Mary
c Jacksonville Fla. '
former members who
A&M University Marching ,
Honor Societies meets position with the Pillsbury'Company. Grades one through frapp reporter. Other .J

Hundred and various here at the Universityof had gone on leave ot absence -, _' twelve. Participantsfrom clubs and friends are t 44 63 86 42 81 40SALE .J

military bands of the were welcomed back be chosen private publicand 4rtk1 .. .
Wisconsin Feb. 2223. She will invited w w 4VV 4VV dVVIIa.
Army and air force.. into the fold. A delicious finalists parochial schoolsare
'Responsibility of the among seven
The Annual Band Concertis repast was .
visit eligible.All
Superior Students forFxcellence" during a two-day
a project of the will be the served and a pleasant to Minneapolis for exhibits will receive -

Band Parents. The officers evening was enjoyed.The participation GOOD
Judging. These seven a
theme of the meeting. e ,
are: president next meeting will and
finalists receive -
Dr. Gore has pre- ALL WEEK
Mrs. N.L. Davis, vice be held Sunday at 5 p.m. $250 cash awards Intermediate grades have
sident of the Associa-
president Mrs. W.W. for the two in the home of Mrs. Vera are first selected from been required to make F.b20 thru Feb. 24
tion past
Schell, Jr. ; recording Anderson, 3418 Davis.St. exhibits while
It is composed of the field of all appli- group 2 DISCOUNT STORES
secretary Mrs. Harrison years. .,'1 officers and membersare cants by the Awards Advisory pupils in the Junior-
32 honor societies
some 830 Cosset Ave.
assistant secretary, urged to be present. Council. Members senior high divisionwill
which include such well- (NEAR COLlttf)
Mrs. C.R. Belton; finan- 'known organizations as of the Council include: exhibit individual

cial secretary Mrs. W. Phi Beta Kappa, MortarBoard Fla. Normal Broadens Miss Marietta Henderson, proj ects. 1824 W. Bearer St.

M. Reed, treasurer; Mrs. Kappa Tau Alpha, chairman of Hood College The fair will be open U.S.90 N."StHItt..

R.C. Solomon", reporter.Mr. and Alpha Kappa Mu. Its Library Services Maryland department of to the public on the

C.E. Simmons. Jr. ; Dr. Gore, currentlysecretarytreasurer home economics; Dr. Mar. 9th opening date. HEAVY WESTERN

business managers, Mr. of ST. AUGUSTINE -- The School. dean
Miriam G.
M and Mrs. D.T. Stewart; Alpha Kappa Mu, foundec Library of Florida Nor- State University St. Phillips Women
of Oregon
the organization some BEEF
chaplain Mrs. L.I. SALE
mal and Industrial Memorial '
school of home
Alexander. 25 years ago. s
College has recently economics; Dr. PorothyD. Plan Pancake SupperThe

developed a Scott director of women of St. Phil-
'4'.1 c14...-: _' rlLrl voluntary type service HIND QUARTER cut & wrapped
Ohio State University'sschool lips Episcopal Church 45C
program in order to ac-, of home economicsDr. will sponsor a Pancake A f.Wr. I 1001 SOU*.

comodate other groups in, Janice M! Smith supper Tuesday. night FINANCE IT THE .
St. Johns, Putnam and head of the Universityof Feb. 26 from 5 until PREMIER WAY- NOTHING DOWN-4 MO. TO PAY

Clay Miss counties.Minna Frank. Librarian home Illinoiss economics.departmentof House o'clock 321 in W.the Union Parish St. Premier's Best BEEF SALE. No Dealers At These Prices

IBttTnST; ( hate: at FNIMC. stated Mrs. Beulah Hughes, LOAD THAT FREEZER NOW!
that plans are being .
Sponsors Party SaturdayThe president and Mrs. JamesA.
i completed In order to
t broaden the present ser- Hall committee FULL CUT ROUND
Savt 69
vice now being made White Carnation chairman, are urging 30eSavt .
Grcdl 1rf Gii1m Social and Savings and the
) to members, friends
0 0 0 available persons
? not Club will sponsor a general public to take e LB.u.
and groups
how are: they, linked necessarily connected party Saturday. night at advantage of this delicious 49c .

I with the college.In 1712 Payne St. There repast which

fum Eghh h 1ti) ? commenting about the will be plenty and of the refreshments will be available cents at SIRLOIN STEAKS r.30c 65 It.

extent to which the col- only fifty per .

lege library is being public is invited. person.
( used by outside groups, RIB STEAKS
the librarian mentioned GREY HAIR Need Worry You No More Sav. 30c 49 ".

Both native inventions that Englishmenstill
are visits by local school
Wm. J. Brandt's EAU DENNA

hold dear. Surprisingly though, the teachers administratorssome LIQUID HAIR COLORER CHUCK ROAST Sav 20c 39

Bowler did not make its appearance on of whom brought .., NthwtM .. tMt ..
t *
WM e. ir y Mir ta 11. J
London streets until 1855,a full -- class groups with them. .OM..w a.*.M 4.uhsu...taw wit p a..hilt.. u..titan*,r.,WI. M.w M fcM. Mwd.....

86 Alexander Gordon N. sacra N. --.
years One elementar'schoolteacher'brought
introduced his remarkable gin. her ..
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drink .c1 talc tw Aaa. Luvs. C
f .1 The Gordon's you class of slow learnersto eM MU.F.e .trtM__ NIB
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back -. a .nl M rr .ny aHMC- SMOKED
today harks to the library to give
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VM.CM cew y |ray.M LaM.I Mw s.btiara
found reason to tell" period. .r taw u..... BLACK STAYS BLACK.AH .

tamperwith such unique Persons visiting the awl stay **.WOMBEIFUL FOl TOUCHiMO UP

Jonathan Sewell Libraryfor >.. .. .. .. .. .... .. .. ..
CM put |Mt < CAe. r
and delicate M Mr .wr r EyM }
dryness D M....M.. MM vial..... ..*4 a.._ ... IM OM. !. ........*. FRYERS LB.27c
first time would
flavour.Why would we? lasotlCordon's the DOES MOT tlTIirUI WITH '11 11111 liT WAVES
be amazed to observethe r a tfirvcttwi taiMck a.. to !....> a._ s.CAUTlOJIt *1tM iOTMJ
is the biggest GIN /IrK/M N INN.' C.11n. Dart $ +..t 1I.M $rm i
.faMwn..M. variety of people Aiitojr Pr c a p r tea tLM cito* n.rra't. GA re'. M
selling gin in England, I ::.= oar lava tor Mm isms.. YMT, ....y Mck M Met KXirttr
America and the world.. representing all age MAIL OROIRSxAM SIC PaMrcl Tu MC Me MH OMfMt. STEWING LB.15C
levels taking advantageof .. -.,..- HENS!

the facility which is DIXIE PHARMACY

PIOOUCT Cf n.t.A.astattstaloal anrrlLlooltotrIt, snn1Lastxtla exerting all efforts to Watch.the World's Greatest Gospel SingersR'JXT

trot cool iq nos eotoars wr Lr w Eta trtoElt a x assist the community in CHANNEL ,I EVERY SUNDAY, 8:3f A.M.
1305 Road Jacksoatille Fla
improving its overall KillS ; Spontnrrd by Premfer Meat Mar"tt.SATURDAY *

library services. \


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Taps Proiect Winners UBESS Plans State PTA's Church Of Christ Written In Heaven p: I

Sunday will be observedas Prayer meetings are

Book ReviewThe In SessionA.L. annual Youth Day at held 'nightly from 8 I t

Eastside Branch Osgood president. Church of Christ Written until 9 clock.

Public Library has been of the Florida Branch in Heaven, 1434 KingsRd. Visitors are welcome at ,

selected National Congress of ., Bishop J.C. Blakely all services amid ey-. 1
by United
Parents and Teacher? pastor. Sunday Schools
Builders of Economic and Post Season Fete I
are holding the 1963thirtsix will begin at 10 a.m.
Social Structures as k
annual con- with Mrs. S.M. Bown, The Lily of the Valley
the place for their
vention, February 2123in superintendent and Social and Savings Cl rt>
first annual book
re- Ft. Lauderdale. teachers in charge. held its annual post
view, which will beheld
All sessions are heldat Morning worship beginsat holiday season party recently -
Feb. 24, from 4 to .
Dillard ComprehensiveHigh the usual hour and in the hose of
6 p.m. Mrs. Willys F. School which start- Miss Annette Taylor will Mr. and Mrs. King S.

x Dennis, librarian, will ed Thursday morning, at be the principal speaker Fussell.A .

r 1 be the reviewer.The 9 a.m. when the Board of Usher Board 2 and Choir delicious repast with
book to be reviewed Managers held its first
2 will serve and Mrs. all of the fixings wee
is designed to meeting.The Dorothy Blakley will served and presents were ;'

motivate the thinking President's messagewas serve as piano accom- exchanged. Games highlighted .
of both young and old, heard at the open- panist. the eV&Riag'ssocial
ing session which beganat
as well as to entertain. YPCW will meet at 6 p.m program aad a
Miss Betty Scott, one of 10:15 a.m. with G.Z. with the president and wonderful time was reported -
Morris of Montgomery.
the most talented young officers in charge.The by all.
people of our city will Alabama. National Pre- Misses Gloria Jordan The next regular meet-

SUCCESSFUL PROJECT---Completion of a recently sponsored Talent Show by the Mothers' Club of Isaiah be featured on the jro-, sident giving the key- and Mary Kathy Brown ing will be held Ho&day

Blocker Elementary School in the school auditorium was hailed a success and the sponsors wish to gram. note .address at 2 p.m. will 'conduct devotional night. Feb. 25 at 8 o'

thank all who contributed in carrying. the project over the top. As a result, Mrs. Wilma Irving won This gesture by Ubessis Broward County Night on services. MissionaryAnnie clock in the home of Mrs

first prize and was declared Homeroom Mother of the 7-1 Class; second prize went to Mrs. P. V. in relation to their Thursday evening had at M. Pearson will be Mary E. Dunbar. 912 W.

Wilson, Homeroom Mother of 8-8 Class and third honors were awarded Mrs. Lillian Saunders, Homeroom goals in building Dillard High School Mrs. the principal St.

Mother of 7-6 Class, the honorees having sold the largest number of tickets, respectively. Shown social structures. as its speaker speaker.ROYAL

above, (standing from left) are 'some of the mothers who participated in the project: Mesdames Lil- Chairman of the review Lula therapist G. Daye,Broward speech ART STUDIO

lian Saunders, Corine Fleming, P. V. Wilson, Florida Cave, Wilma Irving, Dorothy Hull, Jessie M. committee is Mrs.

Blackshaw, T. Candy Davis, Ivory Sirmons, Letha Thomas, N. R. Lowe, A. M. Reddick. Other membersare Ethel Liptrot with Mrs. County.The afternoon. sessionwas 515 DAVIS STREET

Mesdames Carrie Moody, A. Washington and E. Davis. Proceeds will go for the purchase of new Dorothy K. Owens, cochairman -
given over to study Order Now at Reduced Prices
curtains for the school auditorium. other com- which covered
mittees with their va- groups ., Photo Cards
Award Recipient Changes Made fully the programs of
Named State's Only
t rious representativesare action as outlined in Indiiidaals Family Groups
For Korean Vets Mrs. J. W. Bolden, the prepared plan of I Clubs

Honor StudentsAT Mrs. Annie M. Sims, work book.A .
Vocational TrainingThe Mrs. Callie JohnsonCone banquet was given on Black & White ColorSepiaione

FLA. A & MTALLAHASSEE j '.'-I and Mrs. Vivian Friday evening and had
: general deadlinefor G. Copeland. as its guest speaker
One hun- ? vocational rehabilitation Andrew T. Hatcher Associate Quality Photographs

dred and thirty students ;;!w.'' 't ,, training for din Post Valentine Party Press Secretaryto Churches Weddings SocialsDial I
: at Florida A and 'M Uni- .JJ', \ ; ,"
; ; -<< abled Korean conflict the President of the
versity made the honor J ::- veterans has been eliminated Lily White Lodge No. United Ftates. EL 4-1894

roll during the first > according to the 174 will hold a post The final session on

trimester, announced E. of P Veterans A dmin istYation. Valentine Party Sunday Saturday morning fea-

M.Thorpe, director of -I wIA.w The deadline for com- Feb. 24 from 4 until 6 tured Memorial Servicesfor BAJKETBAILCIRCUT/.
the office of admissionsand pletion of such training p.m. in the home of Mrs. departed workers of : "- f -

records. formerly was January 31 Angelina Hogans. 1350 P.T.A. A new feature of I

Thorpe said 11 students 1964, or nine years McConlhe St.. Mrs. Rlzie the convention was a

made all A's during the after being separatedfrom Cook, president an- special breakfast where

q period and seven of the armed forces nounced. Mrs. Sophia all prizes and awards :... i : 'IIi

these students have had V whichever was earlier Cnok is the secretary. were issued.

their registration fees B.J. Gannon Officer in PUM;

waived for the current Charge VA Office Jack- V .

trimester. If they repeat sonville, said.

as all-A students center m of Brew- Under terms of a law Consultation __. JACKSONVILLE
again this trimester CONSULT DR. SMITH FREE
1 ster Hospital, receives a check for $685.00 fromC. passed by the last Con-
they will get a $600- ExaminationTon COLISEUM
A. Willis (right) chairman of the Eugene gress, a veteran now
scholarship for the 1963 Butler Chapter, American Cancer Society to attenda has a full nine years Will Be Told In Plain Words What the Trouble IS, WEDNESDAY

-64 term. four weeks tumor nursing course: at New York after discharge from the What Is Causing It and What May Be Done To CorrectIt

trimester Attending under school waivered this University's famed Memorial Center in New York armed forces in which to it YOU Suffer With: FEBRUARY :i.

registration fees are: while J. L. Williams jr., 1963 Crusade chairmanfor complete his training, ARTHRITIS HEADACHES THROAT DISORDERS

Viceola Blackshear 1963 looks on. Mrs. Merritt is the only with, no cut-off deadline ASTHMA BLOOD PRESSURE .SINUS INFECTIONS ._ 27
Tallahassee; Isabella Floridian to win this year's coveted award which at :an earllerdate. COLDS HEART DISEASEmRVOUS: DISEASES II.

Copeland, Tallahassee; is given annually by the American Cancer So- Before starting their INFLUENZA STOMACH DISORDER PELVIS DISEASES

Bobby G. Jordan.Atlanta. ciety's scholarship fund. She leaves for New training they must be RHEUMATISM BLOOD &: SKIN PROSTATE TROUBLE !iJijlu1IThU!
interviewed and tested __ _
Ga. ; Willie J. Lyde, York on Feb. 24th. (Billy Brown Photo) NEURITIS DISEASES INTESTINAL DISORDERS .
VA counselors to
Pleze, Miami; June D. Health Board Warns Of Rabid Raccoons determine their aptitudes i LUMBAGO LIVER &: GALL BLADER DISORDERS

Rainey, Tallahassee; and ,The State Board of increasing in Florida and interests.. Gan- MEN AND WOMEN ATLANTIC CITY SEA GULLS

Adolphus Lewis. Jackson- Health said rabid raccoons Dr. W.G. Winkler acting non explained.The training will be at I treat conditions,commonly considered surgical PLUS 8 BIG TIME ACTS ....,....H.... A
Atc ts4 '
ville. apparently are director of the without the use of a knife. Modern methods of diag- INCLUDING
government expense and +::..
Division of Veterinary nosis and treatment, FREE-EXAMINATION APPOINTMENT 1S4.1 _
in addition the veteran ITME HI-DI-MO MAN
You Don t wave to Go to Town to Get Public Health, warned. may receive subsistence ONLY-28 years successful practice in Jacksonville. BATES & CO.AND .

persons. to stay away allowances as well as HOURS 10 a.m. to 6:30 p... ---- PHONE EL 4-1187 MANY OTHUS$1.5tV$2.00$2.50

LOW PRICES from any 'wild animals-- the disability compensa- DR. REX SMITH ( .

particularly raccoons- tion. 900 West State Street (Upstairs) .*. ." ..1.!AIL.,CliMMm TAXES! INCL.Tlck.N .>,< D_.t--.
which appear tame or ill Ticket Of ic., Hmmin Park
because rabid animals Office Formerly Occupied by Dr. Lyncker-Opposite Ritz Ticket.....,Or..<._..Acco CncUt..Self k.Add'<*S*Check."IM'.!."M....O..,t.C. ...
On Tour lose the sense of fear.

V Dr. Winkler said some 'u .
DRUG STORE NEEDS believe rabiesis '
persons t .
:: ,
prevalent in hot W A d. :
Trade With Your Neighborhood Drug Store more rem ecm .F3ViFT.V.
i weather but he added reed
I "weather is not major tr .
We Deliver-We Also Fill All Doctors'Prescriptions I I
I factor in this very >

dangerous disease. The ii' '" ;,
Dixie I
Pharmacy reason more cases are Acs . simpl. right to V.
reported in warm monthsis Vr
1302 KillS Road at Myrtle AicaaePhoaes because men and ani- blanket ", /.- .J
active out j ,
mals are more ...the certainty that tomorrow this
EL 3.559798NNNNNNN doors then." child of war wracked Asia will J
Last year the board have a bowl of milk and a warm
j r N-- ...... distributed 419 dosesof meal. -
E PAY Y6BR LIGHT, WATER SKI TELEPHONE anti-rabies vaccine WANTED..your help to make '.
for humans bitten by this come true. -
BILLS AT BUR STORE animals to safeguard GIVE through your church. Help .

against possible rabies. provide the money and materials -- i:
Once the disease develop Church World Service sends overseas .

t death is certain.So each year to assist millionsto t
dignity, strength and a new "
far this year 10 way of life. GIVE during ONE t
cases have been reported GREAT HOUR OF SHARING AT
among raccoons: 1 fox. YOUR CHURCH ON SUNDAY Banana pudding for detwrt'! "My
r e
family raves about this simple recipe.
MARCH 24th. st
1 bat and 1 wild cat. # Mrs. Johnson admits "And I know its
k r nourishing because I make it with Car
l nation. It's my milk for all my cookistg
Selt 10cd Cenlef -cocoa and cereals too." Carnation h%
...... the red and white can is the weM
favorite brand by far.
W! : ----- ,
.5, a "rir x Myrtle Ave. and Adorns Phone >tg} r T- r rI :: \
rI I recipe -
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Salt (Wet Roe u. 89c I SAlT MUllET .... 29c rr I BANANA PUDDING

MEDIUM MULLET u. 20e f I iI (Maters 4 to 6 tervi..t.) I II I

LARGE FRESH MULLET u. 29c r 24 to 28 vaaNto wafers I

MEDIUM SHRIMP 89e U'tf 79c Three happy,healthy little girls keep the David J. Johnson Jr. home in Baltimore I 1 package vaflMa pudding I
4 u. rinsing with laughter and mnric.Here they enjoy a comparatively quiet"tea"party I and pie fiMfes mx
LARGE SHRIMP '1.15 beside their doll bouse. Left to right: Ais,134) years; Marcbell. 10; and Dana 3. I 1 CUP undjutad I
1 NJl u. II I

A_ ,a ROE WATT SHAD u. 4!' STEAKTISHFftBH U.LAtGI 59- What are these-- little girls made of? I I I 1 1 to cup 2 water sHced bananas I I

CATFISH t.. O. FLOUNDER u. 49' Sugar and spice and everything nice. .1 I wafers.Line a quart Mix Use casserole pudding wJtt mix retlMe CTM I I

11 rI STICKLED Won and water In a saucepan.: Cook
TROUT U. 55c BED BASStti ..39' and plenty of Carnation-the milk with extra Vitamin D I according to package directions. Pour I

for sparkling teeth sturdy bones and glowing good health I I half of pudding
GN Kingfish STEAKS ....49e I mixture into fined
I casserole. Top
u. He is sales supervisor
Invites You To Listen TO 10 Ik. ...*% U. *?. PANUM "When they are good they are very, of Fine Arts. I with banana slices.
leading company.
Johnson. a
35c very good declares Mrs. Place remaining I
T* Afriv Mfay "And they often get a reward-banana "All my girls were Carnation babies" wafers on top of
"KNIGHT TRAIN"Starting GeR.. PMrxw for tnOtnf MM pudding for dessert: (Recipe right.) Johnson points out. "The doctor I pudding. Cover

RED SNAPPER u. 5Bc.u...- ,a. "Marchell collects dolls and plays the recommended'it-and if s still their favorite I with remaining. I
when add I I pudding mixture.ChHI
she and Dana are taking milk. Even you an
At 7:00 p.m. Nightly- GOURMET CORNER : tI ballet.Mrs.Johnson studied voice and equal amount ot water Carnation is I I before serving. I

to Th Wh U*. Tte b to* muck at Capitol University.Mr.John- richer than sweet whole milk. I L--
UA DtpC.a Afrtcaltaw Handbook era, .."... c., cI -."". rar o a +rtr
1400 Academy
1400 -, WIHC: | I CONCH MEAT is. 49e I son studied at Pennsylvania Cilllllpa M.(Fowte

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-Retired Librarian City Spreads Welcome Mat To Youth Delegates Bethune Observes ABOUT PEOPLE

Sparks Peace z 4 z Alumni Day Feb. 24

ice. s : Carver A. Portlock. The new chapter of Eta Phi Beta Sorority will
Corps Activities + Y <_ ..T R @T.fn.c Executive Secretary of celebrate Founder's Day Feb. 24, at Galilee Baptist -
s Bethune-Cookman College Church, 3233 Gilmore Street. Mrs. Taelma
WASHINGTON. D. C. in .4 2 r?
National Alumni Association B. Mitchell, English Instructor at James Weldon
1955 fifty-six year-old announced recently
Johnson Junior High School will be the speaker.
Miss Pauline Young thena that February 24th has
Miss Jacqueline D. Smith will be the guestso-
30-year veteran librarian y5 tJ been set as "AlumniDay.
of Wilmington.Delaware's ." This will occa- loist. '
sion a full day of cele-
School retired.Howard High She bration on the college .... .... .... .... .... ....

hasn't rested since. campus.
Miss Young is now a The day will begin for The president, officers and members of the
Peace Corps Volunteer in the alumni with worship Century Savings Club will present a birthday
service at Stewart Memorial -
Jamaica. West Indies. Methodist Churchat shower for the organizer, Mrs. A. B. ipHstQB at

During the intervening eleven o'clock. Early 1075 W. Monroe Street, Feb. 28. A program is

years, she was busy during the afternoon, being arranged for the occasion.
throughout the United the alumni will be con-
States conducting mem- gM 4.ti ducted on a tour of the .... .... .... .... .... .... .

bership drives for the campus which will culminate -

NAACP. She participatedin i at the gravesideof Mr. and Mrs. Isaiah Williams of 1458 Royal
4 _
major drives held in k< w the late Dr. Mary Court, announce the birth of a daughter, Feb.

Chicago. Baltimore Mil- McLeod Bethune founderPresidentEmeritus 13, 1963.

waukee and other cities. for
Later Miss Young became 'z.- ._. .m the laying of a wreath.At .... .... .... .... .... ....

President of the Dela- 4 p.m. the alumni and

ware State Conference of Guests will gather in Mrs. Lillie Frederick of 2281 Calvin St., left

NAACP Branches. Gertrude Hotchkiss Heyn the city recently for Youngstown, Ohio to attend -

Miss Young and three 1 Memorial Chapel for the funeral of her son, Milton Love, formerly -
other Peace Corps LIbrarians the main program. of this city. Mrs. Frederick is a member

are assigned the Immediately followingthe of Grant Manorial AME Church.
job of cataloguing 100, main program will

000 books. These books :. be a reception in the .... .... .... .... .... ....
have been in use throughthe .. college refector, to

parish libraries, and : give all returning a- Members of Sarah Dawkins Court 69, Heroinesof
the only time they have l lumni opportunity for Jericho will have their annual post Valentine
been used was when some- .,>Bm T the final fellowship of Dinner Friday Feb. 22 at 8 p.m. in the home 0 f
one saw a book on the the day.
Mrs. Hattie Jackson 1141 W. 12th Street. Mem-
shelves they desired to The will be
tw. program
bers have been requested to bring a guest.
read. broadcasted locally over Following dinner, gifts will be exchanged.
In addition to the radio station WELE and

actual cataloguing. Miss an outstanding array of STARTING
Young is training a num- alumni talent is being The
ber of Jamaican assis- F assembled for the event. .

tants in cataloguing S j PLAYBOY MAGAZINE

echniaues. Turnpike's Speed I w,.The BEST'cutie'
... r
HOUSE FOR RENT JAX MAYOR COMMISSIONER Haydon Burns (top photo center), gave the welcome address to movie to date."

3 BDRJI-Iestside-Near Bus 280 delegates representing schools of 17 cities throughout the state for the two-day Limit IncreasedTAMPA .: .ef1. ir4c pt
Stop-Also RXS-H&C Water-NO State YMCA Hi-Y and Tri Hi-Y conference here last weekend in New Stanton Senior High : QSr4ssar! ,

Snail Children El 4-3720 School. The Charles D. Brooks Hi-Y Chapter served as host. Jacksonville, hostingthe -. :i off P \tie d \\-0\a9' I. l .

conference for the first time in 13 years, opened up its homes free of charge to -- The oppor- ; ao r
IMPERIAL SUNDRIESPatent the young lady delegates and the boys were housed at Jax Naval Air Base. Rev. Samuel tunity to legally drive \\ "

MedicinesCosmeticsAll P.Nesbitt, associate pastor of the Church of God in Christ gave the keynote address. 70 miles per hour will i f" *.1:*
20 ".
to all Gorgeous
be available
Leading Faculty advisors from host Stanton Senior High Schools were Mrs. M. C. Thomas, Mrs. "
Hair Preparations Amy S. Currie, Miss L. E. Solomon. Eddie B.: Marshall' W. ,-Muldrow, and Reid Jack- motorists using the \ :)t* Continental CutieskIkeMj *;
and o-M\Not :
Cor. Broad & AshleyEL son. Mrs. Alpha Moore had charge of the music. The conference was sponsored by the after Florida February Turnpike 20th.on s() Y / |;;,f--
4.2159 State YMCA Clyde C. Smith executive secretary and James Weldon Johnson Branch YMCA
The Turnpike Authority'sdecision iJMEHs He, *
Thomas Hargrave executive secretary.
existing 65 mph limit to
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..TIRES ACCESSORIES TUIES IATTERIES BRICK HOMES-3 BDRM2BathsCarportBuilt engineered into the Sex Romp In YearstMa'lt !
WC ARC A Sfft'/Cf STATION In four laned. limited access -
.DIAL JJOT A FILLING 35T-9588 SJ\TJffN"* Oven &:;, .mge-As ,Low.As.... facility. hda ILttle

$400 Down-$72 Monthly- A The 40 mph minimum speed
WHITE a SOI 1289 Kings Rd Model Home-6234 Cleve- 'F Lf limit was retained. DtttriWt kf lMf1 Pietent. Cor, nliMHere's _
land Road PO 5-1296 -

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Speaker Service for Ban- taMS. APTS-H&C Water- the New LookIn

quets, Concerts, Record CHIPPrS ROOMING HOUSE j HomesNow
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GO 1k Tj I PUBLISHERS HONOR COLLEGE P REEIDENT-Florida A. and M. University President

+ George W. Gore Jr. (second from left) was recently honored by the National

TeemTEEM ,Newspaper Publishers Association when the organization presented the eminent
educator with its distinguished, service award "in recognition of his pioneering -
efforts in journalism education." Second from left is E. Washington

every Rhodes, NNPA president and publisher of the: Phn riP phla TT-JhmP, who presidedover
- the annual mid-winter workshop sessions held at the Hampton House Motel

tingling and Villas in Miami. The presentation was made to Dr. Gore by Dr. Carl ton B. r tale -
- tlmelPIPSI ; Goodlett (left) publisher of TJIPSun-Rppartpr, San Francisco, following his i _.t1o

appearance as featured speaker at the NNPA public meeting. At right is GarthC.
Reeves, managing editor. The Miami News, host publication for the work-
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shop."I 6JC Grad Gets Two BU Awards =- AI L .

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Laude in June
Summa Cum -- -
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h SPORTING IT UPBY Continues' Win StreakAGGIE Rattlers Have All American Norfolk Stoto


-: SOME OF THE MOST INTERESTING: NEWS to be released Cage Candidates In WaiteTALLAHASSEE ) N.C. Big

: ". In recent years was the signing of Sad Jim Jackson Aggie high

Sam Jones by the Los Angeles Angeles. Sad San Florida mark against Savannah ment crowns. scorer for the season,
I and Maurice McHartley
still has many followers who believe the long d'' 1 \&M University had a State in his sophomoreyear When Coach Oglesby was with 20 and 19-points

It ', skinny pitcher can still throw the old "horse ong wait before filing. with 47 points. He looking for a man to hit respectively, led the

: hide." All baseball fans are" well acquaintedwith i candidate for Little poured in 25 field goals from the floor to balance A&T College Aggies to a

the neck illness Jones suffered last spring. Imerica laurels in bas- and three free throws his game, Bellamydid 78-71 victory over the

For a long time it was a question as to whetheror ketball. The Rattlers for 53 points againstBethuneCookman the job. Confrontedwith Norfolk Virginia State

not he would recover, but he did pitch. It is have had several grid this not a single center College Spartans in the

believed that *>.i.. will do the same thing in Los mythical All-American season to break his own and his best reboundersout CIAA basketball game

a Angeles that Robin Roberts did in Baltimore. players and a few who mark of 51 points set when centers Ted here.

FAME AND FORTUNE SEEKS NO INDIVIDUAL, but can might possibly get some earlier against Bene- Allen and Jim Betterson Jackson hit 13-of his

seeks fame and fortune. Mrs. Wilma Rudolph Ward, balloting in basketball dict. were sidelined with Injuries 20-points in th* first

who won world wide fame as a sprinting championby However.. Coach Ed He sparked the Rattlersto Oglesby sent half before the Virginia
her triple gold medal victories in the Oglesby decided to wait Southern Intercolle- Bellamy to center. He defense stiffened and

Olympics. Her success in the Rome Olympics in until he had a front giate Athletic Confer- not only performed wellon McHartley took up the

1960 made her one of the most discussed athletesof rank candidate. The ence tournament titlesin offense but his rebound slack in the final
wait is paying off in '60 and '62. He was soared. period.
all time. In October of 1961, she married average
William Ward, who was also a student at TennesseeA. forward Waite Bellamy. named to the All-SIAC His rebound high of 24 Jackson bucketed the

: and I. College.Mrs. Ward is now suing for Bellamy now has his name tournament and the NCAA grabs came against Be- first field goal of the
on the ballot backed up Regional mythical teams thuneCookman.The and with assis-
divorce. She filed a bill of complaint in Da- :Mdw game
'vison County Circuit court charging her husband with excellent redent last year. He was the St. Louis Hawks of tance from Hugh Evans
R i al s. in the Pat- the National Basketball and Nevil Shed boosted
with crue ty. Mrs. Ward said she and her husband mainspring
have been separated since May of last year. When' Waite came to tiers unprecedented SIAC Association are seeking A&T to a 37-31 halftime
us in 59 we had several and tourna- the services of the
SOME FAMILIAR FACES ON THE SUN'S roster will good ball players'reminisced pre-tourney edge.
LAYDP---Maurice McHartley (24) guard with Florida >>&M cage star Norfolk led just twice
not be seen this year, but there issone thing you Rattler
the A. and T. after this season during the game, after
College Aggies, buckets a layup Ford Cobra
can bet on and that is you will be able to see basketball coach Oglesby -
\1 despite the block attempt by Norfolk Virginia 'I would like to' get to two minutes of play at
the familiar face of Roberto Maduro. He is one "We had a 22-4 sea- "
State play pro ball. he said 4-3. and at 12:15 of the
Sun that is not up for sale. He is one Sun on College Spartan David Brcwn, in a game son record and won the Rated StrongContender
"but I am planning a first half 15-12. but
played in Greensboro last week. A. and T.
whom no waivers are being asked and he isn't a- won Fouthern Intercollegiate
78-71. career in teaching and never again. The Spar-
bout to be released. Just as long as Jacksonville McHartley scored 18-points for the night, Athletic Conference "
He's'majoring within two-
has him, there will be other Suns to join him. and Brown was high scorer for Norfolk with 18- tournament championship.We coaching. tans pulled
SEBRING -- Ford's new in physical educa- points at 14:15: in the
ROBERTO MEDURO IS THE GREAT HISTORIAN who wrote points. repeated in '60 with
Cobra is gearing to takea tion with a minor in final half as A&T led
without a pencil and pad; he is the great Sports Writer Smith some stellar performance win here at Sebring health. 51-49 but McHartley began -

philosopher who was able to dare and do. When he Signs from Waite"he.quipped.Guard March 23, in the internationally Wills Gets to do the major
was contemplating on moving out of Jersey City, James Stanley and famous 12 damage.

he came to Jacksonville and looked the field $15,000 TV Station Contract center Walt Kennedy were HOUR ENDURANCE RACE. $15,000 RaiseLOS Two other Aggies Nevil

over, he sized up the situation and when he was the top point and re- Already living up to Shed and Hugh Fvans, hit
CHICAGO-ANP---Wendell Smith veteran Pitts- bound-getters respec-
ready to make a move, Jacksonville was it. He ,
its name, the sleek new stealor.Maury Wills in double figures scor-
burgh Courier sports columnist and Chicago's tively. Stanley scored
brought big time baseball to Jacksonville with-
300 HP I engine has already walked out of Dodger ing 15 points each.
American's boxing expert and baseball writer, last, 450 points, averaging
out a big display: of fanfare. He made no great set its fangs into Stadium recently with a High men for Norfolk
big noise. He merely said in all calmness. "We week signed an ,estimated $15,000 a year, three- 17.3 ppg. Lennedy grab- other American road rac- $45,000 contract, topped were David Brown, with
ye'ar contract as a member of news staff station bed 266 rebounds.
are going to have Triple A baseball in Jack-
ing cars, sending them only by Don Drysdale's 18-points and J. Davidson -
sonville." He also said, "We are going to get WBBM-TV. becoming the second Negro to hold such Bellamy, a 195-pound education, down to bitter defeat. $46,000. with 16-points.
6-4. physical
the best players: that can be secured." Those, a post. West Coast top aces in
major from Bradenton, Gibbs Cobras Win-Stunk
are not the only promises he made. All other He succeeded Ben Hol- series of articles on road racing. Ken Miles
has surpassed the
promises were fulfilled Just as the others were. man, former ChicagoDally baseball spring trainingdiscrimination and Dave McDonald have
both Stanley and Ken- Snapped By Hampton Cagtrs
1 Baseball fans, we can happily say: we have ,a News reporter, on which of already set new recordsin
nedy and, perhaps
Triple A pennant winner in our city and we have the staff of WBBM-TV. eventually led to other Rattler cager, the Carroll Shelby OCALA, Fla.---Coach Simon Johnson's Hampton

a Bob Maduro at the head of it.FRIEfDS Holman ,was promoted to several major league barring any 'none. Stanleyset built road racing cars. Junior College Cobras slapped a full court presson

WE ALSO HAVE SOMETHING ELSE; and. that CBS-TV, in New York the teams dropping the cus- a Rattler and Uni- The Cobras under Chief the Gibbs Junior College Cobras of St. Petersburg ;

is a manager who knows how to get the best out network with which WBBM tom of housing Negro versity Gymnasium scoring 'Shelby, are due in Se- matched the once prolific teas fieltffcbsTfor

of his players.: Fans have watched Ben Geraghty is affiliated.With players separately.It' record with 43 Drlng during the next field goal, and bested them at the freethrow

in operation through the years and each year, WBBM Smitty does Cold, Too points before he joined week for final tests line to chalk up a spine-tingling 53-49 victory
There more than 10 0 over the actual 5.2 mile
the always give the best they have. He news and sports commentary -
players Here last week. shocking defeat
flowering plants in the Arctic:, the Navy. grueling road It was a -
is not a tyrant.He does not have his players on an early morning but in Antarctica, an explore rWaite eclipsed that racing for the once proud
w out there under a strain or fear. He is not always show (7:00 to 7:30), botanist notes. circuit for tney badnearly
trying to make some player feel that he has Monday through Friday.One Harlem Globetrotters Appearing Here Wednesday In Coliseum doubled the Ocala

101 men hidden out who are ready to take his of his duties is to scoring performance when

place. He is not a softy, he demands respect.Ben interview sports per- the two played in St.

\ Geraghty is the type of manager that players sonalities.He Petersburg two weeks
.joined the sports
like to work with. Gibbs easily won
staff of the American, ago.
ONE OF THE MAIN VIRTUES of Geraghty ,is that this one 113-60.
in 1948. He was not restricted -
he has no 'picks' He has no foes to punish and The defeat snapped
to Negro news
no friends to reward. He says. it takes nine men Gibbs' junior college
events or to writing
I on a team out there and each one of the nine victory streak at 28
about Negroes, and he
depends on the other eight. It is either you door used his wide contactto straight and set Gibbs'

you don't. If at anytime any fan who attends gain the friendshipsof seasonal record at 12-2.

1 baseball games where Ben Geraghty is the manager top athletes and the Florida Normal Senior

I has ever heard a dissatisfied player complaining leading sports chiefs College handed Gibbs its

and wants to be sold because of harsh or inhuman ,and promoters. only other loss. A
I treatments, please mail in to this column in R A native of Detroit anda search of the records

care of this paper. graduate of West Virginia shows that Hampton was

WELL THE TIME IS HERE for the purchase of sea- college, Smitty, Gibbs' victim seven time
son tickets and the office will be very happy to '48, was columnist and I _: -I prior to this season,

supply anyone who desires them. The season sports editor for the and Gibbs used the Heap-
Courier from 1940 until ton team as a stepping
at the
tickets eliminate a long delay: gate,
especially when you are late getting to the 1948, when he Joined the stone to the long victory -
if staff of the American.His streak after Roose-
park. Season tickets have many good points
"Wendell Smith's I Is velt Junior College
you care to get in on it. N ;
Sports Beat, which handed them their lastJ

still appears in the C defeat back in

.Courier, ;is! widely read.: ___ February, I960.
BYp6 & SONJ When Sonny Liston flat- The Cobras rolled into

tened Patterson in near- Ocala this week with a

"\ record time last Sept. r caravan of loyal rooters

25 reporters throngedthe and a throbbing desiredto
Fuel Oil & Bottled Gas dressing room to report continue their In-

25 Gallons To 1,000 If Necessary the first reactionsof $ vincibility.'

I the new champions.They i
6330 itstiiwi Iriii PHIl Pi 4-9518
found Smith already
{.. .. comfortably seated in r ORDER FUEL

the room 'already chat- *
t -
its Pepsi
J now ting to Liston and his vY1ZcL

handlers. ,
t' forthosewho Enitty is also a pio- RED

neer in race relations. /lSH r rOR

think young He was instrumental in ,
getting tryouts for *

Fop si Jackie Robinson Sam CLOWNING MEADOW LARK LEMON, beloved by millions of basketball fans the world over, FUEL

Jethroe and Marvin Wil- makes like his namesake as he flaps his wings in what appears to be a jump shot. f

liams with the Boston Lemon is a member of the internationally famed Harlem Globetrotters who will appear

'c ." .....": :::: which Red Sox brought back Jackie in 1945 to here in one exhibition encounter only against the Atlantic City Sea Gulls Wednesday bElL!

:\ t. '" -. the attention of the night, Feb. 27 at 8 o'clock in the Jax Coliseum. Cab Calloway, the famed HiDeHoman
.. .
then Brooklyn Dodgers Pegleg Bates and other famed entertainers will feature the halftime show. Admission .d O4 .w.ti.M
.. to & Fid ft.SMI
president Branch Pickey tickets are now on sale at the Coliseum and the ,Coliseum downtown ticket toSMS s .

Sr., and into baseballas office at Heming Park for this fun for the entire family extravaganza. 44SHArignfer

.4. the first member of Lone Star Makes 2nd NAIA lid _. ... .
his race. LI..Y WlikeRs -- -- -- --------- --

In 1961, Smitty wrote a KANSAS crnMo. (ANPA in the National Associa- :
torrid dual has developed tion of Intercollegiate : NER1S
SKin to n a
1f I Athletics' scoring race Is Sidelined

,f\ I between Bob Johnson. ., ,, ,
ST. LOUIS (ANP) The St. ,-.. -- '
WHEN YOU ARE III Fitchburg (Mass. ), and Louis Hawks of the -- '

\ ,' Willie Shaw, Lane (Tenn.). National Basketball

You Seek The Best Doctor who is the defending Assn. last week were fter., I

i ; When your Doctor PrescribesGet champion. dealt a major blow to
Johnson, a freshman, has
Experienced Pharmacists their championship aspirations -,
tallied 456 points and is
...According to your Doctor' when star
averaging 38 points a
Wilkins suf-
Orders. We Use Only The guard Lenny
f ,Dr, u E. Black Best Quality DrupProprietor game, while Shawwho fered a bad cut on the
fI averaged 32.8 points age shin in a game against sKin
to win the crown as
: the Syracuse Nationals. IA
3 REGISTERED PHARMACISTS TO SERVE YOU a sophomore in 1962 is The gash required 12

A COMPLETE LINE OP hitting 37.2 an outing stitches and forced .-1nIMnIfr 10-

4f I. Cosmetics Rubber Goods Candles Sundries for 12 games. Lenny out of the lineup. w......

There also is a close The quick-handed Hawks ... ,.....
f battle in the tau scor- playmaker was .D lpots

The livelier life is more popular than ing chase with Graabling when >the Hawks rsr..

ii .. ever today...and so Is Pepsi-Co1 ....... Lilly's Drug Store (La.) moving back to the road started trip their, as a current resultof 1
front last week, a fraction -
P8I-COU the injury.
And nothing drenches your thirst ahead of Gorham
The Hawks last week, :
>' like a cold inviting Pepsi. (Maine) State. Gramblinr :
3-8216 -
Ill KHtfiS ESAI EL averaging 97.6 were in second place in :
So:think young-say"Pepsi,ptaitr (16-1) is the Western Division of _

_...-tar w nwa w_..--.n.wc ns a...w ......u.r-.e ww.rl points a game. the NBA.

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;;:: Bob Hayes Sets World's 14Yard Dash Record I Ties 220-Yard RunCHOP


: FAMU Flash Pirates Tourney Rattlers Cited At Annual Banquet 7 Teams Sip DOWN FOOD PRICES AT

i Irtiks RtcordIn

P For GJC EvtRf
Hopes Fade s AvenueDrive
Trial 3 ST. PETFESBURG Teams
HAMPTON, VA. After a from seven of Florida's
losing to Elizabeth City z In Market
junior colleges have indicated Super
Teachers College Sat., they will par-

Feb. .9, and Virginia ticipate in the Second Open 1 days a week

State College, Petersburg Annual Florida Junior

1 Aax Tues. Feb. 12, College Athletic As- 7 a.n.

the Hampton Cagers sociation's Basketball

\ tourney hopes have all : Tournament in March. ts 12 J...

With but "disintegrated.the CIAA Tourna-" Jv J// FJCAA Pierce CommissionerFrank releasedthe FreeDelivery

A ment beginning Feb. 28 information on the
and lasting through J1 tournament participants

March 2, there appearsto following a recent meet-

{ be little hope for Ing held in Daytona.

ROBERT HAYES the Pirates to land a He listed Poosevelt
...Fastest HumanLOUISVILLE tourney berth. Junior College of West Phone
I Palm Beach. Volusia
The teachers have bowedto

Ky. -- the Pirates twice in of County Daytona.Community Lincoln College PO 5 9494Be

Fresh from Port Au Spain tournament play, but RATTLERS HONORED DURING ANNUAL BANQUET---Awards went to seven Junior College of Fort
Trinidad where he tied they have beaten the members of the Florida tune in station
A. and M. University Rattlers football Pierce Hampton of sure to on
the world 200-meter run Haoptonians twice in team during the annual
football banquet in the University Commons Ocala Washington of WOBS Saturdayfrom
(20.5) on a curved track CIAA contests. With the recently. They were: end Art Robinson Hallandale Stokes Awardas Pensacola, Posenwald of

-, during the annual South- score close most of the the most outstanding freshman; end Austin Wise Miami Bragg Panama City and GibbsJC 10 a.m. to 6 p.m. brought to

ern Games Sunday week, way, the teachers clin- Memorial Award as the most outstanding all-around senior; half- of Ft. Petersburg as from Edgewood Super Marketby
Fla. A&K's demon you
speed ched the 78-74
victoryon back Charlie
Ward, Thomasville
Ga. Tallahassee Quarterback Club the teams that Indicated
Robert Hayes set an the free throw line.In for Johnnie Shaw.
sportsmanshiphalfback Robert
; Tallahassee
I Paremore. Winterle Saturday their partici- .
f American Indoor record losing Virginia Award, donated by Fred Winterle, as the outstanding back; tackle pation in the tourna-

of 6.9 seconds for the State, one of the top Roosevelt Coleman, Anniston, Ala. Mobley Trophy as the outstanding ent.

t 70-yard dash during the teams in the CIAA Conference lineman; guard Robert Brown, Plant City, J. R. E. Lee Sr., A- Pierce indicated that MEAT SALEThese

third annual Mason-Dixon Hampton led ward, donated by the Rattler Boosters, Inc. for scholarship; and other members of the
Games here last Saturday, most of the first half
halfback Eugene Thomas Akron Ohio, Snake Pit Award, donated by JCAA may seek to participate -
night. The old mark of and down
was by only
C.M. Speed which goes to the best player on the reserve unit. in the tourna- Prices Are Good
7 seconds
was established three points at intermission -
ment. Carver Junior Col-
in 1926 by Loren Mur- 25-22.

chison. Bowl A Rama's Bridges Shooting ticipant lege of Cocoa in last was year's a par- Friday, Saturday, Sunday
Hayes, who record- Tourney
Worries tournament in Fort
breaking exploits Include ,
Pierce and may decide to
s+ a 9.2 second tying Career Said Secure enter the competition.The Plenty COONSSMALL
of the world 100-yard
PORT LAUDERDALE (ANP) Commissioner had received -
k dash record in Miami a
The no official stand
last spring, holds the pre-season train- MEATYSPARE
ing of Marshall Bridges, from member institutions
national small college 39C
i'T ace relief pitcher for Fuwannee Piver Juniorof
I mark of 9.3. and has RIBS
only lost one encouter the New York Yankees, Madison and Johnson
will be shorter than College of Leesburg.The .
during his participationIn x
that of the other Yanks Association was
numerous meets last because Bridges must pleased that. two of the ARMOUR STARChitterlings

year. j! first recover from a older established Junior 39

I 1 f gunshot wound inflictedby colleges Volusia of *
Mricat Signs ;
\ a girl friend. Day ton a and Posenwald of 1 Ih.

r The injury was not con- Panama City, will' be
1963 ContractCLEVELAND
sidered very serious or participated this year.

(ANP-Jim Grant threatening to Bridges' Gibbs, Lincoln, Roosevelt ARMOUR STAR CLOYERBLOOM

ace pitcher and the 7 baseball career, ,but the and Hampton, are
four teams that partici- with $5.00 69C:
"dean of the Cleve- :-t lefty pitcher was BUTTER
pated in last year* s
to a hospital fa od order
land Indians pitching
,\ 'here for tournament, along with MI.
staff last week signed emergency
treatment. Pensacola. Carver, and
his 1963 baseball con-
.i JfJ a i a 3-31 Bridges, it was reported Dede. Dade JC s North-
trect"with: foran STAR ROLLSausages
the team w ARMOUR
western Center has been
was shot in the $1 00
( undisclosed sum. 3 left leg by "a girl abolished and as a result -

Not only has Grant been z it =k- friend; identified as last year's run- 3
Cleveland pit-
on the Carrie Lee'Raysor.. No ners-up will not be in Ibs.
ching staff longer than
other hurler but and handsome prizes were tendered top scorers of reason was given for the the tournament this year

he any is the team's work- the AKA sponsored Bowl-A-Rama at popular Continental Bowling shooting which occuredat No entry fees will be GRADE T CHICKEN

Lanes, Inc. following completion of the tourney last weekend. Con- the Elks' Pride for required, trophies are 1

horse most and effective comparativelyits pit- tinental's Manager Fred Woodard (extreme right) is shown awardingMrs. Fort Lauderdale club. to be donated, and if GIZZARDS .C

cher. .. D. Wright and Mrs. C. B. Underwood with high '-scorer s prizes Police booked Miss Ray- gate receipts will allow Ib.
seasons --bowling bags. Mrs. Wright was the high scorer in the Women's sor on a charge of aggravated a transportation
In the five
Grant 21, has hurled for Division and Mrs; Underwood accepted the AKA trophy, for her win- assault.The each allowance will be given ECONOMY CUT BEEFROUND
caused Yan- participant.
the Indians, he estab- ning Thunder Birds team. John Monroe (holding bowling bag) was kee shooting officials much concern s

lished himself as a high scorer in the Men's Division. Other Keglers, from left are because Bridges is

fierce competitor who Abraham King, James Anderson, Ernest Brown, Summer Wiles Leo one of their key pit 69pIb.

could be relied upon to I Williams and Edwin Matthews. chers. He took over as Wilma MateStudying T

of the Yanks bull
"carry the load. one

pen aces last season I..



I I* Ike Joseph ---------------------- Proprietor
State and N.C. (ANP) Wil
Jefferson streets ----- EL 61432WhM OptimisticOne
iiam Ward, estranged RIB 49C

-- usband of famous

of the largest and train with the Reds. track star Wilma Rudolph lb.
seven outfielders. _
most optimistic sQuadsever Two members of the could not be reached for
Manager Hutchinson will
to prepare for the Reds Varsity will not be comment here last weekon SHORT
have his Coaches, Jim
coming season will greet on hand as training news that his wife 290
Turner. Dick Sisler and
.Manager Fred Hutchinson, opens as pitcher Barry has begun action to ob-
Otero hand RIBS
Reggie on an
at Tampa, Florida this Shollenberger and tain a divorce. I..
will get additionalhelp
spring.The catcher Larry Himes are Ward is enrolled as a
from Red Farmhand
Red batterymen reported on the Military List. junior at North Carolina
managers Mike Ryba MEATY
at Al Lopez Fieldin college.
Shollenberger went Into -
(Cedar Rapids), Hersh
Tampa on Thursday, service on Oct. 31, Miss Rudolph broke the 10CI
Freeman (Tampa) and NeckBones
February 21 and the re- 1962 and Himes went in news of the divorce action -
Dave Bristol (Macon). I s.
mafhder of the squad on on Oct. 24, 1962. in Nashville Tenn.
Tuesday February 26. The' average height of The eleven farmhandswho where she is a studentat
will train with the Tennessee State A. STREAK-0-IEAM WHITEBACON
Third baseman Gene the 1963 Red is six
Reds are pitchers Har- and I. University. 190 1
Freese, who sustained a foot, one inch
M Mx ; average vey Alex. Teddy Davidson According to Miss PuI I
broken ankle last year weight is .194 pounds;. Ray Duener Dan dolph, an action was
will report with the and the average age is Neville and Ed Stein; filed on Jan. 22 on her w.

batterymen. The ball twenty six and a half catchers Jake Martinezand behalf seeking a divorce -
from her husbandon
club received permissionfrom years. Robert Hyden. shortstop ARMOUR STAR
grounds of 'mental
Tulane Universityfor Catcher Tea Tischinski, ; Tommy Helms second 490

Freese to work there 18, pitcher John Flavin, sackers Pete Pose and cruelty.The couple met on the FRANKS

this winter. 20, And outfielder mel Bobby Klaus, and out- .w.
Tennessee Ftate ce*rus
The Reds regular squad Queen, 20, are the fielder Art Shamsky.FLORIDA .
where both were
numbers 40 and Hutchin babies of the squad.Hutchinson's .
the fall of 1960 ARMOUR STARPicnic
son and President- squad of
shortly after Miss Pu-
General Manager Bill 40 breaks down to 19 STAR 29o
dolph had returned from
DeWitt have Invited pitchers, six catchers .
in tl-t HAMS
her triumphs
eleven farmhands to eight infielders and IN EVERY HOMEA Olympics at Rome.

Mitt Give SHISH Thai Fmras( Ward, like Kiss Rudolph -



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.. :.. SIte OftRri" pa Whole 512 42 911 They have no children. SLAB

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3 9 fire American Oil Co. has an excellent business

r /;.. NEW FIELD FOR WOMtM I 5 1 opportunity who Is interested available for in a substantial qualified businessman earning NEW LOCATION HERSUEY

1 8 0 possibilities. We are seeking a man between 23 S.1ge
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.: Jacksonville 76-26-97. and 48 with a liable background to operate a 5 I

service center. We will provide training and
College Inc. 100 55 633Coadag partial financial assistance to the right man. with $5.00 food order

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EL 3.1511 356-4024
630 at Beaver Attnrtlnna fob DEMONSTRATOR HERE ALL BAY SATIIIAY..

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It 1 E 31iJ 13 m E 3 WASHINGTON'S BIRTHDAY SALE I they broke ground"JAY for the JAY"SO new fire station

: at 25th & Myrtle Ave. ? funny how some of us like
to come In at the end of the smw and take bows.
t'I" It seems to me that the Florida STAR initiated

UP TO the squawk for a fire station and Negro firemen
; t.I back in 1954 when some thought the Editor s idea

: .' was car-ra.zy.
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..t t.. .tf.s"; .r'.," .' There was plenty of music in town last month
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: '. t. and there will be plenty in town this coming

I month and next month. Last Friday night the
ti I N.A.G.S. and the Wonderous Highlighters tippedout
at the Clvic-'Auditorium. This week, it's

N Club Vagabond: time with their annual SweetheartBall.
,,. ; .
: Come the month of March, tire Urban League Guild

w.., ." ,. '- will be host and present the only Count Basie
and his swinging big band at the Duval County
Hurry in for spectacular savings. All items priced far ." Armory on March 13th. At the Civic Auditorium,

t ." "The Sound of Music" will begin a three day
below regular sell. Here. are only a few of the values. < ,
run. The first week in March Van Cliburn will

appear in a piano concert at the audl t crium.

.,. '" Coming soon at the big downtown playhouse will
be ''Nt Fair Lady."

.f The politicians are off and running. All kinds
I ftFOR THE LADIES 6[ of pairs and strange things are in the short
hectic struggle to make it into TaJ Bhassee. E.

!1 .and MISSES FOR THE HOME a Jackson (the sepia Barney Cobb) has tossed
his worn hat into the ring. Jackson is seekingone

j lOOK WHAT t of the seats recently created in the legislature. -

Rhinelander 50-pc. Service On the other side of town, two novices in
899 politics are using a trick of the Kennedy family
: Ladies First Quality Seamless s FOR for Eight Reg. 14.95 and have placed their names on the ballot. Little
Plain Pattern Stainless Steel
?f 2 for 1.00 NICKEL and Mahon
Nylons Reg. 2 Quart JuiceContainer brothers Tom Greene Harry are running.
Bare Heel-Two in Package Strange as it may seem, several Negro "leaders"are
t Ladies Panties Reg. 59* Reg. 59' 27 t. paying homage to the family names and are

Slight Irregulars; sizes 5,thru 10 37'Ladies Asstd. Colors STILL BUY supporting the youngsters."Get .
on the Ball with Ball" is the slogan
Acetate Panties 3 FoR 10-!In. Fry Pan Reg. 1.49 88/ t with the AMEs; not mentioned is the well
Assorted ColonSizes
understood "or else" All concerned are holding
:., 5.6.7-Reg. 29 Round 12" ServingTrays AT KRESS their collective breaths waiting to see what

Sizes 8-9,10-Re 9. 39I < 3 FOR Reg. 39 24t... happens out around EWC way.
Asstd. Gold and Parisian Leaves Design
: Ladles Head Squares. Rayon II" 5i It looks like old home week in Brewster Hospi
;f tal. Mrs. L. G. Coleman is on the lIe d. ..Mra.
and Silk Reg..59t I-
31 Marie Stewart is mending slowly and gettingher
.:, Sizes 32''x32'-Aastd.'rtntJI and Solid Colon Asstd. Serving Trays Reg. 49 21'
", Tole Rose Design spirits up. Boots McClain is out and on

Misses Handbags Reg. 1.69 331Kitchen Tool Assortment wheels again....Joseph D. (J.D.) Brooks, manager
Odds and Ends Styles and Colon Stainless Steel 49 271Pol Holders Teaspoons of the Edgewood Lounge is confined to Brewster
Girl's Ribbon and Lace Highly Polished Finish with Plastic Handles t Hospital. Genial J. D. is really sweating it out.
Here's hoping for the best for a swell fellow...
Can Can Slip( Reg. 1.98Children's 99' .
i Bias Tapes, Rick Rack, t Jamns were shocked by the sudden passing of R.
.W Door Mirror Reg. 3.98 V. Daniels. He was prominent in P.T.A. activi-

Natural Wood Frame 16"x56" Plastic Bowls Funnels :vities and many other segments of communitylife.
-Polished Cotton .. t. Stainless SteelTableware I, .

I Slips-. : Reg. 1.19 as Reg. 15' Plastic Pie-Cake Server The whole town is talking about the light- "
Asstd. Patterns fingered. school teacher. Let us not be so car-
Ear Bobs and Ear Clips -
ried away with the act but look behind things.
Assorted Reg. 3927t. Combs Razor Blades
Many times people need help and there are other
Metal Styles, Our Regular 39 Items
{ 5 Tube Radio Re g. 10.95 7JJ t conditions which really demand professional at-
Ladies Wool Skirts 3.98 t
Reg. Rubber Door
66 Asstd. ColorsAutomatic Stops, tention. This just may be one of those cases.
(25 only)
\ Chrome Shirley Johnson of the Bus Station Bar had on

FOR MEN md IOYSi 2 Slice Toaster Reg. 9.95 599 Bob Pins, Zippers, a dress which had the boys spinning on their
(s only) Any collective ears. On the other brad; the hew 107

Iced Tea Spoons proof bourbon they are selling could have helped \
to set them spinning.Amos r
t Steam and Dry Irons n eg. 9.95 {599 Item "Bubber" Harris is driving a new Chevvie
Plastic Tumblers
(4 only) t uf ortster." That's the snazzy sports car like
'I Electric Blankets Reg. 12.95 988 Only I the p cwerful deal the GU folk put out. Francis
t Vti Full size Pot Cleaners, t Williams is hard to keep up with when he turns

corners in his Grand Prix.

J Bath Towels 20"x40" Elastic Hanks, There are new faces at Continental Bowling
07 5d' Lanes. Fred Beckett has gone off to study for a
Deep Tones Reg. 49166R
MeR's.White Dress Shirts 3 FOR Needle Books mil e. On the haDe front, Jimmie Pruitt has OOH
Long Sleeve Reg. 1.98 Guest Towels Reg. 3 for 8866" in from Texas and is working along with local
J Sizes 15only Assorted Stripes and Solids Sugar Scoops, man Fred woodward. In the eatery Sadie Braxton
Men's Fancy Cotton has added more charm in the person of Jonquil

:J Ankle Socks Reg. 3924' Bleached White Musiin Tooth Picks, flowers. Jonquln is a "statuesque type or as the
Size 10 thru 13Men's 66 boys say "a stallion.
i Sheets Reg. 2.19Flat 1 Local jazzmen had a sort of playoff recently. A
:, and Full Fitted-Selected Seconds And Many Other I Items few Wednesdays as, they assembled at the Lounge

Stretch Ankle IWhite Cotton Pillow 2 FOR and blew the top off the pi ace.When you take time

.J Socks Reg. 39 Cases Reg. 2 for 9877t. t to assess the local Jazz scene you will find
Men's Satin Cannon 42"x36" 'some good sidemen in this town. If all of the
Large Stripe
t Indians ever decide who's going to be chief, they
:4 White Handkerchiefs Reg.15 Big Bright Toss 66' I will have a swinging big band working out of
Sofa Pillows Reg. 1.00 .." :- Hlcksville--Jacksonville, that is.
4 ; Every time I see Mac, I argue with him ooficeraing
Boy's Sport Shirts Reg. 1.33 aa Lined! *Plastic Drapes Reg.. 1.1936xsr 66.J I those monster girly-girly type flicks they bring

Printed Sanforized. Asstd. Color and play; up so high. He in turn presents a most
.J Size 8 thru 18 ,
convincing argument. He brings out his cash
Bo Boxer Bo Y's and Girl's Bicycles 00
s Dungarees ,
Y Osnaburg Tier and 25 records.The money proves that we like elemeatary
/a ox. Sport Denim Reg.1.33 97 Valance Set Reg. 9944'c 24" & 26" Reg 3995 sensational fictious low rate movie We cannot
Washable (Only 8 Sold at this price)
Full Zipper*-lOOSt
48X36Matching Valance 50"xlO" ( blame management when they take a licking oa
100% Cotton Wash N' Hang Natural Color Flexola I Pencils' Reg. 9825 flicks such as "Gigi," The Nun and The Sar

"'t .- Cafe & Valance Set of gent" etc. So bring on "!he Monster freer the

J Boy's Boxer Lon g ins 77' Antique Satin Reg. 1.98 cc r Asstd. Plush Animals Reg. 3.9B 99't Blocks," and watch the cub register jingle.
Zipper Fly Reg. 1.19 Pair sizes in. x 36 in. UU (12 only) Books are closed, so if you ain't registered
V All Cotton-one Back Pocket-Solid Colon Valance Size 52"x 9 in. Plastic 33I, you can't vote. Shame, shame on 'Yall. All of I
Sizes 3 thru 8 Dump Trucks Reg. 59'
you registered voters, beware of Greeks bearing
I -,,3Y's Reversible Jackets .t Assorted Wood gifts and don't carry another man' s grudges to
Sizes 3 thru 6x Reg. 1.19 33t. Ca ,the-ballotbox.
Framed Pictures Reg. 1.00 Carbine. P 99/
Toddler 4-Pc. Rifle 1.98
Boys Shooting Reg. ,
Black Padded Chair
oo Re.
Yes tie Suit Reg. 2.33 One Only-Plastic Covered-Slightly Repaired Rag Dolls Reg. 1.49

88"t t I

1 1hi

Assorted Toilet Goods Reg. 29 21' T.Y. Chair or 2.98 77' t u., U.s. ArICMN.. W.
creams Lotions.Talcums. Colognes etc. Sunglasses Reg.
99' ..
AN White Foot Stool I R eg. 3.98 M and Ladies ... (Aw.t4.Ina k.r)
Yard (6 only) Dressing Combs .:; .R.. --:... 19' 1" t
Bleached Muslin l r d. Reg.29Decorated < I .. .
11' Contour T.V. Stool Reg. 1.98 77' '> : FREON.

(4 only) Polyester Sponge 5' ,

Cups ami' Set .:' Cloths Reg. 10-
s..cers-Set I... 29 IS Weekend.Tl'Clln Cases R .3.49:>.lt-199 1ox1o"eg t
Ribbed Clear (10 only) Plain White Envelopes Reg. 10- 5'
Glass House Brooms Reg. 1.59 77' 10 m pkg.

Tumbler Re*. 10 t. ,
6 ounce. Fresh Fig Bars R eg. 39' 25C

Medicine Cabinets Reg. 3.49
100% Vinyl I G.r..... ,
Hose 50 ft. It... 4.9f. -.19! House Paint- I97r Delicious_ Pica Flakes Reg- 5939 ,
(G only) One Gallon Size Reg. 3.98 PLEDGED TOe -
White and Astd. Colon (12 gallon only) ..
Rowtd Mttel Footing Worklna to robe the etodM+.b pesdetd. of Dv'

TaMe let). 3." W t DOWNTOWN 3501 PHILLIPS HIGHWAY t d County Securing Schools new toduttrUs Job.".,.. ...f et
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