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:
March 9, 1963


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


Situated on the banks of the Indian River, Titusville in Brevard County was settled in 1867 by a former Confederate officer, Henry Theodore Titus, and his wife, Mary Hopkins Titus. The town was incorporated in 1887, by which time it was already famous for its citrus and pineapple crops. The arrival of the Florida East Coast Railroad in 1892 laid the groundwork for a tourist industry as well. The Florida Star and later the East Coast Advocate and Indian River Chronicle provide a diary of these developments. The Florida Star was a weekly newspaper published by P.E. Wagner from 1880 to approximately 1882 and later by S.W. Harmon. On November 1, 1912, the newspaper moved from Titusville to Cocoa, Florida. The Florida Star ceased publication around 1917 and was succeeded in turn by the Indian River Star, which operated until 1920. Another Titusville paper, the East Coast Advocate and Indian River Chronicle began on July 13, 1900, as a continuation of the Indian River Advocate and East Coast Chronicle; the latter had been preceded by both the East Coast Advocate, edited by W.S. Graham, and the Indian River Advocate. In 1920, the East Coast Advocate and Indian River Chronicle merged with the Indian River Star and was subsequently published under the title of the Star Advocate.
Dates or Sequential Designation:
Began in 1880; ceased in 1917?
General Note:
Publisher: P.E. Wager, 1880-<1882>.
General Note:
Published at: Cocoa, Fla., Nov. 1, 1912-<June 5, 1914>.
General Note:
Description based on: Vol. 1, no. 23 (Sept. 29, 1880).
Funded by NEH in support of the National Digital Newspaper Project (NDNP), NEH Award Number: PJ-50006-05

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University of Florida
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....*............... .*................**. MARCH 9 1963 'V'i

When They Fail To Vote...... Jlf

I ..1.,'W"_ lJ.S.COU-RT REJECT !

Next Tuesday March 12, Negroes in Duval tt\ .-: '/' y '1
Dade and Escambia counties will have an opportunity :jZ

they have not had since the Reconstruction -

period-- an opportunity to e- '
lect a Negro to the Houseof Representatives.In PLA'I

Duval County, Ernest Jackson, a bril- LEON PUPIL

liant young Negro lawyer is in a run-off I
withawhite i candidate for the newly created TcIz '
house seat in Group 5. .*.*.**.......*....
"---- -
In Dade, Earl Carroll a Miami' Recreation Suit For $1,000,000 Damages Judge Advises Similar Plan'

Department Supervisor, faces Lee Weissen-
\ born, in that county's Group M for election Brought By 5 A ft M Students Operating In Escambia System

I to the House. j

I. And in Escambia CountyWilliam I I C. Dobbins, TALLAHASSEE million dollars in damages TALLAHASSEE---During a one-day hearinghere
a militant minister comes up for the acid against city officials and police officersand on Thursday, Feb. 28, Federal District

test to fill I the seat in the Group 3 race. desegregation of all public facilitieswere Judge Harrold Carswell temporarily rejected -

) All of these Negro candidates deserve the contained in a double-barreled suit a pupil placement plan by the Leon

support of colored citizens in Dade, Duval scheduled to get underway here Thursday in County school board and ordered the bodyto

and Escambia..And to be quite franka- federal court produce an impartial plan by April 1.
4 SH111' at least two of these Negro can- -Def ts-ue--the City groes and whites were New York National Association * *

didates (Jackson and Dobbins) should I have SETTING THE PACE---Boston' s Mayor John plaintiffs of Tallahassee charge which ope-the seated the on courtroom.opposite sidesof for. the Advancement would placement handle ail applications ruturepupil -

been electea in' the first primary on Feb- F. Collins, seated, took out his NAACP rates public facilities of Colored impartially.
ruary 23. life membership here this week from Kivie UL Drive Hit People Attorney Con- two parents
under a segregated i Test loony: by
That at least two of the Negro candidatesdid Kaplan, standing, Boston industrialist. basis, and also city stance Baker Motley,, of the plaintiffs stated
not win in the first is the Collins representing nine Negro -
Mayor his
primary purchased membership* on officials and .police who By Flu. BugThe that they had vainly
fault ot'a bunch of sorry Negroes. Sorry the occasion of the Boston NAACP's 50th are cited with encouraging children, was given sought to ascertain
because some of them want first class anniversary year. Mr. Kaplan is national segregated nationwide influenzas 15 days in which to whether the board had

citizenship but are just too indifferentto NAACP life membership chairman. practices. A Injunction --said to be the respond following which abolished its previous '

go to the polls and vote..SOme other seeking elimination of country's worse since the court would decidwhether policy.

ones are those who do not have enough racial Teacher Found 2 Tots Rescued segregated seating in 1918--has caused disruption a future hearing segregation

pride to want to experience the glo- municipal court is also in unexpectedsources might be necessary. Bishop Cites

rious feeling of being represented in GuiltyShoplifting Of By Passers By being sought.Plaintiffs. annual, locally speakingthe Mrs. Motley charged* Racial Issue
of their are five membershipdrive during testimony that
government by one own..Sorry While a crowd of onlookers -
because they have been brainwashed to the I stood idly by, Fla. MM University stu- League.of the Jax Urban while the board did not MEMPHIS. Tenn --

idea that only white men must sit in the Appearing before, Munici two quick thinking young dents who were arrested During the past two officially follow a com- Speaking at a nine-

1 hallowed halls 1 J of _government and; justice.; ... pal Judge John'Santofa -' :mea entered a.burning upstairs : last year on breach of' ,weeks the Illness of..a, pulsory segregation' plan, state three day conyocat I
The sorriest lot is composed of The socalled apartment- t-812 peace charges as the number of the community1 s its Inifcy adhered* -to epn of the, Me. hodist
Tuesday, Mrs. Queen outgrowth ; <
of sit-in
intelligent ones, better describedas Esther Crumbley of 920W. W. Monroe st. Friday a key civic workers has racial se segregation.. Church Bishop Paal Har-
demonstration carried
'crab barrel elites'. who can find a multitude 15th St. and a 10th March 1 and rescued two brought to a virtual Board chairman Walter: din Jr. of Columbia, S C
out in a local bus sta-
of reasons why they should not vote Grade teacher at New unattended tots aged 4 tion. The station has standstill previously Moore promised Judge urged southern Methodiststo
for a Ilegro candidate. These are the ones Stanton Senior High and 5 years,resr.ectively. been s'nce arrange plans to wind up Carswell that the board search their soulsin
who :would boost a member of any other race Schoolwas found guiltyof James Provitt and Char-. that time. this year's drive and asa consideration of the
les Caswell said they'were result, the UL has 2 Whites Held .
( but his own) to a seat on( the moon, because shoplifting on three The students were also integration rroble
out of sheer green-eyed envy, he in the area when the fallen short of its 1963 'Some few of our people I'
counts. Sentencing by fire broke out and were charged with failing to thousands at In ShootingOf
goal by have decided that if the
fears that a brother will rise above the
Judge Santora was deferred told by people standingby obey a police officer, dollars.
precarious position he .holds in. our so- until March 19. that there were two were arrested and jailed James Steely, the UL's Negro great majority of Metho-
dists throughout the
{ ciety. and later convicted and
Mrs. Crumbl ey was arrested boys in the building. executive secretary,
enough there are any number of fined $300 each. nation think that the
Oddly ,
after witnesses in Provitt and Caswell stated Wednesday that the cing felonious assault
whites who believe{ that Negroes are entitled The students also South has been wrong,
three downtown stores entered the building and drive will of necessitybe charges in the shootingof
to better opportunities as well as told the court they saw rescue Lewis and Roose- stated they were pre- extended due to cur- a Negro civil rights then at least it behooves -

I representation in government by members of the defendant take velt Bowl en. 4 and 5, who vented from getting a rent unexpected setbacks. worker here two white us to search our

their own race. And they are willing to several items from the said they had been left fair trial since Ne- ,. men have been jailed as souls and weigh this

give their support to Negro candidates.8ut, counter' and place them there by their baby sit- federal matter as objectively as
Suicide suspects while "
how in heavens name can we expect white in a shopping bag without ter who had gone to a s and local authorities possible, Bishop Hardin

{ citizens to vote for Negro candidates and paying for them., doctor for treatment continued widespread noted.
representation when we to Asst. Fire Fail a Bishop Hardin also calledIt
give Negroes r equal The court dismissed a According Attempts search for more persons
fail to members of our a tragedy that the
ourselves support Chief Yarbroughrthe
fourth charge of con- said to be Involved in t
"bright spotlight of the
? fire which was undetermined -
own race
of court when it the incident.
What was officially attributed -
caused an racial Question has left
had been originally as being unhappiness Held in custody follow-
Little Value If It estimated 500 damageto unnoticed in the shadows
A l Newspaper Is Of $1 I
<<: charged that Mrs. Crumb- nearly led to ing their arrest Monday
of the many other social
.the house and $500 to \
Cannot Print News As It Sees It ley failed on Feb. 12 to contents tragic circumstances here + x night aie Wesley Kersey, causes and responsibilities -

appear in court ... ... ... ... last Sunday when two women a distributing firm ser- that cry for atten
Dade County attempted seoarateacts vice manager and William
a a a a a a a II --I..i ,.. -- tion.
www wwwwww-wwwww ft p' GROUP 4 of suicide, police H. Greenlee an oil con- It was also disclosedthat

These Candidates i Recommended J f reports Miss Freddie stated.Mae Hillman ..COUNT.An Expected BASIE Spur ? cern The agent.two suspects are ministers several have Mississippi been severely -

20, of 936 W. Monroe was being Investigated into criticized
For Election To Legislature treated and admitted at Thousands of circulars last week's shooting of
recent months for speaking -
requesting area wide sup- Travis
20-year old Jimmy
Duval Medical Center in favor of IntegraIon. -
{ r port for the Urban Lea-
Over the years, many of our readers who wanted to do their duty as after having consumed two gue's drive are being Job TrainingFacility Mississippi is one

citizens, but were not too familiar with political matters have bottles of iodine InvestigatIng distributed this weekend, Opens of the states represented

called} us on election day for advice as to which candidate to vote patrolmen W. Steely said, and in addition at the convocation.
for.. Solomon and T.L. Hayes ST. LOUIS. Mo.The
it is hoped that FloridioFeatured
Therefore, in making the following recommendations, we are not '" reported.Two the previously planned David Ranken School of

attempting to tell anyone how to vote. We are merely stating which minutes after she neighborhood drive by the Mechanical Trades will

candidates we believe will best serve the interests of all the had jumped from a height Boy Scouts, Girl Scouts open its doors to Negro
j.ot A ... of from ZO to 25 feet students this month, I In, Top Movie
people, mud particularly our own. EARL CARROLL, a Supervisor and adult worker will bible <
Puller Warren Bridge
first time
for the
Duval County Duval County Duval County of Miami Recrea- into the St. Johns River, to get underway all] 56 thanks to NEW YORK -- Native
GROUP 5 GROUP tional Department, witha Miss Rosemond Satterwhite lay Saturday March: 9. years Floridian, Mrs EatelleIvans
R011P6....- __ __ complaints filed by the
Be S. degree in Politi- 36, of 1237 W. 28th St.. Count Basie and his who also doubles
cal Science and qualified was pulled from the water Tamed big band will try NAACP.Announcement. between takes a* a New
.ry to represent by commercial fisherman and enhance the drive of this Yo rk public schoolteachers
Smith of 1414 here Wednerday "major breakthrough in
Charles night, he* a featuredrole
Escambia County Alvarez St.; it was re- March 13 at Duval County trade training opportunities ia top aovimated

,w.FRED. GROUP 4 ported. Armory under sponsorship for minorities"was movie 'To Kill a Mocc-
Miss Satterwhite was ot the Urban League Guile made here by Miss lag Bird."
{ Duval Medical Evelyn H. Roberts, local
-r, taken to Advance tickets sales Mrs. Bvaas plays the
Center for treatment and and tables are already NAACP president.The part of Carol a hovee-
observation. underway at wellknown NAACP through its keeper.The .
record shops and business local labor and industry attractive tbepiaais
STAR'S C.P. Johnson
committee, lodged
places the wife of Walter
III In Brewster complaints: with the U.S.
Evans a* arc ttectrrml
p Florida STAR'fe veteran St. Pete Negro Department of Labor last draft__. Oasis Davis. ,

news staffer C. Parhaa April, charging that Negro aathor-star of the
In Runoff
Johnson was taken to youths were being Broadway hit. ?write
H. SCHULTZ. a Brewster Hospital early ST." PETERSBURG--A local excluded from apprentice Vietorl ..." recoefrMd- ;

aggressive ERNEST JACKSON Negro lawyer, an, JUSTIN C. MONTGOMERY, an former member of the Monday evening following Negro baa won a City ship training. at the ed Mrs. Evans for the E
Expressway Authoritywith previous week's confinement Council runoff spot In school. housekeeperrote..
and experienced lawyer, who
is well qualified the ability to help with illness in his the ecest primary here. Attorneys for the NAACP Mrs. Evans explainedthat I
has served with distinction
deserves to be elected bring new industries and 1420 Madison Street re- Isaiah W. Will&liS,who subsequently examinedthe she teaches since

so that Negroes will on the Jacksonville more jobs to Duval. He WILLIAM C. DOBBINS a sidence. aid his platform 1s, school' s charterand there 1..' t .-oa'" work
have some degree of Beach City Council is an independent man Militant pastor "sno had Hospital officials "Partners for Pro- will of the founder, for Negro actress

proportionate representation and has shown that he is who may be relied on to been in the forefront of described Mr. Johns n'a cres." will face Mrs. David Ranken, Jr., and
dedicated to working for movement for equal su Q 2
with one Negro the :
work for better educa- condition as "fair" Daisy K. Edwards, a found no provisions restricting -
being in the seven-man improves en ts that affect tion and better schools. opportunities. He is a who the STAR went to former councilwoman: In students by Your

delegation from.Duval. all citizens. man of dignity. press Thursday the general election. race. rb D ea we

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by the Florida Star Publishing co.

*He.ber of Associated Negro press" .

"'1 : BY ERIC 0. SIMPSON :

EiiC I. SlffSiN.__......!...KHUN* [''t.rALYSIN .. ... .. *****

E. VISE................News E.itwIIIIA
leadership Patters C
WMTEM.....................CifciIatiM Haifer ,
YOllg Tells Press Club

t l WASHINGTON, Feb. 21---A three-fold approach -
t,s d f -11S to racial is
leadership basic to
2323 Httcrfef Read....PhiN Elfii 4S782R I keeping pace with the current mood and

I 4-6783 character of Negro citizens of the pres-

ent and of the years immediately ahead.

MAILING AIIRESS: i That was the challenge expressed here

\, by Whitney M. Young Jr. of New York
P. 8. in 581, JicfcsHiille 1, Fliriii executive director of the Na-
? -
----1 tional Urban League, in an
RATESne t K --4 \ address to the Capital Press __ .
$4.00 Club in the Vermont Avenue

Mailed to you Anywhere In the united States ; Baptist Church.

Subscription payable In Advance ; Mr.Young set forth the three
Send Ch.ak or Money Order to: fundamental ingredients of
FLORIDA STAR P. 0. BOX 561 p w
: ODl fS Of THE WOR r i leadership as these:
Jacksonville 1, Florida "There is the
,. ". es-
: tt tablished successful busi-

t" : ness or professional person SIMPSON
I whose role has changed from that of a
J 4 _-' .
safe liaison appointed by the white power
structure. He is now a symbolic role

WASHINGTON-ANP---Close examination model, with the potential for substantial
disclosed that last week the government s financial contribution. He can be an effective -

plan to build schools on military bases r NO WORLD PEACE UNTIL THE MONSTER IS COMPLETELY DESTROYED channel of communication if he

to provide integrated education facili- understands the new climate and is

ties for children of federal employes is willing to interpret it honestly.

Just a half hearted gesture.In "Those who really make the issues by

the first place, only children in directly confronting the enemyRosaParks

grades one to six will be withdrawn from in Montgomery, the plaintiffs in

the federally, subsidized, jim crow, off You Weekly the 1954 Supreme Court decision, the
base schools and integrated in the new students who sit in, the Freedom Riders

buildings to be erected on federal prop- ,, : who go to jail, those who organize and
erty. walk the picket lines. We need all of

Those in grades from seven to twelve H these, for without them there would be
:: 0 r 0
will remain in the Jim crow schools. S cop e Guide no court case to fight, no issues to

Further, funds will not be withdrawnfrom dramatize the injustices, nothing around

the schools in South Carolina, Geor- which to mobilize public opinion. They

gia and Alabama which have refused to H .: ly PABLO The ASTROLOGER are the confronters and the protesters.

comply with the Government's order to 'The strategist, planner, researcher,

desegregate or lose their federal subsidy. WHICH ARE YOUR LUCKY DAYS FOR sophisticated in the nuances of social

When the Department of Health Educationand : ". change, knowledgeable about the social

Welfare announced earlier that it : BUSINESS LOVE TRAVEL sciences, aware of community resources

would provide on-base schools' at six and skilled in mobilizing and organizingthe

military bases so that the children of < community to take advantage of these

military personnel could be integrated, resources.

the implication was that the school dis- "These are the people who participate '

tricts would lose the $190 per year per AR IFS CANCER Born Sept. 23rd thru CAPRICORNBorn in policy-making, as well as policy implementation -

student the federal government is payingfor Born March 21st thru Born June 22nd thru Oct. 23rd Dec. 22nd thru who read and can understandthe

the education of the children.Now April 19th July 22nd fine print, not just a civil rightslaw

it is disclosed that the districts There are too many people You may be exceedingly Jan. 19th but also the laws that have to do

surrounding Fort Jackson and Myrtle Beach Take your medicine or in a hurry these nervous and inclined to with retraining public welfare, public

Air Force Base in South Carolina; Ft. whatever it is you have days undoubtedly accounting rue your fate A more Study the signs that health, youth employment, vocational

Stewart and Robbins Air Force base, i n to do to ease the painsor for a raise in positive attitude will are being displayed by education, urban renewal, educational

Georgia; and Ft. McClellan and Ft. Rucker, tensions: that may be the figures of accidentsand have to be- encouraged" veering, trends in public policy', minimum..wage,. ,and fiscal policy. ..,.
making life uncomfortable before bVcome falii-: opinion "official circles I
in Alabama, will continue to defy the the ailing. There is you They are trained in these fields and have
government and still receive funds. for you these days. hardly a day. during istic. and disinclinedto and in business and chosen oftimes to work as paid full-time
You seem to have an financial quarters. This
uphill take the
The Department of HEW, in making its announcement battle ahead of this quarter that may up cudgelsin will facilitate your professionals in race relations or they
not be considered undesirable your own defense. Instead serve without pay as volunteers."
undoubtedly wanted to show that
all task to chart
you through this your future -
the action, being taken under the 'im- quarter and any assistance for travel of trying to shirk course of action The NUL leader also sited another group
that you can decisions or under- your duties, face them of leadership to
pacted area public school assistance one that can be dedicatedto which, he said, all
drum up should be very standing between peoplein boldly and make up your should aspire but who would
program which requires the U. S. Com- the materializationsof not techni-
missioner of Education to provide "suit- welcome indeed particularly general. Words said mind to cut them down tca your spiritual as wellas cally be called leaders in race relations

able" education for on-base" children on the 10th12th.You in haste can evoke violent more manageable size. your material goals.It These, he declared are Negro citizens who
can take refuge in The loss of working
when local districts do not in reactions and whatever achieve excellence in their chcsen fields
was keep- your Ideals and convictions hours due to illness or again seems necessary,
is put down on paper and who become role models
ing with the interpretation of the law. ? to present_ words of cau- or Negro he-
when'you are being could bring libel any reason, could roes. ,..<' .
That interpretation is that segregated tion against travel or
subjected to pressuresto poses some difficulties
schools have been deemed "not suitable"education. suits or place you in an "Their concern and participation in
take unwarranted risk for those who have not decisions when the pre-
unexpected predicament. race relations is a plus and identifiesthem
of vailing conditions seem
any description. been provident enough in
That the Federal government has never 390441654394LEO advance for such eventu- to be adverse. as sensitive and Intelligent human

really been prepared to go through with 7-80-66-13-45-786 alities. 4-90-68-18-89-498 beings who know that 'there but for the

its threat and even approaches its present grace of God go I' said Mr. Young.

decision with temerity is revealed i n TAURUSBorn ,.9-30-11-15-29-931 AQUARIUSBorn "They know that they are never secure

the program it plans for September 1963. April Oth thru Born July 23rd thru Jan. 20th thru until every individual Negro is secure. *

All of the 2,700 children affected by the May 20th Aug. 22nd SCORPIOBorn Feb. 18th He emphasized that in following these

order are in grades 1-6. Facilities for Oct. 24th thru levels of leadership, a new maturity in

children in grades 7-12 will not be builtat The Taureans who are Don't make any sudden Nov. 22nd This is; the period when the matter of trust will emerge.

this time and thus they will continueto kuee-deep in artisticor moves that you could Inducements to spend "Liberals who happen to be white must

attend segregated schools. creative pursuits are possibly rue later whet more than your budget accept the fact that the Negro can no

The Federal government hopes it will not likely to have time the time comes for an You may find that believed a allows may become almost longer be dealt with other than on a peer
friend in whom -
never have to expand its "onbase"school for anything else. This accounting.The planetary implicitly will irresistible. The same relationship with mutual respect and

program and thinks by continued bring protests from the aspects govern your income applies if you have a sometimes with the Negro in charge" he
let down the minute
friends who believe that obligations and you for said. 'The day of
negotiations and discussions with the weakness games of missionary work or
develop an
districts involved, the district policies they are being neglected. investments are most unpredictable It seems bet- chance or for the luxu- helping the Negro on the condition that

will eventually comply with U. S. policy. as a consequence. and you ter to break such a ries that fall in the will be accepting and obedient is past.
Instead of remaining should find it the higher price Your The white liberal must trust the
ranges. Negroto
At present the Federal government is friendship than to allow
indifferent you should better part of prudenceto have both the
resistance should be keptat ability to desire a
paying approximately $190 per student yourself to be dominatedto
make some conciliatorymoves leave gambles of any maximum level, in or- better destiny and a pretty good idea of
fiscal the point where
per year. you
to prevent a com- sort strictly alone. -of
der to protect your cashas how to arrive at it.
Of the two school districts cannot call life
educating your
plete breaking off of This is dramatically emphasized well other valua-
children from Ft. McClellan Anniston your own. You need a as
friendly relations. You on the 15th- ble Should
City will loose approximately $46,000and will have to be particu- 16th. You could be at quiet place for calm deliberation holdings. the your * * *
partner display same
Jacksonville will loose something under in order to :
larly tactful. Love affairs the mercy of partners as tendencies, it is likely
$20,000 a year. under well and assess your present problems -
are stress as competitors
to wreak havoc in the
Fort Rucker also in Alabama has and to devise the
approximately and will suffer some may find it much more to
892 children in grades 1-6, damage if you place your your advantage to join solutions possible(13th) Joint account.

attending school in Dade County, of which career and material interest them. 6-10-99-18-49-619 2-40-33-15-62-243 an

Ozark City is the county seat.That countyis first. I

expected to loose close to 170000. 4-70-55-17-85-475 1-50-22-15-91-152 '
However, these same school districtswill PISCES
continue to educate the older child- VIRGO 1;I
Nov. 23rd thru Born
GEMINI Feb. 19th thru
in facilities in
ren Jim crow defianceof
23rd thru
Born Aug. ,
Born May 21st thru March 20th
Dec. 21st
federal policy and still receive their 22nd
June 21st Sept.
$190 per pupil from the U. S. treasury.HEW .
As long as you are not \ '
officials here in who
The Geminians who have be differ- "
The urge to This period may even be sl
upon to compromise -
admittedly are not hapjy with the pros- decided that they pre- ent or contradictory can more difficult than the i..rJf

pect of putting public schools on military fer to engage in free- do more to disrupt your preceding one. due to with year basic
principles, you can afford -
bases said there is some reason to believe lance activities may vital relationships than the many conflicting i
to give your lifeo
that South Carolina and Georgiawill find that the home of- the customary differ- views that
are pre r business partner
eventually "go along but they envision fers the proper environment ences that often cause seated to your mind. Retrain -
greater leeway to express -
no hope for Alabama.The for Inspiration. people to drift apart. from co..i ttln .
'Impacted Areas' Act under which Should this not be the Keep yourself strictlyin yourself to any, definite' his or her own f '

HEW and the Defense Departments are nay be necessaryto line for pressureson course of action when personality. Any inter- ii S 4

operating involves some 4,000 school break present family all sides are likelyto you may be constrainedto ference on your part,

districts in the 50 states Puerto Rico ties and to go in searchof be intensified. As act against your ,,particularly if It Is

Virgin Islands, and the Pacific islandsof the preferred locale, climatic conditions are better Judgement. The somewhat heavy-handed,
is apt to be resented in
Guam and Wake. even if this takes you most unpredictable during changes that take place

But the problem of segregated schools. far afield. These mat- this month, take which are beyond Tour unmistakable terms. You ems.7 ,
sometimes have trouble
is not at issue in all of the districts. ters are bound to engage extra precautionary Measures control at this time,
U. S. Commissioner of Education Francis your attention on against Incipient may seem quite radical keeping your emotion in

Keppel points with pride to the fact that the 10th12th14th. Your colds and winter fatigue but essential for the :heck, but you cannot r,
allow this luxury
15 southern school districts in Fla. and ambition runs high and working out of' your

Texas have indicated they will provide you should do nothing to 920331434923LIBRA life's pattern. hectic daring times.these rather ''OFCOURS DE A'WE-MAN WOMAR

desegregated schools for"on-base children discourage it.

by September 1963. 5-40-77-12-38-547 0-44-14-52-364 7-70-55-12-74-751 -o4l4t4-Ts BUT YOUE i3frr4es JUST NOT* THCONC+ MAN A


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BIRTHS Luncheon: Program Kick-off i Drive, Marriage

Mr. and Mrs. Sammie

Bowers; 1344 Mt. Herman : ca : Lee Robinson, 910W.

Streets Girl.. Union St. 19 aad B
Mr. and Mrs. Charles -
tj Carol Davis, 3717 B..t.:
Francis; 3824 Spires l'r : Riley Road, 20.Tyree .
Street; Boy. U'
::4 Cooper. Jax Beach,_
Mr and Mrs. John Fla. 37 and Handy Lee

Grier; 4105 Etta Street; I V : Young Jax Beach .Pi*.,.". .'
Girl. '" a 37

Mr. and Mrs. Chester Willie Robinson, 2283

Hicks; 1514 W. 31st St,, ; Forest St. 19 aad Bar-

I' Girl. A bara J. Jackson. 266 Bel-

Mr. and Mrs. Alvin Kel- fort St 19.

ly; 671 Van Buren St ; James Fuller 4625 Moa-

Girl. crief Villege Rd. 34 aad

Mr and Mrs. Henry 9 II Nancy Nattiel, 4625 Moa-

Dixon; 1919 W. 2nd St ; : crief Villege Rd., 26.

Boy. Elijah Holmes 1830 W. ;

Mr. and Mrs. Nathaniel 23rd St. 21 and Lola B.

Beckett: 2121 Mars st. ; Robinson. 1423 W. Union
Apt. B. ; Girl.: Street. 18.

Mr. and Mrs. John H Alonzo Moore. 1439 Graa-

Riley; 1130 Bertram st. ; thal St. 21 and Al tames
I Girl MEMBERSHIP COM.\IIT'IEES---Qver 70-workers attended the annual kickoff luncheon-program of the A. L. Lewis Branch YWCA's membership

Mr and Mrs James Williams drive for 1963 which closes March 11. Program participants were; Mrs. Mary L. Washington, Miss Thomasina Wilson Mrs. Lillian J. Manna 1639 Windle St. ,
$ ; 920 Crosby St ; Goos by, Mrs. Wilhelmina J. Rutledge, Mrs. Eddie J. Rivers Jr. principal speaker, and Mesdames Florence J.Dixon and Ella L.Jones

j Boy New Stanton Senior High School Glee Club under the direction. of Mrs. Alpha H. Moore, furnished the music. This year's goal is

Mr and Mrs Quinton l.OOO members. Some of the captains and co-captains present were: Mesdames Myra Camper C. A. Ward Masie Walden, Inez Evans C. '

Brown; 1841 W 12th St. : Hamilton Sallie Harris Julia Robinson Mozell Buckner Florence J. Dixon Julia Brooks Miss Susie E. Chambers: Mesdames Mary to nfon S 1933

Girl. Darden, Fannie Bradford W. A. Satterwhite Annie Burnett Ella L. Jones Densie Coppeck Julia Macon Inez Lewis Miss Yvette

Mr. and Mrs. Eugene Sims ; Mesdames Carrie Davis Thomasina Wilson. Drive officials are Mrs. Florence J. Dixon Branch executive director; Mrs. Mary Class Plans

Dowdy; 6726 W. Rhode Island L., )Washington. : ., .membership committee. ,chairman; Mrs. Thomasina Wilson, membership campaign chairman.
Annual Reunion
Dr.: Boy. (Florida STAR Photos by Billy Brown)

r- The Class of 1933 of

I BC's Annual Annual Contest Run n eru p Stanton High School is
SOCIALLY I planning its reunion for
II SPEAKING I I I II All-States Day this present year duringthe

I Slated commencement season.
By Louise Guinyard The committee is quite

The Florida State Teachers' Association is con- BEACH Bethune a proud of the response and
the business session.
vening"< Miami during the coming week March Cookman College will observe of the interest which has
Mrs. Virginia Mathis qualified for first prizein
14-16.;The. event will attract many ed.ucat'ors- Its 36th AnnualAll been aroused among the
the rounds of bridge that followed.Mrs. .
from Duval County and from other'points throughout States Day and Open. classmates. The Christmas -
f Almira Wilson Mrs. Carrie parsons Mrs.
the state. House Sunday. March 10th Season brought many
Norma white Mrs. Hannah Jones, Mrs. Margaret i
starting at 2 p.m. together to reminisceover
.Starkes, Mrs. Betty Howard and Mrs. Geneva Hen-
.... .... .... .... ... .... derson were among other members in attendance. All States Day as origi- the past years its
nated by the late Dr. -aSj present achievements,

Remember THE JACKSONVILLE URBAN LEAGUE with .... .... .... .... .... .... Mary McLepd Bethune 36 families and future plans
your contributions, and also by attending the years ago when she invited for its families. The

COUNT BASTE DANCE at the Duval County Armory on Gamma Rho Omega Chapter of Alpha Kappa Alpha representativesfrom class has received cor-

March 13, 1963. "The.Oount" is' being sponsored. Sorority held its monthly meeting last Tuesday: the various states dial cooperation and response -
u ''
Jacksonville visiting in Daytona from the present

I by the .1 Urban.,..' -..League I ti I .I. Guild.. .', ... ... ..h,_ evening at the Eldorado. Plans were completedfor Beach to observe this ... principal of New Stanton

.... ge .... !' nnc-S..ifl. "n:S*..'4w' ,,i.i'I itH '... a sending delegatgs xoibg Regional\ _(bnference ._ ..day_at the. .college-50' .-. -Ii l High School. Charles D.
to be held in Charleston South Carolina during'Easter. persons answered this .. ,.... < ,. Brooks toward its efforts -

call, but over the years )( to make this 30
Mesdames Vivian Holmes and Thomasina Jones The newly elected Supreme Basileus Mrs. JuliaB.
the observance has grown r year reunion one of the
were guest players when their sister Miss RuthM. Purnell, will be present at the South Carolina S X k ,
until last year more thana most memorable occasionsin
Broome entertained Entre Nous Bridge Club
will include
confab. Jacksonville representatives -
1000 friends of the the history of beloved
recently.Mrs. Holmes was the recipient of the Mrs. Ruth C. Solomon, Mrs. Barbara Robinson -
college gathered to ob-; Stanton which has offered
guest prize. Mrs. Elizabeth Redding Mrs. Julia Hazzard
i serve All State Day. continuous education to
Scoring high in the club division were Mrs. Mrs. NormaWhite, Mrs. Annie R. Williams, and
E This was one of the u- Negro youths during the
Frances Johnson Mrs. Elizabeth Simmons, and Johnson.Mrs. .
Mrs. Frances
nique fund raising efforts past 94 years.
Mrs. Ruth Myers. Elizabeth ReddingMrs. Marguerite Mitchell,
of the college. Support of each membersof
The En'tre flbus .Club Roster. is comprised. ; oft SECOND PLACE HONORS during the recent Safety
Barbara Robinson
; Mrs. Dorothy Peterson, -Mr-8., ., This event 'gives visitors the Class of 1933 toward -
Jenkins of the Year"- contest were awarded to Evelyn
Mrs. Camilla Thompson, Miss Lauretta h.ostes8 es'for'"T es-
and Mrs. Grace Monroe were an opportunity to meeting, plan and .
Yvonne West, a Sixth grade student at Oakland
Miss Theora Leggins, Mrs. Doris G. Bennett Miss
day meeting.
visit the dormitories, making arrangements for --
Mozelle Bruton Mrs. Helen Hart, Mrs. Lydia Elementary School. She is looking forward to the
the reunion activitiesis
Sweet, Mrs. Charlotte Stewart, and Mrs. AldoniaH. ( .... .... .... .... .... .... room. School Patrols annual trip to Washington in May.
The McLeod Bethune urged.
Seabrook. Miss West wishes to thank all those who made this
Foundation and other Co-chairman of the Reunion -
years award possible. She is the daughter of Mr.
Miss Annie B. Minatte invited Mrs. Leola Ib well, Committee FrederickA.
.... .... .... .... .... .... facilities on the campus. and Mrs. Walker L. West Sr.
Mrs. Josephine Cleveland, and Mrs. Hortense Music for All States Day Wesley, is expecting
(Royal Art Studio
Brewington as guest players when she entertainedLes will be furnished by the members to assemble on

Velilcarollets Bridge Club was entertained in Elites Bridge Club last Saturday evening.The Bethune-Cookman College March 18, at 7:30 p.m.

regal fashion, recently, ,in the .home! of. Mrs.. meeting was held at the Eldorado Club. Concert Chorale under the Biven Specials for a business meeting

Lorraine Daniels.Attending High scorers"'for the"evening Included Mrs.. direction of Thomas 'D. Soprano Brumbry in the New Stanton High
the meeting were: Mrs.. Vivian Byrd, Elizabeth Simons, Mrs. Johnnie M. Mitchell, and o emp s. Recital School Library.

Mrs. Jeanette Boggs, Mrs.' juanita Taylor,"Mrs. Mrs. Marie McClain. Each guest received a gift Winners from last year Program SundayWith Reunion Committee members -
Luvenia Newman Mrs. Juanita Isaac, Mrs. Jacquelyn are: Ruth C. Stewart -
from the hostess.Mrs. were: Largest contribu- Acclaimed In Look a number of the
Hall. Mrs. Alveria Robinson, and Mrs. chairman; Frederick
Josephine Cleveland and Mrs. Virginia Gray tion--Florida; Highest pe city's leading gospel
A. Wesley, co-chairman;
Lillian Stuart. were guest players when Mrs. Johnnie Mitchell capita giving--Vermont
; NEW YORK -- (ANP) groups appearing on the 'Doris A.
Mrs. Marjorie Gilmore was guest player when entertained the group at a previous meeting in Largest number present -- Grace Bumbry is acclaimed program the Biven Spe- secre-
and Warren W.
the club held its previous meeting in the home her Venus Street home. Mrs. Bernice Henderson Canada. as 'one of the cials will present a Schell.tary; Jr. treasurer.

of Mrs. Vivian E. Byrd, 2764 Queen Avenue. Mrs. Maxine Jacks m, and Mrs. Alvenia Scriven Florida and Vermont can golden voices of her pre-anniversary recital

f Mrs. Luvenia Newman and Mrs. Juanita Taylorwere qualified for club prizes on this occasion, and retire the respective time" in an article in Sunday at 3:30 p.m. in

victors in the bridge session. each member received St. Valentine gifts. trophies if they win the current Look Maga- Ephesian Baptist Church Annual Event Schemed'

Other,members participating' included. Mrs.' Jea- Mrs. Vermal McCone; Mrs. Ann McIntosh and Mrs. this year in as much as zine. The 26yearoldNegro Third and Stafford Sts. ,

nette Boggs, Mrs. Jacquelyn Hall, Mrs. Juanita, Irma Murray make up the remainder of the mem- they won in 1961 and mezzo-soprano, who Rev. W.L. Bell host TALLAHASSEE <- The annual -
Orange and Green
Isaac,_Mrs. Ernestine.. .Poole, .and Miss Martha t. bership roster. 1962. catapulted to international pastor.
-"- -- Day activities at
b Perry. .... .-.. .. .... ..... '. fame in just Some of the groups
'" .... .... .... .... .... .... Top MathematicianVisits three came home Florida A&M will be heldon
years scheduled to are
.... .... .... .... .... .... appear March 29.Hlgbllgfatlag
this season for her the Gospel Echoes
the day's activities
Airman 2nd Class and Mrs. Herman Crews are the GJ CollegeST. first American tour. Lattimer Gospel Singers, will be a concert-dance.
The Roth Drive home of Mr. and Mrs. Willie Bul- proud parents of a son, born February 15th. PETERSBURG.DR.. The "emotional apex"of

lard provided a lovely setting .for the recent Mts.. Crews is.. the former Miss Theophane Bel ton, Robert Yates, cited as Miss Bumbry's returnto & &

meeting of the Silhouette Club. Mrs. Bullard, daughter of Mr. ,and Mrs. Zack Bel ton, Sr., 3023 one twenty-five out- America was a concertin c 3t

Mrs. Queen E. 'Bruton. and Mrs Norma Bland ,were Jupiter Avenue. standing college and her hometown of St.

hostesses. :.t The young couple and their son are expected fora university educatorslast Louis which "turnedout

Mrs. Gloria Parsons, president, presidedover visit in Jacksonville during the spring. year, spent a day to hear her sing In

' on the campus of Gibbs Kiel Auditorium." When

__ asthma FLORIDA STAR Flu StaysDr. Junior College recently.Dr. she finished, "3.000 Of all the

Yates. mathematics people rose as one. in

_!I agony... IN EVERY EdmondsPARIS Club To Present professor at the Uni- tribute." according to Englishmenwho

versity of South Florida Look.

0,...Dr..Mountain GvHd's HOME. Dr. S. Ran- Saturday High! FeteLa served as lecturer- "1 belong to the world drink gin. W
CIGARETTES Ol COMPOUND dolph Edmonds joined the demonstrator- consultant .
now. says Miss Bumbry.
'" Florida A&M University Amigos Viente Social
in modern mathe- She makes her home in
Savings Club will sponsoran how
Playmakers here Wednes-
..,, entertainment Satur- matics. He visited the Switzerland is currently many
stricken -
day after being ,
day night. March 9th at College under the auspices on a concert tour of
with the flu. 8 o'clock in the home of the Mathematical Germany and will sing at drink Gordon's /
The noted playwrightand
director of the now of Mr. and Mrs. Benton. Association of La Scala in April.

internationally famous 1606 Everson St. Friends America.
FAMU Playmakers was in- -- -
and the public are
hospitalized last TUes- vited. MADAM STONE Most of them.And 1 it's been that way for

day when his performers The previous meeting GIFTED SPIRITUVttilST AND LIFE READER .To be blunt about it,Gordon'sis

left on a sevenweektour was held in the home of England's biggest selling gin-as it i Is

of Europe for the Mr. and Mrs. Emanuel Reads your entire America's and the world's.

U.S. Department of De- Jackson. life without askingany t Why?Probably because we
If ,
fense. ..... questions. have always refused to
need help to i 1.
THE STRAND you Bad Luck tamper with a good thing;
r a. Overcome : Cordon's still harks back to
_ MIR CLESSAMSON Evil Influences :
STARTING SUNDAY AND i Spells, or tells if. Alexander Gordon's origi-

-n J ca ? nal formula-conceived In
THE the love is
one you
Her mother or her sister? 9 COlO :COPEMATTIE'S true or false, tells :RITUAl At> tr London its distinctive 1V3 years dryness ago-so and

who and when you
BOTH ENJOY YOUTHFUL.NATURAL-100K1NG HAIR COLORWhether 20 years experience flavour remain unchangedand
will marry. this LQIf9ONPRY
unchallenged to
MILLINERYWill trouble and bad luck natural? Has
of different your
you want the excitement a day. Ask for Gordon byname
Lair shade or want to give new life to dull or the one you love changed Mrs. Stone -
gray hair...insist on the lon=-laating haircolorIn Have Her helps ana works for all that are worried at your favourite
the Camou red package-Godefroy's tavern v\d package store.mTtt9rsosslTsltsmERSttvunlI.
L'.easy to apply, and complete in Grand Opening FridayAT sick or discouraged! Causes you to gaina
one package-there'*nothing elM to buy. good job- Come with or without money!

V: /** 'LOVELY'ylJaU.zu Open DAILY 9 *.m. to 9 p.a. & (DAY I p.m. to 9 p.m. rsorstetNroar.
Lljm 'tt "
7440 PHILLIPS HIGHWAYUS esecn mtmcatn.t anftflwcicri.u.t .
LAKltU9Oo No. 1 SOUTH & Miles South City Limits *_ k

.froy Mtl.Can Wny.351OOHv St..8t.Lou'.MOo Hats Me Hade To Mated Any C5StII Jacksonville. Florida

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1 Historic i M t. Zion Hosts Society i


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Bethel Baptist Institutional Church

Caroline and Hogan Sts., began Monday observingits

125th anniversary with a year-long series of

special programs Rev. R. H. Wilson, pastor, an
: nounced. Activities will be centered around the
theme 'Growing a Church." Rev. J. S. Hall

Jr. pastor of Springfield Baptist Church ofGreenvllle

: S. C. is speaking nightly using as
this week's topic "A Worshiping Church." Rev.

"a Hall us first vice president of the South Carolina

Missionary and Educational State Co Vet1tiO .

: -0-0-0-./,

Deaconess Board 2 of West Union Baptist Church

t i, will hold a business session Sunday at 3 p.m. ,
in the Education building. The church will hostan

I iW ,, 1') areawide study course Mar. 21 through the
.1.1Y .1s
27th nightly from 7 until 9 p.m.
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Mrs. Susie Newberry will sponsor a program Sunday -

MONTHLY SESSION of the East Florida Conference Branch Missionary Society Mrs. Estell J. Jones, president, was held Feb. 27 at 5 p.m. at 3 p.m. in the auditorium of Timothy Baptist -

in historic Old Mt. Zion AME Church Rev. W. F. Foster pastor, with the Mary F. Hardy Missionary Society serving as host Mrs. G. B* Church. District 2 meets Sunday at 5 p.m.

k Gardner, host president. Assisting in making the event an outstanding success were Mrs. E. T. Tutson president emeritus; Mrs. W. F. in the church and is also completing plans for a

I Fost er, supervisor, and other Mt. Zion Society members. The East Conference Branch is comprised of North South, East and West Jacksonville Mar. 15th entertainment to be held at 8 p.m. in

Districts which are presided over by Mrs. Juanita Johnson. Mrs. Mary C. Ball Mrs. Ethel Richardson and Mrs. Abiah Shehee, the home of Mrs. Lee Edna Williams 4003 SpiresSt.

resp ectively. Florida Choir 1 will observe its third anniversary
( STAR Photos by Billy Brown)
Mar. 18 at 8 p.m.
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Choir 2 will host an entertainment Saturday nightat
Florida Normal Porgrams Historic Service At Woo 'aw Church 8 p.m. in the home of Allen Johnson, 1451 W.

Woodlawn PresbyterianChurch 27th Street.

Religious Emphasis Week Fete NotesBY -.O-O-O-i- \

I \ ST. AUGUSTINE---The annual Religious Emphasis ; ; ; I. :*'e=.' ..8 r >!;y1*,*
I i
Week Observance will be held on the campus of L.N. PEARSON SR. The Laymen and Deacons' Union of the Union Pro-

: Florida Normal and Industrial Memorial College The Woodlawn United gressive Baptist Association will meet Sundayat

\ March 1015. Presbyterian Church held 3 p.m. in Abyssinia Baptist Church with Rev.A. .

Theme of this year's hour on March 10, beginning } YR its, ground breaking Anderson, pastor, serving as principal speaker.
l It observance will be ''Be- at 5:00 p.m. in 1 ceremony at the' outdoor The Sunday School Chorus will rehearse Saturdayat
I /i'; yond Conflicting Ideolo- the Anderson Hall Chapel Worship Center on last 11
4 p.m. in the church; Districts 5, 8 and
,Sunday at 3:00 The
r gi es and the four p m
I The discussion session meets at 3:30 p.m. in the church; District 9
\H j visiting consultants for which follows the formal 1 service was very sacredly meets with Mrs. Mildred McKnight, 1810 W. 24th
/ the week long and spiritually con-
program Vesper services will be St., at 4 p. m. : District 12 meets at 4 p.m. in the
\ will include Rev PhaleD. ducted by the pastor
held in the Coleman- church. usher Board 1 will present a silver tea I
.pf ,
Hale pastor of the : Wx'F A"IP Rev. ,F. D. Wilson.
I Westfall Dining Hall
from 3-5 p.m. in the home of Mrs. Rachel Glover,
The Westminster choir
First Baptist Church of '
will be centered around
A 1323 Davis St. ..
L I Columbus Ohio; Rev. C. the topic "How to make f 4 P __ gave a special selection ,., ., .'lr jfr L
-- .- .. .
,' I Kenzie Steele. pastor of Religious Emphasis Week i:: z w after which the pro- :: 1 -: 0- 0..0.--r .- .-
the Bethel Baptist Effective The Modera- ,. cessional led by the :

Church. Tallahassee; tor for the discussionwill tK Minister proceededto Emanuel Baptist Church, Rev. S. A. Badger, pas-
I the Building Site.
Rev. J.H. McKissick.
be Rev. Steele. tor, will observe Holy Communion rites Sunday at
4 I' Rev. Wilson then broke
pastor of the First .
S The general public from 2:30 p.m. Devotions will be led by the deacons,
the ground with a renowned -
Baptist Church of St.
't''\ St. Johns and nearby and the combines choirs and ushers will lead the f
Augustine; and Rev. C.C. spade .from Johnson -
communities have been processional at 2:45 p.m. The pastor will deliverthe
Rawles pastor of the C. Smith University
Invited to attend par- Boards 1 and 2 will serve.
Zion Baptist Church of ...:11: : especially dedicatedfor sermon.
ticipate or the
I I St. Augustine. SUNDAY, MARCH 3rd pro ved to be a joyous occasion for members of this purpose. He was
\ entire
or special
t The initial message, Woodlawn United presb yterian Church when services featured the then followed by EldersA. -0-0-0- f.Matthew .
Annual Observance -
scheduled to be delivered -, ground breaking ceremony for the new church, tob e 'constructedat D. Maxey. J.M. Pons-:
I on the opening in the life of 3066' Woodlawn Drive. ''Rev. F. D. Wilson, pastor, conduced the sean, C.E. Simmons Jr., Usher"BffaTfd'Z'OfStrr Baptist Church will
the college by Dr. R. W.
l I I service of the obser- President. initial phase of the round-breaking while George Gaitherleft) deacon Betty James and sell dinners Friday at the home of Mr. and Mrs.A. .

vance will be entitled Puryear* # # chairman of the steering committee and A. D. Maxey, chairman of the Moderator of Presby- Salter, 5201 Dodge Rd. beginning at 7:30 p.m.

'Communism and Demo- GIVE through your church. Help the building committe e look on. The dedicated spade used during terian Youth Junior Sunday meetings: District 3 following morning

'I cracy" which will be provide the money and materials the ceremony has broken ground for the Johnson C. Smith Heating Group Reginald Huger service; District at 4 p.m. in the church auditorium -

delivered by the Rev Church each World Service to assist sends millions over- Plant in Charlotte N .C. and has been similarily used for such Every one present was usher Board 2 will sponsor a pew rally
seas year
I Hale during the Vesper --4 purposes in North Car ol in a. South Carolina, District of Columbia very much inspired to March 24 at 4 ,;

Arkansas, and Tennessee. Sunday, the spade had its first fill of see the beginning of a
Florida soil. Other program participants were: J. M. Rousseau, new'church edidice erected -0-0-0-

KEROSENE HOME DELIVERY chairman of deacons; Mrs. Betty James, clerk; C. E. Simmons Jr. on Holy dedicated
MECHANIC ON DUTY trustees chairman;" Air s. Dennie Gadling, United Presbyterian' 'Women 'grounds: :where all can The Matrons of Bethel eh em Baptist Church wjll j
feel free to serve God meet Friday at 8:30 p.m. in the home of Miss
Ike Joseph ---------------------- Proprietor and Reginald Huge r, United Presbyterian Youth.FERGUSON'S.
; State and Jefferson Streets ----- EL 6-9432 ( STUDIO PHOTO) forever and ever. Georgia Floyd, 322 W. First St. District 3 will
I Church School begins present a party Saturday in the home of Mrs. Viola t.

Sunday in the George. Morman, 1059 Madison Street.

SALE GOOD Women's Day Groups Washington Carver Ele-
mentary School at 10:55a.m. I
0 0 0 -
o o ALL WEEK Organized At Mt. Mt. Tabor ClubPlan with superintendentT. ,

.. Huger in charge.
MAR. 6-MALW .The Morning Worship service -
Olive PrimitiveThe DEATH S
Tea SundayThe
2 DISCOUNT STORES begins at 10:55 a.m
Women of Mt. Olive' with the minister Rev.
830 Cassat Ave.
Primitive Baptist Church Pastor's Aid and F. D. Wilson preachingthe
NEAR COLLEGE) met recently and organized Willing Workers Club of sermon. The West- Mrs. Viola Davis; 1006 J. C. Hand, Sr. ; 2538
1824 W. St. Line '
Beaver Street
} for their Annual Mt. Tabor Baptist Church minister Choir will sup- Edison Avenue.
u.s. 90 N..r Stockton Observance of Women's Fifth and Mt. Herman port the rites with Mrs. Willie L. English; 114 Oscar'.Denaoa; Sumter: ,

_w Day which will be held' Sts. have completed Rudyne Watson at the Oak Street. County GeorgiaMrs.

OUR FAMOUS S DOLLAR SALEFRESH Sunday. March 10. plans for, a tea slated organ. Mrs. Evelyn L. Jones; Mozelle C. Nelson;

The Following Officerswere for Sunday. March 10th Prayer services will be 4636 Moncrief Village. 620 Odessa Street.

FROZEN CLAYS HILL ECONOMY elected: Mrs. Trel-. from 4 until 6 p.m. in held in the hut Wednesday Mrs. Alberta De Loatche; Mrs. Julia Poseburr; \.j
lis B. Murray general Service 527 W. Church Street. 1110 Milnor Street.
the church auditorium.Outstanding p.m.
4 ,LEGS & BREASTS 3 us. . chairman; Mrs. Glorie F. talent of will be led by Elder J. Oscar Johnson; 1826 CalJ.. B. Bailey; 7845 New \. '

WILSON'S CORN KING 5 Best, co chairman; Mrs. the city have already B. Darby. houn Street. Kings Road.Frederick .
-1 vvII.FROZEN . LIS. .. Esther Stephens secre- consented to appear on Mrs. Millie Miles; 943 Ferguson; 1345 \.'I

I Mrs. Georgia M. E. Union Street. Grunthal street. '\
GIZZARDS 5 US. . tary; the program and Mrs.
FROZEN . Traveling Stars Mrs. Mamie Lee Hicks;
Edwards assistant secretary Bertha Byers will be Mrs. Mary Pussy; 1014
TURKEY NECKS 6 s Mrs. Earline F. 7254 Do live Road. Laura Street. t
Frozen us. .'. .. the narrator.The To
Stage RecitalThe Cecil R. Melton 0-Neal.
_ Alback. treasurer; Mrs. public friends' and ; Mrs. Eva M.M. Whitfield;

SPARE RIBS .. .... 3 LIS. ... Sylvia Dixon pastor of other groups wishing to Gospel Traveling Florida; Rt 1, Box 81. 1134 Spearing Street.

FIRST CUT y the Day; Mrs. Ella Mc- appear on the programare ,Stars will present a Jssac Crumedy; New Thomas Higgiabothaa; t'

: Keever and Mrs. Alberta' cordially Invited song-recital Monday Haven Conn. 1447 Myrtle AveBue.Lapheelnis ;

PORK CHOPS . .. 3 .us.'A. Way assistant pastors. Mrs. Nellie Smith, president night. March 11 at 8 o' Albert Jenkins; 1212 Austin; 734 '\

SMOKED SLAB fc Mrs. Vera C. Davis will stated Mrs. I.N. clock in Howard Memorial Davis street. W. State Street. ,

3LBS. be the guest speaker forth First Born Church No.2. James Weaver, Jr. ; 3024 Lola Mitchell infant)
BACON .... .... ........ .. Fleming Js program chairman Jupiter Avenue.
MEATY *z e morning worship.Mrs. and Rev. H.T. Over- 1459 W. Union st. Sis- 2112 Ran Street.
? Elnora McBride will street is host pastor. ter Rosetta Cohen spon- Henry E. Hilton; 3316 W. Ed Lewis; 2 Nassau St.

BRISKET STEW... .3 us: :. be Guest soloist and sor, announced.! Edge wood Avenue. Mrs. Saaaa ..'118; 945
Mrs. Annie L. King 824
Wanda Street.Paper .
MEATY music will be furnishedby

-' OXTAILS I 5 ': the New Stanton High, MARCH 1924JAX COLISEUMTickets W. 4tb street ,
:::: . .. . . us .., School Glee Club; Mrs. 48 \
WHITE .. f\ e e eU et, 1145 E. Ales 1't
Alpha H. Moore director Or et D..r Before Eeck Perfene

BACON .. .. . .. .. .. 4us.:...: Committee Chairmen are: t Wall Sale | a
-1 PORK MEATYSHORT Mrs. A.M.. Frazier SUn- a\ : // IIr )f I/I Irr' ,

RIBS 6 day School; Mrs. Bertha rA8Ul0US "' rrr ,,
... .... ... us. ..... JL. Carter, decorations;
MEATY Mrs. Earthaleen Crump .r single roll *
.... -LIS. .. .. ushers. Mrs. Earline F. end rUi! flllED!
FRESH Alback, program and musiC -

-i GROUND BEEF. 3 ; Mrs. Thelaa Harris, Naitifil 'w"errs
_ .. us. ..... finance; Mrs. Leola G. t
1 .x f.oruriep t tt
_: BUDGET or PORTER,SLICEDBreakfast Solomon sponsors and I "rN[StlNF

Bacon .3 ads; Mrs. Maggie Rodgers ,,, eEAYr" 1963 Stock
us .. .. = -r si/wr mrr
hospitality; Mrs. EdnaM. I '[CfFAN MUSTIIUPSW t ,

PICNICS LB. 29C FRYERS GrFdL. ".." 25" union. Thomas; Mrs. Elizabeth training + t, farSitUV6S' Discount WiN Piper Start

t. 1t
Hall publicity; Mrs. S3.SO ...* 1.17 Me,. 19-22. t.OO PJ4. St.
Ira Kate Williams: tags. $2.30 raw t$-2' Mar. 23. i:4Sj Mcttattt: 8 East Ity
::. 4 Wateh.fht World's Greatest Gasper Singers $2.00 r.wt 30-33 Me,. 23-24 1 f.MS. P.M. t t
_ SUNDAY 9:30 A.M. CMUra* .*4_ 12 ...., prfe*, et S P.M. SWwt, M. 23-24 .
." ;< ; WXT. CHANNEL EVERY 'u..kda * * Tickets also on sale in Jacksonville at Civic EL 3-062*
Itu l'rtntlr Men
F9fBrteere4I Auditorium Hemming ALL SEATS RESERVED 4 4.3
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Public Service Program Climaxes Projects 4 FAMU Grads ATTENTION

Receive Doctorates Send or Bring Your News In 'lo The

Y graduates of Florida MK W ss s
University have received The Eldorado
doctorate degrees released -

by G. .. Conoly.executivesecretary ,

the Florida A&M Uni-of Sextet

versity Alumni Associa-' P

Receiving the terminal
degrees were James A. Sunday evening with See the Art Exbafciti

Campbell. PennsylvaniaState

University, pre- Special for Art I lovers Su&day, March 1ft.
sently employed at Ro-
senwald Junior Collegein Curtis Taylor Your Hosts

i Panama City; Alphonso

Pinkney, Cornell University -
A WELCOME GESTURE---James! H. Steeley (right), executive secretary of the Jax Urban League, receives a check presently employed -
check for '$100 from Renzi Bell, treasurer of the NASITRA Club which is comprised of top journeymen employedat at Hunter Collegein

Jax Naval Air Station. Other members shown from left (photo) left are: William A. Jones, president; Clifford New York City; Buel L3 [3"3

N. Norton, vice president; J. Jenkins H. C. King, R. Gardner, chaplain; H. JamesM.A.BrownT.J. Bryer, Rhode Staggers Island University of : :

Frank Morgan, secretary; treasurer Bell and J. H. Steeley. The club members are all veteran employes at N A Sand University ." ;
hold the following top aircraft job categories, namely: Bell, aircraft electrician; Jones, sheet metal presently a Post Doc- I f<\. ;; "

specialist; James, electronics specialist; Brown, aircraft mechanicBryer; aircraft electrician; and Morgan, toral Fellow on the
aircraft mechanic.The Urban League annual presentation wound up the club's activities for the past year.This biology faculty of Brown :

will be followed by the annual election of officers. The ceremony took place in the home of William A.Jones, University; Flossie Byrd :1
'5818, Begonia Road. (Florida STAR Photos by Billy Brown) Cornell University pre 'hCl.iEARA : ;
sently employed at NCE

Testimonial' l Set For Irooke Leaders Spark Scouting Drive Prairie and Fmma View Kitties AtM College Ohio "

., WASHINGTON, p. C.---Atestimonial for the dinner are the State University pre-
Dinner\ : D. C. Republican Com sently employed in the I'r

honoring. Edward w. mitteeCarl L. Shipley, home economics department r>,
Brooke, newly elected chairman; the National at Florida A&M
Attorney General of Association of Colored Pr George Pawls also

:Massachusetts, will be Women s Clubs, Mrs. an A&M graduate, was : s s i 1'
Gladys Taylor, chairman made a Fellow of the
held at the international -
w "iji ; and a special w American College of Surgeons -
< Citizens Committee of in 1962. He is a :

", which Dr. William H. Diplomat of the American
M ,! Bullock is chairman. Board of Surgery and the ,
Mr. Brooke, a nativeof American Board of Fx- .

i Washington, D. C. aminers Red

was the only Republican Confined With IllnessJesse I Toddler's Dresses 1.29 lit
p elected to state office
I Several styles and fabrics to select from
g in Massachusetts last Kelley of 2531
November. He has been a Stewart Street has returned I Girls Bouffant Half Slips i 2.99 }66

Boston resident since home from the

: 1 1946 where he received Brewster Hospital afteran

his Master a degree in eleven day stay fora
I Girls Cotton Dresses 1.99 ggt
surgical operation.
law from Boston University .
'4 in 1949. A 1940 He can receive visitors I 18 only
-.r AN APPRECIABLE START---Friends of Scouting annual drive officials, Girls Blouses-One Group 1.19
graduate of Howard University 66tc
Oscar I. Hillman (left) and Theodore Montgomery (right) turn over Annual Concert .
Mr. Brooke One 1.59
initial receipts to W.D. Sweet Cherokee's general chairman of the $3
his early education I
Inn at 8:00 p.m.received drive during the first report meeting. The project is conducted on" The Isaiah Blocker Band
in publi'c
on Friday, March 15. a local scale annually to help underwrite the financial needs of will present its annual I
Sponsoring committees schools of the Di s- the program for extra growth and expansion of scouting s facili- concert on Friday Ladies Blouses, Short Sleeve "

.. tract ties. All areas of the community will be contacted for funds prior March 8th at 8 p.m. in I and Sleeveless- _

IF The STRAND 1 -to- --}ts-closing-- out date. (Royal Art Studio Photo) the school auditorium. One Group 2.99 1 66

STARTING ,SUNDAYSAMSONS 7- inColorscope Ex-Grid Star's Fake Lawyer Final Rites Held MondayFor I One Group 1.99 99

: : One 1.00 <
Rites Held Loses Own Case; Popular Jaxon J. D. BrooksFinal ggr

CHICAGOANP) : rites for prominent Jax citizen Joseph
Funeral services were Sent To Jail 'D. (J. 'D.) Brooks were held Monday at 3 p.m. dur- Ladies Cotton Corduroy

held here last week for ing an impressive service in Mt. Ararat Baptist Pants and .
t------r. DETROIT (ANP) A
:: Henry L. Hatcher 57, Church, Rev. Dallas J. Graham,
former professional self-styled, brilliant pastor, officiating Slim! Jims 1."$ j

t-- football player in practicing wooed the nonattorneywho Judge and Mr.- Brooks' passing r.I Ladies Cotton .
i 199
Pittsburgh, followinghis Jury with Darrow-like occurred at 1:30 a.m. Dresses 2.99

death of a heart showmanship, lost his Friday, Mar. 1 following
tt'' attack in Jackson Park own case when came to three weeks of confine- 1.99 133

t' Sahara liquors tt Hospital.In trial to defend himselffor ment in Brewster Memorial S
1938, Hatcher played

4' _. ... ..r.<" .._ .,........._-_- _.. "-: ...... .r....-. .,., .._ ..r.. ........ -r' football for the team halls loitering of. Re co around;der'the s Hospital.A native. of Macon, Ladies Rayon Panties

.. :: .. that preceded the Pittsburgh court" soliciting Ga. he was a graduateof Sizes 5-6-7 25
I t Steelers of the National "clients" He receiveda Morehouse Collegeand 4PRS.400
Sizes 8.9.10
Football League. two years probationary I .
later took advanced
---'-- --& Survivors Include his sentence and must serve study at Atlanta Uni- I iiii Boys Sport Shirts-
t r : widow, Lillian, and two the first 60 days in the versity. He was a memberof Values to 1.98
.-; daughters. Detroit House of Correc- 99'W
Alpha Phi Alpha
Values 1.49
tion. r to
Fraternity, Fla.JaxClub :
Carpy Mitchell, the 59- Values to 1.19
and other
I ,:' Thanks. 'I year-old would-be barrister socio-civic numerous organiza I Assorted sizes, patterns and styles 71'I
I was charged on

1 'L ............., -..'.-.......- 'W' ''-'':': '-; ;,' the complaint of an 18 tions.He Brooks, devoted widow,
.. was a World War II
., year old mother of two local school instructorand
.' From children who was approached veteran and had residedin former prominent Boys Cotton Slacks 1.49

f.' by Mltche as Jacksonville for Savannahian; Albert (Tan only-sizes 6 to 16

'I itE. she reported to her pro- the past 25 years. (Chunky) Brooks, son; 100% Cotton ggtBoys
D. Jackson bation officer. Mitchell One of the Florida LightWeight
f E. Maxwell Brooks,
reportedly told her he Community's dis- Jackets 1.'" 99'
brother, Macon, Ga. ;
could get a divorce for tinguished pioneers, Sizes 3 to 14
State Legislature-Group 5 her for a fee of $135. Mr. Brooks spearheadedmany auntsMrs. Carolyn
Douglas and Mrs. Lola
t Making an impassioned 'firsts' He was
.1 I Brown, both of Macon .
90-minute plea during Initially affiliated : Boys 10 Ounce Double
A public of/ice is a sacred trust-not to be abused summation in his defense .with the Afro-American also numerous other '

; itchell Jabbedhis Insurance Company'sbusiness relatives and friends Knee 1.59 1 17
D ear Friends : pencil and sheaf of department and Interment was in Men's Short Sleeve

notes at the witness and later became the first Evergreen Cemetery. D. 88
Please accept my sincere thanks and gratitude for the wonderful later at the Jury saying manager of the Durkee- J. Graham Funeral Home Sport Shirts One Group 2.99 |

support given me in the First Primary for the Legislative Race in "In reality. I was only ville Housing Project in charge. One Group 1.99 t

Group 5. You are to be congratulated for the fine effort that trying to help a poor under the Roosevelt Telephone Co. Aide Small Medium Large, Ex-Large
caused me to lead io the First Primary. puzzled girL"Vote Aiministration.

Further pioneering
We now have a few days in which to combine our forces so as to ExpoRsioB efforts carried him into 1H Men's Cotton Slacks 3.99

achieve VICTORY and Proportionate Representation for all the citizens Drive Readies the sales promotion Assorted sizes and colon r
of Duval County. TAMPA The NAACF Is
and marketing fields Men's and Boy's Sweaters-
about to launch ten where he became the
I My, promise to you is, when elected, to work- hard, diligently and voter registration first member of his s One Group 4.44 2r

Impartially to give good, honest and fair representation to all the c _patgns in Florida race to bold executive One Group 3.99
segments of our county and state. during the next few marketing positionswith
weeks According to Rev.
the Schenley
I Tlgase.ask? your neighbors and friends: to help us in this struggle A Leon Lo wry, state Distillers and then to .
ao achieve our goals in this great governing body, our State Legis- president the Blatz Brewing Co. Assorted Jewelry, Ear Bobs
These drives-in Jacksonville -i:
.lature. :
He was one of the Clips Necklaces and
I*:_* _,:' Lake City
founders of the Duval Chokers
Line oat Gainesville ,5' s
If Free Transportation To The Polls
Is Needed. Please Call the County Retail Merchants JOSEPH W CHRISTIAV
i : Telephone Number listed below. Plnterhaven. Port Lauderdale Long Stem Plastic Roses .10
and Sal esmens Associa-
? Daytona Beach CONSULTANT Joseph W Assorted ColonMedicine 5 S
."A Orlando Haloes City and tion and functioned Chri tianr New York
dedicated to Bike
cerement everybody's business and
never Cabinets
prominent in social, 2.7' g7
J ft ruled by tyrants Tampa are being coordinated Market consultant and ,
t ,.* R bY C. FattenBALLOTS civic and sports cir- treasurer of Hudgins and 3 Shelves '. M-

; ..-:..: FREE TRANSP8RUTIOH CALL EL 4-0467 cles. An enthusiastic Associates, first Negro-
sportsman, he helped .,
1 owed small business investment -
found and promote the corporation, Above items include Spring and Summer, Fail and W4n-|

.firitefiHj. Lincoln: Golf and Country has been retained by the merehoixCie, priced:to Jose out-, Sfcop'tofff. Sea.
tournaments and the
American Telephone and
UCKS quantities are limited.
r.R- annual July 4th Boat Telegraph Co. to
JE.D/Uackson: .i'i_ engage
I' /
Races at New Berlin.At .
I ARE WEAPONSfar in consultive work on

s. Candidate. ... Legislature the time of his the Negro market for
'" L ."-' UllKfcyVM. .,.>,. MORfJ""":' ,.. ..... -- '- '
;' \':. :: < -"' death, Mr. Brooks was telephone services. His : -. .
t t:: -.f.: Group 5-'''' < FIRST CLASSCITIZENSHIP manager of Edgewood daughter Is employed by : ; $ HffNTIWN

:! ,'- Lounge. the New York Telephone : MAW AT All

-j, He leaves to mourn: Co. and his Is
"" ;: (Paid Pol. Adv.) son a New Open Monday Aod Friday 1111.11ySATIRIA
Mrs. Rosemary Cur ley York City policeman.


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i Progressive Baptist Association Prepares For Annual State Confab I'

;. Progressive Baptist t .Association t / Community Honors Famed .
I International Leader .

.*iII Convene Mar. 1H4 In Lakeland .

,,"_ By Alberta J. Williams s.; : 1

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L/JCD.AND---The Progressive Baptist State Con- '
vention-of. Florida of which the Rev. Dr. J. C.
t "
Sams. is the general president will convene in

\ the;49th.Annual Session with the First Baptist

Church;' Rev. Paul H. Jackson, ,minister' March r't i

192tSeven: :
"--'c "
of its auxiliaries g ,
"in simultaneously :- workshops at the various t t 0
"" '. :
meet'in varied sessions.The meetings. "'$

Convention has outstanding Another feature will ';:,+-
'" : i Rt '
ersonnel. Among = be the initial appearance f

of the Convention ,,
them being Mrs.H. .
>. ,
B. Mill er of Jax. and chorus under "}j';:-. -
t "' p'
the direction of Rev. .. .
Green Cove Springs; Mrs. J1 .
Agnes L. Dean of Se- A. J. Hughes.The a.t K p sI

bring; Mrs. M. M. Warren Children and Young

of Bowling Green; Rev.J. people will display
W. Glover of St. their talents on Satur- Ica' J" .

Petersburg; Mrs. H. L. day. -
Dr. Sams will deliver .'
,Alexander of Orlando;
his annual address
Rev. H. B. Whitehurseof
Friday afternoon of the -
Sanford; S. M. Davis tm

of Jax. and Mrs. Idella Sessional Week. 'Mrs. ;

Williams of Sarasota. Miller and Mrs. Dean =

will be heard at E.i'
The beautiful theme, noon

"Christ the Answer for and Mrs. Williams and .
+ ,
this Disturbed World/ Mr. Davis will also be i .

will be the guiding heard on Friday morning.The .r :

thread for the addresses general president

sermons and Bible hours.As will' preach his annual 1 : sG :rI :

with the Parent sermon Sunday morning.The .

Body, each Auxiliary meeting will close

\ will hold interesting with the Mission jjou

periods. Among the Sunday afternoon.

highlights will be the
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I About looksBy I

L. Hommedieu Raid .

THE WHITE MAN'S GOD William Morrow & Co.

By Rhona Churchill New York, 1962 NATIONALLY RECOGNIZED as the nation's "Elder Statesman" and spokesman for minority groups, the Hon. A. Philip Randolph, Inter-

:CHICAGO-(ANP)--.IN WHITE MAN'S GOD, Rhona Churc- national President of the Brotherhood of Sleeping Car Porters and a member of the Executive Council of the A F L-CIO, was honoree

hill British journalist-photographer noted for during a testimonial banquet in Brewster Hospital's Cafeteria last Sunday afternoon under the sponsorship of the Ladies Auxiliary

her ]London!.. Daily Mail c Jerageof major foreignnewsevents to the BSCP. Prominent Jaxons featured the impressive program, namely: Rodell Roberts, presentation of guest speaker Charles D.
Tt' reports man's unusual facets o f Brooks principal of New Stanton Senior High School; Dr. Eartha M. M. White, president of Clara Whit Missionttiss; Detra Belcher -
i the explosive racial situation in South Africa. R. N. ; James L. Lewis of the Afro-American Life Insurance Company, R. N. Johnson of the Long Shoremen's Union: Dr. L. B. Child. ;

M Churchill's:; first .experience in Africa wasonjassignment Rev. B. J. Williams pastor of Mt. Olive AME Church; Miss Thomasina Wilson. Mrs. Julia PowellMrs. Verdell Norman, Samuel Harper;

during the Treason Trials of 1956. president of the Jax Division BSCP;: B. F. McLaurin Eastern Zone Supervisor BSCP; and Rev. R. L. Jones, pastor of Central Baptist

She saw firsthand the effects of Apartheid on the Church representing the Interdominational Ministerial Alliance. Mr. Randolph was presented a handsome placque o n behalf of the

black man who has accepted the white man's God sponsors by Mrs. Elizabeth Austin, president of the BSCP Auxiliary.. (Florida STAR photos by Billy Brown)

. -
ana his civilization. A second trip last year .
resulted in this book, WHITE MAN s GOD. i -.' Youth Singers
I Cooper Academy Plaits
With the help of missionaries Miss Churchill Y-Teens Tour Have ChangeIn

managed! to bypass local restrictions and meet with Oldest TourThe
R wN as Rehearsal TimeThe City
non-vhite Africans Colonial .
from all walks of life, from Virginia >
i Sing Along with Davis -
near naked "pagans to Noble Prize Winner Albert '-. Elementary and Junior

John Luthuli," whose home she visited. She gives Y-Teens. Blue Triangle fey Youth Singers now rehearsing High- division of Cooper
Club g-t-rlsv-p-arents! Saturday at 12o'clock Academy in the area'Vfgeographic
e .
frankportrait-bf-lMs ;troubl !
club advisers and other --- ,:" noon in WalterMemorial and social R
e pictures. .
adult members of the AME Zion Churchon science are planning a
Lewis Branch YWCA Madison st. ,ana Greater tour of the nation's
Edited by Thomas Merton NEW YORK, 1962
recently for the St. Matthew Baptist oldest city. St. Augus-

tour of Church 614 Franklinwillhave tine on Thursday. March
In BREAKTHROUGH TO PEACE 12 leading thinkersmen --
Jamestown in rehearsal time 14.
like Erich Fromm Norman Cousins. Thomas
These restored changed from 3: 30 to 2 pm Sites of interested on
Merton, present aried reasons why the arms race i
colonial America from Saturday on, Prof. the group's itinerary
I must be halted. This is supposed to be the most
been preserved Davis,Director,announced. will be the nation's
complete collection of essays now in print on oldest sites IncludingY

arguments for stopping the nuclear build-up. the generosity ; School I, D roP,outs- P'o ountdrrf'''" 'f

These essays are intended* to refute the false Rockefeller ; atlH scenlaBd;
and many private Missing
reasoning of the "safety bombs" and the 'better ,, historical places aad
Among those + ,, CHICAGO--ANP
) Employment
-- -
i "Pad" oeople. finally a visit to the
.- trip were Lenelle opportunitiesfor
campus of Florid Normal
ler. Cheryl Burney. Uni- skilled technicaland

i GREY HAIR Ne&t WIOY You N Mora land Johqson. P professional Negroesare and Industrial COllege.
Conducting the tour
; Wm J. Brandt's EAU DENNA Davis and Renee second opening up in the
,will be Mrs. D. Cooper,
: LIQUID HAiR COLORER Yvonne Richardson fields of management
Social Science advisor -
41 : Will tov.r fray bas !. I* fa It ",I...'.* i. tMti borah Salter stenography sales and B. E. Best Elementary -
you would eel knew a vtr wa* .ray. II Is MuM.i the airlines the Chicago
On appitcatioa wtttt a loom own ar swab.doss Sherman. Beverly Urban League declared Advisor.DON'T .
it. Na pack N* mitt.
: ANYONE CAN PUT IT ON AT HOME Renee Lilly. ) last week. _
I YOU SAVE TIME AND MONEYI Na ana wenset..ct Pearson. Roxanne ,?* .>*,* .::
Hampton McKinney acting .....
i v ur hair fca* beta tfvtd Lcava It sell -
,,n4 Ivtrou- toad coler-. shNkegift. Patsy Brinson. director of the Depart-
-1..1' a uniform cater M protIerly apatiatf. BE A
WILL NOT TURN HAIR REDDISH West. Cherie ment of Employment and,
II will ml lute eM. It flay* M ..vo,.' "'...*.. Muriel Thompson Guidance. .said. "MoTeT'* .. .' LITTKRBUGIPlrMfetMdlta
.. .
fMma.en eta batllltt90 tun. P.raua.n waves.c.rl
>nt ar tlrrfMmi. iron, nohmf IMiM N Wilson Verona and more job opportunities -
.It. YMI c.. cover any fray. is manor bow itvo- 4A44:
kern ar How tut... BLACK STAYS BLACK. nee Lewis and e ed are opening up for 4t ..C; pubic service
Ail caiort Nay ,tit. in 6 in cooperation with
Negroes areas previously 0
Yo.. can pUt M |list wftara m." ar wfcor closed to them. 4frmisr:
aa_darM Manilas Mva baa trace. Mama ail ana vie ..e Donna la Mvanlat*. Cheryl Culbert j
Fwtl dwoctwm to aach bai to t,*HIIt, a**. iaairtrt. CAUTION: "Uta a* 1
firrclo an Ub",l.- Colon: Slack* Dark brvwar MadMNit raw*' ktaht Brawai Stella Ivey.
D.a.Nedu Auburm. Prtco par bai Skip lass Faoaral .. CM nili Mat Bop Wauled !
..w. and .."o lor fatera r.r nau. Year imaoy back 4 Nat Eatiraty* Wright right to 2323 Mcmcrtef
?. OROERS-AM Uc Mtfaral TH bud. ale Mall Char***. Paula Matthews.
13th Street
I Austin. Carolyn blanket t

DIXIE PHARMACY .I Robinson. Renelda this
35902'P' -will
Nadine Williams Asia
a warm
1305 Kings Road Jacksonville, Fla. Thomas Guilda

Kathleen Moses. to make
sandra Norris.

i: Robinson Norma J.

Sed )" t CenterMyrtle my.shal Deborah Sampson.Hackey.

Worthy. Larletta '
Avc arid Adorns PHonc El 4 1468 Pamela Williams.
Mathis. Martha Ni
lit Lt. U.S. .nay. K.raa W.
Beverly Gilbert.

SHEEPNOSE "" 35clSALT MULLET u. 29c Lee La Ceneia I OUT (Avar1? Inane Star)

Denise Thompson and
MEDIUM MULLET 25c who r*--
u. Marie Anderson. the roof...

_ ''I LARGE MULLET u. 29c Serving as is tnbe white My" FREDH. :

MEDIUM SHRIMP u. 89c "ui i 79cLARGE were: Mrs. Julia Redbook
Mrs. W.J. Rut ledge. and
Lk Barbara Moore Mrs. by poverty

ROE SHAD u. 41c STEAKTISI u. 5S'ffS Wells.In grail.Mrs Mrs. and make love.seJt-re-up

Intosh. Mrs. was going,
u. lASS u. 39c of Savannah. Mrs. Mexican..
S Lott. Mrs. Jerry I've got a

TROUT'LL Uc Kiiffish I STEAKS u.! 4c, Miss Joyce Wynn. bility... as a QOUSE Of REPRESEITATIYES nun I

C*.. C.i aT'ralWHITNINGn Beatrice Copeland. ,h tK that ,
32 the things

!. 10 Lk. LaH. Lk. litPM .. most rasp /Working to robs tM academia a4.aJsrda ef .....
drr.o for brohP-cart sensitive 11001"
SNAPPER u. 35c 'Stier." SJ.C. Linguist Silo to Mexi County
Be sure to O Securing MW Indwrri**,Job opportwirtit*
( PtntacetaRED 59c SHAI FILETS 9S'eaell'. Sound Service DITTO! CountyPROGRESS

SNAPPER .... WITH ,ONI HtCI ROIFKSH Tertlsinl- & ces. .
Games etc. Alao i

Rfaurn, ta Speaker Service
quets. Concerts
!. .c. lr.p* !&. st.rwi'e*the?, .na! a P.* ,
ttbl muck tr mirtuding Cultmn bll.G.i ._ Bops etc.Phone El (pats,pottsial 4v. by th.d d tlahultat
The Refreshments Com ceremonies.


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)i iIt Project Ro s I nto High Gear Collegiate UN Confab A Success Scan ProclamationDR.

It, At t Gibbs Junior College

I .1963 Membershi ST.PETERSBURG---In South Carolina, the
Collegiate Council for the United Nations -
almost lost its affiliation for !

flying the United Nations Flag,Mississippi j 1
has shown no inclination to support the
es xr .v yr .et college organization, and Alabama is

'dead' as far as the C.C.U.N. is con-

cerned, according to Steve Corboy, Regional -
J Director for the college gr c\u'-

\awy With the College's stu- in our social relationswith
dent Council President our fellowman. We

.i w Mac James Williams, serving have achieved the power
as State Chairmanfor to destroy the world in
the C. C. U.N. the five minutes. The problem -
institution with a fac-
ulty representing three, of race, color
races, asked for and creed and religion are
hosted the integrated now secondary in importance -
meeting which drew col- to survival."
legerepresentativesfrom Dr. Thomas Hardeman

.4 the University of luncheon speaker, cun- MAX E SHAFER (right) president, and Dr Fred R
Miami Jacksonville University curred with the Mayor Armbruster, secretary: of the Northeast Florida Opto-
Florida Presby- when he said 'The metric Society read over Mayor Commissioner Haydon

terian College, and St. United Nations makes us Burn's proclamation setting aside the March 3 through
Petersburg Junior Col- see what other cultures March 9th period as 'Save Your Vision Week,"folio wing
lege. Lone Negro insti- have given mankind. Let the ceremony Tuesday afternoon in the Mayor's office.

tutions represented were each fulfill his poten- The Society's primary effort will be to induce pers shaving

I Gibbs of St. Petersburg tial so that we may remain eye trouble or those wearing glasses the Importance -

M and Edward Waters Col- safe from the holo- of having their eyes tested annually, since
; 4 I lege of Jacksonville.Gibbs caust." they are considered one of the human body's major or-
J- = Ti was thus able to The Project directorfor gans. Dr. Ambruster is the Society 1963 SYVW chairman -
host the Second Annual
vice Foundation des-
9 Florida Conference, cribed the United Na- OPEN FOR BUSINESSGOODSON
: 1 r termed by Corboy as the
: tions which CLEANERS Announces the Opening of
v as one a New
L largest attended in the
I 'promises some ulti- Branch Office at 5504 Avenue B. "Coae Where You
I Region. In terms of at-
T- -L _ tendance it outrankedthe mate solution to pro- Can Get Quality Cleaning at Budget Prices. "
COMPETITION WAXES HOT! ---Vying teams of the 1963 YMCA World Series Membership drive 1962 meeting whichwas blems of the arms race -- Free Pickup & Delivery Service --

are already engaged in intense competition following last Friday night's second held on the campusof and the recurrence of
weekly report meeting, according to Thomas Hargrave James Weldon Johnson Y* s execu- the University of wars." MEN AND WOMEN NEEDED

'.tive secretary. Hargrave said the YMCA Braves under adroit Manager W. A. Jones, are Florida.The Ala. Gov. DefiesIntegration fORK IN CIVIL SERVICENo
setting the current pace. Team competitors shown in top photo ftom left are: Ellis Organization foun-

Anderson, Thomas Crompton, Herbert Torrence, Bishop Sadie Gibson, Renzer Bell, Ezekiel ded in 1946 "to make Experience Necessary-Grammar School Education )
W. BryantW.A. Jones,Mrs. Earlene SpearsJames C. SmithEddie BrownMiss Gwendolyn the charter and the work Usually Sufficient-Train Now at Home For Jobs'

Randolph and Latimer Williams. Bottom pix from leftHerbert'Torrence of the Yankees J. of the United Nations MONTGOMERY Ala. With Security-For Details, Send Name, Address,
received first prize of a Ham from winning the runs-batted-in race during the first known to college stu- Using as his theme, Phone NO. to: NATIONAL TRAINING SERVICE P.O. Box

meeting. Other awardees are Rev. E. Jt Rivers, Booker Wilson, Mrs. Eddie Lee Baker, dents, has met with 'sEgregation forever" 561. Jacksonville, Florida.
Torrence and Ellis Anderson. (Baker Photos) opposition throughout incoming Gov. George
the nation. Wallace in his inrugral
Medicine Scholarship Playmakers Leave For 7 Week 'Tour Girl Scout Mayor Herman Goldner of address recently told
St. hit his audience, "From
Applications Being Of U. S. European Military BasesThe Week ObservedThe the major Petersburg problem of upon the this day we intend to nr-

world when he told the take the offensive and
Received By BoardApplications. Florida A. and M. University play- mind reels at. M
carry our fight for
students, "in
\.. .- for. .. makers, left Thprsday for a sevenweektour reading a list of the college a freedom across the -. M. ++ o e
world coming
" scholarships for the of United States military bases in 'days' and the closer together rapidly by tech- nation, wielding the 1_Lei I d
study of medicine are Europe under sponsorship of the Depart- 'weeks" we are sup- nical achievements made, balance of power we l M Q 1 1o .
I being received two ment of Defense.The posed to observe each possess in the south m N ,, :
we have not kept apace 3.
months earlier this year in this country. '
year land.
18-member has been 2lv
group a guild troupe if.
;; a a
than usual by the State Some reach an ultimatein
under Dr. Randolph Fd- selected for appearances
Board. Wilson of Health.Dr. T. Sowder monds. will present two abroad. In 1958, student absurdity. But The STRAND s a MRS.. PORTER)
State health officer plays during their tour actors and actressesfrom others are very dif- MIRACLESSAMSON American Palmist

said that under the new of France Germany FAMU made a hit tour ferent. They bring STARTING SUNDAY *'5739 New Kings Rd.
trimester system inaugurated Fngland and Italy. of seven African nations widespread public notice '"" mJacksonville. FtlCXOeO .

this' year. by state* ojtkis compliment to under sponsorship of theU. to activitiesand .. THE CDlO SCOPE.
universities** the; first the 'FAMU Playmakers' .S.- Department of State organizationswhich i
Guild and a high testi- The FAMU players since are of great -
trimester was completed ------ -- -
before Christmas and ap- monial to Dr. Edmonds, organization of thi value. That is emi-
thus head of the Departmentof guild in 1947. have been nently true of Girl
Scout Week, to be -
necessitated much earlier Speech and Drama. well received. Most recently -
that this is the second they received a March 10-16.
than in previous years
April 10 is the deadline time in five years that standing ovation in.the. Last year marked the the
new Jacksonville- Civic 50th Anniversary of '! .
Auditorium after pre- this movement. This

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Race relations by another name Is Just as im-
portant. _
The current meticulous connoisseurs of
GRAMBLING La. (SPECIAL---Mixing ball
race relations are calling it "human
Hawking alertly with its high-scoring
instead, of, race relations,
which It really is. trademark, Grambling College staged its
final silk scantie raid of the regular
All of our dealings with humans are ,
season Monday night by dehorning Jackson
human relationsbut this is not what we
state 81-72.
mean when we speak of segregation of

Negroes by whites and the opposition to 4p4T After a slow start the test with controlled

this segregation by Negroes. The Negrois Tigers caused the usual exuberance and a twinge

segregated not as a human but as a remorse in enemy ranks of sympathy while departing -

darkskinned human. prompting Coach Harrison seniors Her shell

The struggle to keep Negroes down that Wilson to label then "a nest Rufus Calhoun

the southern whites are pressing with Jt great team loaded with Bobby Ricks and Tommie
L t excellent talent." fiowens closed their
such determination is an interracial :.x ca
It is Fresh from the 133-91 reers.
struggle. more specific than a

human struggle; and those who have erudi- Southern University American West a brilliant Ail-
tely called it human relations are stand- t holocaust Fred Hobdy'sgazellegaited pressure on the defense

ing so straight that there is danger of hoopsters with his outside shooting -
struck late to register
their toppling over backward.The collecting 19
dealing of whites with whites are their 24th victory in points. Big Willis Reed

human relations and so the dealings of ? 26 games. topped all scorers and

__ : ., Grambling trailed 38- added to his strato-
Negroes with Negroes. But most of the _
34 at intermission.
dealings of whites with Negroes is a spheric average by posp-
matter of race relations. I want to see A capacity crowd of ing in 33 points.

4.500 watched the con- Calhoun 12. and Wilbur
human relations in general improved butI

especially want to see the race relations Gallimore Lee Frazier, 10, also hit in
double figures for Gram
between whites and Negroes improved.I .

want to see segregation discarded Named All-Pros bling.
Don Smith paced Jackson

everywhere and segregation is definitelya ALL STAR LINEUP---Acclaimed the most successful since its initial presentation, Ray KANSAS CITY. Mo. Ex- with 22 points. James

matter of race relations.This Mitchell's annual North-South Golf Tournament which was held Feb. 18-22 at Miami's Rattlers halfback Willie Benton, a playmakingpepper
column is to .out how pot had 17.
point West View Country Club, drew noted golf enthusiasts from throughout the nation. Galimore and tackle Wil
debt the and the Grambling ended south-
a country Negroesowe Some of the wellknown participants (shown above) who helped spark this year ,s lie Herman Lee have been
to the athlete for western Conference play
the he
Negro part extravangza were, from left: Willie Davis and John Roseboro of the Los Angeles Dod named to the NAIA All-
has in the betterment with a 13-1 standard.
played ,of
race re- gersDr.; Norman Jaffe, eye surgeon and member of West View Country Club; Morrie Pro football team picked Jackson finished in the
lations. Some sagacious candidate for a homes and jack Mackty, from member rosters.
Lomaskin, general contractor specializing inNegro noising; runners-up spot with a

doctor's degree could find there a fer- pro at West View; Harry Markowitz, owner of Hampton House; Maury Wills of the LOS Both Galimore and Lee ...9-5 league record. The

tile topic for a dissertation.It Angeles Dodgers; Dr. Sam Hiviat, retired and member of West View; and jim (Junior) are with the Chicago Mississippi five com
would be difficult to out
point anyone Gilliam of the Los Angeles Dodgers. ** Bears. piled a 19-7 overall
factor thAt has done so much tn improve .
II ark.
the image i the Negro in the eyes Lakers' ,
Rookie Gene WileyProQuintet's :Rattlers Cagers
of the world as the performance of the V Orioles GH Rates GainesAs Farber Resigns

Negro athlete.
Finish Fourth
Negro heroes of the squared circle have "Unsung Hero"LOS Baseball's Fastest Man
\ From Jax SUMS
been powerful influences for the crea-
ANGELES-ANP) ---One of the Among NAIA TeamsNEW
tion of a finer image of the Negro race. unsung BALTIMORE-ANP---Who is the fastest man in base- Jacksonville SUNS'
heroes of the Los Angeles Lakers this
Let us take Jack Johnson, for instance, ball? You're wrong if you say Maury Wills, despitethe General Manager Bobby
he was one of the world' greatest pugilists season is Gene Wiley, a 5-10 rookie from YORK CITY. N.Y.t'll.l fact that he stole 104 bases last season. Maduro announced today
the University of Wichita. _
h x> 1 o.lf
Of course he committed the unpardonable AU UA U Z% m University the resignation, effec-
There are several had little opportunity
sin of marrying white, but the Wiley has not won claim lain and company and basketball team tive immediately of
speedsters who might to his class
prove as a
ring has not known a greater championthan either as a scorer of that sent him on his way finished fourth in the Robert J, Farber who had
small take Maury on, a straightaway. hitter. He made 52 appearances -
nation colleges -
he. the Wilt Chamberlain ilk as a pro. among been Director of Sales
at the plate
And what Jack Johnson lacked Joe Louis nor a rebounder in the "He, really acceptedthe in team offense Lee for the baseball club
MacPhail general batting .231 on 12 hits
had in abundance. By any measure, Joe class with Bill Pussell. challenge. says according to NCAA sta- since November 1. 1961
manager of the Baltimore including three doublesand
Louis was great in his prime and he added But he is gaining recog- his cauch Fred Schaus. National tistics released Collegiate by the Orioles believes that a solitary homer. An offer to affiliate

nition as a defensive 'and now he seems to with the firm of Employee -
lustre to the Negro's image by his modesty -
Athletic Bureau last he has candidate for the With Indianapolis in
player with great poten- look forward to playing Benefit Consultants -
and his devastating punch. the now dead American
week. The Rattlers had a "fastest man" honors.He .
What about Negroes and the cinder path? tial in that department. against him. 19-6 record is Joe Gaines 26- Association Gaines Inc. in the Pru-

Eddie Tolan and Jessie Owen have broughtname During the early sea- Before Wiley's arrivalin season year-old outfielder the batted .315 in 1961. He dential Building a firm
son. Wiley proved quitea the NBA. Russell was FAMU cagers racked up a which specialises in employee
and fame to the Negro race in the total of 2.345 points in Orioles acquired in the slammed 20 doubles, 12
of the world. nemesis for Chamber- considered the only man triples and a solitary benefit progress,
eyes 25 off-season from the
against their
lain. In one of the ear- who gave Chamberlain games homer. was so te_ ..ting. Farber
Negro football greats are to numerous opponents' 1979. The Cincinnati Peds. ___" ?
is ended ly meetings between the trouble. The Boston Cel- the winter decided to make the
During sea
to mention. No football season Rattlers averaged 93.8 Gaines recently licked
San Francisco Warriorsand tic ace's chief tacticis son he won the Puerto change. He will continue -
that does not bring to prominence some ppg. while their opponents Kansas City's speedy
has renown.On Lakers Gene blocked to force Wilt to Pican batting title witha however to rooton
who won
Negro football player averaged 79 ppg. Jose Tartabull. Pitts-
cleanly three straightdunk his 77-for- his favorite SUNS at
must shoot fadeaway .352 mark on
the gridiron the Negro athlete attempts by Chamberlain jumper further out on Grambling (LA. ) is lead- burgh shortstop Julio 219. He collected 12 the Jacksonville Base-

be reckoned with, and Negro allAmericansare This had National the court. Wiley on the ing with 97.9 ppg. Gotay and Cincinnati doubles 7 triples and ball Park.
common news. Forward Waite Bellamywas shortstop Chico Ruiz ina 4 home runs. "It is a civic dutyto
The current newspapers are making much Basketball Association other hand can actuallyget the big gun for the 100-yard dash in the The Orioles was brought support so fine an

of the fact that down in South Carolinais observers his hand up above Floridians with a game Puerto League winter from Cincy for $30,000 organization as the"
who speaking of Wiley almostin and force Chamberlain to and two minor league Jacksonville SUNS,
a young Negro Blocker by name, average of 17 rebounds a play. f
the breath players. said after
same as arch his shots. This Farber
is a budding sensation. News accounts Russell for defensive game and, tallied .99 of _JohnMcHale president 'Gaines came high his resignation .
have it that more than sixty schools, skill cuts down on accuracy. 120 free throw attempts. "of'the"Milwaukee Braves. MacPhail said. "But he tendering'' associa-

white and colored, are trying to get Oddly enough it was Wilt of course can NCAA statistics placed had this appraisal of can run throw and field 'and toy
Blocker for their respective teams. Even Chamberlain that probably outjump the average the Rattlers in a tie Gaines in New York recently and its possible that tion with the club

Southern white colleges are bidding for made Wiley as a pro. player but time aftertime with Orange State : he can do the Job we've been most rewarding. My
Gene has deflectedor (Calif. ) for eighth "There is a heck of a from friends will find me out
services of young Blocker. It The Lakers and the War- been seeking a
the playing
batted a shot offChamberlain's among free throw per- prospect who can outrun at the ball PlIes sight
is seriously to be doubted whether there riors were touring with righthandedhittingoutfielder.
centage leaders a "
in baseball. If ly.
head. anyone "
scramble for an athlete. during the exhibition
such a of .745.Hamp-
was ever The only way that Chamberlain percentage he hits bi -league pitching -
Wake Forest, one of the "Big Four" of season and Wiley had can score on den-Sydney (Va.) was the he can be a whale,

} North Carolina white colleges was: until never seen the Big Dip- Wiley who is the string leader with a percentage of a ball player. He '

recently a segregated institution, but per performed. Naturallyhe bean type with his 6-10 of .787. always hit in the minors 6Yt1 & SINS

Wake Forest came out boldly and made its was awed. height is to outmusclehim .' '. He's never had a chancein
bid for Blocker. Let us hope that Blocker "I didn't think I with his 60-pound Gibbs Toe Host t the majors." .

will measure up to every dream of grid- could make" it with the advantage. Mar. 8 9 TourneyST. With the Reds Gaines Fuel Oil & Bottled Gas
footballer Lakers. he recalls ,
iron greatness. When the Negro Wiley hasn't been a
Turner Cleared 25 To 1,000 If Necessary
"I had never seen Wilt
gets the ball and "breaks loose" down play so you can imaginehow big scorer for the PETERSBURG -- A

the field for a touch-down, racial bars stunned I was. The Lakers averaging something total of eight teams Of Gambling 6330 Rtstlivi Drill rim PS 4.951&now

tumbling down. over 3 points a will play in the Florida
go only thing that kept me
with the team was the game but that doesn't junior College Athletic Charges By Court

assurance that nobodyever faze Schaus. Association's tournament PHILADELPHIA -- Ex- itS Pepsifor
scheduled for March 8-9
stopped him." "Ve don't care if Gene leading welterweightboxer
at Gibbs Junior College.
During the 11-game tour doesn't score a point. Gil Turner was acquitted -
the coach. lie has Johnson Junior Collegeof those who
Wiley accepted the chal- says of running a

lenge against Chamber- learned to slip over and Leesburg is the gamblin house by JudgeJ. think r
latest team to sign voung
Iii block up
rH a man driving Sidney Hoffman Feb.
for competition in theAssociation's
i through so our opponentsare 22. Turner still faces
forced to change annual tournament. charges of assault and

WHYPfflfMOREWHEN their style of play." Washington of Pensacola. battery on officers.

Earlier in the season, Rosenwald of Panama City Hoffman told Turner's "; "
: .. YOU CANT Schaus had this apprai- Hampton of Ocala. Lin- attorney he would con- J3 .,

t r ( sal of his 24-year-old con of Fort Pierce tinue ruling on the .''- .
BUY BETTER charge from Amarillo, Volusia of Daytona, other charges.

Tex. Roosevelt of West Palm

Gomes Signs Beach, and Gibbs of St. HELP SMOKE

! Petersburg had already .
With SunsRighthand indicated they would BEAR PREVENTFOREST .q's .

pitcher Puben pay.ln this year's f j. FIRES -. -
tournament.ur .
I Gomez 8-0 with the team

\ last year before being 6

, sent up to the Cleveland WHEN YOU ARE ILL

clnb--signed his 1963

contract with the Jax I
Wk t: Delilah Gave Samson Tkal dews SUNS of the Inter- 3 You Seek The Best Doctor

; national League. When Your Doctor PrescribesGet

: HAIR CUTjpySfce The 35-year old Gomez Experie.ced pharmacists

had verbally agreed to ...According to your Doctor's .

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Suns team in January Beat balitv DrugsProprietor
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after having receivedhis

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12 POWDERS 25 who had purchased his
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24 POWDERS 49 signed his Suns' con Parents han as much fun as ]

; Barber College Inc. tract Gomez last who very Lilly's Drug Store youngsters today...end! naturally fwfl .

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has an effective assortment thirst like a coW,Inviting Ptpct ..
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Showing Hire Marrary, Gilbert i Anderson Recapture Last Year's Role In HE Regional Class "A" Cage TourneyWINNAHS Bas .Iull ,

Mircfc' 1924Holiday

On Ice. the t
world famous ice show
The ever-changing pic-
will give nine 'qz
performances -
ture during the spring
in Jacksonville's #
putting together of pro-
Coliseum March
; fessional baseball teams
may be as confusing as a
international cham-
Jigsaw puzzle to the
pions and a different
i bz general public but they
format mark the 18th an- : : Li
are as clear as glass to
nual tour of Morris
4 i Jacksonville SUNS
Chalfen's production. In '"t; ;tL : 4C General Manager. Bobby
recent years Holiday On Maduro.
Ice has shown in every f aa
Answering a Questionput
continent on Earth and ::
to him by a local
the current cast will
over seas at the end of : newspaperman the genial
Cuban-born executive ex
the season.In j
: plained the reasons for
a new concept of ice .
the many changes in the
show entertainment. :1'
: formation of a spring
Holiday on Ice for 1963 4 Y. Yz
training roster and that
presents "The SleepingBeauty"
of the actual make-up of
form the immortal t
the squad fielded on
Tchaikovsky Bal-
let The production in T ;: E : t Opening Day.;
'"When the SUNS open in
planning since 1961. -
stars Robert and Rose- : sc1 Jacksonville on Tuesday.

marie Unger German .;, April 16 against Toronto
the squad may look a lot
skating experts.New .
different than it did oa
faces include Bar- -gr ;
: L paper back in January"
bara Martin, who represented -
he said. "But there isa
Germany in the I'L lot of method to what
1960 Olympics and Ted ,
: think is madnessin
; people
Oeeley. a celebrated = :
clown, outstanding performers : baseball. Major Lea-
of other years gue baseball and we're

with the '63 version include : only a step away from
Alice Quessy Jau- v : that brand of ball in

nita Per elly, Ray Bale Triple-A, is not like
: horse trading.

mer.the ",Alfreda Williams Mendoza family.and 4 : :: Ii .t,? .8' i First, at the end of

Jinx the ice-skation the season the General

monkey, who was a hit in Manager field manager,
coaches and scouts get
the show a year ago returns s.
with his mistress together to asses the

Darlene. worth and value to the
: <
Tickets may be pur- team of every player.

chased by mail from the There are many things to

Coliseum. 1145 E. AdamsSt. be considered as you
or over the counterat AN' STILL MPS--Running true to fOnD,Murray High School' Bulldogs of St. Augustine copped their second straight Northeast must realize. Not Just

the Civic Auditorium Regional Class 'A' basketball championship by racking up a 70-64 nip and tuck victory over Matthew W. Gilbert o f Jackson- batting averages, pit-

the downtown ticket of- viI Ie's Fighting Pant hers last Saturday night to ring down the curtain on another highly successful cage tourney which took place chers' won and lost and

fice J1emming S\t .. '.., 'Friday and Saturday Mar. 1 and 2 at New Stanton Senior High gym. Hax Douglas Anderson's Fiery Dragons took consolation honors all the statistics which

with ..a close 61'-58. de cision over New Stanton Senior High's Blue Devils.By coincidence, the three top quintets duplicated last year's are an interesting part

Cobras' Move final play. In top ph oto (left) W. W. Hartley, superintendent of .schools, St. Johns County, warmly congratulates Murray Coach Al- of the game to the base-

phonso Malcolm Jones and his champion Bull Dogs. Top photo (left): are Coach Oscar Normanfourth frees left)and his courageous Pan- ball public. But real

Closer To Title thers; All tourney forward Rudolph Jamison is shown receiving runner trophy from Mr.Hartley.Bottom photo (left): Coach Harold Hair values which are sometimes -

and his upsetting Jax Douglas Anderson Fiery Dragons receive Consolation trophy from Mr. Hartley. All Tourney team standing are: not seen from the

ST. PETERSBURG -- The Sylvester Singeltary. Anderson; Carlos Highsmith, Stanton; Carl Fuller Murray; Rudolph Jamison. Gilbert; and Charles Sermon Mur- stands.

Gibbs Junior College' Cobras ray; Second team: Cha rles Caldwell Anderson; John Eason, Howard; Bernard Gregg. StantonWalter; FultonAndersonand; Fred Chisolm, "When we finish that

already winners of Gilbert. Honorable me ntion:, Larry Stevens, Stanton VocationalFrank; Johnson LincolnAndrew; HumphreyCampbell; Osborne Longworth. assessment then the
four basketball
crowns Northwestern; Woodrow Dixon Mebane; Elroy Morand Howard; James Horne and Robert Gibson, Murray; George Johnson and Arlexie Gray, group decides on the
in three moved '
years Gilbert; Fred Myers stanton and Willie Biggs, Howard. Earl S. Kitchen, statistician. type team they now have

closer to their fifth (Royal Art Studio Photos by C. J. Simon) and the type team they
crown F'ebruary22.l'Jl963.: .' :: ...... .. .r .' hope to field in the

by defeating Johnson FAMU's Brochure next season. Will it -
Junior College of Lees-
speed as it does

burg tory established 114-85. The Gibbs'vic- Places SecondIn Jax Links Lady Wins Prizes In 2 Tourneys Rattlers Thinclads ProgressRest now, or will we try for
power and sacrifice
record in the Florida NatI I RatingsKANSAS .. speed a little bit? Will
Junior College Athletic -" ):: '. ? Upon Sprinter Hayes
t" r it be
Association at 8-1 and CITY. Mo.-- a team that tries

virtually assured them Florida A&M University's TALLAHASSEE---The 63 Florida A. and M. Uni- for one run at a time,

of their second consecu- football handbook placed versity track and field team will lean heavily or do we go for the big

tive PJCAA conferencecrown second amon g National upon Robert Hayes and sprints this spring revealed Inning? These are the

since thejrha e Association of Inter.. Coach Dick Hill. things that .have to bedecided.
''" --
only oner more conference, collegiate Athletics r Coach Hill is in his The FAMU 880-yard relay That is really
in the h the best what baseball strategy
game remaining. They handbooks as- first year as Fattier team posted
play Johnson Junior College sociation's judging con- track and field coach. time in the country last consists of. And wizen

again. test for 1962. 'our only strength is spring when it ran a you can come up with

The victory nelped The Rattlers' brochure in our sprints. he 1:23 4 in the Los Angeles these answers based on

prime the Cobras for the edited by the person- said 'the distance Coliseum Relays. your roster what you

defense of their PJCAA able D.C Collington runners and field per- The 440-relay mark of hope to get from the
40.2 was second to Oregon parent club. Clevelandin
tournament crown also. placed second behind formers are not up to .

In the last four games Fort Hays '(Kansas) in par." Hayes has already got- this case possible
played in the conference the printed categoryThe Hill also pointed out ten off to a racing trades, what I fled in

Gibbs has scored at editor of the Fort that Hayes and Bob start He tied the world the LatinAaerican Winter -

least 113 points three Hays brochure is Ted Harris are the only two record for the 200meterrun leagues where I have
around a curve of friends always
+ runners assured of posi- many OB
times. They will defend Tow. This year's contestwa
Y.y..R the AAU-Trinidad the lookout for the fiRe
tions on the Rattlers'speedy 20.5 in
the tournament crown ?,jidgedby Merle Harmon -
March 8-9 when eight well known television 440 and 880-relay dual meet and broke the Cuban. Puerto Rican,

teams come to St. personality of teams. Bob Paremore. a 70-yard run indoor record Venezuelan and colombian

Petersburg for the Kansas City's WDAF-TV 9.3 runner last spring of 7.0 with a 6.9. ball players I have

second FJCAA tournament and radio SUCCESSFUL JAUNT---Mrs. Maxine Mears of 1734 Campus st. (second signed a contract to The 7.0 mark had stood brought to the Majors in

from left) hit the fairway trails by entering the first annual play professional foot- for 27 years. the past then you can

ROYAL ART STUDIO Mid-Winter Open Golf Tournament at Tampa Feb. 14-16 at Rogers ball with the St. Louis Logan looks like a good put together a team that

park to win third place in the championship Flight and during Cardinals last December prospect for the 220- will be your representatives -

515 ,JHYIS{ STREET the annual Ray Mitchell Golf Tourney Feb. 18-22 at Miami, won and is ineligible for yard low hurdles. on Opening Day "

championship honors in the Third Flight. The foursome shown a- track competition.

frier Now at Reduced Prices vove at Miami from left are: Dr. Yvonne Jones of Springfield, Freshmen Danny Logan

Photo Cards Mass. third place winner Third Flight; Mrs. Mears. Mrs. Claudia and Leonard Kelly.

lidividoals Family Groops Robinson Boston Mass. second place Third Flight honoree and sophomore Grady Smith, 4"9a
Dr. Marie English Springfield Mass. first place. Second Flight. and senior Alfred Austinare

Globs Tampa tourney was organized and directed by Jimmy Taylor of New the leading candi-

Black & White Color York. Two former Jaxons Ray Mitchell, originator, and Richard dates for the four posi- >'
tions. Smith competed in
SeoiaTone Gardner, field director, held reunions with Jaxons attending the one meet last spring.

Quality Photographs Miami tourney. Mrs. Mears is contemplating entering the July 12- Austin was a starter :

18 competition at Dorado Riviera Hotel Golf and Country Club in last year but is slow
Churches Weddings Social San Juan Puerto Rico. Jackie Robinson is honorary chairman. getting into form i

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,:.You Don' t Have to Go to Town to Get L Royal Crown.Cok .' Gibbs Favored, Washington To Win I DSHE*($ SkTntont):

: Top Tourney SpotsST.


couple of teams that are i

commanding much atten- /ilhtor

Yo.r tion prior to the play-

\\'.arch This down ing of the Second Annual

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burg and Washington JC

Dixie Pharmacy 1 1 7 1 of Pensacola. The two edI to_ KEN IHIGH

will be among eight en- &4, away

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1312 Kills Rut at Myrtle Anine 350-15-700 which will be played on
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PiNts EL 3-5587-98 s..tJ.. w'g 4ew. Junior College. .At.Im "KNIGHT TRAIN"Starting
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Clips Off The BlocksBY Spark Leadership Conference Blocker Choral The STRAND STARTING SHNIAY

Parents PrepareFor -

"J. J..',: ConcertThe

Old man. Jack Frost.has.been through with what we +t Choral Parents' Club
,hope Ishis, last flifrg. The,balmy weather last # q1 Y of -Isaiah Blocker Ele-
week tempted a few of the boys to place their moitary School is making -

overcoats' in the "lay-away shops" for the season. plans for presentation of,
'Thosejore souls were all' trying to borrow a the school chorus' annual Having Trouble ?
) blanket, or something last week. concert slated for March
Call] EL 4-1I83--EX Refrigerator Service
There will beD lenty of happenings within the 28th at 8 p.m. In the 8-7943
.next two or three weeks. Two classy fetes will take Cafetorium.
place Sunday -and Monday. on the 13th, the one and ; According to the president ALL WORK DONE IN YOUR HOME 24 Hew Ssr ice

only Count fRed Bank, better known as Mr. Basie Mrs. L. P. S.
will bring his swinging aggregation to the Duval Askew, The chorus and SOL BERNSTEIN SINCE 1942 3518 ANDREWSGOOD
County Armory. The big Basie Band will swing out its directors are work-

for the Urban League. Members of the Fla-Jax have ing hard to make the LUCK HAPPINESS &
come to, the fore once again in community affairs concert a success."
and have placed their shoulders to the wheel. They .T The chorus has been HEALTH CAN BE GAINED

are providing backbone for the dance. The Urban rated as one of the best CONSULTMRS. -
League is the pet project of the club. in the state among Junior
Members of the teaching profession are getting High groups, having pre- KINGFor
their gear in order and making plans to invade viously received superior Immediate Help.
FAMU PP -LFGAL SOCIETY held its third annual leadership con-
Miami on the week-end of March 13, 14 and 15th. ratings at both Spiritual Medium & Gifted
ference for high school students here at Florida A and M University -
Most of the business of the Teachers' Leader Guarantees
Association state and district fes- success
recently. Persons figurine in the seminar were: T.M.
has, been transacted in the smoke filled and where others fail! Gives
rooms Jenkins (left), dean, college of Law, FAMU: John Moss. assistant tivals. During presentations -
there is little left for the Miami sessions but at church and Advice & help on all
Professor, college of Law; Grethen Jackson, quest com-
frivolity and the sanctioning of the paying of sneaker, Boston; C. J. Smith, III, director of public relations munity activities this affairs of life. Mrs.
bills. Of course there are always bigtime speakersto FAMU; Theodore Niras chairman, Pre-legal Society; and year, the group has been King is not a Gypsy.
deliver discourses on very professional topics Irving Mills president, Pre-legal Society. the recipient of numerous SATISFACTION & SUCCESS
which we don't understand. Those pore souls who -- ------ _co cm 51 dat io n s. GUARANTEED! Lucky Days i
wait to hear teacher paycivil rights, professional & Numbers. Hrs. 9-9 -
ethics, teacher-principal relationships and the I ******* POLICE REPORTS._.._ V_._V J FOR RENT Closed Wed. p.m. Sun. .

like discussed will never see the topics come up. Film-PIam Suspect Wounded in the left leg. 12-5 P.m. Bus 21,
the head with a shovel, Rooms For Rent H&C water
Sunday morning, the trek back home will begin with Trying Escape From Police Several pawn ticketswere causing the victim to use of whole house rightat Highway 90 E. wu
the pore kids catching it Monday from worn-out' found in Rl dl ,
ey' s
:be taken to a doctor fortreatment. bus lines On westsideof 5505 Beach BlYd.
teachers.Our Joseph Lee Ridley, a wallet. He was arrestedand Both men were town. No children.
sister weekly did an expose on just one of the flim-flam suspect, was charged with film- later arrested and takento FL 4-3720 New Beach Road
fellows who parley days work for dates with substitute wounded while trying to flam and resisting ar-
city jail on charges
teachers.' The rumor has been floating a- escape from the police rest. tot fighting and disorderly -
round for some time that you must cooperate with Friday, it was reported. Sgt. K. 0. Holsabeck and,, conduct. Ifeet

certain programs if you want to sub in certain Investigators said that L. C. Hamwey*assisted, Sgts. J. L. M. Jordan,
schools. In fact some, even have "regular subs." when Ridley saw Patrolmen in the Investigation. IR.! C. Matthews and Patrolmen -
Don t get us wrong. ,There ,are many head-men in the .,W. Solomon and R. a! i E. -M. Sikes and A Man
... .... ...: Young
schools who are true blue, we are Just thinking of George on the 700blockof "I Ji E. Goode investigated.
the few who make like the snake. W. Ashley St. he f !I ,.
Me and the State have something in common. Both of fled the scene betweenthe Shovel-Fighters '..41 :... .... .... Aggressive Courageous
us have lakes. The only thing wrong is that I have buildings on Ashleyto Are Arrested r
nothing but mud in mine; they are in the middle of W. Church where he attempted Usual Common-Law Trouble {Friend To Working People
the streets and the lakes catch cars in them., The to hide under a James Frank Wilcox, 45, ,

streets in 3-B look like obstacle courses for building. of 1543 Van Buren and Mrs. Trudy Mae Boldenof Harry B. Mahon
tanks. We hope that the Highway Commissioner or When ordered to come James Pitts, 53, (Address 1977 Baldwin St.told
one of his "expediters" travel the route.At out, Ridley again turned not given), were police that her common-
one time the menfolk could tell Mama that they tail and failed to heed working together diging husband ,kept her
were going, ,to the barber shop and get away with several orders from the .a hole when they became law locked out' of. the house ;:- will work -Io: ", cicBi;
murder. That tale is out now. First the likes of officers to halt. One engaged in a violent when she attempted to
Lillie Sconiers began to grace the tonsorial par- shot was then fired, argument reports stated. enter it Monday night. Protect YourHOMESTEAD
lors. Now a new charmer is in training. Barbara .wounding Ridley slightly Pitts struck Wilcox on She added that when she

Adams is currently undertaking a course in lock- APARTMENT FOR RENT finally was about to open EXEMPTIONImprove
trimming. She is a spicy dish that will really
FOR RENT 4-RM Apt-H&C WaterReasonable666 the door, her husband cut
draw the men like flies to her chair when she She taken to
W. 10th her. was
finishes training.On 4-RM Apt With Bath t.1
Duval Medical Center for
El 4-5119 -
Week .
the subject of "legs" or gals as Kermit $10.00 Per

"Fess Kelly" Thomas calls them, there are a PO 8-4760 FOR SALE I treatment..... .*. .... LOCAL ROADS in Your SUBDIVISIONS
passel at the FAMU training center for nurses. In ROOM FOR RENT Slugged And RobbedBy
1955 BUICK 4-Door Sedan
order to get in on the know, check with Robert Nice,Big Room, Upstairs -Fully Equipd-One Owner Three Men and COMMUNITY AREAS
Wkly Settled Man '
- Heard or Carswell.Our $7
1525 W. 33rd St. Provide
neighbor, Mrs. Marie Stewart is mending fast. 1027 Julia St. Willie Robinson of 1987W.

She hopes to be home soon. Lois Avery is confinedfor HOMES FOR SALE 17th St. reported
a spell. Alveria "Cookie" Davis is home and BRICK HOMES-3 BDRM2BatbsCarportBuilt fading slugged and robbedby
moving about after a stay in the sick-bay. In three men Saturday
There is a treat in store for all music lovers. Oven & Range-As Low As night police reported.
That is those of the modern vein. A swinging six- Hair PreparationsCor. $400 Down-$72 Mo thly- He said he was standingin
teen piece band will give out in a benefit jazz Broad & Ashley Model Home-6234 Cleve- front of his home
fest at the Elks Rest on March 10. The group will EL 4.2159 land Road PO 5-1296 when three men approached
boast of everything including the kitchen sink. .. him. One of the 'trio hit : Harry B. Mahon will appreciate Your: Vote

they have a tuba player. him over the back of his

Kappa brcthers honored the, AKAs last week at the HI -NOTES head knocking him down. HELP ELECT
El Dorado. Music was provided by Eugene White and \ He said that he was
his combo. We were surprised to see Reed jack son, GRAND OPENING dragged behind the build- \
I I I I 1
Jr. on drums. He did a whale of a good job on the \ ing where his wallet with I
skins. Eugene croons and plays the 'rgan....Everybody RENDER'S REST $30 in bills, and two
speaks of Curtis Taylor's hospitality, but dollars in currency and
few know the cooks whose dishes have become fa-* 5631 AVENUE B some papers were taken. LEGISLATURE GROUP 7IM. f
mous. Demeris" and her aides can really burn... Patrolmen T. L. Mays and
It was Verdelle Mons and Hattie Johnson the boys SUNDAY 9 a.m. UNTIL W. Solomon investigated .Politlttl'Adv. 11 Harry .. Mahonl"
saw and wondered as to their identity. Verdelle isa s
stenog for Earl Johnson and Hattie provides VATURDAY 12 a.m. UNTIL CHOP DOWN FOOD PRICES AT
visual dessert for the customers at Bubba's Coffee )

Shop.Said the Walrus to the Carpenter, 'Ttow is the time MONCRIEF& mGIWOOD Super' Markets

to speak of cabbages and kings, ships and sealingwax No Cover Charge FREE!
and things like that." On the political front,

many of the "vote-getters' did not turn out the
vote as expected. In fact they had invisible work
ers because"they were not seen working. Certain SEE! THE KING OF THE TWIST 7 .s. y Open T days r

Negroes who profess to be leaders in church and ii
to 12 a week
civic work supported the heir apparent to the CHUBBY CHECKERWITH p.m.
Greene political fortunes and worked hard against
Ernest Jackson. The big time Baptist and the AWE
cooperated against "Jack" ....John Q. Public was
loyal to his soul brother. In the home precinctof .
one of the fleechers, he pulled 14 votes for PO 3 9494 f Delivery

Mr.Mrs.Greene.Essie McCray Silva was one of many Jamns who i M7rii t.-L .-

attended the recent PTA congress in Miami. While
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there in the bottom, she visited friends and the rCHUBBY ,-

better half. Willa Dean Wells took in a tour of FIRST CUT $1 00 t
Williamsburg and the Tidewater Area of Virginia. ,

She was a chaperone on the YWCA sponsored trip.C. Pork Chops 10. (
J. Simon, our man Friday in the photog department ,for
is the man you see going around snapping
pictures of the Walker's Deluxe staplers. He is responsible it-! I GROUND 99c MEDIUM 100 1 SMALL SPARE 39cI tt t
for the photoes you have seen in the

lobby of the Tropicanna Enquire and other places. BEEF Neck Bones RIBS t tt
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