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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 16, 1963


Subjects / Keywords:
Newspapers -- Titusville (Fla.) ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Cocoa (Fla.) ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Brevard County (Fla.) ( lcsh )
newspaper ( marcgt )
newspaper ( sobekcm )
Spatial Coverage:
United States -- Florida -- Brevard -- Titusville
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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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j Set For April IS!

I Jax Civil Service Board announced this week

__ x that examinations to establish a class.of new

rtT BASE SCHOOLS Negro patrolmen for the city's police departwill .

be held on Monday, April 15th. Deadline for

( applications will be April 1st.

\ f Requirements state that . .
Schools On Bases : an applicant shall have; at the Office of the
Editor At frtgattd
Buds Large Vote
lived in the State of: Civil Service Board.

M Will Lost Florida for at least one 3 Room 1201. City Hall
Federal hnn3s
\ I As : Unfair To All
\ Citizens year and Duval Countyfor 220 East Bay St. No per-

WASHINGTON-ANP--A situation that would at least six months;; son will be admitted

Sots Need For Covrt Rlnf! have resulted in the federal government shall be a legal resident until such proof is
1 BY ERIC 0. SIMPSON' building integrated on-base schools for and registered wi tb 3 shown before date of
\ Editor, Florida Star children of military personnel, while'at "- qualified electors of f test. Applications must

the same time paying segregated school the City of Jackson be filed personally or

The districts to provide teachers and run ville and Duval County. be mailed not later than
prospect of a legal battle to test
the them was averted last week following a Physical requirementsstate i midnight. April 1.
i constitutionality of voting at large '
public outcry. that applicantsmust Starting salary for
for certain elective posts in Duval CoUn-
Health, be at least 5 feet: those passing the test
Education and *
j ty loomed this week-end as Ernest Jackson,
't candidate for the House of Representatives Welfare Secretary Anthony unsuitable. Segregated 9 Inches In height shall L will be $96.84 per month

- suddenly realized c. Celebrezze issued education has been weigh not less than 16G) and $413.67 per months
I the virtual impossibility -
I a statement clan deemed to be unsuitable. pounds possess ahlgh i after six months and

an at-large basis.of a Negro being elected on fying an earlier order Under the law, the Dr. and Mrs. Julian W. Giles received school or GED diplomaand L $430 50 per month after

I il Jackson that stated HEW and the Federal government has congratulations from Mr. W. ,R. Armstrong, must be between the s one year's service.
polled 17,595 votesthe
largest Department of Defense been paying; local districts Jr.", hospital director, and Dr. B. B. ages ,of 21 and 33 years

number but compiled was defeated by a Negro by his in white Duval opponent County -- intend to provide"suitable" appr cximately Bagby, chief of staff, both of the VA not having passed. a 34th> 2 Jax Women

$190 per child per year. hospital, MontgomeryAlabama during a birthday.
i ( and inte-
Tom Greene who snowed him under
with 37,138 votes.In grated education for Both the Defense Department reception held in his honor recently. Dr. Applicants must indi Report Rip
Giles is the newly appointed director of cate proof of
children at six military and HEW were age requirements -
addition to it
making obvious that
r the system of at-large voting contradictsthe bases in the South criticized because it the 1912-bed VA Hospital at Tuskegee, educationand 1 A young Jacksonville woman -

'concept of representative government, which have refused to was felt that even Alabama. voter registrationTeacher > who lives in the

desegregate their local though they built on- 2100 block of Venus
last Tuesday's elections proved: Held
facilities.The base schools local Negroes In Voter Drive Street reported that
+ 1. A Negro candidate must win in the
w bases and their lo- districts would stillbe I she
was raped by severalmen
.........f i r.q*?,p.. by predominately Negro votes: = ,
Myrtle Beach Air running thesiand1 Hold Up nigh t.
2. That if a Negro candidate goes into Miss.ANPAs police"reported '
Force Base in South secondly, if parents The victim wbe. works asa
the second primary with a white candidate the arrests of two white suspects NEW ORLEANS-(ANP)--- saleswoman
Carolina Fort Stewart still chose to send a beauty
he must pull no less than one-third in the shooting of a Negro civil rights Some 40 teachers at products ttnrsatd 0fca-
and Robbins Air Force their children to
i of the white votes in addition to the majority. worker from ambush three more were Injured Lincoln High School in was going hose walking
Base in Georgia, and segregated schools, the
of'Negro votes. in another gunshot attack. nearby Marrero last along Payne Street when
Fort McClellan and FortMcClellan Federal government would
a(, It has been this writer 'contention Meanwhile, in answer* .\ week were forced to go some barking dogs caused
for it.Celebrezze's
)r that at-large voting is in opposition to and Fort pay to the first shooting, which police believe payless when the her to go onto the rail-

f the principle of representative govern- Rucker in Alabama. new state- several civil rights might have been done school's principal and road tracks FhortJy
Some 2,700 children in ment, however, was un- with sub-maching
ment because it deprives the citizens ina organizations engagedin a gun. an aide returning froma after she got onto the

given area the sole right to elect the grades 1-6 as expected; equivocal. He said: a voter registrationdrive The two were jailedon bank with their tracks she heard someone

person they feel will represent them and to be attending desegre- "in view of the in LeFlore County, relatively mild salaries; were waylaid coming up behind her;
gated on-base schoolsinan particular factor ofbuitability' felonious
charges of
their area. announced they are abducted and robbedof the started to run but

For' example, let us say that the majorityof action taken under involved stepping up their cam- assault. almost $16,000 by the man caught up with
in the six 'which
Public Law 874, 'Im- cases
the citizens in Ward 5 want candidateA paign. Their leaders Meanwhile Greenwood two smooth-talking, her and put hid arm around -

as their Councilman and express their pacted Area" public were the subject of our have also appealed to city officials raised "educated" thieves ina her neck and pulled -

choice by their vote. Candidate B couldbe ,school program, which recent announcement, President Kennedy, Atty. the old segregationistcry move reportedly her to the ground.
ways the government must arrangements for of outside ad ta- The woman said severalmen
elected over the Candidate A by pulling Gen. Robert Kennedy masterminded by a
just a handful of votes out of the provide "suitable"education operation of these on- Gov. Ross Barnett of tors. faculty member. took turns assaulting -

other wards which when added up would when that base schools will be Mississippi and Dr. The latest shooting Robbed as they were her. At one time she
which is provided by the made with the Depart- victims in GreenwoodSNCC pretended to be dead and
outnumber the total. votes cast by the John Hannah, chairmanof returning from the
local district is deemed ment of Defense.Miami field secretaries heard one of her attackers -
people of Ward 5. the Federal Civil Guaranty Bank and Trust
Thus it winds that the citizens of and Miss Peggy Marie. suggest that they
_ up Police Kill Alleged Rights Commission to Company were theschool's
pull her on the tracks
They were cut by flying -
Ward 5 did not choose their own repre provide protection.The assistant

sentative. He was chosen by the peoplein Robber Capture Companion vow to engage in were glass fired from when shots principal, Joseph A. her and One let of a train the attackers run over

the other wards. the "saturation campaign' a pass- Collier, 34, and Coach
MIAMI---A hail of police bullets killed ing station intoan pulled her in a ditch
The requirement that a candidate must to register wagon Henry Crosby, 32. They
the 23-year-old son of a Miami ministeras auto in which under the pretense of
live in ward to be to
a run Negro voters in LeFlore told police two menjumped
he fled the of Northwest helping her but sub-
scene a section were sitting in frontof
represent it can only be interpreted made them
County was jointly as they
jected her similar attack
last -
holdup early Sunday. SNCC headquarters.A .
i to mean the law demands that an area must by the NAACP. (CORE the entered the bank' sparking the others.
s as
be represented only by one of its own Police reported that Southern Christian fourth person in the lot and forced
head and back before The men fled when peo-
Billy Griffin_ son car. Miss Essie Lee
people one of Its own residents, (be Leadership Conference them at gun point to ple appeared in
a nearby
Rev. A. M. Griffin was being felled. Broom was not hurt.
i he white or black) and in, turn only the (SCLC) and the Student turn over a canvas backyard and the victim
killed after he was Bellamy, of 1728 NW The fact that the
people of that area community or group heldpending Non-Violent Coordinating bag containing $15,879In went to a nearby hoe
is being
cornered in; a backyard 23rd St., group had been pressingfor
shall elect him. Committee SNCC) teachers salaries. and telephoned her !tu-
further Investigation -
_ To go a bit further, it is on the same following a chase from following the shooting increased registration They were then forcedto band who took her to
the scene of the robbery reports con- of Negro voters
principle that representatives are sent here last week of James drive to New Orleans Duval County Morgue for
at 1701 NW 54thSt. cluded. left no doubt to the
to the U* S. Congress and the U. S. a Travis). of Jackson, as where the treatment.
service station. motive of the shoot-
Senate. They are elected only by the Avto Victim'sarera Miss. Travis is a thieves hopped out the According to the victim -
Officer Robert Ingram ing. It took place six
people in the states and congressional registration worker andan car and told them to one of her attackers -

I districts which they represent.It said he saw Griffin and Set SNCC field secretary.He days after the shooting keeping driving.However is wearlag several

becomes clear that the concept his companion Ralph was blasted by *a of Travis. the victimized scratches about !his face

of Bellamy point a sawed-. For Saturday In Atlanta, Wiley A. teachers did
1 representative government would be fusillade of shots not. which she IBflicted.
Bran director of the
utterly destroyed if the at-large system off shotgun 'on the into the automobile he have to wait 1 ale to S s .
of the station Final rites for auto- Voter Education Project -
: were applied to election to federal of- manager and Bob Moses of Greenville recover the money as
and demand money. crash victim Robert Lee ; set up by thesCLC
i fices. It would mean the voters in other Miss., another George Small a Negro Another woaaa described -
The patrolmen Immediately Fleming Jr. 23. of 2119 'to find the
states could help to elect congressmen field worker were detective led a, team as sevM loath
in call for Venus St. whose car best of
put a assistance ways increasing
and senators from Florida.. hick sounds riding, by three white of policemen in solving pregnant, reported HiRe
and Sgt. .. B. hurtled an Expressway the electorate in the
ridiculous. But that's what we have in men from a passing auto. the case. raped last Saturday
Char mi n and officers guard rail Tuesday night South," said the shootIngs -
Duval County a ridiculous, anamalous and plunged 100 feet Two shots tore into Arrested and charged night as she was walking
Willie and had the effectof
type of representative government. Nicholson through the air into a Travis' neck and shoul with the robbery were along Moacrief Road.
Harry Goulds responded. stimulating the
William York and The victim was about
concrete wall will be der. A 45-caliber ballet -
Jill Crow Attacked Slim Chance Seen Chased Cornered By; Dog held. Saturday. afternoon. that had lodged voter registration ef- Charles "Fats" Davis. five yards south of tile

In Oov. BarnelPs For tam Negroes Officer Gcold's police 'Jo"J">' :t '-.Y-. 1ft dangerously near Travis' fort. The four civil York is a brother- city limits bridge whoa

dog chased the two men ,. ,' ,, .-1. spine was removed in an rights organizationshave in-law of Ernest Alex- she was grabbed from be-

Home County BIRMINGHAM-ANP into a feneed-in-area operation at University accepted the challenge ander, an eighth grade hind and thrown oe tbe

With only 10.000 Negroes but the two Jumped the Hospital ,in Jackson. of the racists teacher at Lincoln, who eabaakm t of tile w.*t-

i, JACKSON. Miss.-AfP-- among the city a barrier and ran downan Neither Moses nor a Branton said, and are was described as the side of tile road. She.

A federal court suit 68,000 registered voters alley. Goulds and i companion Randolph prepared tp make Le- mastermind of the crime. said her attacker pulled

was 'filed last week the outlook is Nicholson were then Black veil, a companion, Flore County "the Alexander was also her maternity coat over

,.g.r"seeking desegregation dark for two her head to stifle bar
,, Negroes within range of Griffin who was also in the car testing ground for arrested and charged

\| "of.schools,, In Oav. Ross who will compete in an and shot him, reports was injured. democracy." with planning the robbery screams aid threatened

'\ Barnett's borne county 18-man runoff election'for continued. Bellamy was Police later arrestedtwo In Washington, the although he did to kill her if she

of Leake. nine council seatson Justice Department announced looked at hiau
then said to have Jumped white men, WilliamH. not actually partici-
The suit was filed April 2. that it was The mother-to-b was
on back Into the fenced-ln- I Greenleea Greenwood pate in it.

behalf of 10 Negro The pair W. L. Williams area, where he was attacked bulk gasoline dealer entering the case. The The robbers whom picked mp whites after

rent sor' grandparents' jr. and J. L. FBI was reported InTestine the mesa departed after
Da and held by the and Wesley Kersey, service Cullier and Crosby
la the central Missis-:: fare, pol led tf,333: and police: dog,, reports manager for a the shoot- said were wearing rain committing the rape act.

sippl roounty of 10. 559 8,772 votes respectively -. stated. ROBERT L. FLOONffJR.Mr Greenwood earthmovingmachinery ings in Greenwood and coats, hats and dark 80 f PO T

whites:and 7,532 Negroes. to qualify for the Griffin was hit by dealer as was examining a bullet glasses said they had Your
Fleming was born
runoff. several ballets in the In Jacksonville suspects in the shooting removed. from Travis'body. planned the robbery fora rb s tftgmt


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SATHUY MARCH 16 1963 ; r
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"r TMK .. FLORIDA STAR _. ..,.. ,:

:j _Publlahed br the NEWS Florid star_Publishing co. w ,#' .: :P01111CS AS USUAL ..8

"umtocr nt Associated Negro press" .

f 5 5l ERIC I. SI.MPS@N................MM*to EJitirALYSM y .,..:;,. "..._ :I I . ****4

l E. WISE News Editor 4Ifl 1 ."'". :'c: !
;I ...... HIGH ALBANY. N. Y.---In a frontal attack on

MILiA WMTEN....................CircilrtJMMAM laller' Cpll.- .:"3 President Kennedy civil rights reoort.*-
i ..::: : Governor Nelson Rockefeller last week ; P'.
1 I cused the Administration of maintaining ii-

.. OFFICE & PLANT f 1 .: : 1'F "dual standard or rights and human dignity -"
for Americans." ...

2323 HMCrief Read....P B eye Etfii I 46782El Addressing a civil rights rally of the
of the state's NAACP Conference the New
4-6783 --- York Governor branded the -

I $ President's special civil
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AIBRESS: } S..s. .. < n : rights legislation as 'too

1 P. i. Bex SSI, JackSBBtille I 1 1t Flirida < > 1 : little and too late. ,
: :
_.- : : Further Mr. Rockefeller
SMISCRIFTliN RATES : ,'- : : charged, prior to submittingthe

One Year. $6.00 Half year $4.00 ,J.- ;-: message to Congress Mr.
I Mailed to You Anywhere in the united States Kennedy had "once again remained ,
i 1 1 stn: aloof from the latest!
Sab script Ion payable In Advance r h
I efforts to end filibusters in
I Send Chaak or Honey Order Hoi.
FLORIDA STAR P. 0. BOX 561 ,'. the Senate, which, of course SIMPSON
Jacksonville 1. Florida are a principal means of frustrating civil

rights legislation.He .

SoMfh Afrkn WrHtr Siys :further indicted the Administrationwith

The recent appointment of four Federal

t His Country Faces Revolution Judges in the Deep South who were "well
known at the time of their appointment for

HAMPTON Va.---March 8. 1963Bloke f IE d 1r, their segregationist views.

Modisane, modest, sensitive South African ,\ Setting up segregated schools on Southern

writer, told a Hampton institute audience military bases under the aegis of the Department -
last Thursday night that his native countryis PERMITTING SUCH DEFIANCE IS A BLOW TO OUR WORLD LEADERSHIP of Health, Education and welfare.

a pigmentocracy on the brink of revolution Approving tax-supported funds for three

segregated training centers in Mississippiunder

He described South Africa as a land the Manpower Development and TrainingAct.

where "white is right, white is in authority .
and authority is right." You Weekly Governor Rockefeller said Mr. Kennedy

Shaking his head sadly, he expressed the ; civil rights message omitted any referenceto

1 opinion that there is no hope for a rap- 1960 campaign pledges to press for a

J: proachement between the races. He thinks : National FEPC empower the Attorney Generalto
war is inevitable. He sees it as a war in "h.: Horoscope Guide file civil suits to prevent racial dis-
multiple millions will be destroyed and crimination in civil rights and to
he predicts that other new African nationscan ; strengthen and make permanent the federal

give nothing more than moral/support to Civil Rights Commission.

the 9,000,000 South Africans. f .By PAILO The ASTROLOGER The Governor cited his own administrationfor

Answering the ,subject of his lecture, "WhyI WHICH ARE YOUR LUCKY DAYS approving the proposed 24th Amendmentto
Left South Africa" Modisane who now FCT abolish poll tax.He said his Administration -

lives in.London, said he prefers to decide BUSINESS LOVE is currently supporting measures to:
when he wants. to die. "If I had been readyto Extend collective bargaining rights to

die," he said, "I would have said - - ___________ ....-.L __ __ __ __ ___ __ ___ the state's 115,000 hospital workers (a
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'go-to-hell' to the white man who kicked large group of which are Negroes and Puerto
t me and pushed me off the walk. instead I ARIES CANCERBorn 9-10-22-14-63-912 burdensome at times. Ricans.

said, 'yes sir, boss; excuse me for lettingyou Born March 21st 19th thru June 22nd thru 8-90-99-15-32-891 Extend anti-bias in private housing to

push me off the walk.' simply could April July 22nd LIBRA cover "virtually the entire field of ac-

not face emasculation; I wanted some place Born Sept. 23rd thru CAPRICORNBorn tion." .
l where I could, live with dignity and perhaps Take your medicine or You could be riding on Dec. 22nd thru Provide protection against retaliation

tell the world what is happening in whatever do to it ease is the you painsor haveto a cloud. Romances should Oct. 23rd Jan. 19th against persons who file complaints or appear -

South Africa.- tensions that may be take a more favorable The temptation to givein as witnesses before the State Com-
He gave a moving account of the indignities turn and the possibility mission on Human Rights.
making like uncomfortable to your weaknesses Is Should your feelings .
contributing to race hatred that has for you these of planning ahead at its peak. You should gnaw at you to get down Protection against exploitation' migrant "

destroyed the Identity of the individual. days. You seem to havean *_ should get more and more not submit to the demands to work and to start domestic workers.

Blacks and Whites see each other as wearing uphill battle aheadof promising with the pas- of those you love, laying the basis for a In addition, the Governor said, the New

.1 masks. They do not communicate as one man you all through this sage of the days. You no matter how much it coming active and pro- York State Commission for Human Rights has

to another man, with respect for the in- quarter, and any assis- should avoid any form of pains you when you fitable period, do so been substantially strengthened with two

dividual. An offended white man takes his tance that you can drum compromising situations.If know that they are un- without hesitancy. It new commissioners, twenty-two additional '

wrath out on all blacks. and this blinc up should be very wel- you would like to reasonable. Reinforce would only retard you field representatives and three new branch

hatred is now prevalent on 'both sides. come indeed particular take up advanced studie your determination to considerably to ask a offices.

Modisane 'discussedf 'South African Litera- ly on the 17th and 18th. travel this coming make the most of your friend for advice that,

ture" before students in Phenix Hall on You can take refuge in spring or summer, or engage skills or commercial ad- perhaps unknowingly, is HODGES CAUTIONS SOUTH
in scientific
Friday morning. talked on "South African your ideals and convic- or vantages. You can gainan absolutely unreliable.Your .

Music and Dance" in Clarke Hall on Satur- tions when you are belni spiritual research, you edge over your competitors own intuition is a
day morning. At noon he was luncheon guest subjected to pressuresto should take the appropriate "by applying far more dependableguide WASHINGTON-ANP---A Southerner and former -

of Dr. Ganiyu Jawando and a group of Afri- take unwarranted risk steps toward shrewd Judgement and provided you have governor of North Carolina who is now
these ends any time you Secretary of Commerce said last week the
can students who are enrolled at Hampton. of any description. masking your methods in previously done every-
j find it convenient. South cannot achieve its maximum indus-
In the afternoon he was taken on a tour of ingenious ways. Even ifa thing possible to foment
the 5-30-66-13-48-536 380551896385LEO its and trial growth as long as it continues to
Williamsburg area. romance starts off growth develop-
His tour of the United States is being somewhat on the cold ment. waste the talents of its Negro citizens.
TAURUSBorn Luther H. Hodges, in an address in Memphis
_ sponsored by United Negro College Fund. side, it contains the 3-40-22-17-68-243 ,
23rd thru
Born July
April 20th thru elements or perpetuity. Tenn. before the Memphis Roundtable of the
Aug. 22nd National Conference of Christians and Jews,
A MEMORANDUMpolitical May 20th
If you feel that the 1-60-88-13-75-768 AQUARIUSBorn said the lag in the per capita income in
the South is drag the of the
The Taureans who are a on economy
campaigns are seldom honorable. time for individual enterprise SCORPIOBorn Jan. 20th thru
entire nation.
Honor Is too combersome to be practical at a knee-deep in artistic or is drawing Feb. 18th
creative pursuits are Oct. 24th thru Tracing the economic development of the
i time when ambitious men are vielng- to acquireor near, you are far from
keep a public office. not likely to have time mistaken. But you must Nov. 22nd South, Hodges pointed out that the South's

The current political campaign is no dif- for anything else. This also recognize the necessity Let everyone have his per caita income has Increased since 1928

ferent. However sedate It might appear to thr could bring protests of masking your All sorts of doubts may, or her say without committing DY almost 400 percent, while the nation as
public eyemen--and women--are determinedly from the friends who be- moves and intentions gather to discourage you yourself in any a whole increased only 200 percent.But .

going about the business of politics. lieve that they are until you have had more from proceeding accord- way. You will have a the rer capita Income in the Southis
being neglected, as a time to prepare a sure- ing to plan ot your best chance to digest all still only 75 percent of the national
t consequence. Instead of Interests. If others
fire program of action. are that you have heard and average he added.
DO YOU KNOW ANYONE remaining indifferent, also trying to instill '
Avoid falling in any to make up your own mind. We cannot continue to waste the ta lentb
you should make some traps that may be set negative thoughts in your as to what you should do of our Negro citizens if we ever hope to
Wh CuRt Rid Or Write? conciliatory moves to for you by avoiding con mind, they will not be to further your aspira- raise the South to its full economic potential -
prevent a complete doing you a service "
troversies or other Undesirable tions. You should be he warned.
Get Them To Join breaking off of friendly commitments. either. Your own feel- guided by practical con- The Secretary scored employing educated

;. ;'\.' ""? .- relations. Check resourcesand ings are more trust- Negroes in menial Jobs declaring
.. .. -: on your sideration exclusively :
You will have to be par- establish the basis worthy in aiding you to in matters that have to 1e cannot let the talents of a Negro

: ticularly tactful. for solvency and security to determine Just what do with Income and outgo engineer be wasted in sweeping floors in
4-50-33-12-28-453 upon which you your behavior pattern (19th.20th). 'The lessons sorting mail, or in digging ditcnes. We

.:_ ;;f can fall back in case of should be and where yon you have or should cannot use trained stenographers as maids.
? fulfillment
L AlfHAIET urgency. may find the have learned in the We cannot make trained electricians rake

1 ',.. "". GEMINI 1-40-88-19-83-148 to your innermost de- past can now be appliedto yards or use as construction laborers men

r,..,_.. Born May 21st thru sires.that are Any reached conclusions or good effect in the who have the training to be draftsmen.
VIRGO conduct of your home and "One of the reasons our per capita income -
June 21stIt
NOW agreements made are
A T' private life. Dismissall is so low is the widespread underemployment -
w : Born Aug. 23rd thru bound to be definite.
t may be true that 670441636674SAGITTARIUS wishful. ideas that of Negroes in our labor force.
1) recent events have left Sept. 22ndIt you can change the pre- Less than half of our Negro families are

imprint on you that Is is perfectly natural sent-day. treads and make beaded by persons with full-time, year-
EYERYB8BY CAN LEARN TO READ AND WRITE hard to efface, but you- them conform more to the round jobs.
for all humans to yearn Born Nov. 23rd thru
will have to make the conceptions you have. Too many Negro men and women are confined -
I RIGHT IN THEIR OWN HOMES!!! for the esteem and approval Dec. 21st
effort if you wish to of all those with 9-80-55-18-54-985 to Jobs which produce little for
HOW? --. BY, LOOKING AT TV PROGRAM get anywhere.: A particu- whom they come in dally You may feel unsure of themselves or for those who employ theato --
TFIRATION ALPHABET." larly trying day when yourself or inclined to
Cft tact. It is not always PISCESBorn jobs which In other parts of the courtly
WHEN? -- ON MONDAY YEIT :)DAY. AND FRIDAY your mood and health feasible,especially take a negative view of Feb. 19th thru have been eliminated by machines, with a.
STARTING FES. 25th 7:30 to 8:00 0.m. give cause of concern things in general. Consequently
when yon have to deal March 20th resulting rise in the average productivityand
on cn. 7-WJCT or 6:10 to 6:40 a... o n may be the 17th. On this it would be
with individuals who are average incomes of the people: In thou
Ch. 12 TFGA. day, do not pay attentionto much wiser to select the
particularly egotistical The Plsclans who may areas, he said.
the advice of self- 18th.24th as moments of
styled experts whose or Inclined to betray decision. Those who have erred seriously in The former governor released some CMIMS

BY POTTINa THE NAME AND ADDRESS OP THE PERSON INTERESTED knowledge Is open to your trust. Be on your share Intimately in your the past are apt to dis- figures which Illustrate the weaka_>w o f
guard and refuse to be cover that some of the the South.
,AND WRITING ON Question. On the late public and private
used in any way. by' those ensuing consequences The figures show, he explained, that the
THE LINES EELQI AND MAIL OR BRING IT TO: hours of the same day should always be given
who are trying to sow that have been lying median number of years of schooling completed -
605 Ocean St. Florida to
opening express
or early on the 18th. an
arise to
doubts or confusion in dormant may by Southerners is a fall year below
should be to their views which could
NAME you open
confound them at this
your Bind. If you are elements of the national average and !more than two
that will
Ideas show having difficulties with value to you. Try to time. You should seek years below the level of the Western State
ADDRESS: you how to go about get- cover If you have rea-
in-laws, relatives or consolidate yourself in "Our school expenditures are only 71
tibg yourself recog to dread such an oc-
neighbors turn the Job the position that Is son percent of the national average--$265 per
FOR MORE INFORMATION PHONE ADULT EDUCATION nized. of dealing with them to your livelihood even currence (1 1th.21st) pupil, compared with $375 for tile nation

mOBGH( .:.EL 5- 871 2-20-77-13-46-271 your mate or ante else if you feel that it Is 4-50r33-19-35-452 as a who!e."

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"ftI ,f By Louise Guinyar'd : ,;i,. A" TALLAHASSEE -- The, Mr. and Mrs. William E.

As we -'go to press we are still awaiting Count Jacket. student news- Young;2354 Ltotaaa Ave,;

I?1 I Basie' s appearance at the Duval County Armory. paper of Howard W. Blake Boy.

I JI However, by: the time 'you read this, the dance High School. Tampa and Mr. and Mrs. Henry Du-

hi J will be a thing of the past. We can only hope for The Stantonlan., yearbook Hart; 6220 Moncrlef Village -
3 tl pleasant publication of New Stan- ; Boy.
memories--that is, that the local Urban
1 1\\ League Guild's venture is successful. We are [LLJIg ton High School. Jack- Mr. and Mrs. Charles
sonville each won two, McIntyre 3640 Owens
1.i. selling tickets like mad, and will give you the
awards in competitive Avenue; Boy.
i \ results next week. g
Judging in their respec- Mr. and Mrs. Lawrence

( .... ..... tive divisions at the Taylor 1365 Causey
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tLtr' recently held 13th annual Lane; Boy.
w Florida A&M Uni-
Mr. and Mrs. Anthony
Mr. and Mrs. Ollie A. Collins, Jr. of 3317 _
versity InterscholasticPress
I 4 Brown; 625 W. union St.;
West EdgewoodAvenue y
announce the recent mar- Workshop.
riage of their daughter, Gwendolyn Valerie and Jacket
The was selectedas
and Willie
r Mr. Mrs.
1 John Burnle Caine,son of Mr. and Mrs- Walter the "best all-around
y k,4r Kendricks 298 Goodman
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Caine of Jacksonville Beach. newspaper" as the
Street Girl.
The bride is the granddaughter of the late Mr. publication having the ;
Mr. and Mrs. Roosevelt
and Mrs. M. R. Tribble and Ollie A. Collins 'best layout. .The
I Stokes; 604 Ct.F ; Girl.
Sr., also Mrs. Floretta Keigler of this city. _Stan, ton 1 an took top Mr. and Mrs. Eules

( Mrs. Caine attended Talladega College, Talla- honors in the yearbook
McFarland; 7048 W.
I I dega, Alabama. Mr. Caine is a graduate of Hampton F M a AA" \ en categories for "best
Virginia Ave. ; Boy.
Institute, Hampton, Vir8ini a. He is one of use of pictures" and
"best layout. Mr. and Mrs. Donald
Jacksonville's leading, architects.
Hi Monocle of North McLaughlin; 3214 Barnett

.... .... .... .... .... .... Dade High School. Miami Street; Girl.
.""". won top honors in the Mr. and Mrs. Cleveland
'best Haugabrook 2754 Sunny
new story"categOr1 ;
Jacksonville Alumni Chapter of kappa Alpha Psi ...
; The. M di dle- Acre Dt. ; Girl.Bridge '
Fraternity has set the date for its annual Black
I tonian. Middleton High
and White Ball. April 26 is a red-letter day
\ School of Tampa, for the
for friends, of, the fraternity. The affair is SEMINAR---Dr. Paul Driver, head of the Department of Science and Mathematics at Clubs
'best column and
11 invitational. Edward Waters College, is shown speaking to the Alpha Beta Gamma Science Club on the .
T he Washingtonian.Booker
subject The Role' of :Sciencists with ''World Problems." Members of the Science club Entertained -

''t .... ... .... .t.. .... .... consists of students from all departments who are interested in scientific subjects. School.T. WashingtonHigh Miami for The VelilcarolettesBridge

.( ... .T. Dci an..",,,,.. \r Club .
I r the "best sports story. was entertained -
Les Charmantes Club met in the 'home of Mrs. New Stanton Hosting Lanahan For Mayor Thunderbird of recently in the
Xelia Mitchell Saturday evening. Mrs. Emma home of Mrs. Lorraine
King, A & M Instructors North Dade emerged as
1 f Mrs. Demetral Wester, and Mrs. Harrietta Bowers Marriage School Lunch Ass 1., Rally, Friday Night the "best all-around Daniels. The hostess .

\ were guest players. Mrs. Wester was top scorer LicensesJohnny All school lunch and Supporters for the Score FeaturedOn yearbook and Tlje. served delicious re-

among the guests. affiliated personnel and Lanahan-For-Mayor cam- Naf'l Northwestern .of North- freshments.
Tee Vee
Mrs. Norma White, Mrs. Barbara Walker, and Mrs. Bartley 1300 members of the Florida paign are ,planning an western Senior High Victors at bridge were:

Maxine Jackson qualified for club awards. Causey Lane 33 and Inez School Lunch Associationare outdoor rally scheduledfor BOSTON. Mass. -- An School. Miami as having Mrs. Vivian Byrd. first

Members participating in the meeting, in ad- Thomas 3222 Fulton Dr. in attendance to the Friday' night at original percussionscore the "best features." prize; Mrs. Jackie Hall

dition to prize winners, included Mrs. Betty 34. Florida School Lunch Association 8 O'cock in Wilder by Boston Uni- second prize; and Mrs.

I; Sessions, Mrs. Charlotte Bo stick, Mrs. Joyce Jos. Lee Devine Atlantic Convention Park it was announced versity student James Alveria RoblnsO third
NsoNfsVisit Kin
Lawson, Mrs. Arnetta Walker,. Mrs. Helen Gregory Beach. Fla. 23 being held March 15-16 Wednesday. Latimer accented WBZ- A prize.

and IIrs. Lydia Wooden... and Jacqueline Ann at-New Stanton Senior, Refreshments will be TVs prime-time docu- Members present were:
., '' Odums. Atlantic Beach. High School.An served during the program mentary "Assignment: Mrs. Jeanette Boggs.

.... :... .... .... .... ...:. Fla. 11.'Nathaniel. inn tl DW11s:; forwarded -- and the general Prison" viewed last Among the visitors to Mrs. Juanita Isaac Mrs.

Brown 720-A, to all school public is invited.Couple's Monday (March 4)from the Florida STAR office Louvenia Newman. Mrs.

\ Mrs. Frances Walden and Miss Martha L. Perry Moncrief Rd. ,, 21 and lunch and affiliated 10:30-11:00 p.m. on this week were Mrs. Lillian Steward and
Carolyn G. Badger 1008 personnel from each Reception SetMr. Channel 4. He is on Mrs. Juanita Taylor. The
: ( participated in the recent meeting of Gems region Gwendolyn Shivers of
Mt. Herman St. 18. to attend.Dr. and Mrs. Arthur B. leave from. Florida A&M next meeting will be
Bridge Club. Mrs. Geneva Wheeler was hostessto Detroit Mich. and W.M.
the group, which met in her lovely Jefferson Arthur C. Battle 395 Clinita A. Ford. Hagans will be honored University studying on Johnson staff newsmanof held Saturday. March 16,

Street home. Spruce St. 22 and Associate Dean of Home during a reception a John Hay Whitney Fel- the Waco Messenger, at the home of Mrs.

Claretha Walls 235 S. Economics Florida A&M March lowship. Waco Texas. Lillian Davis.
Saturday night
Mrs. Lillian Davis, Miss Zelma Johnson and Mrs.
1 Kathyrn Robinson were top. scorers. Mrs. Marie Myrtle Avenue. 21. University, Tallahassee, 23 in the home of Mr. Latimer a 28-year old Mrs. Shivers is thed
DeAlver L. Wilson, 2720 ,
graduate music studentin
Florida gave the keynote and Mrs. John Edward au gh ter and Mr.
Medaln Qualified for the door prize. King Cole Dr. 23 and Annual Event Scheduled
Other participants in the meeting included,Mrs. Doris M. Hall. 1624 address. Mrs. Thelma Rosier, 2560 Quinn St. the university'sschool Johnson is the brotherof

Marian S. Walker, Mrs...J rtts. ,. 1 wVj sCat: -.;-; .Louisiana Street. ,_ ::27fiAlC. ... Flanagan State, School at 8 o' clock: of fine and applied STAR newsman C. Par- TALLAHASSEE The annual -
; t Lunch .along arts, performedhis ham Johnson who is recovering -
erine Jackson, Mrs. Marie McClal'n7"and Mrs.; Paul WJl.spn.," Supervisor No invitations have Orange and Green
Sylvester Bossard. St.', 47 and Helen C. with other county supervisors -. been sent out but own work to back up from a recent Day activities at
Wilson St., highlighted the host Jim Jenson' narrative illness in Brewster Florida {Mf will '.
Wallace. 3019 ; friends of the coupleare / be. held ..
.... ..... ..... .... .... .... program. Entertainments invited. as filmed by Bob Hospital on March 29' -
37.Roger I
E. Glover 1829 W.

St. 19 and Sandra.Y. .
The Ambassadors' Club is planning a trip to
Perry. 1581 W. 9th
Marineland and the Gene Johnson Fishing Camp -
March 17. The outing will honor wives and sweet- Street 18. :
Alexander 3723 .8TH ANNUAL
hearts of members" Also, members ,are..getting into Eugene _
Davis St.25 and Katrena ,
shape for their annual, golf tournamentto beheld .
Thomas, 2529 Summit St., .
Golf and Club.
at Lincoln Country

Ambassadors officers James ,Bennett .;presi-' 20.. ; .,..' :' .- ., ,<
: are:
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Bobby D. Brooks; 4333 "'! .. .. .. "" .
dentCassius Jones', recording secretary; William HOIIEMI4ERSSERVICE ,
'and '- ,
Detialle Dr. 21 :;,: :-' '
Broadway financial secretary; and Oscar I.
Helen R. Gillis 737
Hillman, treasurer.
Minnie Street. 18

.... .... .... .... .... .... Leroy Smith. Lake Wales
Fla. 21 and Gloria J. "

Richards Lake Wales
The club room at Continental Bowling Lanes pro- .
Fla. 18.Willie
Tided the setting for Saturday's meeting of Kel- C. Cothran SHOW

vinettes Bridge Club. Mrs. Doris Bennett was Stevenson Ala. 25 and

hostess. Sarah A. Hudson Pittsburgh -

Mrs. Marie McClaln and Mrs. Lillian Davis, Tenn.. 21. .

guest players, received lovely gifts from the Chas. Bryant 3824

hostess. Pearce St. ,23 and MarionL. J

High scorers for the evening included Mrs. Barbara Hollimon. 3824 Pearce '..

-, Harper, Mrs Emma L. George and Mrs. Sara Street. 20. THURSDAY FRIDAY SATURDAY
Lovett. Mrs. Pauline Davis qualified for the James Fuller. 4625 Mon- -

consolation&rd.. crief Villege Rd. 34 and
The Kelvinettes membership roster is comprisedof Nancy Nattiel.4625 Mon- :-

Mrs. Essie D. Silva, Mrs. Celestlne Nicks, crief Villege Rd.. 26. .

Mrs. Pearl Mackey, Miss. Daisy Gilliard, Mrs. Elijah Holmes 1030 W. March 21 22 23 DOOR OPENS ".

Mrs. Dorothy Oliver, Mrs. Geraldine Hilliard, Mrs. 23rd St.. 21 and Lola B. ff t 6:00 P.M.

Thelma Greene, Mrs. Barbara Harper, Mrs. Emma Lee Robinson. 1423 W. Union

George, Mrs. Sara-Lovett, Mrs. Pauline Davis, Street. 18.

Mrs. Anne Monroe, and Mrs. Doris Bennett. Alonzo Moore 1439 Gran-

thal St.. 21 and Altames
.. .... .... .... .... .... Manna 1639 Windle St. HUNDREDS OF PRIZES FANTASTIC EXHIBITS


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The Senior Missionary Society of St. Thomas Baptist

Church will hold its monthly meeting Sunday
at 3:30 p.m. Deacon Henry Simmons will lead lathe

devotions and Mrs. Blanche Millery will be

in charge of the song service. Final plaas for

the state Convention convening in Lakeland March

19-24 will be completed.-0-0.0-0-

Emanuel Baptist Church's district and auxiliaries

convention which began Monday, is still in pro-

gress and will continue throughout the week.

Prominent community ministers, their congregations -

prayer bands, ushers districts, aDd other

departments will have charge of the nightly ser-

vices. .

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L The "Second Feast in the Wilderness" will be

ii presented Friday at 4:30 p.m. in Sweetfield Baptist -

Church and will continue, through Saturday ,

C with Krs. Rosa Lee Grant. Supervisor, Mrs. Viola'.?

; r r z Tate and Mrs. Priscilla Holsey in charge. Din ers V

will be served Saturday until 8:15 p.m. The eea-o'

III test between Sweetfield and Tabernaole Baptist 1

I Church will terminate Sunday at 7:30 p.m. Rev:' !

I W. E. Young, Tabernacle' pastor and his con=j
4 gregation will be present. Rev. Young will deliver -

the sermon.

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i __ _4 II r 4 f. Sunday's District meetings at Emanuel Baptist I

Church are as follows: District 3 meets at 3

L p.m. in the church; District 2 meets at 3 p.m. in

the church; District 13 meets at 4 p.m. with

Mrs. Alice Pompey, 1429 W. 15th St. District ,16

meets at 3 p.m. with Mr. and Mrs. A. Williams, -

432 Belford St.; District 17 meets at 4 p.m. in.

MEMORABLE EVENT-Supported by an entertaining program, the Rose of Sharon Bible Club held its first anniversary recently in the home the home of Mr. and Mrs. Clarence Countryman, 576

I l. of Mrs. Ethel Madison, 1814 W. 13th St. with a large turnout of officers, members and guests enjoying the affair.Mrs. Victoria, prin- James St.;District 1 meets at 3 p.m. at 366 Watts

t cipal speaker; Ed Dorsey and Mrs. M. Anderson, soloists, featured the program. A tasty buffet luncheon was served.Members shown in top Street.

photo (left) from left are: Mrs. Jeanette Jordan, treasurer; Mrs. Dora Brown, corresponding secretary; Mrs. Eddie M. Small, Mrs. Ella

Jackson, sinking fund treasurer; Mrs. Naomi Mason, president; Mrs. Ethel Madison, vice president; Mrs. Clara Jones, chairman sick committee 0000Holy -

; Mrs. Mary Trapp, reporter, and Mrs. Elvera Corbitt, recording secretary. Guests in top photo (right) from leftMrs. Elizabeth

Collins, Mrs. Elizabeth Burns Mrs. Mattie Simmons and Mrs. Willie Harris Jr. Members and guests bottom photoleft}:! rs. ?enieva Jackson Communion will be administered Sunday at

Mrs. Naomi Nathan Mrs. Sarah Anderson, Mrs. Elvera Corbitt Mrs. Mae Frances., mistress of ceremonies; Mrs. Ella Jackson, Willie 3 p.m. in First Timothy Baptist Church. Choirs

i Harris Jr. Mrs. Ethel Madison. Guests bottom photo (right) from left: Mrs. Callie baniels Master Donald SimmonsMiss M. Corbitt, Miss 2 and -3 meet Saturday at 4 p.m. for rehearsal.

Dorothy Smith, Mrs. N. Nathan and Willie Harris Jr. __ L_ __ (Photos by J. Baker) Mrs. Essie Mae Thomas will be presented in a
recital Sunday at 8 the church auditorium

Ii.j Woodlawn Presbyterian Church NotesBy Blocker'Choral Second Baptist's under sponsorship of the church's Youth Depart

.. Parents PrepareFor ment. District 1 will hold a pew rally Sunday at
Lloyd PearsonSr. worship service beginsat lJIIUJD:! : :
District! 17 To 8 p.m. The Pastor's Aid Board will present an
'a ;;:. ReporterThe 10:55 a.m. with Rev.F. ConcertThe appreciation program for the pastor on March 29th.
D. Wilson, pastor, Choral Parents' Club Observe HomecomingDistrict ---_ -
United Presbyterian bringing the message, of Isaiah Blocker Elementary Street.
son :
t choir will rehearse 21 of_ Second Frederick Ferguson; 1345 ,, 0 .0:0O ,.'- .
a the School is making ; M -.
supported by Henry C. Henderson; 142- i. i lt A ,1. -
Grunthal Street. r -
Friday at 8 P.m. in the Choir with C. E. Simmons plans for presentation of Baptist Church 'will observe Avenue. > v "*> -
:' Westminster Hut. All the school chorus' annual its annual Home- Mrs. Mary Funny; 1014 Evergreen Rev. A. Monroe and Rev-: George Price will deliver - the piano.
Edith M.
Mrs. Cooper;
Laura Street.Mrs. Sunday in St. Matthew Baptist
members to March sermons
are urged coming. Sunday,
Rev. Wilson Is doing a concert slated for March 1730 Academy Street.
attend. United Presby- 17th. in the home of Eva M.M. Whitfield; Church. Choirs 1 and 2 and Usher Board 1 -will
great Job in putting 28th at 8 p.m. in the Mrs. Mae Shell Limbric; '
terian youth Junior Cafetorium. Mrs. Margret Jordan 1134 Spearing Street. serve throughout the day. The Floral Club mee j
Woodlawn Presbyterian 1834 Broadway Avenue.
:.; group will meet Saturdayat According to the presi- 1045 W. Duval Street, Thomas Higginbothan; Sunday following morning worship. A St. Patriok'4Day ,
Church on the level Mrs. Mary Jackson Dicks;
1447 Myrtle Avenue. Tea will be sponsored Sunday from 4-6 p.m.
4 p.m. and the senior at 4 p.m.
with other leading dent, Mrs. L. P. S. 1024 Frazier Street.
will meet at 5p.m. The committee has arranged Lapheelius Austin; 734W. Mrs. A. L. Holmer will be principal speaker.
Askew, The chorus and"its
... churches of.the. city. Mrs. Ruth M. Seabrooks;
Both will a promising pro- State Street. District 1 plans a Homecoming Tea Sunday from
groups directors are working -
All members of thePairsSpares 1950 W. 20th Street.
meet in the hut. gram for the event with George Yergan; 651 Jes- 4-6 p.m. in the residence of Mr. and Mrs. G. W.
Club will hard to make the Mrs. Lillian M. Knice; '
: Church School will begin outstanding g talent of sie Street. Sykes 1650 W. 28th St. Leon Bland will be! the
meet at 3066 Wood lawn ooncert a success. 439 E. 26th Street. .
Sunday, March 17, in The chorus has been the city scheduled to Ernest J. Washington; speaker. '
t Road on SundayM arch 1529 Davis Street.Mrs. Mrs. Carrie Hayes; 1477. -. 0-0-0-0- '.
in the af-
the George Washington All rated as one of the best participate
17, at 5 p.m. mem- Mozelle Nelson,R.N. W. 8th Street.
w fair. ;
Carver Elementary Schoolat bers are urged to at- in the state among Junior 620 Odessa Street. L.C. Bryant; 1821 Mt. Tabernacle institutional Baptist Church will
10:00 a.m. with T. tend. High groups, having pre- The program is: song Herman Street.Mrs. observe its anniversary Sunday. The contest
congregation Scripture, Louis Stanton; 1074
V. Huger, superintendentin Prayer worship ser- viously received superior ; Evergreen Avenue. Annie Johnson Miles- between Rev. W. E. Young, pastor of Tabernacleand

charge. The school is vice will be held in ratings at both James Tremble; invocation Mrs Dora Dixon 85 Dora 912 E. Union Street. Rev. D. B. Barnes, pastor of Sweetfield Bap-
Ed BoatrIght
located at 2853 West the hut Wednesday at state and district fes- ; Drive. Mrs. Blanche Daughtry; tist Church will terminate Sunday night at Sweet
chant "Sweet Hour of
45th Street.The Morning
tivals. 5534 Mahalia Drive. field.
7:30 p.m. Prayer. Mrs. Catherine Allen;
----- Dewitt Clinton Stewart;
Introduction of Mis- 126 Glacier Drive. -0-0-0-
tress of ceremonyMrs. Rev. Calvin C. Canion; 751 Bridier Street.
SALE GOOD James Boyd 810 W.
Rosa Lee Smith; Mistressof Savannah. Georgia. ; Deaconess Board 2 of West Union Baptist Church

F ALL WEEK ceremony, Mrs. Ruth Henry S.C. Brown; 217 W. Union Street.Mrs. will hold a business session Sunday at 3 p.m.

.t Bryant; solo. Mrs. Alice State Street. Julia Cato; 1037K in the Education building. The church will bst

MAR. 13-MAR. 17 Griffin. Florzell BarthEr; 1525 W. Duval Street. areawlde study course Mar. 21 through the
;. Morrell Mann 955 Kings
2 DISCOUNT STORES Welcome address. Mrs. Elder Street. ; 27th nightly from 7 until 9 p.m. t
i ::, L.V. Easton; introduc- Mrs. Rosa Bivins; 1195W. Road.
830 Cassat Ave. ,
tion of speaker Thomas 29th Street. Will Brown; 1036 Troyan
Street. I
Williams: speaker. John Spanish 1649 Logan
; -
i itS
1824 W.Beaver St. George Walker. Street. now Pepsi

U J. 90 N." Stockton Solo, Mrs. Alice Grif- Willie James; 1413 W. Simpson I

fin; offering Miss 21st Street. for those who
; and Mrs. Methodist Church
FREEZER Sate. Valire Long George Dallas; Kissimmee -

Pauline Bradley.Observations Florida.Mrs. JOSHUA REDDICKMINISTER think voung
f, : Mrs. Sinnie Moudis; 515
*t FINANCE IT WITH NOTHING DOWN Esther Boatright;, presi- Carl Street. Simpson Methodist Church

dent and Curtis P. Smith Kings Road and Cleveland
.. Mrs. Emery McGlocklin;
n leader. Streets will observe its
5202 Spring Grove Rd.
tea HEAVY 79th Anniversary March25th31st
R / BEEF Mrs. Clara Atkinson; r
39C Highlights of
WESTERN LB. 1244 McConiha Street.
w. c.cI.
Church Of Christ Simpson stages of
.:' Wna Willie Smith; 816 Ever-
.., Average Wt.250 Lbs. ... Average Price$85 development will be
Walter Memorial demonstrated by artistic

>el' FRESH PORK 84.L Written In Heaven Plans Pre Easier personnell dedication; recognitionand of gifts r

n Song Calvacade and memorials will occupy -
:: WHOLE Sunday. will be observedas ry
much of this cele-
Cut and Wrapped Pastorial Day at A Pre-Easter Calvacade
PIGS 37 Church Of Christ WrittenIn )f Songs prograa will
t: Are. Wt. 60 Lhs. be INVITED TO ATTEND ALL
presented Sunday at
&.. LB. Heaven 1434 Kings
*= Rd.. Bishop J.C. Blakely 7:45 p. .. in Walter SERVICES throughout the
FRESH ORSMOKED week in order to get the
pastor announced. M enorial AME Zion
:: PICNICS C whole story.
LB. 29 Sunday School begins at Church. 1012 Madison
10 a.n. with Mrs. Qua
:: SLICED LBS. McClendon. superintendent Singers from all areas NltsTS 7r:30

= BREAKFAST BACON 3 FOR 100 and instructors in of the community are 25th Monday night--First

.a... charge. Morning worship Invited to Join as pro- New Zion Baptist Church-

5 FRESH BACK BONE 43C will start at the usual gram participants with Rev. Leroy Clayton

.., MEATY LB hour. Mrs. S.M. Brown, the Calvacade Singers. Minister.
president, and instruc- Music lovers are In- 26th Tuesday night--DaySpring
,e'u= SMOKED tors will be in chargeof vited. Rev. R.L. Rogers Baptist Church- I,

r.; STARUR COUNTRYOR HAM LB.39c the YPCW Hour at 6 is host pastor. Rev. Cyrys, A. Weaver. s -

p... Choir 1 and Usher Hettiag Siidai 27th Wednesday night-- I. 4j4 .
THRIFTY BRAND Board 1 will' serve Emaauel Baptist Church-
00 Auxiliary Board 2 of
ia' STEWING HENS 2 FOR 1 throughout the day. Mrs.D Mt. Zion AME Church will Rer. S. L. Badger. People are In the mood for fun these

Ilk orothy Lackly is meet Sunday.March 17th 28th Bethel Baptist Institutional -
days-and part of the fun la
o A Pepsi.
; pianist-accoBpanist. at 4 p... in the home Church--Rev.

i Wotcli.flif World's Greatest Gospel Singers Prayer meetings are of Mrs. Viola Reeves R. H. Wilson. And nothing drenches JOUr thirst PSI-COiA

r W.JXT.CRANNEL 4 EVERY SUNDAY 9:30 A.M.Siiztsrcd held nightly during the 4352 Roth Drive. 29th Friday night-- like a cold,Inviting Papa I
week Mrs. J.B.
: from 8 until 9 Epperson. Ebenezer Methodist
frjy Prrmltr Meat Markrt So think yoanf-aay"Papal I ptaaat"
o'clock. Visitors are president, is asking all Church-Rev. E.J. Rivers .,
always welcome. members to be presemt. Jr. --- -------.._IN a Pet W .....19.IMMM...-


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're 9 ressive State f Baptist Convention 1 Davis Youth Singers ?*p ?*v

Convenes March 19-24 In Lakeland Rearrange RehearsalsSaturday i 1 ]'A re BYfiB & SINS

LAKELAND-Rev. J. C. Sams pastor of Second r .
rehearsal time
Baptist Church Jacksonville, will preside during
for the Sing along with Fuel Oil & Bottled Gas
his when the 49th annual
13th year as president
Davis Easter Sunday 25 Gallons To 1,000 If
convention of the progressive> Baptist state musicale has been d Necessary

Convention convenes March 19-24 here in First changed to 12 0' clock 6330 Rcstlawi Drive P1eae PO 4-9S1S

Baptist Church. Rev. P. H. Jackson host pastor. noon at Greater St.

Auxilieries holding Matthew Baptist Church. w

simultaneous sessions r4 d.d 649 Franklin St. (East-

t will Include the Lay- A side), and at 1:30 p.m.

nens' Brotherhood, S.L. In Walter Memorial AME [3i(33m1AfEEKEND[ (
Davis Jacksonville Zion church 1012 Madi-

e president; Womens'Missionary son St. Prof. E. Clif-

and Educa- ford Davis, director, -

tional Convention. Mrs. aIA. announced.Two :
H.B. Miller Green Cove
groups of youth
Springs. president; the from ages 7 through 18 ,'3

are receiving weekly rehearsals -
4 every Saturday t pc1ALg.
"' '," 3i
J. ,f through Easter.
JK :' )1. : J,
:'" M Final goal is to have .
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'"' 2,000 youth depict .
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if :\{}'Jr. : Christ" during the East; SV- :
secretary; Rev. O.D. and Westside festivals. VISIT PARENTS---These members of the Tidewater Club at A. and T. College last x

'f3 3( Williams Belle Glade Parents desirous of week took a bus charter trip to visit their parents living in the Norfolk Ladles Full Fashioned

I :, Rev. E. Armster, Clear- having their childrentake Portsmouth, Newport News and Hampton Virginia, area. The parents will return

water, chairman State part in the festivals the gesture by visiting their offsprings on a weekend trip to A. and T. in

Mission Board; Rev. J.D. are urged to early May. Edwin Crocker right center, Portsmouth, Va. is president of 'the 33Cpair

Dupree, Tampa, superin- either bring or send organization. NYLONS

tendent of Mission; Rev. ,their children to eitherone

J.L. Stephens, Sarasota, of the churches. Sons Of Jubilee Singing Group Ken Knight Slates

r -" ''''x! Following the rehearsal (Slightly Irregular)
iff ,,> : ;1 session at Wal- Celebrates Anniversary SundayThe Homemakers Service Sizes 8fc Thru 11

ter Memorial Church, all

OR. J. C. SAMS children--with their Sons of Jubilee Gospel Singers will observe Show March 2123 ,

IL Ushers Union, Mrs. I. parent's permissionwill -- their 23rd Anniversary Sunday, March 17 at 8:30 Ladles Folding

Williams president; be guests at a p.m. in Mt. Ararat Baptist Church Annex.

Junior Women. Mrs. A. theatre party courtesyo Adrian Ken Knight wil ,

Dean, president, and f f the RooseveltTheatre' serve as Master f gospel The groups Golden will Jubi-ap- BallerinaSLIPPERS
management. pear.
School Department : s remonies. r
Sunday .
Prof. Davis concluded. Adrian Ken Knight will lees. -record1ng stars; A 880
G.W. Scott, president.Dr.
l j <,'<.",- William Holmes
Borders, noted minister 4 Africa Said FactorIn : Holy Light Quintetteand 4
'r'ZK the Union Singers,
from Atlanta, and Dr. C. "'j
Integration Of will render selections. Assorted Styles, Colors and Sizes
K. Steele, Tallahassee, 1
1I Others on program are
will head the social I
Methodist Church Mrs. Quinell Frazierand
service hour as counap-
lors. Mrs. M. Whitehead MRS. MARY WHITEHEAD Jesse Norris. BATH
The public is invited.
will serve as Conven- historian; Rev. G.J. DETROIT --(ANP) --

tion organist.In Martin Lakeland, trea- Pressures from without, Blocker Chorus 44C

addition to presi- surer.Womens'. such as the developmentof TOWELS

Missionary and the rising nations of Sets ConcertThe KEN KNIGHT

Educational Convention Africa and repercussions ..Annual EventClassified
officers are: Mrs. H.B. from within will force Isaiah Blocker Jr. 20" X 40" each

II IIt Miller, Green Cove integration in The High School Chorus will as a local

Springs, president: Mrs.J. Methodist Church" 150 be presented in concert Institution, the eighth (Selected Seconds)
Phillips, Hibernia, white and Negro youth March 28th, 8:00: p.m. in annual presentation of

H first vice president: were told by the Rev. BALWWINLeaderSons ) the school auditorium. Adrian (Ken) Knight'sHomemakers'
Davis M. Jordan, in Daily rehearsals are
Mrs A. Houston, Belle Dr. of Jubilee Service Show Men Cotton
being held under the direction -
Glade, second vice president an address to the Inter- of Mrs. R.P will be held from 6 p.m.

: s ;.Mrs.. M.L. Johnrrz racial Youth Conferenceheld serve as Master of Askew, director of the until? Beginning March .
1 here last week. Ceremonies. chorus. 21 through the 23 In UNDER

__ Dr. Jordan, who is the The Spirited 12th Hour Soloist are Rosa L. Duval County Armory.As 44C
pastor of the Berea Pridgen, Vashti Davis, in years
,! '' 4 Band will past score
> Prayer open
MeUodist Church of the S wen do lyn Swanigan, of colorfully decorated SHORTS
with Rev.
I .... Lexington Conference of the program Ethel Sylvia Sykes, Betty' booths will display and paIr
'i the denomination's Cen- Crawford, Cheryl More- demonstrate home appli-
i l'j ,,,.<.o.r. tral (Negro) Jurisdiction Bannister and other land William Gillard ances, furnishingsfoods Assorted Styles
members participating. beverages, and countless
q gave a historical and Donald Byrd. Colors and Sizes
Several wellknown other items necessaryto
resume of the. Negro in
DR. WILLIAM H. BORDERS every-day living.
the Methodist Church, in American Negro MissionariesStar Hundreds of free gifts Black Metal .
which he stated that the will be nightly
dent Sams other stateCco'fentlon given
officers are: Negro had been an inte- In Africa, Presbyterians Note during the three day

gral part of the church exhibition, however, on
Rev. E.L. Hailton, Arca- CAMEROUN. West AfricaSeveralNegro
from its beginning in YAOUNDE, the final nightSatur- FootLOCKERS
dia, vice presidentRev.; missionaries are proving their out-
America in the 18th day March 23rd, valua-
P.O. Hilton, Tampa, second in this country,
SAMUEL M. DAVIS century. standing capabilities ble free awards includ- $6.66
vice president; RevS. to Dr. Jordan where their race actually gives them advantages ing a refrigerator-
Fields, Lake Wales, son, Jacksonville, third According white missionaries.
who had been over freezer, an electric
the Negro
third vice president; vice president; Mrs. J.
Rev. J.A. Smart, Lakeland Dupree, Tampa, record- brou&it to America more Africans accept the Ne- fective in reaching the stove and a portable

I recording secretary Ing secretary: Mrs. R.L., than a hundred years gro missionary as a officials and bright television set will be Regular $9.95

; Rev. G.H. Peterson Thompson, Belle Glade, before The Methodist 'brother in the skin." young men in town. included among the grand

Wauchula assistant secretary assistant recorder; Mrs.D. Church, "flocked" to Initially, this can With these people, Mr. prizes.
the new denomination be- cause misunderstanding: and Mrs. Overton often There is no admission
; Rev. C.W. Dawson Murrell, West Palm
Haines City, assistant Beach, cause it preached redemption The Africans may regard discuss the right of men charge to the annual Pole
I 1 for all man- the Negro as African in to personal freedom and event and a* wonderful -

kind and that Negroessat culture as well as com- dignity. Their race has program is in store $4.998y

I .t------ with whites in many plexion. However, they helped them, they said, for members of entire
congregations. come to realize that the to discuss these qut- families.
1 1sikari
.t.t In another address Rev. American Negro is thor- ions in a way that

..t-------: Dr. James Laird, pastorof oughly American. At the Africans find very 60 Negroes, Whites % ft. with Tapered Botto .

the Central Methodist same time. Africans con- sympathetic.The Africans

Church (an integrated tinue to be more open seem to regard Mr. Over- Demonstrate At Y -Metal or Plastic Shades

.tr congregation Conference of the) Detroit in- and confiding with a Negro ton as an American part- NASHVILLE (ANP) -*

r liquors I It speaking about the Berlin "brother in theskin" ner and something of a Sixty persons, both

;" wall said 'that 'at than they often model in his leadershipand white and Negro, demon-
are with white mis-
least it is an honest strated recently against '
wall sionaries. Overtons have two little the downtown YMCA to Boys C.OttOflSLACKS
I t t They feel that I will girls. He comes from protest the association's -

level with them," said Texas, and she from segregation po-
--iI ---- Yenwith K. Whitney a Philadelphia.

. ;'I: WHY PAY MOREWHEN I Negro from New York who Another Negro missionary licy.The preintegrationgroup 9ge

i is teaching physics and Miss Jeanne S. led by the Nash-
1ft- YOU CANT math at Cameroun Chris- teaches home
Davis, ville Christian Leader-
tian College at Libamba. Sizes 6 through 16 (Tan only)
: economics at a girls'high ship council, marchedtwo
eJ 100d ottier BUY BETTER Its campus was hewn school near Elat. and half blocks to Regular $1.48
rain forest in
Several people called the YMCA building. Most
Mr. Whitneyand
1946. Yet.
her "the beauty in the of the marchers were
Myrtle Avc and Adams Phone EL 168 his wife Muriel a- "
group and her students older persons with a
greed "the longer we
tend to regard her as a sprinkling of college
are here the more Ladles CottonHouse
\i model of young woman- students.
hood. Miss Davis was After the group assembled '
are. born in Bristol, Pa. on the sidewalkin

WHITEPERCH ...................... 4kL The Whitneys have found from of the YMCA. DRESSESValues
r l L_.._._._..._......__.._..... .__ ._ ._ that Africans are very and graduated front
Drexel Institute of across from the Down-
::' STANDARD OYSTERS ITUMCT"IMC Emv"n.1.15 1 curious about the racial Technology in Philadel- towner Motel, the Rev.
situation in Americabut Miller Smith reada 9ge
NT* know little of the missionaries are statement which said: $2.98 to $3.98Sleeveless
SELECT. OYSTERS tYe iglu N c.oa rr. '1.30 i story. They have heard subject to the same The YMCA is not alonein
y. SHELL OYSTERS wirk Hat"t.the-M." Flavors that some Africans were qualifications and are practicing segrega

: V Bu. $3.00 iu $5.50 Z sold by other Africansas given,the same training tion. But it was selec-

,. ---- slaves, and trans-' as white missionaries. ted for this demonstration -
.p ported across the sea. is the because it symbolizes Ladies Cotton
ROE SHAD u.41c STttfflSH juSTu. 59c Their housing
Mr. and Mrs. Remit same the fact that
fk H WATUMTFtSH Large 2 POWDERS 5 Overton Negroes who segregation still domi-

': t, L a.1. 39cKinefBh work out of the Foulassi Bible Class ProgramsMar. nates the scene In down- BLOUSES 660

;IL SPIC LED. I STEAKS u.49c 12 POWDERS 25 mission station near the town Nashville."

TROUT NcKfY torn of SangaeliBa. have The march was similar

r WBTRUNTS u. URGE ROUNDER u. 59: 24 POWDERS 49;: found much the same 17 Installation to that in the spring of Assorted Colors and White

I S9AMISM thing. Mr. Overton a 1960 when a group marched Values to $1.29
r u. 3h MACKEREL L, 39cBr graduate of Rutgers University Installation of officers on the county court-
*..for irw/Mf" say and Lincoln University will feature a programby house to ask Mayor Ben
PNK StHttER 35c "513w. SJ'J L'lai". has the Hattie Lewis Bible bi- MAIN AT AIAMS
u. -Fiu/or Fryimg, ro*. e jtw.v Seminary lest to appoint a
t.uic.u SHAI FILETS 89c 000. built a town chapel into Class Sunday March racial committee to Open Ho&day Aid Friday Nlfkts"
El IIAPPER u. 5k WITH ONI NIC KOI E.e A HEADACHE POWDEU a thriving church. He 17 at Mt. Tabor Baptist study the racial situa-

has been especially ef- Church tion here.


Idic ( iiT 1 l lt

Sl9Hfqjt's t Annual Concert Slated Chapel Program Stresses QualitiesNORTHWESTERN

For April 26 In Civic Auditorium i I i < I

i The New stanton Senior High School Symphonic Direction

I Band will be presented In Its Fifteenth Annual '

Concert April 26 In the local Civic Auditorium.This ;$

joint release was made Friday afternoon by By Rer. J. Reidick

Mrs. E. M. Richardson, president of the New 7.

stanton Band Parents Club, K. D. McFarlin, director -
of the symphonic band. PASTOR OF SIMPSON

Each year'since 1948. K a $ d'f I

concert this In I
( year
the New Stanton Band has
Jacksonville's finest METHODIST CHURCHBy
been presented In an
this kind
annual concert which has facility"of
the Civic Auditorium.
:"long ago been established -

as a major seasonal For the fifteenth annual } 4 J. REDDICK

musical time, Professor K.
presentation by
D. McFarlin will direct \
local citizens. This BE A LIFE MAKER -
annual affair has also this popular group of | : '

attracted the attentionand high school musicians : I

presence of thou- who have often been assigned A :young lady; once said to a noted musician, "I

sands of music lovers unofficial col- would give my life if I could learn to master

from all sections of the 1egiate ratings by music as you have done with this performance

state and nation. many of its critics Mr. tonight." He quickly asserted, "You have the

( Moreover each presentation McFarlin is a graduateof key, for that is just what I have given my life,

t' has always been a Florida A. andM. uni- in order for me to master my field in music." J

sell-out with a followup versity and New York .' -"':,.> ., ."- Everyone is giving his life daily for some-
4::! '
request for a second University.The thing; the question is whether or not you are

performance or an appearance Band Parents Club giving your life for a worthy cause. No one
s recent chapel program outstanding Quali- I
in a larger and the New Stanton for-community ties such as good grooming, and manners for school students and for those enteringinto would attempt to give his life without the expectation i
auditorium. are looking of a return in that which hfe thinks '
Therefore :
business life under the supervision of W.H. Seabrooksponsorand Mrs. Thomasena
ward to another stella
the band parents club is worth the life that he gives. We cannot stop
McFarlin, Charles Scott, consultants. The students in turn professed keen interestin
after much deliberation performance and a Capacity the 'Clock' of life. Life
passes every
the performance. Dean J. G. Wyatt gave the closing remarks.
I accepted the request crowd at the cannot hold it back. There are people who have

from the band's hugh Annual Concert of Friday given their lives for money, prestige, power,

following to present its April 26. comfort and self
ease, expression, permanent
A&M Staffers Attend
A Gift For The President security, for others' security and salvation aad

4 DATA 'N' CHATTER U.S. Dept. Confab many other causes. Some of these are good; some

are bad.There .
,, ,", .
g : ':t"""' .. < : ,
By Darcy DeMllle I : are those of us who give ourvllves merely

4 CHICAGO (ANP) From Hollywood to Harlem.. .. ATLANTA. Ga. -- Four for making a living, rather than for making more

Heartell Cassius Clay will retire from the ring Florida A&M Universitystaff f life. Making life bigger and greater should be

1 shortly and devote his time to emoting before members. Dr. J.D. k,.; our business.In making a living, we are primarily
movie cameras. This I've gotta see. Beck professor of education ::7 concerned in our own affairs. When our own affairs -

C.C. Cunningham ______ are pleasing, we consider ourselves
who received
Dinah Washington quite a bit of adverse director of the i .F "straight with the world," and point to these
publicity following the mink toilet
placement bureau. Dr. H. affairs of ours as a proof of our perfection.We .
cover bit. could have
silenced many if she cared
-4'' to reveal how she played Santa to several Chicagoand Manning Efferson dean _:cr erroneously assume that a '11 ving' is a sound

New York City orphanages. This Lady Bountifulrole of the University and credential of effeciency. But, may re-assert,
M'.G. Miles acting dean "A Living" is Investment for life.
isn't a new one for Miss D. She bas been the a poor a
giver behind"tons of lavish gifts to the parentless of students attend the Those of us who give our lives for a living are
? U.S. Department of La- throwing life. This assertion is not
i at Easter and Christmas for many a moon. away

Didn't the Sarah Vaughan-C.B. Atkins hassle really bor secretary's con- designed to make those of us comfortable who use
with college
begin before they adopted a child? And isn't It human views as a basis for our thought. It did

true that Billy Eckstine and his Carrol have again 'presidents and executives ,not make too many comfortable during the days
here in Sage Hall 3
made a date with Sir Stork? when Jesus Christ walked the earth in person.

Speaking of babes and babies both Nancy Wilson on the Atlanta Uni- Those of us who accept the philosophy of Jesus

and Aretha Franklin got what they wanted boys. versity campus recently.The Christ and understand the same, only, can be

Nancy is receiving tempting offers to tour the theme of the con- comfortable hearing such assertion. No one who

European circuit if she can make an April 1 dead- ference was "The Responsibility follows Christ or accepts his thinking is com-

line. Aretha Detroit's contribution to the entertainment of Collegesand fortable just making a 'big' living, for we know

world says she will get back to workas Universities in the A GIFT FOR THE PRESIDENT----Mrs. Jessie C. Thomas, left, "Miss Sandhill Chapter that our business is helping to make life. Anyonecan

soon as the baby is old enough to travel. Can't Preparation and Motiva- ," presents a gift to Dr. L. C. Dowdy, acting president of A. and T. Col- make a living.We .

... stand to have himout of her sight! tion of Youth for the lege, during the recent annual dinner sponsored at Hoffman, N. C.. by the should never lose sight on the fact that the

I don't know if Lena Horne knows it, but she has Emerging Opportunitiesin Sandhill Chapter of the A. and T. College General Alumni Association. Looking Creation
represents Purpose. If our lives have
'i' a big fan credited in newspaperman with the Robert' ote-of-the Sylvester.week'Robert regarding Government" and Indus- on from center is Ho sea C. Brower, president of the chapter, and at right is not been givento that purpose, It has been
can be try. The
entire con- E. S. Douglas, who presided.
Miss Horne he said: misused. If our lives are invested ln life It
ference emphasized ,
: ended "'
Lena is probably the only woman in the world (1) the pressing need has already.

who can turn her back squarely to you and still for
force you to listen to every note she sings. Some personnel (2) what the Hayes Ties 220 Mark 4 FAMU Grads

singers come and' go and I have been-watching this institutions of higher PURIM MESSAGE FROMAs

one for 20 years and if she has given any evi learning can and must do Despite Bucking WindsMIAMI
dence of going I haven't noticed it yet. Receive Doctorates
to prepare them and we observe this joyous Festival of Purim and

"Many can do pretty well with a comedy lyric (3) the particular Everything was seconds. recall the struggle of the Jews of ancient Persiato

if somebody else writes the funny stuff and all However The FAMU Flash TALLAHASSEE -- Four free themselves from the death
i anxiety of the govern- on odds-against making a mandate of the
have to do is utter it. But lena can take a facing an eightmileper graduates of Florida A&M
they dictator
ment we must address
(all agencies) at record for Jax Bob Hayes ourselves tp a
standard tune and wring from it great satiri- hour wind and & University have received
pop similar
this time to employ and who has unofficially conflict torturing us of the Twentieth
cal comedy making use of her lovely face and 1 track which he later doctorate degrees released Century.
upgrade as rapidly as tied three world dash
'punching' her"points with her equally lovely body. claimed was "sticky" by G.W. Conoly.executivesecretary .
Negroes all
over the world
possible qualified Negroes !marks and Just recently are seeking their
watch this woman }was finally clocked at
is worth the price merely to of
It especially those broke the American 70- rightful role as equal citizens. in Africa, the
her hands for effect and to hear an who 9.5. the Florida A&M University -
use struggle for
with high academic yard dash indoor record.It independence continues as nations
knows what a lyric is supposed to say and pro- However in the 220-yard Alumni Associa-
training.The all happened here experience the growing pains of self- overBlIHt
It. She's purely wonderful. dash around a curve tion.
ceeds to say third and fourth of Saturday morning at the as these new countries, born out of colonialist
Did hear the one about the mother cannibal track. Hayes--who tied Receiving the terminal
this same scene where almost suppression, struggle toward
series of con- sufficiency and
when airplane the world mark in Trinidad' -
walking with her baby in the jungle an degrees were James A.
f ere n ces will be a year ago to the day. self-control.
comforting the ( s annual Brittish
nearby? The mother
crashed Campbell. PennsylvaniaState
scheduled for Nashville. Bob tied Frank Budd's But it is here in America that the task of civil
airplane West Indies sever-
little cannibal explained that the games University
startled pre-
1 wouldn't hurt her: in fact it was something Tenn. and New Orleans.La 100-yard dash world record al weeks ago at 20.5-- sently employed at Ro- rights for the Negro has just begun. The Jew oust
i only to have the stand firmly, side by side with Protested
lot of ran an equally
like a lobster--you have to throw away a College ChoirSchedule AAD senwald Junior CollegeIn
nullify the performance to tie the Catholic in the fulfillment of
'insides' delicious performance our common religious
the Panama
l the parts but due to .22 calbre. City; Alphonso
this time des- commitments, ever pressing for the
eyebrows because the record rightful -
Broadwayites are quirking Pinkney Cornell University -
l gun being used two finish lines freedoms of American.
with recently divorced pite every pious platitudes
most presently
gentleman seen employed
Mar. by an insteadof
Diahann Carroll looks an awful lot like her ex' ProgramsNEW almost mistakenly at Hunter Collegein and sonorous phrases alone will not suffice. only
standard calibre
a thwarting his efforts. such direct action as was promulgated by the three
Monte Kay. YORK Seven choral 38 pistol. New York City; Buel
Rudolph's divorce from William Ward comesas renditions of the Psalms When Bob crossed the -faith National Conference on Race and Religion
Wilma In his first Staggers. University of
to their Nashville friends. As 1 presented by the choirs appearance,y100-yard dash finish in Chicago will demonstrate to the American Negro
no surprise here Saturday morning Rhode Island University
N far back as last summer the storm clouds were of seven different members Bob--running under his line he momentarily, presently a Past Doc- that the preachments of religion can be meaningful -
slowed up and then rea- when applied to our daily lives.
gathering over the Ward roof. of the United Negro alma mater's colors of toral Fellow on the
his mistake put
College Fund, will open lizing biology faculty of Brown
Florida A&M U. --set out
looksBy sudden burst of
About on a
the March Negro College to break Budd"s 100-yard speed to tie the world University; Flossie Byrd The Eldorado

L. L' Hommedleu Reid Choir Series" over the existing record of 9.2 record. Cornell University pre-

THE WHITE MAN'S GOD William Morrow & Co. ABC Radio Network.A sently employed at

I By Rhona Churchill New, york 1962 program devoted to Abyssinia's Choir 3 Holiday On Ice Prairie View A&M Collegeand presents entertainer
English Composers, sung Emma Kitties Ohio
by St. Augustine s Col- State University, pre-
hill British journalist-photographer noted for 'lege Choir will be fea- Sets Sunday ProgramChoir Showing Here sently employed in the Sunday erenifig with

her London Daily Mall coverage of major foreignnews turedthe, week o"f March 3 of Abyssinia home economics depart-
events, reports man' s unusual facets o f 10. Baptist Church will Holiday On Ice, the ment at Florida A&M. i

4 the explosive racial situation in South Africa. Calendar Wedding world famous ice show Dr. George Rawls alsoan !
sponsor a -
Johnson C. Smith University Elge.. Wkfte ft Sutet
will give nine per- A&M graduate, was
Miss Churchill's first experience In Africa was of Charlotte,N.C. March Sunday at

on assignment during the Treason Trials of 1956. will present the full 8:30 p.m. during an formances in Jacksonville's made a Fellow of the

She saw firsthand the effects of Apartheid on the program the week of after service program, Coliseum March American College of Surgeons Curtis Taylor Your HostwwwwJ I

black man who has accepted the white man' s .Cod March 17.Good Mr.s. Johnnie Mae Law 19-24. in 1962. He is a

president, and Mrs. New international cham- Diplomat of the American I
V pions and a different Board of Surgery and the
news forasthmatics Viola McTear. program
chairman announced. format mark the 18th annual American Board of Ex-

KEROSENE HOME DELIVERY .. Friends and the general tour of Morrisfen' aminers. lInt YII AR El i
wo.em.j'ew,: s production. I
.r' .tw public are Invited. Rev.
Ike Joseph ------------ .,*-===. ...,..
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B.L. is host
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and Jefferson Streets ----- EL 6-432 tor.
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-I ROYAL ART STUCK) SOUND SERVICESSound ContinentalSets DACRON BLENDS & RAYONS Dr. C. E. Black Orders.Best feallty We use Bussproprietor Oaly The

515 BAVIS SHEET Service for Ad- "FREE" Bow Tie With Each Soit.
vertislng-Dances, Ball All-Star

firder Niw at leJicet Prices Gases, etc. Also Loud GIRLS DRESSES 3 REGISTERED PHARMACISTS TO SBIVE Yod -

Speaker Service for Ban- Match SundayThe A COMPLETE LINE OP
Phafa Cards Sizes 1 to 14 SOBTEEN
quets Concerts, Record
Cosmetics Rubber Goods Candies 8Mdri
--r lEdiiitals Faiilj fireapsClifcs Oops etc.Phone El 3-590Z Continental All- NYLONS IB WHITE i PASTELS Will Frilly Lace.
Stars bowling team sI" to MO'5

Black & White-Color will opposing meet teams two all-star Sunday IROADWAYDtft. Lilly's Drug Store

SepiaToieQuality M starting at 2 p.a. at

Photographs Royal Crowa J the Edgewood! facility. Store

Churches-WtUims Socials Cola 'The are exhibition free and the matches public 119 BROAD ST. EL ..&018 1911 RINGS ROAD EL 3-127

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.llel Gvard Slain AIHr.'sFri..11 Citations For Top Students Gibbs JC Collegia Pliys

After TdtpkoM Thud N Key Role !I. Peace Corps MeetST. &< ." .

CHICAGO-ANP---A roundthetableclockpOlice \

guard was thrown up around the home PETERSBURG---When approximately 500 ; .

of a Negro west-side politician, who was y college students gathered on the campusof

friend of slain Alderman Benjamin F. American University in Washington, D.C.

Lewis, after police received an anonymous to discuss the merits of the Domestic Peace

telephone call threatening his life. Corps Gibbs Junior College student Mac

The threat last Thursday *. s James Williams, was among those playing

(Feb. 28) was directed Council.I key roles there. .March. 13.Williams .
at Robert Biggs, who wasa Biggs, an undertaker president ofthe vice Program.
r friend of Alderman ran as an independentwith campus Student Coun- A third recommendation

Lewis, ill-fated former Lewis' support in cil and State Chairman was that college stu-

chief of the denselyNegropopulated an unsuccessful bid to of the Collegiate Coun- dents provide a ready

westside unseat Alderman Thomas cil for the United Nations source of volunteer

4 4 24th Ward. Lewis Burke as chief of the served as chairman workers.
of the Workshop that
29th Ward that borders
was found handcuffedand
shot to death in Lewis' ward.Police \\T-r11 i dealt with the. direct * TRUMAN GIBSON
participation by Col- SAN FRANCISCO Former
his office last week, said they received -
leges and Universitiesin International Boxing
Just 36 hours after he a mysterious J.l. JepsoB
the "National Club president Truman
had been overwhelminglyreelected telephone call from a Ser-
vice Program," the Gibson's conviction was
who said new
to the City man :
"I've gut Lewis and a t title given the govern- Jails Pepsi- confirmed by the U.S.

.Negro Woman now I'm going to get __ J t..... I mental project once Court of Appeals here

Smith Margaret Nixon receive known as the National along with three others
Biggs. CONGRATULATIONS! ---Clifford and a- Cola Firm
Doctor Receives The caller gave nc wards from Dr. H. A. Harris, professor of chemistry at Edward Service Corps and also for conspiracy and ex-

Service Citation reason or explanationas Waters College during a recent meeting of the Alpha Beta Science "Domestic: Peace Corps.1* tortion.

to why Biggs waf Club. The two students were cited for maintaining a straight 'A' The overall purpose of NEW YORK -- Joel B. Legal action againstthe

HEREFORD. Texas A Ne- "marked." average during the recent semester. (Photo By J. Baker) the Conference, spon- Jepson joined Pepsi- one-time boxing baron -

gro doctor who was graduated Biggs himself said he l sored by the National Cola Company as Assis- and others was

from Howard University knew of no reason why JFK Envoy Hand Student Association, was tant Manager Mobile brought: to public atten-
Candidates Force Gov's
in Washington, anyone would want to GOP to promote and stimulate Market division of tion when Don Jordan

'p.C.has been honored as ham'him. The Republican Candi- tion is tantamount to interest in the pro- National Sales department who was world welter-
Hereford's citizen Exchange VowsWASHINGTONANPThe posed NSC. It had the weight champion in 1958
Nevertheless, police dates for the Legisla- election' is obsoletein It was announcedby
the year. blessings of the United charged in the Los Ange-
took no chances, and ture kicked up their Duval County. Vice-President Chariot
Dr. Lena Edwards 62. threw upthe guard a- continuing friendship heels and refused to All the Republican Nation Government and N. Baker. les Pederal District

was presented a plaqueat round his home. between America and the roll over and play dead Candidates along with such speakers as secre- Mr. Jepson comes to Court on May 30. 1961
Hereford s 36th annual Republic of Basford and the other tary of the Interior, from that Gibson and three
Guinea Pepsi Management
were today. They forced the Stuard Udall. Sen. Har-
Chamber of Commerce March OH Nat'lCapital pledged last week by the Governor and the Legislative three Democrats to be rison A. Williams of New and Marketing Instituteof others associated with

dinner for "distinguished newly appointed Guinean delegation tofcninvite" selected on March 12th Jersey, Sen. John Towelof New York where he wasa boxing tried to move in

and unselfish service! Sat Ambassador to the United the Demo- will be on the ballot Texas and Sen. Clai- specialist in sales on Jordan's ring earn-

( to the community.She states Karim Bangoura cratic nominee for Group for the general elec- borne Pell, were pre- promotion, marketing ings.

gave up a practiceto ly NlirOis.IAMI and President John F. 4 from appearing at the tion on March 26th sent. development, new product Gibson 48. a prominent

start a maternity with Reputedly the lone introduction and public Chicago attorney received -
-- Negroes who Remedy. meeting the Gover- Hew Bible
clinic for migrant Ready a 5-years suspended -
have lost Jobs throughthe The President and the nor and the delegation. Florida representative relations advertising
workers, spending several that sentence and
Before a
influx of Cubans Ambassador met during William T. Stockton. For DistributionNEW there. Williams dis- programming.
thousand dollars of her he was employed by the $10. 000 fine.
here plan a march on White House ceremonies at Jr.. Republican nominee closed that his group
own to build the two- YORK (ANP) A Smith, Kline and French Also sentenced And
Washington it was reported which Bangoura presentedhis for Group 5, informed major will submit the follow-
story clinic afr a migrant publishing venture laboratories of Philadelphia fined were: Frankie Car-
last Saturday.Date letter of credencefrom Governor Bryant and ing resolutions to the
labor camp here. a new English Reference Pa., for five bo, former underworld
for the march has Sekou Toure presi- Senator Jack Mathews Kennedy committee pickedto
The clinci was opened Bible King in sales and pro- boxing Frank (BUn-
years ;
yet to be decided. dent of Guinea. that he and the other James Version, in study the proposed
last November but Dr. preparation ky) Palermo former Phi-
Cecil G. Rolle, a mem- In his remarks, the Ambassador Republican nominees-- by Biblical program. Frank Puleo is managerof
Edwards has been working ber of the committee or- praised the David Wells Group 4, scholars since 1946 has Colleges and universi- Pepsi's expanded mobile ladelphia fight manager

more the than two years on ganizing the march said President for "coura Thomas A. Larkin Group been announced by the ties can assist in the market division.A and Joseph Sica. Los Angeles -

project.. she 35 people had already geous battle to establish 6, and Gretchen Carpen- American Bible Society.The determination of areas native of Haverford sports promoter.
Today received
from rem R1ered for it out the true racial equality"here ter, Group 7--would publication date is of greatest educational Pa.. Jepson now residesat Carbo drew a 25-year
university an alumna group were awaiting more in America and appear at the meetingof March 7. cultural and social need Point Lookgut, LI. sentence and a $10.000

achievement award for registrants. thanked Mr. Kennedy for this delegation in The volume was developedto through survey projectsby with his wife-the former fine. Palermo was sen-

'distinguished achieve According to Rolle who his recognition that the event that Bill Bas- provide an inexpen- faculty and students.The Joan Campodori of Rock- tenced 15 years with a
ment in the fields of ville LI. He isa $1,000 fine, and Sica
is Miami editor Conference Centre
medicine and of a underdeveloped countriesneed ford the Democratic sive study edition of Workshop
community Newark. N.J. nominee in Group 4 group's second recommen- graduate of Trinity got a 20-year sentenceand
achievement." newspaper increased aid. the Bible. It is the
She was chosen citizenof "Thousands of Negroes Ambassador Bangoura should sit in. first reference Bible dation was that,wherever College. Hartford Conn. a $10.000 fine.

the year by represen- here have lost Jobs as spoke of the many Ameri- Stockton was later Informed ever published by the possible colleges and I

tatives of all Hereford domestics, laborers and cans who visited Guinea by the 'srepresentative society, an interdenomi- universities should attempt OPEN FOR BUSINESS
civic clubs. hotel workers to Cuban and who have contributedto that the national agency foundedin to develop pro-
'i Dr. Edwards is a member who take lower wages." the of invitation to Basford 1816 for the transla- grams Jointly with the GOODSON CLEANERS Announces the Opening of a New
understanding Branch office at 5504 Avenue B. "Come Where' You
I of the Third Order of St.
Some 5,000 circulars had been withdrawn and tion communities Involved in
Guinea's problems. byU. Can Get Quality Cleaning at Budget Prices. "
Francis and has a son bearing the heading. that the meeting would Hundreds of minister the project. The Con-
S. citizens. -- Free Pickup & Delivery Service --
Thomas (Father Martin), "Miami plans march on only be open to the professors of theology ference group does not
Among those mentionedwere
ordained last year as a D.C. protesting Cubans elected representativesand editors writers and recommend that collegesand
Secretary of Commerce -
priest in the Societyof takin g jobs." have been not any of the party laymen in 28 denominations universities develop
Luther H. Hodges
the Atonement. distributed Rolle said. ; nominees. were surveyed to independent programs
Assistant Secretary '5 .
Stockton said. 'I just determine what is wantedin which receice assistancefrom Y
State for African Affairs
. want to'remind the Demo- a reference Bible. the National Ser-
r crats that the phrase U !
Ambassador Chester a h
.I the Democratic nomina- r g
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.i tingling federal court here by The suit requested U.S. Phone RA 5-7011 or RA 4-8986 Jacksonville. Pla.
six Negro families.
Judge Harold Cox to set
Financed by the National
time! an April 12 hearing.
__ Association for the Ad-
January the Jus-

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TRADITIONAL STYLE synonymous with Edward Waters College's athletic 'teams records lardthe tourney's Most Valuable Player-are congratulated by EWC President W.B.Ste

through the years. the 1962-63 basketball team rolled to a Southeastern Athletic Con- wart after winning the runnerup trophy. Members shown in photo (leftfrom left are:

ference runnerup spot with an 8-2 record and although riddled by the 'Flu'won sec- Coach Barton, Stafford Thompson Jacksonville; Jerry Bullard, pompano Beach; johnny

ond place in the annual SEAC Tournament held recently in Albany, Ga. The cage team Miranda, New York City; James Grissett, Jacksonville; Willie Simmons, Lake Wales;

was sp shorthanded that the aid of two star football players--Charles Grover and Willie Charles Grover, Jacksonville; Ezekiel Robinson, Jacksonville; Richard Williams and

Simmons, both of who hadn' practiced, were enlisted to play in the tourney. Both Bobby Gordon, both from Lexington, Ky. ; and William Robinson, Lake Wales.

Dlayers handles themselves capably. In photo (left) Coach Tom Barton and Jerry Bul- (Photos by J. Baker)
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COLLIE NICHOLSONGRAMBLINC date is the team leader Political Bids
Lloyd C. A. Wells
Panthers did beat Grambling in loop play,
with 727 points. Reed HOUSTON-ANP)---Southwestern conference
JACKSON, Miss. -- By Fails To Score the big rugged obdymen" put a lickingon
LA. -- has '
scored 562
points champions ( 63) Grambling Tigers head toward -
an overwelming 9-3 vote Figures released Mondayby CHICAGO-ANP) -- Chicago them by 52 points in a return game that
while using his remark- this year's 1963 N.A.I.A. national
the state college board the Southwestern Cub slugging star proved the loss in P.V. was a fluke. .Arkansas -
able rebounding springto championship tournament in Kansas City,
which governs all state- Athletic Conference Bureau Ernie Banks and former Southern, Jackson Prairie View and
collect 495 for a well equipped to bring the S.W.A.C. its
supported schools Indicate that few 17.6 Chicago Bears fullback TSU are also strong contenders indicatingthat
average. third consecutive N.A.I.A. championship. .
Saturday voted to allow teams in the country can Robert Watkins failed to the S.W.A.C. is one of the better
Frazier has
logged 354
The Tigers of Coach Fred Hodby garnered the
seventh-ranked Missis- approach Grambling in score last week in their balanced loop's in the country.The .
points Comeaux, the
crown in 1961 Coach Leroy Moore's Prairie
initial efforts
State's all-around skill and to break
sippi basketballteam
only freshman in the View Panthers took top laurels last season Tiger foursome of Lester Milburn, Ar-
into the field of
to enter the NCAA shooting ability. poli-
starting line up has and Grambling looms as strong the favoriteto tice Barrett, Charles White and Ray Saddler,
black tics. Both were candi-
basketball and Cagers wearing
tailed 325. and Calhoun did the mile relay in 3:14 flat--excellent
add the third crown to the S.W.A. C.
and satin skivvies dates for'' seats on the
to play against teams gold
at this state of the season..TSU is
added 319 with his late No team in the loop could come close to
Chicago City Council.
the most
with Negro players.By have provided
momentum.The looking forward to meeting the great Ari-
this precedent- exciting basketball and season Banks who had the sup- the Black and Gold giants of Grambling
glittering quintetis and seldom has team the S.W.A.C.title zona State team that was paced to a world
breaking some of the biggest port of Cubs owner P.K. a won
move Miss. considered of the record by Ulis Williams last sum er. The
with the did this .
Rtate abandoned headlines in the area Wrigley Jr. but no back- ease they year.
rule of a par-longstanding with their copyrighted most talented in theschool's ing from the Republican While Prairie View started early with a Tigers ran third in that race behind

ticipating against teams reign of terror. history. party, ran a distant glittering record and even though the Oregon.
The Tigers lead the Grambling has compileda third to white Democratic -
with Negro athletes.
SWAC in scoring field 26-2 record. incumbent James A. IUNOED WHISKY.M PROOF.13%MAIN NEUTRAL SPIRITS.O1M3 SCHENLEY DISTILLERS CO..R.Y.C.Enjoy.
Southeastern Conference
The team looked almost
goal Condon in the race for
percentage and rebounding -
champions with 21 wins unbeatable winning SWAC the Eighth Ward alder-
in 26 games, the team the nation are' No.2 rated and NAIA District 6-B manic seat. Condon pol- the ,
enters the NCAA regional crowns. led 9.296 votes to Banks
play-offs Friday against small-college team by
Loyola a team which has the Associated Press and Ernie during the cam- s nnymorningflavorof :
Press Inter-
four Negro starters. paign, identified him .
Saturday's action by national. self with the Republi t
the board supported Right now. Fred Hobdy s Gibbs Cobras cans but some party -

State President D.w.Colvard's five starters are the workers complained he
hottest gunners in the Ranked NinthNationally wasn't active enough in S.
last week decision -
Cotton belt.Hershell politics before entering'the
to send the team and that he Jchenleq
West (25.9). race I I
to the regionals unless
6-10 Willis Reed (20.7), would be "a part time .

'competent the move.authority"vetoed Wilbur Frazier (12.6). ST. PETERSBURG -- For alderman." Banks blamed :
Johnny Comeau (11.6). the third consecutive these and the lack of a ,
It was reported during
and Rufus Calhoun (11.4) year Gibbs Junior Col- good organization for- ,0-
that time that thestate's
arch segrega- have scored more than lege' basketball Cobras his defeat. He also said l "' -e, k
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315 points apiece in 28, received offensive rank- he didn't have enough S.-- .
tionist Gov. Ross Bar- I
nett and other officialswere games. ing by the 287 member people working for him. i. E'

on record opposingthe West, the sharp-shoot- National Junior College Banks said: 1 '" .. -. ".,.

Bulldogs playing agalnst ing All-American candi- Athletic Association. "When I run again in: ,.i
Integrated teams. NJCAA Service Director. four years I' 11 have i ,(-" .-
I J. Paul Sheldon lists better organization andI <

the Gibbs Cobras as hope to have the endorsement enl

ninth in team offense of the Republican -

with a shooting averageof Party." Demo-
87.2 points per game. crats dominate Chicago w ; 4

Gibbs broke into the politics.

national rating two seasons Unlike Banks Watkins

age with an identi- won't have a job to go

cal average. Last year, back to. He was fired

s4h they 90 points scored to more rank than sev- from bis Job as managerof f- ?; T : ".4,,,,
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lil-i- '" Simond Johnson Juniors' Win Citywide Cage Tournamentn I

Dawson Awirrfs

WtstsMtrs Ov.r-RiR OppoiMts, _L- World's Finest

,. w- Pepsi CiteScholarship

To C:p Ptrrtiiil Ckmpioiship l Drivers Enter

Simond Johnson s Junibr boys basketballteam Sakrfig ClassicSEBRING
NEW YORK. NY. -- Lea
won the City Recreation Department 3r
Sv -- confirmed Dawson, quarterback of
Basketball Tournament which was played at
t entries of drivers and the Dallas "Texaas" of
Jefferson Street Park recently.
L cars for the inter- the American Football

Captain Jesse Tarranceand the entire basketball 'i nationally famous 12 League selected Purdue

his team won six and league. Newman hit on HOUR ENDURANCE RACE here University, Lafayette.

lost one before the 70-percent of his shoots at Scoring Florida Ind. as his 'choice' to

iournament. In the from 15 feet or more Saturday March 23 will receive a $500.00 scholarship -

)urnlllen t. Simond John- out. Flynn Edwards the present to the fans of donated in 'his'

ion defeated Eastside bye fastest man on the team the auto racing world a name by Pepsi-Cola Com

score of 50 to 33, gave Capt. Tarrance, field of drivers from pan y.

forest Park by a very Robinson Newman and all divisions of the Pepsi-Cola cited Pur-

lopsided score of 67 to John Sumpter plenty of sport. due graduate Dawson in

16 and then 'went on to support with quick lay European stars Graham honor of his selectionas

defeat Jefferson Street ups and ended the sea- Hill. John Surtees; The Sporting News

by a score of 48 to 37 son as the team's best Hopkirk, England; Mai- Player Of The Year' in

for the championship. playmaker.J. f res e. Searfiotti.Italy; the American football

During the season Simond Sumpter was the Herrmann,Barth, Germany; league in 1962.

Johnson defeated East- fifth man and really Bonnier from Sweden; Mickey Mantle NY Yan-

side and Jones Street came in to his own in Rodriguez, Mexico; kees; Maury Wills LA

twice and Llvilla once. the championship game ? Clark, Browne, Manerow, Dodgers, and Y. A. TittleNY

Their only lost was to Lerch, Canada; A.J. Foyt Giants were others
with good spot shootingand s
Hall, Sharp Hissom,
Lavilla. cited by Pepsi-Cola in
Texas; Parnelli Jones,
Frank Robinson was Coach Bryant said that GETS GO! GO! SIGN---Simond-Johnson Recreation Park director, Carlton Bryant (left) had his baseball Dan Gurney California; honor of their selection

high point man and top without the leadershipof charges reported for early spring practice Friday, morning at the 28th St.-Moncrief Roan facility in Holbert, Hansgen, New by The Sporting News as

rebounder in all of the Capt. Tarrance, his anticipation of keen competition among the various Centers when the city Recreation Department's Jersey; Sesslar Ohio; 'Player Of The Year' in

team's games. Robinson team would not have baseball leagues swing into action. Bryant will manage the team and two former baseball pros Edward Fireball Roberts. Day- their respective base-

averaged 20-points per reached the semi-finals Hickson and William Benton have assumed coaching roles, assisted by Sylvester Douglas, Leonard rona Beach Hever, Kimberly ball and football lea-

game and pulled'in sixty' Tarrance and his four M in go--SimondJohnson hall of famer--Leroy Kearse, Earl Green and David SM el ds.AI tin Mitchell,SJ' s Wisconsin; Just gues. Mantle awarded his

f percent of ,the team re- teammates played the MVP for 1962 and Wesley Smith, star 'o cater fielder, head the veteran returnees. other vets include: to name a few of the scholarship to Commerce

bounds. entire tournament with- Jerry Ramsey: Willie Williams Warren White, Jerome Nixon, Ben FrazierGerald Jenkins, Daniel John- more 'than one hundred (Okla ) High School;

Recreation ,Director out substitions.The son Jr., James Moultrie:, Ricky Ruckerson, Jerome Wallace, and Tom Pough. Newcomers expected to come world famous drivers Wills named Winston-

Carl ton ,B. Bryant ,stated tournament was conducted through are. Quiten Addison, John Cohen, Nate Wyatt, Wesley Williams, John Williams and Waverly Lang. that will be on hand for Salem (NC) Teachers College -

that in Horace "Tom"News by the City Re- Ferrell McBride, whom e the team late in the season last year is also expected to re turn.Coach Min- this star studded start- and Tittle selected -

an his team had the creation Department, go expects a first division spot for his Tadpoles. SJ wib host Wilder in an exhibition game March ing field. East Texas Bap-

best outside shooter in Miss Emma Hightower 25th. Wilder is managed by'Davis Shields. Miss Emma Hightower is supervisor of the Recreation D epartment. -. Ford powered Cobras, tist College Marshall.Tex. .

supervisor. Corvettes Ferraris, .
Each school named by
Porsches, Chapparals,
Dawson Mantle Wills
Jaguars and a host of
Howard Shrink Mail MOM Grambling Drops Dillard 82- 69 others are making up the and Tittle will be solely -

Sill| rf ENters Schlitz Derby already filled field of responsible to administer -

Charge Bias Rates High sixty five cars starting the scholarshipbased
For NAIA District 6-B Title on student need
I this terrific twelve
In Construction Jamacai Open Witll'Modllro Includes King
hour grind at 10:00 A.M.
GRAMBLI G, La. (SPECIAL) ---The superbly

WI.BHINGTONANP) Ridiculous as it coached Grambling Tigers used the shootingof MackeralTAMPA Saturday, March 23rd.
Stcdent leaders at Howard KINGSTON.Jamaica--(ANP) may All-American candidate Hershell West The fast 5.2 mile Se-
sound the most impor- Athletic
University have Sponsors of the $10.000 and the rebounding muscles of Willis Reed bring track is ready for Swanky .,
tant person in the life -- What is believed -
charged four trade union Jamaica Open Invitational and Wilbur Frazier to sidetrack Dillard the onslaught of the
of the Jacksonville SUNS to be the first
involved in Federallydirected Golf Championshiphere Baseball Club today is University, 82-69, to win the NAIA Dis- organized program ever world's fastest cars and Club Closes
construction ofa March 7-10 last trict title drivers, could be that
Monday night week.
the mailman. attempted to tag JCing CHICAGO -(ANP) The
men's gymnasium on the week elated this the American
were over year
With 38 players on the Grambling grabbed a . Mackerel has been put fashionable Meadows Club
campus with practicing the signing of Charlie entered power plants
Spring Training Roster stranglehold on the decision into motion in Florida one of the swankiest in
tight 81-74.
discrimination or "dis Sifford of Los Angeles, could take home the the country was discontinued -
and many signed to contracts crown after the Blue over Dillard in New with the capture and release -
graceful tokenism" in one of America leading honors and points a- Feb. 28, accord-
the appearance of Devils were unable to of 200 King Mac-
Orleans Saturday.
their membership. golf pros and five-time warded to the winner.No ing to project manager
the mailman make serious chal- kerel carrying tags of
daily is the a Hobdy admitted that he
Named in the protestwere U.S. Negro national cham- need for Qualifying William J. Reardon.
biggest event of the day. lenge in the opening entered the final con- the Schlitz 1963 Florida
Sheet Metal Workers pion. trials or However, ice skating
SUNS' General Manager 10 minutes of play. Fishing Derby.
Local 102. ,SteamfittersUnion .. Sifford, who was among test with trepidationafter The Mackerel have been races Saturday's race and tennis will continue
Bobby Maduro and Manager Monday' victory was squeezing out on
Local 602Plumbers th'e leading golfingmoney in the Florida for the Alitalia Air- until the end of their
Ben Geraghty are not the 26 in 28 games for top in the first game. tagged
will be to
Union Local 5 and Elec- winners last year Keys in recent weeks bya lines trophy respective seaaeas. Our
trical Workers Union 26. was one of a number of worried since they knew Fred Hobdy' flourishing He was pleased with tagging team of the the car and driver capa- club facilities were

Michael Thelwell edi- Internationally famous last winter which players basketball factory. the victory and praisedthe Board of ble of standing the ter- provided in the expecta-

tor of the campus newspaper golfers signed for the would form the nucleus of Grambling has beaten Blue Devils ad- Florida State it was rific strain of the hair tion that they would be
formally their 1963 team and, although Dillard in six playoff mirably. "Dillard madeus Conservation, pin turns. fast straights used extensively and enjoyed -
Hilltop. Jamaica to be
Open, work for everythingwe Robert M.
announced by
some of the"vets" games dating back to tricky right and left
the President' by almost all of
complained to played at the Caymanas got," he said. Director of Research -
Committee may be slow in 1958, and the situationis Ingle, hand corners that bring Our Lake Meadows resident -
s Golf and County Club. The two clubs, presented for the. Conservation -
signing and returningtheir beginning to call these speeding missies "
Reardon said.
Equal Employment Sifford will also par- an interesting study in Board. Ingle pointed -
contracts there is Coach Bill Martin. from 150 miles hour
tunity in a letter received ticipate in the Chivas- contrasts. his per "But, nearly three
by the committee Regal "Pro-Am" eventof no real anxiety.Nevertheless The Tigers opened the out that to dom to 40 MPH in split years of operating experience -

the .anticipation current series with a knowledge not only has seconds, fast shiftingand demonstratedthat
last with Buntin
the tournament, CandidateFor been
is there. S this species never peaking out of revs a small per-
Work on the $2.6 million extra prize money and very
gymnasium has been Made m lives with all the the subject of an organized to a flat out speed in centage of Lake Meadows,
the Chivas Regal Trophyat All American
contracted through active, day-to-day many tagging program the straights. Not one residents used these facilities -

Government Services Sifford's stake. competitors faceted details of run- Gultker Sparks AflN ARBOR Mich.ANP). but also that no hour not two hours; and that trader

Administration by Victor ning a ball club and hasa The University of tagged King Mackerel has but twelve long hoursof these circumstances our
include George Knudson, ever been
Inc.Discrimination. liking for keeping has had concentration that operating costs were
Beauchamp defending Maracaibo'and Coaches Clinic Michigan never a
ght. than could
in things neat and orderly.And tan All-American basket- the world may; know which much higher
Puerto Rico titleholder. The King Mackerel, orTCingfish" be afforded.
hiring on federally sup- whom Charlie tied for nothing appears more ball player. Before his car which driver can
is one ofFlorida's "Although a great
neat and orderly than a WASHINGTON, D.C. -- take the punishment of
construction was is Bill
ported third in the career over.
place recent of activitieshave
most prized
contract with a likely- Florida AtM University'shead the famous twelve.BALLOTS.
banned last year by an San Fraztdsco Open. Bun tin. sophomore center and dea-
looking prospect's signa- coach Jake Gaither fishes, being noted for been tried
that bit of
.Executive Order. might change
ture attacked thereto. gave three lectures on its regal Qualitied in pits the employment of
history. both sport and commerce. club specialists who are
Geraghty fusses just
a the Rattlers' offense
Buntin is being hailedas
MARCH 19-24-JAX COLISEUMTicket little being a little the Split Line T. during of the outstand- Although a migratory thoroughly experiencedin

.. ala at CalU.MM, 1145 E. A4am.. patient and long ;uffer- the Coach-of-the-Year one species its migration UCKS this field the ope-
Or Deer Batata Each Performance ing first-year varsity
ing by nature, at the Clinic here in the Wil- pattersn are at present ration has not bee
in the
prospect of putting all lard Hotel last week. Ten performers conference this.season. Big- merely "educated specu- ARE WEAPONSfar successful" he We4.

18TMFABULOUS the pieces in their pro- The FAMU coach spoke lation. Ice skating will continue -
I. P He is clicking on a
per place and looking at before 600 coaches dur- It is very difficult to as at present
YEAR! 21-point average and is FIRST CLASSCITIZENSHIP March 15, the
a roster with a blank ing the clinic which was the leading the tag King Mackerel, Ingle through
SPECTACULAR among end of the present season -
space or two. sponsored by the Eastman : explained. The King Is

j and FUN FILLEO! e 'Nobody loves a hold- Kodak Company and directed rebounders.Bill is a Detroit product well armed with teeth, .

out:," is the way General by Bud Wilkinsonof having starred on making it dangerous and f' -

1 f.owin9"iNE Manager Maduro put it Oklahoma and Duffy Northern High. School and unpredictable to handle.In .

1 SLEEflN when questioned. "There Daugherty of Michigan oddly enough almost bypassed addition.its respiratory rr"i.
r .fAun- is never that much dif- State. The clinics are the Wolverines in system is so delicate -

% "HDUDAr LAIr ference between playersand held in 10 cities during selecting a college. He that a specimenwill

; "rr'TlAJ FAITAn""RWSDDr management in our the weekends. This is had received scholarship die in a matter of

_ / I hr STtOtSS" league that can't be the third year Coach offers from only Drake seconds out of water or *
/ settled by discussion. if its free movements in
Gaither has been selec- University and a smth-
$3.10 ton 1.17 Mar. 19-22. 1:00 P.M. Understandably Gen wantsto !
i rSO ,... 1ft.1V '- Mar. 23. ICS; Matiaaas: ted for the staff. ern school. He rejected water are hampered.To .
$2.00 rv. 30-33 Mar. 2324. 1 P.M3 P.M. get to Tucson, wherewe Other ranking coaches both and spent a year accomplish the deli-
I CMMra. mlar 12, I** .... at S P.M. SHws., M... 2J. C will train with our cate tagging. Consultant
serving as clinicians playing basketball at
Tickets also on sale in Jacksonville at Civic parent club, the Cleve-
,were John McKay. of University Brewster Center in De Biologist Robert Topp .
Auditorium Hemming Park. ALL SEATS RESERVED land Indians, with a
full complement. This of Southern troit. used a modification of

1 gives him more time with California Wayne Hardin Buntin.This was for a Brewster break for is the technique employedby

You Don t Have to Uo to Town to Get groups such as catchers of Navy Bill Murray.of the scene of some of the the California Fish y -
pitchers, infielders and Duke and Bear Bryant of best pickup basketballin and Game Commission in

I outfielders, and also the nation. tagging Pacific Alba-

LOW PRICESOn more time with individual He gained rugged experience core.

players whose weaknessescan something that

be rectified with increased he would not have! tasted;

Tour coaching or more make changes, correc- as a freshman in col- Watch This down
time in one tions and instruc-
give lege.
-p DRUG STORE NEEDS practicing one phase of tions without antagonizing "Ton learn to take 23-59-3

Trade With lour Neighborhood Drug Store his position or more time or hurting feelings. your" beatings and adjust 25-91-S3

in the batting cage. This ig .what makes a at Brewster" Buntin .
are 3 ) 2
all cases
Deliver-We Also Fill All Doctors'Prescriptions "Almost spring training camp fun recalls. "It's kill or
individual and separate.But jond exciting for youngster be killed there." 5 4

this is where Ben or oldster alike. What he did at Brewster 7 3 tU4IGHrInvites

Dixie Pharmacy shines. The kids love to ''But; like I say we're did not go unnoticed. 110-64 962

wort with him and so do NOT WORRIED WITH ONLY 20 Several schools, including 56-41-77 You To Listen TO -

1312 lilts had at Mjrtk Aims the veterans. Few base OUT OF 38 PLAYERS signed the University f T T..... .... ..
ball men have Geraghty s to contracts to date of Detroit and Iowa, It nt""".. MS .... "KNIGHT TRAIN"Starting
ability to sit on the He .... wMwebW
Plum EL 3-5M7-H They'll come in, don't were interested, but a
a weak- ..u It .. ..wamd.Cowing .
and spot
i --- ......- .- ... bench but worry." Detroit teacher. George At 7QG p.m. Nightly-
ness or a simple And with that he looked Gady took him to seethe Attnctiw
PAY YMt LIUT WATEI All TEIEPIME continued mistar or bad around to see if the University of Michigan -

:MILS, At. HI SINE habit. And he also has afternoon mall had ar- campus ana to talk 5-59-26 14,00 WRHC 1400tr

that wonderful ability r rived. with Coach Dave-Strack.

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Off The Blocks Top StudentTOP Supreme Curt To Ponder *** POLICE REPORTS* jl

2 Teuessee School Cases SERVICE STATION OPERATOR last Sunday aad 9 a.m.
Our main man Clinton Moon spent the night In
REPORTS LOSS OF MONET the following moraieg.
town on his way to Miami the first of, the r' 4
<< part ; NEW YORK The United fore the Court by the caused considerable

week. Ifoon was in town Election Day. As we States Supreme Court Pond's DirectorCounselJack The manager of a Myrtle damage at the Telegraph

begin to bemoan our troubles and speak of the will hear two importantand Greenberg contend Avenue service station Press 2545 MoacriefRd.
problem we were baring trying to and'Them that the transfer pro-
get Sam
potentially far- to reported the theft of .. Eleee Lucas, owner-
visions operate per-
together, Moon did spread a little cheer reaching school desegre- money from his office operator reported.Patrelmefi,8idbey.
by informing us that the problem is universal. petuate segregation
gation cases Tuesday, Tuesday, police re- hiDes
Seens as tho Mr. Charlie did such rather than further desegregation t
a good job of March 19th. ported. and Marion L. Massey
and thus
inferioritlng our complexes, that Supreme Court jL ; The cases, from Knoxville Martin the manager said fuses were takes
: should be ruled incon-
wins, money' nor religion can change some of the 1...,. 5 and Davidson sistent with the Supreme said he went to the bank out of the light boxes,
thinking of those who are ante-bellusdsh. 1 3 County, Tennessee are at about 2 p.m and when lights were broken
1'ii Court's 1954 decision
Moon and his partner are in the midst of big fit : t9 consolidated appeals he returned, he found several eegravinga were
doings in B' ham They are public_ relations experts brought by the NAACF requiring someone had forced the taken and estimated
of local school systems
and marketing counselors. Moon and the Legal Defense Fund padlock on his desk and damage amounted to near
"with all deliberate
Editor are planning to take in sights down challenging "racial option had taken $50 in one ly $30.Usual .

Miami way this week-end. They' both declare that transfer" provisions speed. dollar bills. . . .

the trip is business.The adopted by the two Under the "racial op- He left one employe in Cbmmoa-Law Trouble

vanguard of the local "educator" left school boards which were tion" system as adopted charge but noticed a Mrs. Tradj Mae Boldenof

for the FSTA convention during the first part of approved' the (Court of by the Knoxville and former employe hanging 1977 Baldwin st.,told

the week. In Jacksonville, members of the PEA = 1 tt Appeals for the Sixth Davidson County school around the place. Martin police that her oonon-
last April. boards and approved by Melton law husband kept her
(white) organization have several things on the < Circuit told Patrolmen
agenda which sound good to most teachers. We'lllay ) + The plaintiffs, who the Sixth Circuit, Newsom and Freddie Mack.VANDALS locked out of the house
c I will be represented beClinton children assigned to . S S when she attempted to
odds on constructive resolutions or policy
coming out of the Miami meeting. If the usual IS> u ) Moon schools which previously HIT enter it Monday night.
# tl 1 served the other race
She added that when she
trend is followed, everyone will have a swinging TELEGRAPH PRESS
are permitted to transfer finally about to
was open
good time but no one will be able to tell you Visits Here to schools where Vandals striking some-
the door, her husband cut
what took place. It will be of interest time between 11:15 p.m.
to their race is in themajority
En route to the state her
delegates if they ask who are the attorneys for HONOR STUDENT---at Gibbs Junior College, St. teachers', in : they may also ..... -----' .I.l--J ....::6 .-.- __
Petersburg Fla. Dilworth Gllley chats with convention
the FSTA. As it stands now I'd bate to have to Miami, Clinton Moon transfer if they are assigned
fellow student Lucinda Bridges. Gil ley, a graduate ,
have to seek aid of the
FSTA legal staff in a associate director of to any school or
of Lincoln Memorial High School, palmetto, and asocial
case involving Mr. Charlie. He and the FSTA the Banks-Moon Public grade where their race
science major at Gibbs JC, made all A' slut
counsel would be of the
same hue. Relations and Marketing is in the minority
semester to rank of nine with such
as one an
The swinging "J Notes" have a new IP out. The firm Birmingham Ala., White children who are THURSDAY-9 UNTIL
title of the side is called average for the past term. $.75
"Versitility. The
stopped over here for a required through rezoning -
side (GJC staff photo by Horace Jones, Jr.) FAIBAT- 12 p.m. UNTIL
members of the
group in vocal arrangements day visiting friends and effected via the

and some swinging jazz. The' group is Nationwide Food former acquaintances.Mr. ,desegregation plan to SATURDAY 12 I... UNTIL
playing at 'tender's Rest" ,to merl' ) Macks Half Rash Of Bicycles Thefts Moon is wellknownin attend schools with a .. $1.00ADMISSION
Dollar House en Avenue B. Also on the live music Appeal IssuedBy Florida news media higher percentage of

kick, Curtis Taylor has Eugene, White and his Reported To PoliceA circles having worked Negro students can Reader's 5631 Avenue I.

group at the El boracb on week-ends. Gene plays Dr. H.I. King for a number of /ears in therefore transfer back CONTACT HENRY RSIfiE

organ, accordion and does vocals. The Great ATLANTA, Ga. ---Dr. the Miami prior to a to the '"white" schools For Reserntiois

Qrlsby, better known as the one and only Walter Martin Luther King, A wave of recent bi- later affiliation with thus.resegregating the ,

Grisby, opened at Buster Fords' "Bird: and." The Jr., president, of the cycle thefts should the Florida BrAR.Shooting system. Parts, Banqaet & J Notes Betkliis

Eastsde fun spot! swings every week-end. ,Southern alert owners to be

At the Edgewood Lounge, Raymond. Love showed the Leadership _Christian Conference, more careful, accordingto Victim APARTMENT FOR RENT CALL PO 8-3122 HENRY MUSE ,

boys how a flute should be blown.tounl Love>> soloed has issued a nationwide police reports. States IncidentUnwarranted Apt. For Rent 2 Bdrms. pr

on several ballads and a couple of hot ones. appear for staple goods Among those recently Living, dining kitchen.Hot ,

Margery Saunders cxf the staff of the Edgewood for starving Negroes in stolen was one belong- water heater. Upper ..... r

Package is on the mend. The lass suffered a the Mississippi Delta.Dr. ing to Marvin Wigginsof Apt. 1549 E. 26th St. GRAND OPENING

sprained ankle. It's Happy Birthday for Della King said SCLC 723 Court-C. A Norman Walker of 7170 $40 per month. Call t

Reese of the Lounge. Della is, not telling how board member Dr. Aaron, witness states she sawa DeWitt St. told policehe El 6-7406 or EL 6-1079.. '

many: but all of the boys will attest to how well Henry. estimates that little boy: riding his was unable to explain APARTMENT FOR RENT AVENUE B GUEST HOUSE II IIt

she looks. 22,000 people have bike near her house why Alonzo Moore shot t i
2-Rm Apt-Elec.Kitchen-
Alyson Wise of the Star staff let us in on a been removed from welfare and a larger youth him last Saturday, although All New

new side of his personality the other night. rolls because of following him. he did say 'that H&C Water-Fully Eqpt- t
Moore had cut him in the Single 'Men-El 3-9942 t
After When the
several sessions of elbow-bending, Al intensified civil rights -Clean-
suddenly remembered the days when he was the and voter registration the older boy took the neck some four monthsago HOMES FOR SALE

town's leading boy tenor and began to chirp with efforts in LeFlore and bike and rode away. The reports stated. 'BRICK HOMES-3 BDRM2BathsCarportBuilt I t
Walker said he was at Kozy
has been seen
the band. He gave a rendition of "Stardust" Madison counties. Some suspect In

which brought tears to our eyes. (If Hoagy ,Car- of the more active, par- in the neighborhood but Kings Road Drive-In Liquors Oven ft Range-As Low As t..'

michaiel had heard him, he would have cried ticipants have also been no one seems to know conversing with a $400 Down-$72 MoncBly- Comfortable. t Io

also) Al informed us that he made his stage forced to leave their his name, she con- group of friends when Model Home-6234 Cleveland -

debut at the age of 6 months. homes on plantations. cluded. Moore approached him Road PO 51290IMPERIAL
took out a pistol and 't'tt
Dorothy Jones and Gwen Shelton are, making a Urging people throughout Patrolman Barton S. Bradley inves- wounded him in his left I (BEHIND REHDER'S DRIVE IMJ)
name for themselves in the world of the stage. America to respond and C. SUNDRIESPatent
side. o
The song and dance duo were guest artists at freely Dr. King said, tigated. Medicines-O _etics t

the recently held Douglas Anderson faculty "I am calling on sup- All Leading OFF AYE. B
skit is 000000........60..........8116
talent show. Take it from me, a porters North, South, Hair Preparations t
6 I
scream. It is topped only by W. D. "Doc" East and West to gather = Buster Ford : Cor. Broad & AshleyEL Phone PO 5.9413
Sweet's version of "The Twist," when you want staple goods in their i
to laugh. communities through = 938 EAST UNION STREET E 4-2159 iI I

Elmore "Crack" Davis has peen in drydock. their churches to be : THUR.-FRI.SAT.-9 UNTIL SDH. 8 UNTIL 6
Elmo had a bout with the flu bug. He is up and sent to the Council of 6

stirring about now. Will Dean Wells also losta Federated OrganizationsCOFO featuringThe I I
= = Moncrief Drive-In! Market
bout to the bug. She is on the mend. Mesdames ( ), c/o Dr. Aaron 0

Marie Stewart and L. G. Coleman are back home Henry, 220 4th Street 0s

after stints in the b),ita1. Clarksdale, Miss is- .. MarketPhone
0 & Super
Sunday night, Old Taylor wi11 have a ball. In sippi." 6 Edgewood

addition there will be a boss fashion show. In Feature RoleMRS 6 0 ..

Many of the town's loviest damsels will parade .

before the hungry eyes of us males. Seems like 0

some sort of hoax is being perpetrated on th e. = ::

Negro voting public. It behooves every Negro withan > .* ':
ounce of self respect to study and try to

figure out what the deal Is about the Negro G .jB. Ipeal days
r- \ _L
candidate who has been entered into the commission 6 R
E Es
race. The young man is a nice fellow .j )1 .lIt

but on the other hand, 'many feel he was placed 0 j B PO 5 9494

in the race." .7 >...

We hear tell that some of the boys in the home
By ts12 ,...
repair racket are building bomb shelters for

their own protection. Hare and more home-owners 0 *
are waking up and seeing the light. In fact, Great t Organ Player I

one of the boys is on a trip for his health. (To 0 PLENTY OF GRADE 'A' STEWINBHENS

keep his health intack) 6 (DRINKS PRIHISSIBLE)
Frank odes, the pride of Gulf is in town. Frank EVANS W 8
is in the area sales rep for Gulf Oil. Incidentally FORMER' FLORIDIAN. Mrs. .BBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBDwil COONS &
Estelle Evans plays the
Gulf has started work on a new $1.25
super station to be located on" Union and Broad.It part of a housekeeper in x-
the movie "To Kill a x SEAFOOD 2 f for
is rumored that it will be station number hankS. .
Mockingbird" which has
2 for local bizzy m. .
a man.
been nominated as the
Mr. Phillip Morris Ammos passed-through. Am-
Best Picture of the Chicken 29C GRADE TNeck
mons is selling everything' from razor blades to Tear.
cigarettes. The P.M. folk are in all types of ,Cltize S'of .
operations.A Two ,ross FRYS
2 Ibs.SROR1 I.
new rum has hit the market., Those who are ia NECKS & BACKS
G.fa Rmffs
real rum lovers and love the taste of the fine

light Cuban rums will go for the new Florida Kom. II BfmlRfhiMBIRMINGHAM. _

It is brewed in Miami by many of the skillful Ala. Two 19C 100

Cuban rummasters who fled Cuba when the red sun Negroes W.L. Williams

came up. To top it all off, the price Is right. Jr. and J.L. Ware--council RIBS I" Bones >

P..Johnson of the STAR _staff is still conC candidates, gained

fined to Brewster. Friends are asked to send hima runoff spots in the 18- 'Please accept my sincere thanks

word of cheer ,and say. a prayer for him but man race for seats following -and gratitude for the wonderful STAEAI(-O-IEAN WHITE BRISKET

don't visit now...'*-'e Tiirons has a legitimatereason complete returnsof support given me in my race for the 29C 29C

to loaf. Half 0 f a ship fell on his hand March 6th 8 municipal HOuse of Representatives. Both Negro -

while' at' work. He is on the mend. elections. The runoff and white citizens are to be BACON Ik. STEW k Y'

"It's a lonesome Old Town" seemed 'to be the will be held April 2. congratulated for their efforts in ,

'song Wilbur Wiggins was humming as he gazed Williams finished 11th the"first, and second primaries.

pensively at the floor in the El ,Dorado the with 9,339 votes polledand The' votes cast on my behalf last NORTHERN wTURNIPS
Meanwhile back at the ranch, the la 14th position .
other night. ware 'c
Tuesday clearly indicates that a "
boys were flocking by Bubba d to take a look- received 8.772 large prtion of Duval citizens .c 'Hi. '

see at what Atlanta sent to Jacksonville. Atlanta's votes. (both white and black) stronglyfeel ib.1ERSIEY .
Miss Hattie Johnson we The runoff in thea&'Or's '
is the
race will be that the Negro segment of the
mentioned lust week. Elcee Lucas and Eddie
between incumbent PoliceCommissioner population should have representation -
will attest to her charm and overall mm m
Marshall -
Eugene by a member our race. .
zing. (Bull) Connor and- Albert Let's continue our efforts to ; 29C
for declaration of war betweer
Look out a
Boutwell. Boutwell further democracy and progress inDuval is.Poti 5Sewit.
political.. factions.We understand that two of led Connor by nearly County. SUGAR H ,
them .almost had a western styled "shootout"the
other night. Tis all crazy. When the deal 4.000 votes but failedto CHOPS!
goes down Hizzonner and Johnny will take a ;ain a clear-cut SUB or aoro fstl prior L I
in the four
toast together and we will have rocks in our ---- ---- ---.: -'::: -"-'
( Pol. )
candidate race.
Jaws at each other and black eyes.

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