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 27, 1963


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


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

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University of Florida
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University of Florida
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VOL 13-NO.1 4 SATURDAY APRIL 27, 1963 15 CENTSMPLAY * * * * *** ** ** * DHV.! Srbtalc. .
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: : Negroes Key To Her Majesty And Court Decision Isletag

CAUSES South"9 Growth, Awaited

Says Hodges The Monday decision of a

,/ 4 Federal court approvingLeon
TALLAHASSEE -- Mincinghis p14F County's grade-a-year

ASONIC BODY SPLIT statements Secretaryof plan to desegregate its
i Commerce Luther Hodges public schools next

" !' iji a speech prepared for September is causing wide-
X t State University'scommencement spread interest this week
J * * * Official i Saturday, in Duval County.

ly-al; Pay For Negro Teackers Assault stated that the South will Local city and county

'" As a never grow up economically officials, parents and

al1' losed By Marion Senator A factional dispute during the Masonic -until qualified it ceases Negroes.Job denialsto others alike are awaitingthe

Grand Lodge session here last week has : federal court decision
AHASSEE---NegrO teachers came in I The former governor of
the Duval
: here regarding
resulted in the filing of criminal charges ,
>r severe degrading by Sen. L.K. Edwards official with rumors that j North Carolina emphasizing school desegregation suit
against one ;
Of( Marion County when the teacher pay- threatening to : Job opportunities now in the hands of the

raise package came up* before the senate, furtherrepecussions are down the middle. for the third successive a U. S. Court.

appropriations committee last Wednesday. split the Order right._.. t ... .. J time in three weeks to s + Although opposed by the
: Southern audiences pointedput NAACP on the grounds that
Edwards argued against As the result of an alleged that a legal move is afoot "For the South this the Leon County School

equal pay for Negro and adding, "they aren't altercation JohnnyH. to have the Grand Lodge madter of better Job opportunities Board's plan was too slow,

white teachers, but, used to making that Goodson filed assault dissolved. for our Negro u. S. Judge Harrold G.

obviously, not too kind of money in my charges against Jesse Lane Gibson ,citizens is an economic Carswell declared "thereis
familiar with the county." and Richard Merritt. inJustice Father no affirmative duty of
necessity, as as a
facts, said: "A Ph.D Edwards said the merit of Peace Sarah I the school board to deliberately -
duty Imposed by our sense :
To -ic
degree from the Uni- pay plan which the Bryan's court. Judge Bryan Spearhead of fairness and right. force the

versity of Florida senate killed last bound Lane over to crimi- "The South can never real- THE; OUFEN OF INDUSTRY Pamela Irvis. left a senio:. mixing of pupils."
nal court under NAACP DriveMIAMI
lea lot differentfrom $1.000 the other hand,
Yet on
week should be restored ize its full potential 'as
at the Wornlngside High School. Statesville. N.C..whe
bond on charges of assaultto
one from Bethune District Court Judge
*'* if $400 raisesare murder and Merritt Rev. Theodore R. long as a substantial por- last week was named "Queen of Industry" at the Nortl lUS
-Cookman College. was H. Meredith two
approved. dismissed.It Gibson, who was recently tion of its population Is Carolina Trade Contest at A&T College. stands witlrunnerups 1 James
Actually, Bethune- The pay-raise package exonerated of a Florida functioning far below its : Barbara Hasty center Chariot. weeks ago ordered full
is reported that Good- '
Cookman does not confer totaling $50.2 mil- state court contempt cita capacity" adding "We N.C., and Linda Halrston, High Point. N.C. integration of Missouri's
son Jumped
the Ph.D degree, nor lion for an across-the- on Worshipful tion by the U.S. Supreme cannot maintain the em-- boothill community public
does any other Negro Institution board Increase of $400.a Grand Master Fred Alex- schools during the
Courtwwill head a spring ployment traditions of a Merchants Cooperation Sought
ander the
in the coun- on stage and
year was written in- campaign here for increased ,- plantation economy and ex- September term.
try; wi th'II- he exception""to tho- cenat e''approprlatlons '- -, '. ;.pulled hinr-to;*said- thejfloo'f.Lane NAACR..eabar.hipjte rP-ct ..to_ be-a"-leader or In Job Hiring; Signs Removal Under the grade-a-year
is then to have
of Howard University bill The campaign, which will reven aT'tfJll\( participant"in also termed the ".tLr-
which recently qualified Wednesday after the pulled Goodson off the get underway May 2, will 4 highly! technical national ST. AUGUSTINE---Urging the Immediate removal step" plan, it will become -

to offer the committee rejected the Grandmaster following seek to recruit 3.000 mem- and international of all signs denoting racial dis- at least 12-full
which Goodson is said to crimination in downtown stores lunch
doctorate in one field.He '
$88 million Florida bers in the Miami branch e co\omy. years before Negro
is quoted as saying, Education Association have ran his hand into his of the NAACP and 500 youth Pulling no verbal punches counters, restrooms and public facilities children start receiving

"t believe in paying proposal favor of pocket.It memberships. The drive Hodges said the wide- and requesting that steps be taken to their rightful share of

qualified teachers, but an amendment off erred is then said that Lane will be under the direc- spread, underemployment of give full consideration to persons seek- public school training now

I've got enough sense by Senator Ed Price allegedly pulled his gun tion of Robert W. Saunders Negroes is one reasou for ing employment regardless of race, the presently denied them.

to know that all teach- of Bradenton.The on Goodson and Bulled the NAACP field secretary for the South's low Income per St. Augustine Branch of the National Association -

ers aren't good teachers. amendment provides trigger three times but Florida.An capita for the Advancement of Colored Police Pickup
." the gun failed to fire. People sent letters to chain store head-
an additional $100 intensive public rela- "Far too many of our
The senator's state- annual raise for Lane denied the charge' tions program is plannedto trained Negro engineersare quarters doing business in the community Shooting SlSJld
that he
ment brings to mind the teachers at the four- attempted to fire increase interest in sweeping floors sort- seeking their cooperation in alleviatingthe
his gun. The STAR learned Thursday
fact that all doctors year level and $50 for the campaign. Letters ing mail and digging problems. *
Charlie Clifford
Reports .further that
aren't good doctors, those who have held reveal emphasizing the themeIt's ditches. Trailed stenogra- Signed by Mrs. P. Fuller- funds granted if present
that five Brown. 28. of 1690 Fairfax
all judges aren't contracts continuously are readyto Dignity Time Again" phers are working as wood branch president, evils are corrected.But .
pull St., remained listed in
good judges, nor are for 10 years. away from the will be mailed to 11 members maids.Trained electriciansare and Mrs. E. Hawkins, secretary the letter did state

,all state senators Sen. Veri Pope of Jurisdiction alleging mis-' organizations and raking leaves and men the protest that if present exigencies critical condition from a
use of burial shotgun wound in the chest
funds and
good state senators.In St. Augustine pushed trained to be draftsmen letters were sent to: continue the organizationwill
which was received following -
one of the most through a proposal Among Five Charged can find Jobs only as con- F.W. Woolworth Co. ; Mc- be forced to take an argument last Sunday

reckless attacks on a for including teachersat struction workers" Hod- Crory-McLellan Stores,, action in seeing no
Police reported.
Negro professional grouc the Florida School With Mt. Herman Mass Attack ges concluded. Inc.; NiP Food Stores; Mc- federal funds are madeto Apprehended the following

Edwards said: "Negroes for the Deaf and Blind Woman Held Donald's Rexall Drug Co.; publicize the city.
with three day after a widespread
Trial of two men charged In closing, the communi-
can get any kind Service Drugs Wallgreen
at St. Augustine in others in the 14 of search by police was
Sept. rape a woman Followil'C"llg Agency) Setzer's Foot cation requests the mer-
of the degree they want:' the pay package. in Mt. Herman Park was set for June 3 Oliver Williams Jr. 38.
Fair; and Goodyear Ser- chants to help prove to
this week by Circuit ,Judge Charles R. SpreeAn of 1937 I. Fifth St
Miss. Field Secretary Guest vice Stores. the Communist and entire
which world that America'soldest ;
Speaker Sunday At Day Sprini Charles Bradley Jr.. 17, incident took place. into a cutting spree erupted with HOWARD JOHNSON CITEDIn city can truly be a ",

of 1644 Johnson St.. and No trial dates have been both parties being injured noting that Howard showcase of democracy.

A man who has been at the forefront of Theodore H. Haywood 39, set for the three remainof last Saturday, resulted in Johnson's Restaurant In Court Graits

Mississippi's civil rights strife since 2068 Baldwin St. are ing defendants one of the parties being St. Augustine has shown

the mid-fifties, will be main speaker being the first defendants p j that democracy can work Rid
PI hospitalized and the other Hearing
here Sunday, when the Jax Branch of the to be tried after atl8H05 lOH in the community, the
ending in Jail, reports
NAACP presents a public mass meeting torneys for the other suspects U I stated. letter "further stated that WASHINGTON D.C. second
Raises I
scheduled for 3:30 p.m in Day Spring Bap- Richard Williams HOWl Hospitalized for a cut the community's sister 3f the 1963 Freedom Ride

tist Church. 17, of 1025 W. Fourth St.. cities, Jacksonville and cases to reach the U.S.
WASHINGTON (ANP) A artery was Mrs. Helen
Medgar W. Evers. who has Sinclair Johnson 20, of call by the U.S. Civil Campbell Thomas, 41, of Daytona Beach had com- Supreme Court resulted in

been NAACP>> Field Secretaryin ; 623 Dewdrop Lane and John Rights Commission for 2014 Lewis St.Also treated pletely removed all signs the court's recent granting OLIVER WILLIAMS JR.

the State of Mississippi !_ Capehart. 19. of 3321 President Kennedy to take for cuts later released of racial denotation..that of a hearing: Williams according to

since 1954. is expectedto Ardisia Road asked Judge direct execution action to the same can be done In preparation for the police is being held on

give a chronological Scott to grant their protect the rights of oppressed loqally without Judicial hearing which probablywill assault to murder charges

first-hand account of kiIi.1affiliated clients a separate trial Negro citizens in process and financialloss. take place in early in the shooting of another

Mississippi's present day from Bradley and Haywood.; Mississippi including the tall Carl Rachlin, CORE man.

satyrs namely. young Emmett The attorneys also told withholding of federal OFFICIAL EMBAPRASSMENT general counsel, will Witnesses stated the two

Till's lynching the the court that testimony funds from the state, The letter cited the recent loin forces with Tobias men became embroiled IB an

slaying of Rev. G.W. Lee concerning!| Bradley and found hearty endorsementlast visit to the city by Simon and Howard Dixon argument over some clothesthe

and Lamar Smith GasCourts' Haywood would prejudice week from a number of Vice President Lyndon B. attorneys of Miami who incident taking place

shooting the late their client's cases and Congressional leaders and Johnson and distinguished had worked on the case' s in the 1709 block of W.

M.C. Parker lynching I[Judge Scott then granted leading exponents of civil foreign dignitariesadding earlier stage. Seventh at.

James Meredith's entrance them severance from thelease. rights. they were evidently Involved in the case are As Brows walked away,

into Ole Miss and the current 1 Meanwhile the Dixiecrat embarrassed by the 10 ministers and rabbis Williams Is said to have

violence-laden I Police reported the attack .bloc that has remained numerous antidemocratic arrested for seeking ser readied into his ear tooka

Mississippi Negroes' voter MEDOAR W. EVERS victim was sittingin significantly silent overa MRS. VIRal LANE sings posted in the city-- vice in June. 1961 at the 12-laace shotEBB from

registration drive. with the NAACP.He the park eating sand- recent attempt on the and arrested on assault to especially in public Tallahassee airport it. loaded it aad fired

Mr. Evers, a native was recently featured wiches with her employerin life of a fellow congressman murder charge, was Mrs. facilities. restaurant at the conclusion 'with the rail blat striking -

Mississippian was born In in a national magazine's the welllightedpicnic in Clarksdale. sprung rirgie Lane 40. same ad- st. Augustine it con- of the COREsponsoredInterfaithInterracial Brown la the right

Decatur and is a graduateof story entitled "Why I area when the five suddenly to life with a dress. tinned, is the only col- :side of his chest.

Alcorn MIl College. He Live in Mississippi." dragged her into a blistering condemnation of Police said Mrs. Thomas lege city in the state Freedom Ride. They claim Williams was seem hidingthe

was an insurance agency A capacity turnout of darkened area where the the commission- was sick in bed and an where' segregated lunch their arrest was in violation 1 weapon by slab ahead

director before becoming ,Jaxons is argument started between of 1 who recovered the
expected to hear counters are still mainained. constitutionalrights SM and
the two
t the noted leader. women. of free speech and turned 1; it over to the po- Hits lItil.'s Chili sttr. Nttwtrkrorac Reminding the merchants assembly and due process. J lice.tJ1e report OOMI.ded.Mississippi .

.!tite Offers FUN lI'IItrIi, # NEW 1 bat the C&adra-Centennial They were sentenced to 60
(ASP) segregation
Four policies o:ftrict
65 of the Retail. ;
i:J f St. Augustin*--the days in Jail or $500
ST. LOUIS, Mo. ---u. S. District Court of the nation'a dime-store the stores in Birmingham,Wholesale and
Judge James H. Meredith last week ordered chains last week were .hit Ala. Department ,J itlon's oldest city--will fines. Let's diva
full Store Workers Union, onel]1)e celebrated In 196:', and The first CORE Freedom : BARNBY
integration of Missouri boothellcommunity' a nationwide boycott The boycott which vent
some 10 labor organiza-1 1;lat for federal Ride to reach the
a request '
4 Chance
s public schools beginning spearheaded by the combined Into effect Saturday.: Apr:i ltions taking part in the ,
onds will be made in the Supreme Court--almost
with next fall' Septenber tern. The townf forces of major 20. was suggested by Rev. action. a JVOTE for BARNr
5, 500 was the scene of ,racial deaon- civil rights organizations Martin Luther King. Jr. r j ear future the dispatch fear ago--in Shreveport. ;
I I' Civil Rights orgaaiza'tlons -
,c!Lsclosed that the Branch Louisiana, resulted in a'
aid .
st rat ions last year. big labor unions in a according to David Living participating in the ,
mild to the favorable
1 like see decision.
massive .
protest against stem, president of Dls' brw"'Dtt include the NAACP,

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E. WISE................Hews Editor I' I.,...""' ._;'.-;-'WO. :: ''" t".-- S. ATTY. 6ENKAI/S APPROACH

IIL1A WHTEN.Circulate HHifer r ;' Ii- \ :: 'j:", I"> WINS t

MAIN OFFICE & PUNT If iht t4'i\ 1t M h -y;; rsC.iti Y i "......;-r OOP's 1964 would hoping to capture the Negro vote In
t -- l' \ have gaped with dismay at Howard -
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2323 MttcrM Read.....Fine ELI I 4-6782- r t t o '-It.,.. .I R"-. held University's there last mid-March seat of ,learning according program to a

-EL 4-S783 z ; ,$; .', Minneapolis bylined article Tribune's by Fletcher Knebel of the

E Washington Bureau.
MAILING ABIRESS: According to Knebel the occassion was a
,,r speech by Atty. Gen.
Robert F.
P. i. III 581, Jacfcsoitille 1 1t Flirida \ .: Si .-. :: which was followed by a ques Kennedy

-_.- [fIr ... tion and answer period, which
'- SUBSCRIPTS RATES ./i went largely unreported save
One Year $6.00 Half Year, $4.00 < :' for a few paragraphs in the
Mailed to You Anywhere in the United States .. y: new nwers
Subscription Payable In Advance It WPS.disclosed that 1,000 '

Send Check or Money Order to: Howard students hailed the
FLORIDA STAR P.O. BOX 561 .Y I Ix 37-year-old brother of the

Jacksonville 1, FloridaPriniry President as a conquering .

I hero. Police had to clear

SICI.II Yotlll' lines to get him into the hall SIMPSON .

as hundreds mobbed his Justice '
Is Most InporUit, T. All .t t: limousine when he left. Girls squealed Department and

bounced as white girls did in 1960 for his
Over the years, it has been found that brother. Eddies of
Negro voters fail to return to the polls "/: lowed him. Bobby was received with
to vote in the second primaries. there J longed applause before his speech
was givena
fore this is written to point out to STRONG. ACTION WILL PREVENT EMBARRASSMENT BEFORE THE WORLD shouting standing ovation at its conclu-
citizens the harm we do ourselves by sion.

this practice.To .......o...............o..........o.........o.....o..eoo........ The article further states that during the
begin with, we will have wasted our 0-and-A session Bobby's crackled
time and energy voting in the first pri- proving answers to African students disap-criti-
mary and not voting in the second, because Your Wee k ty i cal of U.S. foreign policy drew roars.d
it is the second that really counts. laughter and shouts of applause from the
The second time votijig is what really ;"' 'American Negro students.
puts the candidate in office. : Knebel pointed out that
i w! Rob.Tt Kennedy's
Many of us think the mayor's race is the Horoscope Guide I popularity with these potential Negro lea
all important issue. It is not. Just as ders doesn't stem from his sending troops
i important is the election of the members into Mississippinor Marshalls to Alabama

to the city" council because without them : ly PABLO but to his more important extra-legal be-
commissioners would be The ASTROLOGER = havior. They are aware that he has entertained -

useless. "Here is what the City Council :: WHICH ARE: YOUR LUCKY DAYS FOR numerous Negroes at his famous swimming \
means to us: : parties at the Kennedy Hickory Hill

The City Council is the most important = BUSINESS LOVE TRAVELIBBBHBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBB1 : estate in Virginia including singer Harry
part of our city government. The Belefonte and Rafael Johnson the Oly plc.
council ...... .
is the legislative part of the city government ....o..........oose os.ooar decathalon star.

and the Commmssion can only carry directing things and also CAPRICORN Such a vigorous, youthful by '64 veteran-
out the law the CQuncil passes. To be tnd., rancor ot co-workers. Born administration leader as our attorney general ,
specific, the City Council is composed of Born March 21st thru who resent being outstrip- Born Dec. 22nd thru Sept. 23rd thru noted for meeting major issues head

nine members, one representing each ward. April 19th ced. Jan. 19th Oct. 23rd on, poses a major threat to GOP stalwarts
It is our legislative and lawmaking body 7-30-S8-15-9 hoping to recapture the Negro vote in 1964
and has the same ,duties as does the State In the event that you are
Legislature. The City Council makes final This first spring month CANCER one of the Capricornianswho There may be no lack of:
approval of the budget and appropriates ,is the one you may call' Born June 22nd thru have suffered unduly opportunities, but you will THE TWO PURPOSES
all of the funds for running the city. The y our very own. The Joy of July 22nd from severe restrictions on 1 have to be very discerningto
living the desire to earnings and spending you select hose who will ..,
i The social
Commissioners only submit their budgets to side of your OF
the Council and the Council in turn approves create ant frolic and ,the life may'provide many openings m y-be tempted' to,make up bring you gain rather than ADVERTISING I ***
or disapproves their requests. urge to make the most of 'for pleasure and the for them through specula- loss and disappointment. Advertising can, and should serve two
While the your personal attributes formation of new and interesting tion. Ii seems better to, You may decide to place major purposes.The .
Mayor-Commissioner has veto are being reawakened by friendships. But forget the idea altogether ;your future in the hand oi most obvious is to sell a concern's
power to over legislation Council, the Council has the sun' a swarming rays.. It you may. have to curtail the before you get to the point an older person if you are goods or services, whatever they may be.
power pass over the mayor'sveto
should also revitalize the more costly activities that where things become even eligible because of purely This is essential and traditional.But .
by a two-third majority vote. It also
has the power of impeachment over all energies weakened by protracted are entailed when you find worse. The only promising 'material considerations.This there can be more, much more--and '
winter ailments that your resources are may bring all the that is advertising
elective officials. In addition the Coun- or breaking indication in this respectis you designed to instill
strained to the.
cil has power of confirmation over most nerve-racking work re- point. It also seems somewhat the one that favors the the things you have always faith in the system which rakes it possible -
city commission appointments.It sponsibilities. Extract hazardous for the Can- acquisition of land or property wanted, with the possible to produce, advertise and sell goods
is important to note that the City comfort from the wise and cerians who are in businessto whose value is more, exception of happiness, and services, in a climate of freedom I
soothing words that old and to which you crave most of1 The 'climate' is the
Council must confirm all policemen, mem- expand their worldly or apt rise than fall L foundation for
seasoned friends may have during Inflationary all. Avoid getting drawn successful production and sales.
bers of the city Recreation Board, the industrial activities, unless pres-
Board of Electrical Examiners Municipal to offer especially when they can obtain the( sures. into your friends' quarrelsor The Freedoms Foundation each year awards
Inspector and the Civil Service Board. The you are beset by doubts and' necessary capital under the i 3-80-44-19-78-384 financial dilemmas. its George Washington Honor Medal--which
Council must also approve all of the funds emotional tensions. Legit- most favorable terms. is its top award--to an enterprise con-
imate enterprises or established ducting a local advertising
these agencies use for operational pur- AQUARIUSBorn 4-29-11-14-41-421 campaign fur-
poses.In employment con- 240331732243LEO thering the cause of freedom.
the current campaign much-a-do has nections provide the Jan. 20th thru The 1962 Medal went to the Florida

been made about the golf courses, jobs and wherewithal to live com Feb. 18th Power & Light Company, which also won it
the swimming pools and other recreational fortably. Born July 23rd thru i The inclination not to SCORPIO. in 1955. That made this utility the first
facilities. Even though the Civil Service 5-40-77-13-45-547 Aug. 22nd move with the times couldbe I Born Oct. 24th thru two-time winner of the Foundation's highest
Board and the Recreation Board are not the cause of a serious Nov. 22nd. award.
elective and thus escape the wrath of TAURUS Your habitual forcefalnesiis rift in your public and domestic The 1962 advertising which won the honor
voters, the Council can and DOES EXERCISE being acutely accentuated relations. Do not Tne urge to rise to the pointed out the importance of maintaining
CONTROL over these bodies. Born April 20th thru 1 by the presence of allow yourself to developany top 1 position may be almostirresistible the basic rights and privileges of our

Your CITY COUNCIL is the ONLY ELECTED May 20th dynamic Mars In your Sun complexes ,from occur- but 70U citizens. 'Each ad in the series depicteda
GROUP which can OPEN THE POOLS. Yes the i sign. This should enable rences that took place in should' also realize that different phase of the American way of
Council can force the Recreation Board to Those of you who have good I you J to command the attention the past. and .make well- danger< lies along the way life--freedom of speech, the right to vote
open the pools and can remove all membersof reason to believe that you 1 and respect of all being one of your cardinal and' those who are already and many others--asking on each 'Are we
the board from officee if they refuseto possess great talentenoiigh 'around you. There is also principles. Be content 11 there 1 may not be backward letting it fade away ?' "
do so. The Council can also look into in some cases togatll ,the danger that extremes your business or profession about> using overt as wellas An officer of the company has said: "We
the policies of the Civil Service Board world-wide acclaim 'ra your part may cause yw brings la sufficient In- > subversive methods to stave tried ttvroujgfv advertising to awekect

and the Electrical Examining Board. should leave no stone un- 1 to lose more friends than come. Any'attempts to expand undermine i you at every citizens to the value of our rights and

Remember, the City Council is the repre- turned to discover whetherJOU 'enemies and even draw down unwisely could jeopardize step.< The entry of Jupiter freedoms. What finer purpose can advertising -
sentative of the people in government andthe I really stand a chance. the 1 wrath of individuals in your whole enter- into your solar 6th house serve ?

people Saust make this true by electing obtain the unbiased opinion 'high places. Prevent this j prise or cause a break in. is a very benign Influence, .
men who will represent them. of those who are in the 'by using your vital powersin indispensable associations. for those who are employedor -- -

lChild position to know. : constructive ways, and seeking advancement 4n Sit 1J "'tj JEEP
i!.8..f1.1 1'j'
Should a judgement be'by maintaining your poise 1-30-22-15-93-132 rank and salary. It could ,
St ire Pravri Prfecfeb rendered in !and tactful ways in all - -- A"'ER'C
your favor be exceptionally risky: to
you should immediatelyapply situations. start your own enterprise (fitter:.hit buns! BE UT FUU,

Off Miss NUrchudisiif yourself to a higher 9-10-44-18-34-914 PISCES alone or with the aid of a
course of training and .Born Feb. 19th thru partner.
The chain store--in 'development. Accept the aid March 20th
spite of the scoffsof 'an
VIRGO 7-50-e -1852756SAGITTARIUS
skeptics and doom forecasterspioneered 'of persons who are able' to cs
mass merchandising. The principle was, ]pave the way for you or to Born_ Aug. 23rd thru Try xo pry yourself from
and is. to move a massive volume of goods 'supply the elements thatyou Sept. 22nd the grip of the negative
at a minimum unit profit. are now lacking. influences that have been Born Nov. 23rd thru _-
Mass merchandising--without which coloring
mass 3-90-55-16-62-395
your thinking:; Dec. 21st
production would have been an impossibili- You should now be able to <
during the
past :year or so.
ty--amounted to a retail tap exceptionally fruitful
revolution. And GEMINI | Welcome the inspiring vibrations A sense of foreboding that
the chain store has done more. In legionsof sources of power, some of is
that are trying to1 likely to turn
communities around this country, and Born May 21st thru which you never knew you penetrate your conscious; out' the way you plan it N r
especially in the smaller towns, one or June 21st |possessed until recently. mind as they will induce 'could be very handicapping
more chain stores constitute the heart of Remove prejudices from your t
to if allow it
you to
you spruce op your appearance paralyze
modern shooping centers. They deal in all As a ijeminian. you are not 'mind and get to work on the or modify your individual initiative entire -

manner of wares--variety goods, foods, appliances likely to be lacking in inhibitions or handicapsthat personality along more 17. There is little A7) r' V MVU
clothes and furniture, just friends. But the time may have kept your potentials artistic and Interesting; doubt that you are apt to
about everything. And they make availablethe have come when you shouldpay bottled up far too lines. If you do not watch face formidable challenges zray ,twf y I
same kinds of goods, at about the same more,attention to QUal- long. It is possible for out your mate or other key during the struggles that
prices, in every far reach of this nation. ity than Quantity. Those some Virgoans to considersevering associate could outgrow you lie ahead but Saglttarlans
This is not to minimize the role of other who an old tie in 71rz
are Imposing on your and make a sudden and unexpected have been known to meet and
kinds of stores. The independent to his valuable order .to cement a new one
time and precious exit. The single i conquer them in the past.
credit, has held and built his patronage.And energies should be rele- that promises material gain Pisclans who are inducedto [ Use diplomacy, firmness ,aDd .
his outlet is found, too, in every fated to the bottom of the or a fuller future way of say: "yes": to a pro- jntlring efforts to make
community in this country operating successfully list. And if you assume any life. Think long and profoundly posal should make sure that headway. If these prove to 1 I

side by side with the chains. ?f their financial liabili- before yon arrive they will be able to live be insufficient, you may:
The final points is that the American retail ties you may find you resources at such a decision as such up folly to the demands, have to resort to the as- }
system is the best the world ,knows. severely strained. changes can never be guaranteed ]before taking the final[ dstance that can be pro-
And that is one big reason for this Spectacular achievements to be for the better step.. vided by devoted good'WELL IF I: WERE IN YOUR SHOES-

countr.3 r,,s...Add 1e.a XabJ ? J.n !i..Y.W! ?p th-e Lob 4 btsi the friends and clever allies.6908823336S8 4'D GET A SHINE l "? .. .
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The reception of the new bridge laws has been ward to two very important social events.First on '1 _
rather mild in most cases, and in the few in- schedule is the Kappa's Black and White Ball that : ::\

stances where there was concern, all fear has will be held Friday evening in the Duval County

dispelled. The fact that scoring rules were not Armory. You will see a complete coverage of this y l

changed caused many players; to breathe a sigh of grand affair in next week s edition of the STAR. kT

relief. The thought of "unlearning" somethingthat Another affair that Is expected to offer much

it took them so long to acquire had been entertainment is the tenth biennial "Jabberwock
secretly haunting then. to be sponsored by local Deltas. The, setting t 1
Although the new laws won't go into affect until will be the auditorium of New stanton Senior

Wednesday, May 1, we have received enough High School on Monday evening, April 29. : xZg
advance information to determine their feasibility. Mrs. Hettie Mills, president of the Jacksonville Y f9
We are in accord with the revision. Alumnae Chapter of Delta Sigma Theta Sorority,
Since most of the new laws deal with penalties, has announced that this year's theme will be,
we are hoping that we will have little need to 'Streets Internationale." Other officers of

enforce them.Also, there is one very good aspectof the Jacksonville chapter are Mrs. Willie F.

the entire deal--it will cause us to read up Dennis, vice president; Mrs. Marian S. Walker,

on existing laws so that we can see what the recording secretary, Mrs. Queen E. Bruton, corresponding -

variance is. Already, we have come across several secretary; Mrs. Edna Adams, treasurer;

that we had forgotten, and a few with which we Mrs. Hazel Overstreet, Journalist; Mrs.Lucille

were entirely unfamiliar.As P. Jones, historian; Mrs. Sallye Mathis, chaplain

it stands now, there will be new laws govern- and Mrs. Catherine Jackson, sergeant-at-arms. ZI CHAPTER of Theta Nu Sigma Sorority of Collie Jackson, basileus; Mrs. Minnie Lee Alexander -

ing the penalty for leading out cf turn, biddingout the National Institute of Cosmetology will bold anti-baslleus; Mrs. Edna Lewis, treasurer
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of turn of call leads a ......
changes prohibiting
its first annual Dawn Breakfast Sunday at7:30a.n. Mrs. Lila Anthony, grammartarian; Mrs. Eula
and determining when a card has been officially with Soror Edna Lewis, 2035 Baldwin St. Althoughthe Brown, business manager; Mrs. Burchrene Slappey.
played.We; Mrs. Delores Boswell and Mrs. Leola Powell were program is in the process of being completed, parliamentarian; Mrs. Ola Mae Taylor, tamias;
know that local dealers will be swamped with guest players when Les Elites Bridge Club met Basileus Callie Jackson announced that Soror M. and Pledgees Gloria Fowler and Mrs. Dorothy Mack.

demands for the book, "The Laws of Contract last Friday evening in the Richardson Read home L. Patterson will be principal speaker. Standing Plans for attending the National Institute's

Bridge, 1963. Every bridge club should have of Mr. and Mrs. Reid.Jackson, Jr. Both ladies from left are: Pledgee Eddie Lee Brown, Mrs. Convention in Chicago; will also be discussed.
at least one copy. received lovely gifts from the hostess.

Mrs. Ann McIntosh, Mrs. Marie McClain and Mrs. Instructors Complete Course Irma Murray qualified for club awards.

I Mrs. Bernice Henderson, Mrs. Elizabeth Simmons

Mrs. Raymond Cbbb was guest player when Bella Jones, Mrs. Loix Avery, Mrs. Vermal McCone,
Donnas Bridge Club met recently in the West Mrs. Alvenia Scriven and Miss Annie B. Mlnatee

Twenty-first Street home of Mr. and Mrs. tonsil ware among other members participating'inthe

E. llacon. meeting. _4.' ,.3 it',

Mrs. Hadassah Bullard, Mrs. Vanette Thayer, ...
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and Mrs. Graylayn Lesesne were high scorers in '
I the bridge session. Mrs. Grace Sykes was hostess when Classy v 4

Mrs.. Geneva Adams, Mrs. Iva L. Grant, Mrs. Lassies Bridge Club met last Friday evening.Mrs. .

Audrey Kelly and Mrs.. Ira Washington are among Juanita Williams, Mrs. Sara Wright and
other members of the club. Mrs. Helen Ibney were recipients of prizes.
Mesdames Minnie Gadling, Joan Spaulding, Al-

s.. veta Allen Margaret Starkes, Margaret Mathis r ? to
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Dorothy Oliver, Carolyn Washington and Geneva ik "
As we go to press this week "Ye are looking for- Henderson were among other members present.

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ai NEW STANTON SENIOR High School Instructors recently is shown pointing out pertinent study data while

: 4 ; completed a graduate course in technique ( from left) Mesdames Diana Anderson, Bernice

supervision for Secondary Schools following Henderson, Mildred Pauline, Jessie J. Boddi e,
4 kI study of a research project, "The Use of Tele- Emma Gilles, Lydia M. Williams, Marie B. Streets,

: vision Instruction" submitted by Mrs. Louvenia Loucenia E. Solomon, Doris Thornton. Theresa P.
Solomon and Mrs. Marie Street, Stanton* staff
Donald, Norma H. Bland Sybil P. Butler look on.
/ .;;i members. The course involved several weeks o f Others in attendance were: Nathaniel Davis Mrs.
direct communication'-with educational leaders in Ramona Pinkney Mrs. Ruth G. Ray Joseph Baileyand
57 cities. Dr. Evelyn Martin. Instructor, (center) Harold Kennerly. (Royal Art Studio Photo)

i Unity Class APPLICATIONS FOR Meeting- Postponed BIRTHS

Starts WednesdayPersons MARRIAGE LICENSESMarvin Due to the death of Mrs .
Mr. and Mrs Fearion Jackson .
Gertrude Brown's father
desiring an abun- Smith. 4843 Amos
Milton rrestrrcss of Pt ; 947 Line St ; Boy
dance from life how to St. ,20 and Joyce Walker.
2 Box 29-A Col unit j Ala Mr. and Mrs. Nathaniel
,live prosperously and how 3722 Riley St., NAS20. ) a. ,
DAVIS' MOTHERS CLUB displayed some of the city's .Schell Hayes Diane Daniels, Eunice Morris, De- to make financial adjustments Bobby Smith Danville. the regular monthly meet- Richardson; 1159 Lee St ;
outstanding young models during the Fashion Show invited to take ing of tic Sepia Ladies Girl
bra Hayes, Lauraine Rains, Bobby Brown, Byron are Va. 22 and Brenda J. .
.Mr and Mrs. ID. Lockett
held recently in St. Peters AME Church, Rev. McMull en, Earl Madison. Other models were: the new course beginning Williams Atlantic Beach Social Club has been postponed 1752 W. 43rd Street Boy. ;
Richard Arnold, pastor. As demonstrated above, Thirles Anderson, Donald Godfrey, Mary Esther Wedne:: ay. May 1 at 8:30 Fla. 20.Herman. Time of the next ;
Mr. and Mrs. Willie Wil-
the young models captivated their audience with Fussell, Kelvin Fussell, Sandra Wilson, Janice p.m. with the Unity Class.' L. McGoogin.1307H meeting will be announced.
their spirited verve in modeling the latest in Bolton, Debra Henderson, Annie Ruth Tookes and 1778 Spires Avenue. Mt. Herman St. Friencs! may contact Mrs Girl.liams; 2521 Woodland St .
young children's styles. Shown from left are: Richard Mrs. Sally C. Wanamaker 25 and Elizabeth C. Brown at the abovead
King. Mrs. A. B. Martin (shown in center)
Michael McMullen. Tony Madison, Gregory Arnold, was the coordinator. will conduct the course Williams 1538 Madison dress Mr. and Mrs. Robert Lester

Gloria Jean Thomas, Isaac Brown, C. Bryant, Carol (Royal Art Photo by Walter Wright) rod all interested persons Street, 24. The president IP requesting Girl; 1551 W. 9th Street
+ .4.+ that all men'itif.
urge cir-
are 10 register Aaron Stephens. Jr. .
Mothers Day' Tea : To HostThe Kr: and Mrs. James Gibson
College tact Mrs Frances Pierce
Honors Scheduled 1440 Francis St. 34 and
Seminole Culture DAYTONA BEACH J. "Gossip Of The Movie Lots"World Verdell Baker. 418 State 4 5204 Bunche Drive; Girl

Club will sponsor a Griffen Greene Presi- Sunday For Lane St.. 31.
Mother Day Tea Sundent of "Volusia County renowned gospel singer Mahalia Jackson, Leroy Hayward. 1097 W. Ii ,-r 1 Q y..1r rQf Il.. J II .
day, May 12th from 4-6 Community College has Mrs. Mabel BreedenMPS. currently on a world tour, drew an overflow Monroe St., 40 and Fssie !JJor cter; ,and'8u". r .:" .

p.m. in the USO Arcade, announced that VCCC crowd o music lovers to her UCLA Royce Hall Mae Green. 1097 W. Mon- v,3.
743 W. Ashley St. will serve as co-host Auditorium concert last week. roe Street. 36. VOTE FOR
A program, honoring to the third Summer Institute With an amazing-tils' of unique vocalism Miss Fd Robinson. 3151 W. '

mother, will be pre- for College Administrative Jackson captivated her audience with renditionsof 45th St., 45 and FrancesM. : -: D 4 'K ,
sent ed. Teams. Y a favorite spirituals from hersuccessfulalbums. Jones, 1060 Ever :!!; !,-l :- -.. .

its green Abraham Avenue.Miller.33.1556 W. :J f{. -
now Pepsi
28th St. 41 and Annie
Lee Roach. 1556 W. 28th ICHTtt JfARtt

far those whothink 1 Street. 40. trot,Adr trtd for by Dick Btr-aueh*)

Could Gordon'spossibly .- _. ____.___.u._._._ __.._ _._ _
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za t I Continental Bowling Lanes

L '- .' be older than 3118 Edgewood Aveaue West 1

.' :"}x Mrs Mabel Breeden. who. theLondon Bowl Friday, Saturday, & Sunday
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a has served for the past i
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.\ '1t'", () ,,,.,jt, .< eleven years as president Bobby? April 26, 27, & 28
will be honored with an
Appreciation rrcgraa Sunday -
., starting at 4 p.v. by Surprisingly enough,yes.It was in 1829 hat ', For Only 25* Per Game
the Century Sav-Social Sir Robert Peel reorganized the London

Club in Wilder Recreation Metropolitan Police,who promptly became

Center, Third and Mt. known as Peelers, or Male and Female
Herman Sts. Bobbies.But this was -

Mr*. Breeden is vice president sixty years a f Alexander
of Usher Poard 2 Gordon had introduced SHAM SHOOTING EVENT

of st. Paul AHF Church and his remarkable gin to..on-

is also prominent in city- don and given it his name.-_ "

wide social-civic activi- Happily, the Gordon'syou Sunday' April 28th
ties. drink today is based

Friends and tbe*general on that original 1769 :
public are cordially invited formula. That explains A ,

to attend the program its unique dryness anddelicate D1Si1l1.ED .. Starting 1:30 p.m.: .

Mrs. Martha Thomas, flavour.Explains, LORDOHDRY i ',.

program chairman stated. too,why Gordon's is the GiN 0.I ; .

...............*.... biggest selling gin in England '__ Ii .
,America the world. .. :-I :
Mora people ire taking to the outdoor Open 24 Hours
The greatest and costliest single -
life..ind taking Pepsi. along! undertaking in the history of
edicine is the broad research
P.t.'I.parkllng-clean. taste Is PEPSI. -COLA program against cancer, accord m jL LS? C i 1"******* ,1 rr e, min
.... ing to the American Cancer Society BOTUU ROM GSM.M ft OF tt5co wi a ea,in tit E a. ii
never too sugary or sweet
Help step up this research
Come & Let Us Serve You
Think young-aay"Pepel!, please!I" effort supporting the American C

--_...........MIf".q..gMY.."11 Mf Mr ..".___ Cancer Society 1963 Crusade. n N 'JMS 6''tu.lSl fIUlCU 'IUtSAT1t1A

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I St. John Baptist Church To Observe Annual Dual Dav I


District Ushers Wwdlawn Presiyteriaa Rev. C. K. Steele To Deliver Program Participants

Merning Worship Sermon Sunday'-- Y
Normal Day BY L.N, PEARSON. s..:.

Rev. C. K. Steele, pastor of Bethel Baptist L

Annual Florida Nor al The United PresbyterianChoir Church, Tallahassee, will deliver the morning 7;" NEWS .

bay will be celebratedby till rehearse Fri- worship service during the daylong series of:. :''',->, r.

the District Ushers day, April 26 at 8:00 p.m. activities highlighting the annual Dual Day observance _
Union of the Fast in the Westminster Hut. I
Sunday at St. John Baptist Church Rev.A. The
Sunday School department of Mt. Calvary
Florida and bethany Bap- The United PrertyterinnYoutl J. Hughes castor. **-.. .
tist Association Baptist Church is continuing its anniversary observance -
Sundayat ill Feet Saturday Md I
One of the nation s most
3 in Mt. yi a'.a ,xtMti.t. with nightly programs this week. Friday
p.m. Calvary in the Hut. The juniors at nitstanding religious-civic and Miss Arvia Gillespie
Baptist Church. night Rev. James Bryant of St. Mary's Baptist 0
i:00 p.m.; Seniors tt leaders, Pev. Steele, a guest recording secretary. .
Rev. W.M. Hill host 5C0 p. m. graduate of Morehouse College Principals during the! Church' will conduct services accompanied by its

pastor, and the Association The Church school will Atlanta, has been in morning worship services .* choirs, ushers, and Sunday School officers aad j'

s mode ret or, will tecir Fun &, April 28 at the forefront of the pre- will be Charles D. Brooks members.Gwendolyn Holman and James Mlddl ebrooks,

deliver the annual sermon 10:00 a.m. in the George sent day civil rights who will give the occasion .5 t4 t4r will give the joint-welcome address. Rev. James i

Mrs. Susie Pierce Washington Carver Elemen- struggle along with Dr. and Mrs. Fred Dixon -who C. Burney is host superintendent.
will give the tary School wit Superintendent will introduce speaker.Mrs.
occasion the .
Martin Luther King Jr. .. .. . .. .. .. .. . . .. .. .. .. ...
and music will be T.V. Huger in rtev. Ralph D. Abernathy, Pauline Smith will ... .. .- .. . .. .. . . .. . .. .. .

furnished by Mt. Calvary charge. All are urged to Rev. Edward T. Graham, preside and Joe James, Pev.
& Choir 3, Mrs. be on tine. The school is Father Theodore R. Gibson Samuel P. Nesbitt Mrs. -k Brooks House of Prayer will be the scene of a I' i

Marie Blackshear, soloist located at 2854 West 45th and others. Evelyn West, the New Stan- *xi' xS musical program Friday night under sponsorship: of

and First New Zion's Street. Activities will get under- ton Senior High Trio. Mrs. Mrs Rosa Lee Hall and Miss Thelma Edwards. Pro-

ushers will serve. The Morning Worship ser- Grace Whitefield Miss Hat- gram participants will include the Latimore '

Mrs. M. K. Heard, president vice begins at 10:55 a.m. tie Bessent, Mrs. Joyce H. Gospel Singers Thelmarettes, Traveling Stars,

will preside. with the pastor, Pev. F.D. Gunn, E.J. Norman. Put1 age the Evangelist Singers Biven Specials Mrs. 1

Much interest is focused Wilson delivering the me- Pearson, Mrs. Ella L.Jones. Ruth Fayett the Angelite Gospel Singers and

on this year's sage. The Westminster Program director J.J. Nixon # others. Mrs. Inez Bivens will serve as mistressof

program and its many Choir will support the b will acknowledge visitorsand JACKSONVILLE STUDENTS. Levi McIntosh and Pri- ceremonies.
supporters are urged to rites with Mrs. Rudyne i I Mrs. Claryce Hughes is scilla King sophomores at Gibbs Junior

increase their pledges Watson at the piano. College, .. .. . . .. .. . .. . .
general chairman.Rev. will be among those appearing in Jacksonville: : : .. .. : : :: . : : . .. . .: .
expected from the Northeast The spring meeting of Curtis whitten will
on May 10th when the Church of God in Christ
Florida area. North Florida Presbytery be guest director of the presents Gibbs Junior College in a concert to The Junior Choir of West Union Baptist Church
The largest groups in convened at Weirsdale,
special BTU program which benefit the church's educational fund.Women's Church meets Saturday at 3:30 p.m. for rehearsal.
attendance will be cited Florida on April 18, 1963. will begin at 5:30 p.m.
meets Saturday at 3:30 p.m. for rehearsal. Sun
Dr. R.w. Puryea, The Woodland Church representatives Guest leaders
sponsorsare St. Stephen servesMen's day's district meetings are as follows. District
president of
were Rev. F.D. f < Mrs. Magdeline Peters Day
Normal is 6 at 3 p.m. with Mr. and Mrs. Robert Wiggins, '
expected to be Wilson, pastor Elder L.N. and Mrs.
on hand. Lillian G. Hippard Day SundayRev. 2058 W. 13th St.District 7 at 3:30: p.m. in the
?earson, Jr. Deacon D. along with the Adult Union, ObservanceSunday
DR. STEELE home of Mrs. A. Sheridan 1719 W. Union Street;
Gadlin and Deacon H.M. J.L. Whiteloct,
Young People, Intermediate
Youth Singers way during Sunday School at Junior and cb air nan of tte Religious The Young Matrons Auxiliary will meet Sunday at
Toney. Beginners clas-
9:30 a.m. with Joseph H. At t Grant department of Florida 4:30 p.m. in the home of Mrs. Gloria Gainey )
Some people grow with re- ses.
Preparing For James, superintendent of Normal and Industrirl 1828 W. 29th St. Family Day will be observed May
srcnj-ibility, others Just Mrs. Wilner Dorrell of
Fbeneezer Methodist Church 5 with a series of daylong programs.
Memorial College and director -
May 1st FeteThe swell. Bethel Baptist Church will .J
serving as guest superin- of the college's
preside the
over evening
Sing Along with tendent. Joseph Sally will service. Others taking part Church Extension Center : :: : : : : : : :: : : : : : : : :: : :: : : : :: : : :: : :: : : : : :::.: :: :

Davis youth singers will Church Of Christ Introduce and James GogginsJr. will include Rev. Gary will deliver tbe sermon

rehearse at 2 p.m.Saturday Written In Heaven will review the lesson, Green, associate pastor of during the 11 a.m. ser- Matthew W. McCoy will observe his 27th anniversary -

in Walter Memorial respectively. Mrs. Mildred Bethel Baptist Church; Mrs. vice Sunday during St. Monday, April 29 at 8 p.m. in the auditoriumof

AME Zion Church, 1012 Youth Day will be celebrated Forehand and Herbert Ingrain Lenora Lee of St. Paul AME Stephen AME Church's Mt. Ararat Baptist Church. A 75-voice choir, ,

Madison St. for a pro- Sunday with a day- will be organists throughout Church, the gospel chorusof annual Men's Day ob- guest organists Cecil Fisher, Mrs. Emma B. John- ;

gram to be held Sunday, long series of events at the day. Mt. Olive AME Church. servance. son, Mrs. Hazel Gross and Arthur Goodman with

May 5 at 11 a.m. in Church of Christ Writtenin Guest teachers will be: Mrs. Ruth M. Wise Harold Pev. Whitelock holds tie singers Mrs. Essie Mae Thomas, Mrs. Mary Goodman,

Ibyal Tabernacle Baptist Heaven 1434 Kings Road Mrs. Beatrice Waters, Green music director at B.s. decree from Berkley Choir 4-B along with Emanuel's, Mt. Ararat's,

Church,Rev. Lee McQueen, Bishop J.C. Blakely, pastor superintendent's; E.M. Fdward Waters College; Mrs. Baptist Divinity Collegeand Cavalier Singers and others will feature the

pastor. announced. Pauline and Albert Brinkely Rolystine Bowman, Seventh teaches courses frOM program. All singers and gospel groups are .

Parents are urged to Sunday School will beginat adult; Deacon James Bryant Day Adventist Church, fcrs. the old and new Testa- invited. '

either bring or send 10 a.m. with Mrs. S.M. Caldwell, young people; Hattie Fuller. Mrs. Lula m lint. Ik

their children to the Brown, superintendent, and Ralph Tisdale, Walker Lee Courtney, Mrs. Gussie Jen- Mrs. Mary Alice Cook, .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. : : ...... .... .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .... .. .. .. .. .. .... .... .. .. .. .. .... .. .. .. (,

rehearsal. The children the youths in charge. er West and Mrs. Richard Jack- kins, Mrs. Edna Calhoun instructor in educationat

will be guests at a Robert R. Roberscn viI son, Intermediate; Mrs. Mrs. Evelyn Williams Mrs. Edward Waters college The Matrons of Bethlehem Baptist Church will

theatre party given by deliver the morning ser- Louise V. Crumady Robert Salome Summers and Miss will be speaker for the meet Friday night at 8:30 p.m. with Mrs. Viola

vice and Board 2 Williams. Miss Gladys John- Alice Nixon MRS. AGNES 'ILL evening service. meets
the management of Roosevelt sermon Norman, 1059 Madison: St. The Junior Choir
Theatre followingthe and Choir 2 will serve son, Miss Joan Wilbert Principal SpeakerMrs. Music will be furnishedby for rehearsal Friday night at 5: 30 clock.

rehearsal. throughout the day. Mrs. Mrs. Dorothy" Junior. : i\ Agnes Ball ; 4is- St. "Stephen's-anti, Junior/Ushers meet.Saturday at '1: 30'1m. ChHr"r: ** '
Dorothy Blakely will serveas Also Malcolm Jones andMrs. Obituaries'Sam other male choruses. '
I sionary director of the will sell dinners in the home of Mrs. Aletha
"Stretch forth thin hand..." pianist-accomr&nist. Vivian R. Chester, James Genwright is Smith 4117 Davis Street.
And the withered that primary Mrs. Mary A. God- llth Fpifcopal District
arm YPC gets underway at 6 p. ; general chairman.

stretched forth toward Him was m. and evening services win, beginners; Mrs. Pri- Petertcr; If62 F. 2no t AMP Church, will deliver ..... .. ... ... .. ... .... .. .. .. .. .. . ..
made whole. Street.: the main address during Confined In HospitalThomas -... ... . ... .. . .. .. . . . ..
begins at 8 p.m. Mrs. cilIa G. Smith, guest
Today,the hands Protestants Annie M. Pearson kill be pianist, William Broadway, Herbert D. Aldere;: St. the 11 a.m. morning Williams of
reach forth..with their Florida.: i i Rev. James W. Davis, associate pastor of Friendly -
brothers in countries the principal speaker. guest financial secretary, Augustine. worship service during the 629 W. Church St. is
Give and give generously over seas.dunng Visitors are always wel- Clifford Bangs; 1824 Bisi i daylong events high- confined in Room 405 Baptist Church will be the guest speaker, when
bee Street. District iff Second Baptist Church presents its
One Great Hour of Sharing come Cooper AcademyLeaders D ,. Brewster Hospital where 22
Roy Gray; 740 Eaverson ||rr, he may receive friends.The homecoming program April 28th in the home of

representing the Street.Mrs. ',.;;. husband of Mrs. Mrs. Ruth Maultsby, 2013 Baldwin St. The,program
city's religious and Mary Montgomery; 1964 Alberta J. Williams gets underway at 3 p.m. Program features will be

socicJ-civic organizationswill Leonard Circle South. $ Mr. Williams is a mem- presented by Mrs. Elizabeth D. Chester, Mrs.
IIr feature the program Mrs. Peggy Baker 6938 ?. I Millie Faulk Deacons
VOTE FOR ; II I ber of Second BaptistChurch' Beatrice Wilborn, Miss ,
when Cooper ACademy, 2032 Virginia Avenue. \
s Deacon Board, Nollie Bryant, Bailey Williams, Theodore Johnson
Benedict Road sponsors a Willie C. Hunter 1627 W.
J and Jerome N.. Thomas.
; -' Dl KBUUKOWiHS vice president of the
,. 6 A.m. Get-to-gether First Street.
,. I Laymen Brotherhood,
breakfast Sunday.Highlighting Fugene Bryant; 1927 Lente Ii ana business manager of : ::: : :: : :: : : : :: : :: : : : : : : : : : : : : : : : :: : : : :: : : :: : :
I 1 I I II the event Street. i
I Lily White Lodge
: will be a round table dis- Mrs. Lula Harris; 2121
No. 126.EARLY. You Don' t Have to Go to Town to Set
cussion relating tc the Westmont Street. r=

CITY tOaMaLMAN,- EIGHTH WARD past, present and future Mrs. Frankie Seabrooks; ,;J/-
u _... ...___ MRS. T S. SMALL PRICESOn
Mrs. Leann WIllIams; 1390First General Chairman f1.t,

Street. lighting annual Women s ;
I Mrs. Isabelle Ellis; 3259 Day observance at Grant You

ALL WEEKAPRIL Gilmore Street.: Memorial Ails Church.
Mrs. Mary A. Bowers; 5215 DRUG
24-APR1L 28 Avenue B. Mrs. Thelma S. Small is
general chairman of this Trade With
Neighborhood Drug storeWE
1 DISCOUNT STORES Mrs. Nettie M. Youngtlcod; '
7906 Nev&t'a Ftreet. year's event and is assisted WILL MEET ANY PRICES ADV. IN YOUR LOCAL PAPRt6

830 Cosset Ave. by Mrs. Inez Asque We Deliver-Ce Also Fill All Doctors'Prescriptioss
Mrs. Mary Bxuns; 652
(NEAR COLLEGE) and Mrs. Zelra Johnson,

1824 W. Beaver St. Mrs.Florida Matteel Avenue.Harris; 1415 co chairmen. Dixie Pharmacy
Music will be furnished
u.s. 90 Near Steckt. Illinois Street

1302 KillS Road at t Myrtle Areiie I

tIisrigii I when yon call Laaar Phones EL 5.5591-98

THIS IS A ONE-TIME DEAL! Shirley driving New
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WHER Cab 123 Day Like
Jul Rereiccd-100 l'..ct.(;ov'/.Graded"Choice"Cattle

1/2 BEEF LB. 49 BUY BETTER .mow a Laaar will drive you BILLS AT OUR STORETiWT
and your friends to your

I destination safely...and
Just been driving for
t+ r
"A"C New Deal for 7 months,

t FRYERS S LB. MRS INEZ ASQUECo but belnc he's one on of his New way Deal's to 3 5'' _

I r CHUCK OR CLUB by the combined Chairman choirs ol best regulars.

49C the church with VTS Luel- Lamar lives at 128
1 AKSLB. Chelsea Street with his
McBride as soloist. I
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The Youth program will be wife Bertha and 3

//I 'Hi'M S-" L 39FLORIDA 2 McIntosh S resented p:.. with in charge.from Mrs. 4 Anna until H. children.of In the the Galllea Masons He Is Kl.slonar.rBaptist and a leaner sings

Church Choir.
Grant Memorial is located
tt the intersection

; DO%. 38 C Clay and Orange Sts. The safe ride call Mr. i Six Short Months That

j. 2 POWDERS se "ublic is Invited to all Laaar Shirley drivingNew

services. Deal Cab 123 Day. Will 1 Be BENEFICIALfor

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I Fla. A & M To H stMlt Joins Pepsi-Cola's TeamERNIE Mtrdifii Cited Miamian Heads Collegiate Group

I Convention zF ..
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for the National Home LOS ANGELESDuringthe

Demonstration Agents annual alumni banquet -

Association annual .Convention :', held here last
.1 'I
I were fonrulated Saturday night, James
during a meeting of the Meredith, first Negro pj.
I Executive Committee here $/ { j zr 1 student to break Ole
f .4 ,
at Florida A&M Uni- Miss's rarial barriers,
versity. The national was awarded Tuskegee
convention will be held
.y Institute's Booker T.
here on the FAMU campus Washington citation.The .
October 69.Progress F
>f former AlabamaInstitute's
reports will ;. students
be made at the Doe Lake
cited Meredith for '
meeting of the state z <
"outstanding progressin : Y
agents later this
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the field of human w
spring. Final plans will 9y u _
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rights. "p V' = "' IV ----t -
be completed during the Leom Desegregation HOWARD UNIVERSITY'S commerce and industry stu- Club president and a senior- from Miami-w---------Market- -

short course here at dents got a closer look at the inner-workings of ing Club president Aldred R. Craig of Cincinnati,
Florida A&M' in June.Mltltls Proposal Attacked big business when they were guests of officialsof also a senior H. Naylor Fitzhugh assistant

lnorts TALLAHASSEE -- Objec- Eastern Esso Region of Humble Oil and Refin- professor of marketing conducted the tour. Hosts
tions to Leon Co nty's ing Company chief domestic affiliate of Humble for the group shown at speakers table fro

Court Dill school board plan to Oil Company (New Jersey), the meeting taking left are: W. N. Farlie, standing: W. P. Alston

DAVIS (left) former Syracuse University desegregate its public place in'New York City. In the Executive Suite J. S. Avery E. H. Beatty and C. A. Carter

BOSTON (ANF-) Controversial ,- All-American gridiron star and the 1961 Heisman school system were givedby where the meeting was heldmany problems are Messrs Alston and Avery are active in Huable'
Firger Johnny the NAACP here last resolved which concern hundreds of millions of educadional-relations program.The tour included
Trophy winner, is shown here with R. H. Snyder,
MatMi- last seek was declared president of Pepsi-Cola Bottling Company of week. dollars in sale, purchases and investments. The visits to the American Stock Exchange, Federal

in default of bail Cleveland, following the announcement of Davis' Directed by Federal student group included: B. H. Dixon, Business Reserve, and Johnson Publishing Company. .
in South Boston District Divisionas Judge Harrold Carswellto
joining Pepsi-Cola Company's Marketing
Court when he failed to submit a plan to the
a trainee. Mr. Davis, assigned to Pepsi-Cola
arrear to anpver a charge Company's Columbus, Ohio regional office, will court the school board tsoTM
and agreed to, integrate its
of battery
receive his training In Cleveland, under the
brought against him by a first grade next
tutelage of Mr. Snyder. A member of the Cleve-
white September but submitted
22-year-old girl.
land Browns football team, Mr. Davis Joins
The girl Miss Carol Re- another plan whereby Negro -
another teammate, Jim Brown, in his PepsiColawork.
UCl2 of suburban parents wishing
r Brown, who has been with Pepsi-Cola
., their children to attend
P eve rei claimed Mathis Company since 1959, is currently a member of the ,
her face len she white school to file
slipped organization's national accounts sales staff.
tried to take his plcturi- specific requests.

in a Boston night club on,
Jan. 16.MatLis .

who was arrested "
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thAn freed in $200 bail s
pending trial, has denied

the charge. He also
pleaded! inm.ccnt in a prf- Dainty Acetate TricotSleepwear
liminary hearing in court

here recently. 1

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baby doll, waltz shift, or
jt "BYE. BYE BABY r'' fitted waltz"gown.
1 tt Sizes 34 to 48.
, Folks who want to go 1 .
bye bye call New Deal fr ,

/ and along comes Mr. ) /4
Edmund (known as Baby)

Fogle and his Cab 1145 GULF OIL GRANTS totaling $3,318 were presented to Bishop Collegeof .

t Day. Most everyone has South Dallas Texas, by M. C. Enright, manager of Gulf Fort
ridden with Mr. Fogle florth Division Marketing. The awards, comprising a $3,000 cap-
sometime in the 4 years ital grant for the purchase of plant and equipment and a direct
he's been driving for grant of $318 were made as part of Gulf s continuing Aid to Education Cannon Bath Towels

New Deal and everyone program. Presentation ceremonies were attended bye( tor):

knows they can count on Dr.. M. .K Curry, Jr. Bishop College president; Carr P. Collins,
him for a safe, pleasant chairman of the board of Bishop's Development Campaign Committee: 2 $100

ridehe hasn't had an M. C. F right; and T. E. Curry, Gulf area sales manager. Earlier orThey're
accident in all those this year, Gulf presented Aid to Education grants to 38 Negro col-

4 .years.Mr. and universities.
Teces t
Fogle lives at 1563 extra large -a full 22by 44in fashkm
stripes checks, solids. Values to 891 each you
Van Buren street and is INDEPENDENT OIL CO. Top Performer F + rI save bi gslight at Kress on fine quality towels with: such
one of the many New Deal KEROSENE HOME DELIVERY imperfections they're hard to find, won't affect -
drivers who owns his own MECHANIC ON DUTYIke wear a bit.

home. He has 2 grown, Joseph --.-----------..-.- Proprietox I Wash cloths Special! 6 for 68 C
married children a son State and Jefferson Streets El 6-9432

and a daughter and ida

Missionary Baptist Church. Special

bye Whenever bye in you a hurry want,to Just go 'r Big 9' x 12' Room Size

call for Baby" Fogle G teem Shadow-Paneled J Viscose Foam CushionedRugs

and 1145 his Day. New Deal Cab Fancy Half-Slip

It surf te witch ur half
four hew Sunday memingt
it 9:10 OHtChiniiel, 4, ftiturinf SSe
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tingling k SALE $

There's and
time annual Gretel and Ger- applique w.
trim and
COMPANY tie Talent School's embroidery Y -
1IIS Ktat a M. Dl II ..U II ftHSi COtl COMPANY MAKES ICE-CLEM TCCli-THAT S WHY O S *OCOOD annual extravangza is a seam-to-seam .y
shadow White
slated for Fridaynight paneL
and colors. Regularly
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May 3rd among
Sizes S, M, L. .
the array of all- / $27.99
star youth featuringthe i
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Ceremony Highlights ActivityINSTALLATION Venetian Club Holds; "Mr. Wonderful" Spearheads DriveFOLLOW Jaxons Sing i

Installation;Maps t With 6JC Choir

sT. PETERSBURG When the .
Progressive ProgramProject
V t Gibbs Junior College Choir
comes to Jacksonville
ta Jri SpectacularThe
month for a concert, there
f will be two
sophoswrr songsters -
Venetian Club. Inc.,
recently held Its annual from Jacksonville

installation banquet at singing with the group.

Club El Dorado. Dr. DanielL. Prlscilla King and Levi
,, ar
k Lauray Installation McIntosh will be among the
S.r x speaker gave a brief and 40 members of the choir

precise talk on the pro- when it comes to town to

.; ,,as gress that had been made sing Hay 10th in the Civic

# we R yin the community. He it i Auditorium. The choir ha!
; l. stated that "It was been invited to sing in
f' ..+ .through collective sources THE LEADER---Sammy Davis Jr. left, an Jacksonville for the Church '.

rt these achievements NAACP life member since 195), accepts two junior of God in Christ's Educational '
.. were life memberships for his children, Sydney Mark and Fund.
made and that the duties
'of each elected officer Is Tracey Hillivi, from Dr. Eugene T. Reed presidentof Miss King is the daughterof
the Association's New York State Conference.
his challenge to carry out Mr. and Mrs. Morris King
OF OFFICERS featured activi- Scene was recent Appollo Theatre benefit for the of 1518 E. 21st
C.Bradley Mrs. Lillie M. Jones Street.
RaymondD. his duty to the best of
ties of the Ribault Heights Manhattan NAACP starring "Mr. Wonderful."
CommunityClub NAACP
Gibbs co-ed is and
Cobb Sr. Mrs. John Monroe, William his ability.
last Saturday night during the meet- junior life memberships are for children under 12 honor graduate from MatthewW.
Scott M. W.
Jr.Mrs. Guyton, Mrs. George Officers and members are: '
ing held in the home of Mr. and Mrs. Ray- and cost one hundred dollars. Gilbert High School ,
Starkes and Atty. D. W. Perki'ns. Back Louis I. Stukes presi-
mond Sr. of 6705 Roth Drive. Elected to (Layne Photo) class of 1961. McIntosh is
from left
row : Joseph Thayer, Thomas sent; Frank C. Cooper
post for 1963 were: William Scott Jr. Brown and Seb Chester. Committee chair- vice president; Johnny the son of Mr. and Mrs.

president; George H. Starkes, vice presi- men for 1963 are: Mrs. Hadassah Bullard, Davis, recording secretary "- Deltas 1963 Itinerary Set Levi McIntosh of 1459 W.
dent; Mrs. M. W. GuYton recording secre- 15th Street. McIntosh
welfare is an
; Mrs. Margaret Starkes, youth ; Thomas Myers, financial -
tary; Seb Chester, financial secretary; auxiliary; Mrs. Verdie C. Bradley, pro- secretary; Nathaniel For Kick Off Monday, April 29fh t honor graduate from Stanton
Joseph Thayer business managerMrs. Senior HiLt School.
gram; Mrs. Vannette Thayer, entertainment Sears, treasurer; Frank
Lillie M. Jones, reporter; Raymond D. Organizations participating in the 1963 The two are quite activein
; Mrs. Brown, contact; Mrs. Courtney, business manager;
Cobb Sr. chaplain; John A. Monroe, Sgt. Lillie M.Jones, publicity; Mrs. Beatrice Wheeler Salley, assistant Jabberwock have selected an intriguing student activities" at
At Arms, and Mrs. Verdell Bradley, par- Gilliard business varietyoof stops to make during their the Suncoast school. Pris-
membership: Mrs. Lucinda manager; Leonard
liamentarian. Atty. D. W. Perkins servedas Jackson, auditing. Atwater public relation tour of 'Streets Internationale, cilla is a Berber" of the

installator.Some of the members shownin leaving 8 p.m. Monday, April 29th, from YWCA and the Collegiate
(Royal Art Photo by C. J. Simon) chairman; William Wells,
attendance from left are: Mrs. Verdie sgt-at-arirs; John Wash, the New Stanton Senior High School Audi- Council for the United

custodian Willie Robin- torium, and returning approximately Nations. Miss King was
I POLICE REPORTSFORMER son; Curtis Taylor. Advisory 10 p.m. on the same date. selected "Miss Choir" by

Board members are: This year's audience will N a ss au. the singing group.

MENTAL PATImTCHAF.GED Duval Medical Center witha .t ;.-A Walter Cruse Bertram accompany nine of them to Our next stop is Mexico. McIntosh is a member of

WITH DFSTROYING large laceration on the Dapiels, Freddie Faust and eight countries where each !Herewe stroll down Avenidode the College's debating tear

PRIVATE PROPERTY top of her hand but the JOhn'PIckcns. group will assume the responsibility Francisco I Madera with and the baseball tear. In

extent of her Injury was President Louis I. Stukes of serving as Eta Phi Beta Sorority describing addition he is student
unknown at the time the guides through the street the landmarks. manager of the College's
A man reported to be on. in his speech stated that
leave from an Augusta Ga.Hospital's police report was- given. .,'\ -?roeress Spectacular63was : and country listed on the Finally we head for the Student Service Center.
Patrolmen D.D. McDonaldand ',' following itinerary: United States. While en Jacksonville native Alvin
mental ward the
,was slogan for this
J.S. Madden investi- Prior to departure, we route. New Stanton Senior Downing, choir conductorand
charged with being drunk year.
;ated. will witness the crowningof High School announces: head of the" music department -
and destroying private . . . t The Club has purchased a Miss Jabberwock, 1963, 'Destination: Freedom will accompany
property Tuesday night tract of land in the
FIGHT RESULTSTN who will reign over thet Road! We land in New the choir to Jacksonville,
police reported.Patrolmen ;, Northwest section of the"
MAN' ARRESTA our. Orleans and are chauffered also.
Marvin Young city. Under the progress We then take-off fot
along Basin Street by the
and S. Washington said man found lying on the spectacular program funds Europe, landing in Italy, Alpha Kappa Alpha Sorority. Fla. A & M Chapter
witnesses stated they ground Friday night April will be raised to supportthe where Douglas Anderson
"> exit from
"' Making our cus-
tried to get the suspectto 19th was treated at Duval Ei -2! YMCA Urban League, Senior High School will tans, we are amazed to come Taps 9 inductees
leave a Myrtle Avenue Medical Center and lateron ,--: Boys and Girls Parental guide us down the street of
upon the Y-Teens enjoyingthe TALLAHASSEE -- Nine
liquor lounge before h* another man was arrested ROAD BUILDER---John H. Slaughter is one of three Home and the Community Pizza Ognissanti; Spain good life on Main Florida A4M! University

got into trouble but to no for beating him Negro civil engineers with the Forest Service of Chest. with Matthew W. Gilbert Street U.S.A. students were inductedas

o avail. police reported.The the U. S. Department of Agriculture, who are Also under the program, ushering us through Pascole This fabulous tour is available charter members of
Witnesses added that when victim was Ned Sams, helping to extend the network of roads throughthe the Venetians will launcha la Castellona; an d I to all the Alpha Gamma Chapterof
the man reached the exit, building fund effort for France, where Alpha Phi persons
34, of 6181 Kentucky St. National Forests for the increasing numberof carrying 1963 Jabberwock the Chi Delta Mu.
he became suddenly enragedand Alpha Fraternity takes us
its Club house.
The party arrested was recreation visitors. Mr. Slaughter is sta- Passports being issued by Medical. Dental and
kicked out the glassin Willie Fred Stucky of 1419 tioned in the SeattleWash. area. ---USDA Photo Master of Ceremonies shopping -' 'In a Parisian all members of Delta Sigma Pharmaceutical Fraternity. -
the door loss being Willie Robinson had Frank Market" on LaRue de la
Evergreen St. Theta Sorority Jackson- All nine of the

estimated Police carried at $500.the man to Barbara Newsome of 1548 1 1500 Seventh I Day Adventist. i. I Courtney( the ,Club a charter, to give membero abrief ?From ai x. Europe, we cross over ville Alumnae Chapter,, ,qr. newly inductees are enrolled -
Spearing St. told police the Caribbean Islands to be Friends of Delta for $1.00. in the FAMU
history the
Duval Medical Center there Stucky start d' the figbt. Youths Attend Gibbs ConfabST. of entertained by the Omega Passport good for one two- school of pharmacy.
he is being held pending Police said they went to .organization. It was Psi Phi Fraternity in pic-
hour tour.
return to the Augusta"ospit.e.I. PETERSBURG---The quarterly meeting of the brought out that the Vene-
Stucky's home and found turesque Montego Bay. Thenwe
him in bed.He was arrestedon Seventh Day Adventist Church's (SDA) Youth Fed- t ion Club, Inc. Is the swing around to the Ba- Distinguished Graduate
.. . . . oldest active Civic
charges of fighting. eration attracted 1500 members Saturday. The and hamas Island and relax with TAlLAHASSEE---Dr. George W. Gore Jr. presidentif

PAIR APRP8TFD Sams was kept overnightfor members, representing 15 Central and NorthernFl Social organization in the Sigma Gamma Rho Sorority Florida A. and M. University is one of 13 I

FOR FIGHTING observation of in- rida cities, met on the campus of Gibbs this City. on Laird Street in l DePauw University graduates now holding positions

juries. Junior College with St. Petersburg's M. C. as college or university presidents.EARNING .

Joseph-Lee Forrester 34, Patrolmen F.C. Abernathyand Strachan chapter of the Him SDA Church serving

1324 Prince St. and Ernest W.J. Johnson investi- as host chapter. Elim SDA minister I. Harrellis r

Dunning were arrested by gated. Federation sponsor. and LEARNING

police after their argument . . . Among highlights of the High point of the after-

erupted into a fight CME Bishop s activity filled meetingwere noon session was the free

last Sunday night, police ; : a DOIT ire: message by discussion, led by youths*

reported. Wife i f' Dies 'Elder Earl Lewis, youthful on suitable activities that Boys & Girls Can Make Money
Forrester was treated at I i minister of Mitcd' s Trinity church members may engageIn.

Duval Medical Center for GARY ind. -- (ANP) --Temple SDA Church; a panel .

cuts on the back of hit Mrs. Rosa Lee Allen. 63. discussion on social problems The evening session fea-

neck. wife of Bishop J. Claude : and oratorical con- tured the Temperance Oraj'

The incident was investi- Allen pastor of the test; and a social hour. torical Contest with Varivernard Hundreds of Florida Star NewsboysAre

gated by Patrolmen 0. Bowman Israel CME Church, died Speaking to a capacity Bryant of Jackson-

and A. James in Methodist Hospital here audience that gathered in ville winning first place.

. . . last week. She had been a the College auditorium She spoke on "Alcohol-.' EARNING from $1. to $10.00 Weekly s,

WOMAN'S SCREAM patient in the hospitalfor during the morning session, Killer on the Loose. Q

THWARTS ROBBERYMrs. only a week. Elder Lewis emphasized Winning second place was And LEARNING to do business.

Ethel Mae Thomas of Bishop Allen is a former the need for men and wo- Marva Groom of Dayton
1301 Oakley St. told police school board member. men to be taught b y Beach who made a dramatic YOUNGSTERS! you cure smart and

she was walking along Beside her husband sur- Christ. Speaking on the speech on the same subject.

the 1000 clock of Florida viving are one daughter. meeting's theme of 'Christ Placing third was PatriciaE. want' to earn your own money

Avenue Monday night when Mrs. Claudia Shannon of Our Instructor. he observed Jones of Tampa She this is the to do it.
someone called her name. Cleveland. Ohio; four sisters the "hustle and spoke on 'The Evils of

When she stopped and Mrs. Maxine Martinof bustle" that is a part of Alcohol and Tobacco. child -
PARENTS! Your not
turned around, she added, Washington. D.C. Mrs. today's fast-paced livingand AUTO TAG FOUNDA may_

a man struck her on the Gardina Vaughn and Mrs. asserted that many are 1963 Florida Duval need but the training gainedas
top of her head and said, Ernestine Trindle both of forgetting about God. He auto tag has been found money,

'give me your money'Mrs. Detroit and Mrs. Verdell attain perfection: "Be and will be returned to a newsboy will help him to be
Thomas stated she Fleming, of Gary, and two still and know that I IUIGod" \ the owner if its serial

screamed and the man brothers Ulysses Martin Sit Still" and number is described. successful in later life. Many of the
fled the scene. of Hampton, Va. and falter Stand Still. Persons may call Brenda

The victim was taken to ':artin, of Detroit. McCord ELgin 4-8740.
most successful men were Newsboys

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OUT FOR REVENGE are the King utbsfd'e Hawks and StN1 mho as AlI Send ay child 20 copies of the Florida Star en "7

Giants of the Clarence L. Jackson ;Drummer Boys and Uiddleburg Twins; I credit to start him in business. I will pay the r

ball League which dropped a Cubs-Sunbeam Braves; Jax Clip- Florida Star lit for each copy he sells. Those

last Sunday by 15-2 and 6-5 Bucks'A and the Cavaliers.. .. Last Sunday's that are not sold, I will return and will not be -
Jax Kings 17-9 and 7-4 the
: over
the Cavaliers. This Sunday, owner I I required to pay for unsold copies. .
Brookurst's (standing extreme left Twins; Sunbeam Braves 17-9
with the 7-4 over the Southside Hawks; and
club will clash Sunday 1 ..

Colts; Jax Kings versus the Jax ; side Drummer Colts. Boys by 9-7 over, the. West- I 1I_ SIGNATURE.OP.PARENT OR GUARDIAN _

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TON-AGE CLINICIANS of the Duval County Guidance Price, James Weldon Johnson, presiding; Patricia Panelists shown seated from left are: Rev.J.B.F. Mrs. R. P. Whitelock. Mrs. A. M. McIntosh Mrs.A. .

Association presented their third annual program Squall M. W. Gilbert Sr. meditation; Betty Williams Samuel Edward
Demps, Hickson Mrs.
G. McIntosh Mrs. F. T. Johnson, Mrs. B. H.
themed "Why Do Teen-Agers Go Bad?" during a Curry, Northwestern Sr., occasion; Anest Schell,. Gloria Best, Mrs. Betty Corley, Mrs. Vera Davis, Walker, Mrs. R. L. Ray and R. L. Knight. W. E.
panel discussion Tuesday afternoon in the audi- New Stanton Sr. introduction of speaker
; Mary Thomas B. Hargrave and Dozell Varner. The Teen- is chairman of the sponsoring organization
torium of the Afro-American Life Insurance Co. Alice Smith Douglas Anderson Sr. observance Henderson
; Age Clinic Committee are: Miss L. E. Solomon M. is guidance coordinator.Dr. .
and Mrs. A. Espy
Duval Juvenile Court Judge Lamar Winegeart was Calvin Allen, introduction of consultants. Mrs.-
chairman: Mrs. E. L. George co chairman; Mrs.J. J. Irving E. Scott, assistant director of
the principal speaker. Program participants from Betty Corley was the moderator. In photo left .
G. Wyatt Mrs. C. J. Miller, Mrs. T. H. Liv- closing remarks.
the junior and senior high schools were: Gail Duval education gave
Judge Winegeart is shown the main
giving address. ingston, Mrs. M. B. Streets, Mrs. S. E. Brooks. (Royal Art Studio photos by Walter Wright)

Fountain Stewards Mother Midway Union CommunityTo
__ Yes We All Tilk
Will Celebrate46th Plans Spring Tea CelebrateMen's ,

n Day SundayMen's Y x NraM
s By Marcus H. Boulware
Steward Board of A
Day will be cele- >

Fountain Chapel AME Church the
brated throughout day
When a child is making an error sound, one of
737 Jessie st. .will cele- Sunday in Union CommunityAME
the best ways to correct the sound is to Isolateit
brate its 46th anniversary Church, Beaver and
from the rest of the word.
during a program Sunday at Eaverson Sts.Officials .
!! Once the child can produce the sound in isolation -
3 p.m. in the church, S. D. 'j for the day
then have him use the sound in syllablesof
Davis, vice president, an- will be; Samuel Thompson
nonsense syllables. Many speech correct!on ists
nounced. chairman; Leroy Mosley
C v44 use an electric approach-trying various
vY.RQ'x techniques
Members and friends art
co chairman; Johnny Griggs
and using what seems to yield the best results
urged to be present since reporter; D. Harrington
with the particular child.
the event will be pre- program chairman.
sented for benefit of the Activities will begin One thing we do know is that the technique of

teaching the new sound in nonsense .syllables is
church. .
with Sunday School at 9:30
Sunday's order of service effective In tenacious casee where the child
a.m. with R.B. Simmons as
does not respond to auditory stimulation and
begins with Sunday Schoolat I guest superintendent; A.W. ,
9:30 a.m. with Superin- } Cottrell. adult instructorand where he holds on strongly to his error.

tendent In charge. Morning .---- Clarence Anderson. READERS: For my parliamentary chart of motions

worship begins at 11 o' MRS. VERDIE ELDER beginner's class teacher.Rev. send fifty cents to Dr. Marcus H. Boulware
oratorical techniques during the recent meeting of
( clock. Rev. F.J. Jones Mrs. Verdie Elder prominent Landon L. Williams DISCUSSING Box 310-A, Florida A. and M. University,
the Seventh Day Adventist Youth Federation arefrom left-Robert Tallahassee.
pastor is requesting that and
religious will be principal speaker Jones of Gibbs Junior College and Tampa! ; Vanvernard Bryant Syl-

all choirs serve through social-civic leader of the during the 11 a.m. worshipand vester Veils, and Rose Mary Fweeney, all of Jacksonville. ells, **\, tx.v.<,__..-v4.._*, w% kv.<*.%.r*,.r" out the day. Deliveranceof city will be principal will be Introduced by Jacksonville Temperance Leader of the Church coached Bryant to a a

the sermon will beginat speaker when the annual Rev. Roosevelt Williams. first place finish in this year's Temperance Contest and coached Motley Enterprises r
11:30'0' clock. Spring Tea sponsored by Others featuring the pro- Sweeney to a first place finish in last year's contest. 1500-
The pastor reQuests that the various boards of will be: the South- '
gram youth workers attended the meeting which was held at Gibbs Ji'or
all members fulfull their Mother Midway AMR Church, side Male Chorus. Eugene College. EDGEWOOD .
obligetions The ACE Lea- are celebrated Sunday at
Flagg. Oscar Seniors Rev.R. (GJC staff photo by Leo Ballard) r
3:30 in the home of a
gue will meet at 5:30 p.m. p.m. Williams. Rev. N. Mc-
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with the president in Mrs. Gertrude Morse, 1121 Cray, Clarence Anderson ; .a

charge. Choirs will fea- Price Street. Johnny Griggs. Rev. L. Sweetlield Plans Miss J. D. Smith Golden Jubilee a; PO 5.9494 /

ture 15 minute Mrs. Sarah Best program a
a song ser- Williams Edward Douting. !
vice. Fvening service be chairman, has arranged the Hezekiah Smith. Marvin Gigantic Revival Recital Feature Session Dates MON CRIEF ROAD 7:30 o'clock.Tuesday's following program: Teal Samuel Thompson. Here Sundaybegins r, a

prayer service Mrs. Lessie Ford, prayer; Leroy Mosley and Rev. N. u. u Are AnnouncedMrs. & 45th STREET

starts at 7:30 p. m. Class Mrs. Ida Armstrong, intro- 'M cCray. Monday; May 6 St. Philips Episcopal ;
duction of mistress of Church wome 's com- Alberta J. Williams PO 5.9281
meeting begins at 8 p.m. Benediction dinner will Rev. 0. Lewis noted r
ceremonies Mrs. Ruth mittees have completed public relations directorand ------
The pastor is asking} all be served on the church Evangelist from West
Glover; welcome address. plans for the recital secretary of the Pro- ; PLENTY OF ICE COLD a
rerbers and ladies to be grounds immediately Florida will conduct
Mrs. Muelen Morse; response scheduled for Sunday gressive Baptist State
present Choirs will meet following morning service.At nightly services along ; '
Mrs. Theresa Win- night featuring promi- Convention of Florida
for rehearsal Wednesday at 3 o' clock, the youth with prominent local WATERMELONSFRESH
guard; soloes Miss Minnie clergymen their choirs nent Miss Jacqueline D. wishes to clarify a state-
7:30 p.m. On May 3rd at of the church will present .
ment the Jubi-
L. Jackson Mrs. Hollis ushers and congregations, Smith. The program gets concerning
8 p.m. a Love feast will a program under the direc- lee Session carried in thestar's t
Felton. when Sweetfield Baptist underway at 7:30 0'clock
be held in tie church.G. tion, of Mary McNealy and
Introduction of speaker Church 1 launches; its in the church auditorium.The April 20th issue
Longfellow presidentof Mrs, Lillie Mae Bell. CATFISH lb.4ge
Mrs. Alma Blackshear; solo I greatest annual Hevival in recital will be concerning recommendationsof
the Southside male The Ernest L. Murray ,
General President J C
Rev. Frederick Morse and history beginning Monday segmented in five
gospel chorus announces Albert Jackson; remarks, Prayer Band will have night, May 6. Rev. D.P, parts and will feature Sams during his annual ad- LARGE BAKING'HENS
that a recital will be charge from 6:30 until
Charlie Robinson and Allen Barnes pastor announced. works of such renowned dress.
held in Fountain Chapel 7:30 o'clock. Speaker will Rev Sams stated that the '
Mrs. The event terminates on
Thomas appreciation. Handel 29cj
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composers as i
Tuesday night May 7 at8pm be Rev. Ernest L. Murray Friday night. May 17th. Convention will observe lb.
Jones remarks -
L.G. closing
Mrs. Irene Fountain ; Costa, Bach, Bizet,
who will be introduced by According to Rev. Barnes. its Golden Jubilee ses-
sponsor is staging the and benediction.Rev.J. Mozart, Schbert, Saint-
\ Charles Roland.Leroy "This is not a stylish sion March 17 through the GRADE 'A'
recital for benefit of the .W. Jones, pastor. Saens Verdi, Johnsonand
Mallory, Horace revival. Come sing, shout 24th 1964 in Shiloh Bap- 25c a
church mortgage. Friendsand Friends and the publicare Burleigh.,
Adams. Ansley Hicks. Fred pray and bring a friend or tist Church' Orlando. Rev. ,? ,
the general public are invited. The event is another FRYERS
invited. White will join the friends. in the cultural seriesnow Curtis. Jackson host ;I Limit 3 to a cistoner 3A i

ministers and laymen who Sharing in the firstnight's pastor.The .

DEADLINE FOR NEWS IS serve during the morning preaching will be St. being Philip sponsored and the at general committeewill ; FRESH TURKEY J

TUESDAY at NOON service as evening program Pev. W.F. Young pastorof general public is in- include:

FLORIDA STAR participants. Tabernacle Baptist vited. Rev. E. Armster of Clearwater -

2323 Monerief Rd Corner 13th Street Members of the Friendly Church along with his Miss Smith is a former chairman; Rev. R.H. I I NECKS 2 1 Us. 35CI

Westside Ushers Union will congregation. New Stan ton High Glee Wilson. Jacksonville cochairman ,

serve throughout the day. Club member and won additional ; and Rev. H. B.

CenterMyrtle The public is invited to Mother Midway renown during Whitehurst of Sanford. FIRST

attend her college years in This committee will also ;k $

AME Church Texas. head the Pledges prograg_ I
Ave. and Adorns Phone Et 41468U. OPEN FOR BUSINESS CHOPS I. tr

According to the pastor.
104 StN ... WHir. r

SPECKLED TROUT u.59'u. New & Used Furniture. Jones presiding elder of a GRATEFUL FOR THE ; SELECT

Clothing Shoes and the North Jacksonville CONFIDENCEEXPRESSED

MEDIUM SHRIMP 89c: other liquidated stock, District will hold the "_ k. BY YOUR t LIVER 3 lb.9ge i

LARGE SHRIMP F..* tww ... s1.10STEAMED Cash or EZ-Terms. Duval Second Quarterly Con- _::-' VOTE. .
Liquidation Co. 1053 ference in Mother Midway < ,
STONE CRAB CLAWS u. SIc Broad to Day- AKF Church Friday night at THAN STREAK-0-LEAH WHITEBACON ;

light) Market. Phone 8 o'cloct. ;

BLUEFISH u. 3SeIpOMPANO I 1). $115 355-3834 Tour Patronage The pastor requests the Ibs.9ge j

Welcomed! presence of all boards 3
auxiliaries and urges them

V FRESH WATER SALT financial reports ready 1

' CATFISH ,.. 4k MULLET ROE ? age Make Our Precinct for the business session.Sunday's A but man his can vision dedicate and ambition his time must and abilities be shored to by a task the I Pork LIVER Ibs. 89c !I

SPANISH SALT A Better Place to services people if the lob is done. You have, by keeping me .

MULLET u. 2tcu.20c Live. Vote Sunday; .: School 9:30 a.a. in office, indicated your desire to keep Jacksonville fRESH GROUND j

MACKERELLISHEEPHOSE LIa. 35c & Elect la. Morning service 11:00 L m going forward.

u. 35c MULLET m1tteem R.Davis,an Com-, p.m.Stewards' Spring Tea 6:30 3:30 LOUIS H. (Lou) RITTER I Beef 3 Ibs.9ge i

Evening Worship p.II.
MULLET Precinct 3BApril-
u. Rev. Jones will deliver CITY COMMISSIONER

G.,.. 'Cft.uola STEAK F ISH u. 5Sc 30, Second botlv the 11 a.n7 and 6:3C HIGHWAYS SEWERS AIRPORTS 5 Hair Oilier Bargains To Cbsest Frsi

RED SNAPPER 59c t Pd.Pol.Adv.bY Louis if. (fLou RUter ,
u. imited AntMii Primary. Wm.R.jmvia p.m. sermons. *\**i \t # *ts 4 rfsv** /mj6ASATIRBAY -


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J 8 __ ---, .- _- "d __ .-_ FLORIDA STAR .. SATURDAY___ n_n n APRIL_ ____ _77':" 1961.!__"" .,

J Exam Honorees Club I F ere s Youth During Annual I Pro e c t

Cited" At New i Fla. Normal To Observe

Stanton Sr. High Founder's Day Saturday

Principal Charles D.
Brooks of New Stanton
Seventy-first AnnualFounders' .
Senior High School gave a
Day observanceat
special honors .banquet to
Florida Normal aad Industrial -
the nearly two dozen stu-

dents who took and successfully Memorial College
April 27 and will begin

passed the Army ::1.TT/: promptly at 10 a.m. la the
Test administered at the ,. M
-0 ti.Y.y Anderson Hall Chapel according -
school recently. The ban-
to President R. !.
quet was held in the cafe- Puryear.The .

teria Tuesday morning with
main address will be
James Gloster, presidentof
k delivered by Rev. J.H. Mc-
the student council,
Kissick Pastor of the
local First Baptist Church
3 ..
Participants on the pro- ) t F iT
who is a native of Pickens,
gram Included Carey White
gd South Carolina. He is a
who gave the Flag Salute;
graduate of Benedict Col-
Claude Hilliard Jr. who ,
r .i e lege and is completing his
introduced: the, main r d
a -
,4 rd
s sixth year in St. Augustine
speakers in the persons of ,., t 'r Other participants will

Sgts. A. Wheeler U, S. '
: : : include President R.W.
Army Women's Division and f k1M
--- _, ,..eo -... ........< tU,1I"a.L7fL: Puryear who will preside:
A. Longwith of the U.S. OFFICERS AND MEMBERS of the Venetian Club, Inc.,
Stukes while Frank Courtney (left) business members who received eggs.In background from Rev. R.H. Wilson. KennethC.
Army. successfully of their annual
one pro manager, Leonard Atwater, public relations left are: Frank Courtney, Wheeler Salley, Boys Huenink John L. Jack-
Remarks were made by jects recently when they presented to the
eggs Home Dozell Varner son, Otis K. Knowles and
chairman; Wheeler Salley, assistant business Supervisor President Stukes,
Principal Charles D. Boys and Girls Parental Homes. In photo left, Mrs.
Leonard Atwater and Bertram Daniels. Annual Miss Andrea McNeil. They
and Bertram Daniels look on. In photo
Brooks, who congratulated Zelma Hodge, supervisor of the Girls Home receives -
right (foreground) are some of the Boys Home contributions are also made to the YMCA, Urban will bring greetings from: :
the young men for their
presentation from club president Louis I.
The Board of Trustees .
achievements and wished League, Boy Scouts and Community Chest. :
-- Faculty Alumni Association ::

them well in their future Honor Societies Gibbs Instructor Teen TalkHi Clark Grad Enjoys AssignmentWith and Student Body respec- :
Convene At t tively. :

Music was furnished by Attends Nat'l 1 ConfabST. Teens, Social clubs are much in the news this Peace Corps In Africa Principal Charles D. ;:
the Prairie
music department and View
week. There are quite a few teen age clubs in Brooks of New Stantor::
featuring the band ensemble PRAIRIE VIEW Texas PETERSBURG -- C.B. ABIDJAN Ivory Coast---peace Corps Volunteer
various sections of our fair city. Most of the Senior High School in Jack- ';
under the directionof One hundred and three Keene, Dean of Students at Carolyn T. Dukes, a 1962 graduate of Atlanta '
are organized to promote social and civic sonville will deliver the :
K.D. McFarlin Sr. As- delegates and advisers Gibbs Junior College, was Georgia's Clark College, is thoroughly enjoyingher
activities. This column will list one club each special remarks at the
sistlng'were Miss L.E. from 34 chapters attendedthe among several hundred administrators work in adult education here.
week. This week we will feature the Green Pasture Grave Ceremony in memory
Solomon, dean of girls 25th annual conventionof attending the nutri-
; writing, child care,
Guild. The alluring Atlantan ar- of the late Nathan W. Collier -
Mrs. Ruth P. Whitelocke the Alpha Kappa Mu 49th Annual Meeting of the
ived here in late Septem- sewing and other
The Green Pasture Guild has a roster of teens ton and Mrs. Sarah A.
counselor-test coordinatorand National Honor Society American Association of
who have every letter of the alphabet in their er. and is working andcaching courses. Blocker.
Mrs. Marie B. Streets, here recently Collegiate Registrars and in one of the One of more than 45 Peace
names. over the officers and members Serving wreath bearers
counselor for eleventh and Dr. Edith I. Jones of the Admission Officers (AACRO), care- vory Coast's 'Foyerseminins'Schools Volunteers in Ivory as
fully and see if I Corps will be Misses Verdell
am not right. Wesley Smith,
Baylor University Medical, last week. The meeting was
twelth grade students at for Coast she and other Volun-
..president, ; Peggy Boone, vice president; Betty Thompson and Barbara Brooks
staff awardeda held April 15-19 in the
College was side-by-
New Stanton. dult Women) in the surb- teers are working
'Brown, secretary; Beverly sawyer, corresponding Special music will be
certificate of merit for Statler Hilton Hotel New rban area of this nation'sapital side with Ivoirien teachers
Job Opportunity achievement in medical York City. secretary; Bernard Mackey, parliamentarian; city. under the Ministry of Edu- rendered by the College

r education by Dr. George W. The meeting featured ten Ulysses Harris, sargeant-at-arms; Ruth Mason, :Women from the surrounding cation and the supervisionof Choir under the directionof

Gore Jr. for ARM. The panel discussions, several Carolyn Peterson, Beverly Amos, Betty Roberts,.illages and towns come to the local school princi- Associate Professor
Rudolph Brown, Marvin King Melvin and headmasters. Kenneth C. Huenink.
Florida A&M University general sessions and a few King, EugeneThorpe he Foyer Feminins dailyor pals
Carolyn Kelly, Vernon Johnson Barbrtta
president presented the tours. instructions in reading

award during the annual General sessions were ea- Bentley, Fred Sawyer, Hamp Dawson, Thelma Israel,

banQUet. Texas Southern' .. tured by the appearance of Jennifer Gibbs, Beverly Frazier and Kenneth Skit SlatedF

presIdent Dr. Samuel such educational notablesas Holzendolph. A
Dr. Logan Wilson, presi- Enough about our club. Let's peek at our vital
N abrit, was the banquet ,.
speaker. dent, American Council on stacistics for his week. Someone wanted to know or B CC ShowingDAYTONA

something about Little Eva, the teen who pushed
Education; David Wodlinger,
The stages in the
development of Negro edu- Director of the U. S. "the Locomotion" right,,to the top of the track. BEACH- Two /9hteibrighte:

Her real name Is Eva Narcissus Bc She is featur-
cation were' traced by the Student Department Institution rd. 17 For The Show,

keynote speaker Dr. Henry of International years old and was born June 27, 1946 in Belhaven, ing Thurman Stanback and \

Bullock of Texas Southern Education; and Dr. Alan North Carolina. 'She is 5 ft. tall and weighs 96 Horace Boyer will be

University. Dr. Preston Simpson Dean of the Col- Ibs. Her bobbles are record collecting, dancing, presented at Bethune- ,

b : Valien, visiting professor lege, University of .Chica and dress designing. Cookman College on Monday

at Columbia University, : This Is National Library Week, but every week evening, April 29th skin
PROMOTED Mrs. Ella J, go.During
was the convocation an experience exchange should be Library Week. Have you read a book at 8 o'clock in the i
Green, a former clerk-
speaker. The convocationwas session Keene par- recently? If you have not, add this spice to your college chapel. The
typist, was promoted recently acts to- r
to writer-editor on for the honor studentsof ticipated in talks on lifel! Try reading. The teen-age section at Wilder show which is subtitled fade }

Prairie View. An aca- junior colleges, scholar-Park and other public libraries are full of "From the Gay away
the staff of "The Yearbook BUmlshts
demic procession of the ships and financial aids, books of Interest to teens. Ninetees to the Soaring
of Agriculture" of .
honor students, faculty, and Junior-senior college For those who love sports, try to attend one of Sixties, will feature Dark Spots
the U.S. Department of
Agriculture. guests and, AKM delegates relationships, registration the weekly track meets held songs, dances, and Af*Spots

preceded Dr. Valien's address trends and techniques Northwestern Junior-Senior atrt"-'I dramatic scenes from C

USDA Photo case' studies and ad-School.'Ihe7 hold events such as the ninetees, the U yt.ntee.

missions. 50, 75 and 100 yard dash; the 440, twenties, the thirties .: M LY/pro

WHEN YOU ARE ilL Keene attended the 48th 320, 200, 640 yards relay; the' l the forties, fiftiesand

meeting of the group when soft-ball throw; high jumping along sixties. J:.... JI' jt" I"MO- !: .t

it 'was staged in Kansas with pole-vaulting; running : .

0 You Seek The Best Doctor City last year. and standing broad jumps; the shot 4
When Your Doctor PrescribesGet putt throw and hurdling. fl1- .. ... .. ,
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Bit by hit. '
.every .
Experienced Pharmacists ,
Monday night was*the A. L. Lewis'
...According to Your Doctor s litter hit hurts! Band Concert. It was really a big ROBIN t.w. ,

Orders. We Use Only The success. There are talented students there.On '. 'Springtime. Spareribs. and Schenley
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State Band Festival for senior and Juniorseniorhigh -
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A COMPLETE LINE OF High School in St. Augustine. Bands from Dis- : ; u pjr11i

Cosmetics Rubber Goods Candies Sundries tricts 1, 2 and 3 were present. The concertswere
the main events cf the day and to climax
,rv the whole affair was the marching at night. As

usual the bands from Jacksonville were at their

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Please don't forget to attend the Stanton High

V School Symphonic Band's concert on Friday at

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Remember teens: The best interest is knowledge
and knowledge comes from studying.

Girls! Girl! Girls! The shades for spring are

JACK COLES fresh and new. The shades are really heaven

sent. Teens are wearing sun bright yellow, hot

.. ..youre liable to any pink, soft clouds of white and heavenly blue. T
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Mr. The earth colors are not forgotten for teens are a '

Coles has been Street way out in leaf and mint green, sand beige and

Supervisor for New Deal different shades of bone. If yon really want to

Cabs and his Job keeps wow your crowd every time, wear a shift. They '

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from one end of Jackson-
r i
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where the cabs are so little I aIYL
floral but
a dainty poufs, the Spanish

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efficient service you really the picture for spring is a charming one.

expect when you dialEl ...will be looking' for the well-dressed Teen. / t

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DAVEY SAYS MOORE IF IT MIGHT HAD RAINED STILL BE AGAIN ALIVEI Six RecordsIrekea Uncle Sam's Lassies Dirk Calls Ex Pro Star (eo Out lists

CALLA I SCRIVNERLOS lyStillworfh Miys 'Greatest' He! Triplet, Irittisk Foe

ANGE -(ANP--Why didn't it rain yesterday?
J SAN FRANCISCO The Willie Shot By Mats Nearly_ Kayoed
This query ran through ny mind the day after the :t.

triple header "Parade of Champions", fight at Mays legend goes on and on STOCKHOLM Sweden In a
the Chavez Ravine March 21. I was not thinkingof s and latest to add to its sensational 12-round bout
worth. 6-7 Junior frog! Dallas -
the tremendous gate or the profitable TV and the second Ail- a continuance for the ump P. here Sunday, former world

rights. I was pondering the fate of a game little American in University of .. teenth time is San Francisco heavyweight champion Inge-
t Giants' Manager Al Dark Johanssen of Sweden
fighter who died at White Memorial Hospitallast Witchita history, broke six mar

week as the result of brain injuries sus- scoring records for the :. a who told a newsman recentlyI'd barely outpointed Brittalrfs'

tained during his match with suger Ramos for the Wheatshockers during the .. x ..tsa- think Willie was the Brian London. Johanssen was '

world featerweight title. I was thinking about past basketball season. : w greatest player whether he floored in the 12throundby

Davey Moore, who had fought so courageously to Stallworth known as Dave 's a.t ,. .SslN a : was playing for or againstme. a vicious left hook, but

retain his title only to lose it to Cuban Rams. (The Rave), became somewhatof : ." was saved from the final
Asked in a recent Inter- the bell.
count by
What, a price be had paid. a giant-killer for he "
view howe rates Willie London, rated a pre-fight
That darn rain! was the man responsible for

It was an ill omen from the beginning., If it dealing Cincinnati U. i sonly with other greats. Dark MEL TRIPLETT underdog, surprised ring-

hadn't rained the first scheduled night of the regular season defeat j shook his head saying side expert with his cool

fight, the results might have been different. and was also credited with __ That is something I TOLEDO -- Veteran pro- precision-like tactics and j

Moore, the calmest of all the fighters when he dealing national champions 'never do, and just whom football fullback Mel it is reported would have I

learned of the postponement, took the news non- Loyola one of its twc would I compare him with Triplett father of 10, was won at least a draw had the I

chalantly. regular season losses. since I think he's the reportedly shot in the hand bout lasted a bit longer.

What's the difference? Saturday, Monday, Tuesday..they're Against Cincy. Stallworth greatest in baseball rightnow last Sunday week by his However, referee Andrew I ISmythie.
for an Individual ? There isn't arbiter of pre- !
home scored 46-points Just any- wife following a domestic
all the Okay.let's ,
same. go LOS ANGELES' Marilyn White who scored !
an upset
single-game scoring body better in my book" argument. vious Johanssen fights aad
he had said. record for Titchita. win over Wilma Rudolph during the West Coast Dark continued. Police said Triplett'swife rated one of Europe's best, I
That' s the kind of a d wn to earth guy he was.You'd .
Against four other tears games this spring, and Diana Wilson, are shown Dark thinks Willie is Gladys accused him was the sole judge and
him of world champ.
never suspect being a trounced by Witcbita, including boarding the plane for the Pan-Am Games in Bra great because he has intangible of being out with another gave the decision to the I
He'd be the last man to brag about it. Marriedand
zil. Miss White will in the and Miss
Cincy and Lo cla. run sprints qualities quite woman and shot him with a home fighter.
the father of five children he was an out- Wilson will leg in the relays.The two Johanssen holder of the I
Dave averaged 39-points per run a young apart from his other .32 calibre automatic. The ,
game. ladies are members of Coach Fred Jones' L., A. superior performance. He bullet lodged under the European heavyweight crows,

His other records Include: famed Mercurettes. said they include desire, skin of the wrist bone and didn't have his title at

most field goals for one wasn't considered serious. stake. He showed signs of
determination and pride to
season (222); most pointsfor Likes Contract Jim Grant On give an all-out performanceall Triplett refused to press ring rust not having

one season (609); best the time. charges. fought since last June 17th
Injured List when he regained the Continent -
field goal percentage for Asked if he thought Willienow The 200-pound fullback heavyweight title.

one season (.527); highest i CLEVELANDFlorida'snative approaching 31 on tte started his pro-career with s

scoring average for one son, Jim (Mud- calendar and his 12th sea- the New York Giants four Mentor
F"A& Grambling
: season (22.6) ; and most catGrant of Lacoochee, son in the majors, might years ago after a brilliant

consecutive field goals for after having won his burn himself out continuinghis three-year stint with the
Named Nafl leader
S8x N one season (29). opening hurling stintof blistering pace Dark University of Toledo he

YY9 Besides gaining All- the season was said: isn't expected to miss pre-
American recognitionStall- sidelined when he was "Frankly, no, and I say season practice because of Coach Eddie Robinson of.

worth was named most hit by a line drive off that for two reasons. First the injury.In Grambling College has

J valuable player in the the bat of his Detroit of all. you have to take 1962, Triplett's con- been named an honorary

Missouri Valley Conference pitching opponentJim into consideration his tract was obtained by the
h's Commissioner of the
i6 xs rated the toughest con- Banning. superb physical condition.He Cleveland Browns and he was
National Pop Warner Con-
ference in college basket- Grant was well on his wisely stays in shape later traded to the Minnesota ference and Pop Warner
ball. OLLIE MATSON. objectof all Vikings where he saw
way toward his second Little Scholars. Inc.
"The best all-around of- profootball'sbiggest "Secondly,Willie has sucha limited action last season.
win of the season for The Pop Warner programis
fensive player I've had the trade in his- the Cleveland Indiansin fondess for baseball, its regarded as the

privilege of working with tory in 59 when the 4 and 1/3 inningsand effortless for hir to pl.y. jr Let's Give finest scholarship and

in 12 years at WU. says Los Angeles Rams traded Meanwhile, Dark's claim is BARNEY COBBA
________,,, .- .- --- Stallworth'scoach. 9 players to the Chicago had given up 2 unchal- Chance ]I sportsmanship improve-
Ralph Miller
seemingly going
DAVEY MOORE, hits, no-runs and had ment project for boys in
standing fighter, a wonderful family man and a Bears for his ser- struck out 5 when the 1 en ged. VOTE for BARNEY America

lover of humanity. He came to the Wheat- vices, has been given a mishap occurred.

I had a long talk with him at the recent Writers shockers with sterling cre- new contract and a

Award banquet, which? I attended. dentials from: James Madison promised starting full- Post Seasoi.I Dodgers Reported ,

He asked me: "Are you enjoying yourself? Is High in Dallas and when back role this coming ..

everything alright?" Every time he passed me he he played his first fresh- season, it was an- Bids Offered

greeted me pleasantly and was anxious to see thatI man game, many witnesses nounced. Last year, Split Down Middle

had a good time. declared he was th Matson saw limited Jackson End

greatest player to enrollat service and was said Miss. -- Jack
; He smilingly joined the party we were JACKSON NEW YORK -- Reports loyalty to Walt Alston.
Witchita. to have been dis- son's State's fabulous end
I with Emille Griffith. Withoutexaggeration
taking pictures
seeping out'of here this Further reports say the
J t I can say-that-he was the kindest, Commission EngagedIn pleased with his bench Willie Richardson, has received week reported that the younger players favor Alston -

. -friendliest and most considerate boxer I have warming role.Southern two bids to play '
Los Angeles but many of the vete- '
once-powerful t: I
Stocking ProjectsLAKE two-post season football ..JIlt.. 4'I
met.I \
coach Leo
Thinclads Dodgers are presently split rans believe that '" ,
liked Davey much." CITY -- The Florida games the Third Annual All ., .' "f
very right down the middle with Durocher. as manager, would :: ':, ;p: .";,,:>,'
Getting back to the t )re-Ram bout.... Game and Fresh Water Fish Break Five RecordsAt America graduation gave on the 3D'sdissatisfaction.dissension have won the pennant last

The match was the most thrilling of the evening, Commission, in its constant June 29th in Buffalo N.Y. and discontent. year. "ACE MAN"IS

and the most tragic. It was action-packed all the effort to provide core and FAMU Relays and the annual All-Star Inside sources accordingto Since both owner Walter KING I ITHIS

way. I gave the early rounds to Moore who rocked better fishing for the game. August 2 in Chicago.The a nationally known O'Malley and Bavasi are

the Cuban with savage lefts and rights, and sportsminded of Northeast TALLAHASSEE Southern big Greenville, Miss. sports editor, disclose convinced that the Dodgers IS WILLIAM JONES,
but his friends know him
University walked away
seemed poised to deliver a knockout punch. Ramos Florida has announced that when the club failed to have the timber to win this "Ace "
as Man. He
with the Florida A&M
rallied in the third, and the toe-to-toe slugfest it is in the process of score any runs in the final year's flag it is further
New Deal Cab 1136 and
University Relays here Day
lakes and
from then on was a fan's delight. stocking many 21-innings of the season. believed that anything less
rivers of this region, according last week in the Spring baa been driving for
Moore lost his mouthpiece in the fifth but appeared Discloures by General than that might cost Als-
to Brantley Goodson Sports Carnival. The New Deal for 18 years.To .
OK. Rams speed and rapid-fire punchesgave Manager Buzzie Bavasi recently ton his job.
from Baton where want
Northeast Jaguar Cats get yon
Regional Manager,
him an edge from then on, but he. was stag- that he stemmed a And as far as Durocher'sstatus
Region. Rouge La. amassed 108 to co..safely and on
gered and saved by the bell in the seventh round. player uprising only goes is concerned: he
Areas that have already points to win the annual time..we suggest you
Moore bled profusely from the nose and mouth in to confirm what some persons could again become the
been stocked are the Suwan- event. Host FAMU give "Ace lla" a call.
the final rounds. He appeared to have lost his r have been aware of-- Dodger pilot by midseason -
second with 49 baa
nee River. Ocean Pond in was He already received
bearings. He was less nimble and appeared groggy. that the L.A. club is torn or he Bight again be
Osceola National Forest, points._ several safety bemuses
Once I heard him blow his nose hard as if to by dissention in its looking for another Job.
and Palestine Lake, north Seven meet records were for his safe driving
clear the nasal passages.He of Lake Butler, all in the broken with the Cats arlr Asfee Scores record.Mr. .
swallowed lot of blood in the final rounds.It Shows
five Southern Promise
vicinity of Lake City. smashing Jones lives with his
ended in the 10th round after two WILLIF PIC'lIARDSONPrecedent
finally took first place in 14 TriiiBpl.LOS
According to Frank Arren- wife Leona la their home
knockdowns: when a series of'left and right hooks dale Regional Fisheries of the 20 events; the Setter Wlr p3y
wingman became a householdword ANGELES -- Arthur at 331 W. 18th Street.He .
sent him sprawling into the ropes. Biologist for the Conftis- second place Rattlers following his dazzling Ashe, 18, the nation'sranking bought the home with

Davey was helped to his corner after his manager s ion, 'each of thesE' had four first places performance last Dec. 22 Negro tennis player money earned fro drive

K etc hum called a halt to the fight. Later Moore bodies of water have been and Fort Valley State scored his second major Ing New Deal Cabs. The
during the annual North-
leaned the with a towel over his head surveyed as to their fish
over ropes had two. triumph of the 1963 cam-
Joneses have 2 dossiers,
needs prior to 1 South Shrine Game in Miami.
and seemed to have difficulty in breathing. But population Abraham Hardy of paign when he defeated n
stocking. this is necessaryto Richardson, along with Fla. both married, aad 6
he walked to his dressing room under his own Southern broke the one- Dave Reed to win the
prevent indiscriminate! A&M back Robert Paremore grandchildren
mile run mark with a Southern California Intercollegiate -
power. stocking which may result made history when they became The Jones fully attea4s
Just before lapsing into the coma from which he run of 4:24 3 The Loui- singles cbaa-
fish in -
in stunted siana sprint medley team the first Negroes ever the 2nd Baptist Cbureh.
never recovered, Moore told reporters in his. pionship.
lakes. When need to rideanywhere
set another mark of to play in the event. you
typical phylosopical manner: After downing Dennis Ralston -
of previous ,
"As a 10:31.5 Richardson was awarded the safely and
"This just wasn't my night." J 2-6 and 6-0 in the
stocking and increases game's most valuable player swiftly, call New Peal
the whole world grieves the death of Moore. Will Compete
Today water levels, fishermen are trophy--the result of semi-finals and Ramsey Cab 1136 Bay. "Ace

To his fans, he will always be a champ. And I already realizing biggei snaring a pair of game Earnhart. 6-3. 5-7. and Man"* will drive yea

join them in mourning a gallant, friendly Davey catches this Spring" say winning passes--and Pare- 6-4 in an earlier round. there.

who had made me feel so much a part of his final Arrendale. The highly touted youthwon
more playing with an injured BROCK DAVIS, youthful
Dress luncheon. I I. ..r. t. watolt ..r IaNbwr
his first major victoryof
SiR First I ankle, received the outfi elder-rooki e with 'MS.H.Y

Let's Give Kin A Chance .......,; I best sportsman award. the year when he defeated the Houston Colt 45 s, It 9:30 .. Qu*..l M..i.p 4, fatyring -
NASHVILLE, Tenn. --- Davis capper Has ...
e i 'Lip' May Fie.Eiglish is a tamer product of II- K Knrglit.
Elect Outfielder Eddie Craw- Richards in the semifinalsof
), ford, 23, last week be- i the recent Thunderbird High School. Davis made NEW DEALCAB

,' BARNEY F. COBBCOUNCILMAN came the first Negro .1 Chomp tournament in Pheoniz. his debut against theL.

Nashville NEW YORK -- Cocky, unbeaten Ariz. COMPANY
player on a A.
t Dodger last Friday -
., Vols' roster when he young heavyweight The UCLA sophomore is a HIS KINGS IO. DIAL I14.KII
native of Richmond. Va. : week.
WARD was optioned to the 1 1l Cassias Clay last week accepted -

I i Clean Decent RespectableCity class AA Sally League a* June fight in

GovernmentYou by the American League s London against Britti
Los Angeles Angels. l Empire champion Henry
May Vote CitJ.WidcPaidPol.Ad1
Crawford hit .318 lastr. Cooper after a proposed (I. Gaaraiteed Recaps

season for the Quad LT. DAVID KIFXWOOD match with Floyd Patterson

( Cities in the Class D. LOS ANGELES -- Local fell through.A Compare These Prices

t I'1'1ft..LV' Midwestern League. athletic product Air breakdown in the SIZES OUR PPJCE SIZES OUR PKICE "
SISTER BESSIE Force Lt. David Kirkwood Patterson-Clay negotiationswas

I Watch This Glow n is neober of the U. S. accocr an led by confusionand 750-14 $7.95 800-15 $9.95
670-15 7.95 820-15 9.95
38961B40632S1 Pentathlon team counter charges characteristic -
800-14 8.95 850-14 9.95
: 1. I HAVE THE 68! 61YEN FBWERII till compete in the cur- of such boxing 710-15 8.95 900-14 9.95

rent Pan-Am games at San 2 att era. .
760-15 9.95 950-14 9.95
i REAL RY PRAYER. 2 1 1 1I Panlo.Brazil this month. Tom Bolan. President of

t (!J I WILL GUMUmS. TO HELP 5 The- team which is Championship Sports Inc.

If you are Sick, tried or in Bad Luck. No problemis based at San Antonio charged that Clay hat SPECIAL OFFER! -

to great for SISTER BESSIS. 9i5 7 will participate in a turned down the Patterson Bring the picture of Mr. Moreland shown at

If you' have anything that worries you'+ don't wait!. 28 12 five consecutive day match because he was "under right and you'll be given $1.25 reduction off

See her TODAY. Also Love Marriage, Divorce, Business 412-44-761 competitive action which obligation" tb fight for every Tire you purchase.Morll..11. :

t and Business affairs. See her about your Loved Ones. Sometimes be'a up neludeshorsebackriding Madison Square Garden.

I TIPP/rnCN POAIANTFED M.L WW30MEtm Sooetiae s he down (19-jump course), Teddy Brenner matchmaker Tire Co.

1 I... 11 11 )... ALSI SMUTS He adds, subtractsHe 22 calibre pistol for the Garden countered EL 4-3451 0

Located 2 Miles South of Fernandina at Five points. works it all around shooting epee fencing heatedly that the chargewas 34DS Myrtle 111. at 24t' -

latch for Indian Head Sign in Front. Ceiiig i Attttctim 300-metre swim and 254- untrue concluding that
Recapping Equipment ,,
The Most Modern
See her for jaee Lucky Dws aad Lucky Numbers 3-12-t9 mile cross country run- Patterson was not Interested .- .-. -......... .....- ...
FemaadlMu" Florida ning. in fighting Clay.

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limy- Cttt Disarm A Chmct Jinny 'ussrrs axons CHIPS OFF THE LOCKS 1

A Fur Dill For All Citizens

Barney F. Cobb has run for an office or Jaxons who are interested in electingto Bi Jai -Jay I
another about twenty-eight times. He has the City Council men who will serve Wednesday morning Hlzzonner and John Lanahan hone. Ask about Thaddeus Anderson aaa everyone \

never won but he has come dangerouslyclose the best interests of all the people are probably had tea together, They had forgotten all will say "who?" But mention "Brownie" and
to winning one at least two pre- being urged by civic groups to supportJ. of the "nasty" things they said about each they all know him. j'

vious occasions.The G''. 'Jimmy' Faulk for the Council other. In the another part of the city Dallas Henry George Wade Just will not give up. Last

Florida Star feels that Barney Cobb Ward 9. Thomas, Brad Tredinnick and other former foes were week he was looking for Harry Puzi and Ifozo. .1

deserves to be elected by the people, if Paulk who retired as p3promise --- all toasting each other. Meanwhile back at the Seems that Harry Puzi spends money every oaee ina j

for no other reason than his sheer de- Captain-Supervisor of the ranch over inToadville., fires were still burn- while. Wade tries to be on the set every time I j

termination..It is our firm belief Bureau of Fire Preventionin ing and they were getting out new ammunition. Harry opens up. \I
that determination is one of the finest which post he won Instead of the Lanahan camp losing gracefully, Curtis "I ain't mad at nobody" Taylor is ;i

qualities any man or woman can possess. national recognition ie J they Immediately began to look for something smiling again.So many of his friends were at !
and it is a quality that deserves to also a former school derogatory to lay: at the foot of the Burns camp. odds during the political campaign that Curtis ,
be rewarded.In eacher. Burns' supporters and Thomas' friends were had to tape his mouth shut and declare that he t

addition to his dogged determinationto It is pointed out that ordering large quantities of crow and were was a neutralist. '1'

be elected to serve in public office, Paulk's is familiar with trying to force it down the throats of their Nip Sams disappears after every football game
the problems of housing opposites. All in all we are still at odds. and election. He makes all sorts of oatlaw bets
Barney has shown that he is
7.. wft I a fighter and has fought many drainage streets and ever Many .scars remain for years. We know of one and always loses. In fact we are looking for him

issues on 'the basis of prin- playground facilities as a family split over politics which has endured now to collect an election bet.
result of his work with after the death of one of the principals. Then Big Willie Motley is chuckling over the sucker
ciple. the Fire Prevention Bureau that he will work there is the candidate of twelve or thirteen who took a bet with him. Willie gave him Laaa-
There is something else that to equal representation
which took him into local years ago who still is angry because he claims han-and 10,000 votes.
some of us who have long memories for all of the citizens.He .
industries firms, schools that folk exercised the basic American, right of Politicians have short memories. just last
will not forget: In the has given local civic
a.' ... hospitals and homes. "freedom of political choice"and didn't week I could have been promised almost anythingin
days when Negroes first began organizations his pledge
Paulk is seen as the vote for him. the highway department. This week, my street
voting in the democratic that each area will be
ideal man for the Job of It is high time for us to get together and run caved in and I cannot even get the commissioner
primaries and most candidates given its fair share of
Councilman in the 9th the "money changers" out of politics and beginto on the phone. I have a hole four feet deep in,
scorned the Negro vote and the city tax for the
Ward on the basis of what money work for the common good of all or our people.We front of my house. As a bonus, fragrant sewer
even said they didn't want improvements needed.
COBB many regard as his sincere should embark on a cooperative program of gases waft gently from the opening.The .
it, Barney Cob was the first man to all of these foxes in town
political education which would help our peopleto reason you see
come out and ask for Negro votes. And "Eltct NU" Cliff Prince Says make wise use of the ballot. is that FAMU ended the winter trimester and
he didn't hide either. He admitted in
Hugh Wilson is still kept busy defending his school is out. They will be here until school
the white areas as well as the colored And You Won't It. title of "Flyweight champ of the bars." Wedon't opens unless they go to Sumaer School, or as it
areas that he wanted the Negro vote. Rfgret ...
know what kind of firewater Hugh was is called,the second half of the Spring Trimester.
Another thing about Barney is that he Cliff Prince running for election to Members of the teach-
diseasing but It made a docile customer sud- Double talk department --
would stand up for another man's rights the City Council, Ward 1, is regarded as denly attempt to vent his wrath on all present.He ing profession declaring that they supported
regardless of his color. He is frank and the who will contribute most to the took teachers were almost
man it all out on a poor little glass door Mayor- Burns. .the Negro
outspoken and though he has not been ina council by way of providing the needs of and shattered, with his foot.J. a solid bloc and if anyone mentioned the Mayor

local office he has worked for various the people of the city of Jacksonville.. Gardner Hip" Sams is our candidate for to them, some would fly into a rage. It is hard
of in his district and .
types a
improvements Prince who has been rumor spreader of the month. To correct Nip and to believe that supposedly intelligent people
has done whatever he could to assist in the grocery and whole, can progress. to get the books in order, the Burns supportershad could get so full of the poison of hate and

people with their problems all over town. Insurance business, is Prince tola a Florida their OFFICIAL VICTORY GET-TOGETHER at the prejudice. It is all the more pathetic when one i.
Barney Cobb has accumulated a great man who will Star reporter this week: seed or less planted by
seen as a Headquarters on Kings Road and Davis. The Mayor knows that the was more
deal of experience in politics and the consider the Interests If the people of Jack- and his family along with other aides all came one individual and that it found fertile soil
operation of city government. On the of the ordinary citizens snville give me ana the idea
out and greeted their supporters. The Lanahan and Just like "Topsy, grew. 11
question of honesty, we can find no having been exposed opportunity to serve forces all went underground and attempted to New Joke Said the "New" Darnell Cookman

reason to believe that any other memberof to the problemsthat them, they will never rationalize. After the affair on Kings Road, School, "Mirror, mirror on the wall, who' 11 be
the city council wculd be any more confront the com- regret it. I will con- Jerome Singletary entertained Burnsmen at the my boss in the Fall?" Rumors are rife as to who
honest thanthis man who has run for of- munity. sider it an honor and a Club Eldorado. Jerome PICKED UP THE TAB. He the top man at the new Junior high plant will be. I

fice more than two dozen times.As Considered a middle- privilege to serve even invited some Lanahan supporters to sip the We wonder if Mr. Charlie and those go through i,
a matter of fact, we believe that of-the-roader, he is honestly, equally and victory wine. Reports are persisting to the the same changes when plums get ripe across !
his appreciation of being elected after not affiliated with fairly." contrary. One thing for sure, we saw Burns sup- the tracks. :

all these years will make him resolveto any type of pressure porters that night that we did not know existed. The gals are in a whirl. This week It's the i

be a good city official.We groups and promisesthat More men than women died of They must have been underground during the hot Kappa Black and White and coming up is the Ba- i
believe that Barney r deserves a chance. he will work to cancer last year according to the days of the race. rons. In addition, Mr. Bobby Blue Bland is on I
American Cancer Society. This
BtyS Vulfi 2323 Moncrlef serve the entire com has been true since 1949. The rate Gene White and his group are holding forth at his way to town. Jimmy Pruitt is sponsoring a
munity, providing the in 1963 will be about 64 men to the Edgewood Lounge. On the east side of town, host of things around Continental Lanes. He is :
at 13th Street needs of every area so 46 women. Support the 1963 Cru. the Great Grisby is wowing them at Buster Ford's busy making like the spider trying to Invite t
sade of the American Cancer So-
that the city, as a ciety.. Birdland. Grisby and his drummer, Weaver sat on young things into his parlor but the gals have
the bar at Manuel' d and smoked things over for a read about Little Miss Moffett.They had a Fashion
JW. HELP ELECT spell. Grisby was trying to prove that a new man Show at the Lanes this week.

Elect( . . came into town and "cut" Weaver in a session Jerome Singletary was out on the town showing this
Monday morning. "B.B." the manager of the sister and his cousin the lights. HU sister i
r J. G. "JIMMY" Cliff PRINCE Horseshoe Bar called the standoff a draw. He con- Ernestine Singletary operates a lounge in Dania \

J ceded that the stranger was a showman and not and Cousin Edna Charleston is the owner of the 1
such a good drummer. It had been a long time El Morocco in Fort Lauderdale. Both ladies took
1VV PAULKCITY Councilnai, Ward 1 since we meandered through the blocks. ... Lucy in the Lounge and the El Dorado: : i

FOR Frazier and Jim Johnson still hold down the j. D. Brooks left a pair of shoes that will be

corner stool in Manuel's. Finney and his madam hard to fill. An example of what I mean was
ConscientiousRepresentation passed as per usual. Marion is looking good demonstrated the other night. A gent tried to

COUNCILMAN9th WARD since her spell in the hospital. Gladys Quick take a friend of his into the Lounge. The t
Anderson paused and had a bite before going manager was very polite but he had the folk to

For All The understand that Mr. Supervisor did not par-
VOTE AT LARGEPaid PeoplePaid * * SPECIAL ticularly cater to any type of mixing. That is I
Political Ad Political Ad easily understandable. A Job with a liberal fins
... Vote fnrFlAft.. HAIR STYLE tie. will not change a native of
. .. . Call yr Samuel Banks and a coat and
'Vote and Elect Jack EI 4-9730 1049 Davis certain sections of $his town Just as Clorox
: LOTS FOR SALE leopard's spots. We were not
will not move a
EDGEWOOD/ :Flowers a &IB3J8MI Reasonable Prices -
pJf ? list our Sires ...$1500 your 2DPrecinct surprised because Mr. Supervisor's demeanor aDd

unge j l. Alnurfa fr 2nd corner$1500Brooklyn COQP B APARTMENT FOR RENT everyday actions let you know what side he is
PRESENTS. Supervisor is not adverse (
... mitteeman, K B on. On thai other hand, Mr.
Road ....$1100 J PRIVATE -
Gene Whit.*....* the organ 0.... Road ..., .,$ 900 during the |M B Furnished For Men to one-sided mixing it is and reported.served every J.
2nd Brooks ran a democratic place
prloarnKyEIB El 3-9942 After 6 P.m.
Corner (immct to end aDd the
Tuesday: April body. The world did not come aa;
fir Mono. Bun'iuulot
200x75 foot ..$4500 30.Hd s place did not erupt.
The Cancer Crusade is In full swing. Believeit
been a resi-
i GOOD TERMS business places are e M I not SaDe
PHONE 3B6-6BB1 dent of 2-D a Tj Royal ClWYIL or
p pennies. It is time that we carried oar share
for 10 years.
*... J, FLOWERS a of the load in projects of this type. (Give BOW
531 WEST UNION to Cancer! I
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{t..F.O.R..S. L ..1'I I LET'S KEEP MAR

Coco ciIn an Ward S

Barriers Ice Cream Co. During the time that Jimmie Marr has served on the Coun-

cil for the past two years over $60,000 has been spentin

r fcllOO: Hogan Street ; the colored areas of Ward 6 for improvements to the
paving and sewage draining. There has, also been another
j $10.000 spent for recreational facilities in the colored

Terms TermsCome areas of Ward 6..With this money there has been a new
baseball diamond built, new playground equipment installed -

a new tennis court provided and chairs, heaters
See Us and water fountains provided for the recreation center.

Talented Stage, Nib Club and TV Artist Marr was one of 5 councilman who made it possible for

J. R. BarrierSTRAND there to be a new colored fire station provided in Northwest -
sounds..soulful and stirring .
playing new L Jacksonville, on Myrtle Avenue.


\, SUNDAY control tie city government for their lest iiterest. ,

Friday & Satirdaj Featuring -, !


Reid lutsn with ..r DEAN 1 i-'cy= VOTE FOR AND RE-ELECT TO YOUR CITY i COUNCIL:


.A. Edward Bass OB trinpet WHOS eof City Council I City Council City Council I City Council

L1jI! JiI lard No. 1 lard No. 3 Ward No.. 6. Iud No. 8
Bar o eis 5 ? (Vote for OBO)
for Oae
p.e. mum (Vote for One) Vote for One) (Vote )

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M4M Jo.eph B. I
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Ward No. 9
SOPHIA (Vote for One)


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