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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:
April 6, 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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6 IN THIS WEEKS ISSUE: The Negro And Haydon Burns' Jacksonville Story -t H_ r'

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-( Miytr Hiyioi Bins To k .Rip Oitstiadiig Service Awtrdee YOl 13-N0. 1 SATURDAY APRIL


Fir Golf Coirs* Closiii WHITE &p3li5EESD ;!

By Eric 0. Simpson f

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Jacksonville has
come a long way and arM
rM( lot of things have changedmostly--for Np
r. the goodsince that balmy night back

... ) in 1949 when I first met Haydon Burns. a ON RAPE CHARGEi

t. .Leroy. 'Spike" Wash "'x'

ington, the men dean ol' loiterers and vulgarity. ....L.. .L. ... ... ... .. . .L ... ., .
Negro newspapermen in # # # . . . Policeman

Florida had arranged a For one thing the 6 HAS Cfcief Gltsitatioll Grand Lodge Officials9 Action
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bolita and numbers
III meeting in my public relations : games By Negro I

t' office in the which operated across ( For Challenged Bradley's Election FORT WALTON \ nu-u
the counter with doors
Masonic Temple where ;
ti man Levy Robert
I Haydon, an aspiting young wide-open, went under- Duty Hire A decision of far-reaching importance in future Fort Walton Beach' ha-

mayorality candidate was ground. Police brutality 1 1 activities of the Most WorshipfulUnion trolman was lodged in

i- to talk to a few fellows ceased; Burns had or- r l In ,what is believed the Grand Lodge of the Most Ardent and Okaloosa County Jail

j .That's what Spike dered it.Downtown. :Tlrst time a member of Honorable Fraternity of Free and Accepteds Crestview without bail

'i'i said..But becoming began to spruceup : : : i4 his race was so-honored Masons of Florida wa: affected by .an ap- on charge of having

suddenly aware that my ; one by on'e old there, a Naval Shore Patrolman peals court decisionThe this week. raped a 23-year old

rX six-seat office would buildings began coming v was honored for First District Court which R. Reche Williams, Negro housewife.

Hi not accomodate the down and new ones going outstanding duty performance of Appeals reversed a who presides as Grand Police Chief Ralph

growing assemblage I up. CONGRATULATIONS tfith some of his. shfn- by the Command- lower court ruling that Master during the elec- Hendrix said the woman

hurriedly arranged to Jacksonville's Mayor- mates looking on during an inspection in ing Officer of Jackson- Rudolph Bradley was duly tions, being unable to complained Roberts stopped -

Cbmlssloner had by this ranks at Jacksonville Naval Air ville Naval Air Station elected Grand Master of
have the meet held in .a Station, maintain order, making her car for a traf-
11 building at Duval and time gained the reputa- Steward Second Class Earnest Sutton acceptsa Friday, March 29th the body during the elec- it" impossible for ob- fic check and when she

Broad which later became tion as the only office- commendation from CDR Walter Schub, Executive during a 9 a.m... inspec- tions held April 17, jectors of petitionersto failed to find herdriver'

I M the office of the Urban holder who ventured into Officer of the Station. Sutton received .tlcr is rer>];Sr otvoiiyWhile 1962.Challenging Bradley' be"heard hy the Grandbo' license

League. the Negro areas and accepted the commendation from Commanding Officer '! somefsOO"o'f ordered her into his
r Grand
Spike introduced Hayden invitations to Captain James R. Compton for his workas his shipmates looked election were It was also claimed that patrol car, drove her toa

I Burns, a slim young man appear as a platform senior Shore Patrol Petty Officer in on, steward Second Class officials and members, Bradley failed to receive wooded area and raped
charge of the Earnest (sic) namely: Charles L. Tal te,
Beat .Sutton
worthwhile Ashley Patrol
guests at in Jack- of votes
1 with a great gift of gab the majority her. She said he then
S.S. Scri-
events in the colored sonville. CDR Schub presented the commenda-. received a commendationfor Keslie Shoddy
p who won over everybody :equired by the Charterin drove her back to her
tion to Sutton in the absence of his work as senior ven, R.R. Bailey H.M.
with his straight talk comun1 ty. Captain elections, the votes parked car.

and reminiscences about About the same time, Compton. Shore Patrol Petty Young Ezell Everett for the three candidates After a rape warrantwas
there was incubating of ( Official Navy Photo ) Officer in charge of Richard Merricks Rudolph Bradley.
being issued
the great dramatic presentation Dell, Marlon L. Brown : by County
111i the Ashley Beat Patrolin
the "Pearly another chicken who was 123 votes; Fred Alexan- Judge Wilbur Osburn.
Claude Keys,
Gates" which featured to later seek political.: Jacksonville. In the der. 103 votes; and R. Hendrix said Robert

many talented Negro laur ls--A Jacksonvilleboy -Low-JMCtM*-_.Groip Protectio, .;., ence..DL.C t.aWL..t !\.-Perry*-The et and{ Fred ners Alexander.'"cTaimed*"--Roche-Wirl li 2...Yot@g'total :-....first.., enLed AaLtI&JJd ,

jE i ( oldtimers. who became a familiar : R. Compton, Commanding' votes cast 298... sexual relation with the

Burns was elected and figure in a little Urfri F a IUwi*| Paper's ProbeBy Officer Commander W. 'that denied the the Grand privilege Lodge was to According; to the petitioners woman. However he later--

: shortly after the 'soda shop under the tree Alyson E. Wise t J. Schub Executive Officer determine important questions the majority of admitted having done so,

pressure began for Negro next to Jack Daniels presented Sutton touching upon votes giving Bradley a denying any force was
with his letter of
policemen and a swimming Restaurant on Kings Rd. Like that old saying, 'After the horse J Br. ley's qualifications constitutional majority Involved

pool, the latter issue His first splash into was stolen, the barn was locked, seem- coon endation whether the winnerof should have totaled 150. Escape Artist
A native of Kinston,
being one that had been politics had begun as a ingly is the present situation after some the election was determined thus Bradley received

kicked around by politicians campaigner for Ralph three weeks ago when the Florida STAR .the N. C.Navy, Sutton in March entered 1946. in, a manner set 27 votes less than Charter OH 3 AftDcto

and private Walter. That young man disclosed that Duval's s home improvement forth in the charter provisions requirements.

'fUnd raising for a pool was Frank 'Pappy Hamp- operations needed scrutinizing by local He is being transferredto governing such Attorneys Finest Jacksonand Wanted ListsA

I'll forget duty aboard the USS Releford McGriff represented -
that nobody: knows where ton and never officials. elections. man who was on the
Taconic, an Amphibious
I the funds went to. his speech one Immediately followingth law, she broke her Plaintiffs also chal- the petitioners "most wanted list" in
11 Force Flagship home
r A great hassle developed Saturday afternoon on STAR arti cl e. contract, but in the based at Norfolk, Va. lenged the manner in Lena Home's Florida and Georgia and

between Burns the lot adjoining the Sen. John E. Mathews signing of the original also by the FBI was
He has served with the
and Commissioner of Old Edward Waters Ball formed an advisory com- contract with the company Negro FlierSelected Products Co. shot and killed March 22
local Shore Patrol for
C Public Safety Dick Button Field. He comp letely mittee to investigate. were their methods in Panama City.

as to who had disregarded all the rules various aspects of home legal or otherwise? This the past 17 months Is BankruptMIAMI Law enforcement of-
chile attached to the ficers identified the
+ Jurisdiction over the of grammar but was, improvement frauds and is a matter for local '
police department. nevertheless, fiery authorities to look in- Naval Air Station. As Astronavt (ANP) Singer dead man as Janes Edward
r they in turn made His citation from the Lena Home's Beauty Pro- Allen. 29, alias John P
Sutton died tragically r
recommendations which to.The Commanding Officer ducts here Simmons, alias, Lloyd
company was
and Burns was elected to Anyone who arrived at Sen. Mathews STAR talked withan
reads; declared bankrupt last Leroy Hardin, whose
& the four-year term as the airport and came 98-year-old w'man'
introduce into "On the occasion of week by the U. S. Southern local address was givenas
llayor-Cbmmlssloner which directly to the colored who showed the reportera r
legislature aimed at your detachment, I take District Court of 809 W, Duval Street.
t'l i gave him full charge of westdide section would down future cement flooring on her
cracking on great pleasure in com- Florida, which ordered Bay County police said
Safety D ,artments. mOD get the impressionthat illegal operators.So approximately 8 x 20
mending you for your assets of the firm to Allen was killed while
His interest in the Frank Hampton is far, so goodl! front porch which she Wsv .3.
outstanding performance be sold in bulk at
if swimming pool and Negro the candidate for Mayor However, what seems of revealed cost her
while attached to the public auction here.
policemen never waned against Haydon Burns. far more importanceat $1,000. She showed us w
Shore Patrol in Jack- April 12.
and finally the money Actually, it's John the present time is, the mortgage 'papers.In '
sonville. For the past Miss Home one of the
was approved for the Lanahan former city what action is being addition, the lady
17 months as Senior highest paid entertainers -
Jefferson swimming pool. councilman and lumber taken into illegal home own three large lots
Patrol Petty Officer in in show business
"1 It was built and its yard operator. improvements opera- bounded by a valuable
charge of the Ashley was not Immediately
dedication turned out to (CONTINUED ON PAGE 10 piece of corner property.She
tions, if any, by local Beat Patrol, you have available for comment
be with COLUMN ) also has twothirdsof
a political rally
authorities? In cases the
'been a leader and a )n court action.

t just about everybody in GAItIJ Ltd where home owners have the property fencedin credit to your fellow CAPT. EDWARD DWIGHT The court also enloins

Jacksonville claiming been bilked out of and the fence was men. You have made Miss Home creditors in

credit for it. their properties, what also procured under a EDWARDS AIRPORCE BASE. the company from the
JdttII. recommendations, always
During that time Burns IIttr s steps are being taken mortgage loan. with the one object in Calif. ---Capt. EdwardJ. cooaencaent or continuance ,,

had frequent meetings taken in their behalf? Neither of the two Dwight Jr. former of any suit against JAMFS R ALLFN
view, to better the
I with the Jacksonville MississippiGPEENWOOD. women consulted a lawyer star athlete at his the bankrupt firm
Since publication of conditions on the county police and
Urban League as well as prior to doing business hometown Ward High and set a meeting of
Miss. Negro the home improvement Ashley. Beat for enlisted National Guardsmen and
civic organizations on with the respective School Kansas City, creditors to examine the
comedian Dick Gregory articles the STAR has military personnel blood bounds were chasing -
the matter of Negro po- companies.:: Kan. became the first books prove their
who has been one of the been besieged by telephone on liberty. By him on robbery and
claims elect trusteeand
llcemen. Burns dispatched The lady who lost her Negro candidate for a
leaders conducting a Negro and personal 'your tactful and cooperative transact such other kidnap charge
representatives property through fore- future U. S. manned
voter registration calls from persons approach to business properly Allen was shot and
to study the effect closure said she asa.T
drive here was allowedto stating they have lost con- matters concerning both space flights come before the court. killed while trying to
and results of
tacted of white
number week.
go free when police properties through reported a military and civilian .be bankruptcy order was break into a Panama ct tyfamer'
hiring Negro policemenin lawyers but was given Dwight was chosen a- .
picked up and jailed 19 machinations by personnel you have signed by court referee a hMH.
other cities and they Negroes during a mess home Improvement com the 'cold shoulder.' substantially increasedthe long with 15 other test J.B. Booher. Jam Det. Set. F.H. 9ray
came back with the re- Meanwhile the STAR pilot trainees who will
march to the voter registration panies. understanding and The company assets will said Allen was wanted
port that the measure office here urges all property take the seven months for in anted
One 69-year old woman working relations between be sold to the highest questioning
was working to great Wednesday.The owners having complaints course the first of
holdups of four weatside
charged that she hada the militaryand bidder at the auction
advantage long line of Negroes to come by and two given by the aero- laundries in May and
salvage company movea civilian personnelin
Burns engineered the were walkin two-abreast duplex frame house on'her register them. the Jacksonvillearea. space research school Fat .r Of Five Jane of 1090.

plan to set op a Negro enroute to the office This Is only the beginning here.
lot, and when the Allen was reeled by
a Negro policemen unit; when police chief Curtis company failed to live and we aim tobe Tour contributions The class begins June Sentenced For FBI agents and Orajr when
told them to dis-
it went through, and If Lan it through to the 17. After graduation
perse into smaller up to an agreement tocomplete to the Jacksonville Non Support he was chased into a

Negro patrolmen par- gr ou p a. repairs on the :omplete satisfaction Shore Patrol have been;, the class will be available cornfield after evading !

ticipated in graduation When the chief's demandSwere building, she, in turn, of all concerned. of inestimable value to for pilot BARTOW A 34-year old a police trap.Ibile .
held at Wilder father was sentenced toa
exercises ignored, police began stopped monthly payments .. * the United States Navy managers or consultantson being transported

I park Recreation Center herding end of the in hope of makIng and reflect great future U. S. manned one year prison sen- from a preliminary Rearing l
memorable and fitting Cent.ext: "eek tence for failure to
in line marchersGregoryamong .the company live credit upon yourselfand space flights. support his five minor on armed robbery r

cere**yBj.tkis them--into parked up to its promises. the Naval Service." i * charges to city Jail \
time the face The Inside Story Allen leaped from the I
buses and carried them The company charged
Jacksonville Atty. ;.. Orf:is Yfitiai III'ts. Andrew Carter of Winter
of began off to jail. that she broke the con- About Haydon Burns car being driven I by Constable

to.<**Me. Ashley Street They returned Gregoryto tract and instituted a WASHINGTON Stressing mediate congressional Haven was Judged guiltyof A. F. Wilson and I
charges following a
ran beds cleaned up o the Negroes voter mortgage foreclosure on a "do-it-now" action action on speeding up escaped.
hearing Monday before
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* cavpaiga headquarters. her property. Atty. Gen. Robert Kennedy Negro voting registration Criminal Judge R.H * * .
this week called, for 1m- ,
By the letter of the An!don .

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2323 tecriff Road....PkiM ELfki 46782U t! t -- -Rr fi WASHINGTON. D. C.---The "dollars-and-

4-5783 r. .' cents" value of getting a high school or
J :: .. ..... ';It_, t: !'. college education was emphasized by Hobart
1 MAILING AIIRESS :' "": :. Taylor. Jr. executive vice chairman of
.q-. \\I-JI '::: : :. ;: the President' Committee on Equal Employ
.I' _.!' .: _:..
P. I.. Box 511, lack rasvi1le 1, FlirUaSHISCRIFTII I. 4 _. .... ment Opportunity.In .

---- ': a speech to the students of Cardozo
RATES ::6TI fi High School in Washington. D. C. Mr.

,One year $6.00 Half lear $4.00 _1 t ) Taylor pointed out that on the average a

{ Mailed, to yon Anywhere In the united States ,.' .. .. ..'-,: "";" .' man who finishes only grade school will

Subscription payable in Advance : :, make a total of $154,000 or

Send Check or Money order :o: .. 1 f: less than $4,000 a year dur- ,
FLORIDA STAR P. 0. BOX 561 I ..--
> his
-: :\ J '." ing lifetime of work
Jacksonville I, Florida ANei.sf one who finishes high school

will earn $257.000 or about
Asptiufneit Of School Howls $6,000 a year, and one who t
graduates from college will

Is A Coirs* Tt Coisidtr earn, 435000.
'In other words, you can
Once again the controversial issue of consider that completing your

appointed school superintendents versus high school education may SIMPSON

elected superintendents has come up. In well mean more than $100.QUO to you, "
the special election held last week, two he pointed out. 'And that's pretty good
of the large counties, and incidentally ? t, pay for just a few years of school. Or,

counties which have been called progres- PERMITTING SUCH DEFIANCE IS A BLOW TO OUR WORLD LEADERSHIP if you're already in the tenth or eleventh

sivevoted to appoint their school heads. grades. $100,000 for just one or two
Orange and Brevard counties voted to take i B W BPYour years."

politics out of their top school spot by The speaker pounted out that the average

giving the school board authority to appoint I earnings of the Negro population are con-
the school head. Both counties are .- -. Weekly siderably less than the earnings of the
in the "missile belt." Brevard County : white population, but he declared "thatis
Aj boasts of one of the most progressive changing." .. ": '

educational systems in the country.In "The relative economic position of the

the same election, Hillsborough and ) wed > Horoscope Guide Negro has improved in recent years, although
I Broward Counties voted against the : it is still far behind the rest of

switch. Last November, a total of fifteen the population," he continued.Mr. .

counties were given the right to decideon -t'.1 ly PABLO The ASTROLOGER Taylor said there has been a steady
an appointed or elected head by a and accelerating, pace of progress in a-
special constitutional amendment adopted WHICH ARE YOUR. LUCKY DAYS FOR chieving equal employment opportunity for
statewide. In most of the counties the all segments of the popula ionbut he
balloting has not been held. BUSINESS LOVE TRAVEL added that he was 'aware that the p r ogress -

In 1958, Duval County voters rejected I is frustratingly slow even at its
proposal to make the office appointive.Many present accelerated pace."
political observers called the 1958 "Even while I realize that the devastat-
election a test of the incumbent school ARIES Born,June 22nd thru ing sufficient time for comfort and security. ing results of a century of discrimination -

head* s popularity because it was generally Born March :21st thru o. 0 July 22nd the research 'and medita- fast-moving events may degradation and denial cannot be

known that he and the existing board tion you deem,necessaryfor cause you to take a new overcome in a single year I still can
Those of
you who are
April 19th
members were at odds. At the end of a urged to take risks, a proper evaluationof look at your basic phi- wish that it were so," he declared.In .
heated campaign in which charges and calculated and otherwise the matters involved losophies. You cannot resist urging the students to continue their

counter-charges flew those in favor of This should be a fairly should refuse to (9th). You should devote the pressure of educations, Mr. Taylor pointed out that
keeping the post elective won. good period to exert make any commitmentsthat yourself principally to change and you will make "you need to take into consideration the
In recent years we have had our schools yourself to elicit run contrary to your duties finances. it easier on yourself by very basic fact that this technical revo-

severely critized. Just last week, two recognition for meri- your more conventional ,well-being and emotional compromising with it lution of today means a steady declinein
eminent professional educators in the toriour and conscientious practices. Suggestionsand interests as there are rather than by puttingup the availability of the types of jobs

area resigned their posts and accepted could take service.the form TThis ofa counterproposal opportunities of'; meritoriour' a futile struggle a- generally known as blue collar.
"no" '
other jobs because of school conditionsin pay Increase or pro- are_ ap(. to .be 'so profound : speculative"r'isk's"effort: Take"and'curb : gainjr'o bjr. The 10th "The day is rapidly disappearing when
our community. Other facts speak for motion to a positionthat as to leave you 11th arV possibly your the youngster with a strong back and
themselves. Duval County is at the bottomor will enable you to dangling in the air any extravagant best days this month willing hands can hope for steady work,"
near the bottom of every statistical deploy your skills and without knowing whetherto tendencies. when you should have the he explained. 'The fact is that 10 percent
table sent out by' the State Departmentof aptitudes to better ad- land. You should have 7-50-33-12-38-753 benefit of intuitive of the total labor force today i s

Education. Even though we passed a 35 vantage. You could benefit some ready answers guidance and of finding engaged in unskilled jobs, but by 1970we
mating it possible for
million dollar bond issue and have spent from existing opportunities SCORPIO the way to stabilizeyour will need only five per cent in that
the greater portion of it, the effects or create you to' make sound finan- Born Oct. 24th thru economy and home capacity.'.'
cial provisions for the
have not been seen in our schools. Areas them if they are nowhare. Nov. 22nd Ii fee
present as well as the
such as special, education and vocationaland in sight. You may also future. 8-50-77-17-79-857
technical education have been be enabled to purchase This second. quarter
ignoredin .,. ., ? URBAN, LEAGUE CITES ANTI HAS
Florid second largest metropclitian supplies, clothing or V. promises to _be. a much AQUARIUSBorn
and most any other essentials at happier one for most Jan. 20th thru
area important industrial
Let's face it. Something's got be reasonable prices. LEO '.,Scorpios. Stay in the' Feb. 18th GAINS ON AIR BASE HOUSING LIST

done. Politics must be removed from Du- 2-90-44-19-59-294 Born July 23rd thru background and observe You should find this a
val County Schools if we are to progress Aug. 22nd everything and everyone rather fulfilling periodif OMAHA--The most significant breakthroughto
TAURUS with the of
purpose date in the and multifronted
About 855G of the nation's
largest securi-
you have
Born April 20th thru placing them in their
school systems have appointed heads- There may be more to do ty-conscious and have fight against racial discrimination in
including Dade County. May 20th this week than you an- proper category. Show made all the necessary military installation housing has been

One fear associated with appointed Those of who are ticipated. Measure out individual initiativein provisions to insure accomplished here as a direct result of
you the way of choosing
heads is that the appointing agency will Intent on making an impression your time have all allies hobbies friends sufficiency and peace of an effort initiated three months ago
pertinent data at hand by the National Urban League on behalf o f
have too much power and that politics v,th new and and employment There' mind come what may.
will increase. Under the existing school glamorous Easter outfits and make short work of I should be several opportunities Should some of you" have its Omaha affiliate.The .
would individuals who waste in this Defense Department, as a result o f
board in Duval County most voters available been remiss respect -
should find this week
as ,
your precious minutes in- the President Executive: Order OB hous-
vote against them appointing a school to take up the
head. The present board is not representative fulfilling as it is ex- idle talk. You may close making it anything unnecessary that matter with associatesor ing, has banned the practice by some military -
The best
citing. datesto accept
profitable deals obtain base commanders of maintaining sepa-
of current Duval County population professional individuals -
for lack of
get items that are comes
valuable property rate listings of private off-base dwelling
distribution. better. Love for a who can get
unique and original or win the support of a facilities available to and white-
When school district boundaries were should be the 9th-11th. valuable ally. You person as well as for you off to a good start.
set years ago, five board mem- Plan and check up on all armed forces personnel.The .
up many If you wait until the should have no qualms the arts is being engendered
bers were sufficient. In addition, most last two days you risk about signing up for the essential elements practice specifically pinpointing
outlying areas were sparsely populated.With finding a limited selec- enterprises that could in somewhat (9th). It is good for Offutt Air Force Base here, was broughtto
this in mind any program entailingan tion at high priced and open up bright new hori- mysterious ways. action when you" can unearth the attention of federal authoritieslast

appointed superintendent must also :the disappointments that zons before your eyes. ':I...; 4-10-55-17-56-415 o. splendid opportunities Jan-.St-in: a lettergram: Nelsep Ji.
provide for increasing the size of the are thus engendered. Romance 3-40-99-18-41-349 t> or creat some Nichols :-Tri, "Omaha executive director

school board to seven or nine members.One friendships SAGITTARIUSBorn of your own. to Gov. David L. Lawrence chairman oftbe

cannot deny that, Arlington and the marriages and financial Born VIRGO Aug. 23rd thru Nov. 23rd thru. 9-30-5518-46-935 President's Committee on Equal Opportunity -
other areas south of the River need at partnerships are also 22nd Dec. 21st in housing.In .
Sept PISCES his letter Mr. Nichols had called attention -
least two members. Similar disparitiesexist favored as well as sur- *
in other places. Increasing the prises and unexpected Forget real or fancied There is little doubt Born Feb. 19th thru to Information developed by the

size of the board will give all areas of. opportunities. personal slights and that you are among those March 20th Omaha UL, jointly with the league national -

.:. who are in the vanguard office that Negro personnel were
the county representation. An example of 6-40-33-15-97-643 prejudices as you maybe
of advanced thinkers the This should be being discriminated against in listings
the best
weaknesses in the current setup can be seen more in need of love,
by two recent events. A board member who GEMINI understanding and dependable many who mId like to Quarter of the month for of private housing maintained by Offutt

lives in a rural community has succeededin Born 21st thru allies than you change the face of the the Piscians who are housing officers and thus were not. securing -
having the county's most modern school May realize. And if you have world into one that con- married or who intend to equal treatment.
build in his district. The two million June 21st created animosities on forma to more idealistic wed as well as for all On March 13 Mr. Nichols was advised IB a
Your ideas public and domestic relations John J. Reed Deputy
dollar plant will be completely air- the part of vindictive conceptions. letter, signed by
conditioned and will be ultramodernin You are not the one who people in the past, and talents could be -devoted in general.. Assistant Secretary of Defense, that
can be left behind when don't lull yourself into i to the betterment Start slowly and work up maintenance of such dual listing was tQ
all respects. The same board member yon realize that so many a state of mind that j of mankind In any way enough enthusiasm from be abolished not only at Offutt AFB but
has the Negro vocational school in his around you are avid to could lead you into a that is now open to you. there on until the end at other installation where the practice
district and a look at that plant will of llth. when results
show themselves off to The organizations that
position where they can was in effect. The letter states 1m
answer all questions. His district includes their best advantage do have the good fortune of should far exceed you
you or your reputa-
from Baldwin on the west obtaining your services expectations. Agree
an area during the coming week-
tion greatest "The Secretary of Defense by issuance
to Broad and Ashley Streets. Proposed end festivities. But as should not be slow in cents contracts long-
expansions in vocational offerings call it takes considerabletime assigning yon to the range plans and confidential of an order on March 8, 1963, has pre-
of this
9-20-66-14-42-026 cluded further listings type. The
for a course in Industrial Electricity and effort not to place where you can do financial arrangements effective
to be offered in the district of a board mention ready cash, to LIBRA the most good. may all have Secretary s order specifies that
f their place on the list immediately listings maintained by base
aember who happens to operate a large assemble all the essentials Born Sept. 23rd thru I 7-O-918-73.; of fortunate events housing offices of available private I
commercial electrical firm In the area. get as earlya Oct. 23rd scheduled for these days. housing shall include only those units

The school in the electrician board member start as yon find pos- CAPRXCORH Of course you most contribute which are available without regard to race,

s district is the only school in the sible. Ideal days to You should not allow r Born De22adwhru:> the full force color, creed or national origin."

county scheduled to offer the course. consult the ads, experts yourself to be pinned i Jan.19tiT-. .-, of your intuition and Queried on March 17 by Mr. Nichols concerning -
intends to assume its friends or members - personality to get the
If Duval County down and obliged to ---- the letter, an information spokesmen -
of the family for AltbOUQz"YUUra711keyour wheels of turning -
rightful place on Florida educational furnish answers on the, progress at Offutt said the base bad not received -
brilliant suggestions. world as it is. in the desired di-
ladder every voter slsuld give the factssteationed spot. It Batters not hoi i the order but added: "it will,
above consideration and take 1-70-22-13-52-172 yon do it, as long ftfl,I': particularly if it has rection.6806519559S. of course, be implemented if we receive -

steps to institute the much needed re- CANCER you succeed in obtain, offered you.- a:modi..f. com: of: ., it."
fbms in our school organization.- ; _
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SttllMY APRIL 8, 1963 q. '. FLORIDA STAR '.. -_ -' -, Pitt. :: 3.z_.,
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--- Fin eAr t s Festival I .Slate I J. W. Johnson :
: -==--. YMCA Completes Annual I Drive ,

II _: : ; ; .: : "- : At t Bethune Cooknar. April 5th t 6th

=-'..= -=..: .-. -::.::...--- DAYTONA BEACH---The Division of Humanities of
L.. ,. _/"
r I Bethune-Cookman College: will sponsor .its first
Fine Arts Festival on April 5 and 6. The these
r experiencing a mild degree of success with .
of the festival is "Contemporary Art and Music -
the benefit dance. The Jacksonville Urban League of Modern -
an Expression Man. On Friday, April

t Guild is now making plans for its annual membership 5th from 9 a.m. to 12:00 noon, there will be a
drive which will be climaxed with Installation -
seminar on Contemporary Art, consisting of a

rites for new officers. lecture demonstration by Fred Messersmith, head 4
Sutton is chairman of the committee
Mrs. Margaret
of the department of Art, Stetson University.On .
responsible for making plans for the membership
,r Friday evening at posed of instrumentaliststhroughout
campaign-installation event, which will be announced -
8 p.m.. there will be the Halifax
J at a later date. However, you may expect -
presented a dance inter- will
t to be approached at any moment by a member of the area present
pretation of "West Side Schubert's Mass in G at
Guild soliciting your report for the organization. -
Story" by the Dance- the Peabody AuditoriumFour
Both active and non-participating memberships .
Drama Group of Bethune- voice
outstanding '
are welcomed with equal enthusiasm.The .
Cookman College, under majors will be featuredas
Jacksonville Urban League Guild is an
the direction of Dr. soloistsBarber; Beck.
auxiliary of the Jacksonville Urban League,
Thurman W. Stanback. Kathleen Croc-
t soprano
rendering financial assistance to the League as
There will also be on keet, soprano, P. James
Guild members serving
its main responsibility. 4W
display on campus modern Jenkins .tenor; and Roger
the Board of Directors of the JacksonvilleUrban
A on ,
works of art to be Jenkins baritone. :w
League; include Mrs. Jessie Fears, Mrs.
viewed under the .There will be no admission -
Vanorian Schell, Mrs. Margaret Sutton, Mrs
supervision of Harvey charged how-
Claudia.Burris, and Mrs. Essie D. Silva. Lee of the
departmentof ever; a liberal offering
I Art.
will be taken to benefit

f On a:turcay evening the choir scholarship
April 6 at 8 "n' clock the program. The choir is
Concert Chorale and anA und'er the direction: of : 1
The Jacksonville Alumnae Chapter of Delta Sigma String Orchestra .con- Thomas P. Demps. 4

Theta Sorority is,-.makln .-mammoth plans .for ,,itS;;

tenth biennial "Jabberwock," scheduled for W.W.I. Vete'iansr

April 29, 1963 in the auditorium of New stanton Blocker Musicians

Senior High school. The theme this year is Auxilary, Plan I t ,.

"Streets Internationale." Receive Numerous JUB1LMCI RFIGNEC I : when *orKers in tl'is year's hares Weldon! Johnson Branch ntC.-\' G

Officers of the local chapter'are: Mrs. Hettie Joint SessionDuval's Festival CitationsIn Membership drive received: word tint all previous records were broker.) Although

Mills, president; Mrs. Villye F. Dennis, vice World War I typical fashion, the the IP\ ; membership: goal was set at 500 rcenbers--alFO a new Mfl--tl event closed -

president; Mrs. Marian S. Walker, recording sec- veterans and Auxiliaryare Isaiah Blocker Junior: itt an o\er-the-gonl total, and irer.bers-.hirs: are still seeping Jr. S owe of

retary; Mrs. Queen Bruton, corresponding secretary urging veterans High chool's Band roisi theharry workers are seen ii: the cbove photo.

; Mrs. Edna Adams, treasurer; Mrs. Hazel their wives sisters ciens received a large ( Royal Art Stiu'io: Photo )

a Overstreet, journalist; Mrs. Lucille P. Jones, widows and daughters to number of awards during

historian Mrs. Sallye. Mathis, chaplain, and. attend an important theDistrict .Fertivslheli'lssf : Peter Roulhac Honored By 200 Fashion Show

,sgt.-at-arms. joint.session slated for '. ,
Catherine Jackson ; irl
< iw send
ee, i ;
s Saturday. April 6 at Al achu- a.' Friends, During 16th t Birthday Fete Mrs. Wilson FetedOn Dance Set For

2 p.m. under sponsorship
Individual citation:
of Gateway Barracks No. Civic AuditoriumThe
follow: Fobs: Alfred

't Mrs. Betty Sessions was hostess when Les Unes 3131. Water?,. Cornet; James BirthdayST. first annual project -

Charmantes Bridge Club held its most recent meet- Officers of both Departments West. Trumpet: Rober; in a Spring Dance

ing. Guest. players included Mrs. Demetrie Wesson will be on. 'Wilson Cornet; Michael AUGUSTINE Mrs. and Fashion Show will
hand for the annual
Mrs. Leola Powell, Mrs. Iva Grant and Miss election of Auxiliary Ft e wart, Trombone! ; Anna Wilson, prominent be sponsored by the

I Queen E. Jenkins. Mrs. Wesson was recipient of officers. The installa- Felisa Villarln. Flute; Northeast Florida Leaderwas Progressive Young Hens

the guest prize. .. Club in Civic Auditorium
r will'be CCbarH Kennebr e*, .Bas s the recipient of a -
Mrs.Joyce Lawson and Mrs. Barbara Walker were held on ceremony April 20th. Horn; Harold Buggs Bas s surprise birthday party Monday night*

high.scorers. among club,members., : ': .. Brooks Community Cent- ,.:JHo r.nR e_n e,e t .lewie! last Sunday at her 84 April 15. Activitieswill

11 Other menters participating in the meeting'"weref ter. 1408 Tyler St.. Clarinet; Ronald Bel ton. Lovett St. residence get underway at

Mrs. Maxine Jackson, Mrs. Alma Daniels, Mrs. Helen Bass Clarinet and There: :) here 7:30 o'clock.
will be the meeting
Gregory, Mrs. Arnetta Walker 'and Mrs. Xelia place Robert Morgan Wallace, Snare Drum. ,, Among the numerous attendees Proceeds from the af-

Mitchell. adjutant and J.S. Student conducting;: k. were Mrs, Rosa fair will go towards

( Felisa Villarin and Pleasant and her two setting up the organi
I Irving Fr. commander : .
Patricia Crawford. r' zation's scholarshipfund.
daughters Mrs G T
announced. Meetings will .
Duet Thomas Fallac e. .
be held there every : S S.r Linnenthal and Miss

1 Mesdames Alma Johnson, Hannah Jones and Mary Saturday at 2 p.m. and Arthur Dix, SnarE. t-: t Thelma Pleasant a close Models will be the

Floyd were hostesses when the Silhouettes of Drums. ,. relative. Mrs. Lauvinia Misses Claressa Grant,

Jacksonville met last Thursday evening at the Trio i Renee Lewis JolitaSi.mons.4Al1.4t 31. .+f'. .,! T Marquez. all of whom Curlew King, Margaret
Eldo r p49., i.:..;:;"; :;lr :; :,: -"..'. .""- .""..Ji. 17.?;.-- Marriage"tLicenss (- "'"Singletary! Clarinets. 1 i r'T"'"Yl ,. s, were accompanied by Mrs. Nixon, Marie Brinklay,

E Mrs. Gloria Parsons, president, presi'ded.over Brass Ensemble: 'Alfre(I Beatrice McKinzJe and Geraldine Rllirt and 1

the business session. Foremost on the agenda % grandson Maudil Wilkes Catherine Pi tt..... -

1J was the appointment of a committee to plan for a Waters. James West. all from Jacksonville Male models will be

closing event. Mrs. Alma Johnson, Mrs. Carrie Albert J. Evans. 1405 Trumpets Geraldine; Nathaniel Wil- A shower of beautiful William Washington,
h 1 Parsons, Mrs. Almira wilson Mrs. Dorothy: Sweet, Franklin St. 29 and gifts and cards in addi- Lindsey Williams, AlonaoScnolestie
liams. Horns Michae 1 l
Mrs. Beulah Joyner and Mrs. Virginia Mathis were Mary demons. 1405 ; tion to a huge birthday and Isaac
Stewart Coy Bing,,
named on the committee. Franklin Street. 28. HONOREE PETER AND IIO'mmJdRS. ROULHAC PARTY cake were tendered the Freeaan.

Mrs. Gloria Parsons was high scorer in the bridge Carstairs K. Jackson. Trombones; Charli* honoree. The cltiu recently

session held during the social period, while 1967 W. 4th St 18 and Keonebrew Harold Bugg II More than 200 personal friends thronged spacious.* Mrs. Wilson is the sponsored a High School
Bass Horns and Thorn a!!
Mrs. Jjjdia Sweet <
c Other members present IncludedMrs'.lAtm: Mclntdgh;, Woodside Avenqe 17. Wallace. ...:., tymrmiyMajorettes .. .., ....: .: son of Mr. and Mrs. Peter W. Roulhac Sr. onPeter's Richardson and Mrs projects' to aid yo y"g
James Phillips 1516 W. ; Plain e .
Mrs. Hadassah Bullard, Mrs. Beulah Joyner, Mrs. 16th birthday. Mattie Floyd. people.
31st St., 30 and Delores Harrison, Evelyn John
Dorothy- Sweet, I rs':'Carr1"e*Parsohs, Mrs. Virginia: 717 Rhonda Ba'kJe'r.Beverly :Under the direction of
Gardner. son. ,. at the party were Mr.
Mathis and Mrs. Moses Davis. 19. Club Eldorado Manager
Street HhondHightower.
McNair. IL
and Mrs. E. L. Hughes,
Leroy Jones. 835 ver- Curtis Taylor, a tasty Coeslltatlee
son Ft 36 and Elizabeth Peter's God-parents,
luncheon served ad-
B. Simmons 724 W. Thomas and Harriett lie Mrs. Barbara Harrison,
midst the colorful St.
8th Street. 37. Neil.. Mr. and Mrs. Edgar L. ExMMatieaTou
George Starkes, Dr. James R. Henderson, Dr. C. B. Patrick's Day decor.
During regula r: Smith
Henry Pobinson Savannah Peter's aunt Will Be Told In Plain Words What the Trouble Is.
McIntosh and Julius Guinyard were hosts when the monthly meeting on Monday The honoree was the
Ga. 27 end Josephine M. and uncle. Mrs. Jean What Is Causing It and What May Be Done To CorrectIt.
Jacksonville Alumni Chapter of Kappa Alpha Psi May 1 at 7:30 p.m recipient of scores
Troy. 1574 Steele St.. Liptrot and Mrs. J. if You Suffer With:
Fraternity met recently at the Garden Club on West lii the school auditors' of presents. Scott.

Seventeenth Street.The" .. 24. specie .recognition nil 1! Assisting the Rouhlacs ARTHRITIS HEADACHES THROAT DI60ROT8S
Jerry Henderson 1550 the student- s ASTHMA BLOOD PRESSURE SINUS INFBCTION6
group is busy planning activities for its be given
Dot St., 20 and Mary A.
annual Black an&an&WhltevBollioscheduled' : :: for April listed above.
Smart 2044 Hartridge DI8EA8! ErA
26. The affair is invitational. 21. MEET YOUR FRIENDS
Street Final Easier ProgrllRehearsals RHEUMATISM iSLOdD & SKIN PROSTATE THOUflLR:
Arthur Lee Mallory.
Chelsea St. 25 and SaturdayFinal
Ethel M. _Weston 232 A, rehearsals for th<

1 n ivitbPepsl Chelsea St., 29. two Easter Sunday pre 5237 NEW KINGS RD. (near 45th St.) LUMBAGO LIVER &MET GAIL') AND WOMB
Al Smith. 1415 Francis
"The Sevei
sentations. DANCE ALL NIGHJ Friday, Saturday Nites I treat conditions commonly considered surgical
I St. 23 and Khadijah Last Words of Christ" 1 .
for those who April 5-6 without the use of a knife. Modern method of diagnosis -
Karira. 1415 Francis St.,
will be held Saturda
E : (Music by 'The'onderful Mighty Twisters, and treatment. FRE-!XU INATION RT TONLY30yeara
12 o'clock) ndoa.ii n:
E think young at 9 p.m. to 4, a.m. The club is open for successful practice in Jacksonville.HOURS .
St. Matthew Baptist
17.LEO'S 1 Church. 614 Frank]in 'private parties, club meetings, Monday 10 a... to 6:30 p.m. ---- PHONE O 4-1187

,pre F..., SHOE REPAIR St. and 1:30 p.n. in ,Waiter I through Thursday nights only. DR. REX SMITH

900 Test State Street (Upstairs)
Memorial AME Zioi
far Reservation Call EV 4-3236
3 :T 1":,_ Shoe Repairing Church. 1210 Madison St. Office Formerly Occupied by Dr. Lyncker-Oppoait Ritz

". .'.., -. :...\;> Prof. E. Clifford Davis,

Of Any Kind director of the Sin g < <

Y Along announced.with Davis Singer 'Sglr 1 il"e te1!. ;

Is Bar Oily Bisiness_ Parents are urged ti .

send 'or bring theichildren :0r Myrtle Ave and Adams Phone EL f4l468Sprtial

845 Florida snags to eithe: i

rehearsal. Treat


Elect. SHAD FILLETS wtth 1 .!... *.. 99.bcb .41 t


t Ward 7 At Large: LL

1i : Lk.
Progress And Best u. MEDIUM
nun neiDA--u*k_
Interests Of Our MULLET
LOBSTER 69c U. .
City u. LAICI # Eu.

L Kinrfisti STEAKS .49c MULLET u.29c a
Her mother or her sister?
Progress And Best C...iae' STEAKFISH 59c
: u.

Whether you want the excitement of M different
__ Especially The Improvement BEACH WHITNING 1.39c hair shade, or want to give new life to dull or

Of City gray hair...insist on the Iong.I.. ....huirealnrin
.Parents have as much fun as Streets."A SHRIMPBOAT WHITNING ..32c the famous red package-
Fair Deal For' ShtlUUh& Boneless Dept. Larieuse. It's easy to apply and complete in

yeunfttars today..and, naturally,funtecttt&s Everyone" CLAW CRAB MEAT .. .. ............._...U. $lao one packaJe-there' nothing else to buy.

Pepjll Nothing drenches your {P&COiA WHITE DELUXE CJUB MEAT .........,........ $1-15
Past Record Proven To Be Civic SEA SCALLOPS.. ,I.M "" ............ ..... 79cLOISTIX !ityJ' 18LQVHY
tWftt like a cold,Inviting PaplThtek .. Minded. TAILS-4 H C 0*. Siit. Frs<. .. Ik $1.$0 coicw*

clue . .. . ,
Vitally Interested In WelfareOf I CLAW FINCIU 1Z 0 c. sins

young-say"Pepsi, pl.UlIH Jacksonville COCKTAIL LUMP '.. .. . .. . . ..... U.U L.O1.1 -. '.0 i
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Annual Program Celebrants WoailawB Presbyterian

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I NEWS .. F Elder S. Olin Pearson fij Rif. !I. Rt&icl ,
"IFT iMr.a is calling a meeting of

4 all choir members, or-
An appreciation musicale in honor of Rev. R. L. ganists and persons who PASTOR 8F SlIPS I.

Rogers, pastor, and Prof. E. Clifford Davis, are interested in church

music director, 'will be held Sunday at 8:30 p.m. 1 music to meet with him

in Walter Memorial AME Zion Church, 1012 Madison 4 L / 4 Friday night at 8 p.m. KHRSilST CEQRCi

Street. Participating groups will include Choirs in the Westminster Hut.

fi 1 and 2 and the Male Chorus ,of Abyssinia Baptist 14 t'4 3' rI 'a The Music Committee of

Church, Choirs 1 and 2 of Dayspring Baptist, I jft the church for quite
By J. a E D DIe It
: sometimes has had as its
Choir 1, the Young Peoples Chorus and Male :1 4
project, the purchasingof KEEP. YOUR PROMISE
Chorus of Tabernacle Baptist>> and the Calvacade 4 f church ** "" i ..HM
a new organ.It
Singers. The public is invited. is our sincere desireto I have learned by experience that it is much

easier to make a promise than it is to keep one.
have this new Instru-
-. -. -. -. -. -. -. -. -. -. -..-.-.-. -.-. -. -. -. -. -. ii ment enrich our worship But that does not excuse us to brake then once a

F- experience in our new promise is made. Many of us, unconsciously or
Holy Communion will be administered Sunday at consciously, evade our promises by substituting
building now being e-
5 p:m. in St. Matthew Baptist Church, 28th and rected at Cleveland and something else for the promise that we made. We
Moncrief Road. All choirs- will serve with Usher Woodlawn Roads. are still held accountable.A .

Boards 1 and 2. Visitors are always welcome. The Church School will story is told of two young people who were almost -

to break up love affairs because of the young
begin Sunday. April 7.
-.-. -. -. -. -. -. -. -. -.-. -. -. -. -. -. -. -. -. -. in the George Washington man's neglect. The young man was unwilling to

Carver Elementary School break up, and therefore confessed his neg-
Holy Communion will be administered Sunday at z 2854 W. 45th Street at lect and offered a present to the young lady as a

4 p.m. in Abyssinia Baptist Chucfc. Rev. B. L. ". 10 a.m. with T.V. Huger.superintendent seal of their restored relationship, which would
-".. .
Wynn, pastor, will deliver the sermon. All Choirs p E ,. : in settle the whole matter. She agreed to his sug-

and ushers will serve.Monthly conference will s, i r "* ; ... "3:. : ch arge. gestion. He took her down town in the most exclusive -
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be held Friday night at 8 o'clock with Rev. Wynn t 6 '4;.y .F The Morning Worship stores which the young lady was very

and officers in charge. The Sunday School Chorus 'SEVENTH ANNIVERSARY program of the popular Biven Specials young group of service begins at 10:55a. eager to visit, but she kept silent. Finally, he

F will hold its Easter rehearsal Saturday at 4 p.m. gospel singers will be held Sunday at eight p.m. in the auditorium of Mt. m. with Rev. F. D. came to the Five and Ten Cent Store, ushered the

The church and pastor's anniversary will be Ararat Baptist Church's Education Bull ding.Special guests will be the Original Wilson pastor, bringingthe young lady in and said to her, "You choose, I

+ held April 14-19 during which time various Gospel Harmonettes of Birmingham Ala.; The Sensational Nightingales of Wash- message and also buy."

ministers and their congregations will have ington, D. C., and the Gospel Ecoes, city. The program will be opened by Dea- serving the Communion.The I am not unaware that this sounds like "one

charge of nightly services. con Andrew McCall and the Sunbeam Singers.Other groups will include the United Choir and the of those old jokes" but I observe so much of this

Lattimore Singers, Adrian (Ken) Knight and Willie Martin will serve as mastersof Westminster Choir will kind of business in real life situations until i

-.-. -.-.-.-.-.-.-.-. -.-. -. -. -.-. -.-. -.-.-.-.- ceremonies. Mrs. Thelma Edwards will have charge of the hostesses and support the rites with believe the literal story.It is said that a
Deacons Williams of Mt. Ararat Leroy Mallory of Mt. Calvary and Deacon La- C. E. Simmons. Jr. at drowning man will make any kind of promise whilehe

The 42nd annual Holy Communion: of the Churchof vine of lit. Ararat will have charge of devotionals beginning at 8:30 p.m. the piano. is still drowning.If he is rescued, everything

God in Christ, West Florida, is conveningat Mrs- Inez Bivens is the group's manager. The public is invited. The United Choir and looks different,. sohe.usually Icbuges his mind

the State Temple, 338 Chelsea St. and will -- the Westminster will once such emergency ceases to exist.

J continue through April 9, Rt. Rev. Wales R. Gospel Echoes Winner And Runner-Up sing in white robes. Although emergencies serve to remind us of broken -

I Nesbitt Sr.,presidIng. Emphasis is being centeredon We are extending a promises, they do not remain with us long

1 the spirituality of the total convention, Slate Program special invitation to enough to mend those broken promises, neither

the office of Church Extension announced.Mrs. visitors and friends to were they designed to tutor us as a substitutefor
At t First Born worship with us Sunday.BIRTHS. character. I dare to assert that if mankind

-.-.-.-.-. -.-. -. -. -. -. -. -. -. -. -. -. -. -. -.-. -. The Gospel Echoes will had done only those things through the ages which

be featured in a gospel k were easy, we would be still living in sand caves.

Hazel Gross, program director, announced recital along with other r It in not <(<'(..*', to ImJM character but characteris

that the annual Easter Drama, "Crucify Him" wellknown groups Tuesday, Mr. and Mrs. Lawrence needed more so today, else our society and

will be presented in Mt. Ararat Baptist Church night April 9 at 8 o' Outlaw; 453 Lafayette civilization will deteriate for lack of real

Easter Sunday night at 7 clock. Rev. D.'J. clock in Howard Memorial Street; Boy. support. Our tendency to evade promises indi-

I Graham, pastor will serve as narrator. The First Born Church No., 2. F r- Mr. and Mrs. Robert Polite cates this lack.I .

drama will depict the Life of Christ from early 1459 W. Union St., Sis- ; 1326 W. 21st St. ; have heard-stories of men experiencing action

childhood, climaxing with His Death and Ressurec- ter Rosetta Cohen spon- Boy. in war, how they promised to use their next opportunities -

tion." sor, announced. Mr. and Mrs. James while they were experiencing action.I .

Program participants, Crumbley; 2548 Highland have talked with people who were wounded or

1'' -. -. -.-.-.-.-. -: -. -. -. -. -. -. -. -. -. -. -.-.-. will be the Angelites Street; Girl. sick and listened to their promises. I have
ALTHOUGH, the fair sex--aS usual--won the
Voice of Jerusalem Mr. and Mrs. Lucious listened and talked to men and women who were
Holy COmmunion'service will be administeredat Traveling Stars, Brother contest, the young man on the right Mobley; 869 Cemetary seeking for public offices and have seen the
evidently doesn't seem to mind the fact
St. Thomas Baptist Church Sunday beginning McCall and the Sunbeams Lane; Boy. outcome of promises. From these experiences
f at 3 p.m. with the deacons in charge of devo- the'Soul Revivers, the that Almita Mixon (left) daughter of Mr and Mrs. James conclude that they are much easier to make than
Mr. and Mrs. James Mixon of 1539 W. 13th
Biven Specials. Brother Harmen; 4643 Moncrief
tions and the choirs and ushers participatingin they are to keep. ,
the processional. Rev. W. C. Neal, pastor, Sam Henson. Deacon St. won the Baby Contest sponsored recently VillageBoy.- There Is no::one 'who misuses his opptfrttttflty
F will administer the Lord's Solomon Timmons, Zion by the Missionary and'Matrcns'Department Mr and Mrs. Eddie ""to '
Supper. Sunday's who does not find ways say that he will do
and of the Union Progressive Baptist Holmes 1763 W. 19th
regular order of service will begin with Sun- Grove Spiritual ; better if he is granted another chance. Practically .
others. Association. The young man is Harold St re et ; GirlMr.
day School at 9:30 a. m. and morning worship at everyone wants another chance. Whether he
The public is Invited. Moody, son of Mr. and Mrs. L. Moody of and Mrs Curtis
11 a.m. The pastor will deliver the sermon. uses it wisely is another matter. One prevailingidea
Elder Flax Howard i's 1722 W. 6th St. Third place was awardedto Jackson; 6744 W. VirginiaCt.
is that if he misuses one, he will misuse
host pastor.Walker Perry Jenkins, son of Mrs. Eva Mae Boy.
-.-. -. -. -. -. -. -.-. -. -. -. -. -. -. -.-. -. -.-.-.- ; another.Certainly he will continue to misuse
Jenkins, 1444 Powhatten Mr. and Mrs. Earnest
St.Photo opportunities until he is changed. Most of us
by Baker) Gooden; 1303 Woods Ft. ;
-- College to misuse.
want too many opportunities
1 Girl.
]I.1' -
I To Observe Lilly Of Valley Mr. and Mrs. Roy McKin- -
,- ,; J ) :'J : ', Anniversary .J4en's Fete- Adrortuw uri. .
Founder's DayA Club Sponsors SocialA non; 7136 Esther St. ; Day ". -... ..-. .
) VOTE t FOR Celebrant Boy. Planned r For i May 19
full week of activi- highly successful Mr. and Mrs. Freddie

ties. March 31-April 7. social was sponsored recently Owens; 1630 W. 17th St.; At New Bethel AME
DICKBURROUGHS has been designated for by members of the Boy.

the observance of the Lillie of the ValeyS.S.Club Mr. and Mrs. Willard P.J. Williams and W.D.

1 I II It 47th anniversary of in the home of Mr. Peddick; 1176 W. 22nd Cannon have been selected -

Walker Commercial Col- and Mrs. Saitty at their 1 Street; Boy. as chairman rind

lege. 5436 May Drive residenceThe Mr. and Mrs. Earnest co chairman, respectively iiiI11yItY
I CITY COUNCILMAN ... EIGHTH WARD I menu consisting of Thomas; 1189 W. 21st for New Bethel AME

Pol. Aclv Paid for by Dick Bunou::;hal chitterlings pigs feet. Street; Boy. Church's annual Men's
1 barbecue with all of the Day observance which
fixings was enjoyed byI will be. held on Sunday

I I the numerous attendees. May; :"19th.
SALE GOOD Officers in attendancewere Lily White Society The Sarah McGinnis

ALL WEEK Mrs. H.M. Green Missionary Society will
Plans Miami
president; Mrs. Demetria Trip sponsor a Calendar Tea i.

APRIL 3.APRIL"J Wilson, secretary Pete Lily bite Society "0. Sunday April 21st in 1'1.X1tJIJIJNNOl :
2 DISCOUNT STORES Wilson reporter and 173. plans sponsorshipof the lower auditorium of WES

830 Cassat Ave King Samuel a trip to Miami to the church. In addition CANDIDACY
The next regular
NEAR COLUCI) ing will be held Monday REV. JOSHUA REDDICK attend the' Grand Assembly to the tea, the Society FOR CITYCO.IMIISNIOftER

1824 W. Beaver St. night. April 8 with Mrs. pastor of Simpson Sunday April 28. is sponsoring two con
u.s.90 Ntir Stock. Mrs. Calvin 4106 Fair- Methodist Church is The bus will leave testants Mrs. Serena :
members shown cutting the birth- Jefferson and OrangeSts. Tolbert and Mrs. Elnora GROUP 3-AT LARGE

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former Claire Butler oC J_ck
celebrated jointlyby Mrs. Thad N. Brown of CONTINENTAL IOWLIN6 LANES
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Morticians' Here cT; '. Top Sly dents List

Monday, April 8th I 4P Thirty two studentsmade

' ... ,. yI the Dean's Lilt and
George H. Cause, president fifty-eight earned honor
of the Florida
I roll ratings for the
State Morticians Associ- 1 1t
Fall Semester at Florida
ation, Governor of the
Normal and Industrial
Fifth Regional Districtof
Memorial College. Dr.
the National Funeral Peid F. Jackson, regis
Directors and Morticians r- a 111 trar-director of student

; be Association the guest speaker Inc. will and: !* # iN RkL'rL personnel Students announced.who earned

l I.; conduct the election of M averages between 3.5-

officers for the Fifth IL 4.0 are placed on the
i Regional District of the AP Dean's List and those
Florida Morticians, here earning 3.0-3.49 averageare
Monday April 8th. listed on the honor

The meeting will be E- 1ll roll. Pr. Jpckson said

held at the Geter-Baker 4 Four students earned

Funeral Home 767 West perfect averages of 4. 0
Beaver Street at 8 p.m. They are Andrea McNeil;

Oscar Irving HillmanSt f Frma SiMtons; Frnestine

.of Hillman's Funeral Stewart and fvelyn

Home, former presidentof Fright.
the Florida State Others listed on the

Morticians Associationand Pecn'sList are: Jessie

member of the National Anderson; Gwendolyn

Funeral Directors and EDWARD WATERS ,COLLEGE Interns displayed marked which is one of- the teeming departments of points out study literature in the library. Batie; Flnora Boldin;

Morticians Association, interest when they recently toured the Duval today's education system. In photo left, the Photo (right) : Mrs. Brooks explains operation Flaine Bradley; BettyJ

will preside as district Board of Public Instruction's Material Center, Center's Mrs. Gloria M. Brooks (extreme left) of movie projector in film library. Tonal son; Geraldine

chairman. __ (Baker Photos) Ferguson ; Jerelene
Cause, who served under -- --- ------ --- Flowers Bertilda

r ';Hillman as executive Na t'.1 u. rdLaunches Peic Corps Tasks. RewardingTo BiitiIJbi Greek Youth Seeks Enrollment arnica; Bettie; Gilbert;
secretary of the Florida
tuthenia Heaitigway; Mare

Morticians Association, Forimr EWe FAMU Grad For NegroesIn 'In Gibbs Junior College Jones; Patricia Lane:
will outline his plans be in the Nina Lawton Delores
ST. PETEPSBUFG Another precedent may ;
I for the National District MARACAIBO, Vanezuela---The Peace Corps Miami making for Gibbs Junior College. A spokesman .for Lee; Willie M Lee;

and the Florida All-Out Drive has proven a dream come true to Florida MIAMI---Better jobs for the young institution disclosed that a native a'f Gloria Sims; JacquelineMoore.

State morticians. This Miss Cora Louise Russ, of Pensacola, a Negroes here are gradually Athens. Greece is. seeking to enroll for the 1963 .

will be a preview of his WASHINGTON D.C. The language majorEnglishSpanish and French) opening up despitelack fli' ...e.Leftery......... Also, Thelaa Mosley;

i recommendations to be National Guardboth who is now a Peace Corps Volunteer teach- of application bids Gefrides is .the dents are now studyingat Pearline Quary; Jennie

"1 presented to the National Army and Air has launched ing university English here. by qualified Negroes, a name! of the young Greek Gibbs by means of a redden; James Roberts;

{ District body com- an all-out recruit- Miss Russ had long Special A s1stant, 'Office civil rights advisory high school student special African Student Peachie Pose; Julie Ann
prising Alabama;,.Ceoxgiaj I riifcg' d:fve General Fund, and it is possible Scott Patricia SimpkinsBennie
> Major cherished the idea of of Public Affairs committee was told Tues- seeking to enroll in ;
11 and Florida and also the Donald W. Me Go wan. Chief working with people in Peace Corps Washington day. Gibbs Junior College that we can work out B. Smith; Fred

State Convention which of the National- Guard Latin America. Her invi 25, D. C.Neighbors. ,Appearing as a witness Dean of Instruction Mrs. similar plans for Ge- Sullivan; Fstelle Tay-

,will convene In Orlandoin Bureau, announced here. tation into the Peace and friendsin before the statewidefact J.R Clarke, disclosed. frides since he indi- lor and Ruby White.
June 18th throughthe already cates a need for finan- Students listed the
Calling last year's Corps program providedtwo Pensacola praise Miss finding group, Metro With registration on
20th of this "
year. Berlin mobilization"the months of strenuousbut Russ as a real 'go- Personnel. Director open to students cial assistance Mrs. honor roll are: Carl
has been chair-
Hillman most successful in enjoyable training getter" "I have known Harold Freeberg said, regardless of race, Clarke said.Daytona Adams; Ruby Anderson;
of the Fifth Regional
man National Guard history" at the University of her since she was a "Employment is pickingup creed or color. Mrs. Geraldine Anthony ;
District since it
General McGowan stated North Carolina plus an high school girl for colored peoplebut Clarke said the institu- Beach, Taffie Bell ; Charles

I was first' organized that the Guard, both additional month in stated one of her high they have a long tion will strive to Bolden; Vera Bolden;
R fourteen-his leadership years ago., the- Army and Air, now occupies Venezuela, her countryof school teachers. "I way to go in proving bring the young Greek to To Stage MusicaleBCC Marileen F. Boone; Rus-

a position of preference. She was knew she would 'make their knowledge and Gibbs Junior College. DAYTONA BEACH -- Be- sell Brinson II; Har-
body has played a dominant -
greater importance in assigned to the staff of good' one of these skills." She said Gefrides thune-Cookman CollegeInc. riet Brown; Lillle Bell
role in inter-
the defense1 posture of Maracalbo s Universidad days. learned of Gibbs Junior 'along with the city Brown.
cultural adjustment this nation than ever de Tulia where her duties ...,.... College through American of Daytona Beach will Nadren f. Rraner; Puby

between the Florida before. Include English Summer Sessi ons Scheduled Tourists with whom he present the College K. Butts; Carolyn Coun-

r Funeral Directors Association Consequently, he said, language instruction, has become quite familiar Concert Chorale and an cil; Tinye L. Felton;

i I and has the worked Morticians it is vital that the emphasis on reading By Volusia Com m u nit y Collegeson A String Orchestra composed Barbara Foster; Nancy

group; Guard's strength be ability and Instructionson "Several African stu.Apopkan of instumentalists G Gainey; Carolyn GOBS;

harmoniously with the maintained at its mq.xi-. the use of language DAYTONA BEACHHarriInstruction F. DeShields, Dean of throughout the Halifax Levy Green; Jane Hale;
of Dies
State Board
Florida mum authorized level. laboratory equipment. announces that the 1963 summer ses- area, will present Mildred Heath Howard;
i Funeral Directors and One of seven children, sion of the College illol Division at hash
Dubbed 'OPERATION BIG Pa VCcC: Schubert's Mass in G at Roberta Hendricks;
J Morticians of Florida in PUSH" this recruitingdrive life was Quite rugged been set for June 17, t trough July 29. In Boating the Peabody Auditorium Cleveland Henry; MarthaL.

matters and advance of examinations of candidates has been describedcbycGu&rdx : through the years for According to Dean DeShields. include: Biological AccidentAPOKAone Saturday, April 6 at 8 Henson; Tofta Hires;
; this Latin Ame>..1canJ- .. '
official as a of o clock. Four outstanding Gloria Jackson; Posa M
for licenses3 for0 Volun- .,/ the,1 .followingcourses .1;_ 8cjencej, Principles!
funeral directors and TOTAL effort requiring based Peace Corps will be offered I Zoology ElemdflTaryBotany voice majors will be Jackson. -
teer. During summers off drowned
t embalmers! of the State. every Guardsman to do Apalachicola'sQuinn for college credit, inorganic featured as soloist: Veronica Johnson; Ftty
from and his
his, best to help the self-improvement or extension Chemistry, Qualitative companion was Barbara Beck soprano, McCalla; Kenneth McDonald -

campaign along. High School she of.teachingcertificate Analysis, Anatqmy and rescued during .boating Kathleen Crockett, soprano ; Jo Ann Martin;
General McGowan always added feminine accident on Lake Carlton P. James Jenkins Also Otis
con. : English Physiology, Physicals Mobldy; Mag-
IRqvalcrowna to her grandfather's -
I I cluded that, "as it has charm farm Composition, Humanities ience and General near Tengerine last tenor and Roger Jenkins, gielene Nelson; Fdna

1 I In the past,the National 45-acre (World Literature) Physics.In Saturday, county police baritone. Pierce; Versia Pollard;
U where she helped in the
i ii Guard will once again Speech Improvement, the area of Music, reported. There will be no admission Geneva Freaks; Melvin

,,1 i t :, meet the challenge. production of peanuts, Human Growth and Development Music Appreciation Orange County deputies charged, how- Presha; Katherine Pur-
: I corn, sweet potatoes and Lester Hardee and Judson liberal
General Music History, Music ever, a offeringwill yearFlossie; W Peddick;
( : .T'-- other vegetables. Psychology, Introductito 1. Wood identified the be taken to benefit Joe Peddick Ama Robin
mY H AIR n".wwry YO,. il1 tlWm. Typical of most 'Theory --Advanced" ''drowning victim ; .
I Sociology Marriageand will be available as Lonnie the choir scholarship son; ftena J Wanders;
r teachers, the ambitious Theory
I,4 .J.Brandt's HAIR: CQLORER, farm-bred school marm the Family Elementary Other courses in various Inmon, 38 of Rt. 1, program. The choir is Phineas Sheffield; Re-

LIQUID EAU DENNA i and Intermediate Apopka. Ohausee Baker, under the direction. of genia Smith; Susie
has been doing summer areas will be arrangedif
French and Spanish, 38, Apopka, was rescuedby Thomas D. Demps.
Speights Flea L. Sul-
win ctvtr tray kalr 'In tt. M "&tllut... M that graduate study, first, there are at least ;
ya..wwW Ml knew It avar was ,r.,. It I la N.vM.On of Principles of Geography, nearby fishers. This promises to be one livan; Allen Starke;
r .,.u atiaN witk a taaik bra* ar awes d aaaIt W at the University 15 interested persons
Na pack Na mat*. Resources of the Unite 1 DeShields of the most outstandingevents Carolyn Taylor; Verdell
Missouri, then at the reported Dean
( ANYONE CAN PUT IT ON AT HOME States, Introduction tc during the Easter Thompson; Gladys Tift;
of Mexico. GJC Seeks Increa sed
YOU UVI TIM AND MONIYI Na a a will University Enrollment
Economics, Principles oj:f holidays.
k tUMact pvr'air'aa kaa* ""A Laavaa it ... Sawaie L. ToBblln; James
-and/'"bMtrmi.a Mllarm*-. mud
Civilization, State an<:I invited to attend this
nore Wesley Betty Wil-
.; WILL NOT TOil HAH IEDD1SHtt Edward Waters College.Jacksonville ST. PETERSBURG Having records of prospectiveJune ;
IL wilt MI roe. af. ,..stays an aavaral IMI11w1.'Vaafa. Local Government and been successful in the affair at the Peabody liams; Jacqueline Williams
; lo e.i'Mpaw.' Nrma.s* warlaar ,, graduates are being
i cvrHnfl ar'ttraUfctiMm' 'mint takaa tt N. Comparative Government. 'Auditorium at 8 p.m.
;.i, .Ya.. can c eve, a T Tr*M mattar !law ttwfebarwar Florida A&M Universityin enrollment of two of screened.;
"a..'cautac fKAOC TikYS LACK.. AH
Introduction to Collegi e four
celln $1., ,,wt. 5S26S f ** *""J U" M" Tallahassee Negro
I 'j .W'OMDtlFUL rot TOUCHING UP Many, teachers are find- Mathematics, College students at Tampa's University -

...... C.. k ..* war atKar 4va If'wM ww.r"" Peace Corps experi of South
Yaw can pvt tt a 'Imt wkara in g Algebra, Trigonometry, Florida
I ,....- '..... kava ....a .i.d. w__a and ma ma tea Da.M ta /etvsanl.. .
ence very enriching. Experienced Differential Calculus Gibbs Junior College
PitM a-iPMtiant Hi lock M.. to HifliHk slid *.*.11. CAUTION: ni dir Ctfd teachers Elementary and Advancec d: will try to get more of et6
...... ..... .. I how they
+' a. Clar. Black. Dark Sr w. *M l- BTVM Llfkt ar Orak.BlMKX terested in its
A.k.... P-rka. tU (.kw PH aral T.O. C* WKa .4 ant MM fit into one ol Typewriting. Shorthanc[ graduates into the _
h.c.. Ya r Nell 1t tt Nat Intiraly SattaNaCDIXIE nay
kava tar hrtvra maMy
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PHARMACY projects may get full ness English and Elements was disclosed this week. r SHOP

.1 information by wrltini g of Accounting wil L.![ Miss Esther Harris.

1305 KINGS ROAD Jacksonville., Fla.. to Felton A. Gibson be offered in the area:s: Registrar, said the ad-

: of Mathematics and Busi. ministrations of the two tt "
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,, ness. institutions had already
l' .
I I Science Offerings wii:1 L established contact 'andINDEPENDENT r-
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attending the recent Florida A. and M. a prolific, schoolastic Journalist from Booker T.
Journal and Guide and "best layout" from award-presentation from Johnson Publishing Co.
University's annual Interschoolastic Press Work- Washington High School in Miami, won the covetedL.
Garth C. Reefes (right), managing editor of the to John Purcell, editor of North Dade High School
shop received handsome awards from wellknown Alex Wilson Memorial Award. The presentationwas
Miami Times. Afro-American Editor, Cliff W. McKay (Miami) Thunderbird yearbook. Others in photo
I presents "best news story" category placque to from left are: Edwin Demeritte, faculty advisor;
I clinic. In photo left, Photographer Jesse Nipper the Chicago Daily Defender. Wilson A. and M.
Mary Ann Carson, editor of North Dade High School Ken Carter, copy editor Jet; and Dr. George W.
School Jacksonville of the graduate was editor of the Defender publications
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Miami) Monocle while Monocle advisor Mrs. Wallis Gore, Jr., A. and M. president. This is the second
Stantonian yearbook publication, receives two others in photo are Mrs. Shannon, faculty
Ham Riley looks on. Mrs. Gerri Major, Jet-Ebony consecutive year that the yearbook has won the
awards, "best use of pictures" from Lin HolloFid. advisor BTW and Dr. Gore.
'b award. Laurestlne Thompson (second from left),
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A & M Playmakers Guild Score Junior Colleges Bethune Otters Billy SfrayhoriTs Disc Tops Jazz Fare Volusia Community College

t I Hit With Armed Services Abroad Are '"radllgTop Record Budget CHICAGO-ANP ByAlbert)---United Anderson Artists has just Cites Four Local LeadersDAYTONA

released an ambitious album of Billy
: TALLAHASSEE---The Florida A. and M. University, Students budget of $898,950 BEACH---Four Community Leaders were
Strayhorn's compositions which I believe
i Playmakers Guild has scored a hit with membersof for 1963-64 was pre- honored with Certificates of Award when the
jazz fans will love. It showcases Billyas
of the U. S. Armed Forces and their families ST. PeTERSBURG---State sented to the Bethune Men's Senate at Volusia County Community COl-
') serving in Europe. Because of its enormous success educational officialsare Cookman College board of an arranger and performer in his own lege held its annual assembly program on Tuesdayat

,} the U. S. Department of Defense has announced lauding the progress trustees at their annual right. Because the disc ranks high in 10:30: a.m. at the Campbell High Aud!tDrilHll.

the tour has been extended an additional that Florida's Junior meeting. Last year's objectivity, performance and musical com-
.1. Receiving recognitionfor the Cypress Street Re-
petence, in contrast with the current
I week. college movement has, budget was $856,550; notable contribu-
The group was scheduledto satire on Negro life ia made in six years. Not that for 1961-62 $822. trend in the opposite direction, I've school and creation Center received -
give seven weeks of Harlem end "Showtime," only has the enrollment 142. placed it in the No. 1 spot in the week'sreview. tions to the citation for
community were Rev. Mr. Garguilo. who was
i performances and take an a variety show. Both jumped 400 percent, but The board members approved .
Sr. .
W. Carr attend the
George unable to
educational tour of one productions were staged the 29 insti tuti ens now the instructionalitems Details of this and the other disc in
chairman of the Advisory r because of a
rrogr .
i week. The American and adapted for the in existence are gettingas of the budget and ..the'review.. follows: Committee of VCCCBoberti.rvi ''t.wltlHRt.
Educational Theatre Association tour by director F.d- many academically reserved approval of the "THE PEACEFUL SIDE" : ---United Artists Hunter, managing editor

end the United monds. "sound" students as remainder until a review CLP (15010) featuring Strayhorn with vo'cal News-
f the Sunday
Service Organizationhave The Playmakers Guildis senior colleges and of the detailed groups. Tunes: "Lush Life. "Just Journal o Alfred Garguilo State Crackdowns

arranged for an a project of the uni versi ti es.Statistics. budget has been made by A-Settin' And A-Rockin' passionFlower recreation; director for

additional week of performances speech and drama department com- the executive committee.In ," "Take The A Train," 'Strange the City of Daytona andJ. On Illegal Fishing

j and the actors of A&M. piled from State Depart- other business the Feeling, 'Day Dream, "Chelsea Griffen Greene. Pre-

voted to return to New ment records reveal that trustees approved an increase Bridge," Multi-Colored! Blue" 'Some sident of VCCC.

York for a few days. FloridianFeatured over half of freshmenwho in the resident thing to Live For "A Flower Is A TALLAHASSEE A task
Eugene Shaw presidentof
"Our students are rer- entered junior colleges students' tuition from Lovesome Thing' Personnel: Strayhorn, the Student Government force of wildlife officers -

forming' Kith clock-like recently, scored $340.00 per year to piano; Michel Goudret, bass; the Paris Association, made assigned to

precision and timing In Movie ,in the upper 40 percenton $500.00. At the same Blue Notes, vocals and the Paris String laudatory remarks about round-the-clock duty
like professionals Top the high school senior time they agreed to reduce Quartet. have received specific
the to
recipients prior
Dr. S. Randolph the room, board and The arranging and performing talent of orders to stop the ,j 1-
says NEW YORK -- Native placement examinations.
ii gthe- awards
p resjenj< legal traffic iirjCilWi
fees from $541.00to
Edmonds, director of the Floridian Mrs. Fstelle Gibbs, Junior Coll ege* s laundry$490.00. The changes Strayhorn, who was associated for many outstanding servicein water game fish from
"Theatre and also doubles with the Duke Ellington,
group. Evans who great
semester's roster years
past will increase the annual the following areas: Lake Okeechobee. and to
service club officers between takes as a New showed the enrollment of cost for resident stu- stand out in glowing terms on this disc. Pev. Carr. Religion; clear the lake of illegal -
have no hesitancy in York schoolteachers .A Train all the tunes
numerous superior stu- dents from $979.00 to Excepting Mr. Hunter. Mass Com- fishing and fish-
telling us that our has a featured dents. $990.00 and increasethe are Billy's compositions and they sparkle municationMr.; Garguilo. devices, according to A
show is the best USO role in top nominated D
through his performing virtuousity..Theobjectivity Aldrich. director.
Of the 6,673 Negro tuition of non- Recreation and President j
show to come to their movie. "To Kill a MOCK- senior high' school resident students from lies in the manner in which Greene Education.JohnnyCharles Game and Fresh Water '
posts." he said. ing Bird." music and the
students who took the $350.00 annually to Strayhorn balances the director of Gish Commission.
They are presenting Mrs. Evans plays the Florida test last year, $500.00.The vocals..The vocals by the Blue Notes

Langston Hughes'"Simply part of Carol, a house a total of 14 scored changes were recom- (formerly the Blue Stars and the Double

HeavenlY a keeper. '400 and above. ." mended-by .Drr'jRichard V. .....Six) .are-Aised-basically as supplement to. __. _- _- _ROYAL ART STUDKk:
-" a. "
Moore, President. The the music, m Tr 1y"tKe; piano t playing of !

President's report also Strayhorn, and thus serve to enrich the 515 DAVIS STREET

disclosed that an enrollment fare. Goudret' bass work is also com- t.
Order Now Pricesh
.of 652 studentsis mendable. But the main force is Stray- at Reduced

h expected for the horn whose interpretations are: Photo Cards

second semester of the I especially likes the fresh ballad fla- Individuals' Family Groups

aj 1962-63 school year. Enrollment vor Billy gives to Ellington's ". .A Clubs

in the first Train charter, and his Velvety treat-
semester was 631. Hr. ment of "A Flower. ," which I con- Black & White Color
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expected to have a younger set a chance to hear Strayhornas

1963-64 faculty with 17 a leader and composer outside of the Weddings SocialsDial

doctorates and 20 mas- Ellington orbit..IT IS A BIG ENTRY FOR EL 4.1894

s ters. The present faculty BILLY: A SPECIAL TREAT_ FOR RECORD FANS. .
consist of 11 doctorates

24 masters, and two Navy Selects.Negro

Southern Association -
40 percentof "

ta the 'faculty to have War College .

s at least two years beyond 'WASHINGTON For the ;,T : Enjoy the

the bachelor's de- first time in history i: t r. ', 1

gree.A the Navy has selected sunny morning-flavor' of I
major problem facing Negro officers to attend

the college is the needto the Naval War College,

increase the salariesof it was announced Tues .

faculty members Dr. day.

Moore said. "If we hope Selected are Comdr.

to keep our top faculty Samuel L. Gravely Jr. Jchenleq
and attract quality a 40 year old native of
Richmond. Va. and Lt.
faculty we must be ableto .
Comdr. George L. Thompson -
offer on a nine month
of Los Angeles.
N basis a minimum of Gravely highest ranking .' .
$8,000 to full -
professors Negro in regular ....... .
he said.
service, was the first ;

member of his race to .
BALLOTSand graduate from a midship- ;, 't
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Lou RHtar.. Assures Jixons Lov Ritter Wins Loud Praise Miles Caaers Upset Jaxons ElectedTo Top State Posts

improvements Per Highway Aid Sewer Work NAIA Tourney Foes r' (izrQ6 J.;"
I Louis H. (Lou) Ritter, Commissioner! of j BIRMINGHAM. Ala Five, >;7IDelegates* 'F mcr
Highways,Sewers and Airports, who is seek- I hundred cheering shout-
ing re-election to the office he has held ing well-wishers, were on
for the' past two terms, assured citizens I hand at Birmingham's
J this week that his work of paving streets, Terminal train stationto
providing drainage and sewers, is still greet the Miles College r
continuing at a rapid pa -despite his i Golden Bears on
current campaign for re-election. I their return trip Iron -

r 'Under Hitter s administration, the first the NAIA Basketball \ t
major Sewerage Improvement Program was
Kansas City, Missouri.The .
inaugurated in order to provide sewerage
: fans composed of
facilities for all
the Miles College facul-
the Northwest Jack-
x.1h ty, student body and
sonville Area, which] local citizens created
up until this date bedlam as the Golden
!j had been un-sewered, Bears stepped from the

together with the train into the waitingarms STATEWIDE RECOGNITION was tendered Jai Department of Recreation staff members
building cf Jack- of families and during the March 27-30 13th Annual Conference of the orange State Recreation
sonville first friends.The Association in Tallahassee. Standing from left, Julius Ouinyard was elected
I Sewage Treatment Bears were selectedto second vice president; Carlton Bryant, chairman of the nominating comittee;
Plant. The fifteen play in the tourna- Mrs. Essie McCray Silva, arts and crafts; Miss Emma High tower, Jax Department
million dollar pro- ment on the strength oftheir supervisor, financial secretary, and. David Shields ways and means committee.
gram was conceivedfor ; having won the
the purpose of NAIA 6-A District Tour- Vote and Elect LAY -AWAY FOR EASTER
alleviating hazards COMMISSIONER RITTERto nairent at Birmingham,
health, as well as providing relief Alabama March 12. BOYS SUITS "
G from nuisances, all of which exists in any The Bears arrived in T. W. (Tom ) Sizes 1 to 20 6'5 to $19"
Kansas City sporting a
large un-sewered area. -- record of 19-4 includingtwo IN DACRON BLENDS & RAYINS

previous games tournament.won in the HAGAN "FREE" Bow Tie With Eat:. Sri.

ftK Miles College an independent GIRLS DRESSESSizes
team unseededand
practically unheardof City Council 1 to 14 SHBTEEN

outside the South, Ward 1 NYLONS in WHITE & PASTELS With Frtty Lace.
drew for their first
opponent seventh seeded Economy in Government Mfl to MO95

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Elect Theo (T.E.) for the Kiddies
Deems Him 'Man Off Action' -' FREE!

CARTER Brad Tredinnick's record as one of the Screwdriver
t most energetic members of the City Coun- Chains for
t Cmcitaan First lard Vote at Large cil during the past four years is one of the Men
the factors that is winning him many SPECIALFRIDAY
i supporters in his bid for the post of
t THEO CARTER will work for better Finance Commissioner. AND SATURDAY ONLY SPECIAL

Streets Drainage, Sewage,. Sidewalks. j Increasing numbers of founding the first
THEO CARTER will work with our youth, Jaxons recognize that self-governing, self- DELUXE REGULAR FRIDAY AND SATURDAY ONLY

civic clubs and other organizations. Jacksonville needs sustaining Youth Centerin ( DELUXE PREMIUM
t THEO CARTER will t progressive and ener- the United States,
work to have pro- getic young men In the his supporters declare,
gress without new,:", j jf city government who are demonstrates his 9
f taxation and eliminate capable of tackling the leadership ability as
unfair taxes. problems that confronta well as his willingnessto -.231
) THEO CARTER will t rapidly growing com- work in the interestof
V work with safety munity. And his the youth of the
groups to reduce j supporters will tell city.
the rising death you that Brad Tredinnick
I rate and increasing meets the requirements. GAL

property damage. t Treninnick, who was _
THEO CARTER will named "The Most Out- 10c PER
work for the city,! j standing Floor Leaderin

t. employees and 20 Years" by his ON ALL .
protect their penTHED CARTER fellow Councilmen. ALL
1 sionretirement.. j has on more than one f PREMIUM OIL 25
,THEO CARTER will 'WOrk to improve working occasion demonstratedhis BRANDS

conditions of the city employeein j fearlessness in During Grand Opening

t wages, medical and financial coming to grips with His endorsement and Be sure and get Southern State
problems that affect support of the proposednew
benefits. i Savings; Stomps for additional. savings
I THEO CARTER will be for new industry j the citizens' welfare. library and the up to $10.00
and be a leader in attracting new His supporters pqiat Southside RiverfrontPark FREE!
industry to Jacksonville. to his aggressive action has won him many
t THEO CARTER will serve all the people t of advocatingrefund followers throughoutthe f R. C. COLAS
of Jacksonville. of the $30 mil- city who feel that
THEO CARTER will be the best city lion bond issue which a'young man who has

councilman that has ever served the t saved taxpayers $4.3 worked so dilligently .- SOUTHERN STATES OIL COMPANYSOUTH'S
_, citizens of Jacksonville by giving million as one of the in behalf cf all the
,F' you four years of dedicated service. j moves that stamps him citizens deserves to LARGEST INDEPENDENTIL
as a stellar representa- be promoted to a more
GIVE THEO CARTER A CHANCE j tive of the people. important position in .---s... Tredlnnick work in the city government.

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buns unleash SUnday Punch'; Top Keglors Take Phillies BreakS Grabbling Tigers 1

I Baseball Team I

Newcomers Please GeraghtyBig I
,,", '-o.- Pace SWAC Confab
Buddy Barker burly 1 :; :
the outfield and demon- looking forward to '
fir t-baseman of the strated his capabilitiesin great things from cen- "",:',' BY COLLIE J. NICHOLSON

Jacksonville Sans, has both positions and ter fielder Hector Car- S:.

picked up where he left his long-ball hittinghas denas who'll have a PRAIRIE VIP!, TEfXAS
off last season punish- tough Job filling in for (SPECIAL) The Gram-
made Big Ben lean
ing opposing hitters In the now Cleveland Indian -< bling Tigers arrived
back contentedly and a -
the spring training Vic Davallllo. IIC here Friday week tboroughly.discredltiBg -
little dreamily think- sa ,,
games and bringing Hector's a fine boy and r preseason -
ing of those inviting
"oohs" and "ahs" gives every thin g he' s : estimates rela-
fences back in Jackson- '".,
from the fans.'out in the' ville. Williams causedno got for you. He hits lit -- '' ."" tive to their impressiveness -
sun-drenched pretty good too. and and proceeded
Tucson. .. t
one any undue con ... .
Arizona camp where'the he's gonna Improve with .. :t iI1 to massacre Prairie
cern. The rangy out- .
1962 International Lea- coaching. View 115. 11-3 and

gue champions are round- fielder has pleased 'Young Jim Lawrence '': Lx ,1./ 22-3 in a th ree-gue
Maduro and Geraghty with : Z.0' 1
ing into shape. looks fine behind the ., .f. ;,.:>,, =...-c C series.In ,
his ball hawking and his '
Barker. 1962 club plate and he comes up .i; >. ...'. ; ... t. sweeping the
..., .. series
leader in homers with powerful hitting."We with that hit when it's t ........':'"'J-s:'"':,:'',(../.t.: ..'',.,'.'..:...''''... '",,,l5"C !". Grambling took over the "
25 and Runs Batted In don't have much to : :; ::";.+:'.'' '\ :
needed. He'll likely '? ' '
top rung in the Southwestern -
with 93, brought smilesof worry about in the out- make a fine number two { <. .ffj. t. :i.: :.. y
contentment to Manager field now with those two 1. ,..',-...","',..". ''..... Conference
Ben Geraghty and man behind Chiti. Gordon .,< ".., diamond race and it is
:., ... .
Was idgton and Williams. ,
Gpn' ral Manager-Owner Lund is working out Just 5,. i' ... .,"......" ,. ... going to prove extremely
Both guys can go get 'em "..'. "
fine at shortstop ..ndwe're :{- r
Bobby Maduro as they ? f: : ( difficult for the pessi-
and at the plate--why
matched the big guy still hoping S mistic side of the
stride into the ball they are going to make Cleveland will give us
coaching staff to
in fine form and slam it things tough for the Larry Brown for another '" AfT : tinue con- \
; A holding the
.ji upper-
to t furthest parts of. pitchers in this lea- season. Pitcher Bob : iJ. hand.
the field. Buddy is hitting i
gue. Both have fine ''
is 7': .
Hartman being given
a .a m, .. :::r ; ..t. : < The Tigers clubbed out f I
with his old authority power and both are con- long, hard look and what ; h
44 hits...,.including bowers
and whether he 1
sistent with a good
we've far is

plays third base as knowledge of the strike most encouraging.seen so He's a .r' fJ ; t.'r'f"s 1.: Simon by Perry, Jesse McGee Jones Thomas and

presently contemplated, zone. (Williams got the fine prospect and the .... >>. ,..... .,'ii.. ... .. ."f. .' John Jeters. McGee. t
l" a
or returns to his ori- club s first homerun, a big club is high on him '----.r< -_._.. :,-j<; ; :; ,:;:: :; "-b-i: '; ....- ___..n. .. second baseman who
ginal first base spot 380 foot shot out of the also.
WINNERS---Bowlers making strikesat each time a perfect hit was made. Mr. missed the '62 campaign,
his big bat will help park on Sunday) They'lldo in good
J"We're pretty
Continental Bowling Lanes last Satur- Braxton, who works out of New York City, stroked a pair of' round-
keep the championship fine, said Manager shape at the moment and
pennant flying in cen- Ben. from here we'll get day afternoon were unexpectedly rewarded is touring the Southern States area to trippers. I
when Walter Braxtm (fourth from left) stimulate Phillies Cigars' sales. President-Coach R W F..
ter Asked about the other better as soon as the
sales representative for Phillies Cigars Jones
was pleased with
whom faces in the
Bulky Harry Chiti. new lineupBen the boys get some more
Geraghty calls the said: competition under their awarded honorees with Phillies Cigars "' the team's hitting, but

"best catcher in the ''Oh, we got a ,bunch of belts. Tell the folks in warned' that fielding
: .4 Proposed Improvement Bill Promises must improve if the club
league" is back in his new guys this season and Jacksonville we won't i

1962 form also and keeps most of them look fine. let them down this year. is to finish in the

slemming those safe base We're liable to have That championship pennant ,... .' .Better Fishing Facilities In State higher stratum
hits like the Chiti who some tough choosing to looks good and Tigers fielders were I
the team such a do and a lot of heavy it TALLJ / SEE Florida's fishermen can look charged with 10 miscues
gave we'll try to keep iTit
forward to fish and better fishing under
in the .
to PV serIes.Grambling
lift and the fans such thinking to do when cut- flying in 1964 too."
time Take t.' the proposed Fresh Water Fishing ImprovementBill. leads the
down "
pleasure last season. comes. final week I
is the
And among the newcomersthe this kid Hector Espino.. of This training and, it is < .:) f fA The bill, which would increase the cost SWAC race with a 6-0

work afield and at Plays a good third going to be intensivewith '; J T 1&11 I of fishing licenses one dollar, is sponsoredby mark. The team is unbeaten -

the plate of Willie Williams base, hits pretty good workouts and m. the Florida Wildlife Federation and other in eight games
daily 1 1SO
''' .. and will 1 le introduced
active -
(Espino got the club'ssecond +.". 0. :." .. nl sportsmen's groups,
and Tony Washing- ball games against AA : ,4.... ,'. ,;_.:.:.;..u.: .' .
.. the 1963 legislative session A.
homer on Sunday.) ;z during SOUND SERVICES
t on continues to and'Triple "A" com- MOST VALUABLE PLAYER AWARD -- At M1d-1 estAthletic : \
and he hustles all the 1;. Aldrich director, Gave and !Pr.esh' Water* for' \
sparkle. Both men have petition. The Suns will Association basketball Service AdvertisingDances -
time. Good desire. Another tourney Fish Commission, announced.
demonstrated they have break camp on April 9 Ball
is Manuel goes to sophomore forward David Barnes of explaining the
the ability to fit in newcomer and will be in Jackson- the host Kentucky State College team in proflsherman.' s catch. All Games, etc. Also Loudspeaker
Martinez who turn visions of the bill. Al-
with Geraghty's plans may ville April 10th arriving Frankfort Ky. Shown here with the first that is needed is reve Service for Banquets -
out to be pleasant drich stated, have
a we
since they are fast at Imeson Airportin annual Pepsi-Cola most valuable trophy nue to answer the pro- Concerts, Recor4
He filled in that with modern
afoot keen-eyed at the surprise. the evening. proven Man of rroviding addi- Hops etc.Phone El 3-5902
award is Barnes' coach (left), Jim Brown
for Barker a couple of fish management tecnnltional fish and fishing
plate and both are the Turn out and welcome and Warren Dowdell representing Central
times at first base and Ques we can improve the areas for an increasingnnntil

type who deliver 100 per is no slouch with the your Suns home I Division, Pepsi-Cola Company. ,, .....-af-inn........... .nf..... fishermen.
cent everytime they
play. Washington has glove. Little more hit- Jax Representatives Attend State Confab The big Question .facing
ting w oildn t hurt, but I the Commission is not
played first base and
he' 11 come along. We.! r? fish management, butt: the

-, cost of fish management.The .
Fresh Water Fishing M mm

Improvement Bill pro-

DSHER'SSkTntona vides that the one

? dollar increase on .

fishing license be set

aside for fishing im-

provement.Other .
/iqhter provisions in the

y s bill include a frame-

work for establishmentof
brighter. : 1 fish management areas

through a cooperative

agreement between the

sKin Game and Fresh Water

Q TA Fish Commission and the

Board of County COmmis-
actI ksnnay a.. 7 sfade
sioners in which such

'IWII.lItIft'.... WA are fish All fisher-areas

Dark Ipo"AI'
men, except residentsmore 2 POWDERS 5C
eDIts than sixty-five

FIVE MEMBERS! of the Jax Recreation Depart- ment supervisor; Mrs. Essie McCray Silva, years of age and 25

..... ment's staff were delegates to the 13th Julius Guinyard, Carlton Bryant and David children under fifteen"' q I 12_.POWDERS" > .

100 NI \ M. y Kea I Annual Orange State Recreation Associa- Shields, all of whom serve on the Association would be required

... tion' March 27-30 conference hosted by s officer group. During the con- have a license to fishon 24 POWDERS 49 So

Tallahassee's Dade St. Community Center, ference, Florida A. and M. Athletic direc- such aras.

James C. Lawrence, supervisor. Local dele- tor and Football Coach Alonzo S. (Jake) Clinic Dates Set

'. gates were: Miss Emma Hightower, depart- Gaither was made an honorary member. TALLAHASSEE -- The rr

-- Florida
MM University

Il ,; May Have Saved FAMU Grid Clinic's Program Completed Grambling Mentor will Annual be Coaching held here Clinic June- 1 =aooo r r

Life Of Boxer TALLAHASSEE -- Coach Broyles of Named Hat 1 Leader 17-21. 1963. I I
Arkansas Tom
Jake Gaither of Florida GRAMBLING. LA (SPECIAL-
Nugent of Maryland. Ara -
Precautions taken in a A&M University has announced Parseghian of Northwestern Coach Eddie Robinson of j

boxing bout promoted by the football Grambling College has
Wright Base-
former heavyweight cham- faculty for the annual been named an honorary
more of Valdosta
(Ga )
e\i pion Joe Louis at the Florida Abel University High School assistant Commissioner of the
Moulin Rouge last week Coaching Clinic to be National Pop Warner Con-
coaches Charlie
may have saved another held here June 17-21. Jack Griffin of Tate Georgia and ference and Pop Warner

boxer from the same Coach Gaither is the Tech Pat James of Alabama Little Scholars Inc. .f
tragic .fate sufferedby director of the clinic. The Pop Warner programis r
ex-featherweight The 18th annual clinic and Pepper Rodgersand regarded as the

titlist Davey Moore recentlY will have two sections-- Gene Ellenson of finest scholarship and
Flo rida.
observers herepointed basketball and footballThe sportsmanship improvement -

out. basketball clini- * project for boys in

They say a new thick cians will be named America

fa-rubber covering to late r.Clinicians. _
the ropes may have saved Ton Don t Have to Go to Tom to Ge* rt
Pete Gonzales of HollY- for the

wood from possible brain tootball section of the
clinic as announced by LOW PRICESOn
injury in his fight
Coach Gaither
against Wilhela Von are:
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Track Phenom I Robert Hayes Suspended For Remainder Of Season

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( studies failure and States in next year' s
' Olympics. But he's got
} timely intervention by
to stay. in school to do .
Athletic director Jake > a $. -
Galther, have brought +
Hayes, a Jacksonville l ,' r''
suspension for the reaainder -
native, surged into prominence 'i
of the season of
' while running
, track star Robert Hayes
with the Matthew W. Gil-
1 of Florida A&U Uni-
bert track team. Enter-
Ing PAW he won world-
Gaither stated last
p Friday "I have got to wide attention when he l
shock him into reality. unofficially tied Frank

He must get his education Budd' s 9.2 second world

and be prepared to 100-yard. dash record at .I
the 1962 AAU meet in
step out into
wo rid. Miami, but the recordwas

Gaither's action nullified becausethe
starter used .32
seemingly is timely
since Hayes, who is a calibre Instead of a .38

junior competed in calibre starter's gun.

track in his freshman In the Brittish West
Indies Meet at Trinidad
year and would have completed -
this spring Hayes tied
four 7ear's as a
BASKING IN THE sports spotlight are
thinclad this season. the 220-yard dash arounda Southern University opponents to win. the NaCUllough.. In photo right Team Captain Willie
Edward Waters College's foursome which entered
According to .Gai there curved track, the 220- tional Invitational Intercollegiate golfing McCullough (left), presents championship trophyto
in the annual Florida A.and M. sports extravangza
' the Rattlers' speedy meter dash and broke the championship. Team members shown from (left), EWC President William Stewart while Coach
last Saturday at Tallahassee and defeated Be-
slotback would then have American record for the'lO.ard in photo left are; Alfred Denifield, Ivery Black Green (center), looks on.
thune-Cookman, South Carolina State and Texas
been ripe for a pro- dash at the annual Coach Kip Green, Sherman Jones, and Willie Mc-. (Photos by Baker)

p football contract before Dixie Games held '

he finishes school."I last manta in Louisville Panthers' Seniors i Performed Brilliantly4'K i I ; I Rattlers' Spriig Sessions

want this boy to Kentucky.

own stay good in ,school" Gaither for con-his &rHELP SMOKE End With Gaiter Smili*|

tinued. 'He should represent '" BEAR PREVENT ,

the United TALLAHASSEE With a dozen or so of their
/gjgk FOREST FIRES ;. w p key stars absent, the Florida AftM University -

* *- Rattlers concluded 20 days of spring train-
/ G C. ing with a game like scrimMage here last

WEST COAST SPOTLIGHT 1.3 s '- 'Th -ween.--,-.

p. ( Sparked by two reserve
backs and a quick charging ate Miller missed the
CHICAGO (ANP) A stirring salute to 'U 4 r L I line, the Greenies two bonus points.
the Negro in the world of sports in contained ,
Felts ended it all witha
took the Whites 12-6 ina
f in film by the \
a new produced
of 100
r dy game which bead coach sprint yards on
! Miller Brewing Company of Milwaukee.
\ Jake Gaither called "a the kickoff for the

i The movie, titled "Sportraits in i -r ; .. great match between two final TD. He grabbed the
Ebony, is devoted exclusively to Negro t
,z rk squads of equal ball in his own end none
athletes who have achieved fame andeminence
and raced
str engt h. through a funnel -
in their chosen sports.A 3i
1 the left
Greenie quarterback on side of
premiere showing of the film was held :
Rufus Stephens, standingin the field for the tally.
here February 28 at the Pick Congress The Greenies had nine
for Jim Tullis moved
Hotel. Distinguished civic leaders, famous from the 26-yard line to first downs to five for
names from the world of sports and repre- the Whites. Both teams
the three on a bootlegin
sentatives of the press were guests at a S fumbled twice and the
a fourth and five
reception and luncheon preceding the premiere situation. Halfback Bob- Greenies penalties.took two offside -

1v) by Felts pushed across
Coach raiher
was high
portraits in EbOny" captures on-the-
for the six points on in his praises for the
excitement with its action sequences -
scene .
z.h the next play. Stephenswas members of both squads.
of Negro stars filmed during some ?, halted while attempting -

'of..thft*.r finest, moments. ,. 4v the PAT. Top Colleges" SeekJr.

-fir baseball, {t.s.: Tackie Robinson, the It was the second time

first Negro in the major leagues' Roy the Greenies had moved Colfefe AHiIefes

Campanella who terrorized national league Into white territory in

pitchers until a tragic accident the first period. A ST. PETStfiBURG A by-

ended his career, plus the famous base LIVED UP TO NAME!Despite the return of ground) are Senior Rudolph Jamison (left) White fumble gave the product of Florida's

burglar Maury Wills, winner of the only two lettermen to the 1962-63 fold, who set 18-Panther records in his phenominal Greenies the ball on theWhites' success In junior col-
Frederick C. Miller Memorial trophy as lege education has been
Matthew W. Gilbert s Fighting Panthers' three-year career and Senior John 46-yard line.
male athlete of the year in 1962. courtmen, under the brilliant coaching of Yearling end Sam Jones success IB athletics,
LaRosa (right) holder of three new rebound -
In addition, the film shows action by the benchto according to the Commissioner -
mentor J. B. Day, successfully defended records. Other regulars who will was called off
Henry Aaron, Milwaukee's slugging out- hero in the of the FJCAA.
their become a
county championship were
be lost from starting lineup Fred
fielder; Ernie Banks,- pride of the Chicago runnerspp to St. Augustine's Murray High _' ? are eyes of the Whites late Frank Pierce, head of
Chiso1m Samuel Walker and Samuel Jones.
Williams and of course, the fledling
Cubs Billy Florida
; Bulldogs in this year' s NE Regional Class in the second period.
Freshman Alexie Gray set a new scoring
Giant Willie Mays along Junior College Athletic
the spectacular Facing a fourth and four
"AA" tourney. The Panther then went onto .
record yearlings with 362 points .
Association said colleges
with _
many situation Jones scoopedup
the state tourney at Pompano Beach to
scored to break Jamisdn's former all-time
On the basketball court, it's the rebounding a low pass from cen- and universities
of the Celtics' Bill Russell; defeat Jackson County Training School but first year scoring total of 260-points. ter while waiting to throughout the nation

the great all-around playing of Elgin lost to State Champions with Coach Dillard Day of(Fore-FortLauderdaleShbwn (Royal Art Studio Photo) punt and moved the ball have been bidding for

and the phenomenal basketball top Negro JC stars thus
Baylor, -- -- from the Whites' 38 to
mastery of 7-foot 1-inch Wilt Chamber- Let's Try Again Va. State Hosts the Greenies' 45. One indicating the successof

lain the National Basketball Association later quarterback athletics is Junior
Ex Grambling Cager NCAA Track Meet play ,
colleges. Pierce said
s highest salaried star. Willie Powell passed 45
dominated by For 2nd Year New Mexico State Uni-
The track scenes are yards to halfback Calvin
,speedsters such as Villanova's Paul Dray- Paces Friars To Title PETERSBURG. VA. (ANP) Lang to tie the score versity wants six play

ton, an All-American in track and field; Virginia State college at 66. Fullback Predr era for its squad meat.ear.
Bobby Brown frog Penn ,State and Wilma When Providence capturedthe r will play host to the _

Rudolph Ward, e-oine of the 1960 National Invita- National Collegiate V_O- OiiI

i Olympics in which she won three gold tional Tournament crown Athletic Association's Elect ..... ,

medals and helped spur interest in wo- in New York Saturday Atlantic Cost regional t t tt

men' s track and field competition. There night, the Prairs were track meet in May for Cliff PRINCE

are some excellent action shots, too, of paced by Jim Stone, the second straightyear

the world's fastest human Frank Budd former GrambUng College the college has t t tt
CeBicilnai Ward 1 .
when he starred on the Villanova track cager. announced.One ,
Stone a 6-3 ex-Cleve- of several track
The sport of boxing is covered in the land, Ohio high starredfor school meets scheduled to be t FORCoiscieitiois tt t
film, as is the success story of Althea held at VSC this spring,
Gibson who moved from paddle tennis in the Tigers before the NCAA regional meet
Harlem to center court at Forrest Hills transferring to Provi- will be held in Rogers t t
dence during his sopho- Stadium on May 25.
in one legendary leap.mEW" .
more year. Meanwhile, the Trojans I o Represeitatioii
He scored 229 pointsin will engage in several t

SPRED SRTIV I 20 games as a fresh- a other meets of the !

man at Grambling for an Central Inter-collegiate m For A II. TMe Pespl.e't

11. 5 average. 1 Athletic Assn including
'e':.'. .r t
Coach Fred Hobdy describes ; the Paid
Virginia State Invitational Pol. Adv.
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Stone as 'a here April
talented shooter who S d 12 ,t 4II

uses his skill and court NEW YORK---Casslus (Louisville Lip) Clay seated, -

orientation well." and New York's Doug Jones, .are shown getting!

Hobdy said his attack- final physical check by "r. Sam Swetnlk of the] SAVINGS ON TIRES

ing strength is prin- New York State /t.,l etic Commission prior to}

hated cipally to longrange."Ie see him getaway their recent controversial battle which Clay] ((1116.\ fisariiteed Recaps

> the coach won. Jones wants a return match and The Lip is] ee&are These Prices

lamented seeking a title bout with Champ Sonny Liston.
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!AIE1I- FLORIDA STAR_ _.__ ___ SAT11UY IPILI.__ _1li3R.lyl..s
. LMfcn PWft SMNMII Fir Rims R..llediall' Haydon Burns Took Rap understand tion. the 'situa 1

The (CONTDTCED FROM PAGE 1) Considering the To Elec
Interdenominational Mayor Help
office he
has servedin Lanahan and his Negro about in Hampton this
Alliance, The Baptist the Mayor Burns' biggest benevolence to Hampton,
past 14
.years. supporters have been consuming desire to defeat -
Brotherhood battle to win reelection the famous Quotation,
and the The action cane after .
and '
to his ; Burns possiblykill Larry LEWIS
AME ministerspresidingedlers office Is 'Ah, the curse to be
Burns told of his work the pictures below his chances for the
and Bishop F. to improve the city of Burns supporters point not as great with the governorship is'no great bitten by a serpent
v,Ball have pledged Negro people as a whole, child," takes on great
Jacksonville, admitted out that they tell the
as It is with Frank mystery to those whc significance. CIDDcihaal
support to
Mayor Haydon that he may have of 14 of
co.m- story years Hampton who has boasted r
Burns In his for ,
witted human and
I errors WANTEDSEIERSImmediatelyWork
progress with the
vainly, that he
re-election to the exploded the stories Burns _..Vat wtf_+..._+4"**l_ Ward 3 i ?
= Mayor and can defeat at home doing simple

1__ T ;;i4: him. Sensing the possibility sewing. We supply materials and pay shipping
that number of At Large TiEEor
both ways. Good rate of ray. Piece work.
Negro voters might be *
Apply Dept. Aw-44, Box 7010, Adelaide Post Office
still holding grudges against Progress T T4f
Toronto, Ontario, Canada _
Burns for issues

like his segregation re- For Economy!

marks In the last gover- GOOD LUCK, HAPPINESS & __________________

course. and the swimming CONSULTKING-
pool closings Hampton To represent ALL the people fairlyTo

hopes to make good his MRS. Wock For Better Government

boast and thereby declare For Immediate Help. To work to complete the Port of

himself the undis- Spiritual Medium Gifted Jacksonville

f F Fsy puted Negro leader and I Leader Guarantees success Support fair employment opportuni-

king maker on the f where others fail Gives ties for all

strength of the people's i. Advice help on all Provide improvements in all sections
affairs of life. Mrs.
at Insiders would tell you (Paid Pql. Adv..)
King is not a Gypsy.
that Burns was let

k ..- .. oaI down--possiblY not intentionally GUARANTEEDI! Lucky Days + CLASSIFIEDFOR STRAND
by his Negro -
ft Numbers. Hrs. 9-9.- STARTING SIN1AY
advisers in the
Closed Wed. p.m. Sun.,.
governor's race. His 12-5 P.m. Bus 21, Unfurnished Bdrm & Unfurnished Double Featiri
Negro circle assured him
Highway 90 E. Kitchen With 1 1 ,
1 I
that a segregationist'
5505 Beach Bird. Lights 356-3445
stand would in no way

offend them since it i New Beach Road APARTMENT FOR RENT

; was the pattern among Nice-Comfortable for man Jr

: ,1 politicians. But what Away from Home-Furn-Call J

t they failed to do was to El 3-9942 after 6 p.m. .

-:;.- ; remind the Negro citi- Hear The Candidates LOST
zens that despite his 2 Billfolds-Red & Beige-
segregation stand he had '
Please Return Idin-
proven himself the best ti float ion
Mayor Jacksonville has _. Discuss Vita I Issues 4; "
:ftMayor Questions AskedBOY '(AAL 1111'
pUtEa ever had. & GIRL SlOP) ALA[Nrtw1arrvHEAAT
Burns has taken the
3141 Beach Bl veLHELP ANTI TAKrrn1
for closing the golf Haydon Burns VS John Lanahan WANTED rw
course and the swimming ,_ or* aMY
Female Beauticians-Good
pool, which the records .' ... 1MML
Location-Large Shop-Ap- r' {uOTN f fI
will show is entirely
1 wrong. Actually. Dallas Comm. Louis H. Ruler VS Henry I Maxwell ply El 6-9544 956 Florida or El 3-7601 Ave. Nr,,,NBAr"tK

Thomas, Commissioner of >! t/
Parks and Zoos brought .r
Male Barber-Large Shop-

C at ri 6 ;a y back close the recommendationto the golf Comm. Dallas L Thomas VS Brad Tredinnick Good Location-Apply

956 F1a.Ave.-E.Williams
courses. They were,
El 6-9544 or El 3-7601
closed and.later sold by

unanimous vote of both [Comm. J. Dillon Kennedy VS Edward J. RyanThe Elect.
r! -< ... ;i' :" :
M 'i ." r. ... ." ?f S City Council of which RAY WELLS

':: .::; : ,, :x ';-: :" John Lanahan was a mem- Candidates for City Council 1
: :, '
.' -..,., .., ,... ..-.. -cj. >. ..".... ; .. ." ,". ... DEMOCRAT .
---- + "",..'.,"t-. }. _;... _;oy1II.'ji_! ,'..e.'.. "--H ... ...F. '--,..... .'.. ..I,' __-' I' The closing of the r

swimming pool: officially Official _Democratic Rally COUNCIL WARD 8

was an act of the [
Jacksonville Ball Park
Appointment of Negro Policemen came ablut through Burns' efforts. Recreation Board of [ Regardless of where aid
_Mayor. Burns inaugurated the School Patrol for white and Negro. which Lanahan's close 8th & Myrtle you live in the

campaigner friend companion Connie Hart-and Friday, April 12 Starts 7:30 p.m City, THE .+1 rr' y '

ley is a member. JURMOI.or v
Keep But what has brought YOU CAN VOTE for

Theo Carter City Democratic Executive CommitteePaid RAY WELLS 1 '

Pledges -( Pol. Adv.) (Adv. paid for ny: Son- war's Perhaps most


Theo Carter who was

COMMISSIONERThe born and reared in Jacksonville M#,' I : ROOSEVELTSBHBAY

and Is S
now run- r
Ilte .
ning for Councilman, Till

representing Ward 1, PRESENTS..
Job of WESNEs
FinanceCommissioner ICY
told a group of citizens
this week that his most Gen. th. or an plloeflFa

cherished ambition is to The passion of Phaedra .
help make Jacksonvillethe and who her at the destru"r'Jt1T same moment embraced,her tow

most progressive and L -1
1 _
'"". _
the most prosperous cityin
Requires the South. d

Married for 18 years j ___ -I r
and the father of 3 I '_ __
A Man of ActionA children, Carter said _

having lived and workedin
(and thoroughly

| Young, Vigorous ManA familiar with) areas F

badly in need of improved -

Progressive Man sewage and sidewalks, ail -

he will work tirelesslyto

bring about a change
tnd Tfedinnick WILL.
BRAD TREDI Iac in conditions.
Place the million Carter told the group
$4.3 savings in utility tax money
from the bond that he fully realizesthe
refunding in an account for sewerageand
street replacement rather than let it be lost in great need for 11
SLUSH funds. properly supervised -

1 youth centers in all I Talented Stage, Nite Club and TV Artist
.sections so that our 1 lr. Fri. Sat.
See that our city parks are properly landscaped and
maintained. boys and girls nay be I playing new sounds..soulful and stirring THE BlAir STORY
deterred from crime and
Reduce cultivated into useful ENTERTAINING NITELY OF MODERN HAWAII I
substantially the exorbitant -25-cent. chargefor
citizens. F
children's rides at the Zoo. WftTt

Establish close cooperation with other city depart- which Carter discusses r GKHGi \ ---
& Featuring
problems beseting the
ments to insure smooth work flow. '
city and the sincerity
the Edjewood Genie
Actively supervise personnel and hold regular staff with which he pledges to _
meetings to establish the kind of morale that will work to rectify then -I__ with
insure has won him support In Reid Jackseilir
proper use of the taxpayer's dollar.
various sections of .
dams ,
the conmunity.' -van m' 'J Mvn;>*MMI
Establish a rehabilitation center at our city prison
his J'I Edward Bass traspet i DIAMOND HEAD
farm to reduce the tremendous 'permanent popula- Among T edges ei I

tion of alcoholics (95 per cent of the inmates. ) are: w e ail -
To eliminate 'Unfair Bar open 5 p.n.
taxes and stimulate
Follow through with an expansion of our program for
properly supervised Ycuth Centers in 'all sectionsof progress taxation.without increased HOB. tin Sat. coy .

our city.
To protect the pensionand

city retirement employees rightsof and Ioueu M

Let's Continue Progress Together, to improve working [D6tM0o!

conditions, salarywise.To etc.- a tCOw 'III '
utilize his effortsto
Yrte CilyvUt Fir bring new industry to
Jacksonville that will ,'.;:.. WOT EBWW8 AVEXK AT CUYEUKB tAID' ICD II III......

HAD TREDINNICK in turn increase eaR CUt Cti

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