The Florida star

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The Florida star
Uniform Title:
Florida star (Titusville, Fla.)
Alternate Title:
Place of Publication:
Titusville Fla
S.W. Harmon
Creation Date:
April 20, 1963


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


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

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Source Institution:
University of Florida
Holding Location:
University of Florida
Rights Management:
Copyright Florida star. Permission granted to University of Florida to digitize and display this item for non-profit research and educational purposes. Any reuse of this item in excess of fair use or other copyright exemptions requires permission of the copyright holder.​
Resource Identifier:
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34175599 ( OCLC )
AKR0018 ( NOTIS )
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Indian River star (Titusville, Fla.)
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Indian River star (Cocoa, Fla.)


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story ended last Tuesday night with the '! 11' ,+'"
chalking whopping votes
mayor up a 25,543
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over his opponent John Lanahan's 14,495 .v : * *
votes in one of the bitterest electionsthis ; .'. I' ; Plaintiffs Claim Church Property LfIII"J\
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city has seen in many years. l...\ ;!:

I Also retaining their commission posts v' W' For Stablings Illegally Placed In Tax RecordsThree Caused ByCouple's

were Finance Commissioner Dallas Thomas, ; \
: Jax Baptist trustees hose churchis
Highways Commissioner Louis H. Ritter and :' .1't During Riots
presently involved in litigation over SpatRichard
Utilities Commissioner J. Dillon Kennedy.The !
unpaid taxes filed suit in circuit court
: MACON Ga. Sixty day
Burns-Lanahan race which became a : Perkins, 50, of
this week seeking to have the legal order
jail sentences each were
fierce battle with charges of corruption 1883 Junior Lane is
meted three invalidated. *
leading into a possible lawsuit also developed white men being held in city jail
found guilty of stabbinga Plaintiff in the suit being recorded has been
into a struggle between Negro under assault to murder
Negro leader during are: J.n. Bass R. Mc- shown, it continued.
supporters of both candidates. charges in the April
racial violence here. Fadden and Julius Collier Further disclosures
Burns received about 40 percent of the 14th shotgun wounding of
Recorder David Mincey all of whom are claim that in Sept. .
Negro vote but his victory made it clear James Willie White of
handed out sentences to trustees of Chase Avenue 1945, a deed bearing the
that no one Negro politican can deliver 1879 Junior Lane.
James Busbee his
son Missionary Baptist Church names of Stanford D.
the Negro vote. It also dispelled any Lamar, 18, and his which was served with an King and wife, Emma S. White who was treatedat
hopes had of declaring themselves Duval Medical Center
anyone brother mom on chargesof eviction notice last King granting the pro-
the kiifg-maker.' and later released, told
attacking Macon inte- week. perty to Sadie E. Walker

Isadore Singleton, a Negro businessmanwho gration leader Lewis Named defendants to the appeared on record. Mrs. investigating officers

sought election to City Council, Wynne. charges are: Tax Assessor Walker has never according -

Ward 1, polled a healthy 15,169 which was DR. MAKFL Wynne was hospitalized R.N. Walter; Tax to the plaintiffs -

not quite enough for the white incum- during rioting in the Collector Clyde H. Simp- laid claim to the

bent's 19,681. Singleton won .by huge AMONG the six United States Governmentcareer desegregated city park. son; Duval County Com- property and the suers

margins in all of the Negro precinctsand woman to receive the third annual The Busbee's denied the missioners Lem Merritt f point out that deedingof

received from ten to twenty percentof Federal Worran's Award is Dr. Eleanor L. attack. Bob Harris. T.K. Stokes the property to Mrs.

the whits votes in most of the pre- Make! I supervisory Medical Officer 'Internal Fbllowing Isom Busbee' Julian Warren and also Walker was placed fraud-

dominantly white precincts.A Medicine, St. Elizabeth Hospital arrest Mayor Ed. Wilson Arthur I. Goldstein and ulently on the Duval

study of the results shows that about Department of Health, Education and \V/el-/ ordered him fired from his wife Mary Goldstein.The County records.The .

13,500 Negroes turned out at the polls, fare. The honorees were selected for outstanding the city street and church trustees allege church officials a

which indicates that had the Negro.turnout contributions to quality i and efficiency sanitation department. _. aWJ1. March.1940. .; further charge that_; the

to the polls been ,larger:' Singleton: of career service of the-Federal William Owens recordedas propertyfrunder litigation <

could have won. There are 21,698 reg- Government based upon personal Qualiti 3 Negroes sole trustee of Chase 'be returned to the 4Trye.

istered Negro democrats.A leadership dedication. judgement, integrity and Sue To Enter Avenue Baptist Church plaintiffs since it had j t

great deal of distaste has been expressed purported to convey been in their possession *

over the bitter fight and name- U. Of Ala. title of the Chase pro- since November 28, 1923 PICHAPD PFPKINS

calling developed between the Negro sup- Claim Cuban Refugee Problems perty over to Kings and that the defendants that he and his girl-

Tabernacle Baptist Arthur I. and Mary Gold- friend, Perkins'
porters on each side..The general expression NEW YORK---NAACP Legal daugh-
Woes Church through Taber- stein be enjoined from ter, Anna Laura
is one of hope that Negro citi- Also Add To Community's Defense Fund attorneys were

zens will not destroy each other by this week filed suit nacle's trustees. It making further claim on arguing and the father
MIAMI---Pointing out the economic situ- further contends that
attempted to stop then.
character assasination, jeopardizing against the Universityof it.Atty.
violence.The ation affecting the Negro cciacunity as Owens was not a Chase Releford McGriffis Perkins is then said to
livelihoods or Alabama Tuscaloosa
STAR takes the positionthat the result of the Cuban refugee problem, trustee. No deed showing representing the have secured a shotgun
FLORIDA on behalf of three Negro -
the Greater Miami Ministerial Alliance Tabernacle's trustees plaintiff.for from his house and fired
overthe majorityhave
the elections are ; plaintiffs.The .
wrote President Kennedy last week to acquaint -- -- one shot at White, the
spoken under the democratic process, suit was filed in
him with the severe hardship Fla. Firm AccusedOf blast wounding the vic-
:. so it is up to all of us now (especially the Federal District
which the community is presently under- tim in the left forehead
Negroes) to bury the hatchets, forgetthe Court for the Northern and face.

ill-will, quiet our tempers and work going. District of Alabama in Racial Bias
Edward T in the Miami Police Sets. B. Kendall
together for progress and a better Jack- Signed by Rev. area Birmingham by Attorney
Jordan and Matthew and
Graham, the group'spresident held
never jobs which
sonville for all us.
Fred Gray of Mont-
the letter under :: Patrolmen Marvin Yo mg.
remain stable nild Serves n envtPENSACOLAA f; nine
VOTE RETURNS stated "We do not want recessions the letter gomery, Alabama. The employe years. alleges C. Sullivan H. Harley

to he 'used' We rejectany further pointed out. The University of and C. McClendon In-
Alabama previouslysued that the anpany head-
was nylon
MAYOR-COMMISSIONER CITY COUNCIL effort which would "that as a matter of vestigated.
by Legal Defense plant which has con- quarters, located at
Burns ..........25,543 (Ward 5)) offer our people fact the Southern Bell 800 North Lindberg * *
Fund attorneys in tracts with the U. S.
Lanahan.......14,489CITY Anderson ...... 7,375 panaceas rather than Telephone Co, has refused student Blvd. St. Louis Mo.,
1956 for Negro Government, was charged Janitors.
Mattox .........18.910CITY cures or charity rather repeated requests
+i COMMISSION: employs some 4,000
than job opportunities." from substantial citizento Autherine Lucy. MissLucy's last week with viola- algae Postef1"Colored"
t"; (Group 1)) at Chemstraud and
COUNCIL discuss policy] admittance was tions of government in women and

Thomas .. .... 20.001 Ward HITS UTILITIES "The Florida Power and ordered by the Federal that it practices racial that only six of the '.hi t e" signs are
Tredinnick ..... 16,866 ( 6)) In stating that Negroes
total are colored women
Light Co. while some- District Court, but discrimination posted throughout the
CITY COMMISSION: : Anderson ....... 3,791 after period of although it reportedly who are employed facility's various departments -
62 Sit linersAssisted what more considerate,is a
(Group 3)) Dekle .........? 2,698 either restroom attendants -
not far removed from the rioting, she was expelled claims to have com- as except in
Maxwell .. ..... 9.936 Graveley ........ 1.544 or other ser-
Ritter ..... .... 25,715 Lester .......... 2.311 ly local pattern of.subtlediscrimination for allegedly pletely integregatedits vice the administration
facilities here. Jobs. the employe
CITY COMMISSION: Marr ........... 5,506 against making derogatory estimated
( 4) Negroes. statements about University Charges against the Of the 3,000 continued... this being
Group Palmer ......... 4.188
Kennedy ... ..27.538 Roberts ........ 9,484 NAACP Hire 'The day of the officials. She company were brought a- male employes, 300 of the method used to impress -

Ryan . . 5,150 ROME, Ga.---The NAACF kerosene lamp is gone never attended classesat bout by an employe who the total are Negroes, visitor, he weston

CITY COUNCIL CITY COUNCIL organized a new branch and Negroes have to use the university.This has worked for the all of whom are assignedas to say.

(Ward 1)) electricity" the alli- Monsanto Chemical co. cooks, laborers and
(Ward 7)) here this week, following action is the -

.. ... a wave of sit-ins, ance stated. first on behalf of
Carter 6,300 Lowe ........17,821 Another West Coast 'First'
Hagan ... ... 1.576ankers.le with a mass rally attended Escapes Bomb Plot Negro students to enter
Hendricks . .. 6.352 I y 9,377 by 2.000 persons. entrance to state universities -

Kirkland ... .-. 3,059 CITY COUNCIL Led by Rev. Neeley, }{ Mississippi:
Lanier ....... 4,541 South Carolina and
polston ... ...... 756 (Ward 3) a Seventh Day: Adventist:

Prince ....... ... 6,379 clergyman, the Association .a Alabama.

CITY COUNCIL Burroughs .......13,153 has under- The three plaintiffsare

(Ward 2)) Covington H.... 4,584 taken defense of 62 Vivian J. Malone

Sharp .. ..... 19.681 Hoolehan .. ..... 2,374 teenagers arrested for 20, a resident of Mobile -

Singleton .- .. ..14268; Wells ........... 6,680 demonstrating on March ,Ala., a junior at
CITY' COUNCIL 28 against Jim Crow Alabama A. and M. College -

(Ward 3)) CITY COUNCIL facilities In the local ;Sandy English, 21,

(Ward 9)) of Birmingham Ala., a
Cobb ....... .... 7.696 Walgreen drug store
Forsyth ... ... 3,589 and Radfo rd' s 5 &: 10. freshman at stillman

Hughes ....::. ..1.778 Ashmead. ......., 3,654. The .youths_were con College in Tuscaloosa
Lewis2,696""**- '-Firth..Jo......,...::;-5, <>a' ".,victed on charges of Ala.and Jimmy A. Hood, I -

Thirlwell ....*-.":- 5,401.Paulk .......... 7,655 trespassing. The court -' 3 20, of East Cadaden r

Wood J,. ........- ... 8.540'Reynolds ........1J.824See gave them an optionof Ala. a sophomore at

$50.00 cash fine or Clark Cdlege in Atlanta -
( Politics As Usual CNHURTl Rep. Charles
Page 2)
five days in Jail, to Ga. All "are
C. Diggs (D-Mich was
be served on weekends. students in good stand-
* * sleeping in a Clarksdale
Mr. Neeley, the new ing in the colleges
(Hiss, ) residence when
Judge Orders Full Integration JCAACP president, an- two fire boabs were According to a 1962 re- s.: thf' +ho *_- mit. tton.wito handled

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by the Florida Star Publishing Co. G S : rtx POLITICS AS USUAL

Member of Associated Negro Press

ERIC i. .SIMPSON................NMifMf EtitirALYSIM : BY ERIC I. SIIIPSIIi

E. WISE................Jews EiitirIILIA .. It ** i
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The Mayor-Commissioner's race of 1963 is
I.'.T EJI..CkcllatiH IHII.r
i one of the most interesting--and possibly,
I the dirtiest--I have witnessed in the past
MAIN OFFICE & PLANT eighteen years in Jacksonville.The .

t... K'rTh _i .} most tense I have seen in Duval was

2323 Msicrifif' R/ai..P.sN ELliI 4-6782- g) r} the Sheriff race between Tony Toll in son
: and Rex Sweat.That campaign was punctuated
: -EL 4-6783 jtl. with the
? bombing of Walker Vocational
& Commercial College on Myrtle AvenueIf
MAILING A8IIESS: c' -_ :..

P. I. Box 561, Jacasiiiille 1, Flui.a ; I \-' nothing else, this election provedone
thing: There is
-- trfr. no one Negro strong
SUBSCRIPTS RATES : a enough to deliver the Negro ,
't _.. vote. It also that the
,_ One: year. $6.00 Half Tear $4.00 J Fl '
: Negro voter is In
Mailed to YOU Anywhere la the united States : beginning to
SUbscription payable in Advance :' ,J think for himself and that
1 ; the
the various
Rend Check or Money Order to:

FLORIDA STAR P. 0. BOX '561 .- .o .. i 'clubs' and''organizations'
Jacksonville 1. Florida .rH. put out are not as effectiveas

their producers would

1IEYANIS have you believe.The .

: so ineffective is that in most SIMPSON'

cases the voter does not know anything a-

UNDER PRESENT EMPLOYMENT PATTERNDaily w m m mmmHmmBmm j ta uji ** sm* mwvs*<'*NmMmmWmmMHMWMMKmmWB9mmrximV*'' wwasmp w )** bout the organization' or the people who

." fi."17 !o, BIRECT GOVERNMENT ACTION M R. PRE SIDENIH issue them. There is also a question of

as the various civic groups go a- how much faith a voter will put in the

bout their work they hit a common chord. recommendation of something published on a

All of these organizations may not employ piece of cardboard that comes out every \

the same tactics but in the final two or four years.
analysis they are seeking the same thing- H Your Weekly There is one aspect of this past elec- t

improved status for the Negro. It is an tion that is wholly distasteful. and that

accepted fact that ECONOMICS is the key is the selfish, undemocratic attitudessome

factor in establishing better race rela- people have demonstrated in the ti

tions and in improving the economic Horoscope Guide campaign.It .

moral and political plight of the Negro.To is time that Negro politicians respect I;

this end the various groups have -, the right of every man or woman to support

pledged themselves to better job opportunities By PABLO : the candidate of his choice. I don t
for Negroes. The ASTROLOGER 7 think it is cricket for any man--let' s

;g But for all of their sincerity, the WHICH ARE YOUR LUCKY DAYS FOR .-,'" say Joe Doakes to ridicule or threatenthe I
organizations are MISSING THE BOAT. No other fellow because he is not supporting j

matter how many pledges of jobs are BUSINESS LOVE TRAVELARIES Joe Doakes' candidate. Why should
gotten from management or government, Joe Doakes call the other fellow a "trai t
..... tor" or accuse him of "selling people i
unless - -
qualified persons are available, -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -
the jobs will still *o unfilled. In a down the river" because he is support-

new series of articles the Florida STAR ing another candidate? Who knows Joe !
will show how a cruel hoax is being Born June 22nd thru 1 Born Sept. 23rd thru of individuals who may Doakes might be the traitor .And when

perpetrated on local Negroes and how Born March 21st thru July 22nd Oct. 23rd li l have more brawn than you get right down to it, just about .

certain elected officials, governmental April 19th i brains. everybody is in politics for what they I
i There seems to be little Many Librans may have get out of
can it--money prestige
bodies and even federal agencies are in 1-80-44-19-54-184 poweror
There is a financial doubt that your social reached the stage where something--and then
collusion and are preventing the Negro somewhere along
cycle coning into being and fraternal activities they are beginning to the line render some sort of service to
from obtaining real "fair employment.
(late 23rd). which holds
think in terms of social
should be the rise.
on the
community.It .
'We admit that 'token' positions have
promise for the Arians
Hake friends with the individuals security and of establishing CAPRICORNBorn is this freedom of choice and the rightto
been given to many but our goal is 'fullemployment" who are eager to in-
a nest egg for ] Dec. 22nd thru
who further
can one's
express views that makes democracy -
on a fair and impartial '
crease earned incomes.
basis Under the of your career or aid you in the days that lie ahead. Jan. 19th so great. As a matter of fact when a
egis Jupi-
With the entry of Jupiter -
t WHAT ARE JOBS-A LOOK AT THE WORLD OF WORK ter, you may also push your professional en- 7th political leader starts fighting so hard
deavors. But be of into your solar Existence needs not be ,
wary that he resorts to name-calling threatsand
Before any discussion can be held on yourself to the fore and ,
fork and jobs an understanding of basic expand your physical as others who can stir you house provide marriage the means for serious business twenty- bullyingone is left to wonder whether
well as intellectual emotionally or make persistent four hours a dayThe he's the of
fighting and
cause democracy
terminology must be had.Jobs are divided those who are not already -
activities far financial demands cycle that is beinginitiated
as as
good government or fighting the personalcause
roughly into two classifications, pro- committed. This
fessional and trades. they will take you without on you. It oftenis would probably mean selecting should being of more for me."
danger. There seems the case that those home to you the value of
Even though Isadore Singleton lost the
The professional occupations are usual- someone who is 4
to be a significant in- who promise the most deliver developing hobbies and
ly those which require specific educa- quite affluent and lib- election to Lemuel Sharp for Councilmanin
tional requirements and are many of the crease in the incentive the least and you 'eral. Interesting pos- devoting some of your the First Ward, there is a heartening
that presses you into should weigh this factorin spare time to romance It is the fact that hundreds of
white collar jobs. On the lower end of sibilities are being aspect.
the "professional" bracket are the doing your very best your mind before you 'offered encouraging you and pleasurable pur- white voters gave him their votes. It i san 1
particularly in the way. agree to any conditionsthat suits. If you can make
semi-professional occupations such as set before to make the most of your indication that gradually, white citi- .
of financial gains. are you. home the center of
the office occupations, technicians and 1 personal attributes and zens are discarding prejudice and voting
sales personnel. Persons engaged in most 7-30-55-12-45-735 310441653314LEO advantages to exploit such activities it will for the candidate on the basis o f qualifications -
be all the happier for
phases of merchandising and marketing are them to the utmost. "--z: and background, regardless :
usually classed as professionals.Trades 5-70-99-15-80-579 you and everyone else in j of his racial origin.
it. You should be vigilant !
embrace the "blue shirt" occupations TAURUS ., Singleton drew from ten to
repel disruptive
or those in which skills neededare Born April 20th thru Born July 23rd thru SCORPIOBorn twenty percent of the votescast
people. '
primarily those using the hands. Most May 20th Aug. 22nd Oct. 24th thru \'of :,' in predominantly white .It

trades have very exacting requirementsand Nov. 22nd 7-50-66-19-42-576 precincts. As a Negro going
require definite periods of appren- The Tanreans. whose The cycle that is being :out for votes in the white

ticeship or learning.At birthdays fall on the Introduced should be a Whether you have been AQUARIUSBorn ., section, he was akin to a
the top of the ladder in trades is 23rd or soon thereafter propitious one for busi- favorable to the idea or Jan. 20th thru Negro boy in a boxing match

the "journeyman" or master mechanic. should take the initiative ness ambitious.and those Do who not are be not, those of you who Feb. 18th with a white boy in his own ,

Next comes the helper the apprentice. to aake the world precipitate in your ac- are single may come up SINGLETON neighborhood. The best the

and on the bottom the laborer. The recognize them or their tions but plan each against marital proposi- With the opening of a Negro boy could do is throw a few taps.

laborer is unclassified and may never advance abilities. There are stage of your moves with tions before or soon new cycle, you may be He dares not knock him down; all he can

to the coveted journeyman status. many hidden resources precision and dispatch. after the month runs given the opportunity of do is spar with his opponent without

There is another method of dividing or ready to be tapped once You may do necessary re- ,out. The elements that discarding worn-out getting hurt. I

classifying occupations.Service and non- you .discover the secretof search solicit com- make, this likely are now methods and ideas, and That is the position Singleton was in.He
i service. Service those going about it being created. Those of finding formula to at Sharp at '
occupations are suc- petent advice and estab- a new couldn't go out slugging ;
i! which render services to individuals and c. sf1illy. It should be lish a sound basis for you who are already get your affairs moving least so he thought.The .
are essential to the basic pursuits-- favorable for confidential your financial maneuvers joined in matrimony along more hopeful lines: only disturbing feature of Singleton'srace
Tailoring Cooking Barbering etc. personal or Avoid careless actions should try to preserve You should obtain con- is the report that Singleton was sup-

In our community as in most communities, financial arran cements., that could cause aishaps these ties if they are siderable help from Jupiter porting Lanahan in the Mayor's race. In a

persons engaged in the professions which If a serious disagree in the vicinity of your being threatened by a which entered story appearing Times Union, April 17,
growing ambition
provide services to one racial or ethenic aent has arisen at home home. to make your solar 3rd house in page 11, the paper says: "Laaahan backer i
group are allowed to pursue their occupations or among associates it 850221369852VIRGO a better place' for your- the form of greater Isadore Singleton, the only Negro candidate -
unhampered such as dentists, may prove to be criticalor in the world, Do imagination. The scope of ." l
not give the
: doctors undertakers and other occupations climactical. that holds greater up Job your mental powers Singleton has denied active support o f
I which in personal ser- prom should be broadened considerably he stated his senti- .
specialize 2-40-77-15-31-27: ise than ever for the Lanahan although, ,
vices. sake of being your own as well as the ments were with him. However, as It stands J

On the other hand, doctors and, other boss. territory you cover in now many of Singleton's supporters still ,
professionals are not encouraged to GEMINI Born Aug. 23rd thru 6-90-88-14-35-698 your daily peregrinations feel they were drawn in. ;

establish bi-racial practices. Engineering Sept. 22nd 'ticket' bearing Singleton'
i Born May 21st thru 3- 5-12-2T-325 Neither a ;
and similar occupations are for : picture, supporting Lanahan nor the envelope I
There is a phase opening -
"white only. June 21st bearing his picture with a letter ,
which should give
The professional does not prevent a up SAGITTARIUSBorn PISCES helped the situation !
I You supporting Burns
are entering a ambitious and forward- t
Born Feb. 19th thru t
problem. Our problem is with the masses period when the benefitsto looking Virgoans occasions Nov. 23rd thru March 20th ma.
who complete high school or less and who be derived from solitude to widen their Dec. 21st The general feeling among political workers I
enter the job market. In accordance with candidate should confine '
i relaxation and introspection Interests in travel The cycle that is due is that a
t this approach we are concerned with the may. outweighall education religion or If you are in the right to start is primarily his activities to his own race. And, a Negro t

trades and some semi-professional oc- other consideration, world developments. Toumay that Is tailored concerned with your intellectual candidate must be very careful of his .

l I cupations.HOW The entry of mighty now proceed with j 'to your temperament and pursuits and campaign conduct because, to begin with, :
DO PEOPLE LEARN TRADESOR Jupiter into your llth arrangements to secure 'aptitudes it-should not dally associations. You a Negro candidate is often suspected of

QUALIFY FOR JOBS solar house at the beginning your reservations for take long for those in would do well to broaden being "put in" the race to brlag mt i

In many instances, industry conducts of the month ship plane or hotel accommodations :authority to recognize them, to the extent of the Negro vote for some purpose or other.
training programs and trains its own should also be stirring if you have your superiority. It is your ability as this In conclusion, it must be stated that a

workers. Working in close conjunctionwith up your social ambitions a yearning to wander offsometimes .very important for your will be reflected in larger turnout of Negro voters say aWmt
I industry is the apprenticeship programs and instilling Ideas of this spring to demonstrate the full Increased prosperity. 6,000 more-- could have given Singletonthe

of the varibus craft unions. affiliating yourself sa=aer. There is a very range of your abilities This is also confirmed election. He had quite a bit of support -

1 Most trade training is conducted through with someone of affluence fortunate sign regardingyour with the expectation by Jupiter which made from whites but once again Negro

programs subsidized by the federal to further your financial ties or that your name will be its entry into your voters went to sleep at the switch.
Interests. The whole but called to step forward.If solar 2nd house. Tou can
'J government and administered by the various maneuvers you may PASSOVER MESSAGEThe
state departments of education. matter should be tuned have to face many complicated yon have any excep- make far-reaching and
ancient festival of Passover Barks
over in mind after beforethings tional talents Jupiter declslons(24-
your problems profitable
of training into
fall an
These programs
recorded history
called Vocational Education. We which the missing pieces can be settledto in your solar 5th house 28th). Excesses of any the first struggle
area be a powerful fac- for both national independence and reli-
may discomfort
should fall in place. your satisfaction. sort could bring -
shall see how predjudicial use of fed- tor in aiding yon to or other compli gious liberty. As such, it is a reminderfor
eral Vocational Education funds and p r a- 020881825926'CANCER 4-60-33-17-72-483 bring them out. Do not cations. all mankind that the yearning for

grams keep Negroes from being able, to be discouraged by inner 5-10-22-14-86-512 human dignity is bound by neither time
qualify for Jobs. 'LTBRA qualms or ,the blustering nor territory.

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IMPRESSIVELY PROGRAMMED the InterOrganizationalCouncil devotions by Rev.Walter R. Killings. Rev. Clarence EWC administrative assistant was program co- cnairman. Second pnoco snows reprtseTTCHtiTea 01

of Edward Waters College saluted Jack- Steeger served as master of ceremonies, and EWC ordinator. In photo left, the program's planning campus' women's organizations. UnddrgraduateOmega

sonville' Greek Letter organizations on a SUn- President William B. Stewart saluted the par- committee from left arethe Misses Bettye Patterson men from Florida Normal and Bethune Cook-

day afternoon during a capacity attendance in ticipating societies. The main address was givenby and Margaret Nixon James Gooden Rev. Walter man Colleges, respectively. President Stewart

Lee Auditorium. James Gooden and Miss Margaret James Clark, basileus of Onega Psi Phi Fraternity Killings and Dennis Gallon. Seated from left: speaks briefly to attendees.

Nixon saluted the program which was opened with s Jax Chapter. Dr. Charles L. Williams, Miss Catherine Marshall and James ,Clark, student (Photos by Baker)


I Noted Mezzo Soprano Schedules' : -- ---='- ...- --.=--= Miss J. D. Smith Jax Students Teen Talka
Concert At Florida NormalST. :_--= .; : IB.Y To Feature '",. Among Tho s eCited : By ROBIN A. FORRESTERSome

AUGUSTINE Miss -=-' ===- 28th Recital '
interest of Miss Stan- April .By Alphas
students from Northwestern displayed remarkable -
Carolyn mezzo- ford during her public LOUISE GUINYARDCbncerning -
will in Committees have been dramatic ability on Sunday when they
soprano, appear school days in Yeadon TALLAHASSEE--The local
the Easter Parade, please remember for St.Philip's .
concert on April 30 atFlorida completed the presented a brilliant performance of an Easter
where she participatedin .chanters of Al pha-Phi-
that you' were warned beforehand. However, the EpiscopalLurch : written of their in-
production which was by one
Normal and Industrial all of their musical Alpha Fraternity, Inc. ,
one, thing that I failed to do was to describethe women's presentation such to
structors. It an firing begin
Memorial Col- activities.In her presented was way
Junior $250 in
array of colors that would be seen. in passinga of Miss JacquelineD. .'
lege beginning at 8:00p.m. Easter"Sunday. It was so realistic..Teens can
year of high school. she scholarships last week
church last Sunday afternoon, it was as thougha Smithwellkhowc:
This announcementwas began to study voice during their annual Ed- / be serious too.
garden of giant flowers was blooming on its in a voice recital -
soprano While speaking of productions, some junior
made by Kenneth C. ,ucation Week
professionally at the .
stEPs. in fact, stunning outfits in beautiful 28th ; programon
Sunday April
Huenink, chairman of a Mgh school students can give top
the Florida f
Philadelphia Conserva- hues were to be seen everywhere.' 3at 7 in' the\.church- fit' A. and
special faculty commit- rated performances too. On last
tory of Music. She; later located at Pearl'ancl'Union 7.1., campus.
attended and graduatedfrom ......................... Sts. Malvin Goode.ABC radio Monday, some students of James .
I Y the Curtis Insti- \ and television news .. Weldon Johnson junior High School t.....
The steering
j tute of Music in Philadelphia exhibited out-standing dramatic C
at the
'- :a conga entator
Congratulations are extended to Mr. and Mrs. are ;
and continuedher 'Program Mrs. A.R. Walker United Nations, was ability when they presented the
Ronald Douglas Mayhew who were married in Daytona
studies in Vienna at Beach last Saturday evening. chairman; Mrs;, J.H. the/ test speaker. He three act comedy: "Are Teachers

the Akademie fuer Musik. Solomon ST. Mrs. C. was introduced by Percy Human?" Nathan Gadson and Gail
The hands one couple was entertained with a reception -
Associate Professor Hue- Ross, ,Miss M.H. Latimer t Goodman of Panama :. Price played the lead roles along
Tea Room South
held in the Gypsey on
nink of Florida N.I.M. Mrs. W. R. Robinson, Mrs.. city. :, with Robert Neismith, but James
Campbell Street. Mrs. Aver Geneva Butler, mother
College, who has heard bride H. Harris, .Mise..L.- .The: Bet*' NuCattiter" Greene as Puddenhead Pye and Gail ROBIN
of the greeted guests.
this internationally Glymp, Mrs. N. Bland, awards of $25 each Canty as Delores Stone were tops as supportingactor
The bride is the former Miss Fernita Ernestine '
famous' artist perform J.G. Walker. went to Penelope Thompson and actress.
said that she is des- Martin of Daytona, New York City and Topeka, Decorations, Mrs. J.A of Jacksonvillefor Other schools are in the midst of rehearsals for
Kansasfrom which she has only recently returned.A .
tined to reach greater Hall, chairman; Mrs., G. being selected as spring productions;will try to keep you informed.
former Flsk' University student she is the
heights than many leadIng Harris Mrs. F. Culbert, the "most-well-rounded Say Teens, have you been to a dance recently?'
Mi FS STANFORDtee niece of Mrs. Arlene Felton who formerly livedin
concert artists.BIRTHS. E. Witsell Miss B. student" and Adolphus If you have it was almost Impossible to beeoae
Jacksonville. Johnstone Mrs. K.D. Mc- bored. There really variety of cut
who is presentingthis Lewis of Jacksonville are a way-
Farlin, Mrs. T. Johnson. dances to flip over.Just for fun, scan this
noted artist as a *..........*....*............* Ushers Mrs. M.K. White as the "most outstand-
artist as a fund raising chairman, ; Mrs. H.D. Ste- ing senior male. stu- list: Twist, Limbo, Waddle, Wobble, Bossa Nova

project for their annual dent." These awards Dog Fight Chicken-Back, Hitch-Hiker and the
Founders Day contribution Mr. and Mrs. William Mrs. Marian Brinson of Atlanta, Georgia is in wart, Mrs. 0.K. Parsons, by Monster Mash along with the Uncle Willie, Bird
the city as.the guest of her mother Mrs. EH ease Mrs. T. Mackey. Mrs. were presented
Brown 2320 Emerson St.
; ; of F't. and Cha Cha IV, Swing III.
Nixon, and her sister, Mrs. Vivian Jeffersonof G. Mangram, Mrs. J. Bod- Samuel Lloyd
Miss Stanford's carper Boy. I Lauderdale. Study hard Teens for the grades you save tHY be
since her first appear- Mr. and Mrs. Freddie Zinnia Street. die, Miss L.J. Glymp. 'Lambda Chapt"er' your own.
.. Mrs. R. R. Gamma Mu -
ance before en American : Blackshear;. 4838 W..:, Finance. .
'' :-.........*e........e........... Robinson Sr. chairman;, .. awards: of ;; $50-
audience has consisted Virginia Ave. Girl. : "? Fla. A M
; each went id the, three APPLICATIONS FOR & Chapter I>
af triumph after triumpH Mr. and Mrs. Lucious t Mrs.. W.-W. Johnson :Jr. *;* frWhiAen'wl'fn'' the '

Wherever she appearedshe Richardson; 2539 Hiland Mrs. Leona Bennett and Mrs. Eva Rosier were Mrs. A. Scriven, Mrs. P. h.i-inest" MARRIAGE LICENSESRichard Taps 9 Inductees

was immediately reengaged Street; Boy. prize winners at a small bridge luncheon held Scarborough, Miss B. verages for Austin. 837 TALLAHASSEE -- Nine
the first trimester.Mr.
for other' per. Mr. and Mrs. George last Friday in the home of Mr. and Mrs. Jona- Cornell. Mrs. Perry Kings Rd. 38 and Lillie Florida AAM University

formances.Her Brown; 141 Earnest St. ; than Mc Jne. Hughes, Mrs. W.W. John GoodeJ a gi"duate Mae Cone 837 Kings Rd. students were Inductedas

recent appearances Boy. Mrs. Eva Rosier, Mrs. juanita Wynn, Mrs. Minnie son Sr. Mrs. R. Leap- of the universityof and has 40. charter members of

Include those with the Mr. and Mrs. Robert Gadling, Mrs. Sara Wright, Mrs. Vivian Jefferson heart. Pittsburgh; Willie J. Dixon 1272W. the Alpha Gaa>a Chapterof

San Francisco. Philadel- Hooks; 1415H! W. ,15th St.;_ and Mrs. Leona Bennett were among the guests. Publicity. Mrs. P.M. had 27 years ,In radio Duval St. 29 and the Chi Delta Mu,
chairman Mrs.E. and newspaper reporting.He .
Girl. Douglas, ;
Cleveland Lelia Mae Brewer 1272W.
phia and Symphony Medical DentalandPharmaceutical
Orchestras under Mr. and Mrs. Joseph :. Kitchings, Mrs. W.H. joined the ABC staffin Duval St. 17. Fraternity. -

the batons of Arthur! Leach; 907 Oakland St. ; Ma this. Mrs. R.D. 1962. Alvoyd J. Lizzmore, All nine of the

Fiedler Eugene Ormandyand Girl. Jonathan Stoggers, coach at Lincoln University, Henderson, Mrs. E. DaviE B CC Announces 3070 Francis Rd. 44 and newly inductees are enrolled -

Robert Shaw, respectively Mr and Mrs. Charlie Jefferson City, Mo. was in the city for several E.L.J. Banks, E.O. Simpson Willie M. Curtis 3070 la the FAMU

She toured 'Aluskbduring Span;' 907 W. 17th St. ;' days., He visited local schools and was extended P.O. Taylor.Refreshments Commencement Francis Road 47. school of pharmacy.

the fall of 1R Girl. social courtesies by several friends. Mrs. E. Eddie Lee Green, 2120 Conducting the installation -
Mr. and Mrs. Willie Jackson Mrs. E. Mc- Calendar Of Events
for four necks and her Johnson Ave. 44 and La- ceremonies were

concerts everywhere were Williams; 1050 W. State .............................. Clellan. Mrs. C. Thomas, DAYTONA. BEACH Edward Verne M. Kimbrough 2420 Jerry Rhodes, grand
Street Girl. Miss N. Murray Mrs.C. .
received with standing ; R. Rodriguez, director Johnson Avenue, 37. organizer of the professional -
A. Powell. Mrs. H,
ovations. Mr. and Mrs Willie The West Fourteenth Street home of Mr. and Mrs. of Student Personnel Walter Lee Washington fraternity

Miss Stanford was bornin McCloud; 1110 Mid- Herbert Gay provided the setting for the most Alexander. Mrs. E. Leah announced the 1963 122 Ernest St. 78 and Washington D. C. Dean

Philadelphia Pa. but dleburg Ave.Green Cove recent meeting of Les Trieze Amies Bridge Club. heart, Mrs. L* Batson calendar of events for Rena Thomas 122 ErnestSt. M.D. Jenkins and Hurd

grew up and was educatedin Springs.' Florida:? Boy. Mrs. Lillian Singleton and Mrs. Vanorian Schell and Mrs. E. Cunnings.: Commencement: Friday 64.Archibald. Jones, both from the
Mr. and, Mrs. Larry The public is cordiallyinvited. R. Pray Jr. FAMU school of pbanMcy.
the small suburban were among prize winners. May 17 at 8 p.m. ,
town of Yeadon. Music Stephens; 3216 Phoenix Mrs. Winnona Britt, Mrs.' Ruth Banner, Mrs. Doris Junior-Senior Prom in 1497 W. 9th St. 24 and Mr. Rhodes was the gain

already was a primary Street; Girl. Jones, Miss Gwendolyn Schell Miss Ruth Broome, Moore Gymnasium; 'Saturday Marllynn E. Wesley speaker.

/ and Mrs. Florence Wilson were among limbers par- Riveria Club May 18 from 9 a.m.

ticipating. to 4 p.m. Beach Out-
now its Pepsifor ing, College Family on

.................*............ Plans I Saturday the BethuneVolusiaBeach

those whothink ; Monday, May 20

Mrs. Arnetta Walker was hostess when Les Unes Night SocialPlenty at 11 .a.m. Senior Chapel -

y"oungThe > v Charmantes Bridge Club net last Saturday evening.Mr. in the College Chapel -

and Mrs. Edgar Epps of Tallahassee, Fla., of fun, refreshments ; Tuesday May 21 at

Pep I guests of Mr. and Mrs. Walker, participated in and entertainmentis 1 p.m. Tree Planting

the meeting. Mrs. Thelma Johnson and Mrs. Cora promised friends and Exercise on the campus;

Walker were also guest players.Mrs. clubs planning on attend- Wednesday. May 22 at

Barbara Walker, Mrs. Alma Daniels and ing the Saturday night 7 p.m. Consecration

Mrs. Marilyn Epps were prize winners. April 20th social under Service in the College Isr.

Mrs., Lydia Wooden and Mrs. Helen Gregory were sponsorship of the Chapel; Thursday, May f
present also. Riveria Social Savings 23 from 9 a.m. to 4

Club at 1724 W. 26th St. p. 0. Beach ,Outing

.............................. The public is also in- Senior class on the

vited. Bethune-Volusia Beach.
Mrs. Dorothy Logan, Miss Virginia Harper, Miss I

Bernice Griffin Mrs. Virginia Gray, Mrs. Grace i
GREY HAIR Reed BO more
worry you
Sykes and Mrs. Ruth Parrott were among guest

a. players when Mrs. Lois Avery entertained Gems Win Brandt's HAIR COLORER

Bridge Club last Friday evening. Miss Griffin LIQUID EAU DENNA .

and Mrs. Burris qualified for guest prizes.Mrs. i
wa cww N.r Mir to if to I.N.ML M last
Mt kwv tt. ,. .. ......
yw mn vw wa frOM
Geneva Wheeler and Mrs. Lillian Davis were ..
/ricar wttk 1 .. krvtft .r SOT* MM
high scorers among club meabers. i
Mesdames Kathyrn Robinson, Marie McClain Sylvester CM WT IT 81 IT H3ME

Bossard, Myrtis Thomas Alvenia Scriven YOU.SAve. 1-_TIM..AMD* ...MONCYt. r4- Lur M* 1 Mluir .IAW sSM Six Short Months That
Icdr Mn ksr
Marion Walker and Zelma Johnson were among other 1 ..e...-. aIer M pr-1y nr....N1M14.a

c members present. WILL lOT TUKI HAil 1EBDISHIT $ Will Be BENEFICIALfor

Miss Sidney G. White, the daughter of Mrs. 1rIS MI_Nil....-A.....IT...Itm.....M Mri MV..-.ct rl MMMMC.u1.1.s r1YU/r. -

Mildred; K. White, was one of the many coeds c.r+w CM.cvw drel/M1.w1 Mr rr.MIA M,..MMM Hc MWr taM 11M.n H N.YM a LIFETIME.

here for the Easter holidays. She is attending c.-kMf. ...MM, ,*.,.. BLACK STAYS. MACK. A*-

Delaware State College. Also here for the spring woiDunn. FBI ToucHtia CPVMCM JacksonvilleBamer

holidays was Hiss Janice Joyner who is matriculating Mill M rid ..... ..><... CM ta ...t .w.r .f>..r 'p w ..Mr.MrstlNl.
NMIr. ......Nq. b.. ..... s1...s 1w I.. 0eMe N
at Xavier University of New Orleans. She '
livelier life Is more popular than oats 1ST UtTUFIlI WITH PEIMMUT ware
is the danghter of'lIr. and Mrs. James of
Joyner ** cttwM. to Me* few .. iMftrt Mtf !..*>. CAUTIONi. "41..N N d1/ College Inc.
Is Unnrriaf Bo ad-_____ M 1..L CMMlt ..... Own >...... MMhna ftrvMV UfM tow, Dr-
today..and so PepsiCola.And ..
aver .
w Al unk me.Mr tec OJ <.*N Ants. Tn) C.t M M
1 M ft*. tor totort r.Hn... YMT ...., M* If itot bOra Itfl.....
nothing drenches your thirst PeI-COLA INDEPENDENT OIL CO' 630 DAVIS ST. at ...ver
like 8 cold, Inviting Pepil. MECHANIC OM DUTY 100% Air Coaditisui

So think young-say"Pepsi, pleatel Ikebseph ..........-........... Proprietor 1305 KW6S ROAD Jacksonville, Fla. JACKSONVILLE FLIIIIAv

NNr4 .'NI '//1M U/N./1 SINM NN4....._..... ..NIN .....NM...M./ 8ta s and Jafferson Streets ...-= El .6-843

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P_AII :k Q .\' % FLORIDA ad STIR'J. SATURDAY APRIL 28. ml f if(

I Rev. J. C. Sams, Others Re-elected, During Progressive Baptist State Convention 1


Convention Claimed Most Successful. I f

In History Of State OrganizationB7 I J t i9ucT


Progressive Baptist State Convention of I,i thNEWS

Flo.ida. closed. its most successful annual session -

at Lakeland Florida recently. I

Beginning with the Pre- 1 kWJt r The women of Little Rock Baptist Church feave
opening program the completed plans for their annual Women's Day ob-
Mrs. H.B. Miller, -
meeting was the greatest president a servance scheduled for Sunday,April 21st through
of the Senior
throughout the various out the day. Officers are: Mrs. Vivian Robinson,
Women to her 12th term
Departments.In ; chairman; Mrs. Dorothy Hammond, co oh airs an;
Mrs. Agnes L. Dean of R
additional to the Mrs. Larry O'Neal, junior chairman; aad Mrs.
Sebring Junior Women,
official program,several Vernlce Mitchell, acting pastor cf the day. Mrs.
outstanding personalities 21 -year; Mrs. Idella
Vera M. Drayton and Mrs. Theresa B. Wright are
of the nation were Williams of Sarasota
the program committee chairmen. '
heard in excellent ad- Ushers Union, 13th term

dresses. Among those appearing Sam Davis of Jackson- .. .. .... .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. ..
were: The Rev. ville, Layman Brotherhood -

Dr. William H. Bordersof ., 19th year; Mrs.
I The deaconess mass meeting will be held Sundayat
Atlanta, Ga. Rev. C. M.M. Warren, Bowling
3 p.m. in Bethlehem Baptist Church. A program
K. Steele of Tallahassee Green, General Director ''
i :J14.l': ,, _. .... Is planned and all choirs and ushers will senre.
Rev. Dr. J.P. Reeder of of Children Department37th """" -
District 2 will sell dinners Saturday in the home
Columbia, S.C.; Rev. Dr. year Mrs. H. L. Youth Department'sSPOTLIGHTED Executive Sessionbefore
of Mrs. A. Edwards, 622 Court D. District 7
T.R. Hendon of Chicago Alexander, supervisor of
will feature entertainment in the home of
Ill. Rev. Dr. A.B. Cole- Young People (Orlando) among the spectacular successes en- the final day's series of conferences.Dr. an
Joyed by the Mr. and Mrs. A. Combs, 1138 McConlhe Circle.
man of Jacksonville, and 3rd year. Rev. W.J. departments during the recent J. C. Sams, pastor of Second Baptist Church,
Progressive State Dinners will be sold and orders take by District -
of St. Peters- Baptist Convention in Lake
Jacksonville, was reelected to his 14th term as
including burgh, Chief Shepherdwas City was'the session of the Youth Department president of the state body along with numerous 3 from the home of Mrs. J. Williams,

Florida Normal Indus- elected, and the (shown abcve) which was held on the Saturday outstanding leaders. 1289 W. Third Street.

trial lege and and other Memorial schools.Col- Rev.Sanford H.B. was Whitehurstof returnedto I .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. ..

There was an Increasein his advisorship of Scheduled To Sing For The Bishop

all delegations, and the Young People Depart- A 75-voice choir and wellknown individual artists

the financial reportswere ment. and gospel groups will highlight Matthew

the highest in the Miss Evelyn Wright of h E d ,wr W. McCoy 27th anniversary observance Sunday

history of the Conven- Clewenton and v rcus night, April 29th in Mt. Ararat Baptist Church's

tion including the con- Gaines were reseated as auditorium. All singer3 and musical groups are

tributions to Missionand presidents of the Young invited.Already slated to aear on the program

Education.On People s body.Reappolnted. are Mrs. Essie Mae Thomas, Mrs. Mary Goodman,

Friday of the ses- as head Choir 4-B and the male chorus of Emanuel Baptist,
sional week the General of the State Boards were r : .>.. j jJ Mt.Ararat's male chorus and the Cavalier Singers.

President Rev. Dr. J.C. Rev. J.B. Adams, Belle :
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Sams and the auxiliaries Glade, Education; Rev.E. ,. .. . . . . . . . . . ..

presidents delivered Armster, Clearwater
; .
their annual addresses.The State Mission; Rev. S.C. :. ba Tabernacle Baptist Church will eel ebrate annual -
General president's Carswell, St. Peters- Women's Day Sunday May 19th with Mrs. Queen

address carried recom- burgh. Home Missions; Atkins serving as general chairman. Mrs. Carrie

mendations for the 1964 and Rev. R.H. Wilson of + Brown will sponsor the Heavenly Gospel Singers
session, which will be Jacksonville, Foreign 8 d S in a spiritual recital April 25th. Usher Board 1

the Jubilee Year for the Missions.The f will sell dinners Saturday from 12 o'clock noon

State Organization. They next session will ffJiJ.i in the church kitchen. A crab boil will be
: ; ;
were accepted by the be held at the Shiloh sponsored at 645 Jessie St. beginning at 2 p.m.
convention which electedDr. Baptist Church of Orlando F Saturday.
the Rev. Curtis J
Sams to his 14th
Jackson, pastor. e.
term as leader. : : : :: : : : : : : : : : : : : : : : : : : : : : : : : : : : : : : : : : : : : : : :

Others re-elected were: :

St. John Slates Dual Day Fete Rev. B. L. Wynn, pastor, will be in charge of
Baptismal rites Sunday during 11 a.m. servicesat
Distinguished clergyman ledge visitors. Abyssinia Baptist Church. He will be assistedby

Rev. C.K. Steele Teachers will includeMrs. S i the associate pastor. The 27th anniversaryof

Sr. will deliver the Beatrice Waters, '. e A! the church and the 13th of Rev. and Mrs.

morning worship sermon H.M. Pauline Albert LL..LL Wynn will end Friday night.* Closing, services will
I when St. John Baptist Brinkley, Deacon James be conducted by Rev. C. A. Weaver and Rev. S:

4 Church observes Dual Bryant, Ralph Tisdale, Gast on.

Day with a daylong Walker Lee West, Mrs. .

series of events Sunday, Richard Jackson, Mrs. _. / ---,.- -- .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .... .. .. .. .. .. .... .. .. .. .. .. ..
k April 28th, Rev. A.J. Louise Crumady Robert THE SING ALONG WITH DAVIS youth group which presented two performances Easter Sunday, will be among

Hughes, pastor, an- Williams Miss Gladys the program participants h coring Bishop Herbert B 11 Shaw, Presiding Prelate of the 3rd Episcopal Holy Communion will be administered Sunday at

nounced. Johnson Miss Joan Wil- District, African Methodist Episcopal Zion Church during his 11 am. visitation Sunday at Walter 3 p.m. in First Timothy Baptist Church, Rev.

Services will begin bert, Malcolm Jones, Memorial AME Zion Church, Rev. R. L. Rogers, pastor. Sponsors in background extreme left are: Prof.E. R. L. Smith, pastor, in charge. The right hand

with Sunday School at Mrs. Vivian R. Chester, Clifford Davis, founder-director; Mrs. R. L. Rogers, wife, Mrs. Hazel Phillips, daughter respectively 3f fellowship will be rendered new members.
9:30 am with Joseph H. Miss Priscilla E. Jones, of the pastor and Robert Weston. Mrs. Jones and Earl Brown, pianist-accompanist are shown Choirs 2 and 3 will rehearse Saturday at 4 p.m. ;
James of Ebeneezer Meth- Mrs. Pricilla G. Smith (foreground) extreme right. The youth singers will also participate during the 8 p.m. Calvacade in the church. An outing to the Zoo will be ?

odist Church serving as William Broadway and recital in the church. sponsored by Choir 3 on April 20th.The bus will
client .. _....
sunerintendent. 111.
l. .4. Gilles ie.
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Joseph Sally will intro- Mt. CalvaryThe Sunday School Plans Event observe joint anniversary services April
duce the lesson and
Lodge Is Sponsoring To Miami
Trip 29th at 8 p.m. in the auditorium of the cburefa.
James Goggins Jr. an
Sunday School department troduce the speaker panied by their choirs Numerous local choirs and singers will appearon
instructor at Long Officers and members of
making trip are
of Mt. Calvary Thursday. ushers and representatives the program. ;
Branch School and a Lily White Lodge No. 173
urged to immediately contact -
Baptist Church will be- Friday night Rev. J.M. from their sunday
teacher with MacedoniaBaptist's are organizing a trip to Mrs. A. Floyd,
School Ml ami with the bus gin its observance Bryant. The various school department.Obituaries : : :: : : : : : : : : : : : : : : : :: : : : : : : : : : : : : : : : : : : : : : : :
Sunday ELgin 4-3011 or Mrs. R.
M 4.**4. *+A.P A wl 11 KA a//r\fn
scheduled to leave Monday night, April 22,
Orange --- --- -- -----
will review
department Summers ELgin 6-5428.
the lesson. Miss Sandri and Jefferson Sts. May in the main auditoriumof Preparations Completed For Annual Event

Forehand will acknow- 27th at 5 a.m. * the church. Rev. J.C.
Persons interested in Burney superintendent,
has announced that the .
following ministers will "
SALE GOOD be in charge of service ,

Monday night Rev. B. P. f w'x

17-APRIL 21 Hartley. Tuesday night k
Rev. Leroy Clayton. .
2 DISCOUNT STORES Wednesday night Mrs. M. M

i ) 830 Canat Ave. L. Johnson, district
NEAR COLLEGE) president of the senior f c '
women missionary society ylfY
1824 W. Beaver St. _
Mrs. Lois Cain will in- -
U.S. 90 Near Stockton 'Y" -1T ;
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PROGRAM participants along with numerous other groups for during annual Men's Day

observance at St. Stephen AME Church on SUnday April 28, will be St. Stephen' om

male chorus. Other wellknown groups appearing on the daylong events will be Loeg-

CHICKEN BACKS . 5 LBS.FOR49 worth of Southside male chorus, James Howard, Clyde Howard, Howard Guyton, George

CHICKEN GIZZARDS 3 us. 49* Howard, all members of the male youth choir.The program will get underway at 7:30: p.-.

PIG FEET . . . .. .. 4 LIS. FOR4ge Ton Dnrf t Have to Go to Town to Get


LBS.FOR49 I Valarie P. Smith 915 LOW PRICES f
; Street.
3 426 E. Ashley
. .. .. c.-;
Lean Gum Street. Daaeon Wilson; 2388 W. h
NECK BONES Mtety 5 LBS.FOR49 1 Mrs. Corener W. Bradley; 1st Street. .
1610 W. 12th Street. Mrs. Rebecca Mills; 818 On ,.1 ...
Mrs. Charlie Lue Kille- E. 5th Street.
FLORIDA GRADE "A"FRYERS UMIt.s 2 brew; 1392 W. Duval St. Mrs. Gennie Walker; 895 DRUG STORE NEEDS ;:.

NofttebnPIMM C Mrs. Julia Walker; 1114 Van Buren Ftreet. Trade With Tour Neighborhood One More
U. I Q Dora Street. Raymond Thomas; 1016 E. WE WILL MEET ANT PRICES ADV. IN TOOK OCA, .,.6 ;:

2 POWDERS 5' Marvin Brewer; 1256. Bearer Street. We Deliver-We Also Pill All Doctors'Presecipt4ees" ;.

This I is a SPECIAL SALE ONE DAY ONLY MOohnihe Street. Mrs. Viola Williams; 731
11111 U Robert L. Cummings; 6111 Pabokee.
Davis Avenue;
en FRYERS. No .ai.R.t these price*. 12 POWDERS 25 Flicker Avenue. Mrs. Nettie M. Tonng- Dixie Pharmacy ji

Lucius Armstrong; 1450 blood; 7906 Nevada St.

SUGAR CURED HAMS 24 POWDERS 490 Prince Street. diaries A. Hardaway Jr. ; 1302 KiBis Read at Myrtle AIMHPktfiis r.t1
39S Clyde L. Wesley; 1424 N. 3837 St. Augnstine Road.

H.!f crWh.-Avf.wtiffct 10 h 12U*. Myrtle Arenae. Mrs. Ella Washington; EL 3-5597-98 .

Watch to WMM's{ Gftihsl (Gospel! Jack Smith; 994 W. Ashley 1226 Wigaore Street. WI u

[ : .:rJi! rriKlVC Street. Mrs. Rosa L. Brown; PAY YOBR ii siviiEi''in: iitEPNi: !

WJXT ChMMl 4 Every Sn ty, 9:30 .... ( 000. Mrs. Louise Brown; 1623 1304 Dell wood Arena
f 1 Logan Street. Mrs. Virginia Stone BILLS AT 8ii Sim

Spusirii ki Prulir Hut Harkits I- S Mrs. Clande If. Shorter; Merritt; 1474 Grothe St.

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JAX Atlanta Life Insurance Company's district home office officials and ,
off1ce' successfully ,hosted the recent Alabama- Center photo "Family delegates in session. Gail Saunders, Charles J. Greene, Birmingham, Birml ham, Ala. Platform guests from left are:
: Night" centered
Florida Regional Conference with the four-day children of around Ala district manager. Back ro.w from left: A. B. Chr .atopher, Charles Ifaxweil, supervisor,
session taking place in Clara White Mission Atlanta Life's employes, Front row Francis Aikens, Constance Johnson, Venda R. Mobile Ala. : Acblph Lovett, supervisor, Miami;
from left: P. w. Pronthro
auditorium A. E. Christopher, assistant agency Ann Alexander and Sandra Saunders. Fix right: Agency Charles W. Greene, public relations director;
Young Cheryl e and Sandra Muse
director and Manager M. V. Young serving as Michael Humphrey, director P. W. Prothro congratulates keynote Jax District Manager U. V. Young and E. L. Simon,

directors of the conference. Photo left shows Edith Dwight Leo Calhoun Jr., Ronald\ Young, speaker M. R. Rich, master sales supervisor, F.L.II.I. general auditor-director.

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Walter Memorial Wootfiawn Presbyterian New ttaton's Concert \

To Host Bishop CHURCH NOTESBY Slated For April 26

Shaw SundayBishop Members of the Stanton

L.N. PFAPSON. SR. graduating class Jf 1933
Herbert Bell
Shaw. Presiding Bishop. The United PresbyterianChoir met in the library of

3rd Episcopal District of will rehearse Fri- New Stanton Monday night
the African with Principal CharlesD.
Methodist day night April 19 at
Episcopal ZIon Church 8:00 p.m in the West- Brooks and made fur-

will preach at Walter minister Hut. All membersare ther plans for their Celebrantsa-
Memorial Sunday morningat thirty-year reunion.
asked to attend and
11 o'clock.Sunday
be on time. Fred Wesley Cochairmanof
School begins at
Church school will begin the group presidedin
9:30 with Miss Amy Mor-
Sunday April 21 at the absence of Dr. W.
land superintendent in
10:00 a.m. in the George W. Schell Jr. class
charge and the staff of
Washington Carver Flemen- president. The activities -
teachers.At .
11 tary School 2854 W. of the 1933
o'clock BishopS 45th Street with T.V, class reunion will include -
will bring the
morning followingan Huger. superintendent in several events, HIS NAME....
charge. among them being a 6

5:30 infant p mVCF Baptisim. Youth The.Morning Worship social with the 'members OFFICERS and Captains of the annual Men's Day committee of St. Stephen AME Church, IT'S REALLY ANANIAS NSffeOtfE!!

Hour with Mrs. Mary LevyIn Service will begin at and their families. have completed plans for the observance which will be held Sunday, April 21 under a but the folks who hare been

charge. 10:55: a.m. The pastor Mr. Brooks heartily daylong series of activities. Standing back row from left are: C. Boyd J. Hougabook, riding his New Deal Cab

7 p.m.--The Rev. R.L. Rev. Franklin D. Wilson welcomed the group and J. 0' Neal, H. V. Johnson, R. Holmes, J. Pierce, D. Gibbs, M. Genwright J. Howard, 15 Night for these past

Rogers, pastor of Walter will preach the sermon. indicated his strong J. l9. Williams, front from left: L. W. Howard Jr. John Howard R. H. Polite J. six weeks Just call him

Memorial will deliver the The United Choir will approval of having Miss PaulineN. Davis, Rev. J. S. Johnson, pastor; Rev. L. W. Howard Sr. W. R. McIntosh, "TUyas. Mr. Newsoae lives

Evening message. support the rites with Ruth Stewart, one of the L.E. Session, J. C. Terrell H. L. Belling and J. S. Genwright chairman. A. Lawson at 1631 West 34th Street

Choir II and Usher Board C.F. Simmons Jr. at the '33 graduates Whose fameas is co chairman, not shown with R. Holmes, general chairman. and is a lifetime memberof
a soloist is nationwide -
fl will serve throughoutthe piano. (Royal Art Studio Photo) the Friendly Baptist
day. Organists will There will be a congre- and who is now an Church. He is the fatherof

be Mrs. Vera J Rogersand gational meeting Sundayat instructor at Texas Spring Tea Church Of Christ District Ushers three young children

12:05 p.m. immediately Southern University in FAMU Educational Ananias Jr., ale 7; Velda
Cass Shootes Jr.
Set SundayAt Written In Heaven Plan Florida
Houston sing a special
Monday night. 7 p.m.-- after the Morning Victoria who is 5 and Pa-
WOrship Service. All mem- number at the commence- Sunday will be observedas tricia Anne Just 3.
Chairman Board
of Trustee Normal
Mt. Zion Day Course OfferedAll
is asking all Trustees to bers are asked to attend. ment exercises on June Pastoral Day'at the Nlyas is really a careful
t meet in the Church Base- Business of vital im- 6. Mrs. Ida Chisolm of Church of Christ Writtenin Annual Florida Normal safe driver. In fact fen
ment. portance.If Mrs. Lucretia H. Wil- 1536 Jefferson St. will Heaven, 1434 Kings Day will be celebratedby person Interestedin he was in school he was

Tuesday night Prayer absence makes the liams, the 1963 June entertain a Spring Team Rd., Bishop J.C. Blakely the District Ushers enrolling in Educa- Captain of the School Boy

and class meeting with heart grow fonder how class sponsor, said that Sunday afternoon in behalf pastor. Union of the Fast tion 508, 'Advanced Edu- Safety Patrol for all of

Clarence Belton in some people must love the 353 prospective of the Auxiliary Sunday School will begin Florida and bethany Bap- cational Psychology, Jacksonville. Because he

charge. the church.Stork graduates look forward Board of Mt. Zion AME at 10 a.m. with Mrs.C. tist Association Sundayat offered by Fla. ASM uni- still believes In safety

Thursday night, 7:30 with great anticipationto Ch\{!'ch. McClendon superintendent 3 p.m. in Mt. Calvary versity, for continuanceof they've made him an

Choir II rehearsal. NoteMr. having the class of Program highlights will in charge Baptist Church. university studies, Honorary Member. So, wbeo

Saturday 5:20 p.m. 1933 add dignity to the include: Bishop Blakely will deliver Mrs. M.K. Heard presi- are requested to contact you call for Niyas New-
commencement exercises. sent will preside and Mrs.' Ruth M. some and his New Deal Cab
Choir 2 rehearsal. and Mrs. Henry Invocation Mrs. C.S. the morning wor-
White of Roth Drive are This final activity of Williams; scripture ship sermon. Choir 1 and Rev. F. M. Hill host 76d-5571. you know you'11 get proot

LEO'S SHOE REPAIR receiving felicitationsfrom the school year will be Mrs. R.V. Webster: Board 1 will serve pastor' is the Association The class, starting on service and a safe ride.

their many friends held at the Jacksonville reeding. Miss Sylvia throughout the day. Mrs. s moderator.A April 29th will be heldon

Shoe Repairing over the April 13th Civic Auditorium at Johnson; alphabet reading Dortha Blakely will accompany program featuring Monday and Tuesday B. lure to witch our half

birth of a 7 pound 12 night. W.C. Drake and Miss the rites at the prominent religious, nights from 6 until 8:30 flour show Sundty mornings
Of Any KindIs I H. Present at the reunion Myra Guyton. piano. civic lay and educa- in Room 109 at New Stan- at ':JO OH Channel 4, ft*.
ounce sonwayne
Solo. Mrs. Cornelia Y.P.C.Z. tional leaders will enhance ton Senior High School. luring Ken Knight.
White. meeting were the follow- will meet at
Our Only Business Mrs. White is the ing persons: Mrs. Margaret Archie; reading. Miss 6 p.m. with Mrs. S.M. the event. Cost of the course is
Sim- Antionette Nelson introduction Much interest is focused $36.00. Dr. Nebraska NEW DEAL
former Miss Betty Baker Wilson, ; Brown and teachers in
845 Florida. Avenne mons. George Mackey., Mrs. of speaker, charge. Evening worship on this year's Mays at associate pro- CAB
program and its many fessor at Fla. A&M University COMPANY
Christine Bartley Mrs. W. B. Stewart by starts at 8 p.m. .
Shepherd. Mrs. Marie Mrs. Lillian Smalls; re- VIsitors are always supporters are urged to will be the in- .eeess,

MEET YOUR FRIENDS Brown Coffee. Mrs. Helen .marks. Rev. W.P. Poster welcome.. increase their pledges
from the Northeast
expected -
AT THE Pihkney McLaughlin Mrs. host pastor. Board
Simpson Florida
Harriett Brazzell Graham Mrs. J.B. Epperson is .
The largest groups in
Mrs. Eva Cobb
Rosier. the Auxiliary president Celebration SundayUsher
'5237 NEW ,KINGS RD. (near 45th St.) Fred Wesley. Joseph and'Miss Elma' McFarlin attendance will be cUed
Board 1 of Simp- Rev. Dr. R.W. Puryea
Adams. George Harris Is the group's reporter.
son Memorial Church will of Florida
\ CONTINUOUS ENTERTAINMENT Mrs Dorothy Oliver Nor- president
celebrate its 40th anniversary Normal is to be .
4 Record Hop Friday and Saturday Night man..Mrs.. Frances Tyson expected ; '1.' .'t.... t- -
Johnson. Mrs. Irene Sullivan Britt Club Plans Sunday at 3:30 on hand.
April 19th 20th pi m. in the church SHEll ; V VS3M ..
Johnson. Raymond Stanton V. S. Trio
9 P.M. UntilAdmission John Joint auditorium.Guest OYSTERS SIR '1.15
Darby. Mrs. Anniversary STANDARD '.t'tIt! .-,
75* Winona Vanderhost pianist will be Will
Britt. Sing SundayIn '
Harold Greene. Others
1 Cornelius Bryant Beck. -..T1N." r.

For Resenration Call EY 4.3236 Joseph C. Hand and Mrs. Tea Here SundayThe appearing on the pro- St. John'sThe ,... ,....... --'

Get rude_-Fobinson Jones. L. D. Britt Club gram includes Mrs. AnnieR. Stanton Vocational BLUE OCEAN BlEAM ... 29e
1 -I will present a joint Williams Poy Singleton Trio will in
appear 59
Miss Shirley Greene SPECKLED f BOUT ....
anniversary Tea Sundayin their first recital Sunday -
observance of the Mrs. Iralene Mays Miss at 7:30 p.m. in St. LARGE MEDIUM $HIIMP a. 'U8

9th unit's 9th year of Sarah Best. W.M. Henry John Baptist Church *.-
organization and Its Glllis. Charles Martin. Rev A.J. Hughes host STEWES STONE CBIB ciaws as 99'

president Mrs. Bertha Miss Jeanette Jenning. pastor.The rtoiura4 P0.m
McCullongh, the event Thomas Walker and Miss program is being

taking place from 3-5 Dorothy Lang. sponsored by Carter T. S&UID 45-
Mrs. Nazerlne Simmons eeo. ,1M.Me ,.u. r.a
p.m. Sunday in the lower Lewis. ,
UPER and Mrs. Mary Gibson are
5 auditorium of Second

Baptist Church. chairman respectively and co, and chairman Mrs. For Quicker Results Consult t I fee World's, Greatest M editim

The program follows:
Pose 0. Roberts 1S- pro- MADAM CAROLYNBORN
:' B. S. CHI lb. VESSM Selection, Amazing gram chairman.
Grace, the club's theme WITH STRANGE Pb ERS TO OVERCOME -
a song; prayer Deacon Rer. Joshua Reddick Is THE POWERS THAT HOLD YOU! Pass

I! Chuck 39t OIL I 100SFU. Isaac Field; introduc- host pastor. t = your troubles ov0r to me and forget

: $5." 0rmm E tion of mistress of Gateway BarracksGateway '' them! There is only one-known for
ceremonies Mrs. N.A. her honesty cerit7 and integrity /
I a ROAST I fad rfer P&1 ftttlfe : Grimes by Mrs. Nadie Veterans Barracks No. 3131 W.W.I.and '" -often. Imitated never duplicated! .

Jones; welcome address Its Ladies Auxiliary will 1 I do not call 4t your home

flAK 'A' SMALL 'J'Ja\ ; Mrs. Lottie Neal Mrs. hold Joint Installation ';: COW E fi K. U BI

Eddie Lee Williams, re- services Numbers Given FppB with Readings t
Saturday. April
[; EGGS '" CHEER 250 1 E -sponse. 20 at 2 p.m. in Grant 87 13 3$ 60 :48 '13 98 23

CA11N1 i tN Solo Mrs. Eddie Lee Memorial AWE Church. MADAM CAROLYN---World greatest psychic Media ad Cfeirltoal advisers Without yo.r
Williams reading Mrs.
: LAKE: mWt : Laura V. Campbell; Introduction All members of the Bar- saying one word, yea will be told year .... the object of your visit everytkis
a- racks and Auxiliary are you wish to know if you are at,kin' the truth on all affairs of life ..U.....
: of speaker
S KISKY Deacon'Lee Bryant by urged to be present since advice separation, divorce. work changes' see Madam Carolyn today. Have ye a

5 I FRESI GIEEHLwWi e Bailey Williams. Solo local and State officialswill problem that to yon seems too heavy a bardeOT YOU owe it to yourself to seek a !Yelping -

: 390 : Mrs. Mattie R. Brown; be In attendance. band! Thy go through life 1mhaw7 ala you can hare your greatest wish materialized -

1 i SUGAR 401ll. E I remarks by the president Veterans mothers sisters only through this crest Psychic. BOOB -8a.m. to 1 p._, Closed all dajr oa

wrCabbage; : and closing remarks by daughters and Wednesday -open all day Sunday. SATISFACTION OLUAftTSa' ) OK NO rIB."Madam Carolyn! I 11 I

\ i f KM if MTI f4 !I Mrs. Rosa Lee Glass, widows of W.W.I. veterans 1628 LEU TURNER ROAD Till UtE FOREST # 21 Rot off at Im AH.

and Rev. J.C. Ems may ecure memberships Beware of imposters copying: name and aid Cbnsalt reliable median that taM been
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FAMUs Drill Team Film Premiere Spotlights Sports Greats Advanced Admissions Pepsi Cola Hosts Conference Dr. StewaM

Caphres Area Meet Program PlannedST. Addresses FAMU

Hour Slci.tyTALLAHASSEEIappa
t National Societyof nouncement of an Ad-

vanced Admissions ,.
Pershing Rifles at y' Y { r .Y yi { Nw.
; Florida A. and M. University Programs for high Iota Chapter of the

recently school graduates was Alpha Kappa Mu National -

journeyed to Fort made at Gibbs Junior Honor Societyhere

Rucker, Ala. and par- College this week. at Florida A. sad

ticipated in the annual Mrs. J. R. Clarke, M. University cited

drill meet of the College Dean of Instruction s. the 130 stadents making

Pershing Rifles Sixth said pro- the honor roll daring
spective June graduatesof
Regiment. the first trimester
schools will
Other uni.ts com- 5 eceatly.
have the to
peting in this meet Eight neophytes were
begin college early by
were Florida State inducted into the

University, Talla- enrolling in a special honor society during

aassee; Stetson University instructional program its 14th annual Honors
this that will
Del and ; Convocation on the
14 and ends
begin June
Louisiana State University A.and M. campus in

Baton Rouge; July 26. Lee Hall.
w. In commenting on the
Tulane University and Appearing as guest
Mrs. Clarke
Loyola University, program speaker for the occasion -
said, "this will enable
New Orleans; and the was Dr. Willies
students who are making
University of Southern B. Stewart, presidentof
plans for regular enrollment -
Mississippi, Starkville. Edward Waters Col-
in September to WASHINGTON D. C.---The U. S. State Department
At the 1962 meet, lege, Jacksonville. He
commence their studies reception here for Presidents of United Negro
Florida A. and M. Uni- called upon the stu-
versity was victoriousin FIRST PRINT of a new film produced by the Miller Brewing Co. as a salute to earlier and earn 9 College Fund schools provides the background for dents to make plansand

the fancy drill com- the achievements of the Negro athlete in the world of sports is discussed ata semester hours of this group. Left to right are James R. Smathers use them wisely.

petition. Louisiana recent premiere showing in Chicago. From left to right are Charles Linder, Mrs." Clarke announcedthat United Negro College Fund; Dr. Whitney Young, "We are living in a

State University e- regional territory representative for Miller, Walter S. Driskill, directorof fees for students J. National Urban League; Harvey C. Russell, vice rapidly changing world

merged victorious at the marketing for Miller, and Ozzie Simmons, president of the Varsity Club intending to enroll president, Pepsi-Cola Company; and Lieutenant where we are competing

1963 meet. of Chlcagp. More than 100 civic leaders, sportsmen and representatives of the regularly in Gibbs Commander Dennis Nelson, U.S.N. with each other," he
f press were guests of Miller at a special showing of the new movie. Titled Junior College for the
Miss Faye Boyd of pointed out. "Only
"Sportraits in Ebony," the film is devoted exclusively to Negro athleteswho advanced program will Returning FAMU Players Slated
Pensacola accompaniedthe those who can achieve
have achieved fame and eminence in their chosen sports. The movie is now require only $15 for the "
unit to Fort Rucker For Honors Received In Europe solidly can survive,
available free of charge for showing before social, civic, fraternal and summer school fee.
and added much to the he related. He was introduced -
church groups. (The Florida STAR has made arrangements for a Free May Showing Other persons not involved TALLAHASSEE---Florida A. and M. Universitywill
meet by her presence.Her by FAMU President -
regal march through of the Movie here in Jax with the Miller High Life Brewing Company. ) in the special honor its 12-member overseas touring George W. Gore

program geared to troupe upon its scheduled arrival here from
the spinning rifles Jr. founder, past
during the units' Fla. A & M's Trimester System t Volusia College regular enrollees would Europe; this__ weekThe .. presidentand now na-

Exodus March"' brought have to pay $53. FAMU Playma 'ers Brooke, Attorney Generalof tional secretary-

audible gasps from the Opens April 24 To Hew Students Sponsors SeminarDAYTONA 2 RattUrs Ink are returning from an the State, will of be Massachusetts the- treasurer of AKM.

spectators. BEACH -- Mem eight-week tour of mili- guest speaker. Founded in 1937 whileDr.
TALLAHASSEE---Recent high school graduateswill bers of the Industrial Pro Grid Nets tary installations
Cadet Captain Isiah in Gore was dean of
have the to their college Sit Ins CloseCafeteria
opportunity begin -
Education Club of Europe which
James of Madison com- Camp- TALLAHASSEE---Head was arranged Tennessee A. and I.

mands Company C-6, and work on April 24 at Florida A. and M bell High School, under Coach Ralph J. Sazio of by the American State universityit is

Cadet M/Sgt. Elgin University as the institution begins its third auspice of the Voca- the Hamilton Tiger- Educational and Theatre the United Association ,'LSI) listed in Saiidla

Chatman trimester of operation on that date. tional Division of Vo- NEW ORLEANS -- The
of Jackson-
Cat Football Club of Service Organization for Manual, the official
ville commands the semester to September lusia County Community the Canadian Football cafeteria of Louisiana
Traditionally, the the United States De-\
has blue book for American
College, left 'recentlyfor State University
drill platoon. captain university has restricted entrance.The League signed two ex- partment of Defense.The .
Tallahassee where been closed Indefinitelyas fraternities and
Cephus Rhodes of admission of 'third trimester, Rattler linemen during tour originally
they participated in the was a result of two days sororities. It was officially -
Apalachicola and Pfc mid-term high school which begins April his recent tour of the planned for seven weeks
first annual state-wide of sit-ins initiated by admitted to
{ Abbpetty Johnson of who completed 24, will be divided Into South. but due to the tre-
industrial education New Orleans CORE. membership by the Na-
Eufaul a,Al a.are faculty their work too two terms. The Center Curtis Mirandaof mendous reception by the
Prompting the sitinswas tional Association of
competitions held in con
h advisors to both the late to enter at the first term will closeon the '61 squad, and members of the American
nection with the Florida refusal of the College Honor Societies
II company and its drill beginning of the second Saturday, June 15, guard Burney Adams of Armed Forces and their
State Federation of Industrial manager to serve a Negro in 1952. Dr. Gore is
A platoon. and classes for the the '62 squad agreed families the tour was
studentwho of the
Club meeting on pre-medical president
second term will begin to terms with the extended an additional
April 5 and 6.Representatives. had come, along with NACHS.
on Tuesday, June 18, Canadian club. Coach week by the U.S. Depart-
other students to
and through Satur- Sazio said he plansto ment of Defense. i
Record run ticipating in such competitions the university's medical
day, August 10. areLarry use Miranda as a Director S. Randolph school facilities.When Signed By Skins

New students are expected middle line backer and Edmonds and his group
to arrive on Brown brick masonry; Adams as an offensive are to be honored along he pulled the Negro HALFBACK Johnny Sample !11{
Wesley Thomas, Radio and with the classes ending out of line, two of was acquired by the '
:! on April 24. Admission guard.
campus TV Repair; Artemus in three and the class the cafeteria workers Washington Redskins from .
examinations Three other Rattlersof
Cooper, Carpentry; and of '38 during the alumni wanted to know why. the Pittsburg Steelers .1
students and the '62 squad and
r' Wi for new Lorraine Tomlin, Beauty luncheon at 12:30 p.m. "You two go out back!" last week. Semple rateda
and new one from the '61 squad
Culture. Contestants in Friday. the manager ordered. possessor of all a-
i r'i student orientationwill Mechanics were: John have inked pro con- They will share the 'You don't know how to round football skill is

be held April 25. Wright and Leon Sheltonwho tracts for the '63 spotlight with the be treated as human described by 'Skins ,

Registration will be were Judged for performances season. Halfback Bob graduating seniors at beings: I have to treat Coach Bill McPeak as

i held Friday and Satur- in two divi- Paremore and tackle President and Mrs. you like animals." The being at his peak, Mc- '

day, April 26-27, and sions: Engine Tuning or Alfred Rogers signed .Gore's reception at outcome was that 25 of Peak adding that Staple

__ classes will meet for Electrical Trouble with the St. Louis their home Sunshine the 26 cafeteria workers should be around for 1

the first time Monday, Shooting and Gas Mix- Cardinals of the National Manor, Friday at 7:30 went ON -STRIKE. several more years.

;'> April 29.Students. ture. Football League p.m.

will be allowed State competitions in and fullback Hewritt Special recognition will BCC's 1963DAYTONA Grid Slit

f. to carry a Automobile Mechanics, Dixon signed with the be paid the thespiansthe !

maximum of nine hours were sponsored by the Denver Broncos of the next morning at nine BEACH---According to Jac"Cy"McClairenthuneCookaan
during the commencement athletic director at Be College,
each half of the tri- American Football
.,a a v.. mester. League. exercises in Lee Hall. their 1963 Football Schec ule will be as follows:

I. The Honorable Edward HOMES GAMES: September 21, Lane College; October
L. A. Teams'nLCCIIlNG Supporters
".S 12, Morris Brown College <(([homecoming) 2:30 p.m. ;

'' _& Vets Warned November 8, Fort Vallc!y State College; and

November 30, Allen Uni versity, GAMES AWAY:
Over Lapsing
September 28, South Carolj ins State College; Octo-

I ber 5, Albany State Collej;e; October 19, Benedict
JUST LIKE'THAT! -Felix Torres (right) points { Of f InsuranceThe
College, Jacksonville (Gator Bowl); November
I to number on new teammate Bob Sandowski's uni-
16, Claflir College; November[ 23, Florida
habit of "ridingthe
form (15) which was the number of games Torres
A. and M. Uni'Mrsi ty.
hit safely in last year to set a new record. r 31-day grade period'has f -

the Los Angels Angels. caused the lapseof
GI insurance policiesfor MjnlWHATIlH 1 1 1 1
a many hundreds of
GOODSON CLEANERS Announces the Opening of a New veterans in recent

Branch Office at 5504 Avenue B. "Come Where You VeteransAdministration
years, the
Can Get Quality Cleaning at Budget Prices. 4 s + said
i ''At"i5--
--> Free Pickup Delivery Service. sJVtf i *. .'**-

E Too many veterans on I Teem
"grace period"

forget their final dead-

lines, and eventuallyallow .; every
their policies to

niK lapse, often at a time tingling

when their dependentsneed time!

protection the -. .
most, B. J. Gannon, j.' ,
WHY IT 5 IJ '; '
Officer in Charge, VA 1'r .
COMMITTEE Famed showman Danny Thomas (right). Joins SENTINFL Office, Jacksonville, -

PUBLISHER Leon H. Washington Jr. (center) and City Councilman Gilbert said.

> .,... Lindsay, during official welcoming of Dodger and Angels baseball teams during Gannon advised veterans -

>L. the reception in their honor held recently in City Hall. to sake up that 1

-" Track monthly payment that
> WHEN YOU ARE ILL II several trackmeets they may be running

', scheduled to be behind, even if they
held at VSC this spring have been making their

'" You Seek The Best Doctor the NCAA regional meet payments each time f4ihtor

When Your Doctor prescribesGet will be held in Rogers during the grace period.

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'11<:. 'V. ENGLEWOOD' CLIFFS. N. J.---Chavez Ravine, home
:tr" .:: .v'.... .J! JACKSON, Miss. "Big NEW YORK CITY (AM)
vs of the
Los Angeles Dodgers rocked to this
: John" Merritt's Another Wilt Chamberlain -
;: chant in 1962 whenever bite-sized Jackson
..1 in answer toa a shortstop State College went about ? Well Lou Alcindora
query from the Uni- stepped to the plate to face opposition pitchers.
I 7 foot, 1% inch sopho-
.f the task of finding replacements -
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..;......"> t)'#yo"a. 'A, 1, A versity of Kentucky con- The subject or this had told me IC-years ago for men lost mo re. for Power High
/'i" cerning Tech's attitude 4 bfY hysteria was of that I would become a
i one pro- School cay well be.
from his 1962 national
; : :}?:;'i: .3 toward -playing racially fessional baseball's switch hitter I would Negro champion football The 15-year old phenom

: integrated teams on a smallest men 5' 10" have questioned his team with unusual calm is certain to be a tar-

home-and-home basis, 160-pound Haury Wills, mentality. last week get of college recruiters -
a> despite rumors -
Athletic Director Bobby But had to teach
no one nation.
who across the
during the 62 base- that this coach who
Dood said last week that Maury to run. Bragen, of 89
ball season used his has dropped but three
WILLIE MAYS.. the Georgia Board of dazzling now Milwaukee Braves in two-season in the classroom, so he
annual wage $105.000 speed to set an games a
Regents will permit er marvels atrJ
manager, will have no trouble in
= amazing record of 104 skein may be leavingthe
Georgia Tech to n sF ; """""" '
play ,-, getting his diploma in
Philadelphia's Tribune .. "; local institution
sports editor Claude E. integrated athletic stolen bases. His total .

Harrison Jr. in a recent article, revealed a teams in Atlanta.It M surpassed that of 96 ''f' .''. Under Merritt' s regime 1965.
Lou is one of the three
complete breakdown of Willie nays' salary, roundly was reported thatin thefts, compiled by Ty Jackson State has won tan players named to the

reputed to be the highest paid star in organized the past, the Pegentsbad Cobb in 1915. back-to-back SWAC cham-
All-American high school
baseball. an unwritten policy EH TUNNELL Wills has made up for pionships, losing to

Estimated to be that both Georgia and what he lacks in size, Southern and Fla. A&M team selected by Parade
Yankees, $45,000.Orlando Magazine. The others are
NEW YORK---Former all- during the 62 season
$105,000 Georgia Tech could com- with fierce determina-
a year, Har-
Robert Lewis
Cepeda, San Washington
rison said pete against integratedteams pro defensive back tion to succeed in.major and a loss again to
a breakdownof .
D. C. and
Francisco Giants, Edgar Lacey,
Emmett Tunnell, who Southern last year but
Mays' away from home but league baseball. In his
wages over a
Los Angeles.
six-months season's $47,000; Maury Wills, not in Georgia. retired from the game book, 'It Pays ToSteal" ,- winning the Orange Bios-;

period shows: $3. 480' Los Angeles Dodgers Kentucky it was revealed In 1962 to serve as aNew to be publishedby _MAURY WIlLS son Classic from Florida's Catholic Alcindor was High voted School the

$47,000; Minnie Minoso, is considering York Giants scout, Prentice-Hall on May Wills rise to stardom. Rattlers to win the mythi-
weekly; $16,700 per Athletic Association'smost
month and $615 per Washington Senators, recruiting Negro ath- will also serve as an 20th, he writes, "You That he came along ata cal chenpionship. valuable player. He
$37,000; Leon Wagner, time when the week
adding Mays' letes for its sports assistant coach during don't have to be blessed emphasisin Spring drills last led Power to a 25-0 sea-
Los Angeles Angels, baseball is on POWER, spotlighted 6-2, 196
teams. the club's with
takes home more money a pre-season size or great son and the team has a
$37,000; Al Smith and defied one and all pound quarterback Bennis
The Kentucky question- training period. strength to compete on
week than the average I record of 29 straightover
Baltimore orioles, with his speed, is Crenshaw from Mobile
naire asked Tech: Giants' head Coach an equal basis with two
totals in
wage earner $35,000; Earl Bettej,. of the most remarkableaccomplishments who throws a football
one Would you play against Allie Sherman said that larger boys. It's what There are many playerswho
year. Minnesota Twins of like a baseball. (A few
from in addition to Tunnell have inside
Trailing in the away your you that consider Lou aheadof
Mays $35OOOJunior Gilliam, modern baseball. days before this articlewas
own campus? being a welcome addition cou nts Chamberlain when Wilt
salary bracket are: Los Angeles Dodgers Will's superior accomplishments written Crenshawlet
Would you play against to the staff. .. Born the son of a Washington was a sophomore at Over-
Hank Aaron, Milwaukee $33.00o: Vada pinson, Negroes on your own added, 'He has a D.C. Baptist have been Southern's Jaguar brook High School in
Braves, $70,000. Other Cincinnati Reds more than recognized by Cats down with one hit Philadelphia. Wilt him
? minister
campus Brilliant football Maury played the sports world. As a
top salary figures show $30,000; Bill White., Would you continue to brain and should be of sandlot ball in the result of his record- as he score Jackson'slone self has been impressedby

Frank Robinson, Cin- St. Louis Cards. schedule Kentucky if great aid to our play- Nation's Capital, and he breaking 1962 season, 'he run). Alcindor's develop-

cinnati Reds, $65,000; $30.000: ; Juan Marchlal. Negroes played? ers, especially to the recalls that "we didn't has been voted the When talking about his ment.
National League's Most As freshman Lou had
Ernie Banks, ChicagoCubs a
Merritt sounds
Giants $29,000 and Dodd stated, "After rookies and second have any equipmentnoteven Valuable Player and was tackles.
$65,000; Roberto Tommy Davis Dodgers hearing from our officials men." gloves like thosemy off "We've got the beat nothing
year awarded the $10,000diamondstudded great height in his
Clemente Pittsburgh
29000. we answered own boys have today. tackles we've ever had.
yes Tunnell, who played Hickok favor. But he has come
.Pirates, $55+000; Bill all three questions. Later Heading the six feet array -
to when I competedin
Pitches Ko Hitter i4 football-- belt as Trofessional into his own. In the
-1ears pro
Bruton, Detroit Tigers, In conclusion, he said, the playground lea- Athlete of the Year." are Ben Magee, already CHSAA tournaaeot finals
GRAMBLING La. -- A 12 with the Giants
$40,000, and Elston This means of course, gue, they had to furnishus Other awards include tagged as a top against St. Francis Prep
unsmiling lefty 2 with the Tlreen Bay
Ho ward. New yorkAIIIIs' we would not only play with bats and balls." being chosen "Athlete pro prospect. Magee was the talented Alcindor
answering to.the name of Packers--had: his best
Kentucky at home or Before he first donneda of. the Year" by the the 6'4" 240-pound scored 15 points mostlyon
Alex Pero and who in 1953 when as a
away, but any other team season Dodger uniform in 1959 Associated Press and dynamo selected on a dunkers, took downed
weighs 150
lien only pounds that uses Negroes on the leading NFL safetyman Maury spent eight-years "Major League Playerof national newspaper's All 14 rebounds and blocked

..soaking _wet, pitched same basis." he gained more playing with one minor the Year" by THE America eleven. TIME eight shots.
Grabbling to a no-hit 6- in defense than league club after
ground an- November 30
SPORTING NEWS. magazine ( College fans may do
On Sum Jones 1 victory over Wiley other. In "It To
* * any offensive back or Pays Facing a 1963 season 1962) said Magee "al- well to file away Al-
College last week in the Steal, he describesthis
end for New York. In which he will be ready has the instinctsof cindor's nllle for future
LOS ANGELES Although second game of a double- apprenticeship, and "
Manager Bill Rigney has header. Davis Cup Potential i l ? the thousands of miles "the man to stop for a pro. reference.

yet to make his final every major league club
The classy sophomore spent abroad buses
decision, pitcher Sad fanned 13 batters in his traveling the United Wills admits that his IMPERIAL SUNDRIES

Sam Jones, now with the seven stint and faced States and Mexico. record-breaking season Patent Medicines' Domestics
will be a "tough act to
Los Angeles Angels on a onlu 23 batters. Maury credits Bobby
conditional basis from Bragen. his manager follow" and questions, All Leading Hair Preparations

Detroit had Rigney WitiM Offered during a 1958 tour with 'what can I possibly" do Car. BROAD & ASHLEY EL 4-2159

smiling during spring : Spokane. a a being the for an encore.,
training. MiseHic Post man cost rPc'ibie; for

During the two-inning DETROIT Track queen 4. SSayw Ills success. It was

exhibition against the Wilma Rudolph has been Bragen who taught Wills CHAMPIONSHIP AAA

Boston Red Sox, Jones offered the post of :o bat from either side

gave up two walks but special public relations of the plate. As Uaury

struck out the same ambassador with the International recalls, "If someone BASEBALLJACKSONVILLE

number of men. Said Fig- F. and A.

n ey, "I wouldn't say M. Masons here. Fla. A&M Cadets

yet he's made the club, The announcement was BASEBALL PARK .
made during an informal
but the first two curves End Pre-Summer
press conference and /
he threw to Jerniganwere luncheon as part of a THE urtiRNAnoruu WGUE eEra+ANt WIHHIHG
like the kind he prepared brochure headed Training Slate I
used to throw in the old

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Entertained WMM Riprts Ilill "Celebrity Day" CelebrantsHARRY Y NAACP Pickets ThiiBiff5kIiftIui OPEN FIR BUSINESS

The VelilcarolettesBridge FOR BETTER VALUES in
Club was enter- Beaten By Beyfriead Are Arrested Ftr New & Used Purai tIre,
tained recently in the Y yesseNrS Clothing, Shoes. and

home of Mrs. JacquelynHall. IB JacksoR other liquidated stock
Miss Annie Ruth Johnson
Mrs. Hall served Duval
tasty refreshments of 22, of 1214 Logan St. JACKSON, lliss. Four Cash or EZ-Tenas.
Liquidation Co., 1053
more NAACP boycott
told police Tuesday that
fried chicken, macaroni
s pickets were arrested on Broad St., near Daylight
salad garnished with her boyfdend Joe Nathan
>:L downtown Capitol Street. Market. Phone 3565634Your
lettuce and tomatoes, beat her with a broom
Arrested were Arverna Patronage Welcomedl
rolls candy peanutsand handle during an argu- V r e .
soft drinks. The ment She was later __ Adams. Jimmy Armstrong.

hostess gave lovely treated at Duval Medical *' .rF Frank Dickey and Austin
r Moore III, all natives
Center and released.
prizes to the following s
e of and stu-
victors of two roundsof During the incident Mississippi
bridge: ifrs. Juanita the victim said Nathan 1 f '-w:. ; wb dents at Tougr.loo

Taylor, first prize; Mrs. tried to push her across Southern Christian Col- \i
LLi. :
Jeanette Boggs second the bannister of a porch lege.

prize; and Mrs. Marjorie and then drew a gun on The charge was .ob-
the sidewalk"an tit.
Gilmore, guest prize.; her and another boy before structing -,
offense punishable by
The following members departing.
six months in Jail each
were present: Mrs. Lou- Patrolmen Marion L. SAMUEL C. JONES
and $500 fines apiece.
venia Newman Mrs. Lillian Massey and W.A. Harris 8a
yJ Witnesses say the side- Samuel Cecil Jones 19.
Mrs. Lor- said
Steward Nathan had departed .
is being held on suspicion 2a
walks were clear 'and the
Mrs. Vivian -
raine Daniels by the time they reached
k which lasted of petty larcenyand
Byrd Mrs. Lillian the scene of the nci- picketing .
Davis, Mrs. Alveria dent. MARKOWITZ (standing in background extreme left) owner of Miami's only a few minutes, was shoplifting from a JUST CALL
popular Hampton House hosted Davis orderly. Between 75 and local downtown department I.
Robinson. Mrs. Ernestine Sammy Jr. (seated center). Jack Car-
Poole. Miss Martha Perry * ter, Dick Shawn Mark Mathews tournament director at West View Cbuntry 100 Jackson city police which reportedly HIM "JONESY"SOLOMON

and Mrs.. Juanita, Isaac. _Club's recent Celebrity Day. were involved in the occurred Monday.An .
--" ---
The next meeting} will be Statewide Contest Award Winners Top ReporterJoins arrests. employe of the store L. JONES has
held Saturday. April 20. The arrests marked told police he saw Jones been driving a New Deal

in the home of Mrs. ft 4 $ NBC another round in the with his belt unfastened Cab for 17 years, so

Isaac. I four-month-old Jacksonantidiscrimination approaching. When the you've probably ridden with

News Stiffs boy- employe tried to ques- him lots of tlo s. Many of

cott which is levied a- tion Jones. Jones pulled you Jacksonville citlz QS
DA Plan
Dragons ,T -, gainst 127 business away and the following are personal friends of

r ;:: ji s :- establishments, 17 are items were found on him: his so you know "that he
r fa r One pair of men's shoes lives at 1725 Calhoun
Final Record Hop ri' members of national
chains. valued at $24.95 one Street with his wife

Douglas .An derson' s I17 Ir ;r r Leaders threatened to men's tie clasp, value Prances, and their ten-
1 -4 old in the home
year son
Dragons will climax the make the boycott a $1.50. Total value of he bought while working

final of their first "permanent institution' itesm. $26.45.Officers for New Deal.

six-weeks series of x unless their demands are S.A. Limbaughand "JONESY" has quite a

Record Hops Monday met. namely, equality in B.F. Baxter investi- safety record with New

night. April 22 startingat hiring and promotion, gated.
Deal. He has aa 11-year
8 o'clock in the ___:: desegregation of store safety button, which Beast

school gymnasiumPppular TEAGUE facilities use of that he has driven that
teejay Lewis ps
courtesy titles and long without an accident.Mr. .
Barnes will be at the service first
on a come- Jones is very activein
controls. Since their '. ...' :V""",,". first served basis. The
fiJ/ ''' ; ..'-L"", "' NEW YORK Milwaukee civic and social affair
are six-more weeks yet ;' $ native Robert Teague is effectiveness of the In Jacksonville. He is

to be programmed the r kinOUTh:j .'.I.1 :: -i. '" :-1 one of the four former boycott is estimated at president of the James

Dragons are urging the .ON TO DF.TROITI---Stanton! Vocational High School students Edgar New York dailies reporters about eighty percent. Weldon Johnson Parent-

students and friends to Mack and Roland Lane were declared winners in the Auto Mechanics who joined the The boycott movement, Teachers Association and is

help make the Monday division of the statewide first ainual Florida Industrial Educational staff of NBC News this initiated by NAACP youth Vice Chairman of the Tuberculosis -

night affair the most Club' skills contest held recently at Florida A. and M. week William R. Mc- and supported by all Association. He

outstanding in the University. The two men received beautiful trophies and will receive Andrew. Executive Vice other civil rights is an active member of the

series. admission' fee an all-expense paid trip to Detroit, Michigan, where they President NBC News organizations, began lit. Zion AME Church and is

A nominal will compete in the national contest sponsored by the Chrysler announced.. shortly before Christmaswhen an officer of the firewater
will be charged
Corporation.They will be accompanied by their instructor Richard Teague earned a degree a Tougaloo faculty Vote Elect Men's Club.

plenty be of available refreshmentswill McBride. B.en Durham, assistant principal, and T. A. Lang shop from the University of member and his wife and When you want to get someplace -

supervisor, accompanied the group to Tallahassee.Judge's sconsin in 1950 four students picketed J.S. GENWRIGHT on tine and get there

following which he became briefly before being safely remember Mr.
----- ---
ROOSEVELT THEATRE STRAND THEATRENow Advice Better Jobs a reporter- for the arrested by between 50 Solomon L. Jones and New

I Milwaukee Journal and and 100 police and April 30-2nd Primary Deal Cab 196 Day.

thru Sat. For NegroesI for the next six years charged with "obstruc
Tues. Showing
Now Showing thru
Is Too LateBELLE covered general and ting." Later two more 14.. tine to wttrfwr .... .....I'It.
.. thaw
MIAMI---Better Jobs for' CITY DEMOCRATIC Sunday nmninRs
sports assignments.After Tougaloo students were 71 9:30 *n CM"i r.: 4, 'fI-
GLADE 'Lo ks here are gradually -
Negroes .
tui:1 r Ken Keihl.I1EW
"DIARY OF A MADMAN" a summer's work arrested on the same COMMITTEEMAN POSTI
like knives are your opening up despitelack
with CBS Radio Teague charge.
i*- downfall--whiskey. and of application bids DEALCAB
With Vincent Price Jeffery Hunter joined the New York am asking my many
drinking Circuit Judge by qualified Negroes, a
Also Times sports department friends of Precinct 3-B COMPANY
Joseph White told Miss civil rights advisory
!and covered the Yankees Beverage Agency to vote for me, won't HIS K...*i l<4 ONI n '.'..11f
AlsoJERRY 5 MILES TO Annie Lee Villiams. 32. committee was told Tues-
lets football Giants you! .... Thanks.
before sentencing her to day.
ind Knickerbockers. He "'
LEWISas Sophia Loren a 20-year prison term Appearing as a witness Suspends 3 Here '* [ ca* w M.
also covered the Pat-
for the knife slaying of before the statewidefact

the and 44-year old Thomas Pober- finding group, Metro terson-Liston heavy State Beverage Direc- = Motley Enterprises!

"DELICATE DELIQUENT" Anthony Perkins son last Feb. 21. Personnel Director weight championship tor Richard B. Keatinghas
I V Harold Freeberg said f i Eh tHe suspended the bev- ( iyONCRIEF
is married to former
"Employment is pickingp erage license of three c ROAD
1L'f1/ Matt Turney. currentlya
for colored peoplebut Jacksonville beverage
& 45th STREET
r fJUu/, dancer with the Mar-
f : they have a long dealers and ordered w
M tha Graham company.
unyetln way to go. _lesser penalties on ED6EWOOD
_- several others in the F


Whit*..... 'he organ HEALTH CAI BS:: GAINED Suspended was the fc

license of Monterey y PO 5.9281
Iterary Club, inc. r JC

KINGFor 422 Broad Street, Jack- r; & .P05.9494 )f

onvllle. Keating ordered -

Spiritual Immediate Medium &Help.Gifted the license held t Plenty of Ice Cold =

for a period of 21 days
Leader Guarantees success
where others tailS! Gives as a result of beverage WATERMELONSURGE =

Advice & help on all law violations.A t .

affairs of life. Mrs. 45-day suspensionwas BAKINGHENS
ordered for Saunders -
King is not a Gypsy.
Service Station, 35C
North Edgewood :
L- Avenue, Jacksonville; ,
& Numbers. Hrs. -
and 14-day suspensionwas GRADE 'A'FRYERS
Closed Wed. p.m. Sun.

\ 12-5 p.m. Bus 21, issues to VPW
Highway 90 E. Post 17909, 6204 Bland- 29C

ing Boulevard.A ,Ib.
5505 Beach Blvd. $200 fine was imposed -

New Beach RoadFTEw against the license : FRESH TURKEYNECKS.

of Instant Food

Nite Club and TV Artist Stores, 7311 Lenox 35C
Talented Stage =
I Ave., 2. 'lb:.
playing new sounds..soulful and stirring A fine of $100 was t

imposed on Lloyd'sBarbeque FIRST COTPork

McDuff Ave. Jackson-!
vlll e. j

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the Edfewood Combo HAIR STYLE
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.- Reid JacksofUr -Reasonable Prices i



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a.. iB&C Iatcr-1549 E. 26th }c ..6: ,

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Her mother her sister?
or after 4 p... $9 n17.Ask ; FRESH CAUGHT BEACH XX

tku Sat. coYpuouo. BOTH ENJOY YOUTHFUL NATURAL-LOOKING HAIR COLON for Hr.Peek El 6-1079 t Xt


Whether you want the excitement of a differenthair PRIVATE c _
shade, or want to give new life to dull or
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.. E06EMy in the famous red package-Godefroy's 3-9942 After 6 p.m.L4J. K
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