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The Florida star
Uniform Title:
Florida star (Titusville, Fla.)
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Place of Publication:
Titusville Fla
S.W. Harmon
Creation Date:
April 13, 1963


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

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I Y8L 13-.... 2 SATURIAY APRIL 13, 1963 15 CENTS Church Receives Eviction Order

1 Mp Power Struggle SeenIn


Mayorality RaceThe

YI.. r. EVICTED FOR TAXES 1. r Negro And Hajrdon Burns Jacksonville Story

a This is the second and final installment of a
* *' * -
Pastor Claims Property Tax Exempt .. two-part series of articles dealing with Jack-
O"tsll' Pcliticil UirJtrsMty -- sonville's Bayorality. race. They are written by a
.,. Deed 7
Of! Alleged
Challenges Legality man who has observed the political evolution of

Ak DKftfMMs li .Cwrt : HOLY WEEK of 1963 will not be a pleasant Jacksonville over a period of years from various
An impending legal case of unusual interest '
memory for the pastor, Rev. Samuel L.Brow- points of vantage. In eachhe has attested to be

Charging unwarranted attacks made for filed in Duval Circuit Court nell (standing on right) nor members and objective in his writings, reporting the factsas
came to light this week when the STAR .: friends of Chase Missionary Baptist Church he
the alleged purpose of humiliating the ", sees them wits malice toward none.
learned that a local Baptist Church faces"loss church
plaintiff for the sole of encouraging located at Chase and 26th Sts.
purpose of suit claiming unpaid ...... ..
the public to stop doing'business property over a and parsonage furniture was carried into ** .*..*.
taxes.Defdants ? i. ?
and the street Thursday morning on an eviction
with a reputable business man, Jaxon was incorporated
Frank Hampton filed a $150,000 damage in the case chartered under the laws J order for delinquent taxes on the church THUS FAR the writer has traced the highlightsof

suit against Porcher Taylor*.puslisher- are Rev: Samuel L. of Florida sIn .. property. Rev.. Brownell said Easter Sunday Mayor-Commissioner Haydon Burns' career from

editor of the Florida Tattler. Jax Negro Brownell pastor of giving more light !- services will go on as scheduled at 6:30: his entry into office to the.time Jacksonvillebegan

weekly. Chase Missionary ,Bap- to what had evidently : a.m. and regular service will begin with to take on a new look' with Negro swimming

Mr. Hampton further de- sole officer and memberof tist Church located at transpired without Sunday School at 9 a.m. and morning pool and Negro policemen becoming realities

Bands that Mr. TaylorI'be ',a make believe .26th and Chase Sts. and knowledge of the church worship at 11 a.m. out of doors. The through his efforts it followed the events up

enjoined frpa' pub_ organization. its Trustee board' members officials and members. public is invited. to the closing of the swimming pool and the golf

lishing' distributing 'S"olae'ot; the White suit,is plaintiff listed as in ArthurI. the Rev Brown ll said the (Florida STAR Photo ) courses. It was pointed out' that all of the City

any further slanderous candidates fell for his deceased minister then Commissioners and the City Councilman voted to

statements'concerning or 'bull becausethey are Goldstein and others turned over the Chase Negroes Whites Woman Claims close and sell them; also that the closing of the
addresses unlisted.In ,
referring to the plain' weak and like to 'throw property deed tg} a swimming pools was done solely by the Recreation

tiff." away their money." this counter suit former local ministernow Throw Support Crash Caused Board not by Burns.
Rev. Brownell and the
The 'suit further states Charges further state believed The fierciest opposition to Burns' re-election

that "Frank Hampton a result ,of the the defendants deed transferringthe claim that living in Vi rgin1 tore To Hoyden Bunts Body e cries it would seem is not coming from the candidate

has limited education defendant s published Rev. Brownell himself John Lanahan, but rather from one Frank
and Is- a foe of Negro statements the ,plain church property in state how Arthu' I. Mounting support of endorsement A Jax school teacher Pappy Hampton, a former beverage agent and

Candidates seeking off tiff has suffered 'Cen Duval County deed Goldstein came intofthepicture. for Mayor Mrs. Delphenia Mainor former policeman.

i ce. tal, anguish, embarrass- book was Improperly Haydon was expressed on Brinson Green has Hampton came into the limelight with the filing

sFrank+fCampon wass t:aeat and: :.substantial!" -' ;jLled: J.through the lack' "voiTproper j..:The'disputedprcoe y, .,.*a...wljle...front_ .this week filed; su tB"eekl g,* of a; '.suit to .tntegrats :tp.e gol fwutJ4M1.. and in
f fired from the City loss ,in the operation'of execution', according to R ; ,, as the final week of intense .excess'of $3,000 deinejeaas so doing won, many admirers., But the nan@ Qf the

Police Department his, business" that church property is Brownell was derided, campaigning for the result of an other persons who 'we're"cb-rffefafifTir fee the

several years ago and Mr. Hampton is -represented also exempt from taxa- over to the chur/ by the Tuesday April 16 auto accident which" suit, namely, Charles Brown Edward J. Norman
to the city elections loomed. occurred Nov. 1, 1962
has tried to set him- by Atty. LeanderJ. tion the late Mrs. Ramie and Devoy Brown have been drowned out by the
State of .Florida COn- Pledging full endorse- it was learned this week.
self up as a self appointed Shaw Jr.WMMM. Jones--a former mfember-- shouting.
the Burns wicket Green's husband
leader and is stitution.Rev. in 1923. | ment to Mrs. There is no doubt that filing of the suit by
Brownell who has this week were some of Nathaniel Green is co-
KilUti The church which was Hampton and his associates was the Instrument
Thru FlerlH pastored Chase Baptist built underJRev. the City's major Negro plaintiff in the action. that led to the desegregation of the golf courses.

MMIn W"I .II Church during the past Brownell' admjRi istra- religious factions Defendants are AndrewB. There are many who are still wondering what was
Schtil Artis 14 ,years told a STAR namely, the AME Church, Colemanowner of the
tion has inadequate the real purpose behind the suit. whether it
Wednesday led by Bishop W.F. Ball at the time
representative which
car ,
Ltcil IrA byQ Tf I.i.rlt.WASHINGTONThree. that a minister, membership, he Sr.. his presiding elders of the accident was a sincere civic effort to obtain civil rights.
deadusing the name- and ministers and the by Lin-
hail of gunfire late now said thus the reason being operated Long before litigation began for the unlimiteduse
Saturday night in a East Coast Investment ofa powerful Baptist coln J. Col eman.
Florida counties are last for the construction of the courses and Negroes were completelybarred
resulted in the Co.--filed a deed in the institution Br oth erhood. The plaintiff states
bar church
the 15 school local new on from using the courses. Hayden Burns o n
among and the Duval County claiming Again this week. Bums' she was driving her car
death of a woman valuable
districts which will s a petition from a group of Negro golfers, was
ownership 0 f thai Chase Jacksonville Story received in the vicinity Edge-
wounding of a man. .
voluntarily desegregate corner property.In Instrumental in opening the municipal greens to
said the Baptist Church property. area wide acclaim wood Avenue when a
City detectives their counter suit
their public schools colored players. two days each week.
occurred at a will when it was announcedthat truck driven by an unidentified -
incident defendants
the Department of the Through the efforts of Bay m Bums Negroes
Health Education, and State and Pearl St. Bar Defendants also con- urge the court to re- two ultra-modern driver were appointed to State jobs and Frank Hampton
their attorney caused her to swerve into -
tend through
Johnson skyscrapers will Join
where turn the disputed
Welfare announced. was among the first to get one--that of beverage
Cleveland St. ,Releford McGriff downtown Jax world renowned the rear of the Coleman -
29 of 1317 to its right- ,
Education Commissioner agent--after the election of Gov. Dan McCarty.
that Duval County Rec- water front sec-' vehicle which was
and that the <>
Francis Keppel,during ful owners : Hampton figured' in several beverage cases statewide -
ords was led to believe deed's 'cloud"be tion with a 25 to 30 alleged to be Illegallyparked
week present including Jacksonville and Ocala.
a meeting la&t ,, that the Company story home office struc- and motionless.
with a congressional eliminated. stated Before long he got out of the beverage agent
ture for the Golf Life It was further
committee said Hills- Pewcll Hit job and secured an appointment as a patrolman
t STAR To Heed ;, Insurance Co. and a that as the result of
borough County school she under Mayor-Commissioner Haydoa Burns it was
second super structure the accident, was
board which includes about the time for the upgrading of Negro patrolmen -
ly $211,500NEW Fund Drive which will probablyhouse seriously and painfully
McDill Airforce Base; suffered to sergeants that the limited use of the
the most injured and
OUaloosa County school YORK---Rep. Adam For Church modern hotel. lacerations in and about golf courses by Negroes flared up. Burns was
which comprises petitioned to them without restriction
board open
Clayton Powell D-N.T.. During the official the head and body thus
schools for Hurlburt was ordered last week The- STAR is requesting announcement ceremonyat causing damage to her but he wanted more time claiming that the city

r and Eglin Airforce to pay a domestic its readers to once Gulf Life Wednesday, nervous system. was not quite ready for such all-out integra

bases: and Santa Rosa $211,500 following a again engage in a humane which was attended by Atty.Wayne E... Ripl ey tion. He offered to work to open' them up on week-

County school board four-day trial here. act to alleviate the Mayor Burns, PresidentM.H. is representing the ends but this did not meet the approval of the

which controls Whiting DONALD JOHNSON Plaintiff in the case suffering of our fellowmen. Niehaus told his plaintiffs. petitioners and a suit was filed.

Field have Bade com ..Claims Accident was Mrs. Esther (MolIII.7)James. listeners, "A great * There is no doubt that a power straggle has
mittments.We 66, who accused On the front page of developed in Jacksonville. Atty. Er et Jackson,
credit: should
deal of
fed This MMISADORE stated that he started Powell of libelous action this week's issue, yon to Mayor Bums for this your mayor envisions." brilliant ,.ouncla1r7er along with maay .solid

firing at another man who against her two will read the strange and other developments Speaking briefly Mayor citizens have lined up in support of Mayor Burns.

had insulted him. years ago when he called story of Chase Missionary In recent He has Burns said "These two On the other hand is Frank Hampton (and his
Struck in the chest and her "a bag woman" Baptist churchwhichstrangely done a great job in rebuilding great buildings will be group) who might well be able to claim himself
later succumbing from the (graft collector) forthe enoughwas -- downtown Jacksonville the result of the work controller of the Negro vote if Barns fails to

wound in a local hospitalwas police department. victim of an evic- of many people; and will win It.Burns.
w e will do our
Mrs. Rosa Lee Brown, Powell at that tine, tion order for nonpayment part in helping Jackson- be a real spur to the lost the election for governor becausehe

36, of 304 Dellwood Ave- was campaigning against of taxes.We ville achieve its development of our city. failed to get the Negro vote. Bttt it was the

nue. Johnson told police police and gambling in remember too, how or destiny and become the "This new complex will fault of his Negro campaigners who had sane

the woman was shot acci- Harlem. two occasion,you Readers business and financial be the center of a tibned his segregation staad.

dently sMaree Mrs. Janes' original came to the aid of the center of the South as dramatic picture. In this campaign Negroes are being real ad d of

!: SINGLETON Lawrence, 52 shot, of suit was for $1 Billion. flaming truck crash victims ................ IBBBBBBBHBBBBBBBCorrection the August I960 outbreak. His supporters point out
Once again Negroes 228 North St. was The Jury awarded the and also the that Burns did alert the police Nt a* unexpected -

will ha.y.e,.the opportunity in the collarbone and muD $i 1.500 for dsaagt wonderful help you gave incident flared into a new riot.
to vote and was treated and later to her reputation and the apartment house fire Recreation Board member Connie H. Hartley, this Attention has been drawn to the fact that Negro

elect a Negro<< to represent released from Duval loss of income adding survivors.We week called attention to the FLORIDA STAR that a sit-inns demonstrated at lunch coasters without

them on the City Medical Center reports $200.000 in punitive urge all 'Interested paragraph In the article*% 'The Negro And Hayden police interference unlike m*.y other cities,

Council. It is an opportunity concluded. damages, for disre- person to send checksor Bums' Jacksonville story (April 6,) which reads : including Tallahassee where Negro dearest rators
that of money orders made /The closing of the swimming pool, officially, was
none garding her rights. have been arrested beaten and ho-Btfe4 by dogs.
as who want progress out to: The Chase Missionary an act of the Recreation Board of which casabas the day of the outbreak report
Persons downtown
can afford to pass up. N.,. Tt A t t d Ntvtl Crib{ *t Baptist Church close friend, coapaolon and campaigner Connie Hart- police were on hand maintaining order while the
ley is a member" is erroneous and the
He ksaws the problemsof NEWPORT, .R.I. (ANP- begin their studies Fund Florida STAR. P.O. wrong lap re salon. conveys ax handle carrying whites stood by. Bat the outbreak -
S his people and he can The Naval War College, here. Box 561, Jacksonville 1. came when two youths, maniac. jammed ashite
The Florida
Star wishes to state that Mr. Connie
be depended on to serve the U.S. Navy's training While this Is a."first" Florida. Hartley is NOW a member of the Recreation Board but woman into a showcase wiadow. Toe situation:
equally Then too. why not vIsit- became tense after Negroes and whites began
all the people school for senior officers for
Negroes lathe
was not a member of the Board at the time of the
them at 26th and ChaseSt. bottles and bricks at each other. Barns
and fairly. will have its Naval War College closing of the pools.It throwing
A rote for IsadoreSingleton first two Negro students the Navy is still lagging Sunday as part of was not our Intention to convey that Mr. Hartley came to town from playing golf and proceeded to

is a vote for this fall when Coeaander behind the Army and your Holy Week observance was a member of the Board which closed the plead with citizens on Ashley Street to go home
progress. Let us e- Samuel L. Gravely Jr. Air Force In having Ne- pools and we wish apologize to him for any embarrassment and avoid violence.

lect Isadore Singletonto 41, and Lt. Commander groes among its top * * or mental anguish any' BisinterpretaBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBPB8BBBBB- That is the story, briefly, of the Negro and

City Council, lard 2. George I. Thompson 34, echelon. Hayd03 Burns' Jacksonville Story.


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Published by the Florida Star Publishing Co. THE OTHER PEOPLES OF THE : : a

llesber of Associated Negro Press WORLD-IX PROUD OF YOU1.!

EIIC I. SSWS8N................Mane* Ear : IT EIIC I. SHVSII : ,

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AIYSM E. WISE.......1........Mews EtHtr : .

NEW YORK---Sharp criticism of viewpoints
IH.IA WMTEN....................._JCkciWiH "ilK widely expressed in recent days, advocating -

that Negro citizens separate and with

MAW IFFKE ft PLANT draw from any association with the non-

'....-'. Negro community in tackling the problemsof It

,2323". Mwcmf Read.....PIS ELta 4-S7I2-: h"'" racial discrimination, was leveled by
: 1 II Whitney M. Young, Jr. executive directorof

-EL 4-8783, : the National Urban League, in a recent
address in Brooklyn.

MAILING AilRESS: Speaking at a public meeting of Causa

P. I. Bfli 511 JicfcSiiillH 1, Flirj.aSHBSCIIfTim : I .5 Iota Lambda Chapter, Alpha Phi Alpha
-.-I : r : Young scored in particularthe

IATES stand in this regard"...> ,
taken over the past 10 days
One year, $6.00 calf Year $4.00
by Congressman Adam Clayton ,
Hailed to You Anywhere in the united States t
Sab script! cm payable in Advance '
/1 The Urban League was one of
Sand Cheek or- Money Order *"
several national
tions that has come under ,
Jacksonville, Florida _
) attack by Congressman Powell
j for being interracially sup-
Burns or Lanahan ported and administered,

rather than being 'allNegro.SI1p90N

Ne ro Jaxons will have an important decision r / 'This approach, said Mr. Young, 'in-

to make Tuesday in the matter of :, ','; .#dr_,,... ." ,..I';'_ ;""" dicts all non-Negroes as evil and implies

which of the two men to vote for Burnsor honesty and virtue as qualities possessed
Lanahan. ; only by Negroes.'It .

Haydon Burns has brought a great deal of goes further and declares that we

progress to Jacksonville. It has been WHY NOT MAKE A START IN MISSISSIPPI ?, should not even accept their money, for

shown that he was instrumental in bring- money carries along with it control.The .

ing about Negro policemen. Negro ser- NUL leader also cited as interestingthe

geants, Negro school guards, building of 'fact that:

Jefferson Street pool and was actually You : :, H' 'This approach does not suggest resigning -
the first to open the golf courses to Ne- ". Weekly :from all Jobs not controlled by

groes. During his administration, mil- Negroes, or vacating homes not owned by

lions of dollars in buildings and pay- Negroes, or even severing relationshipwith

roll came to Jacksonville and in addi- some organizations--like the Democratic -

tion came the Colliseum, the new City Horoscope Guide' :' Party' which is hardly controlledby

Hall, the auditorium and Improvementsin :: Negroes.
streets and drainage.On Mr. Young took note that Congressman I

the other hand Burns committed some : I y PABLO The ASTROLOGER i Powell has in recent days 'loudly espoused

errors as all of us do. the view that problems besetting Negro

Mr. Lanahan has served on the City :.. WHICH ARE YOUR LUCKY DAYS FOR citizens can best be solved within the

Council. During his term of office, the 'f framework of Negro society itself and
appropriation to Edward Waters was increased BUSINESS LOVE TRAVEL has directed criticism on several occasions \

with .. against the NAACP for its in- I
along Jacksonville U. Unfortunately l
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there is not a long history 1 -- -.-. --.-." -N'-" interracial approach.The .
behind Lanahan as A city official, hav- ARIEf CANCERBorn 'Safe from piracy your own behalf. Urban League also has been villi- ,

ing served only four years on the City Born March 21st thru fied, said Mr. Young, 'yet the Urban ,
June 22nd thru 8- 0771478817LIBRA 9-20-88-15-42-928
j for 52 has opened thousands
Council.We April 19th League years
will not attempt to tell you who to July 22nd CAPRICORNBorn
vote for..And at the same time we urge Whether you are lending The possibility of tasting / Dec. 22nd thru |of Negro youngsters to stay in school and :

you not to let anyone advise you how to borrowing, making out J certain forbidden BorntSept. 23rd thru prepare themselves, and has secured "

vote, by word or by the avalanche of checks, or attending to pleasures may be dangled I Oct. 23rdIf Jan. 19th hundreds of health, welfare and housing ,

tickets that will be floating around from any of the matters that 'before your eyes (17th). The ideas you have In opportunities and services for Negro ;

now until Tuesday. are related to your fis- Be positive in your refusal you find it baffling ,connection with your families.' l

Weigh the issues; weigh the two men. cal and secutiry pursuits : to experiment to keep order in yourc financial interests seem I
You Be The' Judge. take special I gamble or; get involved,, a sh" o r-ch-egmrfe 'acf=-- :to be"well-founded (16th) '- : .'w !"
pains to prevent in attachments from which; LETTER TO IIOI
costly. :
It be
counts may to '
Do] not allow anyone in
KMW Ywr Ctty GwtntMf mistakes. It is not goodto you may be hard put to your!ultimate advantageto the name of friendshipor I

Tuesday, April 16 citizens of Jacksonvillewill have monetary dealingswith cast their ballots for city officials friends as this is :is axiomatic that you hands '';of a partner who you to overthrow them Florida i I
one of the greatest cannot get for it
< something
is known to be Ih
The incumbent councilman from the fourth uprightand for others that can do-
sources of misunderstandings nothing in this vcrld of
ward did not draw capable. Accept any Dear Editor: -
any opposition so there no better than impose
and broken
re- are eight council races on tap. In addition lations. Your loved ones find this out through limitations that are additional strains on ,
four members of the city commission including should not be encouraged ]personal experience the Imposed know on you as longas your precious resources. To a certain extent I personally feel that the two It 1

the mayor-commissioner have drawn in living dangerously or j harder you will be to you that they Some people may be expecting papers The Florida Tattler and ,the Florida Star are- 'i I

opposition.The in catering to their j pin down in the days to are forlyour own good. much from you in very good papers, and there isn' t a week passed. thatI

majority of the voting public, it extravagant whims. Set vcome.< Don't, allow your j Be very areful about the way of advice or don t,make a purchase.. ..,. .., .. .. rl
certain ..,..,, .
seems, is concentrating on the commission the examples through 'mind to stray and watch confidential pers services to the J '

racessince much attention of all has been your own moderate be- your purse or other J matters to point that may be con- It Is absolutely amazing what money can sake SOll.- I

drawn to the campaign's being conducted by havior and abstinence .valuables.: J friends who cannot hold sidered an imposition. Negroes do and "7. I believe what you editors shoulddo I\

administrative officials of our city gov- and have no fear. 5-70-66-15-62-576 their tongues when there is Just print the facts about the candidate and
ernment. Every citizen can tell you all 4-90-55-16-23-495 ,are Juicy bits of gossipto 4-30-55-13-84-435 j let the readers read what yon have printed and let

about the various candidates for the com- 1 be bruited around. An us decide to whoa we wish to cast our vote for.
ft f.U A R IUS
unusual experience could
mission but few can tell you of any candi- LEO ]
TAURUS lift you to the skies. i Born Jan. 20th thru
dates for the council. Born July 23rd thru If we had an honest to goodness leader In Jacksonville -
Born April 20th thru
The City Council is the most importantpart May 20th Aug. 22nd 1-40-99-18-56-149 Feb. 18thAs I believe the Negroes could and would listea

of our city government. The councilis are inclined to 1 to their leader, but unfortunately we do not have
There are so deceptive you
) the legislative part of the city government Should you make anypromises factors many against- SCORPIO see many things in their Negro leaders In JacklOnyllle./
and the Commmssion can only carry make sure you \ Born Oct. '24th thru
darker the
1 which you should guard aspects at
out the, laws the -Council passes. To be do not, ,put them in ..yourself that you wouldbe Nov. 22ndIf present time you should I think it was a disgrace for Beaters of the Negro

specific, the City Council is composed of writing unless you have well advised not to you go your ono way time you should not be \race to donate_moiey to the "Barns Campalpi Fuad."
nine members, one representing each ward. firm intentions of keeping ...
leave anything to 'despite the signs that totally influenced The Negroes for BOB reason forget too quickly.
It is our legislative and lawmaking body them. Also read the' chance. Get the findingsof :you may be lost in a thereby. If you fall :I don't-know b.ther-we are forgetful or we Just"don't .
and has the same 'duties as does the State fine ,print from beginning the appropriate ex- i maze of your own makingyou back on your promises care. If we have money to donate to a white

Legislature. The City Council makes final ,to end before you perts if you Intend to : risk getting deeper or in any way go counter '.an' a campaign why can't we get together and'make
approval of the budget and appropriatesall affix your signature toaD acquire property to into a problematic to agreements reached 'a donation to a Negro when he is running far'a

of the funds for running the city. The ) documents that commit make certain you are not situation that it will between yon and your i public office, donate money to the NAACP or donate

Commissioners only submit their budgets to you in one form or getting the worse end of be difficult to un- life or business partner 'money toward the building of a YMCA or to the YfSA

the Council and the Council in turn approves another (17th). You are the bargain You may be tangle. Shun getting involved you will have to be similar to the ones in town for whites.

or disapproves their requests. likely tp discover that more Impulsive than you in any kind of prepared to face the

While the Mayor-Commissioner has veto others are not averse to should be. .making you controversy that had music. There is a better If you have personal dislikes or grudges far scsteon \
power over the Council, the Council has using trickery and intrigue vulnerable to the machinations better be handled by chance of restoring full they sbouldn be settled or discussed the aaaaer

power to pass legislation oyer the mayor's as effective of Individuals those who are authorizedto harmony and understanding. la which It is being done. There shouldn't be a
veto by a two third majority-vote. It also weapons against you. when who may.have designs on do so. Benefit ,from white man anywhere to make this sort .f thig

has the power of impeachment over all this serves their pur- your pocketbook. The any openings that may 2-60-77-17-93-287 exist. The' articles that are published the frta

elective officials. In addition the Coun- poses. Do not challeuge_ backing of someone closeto develop to discuss paper is a very low and Indecent thing to do. Deeei"

cil has power of confirmation over most anyone in -charge. you and some rather marriage or other Important PISCES nor Lanahan will give us Jobs in the City Hail em a '

city commission appointments. 7-30-11-13-48-731 unexpected developments matters with a Born Feb. 19th thru professional level. Let the candidates threw their
' It is important to note that the City could swing the pendulum person who is quite .'
March 20th mud at each other. Don't let the candidates encourage
Council must confirm all policemen mem in your favor.
GEMINI likely to give you the us to throw their mud to members la er: tse
bers of the city Recreation Board, the 2-80-33-17-81-283
answer. You could be thoroughly publicly. Have you ever given the second toe**t tt.
Board of Electrical Examiners, Municipal 6-5 J 0-22-l9-3 52 puzzled by the actionsand impression you are giving to members of tie e%ler
Inspector and the Civil Service Board. The Born May. 21st thru VIRGO attitudes of people

Council must also approve ,all of the funds June 21st Born Aug. 23rd thru :;' ';; :' -- with whom yon are associated race about ns.
these agencies use for operational pur- 22nd SAGITPARIUBorn --_ .
Sept. in form
that one or The Negroes, know there is no Negro leader and ***..
Refuse assignments
poses.In Take nothing for granted Nov. 23rd thru another. Instead of who call themselves leaders cannot lead a*. No Ba
the current campaign much-a-do has i are foreign tp your
in doubts
above during this third quar- Dec. 21st nor woman who will support a candidate sob far *fce .
and 1 principles, your
been made about the golf courses, jobs and suspicions, it maybe
and other recreational strength or Just simply ter. Yon may thus avoid money he or she gets from them can or will ever B* a
the swimming pools In desirable to take the
of fame
facilities. Even though the Civil Service j distasteful to you. It making a decision that your pursuit initiative in clarifying leader to u.. On the other hand if one snovld HIt- .
Board and the Recreation Board are not also is good sense to be IB not in your interest prestige or recognition port a candidate aoley for what he haa M otter to
you be inclined to everything to full
elective and thus escape the wrath of adequately clothed at now or in the future. It may your Negroes in terms of trying to sea that all et t-*4r

voters, the Council can and ,DOES EXERCISEOONTROL all times as changes can is a propitious day for physical overlook certain -satisfaction. You could rights are given and protected by the law a4 are
be most troubled and
these bodies. be sudden in the weather the start of a trip or unable treated as first class citizens, then at flat tt..-
over which 'may be
taking a
Your CITY COUNCIL is the ONLY ELECTED or temperature. Follow the launching of new from to provide a single and only then will we consider ourselves as
toll yon. Should answer to your dilemmas.Do I
POOLS. Yes the orders from higher up len tu res. Listen to your leaders. ._
which can OPEN r
GROUP have
yon reason to believe : not travel then if
instincts rather
force the Recreation Board to without putting your own deeper i-".
Council can there
that it be are possibilitiesof '
and can remove all members interpretations on then than to sources of information may If we support our Urban League sad the NO+ a* we .
e thetheboard refuse wise to obtain professional delays and vexations. '
of from offices if they to forestall a possible that may be Forget support the candidates we wa 14 be so a*** ******
to do so. The Council can also look into reprimand. The urge to considered doubtful under counsel do not real or fancied and off..bat remember the two above orf*"!*****"" 8M
the policies of the Civil Service Boardand speak your mind shouldbe :he best of circumstances allow anything else to only offer you 'Securing your h&II"" with tft*

the Electrical Examining Board. suppressed lest it If yon are intervene and cause yon prejudices as yon maybe money they can give us to work with cr f. tk*..
workin somethingthat to postpone your visit. core in need of love,
g on
cause of
Reneeber the City Council is the representative become the re-
Take a serious view of understanding and dependable -
of the people in government andthe sentments and eventual may allies than yon Sincerely ,your,
must make this true by electingwheTwill corn-plications (20th). productivity keep It anything unusual that realize.
1)le secret until it has been i happens and decide to
represent them. mrn. B. Itobert
men 3-60-44-12-93-364 perfected and rendered 1 take positive action in 7-10-33-16-45-719

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:.;:..- ,'Friends Fete'. :,Popular I Sub, : .: D e.b Young Thespian Awaits Curtain Call ,

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have changed many times since the Civil

Wa.r, However._ with the exception :of hoop: skirts
and lonr'trsinsr'jpu= will see ''TOmprpmise"

ry. : ,8tyjes' of p"practically every fashion era"in Sun-

day's Easter: parade- Puffed' ale eves, narrow

skirts, tight-fitting bodices. bustles and bows
in- all sizes a modification of the flapper"

styles or the late 1920 s, .sheath dresses and

R short skirts. Although short skirts will dominate

the scene there will be varying degrees of
shortness, Variety, .proverbial "spice of

.. life" ,will abound. WATCH THE EASTER PARADE! :
... .s..s..s.. .. .. Beatrice Williams
.. ., :. :...... Baucom of 1344 Madison St. will
: celebrate his fourth birthday on Oct. 1. but the

4;. se Of Interest to Jacksonville society is the announcement genial and talented young personality alreadya
rv by Mrs. Annie G. Bustamante of thisCity veteran showman, having appeared before local
'1 v of the forthcoming marriage of her daughter, television audiences and during numerous other

HAPPY BIRTHDAY! ---Popular sub-deb Jolita tinental Bowling Lanes. Miss McCray received Miss Ethel Maria Bustaaante to Virgil Whitmoreof public appearances around the state. Reggie will
McCray. shown standing in center with her be one of the star attractions
a large assortment of lovely use- : Cleveland, Ohio.'The during the aaaual
mother Mrs. Essie D. M cray Silva of 2018 ful gifts and received 'many happy returnsof ceremony is scheduled to take place on Monday Gretel and Gertie Talent'School's anaaal program

College Circle South, was the repent recipient the day' felicit5.tiQns-from her 'numerous evEl DCApr11 15, :.1963 in St, Andrew' Episcopal here on May 3rd.

of Joyous surprise .birthday party friends. :: '' Church. A lavish; reception'will follow in the ; (Photos by Baker )
which was held ,in, the, Club. Room! at Con .0 :' :(Royal Art Studio Photo} Ohio Room of ,the Statler-HiltonHotel_ ; Cleveland. -

; : '-' ..The. bridge: } ect isTCPlSWc 5 c 2i-teachern* the Stanton Senior's) : Class' Of 1933

III I Trti District_ Omegas. principals j i I For Post Easter Event, Kappa elementary Alpha Sorority.'division. She ISTa'"member .of Alpha Plans Reunion :During Commencement
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Convene In MiamiRepresentatives
The prospective bridegroom is the proprietorof The Reunion committee of Stanton Senior

from Whitmore Barbecue Enterprises in Cleveland and High SChool's Class of '33 are completing

fifty chapters of the Akron Ohio. plans for a reunion to be held during
Onega Psi Phi
Fraternitywill A- Miss Elmira Bast an ante, sister of the bride- Commencement, Fred Wesley, co-chairman

Florida converge on Miami, elect, will witness the ceremony. y announced this week. All members are expected -
for a threedaydistrict .
x: > to attend the next meeting scheduled -
meeting beginning .................... ._
oh Thursday, April : .+** _. ...' .- _.. .- ... for Monday April 8 at 7:30 p.m. in
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New Stanton
11" and extending through ; "** f -'*
,Friends of Mrs. Helen Robinson will be delighted : Of the original class
Saturday, April: 13, according
Mrs. H.
Mrs. I.J. Dixon
toknorthat she is home
recuperating at total of 110 members
to annouriyerient's"from' : after:: bri t cdnlinement J. Taylor J.R. Jackson
Dr. J 'Brooks a e ; to Brewster Hospital. 54 reside in the city.
_T. Mrs. A. Pinkston andV.
:30: live out of town.
administrative assistantat .................... J. Tutson.
Alabama State \ 17 have yet to be con-
College -
wr Deceased: Mrs. M. Fur-
,. the District Re- C and 9 are de-
Johnson Mrs. R.
presentative.The The Roth- Drive home of Mr. and Mrs. George H. ceased Wesley stated. low, W. ,

theme for this Starkes II was the scene of a recent meeting of Members living in the E. Wallace Mrs. M.
session -
is "Energing Urban Classy Lassies Bridge Club. All members were 'city are: Mrs. A.P. Wilt Lewis J. Wright, R.
Fillmore Mrs.; R. Knight
Problems: OpportunitiesFor present. Hams Mrs. D.A. Jones,
R. Attinburo
Uplift" Keynoting Mesdames Juanita Williams Dorothy Oliver and i. G. Harris Jr. Mrs. V.L. Henderson.

the opening session will Sara Wright were high scorers in the bridge Robinson F.A. ..Wesle7.G. and Mrs. L.M. Bailey.
Others W. L. B.Daugherty .
be the, Reverend Roger 4 session. ,* :: "1: i ,. ; TC \ .A. Mackey Mrs. B. W. : Mrs.

P. Eair, of Be Jiuqer. 4_ Other participants Included Mrs. Geneva Hender- Detnps Mrs. E. Vaultsby Mrs. L.
9-; Mrs. M. Moody Mrs. D. Robinson H. Riley Mrs.
Coo km an College Day ton a. ,.. ;... ... _son, Mrs.iel. .T.ct eyv.IIzsinnJe, adlJng..cfrs: "...B* 0. L. Williams Mrs. A.
The feature speaker for ,Grace Sykes, Mrs. Carolyn Washington, Mrs. Joan 0. Norman Mrs. L.B.
the public program on FIRST MAJOR PROJECT---The recently organized Progressive Young anlding, Mrs Alveta Allen and Mrs. M. Mathis. Carter, Mrs. M. Hammond. Mills. Mrs. M. RandolpMrs.
Friday; night will be Dr. Men's Club will present a Fashion Show and Concert featuring Mrs. M.M. Sims. Mrs. E. Clark A. Stewart

William K. Payne, presi- wellknown models of both sexes and the highly popular J-Notes .................... I.S. Johnson. A.C. Ma- Mrs. K. Perry

dent of'Savannah State combo Monday night April 15th beginning at 7:30 p.m. in Civic dry R. Ross. Mrs. E. Mrs. M. Thomas. Mrs.L. .

College. A Dennis Barnett Auditorium.Advance tickets are already on sale at Buster Ford', Miss Lauretta Jenkins was hostess when Entre M. Jasmin. Brown and Mrs. L.

g .second representativeand vice district Hollywood Music Shop and Johnny ,Springleton's.Some of the models;} Nous Bridge Club met last Saturday evening. Also. Mrs. W.V. Britt. Edwards.

a senior at Alabama shown above from left are: Isaac Freeman Miss Juanita Prince.\ Mrs. Ruth Myers Mrs. Doris Bennett and Mrs.' Mrs. E.B. Washington Comprising the Reunion

Curtis Kimbrough, Mrs. Yvonne Crawford and Miss Clarissa Grant. \ Aldonia Seabrook qualified for prizes. J.C. Hand Dr. W. W. committee are:
will con-
State College Proceeds will benefit the club's education and Mrs. R.C. Stewart
scholarship Miss Ruth Broom, Mrs. Charlotte Stewart Mrs. Schell. T. Hughes. Mrs.
duct workshop for
a proj ects. Photo Baker \ Mrs A. chairman; F. A. Wesley
( by ) G.R. Jones B.
undergraduates; Representing ; ----... _Camilla tr Thompson* T*. rr"and<. oiniro Mrs." Lydia r .Sweet-. .. participated v t -s! su): Nathan. Mrs. H.r McLaughlin co. chairman. ; Mrs. D.A.
'tS3&SCemSSrCouncil :y.. ---I Jaxon Elected ::'Student' Govt. President/ .- inJthe meeting.<< __ .... ,,': 4.; ..',," '.._ _.. J _i JJ r" E.U. Barnes:. Jones secretary and Dr.
will be Ellis F. '''. w. Schell. treasurer.BIRTHS.
marshall; Dr. Leroy Er- .................... Mrs. J. :Vandyke Mrs.
Corbett, of North Carolina vin Jacksonville TALLAHASSEE -- prince Jor from Tampa had 1/2 i. F.T. Johnson, Mrs. A. W.
AW College, editorof Mclntosh 'of Jacksonvillewas votes to. Franklin (a- Wilson
district chaplain Dr. Everett, Mrs. M.B. -
official ; The West 24th Street home of Mr. and Mrs. GeorgeD.
Oracle the -
elected of 101. Major is from
Pail I. Clifford. Atlanta president jor's C.W. Jones. W.T.
publi- Lesesne provided the setting for a meeting of
fraternity University, chairman the Student Government Miami while Miss Mc- Harper.. R. Jackson Mrs Mr. and Mrs. C. W.
of Bella Donnas Bridge Club.
cation. A highlight commission Association of FloridaASM Gowan is from Fitzgerald M.H. Storey. J. Adams. Scott; 1111 McConihe
scholarship ; Bui lard Vanette Thayer and
Mrs. Hadassah Mrs.
the three-day confab Emory: L. Jackson' Bir- University in campus Georgia.The i Also. J. Darby. Mrs. H. Street; Boy (Twins) .
victors in the bridge
whose ,headquarters will mingham, chairman social wide elections here last students failfito Mrs. Geneva Adams were B. Graham. Mrs. R.J. Mr. and Mrs. Nathaniel

be the Hampton House, action. State Directorsare week. cast the 245 votes// e- session.Mrs. F..ngram, J. A. Wright Lawson; 1485 W. State

will be the Talent Hunt as,follows: Alabama, The senior political quired to ratify he Marilyn Macon, Mrs. Ira Washington and Mrs. N. Taylor Mrs. M. Street; Boy.

competitions involvingrepresentativesot..tlte Samuel A. Sheffey, Moul- science major polled.. 186," '"ponst.-itu. ti.on.. ".One.. ....,Audrey Kelly, "were' among," I.other.. .participants'" .."** Plnkney. Mrs. B. R. Mr. and Mrs. Christian
ton; Florida Dr. W. A. votes. James Woodard of hundred seventysixvoted. the meeting. Kendrick Mrs. V. H. Hoisey; 1436 W. 23rd

various chapters. .Th Miami was the second yes," while 66 Perry Mrs. M. Guyton. Street; Girl.
McMillan. Bethunecookman ....................
director for phaseof College, Daytona highest vote-getter of voted against the ,change .-., Mrs. B. Cornell. Mrs Mr. and Mrs, Jtopevelt'

the program is El-< Beach; Georgia, Robert F the seven opposing It is reported that the N.J. Williams C.B. Johnson; 1611 E. ,22ad

liott Scaevella. Church. Fort Valley: candidates with 84 constitution needs to be We conclude our column this week with a bit of Beck Mrs. E.C. Rozier Street; Girl.

Other district officersare Mississippi, Dr. Charles ballots ratified due to the uni- news we consider of great Interest to Jaxoos and Mrs. C.B. Sheperd, Mrs. Mr. and Mrs. Willie

: Harry J. Vander,111 Jones. Campbell College. Bradshaw Kinsey of West s change to the numerous close friends of our Honoree throughout E.F. Storey Mrs. N. McCloud; 1110 Mid-

= Jackson State College Jackson Dr. Edward J. Palm Beach topped the trimester system last Florida and the Southeastern community. H. Davis and Mrs. E. dleburg Ave.Green Cove

first vice district ; 14-student slate getting fall.JonesRobinson. The party concerned is Mrs. Percy Jones nee F. Price. Springs. Florida; Boy.

representative, ;' P. I. the Braynon host is chapter basileus at of votes for the vice presidency Miss Richardeen Ellis the daughter of Mr. andy OUT OF TOWN ,MRffERS: Mr. and Mrs. Larry
3216 Pfeoeoix
Greene, Biloxi keeperof of BOA with 139 IIrs. James Ellis of 1350 West 19th Street. Mrs. Mrs. R.C. Stewart, Mrs. Stephens;
Nuptials Planned
records and seal; Dr.J.E. Miami., votes. Clarence Thomas Jones is a graduate of New stanton High School I. C. Kemp Mrs: B. Street; Girl.

.. Carter.: 'Jr..Augusta. PATRONIZE' of Madison wits 'sec 1d Harold Jones of 1060 and continued further study at Bethune-Cpokman II au 1 t s b 7. M r s. _M. R. Mr. and Mrs. David
Crawford 1476 ,W. 5th
keeper of finance; UVQ.Home. ,. Aft with 69 ballots Bradshawis Evergreen Avenue announced College entering there on a tennis scholarship. Stevens. N. B. Young J, ;

Miami, district; Star Advertisers a political science the approaching College in Marshall Street; Boy.
t She later transferred to Wiley Gaines Mrs. M.D. Harold
marriage of his daughter Mr. and Mrs. JOBS
major. :'Texas, where she received her sheepskin.. ... Mrs. E.J. Jenkins,tS.E.
Winsome Patricia James ,' Miss Frances Ma- During those years, she centered her activitiesaround Glover H. Bellinger. Jackson; 1152 8. Union
now its Pepsifor rim Jones to Ed Robin- Street; Boy.
of New Smyrna Beach was in three
the sport of tennis, competing Also Mrs. I.B. Alexander -
the event to take Mr. and Mrs. Earnest
of the son
the national tournaments at Wilberforce Ohio and Mrs C. D. Jones

r those who sters in the running for place Sunday April one year surged to the seventh round where she J. Anderson, C. Bell, Thomas; 1189. W. 21st
f the Queen of Orange and 21st following 11 am. Althea Gibson. In 1958 Mrs. Street; Bor.a ____
was defeated by
II think YDungf Green Day. The charming worship in First Bap- Jones entered the Women's Army Corps and saw
tist Church Rev. C.B.
mathematics major she athletic
overseas duty in Germany where was
away with the race in Dal ley. pastor, will Services.
program director in Special
t polling 290 votes to officiate. she returned to civilian Yr
.. Honorably discharged ,
Margaret McGowan s 59. became the wife of .
LilY--Whife' SocietyLily life and in August. 1962. .
Michael Gilbert won the Percy Jones who Is Juvenile officer for the tee

right to reign as King White Society No. County Court.

4s v of the Orange and Green 173, plans sponsorship For a short spell. Mrs. Jones was a parttimeteacher

Day festivities by defeating of a trip to Miami to but last 'week started fulltime work as-

s three competi- attend the Grand As- recreation director of Naples (Fla.' a) Carver

tors. "The chemistry. ma- sembly Sunday.: April 28. Recreation Center. Her appointment is being -

i hailed in that city's recreation circles.
visited her fsally and re-
Mrs. Jones
Last week.

POSNERS nswed old friendships here. ;..
SkTntonabrighter. .
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George Starker, Dr. James R. Henderson. Dr.. C. 'B
i McIntosh and Julius Gulnyard were hosts when the .

Jacksonville Alumni Chapter of Kappa Alpha Psi
Fraternity met recently at the Garden Club on West y-tir

e 1ye. Seventeenth Street.
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; Choirs Join! Cantata Plan Local Churches Engaged In Holy Week Services I;

CHURCH NEW[ For April 14th Annual- Event Principals Miss A. Mcfcfe Sels

t Choirs 1 through 4 of a-v Ii9ilivB Fusljttriu
Central CME Church will April 21 Recital

me 27th anniversary of Abyssinia Baptist present the cantata. CNORCr ROTES li Sec" fetal

Church and the 13th of its pastor, Rev. The' Seven Last Words
B. L. Wynn beging April 14 and will ter- of Christ." Sunday. xLThTh Joint Recital.
minate on the 19th. Ministers and their April 14 at 7 p. m. in S. Olin Pearson, who WellknowD singer-

congregations from local churches will the church auditorium. was elected chairman of organist. Miss Aageliae

supervise the nightly services. The Sun- Directors are RichardT. cF- a the last Music Department on McBride and Choir 2 of

day School and BTU departments will pre- Hadley and Miss again Friday calling night is Sweetwater. will feature -
sent the annual Easter program Sunday at Dorothy Hall with James a Meting a Joist recital
of both choirs,
2:45 p.m. in the church auditorium with Lanear. pianist; Mrs. organist Sunday April 21st at
and persons who
Mrs. Mary Holback, program chairman, Maggie Bass, organist are interested in 8 P.B. in Second Baptist -

presiding. All choirs, ushers and con- and Rev. W.C. Flanagan, church music to meet in Church. Fifth and

gregation I ''mbers.. will accompany the pastor, narrator. the Hut Friday April Blue Sts. Rer. Willie
The first word,Father. is host pastor.
pastor to Emanuel Baptist Church
Sundayat --o 12th at 8 p.m. to prac-
5 a.m. for Easter Sunrise services. Forgive Them' For They tice for Easter and Talented Hiss McBride
Know Not What They Do is organist at Second

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the ascent to t Easter Sunday. April
Calvary. with Choir 3 of Mt.
Easter Sunrise services will be held .J: 14 at the Morning
Sunday at 5 a.m. in First Timothy Baptist "Today. Shalt Thou Worship service both Ararat Baptist Churchof
Be With Me in Para '1 which she is a mea-
Church. Rev. R. L. Smith, pastor will dise" is the second ,,_,. ",";:t... choirs are asked to ber.
deliver the sermon. All choirs and ushers THE STOREHOUSE, organized in 1960 at St. Paul AME Church un oer the leader wear white robes and
word of She will be heard in
will serve. Choirs 2 and 3 will rehearse a dying man ship of Mrs. Estelle Jones East Florida Conference Branch Missionary Pre- black shoes.

Saturday at 4 p.m. for the Easter program asking a dying man to sident, carried out its annual Easter season program this week by collect- The Church School annual such favorites as.
God's Spirit singers I
remember and the
scheduled for 3 p.m. Sunday under the transforms darkness answer ing food and clothing which will be distributed to the needy Each year. Easter program Claim Jesus What a
sponsorship of Mrs. Susie Newberry. Choir into Mrs. Janie B. Fpperson opens her home to the committee for preparation and will be held Easter Friend we have in

1 meets in regular business session Mon- light. completion of the project. Members shown' from left are: Mrs. G.B.. GardnerMrs. Sunday April 14 at Jesus and many others.
The Son of Man becomes
day at 8 p.m. with Mrs. Hazel Moultrie, Dorothy Russ Mrs. Theresa Wingard committee chairman; Mrs. Janie B. 10 o'clock a.m. in the Gospel groups and individual -
1181 W. 30th St. Choir 3 will sponsor a the Son of Mary in the Epperson Mrs. Abiah Shehee and President Estelle J. Jones. George Washington Car- singers are

Zoo outing April 20th. The bus will leave third word' when Jesus ver Elementary School. Invited to appear on
the church at 9 a.m. says -WOman, Behold ( Royal Art Studio Photo ) 2854 W. 45th Street. the program The public
Thy Son! Son Behold -
with T.V. Huger.superintendent .

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The fourth word states chure. *11 Barents are CenfraPs Choir 2

West Union Baptist Church will hold its that Jesus on Calvary Christ Is Risen I.r Prepared For urged to have their To Observe
face to face with the r
Easter program Sunday at 4 p.m. in the children on time and
climax of His Grand Lodge Meet
Education building, with Miss Margie Kel- lonliness also come out and sup- 15th Anniversary

ly, program phairman, presiding. Dea- cried My God Why By' port the program. The Jackson family
coness Board 2 meets Sunday at 3 p.m. Has Thou Forsaken Me?" J ; Rev. F.D. Wilson, 'pastor will be special guests
Choir 1 meets Friday at 7:30 p.m.District "I Thirst the t 1 will deliver the along with other church
fifth word tells of His REV. I. HCPHERSOM at choirs
sermon beginning Tuesday night
9 meets Sunday following morning worship.
first and final reflection
and 8 will t. 10:55 a.m. Both the when Central CHE
Districts, 5,6,7 sponsor a mass 0p Fs
of His physical Pastor t .. United and Westminster Church's Choir 2 observes
meeting April 21 at 3 p.m. in the church's suffering. of St. Stephens
main auditorium. choirs will support the its 15th anniversary -
Tather. Into Thy t : rites robed in white beginning at

.. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. Hands Soul "I is Commend the sixth My 'i'ik Methodist Church t } robes and wearing black 8 o'clock in the church
shoes with Mrs. Rudyne auditorium
Final rehearsal for the Easter programat word foretelling a new .. Hastings Florida t tIt Watson at the piano. Some of the groups
approach to the door
The annual Faster Fgg which have already
Mt. Tabor Baptist Church will be held of death to appear in Itj Hunt will be held on promised to
Friday at 4:30 p.m. The program is scheduledfor the history of man. /I;j'tt
the new church site. are:
at 3 with Mrs. Bernice It :f-; 1<
Sunday p.m. "It Is Finished," is Ring out, ring out ye Easter Bells; ,, 3066 Woodlawn Poad Choir "2. of St Thomas.
Holiday and Miss Ida Mae Finning in charge. the seventh word the Christ, the Lord is Pfisen! ...r Monday. April '15 'at" Baptist" Church; Choir
Mrs. mna Smith and her daughter Miss Irma Savior uttered when He Good news to all the/nations 2
tell ,. } 4: 30 p.m. with T.V. New Zion Baptist;
Smith will be presented in a recital <
Jean raised His Head in a Christ the Lord is R sen! Huger superintendentin Choir 2 of Faanuel Bap-
Sunday, April 21 at 8 p.m. District 7 is cry of victory. Christ the Lord is isen indeed; i a 'J. charge. tist and Choir 2 of Mt.
'sponsoring the event. Districts 1 and 8 Friends and the '
publicare From the grave He ha been Freed; Mori ah Baptist Church.
will meet Sunday, April 21 at 4 p.nJ. with invited.Jacqueline. Hark ye unbelievers! heed! W.M. WATKINSMrs. Fountain Chapel All choirs of the city

Deacon and Mrs. Andrew Grant in their "Christ, the Lord is /Risen Ton Watkins, are invited to appearon
residence. D. Smith AME ChurchFaster
Worthy Matron of A L. the program and the

. . . . . . Plans April 28th With Pierced Hands arid Feet and Side Fleming Chapter No. 45 Sunrise service general public is in-
.. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. . . . . . . t T Christ, the Lord is Rjfsenl F stated Thursday that will be held Sunday at vited.

Recital At t St. Phillip The Savior bowed JUs Head,and died the Chapter has com- 5 a.m.illeYPrfD jlv Samuel.0. Pearson.will
host e
'} N.
will joint
Emanuel Baptist Outstanding' soprano Christ, the Lord is Risen! pleted plans for Grand Jones, pastor. .an. serve as II master s"'
Easter Sunrise services Sunday at 5 a.m. Jacqueline D. Smith, jHe that died on Calvary< Lodge session which nounced. The pastor ceremonies; Mrs. Daisy

with Abyssinia and Evergreen Baptist current Baker County ,A shameful death upon .a tree will convene at Masonic will deliver the Mes- Wallace is program
churches participating. Deacons of the music supervisor, will Robbed the grave of victory. Temple 410 Broad St. sage. chairman; Rev. Sanfrod
three churches will conduct the devo- Christ the Lord is Monday April 15th Smith will serve with
be presented in a recital t Risen! All choirs ushers,
tionals. Consecration service will be held 'Sunday April stewards, stewardessesare the committee; H. Howard -

following Sunday's 11 a.m. worship. The 28th at 7 p.m. in St. Blow ye! Blow ye trumpets blow! requested to serve is president of
convenant meeting will be held at 12 Philip Episcopal Church Christ, the Lord is Risen' r throughout the day and Central's Choir 2 and

clock noon with Rev. S. L. Badger, pas- under sponsorship of Cause the universe to know 1 are urged to be at Rev. W. C. Flanagan is

tor, in charge. Communion service will begin St. Philip's Church Christ, the Lord is 'Flisen their posts at 9 a.m. host pastor.Alliliary.

at 2:30 p.m. with the combined choirs Women. ( Let the Easter joybells ring; j for Sunday School, Plans

leading the processional at 2:45 p.m. The The event is another" *i Christ, the Lord is Risen! which will; be.under the,"
Easter service will be held on Sunday in the cultural series' Let all nations shout and sing, charge of Superintendent -. Joint' Installation

night. : : : : : : : : : : : : : : : : : : : : : : : : : : : ,now being sponsored at "NOW. 0 death where is thy sting? U. Cook. Joint installation of

Rev. Dewey Duncan associate pastor of St. .Philip and the' the Lord is Risen. MOrning service will officers ceremony of

Day Spring Baptist Church will deliver the general. public is invited tChrist. e J, 9e begin at 11 a.m. The Gateway Barracks No.

11 a.m. sermon Sunday at St. Matthew Bap- Miss pastor will deliver the 3131 and its Auxiliaryof
Smith is a former f; "
tist Church. 28th and Moncrief Rd. Easter New Stan ton High Glee Crowning Climaxes Annual Fete sermon at 11:30 0' World War 1 USA,

service will be held at 3 p.m. with Miss Club member and won additional .. tr i4 \"", clock. At 3 p.m.. the Inc. will be held

Martha Phillips, supervising. Districts 1 renown during ;, -s : Sunday School depart- Saturday April 20th at
and 2 will present Easter on Parade Mon- her college years in Y :..;.J4 w >i'1 't'1' ment and A.C.E. League 2 p.m. in Grant MemorialAMR
." ,, __ will present a special
day the parsonage. Texas. .,:' f k Church's auditorium,
program. During the 7 All Buddies and Ladies -
: ;; p.m. service all WW I vets widows

SALE GOOD ..St. C. S.C- HOUNthrough choirs will be *featured fi K- : Sisters, daughters are

ALL WEEKAPRIL the 18th. in a--recital asked to join the oreanlzatton' -
Mrs. Edna Calhoun the According to the Trus-> 8 ranks. The .
10MPRIL13 Chapter's corresponding tees Sunday. is Mortgage Charter is open fer

2 DISCOUNT STORES secretary will accompany Day and all members members to Join either
W.M. Watkins as a are urged to par- unit Mrs. Willie Mae
830 Cassat Ave. delegate. ticipate in this duty Hart president of the
(NEAR COLLEGE) to the fullest. Auxiliary stated.

Beaver ------ -- ------
1824 W. St. e'l1ituarit5 i- - - --- - ----
U.S. 90 Near Sl xkton

William Edward; 137 Heer The C..iii.t.sDiscussVia

BIG EASTER SALE! Oak William Street.J. Stewart;

a '

4 BIG DAYS APRIL 10-11-12-13 Mrs.1525 Logan Evelyn Street.J. Simmons; 'L .. -..- .. r. Issues.

t. 910 Jefferson Street. : .:. _: -,\ '
John Freeman; 822 W.

Country Smoked Sugar Cured 'MRS. SIMPSON FOR '63Mrs. Mary Union Street. Mayor Haydoi Burns VS John Li.gCow. _
Abe Robinson 1527 E.
Alice Cook smith (left) won the spirited- :
FRESH ORCURED contested annual "Miss 26th Street.
Simpson MethodistChurch"
HAMS 39c contest, it was announced duringa Madison Levi H. Street.Parker; 820 Luis H. Ritor VS Heiry I MtxwiHCoaa.

dinner Monday night in the church's
10 to 20,LBS. Annex.The honoree is shown being crownedby Louis Qjiaintance; 1352
Spearing Street.

Florida Grade "A" LARGE pastor Mrs., Rev.Alice Joshua Reddick Reddick.wife of The Simpson event Mrs Julia Walker; 1114 Dallas L Tomas VS trad TrtMckCOM. +

cat successfully climaxed the weeklong series Mrs.Dora Anna Street.Willis 232E. .
EGGS No Limit. No Deattr QA7 3 9 commemorating the church' S79th anniversary State Street.

this prict,vtw:'. FOR A BETTER JACKSONVILLEYou Mrs.7442 Richardson Margaret G.Road.Cook; J. D8kffl Kennedy VS Edward J.. Ryan

should vote,* for an Architect,
Mrs. Henrietta Conley
Whose training and experience' 1014 Baker Arenue. Tke Candidates for City CtiKilSfUeial
Mrs. Mattie Coleman
LI.15c prepared him to.. work for a better 1337 Francis street.;
city; BfiBjcratic Bally
Mrs. Martha King; 236
Who understands the NEED for RE-
Elm Street. Jacksonville
Ball Park "
MOVING the sub-standard housingin ,
many parts of our City and the Leroy Spruce Livingston Street. ; 399 8th & Myrtle '

PICNICS! 27 Who need has for been new housing educated; to work for Rev.1562 W.James 23rd Street.McBride; Friday, April 12 Starts 7:30 p.m

LI. the welfare of all the people of
the City. Mrs.1304 Dellwood Rosa L.Arcane.Brown; i SPONSORED by

Grtcfest Vote for John R. ArchitectGRAVELEY Mrs. Virginia Stone City Democratic Executive Coanittee
Gospel Singers
WJXT's SUNDAY 9:30 ,AM.Vy :., .,. Merritt; 1474 Grothe St.
t ; ,
< Robert Gibbs Sr. ; /'writer Meat tfarkttg I (Paid Pol. Adv.)
CilicUBal Ward 6 1137 Jessie Street.


SAWIAY: APRil 13; 1II1.' I
FLORIDA STAR u PAfitSncgrt s
II ,,' .. .. ."1 .:;. '1-. -
tfiiiji$ ,)..kJil t .- ChangtIn : Fla. Congressman Greets Official-
)- .. .' Teen Talkby Rehearse For Annual Event

idtftycoiieg4e; Prexy Notes F .
f tr A Robin Forrester
ST. PETERSBURG -- feirSediateiy
The Jacksonville Bands put on a red hot show and
his ejection: to serve in, a high educationa L left the field down at Melbane High in Alachna
k capacity, of Florida's leading .
one smoking. I heard yesterday that it is still trying -
educator :made it known that Negro Colleges I r to cool off. s

will "seek deliberate change of identity 11l1'someone please let the Jay Teens in on how

in order to become 'assimilated into the to .dance the "Bossa Nova?" There have been

new educational structure present.society several versions on how the dance is done.

has prescribed. .* '* It vas. said by. the chairman of the James Weldon

Making the statementwas Edward Waters College.He Johnson Junior High Annual Bazzar (Cynthia.
President John W. will serve with Dr. Clarke)that the bazzar this year is going to be t
Rembert 'of Gibbs Junior Richard V.Moore, Bethune- tops? They have a total of 20 booths to be used

College following his Cbokman College presi- not including the student Council's big project:

election to serve as dent, and J. R. E. Lee, Danceland. Hope to see all Of Jacksonville'steens
president o.f the Florida vice-president of FloridaA. there. i

Council of Institutions and M. University., ,who The Blue Devils of New Stan ton' s Concert Band ,'
of Higher Education. The were elected. vice- will be on display April 26, in the Civic Audi-
organization is composedof president and secretary., torium for their annual Band Concert. This shouldbe

19 Junior and senior respectively. an extra special event for the teens of Jaz. 4j IT

Florida)colleges, publicand Gilbert a Rudolph Jamison has averaged so many :
private, having all- points in basketball games that they are aboutto
Negro or predominately Instructors Attend REPRESENTATIVE WILLIAM C. CRAMER, (R. of run out of numbers. They ran out of numbersfor ;

Negro students and Fla. ), left, welcomes Edward W. Brooke, Carlos Highsmlth of stanton earlier in

faculties. Attorney General for the State of Massa- the season.
President, Rembert disclosed National Meetings chusetts, back to. his hometown< of Washington The main events for teens in the cultured line

to .newsmen that D. C. Massachusetts' chief law enforcement would be the stanton Vocational High School's ,
quality will be the, tool officer met with Republican Annual Band Concert. This concert is to help ....' r
ST. ..p teR Q'G. -- ';,'
to gain the new, Image. ; I lawmakers at a reception at the Congressional pay for'the "boss" uniforms that they wore down '
Gibbe .. .
..Junior Qolleie
"The new image of the was represented at Hotel in the Capital and later in Alachua. So let's help them keep their uni- TALENTED GIGI WILLIAMS, 'Miss Gretel and

Negro college will result national meetings held attended a dinner in his honor at the forms.It Gertie of 1962," will portray the lead-
from the upgradingof International Inn sponsored by the was said that the James Weldon Johnson's
in Pittsburgh, Pa., and ing role this year as Sleeping Beauty,
cur r i cuI m n s an d District of Columbia Republican Committee, Concert Band will be presented in a concert Monday which
Boston Massachusetts will be presented in ballet during
raising of standards the National Association of Colored Wo- night, April 8th, at 8 p.m. in the Susie
recently.The Gretel and Gertie Talent School'sannual
rl thin the institution; men' s Clubs, and a Citizens Committee. E. Tolbert Auditorium. The band will play clas-
local institutionwas May 3rd dance recital at the
and j t will also be effected Brooke, who was elected as the first Ne- sical and modern music. I think you teens will
: represented by Strand Theatre. Talented Gigi is the
by'student en- Massachusetts enjoy it.
General in
gro Attorney
mathematics department daughter of Mrs. Gladys Hoffman Williams
rollment1 on.a nonracial history last November, called on his I hear that the Northwestern track team is really -
head L.L. Edwards when
of 1517 W. 14th St. and George WilliaMS
basis, as, well ,as ell, fellow Republicans to continue their out for speed. From the looks of things, they
/. ,: 4Jst annual omeeting, -' .of Brooklyn, N. Y. Gregory Jones (right),
( plfiymeht'of' facultiessolely of the Nationai Councilof ; fight. for Ne"gro Tights,and cautioned are .out in front with the track teams of the will play the lead role of the Prince.
on the criteriaof to be "discriminating" in their city.
Teachers cvf .Ma/ hema-__ Negroes
rqu 1ification'S, "' tics'was tietdln,:" Pittsburgh -' political affiliation so they will not Let's give the Isaiah Blocker and Northwestern Gigi won the title again Wednesday night
Dr. 'Rerabert declared. choruses a hand. They both wonderful turned in $600.
April 36. be taken for granted by any one party.FAMU's gave per-
Already recognized, Am ng the chief, con- I formances.The (Photo by Baker)

but not mentioned by. sultants for the meeting CJ. Smith ReappointedTo Douglas Anderson Playmakers really mean to "Gossip Of The Movie Lots"Singer
resident Remberti. were textbook bring "Broadway" to Jacksonville with their
fact that Gibbs Junior authors: Dr. Carl B. 3rd Term On College Board productions. This is another affair all teens Etta James, one of the world's
College has already Allendoerfer, University should make a must on their social calendar. outstanding vocal talents, is currently

initiated action to 1 of Washington;. WASHINGTON D. C.---Charles J. Smith, III, director Quite a few teen social. clubs are being organized being featured at the Hideaway Club.
change the image of Dr. Max Beberhan University of public. relations at Florida A. and M. in our fair city. Hope to have some Featured with Etta is Jo Jo Adams and
about them. Reading Clifford Scott, plus the Hideaway All-
Gibbs Junior College as of Illinois; University, has been reappointed to the thrd news Keep This Column And

a Negro institution. It and Dr. Richard H. Crewel consecutive three-year term as a member of the Learn The current Teen News. Stars. ....................
Integrated both student, !, Dartmouth ColAmoD Information Committee of the Association of
College Fires I talked to Al Hibbler between shows recently -
body and-f acuity ,durjng, legq.,
State Universities and Land-Grant Colleges.The
rr '' !1.1 ') at the Hideaway and discovered he
the V now At has,term oZI9612and white! "g .the'':topics' ., tUS'cussed -' appointment was announced. by Russell' Thackney,.., College To Host Business Manager has not lost his wonderful sense of husor.

" Instructors. seven were: Mathematics executive secretary of the association.. \ DAYTONA BEACH (ANP) His voice has the same wonderful charm

President Rembert and Mankind" ; Smith was first namedto versity of Massachusetts!I Summer InstituteDAYTONA Paul Hyde. business that rocked him to stardom many years ago.
assumes Zbe Case Against Calculus' -
the committee when \
the Stecker: and Robert manager at Bethune-Cook- I requested one song-my favorite, 'Danny
$ presidency of and "tb arac-
it was established in Taylor, University of men College for the past Boy."
the educational organization teristica of the Potentially BEACH J.
1957 and
was reappointedto Wisconsin. 1 10 years, was fired recently .
Greene, President -
from Dr. W. B. Creative ;
a second threeyearterm One-year term (1963), { of Volusia by the executive LAY AWAY FOR EASTER
i -
! Stewart, president of Thinkers in Mathematicsand in 1960.Frederick County
C.R. 'Elder, Iowa StateUniversity committee of the college
for \ Community College, has
Stecker director
; Charles board of trustees, which
State C.C.U.N. Leader Teaching.Now attending" the of universityrelations Flynn, University. of I twill announced serve that as co-host VCCC replaced him with James Sizes 1 to 20 $6" to M9951H

In "Demand, As Speaker_ Aprii8U.JI'tmeetfnl of; University at, Is Ohio'the State new Illinois; Max W.'" Mil-" the third Summer In- Huger assistance former administrative to President --. DACRON BLENDS & RAYONS
born, Kansas fate" Btltute for '
H ,,,, College'Adminis'trative'Teams. -
ST; PETERSBURG Mac the AMrickhJPersonnel" committee chairman: University; W.A. Simp-' / The Richard V. Moore. "FREE" Bow Tie With Each Swt. -.....
James Williams, student and Guidance Associa- Other members, in addition ,/University The committee's said
leader, at Gibbs Junior tion in Boston are W. to Smith, include son. University of of Florida simply without elabora- GIRLS DRESSES "
i 7 and Florida State Universitysponsored -
Colleges and State Ervin Rouson and Mrs. : three-year term Georgia; and Fd Lemmons institute tion that Hyde was ''re- Sizes 1 to 14 SUBTEEN
Chairman of the Col- Ethel Monroe. (1965) Hardy Berry Oklahoma State Uni-| will meet in lieved of all duties
versity. I Friffy
, legiate Council for Sessions that the two North Carolina State Daytona from July 29- and affiliations at
the United ,Nationa has are attending include: College; Edwin Crawford, Grambling Mentor Augist 2, 1963. Bethune-Cookman College sin to s1095
been on the go filling Images of the Junior Auburn University; James The institute is being effective March 6th.
engagements as one of College" ole and Denison. Michigan State H l1)ed) Hall Leader: ,supported by the W.K. Broadway Store
Florida's key figures Functions of the SchoolS College; -. Hoke Kern JRAMBLING.. LA (SPECIAL Kellogg Foundation fund Depf.
iz!AMA i. C..U..;r :lalo\rJ-t( ; Counselor" "The University. of Florida; oath; Eddie Robinson gfGrambling for the advancement of

ment..R\! .April 1, Junior College= :'ri' n8f.r' Fred M. Shideler. Oregon College has .'Junior college ,leadership 119 BROAD ST. EL 4.6818
fthl. ." ,.' been named an honorary Throe qr more
S L Student' CommunityCollege -
app tbid.'at St:: ers- f State University; Commissioner of the administrative officers I CHARGE ACCOUNTS INVITED
burg"s InternationalClub and D. Candace Hurley,
from each junior col-
National Warner Conference -
Personnel Pop
to speak to the Student Iowa State University lege in the state are
Principles through Organizational and Pop Warner C flr C
American Association Two-year term (1964), being invited to the
for the United Nationson structureand Welden Barnes Oklahoma Little Scholars, Inc. meeting with basic expenses CONTINENTAL BOWLING LANES
The Symposium ;
The Warner
Pop program
"What the College Wil- paid.
State University; i
Test Is regarded as the l
Students are Doing. liam Deminoff Uni- Theme for the weeklong -
Interpretation'I ,'1 finest scholarship and meeting is Excellence .
I I in Terminal i Will i Sponsor
-- !II sportsmanship improve- '
Elect....... ment project for boys in Education1 rP .

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Larry Lewis Gives PledgeTo APPLICATIONS FOR SINGLETON Will Improve : Yc { .Area (Ga.. ,Fla.Primitive' .'Baptist: ConfiiAcclaimed -

Represent All EquallyIn ... .
> "
MARRIAGE LICENSES : : 5iccessulJfttPrexy! ] :

a dramatic display .of his sincerity, MIAMI Rev.. M.G., Milfcs, called the 196?
Larry Lewis, candidate for the City Coun- '
LeRoy Smith 414 Lee Florida-Ge rgia State Primitive Baptist

cil, third ward, gave a signed statementto St. 49 and Rosa Lee 1 Convention held here recently "fruitfuland

the Florida Star that he would appro- epoch-e!+aking.'" *
Faison. 414 Lee St. n\e convention TTS held
priate $100,000.00 each year for paving -p----- V V _V V at the Israel Bethel. Primitive Baptist

I streets in the Negro sections when he IF 34.Archibald R. Pray, Jr. Church. .wi h'-Rev. ,. .&'D,. ,Rr'antley: us host,
elected.Lewis '
forts to provide job 1497 W. 9th St., 24 and w castor. _
camp supeniarKet.. &RCI.
said he was for all The convention's
opportunities state
Marilynn E. Wesley
church beak. The ee.1ttee' -
Baking the pledge because -
citizens. 2014 Davis St., 23. president rerorted that will mike its report

he is aware of the .' 'A past president of Tobe Johnson Jr. 1981 the members unanimously during the 1964 convention -

deplorable street con two Dads clubs and the Ella St. 32 and r adopted his six-point to be held in !>ay-

ditions in the colored father of two children. Elouise Monts 1424 program outlined before tona Beach next spring.

areas, adding that if Lewis and his family Kings Road. 23. Vq them at the 61st annual Ministers will be able

Jacksonville is to pro- have resided at 1320 Noah Terry Beaumont c convention in Tallahassee to retire at the age of

gress all sections must Market last year. 65 when they have
St. for the Texas, 26 and Bernice or
be Rev. Miles is pastor of
up to
par. past 20 years. Cook 1998 McQuaid St., become incapacitated
the Primitive
Philadelphia -
In a pledge directed
A The .
number of Negro evangelism programcalla
especially to Negro Jaxons have 24.Will Baptist Church in for the electionof
expressedthe V. Collins. 1469W. Tallahassee, acting'dean. .
citizens, Lewis, a well- feeling that Lewisis 23rd St. 21 and r of students. and direc- evangelists to promote *

know businessman stated sincere in his prom- Margaret .Fleming 1736 tor of student activities the program of the
yon can depend on me at Florida MM University -
convention. Loans will
ises and would work to W. 28th St., 18.
to represent you, eQually in addition to be made to churches in
carry out the plans he Wilbur Ringer, Jr. ,
and fairly/
has outlined for pro- Jonesboro, Ga. 26 and 'his serving as president areas where the churches
Lewis who has lived in
gress of the city. Lottie Wilson, 2121 of the Florida- seeking loans are not
Jacksonville all of his
Georgia Primitive Baptist
In an appeal to all Broadway, 30. established providingthe

adult life also pledged the voters Lewis said: Elton ,Stewart. 1068 W.
i to work for the comple- "I have seen our town ISADORE SINGLETON.promln'ent' businessman-civic leader and called fara retirement recommended for such a

tion of the Port of grow over the years intoa Duval St., 31 and Lois carididate-at-large for Councilman.2nd War promises if elected program and loan. by the associations

Jacksonville, a project great city of whichI M. Foxx. 632. S. to the city body during the Tuesday-pri1,16th; city elections, group insurance -for all olf which the churchesare
Lincoln 26.
which will bring mil- 'am proud. Having Court to improve such conditions'as shown in photo) in all areas of ministersTTSvalgelisa mer'bers.President .

I lions of dollars ir interest in the past Leroy Price, 1424 W. the city. Singleton, who is interested in making Jacksonville a and church expansion Miles extended -
business and payroll growth and a solid interest Prileau St. 24 and
better place to live states that rest homes and
as a member of the City Coun- program, sincere gratitudeto
money to the community. in its future Frankoe E. Hunter 1917W. cil, he promises to Serve All of the People. housing project youth all members of the

I In addition he has development, I am 1st St., 24. .
convention for cooperating
promised to urrort ef- seeking an opportunityto Solomon Fisher. Jr. .

help the city to 2052 W. 16th St. 31 Stanton's Symphonic 1 Fete Outstanding Citizens Confii'medI success.and making it sucha

greater expansion." *" and Polly Mae Gary, ... V. '. V.
STARS! .. .
RAY CHARLES 2052 W.16th St., 35. Set For April 26th .{A. #y." .:..' Prof. H.W. WarnefsSudden

The Annual ..... ,
Concert :? ; ,
0I Holy Church Of Gibbs JC Hosts featuring the,Symphonic 'i:. \ Passing

i Band of New Stanton F

I The Living God Elementary EducatorsST. Senior High School on: Is Mourned Here

.I April 26 will spearhead
The Church of The
the final
Living God 1912 Me-
spring meeting of the school-wide sponsored Tallahassee Henry w
harry Avenue announced activities for the
Florida Council on Warner an associate
that Passover servicesare school at the E
Elementary EducationFCFE year
professor at Florida MM
now in progress and,
school. The
( ) was held on the University for 10 years.
will terminate on April will be held in the
of Gibbs Junior
campus died suddenly at his

16th. College April 35.Approximately Civic Auditorium under home here last Sunday
Nightly service be- the sponsorship of the
50 representatives i (March 31) He was 39 7:30 o'clock froia. .. Band Parents Club ac-. PRECEEDINQ the order of Holy Communion Pastor Floyd T. McAdoo of St. Paul Lutheran
>- : .
: .- His family found his
and-ah all-day service -""thrbughdu ttie'Vtate%: ,: cording to Principal Church administered the Rite Confirmation on Dr. William PA;. qhnjspn '/lefta-j; bodyHfien 'they returned

and will be held on April Charles D. Brooks who sistant professor of social studies and history at Savannah Sta'te'Cblleke.SaVannaliY'1'Ga. '1. '
Composer, pianist gathered on the localaapusltof home0 trB.r? church
16th Elder Faulk, pastor s announced, the gollowingvftctiviViesscheduled Dr. lsalah'Harris. owner-operator of MerVon's Pharmacy, and Roux r
top singer Ray Charles DaDif1l
1 t- ,
'' :-c implement : TL Funeral services 1ere'heWW
provides some of the is extending an plans'of.i the workingand tojg bajjid' director at Bboglas'Xnderson High School. Officials and *" roof Ea M 6!T Sf flAW i
take place on various 'Beth
Invitation to the
sounds and songs* in 1 welcomed the prominent new members ...
general public to attend standing committees dates after the con- Church Wednesday at 3:00:

20th Century-Fox's all services ; consider suitable cert. I Lake Wales p.m. with Dr James 0.

colorful, romp Sister Barbara Brown, study procedures; and Gilbert and Sullivan's Hudson officiatingBurial
'Swin gin' Along the church reporter to consider new trends The Mikado" will be Tourist, Spot was. in 'Greenwood
I opening SUNDAY at the VitWIitWINlITEi [
RITZ Theater. stated. in content areas. presented on May 6 in '. Changes ,OwnersLAKE Cemetery with Strong and

1. I the auditorium beginning ,. : V97THE BtBLEn ", WALES /FNS), Controlling Jones Furferal.Hoae: in

at 8:00 charge
p.m. eoiHiuxrt a. RAM m*. interest in
the Glee Club under the .(.-1.-..... ttaiAN tau SOCIItT :" ,,' i ,
) KEEP I CHlCAOO a- auKOitx, :>"" ;' one of Florida's leading .
JACKSONVILLE .1- ,. .. -7/' ,
direction of ,.. .. ; < .
Mrs. AlphaH ''<.<" (" f'"' 11--;' <;!..1'. <." tourist attrac.r .

__. _-M ore;-The Annual tiOD;hsi Bh taeeth hands- 'HjfAtJt Mis. N.( :
.. .....
.. ,
.. ; '" .; ," Concert ,featuring the* *'* as of April 1. Management -*, '

New Stanton'Orchestra 'of the Great Masterpiece :'7i t1_
under the directionotProfessor GRACE FROM CALVARY '
GOING FOWARD writer. This is why reverted back

. . Edgar Grahamon If1' you want to enjoya Paul's message is to the original owners if1f.

9 May 13 in the school relal spiritual feast. called "the preachingof following their pur-

auditorium beginning at ; the cross"God'sgood
1 tak| your Bible and chase of additional

WITH A MAN WHOSE RECORD 8:00 p.m.; School Play look up the word 'trace" news about what shares of outstandingstock.

'. entitled "Private Firs notice how often Calvary has accom- ii i--

Lives" Noel Coward lished for us (1 Cor.
by this word is
found in
Kenneth A.
I Iw and directed Miss 1:17-23. ) Curtis. i4
: : ipur Gospels-only In Paul's epistles we Lake Wales public re-
Norm Littlejohn on May
four times and onl'once' 1 at ions; juan.jj:: assjmedUtheposition ;
.t, .... : .. rYt111.. .M t. tI I 17 beginning at 8:00. '. leu;' through ; :,
'in'BrrtoctrijraTisense. ->It : ot pxesJtf<< _
Student Govern- Christ s death for us
DRAINS p.m. ; 'Then notice how V dent and general .n ana','
? ment Day on May 20; ,. at Calvary believersare
often it isused in : ger.of'The I Great' Mas. -

'. -' ..Junior-Senior Prone Paul fl epistles: only: "justified.; which featuresa terpiece
; administered
L 'May 24 in the Duval "accepted" by God and
about half the size of mosaic of 300.000
Jacksonville'slargest County Armory beginning pronounced "completein "SWEET
the four Gospels). Here tiles of Leonardo daVinci'
z ", drainage program. Under at 8:00 Christ. By His
; p.m. it is found well '
; his administration, 34.90 miles, Annual awards Day over death they are 're-- 5 "Last Supper!
onf one hundred times and
LL : of storm drain has been con- May 28 in the audi conciled to God in one Curtis succeeds G.
practically always in a
Watson Whiteside as SIXTEEN"It's
d structed. torium beginning at body, given a posi-
doctrinal sense, about
general manager of the
tion at God's right
: 1:30 Senior Class
p.m. ;
the love and mercy of attraction which also
hand in the highest
Night on May 29 in their God toward sinners and veally Ananias
: assured offers the Howell GlassBlowers
auditorium beginning at toward His own. Think heavens and Newsome but the folks

/ SEWERS .. ,....... t. ai:00."p,nAnnual Alumni ot: ip. 0' lye at ftc1.. 1 "the riches In" 'the of His of I1rr!iysahdf'k'i. Phelp'' Birds wrde waoisgYg been riding his

A LOU HITTER' has administered'installation -'Day Observance on May grace referred to doc- grace" ages New Deal Cab IS Night
Car ride. '::
of 120.70 alive :. .'. :, X30 ;and honoring the JrtTlnally in the four to calf -all this and Cable for
of sanitary sewer lines :: #. .class-of .!33- ; :' senio tGospels. yet In:Panl's'r r more.. The'Curtis"faoilychasVd "ur juet'callhim lilyac
the additional
providing sewer connectionfor Worship on June 2; epistles--only half as' Mr. Neweome live at
Holy WeeServ' stock from Wh'iteside,
7.552 homes. The new place to be announced large in volume-it is 1631 West 34th street
A.H. Pember, Violet
central sewage treatment later; Senior Outing on more than one hundred and is a lifetime ...-
HeldSt. Kirchner and other
plant initiated and administered r +' June 3, place to be announced times used. ber of the Friendly
share holders. The resignation -
I by Ritter serves later; Annual This is because St. Baptist. Church. p is
r. of Jay Crook
more than 80.000 additional ,, 'Parent AppreciationNight Paul was God's chosen Philips Episcopal the father of three
weekend director of publicity
citizens who had no prior ,, '.,;i ok on June 4; and apostle to make known Church's Holy young children, Aaania,
of servicesare ins announced and the
sewer service. commencement on June 6 His grace to sinners schedule Jr., age 7; Velda Vlcfcojjla -

PAVING in the Civic Auditorium ,for in Acts 20:24 he as follows: Swiss, bl Cars of ,. who is 5 and

LOU RITTER initiated'and administered ,Southern Thinclads '-'speaks of 'the'mfnl'S-- Good Friday from three-hour 12 o' clock Florida_ -.Inci.-,, jp'wkbr Patriot a Seas jtwt'".
the largest'paving try which I ;have"'t-e-' "' Whitesijde., and>Mr_, '&&& 'i* really a careful -
until 3 p.m. HolyBaptist. '
program in Jacksonville' his. s. Break Five Records ceived of the* Lord noon Saturday at and Mrs. ..I rper Lund; "' safe driver. In

tory. Under his leadership, ,Jesus, to testify 'the QUist was included n fact when he was in

130.94 miles of city streets" At FAMU RelaysTALLAHASSEE 'goSpel of the grace of morning 5> p.m. Easter Festive Sunday Choral the sale. ....,' > 'f.*
have been paved. In addition, God." Eucharist 5 p.JL Chil- "I aa happy to returnto the School Boy Safety

: Southern But on what basis the Great Masterpiece Patrol
15.06 miles of sidewalk and M dren's Easter program for all of Jack-

55.98 miles of concrete curb University walked away could God. through and Fellowship hour Curtis an- sonville. B ea>se he

with the Florida ASM Paul proclaim salva- no'unced. .
and gutter were installed. Sunday at 6 p.a. still belieewea la safety
University Relays here
tion by free grace to they've Bade his an

last week in the Spring sinners? Ah. now take. BEAUTICIANS ANNOUNCE NEW LOCATION .
H Sp..hi' .
LOU RITTER. ... .the. public. official Sports .Carnival. The your Bible' sad rb' ganlooking' r&MRS.: I ..4:.: f I If J;w 7ol'call't rJ "

with an unmatched recordof Jaguar Cats from Batoii !I I.
bp-th'o'se pis"sages ''
I Niyaa N.*.*. and his
12 years dedicated servicein Rouge. La. amassed 108 whfcfi'- refer' _. ,
New Deal cab yet DOW
city government. .who' s many points to win the annual .the cross, the death
)'oti 11 get prosit service -
innovations have been copiedby event. Host FAMU and the blood of Christ;
and a safe ride.
other cities and have won him was second with, 49. again noticing that

both city and state good government points. -..;j Awhile, Paul does not

awards, the only city official Seven meet records- weree..:.-actually relate the Be sore to watch
oar half hour
so honored. broken with the ati"' 'W"story of Christ's death
show SBBdajr Bom
....... smashing five Southern he has more to say about :.
.. Scao
took first place in 14 j that death,: andMwhat .

'I RE-ELECT LOUIS H. (LOU) 1T VV of second the 20 events Rattlershad ; the \ it accomplished : 1"; .4 Le, a:
than any other Bible ,_ ALEXANDER MRS. ANTHONY MRS. TAYLOR 1 n1'.t..

four first placesand :writer. It would thrill Mesdaaes Minnie Lee Alexander Lila Anthonyand .

Port Valley State the heart of any sin- Ola Mae Taylor. well-known beauticians

RITTER had two. cere Christian to go formerly located at Robinson's Beauty Shop NEW DEAL
Abraham Hardy of
through the epistles of 1 announce that they are now located atDOT'S
Southern broke the one-
Paul and see how much
V Rile run mark with a BEAUTY SHOP1016..Davis at COMPANY
good news Paul .
GROUP 3 pro-
CITY COMMISSIONER run of 4:24 3 The Louisiana -
sprint medley tea claims on the basis of. Street El 6-9408

HIGHWAYS SEWERS AIRPORTS '. : I set another mart of the death of Christ ;. Specializing In 1185 Kings toad

f 10:37.5. far more than any other .. Hair Styling Coloring Weaving> .Dial .El 41811.PAU .
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Lv Brad Tnflailck SM As Mil POLKE REPORTS Career Week Colts Undaunted By Defecft'

Fer FiMtct& Cmmton Past Observed AtVolasia t LI

Brad Tredinnick. currently serving out his ARMED BANDIT ROBS i College

term as City Council while seeking elec- SERVICE STATION .
( tion to the post of Finance Commissioner "CAREER WEEK" was

I is being hailed as the young man who is Miss Lela Culver of observed at Volnsia j

1 doing things for Jacksonville andis 1534 W. 12th St. states County Community College -

capable of meeting challenge. when it is she was Baking a phone during the week of j'

issued._ call Monday when a man April 1-5. Designed asa
Tredinnick; serving aa entered the Service Sta- means of helping stu-
'. .
president of the City s tion with a pistol in dents ,make wise plans I ,
Council introduced at founding the first his right hand and demanded for the future concerning 41.t1y. k-1. 4

the last council meetinga self-governing.self- money police re educational and
sastaining Youth Center ported.She vocational goals, the
bill which he said observance was based on
would earmark all surpluses in the United States, said she opened the
recognition of the responsibilities -
and savings on his' supporters declaredeaonatrates cash register and gave which x-- t
his him a handfull of bills. 4
utility tax revenue to
face the schools In
be used for streets and leadership ability as When he asked her if helping children and
sewers. well as his willingnessto that was all she had,
youth aake the varied
The energetic council- work in the interestof she said she answered and necessary adJust- Li

Ban said the recently the youth of the affirmatively.As ments to life.'

re-financed utility tax city. the bandit left the '
observance in Vo- ...
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bonds-at i store Miss Culver said ]riiHHiMlll*IBM Kiiri j
a saving of
lnsia County Schools ALTHOUGH any team strives to be on the winning
she told to Bussey of Jax Bears fame and "Shorty"
$4.3 Billion over a 30- was hang up Jones.
on Friday; side, the
Westside Colts shown
( above)
year period--would pro- the receiver. Miss Culver are undaunted The two teams will play again Sunday afternoonat
April 0 with 12th
by the whopping 18-3 lambasting administered -
vide approximately told police the grade students from 1:30 P.L on the diamond near Bethune School.
them during their season's
$70,000 annually for suspect had been in the area high schools participating opener last Other last Sunday scores: were: Sunbeam Braves,
street and sewer im- station before. in special Sunday with the Southside Hawks in the 1963 4; Drummer Boys, 1; Jax Bucks, 6; Itiddleberg

provements. Patrolmen W: Wigginsand Career Day; activitiesat Clarence L. Jackson: League opener. Twelve teamsof Twins, 4; The St. Nicholas All StarsCavaliersand
the league
Tredinnick who has been J. Jackson Investi- VCCC. Students were representing various metropolitanareas the K. E. Giants-Arlington Cubs games were

ii working diligently for gated. from: Campbell High played five contests, one being a double- rained out. The. OJl ts' manager,George & rrye is
header when Jacksonville Clippers ?-land
won a
improvements in all REPORTS SmAT1NU! SChool Dayton; Euclid shown in center without cap and club owner K. W.
pair from Jacksonville Kings.
I areas of the city said, BY FOUR MEN High Deland; Crooms Big Brookins is standing at extreme right. All teams
guns for the winners hurlers
were Rudolph Trot-
in Introducing the bill High Sanford; and will play doubleheaders beginning at 1:30 p.m.
ter and Willie Hershell and catchers
that such action should Robert Cook Francis Carver High Bunnell. Sunday.

have begun with Finance of 608 W. Beaver St. Arriving at 9 a.a. ,

Commissioner Dallas L. told police Monday that students remained at Job Opportunities Officials i I
His, endorsement and ._ Trial DsU Set
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Thomas when the proposed he was beaten by four VCCC throughout the Y
budget, was submitted to support of the proposed men while he was aboutto school day.

the council. new library and the enter his home. At an assembly at 11 Circuit Judge Edwin L.

Thomas, had challenged Southslde' Riverfront Francis said he had a.m. on Friday. N. S.Grissetti Jones has set May 30 at
Park has won him many t 9 a.m. for two leeal
Iredinnlck earlier to reached his porch when Manager -of men

Introduce such a bill to. followers throughoutthe he was attacked by ,the Reliability Assessment charged with the last
earmark the funds saying* city who feel that Quartet, one of whom he Section of Project 1 L Dec. 17 attempted

the council has budgetary a.: young Ban who has identified by the name Apollo of the General robbery-slaying of a

powers, not the com, worked so dilllgently of "Skeet." He said Electric Company, was L' local Jewelry store

mission. in behalf cf- all the the others were strang- featured in an address owner.

Growing numbers of citizens deserves to ers.. entitled "The Age of Charged with the first-

f Jaxons rallying to his be ,promoted to a sore: The victim was beaten Technology" General degree murder of John

support declare that important position in about the bead and body theme for the programwas David Tittle. 82. at his

Tredinnick has demonstrated the city governaent.GMs and received a lacera- "The Wonderful 528 W. Adams St

on more torn one tion on his forehead and World of Space." a jewelry store are Joseph

occasion his ability to suffered a badly sprained George L. Mims. dean Montgomery 3$. of 836W.

tackle problems confront left arm. He was of Students, served as 1.L' Adams St. and Roosevelt

the City of Jackson- 1CTcKhtr GriHale treated at -Duval Medical coordinator of the Hall. 38, of 1026W.

vide.. Center, reports con- week's activities. He Church Street.
work'l"jlC.JTredinnick's In .01( The Year cluded. was assisted by the Police said Tittle was

Patrolmen Marvin Young following committee fatally shoot in the

Metcaife ST. PETERSBURG The and S. Washington inves chairmen: Miss Erm ....;,, head when the accusedmen
''st. Petersburg Junior tigated. Rodriquez and Herber AT JOBS MEET---Principals participating in the second went to the store

Raker Bill Chamber of Commerce FUJI FLAMMER BILKS Harris Program;Bemar annual Professional Opportunities Conference held last week at ,A. for an attempted robbery

picked a Gibbs Junior ANOTHER VICTIM Smith Lunch: Olive and T. College included, from left to right: H. Z. McConnell Atlanta When the Duval County

Adopted College and Florida Perkins and Leroy Ga. recruiting officer for the Fifth U. S. Civil Service Grand Jury returned an
AIM University graduate David Daniels of 1997 Vereen Tours ands* Region; M. T. Puryear New York City, associate director National indictment against themn

NEW YORK -- Recognizing .for Its teacher ,of the Yulee St. learned that Guides; Mrs. Dorothy I Urban League, who delivered the keynote address, and W. I. Morris ? Feb. 8, both men

that many' of the pro- year honors. money doesn't come by Peck and Mrs. Joyce ( A. and T.:-!placement! director. pleaded not guilty.
easy, police reported.He Souvenirs S
In acknowledging the En cram ;
.blems from-segregated of w..race. I*bias* housing-** stem! { selction>.oZ.Jfiss.Ar>- became another vic- Robert Howell and Miss ,1 .. Jax ,Coed tiled. As. _Outstanding_ Senior At U., Oi H.C. .
chie Kirby uTe her tim of the Film Flan Bessie Murphy, Recreation ? CHAPEL HILL'- Elizabeth ; monies nere this week.
patterns New York major at the
of the Year" Miss racket ; E.P. Caruthers / Anne Walker, of -. Council secretary of
State Conference of Tobby Webber, secretary; Daniels said he had and Mrs. Marcia Watson! 'Jacksonville Fla., is the senior class and
NAACP Branches bas : lker has held a
said as far as she knew left the bank and was Registration; Arthur 1 the recipient of the secretary of the Model
been In the forefrontin this was the first timea about to get*into his Crowell and Miss Julia 3 Irene F. Lee Cup as the role of ser U.N. Assembly.As .

the fight for a Negro had won the car when a man approached Webb Displays. |f outstanding senior woman activities and a Junior she was
anti ,bias housing -' on the
strong honor. him and said he Students participating in the Universityof secretary of her class
bill for the past During the cur-
Hiss Kirby teaches at had just seen a woman on the steering commit- North Carolina. for politicalscience she has vice president and activities -
10 adoption
years. local Davis Elementary pick up a pocketbook. tee included: James :1963. chairman of
8 president
today by the State school. Her name was The victim got into his, Hayes, Fernita Marti Katherine Kennedy Carmichael vice the Chi Omega sororityand

senate of amendedVbill the Metcalfe- submitted by Principal car with the man and Eugene Shaw Rart,na Dean of Women of the Pan- secretary of the

Baker, already : Wllliaa G. Thompson'who they showed him' a Harris Josephine Crist i presented the cup to (Sorority) model U.N. Assembly.
which nas pass made' known the good pocketbook which Daniels Joyce Browning Jerome 1 Miss Walker at cere-

ed the Assembly will home-school rapport said contained $2100.00in Kelsey, Daniel Sanders rat 0 tRe 'oets'Q ," f YQ1 R'IIi:'t" Cl R\t1 Z "i0"
affect 95% of all private .- i
the Miss Kirby gained ,by $100 bills. Milton Ellerson, John Special Easter Offer At
housing in
Daniels told the pairhe Ella
visits to homes of all Ward, Leo Birch
state and have ,far .her,pupils. He said she had $250 in the bank Brown John Jenkins and

reaching affect in helped the school win a after they had promisedto Joyce Brown.Nuisance. *
other of concernto FREE 51 COLORED PICTURE
areas national honor from the split the money three 2
the NAACP. Freedom Foundation at ways. The woman then -

Dr. Eugene T. Reed Valley Forge for told Daniels to draw the 6I

New York State presi- citizenship out of the bank
"teaching money 25 TABLET
dent of the National and extension of the which he said he did. He Calls IREAKFAST SPECIAL EASTER

Association for the Advancement of life." also her $48.00 he
American way gave
of Colored, She is _also a member had in his pocket. Plague Navy Wife 2 EGGS Alka Seltzer

People, hailed today's of her school's hospitality The victim was then ,

action in the State public rela- told to go to Towers and lei. 59C BASKETS ]
Legislature as a milestone ''tions calendar beautification wait outside for her The young wife of a fGRITS I TOAST
in the fight for naval serviceman presently -
curriculum him ,
and boss to pick up.
human rights in the on sea duty, re-
committees, and Is Daniel waited 47c 5.69I
I state of New York. Be ported to the STAR 390 to
sponsor of the honor Strong Arm Robbery 190
called attention to ,the club. She has beenteaching Thwarted by Witness Wednesday that she has
bitter racial tension been the recipient of
since Septembar
now existing in the and is a June 1962 Arbie Royal, 40, of 135 numerous obscene phone BAYERS Be(. 7St KOTEX
City of Long Beach in calls despite having reported -
graduate of Florida ASM North st.. reportedthat
Long Island where recent 1 the Incident to MODESS
University. three youths armed
demonstrations -
sit-in naval security and local 33C
have taken place she received her first with axe handles attacked law agencies. ASPIRIN 100's, 61C TAMPAX l2's
two years of college and attempted to
due to the confinementof She said she notified
training from Gibbs rob him Tuesday, police
Negroes to sub- Naval Security and was
Junior College. stated. PAY YOUR BIG DIP Pint MONEY
standard housing told the unit did not

................................................I engage in "interracial'controversies.
She con- LIGHT, ,
i; = COMTIACT = tinned that the Shore ,i J

Patrol did go to her i i Gallo
house later. and she i

i To The Negro Citizens i iII then received call from : ICE 3geI HERE ?
the man threatening her 1 ea
1 fin m this ii wriiiif: : with bodily harm. TheI I ,_

.. woman believes the [DECORATIVE P .ILIY tie. 79t a

: As YNI Ciiicilsai ii tki Tfciri Ward caller is a white man.

F reported Wednesday that night receiving, she 84C Rapid Shave 71c 1

= I will ippnpriitt 111111.11 uei fat several calls and lateron. SOFA PILLOWS aa

s t some unidentified .
F i dr piiiif Till struts.YH person knocked on the PINT 6AILIM
window of her residenceand IRONING BOARD COYER

= CM IEPERI u BI ti ripfisut t |iiEIIALLY departed. PAINT$2.99j
Some members of the wd ALCOHOL 9c
0 STAR have the opinion .. PAD SET

Ml FAIILY that servicemen's de-
,: goo seins J.

!.. '..'..'- '. ,; ..ASIIII.- .' :fi 2iJ "cl- pendentsespeciallythose type were of serving subject protection overseas to some from Aspirin K 0 Z Y K 0 R N E R EmuHskm j j19C

Eeftitf Sit
.? > Lewis Security units but 34th STREET ft MONCRIEF lOAD !
ry} V :: :. Larry we're evidently in error

: 4 .- CM4 fr i since no effort has been 8JCsahlllY
i CmciiflMWtfi aade from those sourcesto PIOM PO 8-4511 e

'. tMr. aid the young woman's HitES GOOD THURSDAY, FRIDAY, SATURDAY AND SUNDAY APR L 111 12* 1 1311 ,1 2

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,WE1I : flBaIBA _STAR- -- sttURIAY AilL 13r .LhEt !

DtfMt - FJCAA Tournament ChampionsNATIONALLY -" J.II. --
: ; .
:::: :i ;, 4"
; lEA TIN' THE HHTBy : ": :: : .., ;;;\. .., .Jr-". )1)1S.ks
: : ,, '
Fart Pi :<< '
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arc# ,; : : ,:
:.'-:,. .. :..,.h"t! ," OutAifist
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BILL BROWER The Gibbs Cobras pounced 1. lufeg ,

CHICAGO (ANP) wilt ,gale, but over-matched
Chaaberla1n :
has J \
JUst finished his most.,:uaiiii ly '.,&e._ f.incdln of Fort Pierce VATICAN CITY Pope
the National ; : : <:94-43.: ;' id successfully John XXIII has spoken f
Basketball ,AssociatIon
But only unimpressive : defend their Florida out against boxing, and '
standards. Cha'mberl' in' 8 "Junior College Athletic Vatican Radio followedup

Association Tournament k 4 with an elaborationof
Wilt did this
season .to lead the league Crown
in scoring (3.586 points' for' ,8. 48.8' censure, after thedeath
; Gibbs battled into the
per game, average), in field goal. percent-" ; finals back March 26 of Davey
'by turning : tnr
age'(1,463! shots out. 2'770 attempts'for: up-set Bonded JohnsonJC \ M l Moore.
528), and in t .i.ii Moore's faral injurywas
rebounding (1.946. for 24. ,3 of Leesburg, 85-61. } 's
sustained in title
average). br a
and seeded Roosevelt
The San Francisco Warriors' i bout four days earlier ..
great pivot- of West PsftH
man also r in Los Angeles.The ,
played 3, 808. minutes. ,This was .Beach,. 8261.
more than .250 minutes than 'ike. e.rsn'ge .Lincoln JC gained a pope s indictmentof

up, b y, Bbbertson. of .thaT'Cincinnati':'. .chance! to meet Gibbs In w_ rw k kR "sports that go ; <{
Royals..,or counter to natural ,
the finals by dumping .
Chamberl'ain' s accomplishments r; a dIstant w principles'was given % .
second seeded Hampton
,sll( rt of wrecking the '
as were the day before Moore* i
some of the dire JC of Ocala, 79-47, and
predictions when he '
> died, in a speech at OUr' II
104-86. Volusla jo
into the'..NBA four seasons ago. -
Lady Queen of Peace'
A$ ,a::,.fitter pf fact Chamberlain's :de-.* toppedRoosevelt., 107-96 _,' .< G 18 church in suburban Ostia I

tractave. :'been having a field day this. for third'place. too : ; Lido. He also referred ,

the seasatrt"Warriors x hey now chirp with glee because .much The Oobrss.Drovided class for other JC RAh&+UU -- Gibbs Junior .College Cobras of St. Petersburg. Fla. added new to "barbarities inflicted ;
transplanted from Philadelphia '
teams. Winners of three laurels to their record by winning the FJCAA tournament championship for the second by brother upon ;
;tailed to make the western divisionplayoffs I
previous tournaments and consecutive year. Gibbs, ranked niitfh in team offense by the NJCAA, has now won six brother. ,
Playing their first in SanFranceses said the
year Vatican Radio
FJCAA conferences cpn- basketball titles in four years. The squad is composed of: Kneeling-Leon Guill of :
?,,' the: Warrior! ? 'ion .31 'gasesand. for two consecu- Pope's words "may: be -'
puerors Ben Smith mascot Andrew Johnson Orlando -
.Orlando, trainer Ray Adams, St. Petersburg; ;
lost 4&i'4Sper; cent clearly understood as : t
n : : pace t ire seasons, the
Coach Norman Jackson Levi McIntosh, Jack-
Bradenton. Standing ,
James Brown ,
M Naturally.; ,,' celebrated situations :like nationally ranked Cobras linked with the tragic ,
that .sotaebody f has to be the scapegoat. The used the talents of Ray sonville., Curtis Bankston. Bartow; Eddie Whitfi ld, Orlando John Mayes St.Petersburg fate of Davey Moore, who \'

1'' disposition. is to point. the. finger the 7-' Adams to get by Johnson ; Robert Williams Lakeland; Nat Styles, St. Petersburg; and Luther CUrry Tal- died this morning. It f

foot Chamberlain. called on. Lewis lahassee. Shown holding the trophy with Captain Williams is Clarence Morgan who donated added that the Pope's : s
He' s tfcrjbig: : guy .and.. a. vulnerable target. Steward to get by Roose- condemnation is all the '- 1
the championship trophy through Metal Arts Co. ..Inc. .j
The trig tJs, such .sniping i's;;no..thing new velt and then used the more serious "in view "'

for ChBd> rl in. He has, been' the. .object ,of uncanny shooting ability (GJC Photo By.Ballard) of his well-known opti-. .*, \

detractors since he joined the Warriors. of co-Captain Luther -- misrn.. .',

despite>'his herculean feats.' Curry to break Adams the lets Clowns Clash Bay lor Only I Unanimous i -.' .: Vatican Radio admitted J \
t-'j ". finals wide open. all sports Involve risk -i ,
y :, .'. bagged against Johnson ,: .
'e-Atv7 Choice For All Pro Team "ju lra and this is not a reason "
He 'has-been-; : criticized for .his foul Steward scored 22 for condemning them; the .
Ihootin.gjhJs'uppos'edlY"ln'; pt., defense .points against Rooseveltand Here Monday Night NF\t YOPK CITY (ANP) Elgin Baylo, who hac a physical and moral .
number of supporters as the finest
tossed In 29 all-around bas-
Curry .
standards promoted by
his fatijitg- fake the- mostf: his truly
;t ; Lincoln JC. ketball player in the game, was the only unanimous .
enormoiJsh}/ b lity. ,' against "Big Red" will be most of your waking selection on the National Basketball Association sports reward and justify ,

Furthermore'; Wilt has been accused of SipH By SkinsJOHNNY along when the Indiana- hours 'jumping from cityto all-star squad named by sportswriters and sports the inevitable risks. .

being a' temper-mental player who., lapses into polis Clowns baseball city in the bus. Big' casters in the nine league cities Including those 0 f'

moo ........ I
a recent ;issue of: a national magazine, / >;!; ,t, meet the classy Jack- chauffeur explained. Oscar Robertson versa- Chamberlain in field 'As regards the
Wilt a'nsweted,, that..' QUestibn1and many { sonville 600 Jets at "Just think about tile backcourt star of goal percentages, the pitiless demands of* the

others that' tended to downgrade. him. ,. mss; Myrtle AVe. Ball Park, who's called that bus' the Cincinnati Royals, Chicago standout, tops people who regulate the "

T'd say' that temper-mental ballplayerno at 8 p.m. Monday night home--Choo Choo Cole- and Bill Russell, incomparable in the department ,last contracts of fighters/.'. .

!" Chamberlain said. moods, definitely April 15th. man now with the N.Y.the, defensive season registering a it continued "and also "M' ,i

yes. I 'don t go out ,on..: the. floor 'every i "Big Red" is the M ets; King ,Tut._ ,,,':, ace:gf the Boston Cel- mark of .527. The'vers'a-' "t'1 'as -regards the pas&ienjrin
night ready to play basketball. Some name Clown players af- gra ddaddy of all' tics, 'as tan representatives tile P-obertson1 wat\'third '" aroused by professional' .

nights Idoht; want tp pl'ay':' "x: ):don't think fectionately use. when .bas ball clowns; Hank on the first team. with 518. fights and public fa- .-
Named to the second Russell was less than a naticism
any ballplayer goes, out there and'wants refering to their bus, Aaron, who played short unit were Wilt Chamberlain behind the judgements -.
td play every night. according to M.H. Winston forthe/. Clowns: Johnny ,' most prolific rebound game or moralists are severe. '
But WilJ' 'pointed out that this doesn't team chauffeur. Wyatt who now pitches point producer in the Chamberlain, with 1.843 Yet there is no real and ,

happen too; often in his case. Funmaker teams have fori the Kansas City A's NBA's annuals, .and Hal for followed a 23.6 Bellamy He the proper church.condemnation from ..

"If I amtempermental and still averaging toured in the bus for Goqse Tatum, who used Greer, an underrated d. but with was 1,310 for 16.4 and ;

50 .points,:,.this should, make' me a greater: the past twelve seasons to /play with the Clowns scintillating backliner
Baylor was fifth--1.146 * ;
player,." he' said. "But they don't say Winston said. in/the summer and theHarlem of the Syracuse Nats. for 14.3.
that SAMPLE The chauffeur, who Globetrotters in Robertson missed achieving 1

One of the raging controversies of this HALFBACK Johnny Samplewas doubles as team mechanic t'he winter; and Jackie unanimous dis- <: :
valuef .said:over 40 T That's 8 Negro"1Represen 1 Fighters I ..
basketball era is the comparative acquired by the --- o ni son. just tinction by three votes
Chamberlain and the Celtics Bill Rus Washington Redskins from Clowns' players have naming a few," Winston out of the dozens cast. )

' sell. vjh'is is an argument that probably the Pittsburg Steel$rs traveled a total of said The only keen competition -

will always ',:come to no.; decision. But the last week. Sample rated 400.000 miles or so, in The chauffeer explained as might be expected ting U.S.

Nig 'Dipp6r has own version of. this classic a possessor of all around the bus. he keeps a display was between Rus- : ,

argument;'- *' football skill, is "In traveling base- .of clippings taped sell and Chamberlain for TOLEDO.. OHIO (ANP) The colors of the Unitedan i
"I do as much for my team as he does for described by 'Skins ball, you call the bus to khe wall of the bus the center berth. States in the Pan Amerl: Boxing matches next Izil

his team, ", Chamberlain says.. .Maybe there Coach Bill McPeak as your home Winston. near the driver's seat, Each man named to the month in Sao Paulo Bra: will be carried byes :
is mora'1 can, dd. If I made. two: more foul being at his peak Mc- added. and\when new players .first team received eight tan representatiFive and two whites. 1

shots, a:'game ''instead of missing two this Peak adding" that Sample "Sure, you stay in a see(it and hear the $200 and nominations to will represent the armed services and five

would'help myteam: more. 'I can't. think of should be around for different hotel every history of Big Red, the second brought each are National AAU champs ns.: They were determintialS .1

anything .else. several more years. night but you hardly 1 ','they know they>.are--..":'.player- $100.Chamberlain. ed here. last week, ,4n. tr;[ ..jJj j it lot u WMl !
Wilt points out that Russell has far more know it 'cause yon' re part of a touring cluV was leaderin Representing the U.S. 'Hi eigh.L of the 10 division* !

help with the Boston, Celtics than he has Slated For .Sprgery. asleep then. You spend offensive de- will be: .. I
.. three
Sam Jones Arthur Jones August (Ga.! (air force), who de- .
with the Warrior--players like partments. The San fran- feated George Lott New Oi leans, in the, 119 pounds
tpmmie'Heinshobn and Bob Cou y. Title Bouts cisco Warrior pivotmanwas class. :
"$t5reat store has been put in Russell's Triple Champs tops in individual Charles Brown Cincinnati i l (marines), who defeated
defensive superiority over 'Chamberlain. Victor Baerga, New York City, in the 125 poundsLe
,4 Rex scoring with 3, 586 .
concede that he is a poor class.
Wilt does not cT Se *W 4w points (44.8 average); Quincey Daniels e.att1: (air force), who de-

defensive player, but giving Russell the' .fTONY field goal percentage ,feated Jodie Harris Port]l and Ore. 139 pounds.
edge in'that department, he thinks he has .(.528), and rebounding Fred Burris Washington, D. C. defeated Martinrce

I other things going for him. He consistently (1.946 for 24.3 average). Berzewski, Seattle (air f<) ), 156 pounds.
outscores Russell, of course, and has a Guy Rodgers capturedthe Robert Williams, St. Louis. defeated Carltonn
better rebounding record. title as the league Brooks Coffeyville Ke (army), 165 pounds.
Chamberlain had a word for Cousy. who is f s best playmaker. Fred Lewis, Phoenix. Arl e. by default over wil- -

1 i retiring this year.I He' s a great player being credited with 825 lisa Park. Cincinnati, (aCU:lay), 178 pounds. .
but sometimes he says things he shouldn'tbe Lee Carr. New York ;:, (army), defeated Wyceavyweight.
assists for 10.6 average. .
Westbroo, Cincinnati :
saying. ,
Other individual achievements .
t > ya Wk included: !

a Chamberlain, most 1 1 1

points (73) scored in

I one game.Baylor. : '
GONZALEZ most free

TONY GONZALEZ of the throws (20) tallied in GO +

Philadelphia Phillies one game.Russell j jTEEMS
say undergo surgery for most rebounds -
d soreness of his back and (43) in one game.

legs according to Rodgers, most assists
-. Manager Gene Manch. The fflE WINNAHS! Three new world champions (28) in one game. '
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outfielder had an opera- (Btroinr above) were crowned during the recent Baylor: was second in

x r tion performed on his triple-title fight program held in scoring (2.719 for 34

'ATZf back last sueaer. the Dodgers' Chavez Ravine stadium in Los per game). Others among
Angeles. The three upsetters shown from the leaders:
LEI'S SHE REPAIR left are: Sugar Ramos who won by a tenth- i' Robertson, third -- -- -- -

route fatal kayo over former featherweightchamp 2.264 for 28.3 average; ,t6l j; J.tjf IUJC( iUU"1'(41' :; w";
She ,
lipairiif ,
Davey Moore; Roberto Cruz,who gained Walt Bellamy. Chicago '- -- -' ':

b If" An Kilt a first-round KO over Raymundo Battling Zephyrs, fifth 2.233
Torres for the junior welterweight crown; for 27.9; Greer. 1,559 You Don t Have to Go tn ' Get

Is Sir III! Basiies!S; and Luis Redrlguez who won the .wQT 14's for 19. S; San Jones, :.. iOn > H

welterweight championship on a disputed Boston I,(99 for 19.7; LOW PRICES

145 FlirUi Areaaer.1e decision. from Bnile Griffith. Johnny Green, New York

Va. Sfsle Huts Knlcks. 1.444 for 18.1;

lit Else! Ex Grwjblisg C&pr Dick Barnett Los Your
NCAA Track MM!
LEARN; A TRADE, Angeles 1.437 for 13;
--V-: ;' i Cue of several track Wayne Emory. Cincinnati DRUG STORE NEEDSTrade
T. W. (!.. ) Paces Friars To Title
n5ix.short:; Months That meets scheduled to be captain, 1.411 for 18.6.
held at VEC this spring With Your Neighborhood Drug Store .
and Russell 1.309tor
then Providence capturedthe 16 8.Bellamy
> Will B
BENEFICIALa HAGAN will bA held in Rogers second to We Deliver-We Also Pill All Doctors'TeroearlOqsaaDixie
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in New York Saturday INDEPENDENT 0 I LeO. Pharmacy
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City Council night the Frame were KHUEEK5 amp DELIVStXM.BCBA&XC

'11' Ward paced by Jim stone OM DUTY .
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: -. OOODSON CLEANERS' Announces the Opening of a New Y8ii : *Kt TEt.EPIIIt'
630 DAVIS' $T. a t BHv.-. for the Tigers before
S. Ccae Where You
.j Expansion Branch Office at 5504 Avenue
f"' t'f; t during his sophomore Caa Get Quality Cleaning at Budget .' -. ..- ;

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Champion Suns Host Toronto In Baseball-Season's Opener. Here Tuesday Night I

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Ricitd lr Iridfts Rejoins Added Insurance For IL Champs

T, Swirl Clib Rated Over 62 Team ,. t '.''-'.a ., ,-. _
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Just three days more and baseball Sf /IT

returns to Jacksonville. Just three days PORT LAUDERDALE Recuperated .l i"., I
sore and the t>3 version of the pennant- from a revolver ,(.":,' .- ',f',.': I

winning Suns of last year. Champions o f shot in the -leg :, 1

the International League in their first which took place during- ::3':> I

season in town, will take the field a- r.aW a barrpom altercationhere gi
gainst Toronto in search of another title. W la 't*month- Marshall ij ; '.

Just three days more both promising youngsterwho Bridges, ace relief .I' liIt7''..jP

and two of the classiest need more seasoning. ,jp pitcher ?for the : .
New York Yankees, has
Negro-ball players In and Celestino Cepeda : r \ ,,..
the Minors, Bill Willis who made a real try for rejoined the club after. >-, '1'" .

and Tony Washington a month at home ,.
the third base position.All ___ s-
will show their went to Charleston : Bridges, who reportedlylost P /rj/ :

1 wares and the talent of the Eastern League, eight pounds worrying ':: i : ,r; i: j :

which has brought a contented 'b about his condition :: \ > .. .
Cleveland's AA farm >
look to Manager cl if b. appeared to be in good ., Q \ \) ''. \\", ,
Ben Geraghty's face anda Pitching is the strong condition. He isn't > Y
smile of satisfactionto point of the Suns' attack i; running however, and it '"

normally unsmiling as it should be. p is feared if he starts 44A' I
Owner-General Manager The addition of Joe eating too much he
Bobby; Maduro's face Schaffernoth, Floyd Wea- might be in trouble.
er and Sonny Siebert ,
These two heavyhittinglads adds real muscle to the .1 : The Yankees expect him : :M

fit nicely into Maduro's pitching staff which now to be in tip-top shape VIII ,,, \ ",', .. .,... .bA. !>
and Geraghty's stands at 13, which bjr the time the regular tJII
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plans since Bill'Williaa means that at least seasons rolls along. _ps. ,
Is fleet .
a centerfielder three must go in the '
with plenty of experience Y A6 .. .M.3' P01SER HITTERS Tony Washington (left), and Bill rill isms. are expected -
against minor- Geraghty cut has soon the to come. Yep! 13 Was lucky! to add the longball punch to the Jax Funs Club which Made
unenviable .
league ,opposition, knows task of deciding history last year by being the first club in IL history to co p

the rest of the league who must go and- c IP; s9 t LOS ANGELES Famed the bunting in its first year of league play The Suns will play

and can play every day that's a tough decision comedian Scat-Man Croth- their 1963 league opener Tuesday night April 16 at Suns Stadiu

since he hits left- with so much talent at ers makes with a big against Toronto. r ..
handers and righties hand. r' 5 r heart _laugh whenever
equally well, Washington; Ruben Gomez, veteran he'stldthat 13isan Major-Leaguers Check New Product
is ,a valuable man on major league hurler who unlucky number ."" .. 't" >

anyone' s team since he ",piled up the beautiful. Crothers was playing* :_ ,,r EI t. :f1
also is a good hand at mark of 8 wins and 0 golf on a Western Ave, '! y _<7i". ;. ::1.:1.l,
first base, plays rightor losses last season for course his drive fromthe'i2th :r f t
NEW YORK---Yale University crack mid- hole : I !
left field, is a the Suns is in good form plunked ;
tough man to get out no and should prove as effective dle distance runner Wendell Mottley apparently into the 13th for a I > .

matter the pitcher, and bellwether for has the track all to himselfas hole-in-one..
adds that valuable punch the staff. Georges Ma- he sets a. new meet mark of 1:01.9 Th e feat cost the

every manager likes to randa, Canadian ace also during the 600-yard run in the March comedian about $20 in a, at

see in his lineup.At has rounded into fine 9th IC4A indoor track championships. at local bar but ,the Scat-

the moment Tony ,has shape and looks like a Madison Square Garden. Man didn't mind.

hurt his knee and Trainer shoo-in for a starting (

Bill Cooper has recommended position. And :
Winner Runnerup (-
he take a few Miguel Cuellar, south-

dayscff-. < ,wfaile he>ministers paw thrower is delighting \

to the hurt with all in. the front

whirlpool treatmentsand office, since he is a

just plain rest. discovery of Bobby Ma !
duro's far-flung Latin-
There is no doubt that,
American scouting system
the Suns will be the ,
and might surprise all
team to beat for the '63
concerned by making the
I.L. pennant and thereIs
squad in his rookie
also no doubt that
year. _
the Suns are going to
But, best of all we
try their best not to be
must report that burlyJlarr7
beaten L 'to* that end a ChiZLiBpt33.; : } INTRODUCTION Harold Jackson (extreme: right) of Jacksonville
Gerachtr.1 i. faklw&;s thumpfng The ball 'In his sales representative for the American Tobacco Company Florida

tine before making any authotitative style and area--visited the Minnesota Twins' baseball camp et Orlando

advance lineups for that's welcome news. lest week to introduce the company's new Montclair menthol

opening day or any other With the big bats of filter cigarettes now on sale in local, national and inter

time. Every player in Chiti, Williams Washington a national markets. Twins first stringers of the tee which

tamp, veteran or rookieis Barker and the finished runnerup to the New York Yankees in the 1962 pennantrace

getting every opportunity others on the Championship are from left: Catcher Earl Batty; Centerfielder Lenny

to demonstratehis Suns' squad sounding Green; and Shortstop Zollin Verealler. Battey caught the ball

ability and Big Ben off in good style thrown durinr the season's opener last year in Washington

is making sure ,he looks the fans at the park President Kennedy and presented it to JFK.Mit.chell.
good at each one.
The most recent cut .mad be_ assured all the ( Studio Photo)
of good -
ingredients --
left' the Suns with"24 ::
players on the roster baseball sent. will be, pre- IL Wins ''650PLAYING Champion Cobras Select New LeadersST. I

and that is just one too There is no doubt now in the recent
PETERSBURG The picked their leaders for
many since the I. L. that Gordon Lund Larry YrL $22,500 Azelea Open inWllmlngham Gibbs Junior College next
rules hold that only 23 Ken Kuhn and ,N.C. Charles
Brown Cobras, one of two teamsto The Cagers selected
men may be carried for Buddy Barker ban turn .- Si f ford, the nation'stop gain ranking from the BartoV Curtis Baakatea

the first aonth of the in those sparkling plays : Negro golfer gaineda NJCAA for three consecu- as captain and St.

season and then the that delight the crowds. tie for 12th place and tive years, winners of Petersburg's Ray Adams
squad must be reducedto as co-captain.
And with a pitching won $650. Sifford was six. basketball titles.
the final figure of staff the Suns can assemble eight strokes behind .
20. Then a month before and with the winner Jerry Barber who

the season ends the aforementioned hitting 'post a 274 four-round
roster; may be enlarged. hoped for. well .Jacksonville total. v
to 23 players, once more. Suns' fans arc r
The fifth edition of'the annual Negro Bowling Association classic a
You Seek The Best Doctor
Caught in the last cutwas Help Elect.
in for a good season oi ..
outfielder Ultus baseball during 1963. in ClevelandOhio saw two new faces step into the winner's. circle % When Your Doctor Prescribes

to claim their crowns .
Get Experienced PMrm.eiee.
Alvarez who
some fine plays provided and SI1NI SERVICESSound Bob Williams of Berkley, Calif. halted the four year reign of RAY WELLS : '. ..According to Yotur Dents' s
Brunswick staff member J. Wilbert Sims when he out-paced the ciif.' : .
moments of excitement Service for ;Advertising DEMOCRAT )r de r s We Use Only
with timely hitting last -Dances, Ball Chicagoan 282.30 Petersen points to 278.03. His efforts netted Dr.. C. E. Black Best Quality DryProprietor
: him and the champions trophy while Sims settled for second '
season. Along with him Games, etc. Also LoudSpeaker COUNCIL -

wen t pitchers Don Service for Ban- second place and 1000. 3 REGISTERED PHARMACISTS TO SERVE YOti -

Schaeffer and Pete Olsen quets, Concerts, Record In the women's division Cleveland Kegler Gloria Kurd toppledthe Regardless of where A COMPLETE LINE OP
to the tune of 156.15 Petersen points for first place
Hops etc.Phone El 3-5902 tenpins live in the
.. you ,
Cosmetics Rubber Goods Candies Sv 4riee
of Philadelphia captured second place
and $600. Sadie Dixon City
Fix Up R. F. Williams Brunswick Cleveland Branch manager, congratulatesthe

Paint Up new king and queen of the NBA on their bowling performance.The YOU- CAN VOTE- for Store

victory march of the two began with a starting field of 128 Lilly's Drug

a real bargain buy men and 64 women, at United Recreation in Cleveland.For RAY WELLS
Williams it was a grueling test as he bowled 24 games to

In horn protection qualify and-a round robin finals of 64 games. Mrs. Hurd rolled 16 Adv paid for by Son- 1901 SBIG. ROAD EL 3-8278

games of qualifying and 36 games in the women's round-robin finals. DON WELLS

) CRAFTSMANHOUSE now The underway.NBA announced plans for the sixth annual NBA Tournament are i .

''r PAINT Elect. .. . 1 .,w Clinic Dates Set SAVINGS ON TIRES
r. 1 ni Q. i TALLAHASSEE -- The
Chas. G. "Tank"TANKERSLEY Florida A&M university
at 8 .6luateei Recaps
A rare buy en gushy house paint .
o a apedallow price long Usting.drfc* CANDIDATE FOR CITY COUNCIL Annual Coaching Clinic Compare These Prices
with.Nfh-f4o flnUh that combat Wardt At Large will be held here June
Wttthtr. Resists Industrial fumes 17-21. 1963. sIZFS OUR PRICE SIZES OUR PRICE
and mM w. Buy *B you MM now -
p and savel Watch This Clown .75 -14 $7.95 800-15 $9.95
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OL.OSS WHIT 'PlEDGED TO: ,3Tr24 :" 16 800-14 9.95 850-14 9.95

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Of City 110-15-699 purchase.Morclaid.
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Everyone"Past ..&. It .. ....... Mil El 4.9151The 1
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Keep..... Female HELP Beauticians-Good WANTED Chips Off The BlocksBY lest Call His "lone sT" ;r IMPERIAL SUNDRIES i

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JAMES Y. 'Jill.,' MAil ply El 6-9544 956 Florida or El 3-7601 Are. "!JAY JAY"HATS All Leadiaf Hair -Preparatifis

CHKitaM Ward 6ExperiencedOualifiedSincere HELP WANTEDMale OFF to the PI a-J ax.They have done It again. Car. BROAD & ASHLEY EL 4-2159
Barber-Large Shop- Regardless of how jou think or what you may
Good Location-Apply think, the Fla-Jax Club continues to set the pace

{. 956 F1a.Aver.-E.Williams among local social organizations of color. Not
t. El 6-9544 or El 3-7601 only does the group,engage in social activities
40 Yrs Business but they also take a positive stand in regard tc ewood
Experience YOUR EASTER SPECIAL community projects and civic action.

"* 40 Yrs Civic Service. HAIR STYLE Thursday night, the group planned a theatre 2973 EDGEWOOD
Over 4 Yrs on Call Mr. Samuel Banks party and attended lly Fair Lady" emmasse.
City Council ; El 4-9730 1049 Davis Afterwards, the group entertained at the El
i.. Reasonable Prices Dorado. More than'a small number of tan Jaxons Open 1 daysa spa
DID NOT vote to SELL GOLF COURSES took in the famous Broadway stage show duringits "SWEETSIXTEEN"

*, NEVER a member of a SECRET ORGANIZATION ROOM FOR RENT local run. M. week
1 Christian Home,Board&t a CHOOSE YOUR WEAPONS is the battle cry around

VOTED for Myrtle Ave. FIRE STATION Resbl Rates For Aged town. Frank Hampton and Porches.Taylor..._ *met-\i apolitical
VOTED for EVERY APPROPRIATION for People Call 355-7039 rally the other nigh"? If itrhad not PHONE i-::. : k.

improvements in COLORED AREAS been for their seconds, the two boys might have
Easiness Opportunity tangled. Hampton is supposed to file a libel Solomon L. Jones has PO ,5.9494Easter
Past Commander, Post 9, CONFECTIONERY GRILL suit against Taylor and Taylor threatens to been driving a ,New Deal
American Legion 1682 Kings Road really "spill the beans." Before Tuesday, nab for 17 years, so

Key Next Door 1684 blood could spill.Nip Sams, Otis Speights, Elcee you've probably ridden
SUN WED Lucas, Frank Hampton Porcher Taylor and all of with him lots of times. Special
the boys are getting short patienced. .Josh Hill- Many of you Jackson
Upper 2Borm,Kit?n, .lvg- man remains cool and carries out his program of yule citizens are per-
FIRST RUN Program RITZ| April 14-17 Rm, Bath, Ironing Bd., '"peaceful coexistence." When it's all over some sonal friends of his, FRESH WHITE YARD

H&C Water-1549 W. 26th more of the boys will stop speaking and all of : so you know that he
RAY CHARLES STARS! St.Call before 8 59C
a.m. the white folk will join hands Wednesday morning lives at 1725 Calhoun EGGS dozen
roMMv after 4 p.m.$9 Wkly.Askfor
I and strengthen their "Keep Sam Down Program." Street with his wife
WOMANMARSHALL' Peek ,El 6-1079 I GENE WUTE wowing them at the Edgewood Lounge. Frances, and their ten-

Pm Gene is one of the most versatile entertainers year old son in the ARMOUR STAR TENDERIZED '

RAY ROGER f BOBBY around. In addition to the organ, he plays the home he bought while

L 'CHARLES I WILLIAMS VEE Royal Crown. accordian and is somewhat of a vocalist. While working for New Deal. HAM S whole half 'Ib. 59CARMOUR

EDfH ____OM.KAAS<=0>E COCO*by DC LUxe_by Cola in Holley's Bar-B-Q, we heard a young lady "JONESY" has quite a or
also William Holdcn In "THE LION" speaking of 'her 'mother's only child." Mother's safety record with New
only child turned out to be Nan Israel. I f Deal. He has an 11-year
mama doesn't watch out, the boys will steal her; safety button, which
EASTER GREETINGS child. Nan and friend"had been to hear GeneWhite. "means that he has driven 39CGRADE
that long without an HAMS Ib.:

:V*.*. ''Tht ROOSEVELT and Tfct STRAND Hattie Johnson of Bubba s was called out dt'town accident.Mr., .w.
to Atlanta. Her mother is ill in the "Peach Jones is very activein
State" capital city.'' Wilbur Wiggins and the civic and social affairs -

STARTING EASTER SUNDAY ELVIS .; boys are looking dull-eyed- while waiting for in Jacksonville.He 39C
PRESLEY her return. is president of the HENS .lb.
WAWS'"amcny ISADORE SINGLETON is proving that the Kennedys James Weldon Johnson
A...x WALT DISNEY "' --- have nothing on the Singletons. His little Parent-Teachers Associa-
.LAUGH ; : r -xTiCNN.COIPR' brother and twin, Theodore is serving as his assistant tion and is Vice Chair- GRADE 'A'FRYERS
"" MU ;", .....w U UIIIIA \.5 e. manager at the Edgewood Avenue Branch. man of the Tuberculosis 29C
When you look at Ted, you can see which twin Association. He is an lb.
I' .
G'R1S'" grabbed the meat. Another brother, Ernest came active member of the

.--rr TECHlCrcOL, R' -;, in from Detroit last week. He is aidedecampeat Mt. Zion AME Church and
-AND 'I' the "Singleton for Councilman" headquarterson is an officer of the
t'n ':: Myrtle Avenue. Theodore is ,also Is ado re's' top Brewster Men's Club. '
ATRAIiyOF VIOLENCE O!:,' aide in the campaign. Like waf say, Izzie, Teddy When you want to get : 39C'
.?BEHIND I "p1. and Ernest like Jack Bobby and Teddy. someplace on time and BACON lb
: THEM! jugs HCiUmiICHMll RODELL ROBERTS had a nice; assembly at New get there safely, remember -
-AND- Stanton the other day. Special guest at the as- Mr. Solomon L.
sembly was Evelyn Wiggins Miss Wiggins Is employed Jones and New Deal Cab WHITEPotatoes
SHRLEYJMESmenu' urRE t11ARYEY s w at May-Cohen in a/clerical position. 136 Day.Be 39c

j uR ,, Several stores have hire !girls in non-J ani- 10 Ibs.
Gtwluut a
htt'UuYxEu.1N.1Nw AIuiT
I' I p torial positions. The big problem at the present sure to watch
time is to get persons /ho can do the work. our half hour CENTER CUTPORK

In teUg ftttmtn COLOR Shirley, ,Johnson, Just C eback. fJ'OD-A.I! s a. show Sunday mornings -
where she took in the happenings around the at 9:30 on Chi S 59C
famous "(asters Golf Tau ament." Even though CHANNEL 4. ,it.

there ,are no tan golfeYs in the meet, the featuring Ken
Keep colored citizens of August_* look forward to the Knight. PRICES GOOD AT
event because of the loot it brings. 1
Moncrief Drive-in Frill Mtrktt
It was happy birthday for Sam Golden last week. NEW DEAL
TREDINNI I Barbara Reed invited a few friends over and sur-
Brad I 5444 MONCRIEF P8 5-9287
prised the Golden Boy when he walked in the CAB COMPANY
door. Other Birthdays..Catherine Richardson of I
WORKING FOR YOU AS the Tropicanna; Hattye Stew&rt of the NAS,... 1185 Kings Road
all claim sixteen. \> Dial El 4-1611 r
Carolyn Charles had some friends around, last :-
week and they helped her to observe her birthday. 'A
f t'
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Carolyn and Claretha Grant were among the participants IJIII A A ,
,- :{: '.' -- in a fashion tea sponsored at Walker e !

The Job of Finance College last week. PRESENTS_: unJe
y HEELER AND DEALER-Alfred Harrell 'is on wheels

again. The former STAR ad man is manipulating'and Gene WhIt.matth organ _
CommissionerRequires : wheeling and dealing. In fact he is pulling
cards from under the deck and everywhere else.

Ye Olde Editor promises to put grease under the
: wheels and make Mr. Harrell start skidding unless -
he deals from the* top of the deck.

A ,Man of ActionA iIIL
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Elect theo (T.E.) 4 1
A Young, Vigo.Progressive. Man t U :_ _


A Man t t R

First Ward Vote at Law

9nd TredinllicWIll.: t
THEO CARTER will work for better
Place the $4.3 million savings in utility tax money Streets Drainage,. Sewage, Sidewalks. H
from the bond refunding in an account for sewerageand THEO CARTER will work with our youth, ,
street replacement rather than let it be lost in civic clubs and other organizations.THEO :

SLUSH funds. J CARTER will ,
work to have pro- and TV Artist
See that our city parks are properly landscaped- and gress without new x I Talented Stage, Nite Club

maintained. f taxation and elimi-: ', :,- h playing new soonds..soulful and stirring
Hate unfair taxes.
*, Reduce substantially the exorbitant 25-cent charge THEO CARTER will b ENTERTAINING NITELY
for children's rides at the Zoo. work with safety x

Establish close cooperation with other city depart- the groups rising to reduce death EXTRA ADDED ATTRACTION

ments to insure smooth work flow. I rate and increasing Friday & Saturday FeiUrin

property damage.
Actively supervise personnel and hold regular staff THEO CARTER will tie Ediewotd Cuba
meetings to establish the kind of morale that will work for the city j with
insure proper use of the taxpayer's dollar. t employees and 1 p
JieksefZT -
protect their penTHEO CARTER Reid =
Establish a rehabilitation center at our city prison 1 sion retirement I 01 drins

farm to reduce the tremendous 'permanent" popula- V THEO CARTER will work to improve work- Edward Bass OB trupet
tion of alcoholics (95 per cent of the inmates. )
ing conditions of the city employeein
) medical and financial a '
'Follow through with an expansion of our program for benefits. Bar opens 5 p...
properly supervised Youth Centers in all sectionsof be
THEO CARTER will for new industry
MOB. tin Sat.
our city. p and be a leader in attracting new ce gdi

,. industry to Jacksonville.
1 THEO CARTER will serve all the people

Let's Continue Progress Together of Jacksonville. ooo..13
1 THEO CARTER will be the best city tOS woo,

councilman that has ever served the
Yiti Citywide For citizens of Jacksonville by giving f i 4 t A s + .
you four years of dedicated service.
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