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:
May 4, 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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Copyright Florida star. Permission granted to University of Florida to digitize and display this item for non-profit research and educational purposes. Any reuse of this item in excess of fair use or other copyright exemptions requires permission of the copyright holder.​
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Bishop C. A.Gibbs Slated To Become President Of= ANTE Council Of Bishops

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WASHINGTON The Supreme Court unanimously z

I declared last Monday that racial segregation REBUKES SENATOR

.In. courtrooms Is a violation of the Constitution. .
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The court in an unsigned during a two-week .,.
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opit.ibn, declar,r.r.Jr.ent session that begins . . .

"State-corpell segregation = Oct. 14. The contempt d DE0 fSf Child's Mastery Of Written Dr. Richard V. Moore RepliesTo

in a court of justice proceeding was begun by i.. a rJ
is a maniff-st vioJa- the U.S. Circuit Court in k "
Word Amazes Authorities'ttama. Solon's Jab At Teachers
tion of the state's duty New Orleans as a resultof

to deny no one the equal the governor's effortsto
I'm going to read the papers for
DAYTONA BEACH---Dr. Richard V. Moore presidentof
protection of its law*. block enrollment of old Car-
you this morning three-year Bethune-Cookman: College, has politely rebuked
REFUSED TO MOVE James H. Meredith a Negro : mella D. told her mother; Mrs. Ida Mae State Senator L. K. Edwards' charge that degrees
at the .
University of a r
The tribunal three out Martin. at his institution weren't comparable to thoseat
Mississippi Also
\ the contempt convictionof charged The other two Martin selected indiscriminately. the University of Florida. .
contempt Lt. Gov.
a Negro wbo had been children, Ida, aged She has masteredthe
Paul B. Johnson Jr. Senator Edwards had Education graduates of
helo in contempt for refusing 14, and Angeletha art of word-syla- Collegeon
made the contention
to move. from the Woman Victim Of 10. had already departed bilizlng something
National Teacher
1.- r during debate on tea the
section of the Pic4mand" ; for school. which today's classroom
cher salaries which Examination as compared -
Va. traffic court that Purse Snatcher Mrs. Martin, who is instructors and stu-
< raise with the recordsof
sought a
had been reserved for Mrs. Bernice Glover. 29 t employed from 2 until dents could utilize to a pay of the
package totaling 50.2
white pertons. Ford T.Johnnon. of 805 W Adams St. told 10 p.m. had heard her great advantage. Yet of Florida
Jr. was fined police she was walking CARMELLA D. MARTIN, four-year, seven two older daughters strange as this may seem miloion for a $400-a- University the Teacher Educej'
$10 for contempt biter he north in the 500 block of months old daughter of career soldier, mention about Carmella's Carmella has never year hike. from

refused a bailiffs orderto Madison St. last Sunday SFC. Theodore D. and Mrs. Ida Martin of reading on several occasions learned the art of During arguments on
the bill Senator Edwards
move. when a man. running behind 1802 W. 25th St. has been reading news- but had not spelling.Mrs. .
The Supreme Court said her. snatched her purse papers, magazines and periodicals since given it any further Martin also who voted for
Johnson did not behave ina an amended bill had
and fled east on Church she was three years old. Her ability has thought. disclosed that Carmellawas
boisterous abusive
argued against equal
manner and that there was St. Amazed educators and persons who have However, on this particular recently given an for and -

no disorder in the court joss was estimated'at witnessed the deed. morning, deciding intelligence quotient pay Negroes
room: $20 in bills. *"- (Royal Art Studio. ) to allow Car-. b ':child, psychologist whites with' a statement ,
"* JTella Harris '"Child*: '. : "A Ph. D 'froah 1
have her
Johnson s arrest and to fun, at the I
conviction the court 'Impressive Eveat Scheduled Youth Purse per mother passed her Guidance Center here. the University of
Florida is a of a
said:, "rested entirelyon the morning paper. The results are sup- TT TTDR.

with the the refusal segregated to comply For May 15 In Cobmbia, S. C. Snatcher ArrestedA sternation To the mother, Carmella con- posed be announcedthis lot from different Bethune-Cookman" from one

seated requirements imposed COLUMBIA S. C. ---The Rt. Rev. Carey A. 17-year old suspicion B began reading the headp One school principalhas College, adding "I

in this particular Gibbs, presiding prelate over the Seventh acting youth was picked u; lines with the verve estimated Carmella's believe in paying

courtroom." Episcopal District (South Carolina), will by Officers Marvin Youm s and familiarity of a reading ability to be quality teachers,

.The court added: be installed as president of the Councilof and S. Washington follow,. well-educated adult. far above that of a but I've got enough

"Such a conviction can- Bishops of the African Methodist Episco ing a half block chase b;y Her mother said, 'I Sixth Grade student. sense to know all MOORE

not ,stand for it is no pal Church during a special service at the two officers who pursued was flabbergasted' Despite all af the teachers" aren't good tion Division. "As

longer open to question Bethel AME Church, Sumter and Taylor and caught the youth,' How all this came a- excitement surrounding ones. you know," Dr. Moore

Streets, ,the night of May 15. police reported.As H Graduates DegreesDr. concluded, "the
that state may not .constitutionally bout is a deep mystery.earmella's Carmella' amazing University -
require The installation, first the result of a searcl h sisters say talent, the young lady Moore in a letter of Florida isa

segregation of public recalled in Columbia, the officers said the r that they have never quietly goes about her addressed to Senator state-supported institution -
found a large screw drivein r Edwards in Tallahassee
facilities. highlights a two-day given her any instruc- daily routine of play- uadergirded
Only to of Picbmond's series of sessions, May the youth's possessionThe tions while studying ing with her dolls, an pointed out that Bethune with millIons of dollarsof
courts will be affected suspect had been see t1 -Coo km did
an College
14-15, all scheduled s their lessons. occasional visit to the taxpayers mosey.
the decision police in the vicinity of th e
by for Bethel Church So it Just:> reverts a- the school library to not have a graduate The Administration,
and traffic courts. Segregated pastored by Dr.J. Arthur # Youth Center's Recreatio Q k gain to one thing Car- secure reading matter school, and so does faculty, staff students
seating is not Building at 1218 W.
enforced in the city'eother Holmes and is expected St. where a check of th e mella just picked up and looks forward to 'not confer the graduate and alumni of Bethvae.

courtrooms. to attfact the largest building had revealed tha,t newspapers and booksn later in the year when degree. Cookman College, who
member of AME Church the front window scree and started reading. her soldier daddy, Efc. The educator noted, are counted among thee

BARNETT BEARING SET dignitaries to assemblein had been recently tamper:d The personable young Theodore D. Martin returns however,that his schoolwas taxpayers, wish our

In another action, the Columbia in more with. lady has visited James from an assignment 'private Methodist legislature such as

Supreme Court decided to than a decade. May 14, Weldon Johnson and in Germany to com- church-related college you who control the

r bear argument next fallon however, will be given I Ar..d Susie E. Tolbert plete the happy family awarding the Bachelor spending of these millions 4

whether Gov. Ross principally to biannual Robbery Schools. She read from circle at 1802 .. of Arts degree, and of dollarsof

Barnett of Mississippiis rep crts on the dency of the Council- periodicals, encyclopedias 25th Street. we are evaluated by tax-payers funds, to
entitled to a Jury Church' s Bu get from Executive Branch of the Suspect Nabbed I and other matter the same standards as be accurately lafemeel,

trial' on criminal contempt the six South Carolina Church-in May will be the University of so that ycu might
charges. Conferences. instilled by Bishop S. ly PatrolneiDOUGLAS Phillip Randolph'sWife Florida on the under- expedite legislation

L. Greene Sr. Senior graduate level, by the
The case will be argued Bishop Gibbs who will Presbyteriansliis eonceralag oar great
ascend to the presi- Bishop of the Church, Is Buried Southern Associationof state of Florida to
Washington. Do C. Bishoos Colleges and Schoolsour

Gr.c.ry... Duke UniversityMay Howard T. Primm of the IllS Iwli In Hew York City highest regional all the interest.." of

Fifth District, and accrediting agency.."

Accisti! FirHiker's Soon Admit Frederick D. Jordan of SoithHONTINGTON NEW YORI-ANP-.Yrs. Dr. Moore continued: HIIII Court

Negro Undergrads the fburteenth District A. Philip Randolph, 79, "Bethune-Cookman COl-

D.II will be installed as W. Va.-.-An wife of the presidentof lege has the same rating Defends
DURHAM. N. C.-(ANP--- secretary and assistant overwhelming majority of the Brotherhood of by the Southern Nera

March Continues Duke University may. get secretary respectively.The the Southern Presbyterian Sleeping Car Porters Association of Collegesand

its first Negro under- two-part? services I General Assem- and a vice president of Schools as the Airlift Filet
GADSDEN. Ala. A local
graduate students this begin at noon May 15th bly's 456-meaber highest the AH.-CIO'died Friday, University of Florida.We .
grocery an, accused in the WASHINGTON A M-yer
year according to informed The speaker will be the CAUJWEU legislative body approved April 12, after a long are both approved,
rifle slaying of a white aid Negro former Air Force
t sources. Rt. Rev. George N. COl- Monday a weakened Illness at her home with full BCBbershlp in
integrationist was released captain who kale he
W. L. Brinkley director Police Monday pickedup
lins of New Orleans version of a proposal here. the Southern Associa-
on $5,000 here Monday learned flying a* a cadet
pending action by the of admissions at who presides over the a man suspected of calling for abolition of Randolph was presentat tion of Colleges and ,with Astroaaat

Etowal County grand jury. Duke, admitted last week Eighteenth District.The armed robbery theft of all racial barriers in his wife's bedsideat Schools." Grl sOR, WOB a Virgil six-year L
that the university is Rt. Rev..-Eugene $82 from a grocery masher institutions and the end. The Betbnne-Cookman
Grocer Floyd Simpsonis battle to become a* airline -
processing applications C. Hatcher of the Third store located at State churches.In also
being charged with the Mrs. Randolph, the College president pilot through & tioB
from prospective Negro District will deliver and Bread Sts. last, commending institutions former Lucille Greene called Senator Ed-
rifle slaying of WilliamL. ;lat wee* by the I.II. Supreme
Moore 35. white Baltimore graduates but declinedto the installation sermon Thursday night.Identified. which have was married to Randolphin wards' attention to CovrtMarios .

postll aD. who was go -into further de- in services which begin as the already abolished racial 1913. proceedings of the D. Keen who hatbees

carrying out a protestaaainstseireeation tail. at 7:30 p.m. A recep- holdup man by robbery barriers against She had been active in 67th Annual Meeting | seeking a Jolt with
trekth'r Reports persisted that tion honoring retiring victims was Douglas Negroes, the resolution political and civic affairs of the Southern Association oMtlBetal Airline of

ough Alabama to top flight members of and new officers begin Caldwell 32. of 2133 added: here until failing of Colleges j Denver Col since itftT

M isslssippi.. this year's graduating at 9:00 p. m. in the Mars Venus Court. Caldwell HIt again urges thata health caused her and Schools page 18. ,said the airline bad

Moore's body was found classes of J. 1. Llgon. Bethel Fellowship Hall. was arrested at n-discriminatory to curtail her activities While disagreeing with j found bio qualified ac a

lying on 'a roadside April of Raleigh, Hillside, Most of the seventeen about 9:30 a.a. in the policy be adopted by all but until her the position of Senator pilot but he VM not hired

23 with bullet wounds in of Durham, and Dudley, bishops of the ailllon 900 block of Julia St. other institutions and death, she continued to Edwards against equal ,rhile white MB with loss

the head and neck some 13 of Greensboro, are among plus AlE membership are by Officers C. C. Rhodes be aade known to the maintain an active Interest pay for Negro and white j'lying experience tot

miles beyond here. the applicants being expected to attend the and D. E. Merritt. public" in community affairs teachers Dr. Moore j lobs

Following Moore's death. considered. services; also expected Caldwell, said to be a Opposing! the commendation and in her hus nevertheless extended The Colorado antieUnrivination -

some 10 Negroes and whites Duke, one of the are the general church longshor man, was re- order was Rev. band's work.Funeral a "cordial inTi tac: conalsslonrdere4

are in the process of coa- South's test respected officers and away other ported to have been Charles H. Reed of services were ticn" to the solon to c> the airline to

pleting the segregation universities,voluntarily dignitaries. Music will carrying two revolvers Baltimore who said "'e held at St. Phillips visit the college caa- lace green in its nut

trek, although AlabaaalawBen admitted Negroes to .-famished by the Allen at the time of his ar- are contending people Episcopal Church here pus. pilot training class, hut

said they will graduate and pro- University and Bethel rest. for doing what they and Interment was in Dr. Moore similarly action being in torn overruled -

arrest the group when thqJdlter feadional schools two Chsrca cfcoiravTae public He is being charged should have done in the Mount Holiness Cemetery called attention to by the V,8. Buprea.
the state' years ago. is'invited. with anted robbery. the Teacher Court
first place.
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' _NEWS_ ._N_ ::' Si c .f r ', .; IPOLITICS AS USUAL!

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bj the Florida Star Publishing Co.
r; Member of Associated Negro Press '
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: .ERIC 0. SIMfSIN...............MMiiWf: E.itir N ?:
\ \ 3 5 ,II- ;r v Politics has long been looked upon as a

,ALYSON E. WISE.News E4itart 'dirty business' but, nevertheless, there
have been many who have endeavored to a-

MILTS .OOTEN..Circllatill IHllerI 1y'X bide by certain ethics and made con-

I I 'i'j" scientious efforts to keep it clean because

11 of the realization that politics is most
X necessary our democracy.

.. .. Politics in Jacksonville and Duval County
,2323 MoBcrief Real.....Pb6K ELfii 4-6782- ; ,. "0, has, on occasions, dipped to some low

,:,> -EL 4-6783 .*., .;;.. -" depths; but it seems that with the grow-
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'- ; ing participation of Negroes in this
J MAILING AiDRESS: phase of activityit has slid even lower.

/ O _. FOr one thing Negroes have put too match
.! .__.P. 0. Box 561, JaekssiTille 1 1. .- "' bitterness into politics. Another thingis

.. : .' SOBSGRIPTI8N RATES .- ., -. ? + \ ,-..., that there is altogether too such hust-
I i. .- ling and commercializing on politics by
M ,./; ', One Year $6.00 Half Tear. $4.00 -; ..' :
it unscrupulous individuals who prostitutethe
, ;-,-J'_ ..Mailed to You Anywhere in the United States .Z4 ; -_ people's sacred right or the vote.

t : Subscription Payable in Advance ',t*; -., The third regretable thing is that some
'. Send Check or Honey Order to: '_ '
very ignorant, power-hungry. domineeriag
Jacksonville 1. Florida ::3!!!!. ". t individuals have come into seme political

prominence by the devious means of decep-

tion, deceit, greed and chichanery.

ISSUES: GOOD AND lAD There is no doubt that the candidatesand

their backers are responsible for

..'i- By P. L. P RAT TIS f s much of the hustling that goes on, because -
(For the Associated Negro Press) if they did not shell out the
rTHE S : money, the 'politic al hustlers' would be
Are American Negroes, as a group, interested driven out of business.By .

in good government any THREAT THAT CAUSES INACTION ? now one would think that the candidates -
level? Do they have a passionate interest would wake *up to the fact that
in good government as a whole or
&- - - effectiveness of the'tickets'for

simply a passive interest in governmental which they pay sums rang-

I actien that affects them? ing from $50 to $300 is high-

I am rather confident that large numbers : You Weekly I i ly questionable. There is no

of Negroes are only mildly stirred* doubt that tickets have some

by the behavior of government when it advertising value. In other

seems as though what government proposes words if a candidate is

to do may further restrict or inconvenience Horoscope Guide i on enough tickets, the repi- .

them. tition of appearance of his
This is bad. Southern leaders '
Negro name will have some affect on
aided by Negroes and whites from the the voters' name just as the SIMPSON

North, are presently engaged in a determined ly PABLO The ASTROLOGER repitition of his name on signs will

effort to register Negroes in help folk to remember the candidate.It .

southern states so that they can vote. WHICH' ARE YOUR LUCKY DAYS FOR t is sheer idiocy to think that a

This is all to the good. three-inch ticket passed out by the Vio-

My own heart swelled with pride when lets Club or sane Business Club or some
Eugene "Bull" Connor, Birmingham s Business Girls Club which exists only in
that the ---- - -- --- - -
'tough guy" lamented Negro -- the minds of the political hustlers
vote" beat him in his to become too much on time or should
attempt ARIES to look for a new one. your receive your com- group could influence voters one way
mayor. But voting is not enough even Born March 21st thru on your time or making passion rather than your or another.

though it may defeat your enemies and April 19th 4-50-22-18-52-452 free with your cash and blame. They may be lookingup And it is just downright stupidity fora

elect your friends. There must be the CANCERBorn belongings, should not be to you for support and candidate to conceive that a ticket or

further active interest in what the Sane of your friends may encouraged any further. you would be living up to letter sent out by Johnson's Hardware

government is doing not especially to find themselves somewhat June 22nd thru Their examples of loose your highest potential if Store could win 5,000 to 10,000 votes

or for you. but so far as the welfare of troubled and handicappedby July 22nd living or spending should you accord it to them for a candidate. If Mr. Johnson's pull

the nation is concerned. circumstances they can- There are numerous pit- not emulated, If you without stint. It is per- he could send out some advertising -
is so great,
Negroes must become passionate and active not very well avoid. They falls standing in your way wish to protest yourself fectly natural for you to pieces about his goods and he' d
can turn to you for advice which have been set up to from embarrassment or be concerned over the
about all issues which affect the from be kept so busy filling the orders he
comfort distract the only
or even ma- you serious complications In financial aspects of
welfare of one American.It with
any be
t have time to piddling
terial aid in the true goal which
more you can your romantic or friendly problem as you may have
is well to remind ourselves that although -
extreme cases. Althoughyou call your own. They may attachments. A strong felt the impact of recent politics.On .
most of the push for a better may be fully sympa- the other hand, it must be admitted
come in the form of attachment may be formed restrictive trends more
break for Negroes has come from the thetic, few clubs
there community
you may your that are a
who are trying to and for some Librans who than the average person.
White House, from Republican and Democratic own finances strained to that meet regularly and work in their
inveigle you into taking are now footloose it may Steer clear of emotional
Presidents, during the last 103 the point where there is risks in ambiguous ven- mean the sound of wedding scenes. community which are capable of influenc-

years the man in the White House little yon can do to help tures or through emotional bells. ing some votes in the particular area b

cannot do everything. The obstacles to others let along your- attachments that can bodeno 5-80-66-12-41-586 4-70-55-18-25-475 in which they are active.

Negro progress and citizenship equalityhave self. Although it may rub good for now or later.Be A'UbRIUS
been raised in the Congress. you the wrong way to have particularly on RALPH MCGILL REPORTS AFRICANS
your SCORPIOBorn
During the past 25 or 30 years, we have to make such an admission, Jan. 20th thru
guard to avoid getting Oct. 24th thru
had what has become known as the 'un- it would be less offensive yourself entangled in a Feb. 18th IMPRESSED BY U.S. IN MEREDITH CASE
alliance' of Democratic senators to the other thanto Nov. 22nd
holy web of intrigue or other You can take the develop- W INqTON-ANP---A famed southern news-
South and senators try to put him or her
from the Republican distasteful
situationsfrom ments that coincide with paper editor just returned from a six-week
off with lame You are apt to chafe
a .
the '
from the North. As a consequence, which you can free under family the start of this worri- tour of Africa said the one thing Africans
responsibilities -
filibuster has prevailed and no measure 3-10-99-17-34-319 yourself only at a high some month as a token of appreciated--and understood--about Mere-

or bill with real meaning has been allowed cost in money or prestige. justly which or you unjustly may believe, are what to expect during its dith and Mississippi, was the Federal

to come to a vote. TAURUSBorn 290551375295LEO disproportionate and un- unfoldment. Should you government intervention in sending

Negroes themselves are partly responsible April 20th thru fair. Separative influenceare recognize the signs by troops to protect James Meredith.

for the success of the filibuster. May 20th operating and you maybe yourself do not lose a Ralph McGill, columnist and editor for

Members of Congress, Republican and Born July 23rd thru the principle suffererif minute in working out a the Atlanta (Ga. ) Constitution said

Democratic,senators and representative' The difficulties that are Aug. 22nd you allow them to dis- code of behavior that will said Africans were stunned that the F e d-

bothering you in your of- rupt your vital associa- soften if not prevent, eral would do all that for just one man.
ANTI- RACIAL LEGISLATION AIMEDAT ficial or business world There would be little to tions. With Mercury slatedto the impact of partnershipand Reporting informally on his tour to some

should not impel you to gain in precipitating go retrograde for the competitive struggles.a 300 employes and officials of the State

SOUTHERN STATES" HIRING AGENCIESIn turn bitter Those who are showdowns where either conduct at homeor greater part of the month sort, of sho.down'islooming Department, here in Washington McGill
you your
associated with you are there is little you can which is not said he had great difficulty getting
specific protestto recent job bias apt to be quick to react worldly activities. Should do to add to your basic likely to be the last. Africans to understand the way America

acts against three Savannah, Georgia Negro to changed attitudes on you persist in having your resources.: This should not making it all the more works. _
women the NAACP has made six own way regardless of all urgent for to under-
part and they are notlike1.7 you
your indications prevent you from strengh- He said he spoke hundreds of collegeand
aimed at blocking further discriminationby the contrary stand the motivations of
to be understanding
ening your safeguards a- high school students in the eight
southern state employment agencies, including you can expect to muddle those who are highly cri-
enough to take them in
than they gainst the prevailing countries he visited, and nearly all of
things more
of a national fair employment even tical or unmanageable.
their stride. A rift in
act. presently are. Being of economic hazards through the students knew of Little Rock and
your personal or public insurance coverage or investments 2-30-44-16-82-234 Mississippi.
such fixed personality,
The three women asked the NAACP to inter- a
relations is what you can- in the soundest Although most of the students did not
as are most Leos. you may
cede for them when they were advised they
not afford at this time. enterprises. PISCESBorn know exactly who Meredith was his name
were advised they had failed a steno- still pursue a set obJec- ,
graphic aptitude test and would not be as It would Interferewith tive in the face of evi- 6-20-11-14-56-621 Feb. 19th thru and that of Mississippi and Little Rock,
the anticipated results subtle March 20th4s symbols of U. S. problem that did
permitted to learn their scores and would dence that more were a
never again be allowed to take the test. for which you have methods than you generally SAGITTARIUSBorn not fit in with their general image of the
been hoping and striving would be preferablefor it is almost Impossible United States.
Clarence Mitchell, director of the Associ- use Nov. 23rd thru
ation's Washington Bureau appeared before (5th.8th). fou should cul- all concerned. Dec. 21stAs for you to fore- Their problem was one of wonder, he explained -
tivate the quality of for- what is In the
see Just that such situations could arise.
the General Subcommittee on Education of 8-70-88-16-94-871 ,
bearance and accept the offing will find it
you the "conscience of the South"and
the House to specifically protest the w worrying only inten- Known as
sacrifices that oay'berequired. good policy to sidestepall
biased acts against the three women, VIRGO sified your troubles or as a southerner who disagrees with
is of what happensin issues and to commit southernersout in public," McGill
stating This typical thru discomforts, it would be
that 7-30-44-15-48-734 Born Aug. 23rd yourself to none. Do not said he tried to explain that Gov. Orval
the vast training programs are 22nd quite an achievement to
supposed to equip individuals for the demands Sept. dispose with it right from place any faith in self- Faubus. of Arkansas, and Ross Barnett

of modern industry.The GEMINI start. It would aid to cures. or In any of the of Mississippi were violators of the
Born May 21st thru Even If you are one of fads that are frowned upon
Savannah employment project was jointly concentrate your attentionon law and that the Federal government treated
June 21st the Virgoans who enjoy by those who are qualifiedto
sponsored by the U.S. Department of your task at hand or on them as such.
Health. Education and Welfare the Georgia Your emotions and impulses your work, it is not very the main objectives which evaluate their true In Eastern Nigeriahe said students were

Department of Labor and the Chatham County walk all over you if you wise to drive yourself to yon have made your very worth. Unless you are compelled aware of Negro college students picketinga

Vocational Educational Program--all sup- can' t manage to keep them the point of exhaustion. one. In-laws would only to give an answer Baltimore theater and of the' 'Atlanta
of good
maintenance at stall for
ported by public taxes. in their proper place.This The add to your problems if once more Wall" in Atlanta were symbols of resistance
health is also paramountand time to reflect in con-
is a period in your exist- [ they are permitted to med- to a Bomemtum of change, he said he
it can be facilitatedby nection with stqdy
S... HelphlIIiIts Tr I w fc IHIIrs ence when your duties and adhering to moderate Idle In your family and courses or travel projects told the students.The .
the maintenance of physi- through domestic affairs. But a Editor said he had attempted to relate -
Some 40 million people took to the_ water cal well-being hinge on nutritious sufficient diet rest and periods. loving and devoted friend It would not be our historical process to rnanr of

this year in pleasure boats. The American keeping tensions and other Dismiss notions that haunt could achieve better results wise to start anything the perplexed students when he explainedthat

Association stresses certain basic precau- debilitating influencesfrom your mind that there la i if given the privi 8-10-88-19-91-819 the Trail in Atlanta which marred

tions that all boaters should know and overtaking yon. Refuse greater happiness to be lIege" of doing likewise. Negroes from moving into a white area)

observe. Among them are these: Don't over- to be moved by the found in any other place!1 9-60-77-17-89-967 Take would come down by legal processes.He .

load the craft. Don't stand up or change dark views that may be I; than the one where you!t explained to them he said that the -

seats while the boat is underway. Watch prevailing in some of your presently are (5th. 6th). CAPRICORNBorn your place U. S.\ wake--waves can cause damage. Avoid circles and remain true tc t of segregation.
your 1-40-33-19-36-143 Dec. 22nd thru for its system ;
boating to close to swimmers, fishermen your faith and principles. Jan. 19th in 1 the A highpoint of his trip, related McGill ,
and water skiers. Don t jump or dive froma Excesses or indiscretion a I' LIBRA was in Ghana when he arrived there almost -
moving boat. Be sure everyone aboard should not be Born Sept. 23rd thru' The confusion that Peace Corps at the same time that drummer Cozy
Don' t venture too far have a job that pall I alf
wears a life jacket. you [ Oct. 23rd be afflicting some Cole and a jazz revue from the U. S.
And if your boat overturns, on you. It may be wise '
from shore. Friends who are imposing your friends and dear one! Hlas n on 2 D. C. arrived.
stay with it until you re picked up. to wait until next moat

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:: Gesture Gratefully Received Roll Call Planned Brown School Awaiting Coronation CeremonyGIGI

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-:. Gateway barracks and R.L. Brown Elementary

a : ;a Auxiliary of World War 1 School presented a May; Day
Veterans U. S. A. Inc. will activity, Thursday; evening

hold their regular Joint Hay 2nd, In the school

C rp rk meeting Saturday; at 2 p.m. auditorium. This year's

at 1408 Tyler Street. This activity entitled, 'MayDay

is the first meeting Under The Rainbow

;; after the installationwhich which was enhanced by the

; IJb was held April 20th various color patterns in

at Grant Memorial A.M.E. the costumes worn by the
Church by the Department
J and Presidentand Children narrators for 4 ,
Commander t
the various :1
staff of World War 1 scenes were

Eddie Shaver and Welsey
of Florida.The L
Phillips Michael W. Brown
following officers of
Reginal Beard. Robin
the Barracks were installed -
Peters Charles B. Dalley
: Joseph S. Irving,
Patricia Williams and
Commander; Ed Russell Sr.,
Cheryl Conyers. An unusual
Vice-Commander; Frank Mar-
dance number featured the
shall Jr. Vice-Commander;
James E. Webb, Chaplain; High Stepping Sparklerd'
composed of sixth grade
Robert Morgan, Adjutant-
boys dressed in tuxedos.All .
Service Officer; James E.
of the dance routines
> Lang, Quartermaster;
-! >2 were planned and super- AVA WILLIAMS (center) will be crowned "Miss Gretel and Gertie for 1963"
Drew, three years Trustee;
vised by Mrs. Annie R. Friday night during the annual dance recital at Strand Theatre. Members of
Sandy Freeman, two years
JAMES WELDON JOHNSON BRANCH'Y1ICA 8 building fund drive received a welcome Trustee; Clyde Parish, one Brown, sixth grade instructor. her court are Glenda Hall, daughter of Mrs. Lucile Grooms and Kym Lackland,

boost this past week when members of the Red Rose Ladies Club presented JWJ year Trustee; David Hare, the daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Samuel Lackland. Gigi is the daughter of Mr.

Executive Secretary Thomas "Margrave with a check supporting this year* s Judge-Advocate; Lonza A mobile stage was secured and. Mrs. George Williams.

project. Mrs. Minnie Bell Pinkney, president, is shown presenting gift to Mr. Jimison, Sgt-at-Arms; Gil- from the school I"C

T. Margrave while Mrs. Edith Demery chaplain; Mrs. Cathryn Salter, vice bert F. Hart Blood Bank maintenance department. It Miss Safety Girl Awaiting APPLICATIONS FORMARRIAGE

president; Mrs. Doretha Brown, business manager and Mrs. Dorothy Thomas, Chairman; Robert Wallace was attached to the LICENSESLeander

chairman sick committee look on., other members are: Mrs. Barbara Jackson, Historian; Charles L. auditorium stage giving Annual Trip To Nation's Capitol

Mrs. Annie Ruth James, Mrs. Lila Williams,Mrs. Gloria Ann Green, Miss Betty James Surgeon; William M. the participants ample A. Faters. 2977

Robinson, Mrs. Grace Bterby, Mrs.' CAtherine Johnson and Mrs. Annie Pope. Broadway Legislative space to execute the Bethel Ct 20 and Valeria

((Royal Art Photo by C. J. Simon) Officer. various dances. A multi- ,)>- Brown 202 S. 10th st. ,

color revolving electric sv yxp Jax Beach, Fla. 19.

provided special David E. Cobb. 1524 Mc-
light a
" ) .,.
t. SOCIALLYr SPEAKINGGUINYARD Affect while the children .U';>- Cord Blvd. 34 and Millie

performed.All Lee Lumpkin 1520 Harper

," ., .. of the teachers Street 33.

s!,.. : LOUISE. worked cooperatively on i Frank U. Smith 571 W.

the various committees.BIRTHS. 8th St. 36 and Metro L
"Streets Internationale the theme Delta
occasion, and I must say the selections were
Lewis 3625 David St. 24.
Sigma Theta's Tenth Biennial Jabberwock, was tops.

very well developed in skit fashion Monday William E. Love Jackson

evening' In New Stanton's Auditorium. The Jack- *... .... .... .... .... .... Tenn. 24 and Marion P.
Mr. and Mrs. Willie 1'. Smith, Baldwin, Fla. 23.
sonville Alumni Chapter can be proud of their efforts -
I Robinson; 1956 W. 24th St.; Spain E. Snow, Kings Rd
which should have given 'a considerableboost Mrs. Aver Geneva Butler spent several days in Girl.
22 and Ema M. Hart 2002W.
to their scholarship fund. Jacksonville, forsaking Daytona Beach last week- Mr. and Mrs. Morris H. 18th STeet. 20.

Miss Alva Pharlinda: Barnett. daughter .of,'Mr.and"Mrs1. end for the sake of the "Black and White Ball." Mann; 2532 Summitt Street; vz1t: Elder W. Rose burr, 1110

i M. H.. garri tt'liar" awarded the.' ov. t'edr Mrs.Butler has resettled,. in Daytona Beach after Boy.
., '. Milnor St. 77 and Marie
title of "Miss Jabberwock: of 196263." several years' absence, the latter two being Mr. and Mrs. Cecil Ross; Morris 1110 Milnor st. ,

Other contestants included runner-up Patricia spent in Topeka, Kansas. 1608 Tyler Street; Boy. 47.

Anne Howard, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. John A. Mr. and Mrs. Rayfield Jacob Lessene, 1616 V.

Howard, Sr. ; Stella Yvonne Ivey, granddaughterof .... .... I.... .... .... .... Barney; 5834 Crystobel 5'i 36th St. 69 and Avie J.Plusuner. .

Mr. and Mrs. A. J. demons; Mary Edith Bart- Avenue; Girl. yy IBmITA 1204 W. 31st st. ,

ley, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Melvin Bartley; Mrs. Hannah Jones and Mrs. Johnnie Mae Brown Mr. and Mrs. Johnnie r" ; 61.

and, Charlotte Joyce Williams, daughter of Mr. were guests when Bella Donna Bridge Club met Gatlin; 2584 W. 45th St. ; Andrew Stephens, 931

and Mrs. Thomas Williams of Gainesville, Florida. recently in the Roth Drive home of Mr. and Mrs. Apt. 11; Boy. Davis st. 50 and CassieM.

Joseph Thayer. Mr. and Mrs. John H. Mitchell. 1983 Broadway

.... .... ..., .... .... .... Mrs. Jones was recipient of the guest prize, Rogers; 3814 Breve Dr. ; Avenue, 48.
J while club awards were made to Mrs. Iva Grant, Girl. Charlie H. Caldwell 619W.

,f Miss:Co at si e Jones, we* po st.ess-when Les Tri eze Mrs. Geneva Adams and. Mrs. Hadassah Bullard. Mr. and Mrs. Elmer Gil- 17th St 32 and GloriaD.
eveaing.-: : ,1 1 .- bert; 1056 W. State St. ; personable young sixth grade pupil is await-
rite BridgeTJlUb met last Saturday
: .. Butler 619 W. 17th St.
Mrs. Winona Britt, Mrs. Ruth Bonner and Mrs. .... .... .... .... ..;." --.... Boy. ing this years school patrol annual trip to the 23. ,

Mr. and Mrs. Vennie nation's capitol with more than special interest.
Lillian S1ngIeton"were high scorers. Bishop S. Hoblasefi, III,
Other members in attendance at the meeting in- After a slight delay, I finally received the Curin gton; 2513 Janette Through the than-helpful cooperation of 1224 Davis St. 18 and
Street Girl. members of her family and friends, Bonita
cluded Miss Ruth Brcorae, Mrs. Eleanor Gay; ;Mrs. necessary details on Les Meres Club's recent ; Debris Thomas, 7924 Long-
Mr. and Mrs. William Patricia Jones won the vaunted "Safety Girl of
Margaret Sutton, Miss Gwendolyn Schell, Mrs. visit to Lake Wales, Florida. Naturally, the spur Street. 18.

Vanorlan Schell. Mrs. Vivian Satterwhite, Mrs. main attraction for the group was the 'Passion Cherry; 7564 Reed Street; the Year contest. Steve Jenkins 1473 Loganst.
Girl. Bonita, the daughter of God-sister, Miss Ruth
Doris A. Jones, Mrs.' Florence Wilson and Mrs. Flay," although other points of interest were 52 and Elizabeth Wiggins -
Mr. and Mrs. Willie L. Mrs. Andermeda Roger, and Haynes and M-Sgt. and
Carolyn Miller. visited during their stay. 1473 Logan St. 34.
'f'vMis.s "f. -.. Blair; 298 Belfort Street; step-daughter of Andy Mrs. Maurice Storey of
', :' \ : t' : I .
f. The group traveled by bus through the scenic Moses Ford Jr. 11119
.... .... .... Girl I Koger of Pittsburgh, Pa. Rantoul, Ill.
...... '.,..-.- I : ..... part of the State, stopping at Cypress Gardens, is of Greenland Lane 35 and
: '. a pupil Mrs. VivianS. Along with the family.
. and Bok Tower. Rosetta Barnes, 2925 wil-
Manigault at Forest Bonita wishes to thank
'. .ZelmaJohason4a;; : confined JoJB.rewster; The membership Roster of Les Meres Club, inc. Surprise Citation Park Elementary School. all of her sponsors at Mother's Day TeaThe

,Hospital resultof. an automobile accident includes Mrs. Sylvia A. Bartley, president; Mrs.
as .the; She is a student at Mrs. the school ci.ty, and Seminole Culture
and. I am happy 'to report that she is Mary Mackey, vice president; Mrs. Evelyn B.
: Norm J White's School of others in Savannah, New Club will sponsor a
resting comfortably at this time. Wells, recording sedretary; Mrs. Ester 0. Ramsey,
music J is a member of Mt. York City Pittsburgh, Pa. Mother's Day Tea Sun-

Miss Johnson resides at 1255 Hart Street. financial secretary; Mrs. Lucille J. Harper, .1 lloriah AYE Church's Sunday and Illinois who made day, May 12th from 4-6
Mrs. Etta S. Brooks, business manager; .1I
treasurer; I.1I: School and sings with
her recent
in the D80 Arcade
.... .... .... .... .... .... Mrs. Fannie M. Simmons, telephone hostess; Mrs. I Choir 3. p.m. ,
possible. 743 W. Ashley St.
Georgia B. Snyder, Mrs. Beatrice B. Vaught, And in order to win thisrear's
Social activities were stepped up to a swift Mrs. Frenchie S. Knight, Mrs. Adlaide Jenkins, Safety
needed large ....._
pace in Jacksonville last week-end, given a Mrs. Qieenie P. Davis and Mrs. Vivian R. Wesley. 1 Bonita amount of cooperation a r.- ,

boost by Iapp a Alpha Psi Frat erni ty' 15 Annual Both members of the club and their guests reported ..n which was forthcoming I I I AM A WOMAN... III

Black and White Ball. a delightful and memorable trip. .>>. from the following mem- In tfo paint bvtlMU, andI '.
win rfa thing'
a man
The affair was. held in..the Duval County Armory, MRS. LILA ANTHONY, gram- and .
bers of her family would daf" ...
J and according toYeports: it:has never been, .... .... .... .... .... .... martarian of Alpha Zi I' never .
friends: .. p...........d 1.ww.1.......MIllo .
been more enjoyable. Chapter of Theta Nu Sigma Her grandmother Mrs. w..d..w..ti--..., .s

\ Alvin Downing s Band furnished music for the The beautiful Rhode Island Drive home of Mrs. Sorority of the National Geneva Blackshear Palmerof I ............ w....,..r .,--.. f

Juanita Davis provided the setting for a recent Institute[ of Cosemetology. w.-..............f-1..di.M .. I.I
235 Chelsea St. city ; ........ t'1I
w. snr+o CKf UUC HUf
its Pepsifor meeting of Los Diamontes Bridge Club. Mrs. Davis was the surprise recipientof Hiss Rene J. Williams of AND WMTI>MOa..Ml.r.**....* "

now invited Mrs. Fannie Bellamy as guest player. the Sorority's Out- Savannah State College, ..w..L.a..LfwW." .- .
in the meeting included Mesdames standing Beautician of the ".....i".3 :...I. .
sister; aunt and uncle,
those who Ruth Ernestine Poole, Mary Green, Emma Morgan, Year award. The presentation Dr. and Mrs. Elson K:

Jacquelyn Hall, Frankie Summers, Luvenia Q. was made during the Williams of Savannah

thinkyoung Newman Anna B. Frazier, Thelma P. Geiger Sorority's first annual State CollegeGod-parents, No Belle* Paint
held last
Dawn Breakfast
Vivian Lewis, and Gloria Fort. Mr. and Mrs. Lee Haynes;
Pep si, Sunday in the home of ..No OWe? priest

.... .... .... .... .... .... Soror Edna Lewis trea-
* * *
surer 2035 Baldwin St. .-.-. -.....-
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Mrs. Nan Fletcher was guest player when Mrs. ---
e +e1r Bridge
Pauline E. Davis entertained Kelvinette
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Club in her Calhoun Street home. ,"'; :'({'* "ir'."'" >
Mrs. ::;:" ';' ':..;;<";' ;: >""
Mrs. Doris G. Bennett Miss Daisy Gilliard,

Sara Lovett and Mrs. Dorothy Oliver qualifiedfpr ,
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.eKIr :
prizes. 00 c..II......
1 M Members present in additia to prize winners 1 / CASH ..-........, a .....,

included Mrs. Essie D. Silav. Mrs. Celeste ', DISCOUNT ... .....M.. ,

Nicks, Mrs. Pearl Mackey, Mrs. Emma L. George, ; i 3; c

Mrs. Geraldine Hilliard Mrs. Ann Monroe and -- Mr ........
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Mrs. Barbara Harper. j' 6Y'F

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fft 2 $498

Activities at the Edgewood Lounge have increased SUO OTA........n P1Md'w

rapidly since the addition of the Eugene White tf", ,

great, including White* a .'MM" ...M4.-H.Ir.M.." I
sounds are
Combo.: The .
vocalizing and Reid Jackson's "whaling' on t w -11.00-cwhtf* DRiPLESS LATEX

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the drums.Livingston. Her mother or her sister? ILLFHPftSl It._........ :=.. 4"
To Stage Talent Show MondayThe OUTSIDE pt.d.g t./an

of Smart duHls WHITE s... .... ,.. "
pupils Pope by Jessie Lewis w 1 .... ....,...

Livingston Elementary be presented by members ito Whether you want the excitement of a different JtefU.. M44 .Nau.p.xr.1ar. ..- 791S
School will present a the Fourth Grade hair shade, or want to give new life to dull or o0 to 1&sl -.
Talent Slow Monday; May 6. gray hair...,insist on the 1onghairco1or 2
pi. .......
story la full of actor ... a d1wr.1 a.w.y 5m. .
Parents have as much fun as, 8:00 p.m. in the ud1The in the famous red packageGodefroy'ad
tion and is uunctuatec Larieuee. It's easy to apply,and complete in
youngsters today..and, naturally, fun -.. lum of th8 of* rch dances.wlth oo1. humor and suspense.' one package-there'. nothing else to buy. &EMERSONFAIRLY
Various types
'. Includes Pepsi! Nothing drenches your P t'COLAthirst ,.r and'iaper The various committee!
popular songs ISLOYfLYCOLOKS
.,. are working hard to mak e gfJ' STORES
like a cold,(inviting PepsI.! .onations will be fea- this Project a success. <6116< NORWOOD AVL PO 52315rM

Think Pepsi, pleas!" tared. IARIUSI0e 411ubs Neft" .. c.t..., Sbmi.t C+eNs
young say Friends and parents annuriginsT St..8t.L.YL.MD.
.... .... ..... skit, oea.troyMfO.Cemo..r.351008v
MN.4 '...- ...-. -- M** MT-Wf ---- ua urged to be present.

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I Midway Lay RetreatScheduled Leave For Overseas

Wdlaw" PrKblter"At
AME Church May 4th ACHURC1

II t Betfmne Cookman CHURCH NOTES

"I. I Richard V. Moore, Lay BY L.N. PEARSON SR. w rM fix,,' .. N S l

',Leader of the -

ference of the Methodist Choir will rehearse Friday w .Y s e "s .g L

Church (CJ) issues the May 3 at 8:00 p.m. in the e Three
! Jaxons will
l lI Sl x play principal roles here
call to the 10th annual Westminster Hut. We are a
May 10 at 8 p.m. when Alvin Downing, music director -
, Lay Retreat and Workshop asking all members to be
I and the Gibbs Junior College Chorus with
I II scheduled for Bethune- present in order to per- i-.
I Q Levi McIntosh and Pricilla Jones, members of the
i\ Cookman College on Saturday fect harmony of singingthe
choral group, present a concert for benefit of
May 4th. The thene hymns and a special c '
r the Church of God in Christ's education fund. A
for the workshop is: THE selection for Morning-
5 varied program will be featured sad
GREATER SERVICE. Bishop All church members are the general public are invited.

Marquis LaFayette Harris asked to come Saturdayand tL1 J
I the Episcopal leader of bring the entire : -0-0-0-

! Plans are being made the Atlantic Coast Area family and enjoy an after-

for the annual Men s of Methodist. ChurchCJ noon of fellowship and I s f First New Zion Baptist Church's Youth Department

Day observance at Midway ( ) will be the keynote service to the master. The 4z will observe its anniversary Sunday beginningwith

''s AME Church: SUnday May speaker.The hour is 2:00 p.m. until Sunday School and closing with the 11 a.m.

3 '26. schedule follows: dark. Spring being here service. District 1 will meet Sunday at 4 p..

Officers for the observance 9:00 to 9:30 a.m. Regis- our grounds are in much with Mrs. Annie L. Randolph 1954 Mars. St.Usher

are: F. 0. tration (lobby of White need of repair for out- ] i Board 3 meets Sunday at 5 p.m. in the church.

. Henry, chairman; Allen Hall); 9:30 a.m. General door activities. Let each I Choir 4 will present a musical beginning Sunday

Thomas, co chairman; Session Dr. Richard V. member give his or her at 7 p.m. in the church auditorus. Annual Wo -

Gregory Wells, secre- Moore Presiding; Reverend best to the Master. Heated' serfs Day will be celebrated June 30.
tary; Everfaart Williams, Rogers P. Fair Secretaryof grills will be available BON VOYAGE*---Career soldier, Sgt. Johnny and Nrs. Simmons and family were' I
for guests of relatives and friends during a series of farewell parties prior to
treasurer; Allen Thomas, the Florida Conferenceof persons who wish to -0-0-0-
Curtis Williams, financial the Methodist ChurchCJ cook out.Church their leaving last week for Boumholler, Germany where Sgt. Simmons will engage !

committee.Rev. ( ), will give the invo- School will begin in a new assignment. Among those honoring the Simmons were Mr. and Mrs. Annual Women's Day will be celebrated at Tabernacle -

J.". Jones, pastor cation; Bishop Harris' Sunday May 5. at 10:00 a.m. Joseph Simmons of 4333 South Roth Drive. Sgt. Simmons is a veteran of 12- Institutional Baptist Church May 19th,

I ;-will serve as chairman keynote address is en- injthe George Washington years service. Friends are wishing them a safe Journey and an early return. Mrs. Queen Atkins, chairman, announced. Deaconess
r of the program committee. titled. Challenge To Lay- Carver Elementary School Board 1 will meet Sunday at 3:30 p.m. in the

Members are: F. 0. men. The Conference Lay 2854 W. 45th Street with Sweetfield Plans church auditorium. Mrs. Carrie Brown, sponsor,

Henry, Walter Daniels, Leader will give the Pro- T.V. Huger superintendentin DirectionBy Gigantic announces that a "Slabtown Convention" will be

Allen Thomas and W. P. cedure for the Day and charge. RevivalRev. presented May 13th in the church.

Cox. S. C. Hart, C. C. the Reverend Arthur B. MOrning Worship service 0. Lewis, noted
will begin at 10:55 a.m. Rev. J. Roddick
Crowell will give the Evangelist from West
Clark, H. J. Hart, k o 0-0-
j Sunday School committee; benediction for the with Rev. F.D. Wilson, Florida, will conduct

Everhart Williams, General Session. pastor delivering the ser- nightly services along Holy Communion will be administered throughout ,
mon. The United choir will PASTOR OF SIMPSON with
Charlie Robinson, Neo Fountain j prominent local the day at St. Matthew Baptist Church, 28th and
I Chapel support the rite robed in clergymen, their choirs,
Blackshear, usher com- Moncrlef Rd. Rev. Ernest Neal announced. Rev.
p white and wearing black ushers and congregations,
mittee; Charlie Robin- AME Church METHODIST CHURCH when Neal will be in charge of pulpit services throughout -
shoes. C.E. Simmons Jr. Sweetfield Baptist
son, Gartual Daniels, Church the day. Friends and the general public are
order of
Sunday's ser- will preside at the piano.I launches its
Gregory Wells, tag vices will begin with will search the bible i greatest annual Revival in invited to share in the services.

committee; Curtis Sunday School at 9:30 a.m. diligently to find God'swill 1DISCREPANCY history clnning Monday

Williams, C. C. Clark, with Superintendent U. for my life night, May 6, Rev. D.P. -0-0-0-

F. 0. Henry, music Cook and Instructors in Barnes, pastor, announced.The .
4 committee; E. C. Clark, charge. All officers, OF ONE event terminates on Dinners for benefit of the Women's Day drive at

S. G. Hart, W. P. Cox, choirs and boards are requested Nearly 8,000 Women Friday night, May 17th. Sweetfield Baptist Church will be sold Saturdayin
According to Rev.
decoration. committee; to serve and are the church dining room with Mrs. Helen Holmes
While' I was serving as principal of a public "This is not
Rev. J.W. Jones, Walter urged to attend consecra- Attending ConventionCHICAGO a stylish in charge. Preaching for the annual Revival Monday
school, a teacher came to me in despair She had revival. Come
Daniels, F. 0. Henry, tion service and Holy sing, shout, night will be featured by Rev. 0. Lewis,
sleepless nights because
spent on register
Allen Thomas, publicity communion will be administered -- (ANP) -- pray and bring a friend or noted West Florida evangelist. Ministers and
she could not be given her check until her friends. "
committee at both the Between 5.000 and 8,000 their congregations from various churches in the
register was completely correct. She only had a
i Each member has been 11 a.m. and evening ser- delegates representing discrepancy of one, but that is what made the Ml. Olive Preparing city will assist with the nightly services. The

asked to pay $15 in vices. Africa, Asia Europe, whole register wrong. We soon found the discrepancy For public is cordially invited. Rev. D. P. Barnes is
South America and vari- Spirited Men'sDay
this effort. The pastor Rev. F. and her check was surrendered. host pastor.
and will deliver the ous other church-sup-
The pastor congregation Jones
I think, in this connection, of Alexander The ObservanceIn
ported mission stations
I are inviting 11 a.m. message. Great who, I am told, begged his father for a a traditional manner, -0-0-0-
: other churches and Rev. Jones is requesting throughout the world and
the of Mt. Olive AME
vicious horse when he was a boy. Although men men
'! friends to come in and th at stewards and the Americas, are expected could not control this horse Little Alexander Church. Franklin and Pip- Holy Communion services will be held Sunday at

share this observance. stewardess accompany him 13th annual to attend inter-the took the horse each day and rode him until the pin Sts are engaged in a 4 p.m. in Abyssinia Baptist church. Rev. 'B. L.

during administering to women's horse was completely under control. spirited contest which Wynn, pastor, will deliver. the sermon. All choirs
the sick and 3 p.m. At national conven-: will culminate in the and boards will The School Chorus
Honorees serve. Sunday
Exam tion of the Church of Later in at 21, had destroyed
5p.m. the ACE League naming of a king for the will rehearse Saturday at 4 Usher Board 4
God In Christ, in ses- Thebes. At 25 he had conquered Babylonia and at p.m.
will meet with its
Cited At t New dent. Presi- sion April 30-May 5 at 33 he had subdued the whole civilized world. By annual servance.Men's Day ob- meets Saturday at 4 p.m.

Mt. Pisgah Baptist his conquests, he notoriously proved that he
Evening service will Each the congrega-
Stanton Sr. High Church here. learned how to conquer animals and nations, but -0-0-0-
start at 7 p.m. and the tion is divided into fourbarony'
Theme of the meetingis he never did learn how to c mquer himself, for
Principal Charles D. sermon will be deliveredat s namely, the Rev. W. C. Neal, pastor, will administer the
"The Clarion Call to he drank himself to death before he had chanceto
Brooks of New Stanton 7:30 o'clock. S.D. Christian Women" apply his ability in real service_ to the Houses of Saxony, Aragon Lord's Supper Sunday at 3 p.m. in St. Thomas
Davis. Steward Board vice Bourbon and Windsor. Each
Senior High School gave a world. Baptist Church. Annual Women's Day will be observed -

, special honors banquet to chairman class leaders is requestingall to is the sponsor and the Many of us, today, young and old, are attempting group supports for king.a contestant Sunday, May 19 with Mrs. W. C. Neal as

. the nearly two dozen stu- contact activity is being pre to live in a complex civilization without all acting pastor and Mrs. Eleanor Jackson, chairman..
all members urging, Rev. B.J. Williams pas-
dents who took and suc- sented in benefit of the basic factors for life. A Vocation A series of programs will prevail throughout the
necessary ,
and the membershipof
them to attend church tor,
'j cessfully passed the Army t activities. church mortgage.The friends and prestige are all desirable, but life Mt. Olive are invitingthe day. All choirs will hold a joint rehearsal
Test administered at the(t men of Fountain Friday at 8 p.m., with Mrs. H. Neal and Mrs. A.
Members and friends are Saturday is not balanced without God. We live in His world: entire community to
school recently. The ban-' being notified of the sell barbeque on breathe His air and eat his food. He gives us a share in the preliminariesand Mainor in charge.
quet was held in the cafe, the church lot at 737 the Men's Day fete
body mind soul. These do not
special service Tuesday Jessie St. for benefit of a a begin to name
teria Tuesday morning will' which is scheduled Sunday, -0-0-0-
his values to
night in the church. A the annual Men's Day pro- us.
t James Gloster presidentof prominent minister will gram slated for June 9. It is pathetic that in our world which needs May 19th with a daylong

the student council,' be in charge of the service Clarence Sledge is chair- Him so much, we tend to make mad rushes for other series of programs. You Don t Have to Go to Town to Get

presiding Mrs. Irene Austin values and leave Him out; then, we wonder what

is the matter with our world. We cannot come to LOW
GOOD Peace and "receive our check."

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j Selected Vocalists Top StrifitsCftri Problems Of Negro Women Discussed Leading Grads Cited

if 1t 1I At FAMUTwelve WASHINGTON AY Presidents- The President's Commission Commission Meeting on the $ : ? ta( L I

students graduatedwith
Status of Women has been asked to note the special
greater distinction. needs' of Negro women. _
: .
a They were Liars Boyd Rose The particular problemsof pointed out "it is the ;'
\ V. crosby John P. Daniels. this minority group status of the Negro nan

I Vernell Johnson Adolphus revealed by the 1960 Cen- and his position in the

. } Lewis. Elaine E. Miller sus to comprise nearly 10 community and his need
Howard Hadley. Yvonne percent of the total female for feeling himself an important -
I Young. Allen L. Hankinson population were dis- person, free and
II I ,,'. Randolph Rimes.Thirtynine. cussed at a recent all-daj, able to make his contribution JI
students conference in Washington in the whole
,... graduated with ( i
distinc- sponsored by the Com-. society in order that he

7 tion. They were Viceol mission. 'may, strengthen his home."
\ r -. r.' ackshear, AntoinetteBrown Tio review by the Pre- The consultation was one
.... June M. Lula
sident's Commission of the of a series sponsored by
Burke Dora Cason.. Vary status of women in the the Commission to explore _

1 Clarke. Barbara Davis United States would be specific areas designatedfor

Collier Percy Goodman, complete without a consideration review and recommenda-
Mary Brooks Rogers, Helen of the particular tions by President Kennedyin

Griffin Brunzy Hardrick problems--and opportunities establishing the Com-

Doris Harmon Annie Harper for they exist, mission. These areas involve PRESIDENT
Prances Jackson AWARD---Dr. George W. Gore Jr. (left).
too--of a group of women the status of women president of Florida
A. and
M. University, awarding Florida A. and 1I.'s Coveted -
Annie Jones, Mervin Jones,
t "who account for onetenthof in categories of employment Meritorious
SANDRA THOMPSON, Rharlotte, N. C. ; Wil- Synester Jones Bobby all the women in our ,, civil and political C. Blythe Andrews, Certificate to three graduates. They are (l-r):

helmina Moncur, Washington, N. C. and Jordan. Irene Kilpatrick. country,"said Mrs. Esther rights, Borne and community FAMU's Vice-President founder-propruetor Florida Sentinel-Bulletin Tampa;
J. E. Lee Jr. who
I Juanita McQ wan, Rocky Mount, N. C. were Also Earnestine Ladd, Peterson, Assistant Secre- education and social insurance fessor Marshall presented the candidates; Pro-
principal, Ljman Memorial Junior-Senior
Maggie LaPleur. Gracie
selected as top rated vocal soloists at tary of Labor who Is exe- and taxes. Other Lebanon
; George H.
Rawls M. D. mdianapolis. Ind.
the North Carolina State Music Festival Lewis. Thomas Moffett, cutive vice chairman of consultations have Included -

held last week at A. and T. College. Gwendolyn Morgan Alex the Commission, in openingthe consideration of 1963 Tuberculosis
..Payne William Peterson Savannahian
meeting. the status of women in Promoted
Edward Rodgers, Enith Say- Chaired by Miss Dorothy employment, voluntary ,., '
Y Drive Launched
.s, W e All TilkMETHODS lor Agnes Simmons Mag- Height a member of the organizations and the mass ,.
i I May 1st .
gie Simon. LuBertha Roy- Commission and presidentof media.
OF VOTINGBy ster. Curtis Taylor. the National Councilof The National Tuberculosis (
Marcus H. Boulware Virginia Taylor. Penelope
Negro Women, the consultants Association and its 2300
Thompson Thomas Waters. gave special attention Gibbs InstructorsGet affiliates launched a
Through the application of parliamentary Julian White Mildred
to the concerns of I nationwide campaign to .
procedure, clubs may cast votes using the Wilkerson. Albert Mitchelland the Negro woman in American Study GrantsST. alert Americans to the .t

foil wing methods: Nathaniel Williams. life. I menace of respiratory }

1. By acclamation Fifteen ROTC cadets were "Negro women have the PETERSBURG A diseases it was announcedby h

2. By roll call -"/ commissioned. They were same problems and hopes as fifth instructor at James E. Perkins, M.D.,

1 i 3. 'By show of hands Spencer Carey Milton other women, but they cannot Gibbs Junior College has J Managing Director of NTA.

4. By rising or standing Jones, Walter L. Mills, take even the samethings received a stipend from Chronic respiratory dis- .

5. By casting ballots Gwenuel Mingo. Alex Payne. for granted," said: the National Science ease is the fourth largest

': 6. By general consenta way of voting by Walter Robinson Charles Miss Height in summing up Foundation to partici- killer among all causes of

not voting) Hobbs. Benjamin Ellis. the discussion. "If the pate in one of its summer death in the United States
instanceif the club has just heard Runett Fields. James Lock-
For Negro woman has a major institutes. Deaths from emphysemaalone
I the reading of the minutes of the pre- hart General Neasman underlying concern" she C.B. Keene Dean of have been more than

vious meeting, the chairman may say: You Robert Singleton. Charles Students at the College, doubled between 1954 and
have heard the reading of the minutes. Williams Taft Womack, is the recipient of a the present.The .

F If there are no corrections or additions, and Albert Reliford. .- grant to study at Beloit National Tuberculosis

11 the minutes stand approved as read. College, Beloit, Wisconsin Association and its affiliates -
p This then, is away of voting by not Gov. Bryant, Mass. Atfy., Gen. Feature this summer. are making a AA

voting--in this case, the members remain Prior to Keene's appointment national effort to alert
Florida A & M Trimester Graduation
silent.We science department all Americans by warning
also have several kinds of votes, TALLAHASSEE"Re:sponsibility is the instructors them of the significant

namely, majority, plurality, unanimous, key to freedom, ared Attorney General LeRoy Johnson. Ollie symptoms: chronic cough LIGHT COLONEL" IN THE MAKING---Mrs. Willie

two-thirds, and the ballot. Edward W. Brooke of Massachusetts[ before a Phlpps Peter Williamsand and chortness of breath Hubert pins shiny new and silver maple leaf emblems -

READERS: for my parliamentary chart of record commencement audience of nearly Frank Pierce were of breath upon the shoulders of her husband, who was

A motions, send fifty cents to ever the cost 5,000 in Bragg StadiM. ,urn at Florida A. and notified of grants a- and and urging shortness that if they last week promoted to the new rank of lieutenant

of handling to Dr. M. H. Boulware Box University lastThreehundred Saturday morning. warded them by the NSF. have these symptoms they colonel in the U. S. Air Force. Col. Hubert".

310-A, Florida A. and M. University, and Keene will attend the see their doctor rather native of Savannah Ga., is the professor of Air
I ; Tallahassee, Florida eighty seven students the U.S. Army commis- Beloit College Summer them take chances. Science at A. and T. College, in charge of the
I I received degrees from sions. Institute in Contem- "The campaign period Air Force ROTC Detachment there. Observing the

Red Dr. George W. Gore Jr., Attorney General Brooke porary Scientific Psy- will extend from May 1st proceedings from center is Dr. L. C. Dowdy, act-
' ; Carpet Treatment president of: FloridaA&M. referred to the gradua- chology for Collegiate through June 15th Dr. ing president of the college.IT -
tion as the end of Undergraduate Teachersof Perkins added.
persons received ---
formal education and the Psychology. The Institute -
the coveted FAMU
beginning of a new life. will run from
Meritorious Achievement
Certificate. Fifteen of "The mere fact that July 21st through b

the graduates received you are graduating today August 30th.He .
a Sk means that you are is one of 30 appli-
commissions as second
lieutenants in the U.S. taking on responsibility. cants accepted from 1i ;;: L
he said "and among 250 to attend the __
Army. The General Alumni
Association awarded 50- those of us who are edu- institute which will
c. cated must take on the provide information on
medals to four
t year mem- 0
of the contemporary developmentin
bers of the class of responsibility
scientific psychologyas _
1913 and 25-year medalsto masses.
"I trust that you will such, he will hear
17 members of the lectures on: Learning
class of 1938. go home not all of you physiological psychology
but most of you because
Governor Farris Bryant decision making problem
they: need you at home
behalf of
speaking on .J1v1ng., and thinking;
the State of Florida, he pointed out. "Theyneed perception and the receptors 4J.
OFFICIALS told the graduates that women on school
FAMU CDMMENC iFm'---offich.l greetings ; social psy-
from Tallahassee went to Attorney Edward "commencement is not committees and men" as chology; and personality

Brooke (third from left) attorney general for the end but the begin- city officials. he The recipient has had

the State of Massachusetts, upon his' arrival ning. I welcome you intoa revealed. extensive graduate

4 at the Municipal Airport in Tallahassee. Brookewas mature society whichis "Real government is training in educational

the guest speaker for the Florida A. and being built here in not obtained in Washington. psychology and has done
D.C. but on the
Florida. There is
M. commencement exercises last Saturday., Greeting research in problem
the attorney general immeasurable contribu- local levels. solving. In addition he
here Attorney: ThomasM. Tour right to vote is
Jenkins, dean of the FAMU college of law: tion you can make to most precious rightIt has a taught psychology.He .
i Mayor Sam E. Teague Jr., of Tallahassee; and Dr.. this state. responsibility received his under- t
1' George W. Gore Jr.", president of FAIlu.LEO'S Secretary of State Tom is to your train the massesto graduate training at ..;
Adams also extended and did his
vote said the attorney -
greetings during the Master's degree work at
exercises. Col. Thomas A Atlanta University. y
Shoe Repairing Sound Service for Adver Graham professor of told his audience of

If Any Kind tising-Dances Ball Games military science at the his success in winningthe
etc. Also Loud SpeakerIs election in Massa- -
University Florida, KEEP, AMERICA
Our Only Business Service for Banquets. Con- represented the command- chusetts. "I was a Republican BEAUTIFUL
certs. Record Hops etc. in a Democraticstate
of the
Ing general IV
845 Florida Avenue
Phone EL 35902. .Army Corps and awarded a protestant in a
catholic state and a ,- "
-- population. Your placeis .
member of a race which ;
any place you want to 'I
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Annual Drive .. Wfcat Makfs
Spearheading Bill Rissrt Grttt?

> By Charles J. Livingston

CHICAGO (AN?) What are the ingredient

g 4 for greatness in an athlete? Or Bore precisely -

what makes him great? Let's consider
tcRZ1 the case of William Russell of the world

champion Boston Celtics team of the National
! Basketball Assn.What .

I makes Bill great? Why is he the great-

I est defensive star the game has ever pro-
: duced? And why is he considered by many including -

4 a this scribe, the great all-around
player in the game today?

Let's consider Bill's mental and physical
tf makeup first. The 6 foot 10 inch former
Olympic star and University of San Francisco

All-America center is a man of fierce pride
unbounding determination and great aabitioii

ui1rif that goes far beyond the realm of his tsport
-basketball. On the other hand Bill
is not merely a great basketball player he

is a giant among the Giants. It couldn't be

great--or the greatest--he wouldn't be play-
''--'- .. ing pro basketball today.
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This man. Bill Russell, was born to play
: : basketball, having all the natural attri-

!a, butes and a sharp, creative mind to go with

them. In basketball, however, this is not
iiiilhI1II unusual. Several other men Wilt Chamberlain -

Elgin Baylor Oscar Robertson. George
flIIJI iy Mikan Bob Pettit Jack Twyman and Reese
F (Goose) Tatum and several other starsalsowere

blessed with: attributes that made them

natural stars. What then, separates Russell
from the rest? What makes him unique
It is Bill's great desire to excel. Russell

could never be content with being just
: another major league basketball player.
There is still another quality in him. He

knows how to succeed. Some athletes, like

former heavyweight" boxing contender Bob

Satterfield never seem to be able to exploit -

i to the fullest their natural talent or
: t. ability. Bill knows how to get the most out

of himself. A constant basketball student,

I z ,.. he is always maping strategy and seeking
El: '" -'i--JIi-W' .,....-.I Bk"- ""Yii&'-I' ... '+C.-"t I c w:.Ii tI. -- ,- .... 'ways to improve upon his playing--if that is
OPERATION CONTACTl ---Duval public schools com- Clara H. Durham, assistant secretaryand CharlesD. Alberta P. Cook, Moncrief; Mrs. Lorice Howard,- basically possible. He is always 'Up' '

I mittees are waging a current all-out campaign to Brooks, chairman. Top right, from left: Mrs. Carver; Mrs. Cleve D. Cronnartie, Darnell-Cook- mentally for a game. In short Russell is a

orbit the 1963 United Negro College Fund drive I Juanita Randolph, James Weldon Johnson; Mrs. man, and Mrs. Rosa Lee Shannon Baldwin Bottom thorough basketball player.

over-the-top in this area. With $59.00 recently Leona G. Styles, Isaiah Blocker; Mrs. Vivian pix left, from left: Mrs. Annie Lewis Long- Says Russell: "I have a terrible feeling .

reported from Richard'!... Brown Elementary School, Johnson, Richard L. Brown; Mrs. W. H. Hadley, branch; Mrs. Gwendolyn Oail ey, Wesconnett; about being average. I don't want to be

funds contributed to date from public schools per- Matthew W. Gilbert; Theodore Montgomery, Douglas Robert Brymer, Stanton Vocational; Mrs. Peggy average. I want to be exceptional. And

sonnel now stands at $2,703.00. Shown in top Anderson. Bottom photo left, from left; John A. Norman, Pine Forest; Mrs. Emma King, Jackson- 'So exceptional in fact
photo left (from left) are: George B. Nairn, co L. Lewis; Mrs. Grace B. Solomon, Oakland; Mrs. ville Beach; and Willie Bullard, Stanton Adult. that he has been voted by NBA players and

chairman: Mrs. Eleanor J. Gay, secretary; Mrs. coaches as the league's Most Valuable Playerfor

the second consecutive year getting the

Dupas Finally Wins TitleNEW 2 SE Confab GJC To SeekOutstanding nod over such super stars as Chamberlain,
Teen TalkBy the game's greatest scorer, and Baylor of
ORLEANS---Classy Ralph Dupas, in his third Schools May High the Lakers and Robertson of Cincinnati.

championship quest finally won a world title Break Traditions School GraduatesST. ROBIN FURRESTER Russell is also a thinking ballplayer who

here Monday night when he defeated Denny Moyer of PETERSBURG -- In a Hi! May is here.: When May comes, certain special goes on the ,floor with offensive and defensive -
Portland Ore. for the world junior middleweightcrown LOUISVILLE. Ky.ANP)- few days coaches at Gibbs days cannot be far behind. This is really senior strategies.for. the opposing team
in a 15-round split decision. Two Southeastern Con- Junior College plan to month; student government day, senior class trips, m mapped out in his 'head. But he can

Showing more aggressivefor Dupas five for Moyer ference schoolsGeorgiaTech tour the state for out- ninth grade socials, junior-senior proms, vesper readily adjust to any situation.
and Tulane--have
ness than his usual fancy and two even, and the declared that standing athletes who will services, and finally promotional exercises and I recall,.vividly*&..incident! iavplvinAR -..,
footwork style Dupas other officially is time for seniors sell during the clXticiTlast visit to Chica
judge chose Moyer be graduating from graduation. May a everywhere.There
they willing to Join
slowed down and seemed 7-6-2. are Florida high schools were few vacant seats at Stanton' ,Annual go. I called Bill irf an attempt to arrange a
tired in the the University of Kentucky interview with him. A few minutes
tenth round The Junior this Jure. personal
middleweight Band Concert in the Civic Auditorium. Numerous
in its desire to
but followed with two fast class was created last An expanded atnletic pro- well-dressed teen-agers were there. They were at elapsed before he came to the 'phone, and I
break with conference
rounds toward the end of October with 154 pounds gram plus Increased demands their best. A small but appreciative audience presumed that he had been resting ir\ his
tradition and lift the
the bout. hotel He was there, but he wasn't
for Junior college room.
being the maximum
weight attended the first in a series of concerts by
color bar Negroes
Referee Pete Giarrusso for the class. Dupas against athletes are reasons for dozing or resting. I learned later.frm one
Symphony Associations of Central Jacksonville on
in athletics.
gave Dupas 9-4-2; Judge weighed in at 151 and the talent hunt accordingto of his teammates that Bill "was4wwen-
on Monday, April 29, in the gymnatorium of James
Kentucky.which has been "
Lucian Joubert scored 8 Moyer scaled 154.Nation's head coach Norman Jackson trating on the game. In the interview,
Weldon Johnson Junior High School. Many of you
Integrated for several
a stellar athlete afterwards he was Just as precise as he is
but fielded do not the music the string orchestras play,
years never You aks Russell virtually any
during his high schooldays playwise. may
Ranking Official ,colored players had but try listening to at least one classical
pre- in Tampa. question from basketball to business to hispersonai
record with rock and roll.
I FAMU COMMENCEMENT SPEAKER---Attorney General viously stated its your life, as long as you "get to the
Now for our club news of the week. The Duke and
State and
willingness to play a- Tennessee
Edward W. Brooke of Massachusetts, the nation'stop point. He despises needless formalities
gainst Negroes athletesand declined comment, and Duchess are a group of teenagers who attend James fashioned.Is .
Negro state official, was the guest speakerat no matter how artful, they may be
to have them on its Howell Weldon Johnson Jr. High School.For promoting in
the record commencement exercises at FloridaA. Hollis acting Russell happy about his success
own team.Georgia. athletic director of the social and civic activities they are the most. frankly
and M. University recently. Some 5,000 per- basketball? Yes. But he tells you
Tech and Tulane university of Georgia, Their Christmas Party was held in the auditoriumof the sport to
sons heard the attorney general in Bragg Stadiumon that he is looking beyond
the A. and M. campus. gave affirmative answersto said the question was Walker Vocational & Commercial College. making some contribution to life. "What I'd
referred to President A. They linen to the Old Folks Home, had
the question put to gave a really like to do is discover something or
them in questionairessent C. Aderholt. who was out picnic at the zoo, a spring party at Gwendolyn J. come up with some invention that would savea
List Sunday'slasaball cores to all 11 other of town. Jackson's home. They are looking forward to their man's life. To me, this is really import
members of the con- The only negative anniversary dance in the Civic Auditorium. to tell
and would be something I'd be proud
Southside Hawks 8 St. Nicholas 6
ference by U.K. and answer from those polled SOit is really true that teens think big and react he
children, says.
Second Game: 7 5 my
sports writer Larry came from MississippiState big. There's nothing small about the dreams, Bill also has a mind for business. He has
Sunbeam Braves 23 Arlington Cubs 7 '
Boeck of the Louisville
and ambitions of teen. The officers and
hopes a bought a few acres of land for a rubber
Second Game : 10 0
ficials of the school
members of this club are: Robert Nelsmlth-president; plantation in Liberia and hopes to live
Jacksonville Kings. 17 Jacksonville Bucks 3 Vanderbilt gave what said it would not com-
Simmons-vice president: Cassandra retiringfrom
Roojevfilt there at least a
considered Indirect --
Second Game : 8 3 was an pete against Negroes at
Jacksonville Clippers 2 Cavaliers i approval. "It is home. They had no comment Austin-secretary; Janice Dixon-asst.secretary; the game. __ -
Westside Colts 10 King Edward Giants 6 public knowledge that in on the Question of Richardeau Oliver-treasurer; Charles Reddick- -
Second Game: 10' 7 recent years Vanderbilt integrated Kentuckyt chaplain; Victor Travis-business manager; George

Drummer Boys 9 Middleburg Twins 5 has competed against Integrated earns. Dennis-sargeant-at-arms; Annecia Black, Keith 515 DAVIS STREET
teams." Alexan The MSU basketball ten Canty, Sheron McBride, Mi sea el le Clement, Ranae
Second Game: 4 3 de r Heard the after being refused per- Davis Patricia Dicks Nathan Gadson Albertha Order Now at Reid Prices.

school's chancellor re mission In three pre- Wilson, Kenneth Goins, Kenneth Brockington, PHOTO CHRIS

plied. vious years to go to Beverly Baith, Carolyn Grier, Beverly Jordan, ,
Faaity fonfClifeBLACK
The University of the NCAA went this yearas Michael Knox, Joann Taylor, James Greene III, o ,

zl Florida refused to comment the SEC champion Lawson Howell and Harriette Jacks: >n. I a & WHITE C8LSR

"on speculationabout despite opposition from Tb you who want tc know what happened to Elvis

; -. r possible changesin Gov. Ross Barnett and Presley (the Hound Dog: Man), he made three movies SEP1ATINEQusKty

policy" ; Louisiana state officials. this year: "Kid Galahad," "Girls Girls, PhotographsCHBRCHESWEIWMSSSICIAIS

: Girls," and "It Happened at the World Fair." .

,1. : .. Sea iiTGOURMET hte He has a new RCA Victor record: "Return to I .
t Sender." Last year, he earned $2.800,000.H8
Dial EL
was recently given the title of "The Top Male 41114if

Myrtle Avc, and Adorns Phone EL44468 Singer in the World" by the London New Muslal
Express. Elvis has changed rdes. He is quiet,
Y CORNER- and conservative but busy making Billions. For 1 Ditfl: S: : '
..Tte NCMtar.M Wto L.1'IIe1ntll.' ...* those who still have their ''crush" on him: he ntonabrighter. _

CONCH MEAT e. w, UL 49c dates only ordinary girls.

KING CRAB LEGS ,,.<>.. .... '100T4.4 ; Remember teens: 'Character gives you the .- -< -- <
M I, --(lie w..t
strength to stand for
things in which you' be- / / :

.j 1 Fourth Straight Wttk Adios... teens.I

Cited During Program

.z SPECKLED TROUT u. 59c sKin .
ST. PETE US BURG---Dr. Alan C wist en, chaplainof

KEN KNIGHT Large Medium SHRIMP LIt. $110! Dartmouth Florida instructor Presbyterian highlighted College and Religions a foraer 8dI W.a etenry 1O_ -

Invites You To Listen To- FLASH FROZEN Emphasis Week at Gibbs junior College with a religious ..J uh. .

"KNIGHT TRAIN"Starting Stwmd Stone Crab CLAWS u.. iBo In addressing message the Monday.student body. Dr. Carl at en .Ate Dtrk'Ittts" "

said "A van is Judged by the company he keeps,
BAIT SQUID I JOI mars 45' and birds of ''a tea her flock together." He said

At 7:00 pm Nlghtly- SHAD FILLETS 99' .a,csn can be known by the enemies he has, but not
.M fIIM.- ... BBse.iislemaae
necessarily by defect of character.He described .w w.rt

1400 ,WRHC 1400 SPOTS "OF COURSE"" Lfc. 350 Jeans as a,Man known by his enemies but viewed rw.n
fairly and apathetically by history.

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Bob Hayes' Smashes Another World's Dash Record -But I

I Wtab Nillify Suns Return Home Gobbler Seasoi Claimed Success

alelrtl Sprint Friday For An By Slate Regional MoMfer

8 Game Stint

LAKE CITY -- A special gobbler season,

Forced to pack their ractices for several years in western

grips and to go on a sa Florida, was held this spring throughoutmost

IALNUT. Calif. -- Bob fari in order to break of northern Florida.

Hayes, the Jax native who their home-games-lossej
Brantley Goodson,Regional Butler Management Area and
makes a habit of breaking Jinx, the Jax Suns have
Manager for Northeast found the turkey popula-
world's sprint records done just that, and the
without their enteringthe revitalized Geraghtj Florida reports, "Popu tion, "undented, and perhaps
larity and hunter success a little wiser for
books, repeated forces will return home
last of the new 16-day spring it all. "
past performances Friday for an 8-game stint
breaking the 1 r' turkey gobbler season in Williams concluded. "The
Saturday by
s F > against three rough and
world's 100 meter mark \ { C the Northeast Region spring gobbler season

only to have it nullified. t # t r + W ready opponents. points to the Game and offers an excellent opportunity -
4 Friday night, the Sum;
Running unattacheddueto Fresh Water Fish Com- to harvest our
face Columbus in a single
Fla. AtM schoolastic mission's policy of offer- wary old gobblers while

difficulties--in the Mt. *,;i = game and on Saturday, the ing Florida hunters every offering the very finest
teams will engage in a
San Antonio Relays here. doubleheader. The series opportunity to utilize sport known in turkey

Hayes ran the fastest game and fish resourcesto hunting. Our north Florida
end Sunday in a single
100-meter dash ever recorded counter. the fullest extent. con- season is deliberatelytimed

in 9.9 seconds only sistent with sound bio to open to allow
Buffalo an early season
to have the mark ignored logical principles." hunters to harvest a few
powerhouse, will face
because of an 11-miles- Commission biologist gobblers after the major
Suns in single games Mon
wind which aided Lovett Williams conducteda mating activity is complete -
day and Tuesday nights,,
,him during his QUest. The post-season spot census and to close before
will end
and the home stay <
highest official miles- of turkeys on the Lake extensive nesting begins

per-hour wind allowableis Nicholas A- Stars I In Orbit with single sessions with thereby minimizing dis-
Indianapolis on Wednesday
4.473 m.p.h. OWNER CLARENCE GRANT S S. Nicholas All-Stars losta 3b.; Jerry Robinson, Rf.; David Johnson SS; and Thursday. nights. Grambling Cager turbance to nesting hens.

Classed as the 'world's and 7-5 doubleheader to GeorgeBorrey's Curtis Johnson, 2b; Tommy ,Baxter, Lf. Standingfrom with
close Game time is as follows:
fastest human' Hayes Southside Hawks last Sunday as the left: Query Christopher, C.; Ben Coll, P.; Paces U. S.
Single games. 7:30 p.m. ;:
first brought worldwide surged into Spencer Christopher, Rf. ; Willie Hall, Cf. ; Grambling
Baseball League
Jackson GamesSAO
Clarence L. doubleheaders 6 p.m. ;: In Pan Am
attention to himself when its first month of play. However, since wins Robert Taylor, P.; William Mundell, Rf.; Murney Sundays 4 p.m.

r 4/ without benefit of prior balance losses, the St. Nicholas team expectedto Johnson, 3b.; Calvin Andersen, P. ; Willie Bell, The Suns leave next PAULO. BRAZIL (SPECIAL: SWAC Nines

4training, he tied the setback with victories in P.; Louis Jenkins 2b and Jacob Jones, P. Walter ONe of the mainstays of
erase last week's Thursday night for game; GRAMBLING, LA. (SPECIAL)
world's 100-dash record kneeling from Taylor is team manager. the U.S. basketball team
next Sunday s games. Members with Columbus and Indianapolis -. The Grambling Tigers

of 10.2 seconds in the. left are: Lawrence If.,niams, P.,: Jerry Demps, ) through Tuesday Ma] participating in the Pan- have made it abundantly

spring of 1962 during,,thi.f, American games is big
14, and will then return clear that they
I' AAU meet at U. of Miami. Miles Hampton.Heifers Willis Reed, a 6-10 235-
Kentucky Okays Integrated May 15 for an 8-day, nine- have the competitive
that was the i pound giant labeled 'the
The University of Kentucky Show Promise May Defend game home stay, facini spark that won South-
first time that Hayes was LEXINGTON Ky. -- most underrated player on
Little Rock and western Conference
to run headon into the t Athletic Association voted in favor of a proposal In Ala. Relays CIA I A CrownHAMPTON Atlanta Richmond. the American squad." titles in '61 and '62.

record-breaking Jinx whet I f to favor integregated athletic teams but Reed is a Junior from
H torInstitute's The talented Tigers
Va. amp
the mark was rejected I held off the immediate enrollment of Negro ath- MILES TN MEET' Grambling College a
Froshstuddenet 10 HallOfFamersMade moved back into
31 letes. perennian small-college
because a
officially .
squad under the quid in the SWAC race
directors said, was to insure The Golden Bears .
calibre instead of thE This latter move, basketball power.PanAmerican
standard calibre .31 I Kentucky's continued membership in the south- team participated in the ance of Coaches Herman Good As TeensNEW game observers Saturday and will likely
State Neilson and Robert Screen remain in the familiar
used. eastern Athletic Conference 17th claim that he has
starter's gun was
well defend their CIA/ anguished
Relays at Montgomery,, may the poise and confidence spot, despite
13. Conference title success YORK -- A Quick bleats from Southern
Alabama on April of professional star and
reached fully again this year. scanning of major-league a University and Jackson
And Away It GeesThere's The cindermen supposedly is yet to reach
the finals in the 100< According to the mentors, baseball records reveal his peak. State.

dash the 400 yard it won't be easy if pro that 10 Hall of Fame Jackson led the league
yard He and 6.9 Lucious Jack-
run. the 880 yard rela: gress at this point in the members became regulars of Pan American Col- briefly last week before

and the mile relay. Leon schedule is any indication, on National and American son Edinburg Texas are suffering a severe case
fPo Jones placed third in the The team is "veritably loop teams while in members of of tanglefoot in a
the biggest
century run won by Harris loaded with Freshmen, their teens. the U.S. team. series with Grambling.

of Florida with a 9. 4 Coach Screen says. Hugh! Getting their taste of Last season Reed scored The Big Blues were embarrassed -

i time. Robert William; Harrell, John M erri tt. major leagu ball before 699 points and grabbed 563 and completely

1 finished fourth in the 3ylvius Moore. John Lewis reaching maturity were: rebounds to garner spotson deflated by the defending -

: 440 yard run won by Bowen and Vernon Rainey are the i Ty Cobb, Mel Otto Rogers the Associated Press. chaapions

College. The five fierce competitor!j Hornsby Eddie Collins
of Leymone
the frosh. United Press International
880 relay team of Leon representing have gives Herb Pennock Walter and NAIA AllAmericanteams Suns Home Stand
TJ ,
: Jones. Ben Horn, Wil., evidence that their lack. Johnson, Bob Feller and starred in the
Irvin and anchored b, Jimmy Foxx, Sam Crawfordand Pan-American trials. May 3-SUNS vs Ooluabus
of seasoning might not b< 4-SUNS vs Columbus>>
'l. placed in; Babe Ruth.
Robert Williams Last summer he was one of
Q6I I the final too much determent in providing (2 mss)
the finals. In Cobb batted .320 with mo made a
,. their fair share ii I 14 U.S. cagers 5-SUNS vs Coluabus6SUNS
of the Mile Relay at 19 Ott hit
Detroit ; tour of
Jones Will Irvin, W. helping the Pirates over six-week goodwill vs Buffalo
Wil. .324 in 124-games with Latin America for the Department
Bradford and the Championship hump thi! 7-SUNS vs Buffalo
the New York Giants at of State.
Hams placed fourth. season. 8-SUNS vs Indianapolis
19. Foxx at the same from Gram
The rest of the team ha* Seven players 9-SUNS vs Indianapolis
i Champion Trophy age batted .323 in 61 bUng and an equal number
the balancing factors ol GAME TIME: Single p.n
games with the Philadelphia from Westminister CollegePa.
number one man Douglas s toubleheaders, 6 p.m.

"". I Defeats Royal Art Smith a junior; Jay Han-. Athletics. Feller, ( .) visited nine Central SUNDAYS 4 p.m.
., won 5 big league gamesat and South American
s.. < ley sophomore and Theo return hose on May 15th
18. suns
17 and 9 at
countries on the tour.
.,. In Keg DuelBy dore Pratt, the lon<

a right way to bowl, 'but these two boys haven't found it. Among 80 senior. IIEMCO WHISKY II PROOF. %GUm' NEUTRAL SPIRITS O'Hl SCHUUT(MTftlMS 00 N T E.yyfYb' .

of the Angels Home A Roman Catholic Institutionffor Doug Smith is one of five : ...,, <,., ''' ..' .v. ..y... '
from St. Mary 3* ;
youngsters *
of 284 pins. Ail
bowling party givenby a margin top ceded men in CIAA : : : : : : : V % -
ball at :
had a ;
orphaned and abandoned children. the boys a Championship Trophy defeated jj : > ;, ,, ;
Ken Kushner and Howard Eisensteln of Syosset Lanes on Long Island, and the Royal Arts 2485 to championship pairing along ; ; : .

Unconcerned about proper delivery and- with Joe Williams, North way Springtime. Spareribs.. and Schenley
American Machine & Foundry Company. 2201 Sunday afternoon in a ..
the ball would knock down Carolina College; Henry
the right way to bowl, they Just worried whether three-games match play at
soda Boyer of J. C. Smith; Cha- ,
the hot dogs, hamburgers v .
any pins, and if they could get seconds on Continental Bowling Lanes.T. 'h. 'A"' '
*' : .
Salem "
roes Brown Winston ; ,;.irif and ice cream provided by AMP and Syosset Lanes. Logan was high mac : "y' '
and Thomas Queen of Morgan J. >
with total of 559 pins f
,Bit by bit. .*every State. ,
the winners while team
Utter bit hurts Smith and John Lewis are
WHEN YOU ARE ILL Capt.' L. Nealy led the
undefeated in CIAA con- 1
osers with 520 points.In a
KEEP AMERICA. ference play, the only 1 z
You Seek The Best Doctor BEAUTIFULI the Ham Shoot Miss recognized tennis titles
.. Vivian Newman had a high s. ,
Doctor Prescribes col-
When Your for CIAA membership
Clowi if 91 and Paul Collins was j
Get Experienced: pharmacists leges. qY

..According to Your Doctor's 12 61 84' a winner with 93 points. In the home stretch .

Orders. We use only The 30 785 69 Championship Trophy during the latter part ,of

Dr. C. E. Black Best Quality Drugs Pruitt . . .445r. April, Hampton Institute

Proprietor' 5 k 6 Logan. ... .. . .559 boasted a 4-2 conference .r

3 REGISTERED PHARMACISTS. TO SERVE YOU 1A 1 8 :. Wingate (Capt.). .507 record and a 6-5 overall

Lindsey........... 481 Non-conference games have
R_ Everett.. ........ .493 included West Virginia
Cosmetics Rubber Goods Candies Sundries 28 16 45 W Ml
State, Springfield College -
PRESCRIPTIONS CALLED FOR AND DELIVERED 517 72 948Lilly's Total 2485 Rensselaer Polytechnic -

Sometimes he's upSoaetiBes : Royal Arts InstituteColgate University -

he's down i:!:. Brown.. ...... .... 488

Drug Store He adds, subtractsHe ail. Hall... .. ... .. eo..469 and Fort

1 works it all around ;>. Jons...............469 Hampton Institute third r ;

Cooiig Attractions L. Nealey (Capt.).... 520 I striving tc gain its

. .455. consecutive conference
Hicks u -
1907 RINGS KIAB EL 3-8276 t. title since 1961. piax
18 31e l
Total 2201 1 hnIeijr

r Some Timely Advice IcL i.:

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Bring right and the you'll picture be of given Mr. $1.25 Moreland reduction shown off at SUNS 0U'l'PIELDEKS--Ton7/"J t ; Washington, : .iJ(right I ) who .s ch enl Ieq ...the life of your party!

every Tire you purchase.Merelud. .e broke his batting Jinx starting to hit regularly I

Tire C. I on the recent road trip, gives fellow garden ,

Bate Bill Williams who ha* yet to bat effectively Springtime...Sparexib*...and Schenley are delightful ways to make any party

3483 Myrtle Ail. at 24th EL 4-9451. I a few pointers on bow his unlucky streak come 'alive Precious few things can quicken appetites like the oytfooai

c. was broken. The Suns entertain Columbus Buffalo and barbecue. aromas.And how the happy flavor of Schenley adds to the

The. Most Modern Recapping Equipment f and Indianapolis here Friday. night through next i pleasure I Remember,Serve Sociable Schenley-and put life in your priyl

I Thursday. night.
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-, Minister JWJ Observes Little- ,Admirals" Launch Dual Purpose Event DA Senior Plan 3 Act Drama

*WHO KILLED AUNT CARO- Edith Bartley as Cicely
Visits Nat'I
GJC Library WeekThe "
LINE? a sparkling mys Endicott; Rubell Brinson

ST. PETERSBURG -- The observance of tery-comedy in 3 acts by as Miss Mabbitt; Janice

Rev. Samuel Nesbitt a National Library Week was Grant Richards will be Way as Una Hagaman;

high ranking official in held April 21-27 at James e ki presented by the Senior Dorothy Smith as Hiss Mc-
the church of God in Class of Douglas Anderson
Weldon Johnson Dr. H. f Lain; Patricia King as
Christ., paid a visit to James Greene principal, i High School in the Agnes Endicott; Elathel
Gibbs Junior College re- school's gymtorium
announced. on Jenkins as Beryl Ftodioott;

cently.; 'f .- The Librarians Mrs. Monday.May 20. at 7:45 p.m. Sandra Thomas as Miss
Tb"e..Re: v :'Nesbitt' ::Re... Gloria S. Bruce and Mrs. The play concerns a Caroline Endicott; Johfiaie

1 i giouVEdtf eat"'ion.'Director Dorothy M. Williams were stingy rich old lady Baldwin as David Thompson;
and"President of:tfie"Youth:''in charge of activities.The who dies as she is aboutto Forest Seals as Dan Dono-

Departmen t:tor'the Western observance and activIties disinherit the rightful van; Claude Holland as

PL\brida.: :Churches 0 fChrl held were learn- 1s heirs to her fortune. The Lieutenant Clayton; and

|t,,.. visitedGibbs: ing experiences and enter- plot of the drama Is built Clarence Anderson as

Junta)' College: in theint'eresf' tainment for the students.The around trying to find out Rica Endicott. The stu-

.,of' a proposed national theme was "Who Killed Aunt Caro- dent director and stage

concert to be given by; the "Reading-the fifth. line?" manager is Debts Seals.

College Choir. He invited freedom-enjoy it. y F DA has established al STRAND

the sun coast musical aggregation Monday during the morning reputation for having

to come tc devotion, the purpose of good plays and the Seniorsare Doable Feature
Jacksonville May 10 to National Library Week was working hard to make

help raise funds for the given by Mrs. G.S. Bruce. sure that they maintain STARTING SBNBAY

churches' educational On Tuesday Book Reviews this respect. The affairis

coffers. The 40 voice were given by two. faculty a joint effort of the "BEST AMERICAN FILM OF 1962"

group will sing that members. Books reviewedwere CREWMEN OP THE U. S. S. Aircraft Carrier Roosevelt--known as the "LITTLE ADMIRALS" --gathered at English department.

night in the Civic Auditorium The Night They Buster Ford's last Saturday night with their wives and sweethearts to festively celebrate a dual Tickets are now on sale DAVi f

. with the proceeds Burned the Mountain by purpose welcome home and changing the "first Impression of a sailor" party. Officers of the new admission adults $1.00.

less expenses going Thomas. Dooley M.D., organization are; S. W. Gray (center) S. W. Scott, (extreme left foreground), vice president; F. students $50. SLiSftM I"A11

toward scholarship aid Clarence Von Bostic. reviewer Murphy, secretary treasurer, seated right foreground. The club plans to hold regular meetings and Members of the cast are: ._,. .
M M -- "
for college students. and Booker T. will include civic activities in their public service programs. (Royal Art Photo by C. J. Simon) Delores Bryant as Mrs.
Accompaning him to St. Washington by Shirley Eleanor Endicott; Mary aid -

Petersburg was the Rev. Graham. Mrs Louise Guin- Glenn Hope
David L. Drummond of yard, reviewer. Outstanding Churchwomen Cited I qhaites
Philadelphia Pa. He is Wednesday morning at the Dragons Engage URBAN LEAGUEJob Ford) ) lange B oorI

pastor of the Bethel devotional period. Mrs. D. .
Tabernacle Church of God In Several ProjectsThe w loVe Is <<1
M. Williams gave "The OpportunitiesFurther .
in Christ there. Role of the Library in I B ali I
1963 Debating Team of
G. the School." A library information on i U."Wi ,wnIt1 i
Anderson Jr.-Sr.
Douglas i
book browsing activity was the Jax Urban League'sjob
:High School journeyed to ROOSEVELTStarting
Slates ObservancePastorial scheduled on recently pro- listings may be secured -
cessed books. :Matthew W. Gilbert recently at the office 101E. 4

Day will be On Thursday, the same to engage in Duval Union St. or by
observed Sunday at Churchof activity held Wednesday County's first competitive calling the office ELgin Sub

Christ Written in continued.The non-decision interscholastic 6-4292.
Heaven. 1434 Kings Rd. of culminating activity debate against the Office hours 9 a.m. until "The

which Bishop G BlakelyIs was held on Friday with mighty "Panthers" The 5 p.m. Mondays through REPORT"
pastor. Mrs. Waltee M. McRae. topic discussed was, "Let Fridays.

The observance will be- Librarian at Susie E. resolve that teenage Unfilled vacancies:

gin with Sunday School at Tolbert School, as. guest I marriage does stand a Marine equipment inspec- and -

10 a m with Mrs. Emmerin speaker during the morning chance during this nuclearage. tor
Wild Bill Elliot"KING
charge assisted by devotion. ." Team members representing Engineer

teachers.Bishop Blakely will deliver Wharton DA Alfredia were: Thompson Sarah- Physicist Metallurgist ... i II ._ ,

AUTO FOUNDA Kathleen Mosley, .. a ---
the sermon at the TAG ChemistIBM OF
De and P '
Barbara Veaux '
morning service during 1963 Florida Duval Wright. Other Clerk ); :.; >.
which Board No. 1 and auto tag has been found ,InspectorStenographers DODGE CITY"SKYVIEW
Debating Club members are: FOR COMMUNITY SERVICE---Registered nurses Mrs. Altamese Roberts
Choir No. 1 will be in and will be returned to GS-3 and
attendance. Mrs. Dorothea the owner if its serial Elathel Jenkins.Williams.Lynn GS-4 (left), x-ray technician at Brewster Hospital, and Mrs. Joyce Gil-

Blakely will provide the number is described. Johnson, Beverly Claude Holland Laundry washer operator bert,technical surgery nurse at Brewster, were honored by officialsand

music. Persons may call Brenda Janice, Roger Way Hayes. Maurice Administrative personnel members at St. Stephen AME Church for dedicated service to the Your Drive i la

The YPCW will be held at McCord. ELgin 48740.There's Audrey Jackson. officer community during evening service climaxing annual Men's Day obser-

6 p.m. Jones Flora'Smith. Marva Taylor Apprentice ProgramIndustrial vance Sunday, April 28th. Presented with handsomely enscribed Starting Suva

Relations placques, the honorees are flanking Rev. J. S. Johnson (center)

NO CHARGETo .and The Mary club is Edith sponsored Bartley.byC. representativeEngineering pastor; Johnson O'Neal (right) Steward board chairman, and JamesS. Tony Curtis

aide Genwright (left), Trustee Board chairman.
Put News Or Pictures Lenwood Lee. ,Ic'TARAS
Meat cutter (Royal Art Studio Photo)
The Language Arts depart-
In the Florida Star ment of DA sponsored a Instrument mechanic -

a Send or Bring Your "Field Trip" recently. Teaching St. Paul Lutheran Sunday Meeting Planned ISLUBA'aIII

*. Social or Church News 40 students left the Fourth Mate (Maritime -
.Q To: Florida Star Southside school to see, service) Communion The Nightingale Savings Club will hold their

MoncriefRd.Cor.13th "My Fair Lady" at the Holy Communion will be regular meeting Sunday, May 7 at 8 p.m. in the Mantan Msrelaid

2323 civic auditorium. Sponsoring Mrs. E. Watkins celebrated Sunday at St. home of Mrs. Myrtle Samuel 1327 W. 22nd St.

Before 5 p.m. TuesdaysI members of the department Paul Lutheran Church Matters of utmost importance will be discussedand II'LUCKY

you want photos made were: Miss M. Announces Women's 2730 W. Fdgewood Ave. all members are urged to attend. Mrs. Maggie

of your affair, call F.T. Reed. V. with Floyd T. McAdoo as Mason will be co hostess. GHOST'I
El 4-6782 at least 2 Turner. Day Activity celebrant. I I
E. King. R.L. Taylor andC.
days in advance. There'sa chairman. Services begin with the Top PerformerCURTAIN
Lenwood Lee Officers and committeesfor Motley EnterpriSes
small charge for mak- is Sunday School at 9:30 am
Chester R. Cowart St. Matthew BaptistChurch's
ing pictures. with William A. Jones
CALL for the
principal annual Women'sDay
scheduledfor Sunday School SUperintendent annual Gretel and Ger-

observance Sunday June 23, it in charge. The tie Talent School's ED6EWOOD
: EDGEW00 0 lesson study is, 'Dorcas annual extravangza is
IIft was announced by Mrs. & CLEVELAND ROAD
and Lydia. Classes for
Emma Watkins. general slated for Friday
nge all will be in session -
3rd and
PRESENTS.- airman night, May a- PO 5.9494
Committee chairmen are: Bong the array of all- v.r

Gene Whit..... the 0 an Mrs. Annie M. Robinson. will The be 11:00 conducted a.m service by the star youth featuringthe MONCRIEF ROAD
Mrs. Thelma Nixon co event be multitalented
McAdoo who will
chairman: Mrs. Daisy B. Reginald STREETPO
the subject 4 45th
speak on ,
Kelsey, Sunday School (Reggie) Baucom, son
"A Little While And Ye
superintendent; Mrs. of Mrs. Beatrice 5.9281
Shall See Me. The
Bernard Simms. ads and Williams Baucom of
sponsors; Mrs. E. Levy, senior choir will serve. 1344 Madison St. Nearly Armour Star Meat Sale
The public is invited to
co chairman; Mrs. Pearl. four years of age.
attend all services at You
Taste Before Buy
Holmes, finance; Mrs. '
Ethel Wright, decorations;
Saturday, the Junior
} Mrs E. Holzendorf. 741)% W. Ashl ey-Ja,Fla. $2 19
riii Confirmation meets at
publicity.Mrs For Reservations, Calla .
10:00 a.m. followed by
Smithie Pylesmusic; 5-4025 Chitterlings
the Boy Scout Troop at 10 ,Us.
Mrs. A Shipp, co chairmanMrs
E Watkins. contact; 11:00 a.o.Sunday ROOMSFurnished FOR RENT .
the Walt her Lea-
Mrs M. Polite. F.. Edwards 475
meets to make plans
i' Jennie Elbert. A. Byrd. West 19th Street 290
for the 71st Anniversaryof HAM
co chairmen; Mrs. E. The International Phone 356-8301 ..
.Wright, tags, and Mrs. L.
I Walther League to be held MAIDSTo
Phillip deaconnesses. NEW YORK
on the Third Sunday in Ik-Jobs Waiting
Youth department; Mrs. A. $65
Mack. Mrs. E. Levy. Mrs. May at 11:00 a.m.Monday Tickets Sent-M&M Agcy.
and TV Artist the Church Coun- 99CGRADE
Club ,
Talented Stage, B. Elliott. Mrs. JohnnieM. cil meets at 8:00 p.m. 210 Post Ave Westbury NY 516s.

Taylor Mrs. E. Holzen-
and stirring
sounds.-.soulful choir rehearsalat
playing new Tuesday
dolf Mrs. Virginia Sams. APARTMENT FOR RENT 'A'FRYERS
7:30 and Thursday
ENTERTAINING NITELY Mrs Julia Reed. Mrs. p.m. 1 Ra Garage Apt With
all Sunday SchoolTeachers
Lottie Copeland and Mrs. Kitchenette and ShowerBathMoredesirable 24C

J.* Sarah Pierce. will meet. for ..
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