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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 23, 1963


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


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

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University of Florida
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Copyright Florida star. Permission granted to University of Florida to digitize and display this item for non-profit research and educational purposes. Any reuse of this item in excess of fair use or other copyright exemptions requires permission of the copyright holder.​
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Indian River star (Titusville, Fla.)
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Indian River star (Cocoa, Fla.)


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I \. Police Discovery Of Arms Cache Averts Teen '';n, ng 4 Bloodbath'

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Wanted Son VOL 12-HO. 51 SATURDAY MARCH 23, 1963 15 CENTS 5 a. :1
L This 15,000 Proper!t y, Foreclosed For Less Than 1,000 1+

ATLANTA To ExperienceIniegratioH- Dr. Martin A 4THE T-_ JAXON CITE BUILuWITH : M N O H

5 Luther King said Monday r

that his five-year old

t son has, been denied admission __ F p SWIND
to all-white = iI 7 w D 15,000

Lovett School here a

4)) private school with ,-
Episcopal Church affiliations *

.' Claim Home Repair Official, "

King said. "We desiredfor T Jaxons Win 3 Judge Net

our son the experi- Fraudulently Secured Property
i ence of an integrated I : On Bias In House Elec i
school and presumed his .
acceptance because of U. S. District Judge Bryan Simpsjii hi.'
If such a thing as a home repair racket exists in be
the church affiliation: nounced Thursday that a hearing

James 11. Sibley, chairman Duval County, a $15,000 damage suit filed this held on Saturday March 23, on a petition

of the executive'' ." week in Circuit Court against an official of a brought by four Negro Jaxons charging that
committee of Lovett. ; #, home improvement company might provide the the recent elections for House of Representatives -

said the school is not, necessary impetus to blow the lid off nefarious denied eqftal reps Rtation.

officially connectedwith ABOVE PROPERTY and- how many more similar cases like it was .operations. The hearing will beheld .

the church despite foreclosed for a mere i pittance of its actual worth by the al- Reports are that scores Representative Stal- before a three- situated the right to

two-thirds of its board leged machinations o fcing: home improvement operator. This is the of Negroes have been lings in turn repliedto Judge panel just three elect a representativeof

membership are Episco- moot question now fating : a recently ,organized Duval investiga bilked out of a totalof Mrs. Price's letter days before the date- their own choice.

paleans."It committee. Pars ns believing they have been victimized out nearly $300JOOO; in informing her he had March 26-set for the The complaining Ja &fl8

only proves again' of their property are i urged to immediately contact the invest home repair and home written Cuval Solicitor General Special Elec contend that when

that the church is often gating committee thrc ugh the Florida Star. This property shown addition racket--'Per- Edward-Booth stating. .. tion. An adverse rulingto candidates in a

an active participant in above once belonged t;o Mrs. Luella Price and is located at 1894 sons who have 'een "there is strong' evidence the Reapportionment particular Group were

perpetuating segregation 1898 W. Fifth Street.i taken in financially or :- that she (Mrs.Price elections could have not required to livein

serving only as a (Florida STAR Photo ) robbed of their .homes ) is one more the affect of holdingup the area or dis-

taillight instead of a1 are urged to notify the victim of the Home Improvement next Tuesday s elections trict in which they
headlight" King concluded Holdup Suspect Being Held Florida Star so thatan racket that
live and voted
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effort can be made4to is sweeping Duval the whole Reapportionment upon by citizens in

In Race IK Shooting Of Store ManagerA secure a probe of the County." voted by the other districts, it

i Isadore Singleton local situation in Duva ,In a letter to State Legislature. denied the people of a
man suspected of shoplifting who

1j For Council Ward 2 shot and wounded a store manager, was County.Plaintiffs in the Rep. Stallings dated The petitioners wereE. particular district the
City Sol.
I Jater wounded hospitalized ,during apprehension Manh: 8, 1963 D. Jackson, a candi- right of electing a
suit are Mrs. Luella Booth said he had assignedJohn -
t date for the House of member of their Group
by police and _is booked .
a'well-known : now- lp..1 Price of 738 Duval .
Isadore Singleton, a Negro business W. ''C.?>"Welsou- ,
county jail charge of e.ssaultj'to 'Representatives;' Duval* .o fMJwn EQp,,of. tfa e4.r
on a
man>who has been active in civic affairs for Bltfrc* ,\.... Street and Daniel .Price who has been investi- choice.
der. County,. Group 5; Jesse
several is seeking election to the City _. LU : ,of 2400 Spirea Street'. ..
years ( at Winn-Dixie ing down Kings Avenue.Leaving gating home improvement Lane, b'u si nes'sman ; It Is ttrrtA.pej & !t
Council as the representative from Ward 2: Employees his patrol car ; The suit claims that rackets for sev- Elcee R. Lucas, print- 'out 'thatf the ado,tedreapportionmeet
Store at 2P24 Atlantic
Durden of Duval
Jess W.
Singleton is seeking eral months to look
Blvd. said they saw WillA. and pursuing Jernigan on ing firm owner; and plan
the ,office held by fired at Builders and listedas into the matter add- denies the right of
i the March of Dimes a Jernigan. 38, of foot. Eric 0. Simpson, editorof
l Lemuel Sharp for three member of the PI a-Jax 2107 Wishart st. enter president of Duval ing. 'you may rest the FLORIDA STAR. Negroes, based on their
terms. Home Improvement Co., assured that we will numerical number to
The petition charges
Club and has served as the store last Saturday
Having served as coordinator for the night and take a bottleof "on October 10, 1962 thoroughly investi- that the Florida Re- choose a representative. -
} Democratic Committeeman President's Peace wine. F with intent to deceive gate this case and apportionment of 1963 .

for Precinct 2C Corps drive in Jack- Jernigan was grabbed by and defraud the plain- will bring appropriate and the Special Election In the first primary,

t I for several terms, and sonville. three employes who took tiffs, wrongfully induced criminal charges if called by Gov. Jackson who lives in
him to the rear of the
and persuaded the
as a resident therein, store for questioning by the evidence will sup Farris Bryant to elect District 2, received a
I. Singleton feels that Manager Don Funderbunk plaintiffs not to defend port it.." four additionalRepresentatives majority of all the

his familiarity with Takes Hour and assistant manager a mortgage fore- Gov. Bryant in his to the votes cast in the District -

the problems that To Victor Colee. w. closure proceedings reply to Mrs.Price's State Legislature from and in the
I exist in the area will Jernigan was then reported in which they were letter also dated Duval County "subjects second, he led his

enable him to give One Negro to have pulled a named defendants, and March 8, 1963, said the petitionersand white opponent Tern

the type of servicethe pistol, pointed it at frequently thereafter "I am forwarding your those similarly Greene by 3,ooe in the

needs the two men and pulled assured the plaintiffsthat letter to Mr. J.M. situated to discrimination same district. How-
community KINGSTREE. s.c. The
and deserves.He type of terrorism prac- the trigger, but the WILL JFRNIGPNthe he would take care Butler, executive secretary and denial of ever, votes from

has stated that he ticed in Mississippi is weapon missfired. of the foreclosure and of the Jacksonville ponstitution protec- other Districts gave

not the only technique ,When Colee said, "The suspect three times protect their in- Legal Aid Association tion in that the two Greene a total of
is running for the
employed in the deep gun 'isn' t loaded, Jernigan crawled undera terests." and perhaps primaries deny them 37,138 to Jackson's
office to providethe
I south to discourage Jernigan again pulledthe house and gave himselfup In tea. exclusive interview this added informationwill and other similarly 17, 59j.
of Jacksonville -
bullet when other officers
trigger, the with the'STAR this to
Negroes from enable them
i with the type exercising striking Colee in the arrived on the scene:He
week, Mrs. Price disclosed Youth's Rites Police
of representative their right to vote. offer you some as- IreokvpImpending
then wounded in both
chest. Jernigan was legs that she and
Here in sistance. I forwarding *
i government that is Klngstree the am
fled/from the scene. and was treated at Duval Price disabledand Slated ForSaturday
desired. tactic used is an exasperating { Mr. are your letters to
I Arriving: minutes fol- Medical Center. that their cnly
The operator of a slowdown on the Hon. Edward M.
chain barbecue estab- registration proceduresin lowing the idcident Colee was listed in source of income is Booth, County SOlIci- Gang little
I Patrolman C C. good condition at Bap-
lishments throughoutthe the cases of Negroes. City, derived from respective tor of Duval County Drowning Victim

Negro areas of the "When we arrived at Rhoden searching the tist Memorial Hospital Social Security bene- in the event that the jr High Youths
area,saw Jernigan walk- following surgery. Funeral services for
city Singleton says Kingstree at 8:40 a.m. fits. matters you have HOLLYWOOD "I think
on March 4, 138 Negroeswere According to Mrs. described constitute Edmund James Lucas Jr. we avoided a bloodbath! '

standing In line U. S." Finns Honor Price, Durden con- some violation ,of age 10, who drownedin Hollywood Detective William -

i waiting to register," tacted her on Oct. 10, Florida criminal law" the st. Johns River Callabaa reported

reports Frank Robinson I 1962 in regard to home Following filing of Thursday, March 14, after police Wednesday
CORE field Negro Ambassador on her property will be held Saturdayat
secretary.Only repair the damage suit by the seized a quanity of
14 entered the of- located at 1894 W. couple. State Sen. 4 p.m. in Emanuel weapons and picked HP

i fice during the day of VIRGINIA Minn. Ambassador dogged by the notion Fifth St., a residence John E. Mathews Jr. 12 Junior high school

which 11 succeeded in to Finland that one group of peopleis which had been in her formulated a six-man pupils to avert M impending -
registering and 3 failed designate Carl T. Rowan destined to make all 1 possession for a number committee this week battle between

The remaining 124 faced was given advice Mondayon the Decisions and others of years. She said which will work on two school groups

the choice of returning how to get along in are destined to obey.,' Durden promised to aid legislation to curb The weapons were pickedup

another day or giving- Finland when be takes Rowan told of haying, in a refinancing plan home improvement s during the afternoon

up over his ner post in difficulty of getting. to offset a mortgage rackets in Duval County 'A in parkiac lots and
White House at. "
"The first in line Helsinki on May 1. Into the foreclosure which Included and other areas classrooms of Liberia

+1 1i entered the office at The advisory session 2 a.m. since the guard, both the residence of the state. \I Junior High School of

i 9 ,and.did not come out took place during CarlT. usually relying on. and another valuable This group will work: Daaia and Attack JMfor

ISADORE SINGLETONthat untJl 10:10. The other Rowan Day sponsoredby racial stereotypes re corner lot at with County Solicitor EdflJND LUCAS JR. High School of Hollywood -
fused to believe tin!
if he Is electedto 13 were in the office numerous Finnish ia- driver ofa..hidpriced !1 1898 W. Fifth St. on Booth' office in Baptist Church, Rev. .

the office of City for periods rangingfrom migrants who heavily Negro car wasn't some.. which a store is lo- prosecution of those S. L. Badger pastor Also seized by policewere

Council he will work 18 to 50 minutes. populate this section of one's chauffeur. cated.On having swindled home- officiating.City a .**..-off sfntsm D

for improvement of ''In addition to being the state where Rowan Jan 7, 1963 thee owners. patrolmen H. C. aad two 32 calibre pistols -

streets, provision of required to read sec- once worked as a Minne- Ally. Motley Reform!d plaintiffs' property The c cam!t tee Includes Johnson and C. E. farad is aaaafrsis

fire tions of the constitution apolis newspaperman. appraised at $15,000was -- : Joe Weed local of three girls The
protection and Kirksey said the youth
other developments and write a per- Included in Rowan's indoctrination To N.Y. State Post sold to satisfy hone builder had swimming at shotgun WM fond ia an
was a two-
I which Ward 2 has seen fectly-punctuated Inter- NEW YORI---Constanc4, the $600 mortgage and named chairman;then ff about 12:15 p.m. with oversized handbag
time visit to a sauna--
little pretation thereof the said to have Dale Carson and Booth, Callahan said the
of during the Baker Motley the. Durden was two companions, Bernard
Negroes are asked a the Finns' steam bath- less,. trovble which had been
I It for Investigator John C.
past 12 years. famed NAACP attornej r acquired Gooden, 12. 1115 Stonewall -
is number of Questions by birch bough whipping than $J ooo.T&ilowiug Nelson John infentfiftor soootls.
Singleton State Atty.
bill who legal St. and Edward
hosts guidancto
the' registrar. These include ritual the as gave; e believed to have
4 president of the na.I : "How long have a cureall for can' Ills James Meredith during vacating f rider. Jack Uible Jones 12, of 1021 brewed following a

I : Voters League, a mem been working at Rowan termed the experience his experiences a't her hoae in February, mortgage fin executive .Stonewall St.vOfficers March 12 track meet between -
you your
: ber of the board of present Jobmm sent "great." the University oi, she said she wrote Du- and Rogers said young the schools
;ii'.aDl.c'.eat. of Brewster state Legislator Holies lumber execu- Lucas threw old
.- you here?,* 'Jb)' does a Speaking to a student Mississippi has bee 1 val an Poliee broke the case
:Hospital, a member of person register Each convocation, Rowan told reappointed to a Nei w George B. Stalling Jr. tive. tire into the water and when teachers reported
tAe plaintiffs
& &' .board of trustees Negro has to. go through them to "shake off the York State post bj: and Governor Farrls being are dived In after It* overbearing pupils discussing -
represented by
-, rc. "'>f James Weldon Johnson this, simply-to register yoke of that despot.cust6.&D Governor Nelson Rocke. Bryant telling then of The 'tire sank .with the plans for the
Atty. Releford McGriff. '
*CA.a past chairman of is still fell ere her dileaa. youth. fight


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. PACE t- _x;._.... : ; FLORIDA STAR ; I
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published. by the Florida Star publishing
'Ketfber of Associated Metro press"


EIIC I. SlffSIN................MHaffef: Editor I .. .. ****

ALYSIN E. WISE................News Editor .
Dr. Proctor Emphasizes

NILIA WHTEN.....................CRciIatm Nwajcr ;

r tI1tfur Negro's Role In World Affairs

GREENSBORO N. C. ---The American Negro
has an important challenge to

2323 MMcrief f Read.....PhiK ELfii 4-6782- ti .." A- vent a color division in the world help pre-, an :

Bt R 4-6783 'y, last audience A. and T. College was told

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y. MAILING AI1RESS: t 1 // 1 The speaker was Dr. Samuel D. Proctor,
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president of A. and
T. now on leave with
|P: '. fl. Box 561, Jacksonville 1, Fliritr I '- :- the U. S. peace Corps as associate I
: I' ..
director.Dr. .
...,.... Proctor was here for a
'*4! :One Year $8.00 Half Tear. $4.00 i i brief visit on Friday March

"'Mailed to YOU Anywhere in the united States '.., it 8, to deliver the main ad-

Subscription payable In Advance $ dress before the annual meet-

Send Chaak or honey order to ing of the North Carolina

I FLORIDA STAR P. 0. BOX 561 Extension Agents Association.He .

Jacksonville I, Florida 1J,1' left immediately following .

r jI/'j for speaking engagements in

Louisiana and Mississippi. SIMPSON

Ntfro Youth Must AwikfliThtnsilvcs "The Negro, said Dr. Proctor, "lM1st
be concerned that this
I world should never
1 become color divided, black from white."
\ Ltsttr GraRftr Wins He told the group that he shuddered at

The Negro youth of today must prepare the thought that such a world situation

I himself for a career if Negroes are to should ever develop. He warned that the ,

[ \ continue to make gains in America Lester WILL SHE PREVAIL ? American Negro has an important respon-

'1 B. Granger, retired executive director of sibility to help in preventing such a

f i the National Urban League says in an ar- "' .- division.He .

J c ti'cle'in,:, the upcoming April issue of -. was speaking from the subject, "Our
< Role in Brightening the Dark places
y1I Ebony magazine.He > t of v
; c
says the younger generation "must : r ::r./ the American Negx, ;.q' in ,international} ,
offer training beyond ; : relations.
anything yet displayed You I
Weekly The speaker said that it is under-
'I I I by Negro America. If 500 Negro standable in this
engineers made history in American industry country that the Negro. .
; during A: has not taken a full and active role in
past decade

I 5,000 Granger and says then, "they 50000.must, otherwise be succeeded,the Mr.500 by 't f:.:|:" H 0 r 0 S cop e Guide i matters.the now pressing' We have important been so obsessed international with* .

'seed replacements' will not have broughta :- our own social, economic and political .
good crop." emancipation that we have not let our

f. Mr. Granger warned that "self-pity and : '-<' By PABLO The imagination carry us beyond these shores ...
excuses never compensate for failure and any degree, he said.

I failure in tomorrow career world will ,' WHICH ARE YOUR LUCKY DAYS FO 'lOur battle is not won here yet," he \

be the logical, inevitable result of to- warned, "and we have been left out so r

I day s unpreparedness." J BUSINESS LOVE TRAVELARIES long." that it is taking time to convinceus. .

Mr. Granger concedes that opportunities I '
for Negro youths today are far from even He told the audience that several facts

with those for young whites, but stresses stand out in bold relief. "We are U. S.

that they are much better than when he citizens..the United States now has a
CANCER commitment to the darker peoples of the
was a youngster.The .
former hod-carrier, longshoreman, Born March 21st thru Born June 22nd thru 480331537483LIBRA your creative urges and world..the problems we face are long
ingenuity can be ob- term and the world we live in is getting
F1 ::1 s teacher and coach says a person's job is April 19th
July 22nd "
1 tainable. smaller by the day, he said.

j jA more with the important job. "The than one the who money takes connected of Your personal new years Born F ept. 23rd thru. 6-20-11-14-93-621 Dr. Proctor emphasized that the American _+ I
care -
The best aspect for the
r Oct. 23rd Negro must become and involved
his job, wisely chosen, finds the job gets off to a fast start 'whole month are now CAPRICORNBorn more more -
in this
taking care of him" Mr. Granger after the advent of the country's national purpose .
'Once basic needs says.' New Moon. A new zest for' taking shape and foreshadow You may consider the Dec. 22nd thru 'and not wait .until all of our
V.' are satisfied/ he a period devoted winter ff
life culture and plea- officially ended problems are solved, before we begin4tpV.take :
says, "therewards don't come from extra ,
A sure will direct to career, pro- and the spring season Jan. 19th part.' ;
dollar bills, but from how you feel a- your'steps fession or profitable getting into full ':
swing. He said this nation needs the
bout what paths that Negro as
you're doing. 'commercial ventures. You One of the most pro- The cycle that begins on
to have before in
seem been
closed never history. While many well
;: He says today' youth must demonstrate to may seize the initiativeand mising signs is furnishedby 1 the 25th holds great promise -
you heretofore. Drop persons are giving Yeoman
dedication to more than a slogan; they inhibitions : sot the stage for Mars which has resumed for the Capricor-
that have its forward vice in overseas assignments, ser1
must become true professionals the motion. This nians who are not afraidof
or loyal many successes you
previously held in made special reference
you adds to the belief that to several members -
union members above and ]hope to achieve work or sacrifices to
beyond "race' their there-
grip and
of the
"' keep you will obtain more willing A. and T. faculty and former
loyalty. yourself free to after.' If you have access achieve their ultimate
pursue and, active co- students whom he saw on projects in
the object of your affections to high officialsor purposes. An Imaginativeand
operation from life Africa, "the government is anxious to
WASHINGTON COLUMN or creative < business people, do your ( expansive plan of
I urges. The days of op- i not-hesitate to make or business associate ,action should be drawnup use us," he said, but just bejng a Negro -
and that joint endeavors is not enough. 'We looking for
portunity for the enter- are
with the
By Ted Yates your presence and objectives aid of any-
If prising Arians who can- 'known. The finan- will be much more effec- ,one who is sharing your people, not necessarily with the highest :;.

WASHINGTON (Exclusive): The nation's not take no for an ,cial situation also tive from now on. Mutual ,ambitions and aspira- skills, but for people who have done

capital, this week and last was seething answer may be 25th, 26th. comes in for its shareof hopes rocket through the tions. This should be a something with their lives."
with political "potpouri" that struck an skies and a new basis favorable time to He said because of the historical back-
5-30-22-14-61-532 i improvement. acquire -
f all-too-familiar note: for constructive friend- property or divi- ground of the Negro, he can see things
They're not after his. Adam's 260881978268LEO ships may be laid.
apple. TAURUS (dend paying holdings that which other people miss, equipping him ,
1 1It's Born April 20th thru 8-90-55-13-59-895 especially for some of the work which
Actually they're after Adam:: ]bear sufficient guaran- t'
May 20th tees to satisfy even you has to be done.
a political game of scrappleAnd The cycle that is being Born July 23rd thru SCORPIOBorn 5-20-33-18-45-523 "God and history.have been good to ;

it will cease--Heaven knowswhenl_!_ inaugurated, on the 25th Aug. 22nd Oct. 24th thru us, Dr. Proctor concluded, "I would "
: It didn' Nov. 22nd AQUARIUSBorn still rather be a Negro in this country, '
1 matter whether Negroes in nearI I may pave the way for the
1 by Maryland (in Baltimore, that is) were removal of 'old problems You should be quite Jan. 20th thru fighting every step of the way for haww
.: being discriminated because of Race. The prejudices and other content to see the first Now that spring is of- Feb. 18th dignitythan to be a leading citizen in

t .i fact that Fidel Castro was marching his negative factors that signs of spring as they ficially here, you may many of the countries in this world.

4 armed strength and showing off his mili- have beep;hampering you. not only bring new hope to also find new incentives The period that is being Earlier in the 'day, 1hi'kto was e'

tary might for all the world to see--got The influence that a but also an improvementin increase your pro- ushered in on the 25th warned against becoming "professionally

only the comment, 'Castro hasn't indi- good friend wields over your broader outlook. ductivity. This could is one that has to do stagnant." Speaking was Dr. George C. < ;

cated that he wants a war with the U.S. you could be an impor- The elements that should mean those better who have pay and for }with your intellectual Royal, dean of the A. and T. College;

L /; And when another Negro's try for entry into tant factor in getting make it possible to gent chiefs intelli- 'powers communicationsand Graduate School.
I 01 Miss was ignored, it was not Page 1 you to take a greater chart a surer course to- giving them j day-to-day relation- Teaching" he said, "is unavoidably ,
orders chance
1' "" news..but, on the floor of the House of interest in humanitarianor ward your principal objectives motion. a If pro- 'ships. Accept any open- subject to stagnation and eventual
Representatives, it became evident that. philanthropic causes. can be gathered ing you are Ings to broaden the scope mediocrity unless we couple experimentation j
I to Republican Senator John J. Williams was And now Mars is back on through higher educa- get new sales or services campaigns, 'of your education and and demonstrations in a languageof I

y- after Congressman Adam Clayton Powell Jr.'s a forward course (since tional courses or extensive under way. as The response 'contacts that may prove modern needs and modern possibilities. -

political scalp. the 16th). you may pro- travel to the should be 'of value in the processof ."
\ ceed with delay plansto lands of your dreams. Frank Wright, Nashville N. C. is =:
personal develop-
* * eminently satisfactory. your
better your living Freedom of action is re Some of the returns 'ment. There should be president of the organization, and Mr*. ;' ,

quarters or family re- stored to you by a welcome should begin to interesting possibilitiesto Rosa T. Winchester Greensboro, N. Q,. 'I

I 'ran Topics / = lationships. change in trends or in and it would be come sur- reconcile partnership is vice president and was in qfearg,;| '

5ro 7-10-44-18-49-714 the attitudes of individuals prising indeed if they differences should they arrangements for the annual raeet., ; : who have some ,;
give you any cause for have arisen during the .( '
{ Jurisdiction over your * *
GEMINI complaint. previous troublous Quar 0; ::,:
destiny. .'-.;:
1 /J ,i, Born May 21st thru 9-40-66-17-92-946 1-70-99-12-86-179 ,:
} ',.x.f .. June 21stAs 7-50-77-18-23-751 GO FLY A KITE SAFELY I r-
'v -

1/ Mars has resumed its Born- Aug. 23rd thru Nov. 23rd thru PISCES 4
-'oW/ forward motion once again Sept. 22nd .. ..Dec.. 21st Born Feb. 19th thru A California utility coapany has ,.,-
\ .. lished a really worthwhile
conic book.
r l your ideas should ,:; March 20th '
The arrival of spring I It :features Bullwinkle Moose and his pal
also begin to take shape which is scheduled for Romance may have it
: along more solid and the 21st. should be a ups and downs, but it The return of Mars to Rocky the flying squirrel, and its Mia

.., promising lines. The Joyous event when one is likely to be more up its direct motion should point is to stress safety rules for flY-

JII.. cycle that is being and all are looking for- than down after the Indicate an improvement ing kites. Here they are-and they are

:; ward to a welcome changeof 25th. Those who are in well-being and mighty important with spring and answer
initiated on the 25th your
) pace. You can take should not just around the corner:
? f\L \ may also favor your an acceleration Ih the
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SR1Raii y IRCN, -23, 1N3 1 FLORIDA STAB 0i


llth Anniversary' Celebrants I Dean L. J. Shaw

1J i -- Serves As Panelist BIRTHSMr.
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and Mrs. Kary
CHICAGO Ill. -- Dr.

-Ib- LOUISE GUINYARDThe Leander J. Shaw, dean of shipman; 3716 Stuart

the graduate school of Street; Girl.
Jacksonville Urban League Guild set the
Florida A&M University, Mr. and Mrs. Fred Reed;
c when it -
pace for a long and busy week-end sponsored
Count Basle s band ,at the Duval County ii 4 __ recently attended the 2841 W. Edgewood Ave ;

dance indicated Eighteenth National Conference Girl.
Armory recently.. Attendance at the
Mr. and Mrs. Charles
I a favorable response to the new venture, by on Higher
tion which met here. Dr. Nelson; 643 Ct.G. Blod-
,i the guild* which was supported by Pla-Jax Club, k Shaw served as a gett Homes; Girl.

Incorporated. _. : this Mr. and Mrs. Henry
panelist on program
Following the dance, the W. I. Schell' enter- !1 for a discussion Woody; 2048 Baldwin St.;

tained with a breakfast party in their Jefferson .' *_ ., ; _. group' Girl.
concerned with 'The
Street hone. Dr. Schell. is chairman of the board 6 __ Ls Mr. and Mrs Theado
i { Respective Responsibilities
> of Directors of the Jacksonville Urban League. -- 1i of the Graduate Preston; 1419 W. 25th

Street Girl.
t School and the Employing ;
eases ease. ee..s
Mr. and Mrs. Walter
College for Developing
Harris; 5719 Geranium
Attributes and Compe-
Members of the Ambassadors Club hosted a trip Road; Boy.
tencies of the College
to 11 arin eland last Sunday for cambers of their Mr. and Mrs. Charlie
i families. Andrew Martin and Edward Barnes headed I i Franklin; 5922 Iris
1 r Other members of the
I the committee in charge of the trip. \ Street; Girl.
panel were: Dr. J.P. Elder -
I The group toured Marineland and then retired to Mr. and Mrs. James
dean, graduate
Gene Johnson! s Fishing Caap to dine on a varietyof '!s Brannon; 2034 W. 11th
school of arts and
seafood delicacies.The Street; Boy.
sciences, Harvard University -
adult party was comprised of Mr. and Mrs. Mr. and Mrs. Mattie
; Dr. John R.
Jimmy E4 Thompson, Mr. and Mrs. W. Russell Robinson Crittendoa; 1302 Srun-
Dam ens. president, Ball
Mr. and Mrs. Percy L. Parsons, Mr. and Mrs. thal Street; Boy.
State Teachers College;
I T. B. McPherson, Arthur McDonald, Mr. and Mrs. Mr. and Mrs. Arthur
and Dr. Frank S. Edln- .
I Jonathan McCOne sr., Mr. and Mrs. Andrew Martin, i Williams; 1948 W. 44th
JI1J'LiF-PL cott, professor education -
Mr.and Mrs. Earl S. Kltchlngs,, Mr. and Mrs. James a Northwestern University Street; Girl.

I Jones Mr. and Mrs. Robert Jones, Mr. and Mrs. Mr. and Mrs. Thomas

i Eulene Jones Johnny Jackson Mr. and Mrs. oscar FESTIVE OCCASION---A large turnout of members and guests thronged spacious Club Foster: 7101 Ken Knight

a t Hlllman, Mr. and Mrs. Albert Helms, Jr. Mr. and Eldorado to salute the Valiant Ladies Social and Savings Club which celebrated its * Drive; Girl.

Mrs. Alvin Hampton Mr. and Mrs. Russell Gregory, eleventh anniversary recently. Dancing with music furnished by Charles Williams'

Atty. and Mrs. Robert Gray William Broadway, Mr. Diamons highlighted the evening's program.A bountiful buffet luncheon was served. Honored On Wedding Anniversary

and Mrs. James Bennett, Mrs. Lottie M. Jones, Members shown seated from left are: Mrs. Geneva McClendon chairman o f entertainment -

Henry L. Bellamy, Mr. and Mrs. Edward Barnes, ; Mrs. Willie B. Robinson, assistant secretary; Mrs.Deloris McKenzieMrs.Betty

r Mr.. and Mrs. Elwood 'Banks and Mr. and Mrs. Johnson corresponding S3 cretary; Mrs. Catherine Brown entertainment committee; Mrs.

I James, Allen Almeta Moore vice president, and Mrs. Rosetta Powell, chaplain.Standing from left

Mrs. Mary Preston treasurer; Mrs. Sarah Register savings treasurer; Mrs. Barbara
...:e ...... .5..5 5555.. Christine
Poole financial secretary; Mrs. Ruby Mitchell Mrs. Hart sinking fund

treasurer; Mrs. Florence Outlaw, savings secretary; Mrs. Christine Newsome presi-

Mrs. Helen Hart was hostess to a meeting of dent; Mrs. Carolyn Put mam, secretary; Mrs. Gladys Daniels and Mrs.Leola Poole, re

Entre NOUS Bridge Club last. Saturday evening. porter. ... _' (Royal Art Studio Photo)
Mrs. Prances Johnson, Mrs. Elizabeth Simons! and ..

Mrs. Aldonia Seabrooks were awarded prizes as a

result of the outcome: of. the bridge session. Marriage Concert Preparations
I Fla. Normal Honorary Society
Mrs. Doris Bennett, Miss Ruth Broome, Miss "

Mozelle Bruton, Mrs. Lydia Sweet, Mrs. Camilla Licenses Are Stepped UpAt
Holds Impressive Tapping Fete t
Thompson, Mrs. Charlotte Stewart, Miss Lauretta y

Jenkins and Mrs. Ruth Myers' make up the remainder Clarence R. Anderson t New Stanton ST.AUGUSTINE---The members of the Alpha Phi Latimer.Mrs.Willies & Daughter Brenda

of Bit re No us' I membership roster. 2013 Louisiana St. 47 Mrs. Eunice M. Richardson Chapter of Alpha Kappa Mu National Honorary Society Honorees friends and relatives
and Corine Oliver, 2013 A large attendance of
at Florida Normal and Industrial
president pf the Memorial
in the home of Mr. and Mrs. Latimer
Louisiana St. 35. gathered
.... .. 555555 555555 555555 New stanton Senior High College held its 'Tapping Ceremony1 recently.
St. to honor them on
David E. Gardner. Jr. Williams 1667 University
School's Band Parents Anderson Hall Chapel was the scene of an Impressive -
1061 Duval Street, 21 their 15th Wedding Anniversary Friday night,
The Roth Drive home of Mr. and Mrs. Willie Bul- Club announced that several ceremony which was the formal presen-
and Mae D. Baker 732W. March 15.
lard provided the' setting for the most recent Beaver St. 23. committee appointments tation of the candidates to the faculty and The home was festively sister and cousin of

meeting of Bella Donna Bridge Club. Mrs. Doris Turner Lee Wimbley have been made in student body. Presiding over the ceremony was Decorated for the e-t Mr. Williams; Mr. and

F. Scott was guest player. Mrs. Geneva Adams 1611 David St. 85 and order to help promotethe Jesse L. Anderson chapter president. vent and a bountiful Mrs. Ralph Lott Mr.

Mrs. Vanette Thayer and Mrs. Ira Washington Marie Stroud, 1501 W. organization's annual Tapped as candidates all Juniors. Misses buffet luncheon con- and Mrs. Robert Carter

qualified for prizes.A 28th Street. 40. presentation of the were Jerelene Flowers Flowers and Garnica are sisting of turkey, Mr. and Mrs. Eddie

previous meeting of the group was held in the Theo. S. Anderson, symphonic band in con Bertllda Garnica. and Elementary Education ham and all of the Brown Mr. and Mrs.

Trenton Drive home of Mr. and Mrs. Charles Kelly Tampa, Fla. 53 and cert. Andrea 'McNeil. Miss majors and Miss McNeil fixings was served. Russell Henderson and

with Mrs. Mary Alice' Guyton as guest player. Ethel V. Peacock, 620W. Mrs. Richardson also Flowers valedictorian is an English major. The honorees were the Henry Jasaio.
stated that she along' of the class of 1960 Mrs. Albert
Mesdames Hadassah Bullard, Graylayn Lesesne and Church St. 52. Other members of recipients of many

I Ira Washington were victors in the bridge session. Clinton Dove, 2111, with and the members other officers of the from Gifford High School Alpha Phi are: Miss beautiful and useful Rogers, Mrs. Althea -_ -,

consists of Rd. 20 and Gifford is active in the Pearllne Quary, Mrs. wished Harold, Mrs. Rufus
The Bella Donna membership roster Tuskegee organization are in the gifts and were
Bullard E. Peterson Library Club, which is Gwendolph Batie, Mrs. returns" Mott Mrs. Aldolphus
Mrs. Geneva Adams Mrs. .Hadassah Mrs. of completing "many happy
process the local honor club, John
Iva Grant, Mrs. Audrey Kelly, Mrs. GraylaynLesesne 2 057 Tuskegee Rd., 17. all plans and preparation Pearla Derrick Rev. L. of the day. Bannister Darby,
and Is a member of the
Clyde Anthony -
Mrs. Marilyn Macon, Mrs. Vannette Thayer Russell Lambert, 2320 al activities for T. Whitelocke, Dr. J. Among those present Lawrence
Ivy Leaf Club of Alpha
Randolph Mrs.
and Mrs. Washington.. Moncrief Rd. 37 and presenting the annual Irving Scott Dr. ReidE. were: Mrs. Emma .L.
Kappa Alpha Sorority. Roosevelt Rosier and ;
', Jackson Pres. B.W.
I Mercia M., Walton, 1630W concert bn April 26. Williams, Mrs. J.
She cited earlierin
...... ...:.* 555555 5.55.5 29th Street 37. was Puryear, Mrs. B.H. Pur- Edwina Tunsill. Mrs. Charles Edwards.Florida .
: The concert this
year her college career
year Annie P. Griffin ( Star photo)
Twyman Hunt E. Orange will be held in the for having a poem accepted Lovie Christler.mother

I Mrs. Dorothy Oliver was hostess dirs. Doris N.J. 21 and Jewel 'D. Civic Auditorium in or- for publishica- Ivan George Maude Gam- INDEPENDENT OIL CO.
mons, Lucia Garnica Her-
i Bennett was guest player when Classy Lassies Brown Atlantic Beach. der to meet popular demand tion by the National KEROSENE Hoar LIVERY
J Bridge Club held a recent meeting in the Dome of Fla. 17.Progressive. and also to providean Poetry Association Franklin ring, lark Edwards, Dorothy, MECHANIC ON DUTY

I Mr. and Mrs. Adrian Oliver. Mrs. Margaret Starkes opportunity and Miss Garnica is a Native -
Ike Joseph ---------------------- Proprietor
Crawford, Katie Brown,
i and Mrs. Sara Wright were among prize winners. * facility capable of ac- of Colombia. South Leona Burns Carolyn State and Jetferson Stteets ---.- a. 6-9A

Members participating in the meeting included Young commodating the many America. She graduated
Bain, Erma Alexander,
Mesdames Helen Toney Carolyn Washington Geneva followers of this well as an honor student from OPEN FOR BUSINESS

Henderson, Juanita Williams Margaret Mathls, Men's Club known high school band. the Paraiso Latin American Janie Stewart Pearlie JOODSON( CLEANERS Announces the Opening of a New
Sponsors Wilson Doris Williams B. "Cooe Where You
Grace Sykes, Joan Spaulding, Henrietta Howard This will be the "Fif High School Branch Office at

and Minnie Gadling.Mrs. teenth Annual Spring Paraiso Canal Zone, in Bernice Williams, Paula Can Get Quality Cleaning at Budget Prices. "

High School Bowl of Bernice Williams Paula -- Free Pickup & Delivery Service --_
Kathyryn Robinson was pleasantly surprisedon Concert' under the 1961. She is a member

r the occasion of her birthday last Tuesday Jax Progressive Young direction of K.D. Mc- the local honorary Library Turnguist. Carrie Owens.

Farlin. Club an active Eula G. Mosby, Geneva
I Mens Club celebratedSt.
I Robinson invited the following friends to Patrick's Day last The band parents club member of Alpha Kappa Macon, Ida Logan and IF YOU WANT (

( I Ii join in the celebration: The Eulene Joneses The Sunday afternoon in will make every attemptto Sorority; Vicepresidentof Eddie Hudson.

r Edward Barnes, The James Bennetts, The Jonathan Brewster Hospital have another capacity the Student NEA; Ken Knight Slates
Bernice Griffin crowd at the concert state secretary of the Jt.
McCones.The Alvin Hamptons, Miss through sponsorship of THE lEST FOR
i Leroy Jackson Mrs. Lottie Hones, William Broadway its High School Bowl. which has become a tra- SNEA; and works as stu- Homemakers Service

r Hattl Stewart and Mr.' and Mrs. Allen. The event proved suc- dition. Other officers dent secretary to the 0 fi
Show March 21-23 i
cessful in that keen assisting with the pro- o\.

...... ...... .,.... ...... competition between motion of the concertare McNeil graduatedin
Classified as a local YOUR CHILD
the 1960 class from
The Eta Mu Chapter of Alpha Pi Chi Omega Sorority :>> vying Douglas Anderson- : Mrs. Mattie B. Al- Institution, the eighth

extends an open invitation to the general Matthew W. Gilbert Jr.- bertie vice-president; Middleton High School, annual presentation of

public to attend their Spring Tea Sunday, March or. High Schools team Mrs. Betty Emanuel, recording ramp. She is the acting Adrian (Ken) Knight'sHomemakers'
of the college i
editor R
24, from 4-6 p.m. at the U.W.C.A. 582 West defeat over NorthwesternHigh secretary; Mrs. of Service Show I,
Eighth Street. by a close 79-73 Dorothy W. Hicks, assistant newspaper, president will be held from 6 p.m.
the Library Club
recording secretary -
score. until? Beginning March
P' Mrs. Lillian Dennis queen of Phi Beta Sigma
21 through the 23 inDuval -
I financial secretary Fraternity, Inc. County Armory..
rs. Ruth C. Solomon. The young ladies are I II II I
treasurer: Mrs. Parry II

Lee Ingram, chaplain;
Thornton E. Belcher,
tin business manager and -

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I : Emanuel Progressive Baptist Association Auxiliaries To Convene 'r'J I

Membership Present Highly Successful Event r ''

United Baptist' Church To Host ,:!:

Organisations I March 21 31 1 :. .
I s. .
CHURCHNEWSRegular A-iI Auxiliaries. ,to the Baanuel Progressive Baptist r'V ,

Association, consisting of the ministers aad

Deacons Onion and the Women s Missionary Society ..' ',." ::., 5
t .11
Saturday rehearsals for the Sing Along r .g will convene March 26-31 in united Baptist :": :. ,
y.. a'I iisJ
with Davis Youth Singers who will present two Church. '1409 Cleveland St., Rev. J. W. Johnson ; 1. *

r K Easter Sunday calvacades "The Seven Last Words moderator. announced. Rev. William Smith v.ill '. '"'<:,;t;

of Christ.''- ,will be held at 12 o'clock noon at oe the nost.I. sinister. W.H: Rosier will be tb .;j n 1 s
Greater'.St.. Matthews Baptist Church. 614 frank- Services will get licentuate. V < /- .
lin St.", Eastside and at 1:30 p.m. in Walter underway Wednesday night Friday night's edtwa- ,

MemorialME' Zion Church,1012 Madison St. Parentsare with/ eacons Sapp and tional sermon will be" .
urged to bring or send their children Alien*conducting the devotions .
to given by Rev.S. A. ''. '
rehearsal since there are only three weeks remaining welcome program with Rev. R.B. Williams. ,';- !!:
before the Easter calvacades.The children by the host church with alternate. General ear::";\' ;;

will be guests of the Roosevelt Theatre followingthe Deacon Samuel Barney rollment will be tak8B" :' :"' ;

Walter Memorial rehearsal Prof. Davis giving the response.Rev. and Deacon Frank Mftttfcew :.: ,IJ
V A.O.- Williams will
stated. 3 : ;r will give the inspirational .:,;:r
deliver the sermon and ,
address.. Choirs." -j!.
-.-.-,-.-.-.-< -.-.-.-.-.-.-.-.... -.-.-. -.-.-.-.-.- y Rev. Tony Neal will from Mt. Bethel aDd New ". ': :f:
serve as alternate.
.Choirs from Mt. Zion Hope will serve. ';;t ::
The Red'Circle Girls of Abyssinia Baptist Church Sunday's services will Ji. .II.:
and Mt. Salem Baptist \
I will meet: Saturday at 4 p.m. in the churcHs lower Church will furnish begin with Sunday School ;.

auditorium. The Sunday School and Easter rehearsal music. at 9:30 a.m. with the{Via=

:will .be held Saturday at 4 p. m. in the Rev. G.G. Webb will deliver local superintendent' f:,; f....
main 1Ild1 torium. ,Rev. S. L. Badger will addressthe Thursday night's in charge. assisted by- -'-;

Baptist Hour program March 31st in the church sermon with Rev. J. W. the district superiaten- ;.,jlt

auditorium. Rev. D. P. Barnes is coordinator for Johnson assisting as dent. .
4 Duval and nearby counties. All choirs and ushers alternate. Mrs. C.L. Vice President Jackson : i

will serve. FIRST ANNUAL OBSERVANCE of a Fellowship Supper by members of St.Paul Lutheran Churchwas Williams will narrate will deliver the sermoo w: 'to;

successfully launched with the Dorcas Society playing host to the church's m e m- "Mission in Cation" during the 11 a.m. '

-.-.-.-.-.-.-.-.-.-.-.-.-.-.-.-.-.-.-.-.-.-.-.-. bership and guests. Tables were laden with a large variety of tasty foods, desserts and 'The Meaning of morning worship follow-

ice cream and soft drinks. The event had been the expressed desire of Rev. Floyd T. Mission" will be con ing old time coagrega-and'I

James Genwright. chairman of St. Stephen AME McAdoo and church officials for quite..5 me time. Willie Jtolmespresident of the congregation = ducted by Mrs. J. Jack tional singing

1 Church's annual Men's Day; observance is requesting presented Rev. McAdoo and church officials all of :whom praised the Dorcas son and others. Choir: prayer service conductedby .
each -captain to make his second financial and is of Redeem and Philadelphia the Deacons Union.
Society for a 'good job welldone. The society plans other fellowship programs V
report.Sunday. ,All boards are urged to pay the striving for its future developmentand growth. will furnish music. * V \

fl...* t half of their yearly. conference budget 'di
Sunday night. President W. B. Stewart of Edward
Waters ,College will be the Sunday night .eaker. Dr. R. P. Fair, Men's' Day Speaker nnh ur Sworhs.Wt Wint( o rt. .

.' ; )irlue; J nowI 'bQc'r .

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_un' ._.__n__

Various districts of.First New Zion Baptist Theological Seminary and -

Church will observe their Joint anniversary ob- his Masters Degree in
servances Sunday; night in the church auditorium. Sociology from' Atlanta r'1 # ? } S 4 f

Choirs 2. 3 and congregation have been requested University. .

to accompany the pastor. Rev. Leroy J. Clayton, Taking further study in I % .
for services at the Church of God in Christ on 1958 at Oxford University pj p4i q: il'F

Chelsea St. Choirs. 2, 3 and the congregation will -'in England Dr. 'r;.

accompany the pastor to Simpson Methodist Church. Fair joined a distinguished (
Monday; night. Choir 3 of West Friendship Baptist s group of clergymen -
i 1 eUm /
Church and Choir 3 of First New Zion will be pre- who carried on research Y 7

sented in a joint recital March 31 at 7:30 p.m. programs in fif- '

Choir 4 will present a recital Sunday April 7. teen European countries.He V g' II
later studies at Penn ,

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the author of several

Mrs. Thelma Sallette Small has been elected published articles on ;r
DR. FAIR x r ,
general chairman of the annual Women's Day ob- religion and social a .
.Noted Clergyman eR
servance scheduled for April 28 at Grant Memorial studies.

t :: AME, Church. lIiss-Zel a Johnson and Mrs. Inez Sunday March 31 .: Among his numerous pro- .:
.Aaque were elected co chairman. fessional affiliations
3 A distinguished theolo- s are membership in the

--.-.-.-. -'-. -.-.-.-. -. -. -. -.-. -.- gian of international American Sociological
Society. National Association -
renown. Rogers P. Fair
ouuoay's.: District meetings at West Union Baptist who is widely known, in of Universityand

Church follow: District 2 will sponsor a pew the Florida community. College Chaplians,
rally In the church at 3 p.m.: District 4 meetsat will be the principal the Masons, Elks and CLASSED as one of the ,community s outstanding units, the Northwestern Junior-Senior .

3 p.m. in the home of Mrs.' Olivia Fedd, 2520 speaker during Mt. Zion Omega Psi Phi FraternityFor High School Chorus will present its annual concert Monday night March 25th at 7:45

: Hiland St.;' District 6 meets at 3:30 p.m. in the AME: Church annual Men's the past sixteen o'clock in the school's Cafetorium under the direction of Richard T. Hadley dire I ,

: home Mrs. Josephine Alexander 1955 W. 10thSt.:5wstrict. Day observance Sunday years. Dr. Fair has tor. Sacred and secular selections along with compositions by renowned composers i ,

u ..11 meets with Mrs.-Marcia Baucom, March 31st. served as Chairman of will be featured. Nominal admission fees will be charged both adults and students. '
) = 162 ;W. *19th Street. He is a native of tsouth the Department of Philo- Faculty members and students from sister schools and the general public are invited. ; 111;
: :; sophy and Religion and ,
a Carolina, Rev. Fair upon
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.... school studies attended man College.He J i' Obituaries; ; I I Woodlawn Presbyterian Allen Women aAr.
'l'he'contest between Sweetfield and Tabernacle Clark College where he is secretary of the 4';

Baptist Churches terminated with Sweetfield being won his BA degree. He Florida Conference of Mrs. Blanche Daughtry; Mrs., Carrie Hayes; 1477 Church Notes M
declared the winner. Over $2.000 was raised by later received his BD the Methodist Church and 5534 Mahalia Drive. W. 8th Street. Recital Sunday
the two churches during the race. degree from Gammon was- the first member of PEARSON.
Dewitt Clinton Stewart; .L.C. Bryant; 1821 Mt. jf
his race to serve as Young women members of
751 Bridier Street. Herman Street. The United Presbyterian fit
president of the inter- James Boyd; 810 W. Mrs. Annie Johnson Miles Church Choir will rehearse the Allen Club of Mt. > -.
racial Halifax Area Union Street. 912 E. Union Street. Friday. March 22 Zion AME Church Neraaa .:

SALE GOOD Ministerial of Daytona Beach.Dr. Association. Mrs. Julia Cato; 1037ftW. W. Orange Street. in the Westminster Hut and Beaver will prjfcent :.. r-is
: Duval Street. the New Stan ton Alee I*
Oliver Henderson
; Yulee at 8:00 All membersare
ALL WEEKMAR. Fair Is. a dynamic p.m. .t
Freeman Evans; 5222 Florida. Club under the direction
speaker and is in great urged to attend.Communicants ;
20-MAR. 24 demand in both Americaand Avenue C. Willie E. Johnson; 2825 Classes =-*>-f-Or -..Alpha" H. Moore r.
2 DISCOUNT STORES Europe. James Ross; 1979 W. 15th Phyllis Street. continue. Youth Classes Sunday at 7 p.m. IB the .'.

830 Cassat Ave. Street. Joe Cooper; 670 Franklin meet Saturdays at 3:00 church auditorium.During .;

NEAR COLLEGE Biven Specials Mrs. Lessie Robbins; Street. p.m. in the Hut. Com- this jiBBual

1 1824 W. Beaver St. 800 W. First Street. Edward Benjamin; 5241 muncants classes meet event the club J'I'08 Ors '.,
Henry C. Henderson; 1428 Old St. Road. either an Individual or .
U J. 90 Near Stockton Slate Annual Augustine each Sunday at 6:30 V
Evergreen Avenue. Albert M. Jackson; 755 p.m. In the WestminsterHut. group for the/primary :
Recital SundayThe Rev. William Johnson; of tlag sad j>
U.S. Gov't. Graded "GOOD" West Ashley Street. purpose promo

Biven Specials, a 1350 Franklin Street. Bessie 'Robinson; 1431 Church School will begin encouraging local talwt ::
Mrs. Dollie Wilson; Francis Street. According to' Mr. Lois : ..
of gospel Sunday. March 24th
group young
BEEF SALE singers under the direction 1475 W. 6th Street. Jessie Hopkins; 1878 W. in the George Washington Roberts, prfsldeat e f -: =

of Mrs. Inez Bi- Mrs. Lula S. Brown' ; 904 11th Street. Carver Elementary School the sponsoring or_iza. .

> Avg W. 275 Lbs. vens will present their Tyler Street. Dan J. Slay; 1347 W. 2854 W. 45th Street, tins the general potolieis ItA
/ BEEF Q'SCLB. .Claude Wright; 1717 SeminaryStreet. State Street. at 10:00 a.m. with T.V. well aware of the :
SAVE lOe LB. annual sprin Recital *
Sunday afternoon. March' Mrs. Sylvia Simmons; Huger superintendent in talent and artistry; of 0
Mrs. Carrie Maddox; 2302 charge. the Stanton sad
346 W. Beaver Street. grovp :
CORN FED BEEF. Good Selection 24th in Mrs. Bivens' Palafox Street. '
The Morning Worship also that each ooeoert
Mrs. Ella Brown; 1516 .
1311 Fairfax St.
We Cut You Wrap
will Brown 1036 Troyan
; Franklin Street. Service will begin at is considered a rare
NOW IS THE TIME TO LOAD YOUR FREEZER The program scheduled Street. :
10:55 a.m. with Rev. F. treat.
Luther Corbin 1746 Mc-
from 4-6 will also ; .
NOIODY UNDERSELLS PREMIER MARKET! ,feature p.m.the, Gospel Jeff C. Campbell; 1332 Quade Street. D. Wilson pastor, The officers sad ...- I
Steele Street. the
bringing sermon.
bers or'ithe .
Ine: James Rozier; 1125 Rush- All Cl bare
FINANCING-NOTHING DOWN-4 MONTHS TO PAY Echoes Jacqueline Deacon John Thomas; 220 Westminster Choir will inviting friends sad -
ing Street.
Fort, Zion Grove Spiritual render a special selec- If
the general! peblie to
Singers Lattimore j I choir will
tion. The
WHOLE HINDS .; GOOD 55 Singers, Mrs. ThelmaEdwards ; also support the Morning share/Sunday eYMia .
WHEN YOU ARE ILL treat with thai, .
Avg. t. 50 L6s. LB.I .. and Charlette Worship Service. '-, W..

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PORK SAl\.2Oc\ Service. When Your Doctor PrescribesGet BOYS SUITS
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the march along with slta to SlOtS

low. SAlE 10 Lb. I IWatch.the other groups and members Store
the Candlelight Lilly's Drug IROADWAYDlpt.

WorW's Greatest Gospel Singers Service held at New St. Sftft

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I AN OVERWELMINQ SUCCESS---That Duval County stu lected on their individual merits. Northwestern Arthur Richardson, Tenth Grade student at
Davis and
Mitchell proudly
display their
dents given proper training and equipment can Junior-Senior High ,won first leg on the vauntedDr. Northwestern won Dr. ,I. J. E. Scott award for Treasures from Coal
project which won .Superior -
efficiently cope with, ever-changing problems of I. J. E. Scott trophy and Matthew W. Gilbert his school and a replica for himself for his
rating. Brian is the son of Mr. and Mrs. .
the Space Age was creditably demonstrated during Junior-Senior High replaced Northwestern by project, A Simple Auto Cart._ He is congratulatedby
Johnny Davis 1998
College Circle South
\ the Fifth Annual Science Fair hosted and con- capturing the most awards.". An aura of dedica-, his mother, Mrs. Frances M. Richardson and Wanda is the
daughter of Mr. and Mrs.
ducted recently in James Weldon Johnson Junior tion enveloped hundreds of interested visitorsand Northwestern Science Instructor William Brewington GeorgeM.
High School. This year's exhibits, ,many bafflingto this year's supervising committee members vice chairman of the event. Pix top right Mitchell, 4493 W. State St. Thelma Geigerof

the average layman but highly interesting, and the host school.should be commended for a shows students In the high school division who Matthew W. Gilbert High School aided her
I were judged under a new rating system in that good-job-welldone.. In top photo (left) Ronald received top awards. Bottom photo left, Cap winning the most top awards with her
Superior rated
Nutrition in Mice
previous categories were discriminated in scope. Maddox, an 11th Grader at Matthew W. Gilbert Thompson Jr. of Darn ell- kman Elementaryholds display.

These were eliminated by coming under Superior, holds his Superior award for his revealing Superior award for winning Weather Sta-
Excellent and Honorable;Mention phases being se- exhibit-Cancer Chemotherapy. Center photo: tion project in the Elementary Division, Brian (Royal Art Studio Photos by C. J. Simon)

\ Golden Links Set Quaint' Pyramids 'To Meet Sunday Talent Show
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:: The, Quaint Pyramids pected to be on hand. ReadiedStanton By ,
With the" President' Civic Sat will meet SUn- will include: Mesdames v .4: YOU MIGHT AS WELL . rif"

rs. Blanche Walker day at 5 p.m. in Con- R. Battles Annie Laura FacultyFifty .
tating that the main tinental Lane Meble Brock. Miss or more members''
Bowling1 Bell. : .
R topic will be discussiona Conference Room with Ossie Byrd Mesdames of the New Stanton VOTE FOREMPTY

'Charter of Links, Mrs. Annie L. Heads Janie Corbitt Minnie Senior High, School faculty AN'R <:'
c. the Golden Links entertaining with the Cooper. Louise Gibson, will be featuredin ,

11 meet Sunday at 4:30p Dart Baloon during the Eleanor Hobbs Katie B. the First Annual fe

in the home of Mrs. social session. Hayden. Carolyn Johnson Talent Revue Monday SEAT .Y yi .
Cfewell Alkens. 1604 The entire business Ella Johnson, Carolyn night in the school w. ,
Loan St. Miss Ouida L.: session will be centered Llmbric Winifred Mur- auditorium.The y3 r
Red will co host the around ideas to stimulate ray Maude Porter, Miss faculty talent revue

ev&t. the club's member- .Ou Ida Reed; Mesdames will include a variety o : TO REPRESENT YOU
Mrt. Louvenia T. Mar- ship growth. Tiny Rivers,, Rosa L. of entertainment which :

Que will head the discussion The club's roster ex- Rose Alfree Stewart, has been especially de '"
period. Mae E. Sims Delores s-i fined for all age

... .........!...............IBB Tompkins C. Burnell groups,, according to IN TALLAHASSEE
Williams. Mrs. Myrtle B. Kipg
: .u..r Ford = Mesdames Viola McHenry., coordinator of the
Angle Robinson and Diane
E \ 938 EAST UNION STREET = Robinson are the invited activity.Serving as master of .....AS TO ELECT A REPUBLICAN- LEGISLATOR !

:TNUR.<\FWI.-SAT.-9 -UNTIL SUN. 8 UNTIL = luesta.e' ceremonies for the review T2"
will be Rodell F. Republican candidates were DESIGnated..NOT
HELP SMOKE NOMInatedl! You had no
= featuringE = Roberts who is also more part in their selection than you did in the chair they seek to
a aR .. BEAR'PREVENT slated to appear with C.-. occupy..yet they ask for your precious vote. They are representativesof
o'ne or more of the. performing -
FOREST FIRES a party without roots enough in your land to grow a slate of can-
I : groups. didates OF the people and BY the peopleso..HOW COULD HEY POSSIBLY J


CALLAHAN Bethel AME of Campbell
Church will celebrate Chapel AME Church Baldwin FILL ALL FOUR SEATS WITH DEMOCRATSAs
ER Homecoming'throughout along with his
choir ushers, and members -
your legislators in state
the day on Sunday March government Democratic Nominees will
T 24. Three services will and friends will contend for your best interests at all times representing the ma-

G. be held beginning with have complete charge of jority opinion of Duval County with wisdom and integrity -
the Sunday School at the morning service; and as they have considered each measure in the light of their
: I. at the 3pm. service experience and
-9:45 with J.H. McKnight.superintendent your advantage.
Reverends W, F.
1 I. and Foster
pastor of Mt. Zion AYE
teachers in charge.
S Church and J. S. Johnson,
Morning worship at
11:15 concluding with pastor of St. Stephens
Y AYE Church both of
the afternoon service
i I which begins at 3 Jacksonville along with.
= G eat. Orgie Player = p.m.
between the morning and their choirs, ushers and
o members will be in Y. tim
afternoon services
: BRINKS( PERMISSIBLE) : dinners will be servedon ,charge.All .

I It the church grounds former residents of
t \ &*.*..........................> Rev. B.C.: Williams_ Callahan are hereby extended -

tI!t tf f Par Quicker Results Consult I Ike World Greilesl Medium .invitation a very'to special"Come t

I MADAM CAROLYNBORN Home" Sunday, and be

WITH STRANGE POWERS TO OVERCOME our guests; and Bethel'. .
THE POWERS THAT HOLD YOUI Pass many friends are expected -
to attend' and share
your troubles over to me and forget :t'
them! There is only one-known for in this fellowship
1. (Dinners are free of ,
her honestysincerity and integrity

-often imitated, never duplicated! .course. ). .. ..
I do not call at your home!
r COME SEE HE There are 70 school Group 4 Group 5 Group 6 '7

Numbers Given FREE With Readings t forests chapter maintained projects by as GET FULL TIME REPRESENTATION
87 1334 60 48 73 98 23'
Florida's Future Farmers
CAaOLTN---lorldT s greatest Psychic Medina and Spiritual adviser!, Without your

a g one word yon will be told your name, the object of your visit, everything of America.
1 1i i 10 ish to knowj If yon are seeking the truth on all affairs of life religious .

ad e. separation divorce, work changes, see Madaa Carolyn today. Bave you a-
pro\_ that to yon seems too heavy a burden? Ton owe it to yourself to seek a helping -

idt! thy go through life unhappy when yon can have your greatest wish uteri- for HOUSE of REPRESENTATIVES\ in the

I ali. [only through this great Pa1 hlc. BOCB8 8 a.m to 8 P._. Closed all day on

Wedscpen all day.b mday. ''SATISFACTION ODABAXTSD. NO PBE."1I&dg Carolyn!!! GENERAL ELECTION MARCH 26

11. HEM mm mi Me LAKE FNEST 1## 2? tit iff it Rm AH.l Paid Pol. Adv.
\ boosters copying nae and alga.: Consult reliable Bedim that has been |
4 J mile 77 Yrs. \ Sponsored by the/ United Negro Democratic Committeemen and cofrmftteewemen
Eric O. Simpson, Chairmen

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I Si Paving -:Sid'ewalltingCurbing Drainage Program Continues Under Rltter i.' I i. I ILH

Ritter Assures J.xonsImprovements Owens Off To Europe For Filming Police Brotflity Jax Representative Walker CollegeTo

ConfiKnifi Of Olympic TV Spectacular -- i$ .' }: Observe
Attacked !II
Louis H. (Lou) Ritter, Commissioner of CHICAGO-ANP---Jesse Owens, former Founder's DayA

Highways, Sewers and Airports, who is seeking Olympic champion and now a Chicago New OrleiisNEBT full week of activities -

re-election to the office he has held business official and radio personality, March 31-April 7.
for the past two terms, assured citizens left here recently for Europe to par- ORLEANS La---The' "'.' has been designated for

_ this week that his work, of paving streets, ticipate and help supervise a film merciless beating by the observance of the

providing drainage and sewers, is still spectacular of the modern Olympic Games. police of Morris Rowe, j 47th anniversary of

continuing at a rapid pace, despite his The film resulting in 56 stichesin ____ Walker Coamercfal Col
will be
current campaign for re-election. reseveral onthespotleased his head, has initiated lege.
as a prelude to of Owens in
scenes con-
Ritter a city-wide cam-
said that the recent prolonged Participating la the
the 1964 Olympics In other athletes
pany with paign by New Orleans
rainy spell greatly hampered the progressof celebration will be
Tokyo. Japan. of the past and present.
h CORE alumni ,
street and drainage improvement, but against police students preoi-
Among other countries. These! include H.A. Abra-
added that with turn of fair weather, work brutality.The nent people from'. the
Owens will visit Berlin, hams of Great Britain,
has been resumed at full blast.In campaign will in- fields of business and
the J k
Germany of :
series of scene 100 meter champion of elude demonstrationsat education as well as
a rictures shown on this
his greatest track
exthe 1924 Olympics, and Kirschmen's Department high school students.
page, the aggressive young commissioner ploits during the 1936 Armin Harey of Germany, where Featured will be addresses -
I points out the work that is going on ata Olympics. Owens won winner of the 100 meter a fashion show
police first attacked
rapid pace in the Negro sections at three
gold medals during run in 1960. and tea panel discussions -
this very moment. Similar work is goingon the 1936 games, includIn Chicago, Owens runs meetingsand TO YMCA CONFAB---Rev. &muel P. Nesbitt vice by business lead-
1t dl stri-
t in other parts of the city. ing the 100 meter run, a radio disc Jockey butions.leaflet chairman of James Weld>n Johnson Branch YMCA, ers and experts skits,

Under Hitter s administration, the first his speciality show, and is a consul- is shown emplaning for,. ;Jbuisville, Ky. to attend typing and shorthand

major Sewerage Improvement Program was The! film will Include tant for New Horizons. the two-day area meeting; of the Y: s Southern contests business

inaugurated in order to provide sewerage'- Area Council. Some 2li delegates representingYMCAs machine clinic and musical -

facilities for all Angels' Fence Busters HELP SMOKE from eight Southern: States attended the presentation.
f the Northwest Jack- BEAR PREVENT conference. Rev. Nes'itt is associate pastor of Sane of the individualsparticipating

} sonville Area, which| the Church of God in hrist.. will be
up until this date FOREST FIRES I (Photo by Baker.) Dr. J Irving F.- Scott.
i I / assistant director of
had been un-sewered, ,
i together with the Fducation Duval County;

building cf Jacksonville' Yes, Wt All Talk lY SuitIs Charles Williams dean

t s first YsT Damage Edward Waters College;
td ;
Mrs Eleanor Gay instructor -
d Sewage Treatment r F..
Plant. The fifteen 3 WithdrawnTALLAHASSEE Duval Voca-

million dollar / QUESTION: Would tional School ; I H
i program you please suggest an approachfor -- An
I was conceived BY 4 the development of an Easter speech?*! have Burney. vicepresidentand
attorney for the five
for the purpose of in mind something different from the usual X&M secretary. Afro-
Pla. students who
RITTER American Life Insurance
alleviating hazards COMMISSIONER rising from the tomb
sermon or speech.
had filed a $1 million
to health, as well as providing relief raMURDERERS ---Mrs. H. L. T. suit Company: ; Ken Knight
damage against city radio and televisioncommentator.
from nuisances, all of which exists in any ANSWER:: Keep in mind that the Easter story never officials and who had .

large un-sewered area. grows old; but if you want a new approach, may I also sued to integrate
All activities
Under Ritter' s jurisdiction as Com- suggest that you treat the arrest land three municipal facilities was are' open
to the Cochairmen
missioner of Highways and Sewers, he trials of Jesus Christ in terms Jewish and withdrawn Wednesday and public. -
of the (
Steering \c-
initiated an independent Testing and Inspection Roman laws. This will be
ROW for the Los Angeles Angels a revealing approach, dismissed by Federal mittee are J. Theodore
System in order to guarantee that which ;Ffor it will call attention to tide conniving Judge Harrold Carswell.
are expected to come through in a Lawrence business
1 the City of Jacksonvills would receive techniques of the High Priest. The suit was filed
1i big way again this season are Lee Thomas manager of Walker's and ,
i full value on all contract work let by it Even though make
(left) and Leon Wagner. Both players you your Easter speech from following the students Jacksonville District
for paving and installation of sanitary this point of view, mention in your conclusionthe arrest for a sit-in
paced the LA club's hitting attack last Manager of The Pilgrim
sewers and storm drains. This system was meaning of Easter--for it is the symbolismthat demonstration at a local
year. Health and Life Insurance -
initiated in 1955 when he retained the means so much to mean and women these days. bus station restaurant
Company and J T

1, Pittsburgh ly-known testing Testing and Laboratory inspection, a national-firm to The photos below are evidence of the work still going on at a rapid. pace i throughout last restaurant September.later The desegregated managerWestside'BianchAfroAmerican Collier, instructor and.

represent the City in checking the quality tbe city of Jacksonville under Commissioner louis H. Ritter., its facility. Life Insurance -

and quantity of all materials furnishedthe ", "", .""oM" _.....__..._.. 'L>.-.. """' i$,,., .L. __ Attorney Tobias Simonof ,Company.SPORTRAITS .
City by private contractors and in all Miami represented the

paving, sanitary sewer and storm drain :i! : students. 1

contracts. This procedure has never variedin :

any such contracts that have been let '',., .; --- \
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ii Jff1 missioner. It appeared, after the State > .r ) PAYS TRIBUTE TO A1HLEXBB

; Road Department and other Road investiga- S stirring salute to

tions, that the City of Jacksonville was : the Negro in the world of sports is contained -
the only Governmental agency throughoutmost i : in
a new: film produced b1.tlie
of Florida which handled its contract r Miller. -Brewing Company of Milwaukee" .

_ work in this manner, thereby guaranteeingthat The movie, titled "Sportraits in Ebony
the City of Jacksonville received
is devoted exclusively to
full value on all contract work in safe : =- athletes who have achieved fame Negro and
guarding the tax payers interests.
eminence in their chosen sports.A .
Ritter was signally honored by being ;1
premiere showing of the
film was
chosen by President Kennedy as the Cam- : :
1 k held here February 28 at the Pick-Con-
paign Director for Northeast Florida dur- Hotel.
gress Distinguished civic lead-
"I ing the last presidential campaign. ers famous names from the world of

.r al, sports and representatives of the press -
: r were guests at a reception and luncheon '
I il preceding the premiere.

I" t 1 "Sportraits in Ebony" captures on-

:*. the-scene excitement with its action
pt sequences of Negro stars filmed durin;
I Ii Y some of their finest moments. ?i

In baseball, it's Jackie Robinson, thi

first Negro In the major leagues, Roy

a 1' w Campanella, who terrorized national

league pitchers until a tragic accident'
3a ended his career, plus the famous bike

_ s burglar, Maury Wills, winner of /fee
1 1I Frederick C. Miller Memorial trop / as

H t male athlete of the year in 1962.In .
I f )I iv addition, the film shows active by

1 :_ IL 4 ,,,) '__ Henry Aaron, slugging out-
fielder; Ernie Banks, pride of the

I Chicago Cubs; Billy Williams, and, of

.i DWINAGE' Stuart and 26th Street course, the spectacular Giant Willie

rx f Mays along with many others. .

J ;. : : On the basketball court, it is .the rebounding -
r----- : <'( ;
C i-ff:: =l of the Celtics' Bill Russell;

""'- Ie ,. ', the great all-around playing of Elgin

Baylor, and the phenomenal basketball

.iii.'i; ....-', mastery of 7-ft. l-in.--Wilt Cha.feer-
,." -S lain, the National Basketball Association
... \y '
J> Y i.1 -N s highest salaried star.

The track scenes are dominated by
PAVING Steele Street East
AL .
speedsters such as Villanova' Paul
Grunth&l l ap' -
of : Drayton, an All-American in track and

1 .. field; Bobby Brown from Penn State and

as Wilma Rudolph Ward, heroine of the 1980
I Olympics in which she won three gold

{ rt medals and helped spur Interest in wo-
f .I men' s track and field COII etitiOll. There

are some excellent action shots, toe,
: ,. of the world fastest human Fraak
I Budd when he starred on the Yalla ova

N track teams;
II. ,. The sport of boxing is covered IB the

o- film, as is the success story of Althea

Gibson, who moved from paddle tends in

i.r" Harlem to center court at Forrest Hills

in one legendary leap..

D Scenes from some of the greatest football -

films were Incorporated into

r "Sportraits in Ebony showing stars:

like the Baltimore Colts' Leony Moore,

the Los Angeles Rams' Ollie Matsoa, and

the great Jisay Brown of the Cleveland /

W s f Browns in action on the gridir( !
1tt The 16-ma film is narrated by famed I

sportscaster Chris SChenkel.

"Sportraits in Ebony" is available

i free of charge for showing to social I

and business groups simply by writing

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-Publication IR April i I ;rc3 Against Rabies, State Board WillS ,. .f::

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.-,... > ',. 1 ficials said a wave of rabid raccoons had '
NEW YORK---A STAR TO STESl BT,_ the autobiography moved up Florida since 1960, is now cen-

of Hugh Mulzac first Negro to skipper a U. S. tered in the northern part of the penin- .

vessel, will be released in April it was announced : sula and is beginning to edge into

today by international publishers. .. Georgia.
Dr. James B. Nichols, rabies vaccine was dis-
Co-authored by Louis Island of .t he.e.t : director of the 'board' s tributed for humans
.,, .
Burnham and Norval Webb, Indian Archipelago where .. Division of Veterinary bitten by animals. This
the book traces the all- all 5,000 inhabitants, 0 Public Health, said the was to safeguard against

too-familiar pattern ofa save one were of Afri- .. yr situation could spreadto development of the disease -
qualified Negro unable can descent, Hugh Mulzac'nurtured r the panhandle; and because once it

to"practgegr Fi k>{.Jl.?';>.'-" : a .boyhoodvdreaa'tohsoaeday also could spread to does develop, death is
But unli >j ;b'ts'sho:" (-* ', become. cap- foxes. certain for human or

side brotKer 'firing: the; tail of his ship. 'One way of preventing animal.

daily discouraging drudgery :"The fttulzac story Is spread to humans or domestic -

of the. 'sarne7:.facts -.exciting reading but animalsespecially Tunis TikiifAiothir

of lifeMulzac's experiences even more it is the R dogs and cats--is to

were often story of, a life which have every pet vaccinated Fltif

rich and rewarding, :found it, could not be against rabied." he

spiced with the.romance, fulfilled until the said. At Stbriij

associated,witfrthe.'sea. dreams of others came to The normal cycle of a

Born. 'on; t'lny."UnionFashion r fruition. rabied outbreak would becoondogman
t\ althoughcats SEBRING Texas always -

J are much more vicious ready to take on
i TJ s DUJIIEItI.ChIci. t _4mm than dogs when the world, will do Just

r rabid, he said. "Of that in the famed Se-
briefs! y # .
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from but rabies is much
; a man Race at Sebring on March

..;. JEFFERSON CITY, MO. '- : more rapidly spread by 23. Among the field of
"If we get some nice .' wild or stray animals 65 racing cars which

weather so we can 'work biting other animals.Dr. will take the starter's

out.. I think we'll have Nichols said the green flag at 10:00 in
The new look for Spring :
probably many.more seasons to .a pretty good track LES wave of rabid coons the morning will be two
come is a natural 'one. Colors team this year," Lincoln PETIT TREIZE AMIES, the latest teenage group to join Jax youths' social whirl which was clustered in powerful Chaparrals from
will be toned down'considerably was organized primarily to provide wholesome social.
pursuits for Florida in
south-central .Midland, Texas, anxiousto
University Mo.
both In the fashion and cosme- ( )
tic field. Even the eye, which Coach Dwight T. Reed its members and to also provide civic and charitable services to the community. The 1960 had spread over the have another crackat

were played up .heavily last. commented this week ,club has already sponsored two affairs, the most recent being a Mother-Daughter Tea entire peninsula in 1961 the Ferraris Porsches -
take on a misty expression -
year in January at the residence
achieved by subtly ap- after his sq ad'i excellent of Dr. and Mrs. W.W. Schell. Mothers present were Mrs. In 1962 the lower part Jaguars, and Lotuses -
plied eye make-up. performance at Vivian Satteo-white, Mrs., Camilla Thompson, Mrs. Nettia A. Lewis, Mrs. Margaret Sutton of Florida was relatively from across the

the Chicago University Mrs. Geneva Hilliard, Mrs. Geraldine Underwood Mrs.L. Wesley.' L. Culbert. clear while the upper Atlantic.

Indoor Relays'last. Mrs. Vanorian Schell and Mrs. Gladys Anderson. February's program consisted of a Pre- portion of the peninsulais These sagebrush speed-

5r Saturday.The Valentine Party in the home of Mrs. Geraldine underwood. Ma'rch's activity will be a now showing the con- sters powered by

Tiger tricksters visit to Brewster Hospital's Children's Ward. Club members shown in foreground from centration.A Chevrolet engines, are ,:

outdid themselves by left are: Janice Wesley parliamentarian; Dierdre Satterwhite vice president; Faye meeting was held recently not strangers to the Se- ;.

capturing no less than Harris, reporter; .Anest Schell. financial secretary; Portia Hilliard, Muriel Thompson at the board attended bring race and its

seven first places president. Seated from left Cheryl 'Culbert, secretary; Linda Lewis, Beverly by Health depart glittering internationalfield. ,

three seconds, two third Quick, business manager; Janice Sutton, treasurer; Aurora Dow chaplain; Maxla U n ment representativesfrom They were here

and 'two fourths. derwood, Roberta Wilson and Mrs. Vera C. Wiles, advisor. 15 upper florida last year aad a host of ':':
Reed admitted that the .
competition in Chicago (Royal Art Studio Photo) counties, the Game and the imports took a licking -

this year was not as Fresh Water Fish Com- from them. \ '..'
stiff as in the past. First Anniversary Celebrants Sepia Ladies mission and representatives When the checkered flag
''I' don't know where the Holiday On Ice of the state of fell on the 1962 race .

other good teams were, Outline Their Georgia. The situationwas at 10:00 p.m. after 12

but) they au"e.weren't up Showing Here discussed and the hours of blazing speed .

Lips and:'fingertips Cutex reports there Saturday. We. Easter ProgramDiscussion general opinion was around the corners, I
will be muted, too, com practically ran off with r Holiday On Ice the that' inoculation of all hairpins, 'esses1'and
plemenUng as always the new of club pro- world famous ice show pets especially cats bends of the Sebring .
"paled" ,fabrics. everything and, you '
Stark white, eggshell, lemon know, if the competition jects and outline for a will give nine per- and dogs would be the 5. 2-mile course, a
whisper pink and pale peach motorcade during the formances in Jackson- best approach at this Chaparral driven by Jim
is good one school
among others. will be seen In
everything that is fashionable doe en' t do that. Easter holidays fea- ville's Coliseum March. time. Rabies inoculation Hall and Hap Sharp ,was .
-from day and evening dressesto Willie Dent earned #w tured the recent meetingof 19-24. should be given each in sixth place, and* in
suits and.casual play clothes.
And. to give them spirit only first place in both the the Sepia Ladies New international champions year. hot pursuit of the .
touches of contrasting color* 60 yard high hurdles and Social Club hosted by and a different Dr. Nichols warned winning Ferrari. :

have,Women been will able to walk 60 yard low hurdles, Mrs. Vera Anderson in format mark the 18th an- citizens to avoid all Few if any of the .&
more have bee naturally*lowered too..and Shoe broadened ,heels- 'while Albert Wheat fall :; her. residence.. *.<_- **nual tour of Morris.Chalfen's wild ,animals wflich appear -* Jin gold this and year glory s, ran cat ._ j,",'
took top honors in the Mrs. Orlean Peacock production. bel- '
stack:heels particularly tame, ill faster than the ChaparV\ .
are very, chic and will be available 60 yard dash. president, presided and ligerant or which act rals. They are boebs od _'
in.a.variety of shades and FLORIDA STAR
styles. Donald Williams finished Mrs. Thelma Edwards, a strangely. No human the straightaway. d the <'
Even in .the coiffure depart- second to Wheat fall former member was honored rabies cases have been .
Sebring course providesmore
lent the. "natural Hair do's look"will predominates be in the dash and Howard US EAGLErTETS Social-Savings Club celebrated its guest during the ses- IN EVERY reported in Florida than one stretch ; ;

soft and simple --almost wispy Christian was fourth. first anniversary recently in the home of Mrs. sion. since 1948 but last where a car can be
-manageability.for fashion's sake. and easier Warren Hampton won a Ella Mae Andrews. A 'festive occasion was enjoyed Mrs. Lelia Brown will HOME year 419 doses of anti- given its head. /i

All in ally it appears to be a fourth place in the 60 amidst the colorful setting. Seated from left entertain the group in J

what year of could casual be prettier easy living.than And the highs, while Henry Burton are: Mrs. Ella;'Mae Andrews, sick committee her 3342 Ardissia Rd.

"natuial ;)ook" .to. compliment was third in the low chairman; Mrs. Dorothy, Mixon Mrs. Lily Mae home Sunday March 24 at
your own:. >$peciar ndowraenU{. $08 Walter Cooley placed,. 6
<** f- Hampton, sick committee and chaplain. Standing p.m. VISIT OUR SHOW ROOM THIS WEEKENDIPREOPENINGt
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\\.OQ.IoTAJff-:CtTEX third In the 440 yard from left: Mrs. Fannie Thomas, president; Mrs. Mason' Grand

r'II .' dash. Shirley Harris vice president; Mrs. Roberta
... ... Culver, treasurer, and Mrs. Claretha Glover, High PriestTo
; f secretary. Other members are Rupert J. Thomas I
Visit Here
_, GRAND OPENING assistant secretary; Mrs. Cora Storey, Mrs. Rosa

'.' :': t fright and Herbert culver. .
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t* t I Yes, We All Talk .

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a* \to .4 1 By Marcus H. !Boulware
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't :'-
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have his] voice box (larynx) removed by surgery as alife -
Ii K0;y \ -. ylnl technique. This leaves him withoutany ,
voice -- -
at all. Saturday & Sunday
Comfortable.Resmfeli How, ;then does be communicate? He may do so in
any of the following ways:
Eati 1) Use of pencil and pad

.ICettte I 2) Use of whimpered speech FREE PRIZES REFRESHMENTS .

i [BEHIND REMIEl'S IK1YE !HI) 3)'*rUse of an artificial larynx (vox box)

Tt ., Use of an electro-larynx powered by a battery
4 t 5} Use of esophageal) speech The
-, Bring Family
OFF AYE. B 8) Use of pharyngeal speech
If the client selects to use esophageal speech, ,

PbH8 PI 5-9483 t he must take lessons from a speech clinician in Illustrious Fred Alexander FREE GIFTS

L order to acquire the esophageal voice. Normally, 33rd degree Grand
.. :!v!!_! it takes from two to four months to develop the High Priest, of the Most

L ,. _esophageal voice. Excellent Union Grand

Chapter Holy Royal Arch Register At Our Show ROOM Fir
Gefl 'ood ? Masons of Florida will

make his official visitto
.#-.. -"-;-- 'SONJ/Y OY the Chapters of Dis-
.Myrtle- Avc. and Adams hun. Ft .t 14f ; trict One Duval and 50,000 PLAID STAMPSHOMEOWNERS

I adjacent Counties Friday -
;'z ,**TIle :..- BOOK 3 nigh March 29th at

CONCH 'MEAT LL 49c At Ucri tans la Jicksoavllle, i.CRAYHAIRSINdWonG eight Deputy o'clock.Jonn Murreli
11-Oa.> ..... --requesting the presenceof .
-; eM tf&-..JoWnOM. _
all Royal Arch Companions ..,
MEDIUM SHRIMP u. ,19c ...:. u. 79c .... ...* in full regalia A

r LA REp SWUM" u. $I.flr.c iunleo HAIR EAU COtORERk DENNA and an invitation is ex- FIX THOSE LEAKY ROOFS!
tended to Master Masons.
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CATFISH 4ltSPwCiCLED to*!* Ooo poficMfM ..Mt too* hn* ; tales miuios.
u u. lie ...*d...II.-M*p.4.'M*MM.AMVOHf 5 of Jericho. Knight Templar Deal a'ireft wHfc w/Ilnrse o *

SALT tOU lava TUU CAN AND PUT MONEY It ON M.AT_MOMI.._ r Masons Heroine o w. a4ditioll 0 ........ kirchta O Cwtttriacwe
TROUT fa. MULLET 2k 'CAI tin:Tj... fcjhTWn? LI. u. 1.- ..m. _= -a **** S G **ry Rao Mtos
if : II ; 0 at>
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departments of F.nit
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MULLET -w w .M..r....It ays r ..........i.e. Mrs. Rosa L. Johnson o Carport Q Coacrcfo Week work .
U. 3tm u.2SiLAftd :- U yo lack nAy cash well fiuaee the whale Job for J'.... NO DOWN PAWWrT at REQUIRED .
t\;; .. .Ys.-. ....; =. chairman of the program Terms oa Jew moatalr iwjrmeaU and na tamed Is due BM Z sat.h>a YIfJM
SWPfffl 35c MILLET u.2t As..ra.._. -..q::M.::::21 taLACZ.. committee, announces umPkkd. [...t r ..-y ,.. ..4 ....... '.
u. that an interesting
yog Tocoana pro-
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..,... u. 51c Elise/+nsetM1 arm MOl .raii,SBBBt..:.warn a..e MlalMIIHI fow"w..a..r'WAYWOCMR Grand High Priest's NORPAGE Construction
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OtAI MEAT .p......::::.......... flab fr 1r..I-...... T.. ...... 4.i II jrrs;..... B. Williams serving as CORNER OF 45th STREET Visit tor Star I***

....lft.UXI.tI.fI..MlAT..y'.u.. : ..S DIXIE PHARMACY soloist. The Royal Arch ,.. Satr.., & InferPICE
.... at MOKC8IEF RD.
ALl9Ps-I! ,.. t..1...r..R'.1't Banquet will follow the
$i..ETAlt3: =4 k'....,....,...... ..u.;; $1N Elate Bead tad 1Int1e ?program. 3*. '..

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J gx. Arti vSkiM9 SiUs Head Ml. Zion's DUVAL BUILDERS '

TALLAHASSEE---State Beverage Agents Men Day Fete Building Coalracfors

recently joined with federal authoritiesin Joseph Pauline Sr. and
t 5129 d rlia too R*. -
Northeast Florida by bringing'an end Joseph Pauline, Jr. were

to five separate moonshine operationsthat selected by the men of
have, -been flooding Jacksonvillewith Mt.' Zion AilE Church to For Fres Estinates Call

a minimum of 1,000 gallons of serve as chairman and JESS .. DUBDEBP.CBI

illicit.whiskey per week. co-chairman the Sunday |
B.K. Pinley.: District School daring the RA 5-7811 H RA .-19HI
moonshine from him and '
Supervisor in the Jacksonville Men's Day observation on
located another 35 gal- -
area termed Ions at his house.A :: Sunday* March 31. i4I I
the operation a "com Guest officers and
plete success" following sixth person Eddie JOHNNY MATOIS poses proudly wit e g teachers_ ?ar'as follows; I;

the arrest of five vio- Mitchell of Hilliard, (count 'em) gold albums presented to him Rev. 'James Burney.Superintendent I MICHAEL 'lEIa) LZ [3.1i)
was arrested February 8
lators and the seizure recently by his record company. Mt.Calvary .
as a result of the cur- sale of NEW YORK (VIP) The
of three automobiles. symbolic gold. disc represents a Baptist;Benj main
Arrested on state war rent investigation $1,000,000 at manufacturers price. The K. Cant,., Secretary-New Board of Directors of
t Finley said.He explained 4 Greatest Donbar Development Cor-
rants were: eight albums are 'Johnny Bethel AME; Wilbur 1
Mitchell was arrested of Johnny's Greatest Jones, Pianist-Teachers poration has announcedthe
Odester Brunson, 53.Jacksonvillecharge, Hits, 'More :
prematurely when he dis- Hits," "Warm' 'Taithfully." 0pen Arthur Banks. Shiloh election of MICHAEL
covered he was being observed TEIa LZ (above) Pre-
possession of ten gal- Fire, Two Guitars 'llerry Christmas. Baptist; Andrew Boston, as
by the officers. sident and Chief Execu-
lons of moonshine; Alice Heavenly and 'Swing Softly. St. Paul AME; 'John Brad-
Finley stated the agents tive Officer of the com
James, 54, Marietta, had concealed ford, St. Stephen AME; 1. -
Florida-possession of Wilbur Cason, New Bethel pany.
themselves in a palmetto Official RecognitionST. Product of a family of
25 gallons of moonshine; Convention Speaker AME; James Middlebrooks, c ,
bush and were watchingthe builders, Mr. TeicholzIs \
and Charlie Williams, Mt. Calvary Baptist; E.
pia. -
operation when Mit- AUGUSTINE recognized as one of
Jr. 47, baldwin-charge J. Norman. St. Paul AME;
of Control
chell decided to 'stash' The State Board the most prominent crea- .>
and abetting in Ruben Padgett St. Ste-
aiding here last
several cans of the il- meeting tors and developers of
the sale of moonshine. phen AME; William Patterson -
week, took official note
legal whiskey in the interracial housing and
Arrested on federal Mt. Carmel Bap- .
honor recently
of the
bush where the agents recreation projects.
warrants were tist; Fred Richardson,
accorded Dr. George W.
were hiding. Finley said Donbar is builder of a
i. Donald F. ,Dobson Jr., he nearly set one can on Gore Jr. president of Jr., Grant Memorial AME; 400-home Integrated
24, Sanderson-charge, Charles Weaver st.
top of a State Beverage Florida A&M Universityby development, Donbar
possession of 60 gallonsof Matthews Baptist; Willie
the National News-
Agent. Estates, at Westbury
C. White, West Union
moonshine; and Robert
Indications are the paper Publishers As- Long Island-and owns and
O'Neal, 50, Baldwin- a Baptist; Rev. George
shine purchased in Baker sociation.. operates two country _
of V Young. St.. Mary AME will
County was being broughtin (. Flu Shots UrgedAs club developments
75 gallons of shine. review the lesson.
from Georgia, Finley :. Sandales Number One and
Prior to arresting explained. He said the Influenza Drops Band Parents Two. in Southern Jersey.
O'Neal Monday, agents
investigation will recently
con- company AluminumCookware
purchased 25 gallons of tinue. Influenza cases in Plan Joint Recital < completed housing unitsin -,
Florida took a sudden
---- Washington D.C.
the ;
and dramatic drop in Stanton.Vocatlonal'EBand area. I I V
Democrats compared with Parents are engaged -

'L. EDWIN LARSON. Florida January last year, the in preparationfor ,Class Plans OnlyVotuas
State Treasurer and Insurance State Board of Health joint recital

c Republicans Commissionerwill said today. featuring the band and .' Annual ReunionThe

Independents address the 24th The board urged citi- chorus with the presen- Class of 1933 of C

Annual Mid-Year Conference zens to get flu shots tation to take 'place Stanton High School is 99

of the National "and this could possibly Friday night. April 5 planning its reunion for:

: Insurance Assn. in be a factor in the at 8 o'clock in the thisypresent year during.. och

i CAN VOTE Miami. March 21.Anniversary Cited presently reduced cases school auditorium. the commencement season'' to $1.89

Mrs. Rebecca Stevenson Recently Commissioned II 7-cup pweoktor

of 1242 W. Duval St. is r 2-qt. covered sauce

TRUE CONSERVATIVE receiving congratulations .=io pan
from many friends
3-qt. covered saucepan
CANDIDATES following the March 18

wedding anniversary of
4-qt,covered sauce
Henry StevensonJr.
her son
and his wife Mrs. I lV pot4coxnpartraent

it i MARCH 26 Marie Stevenson. I ; "V egg
The couple are still VV/ r poacher and babywarmer -

the recipients of a con- '\ food,
; _
tinuous messages of. 2qt.whktfcng tea

felicitations. a kettle .

r Legion AuxiliaryTo 9

** 1
Stage Big, Room-Size

-''" g ig -- .il-.-.' Record Hop Cushioned Rugs

: American Legion Auxiliary $ Ren
I Only
Unit 197 will stagea T

record hop featuring

i Johnny Shaw Saturday

night at 7:30 o'clockin i $1666

the Legion Hall
PECFHTLY COMMISSIONED in the United States Army at Florida A&M University fi {

s-v 2179 Benedict Road. Left to right are Charlie C. Spellers of Orlando, Albert I. Brooks of .Atlanta -

: The public is cordially Ga., Roland Carey of Miami, Theodore Johnson of Orlando, Clarence
Williams of Arcadia and Robert Woolfork of West Palm Beach. Lt. Carey .si;

Blocker Chorus designated Distinguished Military Graduate and anticipates being commiss- x

g ,ioned in the Regular Army in the near future.
Sets ConcertThe ...-
Isaiah Blocker Jr. Acute Asthma
.. High School Chorus will MEET YOUR a ; ; .1
.i 1 r r lyr r A Ir rlrk.rlr .r.r Irr r r. Attacks AT THESAHARA V
be presented in concert
Mow yWld ipocdily t totctmrf byncpiratory
March 28th 8:00 p.m. in. Specialist.Covchinc ehofcia -
cuplnc nUvrcd. !M(last flrat-Um
assn.n.m.e.d Me wmitiac No drag
the school auditorium. or wet la>Mtk>...Wo.d.rtdl.1-
.UT vaiUbto. la iMtariM without prMeripUon.Ira brMtlda. Ask, yowrdruciiit Now 5237 NEW KINGS RD. [near 45th St.)
lor Or GuUd GrMaQpnUea Mounts r
or Compound.SOUND FRIDAY NITE March 22 1963
FREE Bar-B-Q Dinner with admittance of

SERVICES every couple 8 to 10:30 p.m. DANCE ALL

f Sound Service for Ad- NIGHT Music by The Wonderful MightyTwisters.

vertising-Dances. Ball ," 9 p.m. to 4 a. II. The club is

Games, etc. Also Loud open for private parties, club meetings,

Speaker Service for Ban- Monday through Thursday nights only.

l MARK ouetb. Concerts, Record For Reservation Call! EV 43236TASTpYHAT'S
( SUPER Hops et .PhonA El 3-5902


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,Stresses ,Speed Eclipse Own MarkRECORD 1I1glrlui -oxlr U. S., TatvM Irlls' WhiU > : :

Afility For '43 Rittlers GallS A Draw Settle Tax Bill Sits Rll God :

Pro-Scouts Eye Sessions WASHINGTON (ANP) -
Rafiu King, No. 4 ranked
In his many years In '
For 63 SI.t.ST.
world featherweight con- .
TALLAHASSEE---Size is expected to give basketball first with
way to speed and ability in.the FloridaA. u tender from Nigeria the Harlem Globetrotters
lived up to his reputa-
and M. University Rattlers' plans for and now with his own PETERSBURG. Fla.
tion of a fine defensive
63 campaign. ringman and rugged com- touring squad of fun- (ANP) Bill White enjoyed -

The' old adage of a goo be quick. iiz petitor but was forcedto makers. Reece (Goose) what probably was
big man is better than a The A&M coach is conducting t settle for a draw in Tatum, the game's fabu his best season in the
small still spring trainingon lous "Clown Prince." majors last year. Nonetheless -
good man may his 10-round bout with has stink a lot of bas-
bold true, but the big improving c fundazu'nals Don Johnson here last kets, attracted millionsof the St. Louis
and working in Cardinals first baseaaa t
good'man, had better beagileand'possess'speed 5 week. fans and earned thou-
freshmen and reserves Lrfi rated is not becoming compla!
King, who is sands of dollars.But .
to burn if he expects to into the varsity four L fourth behind feather-' when the Internal cent. With a $35.000

make the Rattlers' 63 days a week. Some 40 weight champion Davey. Revenue Bureau forced salary pact he has setan

squad. ., players are out for the Moore and contenders his bane to pay $169,000 RBI goal of a 120 for ;

Jake Galth r. the Rat- drills. Sugar Ramon of Cuba, in back income taxes it the coming season. :"
tlers'' head whiplasher ire have had some good" Kazuo Takayama of Japan was discovered that Tatum' This is not very far-
announced the change sessions this spring and'Howard Winstone of fetched. said White
s bankroll amountsto
SHATTERING QUARTEl'---Tennessee State's famed 'Tigerbelle 440-
said Coach Gaither. He of the better edu-
during spring training Magazinewas one
Wales Ring
plans to use his guards yd. relay team chopped three tenths of a second off their world record only $100 althoughhe baseball
here recently. "The a 10-7 pre-fight cated among
during the recently staged Mason-Dixon at Louisville Ky. included a $7,500
huge man in size only more this fall in pulling games favorite. However, he automobile his players. 'I should do
The fast Temple-coached foursome are shown receiving the vaunted among
will not have a place in to lead.Jnter- was forced to call on better next season with
trophy from AAU s executive director 'C 01. Donald F. Hull. Standing meager assets.
our plans for the coming ference trapping and all his ring knowledgeto government there- Dick Groat moving th'e'runners
from left Edith McGuire who also the dash Flossie
are: won 70-yard ;
ed*Coach '
season, QUlp cross blocking; A few avert an upset by fore entered into an a- along and George
,Wilcher.Lorraim Dunn, Coach: Ed. Temple Col. Hull and anchorbelle "
"He's got to ,
Gaither. new plays .may. be-put in .. Johnson, who is Cali- greement with Tatum to Altman on base a lot.
by fall. fornia's featherweight Groat and Altman were
rr settle the $169.000 tax
Milts Track star Bob Hayesand 3 champion.At bill for $15.000. His acquired by the Cardinals
CllirsAss. Promising Negro Players
quarterback, Ji@\ ul- the end of the bout, was one of several "com in off-season

lis have been excused fans were kept in suspense promise cases" listedby trades. George, acquiredfrom

... Littlt. from spring drills. for several name only by the IRS. the Chicago Cubs

Hayes Is absence ffom" Vie For Jax Suns' Spots minutes before the decision The government several might be just what the

DividSeventh R.I. his halfback post -to was announced. years ago also reacheda doctor ordered with
run track. Tullis played Referee Lee Grossman compromise agreementwith that short rightfield f
The 1962 International League Champions, the Jacksonville Suns
seeded Western basketball and is devoting voted for King. 6 roundsto Joe Louis, the former pavilion to shoot at in
will open their 63 season on Tuesday, April 16 "and a packed
Illinois was upset 84-81 his'spare time to 3. Judge Russ Brad- Busch Stadium.
heavyweight championwho
house is indicated. Seems logical that the team nobody thought
little Miles College of the books. ford favored Johnson. 7 was also hopelessly Anyway White who
much of in spring training-that is.nobody except Owner-General
Birmingham. Alabama in Professional' Jimm batted .324 last
football to 5, and Judge indebted for back taxes. year
Manager Bobby Maduro and Manager Ben Geraghty should have won
the first round of the scouts visiting the Rat- "ilson called it a According to the agree- fourth best in the league -
National Intercollegiate tlers' spring training the pennant of the IL so handily. and to have been in front dur-. draw. 5 to 5. ment announced last week looks forward to
.the major part of the season.' Tatum will repay the
Basketball Tournament
camp last week were: seeing more Redbirds on i
$15 000 over the next 10
last Tuesday night 'week. Peahead Walker, New York Spring training opened leagues. Doc Young Pens years plus a percentageof the perch. He hit 26 t
Thomas (Boo Boo) Hamner Giants; Will Willis r officially for the Suns Jones is sure to get a big guy was his frequent future earnings, if homers and: drove in 102

beat, Western Illinoisfor Pittsburgh Steelers; last Sunday March 17. fine chance at makingthe strikeouts. Look for big Listen StoryCHICAGO they are over $5,000 a runs last year.
lilies with a' Jump Barrell Brewster. MInnesota at the Tucson, Arizona team because of his things ffbto this kid. "I might have reached

shot from the key 'hole Vikings; Jim David, 'base of their parent batting. His fielding is Tony, whose real front -- A timely year.The IRS agreed to the 120 RBI's jus.t-by making

with 15 seconds left, Los Angeles Rams; Dick club the Cleveland not up to Barker's, but, candle is Anthony T. biography of Sonny Lis- drastic markdown of Ta outs with men on third
making the score 82-8L. Vorias San Francisco Indians and Maduro and the whose was in the and who hails from ton. World's Heavyweight tum' tax bill becauseit base--a long fly ball or t,

Hamner was fowled at the 49ers; Gil Brandt Dal- Geraghty are most eager IL last PARon? But Chicago Ill stands Champion, will be released felt that the aging a grounder Instead of a

gun and added two free las Cowboys; Laurie for that: long' hard look Jones, who stands 6 feet 6 feet and 3 inches and March 27 by basketball star 'in future popup or strikeout, "

throws after the time Niemi. Philadelphia at three most promising 2 Inches and weighs in is a slender 185 pounds Johnson Publishing. Co. years will find it White says. I

expired Hamner's goal EaglesKeith; Molesworth, Negro.prospects.These.tbree at 194, is a right hand- with fine speed and is a: Chicago. harder to sink basketsor Bill was one of the

concelled a stirring Baltimore Colts; Chuck brightest ed thrower .an d batter good ball hawk in the "The Champ Nobody attract large crowds hottest hitters in baseball ,

Western Illinois come- Drulis, St. Louis +Car- spots .in, the Suns' picture with plenty of power for outfield. Last year at Wanted"f penned by A. S. and dollars. in a four-week

back. dinals; Tim Temerario, are, :Hal Jones; big/3 those inviting left Salt Lake City Tony "Doc" Young veteran Tatum's back taxes stretch in August bat- ,

Down 73-63 with 6 Washington Redskins; Ed and burly first baseman' field fences at home and wound up his season'swork sports writer, is being totaled 85816.38 for ting .454. His big pro- ;

Inutes 27 seconds left Ulmskin Cleveland due to battle Buddy Barker around the league.. Last with a ,respectable published in both a' 1956 to 1960 inclusive.The blem since he became a

:he leather-necks final- Browns; and Al LoCasale, for the Job and year, at Salt Lake, compiled 312 batting average. hardcover and a paperback balance 66794.70 major leaguer has been

ly moved ahead 81-80 San Diego Chargers. outfielders Tony Wash- a fine record at Cleveland thought some edition. The former represents interest accrued to solve effectively

with 24 ,seconds to go on Cleveland ington and Willie wil- bat-although-and. here'sa work under Ben Geraghty will list at $3.95; the for those years southpaw pitching.Sting

a lay-up by Coleman Car- Signs liams. These are potent surprising statistic, one of the game's finest paperback at 95 cents. and penalties for each ing from the portslde of

rodine. Western Illinois Grabbling Grid young men with the 'bat, his batting average for teachers would help the The biography is unauthorized year except 1959.IISTOH'S the dish, White batted

took time out to set upa good speed and seasoned the season wound up at kid In his defensive as and tracesListon's INJURY .358 against the orthodox -

play after Hamner' Performer Here veterans of ,the" minor., 248. But look at this well as his offensive unsavory childhood hurlers and only

winning goal but Willie GRAMBL.ING.. La. -. .(ANP) record of battin accom- skills and assigned him including several 256 against lefty.
Slack UcLin 'stole CXJ plishment. In 147 ganefHal Jacksonville. In brushes with the law. CANCELS BOUTMIAMI
( ) a Clifton McNeil a rangy to flingers. ,
pass to break It up. Grabbling College end, Gets Nod For came to bat 521 1962 he came to bat 500 Liston was born in asharecropper's "The more I see of

Carrodlne led Western with Blazing speed. has : times. Knocked in 91 times in 142 games and cabin in BEACH chancesof the lefthanders, the t

Illinois with 20 points. signed a football contract All SW' five runs, got 129 hits for scored 87 times with 156 Arkansas in either 1932. an April 10th heavy- more. I get used to ;j
1933 1934--the record
McLin and Thales Mc- 240 total bases. or weight title rematch
with the Cleveland hits and a total base them" White observes. :
Reynolds had 22 a piece Browns of the ,National Yet Harold Marion, his mark of 273. He hit for Young writes, is ob- here between Champ Sonny
"After all couldn't
GRAMBLING, LA.. (Special) scure--and now lives in we
for Miles. Football League for the, : real monicker, hit 27 34 doubles 13 triplesand Liston and challenger
Hershell West and Willis see many more left
Miles College of only 1963 season. two baggers 6 triples 19 of the big ones- 21 room on Floyd Patterson appeared handers than did the
Reed of All- we
a pair
836 students, in Bir- The steady-going senioris American watch this-24 homers fora four baggers. This bat- Chicago's south side. doomed Sunday when the last few There
s.pperstars'whosebrillIance Liston will defend his titleholder packed his years.
mingham was making its big slugging
the eighth member of per- ting brought a slugging only left-
are so
earned many
first appearance in'the the 1962 Grumbling squad '::I centage of .460. All percentage of 546. What championship--which he bags and took a jet to benders in the league."
Grambling. national, ,sta- from Floyd Pattersonon home In Chicago to
tournament Western thi hitting earned him won his
American most alluring -
signed by and ture a's makes Tony a Bill's name went late
Illinois is 'a veteranof National Football League a, 99 runs batted in and prospect is that Sept. 25. 1962--in a give an injured knee a j
the record books in 1961
were, unanimous
title bout in Miami week's rest.
six'previous trips; still could only
teams. bringup
he struck out only 90
choices All- when collected 14
on the
reaching the semi-finals his to the Beach on April 10. Before boarding the
McNeil stands 6-3 and average times and that is a fine hits in successive
,four times. weighs 185pounds. Southwestern Conferenceteam aforementioned .248. One percentage. Promotional plans for plane. Listen said
released Monday. thing that plagued the William "Willie" Williams the book call for a tie- 'I' 11 be back if the doubleheaders. This
ROYAL r. The All-American duo also goes 6 feet in with theatres across doctor gives me an okay tied a mark that had j
ART STUDIO 1 along- with sophomore Wilma Gets Degree, 3 inches straight up and the country carrying the However Jack Nilon, been set 49 years ear

515 DAVIS forward Robert Love of tips the scales 195 and closed circuit televisedbout Liston's advisor said lier by Ty Cobb. Ironically
STREET southern University were |Uncertain About Future Is"a native of Newberry. there would be no plansto enough, it took j

Order NBW at Redicef PricesPhoto the ,only players namedon South Carolina. Also. Young also is the have the injuredknee place right after ,1Cobb's
every ballot by league NASHVILLE. Tenn. -(ANP)- with Salt Lake City in. author of "Great Negro examined in Chicago death.
Cards oa hes. Wilma Rudolph Ward Willie is another White considers him-
[ 1962 Baseball Stars. pub- Liston injured the knee self lucky that the I
lidiiidiils Faaily Greips \ "Heat;,, a.smooth and'grtbeful Olympic triple treat boy with a big bat whc lished in 1953 by A. S sane two weeks ago while Cardinals were willing

Cleks _' gunner, is one dash champion received, hit for good distanceand Barnes &: Co. He has another posing for a publicity to give up several play- !
of the most versatile her bachelor's degree in good percentage ovex book 'Negro/ club. ers including Bed San .
stint with a golf
Black & While-Color
;. layers in college 'elementary education at the season winding up Firsts in Sports Jones, for him.
SepiaieReQuality sketball. The 6-3 Tennessee A&I University with a .305 average. His s-cbeduled. for later S II

Photographs .4enigr. has scored, 2.546 last week and said she 31 two baggers,8 triplesand 1 this Spring, also by I.

; points in four years to was looking forward to a 13 home runs attest Johnson Publishing Co.Hayies' now its Pepsifor
Cfc rclies..WedtKiifS Social
: prank' second among all- teaching career but was to his power and the

liil EL ,4-1894 time Grambling scorers. 'uncertain about her immediate ability to hit all kindsof : Named
Robert Hopkins holds future. pitching as his .457 those who

the school and national Domestic problems and slugging average shows To U. S. Team think

record with 3.759 points her studies have kept young
West has scored 752 her away from the trackin Sets Title Defense 'TALLAHASSEE -- Bob
Hares Florida A&M University
points this season for a recent months--except
25.7 average.Reed for participation in a TALLAHASSEE -- The s sprint "phe-
a 6-10. 230- limited number of meets- Florida A&M University nom" has been named to

pound giant is a stand- end she believes she may Rattlers baseball team the United States track

our professional pro- have to forego the 1964 will open defense of its and field team which

I4T11T! S spect. He has provided Olympics in Tokyo. SIAC title here againstthe will compete in the 1933
much of the team's rebounding "It.s too much trouble Alabama State Col- Pan-American Games at

strength and starting back gettingin lege Hornets, March 22- Sao Paulo, Brizil. April
scores well in clutch peak condition all 23. 20-May 5DSMER's ,
situations. The ""Big over again. she com- 11 j

Cat" has mastered the mented. "It's hard to 'I.

art of shaking free a- say what I'll do. I SkTntoMbrighter. J H r
'... S round the pivot as his don't know, myself." ) I

580 points and 20.0 Wilma recently was up-

average testify. set by Marilyn White of

it .: His rebounding coin- Los Angeles in the 60- .

...- -' cides with._his shooting yard dash an event she /f/ ter.
'-. an all-around ability. dislikes. She was
7a Reed has grabbed 503. slightly off form but

53 caroms for a 17.3av didn't try to alibi for
eras the defeat. She said of

Lave, :ambidextrous Marilyn ''I didn't see

shooter and bustler UDder that little thing go by sKin

both boards James me." Miss White is 18. 1rH.iw .

IEN illIG .- ''n Allen and Harold Ble- Wilma is now 22. tohilt. :
vins. Arkansas AM&N; Recently she filed suit f I

Invites You To ListenTO"KNIGHT Donald Smith Jackson for divorce from her ,
College; and Douglas husband. William Ward .. : /

: Bines and Dewey McOjieen. charging cruelty. Dtrk s.ta
TRAM"Starting l. : *- The livelier life is more popular than
View formed the
.. .., prairie Wilma is generally Ale....
'* talented squad. recognized as "the ever today...and so U PtfiMttt- ......

At,7QO: p.m. 'i1 Ightly'=: -*"The teas.has speed ag- world's fastest woaan"' And nothing drenches y.*r tMnt PFP81COLAlike
....f&reaal ve,.rebo dl c and and it would be a blow
-7" celd.imitlnp I Pat* "IIIIP""
excellent shooting. Dr. to U.s. Olympic hopesif a

1400 "wRiK UOO C.D. -Henry SWAC publi- she dOesn't competein 11 So think young-say""""* a****!..

city director said. the 1964 Olympics. ___ ___..........._. .. .. ..' H ... .... .... =-u.


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I !3: Simond Johnson's Girl Cagers Annex 3rd Straight City C'hampionshioSi.old I

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I Johnsorft flyiq African Continue 'Winning: Ways 'Not Afraid Gangster*s Slaying May Seteff

Girl! Caters Cop Trackimi Stirs Off Soasy; Federal Probe Of Boxing,

City 'Championship! I NEW DELHI India (ANP) DETROIT-ANP---There was indicationthat

{ E. Obanye a student at q; at Floyd Says the federal government may launch a
Refusing to be outdoneby
St. Columbia's school
new assault on the influence of the underworld
their male counterparts here, who has been nick- after first
on prize fighting
MIAMI (ANP) Dethroned -
the Simond Johnson the'
named 'PlyingAfrican"
heavyweight degree murder charges were entered a-
Girls basketballteam '
lived up to
gainst a Detroit policeman who shot
champion Floyd Patterson
their three-
his reputation
broke his silence here and killed a small-time gambler in an
unbeaten skein intact -
year recent National Athletic
last week to declare argument over the managerial rights toa
by defeating Forest track and field meet at
emphatically that he is nationally known boxer.
Park 28-4 to wrap up Allahabad. India, by -
ed Foster and
aa accomplice
"not afraid of any man The fighter is Gene
third straight City Recreation streaking to victory in on suspicion after
In the world. Gresham, a promising
Department the 100 and 200 meter
they stopped to repaira
lightweight described as
Patterson also said he
championship! during the events and leading the iE tire on a car In which
believes his chances of having a potential earning -
finals held recently on New Delhi team to a the body of Elliott was
defeating champion Sonny value of $200,000 a
the champs home record-smashing victoryin concealed. the two were
Liston in their rematchare year.
gr.ounds. the 400 meters. trying to dispose of the
L good. Charged with murderingJohn
Captain Earline Kim- the final body.
Obanye ran ;
His statement came in A. (Wimpy) Elliott,
brough, a two year vete- leg of the 400 meters to After shooting Elliottin
reply to speculationsthat described as a front man
ran, and Shirlene Kim- enable the New Delhi relay his own car, Foster
Patterson, who was for gamblers and racke-
bough paced the titleholders team to shave 0.7 A called Harry F. Command,
4V knocked out in the first teer, Is' Policeman For
both offensivelyand seconds from the meet a 34-year-old ex-coavlct
round of his title fight rest A. Foster Jr. who"discovered"
defensively. Earlineh record of 45.8 seconds.el.ey's and former boxer and
with Llston in Chicago Gresham
as averaged 18pointper 'Rofcfcy' N last Sept. 25, sight be an d said he has invested asked his assistance.
game and under her gun-shy of Liston. Command drove over in
money in his
leadership, the SJ' shave Joe Triner. Illinois his own car and the two
Inks Fit Net career. Elliott, according -
outscored their transferred Elliott's
opponents -
Athletic Commission
to Foster, was a
by a 5-1 mar- CINCINNATI -- Frank chairman, had declaredIn go-between for racketters body to the exboxer'scar.

gin. Two other key for- Robinson, the National TWO LEGS ON THE HUG!---Texas Southern University's crack mile relay team annexed a Chicago interviewthat trying to take over the They drove off and

wards also responsiblefor League's 1962 slugging their second possession of the silver trophy, being held by track coach StanleyV. he thought Patterson fighter's Interest by headed for an undisclosed -

the team's amazing champion with a .624 Wright, during the annual Melrose Games in New York City. The fleet thinclads "froze" in his default.It location with the

+t record are Regina Mc- average, became the then went on to again their specialty in the Inquirer Indoor Track meet in Phil- dressing room before the Is the gangster ele- body wrapped in a painter -

Fadden and Patricia Hall. highest paid player in adelphia. The speedstars need only one more win of the trophy to gain permanent Liston fight.That state- ment in the case that s drop cloth. But a

Shirline Kimbrough at Cincinnati Reds' his- possession. Stars standing from left are: Ray Saddler, Lester Milburn, Charles ment by Triner starteda raised speculation thr.t flat tire foiled their

guard has been the teals! tory when he signed his White and Artis Barrett. This will be the team to watch in the March 22-23 games great deal of specula- the federal government attempt, to dump the

mainstay during the past 1963 contract for a reported Stadium Houston. tion as to Patterson's body.
this week in the TSU Relays at Jeppesen may- step into the matter
three years. $60.000 annual mental attitude for the According to Foster, Meanwhile, Gresham con

SJ director and Coach wage. Robinson then Louis Angling rematch reset for April the cketters for whom firmed that Foster whom

Carlton Bryant stated changed his mind about Living With Sports 10 here. The fight was Elliott fronted were the boxer said he

that Katherine Thomas retiring. For Title lOll previously scheduled for trying to: take advantageof feared was trying to

and Jackie Borders Bobby Following the end of .. April 4 but was set back the 'act that the policeman peddle his contract.
Edwards, Gwendolyn the 1962 season which CHICAGO -- Evidently to a week after Liston had been given "Foster was trying to

Robinson and Bertha Wil- had been one of the convinced that Liston By CHARLES J. LIVINGSTONsi ; injured a knee while an ultimatum by his peddle his end of my

liams were the team's slugging outfielder'sbest will win in case he posin g for a magazine superiors to either get contract to Williams,"

remaining Importantcogs. since entering the fights a return bout GREEN is ZEPHYRS COURT GENERAL : picture. rid of the fighter or the boxer said. "I
with Floyd Patterson,
Director Bryant majors. Robby said he resign, from the police understand Foster was
stated that three of the was sincere about re- former heavyweight box- CHICAGO-ANP---The Chicago Zephyrs Etossell Sets force. He indicated that asking 20000. Williams
ing champion Joe Louis,
team' s members are cer- tiring--but the new con- basketball team operates much the same Elliott was trying to offered $7,000 and Fos-
tain to make Simond tract "changed presently a west coast offensively as a football team. That is, strike a bargain with ter turned it down."

Johnson Hall of Fame. mind." fight promoter, was in ,the team plays according to pass patterns, R.bolld MarkNEW him for his hoodlum Gresham also disclosedthat

Earline and Shirline Also given a raise was town angling for a Lis- with a floor general calling the plays bosses for Gresham's Foster had gotten

{' K.lmbrough and Regina his fellow gardenmateVada ton-Cassius Clay title and leading the attack. YORK CITY Negro contract. Williams to finance a

McFadden need to play Pinson who is now fight. The man who does the front court quar- par basketball stars set Foster s testimony fol $2,000 boxing tour of

one but one more cham- reportedly earning between Should Louis hurdle the terbacking for the Zephyrs is one of pro another milestone here lowing the shooting,indicated Mexico for him.

pionship team to become $25,000 and $30. managerial and financial basketball's leading playmakers, 6-2 recently in the National also, that the 3y his testimony, Gres-
members of the 000. obstacles guard Sihugo Green, former Duquesne Basketball, Associationwhen hoods may have decided to ham indicated Elliottwas

Inter-Playground. Hall of Starting slowly last Liston have no and trouble Clay. signing All-American..Green is the Zephyrs cap- Boston Celtics' wait the policeman out negotiating with

year Robinson made a tain and chief strat 'gist..In this center Bill Russell set in the hope that after Foster for Williams on

e.Clinic Dates Set strong drive toward the Clay record has saying already he goneon will respect, he is the key man on the team an over 11,000 rebound the deadline he would the contract deal. Fos-

NL batting championship .If s court general.At record and Captain, Elgin voluntarily give uprights ter and Elliott were

..,TALLAHASSEE -- The during the close of the rounds take Liston when they in eight meet. any game, Si can be heard callingoff Baylor of the Los to Gresham to last seen together leaving -

.Florida A&U University race. He batted 342. in turn reportedhe the plays for the Zephyrs according Angeles Lakers became safeguard his job on the an east side gym.
.Annual Coaching Clinic hit 39 homers and drovein would be ashamed if to the digits 14, 24, 48, etc. as he the Association's 15th force. Gresham once told police -
will be held here June _136_ runs to lead'- A the P than sets up plays according to a carefully player to surpass the Police, meanwhile, were Foster had palled a
11-21.: 1963. team. in battlngTYou ; Clay round.lasted more worked out' plan. .Sometimes he impro- '10.00 poin t mark. seeking a reputed gam- gun on him, and later
one bler named Clarence Williams -
vises Baylor, an NBA player swore out affidavit
+ The two almost became alternating the attack to keep the an
Don t Have to Go to Town to Get since the 1958-59 season the slain repeating the threat and
defense off
engaged in a bare knu- sagging the team's big gun, undercover boss who was .,
Walt Bellamy..As other players criss- exceeded the 10.000 saying he was "scared"of
ckle fight in a Miami mark the reported to be In New
LOW PRICES when cross the court Green invariably draws point against federal the policeman. But he
: gym recently Clay ; Detroit Pistons. He tal- Orleans to face
loudly accused Liston of Walt away from the double teaming set up lied 36 points while charges of failing to admitted that Foster was

spying on him.Tuskegee against him, and springs him loose for needing only 14 pointsto obtain a gambler's tax "good to me."

.' On Your his celebrated dunk shot The whole reach the gilded cir- stamp. Foster had said that he

Patients strategy is designed to keep the Zephyrs cle. Foster last week was Ina and his friends had too

DRUG STORE NEEDS offense out of the time zone..But Si Russell who has been in Detroit Hospital suffering much Invested in Greshamto :

frequently takes advantage of this to the NBA since the 1957- let him go free.
Trade With Your Neighborhood Drug Store To ParticipateIn from a
drive down the middle for 58 campaign, took the He was At the same time, police -
WE WILL MEET ANY PRICES ADV. IN YOUR LOCAL PAPERS layups..Inshort wound in the hip.
he sizes the circumstances and rebound leadership from sheriff was also seeking a
We Deliver-We Also Fill All Doctors' Prescriptions up shot by a deputy
Bowling Tourney acts accordingly. .As the teanf strate- Dolph Schaye's of the as he attempted to escape 17-year-old youth who

gost, he is virtually on his own... Syracuse Nats, the rebound from a Uacomb was with Foster and
Dixie Pharmacy TU3CEGEE. Ala. Vete- Green's fine defensive work is over- leader for several County Jail. Elliott when they left
at the
ran patients the
shadowed by the playing of the great years. The sheriff had arrest- gym.
Tusk gee Veterans Administration -
1302 Kilts Read at Myrtle AitiuPloits Hospitalwill Bellamy, the team's breadandbutterstar. sworn w esT.a saw aafUL INITL O'1CHOUY msrnttn co...f.e.

participate in the .But Si's value to the team has

# El 3-5597-98 17th annual national always been underscored by the Zs chiefs

bowling tournament for .And as a player,he' s respected throughout the
---- --------------- -- Enjoy
PAT YOUR LIGHT WATER AND TELEPHONE veterans in the VA's the league..Opposing coaches wisely ..
Hospitals and Domicili- keep their eyes on the hustling Zephyr

BILLS AT OUR STORE aries. playermaker.One ;. sunny morning flavor of s:;:* "

Sponsored by the of former team captain Bob Leonard's -' f': '
Bowlers Victory Legion first moves when he was promoted to Coach ,. .ri :::

1420 New York Avenue N. after Jack MaMahon was fired was to name .: '

W. Washington, D. c. Green captain in his stead..Leonard had :

The annual event pro- played in the backcourt with Si and was : ;
chen lell
vides therapeutic recreation convinced that he could handle the

for suitable weighty nt..Green has more than

patients. Dr. J.W. justified Leonard's confidence in him. RESERVE'

k Giles, hospital direc- Under Si' s captaincy tha teiam. has developed -
tor, explained.
Divisions for ambulatory into a running, hustling squad, ," .-;- .-:
wheel chair and offensively, and a doggedly determined

litter and blind pa- unit,defensively. .Although in last placein .
the Western Division of the National. '
tients are provided and ; {: r -,' '-
( teams can compete for Basketball Assn. last week, with only 22 'f-. ;- ; -;

trophies in tenpins and victories against 51 loses, the Zephyr

duckpins. Games are team has improved vastly under the com-

bowled at the hospi- bination of Leonard, as coach, and Green, r.t.'X

tals and scores mailedto as captain..many of its looses to the
Washington for determination association's top teams were close con-

of winners.Dr. tests that a break here or there might

Giles said that one have decided in favor of the Zephyrs. .

team at the Tuskegee In fact, some coaches expect the team to

Hospital will enter the be a strong contender next season. .One, f :

tournament in the cate- who asked not to be quoted, confided to *.

: gory for ambulatory. this writer that. there'was but one weak s t

li.Whtt Delilah Gave Samson That FaMous patients. 4 spot on the team. "Plug that spot and" Yhen1eq __________
you'll have a contender all the way,

| HAIR CUT Watch This down he said. But he 1Io ldn' t say where the ,

9653113Y6841 weakness lies. 'That would be defeat- -
She OpeRtd Up a WHit ing our own purpose" he explained, 4
grinning..However, the coach was frank
;; 2 5 about one thing:Bellamy. Green and rookie : 4r..u

::: NEW FIELD FOR WOMEN I : 1 9 star Terry Dischinger forms the core of

; 4 1 the team. ,

; JacksonvilleBarber 912 11 514 The acquisition of the 28yearoldGreen Y

from St., Louis during the 1961-62
". 12 3D 29s. season of the finest deals ever
......... 4. epk..tina was one
Inc. ...i MaH. made by team..Only the deal for

College .... ....... Bellamy, the NBA rookie-of-the-year last
He ...... It all s....4 season,is accorded greater importance. .. ,Schentey livens up all your drinks. Makes them.brighter JfgMer,

:S |. I. Approved 111% lir cyf.j Coaiag AttttctiMS Green has repaid the Zephyrs a hundred smoother more refreshing ;all! the way down the:gfeec.;That's

] 63O DAVIS ST. at Beaver fold. He averages only 12.7 points per because Schente/s choice grain neutral spirits are blended. with
+ ,.
; JACKS8NYILLE. FLI1IIA 8-15-45 game but is worth hiS weight: in gold as quality straight whisky* 8 full years of agel!"Taste the 1IIfterHee.SATIRAT .
L > a playmake'r and strategist. -





flit 12! .\. FfORIDASTlR'' r

CoMMitU Fir ,lirts Chips Off The Blocks Ice Cream' Parlor. Florida AirmaaLACKLAND Additional The STRAND

Theatre, Drop Bars Fire Station

,Lids His Rtctrd. Of Prtfrass, 1y Jay JI' DURHAM, N.C.(March 14: Reasslglld Land ApprovedDuring STARTWS srMOerN9W..ADD

---Following a campaign AFB Tex.---
A group, ,of Negro Jaxons, known as the I told'mama that if I made it through last week its Tuesday
which started as far Airman Basic FreddieL.
Committee for the Re-Election of Haydon I could make it in. I dare say that not a single night's sessionthe City A
back 1958 and was Gooden son of Mr.
soul in aSf
Burns as Mayor Commissioner has'released torn can complain of not having anything Council approved pur- MOTION PICTURETO
renewed with vigor last and Mrs. Julius C.
to do last
a booklet pointing to, the Mayor1 s record week. First we had to dig the Count of chase of an additional
Red Bank better fall by local CORE and Vecenty of 138 Frow THE WONDERSOF
of accomplishments over.the past 14 years known as Basic at the Armory. The : tract of land for new
In a foreword to the brochure, the com- Count was in fine fettle and his 'big band drove NAACP youth groups, Ave. Miami Fla. is Fire Station No. 18 THE WORLD!
the Royal Ice Cream being reassigned to
Tight on hone. '
mittee states that "over a period of which will be constructed
years, we in ,Jacksonville and the community Sonny Payne kept the boys on their toes as he CbEoanj, has dismantledthe Greenville AFB, Tex., on Myrtle Avenue ...
whaled the tar Jim Crow, back room for technical trainingas
out of his hides. The \
have 'watched the growth of this crowd was not between 25th Street and
as, large of its local ice cream a United States
great city and fully realize that these as expected. For one thing many people Moncrief Road. r
tried to handle the admissions as tho the parlor. The "white"and Air Force fire protec-
advances have not just happened as a dance Mayor Commissioner Hay
matter of course. For 14 years our city was an invite, affair. Basle should have drawn "a ,. 'colored' signs tion specialist.. don Burns and the City
the previously Airman (Gooden who com-
larger, crowd. Tis cjer
has been state continuous rumored that the Policemen are Commissioners expedited
in a ; of ,growth ;
entrances have the first phaseof
separate pleted
and now 'has attracted nation-wide at-, 1 trying get a name such as Basic or the like for the action .Monday night
'their'annual ball. ; been removed and the his military training ''J
tention.: N when it appeared that
renovation job has here, was selectedfor
After the
The group charges that, 'the most ball the gang split up and went out cni t the matter might be tied
the town.' Dr. Warren Schell had some of the Urban! been completed. the specialized in"the
committee for
critical and abusive of the Mayor and up
Renewal of action last basis of
League folk and members of the band ; course on the
his record motivated by personaland over. Counts. some two weeks.Original .
are spent most of his time sipping tea at the ElDorado fall resulted in a his interests and apti- sum set for
selfish reasons and lunch boycott by tudes.
admiring lassies. $ room
of the additional
and h -
Old Taylor had a ball Sunday night. In addition Negro high school stu-
tract was
basis in fact f o'r to all sorts of dents which effective -
goodies for the soul they had some was
their attacks." PATRONIZE $15,000 but Mayor Burns "
i5: goodies to look at. Members of "Vogue 60" ,and that the company had a second appraisalset BAST /
On the other hand, : agreed to **** \ *
nego ,
the committee other young ladies put on a topflight fashion and the 30 by 90
cribes Haydon as : ", show. The ladies wore creations from Morton il- tiate. Firstt Royal Star Advertisers foot lot was acquiredfor

having been,' 'firm illllS. Almost everybody was there. Even Fizzonner offered to serve Negroes 11000.
in both the front
:ame in for little ,
sincere, fortright, a vote hustling. f
dynamic,aggressive ',-. The talk of, the town is the vocalist for the rock and back rooms.Realizingthat UOOD LUCK. HAPPINESS & _
progressive and h Taylor Ball. The' "fellow" had on a wild'wig anda two rooms would rrongJU1!
fearless in taking CONSULTKING- i'
for'what y. gold sequined suit. He shouted and ranted. All perpetuate segregation
stand he
thinks a is best for ', of the tunes sounded the same but they really made the CORE and NAACP MRS. I CURIISBRSm

the house rock. We wonder what happened to the youth groups rejectedthis HAROLD HECHT .
the entire c o mmun" For immediate Help. H PI.
.-r Scotch drinkers Sunday night? All in sight was offer and continued Spiritual Medium & Gifted
MAJOR HATDON BURNS "lourbon yet all elbows were bending. the boycott until the TARAS BULBAMAKEUP..OR
Leader Guarantees
A leaflet serving
called progressive"Ntro After the ball the crowd split. Half went East company finally decided aid
companion.pieceto where others faill! Gives -
as ':o Jump with Grisby at Buster Ford's. Buster has on renovation
the booklet which is being distributed Advice & help on all
Just installed a monster Hammond electric organ. job eliminating the MASQUERADE
it. the rate of 5,000 a day challengesthe The Great Grisby presides over the Console. Its a* back room completely. affairs of life. Mrs.
King is not a Gypsy. Ex-con: hides behind
of Councilman .Tohn Lanahan who
record '
delight; to hear Weaver work out on drums. He is a Theatre DesegregatesThe carnival greasepaintle" !
1s running against Haydon Burns for the nephew of Charlie Hoss Singleton. ':He plays with, local CORE and SATISFACTION & SUCCESS ,
office of Mayor Commissioner. The leaflet real soul. It's kind of hard to follow Grisby NAACP youth groups won GUARANTEED! Lucky Days em ,

is'made up as follows: sometimes especially when all of his tunes begin i second significant "t Numbers. Hrs. 9-9 -'. fly M ,_ iJCTaQ
Closed Wed. Sun.
jto sound like original compositions. Robert Mizon victory; recently: when. p.m. .
12-5 Bus 21,
hue and Willie Foster. Billy Brown and party were' the Rialto Theatre p.m.
IS Highway 90 E.
CANDIDATE LANAHAWLet's just a few who dug the late show at Buster's. signed an agreement to

Skinner,, chief wrangler at the OK Corral was on desegregate.The 5505 Beach BI! 4.

A FRIEND OF THE NEGRO? hand to spread a little cheer. Odessa a former agreement was New Beacb Road 1K Nui KID

B.B. King vocalist does the warbling jigned at the Community

Look at the Johnny Way tells us that another jazz concert ism Church office in Chapel'

tap. All of you who missed hearing Vince and Hill by Arthur Thomas
:,, .' LANAHAN Record
: :ais big 16 piece jazz band swing at the Elk's Rest and Issac Reynolds for

As Chairman of the Budget missed a treat. Fail not to"'1' catch the next ses- the negotiating com- i BIG SAVINGS ON TIRES

!v sion. The band has every type of Instrument evena mittee and by Maggie : :

Committee ,of the City Council tuba. Proceeds go to the "Elk's educational fund., Dent, the theatre s' \ Guaranteed Recaps

Politics makes strangp bedfellows is an old owner. Compare These Prices
Baying. This week when I saw Clifford Webb hit
town all of the wheels in my feeble mind begin to

LANAHAN-Cut the appropriation to Edward spin. We know that Webb supported a South Florida Festival Slated 750-14 $7.95 800-15 $9.95

Waters College from $50,000 to $25,000per candidate for governor the last time; this candi- 670-15 7.95 820-15 9.95

year. Friend of the Negro--Nol date may run along with Hizzonner in '64. if the TALLAHASSEE The Annual 800-14 8.95 850-14 9.95.,1

LANAHAN-Cut the appropriation to Brewster layor gets past April of '63. The presence of Mr. Florida ,A&M Uni- 710-15 8.95 900-14 9.95

Hospital Isolation Ward for Negro Childrenfrom Webb lends credence,to the story that Mr. Burns' versity Fine Arts Festi- 760-15 9.95 950-14 9.95

$15,000 to $7,500 per year. Friendof jpposition is coming, from out of town.In addition. val will'be held April

the NegroNolLANAHANCut some of the Irish met with Mr. Webb on Wednesdayof 7-13 in the Student SPECIAL OFFER! -

the appropriation to Brewster this week. Jnion Building. The
Reports are that the Negro gentleman who quali- theme selected for the Bring the picture of Mr. Moreland shown at
Hospital from $8,600 to $5,000 nAr
year-- reduction off
Friend of the Negro--Nol fied for City Commissioner Group 2 has gone on a festival is 'Kodern Man right and you'll be given $1.25

LANAHAN-Cut the appropriation to the Negro trip. Rumors are also that his, candidacy is one of end the Arts.." every Tire you purchase.Moreland.

Children's Nursery from $5,000 to $3,000per the colored "Vote-Getter* s' grandiose schemes. FOR SALE Tire Co.
year--friend of the Negro-Nol Tis also being:said that the plan is beginning to

LANAHAN-Caused 3 employees out of each backfire.We West Jaz-10 RM Duplex, 3409 Myrtle Ave. at 24th EL 4.9451

100 persons employed I by the' city to be haven't seen our friend Dot Reese for some & 5 HI Cottg.-180 Ft.-

cut off by cutting off 3% of the amount time. They say that she found a pot of gold at Frntg. Bargain $9,500 The Most Modern Recapping Equipment I ,
the foot of the rainbow andhas been to Mars...Es- Phone EL 6-5949
budgeted to each city department.Friendof .
-- - - - - -
the People I --NoI sie McCray Silva, honored $aughter Jolita with a

LANAHAN-Didnft want the fire protectionfor surprise birthday party Wednesday night at Con- .BP'BBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBB.BBBB11
tinental '!Bowling) Lanes. Joliia{ is a senior at New

25th your Street homes and by having Myrtle a Avenue fire stationat whichwas stanton..:..Marian Button Walker is nearing the |E CHOP DOWN FOOD PRICES AT
Friends wishing good luck and
blessed event. are
proposed by MAYOR BURNS and approvedby

at the the-ground City Commission.breaking ceremonies Mr. Lanahan for said the making wild Most country people guesses think thousands as usual that of-Kantanga girl miles or boy a? part They of are a .i I :Moncrief & Edgewood Super Markets i

new fire station that it was a much needed
right Kantanga is wild but it is on .
facility and that he was proud that he had .
'side of town. Its a rock and roll dance hallwhere"
west .
worked for its reality. The truth of the "
week the combination .
gather. Last ,
matter 'Is--Mr. Lanahan offered the resolu- teen-agers else they had I .
of heat, music and whatever .
tion to-take the $35,000 for the fire
proVed too much for one of the customers as he .
station budget. This action, if passed, raped a teen-aged girl in the rest room of the .
would have denied the West side of Jack- place' We wonder why is it that almost anything 0 Open 7 days .. Ph.. .
sonville the additional fire ,
protectionit can happen on this side of the tracks. .
badly needed. This resolution was defeated *tis political hunting season and the wolves are = a week PO 5 9494to .

by one vote of the city council. an the prowl. Alfred Harrell and J.C. Holland are =

NOW READ THIS: In the Jacksonville I Journal among the 'political operators" on the prowl. = ..

Wednesday, February 27, 1963, i it reportec"The Nip Sams the original 'political operator" is 7 I... 12 J.JL. .

--- council also referred to committee retired now. His position of top To" Is up for ..

another request by Burns for funds to ,grabs.: .. ., .

purchase an additional lot at Myrtle

Avenue and 25th Street fire station at a I P1_

cost of $11,168. The first request referred i CUTPork 39C SELECT

protest Burns for to was committee an a additional request because by$13,800 Mayor of Lanahan1s to Haydon ma e pa\nt\ UP' f\x\ Up [ CHOPS ..6'' Beef LIVER 29CIb.. E

up the $23,000 needed for a study of the .

Police Department of our fast growing Spring Special .
city by the International Police Chiefs.. 59C 1 DCi
Association. This request if grantedwould
lisid Outside
have given the city of Jacksonville, STEAK Neck Bones

Florida one of the finest police departments I.. I.. :
in the country. Friend of the Negro FLAT LATEX PAINTCkfateEm .

LANAHAN-Offered--Nol I a resolution to ..reducethe i GROUND ROAST 59 T-B8NE 69Ci


appropriations by taking out of-the$60,000 Police defeated from Department the by- BEEF: 3Iis. 9ge BEEF .I" STEAK 11.i, :

This resolution was
one vote of the' city council. Now Mr. LOFT FINISH AT BUDGET PRICE .

Lanahan is trying to make the police de- fe. c.. .. tko .. ta.hawtr SELECT GRADE 'A'
partment an issue in the campaign. The ..InJIr tot tabh B $1.10 I 290Ik. i
department he attempted to sabotage. ...*t cod.1. *. apply wflfcbrmk
same or rolto. MM tohi eewlse
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