The Florida star

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The Florida star
Uniform Title:
Florida star (Titusville, Fla.)
Alternate Title:
Place of Publication:
Titusville Fla
S.W. Harmon
Creation Date:
March 30, 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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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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1 I. 1 O ff1: 0 Commission SpeedS Annexation: Action

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I" t', For $2.Million Housing Developmente

MARCH 30 1953 ,
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12-HO. 52SATU8BAY 15 CENTS * '* * * * *

ro Sponsors Foundation Aids i EweBENEFICIAL HAS A.IOIleIS

I a UYTRAGENCY ATTACKS Get Approval Civil Service

From AtRcy EI.5 O.ltq

.1 U.S. HOUSING meeting With theCommisslot slated for Service The Board Examiners of Civil of

BIA$ afternoon, after Friday the the Air Jacksonville Station announcedthe Naval

STAR had
gone to press, N.
... holding of a com-
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t VA Promis.s Mlw To You-ii Districtsd' 2 Negroes--r --r File ", the expected City Commission give the was petitive apprentice examinationfor trainingin

: 'green, light' for annexation -
I Nitioiwiie skilled trades.Jacksonville .
Integration Suit of a 10-acre '
VioltUs Constitution Of Fl. 1 residentsare
y Crackdown tract of ,land which
Tampa U. urged to take advantage -
Against .
will later be developedinto
GESTURE -- Clement Slade of examinationsfor
M CHICAGO -- A nation- By Eric 0. Simpson TAMPA Claiming that a $2-million Negro (left) vice president of Pennisular Life civil service posi-

wide crackdown by the the university is not a 'bousing development. Insurance Company presents check for $500 tions in the Jacksonville -

Veterans Administration Hold everything! If what I just read'' in private institution in The area under consideration to Edward Waters College Librarian Guy area Positions

t against real estate the Florida Statutes, Article 3, section that it has received for annexation Craft for purchase of library materialsand are with City of Jack-

bickers who discriminate 4 of the Florida Constitution, page 797 substantial support from is located on outer also a $300 college scholarship check. sonville, Duval County

against Negroes and is true then all of the additional sena- City of Tampa. Hills- Uoncrief Road and is The event took place during Wednesdaymorning' and Federal Civil' Ser-

I other minority groupsin tors and members of the House of Repre- borough County and the owned by the Church of s student assembly. EWC President vice. Examinations will

sales of VA propertywas sentatives elected last Tuesday were doneso federal government since God in Christ, Western introduced Mr. Slade to the students. The
be held in the near
announced Monday by illegally. its establishment, two Florida, Inc. locatedit presentations were made through the Penni- future by examinating
John'S. Gleason Jr. ,
Here is what it says: '388 Chelsea St. here. sular Insurance Foundation.
filed suit
Negroes in
a .
boards of the bodies.At
:,veter-. .
admin.istrator.o. "Eligibility of legislators; remuneration .. Present plans call for
; J.S.. District Court here
I rans affairs -.. ,,- construction of 200 __ ( Photo by Baker ) the Naval Air Sta-
Wednesday seeking to tion, base for beginning -
Gleason's announcement "Section 4. Senators and members of garden type units, believed Juan Denies Suit
I was the outgrowth of the House of Representatives shall be integrate the Universityof to be the largest ; apprentices is

complaints, that separate duly qualified electors in the Tampa. $1.84 per hour with
respective investment of its type
lists of VA propertieswere counties and districts for which they Plaintiffs James A. ever undertaken by North Claims Property Deed FalseBy periodic increases until
Hammond the fourth and final
given by some were chosen.The pay for the members. ." an Flo ri da Negroes.The Alyson E. Wise
of training is com
brokers to prospectiveNegro If I, understand it correctly, it simply contractor and Miss annexation measure year
and white custo- Hazel Louise Gibson pleted. Apprentices are
means that any persons elected to the was introduced by Mayor Complications entered the picture this selected for the follow

mers.Complaintants were House of Representatives must be quali- high school, teacher, Hay don Burns who later week following filing of a $15.000 damage ing trades: Aircraft
a fied voters in the districtfor charge they were pre- said that State Sen.
Charles S. Chubb actinf county AND suit- by two persons against a home improvement Mechanic, Electrician,
I manager of the Illinois ,, _, ,,which they were ho.sen.'A: vent from entering the John' E., ,Mathews had adris'hd company when otle.o the plaintiffs Electronics Mechanic,

branch 'of the veteransAdministration r don't think_it ,means,.,that "a person': ,eyeuibg-division\ usojfle-, him that the Duval 'gave' sworn testimony that hd Maehinist, Metal smith.

'and the shall be elected to the House under some ly-on' 'the basis of llgislative delegation 'never intended to file the suit" 'and Pipefitter, Plumber,

Congress on' Racial senseless, unexplained, meaningless race. woald hear the annexation he had never deeded the mortgaged property Refrigeration and Air
Equality. "Group" plan, or that a person livingin Plaintiffs list as defendants bill along with the over to the cO-J !lintiff. Conditioning Mechanicand

Noting that the Veterans one district may be elected in another. the universityCarl proposed airport billon Daniel Price of 2400 Sheetmetal Worker.

Administration is to Last Saturday E. D. Jackson, Jesse D. Broreln chairman Friday.It claimed in a swOrn deed is not legal because The apprenticeshipprogram

dispose of. 1.094 dwell- Lane and I petitioned the U., S. District of the board of was learned that the affidavit that he and I have never consists of four

ings in Chicago which Court to hold up last Tuesday's Special trustees;the individual Federal Housing Adminis- his son had gone to the signed a deed."Furtheraare. years of correlated

return into its handsas General Election on the grounds that the members of the board; tration had approved office of Jess Durdenat I have group and classroom

guarantor of mort- manner in which the election was set up University President rinancing of the project 225 Tall eyrand St. never Intended any suit work includes trade

gages when payments by denied citizens of the various districtsand David M. Delo; James W. art withheld funds since and had been shown a against Mr. Durden and science mathematics,

purchasers have defaulted in this case District 2, of their Covington dean of the the; project area was not photostatic of a deed Mr. Durden has always trade theory, blueprint

Gleason said "For constitutional right to elect a person evening division of the within the corporate which revealed that he been fair and honest reading shop sketching,

1 the first time, we will from their district and of their own university and WillisJ. limits of Jacksonville. had signed property with me and he has ful- trade drawing Indus-

require approved property choosing to represent them in the House. Dunn director of adk Passage of the annexation located at 1894-1898 W. ly completed his contract trial English and Industrial -

; management and sales Jackson had won a majority of the votesin 'missions and registrar. measure would make Fifth St. over to Mrs. as agreed." Organization.
f District 2 in which he lives but Tom he taxable by
brokers to certifYspecifically Brorein was said to property Price.In Last week, the $15,000 School time averages
and in Greene, his opponent who lives outside have been unavailablefor the city'and would placeit the affidavit Mr. suit against Jess W. 320 hours a year.

4 writing that they will that district gained a larger number of comment but Tampa under similar obligations Price stated, "I would Durden charging the There are no minimum
sell votes from other districts.The Atty. Chester Ferguson., as Jacksonville's like to state that I home Improvement of- education 0 r ejperie&eerequirements
not refuse to or -
three-Judge court composed of Judges vice chairman of the taxpayers.The have never in my life ficial with fraudently for the
rent VA property to any Bryan Simpson Elbert P. Tuttle and board said: Commission directed signed a deed over to acquiring the Price position of Apprentice,

person because of race Warren L. Jones denied the plea for an "We will examine the City Atty. William M. anyone, giving them' property was filed first year. However ALL

color, creed, or national injunction on the ground that there was suit and see if there It Madison to draw an annexation title to my property.I Jointly by Mrs. Louella. applicants must take a

origin." absence of constitutional evidence to any basis to it.If it ,is bill authorizing have never given Price and Daniel Price. written examination. The'
Gleason said the new support the claim. The court however, meritorious we will the ci" to takeover anyone, including Atty. Releford IcGriff examination will coaeist
I order is supported by an said* that it will study the arguments the, tra:,c_ which is Louella Price any of
recognize it. If it is is attorney for the of (1) ability to solve
executive order by Pre- offered by the plaintiffs and the de- uninhabited.
f*sently my rights to the property.
we'll defend." plaintiffs. problems In measurement,
sident Kennedy effected fendants.As. .
Further, since I ratio and
last November which directed it stands now, the district which t Hrector Hurley discovered a deed to percentage
SE RegloHal Slayer GetsLife proportion, scaling,
has at least
federal departments covers the Ortega area now Louella Price, this fractions, decimalsthe

agencies and to take allied action one three Senator representatives since Representatives to the House George and To Speak SIlt lay IB St. P 111 l Cancer Society Sentence an d metric pulleys system;, gears(2)

Stallings, Tom Greene, Fred Schultz and
preventing discrimination With this year's mi mbership goal set ate Kiksoff DriveThe knowledge aad understanding -
Senator John Matthews all live in Ortega.P. .
in sales of housing 20,000 members, th Jax Branch of the of mechanical
S. Attorney General Richard Irvin, Eugene J. Butler
facilities operated and NAACP--the second 1 irgest in the South- Branch of the American principles aad devices
of State Tom Adams, both
owned by the federal and Secretary eastern area--will k Lckoff its membership Cancer Society launchedits p1 and of basic physical
make yourselves great guys
of could
government you campaign Sunday with Southeastern Regional 1963 Cancer Crusade science; (3) pattern
Major AI'poinkieRt with the citizens of Florida by pointingout NAACP Director Mrs. 1 I why Hurley as keynotes with a ick-off dinner matching (4) word meaning -
: the denial of the people's rights so s s Tuesday March 19 at the English; (5) Civics -
that the implementation of the Reappor- speaker.The 4 Z1 Brewster Hospital Cafe- and Americas History -
yy.. tionment Act be properly carried out. program will get
teria. The keynote
{ underway at 4 p.m. in ; ; and (6) Algebra
It is our belief that this is a matter St. Paul AXE Church. speaker was Dr. Robert fundamentals ad problems
for the State of Florida to handle; but ::; _
Myrtle Avenue and 13th J. Samp and basic (I&HI etry.
if you gentlemen can't see your way to lecturer and can- About Ttt hours will be
grant citizens their rights under the Street. from the
cer specialist required for the exami
Born and reared in WILLIE C. WIIUAMS
.Florida Supreme
Florida Constitution.
rX. University' of Wisconsin. nation.
:court, here we come.Florida Washington D.C.. Mrs. Capers Bradhaa servedas Charged with the fatal The teat will be held

$ Ruling Hurley graduated from toastmaster and set shotgun slaying 0 f his in Jacksoavllle. The
r Miner Teachers Collegeand father-in-law, joe
the tempo for the eve- minimim age limit is
Miami leader Reversed attended Terrell Lai ning's activities.' I.M.' Nathan Brown last Dec. '6. 'There is BO maximum

AtaiRsl School later being Sulzbacher. presidentof 24. Willie C. Williams, Age. The passing gradeis

WASHINGTON By a 5-4 spIt here Tuesday employed in Washington's the Duval County Unit 39, was given a life at least 10 without

/ the U.S. Supreme Court reversed the con- only Negro bank before of the American Cancer sentence in prison daring regard to veteran pre-
working for the United this week
the hearing
emphasized a
Society ference. Application
citation against Father Theodore R.
tempt RUBY
States Treasury Depart- HURLEYin seriousness of the pro before Circuit Judge
CHICAGO---Dr. Benjamin Gibson of Miami who. while serving as Alabama. When Alabama forms may be
blem and urged those John M. McNatt. Illlieos, from Civil flerviee, U.
Mays, president of More- Miami Branch of the the organizers the NAACP fro
president of the One of enjoined present to help the estranged from his wife S. Poet office or Boardof
house College, Atlanta, of
and charter in the
National Association for the Advancementof Branchof operating state Butler reach its goal at that time, fired and Civil' gerviee BxMinera. -
and a member of the the Washington the regional office was
United States National Colored People had refused to turn the NAACP. she later of $7500.00. Sulzbacher hit her during the incident Jacksonville'
organized its Youth moved to Atlanta.As reminded the group that but she has re Station.
Commission for UNESCO, over the branch's membership list to a Naval Air
the result of the minutes someone covered from the wound. date for the
out- two
Council where her every Closing
the committee.
named to
has been investigating
state legislative Rev. George Lee and Emmett -
advisory council of the In declaring the majoriFather Gibson was standing efforts brought: Till cases--both dies of cancer. Planes Claim applications April
her to the attention oi. "The slogan of this 3, 1968.
Institute of European president of the Miami
ty opinion. Justice ol whoa were killed in
when the Association'snational year's drive "This Is Mai's life -
Studies, Chicago-head- Arthur L. Goldberg chapter in 1959 office. Mississippi-Mrs. Hurleywas -
quartered nonprofit the Florida leztslative r Your Life" really haa.elDing" OKLAWAHA-Jimmy Ramsey The iMide Story
stated, "Nothing we Mrs. Hurjey initialliconducted nationally cited by
organization: which con say here impairs or investigative COB- membership, numerous publications the speaker 57, was found burned to About HaydOB Burns

.cta study programs nies the existence of I mittee demanded that,-he campaigns In five. the story of her work continued, "In this death when fire destroyedhis His Bole Xa Closing

abroad for U. S. col- the underlying legisla- (Gibson) turn over the Southern States prior. also appearing in Look campaign we are workingnot home early last Sunday -, The Golf Courses
-. .l'. e students ,_ chapter' a membership to directing the Southeastern only for others but morning Sheriff His Role IB The RiotsJ
f '0 ire right to investl- Ust Regional office
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THE FLORIDA STAR .". i'" 1 1 ,.

NEWS .' .]1 yS ., .tj4 1 '' *POLITICS AS USUALBY : I

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E. WISE........._......News EtiferHILBA Assistant Labor Secretary Weaver

mm.....................C arc. ota t foe Nnafir Heads ILO Discrimination Committee

w WASHINGTON D. C.---Assistant Secretary of

MAIN OFFICE & PLANT .3 j'xi Labor George L-P Weaver has been flawed

.," chairman of a newly formed Committee on

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4-6783 at its current Geneva session.The .

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MAILING AIIRESS: is a specialized agjyicy o& the United

P..- 8. RBI 561, Jacks.iiillt 1'1 Fliri.aSURSCRIPTIIN .. Nations with both management, .
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t the health, safety and working

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around the world.
Subscription payable in Advance .
151 ,: 3p .L O .J.\, The new committee on Discrimi-
Send Check or Money order to: k r\ .J ,:, nation was appointed to considerthe
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Jacksonville 1 Florida ..,, ,..0:<: :).' most effective manner of
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IETWEEN THE LINESBy I ..J" J,";.t"......!J. .4'I,.. and occupation
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GORDON B. HANCOCK for ANP ur-T... ; .. .....'"...t. I.. ::....,....,. "As a part of its long-standing fight a-

,/ gainst discrimination, a Convention and
t, Recommendation against discrimination in
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Negro leadership is for the present con- employment and occupation was passed by

centrated on opportunities for Negroes in the ILO at its 42nd Session in '
WHY June 1958;
upper echelons of Negro economic and NOT FULLY ACCEPTED 1' said Mr. Weaver. "And now this special
social life. In other
of words the emphasis Committee has been established for the
leadership is
vocational.It positional and not purpose of proceeding more vigorously in

would securing the full application of the Convention -
one of the '
of Negro leadership to ignore gravest the mistakes ; and Recommendation."

implications of these strenuous times.economic In You Weekly I Mr. Weaver, who is Assistant Secretary for

spite of the advances we have made and .. International Labor Affairs, pointed out
are H that the ILO is the only internationalforum
making along ,
some lines the fact remains '" i '0'
that in times of peace as in times of war : specifically active combating world-

the Negro is the first fired and the last, .. Horoscope Guide wide discriminatory practices in the field '
employment and occupation.
hired and the implications of this tragic
situation are "As a result of the establishment of the
a challenge to Negro leader-
ship. We are not ; Committee on Discrimination." he declared
going places by ignoring
these tragic implications. By PABLO The ASTROLOGER "the ILO will become a world repository or

Automation is Just in its r! WHICH clearinghouse for information and techniquesin
infancy; and it ARE YOUR LUCKY DAYS FOR
still has to do its tragic'work among Ne- combating discrimination affecting work-

groes. When we read that Negroes 16-21 BUSINESS LOVE TRAVEL ing people all about the glo ?e." .

years old are 50 per cent unemployed, we -" ".... Assistant Secretary Weaver went on to say,:,

get an inkling of what lies ahead for the 'President Kennedy pointed out in his

Negro. And the pathetic part of this Special Message on Civil Rights that racial

situation is nobody seems particularly ARIES apt to be created In ally true, as each individual that may be considered discrimination in employment is injuriousboth

interested. To all intents and purposes Born March 21st thru connection with your has long been revolutionary. This will to its victims and to the national

Negro leadership has deserted the Negroeson April 19th loves ones, family for- recognizable to be accountable enable you to avoid economy, for it results in a great wasteof

the lower echelons of racial existence. tunes, health or employ- for his or her situations that could human resources and creates serious community -

Everybody is interested in higher and You nay consider yourself ment. Fortunately your actions. It simply is a bring you trouble In problems.

higher positions with nobody giving a hoot very lucky if you mental powers should be matter of character and your home and profes- "The ILO's activities in combating this

for what becomes of Negroes in the lower have old friends to whom at their peak and especially training, and this may sional surroundings type of discrimination will be a servicenot

echelons. In other words the attention of you can give your confi quick to grasp be the crusial period in 1-40-88-19-83-148 only to other nations, but to our own,

current Negro leadership is fastened on dences. It would be to the problems and their your life" when .you..will, '", as well,...where-sueh-discr-iwiTiation iir-feher

possibilities for Negroes on the higher your advantage to"fre: logical' solutions. have to rely on either CAPRICORNBorn : employment and occupation field:'

levels, although the masses of Negroes are quent social or club 6-70-88-13-82-678 one or both to handle Dec. 22nd thru 1. An intensive promotional and educa-
on the lower levels. Just what is to become circles been around the CANCERBorn difficult problems and tional program aimed at increasing and I

of Negro masses is somebody's businessbut world, or who know life June 22nd thru situations. Mistakes can spreading available knowledge about the '

whose? is the question. The whole in its multitudinous July 22nd have far wider reper- There is a very pro- suggestions for national action against

matter of integration awaits our answer to aspects. There is much cussions than formerlyand mising development tak- discrimination in employment and occupa- '
that could learn
you ing place in the form ofmigbQ'
question whose concern is the welfare of VitL the entry of Jupi- you should set out pation.
from such
the masses of unlettered Negroes? This is encounters. ter Into your solar 10th to keep them to an abso- Jupiter enteringyour 2. The ILO acting as a clearinghouse for
Remain conservative regarding solar 4th house. It
the bracket including Negroes between 16 the distribu- house you are likely to lute minimum. may still take a little information along lines similar to those

and 21 years old. gain a powerful ally to 9-10-22-14-63-912 already adopted by the ILO in other cases
tion of business funds, while for the majority, '
We recently had the privilege of listen- if you are aware of the aid you in raising your LIBRA for its full effects to of worker needs. :--' 'y. f,;, ?_ -.

ing to several of our better prepared possibility that income prestige or expanding Born Sept. 23rd thrum be felt. Meanwhile go 3. A program of research on, the subjectof

leaders who were insistent on Negroes pre- could tie curtailed for your business interests.But Oct. 23rd about your usual business -' employment and occupational discrinl-

paring for higher and higher positionsand awhile. Although you may ambition alone will according to tried nation.

this was as it should have been. But feel quite anxious to not get you far unlessyou The dictates of your and true methods. PRESIDENT KENNEDY PAYS TRIBUTETO
this insistence and personally cooperateby heart second to
persistence in no way herald the approach of may come 3-40-22-17-86-342
answers the question that should be haunt- spring, be guided by working harder than the desire to stabilizeyour THE AMERICAN NEGRO PRESS
ever before. If you feel life or to elimi-
Ing as namely, what is to become of the actual weather condi- AQUARIUSBorn
unemployed millions of Negroes who cannot tions before shedding the lack of sufficient nate economic worries. Jan. 20th thru WASHINGTON. D.C. In a tribute to the

achieve a living in the upper echelons of WanD clothes. capital ot carry out You may have to commit Feb. 18th Negro Press on its 136th anniversary
life ? certain expansion projects yourself one way or another President Kennedy has declared that in

The fact that no escape from an awful 4-50-33-11-32-453 make the neces- to the proposi- When spite of hardships Negro newspapers have
you are confrontedwith
economic debacle is in sight should not sary inquiries or contacts ,- tion that two can live "never stopped working toward the goal of
making a choice between
to make for cheaply than one. equal "
TAURUS up more opportunity.
close to the of
our eyes consideration our sound
impending plight. Negro leadership is Born April 20th thru this deficiency. It is Once your word has been and those The White House message went to the
more on the -
under a bounden obligation to face up to May 20thIt propitious for trips given you should refrain frivolous side National ,Newspaper Publishers Association
long or short, or for you '
from secret activitiesor on the eve of the foundinz'
the challenge squarely. to utterly ignore would do ofFreedom's
clinching deals that are yourself the
what in to looks if will skip rendezvous Journal the first American NegrO
we are a way helpless prevent as you pending. greater service by taking -
does not seem the wiser course. have to use diplomacy, could sow the seeds of the former. Resist newspaper, which was launched by John I
distract and misunder-
We would be better prepared for the ordeal or the services of inter- 530661348536LEO Neither the Insistence of rather B. Russwurm on March 16, 1827 and in salute !

awaiting us if we could have been mediaries if you wish to standings.ob your domineering persons. to NNPA for its sponsorship of the i i
J nor well-being
wise to the teachings of Booker T. Wash- knock on important doors Born July 23rd thru. should be placed in Including some of your 25th annual observance of National Negro J

ington who advocated industrial educationfor Whether yon are selling Aug. 22nd jeopardy by carelessnesson mind and get everyone Newspaper Week March 17-23. !

which whites of the moment are clamor- your talents, creationsor part. else to accept what you Said the President: ': I
ing. One of our prominent white dailies a business proposi- Although you possess an have decided as final "When John B. Russwurm published the

recently said "Nationally, the lack of tion, you are not apt to Imposing figure all by 4-50-33-12-28-453 (4th). Be especially first Negro newspaper on March 16, 1827, '

skilled trades-men has become a serious go very far with the yourself, you can become watchful to make certain human slavery was an entrenc. atf i/istitt&T''-:

matter: for despite the unemployment brusque and direct ap ,a veritable tower SCORPIO that all your cash and tion in- our nation Only --sadl-"baad: "" .,

figures there are many good jobs abeggingfor proach. Obtain the hearing of strength when yon Born Oct. 24th thru other valuables are Americans in that period had a firs fail*' ,

someone who can bake bread, repair or results you desire have someone who is wiser 22ndIf safely locked in the coining of freedom. .Their .faitb ill
Nov. up.
shoes, plumb a sink, cut a steak or get through subtle and and older to whom the future was inspired and nurtured by

an automobile" engine running smoothly around-the bush methods.Be you can turn for advice. 8-90-44-15-75-894 the Negro newspaper. IfPAGEl

again. careful about gettingtoo You should avail your you are already enjoying -
"Looking back at this period one Mist
The same daily was advocating the erec- deeply involved in self of this opportunity a fair measure of PISCES
serious economic
that despite
tion of a technical high school which was if it is present In security where you live observe
being proposed for whites. We are goingto an attachment or adventure order to forestall the and work It would be Born Feb. 19th thru hardships the American Negro Pros has
that could get
string along with Negroes who are still in trouble with the various threats and pit- foolhardy to place it in March 20th never stopped working toward the goal of '
you equal opportunity. _
against the industrial educa- for the sake
prejudiced falls that are lying in Jeopardy
family or others who can
There is no raore--rjgjajfflgr p4pter in i
tion advocated by Washington but we are You of change. Everything You never know what the !
use their power against your present path. our history than the one in whUeir the Negro ,
not better to be industrially other party whether an
asking is it could suffer an irrepa- points to the conserva-
employed than to not to be employed at you. rable loss of cash or tion of the home and ally or rival may have Press inspired Negro fellow citixen \
automation has thrown its I 9-80-55-18-45-985 up the proverbial sleeveAs to seek better education for theaselves :
before that
all? And property through theft affectionate ties
and their children, to build better ,
intuition should
mighty weight in the economic GEMINI damage If you have not have been your mainstay your schools to foster their arts and to carve
will be wel- not be but
only good unexcelled -
industrial employment f
taken previous precautions "up till now. You may be
Born .May 21st thru : it not be out their own economic opportunity.
comed. to make them abso- future hap- may
danger is. Negroes are going to June 21st too difficult for you to "Today, over a century later, we are
The *- lutely secure.. piness and peace of mobilizing all our resources to completethe
them and take over figure out just what is
let the whites outguess 3-80-55-18-83-385 4ind in peril If you task of full emancipation and to remove
industrially before Negroes wake up to It is good sense to follow going to be sprung on
the lead of new the last vestiges of second das
This writer has great forget the unpleasant you. The 4th should be
what Is going on. .VIRGO but. eccentric acquaintances In this task the Negro news
in the lowly Negroes and feels that eveats of the past, unless the ideal day for you to citizenship.
who be attempting -
may will continue to
to them Born Aug. 23rd thru and discover what paper. I am confident,
they only need a leadership alert they can give rod; to lure yon Into pry eoDtrl-
I. and important
; to what is going on. But if er- clues as to how you Sept. 22nd their circles and you want to know and make a significant'

ship deserts 4the lowly Negro what is our should henceforth con- Because of the compulsive strange pursuits. to take discreet measures bution. '
duct your life and af- generated by to protect your- The Negro Press. .Emancipation. .rreedon's -
? force
f hope ton 2-20-77-11-46-271 is the these of
released figures promise"
Urban League fairs. Hard-learned les- of Uranus self from any surprises
thi e.. effect our that in the age bracket 16-21 sons could prove their the presence Pluto In your Sun! SAGITTARIUS whatsoever. You may be celebration which is currently being observed
cent of the Negroes are un- and by Negro newspapers, eMteflfces> edIacatioQal -
t confronted by
years 50 per that Negro worth in helping you to aifcn. you say sometimes Born Nov. 23rd thru a personor and organizations
have a challenge situation that could institutions
r employed we prepare for save, sort.nif-ILSbe 'led to believethatyou Dec. 21stIt
r to its utter dismay the United States mJ groups
-' serious dif- throughout
leadership must showdown that seems to cause you
control oyez
'leadershipand birth day of the Negro-
I f chagrin. Is Negro be looming. A rather what you thiak.s&T or seems wiser for you ficulties. took note of the March J8.

interested ? difficult situation is do. This Is not essentl-. not to make any moves 7-60-88-13-89-768 Press on Saturday.

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Plans Completed For Annual Event Program Narrator

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We saw the beautiful azalaes in bloom and knew

i that spring was rapidly approaching. IT" S HERE1

And we are happy!

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4 .Tyi x Good: fortune was:with us this week, and we saw

both the Cotillions and Kardettes in action.

Y Mrs. Carrie Parsons entertained the Cotillion

Whist Club at the Eldorado Club Saturday evening.
Mrs. Elvin Roulhac, Mrs. Evelyn Walker. and Mrs.

Mary Singleton were top scorers in the whist
t T4
Mrs. Josephine Cleveland, Mrs. Olga Higgin-

s. botham, Mrs. Edith Weston, Mrs. Erie Alexander,
Mrs. Hortense Brown, Mrs. Viola Monroe, Mrs. "" :,

Marjorie Gilmore and Miss Berntce Cornell were

among ,other members participating. in the
SPRING SOCIAL'S SPONSORS---Officers and members of Alpha Zi' Chapter of Theta Nu Sigma Sorority of meeting.

the National Institute of Cosmetology have completed plans for their annual Fashions on Parade and

.... .... .... .... .... ....
Ball slated for Saturday night, March 30th at 9 p.m. in Elks Auditorium, 712 W. Duval Street. The MISS BETTY JEAN JACKSON, the daughter of Mr. and

1 affair is one of the Sorority's major social events during the calendar year and the public is in- _. Mrs. Emory Jackson 2020 Woodside Ave. will

vited. Standing from left are: Pledgee Eddie Lee Brown, Mrs. Callie Jackson, basil eus; Mrs. Minnie Mrs. Mable Jones Invited Mrs. Myrtis and Mrs. serve as narrator Saturday night when the AlphaZi

'Lee Alexander' ,anti basil eus; Mrs. Edna Lewis, treasurer; Mrs. Lila Anthony, graamatarian; Mrs. Margaret Starkes,as guest players when she entertained Chapter of Theta Nu Sigma Sorority of the

Eula Brown, business manager; Mrs. Burchrene Slappey, parliamentarian; Mrs. Ola Mae Taylor, t ami as; Kardettes Bridge Club. The latterwas National institute of Cosmetology presents its

Pledgee Gloria Fowler and Mrs. Dorothy Mack. the recipient of the guest prize. annual Fashions on Parade and Ball in Elks

Mrs. Margaret Wilson won top honors in the Auditorium! 712 W. Duval Street.

Marriage Presi ent's Birthday Party Celebrants bridge session, an4 Mrs. Gwendolyn Stewart

Licenses" 5'yy qualified for the second place position. The BWI VacationerVISITING BIRTHS
y consolation award went to Mrs. Hatti Stewart.

I Other members enjoying Mabl e' s hospitality
Otis Jackson Jr. 983 W
S Included Mrs. Thomasina McFarlin, Mrs. Marie Mr. and Mrs. Henry Way;
Ashley st.,20 and Gloria .
Bryan, Miss Louvinia Solomon, Mrs. Grace West, Box 515, Call ah an ,
Ray 1553 W. Logan St.,
17. Mrs. Sybil Butler and Mrs. Sara Montgomery. Florida ; Girl.
Mr. and Mrs. Herman

Wm. 'M. Gales Franklin- .... .... .... .... .... .... Hopkins; 1550 Ella St. ;
tin N.C. 26 and Alta-
1 r Apt. II; Girl.
lease A. Kenchion, 4015 -
Fairfax St., 26. The Charming Ladies Bridge Club met last Friday Mr. and Mrs. Elgier

Clinton Dove, 2111 I evening with Mrs. Dorothy Dunlap as hostess. Bright; 727 W. Duval

M Tuskegee Rd. 20 ana a s Guest players were Mrs. Margaret Mathls and Street; Girl.
Mr. and Mrs. Roosevelt
Gwendolyn E. willis 205 Mrs. Elouise Fletcher.
Tuskegee Rd. 17. 'Members in attendance included Mrs. Delphinia Wilson1416; w: 30th St. ;
Apt. 12 Boy.
John H. Sanders 1650 Greene, Mrs. Hortense Brewington, Mrs. Ernes R T ;
Mr and Mrs. George
Dot St. 35 and Arnetta tine Poole, Mrs. Sophye White, Mrs. Clevel
Sullivan; 1484 W. 14th
McIntosh 2310 Moncrief Cromartie, Mrs. Josephine Cleveland, Mrs. Mar-

Road, 26.Bennie I garet Day, Mrs. Coretha Wilson and Mrs. Vernal Street; Boy.
Mr. and Mrs. Roosevelt
F. Sloan, Jr. Glover.
Steney 1241 W. Duval
( 1439 W. 5th St.24 and

June Buggs, 1222 Grothe vdn'3(d .... .... .... .... .... .... her husbandin Street; Girl.
Street, .21. Kingston, Jamaica, Mr. and Mrs. Alphonso

Ronald Brown, 2529 Summit HAPPY BIRTHDA !IAn aura of surprise ended in happy celebration' The West 'Eighth Street hOme'of Mr. and'MrL:' Mrs. Theresa the Smith house Pinkney; 1258 W. 6th

St. 18 .and Mary L. recently when members of the La Rosa Ladies Social-Civic, attend- Carlyle Davis provided the setting for the most Dennis was Street; Boy. .
j Borden 1763 E. 28th St. ing a regular meeting in the home of Mrs. Helen Myers 3527 Ar- guest of Dr. and Mrs. Mr. and Mrs Alvin
of Gems Bridge Club. The entire
recent meeting
the Brittish
19 disa Rd. rearranged the event into a surprise birthday party for Keene at Jefferson; 1359 W. 30th
E I Robt Lee Bennett Jax. their popular president Mrs. Lillie M. Smith. A delicious repast membership was present. Hotel. She also toured Street; Girl.
''JV Avery Mrs. Alvenla Scriven and Mrs.
Mrs. Lois Montego Bay and the ad-
Beach,Fla.:, 21 and Shirley consisting of turkey with all of the fixings was served and the in the bridge Mr. and Mrs. Harvey
Kathyrn Robinson were high scorers islands. While
Ree Curry, Jax. honoree was the recirient of numerous beautiful gifts. The social joining Harper; 4430 Trenton
session. 'Mrs., Marian Walker was recipient of she met
in Kingston Drive Girl.
Beach, 17. interlude was co-hosted by Mrs. Eppie Scott. Seated from left are: ;
- I Pa. Hendrieth, 301 S. Mesdames AlVenice McQueen, Lillian Wilscn, chaplain; President and the door prize. Count Basie and Sammy Mr. and Mrs. Reginald
I'' FIa39t11Dd1Vivivaa.'UJ.lamsjo" honoree Lillian Mrs. Sylvester Bossard, Mrs. Geneva Wheeler, Davis Jr. at National Ferguson; 1953 MeHarry
6th St.. Jax. Beach Mae Smith, Catherine Benjamin, assistant secre-
'. Mrs.Catherine Jackson, Mrs. Marie McClain, Hiss Stadium. She Avenue Girl.
tary.and.AleaseWallace; : parliamentarian. Standing from left: ,. ;
Zelma Johnson and Mrs. Myrtis Thomas were. _among.
; pleasant. Mr. and Mrs. Louis
reported a
''fi 301 S. 6th St. Jax. Mesdames Willie Mae Williams, recording secret ry; Mrs. Eppie "
Beach. Fla. 40. members in attendance. Dennis Council 1977 W. 28rd -
Mrs. ;
Scott treasurer stay.
; Emma Sparrow, first vice president Sarah Hood,

Willie C. Bragg, 22 Chatt-and financial secretary; Eleanor Bowens, Lola Graham, reporter; Ruby .... .... .... .... .... .... traveled b cth ways by Street Mr. and; Boy.Mrs. Robert
Tenn. ,
anooga Collins, second vice president; Pearlene Smith, Dorothy Scott, plane.. ..........
Mary A. Eads. 614 Shet- ') Mixson ; z.t3z Kinwood
ters Ave. Jax. Beach sinking fund treasurer; and Helen Myers, business manager. Mrs. Nan Fletcher was guest player, and Mrs. Bates DivorcedLITTLE Avenue; Boy. ,

D1nv4/4a c U.....",..., 1O..... (STAR photo by Billy Brown) Celestlne Nicks hostess, when Kelvinette Bridge Mr. and Mrs. Bert
Nathaniel J. Pi kett, Club met last Saturday evening in The Nicks' Johnson; 3814 Leonard
Concert Mrs. Daisy G. Bates,
1257 W. 16th St. 29 andY Preparations Henry Hastings West Twelfth' Street home. Circle W. ; Girl.
DA'S Class Play former state presidentof
Margaret J. Johnson, Mrs. Essie D. Silva Mrs. Barbara Harper, Mrs. Mr. and Mrs. John
At t New Stanton the NAACP received an
1257 W. 16th St., 25. Rites HeldLOS Pearl Mackey and Mrs. Thelma Greene qualifiedfor Scott; 2980 Exora Ct. ;
Set For May 20lh uncontested divorce last
I ,Samuel D. Humph rey. 950 Mrs. Eunice M. Richardson t ANGELES (ANP) prizes.The Boy.
week in Pulaski Chancery
Julia St 23 and Alice president t of the Funeral services were group was elated over reports that Mrs. Mr. and Mrs. David
DA s Class Play on May 20 Court from L. C. Bates,
P.' Butler; 723 W. Duval New Stanton Senior High held here recently for Ann Monroe would be attending future meetings.Ann .. Paden; 1425 F. 25th St. ;
to whom she was marriedat ,
street 19: School's Band Parents Henry E. Hastings, 83, has been absent because of' illness. Boy. .
Fordyce March 4, 1942
"Who Killed Aunt Caroline -
fta. Milton, 3163 Bras- Club announced that several retired actor and Participating in Saturday meeting were Mrs. Mr. and Mrs. Jasper
QUO St. .47 and Llllie committee appoint- ,"'a sparkling comedyin businessman and former Pauline Davis, Miss Daisy Gilli ard, Mrs. Doris Judge Murray 0. Reed Calvin; 921 W. 17th St. ;
3 acts will be awarded her $200 a month
Mae HcQieen, 3163 Bras- ments have been made in pre- official and organizerof Bennett Mrs. Emmalee George, Mrs. Geraldine Boy.

c QUe Street, 42. order to help promotethe sented by the Senior the Negro Motion Pic- H illiard, Mrs. Sara Lovett and Mrs. Dorothy support and approved Mr. and Mrs. Brooks
Walter Brown Jr. organization's annual Class of Douglas Ander- ture Assn. and the Elks their property settlement Bacon; 641 Fraaklia St. ;

1186 W. 21st St. 25 and presentation of the son High School, Monday Lodge in Oakland Calif. Oliver. which gave her Boy.

Bessie P. Roberts. 1456 symphonic band in con- Stay 20th at 7: 45 p.m. His survivors include a .... .... .... .... .... .... their home and the Mr. and Mrs. Eugene

1 W. State Street. 18. cert on April 26. in the school's gymna- daughter Mrs. Irene furnishings, except fora Baker; 949 W. Beaver
( television set and a
v' 4- 1. torium.DA Jackson; a son Frank, .J I Housewives turned out in large numbers for Street; Boy. .
i has always been known refrigerator.
ROYAL ART STUDIO and several grandchildren The Home Show held at the Duval Armory last 1
to produce very good .,
and great their
businessmen displayed
week. Merchants
ill j I 515 DAVIS STREET dramatic this year's productionsand class wares and services to capacity crowds on Wednes- MEET YOUR FRIENDSAT

S trier New at Reduced Prices intends to keep the Berly; Debris Bryantas day, Thursday directed, Friday activities., and Saturday evenings. THESAHARA

Photo Cards school's large dramatic Eleanor; Wrenda Ballard Ken Knight CLUI

Individuals following. Student and or Sandra Thomasas .... .... .... .... .... .... 5237 NEW KINGS RS. (near 45th St.)
Family Groups adult tickets are now Aunt Caroline; Rubell

Clubs on sale. Brinson as Miss Mabbitt. bridge DANCE ALL NIGHT Friday, Saturday Niteg
Frankie Summers gave a lovely
This year, you will The production will Mrs. March 2930thMusic
Black & White Color carol ettes Bridge Club
for members of Veil "
party "The Wonderful Twisters
by Mighty
Baldwin ,
see Johnny as be directed by the Wilson and I
Sepia Tale David; Preston Oliveras English department; last week-end. Mesdames Coretha players.Mrs. 9 p.m. to 4 a.m. The club is open for

Quality Photographs' Ricey; Forrest Sealsas C. L. Lee,, chairman; Gladys Bryant participated as Louvenia guest Newman 'private parties, club meetings, Monday

Churches- Weddings ,Social! Dan; Mary E. Bartley' M. T. Turner,. E. T. Jacqueline Hall and Mrs. through Thursday nights only. .
for guest prize.
as Louise: Beverly Will- Reed, V. E. King, R. L. qualified Juanita
Eill EL 4.1894NEWH.V.II5PRED iams or Patricia King Taylor and Randolph Other members present included Mrs. Per Resmatioa Call EY 4.3231
Mrs. Gloria Fort Mrs. Anna B.
as Agnes; Elathel Jenkins !Chimes. Intern. Davis, and Mrs.Ruth .
< SATin Mrs. Vivian Lewis Mrs. Emma Morgan .
Ernestine Poole. \\t\

ea Joed Cllttef .... .... .... .... .... .*.. :: GENE STINSON
: ,
A large attendance of friends. and relatives
gathered in the home of Mr. and Mrs. Latimer

Myrtle A.*. find Adams Pftom Et 4 1468 Williams 1667 University St.' to honor them on General Electric Representative

-- their 15th Wedding Anniversary Friday night

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lTIRJAY MARCH 30, 1963 FLORIDA STAR \ .Pier.. i

III jI : Simpson Methodist In Midst Of Its -.79th Anniversary Observance IMrs. I


.. Agnes M. Ball Inititiafes Religious Recreation Youth Center Final RehearsalsScheduled

Far- Reaching Missionary Program For


Mrs. Agnes M. Ball, supervisor of the Youth participants for

11th Episcopal District, with the fine cooperation the East and Westside

of her executive staff, has Easter Sunday 'Seven

initiated a long range-all inclusive program S F Last Words of Christ"

for the awakening of Missicnary Responsibility programs to be conducted -

-- in the 11th Episcopal Dis- by the Sing Along

trict. with Davis Singers are

reminded that only two
II The stated purpose is President, Mrs. L. S.
Saturday rehearsals remain -
fourfold. as in follows its declaration : Hadley, Y.P.D. Directed ,*.P_f. E. Clifford

1.To- sound the alarm South Florida Conference Davis 'tiAlted this Net.

that our culture is ; Mrs. Jeanette As in past rehearsals

changing' rapidly and Kelly, C.B. President Greater St. Matthew Bap-
bold new action by the tist Church, 614 Frank-
church is called for. Mrs. Mable Carroll. lin Street will be the

2. To present some pro- Y.P.D. Director. East J ,F \; locale of Saturday'S re-
--- "
blems faced by churchesin Florida Conference; Mrs. hearsal which begins
the urban areas. DEDICATION PROGRAM---opened for serving youth between the ages of six through teen years, the Lewis Highland
Estella C.B promptly at 12 o'clock
I 3. To train workers for Jones Community Prayer Center Club located at 1827 W. 41st Street, was dedicated recently- Mrs. Catherine McNair,
noon and the Westside
better service. 4. To President Mrs. W.E.A. director, assisted by Elder and Some of the youth members (shown Photo (right) from left: Mamie rehearsal will start at

suggest some lines of Harris, Y.P.D. Director.The Mrs. Ola Alexander and C. DeWitt, above are, left photo seated Jones, Gwendolyn Green, Betty 1:30 p.m. in Walter

ac tion. daily program con- supervise Bible classes every from left: Davis Porter, John Jones, Annie Lee McNair, Barbara Memorial NIlE Zion Church
To speed the sists of worship service
up imple- Friday night at 8 o'clock and Dennis Alveria Dennis, Clinton Jones and Director McNair, The 1014 Madison street.

mentation of these objectives beginning at 10:00 a.m. supervise a recreation program EverettSonneral Everett. Standclub is open to membership from. Parents are again re-
Mrs. Ball has
Inspitational sermon. Saturdays between 2 and 5 p.m. ing from left: Alfear Johnson youth throughout the city and minded to send or bring

divided the entire 11th Communion organizationfor Sunday School classes, are held Mitchell Wyche, Mary Wyche, the community is urged to sup- their children to eitherof

District into four areas Workshops, statementof every Sunday beginning at 10 a.m. Earline McSuder and Vivian Jones .port its activities. the two rehearsals

as follows: purpose lunch at (STAR photo by Billy Brown) locations. The children
Area 1, South Florida --
12:30 to 1:30. General
will be
guest of the
Conference; April 10-11. Assembly at 2:00 p.m. Mt. Zion Completes Set
Church Of Christ Program, Sunday Roosevelt Theatre man-
St Paul AME Church. Workshops begin at 2:15
CHURCH agement following the
St. Petersburg. Rev. A. p.m. Courses offered in Men's Day Leaders Written In Heaven 1:30: p.m. rehearsal
J.'Reddick. host pastor.
Missionary Education:
1 Rev. C.C. Brooks, host Leadership Training. Slate, For SundaySumner Sunday will be Pastoral Ministers, Deacons

presiding elder. Organization and Ad- NEWSI Day at the Church of

Area ::3. Orlando and East ministration Family G. Wiles and Christ Written in Heaven To Meet Sunday

N Florida Conferences; Raymond Wade superin- 1434 Kings Road,
Life and AudioVisualAids.
April 18-19 Rev S.M. The Calvineers Gospel' Singers and guest tendent and assistant Bishop J.C. Blakely
groups will appear in a gospel recital superintendent of Mt. pastor. The Ministers and

Peck, host pastor. Rev. Sunday night beginning at 7:30 pclock Zion AME Chu rch' s school Services will begin Deacons 5th Sunday Union

J.L. Wallace, host presiding Woodlawn Presbyterian in Mt. Salem Baptist Church 1549 W. 22nd have been selected as with Sunday School at which began Thursday

elder. Area 4. St. Deacon N.C. Troy sponsor. Friends respective chairman and 10 a.m. with Mrs Emma will close Sunday, March

West and Greater Florida CHURCH NOTESBY and the general public are invited. Rev. co chairman of the annual McClendon superintendent 31, Brother P. Daniels,

Conferences; April 24-25 -L.N. PEARSON. SR. W. Q. Rogers is host pastor. Men's Day obser- and teachers in president, announced.

.\ Ebenezer AME Church .......................... vance which will be be charge.delivered The sermon at will the f-i'\ S in Brother Daniels will be
The United Presbyterian \ charge. Choir 1 will
Live: Oak Rev. .M. C. usual hour. Choir 1 and
: Church Choir will rehearse present a Musicale under
Ross, host pastor Rev. Usher Board 1 will serve MRS THOMAS
Friday. March 29 The 42nd annual State Holy Convocation of the direction of SisterC.

I..D. Ford, host presiding at 8:00 p.m. All membersare the Churches of God in Christ, Western, throughout the day. Mrs. Mrs Essie Mae Thomas Clark.

elder.Cooperating. urged to attend and Florida will convene April 2.9 in Greater Dorothy Blakely will be. wellknown gospel groups The Missionary Depart-

closely be on time. State Temple, 338 Chelsea St. with Bishop the pianistaccompanist.YPCW other artists and in ment will be in chargeof

with Mrs. Ball will be Youth communicant Wales R. Nesbitt St. presiding prelate. begins at 6 p.m. dividuals will featurea Friday night's pro-
G with Mrs S.M. Brown and
fourteen conference classes are held each Theme for :the session is. "Christ is the Spring Musicale and gram. Missionary D.
.c the instructors
branch presidents and Saturday at 3:00 p.m. Source of Unquestionable Authority. charge. Evening worship program Sunday night Cooper is inviting all
in the Jlut. March 31 at 8:30 o'clockin concerned with the mis-

Y. P.O. directors as Church School will begin ......................... will be held at the Mother Midway AMF sion to be present.
follows: West Florida usual hour. Prayer meetings -
Sunday. March 31 at held Church Mrs. Darling G. Special lectures, ex-
Conference: Mrs. Ruby 10:00 a.m. in the George are Taylor sponsor and hortations, and prayerswill
Church will from 8 until 9
Yates, C.B. President; District 5 of Redeem Baptist *nightly* Rev. ..J. W. Jones. host....'- be offered for the
Washington Carver Ele- honor its leaders during an anniversary o clock. + .
Miss Willie J. Hutchins, mentary School with T.V. Sunday at 3 p.m. in the church.Mrs. Visitors always pastor. sick and needy.
program The is
Y.P.D.: Director. Greater Huger. superintendent in R.E. Rivers, program chairman is inviting welcome.Q&f1ituarfes. sponsored program in behalf being of The pastor will be in

11 Florida Conference; Mrs. charge. The school is friends and the general public. charge of Sabbath at

located at 2854 W. 45th ........................ Mother Midway's buildingfund. which time the Sabbath
L.M. Hansberry, C.B. .
Street. Mrs. Darling G. Taylor is sponsor of the SUMNER G. WILES School will be help
Marie B. Devotionals will be led
President. Mrs. The Morning worship gospel recital and program scheduled for from 10: 30 until 12: 30.
by Mrs. Viola Danielsand
Grimmage Y.P.D. Direc- service will begin at Sunday at 8:30 p.m. in Mother Midway AME celebrated Sunday. Rev. Thomas Kelly; 7720 Recreation and lunch

tor. Orlando Florida 10:55 a.m. with Rev. F. Church in behalf of the building fund. The two leaders have New Kings Road. Mrs. Quinella Fraser. will begin from 1:30
Mrs. Ruth Valdez
Conference; Mrs. Olivia D. Wilson, pastor Fellknown artist, singing groups and individuals selected the followingmen Mrs. Daisy M. Jackson; and will be concludedat
will introduce Willie
to head and
the TheUnited will feature as program par- serve on South Street Boulevard.Mrs. 3 p.m. Brdher Daniel
I L,with, C.B. President. bringing sermon.
Martin master of
the ceremonies -
major committees
Choir will sup- ticipants and the public is invited! Pev.j. : Irene Banks; 858 will give a brief, talk
Mrs. Arie A. Redfield and the welcome
Program. Henry Jenkins
d port the rites with C E. W. Jones is host pastor. Robinson Avenue. address will be at 3 p.m. and the Youth
Y.P.D. Director. Central Simmons Jr. at the ........................ and Nathaniel Davis; Bayard D. Rushing Sr. ; givenby Department will then
music, Chester Morse and Mrs. Virdie Elder and
Florida Conference; Mrs.AL.vSampson pi ano A Spring Musicale program will be held 710 E. 5th Street. present a special pro-
Virdon Brown general of the response by Deacon
C.B. Pre- Sunday. April 4 at 4 p.m. in the Churchof Rev. Benjamin McGruder; Albert gram sponsored by Mary
It is with great plea- group leaders John Taylor.
sident. Mrs. Mary Hagins 1434 Kings 1482 Windle Street. Gibbons.
Christ Written In Heaven. Morrow
of staff. Hostesses will be
sure that we welcome our Miss Yvonne Harris; 1353 com-
I Y.P.D. Director. Tampa Road and will feature the Gospel Trot- Chester Bible Class will beginat
visitors to this hour of Cowart and Spearing Street. prised of members pf the
Florida Conference; Mrs. worship. Please fill ters and the Barrington Singers, Deacon Arthur Hall; church Ned Owens; 2209 Forest Chit Chat Civic Club 10 a.m. Sunday.

Ethel M. Jones. C.B. out a, visitor's card Frank Bryant sponsor announced. school Joseph Pauline Street. along with Mrs. Virdie Elder R. Gibbons will
Jr. and Joseph Pauline deliver the morning
Mrs. Bulah Striglers; Elder Mrs. Hattie M.
8-(( ConcertAttracts
fir ; activities Monso- message at 11:30, aDd
2643 Bethel Road. Anderson. Mrs. Clauzell

2,000 Mrs. Mattie Lee Jones; Albin. Mrs. Carolyn Ham- the 3 p. m. message

SALE GOOD 7109 Richardson Poad. monds, Mrs. Bernice will be delivered by
M WEEK pacity crowd of 2.000 Morris Holmes; 5344 Douglas, and Mrs. Mavis Bishop M. Boston.
ALL ""'' The Hour of Spiritual
was present last nightas Spring Grove Road.
MARCH 27MAR. 31 Mattiwilda Dobbs Bennie Taylor; 632 W. Soloists will be Miss ,Development will start

2 DISCOUNT STORES lyric-coloratura sopranoof v.RAYMOND Duval street. Rosa Lee Pridgen Miss at 7 p. m., daring which ,

the MetropolitanOpera Elijah Garmon; 2212 Cassandra Neal. Samuel time prayer. will be of- I
830 Cosset
(NEAR COLLEGE) gave a concert at Thomas Court. Hinson and Nathaniel fered for the sick and !

I the Bethune-Cbokman Col- Willie Mason; 522 W. Jackson. Willie Stewart for the saving for ..- :
1824 Beaver St.
U.S. WN Stockton lege gym. Orange Street. will render an instru- believers la the nose I

Miss n>bbs' s appearanceher Mrs. Lucille Turner mental solo. of the Lord J..... I II

OUR FAMOUS S DOLLAR SALE first in Daytona r John Edwards Bullard; 1330 'Barnett; P.O. Box St. Guests will be Mathew I

Beach, was marked by a 125. Lawtey. Florida. McCoy and the Mt. Ararat Walker CollegeTo

presentation to her of a Matthews Ford; 841 E. Male Chorus Golden

key to the city by Mayor Union Street. Jubilee, Heavenly Fire, Observe: _..

LOOK AC WILL Eubank. David Streeter; 1020 Excelsior Dixie Jubilee Founder's Day
Accompanied by Willard Street. Sons of Jubilee,
Sektberg at the piano Starlights. Evangelist A full week of activi-
: WADE Dan J. Slay; 1347 W.
4 the concert included ties. March 31-April 7.
program Sunny Rose. Angelites
_ works by Bach. lee Davis and Dennis State Street. Lattimore. Heavenly has been designated for
WHAT the observance of
BUY the
Handel and Mozart songs Stewart Sr. ; men's day Luther Corbin; 1746 Mc- Echoes and Jackson 47th
anniversary of
by Mendelssohn and Brahms slogan. John Reese; Quade Street. Gospel Singers respectively -
Walker Commercial
a Rossini aria, sponsors and ads. solo- James Rozier; 1125 Rushing College

CHICKEN BACKS 5uFOR49' Spanish and Creole mon Jones and Cornelius Street. The public is invited. .
.. .. special
songs. Negro spirituals, Smith; and

- I OYSTERS .... .. .. ... .. ...... 8 a=. CAN 49e and concluded with guests.Eulene Jones and and For Quicker Results Consult the World's Greatest Medium

t PIG FEET ... .. ... .... .. .. 4 LIS. FOil 49' Theme' Proch.and Variations"by David Nathaniel Peacher.Davis publi- MADAM CAROl-n' -.-

Miss Dobbs said later city. BORN WITH STRANGE POWERS TO OVERCOME -

__? SHORT RIBS ..u. ... ..... : 3 LBs.Fo. 49CHAM she plans to return this Dr. David P. Pair, pro- THE POWERS THAT HOLD YOU! Pass

HOCKS 49CNECK spring to Hamburg fessor of Philosphy and s your troubles over to me and forget '

_ .. . .. .. 3 LIS.FOR Germany, where she is a Religion at Bethune- .r i them! There is only one-known for

:i BONES MM/. 5 LIS. FOil 49e Opera.a principal Before in then the State however Cookman the principal College speaker will be her-often h cue imitated sty. sincerity, never and duplicated integrity!

the morning ser-
she will completea during
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tour that will take

FREEZER SalaI her next to week Louisiana.she will Later sink Band Parents r Numbers Given FREE With Readings

FINANCE NOTHING DOWN f in Ohio and Washington.At Plan Joint Recital. 87 13 34 60 48 73 98 23
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: ... IIAD M CAROLYN -World" s greatest Psychic Medina and. Spiritual adviser! litfcmt yomr
the Metropolitan
Stanton Vocational's saying one word. you will be told your name the object of jeer visit "rytMmc
this season she has been I
Band Parents 700 wish to know! If you are seeking the truth .on all affairs of life .UII.-
: Cut singing Oscar in Verdi'"The a I; are en-
.:,. lL2 BEEF WESTERN 39 And I Masked Ball." and I 1 gaged in preparationfor advice, separation divorce work chances see Madam Carolyn today. Hav* yo a

is HEAVY LB.UAvcragt Wrapped.I Zerbinetta in Strauss' a Joint recital problem that to yon seems too heavy a burden? Ton owe it to yourself to Met a .helping -

featuring the band and band! Why 10 through life unhappy when you can have your greatest wish .ateri
Wr. 250 Lb.. Ariadne auf Naxos.
Avtro3. Price
f $85 Daughter of an Atlanti L L chorus with the presen- alized only through this great Psychic. BOOTS 8 a.*. to 8 p... Closed all day OB 1

,- railway. mail clerk. Miss i tation to take place Wednesday open all day SuDdQ.U&nSPACTICIf GUARANTEED' 0* NO FK.lfa4Mi' Caroln||

.' Watch fke .., 'Greatest Gospel5ingan Dobbs baa achieved faa<, Friday night. April 5s 1628 LEU TURNER ROAD Take LAKE FOREST # 21 Set elf it Rm An.

WJXT. CHANNEL',' 4 EVERY SltTOAY, 9:38 A.M. in most of Europe !I at 8 o'clock in the Beware of posters copying name and sign. Consult reliable mediem that aarni

'SIM1)'nr 1I "rentier Meat Marktit opera houses. school auditorium. in .Jacksonville 27 Yrs '

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1 JACKSONVILLE GOES TO A PARTY---Friends and supporters of popular Jax Major Cbmnissioner Haydon Burns, period in photo left are Mayor,' Burns Dr. Eartha M. M. White and Mrs. Mildred Redding, both
representing all areas of the city and county and all walks of life, thronged Elks Auditorium to c asupporters.. Center and right pix show a mere portion of the rest turnout. An entertaining
j parity recently to honor the ppular official on his birthday. The attendees listened with rapt atfeatured.. program was
I j' tention as 'Hizonner' retold the "Jacksonville Story* which was followed b y a Question and answer (STAR photos b Y Billy Brown)

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J Dr. L. S.: Allen Principal I Speaker VelicaroleffesClub Mother Midway James W. Johnson s Annual Drive Health Board Cited By U. S. AgencyThe I

i EntertainedThe Announces Services Largest In History, Is Successful Public Health Ser- health officer, that

I For Sundays Program Series Mrs .P.H. Davis, a Climaxing the most colorful and successful vice in Washington has Florida holds top placein

VelilcarolettesBridge faculty; member of Dar- membership enrollment in its history the 1963 commended Florida' reporting and record-

Simpson Methodist Church observes her 79th An- Club was recently nell Cookman Elementary YMCA Drive ended in victory with over 500 adult State Board of Healthfor ing the birth wei l1 lt and
School and who is wide-
niversary March 25-31, 1963, under the leadership entertained by Mrs. 1 memberships enrolled. ranking first among gestation period on
y recognized
as an
of Joshua Reddick, Minister. On Sunday morning Lillian Davis at her and states in reporting and
outstanding social-re- Wendell P. Holmes team scored 44 runs fetal death certificates -
Dr. L. Scott Allen Editor in Chief of The home. The hostess serveda
ligious worker with her General Campaign Chair- reported 19 memberships. recording certain death --those which deal
Christian Advocate, will give the message at delicious menu. Prize own Mother Midway Church nan and L. M. Argrett, Tied fcr sixth place statisticsThe with deaths of unborn

11 o' clock. Simpson choirs will give music jointly winners were Mrs. Lu- will be the principal membership chairman, W3 re James C. Smith, PHS wrote Dr. Wil- babies from the end of

; Mrs. Mary Alice Smith is coordinator.Dr. venia Newman, first speaker Sunday for the congratulated the Division YMCA Giants.In the third month of
T. Sowder, state
prize, and Mrs. Lorraine
Allen comes from of the church. At 5.p.m., second missionaries during the leaders, captainsand the cellar were the regnancy.t .
prize. 11 a.m. service. -"---
New>OrlVans, La ,He the captains will Each of the three Many' of the church's workers on a splen- Angels under freshman

served some of the leadAll people are ,welcome guests received prizes officers, members, and ,did Job well done. manager Latimer F. t

)n ing churches in Metho- from the hostess, name- friends are looking Ezekiel W. Bryant and Williams.I. [3313

distism before his elec- ly Mrs. Vivian Lewis, forward to this great his YMCA Dodgers clinchedthe H. Burney II, Board'Olaiman : !

t tion to editorship. He is first guest prize; Mrs. event. World Series enroll- stated that all

a great scholar and soul- second PROGRAM : ment at the last report workers and new members'
Audrey ;
stirring preacher. A meeting behind the bril- will be Invited to the
Other phases of Sunday's i and Mrs. Lucille Harper, Mrs. Lillian Mannings lant efforts of Captains: annual banquet scheduledfor 8UIf
third. A consolation will call the ;
observances: Dedicationof congrega- Mrs. Ann McGee, William April 18 at the :8 J
prize was given to Mrs. :
Altar and Worship club tion to worship to be Scott, Harold Kennerly, Northwestern High
JacQuelyn a
Center, special recogni- followed by a solo by Edwin Bl ack,Mrs. Cathe- ''School.

member. Mrs. T. Wingard. Mrs. rine Jackson, Nathaniel :, FOR BARBECUES
tion of members who L ;:; : <
Members were: Mrs. Al- Atlanta Life Hosting ;:: ':>'''::-', .. ".
marched, from the old veria Robinson, Mrs. Lessie Ford will lead in Davis, Frederick Hendon, Nts.. ::;,.n., ::'< :::.).,!.;:,':.X;'':;., ;: .....
Mrs. the Choirs 1 and Mrs. Grace West, Miss ;":":::::::::: : ':>: *1.> :"'::". : :':':"" :" ":
sit,.to the present site: Jeanette Boggs prayer; 3 Day Conference :::''' < AND PICNICS
Ernestine poole Miss 2 will offer a selec- ,Lugenia Taylor, Mrs. .:: :: .: : :<.'::.J\.Jf !: i

r Wedding Anniversaries Martha Perry. Mrs. tion. Erma G. fork, Mrs. G. M. Here This WeekendM. _. ;.. ....-.. ." ,

juanita Isaac, Mrs. Other participants will Edwards, Mrs. Bertie

Jointly Celebrated Vivian Byrd, and Mrs. be: Mrs. A. D. Wells, Simmons, Mrs. Bernice

Observance of 20-year Juanita Taylor.The scripture; Mrs. Mildred Henry, Mrs. Myrtice

wedding anniversaries next 'meeting will Kirksey, decalogue; Mrs. Canady, Booker Wilson,
to fellowship at bimpson.
were 'celebrated jointlyby 6 in C.E. Daniels, offering; Mrs. R. L. Wilson, Dr.
is at held on April
Memorial Service
Mr. and Mrs. Prymus solo, Mrs. S. C. Arm William Stewart and
5 mOn of Mrs. Jacquelyn -
p. home
l Brown of 6317 Lobelia the strong; announcements. Mrs. Ella M. Jones. The
, Monday night April 1, .
. St. city and Mr. and a banquet will be held in Hall. Also, solo, Mrs. Alma team produced a total of V
:Mrs, Thad N. Brown of Blackshear;, introduction 172 runs with 102 mem-
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of speaker,..,JMrs.! L. 0.Jonesr berships. ,
11 530 Fremont Avenue, Day- :
wall culminate'in Program
wins. It Speaker .
Mrs; -P H,-Davis--':i it* 'was the V. YOUNG
:1 tona Beach with Mrs. the crowning of Mr. ...Conference Host
speaker; Open Door pre- Braves under Freshman ... M. '
Florence Gooch of 433 of Mrs. Simpson. The firstkickoffsession < \.. :,,/<
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sentation by Mrs. G. Manager W. A. Jones, who .. "'. : ;..:. -
Lincoln St. hosting the of a series of ; t:.ii .
Bishop Shaw Benton; offering, Mrs. set a hot pace for the :
I principals in Daytona / three day planning con- ./ .'. .: :
Verdie Elders Mrs. T.
campaign. The Bravest ,
Is GuestAt ference Workshops for .' 4c
B.each, recently.The
Wingard and Mrs. J. ea the league for four
festive event was Mt. Sinai Thomas; remarks, Mrs. of the six weeks and produced managers of the specialAgents Atlanta

L enjoyed by the couples' Bishop Rosa Shaw of t Annie Frazier and Rev. more individualmemberships Life Insurance Company

j, I many friends and rela- Miami will be special J.W. Jones, pastor. All than any will orbit Saturday
tives. Among guests present members are requested to
guest* Friday night other division with a Morning March 30, at
were Rev. and Mrs.' bring can goods Sunday total of 107 for
I .. arch"24' at 8:20 o'clockin grand the company's branch.
I J.J. Jenkins of Daytona Mt. Sinai Holiness for baskets for the the campaign. The Dod- office 702 W. Beaver Lightweight Foam Styrene

Beach; Choir 1 of New St Church located at 21st needy. gers, however, hit more Street and Clara White
Church, \ ill LAST CALL FOR BUDGET' home runs by reporting Mission Auditorium in
James Baptist and Abbott Sts. Ice Chest
national basic memberships -
l Daytona and Rev. C. J. Bishop Shaw is the According to Rev. Jones which State Representatives :Special
of $25 per per l from Alabama and
and Mrs. Effie Crosby daughter of Rev. and Sunday has been set as _
I Red Letter Day for the son. Florida will partici.- Incredibly light extremely sturdy
Jacksonville. ; ;
of Mrs. Andrew Hines.
'Ii.I i Outstanding Braves were
MINISTER COLFVAN spring budget. Each pate. remarkable insulating qualities.For 9
Clifford Norton, Renzer year-round outings keeps
M.V. Young, manager and
w i \ MINISTER M. Coleman who member if to pay $4.00 $19
; cold things cold, keeps hot things
Bell Mrs. Theresa A.C. Christopher, assIs-
.s'- HAPPENED TO LtMPN AN ft LIME T is a member of Bible per year for the General hot. Full size 34 qt. chest to
I" Budget, or two dollars Fields, Mrs. Willie Mo- tant agency director in \W x 12- x 13' deep. Plastic // for
Way Holiness Church, twice yearly. If the ran, Mrs. Thomasena B. charge of the region of coated metal handle. $4.95
will be main speaker JonesMrs. Susye Pierce, Alabama and Florida will
$4.00 paid,
: ," during the Youth Hour Mrs. Sophia Decatur, Mrs. host the third of four ,
the Stewards urge each
GO program Sunday at 3:30 member to pay the'two Mattie .1 Ui &ms, Mrs.Edna Regional Conferences to f CharcoalGrill

I <. p.m. in Springhill Bap- dollars minimum. Sundayis Bell, Merlin Brown, be held by Atlanta Life
I tist Church. the last call day before James Steeley, Harry in the immediate Aiture) *.

King, Hazekiah Godwin, The introductory space
Monday's report
I meeting. Miss Joyce Graham, Mrs. projection of the 1963 : : I
Clinic Dates Set conference theme, "1m--
Thelma Harris, Mrs. E.
ORDER OF SERVICE proving The Quality Of i I
TEEM TALLAHASSEE -- The J. Muese, Thomas Bryer
Our Production" will be
!. Florida A&M University 9:30 a.m. Sunday and Mrs. Ruby Herndan. :
boosted the ,
by Slogan
Annual Coaching Clinic School, Brother S.C. Third place went to the
'Its Quality For Me In
1 will be held here veteran Manager Melvin .
I' June Hart, superintendent and '63." Stands 27* high
: llU. COMPANY MAKES ICE Clf.W: UO*-WI S WHT n0 liQOP 17-21 1963.UK teachers in charge. Brown whose team scored .
r: I P.W. Prothrow, Atlanta Heavy gauge
I 74 runs on 38 member- I
11:00 a. m. ,Missionary Life's agency director, t chrome tinfoil grid odfvtts
I Service. ships. Hard working + to 3 diff rtt Heights.
j and assistant secretary. .
6:00 p.m. Mrs. Jose- "Herbert Torrence' and Agency Section, N.I.A. \, < Capped tvfcvtor .fps h-
his team 'set the pace ished'fa' nkfcef d rom t orrcmovoMel
I phine Thomas will pre- will arrive by plane

sent many boards,auxili- for the team scoring 38 Flrday afternoon to lay is
16-d+oseser ....... his
I iI aries and members in a runs and 24 membershipsout the ground work and block ftf.,......*ficimiIrfHiM
Calendar Tea in behalfof of the total. Out- examine the structurefor

i t tf f the Stewardess Board standing Yankees were a Jet Operational

Mrs. J... Jones speaker. Ralph Jordan, Alexander Conference .Agenda.
8:00 p.m. Mrs. Essie Jordan, Mrs. Mary; Lane Other Atlanta Life Home : .N

} SU..P.ER. KETS Mae Thomas and numerous Miss Marguerite Dennis, Dffice executi R and

gospel groups will be Mrs. Emma Stukes, Mrs. Alabama-Florida managers

resented in a gospel Willie M. Reed, Miss and special agents in

recital Mrs. Darling level Cro.arti, Frank Jacksonville are ex-

WESTERN BAB iE.CUE SUGAR CURED Taylor, sponsor. Courtney, Rufus Wester pected to participate in
site 29C and Mrs. Mildred Wilson the Atlanta Life Ala- I

I I 39biCK6RY SMOKED Fourth place went to bama-Florida Conferences I
SOUND SERVICES according to the Com
b Thenas Crompton YMCA

Spare RIBS BACON .OIlr Sound Service for Ad Indians, thanks to the pany's public relations
Ii Sla director Charles
vertising-Dances Ball fighting heart of Bishop Metal Metal
Greene Past Presidentof
Dues. etc. Also LoudSpeaker Sadie Gibson
i the National Insurance Patio Table Picnic Basket
Service for Banquets In Fifth place was
Association are:
i PLATE. 15CPUlSIun ZwMaYarse t Concerts, Record Mrs. Battle I. James and 1st Vice President- 77 $159

Hops. etc.Fbone E1 3.5902 her YMCA.. Red So x,whose Secretary E.M. Martin

-- Tremendous value. It's Scotch plaid de iftft..Removable -
ill who is also past Presi-
4 16. Jtl. weather-resistant baked cover avcs as
INDEPENDENT OIL CO. dent of N.I.A. ; W.H. enamel finish Made of sturdy
will $5.00 or .are 'feed order 1 with $5.00 order on heavy tray.
KEROSENE HOB DELIVERY Smith, vice president; gauge steel 19" diameter metal with two handle
I Medical director; H.L. top 19' tall. For indoor Large family 'i... .
MECHANIC OH DUTY outdoor 14' 10- 8%' deep.
or use. x x
I Lang, Jesse Hill. Jr. ;
McKENZIE( FRESH FR8ZEN IM toseph ---------------------- Proprietor

11A State and Jefferson streets ---.- EL 6-9t&2> Actuary E.L. Simon P.L.
i Speckled Batter BEANS YELLOW M-I.: general auditor Our Everyday Prices ARE Discount Prkes/

15C OPEH FOR BUSINESS director and past pre-
hack W PEAS OOODSON CLEANERS Announces the Opening of a Now sident Ti.I.A. N.L. Con- 1fNT01tN

F wwli OKRA otc ONIONS 3 lb. bat Branch Office at 5504 Avenue B. 'fCcae Where You nally. all of Atlanta, MAW AT AIAIIISSATURDAY

Can Get Quality Cleaning at Budget Prices." and Home Office Field BpTe Mead A* fridailiiitsn

-- Free Plcktp ft Delivery Service. auditors of other areas


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r Burns Bandwagon was piling up this
.week as citizens, confronted with what M& '7 y ::
his supporters called the Story of Pro- ;
gress began pledging support for the reelection ,
of Mayor Haydon Burns. e
The committee to re-elect Burns is point- .
ing to the all-over improvements that : -'
have come about in '';' ---' .
Jacksonville since'

Burns took office ,p..4 .,.
fourteen years ago.
The men and 'women who fi -
are beating the bushes r .
for Burns will tell you] a's
in no uncertain terms A
that Burns has been I
good for Jacksonville.! z er.a
that through his ener- ,:
getic efforts Jacksonville V
has been trans-
; formed from a dingy I
city with outmoded
I buildings into a modern MAYOR HAYDGN BURNS
-growing metropolis of which its citizenscan
+ be proud.It The Jacksonville CoUseun at left and one of the lead-
IL is being pointed out that scores uf the new public buildings erected
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Jacksonville during the Burns administration Fashion Show, .
among the largest being the Atlantic Dance Set For EWC
Coast Line offices and the Prudential g that Negroes use
Insurance Company, one of the top insurance Civic AuditoriumThe Are an gu a.e. Bat the
companies in the country. Par- first annual project Theodore cannot Hatch the
ticular emphasis is placed upon the fact in a Spring Dance man of the of the words
that with the establishment of more firmsin and Fashion Show will Education. white students
Waters> ("
Jacksonville, thousands of Jobs were be sponsored by the
created, bringing millions of dollars it Progressive Young Hens nounced *
payroll money to town for everybody. Club in Civic Audi- seniors of
y Shown on this page are some of the things torium' Monday night, assigned. I
that were accomplished during the Burns April 15. Activitieswill on March :
administration, which his supporters get underway at return on '
,r describe living evidence of o'clock. DBnsby and )
as progress. 7:30:
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IX members Mrs.visit ment will over Mary of 1200 cover the of ; ( ) ; PRICE.....

Mrs. Brilla ;
Georgene (
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Vera B.

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Scarf Charles, B. !

Lois B,
A. Espy, '

ber college of the,
": The :

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Mack Beach Jacksonville's

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School Patrol inaugurated by Mayor Burns throughout the entire city gives Poopano: : f-
a, safe -and happy feeling to the youngsters seen here. James, "
Elementary, ;I
Ralph : |
Sanford; ;:
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Jr. High ; in utility
Roy in an]

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6s New Also, Mae I

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Annie Ruth

t 2 f High Hattie Nichols Elementary crief sonville, A., H I

:______ 9 John Johnson Davis, |

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_ ;,. High Helen Jr. High oetfc other work

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__ i Wilcox ley.Jean tary.Vernell son. Pine Mary& 1 treMBdoos sections of our.!

I Breaking ground for the Fire Station coming up at 25th and Myrtle, Burns, tary., J
who gave City first Negro policemen sets another 'first' as Isadore Singleton, Dorothy L.
Rev. Dallas Graham and other look on approvingly. .
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I IMPERIAL SIHIRIES Spring Tea Sunday Jr.-Sr. a;
Mi'cken Court No. 77 ville;
Patent Uediclnes-Cbcaetlca !
All Leading will celebrate its, ,,,Douglas
annual Spring Tea' Sun- sonville;
Royal Crown Hair Preparations
day from 4-6 P.m. in Bethune f
Cola Cir. trial I Ashley the home of Mrs. Lorea-
EL 4-2159 tha Bush, 1021 W. 13th Cobb.
Street. entary,

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Lou RitUr Wins Loud Praise Birth Rate Drops.
.j 4 For Hihw.y And Sewer WorkLou Simpson Methodist Observing Anniversary While Deaths Rise

Ritter supporters, representing citizens from all sections -"- -, ... 'f"-' --
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ofi ;the city were loud in their praise this week for what they = : .1'f't }i {? N't, t ,: Florida's birtb rate is
1 described as the "great job" he has done and is continuing to .., dropping while the
do in the of death rate is rising.
way drainage, sewage and paving in Jacksonville.
Ritterwho is seeking re-election to the post of Commissioner of Everett H. WilliansJr.
Highways, Sewers and Airports, declared that his program for rapid Y > director of the
improvement of streets and Bureau of Vital statis-
drainage was slowed up by several r. lL4
spells of bad weather, but that work is going ahead at full blast tics of the State Board
now that the rains have abated. of Health said pre-

Supporters of the incumbent Highway Commissioner declare that 4 liminary figures fro
Ritter has done more to improve the streets, highways and our r .ClL the most recent survey
airport than any other elected officialto --- == Indicate a total of

the office. 115,520 births in 1962--

Ritter told -a; group of supporters this] a 1 per cent drop since
week that he'*w'as. "extremely happy" to '1961. The rate per 1.000

annou .ce that the drainage problem which j population. has gradually
caused flooding on Myrtle Ave. between dropped from 24.3 in
i 15th and 16th streets (near Mt.' Ararat q4 1956 to 21.6 now.
Church) will soon be eliminated.He aq The 10 leading causes

said the storm drainage set up at of death in 1962 were
18th and Myrtle will collect the water heart--18.900; --

flow in an area of about 225 acres, from 8,765; cerebral hemorrhage -
the 20th Street Expressway to 13th Street (stroke--6.197;

I and from Myrtle Avenue to Fairfax. COMMISSIONER RITTER III all accidents--3.129-

Speaking of the Sewage Plant, which was erected at a cost of diseases of early infancy -
--!,947; influenzaand
$3,200,000, Ritter said that it is manned by a competent staff of -
PROGRAM COMMITTEE (shown above) of Simpson Metho- pneumonia--1.679 ;
llr. or tfrs.' Simpson contest winners will
and other
engineers personnel. He added that maintenance of the
dist Church are shown keeping up with activities be announced during the program at the church arteriosclerosis;
new plant was a very important function which is being carried
during the church's week long 79th anniversary other circulatory di-
Monday night. Rev. Joshua Reddick is pastor.
out of efficient
by a crew colored workmen who have proved themselves -
observance which is presently in progress. Activities seases--822; diabetes754 --
(Royal Art Studio Photo)
an asset to the operation.The .
windup Sunday during daylong 'programs. and suicides--700.An .-
photos shown below, his supporters proclaim, tell a vivid

story -rif- "nrnur 1"0' o.....o...o.. _in a. action. "
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I Florida Relays- Ignore Fastest Human7<" In Extending Nationwide Invitations I

Fla. Rilnys Sat Safurdiy Fli's' First Sports zT Cokris' Trii

Car Track How Make All
Without kr
Negrt ItprtsfHtition
Under Construction Tonnty tarn

Maintaining Status Quo --
ACRES ( ) xz
trio of basketters who
Gerald H. Gould, presi-
3AINESVILLE Jacksonville's Robert (Bob) dent of Lee County Land x ; made the FJCAA All-

Hayes, a junior at Fla. A&M University, and Title Co.developersof J Tournament teas last

whose track specialties are the 100 and Lehigh Acres Florida year, returned to FJCAA
220-yard dashesis acclaimed the "world's announced recently that tournament competition

fastest human" but his international renown the construction of a this year and duplicated
both in this country Europe and in. sports car road racing their cage antics.
the "Iron Countries' outshines any course has just been Louis Steward 220
recognition tendered him in his own Stateof started at Lehigh Acres pound backboard and
Florida.On Also announcement was scoring ace of Gibbs
Saturday March 30th made of the apPoin meat Junior College St.

the 20th annual Florida past two years, has been of G.W. 'Mere" Noismaninternationally Petersburg; High scoring
State Relays under
sorship of the Universityof spon- clocked in 9.3 frequently rated .r Lenton Brown of Roosevelt -
Florida will be held and in early 1962. sports car driver,to the %_+ y V3! Jc West Palm Beach
tied the world's 100 position of racing director and sharpshooter Charlie
Announce- Hill of Washington Jc
yard dash record in 9.2 of the new course
to 100 schools divided seconds at Miami only to Moisman is scheduled to Pensacola. were the

into three classes, have the time nullifiedby compete In the world p' three who were named to
college college fresh- the AAU since a .32 famous Sebrlng 12-Hour : the All-Tournament team

men and high schools instead of a standard Grand Prix of Endurance this year. Steward was

have been invited. 38 calibre starter' s March 22 and 23. the main cog in Glbbs
Biggest name among the gun was used. The Lehigh Acres course : JC's drive to its fourth
sprint selectees will The FAMU track staritis which is to be 24! miles tournament title. He was
be Gerald Ashworth who imagined-would have long,is the first sportscar the clutch player in the

has already been clockedin loved to set a new stan- road to be constructed 82-61 victory over Roose

9.4 seconds in the dard in the State of as an integral part Angels' Aid NAACP Officials velt Brown's shootinggot
100 yard dash. Ashworth Florida but it is quite of a development com- Roosevelt into the
has been chosen as a evident that Hayes' native munity. It will have ltoY WILKINS (fourth from left) national are: Outfielder Dick Simpson, Dr. H. Claude consolation and ultimately -

member of the United state is not readyto 22-foot wide straight- executive secretary for the National Association Hudson, national board member; Angels' a fourth place

States team' which will receive further aways and 52-foot wide for the Advancement of Colored homerun leader Leon Wagner, Wilkins, and finish in the recent
compete in the Pan Ame- laurels. turns, built of rein- People, received a first class citizenship first baseman Charlie Dees. The trio took FJCAA tournament playedin
rican Games slated in ,forced bituminous base assist from members of the Los Angels off from training chores to attend an NAACP I St. Petersburg. In
April. Doiitls Losts surfaced with stone. baseball team at their spring training camp conference luncheon with Wilkins and othermembers ,. all Brown was third top I
Hayes who has competed The course, which is at Palm Springs, Calif. Pictured from left of the civil rights groups. tourney scorer with 77 ,

with the U.S. To Williims located about !K mile .. points
track and field team a- Hill of 106
from one of Lehigh Acres scorer
In to make
gainst the Russians, for his trying recent loss up to main boulevards, includes Suns In Final Training Stage points last year when I
Poles English and Cassius Clay, Billy eight 90 degree Washington won third
Scandanavian teams without Daniels 26, found the left and right turns as place, was at peak per-
defeat during the well two formance but his team
as sweepingcurves
going rough during his For Strenuous
Auto Cr.sKills recent 20th pro bout ending in hairpin 1963 IL Campaign bowed to Volusia in one

against 6-3, 212-pound turns. Speeds on the of the surprises of the

FAMU Cleveland Williams. straightaways are ex Defending Champs tions and a little outfield when needed and who is tourney.
pected to reach 180 Like the songwriter says"when the days narrow Punners-up Lincoln JC
Tunis The veteran Williamswho now aiding Geraghty in the coaching department.Also .
Stir has 54 wins in 60 miles per ,hour or more. down to a precious few so is the time growing a terrific list of pitchers proven and potential coached by Vernon Floyd
HAWKINS Texas A native encounters--45 knock- The site selection for short for the rookies who are trying their darndestto like Ted Abernathy Tommy John John Gab- had Clyde Harris on the j
of Atlanta Fla. the layout **s made to make the first of dream ,t e all. Harris
team the International League
outs--continually moving ler, Bob Hartman and Frank Smith among :the'..start- '
A&M tennis star Albert provide good visibilityfor .. scored 43' points when
forward Jacksonville' s own Suns. Since ,March 17, they .
gave Daniels a Ing contingent and for bull-pen duty such stalwarts
Brooks, 20, was fatally spectators from have been their skills Volusia lost to the
exhibiting at fielding or
sound lacing to win a as Artie Kay, Ed Donnelly, George Maranda,
injured here after being elevated vantage points Falcons in the semi-
batting or pitching or catching under sharp
10-round decision. of the Art Ceccarelli and a couple of new comers named
struck by an automobile bordering one eyes of Suns' Owner-General Manager Bobby Maduor Jack Curtis and Pete Olsen. finals. He scored a j.
Hot canals. and the league's Manager of the year--or any year-- total of 77 points.
ProspectFIRST The opening event for And, of course, Cleveland is always likely to
Big Ben Geraghty. And there is little doubt that Third place Volusia had
the new installation has come up with someone in a trade whom they will "
there will be a goodly number of new faces tournament MVP William
been scheduled for June among send down for more seasoning and instruction under
1 and 2. It will be the the familiar ones Jacksonville became so attached one of the best in the business, Ben Geraghty or Goodard and talented
Y + first annual Lehigh to last season when the snappy,. white- to bolster the Suns' line-up should something go Barnett Washington on

i Acres Florida sportscar uniformed lads< brought the pennant home in their wrong. Of course, there is no certainty that the the team. Goodard scored
82 points and his mate
___ road race and is expected first season in the Crown City of Florida. Jacksonville IL representatives will get the. same...tossed *ln"a* high'
to attract some The Suns are training with the parent club, tremendous Jump on the rest of the league in .'63 of 96. tourney
of the biggest names in Cleveland Indian's, Tucson, Arizona training base, as it did in '62. But don't think fora minute
Others named to the
sports car racing. Maduro and Geraghty have had ample opportunity to that they won't be in there trying like the devil team included Robert
., look over all the young hopefuls who have been to be out in front as soon as possible and to
Caruthers of Johnson JC
4W Negro Cage Star assigned opportunities with the huge farm system demonstrate their staying power. Ellis Godwin of Rosen-:
the Indians operate. And since the first spring All of the essential information Geraghty needs,
wald and James Marion
Breaks Flats cutoff comes fairly soon, it may well be that to solidify his lineups i the opportunity to s e e of Roosevelt.;

Jacksonville will inherit a couple of youngsters his charges in games against good opposition and Robinson Replaces
Color Barrier who are deservant of a tryout with the Triple that is the picture starting ,March 27th when the

c'Y GAINESVILLE Another "A" Suns spring training exhibition game season beginsout Moore As Ring Vel

color barrier fell in Since the International League rules allow each' West. On that date they will go against'Salt NEW YORK, Former five
( Florida recently when club to carry only twenty-three active players on. Lake City and then they will play' Charleston, 'Tacoma : time ring ,champion Sugar
P 3 Willie Mitchell, a.Ne- its roster when the season opens, April 16th, Oklahoma City Amarillo going against each Ray Robinson Is rapidly
4t gro cager with Jupiter there are none too many spots"open for rookies. team several times. displacing ageless

High School was per- tad, particularly in view of the tremendous season Then they break camp on the 10th of April and Archie Moore as boxing's
mitted to play in the the Suns enjoyed in 1962 it is understandable that come to Jacksonville for three doubleheaders against Hip Van Winkle."

Florida State high Maduro and Geraghty would like to go with as many International League opposition, playing Robinson, the 42-year
of old
.a basketball veterans from last season, or experienced Triple Columbus, Toronto and Rochester, April 12, 13 and middleweight recently -
toumanent here.Mitchell's flattened Willie
Suns. the 14th, a Sunday game starting at 2 p.m.
team was Since the International League rules allow each Thornton_ of.Memphis
eliminated by a first club to carry only twenty-three active players on tUXOEA WHim:M PROOF.U%GRAIN NCVTMl SflMTI.OINJ' SCXEKUY DISTILLERS CO.arc.Enjoythe .
round 72-55 by
S its roster when the season opens, April 16th,
Tallahassee. The Jupiter
there are none too many spots open for rookies.And .
HAND INSTRUCTION---Tommy Davis, ,hardhitting squad had another Negro- .
particularly in view of the trenendbus season
outfielder star with the Los Angeles Dodgers, player Robert Williamswho the Suns enjoyed in 1962, It is understandablethat .
making the switch to third b ase, is shown getting failed to get into Maduro and Geraghty would like to. go with as .
pointers from Dodger Coach Al Camp anis at the Dod- the game. many veterans from last season, experienced sunny morning flavor of.T' 1

gers' Vero Beach spring training camp. Triple "A" players. -
Itilian FighterChillngts
So, without benefit of crystal ball or too many
'rild guesses it seems pretty certain.that the team's
The tanager Ben fields on opening day will look something -

"LoMfsvillft Up"ROME. I like this: .T' : Jchenlcq i 'I

Pitcher, Ruben Gomez 8-wins andO.lo.sses in '62 ;
Italy (ANP) Catcher, Harry Chi ti, who hit for .336' ': '

"Let Clay come to Italy Ib Tony Washington, 312 '.."
Frankly. I don't think 2b Larry Brown .252

he'll last three s.s.Gordon Lund, .268 "'f # s
ro unds. 3b Buddy Barker .263 --,r... ;t-"
That was how Italy's If Dan Morejon .249 ';

Franco DePicolli's cf Hector Cardenas, .290 V. V V Li
phrased his challenge to rf Willie Williams, .305 A-
Cassius Clay last week Behind this fine-appearing line-up will be proven

after a Rome promoter players like Billy COnsolo, with major league experience -
offered the "Louis ; Hal Jones, fine Triple veteran

ville Lip"* $80.000 to who hits with power and for distance; veteran .
? r.s
Beet DePicolli here in a Casey Wise, who hits well plays all Infield posi-
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II .. ::: Nationally Ranked Gibbs JC Cagers Successfully Defend FJAA Title I


;,. Rewrites TU Rtpfecd


Ohio (ANP) and Fresh Water Fish
CHICAGO (ANP) The rec'ent attempt of Five offensive recordswere Commission released fifteen -

segregationists to keep Mississippi state iw set this season by deer In the North-
university out ot the integrated National h Ray. folford 6-6 Junior east Florida Regie OB

Collegiate Athletic Assn basketball pivotman of the Uni- March 17, to replace
tournament at East illegally taken deer
Lansing, Mich. was a versity of Toledo
national disgrace and a trazedy. -! .y; ;? Rockets according to Braa tIe,
Tehever racists are permitted Goodson. Regional Mana
to gain R Wolford. named the
such a stranglehold on athletics and to ''b
Rockets' most valuable ger.
go so far as to attempt to 4 i:
impose their : I r Z a player, wrote his name Through this syste.
evil designs on the youths of .
our land, the Case CowiMioe purchase
in the books for the
it is time for 'the nation to act The F .,> follo-Ing accomplishments deer fro Texas

Federal Governmenhhou1d act; the Association : with fines imposed on

of Colleges and Secondary Most field goals (195 game violate ns by the
Schools should act; the NCAA and the Ama-
and field goal attempts courts for taking deer
teur Athletic Union and particularly the (499) in one seasons. illegally Violations
U.S. Olympic Committee, should act. Ameri-
Most field goals (95) range fro taking deer
cans of all races and creeds should act in and field goal attempts out of season to
defense of our athletes and it goes taking doe deer.
(233) in one MidAmerican -
without saying that Negroes should act--
Conference seasons. The courts replaced' two
and promptly. .8 Most rebounds (175) and deer in Haailton Ctmnty,
Scheming politicians should not be permitted most rebounds two in Columbia. foir it
per game
to disrupt our national athletic (14.5) in one MAC sea- Taylor and seven in
effort by interfering with. our educational 'fFamed
son. Dixie County.Hayes'
institutions; for athletics can no more be
Most rebounds (21) in
separated from our national affairs than MAC game. Minted

the fingers can be separated from the Cagers Host Local Youths Most points per game TALLAHASSEE -- Bob

hand. In the worldwide propaganda battle (21.1) for a TU Junior.The Hues, Florida A4M Uni-
athletic as important as HAPPINESS (as demonstrated above) is shown bers having the privilege to attend the latter record was a versity's sprint "phenoo. -

progress in our foreign affairs. .Therefore on the countenances of members of the Sigame were (from left): Eugene Bryant, Brian tie with Larry Jones ." has been naed to

America cannot axcept to progress mond Johnson Boys Athletic Club, who were Davis, Jerome Nixon, Daniel Johnson, Benjamin the TU performer who was the United States track
in Olympic competition, for example, if guest of the internationally famed Harlem Frazier, Ferrel McBride, and Director injured in the season's and field tea which
free competition is prevented anywhere Globetrotters basketball team during its Bryant. Some members of the Trotters are first game. Jones has will coapete IB the 19\K

within,its borders, as in the case of the recent exhibition stint here. Accompanied shown! in .' been granted another Pan-American Gases at
states, of Mississippi and Louisiana. Simond Johnson Director of Recreation, Sao Paulo Brizil. April
Through free interracial competition, the Carlton B. Bryant (seventh from left) mem r (Loyd Sandgren Photo) year of eligibility. 20-May 5.

next Rafer Johnson John Uleses, Jim '
Beaty or Wilma Rudolph may well come from ToT h e Victors .. .. _
the Deep South. But as everyone knows, the Dillard High Captures
f racists are preventing the full athletic

development of our Southern athletes by

the institution of Jim crow laws against
Vixed' competition. .Something. ought 'to State Cage FinialsPOMPANO

be done about this and quickly. -

The Federal Government should pressurethe
BEACH in a pleted here. 96-73 and Middleton of
states to halt this evil
guilty prac- thrilling 92-86 win over Coached by Herman (Bi gUan Tampa 86-72 enroute to A Y l
and the should act in concert
tice, the cham-
Murray High's Bulldogsof ) Pittman, the finals. +
the AAU and the Olympic Committee -
with | NCAA, St. Augustine, the pions defeated Douglas Ames Pittman of Port P- a t
to stop p' ltical. inteference withSouthern Dillard High cagers of Anderson .92-86, Matthew St. Joe set a new individual -
athletics. The Justice Depart- f
Fort Lauderdale warrapedup W. Gilbert 87-66, and tourney scoring!
ment should attack jim crow athletic laws, of
a successful basket- Carter-Parramore by meshing 51 points
as unconstitutional, and the ACSS should ball season by capturingthe Quincy 89-73 before ironically--while losingto
withhold accreditation from any college Class "AA" state locking horns with Mur- Orlando.

that permits politicians to interfere in tourney recently com- ray High Northeast Regional Murray's Charles Semon

its educational or athletic programs.Our champs in the was voted the tourna-
athletic effort must be in sad repair finals. :ment's "Host Valuable
indeed when a basketball team has to Golfer Sifford, Murray drubbed Union Player" by the tournament
use the 'underground railroad to Academy of Bartow 74-54 officials and

,; smuggle but of a state to participate in a Places Second Drew of Winter Garden co aches.

na&pp$i.tout $Qel&acfBut the Mississippi f In their only win NE.
basketball debacle is but one case in IH Jamaica PIa.;' Regional runnersup:
point. .Negro and white athletes in box- Ky. Prep Tourney Matthew W. Gilbert out-
ing, baseball and track and field competition KINGSTON Jamaica -- scored Jackson County STATE 'CHAMPS The est Charlotte High School, Charlotte N.C.
are also subject to the whims of Ranking Negrp pro golfer Taps Negro Referee 74-63. last week defeated Dudley High School Greensboro, N. C. .

Southern bigots. The white Mississippi Charlie Sifford failedby LEXINGTON Ky. JohnW. the finals of the 4-A Division of the North Carolina High
cager.s. however, must be given credit for two strokes to annex (Scoop) Brown of Turkey Season Set School Athletic Conference to become state champs.

asserting their right and determination to winning the Jamaica Open Lexington recently became Dave Lash, right, Winston-Salem, N. C. tournament director, presents -
play against the best for national honors finishing second to John the first Negro to or Mar., 30 April 14 the trophies.

not just content to be regional Barnum. officiate in -
and were a state LAKE CITY -- spring
Sifford turned on a
champions (of the Southeastern Conference) late rally during his High School basketball turkey season, for gob- Ex Tennis
That-their"Mid-eastern regional opponent game which has been tournament. blers only, will open in ':, =WHEN. Yfit! AXE HI .
happened:) to lie: y01'a'of Chicago with four vastly improved in recent Brown, 40, is a vete- portions of the Northeast ,.

Negro players in the regular lineup did week, his second ran arbiter. The tourneywas Florida Region Mar- Champ Dies You Seek The Beet Doctor

not disturb "them. .But the question must place prize money net- integrated on a 30, and will close April When your Doctor PrM rlfc i
be asked: How much support groups like MSU ting him 1000. Barnum player level five years 14 according to Brant- TOLEDO Ohio (ANP) Get Experienced P'ar.acl.\
will receive from national athletic received $1.200 for his ago. ley Goodson, Regional Otho L. Staunton retired -
::M- .According to Your Doctor's
leaders for their courageous stand ? winning effort. Manager. Toledo businessmanand .

Orders. We Use Only fie
N In the NCAA quarter-finals game between * * Hunting hours will be 3 K former city tennis Dr. C. E. Black 1
Quality Draw
yola'and' MSU--which Loyola won--the Ram- white woman's chastity is likely to be hour before. cm rise to champion died here last roprietox .

blers tan Jerry Harkness, Vic Rouse Ron violated..Loyola and MSU simply competedin 12 noon. week Staunton 63,
Miller and Bob Hunter experienced no a fine-basketball game. Hunters must be in operated the Superior 3 REGISTERED PHARMACISTS TO 8HVE Y.*. -

racial rancour from their white opponents.The However, the racists must be shown that possession of a valid Window Shade Co. for 25 A COMPLETE LINE OP

athletes shook hands and fraternize they cannot continue to exploit our hunting license, and years until he retiredtwo i Cosmetics Rubber Goods Candies Sundries
freely on the basketball court withoutincident. athletes for their evil ends..Negro and when hunting in a wild- years ago. I, .
As a result no one was struckby white athletes must continue. to assert life management area a An outstanding athletein
the plague an denary" a Negro; or their rights and not permit themselves to management area permit. the 1920 s Stauntonnot
which will not
r be "held back" by the racists .:. ,:.Negro _H.Counties only won the tennis Lilly's Drug Store
be Dixie Gil-
and white leaders should support these open are title but was an outstanding ..
athletes so that the nation, according to christ Levy, Lafayette, tackle for'the
nowitAPepsi Alachua, Bradford and
the President, can "Move Forward Original 400 Athletic
athletically. that portion of Columbia: Club, a semi-pro foot- 1907 KINGS ROAD EL 3-8271 .
In this respect, it is heartening to note south of State Road 18 ball teamHazzard
for those who the work of such individuals and groups as and east of U.S. 441.All

the Rev. Martin Luther King Jr. the Stu-> other counties in the Named
think young dent Non-Violent Co-ordinatin Committeeand second district will be

the Congress of Racial Equality infighting open. To Look
to help the civil rights of Ne- Evidence of sex, including Mug'smericaa

groes. Athletes, Negro and white, are the head must AH
.... -." bound to benefit from their efforts. The remain on all turkeys -
.. ,.... .
.c.- : athletes as well as the voters must be taken while in camp or LOS ANGELES waiter

4 i; protected from the racists..Already too forest. Hazzard classy 6-2
much harm has been done to our national The use of dogs while Junior guard with UCLA
athletic effort by the feuding between the 'turkey hunting is pro- was named to the current l+' '

AAU and NCAA. Let's halt the rape of our hibited. Look Magazine's All- .,.
'- ....
Wildlife managementas American basketballt '
r T. athletes.iqhtor __
1 ', I which: will be opetare .. 1"1' ; -
[ Os ceo 1 a. Lake_ The highly regarded ,
.. ;..i., I.DSNERS :Butler and the Taylor player was also namedto .
Skintona.I County portion of the reserve spots on the f."P
Aucilla management area. Sporting News UPI and
Bag limit will be basedon AP teams.

,r. season bag of three ,
r turkey per hunter. If a

hunter only killed two Will 7 Boils ft I f
during the regular seasons .
he will have the
brighter. Aid 2 TitlesCHICAGO
opportunity ta.kill his

third turkey during the participating -

sEth spring gobbler season. in 7 fights withouta
t s'
-< I Celtics ARRexStraight defeat Wade Eaith.
M KEN !mm(
18 a Muncie Inc. truck
to.IJIt. t II i driver, won both the
.... ..... Golden Gloves and AAU Invites You To Listen TO -

.. L. NEA CrowR 147-pound titles during
.JR. ...
to the outdoor the recent tournament. "KNIGHT TRAM"Starting
More people are taking Ate..... BOSTON in typical here and in New York :

lif....and taking Pepsi along! ashion the Boston 'State. -
Celtics of the National At 7KDO Nlghtly-
Pepsi's! sparkling-clean taste Is PEPSi-COU Association : Smith now holds the p.m.

I iwver..teo sugary or sweat Basketball[rapped up their 7th Chicago tourney title
and the AAD crown won in VttHC MOOi.l1IIAY
1400 -
Think yeung-aay-"Pepsl,pleaaeP' onsecutive Eastern Utica. New York card.

--..-........._+w..AwwKws yprw,,-,w......".--- Itle last week. .

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w; ., .' .. ,.--: ;y.' Brad Tredimick Supporters Payne. Fund Plans
$ r"
: :. W"' ,
M t ; ,; :: Here
uper Reported Growing Daily Program Sunday
The W. H. Payne Fund

I MONCRIEF FRUIT MARKE Brad Tredinnick, who has served the City will sponsor a program
for the past four years is seeking elec- Sunday at 4 paL la the
2973 EBGEWOOD 5444 M8NCRIEF tion to the post of Commissioner of Fi- Masonic Hall, 913 Jefferson -
nance and from all indicationsis pickingup Street.
daily support in .his bid for election. The program will be
Open 7 days .t_ _-'"____ ,
i TredlnnlcK, who was a a a a ain in behalf of the BOH cation -

week elected Floor Leader of the white and Department'sscholarship
the Council in 1961 fund of the
t colored areas have ..
Grand Mixed Court
and 1962 is describedby expressed the opinion.

his supporters as that a young, ener- FOR RENT
PO 5-9494 K having given "goodrepresentation"
getic man of the Unfurnished Bdrm & Unfurnished
t ,
to caliber 'of Brad
& Kitchen With :
the people of Jack-
Tredinnick would be Lights 356-3445
PO 5.9281GRADE sonville. best suited for the
These supporters point post of Commissioner APARTMENT FIR RENT
out that an example of
of Finance which Fully Equipt-For Male
the type of represen-
Dallas Thomas now Tennant-Call after 6p.m.
tation he had given
29e lies in the fact that

FRYERSARMOUR 16. advocated refundingthe 4-Rm Apt-666 W. 10thStReasonableCall 4-Rm Apt &: Bath-
ISADORE SINGLETON, candidate-at-large for City Councilman, 2nd $30 million city FRESHLY PAINTEDIPO
STAR Ward in the Tuesday, April 16 city elections, shows disgust over bond issue which saved EL 4-5119 8-4760
the prevalence of privies in various taxpayers some $4.3
59C areas of the city. Mr. Sing- .
leton promises if elected, to work toward elimination these million.It
HAMSTBONE disease-ridden unsanitary conditions along with a program% for, is added that Your I
whole ,, paved roads, modern street lighting, fire hydrants as well as Tredinnick followed STRANDiTJUsTDiDNTRGURE.
striving for a better Jacksonville for all of its people. "A through on his promise Theatre
Vote for Isadore Singleton' is a Vote for Fair Representation that all bond issues :.. I
f '
would be placed before
69C I POLICE REPORTS citizens for their that they would... Starting Sunday :- ,

STEAK vote, rather than have that they could.. Add
lb. SCHOOL CAFETERIA BRFAKIN enter for treatment and Colley said he was it forced
on them. that they
later released. driving along the Featwe I
The 'elect Tredin di
ECONOMY Mrs. Mable Dawson Patrolmen Marvin Young Commonwealth and Line f
RIB nick' group gives the
manager reported to and M. Wiggins investi-. St. area with a.lone For Mom Pep _
59C young city official ,.....
police that hen she reported gated. passenger xhen,the man credit for > jo.....
.. S *,* .aaaa came forward from his M1RISCH PICTURES&ROBERT WISE PRESENT TL. I
for work :: T
STEAKFIRST Tuesday brought the r
eel a
lb., ; $
seat drew a snub nose SH1RIEIBe
morning she found some- BUS DRIVFR LOSES $97.00IN tion issue out of the ]
one had broken into the chrome pistol and told political pigeonhole MilChUM 1 M lAiNE
Colley to give him all aId
CUT Cafeteria of Mary McLeod with the result '
$1.0 1 Bethune School and had Jax Coach Company bus of his bills and that it was broughtto pgTNES SAW
taken food valued at driver William Jackson mo ney. a vote by the 1111$1
Pork CHOPS $8.25. Colley reported being The driver said the people. In additionit
. ,10' for She went on to say that victim of a $97.00 armed man then told him to is brought out that 1 1I 1ij
the wire mesh had been 697frWithGuests
Monday. and
pried from a window and robbery stop at King Beaver he endorsed and sup- 1i

MEXICO that a pane had been Sts. ported the proposednew From
19c broken. library and South- The "Other World" i j
. Lost items Included: Elect. FORREST G. ASHMEAD side Riverfront Park. When You
f Ring
Watermelons 69-cups of ice cream Campaigners for Tred- THIS
lb. Councilman KEY i 7 For
10-pounds of apples, 10 innick aver that a WILL, _
pounds of ground beef 9th Ward great deal of supportis AYOURRc oO S =

and 5-pounds of toma- coming from resi-, i QUESTION TO

Cantaloupes 49 to es. Forrest G. x dents in the colored SCREAMINGMYSTERIES.... a! kc
, each Patrolmen Sidney Gaines areas because of the
and W.H. Harris investi- AshmeadPromises fact that the candi-
SELECT BEEF gated. date for CZimmissionerof"Finance c ? 'Ir

29C .a..a a. is currently -
LIVERNeck Honest service supporting a ,
lb. INJUPKD DEFENDING HIS Sincere Service legislative bill to Of Th.
MOTHER Capable Servicefor eliminate substandard '7LRCK MASS" '
BOG all the people of Jacksonville ; housing outdoor rt.. i.q1 _
of GA
Bones Carolina privies in the city
?, 1420 Mason Ave. ; reported '' Born and raised in the 9th ward of Jacksonville.His .
MAXWELL HOUSECOFFEE trying to pre- 55 years old with 5 children at home supporters have
vent Jimmie Lamar Col- College degree in Business Administration stated that growing
$1.19 lins from, fighting with Adequate business and military Reserve background numbers of citizens
his mother Mrs. BettieCollins .
? Sunday when he
,Jar .
the forehead
was hit on

with $5.00 or more food order with ported.a brick police re e Frontier Homes Inc.

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