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 11, 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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IS President Kennedy Urged To Deny Funds

...-4i For St. Augustine Ouadricentennial

i s 13-NO. 6 SATURDAY MAY 11, 1963 15 CENTS * * * NAACP Reports

3 L1!! JGRO GOLFERS FILE (/ il:: Brutality In Birninham St.Segregation Augustine

ST. AUGUSTINE -- Deploring -

:i6"i.. .' maintainance of

." >,,. racial segregation in

CONTEMPT CHARGES s violation of the U.S.

rIf' j Constitution despite

I __ J2 +" k-L Supreme Court rulings In
City Golf Civil TurNs DOWN * * * 'I.. i ( the opposite effect, the

local Branch of the NAACP
I Grade A. Year Integration has
forwarded letters of
HMjrtM Ivrris
Awlicitioiis protest to President

Negro plaintiffs filed Judge- Simpson- has set Seen Hindering Education Kennedy and other top

suit last Saturday asking May 15 at 2 p.m. as time government officials

Federal Judge Bryan Simp- for the hearing.The Widespread disappointment over the U. S. urging that a federal

son te hold owner-manager plaintiffs are being District Court's approval of Duval Coun- grant of 350.000: be

*Pred Ghioto in contemptfor represented by Atty. ty's public school integration plan was denied local officials now

failure to process Leander J. Shaw Jr. expressed Thursday by parents of thecounty's in Washington seeking

membership applicationsthus In a late developmentthis Negro school children here. funds for this OOMUBI t1' squadricentennial

denying them use of week 'Hampton and U.S. District Court Judge celebra-

facilities at Hyde Park Burrus were notified that Bryan Simpson Wednesday ,gro vocational schools tion preparations.The .

Golf and Country Club. their applications for approved the plan out- offer a mere twelve.A protest letter

The plaintiffs Frank membership had been lined by, the School Board recent meeting of Negro states that this cityIs

Hampton and James Rurris turned down by the dun. calling for a grade-a-year school principals with a still maintaining an

claim that on Jan. 18. The leter follows: integration plan startingwith top Board of Public Instruction iron grip of racial

they applied for membership the first grades next official ended s segregation In such
Mr. Hampton:
>> at Hyde Park Golf and fall and adding one with the principals fail- public facilities as
application for
Country Club and paid $75 additional grade each Ing to acquire suitable public schools, chain
membership in this club
membership fees. year. answers to their pertinent store lunch counters
has been given careful
The fee. plaintiffs contend consideration by our mem- Among the many inequities questions covering testingof public restrooms, city

would permit them to bership committee. Since pointed out was the fact first grade pupils and county employmentand

use all facilities at the that while Negro elementary and other relative matter.It during January: 1st
the committee did not
club including the club- schools will remain is reported that the of this year, refused
favorably recommend you
house'and swimming pool. apparently. unaffected, official merely passed ,. Negroes a permit to
Itr becomes-my duty, under '
Since they paid their serious-problems still ro-wid.'te stlnVfo rm s wTd parade throw the downtown -
the By-Laws to advise .
membership fees they exist in the areas of left the meeting. V \ g.Mu streets.
that you are not eligiblefor
state that four months Negro Junior and Senior Negro parents are also The letter further
membership. Accordingly -
have passed and they reported ,your deposit of $75.00 high schools namely: deeply concerned with the points out that attempts
that Ghioto has Negro students from out- fact that Duval's court by local Negro leaders
is herewith refunded.
informed them that they lying.areas such as Jack- approved "stairstep"integration and citizens to arrange
"Of course you are
may use the course upon sonville Beach; Baldwin, plan will con- # meetings with city officials -
still eligible as a mem-
payment of only said green Westconnet and New Berlin sume 12-long years before -- --- ---- have been
ber of the public at An unidentified woman Is
forcibly subdued
fees but cannot use any of'' ride 40-miles daily in the local system is fully by police officers May 6th after Ignored so that setting
large to play the golf she refused to be taken into
custody peacefully. At least
the other facilities.The school buses to attend integrated however, a 870 people, includ- up of a biracial committee -
course upon payment of hundreds of school children led
by Negro comedian Dick
golfers are also requesting city schools while bypassing glimmering ray of hope remains Gregory, were arrested might be organized -
that the federal prevailing greens fee. white schools in with U.S. District during the day, in the biggest civil rights demonstration the South has ever to affect a

court hold Ghioto in co .- Denial of your applica- their respective areas. Judge Bryan Simpson's reservations seen. They Joined hundreds of fellow demonstrators already Jailed in Birm- solution to existing
tion simply prohibitsyour
ingham civil rights
tempt and further urge use of those facili- Elementary schools in the involving the protests. (SEE PHOTO-STORY ON PAGE 7) problEms.

that the owner-manager of ties reserved to members. above named area do not rate of speed underwhichfull Death Claims Bias Units Face Following the recent

the course be restrained 'Your consideration and possess physical education schoolintegrationwill C Y t visit of Vice President

from charging Negro applicants interest are appreciated. music art, home economic be accomplished here. Dan Joyner TAMPA---Atteopts last year by the State Branchesof Johnson and his official -

more than $37.50 for plants nor science labra- the National Association for the Advancementof party to this

half-year memberships and Yours very truly tories Industrial art Construction Of Colored People, urging Florida National Guard city, the letter goes on
to also require Ghioto to HYDE PARK GOP AND COUNTRY] ,rd officials to
OIJB. INC. and homemaking facilitiesand drop racial restrictions in recruiting to say that a George

pay costs of the contempt are annually deprivedof were silently Ignored, but a statement Reedy, Mr. Sinclair and
'red Ghioto, President Wilder/ Branch
hearing. securing these most released recently by MaJ. Gen. Henry W. McMillan Scotty Peek representing -

important training .- -. =. speaging members of the National Guard Association U. S. Senator George
Stittri Mill's I stabbing took place when cour ses. last Saturday revealed that the units Smathers made com-
the deceased attempted to While the white Library Okayed'Star face
voca- may reducations unless enlistments pick up. mitments for meetings -

loll, Foundly ;protect Miss Dorothy E. tional schools offer 22- Gen. McMillan told his listeners, "Our roster but the men and

Sumpter (of the same West .'course training areas Ne- And Citizens has dropped more than 200 men since last year City Commission failed
Fought For LibraryThe
PolicoERNESTINE 15th address) during an
at this time.
to meet with a Negro
.. City
.. : ...-:--,, I argument with the suspect. last Tuesday approved RED'DAN JOYNER "Right now, we have only 6,900 men of a delegation the day following -

I r' 1., 7, 500 quota." Mr. Johnsorfs
NAACP Silks Hits construction of the
I .. new Wilder Park Library Final rites for Red" Continuing that the second major problem is visit.

\ '. Court H'lrill RICI Attitvdfs i branch--a project for Dan Joyner, well known the recruiting men of officer calibre Gen. Further coma eating,the

which the FLORIDA STAR sportsman and AshleySt. McMillan urged unit Goosanders: to make efforts to letter charges that

'*t'. MIAMI in a bristling figure who' died sign up men for the officer candidate program. since St. Augustine is
campaigned vigorous-
OH ..
All. Dade's "do-
OistirMONTGOMERY. attack on -- -
suddenly Tuesday after-
I the nation a oldest
nothing'churches, the ly.The commissioners noon while apparently Sigis ProposedFor rive negroes city, the petitioners

ALA. The Rt. Rev. James L. Duncan
authorized purchase recovering from a recent Okayed To feel that democracy

HALL National Association forth of the South Florida of the land for illness in his Integrated should have "its inception -

Checking an anonymous e Advancement of Episcopal Diocese chas- $111.750 after studyingfor 1307 West 33rd St. Ester Duke U.DURHAM. here" ..bat

call to the Sheriff's office Colored People has again tened church members who several weeks residence, will be held Public Facilities N.c. The color ironically, it is act
called Federal give to help Negroes -
Wednesday at 9:30 upon a money whether to spend that Monday at 4 p.m. in bar was lowered at one of being practiced as
p.B., Patrolmen P.B. court to take steps toward in Africa but not ,
Geer amount for the property St. Paul AME church. TALLAHASSEE!: Forces for the nation's wealthiestand late as 1998.
dissolution of those next door here at
and Claude Bryant found an injunction between 13th and 14th Born in Glynn: County, continuance of racial segregation most famous universities It was also acted that
originally Issued in ,.h ome.
the body of C.J. Hall. 31. Myrtle Ave. Ga.', Mr. Joyner had in Florida have May 3 when Duke two vacancies still
1956 by state court Speaking before the May on
a ,
of 1527 W. 45th St. lying
will be recalled resided in Jackson- proposed a bill which University announced that exist OB the Qaadrl-
all NAACP luncheon of the It
by the roadside banning activity Fellowship
on 45th addition to ville for some 45 years. would publicly display it would accept five Negroes centennial committee
that in
Street. within the state. United Church Women at
series of He was a loyal member facilities serving Negro into its freshman and that one of the
,The victim The NAACP plea is set Miami Springs Villas Playhouse running a
was said to the of St. Paul AME Church, and white patrons.The class next fall. two ambers aold be a
have been stabbed once in forth in a memorandum Bishop Duncan told pictures showing
Maceo Lodge No. 3 measure Introducedby Although names of the Negroes Negro, since history
condition of
the chest filed April 22 in the his audience--of the 450
in the
FLORIDA STAR 'I.B. P.O.K. of W. and Sens. Clayton Maypoles, were withheld the itself shows that
United States District 75 were Negroes Library
-' women Milton, and G.T. Melton said that the
the college
Past Exalted la-
'it'. Court here in of that the Christian church Publisher Eric 0. Negroes played: an
1ItJ.\ support Rulers Council.Mr. Lake City, would have group Included a boy and role la the
fall in this Simpson, led a delegation portant
an Association motion for will rise or
i I Joyner was the, foot-square signs girl from Durham a boy of the oity.
a hearing on the merits generation on the race of citizens to development
{) displayed
proprietor of several from Greensboro, a girl branch urged
using of The local
protest any
of the seven-year-old question.He
t grocery and confectionery in capital letters placed from Winston-Salem and a
ouster orde told his audience who the es that had' again that st.A..iimml.
:;; ; most been allotted for that operations In 'prominently at Florida girl from Suater. S.C. prove to the COMMA!sts
The move to return to represented pro-
the city.He hotels, motels and eating Newsmen, however learned world
branch for other and the entire
Federal courts followed a testant denominations
4 leaves serving Negroes and
to mourn: places that the students from
ruling last Feb. 28 of they have failed to take purposes. that America s oldestcity
Mrs. Estella Joyner whites. Durham were Mary Mitchell, "true
became a
the Court of the pronouncements on race Mayor Haydon: Burns can
3 Supreme widow The bill also adds that
city; daughter, top student in a Hillside democracy."
their denominations"back said the commissioners showcase of
Alabama affirming the by
Mrs. Dannette DePriest, If the business place hasa School Class of 208 and AddreftfteeLlst
lower court to the local church approved the purchase Impressive
C.J. HALL injunctive Chicago Ill.; foster- neon aien.integrated" Nathan B. White Jr., fifth to President -
and to literally sit down because it was recom- In addition
decree "without
a con- dis
would be slmarlly
of the heart. daughter, Mrs. House in the class.
and discuss mended by the library l.aedJtke protest
sideration the our
Detectives R. W. McBride played.
County city; Robert Both Miss Mitchell and also
of the case." The' Alabama win over our congregations board of trustees and letters were
Booker and Richard Elian Moore
brother, Glynn White are National Honor
that high court refused to to the feeling of the citizens advisory A H At'uis forwarded to
said a woman suspect, County Ga.; numerous Society students and attended Lyndon
Srnestlne Hall, no rela- consider the case on its the oneness of Christ." m.u ttee. The purchase"will other relatives. of Little Value Unless the Durham Science Vice Prudent

tjon to the victim was merits because of alleged Concluding that it is not upgrade the Whittington Funeral it Can Print the News Fair for advanced Job eaur,Att7. Oen.Babert

aken Into custody.It technical inadequacies in going to be a popular neighborhood It Burns Home is In charge. As It Sees It. students. lenneuIM *

is believed that the the NAACP brief. movement in the church. said.

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Published by the Florida Star Publishing Co. i; 0 .

Member of Associated Negro Press ;' : BY ERIC 0. SIMPSON :


.'Y.'2 ERIC. Q. SIKPS8N...............MM2f II Editor IL 4; Lfr.\\ $ 4 URGES PASSAGE OF

..t.f; ALYSOM, E. WISE................News Editor

JILJA! weSTEN....................CifctlatiH Manger EDUCATION IMPROVEMENT ACT
WASHINGTON. D. C.Secretary of Labor W.

Willard Wirtz. in testimony prepared for
MAIN OFFICE & PLANT J" r5cr .Xt delivery before the Senate Subcommittee on
Education said that "unless and until the

2323 MoicriBf' Road.....F.OM. ELfii 4-6782- .,. ,- educational system in this country is
'.:. ," strengthened two danger spots that have
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shown in
already up our manpower situation
:! 'If J";
HAILING are going to get worse.' He cited. .. ABBRESS:
the concentration of unemployment aM001r unskilled -

P. 0. Box 561, Jacksonville 1, Florida workers, and the imminent shortageof

Y personnel in a good many skilled, pro- I
VV SUBSCRIPTION RATES fessional, semiprofessional. and technical

:'.: '. One Year. $6.00 Half Year $4.00 occupations.
Mailed to You Anywhere in the United States ) *.In conjunction with his testimony in sup-

Subscription Payable in Advance port of the National Education ImprovementAct
Send Check or Money order to: r i r Secretary Wirtz released Manpower
FLORIDA STAR P.O. BOX 561 Bulletin No.3, produced by the

.- ; .' '. Jacksonville 1. Florida Labor Department's Office of

Manpower, Automation, and
:School I Training-- Young Workers: Their
:< lnUf ration II. Special Training Needs," whichhe
characterized as a good indication -
Is Far From
Satisfactory of the magnitude of

.;,/Approval of the 'freedom-of-choice the problem.The .
".school. .integration plan for Duval County 1 b Secretary pointed out in
by the U. S. District Court is being received his testimony that many of our "

by Negro leaders here with mixed STRUCK AGAIN IN ALABAMA, FOR ALL THE WORLD TO SEE, MR. PRESIDENT young people do not have the SIMPSON
emotions. resources to obtain the kind of education

-.* Naturally, there is some little satisfaction demanded by automation and tech-
., II- _ space age
for the' fact that a step toward nology, and he noted that in 1961 approximately -

,equal education has been made. But it is 12 million youngsters were in

,altogether too paltry a step. It is like Your I families whose total money income was less ,
giving a, man the crust of a slice of : i-. ; '- .. than 3000.
bread when, what he actually needs, is a He warned that the more than 5% millionnew

loaf of bread. young workers who will not be going to .\

The plan which calls for integrating one : Guide college in the next three years (1963-65)) ;('

grade per year, until all 12 grades in Horoscope i "will present one of the most difficultand

the local system are integrated is pressing manpower problems this Nation

miserably, torturingly slow. Obviously, has ever faced." !

it would take 12 years to acquire com- ly PABLO The ASTROLOGER : The problem is twofold: To seek ways and 'I

plete integration, if the plan continues means of stimulating the economy to provide \

at, that pace. I more jobs, and to prepare our young workers \
-19 begin, with,. the grade-a-year inte-. I DAYS FOR I for the more highly skilled jobs requiredby

gration plan will not give relief where our modern, technological economy.

the most painful problems exist for nine BUSINESS I LOVE TRAVEL, 4 This unprecedented number of noncollegebound
'' - - young persons seeking employment is
to 'twelve years. There is no great problem -

where as far as the elementary schoolsare ARIES Even if you have navi- Should you be torn by -- expected to consist of nearly 3% million

concerned. The real problems are in Born March 21st thru gated safely through sentiment on the one hand Everything points to the youths with a high school education and approximately -

the junior and senior high schools. We April 19thIt troubled waters during and material considera- advantage of the conserva 2 million school dropouts. Altogether ,

have a situation where Negro high school the first quarter it tions on the other you tive policies the best these young jobseekers will account -
students are carted all the way from Jack- will not be any easier does not mean that there must determine for yourself tools which Capricornianscan for 3 out of every 4 new labor force
sonville Beach to Douglas Anderson Schoolon for you to check the urges are no additional and which is the choiceto find to carve out entrants during the 1963-65 period. !
which are their niche in the world
constantly prodding dangerous reefs lying The Secretary presented random samplingsfrom
the southside when there are other make to insure lasting
schools closer to the beach. Must we wait you to abandon yourself ahead. You may be under happiness. Acquaintanceswho The dashing and impulsiveways the Manpower Bulletin as "dangersignals'
to the pastimes that which work so well '
nine to twelve years to remedy this? constraint to pay and may be urging you to : ,
are abundant the
in of people
What about the vocational schools? White besides thrills pay stripping your assetsto adopt'the more selfish attitude fcr some In 1962 13 percent of youths between the "
personal and mone- the bone. It is only from the more flamboyant ages of 14 and 19 were unemployed. In
vocational schools offer training in 20 are not always the-
tary risks. Mother's could only lead
Day by refusing to alter your signs you trast the unemployment rate for
areas whereas Negroes c an receive training (12th) should be a happy best-counselors. You are into sharp reverses and con'I'I
'in only' 12 fields--mostly in service time for everyone on the conservative practices apt' to respond more financial difficulties. over 25 was between 4 and 5 percent. j
trades. and by turning down unreasonable readily to the dictatesof persons under 25 represented over one-third ,
as wejl as receiving Establish the methods
requests, even and affection. of the unemployed yet less than onefifthof
This plan is far from being satisfactory.We end especiallywhen loyalty that you are going to ;
note, too, that school officials generous gestures are in the name of friendship. (12th) As this is also stand by as they show pro- the labor force.In .

have done some changing of the school backed by affectionate that you can protect yourself Mother's Day it seems mise of working out (12th) October of 1962 365,000 youngstersaged

boundaries which determine the school a rather than dutiful entirely. Whetheryou quite certain that those This being also Mother'sDay 14 through 19 were not in school and

child living in an area should attend.It motives. Should you haveno are the center of attraction who are the center of attraction it seems a foregone looking for work. Another 200.000 young men

is an obvious job of jerrymandering' one of your own to re- or the one who Is are not likelyto conclusion that a wonder- in this same age bracket were not attending ,
in an attempt to keep Negroes out of member think of an old responsible for Mother'sDay be in the least disap- ful time will be had. school and were not looking for work. ,

white schools. and is not an indication friend who would welcome be rewarded.festivities you will pointed. 9-10-44-14-73-814 In 1963 1.5 million non-college bound I I:

of good intentions. some sign of care and 1-40 youngsters--both graduates and dropouts-- '
Like .the exploited peon who accepts the thoughtfulness. 240331975243LFO will enter the labor market; in 1964 1.9 \

crust of bread grudgingly, in silent 5-80-22-14-65-582 million; in 1965 2.2 million.

protest, this crust of school integra- SCORPIO AOUARIUS The number of youngsters in the labor

tion is accepted similarly. The exploited TAURUS Born July 23rd thru Born Nov.Oct. 24th 22nd thru AQUARIUSBorn force--in or out of school and holding or

peon will be back for more because Born April 20th thruM Aug. 22nd seeking full or part-time jobs--will increase -
Jan. 20th thru nationally by 54 percent from 1960
that crust of bread will not suf- .Y 20thIt
You are fairmlnded as a There no doubt is a tug Feb. 18thAs
to 1965 from 5 million to 7.7 million.
fice. ...And, so, it can be expected that may be asking too much rule and may realize in of war going on between '
in the too distant future legal Of the approximately 12 million full- j,
none if you insist on the con- your more serene moments partners or commercial
previously Indicated, time students enrolled in public secondary
action will be instituted to bring about
tinuance of a tolerant and
that you may seem brusqueand rivals to obtain new
crises to and
are come
schools in 1960 only 1.7 million were enrolled -
'a speeding up of the integration plan.Motto's patient attitude in the exacting to those with business or the best of with vexing regularity. ,
go in vocational classes; more than
; : face of what you may consider whan you have personal end authority. It may be to Two rather serious and
half of these in home economics courses.
Day Ccltbratioii to be unbearable
business dealings. Your your advantage to cede the problematic ones may test
About 95 percent of 17-year-old juvenile
provocation either at Intentions be when posi-
may noble privilege your your ability to withstandthe
A Rtmindtr Of Creation home or in your pro- and your heart warm, but tion is weak in order to major blow that is delinquents are not attending school, while
... : r fessional world.You shouldbe people cannot always dis- gain time until yourch.ftcpe due during the following 85 percent of the 16-year-olds, and 50 per-

The advent of .Mother s Day each year particularly on the cover these facts when you have consi e?nhl* Quarter. Your home and cent of the 15-year-old delinquents are

gives to most of us a feeling of good alert and in full masteryof hide them behind a gruff improved. The odds certainly those who inhabit it not in school.
.fortune and a deep sense. of gratitude because yourself. A chance to exterior. Mother's Day is seem against you. should be fully protected Only one of every ten teenagers now growing .

our' mothers are yet with us to probe deeply within yourself Just made to order for This should not be chal- :against any and all up in rural areas will find. farm Jobs

hare .in a celebration .specifically their and to mine some of Leos who usually are lenged unless you are ] hazards including con- when they are ready to enter the labor

own. the great inner power that strong in their attach- aware of the consequences :flagrations. Whether you market.In .

There are others of us, however, to whom is to be found there ments to the family and Mother's Day gives ani I are the giver or the receiving 1961 one-half of all males were married

the coming of Mother's Day means only should be thoroughly ex- all those who have claimto opening to all who are involved ( honor you will before age 23. one-half of all famales before -

sadness; a punctuating of the memory and ploited. This Mother's Day their affections. ia one way or ,also find this Mother's age 20.According .
the great sense of loss which we carry celebration promises to bea 7-60-88-13-98-768 another to show themselves ]Day most inspiring and to the preliminary findings of a

with us each day throughout: the year. greater success than at their best {agreeable. 1962 survey by the Department of Labor

Mothers are not immortal.But can we deny most of those that have' VIRGO 6-70-22-14-92-672 7-20-66-14-47-726 less than a fifth of 700,000 establishments

: ti.8. :no.therhond''is' ? The race of man and4.the.umbillCaT preceded it. Born Aug. 23rd thru SAGITTARIUSBorn in private industry had a definite training
.. of motherhood inseparable 3-60-77-16-28-367
plan or program.
Sept. 22nd Nov. 23rd thru PISCES
; because wherever we stray we Dec. 21st The Secretary called specizl attention to

often look homeward and think of the woman GEMINIBorn The weekend that begins Born Feb. 19th thru the problems faced by non-white youth, the

--- who had borne us. We do this whetheror May 21st thru this second quarter shouldbe There seems to be a price March 20thAs children of migratory farm workers the

not Time has taken her from this life. June 21st devoted to the family and it could be a stiff tentions physically handicappedand all young people
are more apt
Mother's Day then, belongs to all of welfare to the facilitation one to uphold your Idealsor to increase rather than, who live in the Nation's rural and urban

us. If we are fortunate, come Sunday we Fven your most loyal associates of domestic chore to pursue the object of diminish, you shouldbe slum areas.Please.

can worship, walk, eat, drink, laugh with could take offense and the creation of condi- your heart's desires. Before come even more conserva- i

our mothers. if we are less fortunate, if you make free tions that insure security you make your final tive in making decisions
that distance is the with views at their decision you should consider -
only separation, we your for one and all (10th-12ttt or in your living habits. I
} can still in some way .get in touch with expense. Those who are As Mother's Day is also all the angles As long as your businessor
her, hear her voice. fond of you could be cook- eing celebrated during giving the preference to professional activities ,

To -those of us who look forward to Sunday ing up a pleasant surprise this period it would be ,the more conservative pro- are proceeding nicely, if -. / l t x
with sadness and a quickening of regret for you or someone who is an ideal moment to displaythe cedures. This also is not glowingly. be glad '
should be remembered dear to your heart. One respect and affection Mother's Day and it seems H
it again, that you are not in the a
thing seems quite certainand is due to those to be made to order for
that who
that mothers are not immortal, only moth- shoes of others who can
it is the promise that all who are participatingin
have been Reject
_erhood is. make no such claim. It isa
should be a it.A rather
Mother's celebrating
We, all of us, therefore, have reason the Insistent gnawing great source of satisfaction -
occasion. There difficult dilemma having
to give thanks come Mother Day. The most happy within yourself that is if you are one of
is a rather dismal note to do with your presentand
degree of thanks given will vary accord- -aking yon dissatisfiedwith satisfaction If you are
in intruding future earning
that persists power
ing to circumstance: some may laugh, some your present habitator one of the Piscians who
and darkening your thoughts will have to be solved before -
may ponder, others, indeed, may weep. working conditions. have been foresighted j
(13th). you can project your
But let us remember--the fortunate, the 4-50-33-18-53-453 further enough in the past to
8-30-55-19-86-835 any
reflective, the alone--that whether or 7CO881428781CAPRICORN build up savings accounts
not Time has stripped us of that One Woman and to accumulate valuable Onlyyoycan

in our lifewe shall never be separated CANCERBorn LIBRA cash or property holdings.

from the cord of motherhood. June 22nd thru Born Sept. 23rd thru Born Dec. 22nd thru 3-80-22-15-37-382 forest fires i
not so long as children are born, and July 22nd Oct. 23rd Jan. 19th prevent
children's children are born after them. .


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K s SATIIIAY. MAY 11, 10 1963 : HORIOA SIAM PIE 3'
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Weekly Programs Win Wide Approval With Program Sunday Trinity To Hour

I Seminole Club Honors Molfcws Sunday

Mother Of YearsThe Mothers will be honored

during a series of special
President Officersand
observances Sunday at
members of the Semi-
Trinity Baptist Church,
nole Culture Club are
; 4 Church aDd rival Sts. ,Rer.
sponsoring a Mother's Day
t3v C.J. Crosby, pastor, an-
: Tea on Sunday, May 12. in
noun ced.
the U.S.O. Arcade 743 W.Ashley .
Activities will begin
St. At this time
T> .--tX- with Sunday School at
they will present theClub's
9:30 a.a. with Superintendent -
"Mother of the
: W. Baanlster and
Year,Mrs. Roxie T. White."
instructors in charge.
Invitations have been extended -
During the 11 an. morning
to all clubs and
.S worship service, Rev.
friends to attend.
4 Crosby will use as his
The Program: opening
text "A Mother's De-
1 song America; Invocation;
light. The deacons wir
M .
presenting the Mistress of
conduct the devotions
': Ceremonies. Mrs. B.B.
a t
leading up to the seraon.
Vaught;, reading Mrs. DoraB.
: 1L, : iay. All choirs and usher
Anderson; solo. Master
boards will serve throu lout -
Jerome Thomas. Guest of
the day.
the Gladiola Club; Pre-
At 5:30 p.m. the special
senting 'Mother" on
Mother's Day program will
Mother's Day. Mrs. B.B.
"y' ,.'0 5., Vaught. be presented. All mothersin

attendance will be
Also, singing, audience,
given flowers and gifts.
"Faith of our Mothers" ;
The program is being arranged -
reading Miss Inez Lamb;

.; singing to ''other' by by Mrs. Agnes Taylor :

the Junior Girls from the general chairman.
K At the close of the pro-
Seminole Culture Club,
the annual Mother's
F directed by Mrs. Dora B. gram
Day banquet will be heldin
Anderson; Duet by Mother
the church basement.
and Daughter, guest of the

= { f: ik 4 Lucky Sixteen Club; ANNUAL REVIVAL

reading; Introduction of Rev. G.W. Phillips, well-

the speaker Mrs. Ethel known former minister in

Pierce; speaker Mrs. the city, and now pastorof

Bessie S. Gordon, "The New HopeBaptist Churchin

Origin of Mother's Day" Fort Lauderdale. will

1l Remarks, Past President. be the evangelist for

'- Mrs. P. G. Aarons remarks,
: PROGRAMMED to fill cultural voids facing today's youth, the 8th Period Teas ; Trinity's annual Revival

series inaugurated by Dr. H. James Green, principal, and faculty members at Dr. E.M.M. White, donorof Services which begin Monday -

James Weldon Johnson Junior High School has won wide approval from members of U.S.O. ; closing remarks night May 13 at 8 p.m

the student body. The teas are held Mondays of each week during the 8th period Mrs. C C. Williams, The public is invited.

N. president. Mrs. Doris
o ;:. = : and centers around a wellknown local speaker, chamber music--last week theschool's
Se we 11. pianist.BIRTHS.
Clarinet Quintet was featured--topic discussions and climaxing with Recital Anniversary

r the serving of a luncheon. A different group is selected each week. Last

; week's guest speaker was Mrs. Alexander. Attendees in top pix left from left Program Sunday

xt j .. were: Mrs. E. L. George, Dean of Girls; Dr. H. James Greene, principal, and
Mr. and Mrs. Walter Haws; At Central CHE
4;. .- Mrs. Beulah McCl ell an, wellknown newspaper editor. Participants in top photo
8105 Mattoi Ave. Boy.
right from left: Nathan Gadson, Herbert Greene, Charles Reddick, Keith Canty, The Board of Christian
a Mr. and Mrs. Willie B.
Fred King, Roosevelt Simmons, Linda Beckwith, Cassandra Austin, Richardean Education of Central CME
Evans; 1118 Franklin St. ;
e Oliver, Mrs. Harrison and Mr. Adams. Bottom' pix left from left: Faculty members Church, has completed

< 1; Mr. Adams, Mr. Davis, Mrs. Wooden, Mrs. Blackshear, Mrs. Harrison and Girl. plans for the Sunday
Mr. and Mrs. William
". Sharon McBride (background). (Royal Art Photos by Walter Wright) night,May 12th anniversary
Sailins; 2112 Palafox St. ;
which will beginat
In Detroit Boy.
OS'V Visiting 7 o' clock in the church

Mrs. Louise Johnson brotner in Detroit, First Corinth Baptist Mr. and Mrs. Calvin auditorium, Mrs. Clemen-

left the city by plane Mich. Church, serves with Moore; 3404 Haines St. ;
: A tine Brown program -
:: ,1 ,, recently to visit her She is a member of District NO.8. Girl. announced.
--- -- Mr. and Mrs. George ,
APPLICATIONS FOR Richard T. Hadley and
Sextet Patterson; 1584 W. 12th
his wellknown Northwestern
High School Chorus, recent
In Concert Mr. and Mrs. Melvin participants in the

A Wal rop, Cin Forest; 4501 Detaille Dr. ;
By LOUISE GUI K YARD Florida State Festival
May 19th cinnati. Ohio. 24 and Girl.
held at Howard W. Blake
Alice M. Mr. and Mrs. Elvidge.
Shells 2012 Although June Is the traditional month for National Association for the Advancement of Colored High School in Taapa.
The highly popular Alford Palafox 24. Lawrence;General Delivery;
weddings, bells were ringing and orange blossoms People, and is a Mason. He is now on active duty St. Mary's The group received high
rley-Geno Gonzalez Freddie L. Thomas Ponte Georgia; Boy.
bountiful when Miss Gwendolyn Jenkins became the with the U. S. Army and is stationed at Fort Dix, and Johnnie ratings for its concert
Mr. Mrs.
,Sextet will make the Vedra Beach 23 and Betty
bride of Tommy Chandler in Northport, Alabama last New Jersey. Hubbert 633 N. LincolnCt. performance and sight
,second in their'series of ;
Jean Hagans, 614 4th Ave.S. .

Jazz Concerts Sunday. May Jax Beach. Fla. 17. Saturday afternoon May 4, 1963. .. .. .. .. .... ... .. .. ... ; Boy. reading and has become
Miss Priscilla Jenkins served as her sister's Mr. and Mrs. A.K.Walters; one of the city's best
19 at 5 p m in Elks: Samuel A. Crawford. 1354
Auditorium, 712 Duval St maid of honor for the double ring ceremony, and 616 E. 1st St. ; Boy. known cultural organiza-
Mi nor St. 27 and Annie
when of social acti-
'The concert is being Curtis Miranda served as the groom's best man. metropolis a multiplicity Mr. and Mrs. Lawrence,. tions.
M Anthony 716 Leila St.
sponsored in behalf of the 21. The bride is the daughter of Mr. and Mrs. LouisB. vities are carried simontaneously and success Tunsill; 3316 Stuart st. ; The sponsors, under the

Elks Scholarship program.The Jenkins of Northport, Alabama, and Mr. Chandleris fully. Last Friday evening found Club Baron entertaining Boy. direction of its popular

Sextet features: Al- James Denton. 923 Cleve- the son of Mr. and Mrs. McGee Chandler, 1328 guests in the Exhibition Room at the Mr and Mrs. Robert Dove; president Mrs. Vetrice
land St. 26 and Alice J.
ford Corley. tenor and Evergreen Avenue, Jacksonville. Civic Auditorium. Music was furnished by Alvin 2017 W. 15th St. ; Boy. Williams and pastor, Rev.

soprano sax; Ron Tooley. Mintz.Wilbert 912 Green Dewitt Atlantic St.. 18. Mrs. Chandler did undergraduate work at Alabama Downing s Band and the affair has been reportedas Mr. and Mrs. William W. C. Flanagan are

of the most enjoyable balls of the sea- hard in their
'trumpet; Ray Love. Flute one Caldwell; 1615 W. 12th St.; striving
Beach. Fla. 23 and Hen-
son. efforts toward making Sun-
and tenor sax; Womack rietta
Keeling. Atlantic
Howard. piano; Allen Beach. Fla. 17. In another part of Civic Auditorium: the A. L. Mr. and Mrs. James Pink- day night's event one of

Jackson bass and Geno Lewis Branch YMCA presented a benefit talent ney 1624 W. 14th st. ; the most outstanding in
Jos. B. Byrd. 1763 Fair-
show, with 99 per cent of the Gra-Y clubs par- Boy. its history.
Gonzalez drums. fax St. 51 and Elisabeth
r '- s ticipating. Mr. Thomas Hargraves, Sr. directorof Mr. and Mrs. Johnnie
Supported along with a P. Bennett. 347 W. 19th Zion Hope Plans
A. L. Lewis Branch, reported very successful Gatlin; 2584 W. 45th St. ;
14-piece Jazz Orchestra st. 49.Romas +-
Vt results for this effort. Apt 11; Boy. Joint Anniversary
the program promises a
Dixon. 1109 Odessa
Besides the regularly scheduled meetings of Mr. and Mrs. John H.
.. and trusteesof
minimum of at least two St. 32 and Bertha Lee The deacons

t and one half hours of Gox'man, 7261 Wilson Blvd., n bridge and other social clubs, Bobby Blue Bland Rogers Girl. ; 3814 Breve Dr. ; Zion Hope Baptist

and his band highly entertaining performanceat their
'solid' Jazz. gave a Church will observe
.31. Mr. and Mrs. Elmer Gil-
the Duval County Armory. Needless to say, per- anniversary Jointly May
i bert; 1056 W. State st. ;
sons attending this affair enjoyed themselves 19.

I now its Pepsi- I the most." BoyUnity Class Offers the Pev.anniversary E.L. Wilcox speaker.will be

.. .. .... .... .... ... .... Appearing OB the program

for those who Free Weekly CourseThe will be the Mt. Ararat

think Mrs. Barbara Walker was hostess when Les Unes Unity Class, super- Male Chorus Rev. E. L.

youngPeople Charmantes Club met recently at the Eldorado Club. vised by Mrs. Essie Wana- Taylor, who will give the

r Mrs. Demetree Wester was guest player., maker of 1778 Spires Ave- occasion James Smith,

P Members participating actively in the meeting nue, is offering free Instruction John Ackerman and Charlie

included Mesdames Lydia Wooden, Norma White, Joyce to the general Travis.

.'\. Lawson, Charlotte Bostick, Priscilla Brown, Maxine public on 'How to Live a

4 1 Jackson, Alma Daniels, Xelia Mitchell and Helen Classified Life. Classes

begin at 8 p. ... "KEEP AMERICA
I t .T State College, and received the Master's Gregory. Persons Interested may BEAUTIFULI

from Catholic D. C.
Degree University, Washington, ... ... .... .... .... .... c.all Mrs. Wanamaker after
She is currently employed as librarian at Wilder ,
: o. 6 p.II. Dial ELgin 3-9942.
Park Branch Library, located on Lee Street.Mr. < .- ... .'-...- -- Y
and W. Brown of New"Yqrltcity the
Mr. Mrs. are
i Chandler is a graduate of Florida A. and M. r-
current guests of Mr. and Mrs. L. C. Franklin, C'lSltlatitl
"niversity and is under contract the San Diego

Chargers, a professional football team. 1504 West Twenty-seventh Street. CONSULT DR. SMITH FREE

The is at home at 1269 West St. Elaitati.l<
$ S y5a' couple Twenty-sixth .... .... .... .... .... ....

4... ... .... .... -.... .... You fill Be Told In Plain Words What tae Trouble Is,
:. : ; The West Eighth Street home of Mrs. Elizabeth What I* Causing It and What May Be Dome To' Correct

.;. Simmons Jones was the scene of a recent meetingof It if Iou Suffer With: .
Mr. and Mrs. James H. Argrett Sr. of 1166 West
.. Les Elites Club. Only members of the club ARTHRITIS' HEADACHES THROAT I80RDH16
Ninth Street, Jacksonville, have announced the engagement -
and forthcoming marriage of their daughter.
*;. ; Versa! McCcne, Mrs. Marie McClain and Mrs. COLDS BEAM DISEASE JOBY0fJ8 1tI&IWiBS!
Miss Thelmetia Yvette Argrett and Dr. Raleigh
Ann McIntosh were high scorers in the bridge STOMACH DISOftBBl PELVIS.DJMf1186
Wesley Bynum. A late summer wedding is planned.The .
session. BLOOD ft SKIN Plll9SBK 88qM!
bride-elect, a graduate of Howard University,
Mrs. Irma Murray, Mrs. Bernice Henderson and : DISEASESKIDNEY I1f1'Ii1' I'INL MfiMGBRSO9KMIC
Washington, D. C., is currently employed as substitute -
t Miss Annie B. Mlnatee were among others present. SCIATICA BLADES Die 4tB3
teacher by the Duval County Board of public

Instruction. She was a member of the 1960 Court of ... .... .... .... .... ... MBf AND WDia<
a Debutantes. She Is a meaber of Delta Sigma Theta
6. I treat conditions commonly considered Mnical
Sorority, American Chemical Society, The Young
.. I am fortunate in having with me this week my without the use of a knife. Modern ntIaoda of diagnosis -
Women's Christian Association and the National Association -
are in the mood for fun these for the Advancement of Colored People. brother. West Gray, and my nephew and niece, and tre ablent. rRffi-EXAMBlATIWf' Bf AFPOIfHHfT

Mr. and Mrs. Thurman Gray, Jr. ONLY-30 years successful practice IB Jacksonville.
days-and part of thejun Is Pepsi. The prospective groom is an alumnus of Illinois
They are en route to Orangeburg S. C. to attend HOCKS 10 a.B. to e: 30 p.B. ---- PHONE BL 4-1187
College of Optometry, Chicago, Illinois, completing
And nothing drenches your thirst P9I-COLA, commencement activities at Claflin College. DR. REX SMITH
studies Florida -
at University
pre-optometry A. and M. .... .... .... .... .... .... State Street Upstairs)
like a cold,Inviting Pepsi Tallahassee, and Roosevelt University, 900 lest
Miss Zelma Johnson is confined to Brewster tit
So think young-say "Pepsi, pleasel".1.! Chicago, Illinois. He holds membership in the Hospital as the result of an automobile acci- Office Formerly Occupied bar Dr. Lynoksr-OpposlU

Nw.Mr.u Nw ...._ W""MMx SS_I .... M'... .._ pM.M.pww Council on Ethics, Alpha Phi Omega Fraternity the dent.


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DURING THIRD ANNUAL STAGING, two-hundred boys, USA Variety Show presentations. A series of color- the trophy for best overall performance; Smart 'the Moncrief Gray-Y, Club; Center Miss Smith, and

members of various James Weldon Johnson Branch ful skits, musical and dance numbers and dia- Pope Livingston was runnerup and R. L. Brown right, the full court of pri-ncesses from each

Gra-Y Clubs, appearing before an enraptured logues was climaxed with the crown of Valeria School was awarded the best costume category, and club, the club presidents and faculty directorswho

audience of nearly 600-persons, presented the Smith of Forest Park School (center photo), being Smart Pope Livingston School, the E.W. Thompson directed the show. (Royal Art Studio Photos)
most successful of their annual, YMCA Boys NightAn crowned Miss Gray-Y of 1963. Oakland School won Memorial largest enrollment trophy. Shown left is

Ode To Mother ituaries' FountarrJ-Y out Elder J. S. Collins'

A CHURCH Woodlavo Presbyterian Plan I Mother's Honors Planned
Mrs. Clifford Bangs; 1824
< I On Her DayBy
Bisbee Street.Washington Day Tea Sunday Elder James S. Collins
REV. I. MCPHERSON Pastor of Stephens Chapman; 1997W. CHURCH NOTES will observe his fifth

Methodist Church Hastings, Florida 22nd Street. NEWS 1 anniversary May 20 at New
Mrs. Dinah Best; 3019 BY L.N. PEAPSON. SR. Mt Olive Baptist Church
'lIhi-word is sweeter than all I the rest? _
Woodlawn Road. Hart and Brady StreetsThe

Mother. Mrs. Dianna Tucker; 1762 The Church of God in Christ State Temple Deacon Mary V. Dixon. Gospel Chorus of First
What word stirs memories within the breast? president of the Willing
Francis Street. will present the Gibbs Junior College Corinth artist Church
Mother.Be Workers of Woodlawn United
r Mrs. Susie P. Bradley; Choir of St. Petersburg Friday at 8 p.m. will serve. (
i it at home or be i it abroad Church and '
Presbyterian the
1052 W. Monroe Street. in the Civic auditorium. Appearing on program
Be it peasant or be it Lord' I Augusta Borise Davis; 2047 the organization will will he the Lattimore
All hearts thrill when they hear this' word Curry Lane. s' t . sponsor a dinner on May Singers and Thelmarett.
Mother. 17th in her 1590 W.
Mrs. Ella Wickham; 6036 Singing Trumpets. Willing
Who attended all of our childhood ills? Dummire Avenue. A Calendar Carnation Mother's Day Tea 32nd Street. Every memberis Workers, Jessie Mae Polke

Mother. James Stephens; 833 Oakley will be sponsored at Shiloh Baptist Church urged to purchase at tarl1 tes. Mattie Blunt
And who obeyed our slightest .will? Street. from 4 to 6 p.m. Dec. 12. Mothers will be least one dinner. Those Choir 3 of Mt. Ararat.
Mother honored. who cannot attend may Gospel Echoes Golden
Inverness L. Lawson; 1908 ,
And When in our care-free way Louisianna Street. s s . .. phone 765-7204 and deliveries 1 \ Jubilees. Gospel Trotters.
We often hurt ourselves at play Mrs. Katonia Butler; 1356W. will be made. The MISS BERNICE P. JONES Heavenly Echoes Voices of

'Who' always kissed our tears away? 22nd Street. Day Spring Baptist Church will observe a dinners will be one ($1.00 .Principal'Speaker Jerusalem Sunbeam Singers

Mother Samuel P. Frazier; 472 joint anniversary celebration May 19-27. dollar a plate. Mrs. Dixon Ethel Davenport Bannister
Who is most happy when we ,succeed? Goodwin Street. The theme of the event is 'Answering is an ardent and faithful Miss Bernice P. Jones Triumph Gospel Singers.
r Mother church worker. She has will be principal speaker Zionettes and Others will
Mrs. Hattie Newton; 1120 God's Call. Guest ministers will be in
Who suffers most from our misdeeds? Davis Street. charge of the services. been singing in the when the Youth Department also appear.
Mother Mrs. Dorothy B. Linder; Presbyterian Church Choirs of Fountain Chapel AMI:: Mrs Amanda Collins will

And, as we travel through the years 1175 W, 30th Street. s t t t since 1902. and is still Church presents a Mother s, serve as mistress of

Often causing aches and tears Mrs. Viola Jackson; 3706 going strong.The Day Tea Sunday beginning: ceremonies and Mrs. Thelmn
while at her United Church Choir at '4 in the churcl Fdwards will be dean of
Who remembers us prayers Pine View Circle. The Baptist Ministers Brotherhood is p.m. I
I will meet in the home of
Mother Willie Lindsey; 1039 E. planning a city wide revival for June. The auditorium. hostesses
Who loves we're far ? asked to Mrs. Mary Dixon. 1590 W. Others appearing on the
though away 21st Street Baptist ministers have also been Church Of Christ
Mother support the Cancer Crusade. Rev. R.L. 32nd Street Friday May program will be the Youth

Who loves. us though we've gone astray? Mrs. M. Dixon Heads Jones pastor of Central Baptist Church is. 10th 8:00 All p.m.members SaturdayMay are choirs of St. Matthew. Written In. Heaven.

Mother president of the Brotherhood. asked to come out to the Union Progressive. Mt. Trustee Day will be observed -
And, when on earth our task is o'er Church Dinner Sales Carmel Baptist Churches
at the
new site for another day Sunday
. .
And to the other shore M respectively, and the
we cross
Church of
Christ Writtenin
Prominent, veteran churcL a f work and fun. Sunday
'Who/ will cherish ourmemories forever more? Youth Choir of the host
worker Deacon Mary M. May 12th Church School Heaven, 1434 Kings
Mother. A Mother's Day Tea will be sponsored at church.
Dixon president of the begins in the George Poad. Bishop J.C. Blakely.
Willing Workers of Wood- Day Spring Baptist Church at 4 p.m. in the Washington Carver Elementary Mrs. E. WalkinsAnnounces pastorThe

Second Baptist t i i t Schedules MusicaleThe lawn United Presbyterian dining room of the Church.District School at 10:00 a m. Women s morning worship ser

Church will supervise with T. V. Huger. superin- mon will be delivered by
i i 4. t i
Metoka and Galeda program chairman, anc l dinner sales for benefit tendent in charge Rev. F Day Activity Fvangelist Harry Brown of

Department of Second Bapworkers have planned c<' of the organization Firday 9 of St. Thomas Baptist Church D. Wilson will bring the Officers and committeesfor Brunswick. He is presently

tist Hiurch Sunday School program of interest. This: May 17th from her resi- will sponsor a Mother's Day Tea at the message 10:55 am. sup- St Matthew Baptist conducting a two weeks Re-
will present its annual is the department's annual] dence. 1590 W. 32nd St. home of Mrs. Verdell Brewer,651 N. Lincoln ported by the Westminster Church's annual Women'sDay vival and healing service
spring musical May 16 at effort to secure funds ti()[ Members are urged to Court from 4 to 6 p.m. Choir with Mrs. Rudyn observance scheduledfor nightly at 8 o'clock in
p.m. in the auditorium of send delegates to th< 'purchase at least one Watson at the piano. Sunday. June 23. it the church
the church. National Baptist Sunda;; 'dinner each and those who t f i s At a meeting of the was announced by Mrs YPCW will begin at 6 p.m

The Isaiah Blocker School School Congress whit!!! are unable to attend may evaluation program Sunday Frana Watkins general with Mrs S M. Brow presiding -
Chorus conducted by will convene June 12-1''6 phone 765-7204 and dinners Evangelist Harry Brown of Brunswick, Ga. May 5. T.V. Huger. elders airman

Ernest Brown will be in Kansas City. Mo. will be delivered throughout is conducting healing services nightly at C.L. James and W.K. Harper
guest singers. the city for a nominal the Church of Christ Written in Heaven, were appointed as a COIP- You Don' t Have to Go to Town to Get
Mrs. Queen B. Williams. * * $1.00 fee each. 1434 Kings Road Bishop J.C. Blakely, pas- mittee to reactivate the
I tor. Services will continue through next Men Councelor
week with the possibility of their being LOW PRICES

OOD extended. The public is invited.Tabernacle q

ALL WEEK s s s s s On You*
MAY 9-MAY 12 Baptist Institutional Church DRUG STORE NEEDSTrade

DISCOUNT STORES: will observe its annual Women's Day pro- n With Your Neighborhood Drug StoreWE

830 Cassat Ave. gram Sunday, May 19th throughout the day. WILL M5FT:; ANY PRICES MV. IN YOUR LOCAL PIIP51IS.
(NEAR COLLEGE) Mrs. B.W. Williams will be guest speakerfor We Deliver-Ce Also Pill All Doctors': Prescriptions

1824 W. Beaver St. the morning service. Guest soloist

u.s.90 Ntir Stockton will be Miss A. Parker. Dixie Pharmacy

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FRYERS 23c PICNICS LB. 27c 1302 Kings Road at Myrtle Areue

DOLLAR DAYS ARE HERE AGAIN WHY PAY MORE Musical Event Set That's Exactly WhatW. Floats EL 5.5591-98

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WHEN YOU CAN'TBUYBETTER o. Frazier will do when
Tender For Zion Grove Singers you call for New Deal Cab PAY YOUR LIGHT, WATER AND TELEPHONE

CHOPS. 3LBS. 1129 Day. The '-0" in his BILLS AT OUR STORELEARN
PORK The Zion Grove Spiritual
. name stands for Otis,
Singers will celebrate .naturally.Mr. .
Meaty their sixth anniversary Frazier is another one

RIBS..I.UI.3LBS.8 May 20 In Greater Zion of those happy New Deal
SPARE Grove Baptist Church.
Wesconnett. drivers who will tote you f
Smoked to where yon want to go
Appearing on the program
safely and on lae.
will be Choir 2 of Zion
SLAB BACON. 3LBS. Otis lives at 1683 Monteo
Grove. Bivins Specials.
. with his wife the former
United Gospel Chorus. Wiles Jacob, and their 3
OX TAILS SLBS. Celestial Spiritual Frazier
. Singers, Gospel Echoes. children. Mr.
I. bas driven New Deal Cabs
Deacon James Byrd and Mrs.
for 6 years, and he bas a
CHICKEN Inez B1 vina.
1 year safety button
Serving as hosts and
Call otis and 8&7.UTote
hostess will be members of A TRADEIn
us" when you need a soodufe
the Bivins Specials,
SHORT RIBS. . 6LBS. Nathaniel Jackson will ride. Six Short Months That
2 POWDERS 5 serve as master of cere- .. e. .-'cIa ... hall
Meaty monies. .... slaw S..lay aan&.par Will Be BENEFICIALFor
9:30 Cfc.-.l 4,
TURKEY NECKS. 6 12 POWDERS 2S Members of the group are: l..t..i.g Ie.. lea;"'. a LIFETIME
Mrs. Caretha M. Byrd.

CHICKEN BACKS. 10" 24 POWDERS 49; manager business; manager Travis L.; Doris Saauels L. NEW DEAL JACKSONVILLEIARIER

Daniels pianist; GladysL. COLLEGE INC.

J Watch fife Worlds Greatest Gospel Singers Helen. Samuels Daniels treasurer.and Willie CAB COMPANY 630 DAVIS ST. at Beaver.

WJXT ChMitl 4 Every SlIMIlY, 9:30 .....' Brooks.Refreshments will be 1185 Kings Rd. 100% Air CoBditioied

SmtirH >j Pruler Meat Markets served free. Dial EL 4.1611 JACKSONVILLE, FLIRIIAt

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--2 Negro Women lank Tellers "B' ue Monday' For Bank Robbers Principal To Give "."" :::' j,'f. .;: ':;'': '-rf"'" ,

.. Mother Day AddressMrs. .:"?

I: Foil Holdups ly Robbers Aldonia C. Joyner, r --f .

principal of the Susie E. J
In Atlanta.. .. and..Philadelphia School
Tolbot Elementary AV
April 29 proved to be *B:lue Monday' for would-be will deliver the Mother'sDay
bank robbers on tYiO widel separate, fronts, it was address at the annual

announced this week. And b]r the same token, two Ne- Mother's Day program spon-

{ gro women bank tellers had a hand in the undoing of sored by the Brewster
. *
the rash acts. Men's Club in the dining

Mrs. Shirley Thomas. ,any money. The man kept room of Brewster Methodist

teller of Citizen's Trust his hand in his pocket, Hospital, Sunday at 7:45a.

Co's Hunter St. Branch. as if holding a gun. .m.

:' At 1 ante, told an FBI agent; Mrs. Thomas than began The Brewster Men can

?,;. that a young Negro man shouting, but none of the count themselves fortunatein
: her other employes or few cus-
: pushed a slip through securing the serviceof
;;: window, and she returned tomers at the time real- She
ized what was happening. Mrs. Joyner. is
; it saying that it was not
fluent and
quietly Quite a speaker
The young man
;: properly filled out. left the bank and dis- she is very much in demand -

: However, when he returned both in and out of
:: the slip to her. she noticed appeared.In
writing at the top Phil adel r.hie.. tellers SITUATION IN HAND!Heroric acts by women bank tellers in Atlantaand the city.

.4 of the slip which said, Wilda Pogers (Negro) and Philadelphia last Monday thwarted holdup attempts in their President J. Earl Morseis

::. 'this is a hold up giveme Florence Gallagher (white) respective areas. Mrs. Florence Gallagher and Miss Wilda Rogers, making a special appealto

five's--ten's andtwenty's. -- of Philadelphia National tellers at Philadelphia National Bank' branch at 32nd and Market all members to come
Bank branch at 32nd and a part GeorgeW.
to be apprehended. In Atlanta
Mrs. Thomas Sts. screams caused a holdup man ,
Marl et Ets. screamed special session. The men Gore jr. (left), president of Florida A. andM.
:. said the man nodded his Mrs. Shirley Thomas of Citizen's Trust Co. s Hunter St. refused
alarm after an armed< are asked to Invite their University, greets The Honorable Governor
head affirmatively! when to turn over money to armed man who fled scene. Citizen'sTrust
robber tried to flee the. mothers, wives or sweet- Farris Bryant of Florida during the Florida A.
she asked 'do you really is Negro owned and operated.
scene with' $1,400. hearts. and M. commencement exercises recently.
mean it? Shd said she

told him! she didn't have Police said the robber Fountain
Chapel Underwriters
first handed a holdup note To Salute Event Released frIll Hospital I

Negro Accountant to Miss Rogers who then AME ChurchMother's .- -l Friends nay be interestedto
:, : .,,
learn that Thomas Williams -
passed it on to Mrs. Gal- '

Gets 12,000 Year Job lagher. Mrs Gallagher Day theme will : k $ : ->< ,'. / of 629 W Church St

pulled a sr itcb before feature services at Foun- .y has been released from
In Highway Department .. :.
putting $1,400 in the tain Chapel AME Church confinement in Brewster
NEW YORK (ANP) Commissioner -a- ...
robber's bag. z throughout the day Rev. "'" Hospital following a recent -

of Highways JohnT. When the man reached the .1 F.W. Jones pastor, an- ,....-l illness.

Carroll has appointed door, the women started noun cede 1
Hannibal Herring as direc- screening and the robberwas Sunday School opens at Social PresentationFloradale

tor of administration in grabbed and held for 9:30 a.m. with superin- Twelfth Hour

the new Department of police by a University of tendent U, Cook and Prayer Band-Branch No. 2

Highways, it was announced Pennsylvania College stu- teachers in charge Morning will sponsor a Spiritual

last week.Herring dent tl'out to enter the worship activities will m Tea Sunday May 12th at

41, was sworn In bank begin at 11 a.m. and the 5722 Belafont Drive from

to the $12,000 per year pastor will deliver the a 4pm. until 6pm
post by Commissioner Car- Program sermon at 11:30 o'clock

roll. Sunday is also Mortgage
Herring has been senior is \\
Day and Rev. Jones

accountant group chief In Miss Alice Legree will desirpu that all members h1 i ,
the Department of Finance I
be one of the beauteous fulfill their obligations.
the first Negro to be appointed models appearing in the Mr. Cook is requestingthat
supervisor of
all class leaders p
tax auditors. He had 15 I fabulous Beauty-Fashion-
Pageant Friday Night, contact members and
subordinates. In his new
i 17 at 8 o'clock in Mt. friends urging them to s
May TPf
post, he will have about :
I .
Carold attend Sunday's services.The
200. It is believed he Ararat Annex, Miss
Henderson, announced men of the church
will be the first Negro I
will sell barbeque Satur-
this week.
director of administrationin I
a major city depart- i The extravangza will be day for benefit of the Y
'ment. centered around the latestin annual Men's Day observance .C4

Herring was born in New hair styling, springand which will be LET'S GO BOIThat's
celebrated June 9th. ,
Bern, N.C. graduatingfrom summer fashions and
an academic courseat SECRETARY OF STATE Tom! promises to provide delightful Evening worship will
All You Need To 8a>
and the
'New Bern High School in Adams (Florida) is extending entertainmentfor start at 7 p.m. ..'W*A. Y when you call for 'Bo"

1940. greetings to the members of both sexes. sermon will be deliveredat .-.' Jenkins and New Deal
7:30 All membersand 1.tI1!
he nearly 5,000 persons attending Admission tickets, pricedat p.m. *
In the Army, servedin Cab 3fi Pay.
friends are invitedto OBSERVANCE PLANS for the National Insurance Association Week which will be
the chemical Warfare commencement a nominal fee, may be His full
name Is ElijahS.
the Youth Department's celebrated nationally May 13th through May 17 have been completed by the above
Service from 1941 to 1943. exercises at Florida secured from Miss.J-Jender- Jenkins and he has bee
Mother's Day program which members of the Duval and adjacent nearby counties Magers' Council. This year'stheme
After his discharge Herring A&M University son, Miss Legree and driving for New Deal for
will be presented from 4-6 is, 'America's Best Loved Families are Insurance Safe. During the
came to Manhattan and * other show principals. p.m. in the church audi- annual celebration, these managers and their agencies will emphasize, along the past 3 years. He has

worked first in '''Port Ne- RETRIEVER TIPA Robinson Appointed torium. Mrs. S.D. Davisis with fellow underwriters across the nation, direct benefits as well as indirect already received a safety
ward in a private shipyard bonus for his coed driving
the supervisor. results of more job opportunities and money for investment. Front row
He moved to the Navy good dog keeps a memory Mother MidwayMen Mr. Jenkins lives at 194
.Sunday May 19th will be from left: Miss Gwendolyn Randolph, J. Theodore Lawrence Mrs. Leola Patter-
Yard in Brooklyn as a map of an area in his mindas s Day Officiall'r celebrated as Lena Daniel 'son.' Second row from left: M. V. Young, A. R. Daniels, J. T. Collier. Back West 5th Street with his
first-class welder and he works But you'll
wife have
Cleo. They 5
Day. The public is invited row from left: Messrs Weaver and Washington, Rev. Sanford Smith, and Messrs.
then matriculated at New need more help in nailing '. .. .. McRea and C. Morse. Other members are J. D. Mather and Mr. Walton. children, 4 girls aad 1 boy.
York University's Schoolof downLa point of known : <' "80" Jenkins is ready

Commerce accounts and reference while you hunt ; Second Baptist 2 Educational Tours 55th 1 AnniversarySet WANTED to take you to anyplace
Finance Vhere he receivedhis for a down bird. A good I -+ around Jacksonville. Just

B.S. degree in 1948. way is to walk to the kill Church ActivitiesThe Scheduled By YMCAThe For Mt. Sinai Christian Colored Woman call for New Deal Cab
Mother's Day theme wants house work by day or
Herring is chairman of area and leave your hat or Y.M.C.A. Adult Program ua..ul.and say 'Let'go.
will be carried out during Mt. Sinai Baptist Church week Also baby-sitter,
the board of directors of coat or scarf high on a Travel Club is again Bol"Bt
services throughout the with child-
has completed plans for experienced
the Aegis Society, a group conspicuous branch (or
I .. -: offering two Educational
.f day Sunday at Second ,
Bap- the 55th anniversary whichis ren-After 6 p.m.Call Mrs.G.
of Negro civil servants in where you can be sure you tours this summer. The sure t o watch our haH
.. CHARLIE ROBINSON tist Church, Rev. J.C. scheduled for May 13-19 Henley PO 8-5909.
the Departments of Finance won't lose it!). Then move tours are scheduled for Hour show Sunday morning
Sams pastor. The program committee has at 9:30 ..i Channel. 4,
Law Public out search in
Works and your ever-
the Far West, Old Mexico,
Wellknown Mother Midway
Regular order of ser- featuring Ken KnijH
arranged a program for Thank You
Board of Estimate. widening circles. DIME Church official Canada and the Middle
vices will start with each night with various
Charlie Robinson is assisting Western States. The tours JAMES S. GENWRIGHT
IMPERIAL SUNDRIESPatent Sunday School at 9:30 a.m. ministers and their con-
Medicines CosmeticsAll various chairmanin with C.M. Vaught assistedby have been approved by the gregations in charge. 3-B Precinct NEW DEAL \
completing final plans L.C. Chester in ChargeThe State Department of Education City Democratic
May 13-Rev. A.J. Hughesof
Leading Hair PreparationsCor. for the annual Men's Day and teachers may receive Committeeman
pastor will review the
St. John and Rev. L.H. CAB COMPANY I
observance which is lesson. three hours credit 1 am humbly gratefulfor f
King of St. Paul Baptist
INDEPENDENT OIL CO. scheduled for May 26th. Consecration services for toward extension of their Churches in charge. the CONFIDENCE expressed 1185 Kings Rd. J\

Mx' Robinson is Steward Deacons Deaconesses, certificates.The By; Tour VOTE.THANKTOO.
May 14-Rev. J.W. Johnson Dial EL 4.1611
KEROSENE HOME DELIVERY Board vice chairman, Ushers and Choirs will Far West and Old' -- Pd. Pol. Ad?. |

MECHANIC ON DUTY leader of Class 9 and is begin at 10:45 a.m. The Mexico tour Includes to of Philadelphia Baptist
Church will conduct the
Ike Joseph ------------------- ProprietorState the visit the Grand Canyon
chairman of the Usher pastor will deliver the services.May A jfO'V*'<
and Jefferson Streets El 6-9432 Committee for the annual sermon during the 11 0' Morman Temple, Hoover Damn| 15-Rev. R.J. Blaineof r
Disneyland, Las Vegas and
OPEN FOR BUSINESS morning worship. St. Paul AMP Church
F.O. Henry is general sights in Los Angeles.The .
GOODSON CLEANERS Announces the Opening of a New chairman Allen Thomas, Duke Canadian and Middle,, will have charge of the

Branch Office at 5504 Avenue B. "Come Where You co chairman of the commit- UniversityDURHAM West Tour includes visitto services.May Is it properto

'an Get Quality Cleaning at Budget Prices." tees along with the pas- N. C.-(ANP)--- the capital in Washington 16-Rev. H.T. Over-

-- FREE PICKUP & DELIVERY SERVICE -- tor, Rev J W. Jones. Duke University may get New Ygrk, Niagara, street of Mt. Tabor Bap-
tist Rev. J.J. Jones of
its first Negro under- Falls, Ft. Lawrence Waterway -

graduate students this Quebec. Chicago and[lA ioch and Rev. W.C. call for Gordon'sby
Mitchell of Little Rock
year, according to informed the N.E.A. Convention i n
Baptist Churches will be
sources. Detroit Michigan.Trouble r
"- in charge.
-- ---- -- ---- name
May 17-Rev. J.M. Dixon
Having ?
of Mt. Olive Primitive

Call EL 4-1183--EX 8-7943 .Baptist. and Rev. J.C. in English Pubs?
KTS Rogers of Macedonia Bap-

1 P. Refrigerator ServiceALL tist Churches will conduct

the services.May It's not a matter of being proper. It's

WORK DONE IN YOUR HOME 24 Hour Service 19 will be family unnecessary. For when most Englishmen

LEAN FRESHPork day. The regular order of ask for gin,they expect to get Gordon's.

SOL BERNSTEIN SINCE 1942 service will begin at 11 After all,its distinctive dryness and delicate

ROAST lb. 25C a.m.At flavour have been a part

3518 ANDREWS 2:30 1'.11. an appreciation of English life for 194 years. -

hour will be Americans, however, have r

FOREMOST FRESH FLORIDA presented for Pev B P. been enjoying Gordon's
TASTE WHAT"S HAPPENED TJl1.tMOH ARD 1.IME I Addison, the new pastor
for somewhat shorter
ICE 1 CREAM tribute will be paid to span of time. So it is

49C : the oldest members of the wise(and proper)to specify -

church. Special recogni- Gordon's by name. Gotsoift
assorted flavors( # gallon S191t
tion service will be held 4 '
GRADE T G Your first-sip of aGordon's ,
for Rev H.S. Jackson who martini will '
flfrj.every has been ill for several
years tell you why it's the big- LONDOHDRYgstsefingginoverhere

250 .-' rand
as well as in England fJfl.i s-1

IL L SOUND SERVICES the rest of the world.1 .
5 > [. LETTlb.UCE" Sound Service for Adver j
MUELLER'S ELBWMACARONI tingling tising-Dances Ball Games, -

etc. Also Loud Speaker W8BUCT Of B.S.A MTtlB. IftBai Mt W.W**&**.tHttlwrua
time aml WSL w rwor.pert MT m Oft.ITE.HMO&A
1 Concerts -
Service for Banquets,

,IOC .2yt Record Hops etc.
8 02 pkf. Head .. cQlttJM'U"lUU1U- Q.l lUll.---nat>'. WIn t-! .iIX- J Phone EL 3-5902.

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HEAVIEST BALLOTING IN HISTORY recently climaxed cherished heritage. Bottom photo left are jubilant
Student Government elections at Edward Waters Col-
winners namely (from left) : Dennis Gallon
lege.Prior to the march on the ballot boxes, various from Monticello
candidates Melvin Lang, junior Jackson-
typical fashion--waged campaign ora- ville, president and vice president
<- tory with eloquence and color respectively,
usually associated with
being joined in victory handclasp by Miss
professional politicians.- three pix show various
Patterson Miss EWC.
Patterson also
won by a
students taking advantage of democracy's most landslide.
(Photos by j.. Baker\,

State CommissionSlates
"Club I Beginning To Hit Peak

Public Confab


public meetings have been .
f1 A a
1 scheduled by the Game and x Y ? !
1 Fresh Water Fish Commis-

sion for the purpose of

Girl Scouts To Salute Mothers discussing the 1963-64

hunting and fishing regu-

lations with the state's


sR According to A. D. Aldrich -
director, it is a

practice of the Commission 1

to conduct these meetings } Yt

prior to the annual Com- A

mission meeting for establishing -

hunting and. fishing ,
regulations. ,Through

ik. these meetings the Com-
l i'e mission and the sportsmencan

become better ac-
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qua' I
quainted. The meetings r 1I -4

provide the Commissionwith
to __ _0- _
an opportunity to explain EYING LOOPTiTLEOwner Emanuel Wilkerson and "
Herman Graham, OF James Walker SS; John Walker
Qa t I certain regulationsand Manager Theo Wilson, strategists of the Sunbeam
t S Utility; Herbert Walker
I Utility; Leroy Graham,
gives the sportsmen a Braves, promise to remain in the thick of this
OF; Phil Allen, P. and Berly Nepaleux. Standing
chance to express opinions season's Clarence
L. Jackson Baseball League'spennant
from left: Eonnuel Wllkerscn, owner; Henry Walker,
regarding local and state-
race. Last Sunday, the Braves' copped a
< P.; Charlie Harris,
x F wide conditions. 9-2 and 14-6 double-header victory over the ; Frank Barker,

___u. _______ I Meetings scheduled are as Southside Hawks All teams will C. ; Theo Wilson, Mgr. ; Johnny Bailey, 2 B; and
----------- see action Sun-
rKWMII PARTICIPANTS---Mothers will be follows Kenneth Robinson, umpire.
saluted during .a special 4 : day afternoon. Members
program by the 5 p.m. kneeling from left are:
Girl Scout and Brownie Troops erf Mt. Ararat Baptist Church in South Florida Region: May /.Royal- u Art,- Cfnritn- DKnfnt. n,
the Education
building. The program will feature a fashion 13-Port Charlotte; May 14. I
solos, with the Jeanette show, reading, Cited i During i Proaramligious
Trio and Mary Louise Lee as guest artists. Brownies Sarasota; May 15, Tampa;
appearing on the program will include May 16. Lakeland ST. PETERSBURG---Dr. Alan Carlsten, chaplain
: Nettie Mae ,Melvin, Deborah ; May 17. message
Corine Daniels, Wynatte Acosta, Carolyn and Marilyn Reeves and Cynthia Jack-mMangra Brooksville. of Florida Presbyterian College and a former In addressing the student body Dr. Carlsten

son. Friends and the public are invited. Girl SC rot Executive Mrs. J. E. Central Florida Region: Dartmouth instructor, highlighted Religious said, "A man is judged by the company he keeps, I

Davis is the- troop leader. (Royal Art May 20. St. Augustine; May Emphasis Week at Gibbs junior College with a re- and birds of a fea her flock together. *
_. Studio Photo)
.21. Leesburg; May 22,

dill' student Patricia TappedMiss Howard ;Acting Principal Freeman FamilyTo Cocoa.Everglades Region: May EARNING and LEARNING

has been selected by Stage Musicale 27, Vero Beach; May 28,
Principal James H Argrett West Palm Beach; May 29,

Sr. to serve in his steadon Variations Naples; May 30, Ft.
Student Government Day Lauderdale; May 31, Miami. Boys & Girls Can Make Mon.y :
which will be held at .J ax nationally known 1 Northeast Region: JUne 4.

Northwestern Junior- Freeman Sisters will pre Jacksonville; June 5,
Senior sent an evening of musical Gainesville ...
High School on ; June 6, Live
Friday. May 17th. ,7. and dramatic entertainment Oak.

This will commemoratethe Sunday night. May 12 Northwest Region: June Hundreds of Florida Star Newsboys

sixth observance of under sponsorship of ]10, Pensacola; June 11.

Student Government Day at { y Daughters of the Elks 1 JCrestview; June 12, Mari- Are EARNING
Temple 186 In Elks Audi from $1. to $10.00
the school. All senior anna June 13.Wewahi tchka. Weekly
students have the privilege t orium. 712 W. Duval St. June 14, Quincy. srR
The And LEARNING to do business.
of presentation gets Location
vying for the and time of each
positions of the principaladministrative underway promptly at meeting will be announced
staff 8pm. iIncluded YOUNGSTERS! I you are smart and

teaching in the Sisters Agents ,
personnel cafeteria -
end Janitorialst j reign as attendent' to Miss repetoire will be such want to earn your own money

affs. Northwestern in the 7th popular tunes as. Climb 1 Get Citations this is the do
to it.
j and 11th grades. She was way -
Every Mountain. Bells of
Patricia is a member of
the St. Paul Lutheran Miss Junior Northwesternin St. Mary. Where Can I Go.
PARENTS! Your child
Church where she serves the 9th grade and was Moonlight Becomes You may not

as a member of the choir. ,second runner-up in the Moon River, Exodus, Nice need money but the training
Miss Northwestern gainedas
In her six years at and Easy and many others.
Northwestern she has j Pageant. Dramatic gems will include will o
remained Asleep the Switch a newsboy help him to be f
an honor student and In si

and was a member of the To Give Recital dispensable. successful in later life. Many of the -. '
Junior Honor Society. featured on the program .

Presently she holds the will be William Streets Jr: most successful men were Newsboys. .
office of vice president promising local young ,
tenor. ..... r ..,
of the Gold Key Chapterof
the National Honor i Johnny Shaw wellknown y

Society and ranks among [ deejay will narrate the Start A Route AnywhereYou

the first ten of her A show and will be intro

graduating class. She isa duced by Mrs. Azee Parker. Live In Florida :- '

member of the Diversi- K- Assisting the Usher Board E-: _

field Cooperative Educa- of the Lodge will be roam MRS JOHNSON 'i. 4 f

tion Club at her school bers of La Rosa Ladies For her outstanding work We'll Pot Yon In Easiness f*'<."i Q

where she has trained for MRS. GRANT 1 Social and Savings Club during the month of March N

two years as Student Assistant Mrs. Bessie Grant will be i and Brewster Mothers Aux Mrs. Victoria Johnson was

Library Clerk- presented in a Musical Recital j iliary. selected by" Duval cad ad- FILL OUT THIS COUPON TODAY R f

Typist. Sunday evening May Participating members of J scent counties Managers' FLORIDA STAR P.O. BOX 561. JACKSONVILLE 1; FLA. '
Patricia was chosen bj 19th at seven o' clock, in' j the family will be Mrs. Council as the Agent-of- r -
the auditorium of Mt.Sinai
the senior class to repre- Evelyn j Freeman mother, The-Month. Married and
sent the school in the Baptist Church. Mrs. Grant ]Roderick. Paul. Raymond mother of four girls she

Hiss Tilt of Maroon and is a member of Mt. Sinai j Dienn. Vanorian and Carol is a member of Waymon I 1HNOBT S FIRST NAME LAST NAMEADDRESS :

Gold Beauty Contest" held serving as one of the soi Freeman.i Chapel A.M.E. Church. She .:
lists of choir number two. .. .
Friends and the has been '
recently at BethuneCookman generalpublic employed for three ,
College. treasurer of Deac ness are cordially in- years by Atlanta Life Itf- I M
Board number three and STREET & NUKBER 1'HCM10..
Asa solicitor for funds vited. surance Company.
for District thirteen. Each The first and
the 1963 March of second

Dimes Campaign Patricia year this Recital Is sponsored runners up were Rev. N.B.- Send ay child 20 copies of the Florida star on 4 t

planned and participatedon by Deaconess Board Mother's Day Tea Williams and Albert B. I credit to start hill in business. I will pay the s
number three and is joinedby fshwood. "
the "Big Talent Shoe The Seminole Culture Florida Star He for each copy he sells. Those r

of 1962" at James Weldon the another church. Auxiliary of Club will sponsor a Rev. Mr. Williams has 41 that are not sold, I will return and will not be '
years experience in ,
Johnson the
Junior High
chool. The Trustee Board will Mother's Day Tea Sun- life insurance business. I required to pay for untold copies.

have a banquet Saturday day May 12th from 46p Ashwood has been
During her stay at North- with
p;m. in the usa Arcade I
western the student body evening May 11th in tb Central Life Insurance
church 743 W. Ashley St. I i SIGNATURE OF PAR.EOR! GUARDIAN _
has elected Patricia to dining room of the Company for three years. -_ _


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I" Pictures Tell Grim Story Of Birmingham Civil Rights Fight I

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1 A group of pickets in the largest protest demonstration in the history of
ENTERING ALABAMA---Alabama State Police hustle one of the Freedom Marchers
Negro Anti-Segregation drives fall to their knees May 2. when halted by
still holding his placard towards a waiting patrol car after the group
police on charges of parading without a permit.T.J .
here 3rd and refused to leave. Allen <,
,grossed the Georgia line into Alabama May :
marchers were arrested when they stayed in Alabama past a one-minute ;

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woman kneels in prayer on

as others of 2,000 demonstrators sing or pray on
lawn behind her outside city traffic engineering
building. Fourth successive day of mass demonstrations -

against racial segregation ended peace-
Ir- fully though police and firemen stood by with
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Fireneribear in on a group of youngsters who sought shelter in a doorway as
hoses and dogs were used in routing anti-segregation demonstrators May "3rd.

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A wide-eyed youngster watches i n awe as
r 1 iI policemen directs him with a nightstick to wait-
ing van after his arrest with other demonstrating
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youngsters here.Birmingham.

; S M U Demonstrators

SICK ly---This picture tells the story of inhuman cruelty in Birmingham where

a police officer sicks his dog on a Negro youth who stands helpless as the Call Truce For Tilks
ferocious animal bites into his abdomen. Notice policeman holds youth as dog

.", '' + aS Assaults him. Demonstration Set For Jax
\S .. t By NAACP Youth Seen Unlikely i I

BIRMINGHAM Ala. ---The eyes of the world rested

( wLc111! 11 ajji fSsi'1 upon this city this week almost disbelievingwhat
t they were seeing as television and newspaper'
A police officer chases down a demonstrator of about 3.000 who gatheredin i C pictures showed law enforcement officers leveling

a park here--with his nightstick drawn. Other demonstrators fleeing from high pressure water hoses and unleashing ferocious
officers and police dogs are shown at rear. dogs at Negroes peacefully protesting racial

discrimination.To .

t Order Aid EWC College Sweetfield Plans date more than 2,400 sheriff's officers out-

t' .,, arrests have been made, fitted with guns and
-I A 1'j ;.\ !i J Gigantic Revival nearly 2,000 of whom are night sticks.
} -, ch 11 dren Fire tracks equipped with
'! : I Rev. 0. Lewis, noted
; The Rev. Martip Luther higa pressure nozzles were
: \ Evangelist from West
Florida will conduct King Jr. spiritual set up OB intersections
1 r leader of the movement- surrounding the park
nightly services along rr
I with prominent local largest ever staged in where an estimated 1.000
F J clergymen, their choirs, the Southern civil rights Negroes challenged the

., ushers and congregations, battle--said that the officers.
when Sweetfield Baptist demonstrations would con- "Bring OB the dogs"
l .Church launches its ttinue until the Negroes the Negroes yelled de-
xik greatest annual Revival in achieved their goals.He fiantly.: "Bring on the
history beginning Monday said the drive aims water!"

( : night, May 6, Rev. D.P. SUNDAY IN THE PARK---Young man restrains a woman who screams "You've got to desegregate downtown Heartening news came

Barnes, pastor, announced.The my baby" as she rushed towards the Birmingham city jail May 5th during racial public facilities, set upa last Wednesday when
event terminates on demonstration. More than 2,000 singing chanting Negroes marched six bi-racial group with President John F. Kennedy
I Y Friday night, May 17th. blocks from a church to a park across from the city jail. (UPI TELEPHOTOS) authority to solve racial announced that a letuphas
:rei problems and equal employment -
been agreed on by the
Annual Event Principals Clarence L. Jackson League opportunities. demonstrators to permit
King said that bi-racial
negotiations of the racial
Slates All Unit Action Sunday talks are laying the problem

With baseball season in full swing the ClarenceL groundwork for negoti- Leaders of the movement
Jackson Baseball League will continue their ations to settle the sail they would keep the

1A w outstanding performances Sunday with all 12- mushrooming racial truce despitethe
i teams participating. t ron bles. conviction of Rev.
With the jails packed to
niayer-manager tan ay Saddler King and hY. Ralpk Abernathy -
DR. W. B. STEWART (right) president of Games played last week got the game's only capacity the demonstra- om a charge of

,, Edward Waters College accepts a $1,000 r included five doubleheaders homer. Henry Bowden is the tors were obviously attempting parading with nit a per-
check from Rev. R. H. Wilson treasurerof The Jax Kings Eastsiders sponsor. to frustrate the mit.
the Free and Accepted Masons of Jack- took- a twin-bill from the The Sunbeam Braves tooka police by getting themselves The developments In Birmingham -
sonville. Grandmaster of the Lodge is King Edward Giants 14-8 9-2 and 14-6 pair from arrested with no had its affect in
Rudolph Bradley. The money will be used and 8.4. Batteries for the the Southside Hawks. In place to Jail them. Jacksonville where the

..for the current College Building Fund. W1'ET losing Giants were Robert the second setto, Ben Mc- Tuesday nearly 2.000 NAACP Youth Council had
C Hardiman and Grover Seymour Griff of the losers con- persons protesting racial announced a 'sympathy
'I EiiUrst Intention W. C. Brookins is nected for a homer. Henry segregation swarmed into prayer, demonstration in
AUGUSTA.Ga.--Protest ant parent conciliatory- r playermanager.The Jones is the owner and the downtown area but police front of the downtown

I clergymen from more attitude of the Richmond I Jax Clippers won a George Sorrye is managerof refused to arrest courthouse this weekendIn
than half of Augusta's County Board of Educa- r/ pair from the Jax Bucks the Braves. Pitching them and that demonstration view of the Birmingham
churches last week a- tion and the petitionersfor 5-4 and in the second con- for the winners were H. fizzled.At truce it is understood -
dopted a resolution local compliance test gained the league's Walker and Henry Lee least 100 Birmingham that the Jacksonville -
dupporting voluntary with the United States% first no-hitter of the Walker with Bohen and city police officers were 'sympathy demonstration -
R; bolstered by 50 helmeted will be held off
of the season behind the bril-
desegregation Supreme Court s rulingon Bailey working behind the
county schools. school integration." liant hurling of Nathan plate. Artists Work Acclaimed
'We believe that However School'Supt.. Gradie. Albert (Shorty) The Cavaliers and West-
ATLANTA Ga.---John Arcerbery, associate
Jones tapped the Bucks for pro-
voluntary desegregation Roy E. Rollins said the side Colts spilt a twin-
fessor of art at Florida A. and M. Oalversity,
a three-run homer. Errin
done in a Christian board of education had bill. In the nightcap
Glove is the owner and Roland was awarded the Purchase Award for the best
spirit is the most effective done nothing more than Colts' Otis Williams
Dai ley is manager.In figure or portrait in oils for "Ceres" daring
solution to listen to a request homered. The Middleburg
the the 22nd annual. AU Exhibition of Palatines,
this particular problem from five Negroes at a two single games Twins divided a double-
." said the resolu- March meeting tor voluntary scheduled, the Eastslde header with the Arlington Sculpture 'and Prints by Negro Artists. He received -
& tion adopted by the desegregation.Rev. ORANGE AND GREEN ROYALTY---Reigning supreme over Drummer Boys trounced the Colts, winning the opener last.years John Hope Award tor landscapein
Evangelical Ministerial C. Brownlow.presir the Orange and Green Day ceremonies at FloridaA. All-stars 10-3 behind the 9-6 and losing the second oil.
Mmci ation. dent said the resolution and M. University recently were Queen Patricia Pitching of Jake Higgins 11-2. The works of the Negro artists are on exhibit
The resolution also expressed the sentiment James of New Smyrna Beach and Michael L. Gil- supported by William Fol- Clarence L. Jackson is In the Exhibition Gallery of the Trevor-Arnet
"ger behind the Library at Atlanta Bniverstty.f'.1AfIKIAY .
bert of Taspa. plate. DB's
recognized "the ap- of the Ass.not the members. league commissioner.

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.1 Ins fi ituti ons Receive i: Citations EWC ThiRdads Complete Annual Day Program
.- "
If "
,; ,

J Cop SEAC Title k-

J. rt.t 1., Edward Waters College C t

i combined speed and dura- -

bility to dominate the .

Southeastern ference Track Athletic Meet Con-in

:. eii : Savannah.Despite Georgia the'presence recently.and

participation of 7 teams MV
;;":,' who formed the strongest

ttrf c the field conference in the history one team-of : I

.F'PRINCIPAL' ,' Edward Waters College-

dominated the whole show..
ROOSEVELT: Df MADISON (right), of Oakland School No 102, Coach Clifford Paul returned ;

receives Certificate of Recognition for his school's having been home highly elated f'

the first to report its 100% goal during the current cancer fund over the performances of _

drive. Mr. Madison Is receiving the citation from James L. Wil- __ _
his charges and termed
liams Jr. chairman of the Eugene Butler Branch of the American their efforts 'tremendous" 4 _

Cancer Society's 1963 crusade. Also cited were Mt. Ararat Baptist _
as they came up
Church, Rev D.J. Graham pastor, which along with the Dallas with some of their best v ik

Graham Funeral Home, leads church and business divisions in amount 3 : F as
times of the season.
solicited. W.D. Sweet, chairman of the schools division, stated
The sophomorestuddedTigers
that several schools have notified him that they have reached
were led by Gene
their quotas. The drive, which is being conducted in predominatelyNegro Burroughs. The former

areas, will continue through next week.
Northwestern High School
( Royal Art Studio Photo )
sprint sensation turned in .- -'- ,-
one of his best per- ST. AUGUSTINE---Shown here are the members of the
Jesse L. Anderson, president of the chapter; Miss
Heavyweight Title Ace -In One formances of the year, Alpha Phi Chapter of The Alpha Kappa Mu National Gwendolyn C. Batie, Miss Andrea McNeil, Mrs. B. H.

winning the 100-yard dash Honor Society at Florida Normal and Industrial Puryear, President R. W. Puryear, faculty ad-
in startling 9.9 seconds
a Memorial College, who will sponsor the Annual visors. Purpose of the Annual Honors Day Programis

Bout Scheduled and set a new conference Honors Day Program on May 13, in the Anderson to give public recognition to those studentswho
record in the 220-yard
Hall Cheoel beginning at 11:00 a.m. From left are: have achieved excellence in various endeavors
dash as he blazed to a
Lester T. Whitelocke Miss Bertilda F. Gar-
Rev. with emphasis on scholarships.Teen .
.6 ; 'y w 21.7 on a grass 'track. nicaMiss Pearline J. Quary, Miss Jerelene Flowers, I
For June 27th ----
I k William Brown Tiger dis- -----

tance star out-raced the k
.F J Special Tasks Slated TalkBy
field in winning the two-
NEW YORK With Champ ship fight in modern his- and nippedat For Emlen TunnellNEW )
mile was
Sonny Liston said to be tory for the first bout. run. ROBIN FORRESTER

the most anxious principal, Under the first fight's the wire in his bid for YORK (ANP) The cording to Sherman. Hi Teens! I know all of you are very busy right

It was revealed here last contract, Patterson gained honors in the onemilerun. New York Giants last week Tunnell will curry out now. So many of us are on prospective lists for

week that the heavyweight the right to name the date r izT r. made Emlen Tunnell, former the special assignments graduation and promotion, Maybe we will and maybe

championship rematch and site of the rematch. :r Freddie Jones theTigers' defensive back with the during the Giants' pre- we won't. Anyway the best of wishes to seniors
Jack Nilon. Liston' adviser : ',:f publicized pole- National Football League season training period at
y between Liston and Patterson East, West, North and South.
stated: vault star, won his Fairfield Conn. uni-
will be held June 27th "We : team a special assistant ( ) Talked with a few of my good friends who are
have to fight Floydto speciality easily and After the
in Las Vegas, Nev. get rid of them (CSI). L' then proceeded to win the coach and assigned him to versity. season eligible to attend the junior-senior proas. It

Along with the announce- The sooner the better. We ,'; low hurdles in a work "on special assign- starts, he will resume seems long formals will be seen on dance floors
ment, Liston is said to want to be free and clear az 220-yard ments" under Coach Al the job he had last sea- this spring. The fabric most of then will be

be anxious to get the and able to do what we f highly respectable 24.8. Sherman next season.In son observing colleges on wearing is silk organza with long flowing skirts.So .
the Tigers'strong
Louis Hill, Saturdays for
bout over with so that want. his new assignment pro pro- girls you will look like storybook priaeesses.
man, won the shot and scouting the
he can rid himself -of Concerning Liston's knee Tunnell will help train spects Whether you're attending a prom or a ninth grade
put in grand fashion as he Giants' opponents on Sun-
obligations to Pattersonand Injury: which canc'efledthe d hit 45' 9" to cop first Giants players on social, be ready for the fun.

Championship Sports. April title fight in and punt return. He also days. While thinking about graduation, many of you will
place and best his Tigern defensive Tunnell, 37. played 11 NFL
work with
Inc., especially the lat- Miami Nilon said: Thomas will receive lovely gifts. If you receive somethingto
the PETE BROFN wellknown il: teammate Ulysses backs offensive pass receivers seasons for the Giants and
working on
ter. "We're hit 44'3" to wear, be sure and wear it at some time in the
golfing circles around th who a placeg "* three more for the Green
e and hers. ac-
Liston it is claimed that the
presence of the nice person who gave it to you.
that CSI nation finished low amon second Bay Packers before retiring -
cannot forget will hold Up We are
For the friend who will have gifted you with
gave him only 12 per cent, for the best." the money winners at th e as a player in 1961.
hoping Complete Confab your favorite record or book, mention it inconversation.
the lowest percentage a the Greensboro tournament bu t He was known during his
rejected suggestion -
Liston Fbr a box of candy, you can say how
challenger ever receivedin to undergo an won a special '''pot whe:n .-_ playing days as the
everyone in your family enjoyed it. A friend or
a .heavyweight champion- his knee. he hit a hole-in-one. Giants "iron man" defensive -
operation on relative who gives you a camera will feel that you
a ,
Time i Out For Recreation While playing with the are extra appreciative if you take their picture.
i Whatever receive for graduation -
Packers Tunnell was con- you ,do-
sidered the nemesis of gifts, express your sincere
Lenny Moore fleet Balti- thanks. Thank You Notes Are Never

more Colts halfback. He Out Of Style. w

was the only defensive For a look at our club for the

halfback in the leaguewho week: The Debonaires..ever hear of

Y- could "cover" Lenny Teens with talent? Well, the Debo- t
3 Di1
4 V Jil effectively. naires are loaded. In this group

t'4itlL As a player. Tunnell appeared of teen-agers who attend Isaiah F

in 167 NFL games Blocker Junior High School, one .4
ranking second in that will find outstanding musicians, ROBIN

'T department He fell brilliant dancers, potential artists and above

'. eight games short of the al 1,high ranking scholars. They are wars friendly -
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a league mark of 175. Teens, who always exhibit auch charm, and

Emlen set a consecutivegame posses vivactious personalities. The officersand

h n lps. ., rm ;, 1R record of 126 while members are: Carolyn Floyd president; Ronald

with the Giants and Belton, vice president; Elaine Harrison, secretary

stretched it to 158 with ; Cynthia Frazier, ast. secretary; Renee

a ?a, the Packers. Lewis, treasurer; Brenda Malloy, business manager;
a .r
GETTING READY FOR SAN JUAN. P. R.Conferring on Geraldine Williams, reporter, Nettie Bland, ast.

arrangements for the forthcoming InternationalGolf Timely Report ? reporter. Charl es Kennebren, sergeant-at-arms.

Week to be held July 12-18 at the Durado ALEXANDRIA. La.ANPBud ) Jacqueline Bel ton, Deborah Wilson. Jennifer

4; ) ) Riviera Hotel and Country Club San Juan P.R. --- Bell ami walked Bonner, Arnold Stall ings, Michael Stewart, Ter-

( are Jackie Robinson, Honorary chairman of the into the sheriffs office rance McCl ain. Dennis McIntosh Felicia Williams

group; Jim Brown, Pepsi-Cola Co. one of the last week to report Jolita Simmons, Harold Buggs Earl Brown, Marice

$ co-sponsors, and Howard Cosell, Sports Director that his wife was Barnett, Etta Mae wooten, Kerry Rousseau and Pa-

ABC-TV Network. missing.How tricia White.Speaking .

ON THE GREEN SWARD Pocket billiard enthusiasts of the Chi- long, ? a deputy of cultural affairs of interest to

cago Cubs and L.A. Dodgers took time out recently in New York Commission Holds Regular Session asked him. Teens, I must say something about the 1963 Fine

I'' Mets' Charlie Neal's'billiard emporium--Los Angeles.Shown relaxing About 35 years Bell ami Arts Festival. This affair was way oat front In
TALLAHASSEE A regular Thursday. May 9, according providing an aesthetic experience for all who
on the pool table prior to launching of the recent ma- replied.He .
jor league season are from left: Billy' Williams. Lou Brock of business meeting of the .to A. D. Aldrich, director. said he had learned attended. included in the Arts Festival were

the Cubs: host Neal and Cubs' Ernie Banks. Game and Fresh Water Fish The meeting site was lo- recently that his wife sculpture, ceramics, special exhibits (paper-

Conmission: was held in the Cated at 440 North Monroe may be in the Tallulaharea make pictures and designs aade in mosaic)

I ROYAL ART STUDIO Bit bybit,, .every' Conference Room, TallahasSt reet. Tallahasseesee and decided to X"line "S

litter bit hurts! Federal Savings and Interested sportsmen ana report the facts "for \ color ) designs, cowHnity planning, oil
'1 515 DAYIS STREET Loan Association Talla- general public attended \" paintings.drawings.pasUl drawings."string" .
the information of thesheriff" J space
t KEEP MER- hassee, at 9:00 a. m the meeting
Order Now at Reduced Prices s office.

E This column salutes the many future artists.Our .
Introducing 1963 Jax Suns vital statistics for this week: LeclieUggams
ladiiidoals Family Groups Clubs Teen who is really on top. flh* had 11
of training before joining Hitch Miller's
I PITCHERS group. Beautiful, talented Leslie is 19 years old,

SEPIATONE Abernathy Ted Wade R R 6:04 208R Stanley, N. CarolinaNew 3/6/33 Jacksonville 45 5. 2 1.88 5 ft., 6 in. tall, brown eyes black hair llae isa

Ceccarelli, Art E. L 6:00 195L Haven Conn. 4/2/30 Jacksonville 34 15 13 3.54 student at the Jalliard School of Masic.brighter. .

Quality Photographs Cuellar, Miguel L 6:00 165L Las Villas Cuba 5/8/37 Monterrey 37 11 6 3.60

; Donnelly. Ed J. ,' L 6:00 185R Philadelphia, Pa. 8/5/32 Jacksonville 34 9 3 3.00

f CHURCHESWEDDINGSSOCIALSDial Gomez' Ruben ( R 6:00 175R Arroyo, Puerto Rico 7/13/27 Jacksonville 12 8 0 2.28

dev-Minn. 21 2 3 4.52
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H Hartman, Robert L. L 6:00 195R Kenosha, WisconsinE. 10/29/37 e-Salt Lake 20 1 8 5.14
Hawkins Wynn F. R 6:03 195R Palsetine, Ohio 2/20/36 JacksonvilleJacksonville 13 2 7 5.25 .

John, Thomas E. L 6:03 180R Terre Haute Ind. 5/27/43 8 2 2 4.76
Maranda, Georges H. R 6:01 195R Levis, Quebec Can. 1/15/32 Minnesota 32 1 3

3 Schaffernoth, Joe R 6:04 190R Trenton, New JerSeySt. 8/6/37 Jacksonville 30 18 11 2.67 /fI ter. -

You Seek The Best Doctor Siebert, Wilfred R 6:03 190R Mary's, Mo. 1/14/37 Charleston 29 15 8 2.91

When Your Doctor PrescribesGet Tyriver, Dave .- R 6:00 163R Oshkosh, Wisconsin 11/31/37 Salt Lake 41 7 6 3.71

Experienced pharmacists Weaver D. Floyd R 6:04 195R Ben Franklin Texas 5/15/41 Salt Lake 42 10 10 5.50

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'- Orders. We Use Only The thiti. Harry; R 6:02 220 Kincaid Illinois 11/16/32 Jacksonville 235 .336 12 44
Dr. C. E. BlackProprietor .
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.-.':.' 3' REGISTERED PHARMACISTS TO SERVE YOU Barker Raymond. H. R 6:00 195R Martinsburg, W. Va. 3/12/36 Jacksonville 544 .263 25 93

** A COMPLETE LINE OF Brown Larry R 5:11 165R Shinnston W. Va. 3/1/40 Jacksonville 413 .252 7 42 fad Io--
Cosmetics u' Lund, Gordon R 5:11 170R Iron Mt. Michigan 2123/41 Salt Lake 518 .268 3 49
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PRESCRIPTIONS CALLED FOR AND DELIVERED.Lilly's OUTFIELDERS Wise Kendall Cole R 6:00 170L Lafayette Indiana 8/8/32 245 .265 3 29 .putt SpotseAgtSm

Drug Store Bond, Walter F. R 6:07 222R Denmark, Tenn. 10/19/37 Salt Lake 472 .320 11 76

More Jon, Daniel R 6:01 175L Havana Cuba 7/21/30 Jacksonville 369 :249 6 58

Washington, Tony L 6:03 185 Chicago, Illinois 4/13/37 Salt Lake 500 .312 19 81 8si x
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', Williams Bill R R 6:03 195 Newberry, S. C.TRAINER 6/13/33 Salt Lake 557 .305 14 72
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StiBMAY MAY 11, 1983 t i FLORIDA STAR 4 t thE S

1; v Fla. A & M Developer Top Sprinter, During Hayes Sitting Out Stint

B | Guy Named Bob Harris Promises Former Olympic Champion Extols Youths' Athletic Accomplishments

I'! -. f. ...... ....Mil UN..' I I I ..-.-. .u.-..,.....-....- MBM
!::. To Uphold Hayes -Pwcmore Standards :': J. r

:: TALLAHASSEE---After two years In the shadow of

t:- internationally known sprint champion Bob Hayes

::- and fleet-footed Robert Paremore, Florida A. and

,,:- M. University speedster Bob Harris has emerged

.::: as a dasher in his own right. ___

Hayes, the world's fastest world today," said Harris. .
:':::;human, is sitting out collegiate "He.s. been having some t -

: : competition and luck but he'll lower +
'. tough ,' ,, :-
:;::Paremore .signed a pro the marks in the sprints ;

::football; contract with the before the Olympics in
:, :St. Louis Cardinals at '64," related Harris.
::: the close of the '62 sea-
Harris is much faster
::: son. Now Harris has blos- than track fans think, "

:::-somed into the limelightThe opined Hayes. "His best

21-year old 5-11, performances have been in

170-poundsenior sociology the relays, but he has

major from Lakeland is come into his own in the
sprinting the hundred in dashes .
100 and 220-yard ,
9.4 and setting his sightson ..
he said.
that time. t
lowering f :
With Hayes sitting out _. '
"Uj start is horrible" collegiate competitionthis d. i"3

Quipped the Rochelle High '' ...' ,
-' ) \- $' '+ :
year, Harris has already :1;:
prep star. This was one of copped gold medals 4\; ; ) :,::P < .; : ., .

the main fallacies of for the 100-yard dash in ..",.;&,,,-, ."'._-.:.,'...,.....''., -.-. ,..._, "",.,. "" .,:-"'_. :. ..' .-w---.,, ,.t4 B-r ...,.. ..'<, '.. .. ,,;.L.:'....",",!,-. ,_"'
Hayes. Hayes has improvedhis the Alabama State Relays TWO-TIME-tormer U--S-O.JqJic pole vaulting champion awards to the various winners. Rev. Richards, who Winners receiving placques from left were: A.

start through good and the South Carolina Rev. Bob Richards paid a welcome visit last also won the United States Decathlon crown three Nixon, Leroy Ibbinson. Miss Emma Hightower (extreme
coaching and hard work, State Invitational. He Saturday morning to the windup session of the times, then demonstrated various techniques in the
right), supervisor, and her Jax Recreation Department -
and Harris thinks he will both meets. He annual totary Track and Field Meet on NorthwesternHigh shotput photo
sped'9.4 in ( right), pole vault, and challengedhis staff, sponsored the events.
be better by starting battled a down pour of School's athletic field and after a brief attentive audience who are interested in

time in the SIAC track rain in South Carolina. talk on physical fitnesspresented handsome placque sports to follow a course of selfless dedication. (Royal Art Photos by C. J. Simon)
and field championships
in Atlanta this -weekend. -,

Harris ran on the 440 and Negro Athletes Employ Tigers Continue Winning WaysCHAMPIONS
880-yard relay teams with

Hayes, Paremore and Al '- .'.: -.,
Austin last spring. The Talents Off Season ,- :- : : ;

880-yard team posted the

best mark in the countryin A look at the present day versity.
pitcher Brooks Lawrenceis e
62 (1:23.0). professional Negro
Ex-heavyweight champion
owner-operator of a .I'S. r. s ref
Hayes is perhaps the athletes reveal they are .drB I w it rtl Rfll l +.rt 1 QtaQertr. n
32-lane bowling emporiumin Floyd Patterson invests I ... .aac.ta rrr. ar v
fastest sprinter in the realists in the true sense .. sc 1wa .r:+. aN nwt '
Toledo, Ohio and heavily in stocks and := r z.rQ.ratrr.rwt M
of the world. No more does bonds and Cassius (The >R ? atoa. rta. Q.r
Johnson Washington Senator'sChurch et *
SetsTitle .. .....- : .... 1 .r
the play-for-pay pro Hinton, the team's Lip) Clay is being master- : a .actor. ,,.
Defense athletic figure, he can go only .300-hitter in 1962 minded by a group of r.. s a -x
on forever while in the heads Kentucky financiers. Court : wa.gyn...
an insurance
com- ;: i
meantime spending his Hightower has
ace Wayne
For Los Vegar pany in the nation'scapitol. 'w '
money faster than it is an off-season stint witha ,-.

earned.In real estate company and ... t,
Big Walter Dukes former
summing up today's Negro Seton Hall U. All- middleweight George Ben- -II

professional athlete, American, who later played ton of Philadelphia is ..rDM
9 v., connected with North
one might easily composea with the Detroit Pistons a
ro tune-- 'there Philadelphia tavern.
has obtained his law degree rt
tomorrow. Hightower by. the way +
practices law in
A quick look-see into also owns a couple of r. -
New York. He also operatesa 1 s : :
the extra-earnings cur- apartments in West Phila- % : .
travel bureau.
ricular of some of today's Several delphia. '7 o-d.. .,.
pros name
stars reveal: and efforts haveenhanced Trading
Boston Celtics' Bill Rus- beer
> companies sales includes -
sell operates a rubber John Henry Johnson '
ai en
,' r plant in Africa and expects Herb Adderley, Willie Invade Sims'Ball '7 a z T -
make his home A. t..r. .
to r e R >
Davis Lenny Lyles and Part(
there after his playing Frank Budd.Pioneer .
days are over. Another pro Jackie Robinson It has finally happened

basketball giant Wilt last year was promoted toa Trading Stamps have Invaded Ia Y YY

Chamberlain owns a fabulous vice presidency of Chock the baseball park.
.' night club in New Full 0' Nuts and is alsoa The Jacksonville Suns announced -

Slated to York is getting today that their ... .. ,... .
City stockholder with the -" "' ''''' -- '- -" ---
have been held here under ready to erect an apart- company. Jimmy Brown game against the Richmond ---Winning championships has become boasted the strongest field in the event's

the banner of local pro- ment building in Californiaand Bobby Mitchell Ernie Virginians on Tuesday, infectious at Edward Waters College history. Team members kneeling from left

moter Herman Taylor, the also operates a Davis and Oscar Robertson May 21 at 7:30 p.m., will under the. expert direction of Coach Clif- are: Ulysses Thomas Willie London, Louis

world lightheavyweight basketball school in upstate are public relations be termed Colonial-Gold ford (Jack) Paul whose track and field team Hill and James Clark. Standing frOM left:

championship bout between New York. staffers with PepsiColaCo. Bond Stamp Night. And all copped the Southeastern Athletic Con- Johnny Hooks, trainer; Freddie Jones, John

Champion Harold Johnsonand Hoping to play anotherpro fans will benefit thereby ference' annual track and field title held Love Bobby Grover, Julius Mack James

hard-hitting Henry baseball season againin Roy Camp an el la, is owner under a real "trade" recently in Savannah, Ga. This year's event Butler, James Gooden and Coach Paul

Hanks of Detroit, will be Japan Don Newcombe of one of the most suc- Everyone coming to the (Phntn- hv, Ralt_.. I'"'
held June 1 in Las Vegas, takes care of his tavern cessful package stores in game has only to make a

it was announced lastwe and apartment buildings New York City. One of purchase at a Colonial A & I Cites i Hockey Star &lli I"Qtfelfftt'

ek. during the off-season. The basketball's cleverestGuy -- Store in Jacksonville and :
The 15-rounder will be _, __
Harold first Negro player in the Rodgers--invests his Jacksonville Beach in Top StudentsBY Gains HeirLOS : r. :- : -

Philadelphian Johnson's first title defense -'American League Larry earnings in blue chip Florida and Brunswick and ANGELES -- Hockey Jti fr s !i:' rid; i.'m liNour EL 4.1468
Doby, sells real estate infew stocks and Boston Celtics'Sam Waycross, Georgia and you EARL S. CLANTON III received a probably aspir- .

for 1963. Jersey. Jones recently earned will receive a FREE coupon ant here last week when (GOl'RMKT CORNER
Cincinnati Reds his masters at Boston Uni- worth 75 cents each for NASHVILLE Columbia.Tennesseeborn it was Los Angeles Blades 'w Tfc. NM-Cf.ri..itt Wk Len Tile 18.... aM.

Conference Affendees adults and 25 cents for Janie star Willie O'Ree and his CONCH MEAT ow ....o, t. 49c

children toward the pur- Ogilvie. basketball player wife became the proud KING CRAB LEGS 1I.0e. ,,... 'I00)
MIAMI---Dr. Melvin 0. Alston dean of the school chase of any grandstand Gerald Durley and engineering parents of a 6-pounds. 2- Tri..e4 ...* Spl I" c.... Wr pM4 J

of education; Mrs. Gertrude Simmons, assistant ticket at the ball park. student Napoleon ounce baby boy Kelvin -

professor of secondary education, and Dr. Anne And it doesn't stop therf,Hornbuckle won the top Douglas C1 Fee.
Gayle, professor of education all of FloridaA. When you buy your ticketat student-elected spots for Known as the Jackie Lb. :

and M. University, attended the Teacher Educa- the ball park, you get Tennessee State Uni- Robinson of hockey. Willie FRESH WATER SALT

tion Advisory Council meeting here on April 1-2. 25 FREE Gold Bond stamps versity's 1963-64 school O'Ree broke into the ice CATFISH 49c MULLET ROE lkS9c

The theme of the meeting concerned the qualityand plus--a coupon for 50 more year in a campus election game's ranks with the u. SALT

quantity of the specialization area for elementary FREE stamps with a pur- this week. Boston Bruins and later Rnhcd from tho Potomac MULLET lYe

education majors.r' chase of any Gold Bond Miss Ogilvie a political became the property of the STRIPED u.
merchant except Colonial.And science major won the BASS LI. 45c
Los Angeles Blades.
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"Miss Tennessee State
there's Several
more. O'Ree is a native of LARGE
University'title with
hundred thousand Trading Fredricton, N. B., Canada.
Stamps will be given to 771 votes over Indianapolis Mrs. O'Ree is the nieceof RED L6 3 5 C MULLET
the holders of lucky Indiana's Sheila Mrs. Ruth Washington, STEAKFISH 5Sc
Baltimore who polle4 663. wife of Sentinel publisher BASS _
numbers which will be announced -
OTIS GREEN, we' re talk- Um+t4 And*
the Basketball letterman Dur- Leon H Washington rieziN
ing about. He drives during game. LIMITED *
New Deal Cab 15 Day. Don't forget the date, ley paced Alfred Gross by Jt POMPANO O T La.'IZO WHITING u. 3r

Wherever you want togo Tuesday, May 21, Jacksonville 107 votes for the Student The forward from Denver. SPECKLED TROUT u. sr
Council presidency. !
Otis Green is at against Richmond. Colorado was recently
I service. He'llget Y psychology honor student .initiated into Kappa Delta[ LARGE MEDIUM SHRIMP u.' St"
your 568 votes to become ,
you there safely e Wildcat leader pulled .'P< _I I
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letterman selected to head I
;:. Mr. Green has been .. ...
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Is Sallie Mothers Department : Hosts Staff Members Annual Ht ors Day

DAYTONA BEACH---The Set fer May 13tk /
women's faculty and '

staff 014 Bethune-Cooban ST. AOeD8TIN3---The
.- Annual ROBOTS' Day Program -
College sponsoringa ""
are a ai nil L.7 :- '
will be held at
Day Program
on Sunday May 12, at Florida Normal aad Ia-
i sfial: Memorial COllege -
3:30 the Gertrude
Hotchklss Heyn Memorial May 13, at 11 the Afidersoa Hall
Chapel, Bethune-Cookman
College. At this time
This anawal affair is
they will present the
t sponsored by tee Alpha
Bethune-Cookman College
Phi Chapter of the Alpha
Daytona "Mother
Kappa Mu national horror
of the Year. The .
society of which Jesse
bomred mother is being
L. Andersoa is presi-
selected by popular
dent. President R. l.
rote of the persons in
Puryear aad Mrs. B. H.
the Greater, Daytcna
Puryear are the faculty
Beach area.
i advisors for the honor
Miss Martha Berhel
M. ,
College librarian is S- 8 _
The speaker for the
chairman of the honor
day pr tgraa along with rt program will be Dr.
Li-- I John R. Larkin, M.S.W.,
Mrs. Omra Shell, of the -
Education Department as LL.D. consultant for

co-chairman and Mrs. +f j the North Carolina
__ -I State Board of Public
Vernella Berryman,
Everyone is invited to Presiding during the

participate in this TASTY REPAST Advanced Foods Class students at Edward Waters College under Fconomics major and hostess serves Coach Clifford Jack) Paul. Mrs. Bettye program will be JesseL.

program by sending the supervision of their departmental head Mrs. Jessee Y. Fears, feted the long, Coach Thomas Barton and Miss Mildred Tucker. Seated from left; Dr. R. Andersoa. other par-

In your choice for the college faculty recently. It was a phase of practical training students receive Scarf Mrs. Gwendolyn Austin, Mrs. Sara stewart Mrs. Vera Bussey, Mrs. Er- ticipants will Include

"Mother of the Year" before completing the course. In photo left. Miss Margaret Nixon.Home nestine Edwards and Ernest Franklin. Gwendolyn Batie, who

and by attending this (Photos By Baker ) will give the invocation -

program. AME ChurchMother Dinah's Disc Tops Jazz Fare ** POLICE REPORTS * scripture; Pearline and prayer Quary,;

Bertilda Garnica, the
FLIM FLAMMERS ANGERED WOMAN during an argument at her occasion; JereleneFlower
are being made CHICAGO-ANP---To this writer it has always
FIND HARVESTFlimFlammers STABS BOYFRIENDAn house. 1015 Odessa Street will give an
Btotd U.IGISCHICAGOANPThe for the annual Men' s seemed that Dinah Washington blossomed suddenlyupon
said Ben
Mrs. Gregory original reading; Aadrea
Day observance at Midway the jazz scene. From the tine Dinah Joined
a- argument between a Gregory was beating her. McNeil, introduction of
AME Church Sunday, May the Lionel Hampton orchestra back in the early gain last Saturday when "Lady Love" and her boy and that is the reason she speaker; Dr. B. H.

National Labor Relations 26. 1940s, she has been a national singing sensa- they used a young 20yearold friend ended with +the boy stabbed him. He was takento Puryear will present the

Board will revoke cer- Officers for the observance tion; a singer who sings the blues as it oughtto woman as their victim. friend going to the hospital Duval Medical Centerby awards. Music will be

tification of the unionsas are: F. 0. be sung with richness and soulful inner. Police reports indicated with injuries. police carARGUMENT rendered by the college

bargaining agents Henry, chairman; Allen meaning. that Miss Betty McKenzie Oliver Thorn ton, 53, of CAUSES choir under the direction -

upon evidence of racial Thomas, co chairman; But if evidence is needed to pinpoint various 20, of 1116 W. 6th Streetwas 1770 Davis Street seated COUPLE'S ARREST of Kenneth J.

discrimination, BoydS. Gregory wells, secretary stages of Miss D's development, it is cmtained approached by a woman that his lady friend lira Mrs. Margaret Johnson. 48 Huenink.

Leedom, NLRB mem- ; Everhart Williams, in her recently released Mercury album, "ThisIs unknown to her while she Flora Howard. 47, of the of 510 Davis Street received Among the long list of

ber, said here recently.The treasurer; Allen Thomas, My Story," which spotlights many of her was in J.C. Penny's Store same address grew angry- treatment at Duval special awards to be

NAACP has been Curtis Williams, financial songs hits. This. biographical disc is the featureof and told her the man with because he was talking to Medical Center for injuries presented during the

urging the agency to committee.Rev. this week's review. Details of this and the her had .found some money another female and sug- resulting from a Honors' Dey program will

adopt this policy for J.W. Jones, pastor other disc in the review follow: and desired to share it gested they go home fight. be the Florida Normal

sometime. will serve as chairmanof THIS IS MY STORY:" --Mercury LP (2-103). with her. Thornton said when he refused Mrs. Johnson stated that and Industrial Memorial

Leedom, who was NLRB the pro gran committee. Tunes: "Salty Papa Blues;" "It Isn't Fair The woman persuaded Miss to go Mrs. Howard she was stabbed in the College tuition awardof

chairman in President Members are: F. 0. (to Love You)" ; "Mixed Emotions;It "Since I McKenzie to go with them struck him in the face left shoulder by her boyfriend
$350 to the highest
Ii .enho er' 5 administration Henry, Walter Daniels, Fell for You;" "Time Out for Tears" ; "Stormy to Hemming Park, where she with her hand and stabbed Clarence Whaley. ranking Junior.

added Allen Thomas and W. P. Weather;" "I wanna Be Loved" ; "Tell Me was told to leave $50 to him in left shoulder witha 50. of 510 Davis Street

that the board can police Cox. S. C. Hart, C. C. Why;" "if I Loved You" ; "Trust in Me" ; 'Hake show good faith. The small pocket knife. last Sunday.She Thank You

certification of Clark, H. J. Hart, Believe Dreams" ; "Unforgettable;" "This smooth talking woman told The injured man was takento was taken to Duval Thanks to the workers aDd

Bitter Earth "Harbor "What Dif- the young victim she had Duval Medical Medical Center friends for their efforts
unions under the law, Sunday: School committee; ; Lights; a Center by by patrol

but until recently had Everhart Williams, ference a Day Made" ; Baby, You've Got What It already left $125 with private carand received wagon. Whaley said his and votes For this privilege -

paid "lip service only Charlie Robinson, Neo Takes' ; 'Dream' ; "Cold, Cold Heart" ; another person. treatment for his wound. girl friend hit him on the and your confldeuce,

to the principle of Black shear, usher com 'Such a Night'I; Won't Cry Anymore. Miss McKenzie gave them Investigating officers head with a Jug. He also I an grateful.

actually giving fair mittee; Charlie Robinson Personnel: Dinah, Brook Benton, vocals; Joe five $10 bills and was said Thornton stated he received hospital trea*.- ff. M. BroadwayPd.
told to go to 49 W. Duval would not ment. -- Pol. Adr. ....
representation under a Gartual Daniels, Newman, trumpet; Billy Byers, trombone; others
certification." Gregory Wells, tag unidentified. Quincy Jones, conductor. Street. When she returned, Patrolmen Marvin Young

Leedom 56, a former committee; Curtis This album is really a summary of Dinah's the man and woman were and Henry Harley investi- !
gone police said. ,Miss Motley Enterprises
Justice of the South Williams, C. C. Clark, biggest hit tunes..The story lies inthe rich gated.

Dakota Supreme Court, F. 0. Henry, music and vivid thoughts associated with each. McKenzie went home and . . . .
called rolice.The
said the U. S. Supreme committee; & C. Clark, Needless to say, most of the tunes are taken from BREAK IN. RESULTS
tion of the
couple was EDGEWOOD
Court decision in the S. G. Hart, W. P. Cox, old masters, but Dinah' voice remains unmarredby broadcast IN $30 ITEAMS LOSS
police reported -
school integration case decoration committee; the mechanics of reproduction. .. .The songsin I CLEVELAND ROAD f'W

in 1954 clarified the Rev. J.W. Jones, Walter two categories: old sentimental ballads and Fgt L.C. Williams con- The tool shed which belongs -

NLRB's authority in Daniels, F. 0. Henry, blues, and other tunes with which Miss D has had ducted the investigation. to the Mattox Flec- PO 5.9494

racial discriminationIssues. Allen Thomas, publicity great success recently. .. ;In the latter class tract COmpany 3545 Old St
. . .
committee. are "Harbor Lights, which she sings with a Augustine Road was broken '
"That outlawed the Each member has been great deal of romantic feelings, and 'Septem- into last Monday and three
method used by some asked to pay $15 in ber... ," which she swings lightly and still retains AFTER CUTTING MATEA coils of electric wire & 45th STREETPO

unions to se t up this effort. the melody. .These two songs alone are valued at $30 was reported

separate, but 'equal'he Mt. Olive PreparingFor well worth the price of the disc..But then domestic fight ended missing by the foreman 5.9287 ___ __I-

said in an interview there is added thrill in "Salty Papa," thesongstory last The shed which is located -
Saturday with the
in the Universityof Spirited Men'sDay of a vexed lover; the piognant ballad wife receiving injuries on the campus of New

Chicago's dcwntown ObservanceRev. "Stormy Weather;" and, of course, Dinah'sown that caused her to be Stanton High School where ARMOURCHITTERLINGS

center. specialities including, "I Wanna Be hospitalized for treat- new additions are being
B.J. Williams, pastor Dotft .. "Teach Me" ... constructed
Hurt. and
Leedom explained that Loved, "I ; ment, police reported. was entered by
and the membershipof
the board does not have Mt.. Olive are invitingthe Some of her recent singing duets with Benton are Mrs. Evelyn Brown. 35, of prying the padlock and

power under the law to entire community to also presented here..Those who have followed 1917 Baldwin Street.stated hasp from the door, the ,10 .Ibs. $2.09

revoke the certification -, share in the preliminariesand Miss Washington's career will experience many that her husband. Willie foreman said.

of unions whose the Men's Day fete vivid memories listening to this LP: and the Brown, 41, cut her over . . .

officials are corruptor which is scheduled Sunday. younger set will enjoy it just as much for its the left eye with a knife COMMON LAW HASSLE ARMOUR PURE PORK

gangsters. May 19th with a daylong rich entertainment value...A WONDERFUL SALUTE TO during an argument.Investigating ENDS IN AN ARREST $1 00

_series of programs THE QUEEN OF THE BLUES. officers SAUSAGEMEATY 3 lb. .

said they found Mrs. Brown Ben Gregory. 44. of 703
Deacon Coleman I Is Birthday HonoreeDeacon
.JtciJe Gte *xv The Doable Feature at 2129 Yulee Street and Oakley Street was treatedfor

.. sent her to Duval Medical stab wounds at Duval
E. S. Colemanof to the residence, the
Papas Laugh Fest of tbe Year the Holy Church of large attendance of Center. The officers said Medical Center last Mon- 29o
Delicate Condition they checked at the Bald-
STARTS SUNDAY the Living God was the family members and day. Neck Bones
r nancoioi recipient of a surprise friends saluted him win Street address but Gregory said his common- 3 lb I _.
the husband was not there. law wife. Annie Bell
The STRAND birthday party last with the singing of .
Patrolmen R.M. Repper and Gregory. 34, stabbed him
Thursday in the home of Hay Birthday. He was

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