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Title: The Florida star
Uniform Title: Florida star (Titusville, Fla.)
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Language: English
Publisher: S.W. Harmon
Place of Publication: Titusville Fla
Creation Date: May 25, 1963
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Dates or Sequential Designation: Began in 1880; ceased in 1917?
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., h :+A d A 1962 ruling which has

-.sBUS CRASHES CANAL .4 temporarily barred William -

Y Bernard Langley from

operating Ebony Cabs in

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Youth Found fcyitttR Try MeiliatiRg Feud ; Harvesters the Florida the second Supreme time Court when


Were Ettroufe I IN Wednesday in refusing to

Guilty MMaA's Fear Fllre Up At Baccalaureate b review an appeal upheld

Home From JobsBELLE previous action of the
Deattli7' Although the situation that exploded last week
GLADE---Final .. .r District Court of Appealsin
at Edward Waters College is all but quiet, con-
being Tallahassee.
preparations were
i cerned AME Church-people are hopeful that with 'I +
made for funerals for R .4 13 LY. I n' its original com-
the forming of a citizens committee to arbitratethe .
Cab Co
Harvester workers t x : p1 nt. the Deal
.{,1'-( matter, a solution may be found to the rift 27-Negro m S 3 that Langley.
,last h larged
killed here
4y'' '. that threatens to bring disaster to the institution -
'.:, .Saturday when 'their bus whi headquarters were

. into 20-foot located outside of the
v It was learned this plunged a
the lack of educational city limits was operatinga

week that following a facilities are two of deep canal. taxi cab business inside
Total dead as the result M
series of demonstrationsby
the main factors that accident the city without benefitof
the
of
students a citizens will delay, and pos- 9 3 a city permit
termed the worst bus
committee was formed sibly, prevent Edward New Deal further claimed
in state history
k gPFPCFLL with DeVaughn W. Sweet, Waters' accreditationas crash that although Langley's
were nine men,five women:
e Duval Vocational Night a 4-year college by state permit authorizedonly
and thirteen children. "S
School principal servingas the Southern Associa- ..f occasslonal trips to
Fifteen survivors man- .r _
Chairman of the Committee tion of Colleges and y within the city, it was
aged to escape from the
on Higher Education High Schools.It only a subterfuge to pickup -
bus. There were 42 per-
HOPKINSA and Chester Cowart, is the consensus zy passengers from within
sons riding on the bus
principal of Douglas amon.g. laymen as well and outside of city
17-year old youth was at the time of the ,ac-
found guilty of manslaughter Anderson' .High' School '.as. students that a. ..cident.,_' ,, ,. -...-.*.. t .* 11 emits
serving a; chairman of :continuous line of .' Langley contended that
Wednesday by a
menthe
The disaster came
for the Committee on Social bishoprlcal domination the state permit autho-
Crininal Court jury
migrants workers
rized him to transport
Action. the school is
the last Jan. 13 death ofa over
old The purpose of the body hindering its progress. were leaving the vege- passengers across city
42-year man table fields for the day
:
lines In either directionHe
Scheduled to be sentenced is to study the situa- Although the Edward
in Edgar Lee Anderson's'Poor had also been denied a
JudgeA tion and offer recom- Waters College choir is
Criminal
June 4 by Boy Slims Bus." city permit by the City
Lloyd Layton Is Per- mendations to Bishop W. programmed to sing for
A truck driven by James ui Council on several occasions -
cell Hopkins of 503 NorthSt Ball and President the baccalaureate q i
.
Sconyers, 34, of Belle
who was charged with William B. Stewart who exercises Sunday, the
Glade attempted to pass i- In later action, a Circuit -
the fatal-pushing of Leo- appeared to be headingfor student body is wonder- i
the bus when the right Court issued a temporary -
nard Lee Sutton of 949 a clash over man- ing whether the school s ':'
rear fender of his injunction preventing
Jefferson St. Lane. agement of the college. choral group will be
from
truck snagged the front Langley operating
The prosecution testi- Several members of asked off the stage by left bumper of the bus. :. within the city, but the

fied that Hopkins rushed the body refused to the Bishop and replacedby The two vehicles were .' i. .'t," decree was later reversedby

Sutton, who was drinkingat discuss its findings or a local church choiras ur.KF.Sl: over feuding management policies at Fdward the District Court of
said to have proceeded
the time, to the ground what recommendationswill was done during the together for about 75-ft Waters College resulted in non-violent demonstrations Appeals and then refused

twice during a scuffle. be offered. It was last Founders Day cere- here last week. Sign-earring picketing groups voiced protestsin subsequent reviewing by
when the bus broke away
is said to have all areas of the ca One of the main
Sutton learned however, that monies. rus. reasons for the the State Supreme Court.

died of a fractured skull the committee was to It was learned that and plunged down a movement was the students inability to secured deposited The District Court had

{ after his head struck a present its recommendations any such "humiliation"to 10-ft embankment into monies when needed due to Bishop <<.F. Rail Br's absence from ruled that if New Deal's

street curbing.The to the Bishop and the school's choir the water. the college. His signature is needed to release funds. Other contentions were su-

six-man Jury found the President at a meeting will be met with a Divers worked through- reported inequities included the college's physical facilities stained any taxi cab

t he young defendant called for Thursday complete walk-out. out the night to raise and accreditation status. with a state permit would
the bus and its victimsranging -
guilty after 20minutesof night after the Florida Clinic Slated be unable to cross municipal -
deliberation. Baby in age from 6 Community sB i Racial Communication "Gabriel's11 HornIs
STAR had gone to press. boundaries unless

plained Although Sutton the advanced defense on The flames of dis- By Afro American to An 65.official said he Breaks Down Over Segregation it held a permit from the

content flared last Silenced particular municipality
the defendant with a doubted whether plans tiQ.. 2 QIl-Itl..S1&ht
week when students got
Ins. Co. In Jax
witnesses refutedthe for a mass funeral
knife an unfounded rumor that ST. AUGUSTINE---Efforts by local Negro Flush Skinner 343ft St. JohnsSchool
since
statement. the Bishop was planningto would develop leaders to sit down and iron out local Spruce Street known to
-All Mothers I
Maximum sentence for man- fire the president. ATTENTION there were so. many racial problems with white officials has baseball fans around the Suit

slauguter is 20 years. demonstra- families involved.Sconyers resulted in refusal of the City Fathersto Jacksonville Baseball parkas
They began will
A free baby clinic bookedfor
Elderly Man tions on the eve cf the be held Monday. May 27th manslaughter was with honor their requests, thus leaving the "Gabriel" because of Set For July 1stU

Board of Management's through Thursday, May bond set at local NAACP Branch with no other alter- his familiar horn blowingat
being
his native but to demonstra- will not be S District Judge Bryan
meeting at the college 30th. 1963 at the Afro- stage protest the games

Is Shot Twice and have continued American Life Insurance $2,500. tions, it was learned Here this week. seen nor heard anymore at Simpson has set July 1

daily since. The pro- Company. Home office. 101 During a lengthy and the park.Skinner. for the St. Johns County

testing students clam- East Union Street. Fall From Bed exclusive interview Emancipation of Procla- who can easilybe public schools suit which
mation last January 1.
ly GrocerA ored with signs "im All babies between the with an NAACP source classed as Jackson- was filed by Negro residents -
Under the no-civil-
provements," "better ages of 6 weeks and 2 this week, the STAR ville's No 1 fan met his seeking fall integration
Kills Infant service-status for Negroes -
75-year old man wad facilities" and charged years old will receive a learned that community death at the corner of of the county
listed in critical condi- biracial relations it was learned Lee and Church Streets schools. it... aaaoencedWednesday.
"promises and not thorough examination free.
tion at Duval Medical action.** Clinic hours are scheduled A 9-Week-old infant have suffered a complete that Negroes handle between 11:15 p.m and 11: .

Center after having been to 11:00 fall from a bed proved breakdown. supervisory assignmentswith 20 p m. Wednesday, police Filed on April 6, 1962.
It has been found thata from 9:00 a.m.
shot twice Tuesday by a to be fatal Sunday The Negro leaders the city water reported. plaintiffs allege that
system of dual direction a.m.
white Eastside grocery- of Presidentand Prizes will be awarded to afternoon after the grleveances include a department but are witnesses said Skinnerand S t. Johns County is

garage operator. Bishop is hinderingthe the healthiest babies; baby was pronounceddead long list of inequities classified only as an unknown man were; operating a biracial

Booked at city jail for progress of the institution cash prizes to all babies on arrival at Duval which include failureof laborers. The one standing on the corner of' school system and is

assualt to murder was the contest and Medical Center. Negro policeman in the Lee and Church Streest. calling for the federal
as it has in entering proper authoritiesto
Bill Watts 40-year old souvenirs for the mothers Detective Sgts. W. C. city is said to receive when they became engagedin I court to direct the school
the past, when .that name Negro representatives -
white operator of a garage type of operation was and babies. Examining Baber and F. A. Gruber to the city's his salary from the an argument which was\ board to immediately sub-

and grocery located at in effect. Physicians will be Dr W. said Melody Wilson the impending Quadricen- Chief of Police.Despite followed by a fight. mit a plaa to end racial

7110 Evergreen Ave. The The existence of dual W. Schell. Jr and Dr C. daughter of Mrs. Eliza- tennial observance letters to They said they saw Skinner segregation in the school

garage is located across B. McIntosh. beth Wilson of 1610 W. which local chain stores raise his horn as 11' system
starts
direction coupled with on a yearlong -
the street from the Fourth St. had been celebration in headquarters deploring attempting to strike, and'

grocery. Watts lives at left temporarily along 1965 segregated lunch counter then saw the susrect counter Golf Suit
Dade Classroom Teachers Integrate ; segregated public
1044 Alderside Street. with the other childrenin facilities, the representative and Skinner fell with
schools lunchrooms S ti
H.arill e
Receiving treatment in divulged that stab wound in the chest.
MIAMI---In an effort to make democracy a reality the care of Roosevelt public facilities; city a

Dual Medical Center is here, letters were received by all of Dade's Hill of 1494 W. 23rd and county hiring no replies have been Skinner was taken to Du For SaturdayThe

Arthur Wallace 15, of mother received although these val Medical Center and i
Negro teachers in the county school system inviting St. while the practices, and placing

806 E, 57th Street. them to join the previously all-white went to a grocery store. of Negroes on civil same concerns have desegregated pronounced dead 01, contempt hearing against -
said Fred Ohioto and
Police an argument Dade County Classroom Teachers Association it Hill said he Dad given service status. facilities in Arrival
occurred 58th St. and the baby its bottle and Jacksonville, Daytonaand The assailant fled the i officials of Hyde Park
was rported.
Local authorities are other at a rapid pace Golf Club. Inc which was
Evergreen. Declaring that it was the first of its kind for was sitting on a sofa also being criticized numerous scene
witnesses reported. scheduled to have been
However, witnesses claim the State of Florida.Pat L. Tornillo Jr., erA in the room when he for failure to issue Florida cities. J.J. Doe. F. aired Wednesday afternoon
president stated the action as "long overdue." heard the baby fall to Also cited was a wide- Patrolmen
that the two men first local ,
Negroes a parade Mack Sgts. B. W. Kendall In U.S District Court
Inconceivable to CTA the floor, police re- spread hate campaign
became embroiled in an "It was just as many until
permit in order for A. Havwey and Lt. G. E has been continued
members that could be proceeding with school ported.He being waged by candi- L.
argument and that Watts we them to observe the are investigating Saturday at 9:30 a m it
left the area and returned integration with integrated facilities and then took the baby centennial celebrationof dates for the May 28th Hurlbert, was announced.

nth a pistol. still have separate organizations" he stated. to the Medical Center. the signing of the runoff elections.





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J NEWS .e e POLITICS AS USUAL!] j

Published by the Florida Star Publishing Co. di. .
ember of Associated Negro Press" : BY ERIC I. SliPS II |

ERIC 0. SIMPS0N................MaiafMf Erfitsr ,, 1 ..BBBBBBBBBBBBBBHBBBBBBBKBBBBBBThe
Negro politicians are still pouting,
ALYSON E. WISE.News Eriitir t" branding and calling each other dirty
\\ names while the white politicians
HILDA WOOTEN CifCBJatmi Q\\ for the
ilaafer
most
part, are sipping
.. 1';t cocktails together \
and
even planning ways to cut their opponents -
MAIN IFFICE & PLANT ->' in on some of the political pies.

.. "I'; "' I,,.it" It is regrettable that Negro politicians
--,"2323. Moncrief' Road.....Phow ELii 4-6782- 4/. '_ ;in Duval and many other parts of Florida,
are so small minded that they fight wrong
:
-EL 4-6783 .'H- 1: p themselves over the paltry dollar bills
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the
MAILING political candidates pass out. The
liDlESS
: F split among Negro political leaders

P. 0. Bal 561, Jackseiville 1, Florida serves to weaken the strength of the
; _._. Negro vote. and that1 the way the folk
SUBSCRIPTION RATES downtown want it. It is their policy of
h divide and
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Mailed to You Anywhere in the United States v.
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FLORIDA STAR P.O. BOX 561 A few weeks ago during the'election
4' :l%Y ,t3.x period the Negro
Jacksonville 1, Florida areas looked like a
.
pepper and salt
community with the
white
I Failure To Open Pools politicians, their wives, their brothersand

their sisters running all over "col-
Causing Mounting Tensions ored town, as some of them call this

With local temperatures already hovering neighborhood.It .
daily between 80 degrees and 90 degrees, j.u. seemed that every time you looked u p
Jaxons can well expect to find themselves there was a white politician and his
sweltering in heat well above 90 degrees +? '0.3'Q Ov4a his aide knocking at your

as the summer wears on. door. They were real chur y. .,
As we anticipate the hot days that lie IT WILL BE EASIER WHEN THE OTHER LINK IS FORGED MR. PRESIDENT Talk about shaking hands! I j
ahead and become aware that within a few saw a politician shake four \
days thousands of boys and girls between -j Negroes' hands four times in i

7 and 17 years will be out ,of school, we one hour. Quite a few of then
begin to wonder what relief will our made integration look like

children be given from the anticipated Your WeeklyHoroscope I the custom rather than a
intense heat in the event the local City new innovation. -
Recreation Board does not see fit fo reopen But alas, since the votes '
the city's pools. have been counted and the SIMPSON

Not only was it an idiotic blunder on Guide > winners declared, I have laid eyes on
the part of the Recreation DepartmentBoss only one nominee, who tossed a party
who ordered the pools closed, but it for his workers on Kings Road..And it }
is also a mean inhuman act which resulted is amusing to see politicians trying to
in the deaths of at least three ly PABLO The ASTROLOGERWHICH look the other way when you encounter

youths who swam in swimming holes where them downtown. Try to get some of themon

danger and disease lurked.By ARE YOUR LUCKY DAYS FORBUSINESS the telephone so you might ask them
beating his chest and proclaiming he to do something that needs to be done in

closed the pools to avoid integration, TRAVELARIES your precinct. Your chances are better
LOVE
might make the Recreation Department Boss -=- _- u : getting _Astronaut Gordon Cooper on the
some sort of a hero to the segrega- phone. Mind you, these are the same

tionists. But there is stupidity and ment of your favorite ample financial resources. home and resting. people who returned your call at mid- i
futility in the whole idea; stupidity people. 8-30-14-12-62-834 9-60-99-14-91-969 night if that was the time they received f i
because closing of the pools denies Ne- your message.
1-90-68-16-34-198
groes as well as the majority of white Born March 21st thru LIBRA There is a move ofoot to get precinct
CAPRICORNBorn
children the use of the pools. This is April 19th leaders united so that they will get
CANCER Born Sept. 23rd thru Dec. 22nd thru after the proper elected officials
I like cutting off the nose to spite the to
Depressing
influences
may Born June 22nd thru Oct. 23rd
face. be Jan. 19th provide the needs in our community.
brought to bear on
The futility lies in the fact that after friendships and finances.If July 22ndIt Pay no mind to whatever Even if things on earth These are the men and women who will

closing the pools to avoid integration, you go about things has often been said people say or promise when seem rather dismal to you, have to work to get citizens registeredso
you look in some creek or go to the ,methodically you may find that one-has a million you have good reason to at times, you will see a that when election time rolls around
waterfront and you'll find colored and the way out of an Impasseand acquaintances but only doubt, their'sincerity' or promising glow on the again, these precinct leaders will be
white set the stage for justified in urging the residents to get
boys swimming together.It one true friend. You may reliability. You should horizon when you take the
is high time that colored and white greater productivity and have to determine the have discovered by now pains to lift your eyes behind a candidate and elect him or defeat -
parents demand the summer relief and higher monetary returns. validity of this old saw that you can depend almost heavenward. Refuse to be him as the case may be.
recreation which the re-opening of the You should continue in for yourself when you run wholly on your own intu- thrown into despair by All too often Negro political leadersgo

pools will provide, and for which they your resistance against up against monetary or ition, or, failing that, events or the outlook of into hiding with the elected candi-
-are paying in taxes. And it may be well pressured to blow up similar difficulties. Your in the experiences of the others. You should observe dates and are not seen until it is time
to ask what is the Recreation Department emotionally or to place chances of making the past. Be guided purely by a brilliant prospectand for them to come around with a handfulof
Boss doing with the money appropriatedfor wagers for -amounts you can right guess in this con- logic and practical con- great promise for the handbills and cards but very few good
the operation of the pools. ill afford to lose. It nection do not look very siderations in matters future by calling on your reasons are given as to why you should
The Negro citizens and the white too, looks as if you may have promising. You may exer- that affect your pocket- faith and believing in the vote for Joe BoIke for Mayor or Jim Blim
for that matter -- have waited patiently to spend Memorial Day cise better judgement and book and future security.If fulfillment of your hopes.It for Councilman. )
for the Recreation Department to act, resting or puttering arrive at sound decisions.If you are one of the is wiser to put off
but not a move has been made. We at the around. you are planning to lucky Librans who has a visiting the friends who JOBS FOR NEGRO YOUTHSIn

Florida Star make no claim of any special 5-40-66-13-59-546 celebrate Memorial Pay model mate or partner, have a depressing Influence -
talents for predicting the future, but make certain that condi- extract full advantagefrom on you until the a few weeks there will be scores of
as in 1960 when we warned of the dangerof tions are fairly safe and the fact to channel time when they have jobs being handed out to youths under the
racial TAURUS satisfactory. your ideas. summer employment program conducted by 'L
explosion, we base our expressions managed to solve their
on an understanding of the 210551892215LEO 3-50-11-17-48-351 problems. the City..and several Councilmen will
methods and emotions that prevail in this 1-90-33-16-32-193 be in a position to recommend boys and
community. Born April 20th thru girls for jobs to fill their quota.In .

So. to the Recreation Department heads, May 20th SCORPIO AQUARIUSBorn the past, most Councilmen passed the
the City Council and others concerned, There is Born July 23rd thru Born Oct. 24th thru Jan. 20th thru jobs on to white youths and except for
a possibilitythat Aug. 22ndIt
Nov. 22nd Feb. 18th isolated cases where a Councilman gavea
we say: Let not this quiet waiting for the grave difficul-
the pools to be re-opened be construed ties which you have been is not in your nature There is a growing opti- With so many contradic- job to one or two Negro leaders' sons
that the colored community is satisfiedwith compelled to face may havea to give in to anyone but mism-which could be Justi- tory forces operating In Negro youths were almost entirely left
the situation. As the heat increasesand higher purpose in your this may be made necessary fied, if it is matched by your life you could be out.
youths grow restless and their tem- life's pattern. They may i f you wish to have a your willingness to be more confused than ever This practice is wholly undemocratic and
pers rise, we may find these feelings have been intended to peaceful environment in patient during this last as to what you should do if the other Democratic Committeemen
being released in the form of demonstra- force you to recognize which to live and work. It quarter. Instead of taking to promote your welfare and Committeewomen feel as I do, these
tions and protests that often lead to vio- existing or latent talents would be advantageous to actions that can only be and interests. partnersdo Councilmen are going to have to'straighten
lence. and to Induce you to take make a confidential deal premature concentrate on not furnish enough up and fly right' and hand out some of
them up as your prime of a commercial or resi- the planning stages to support but you can take those jobs to Negro youths on a more
mission dential nature tf your facilitate progress when proportionate basis.I .
in the environment comfort from the thought
*
* * where they will be wishes and the opportunity the starting gun gives the that this picture is due think it will be a good idea to check

nourished and brought as coincide. You must first signal. The old argumentor to change very shortly. the number of jobs made available to "
make certain that all trouble that keeps the youths, along with the number of jobs
Atlanta Firms With Federal Bids near to perfection as is Take advantage of the only
possible. members of the family are family off balance per- favorable day to strengthen given to Negroes by each Councilman and
happy with your choice be- sists in hanging around. financial the results. When the Councilmen
your positionand publish
Hot Keeping Non Bias Pledges 7-20-33-14-83-723 ore you have sealed and There is one good day when alliances as they are come around next election, their recordsof
delivered it. Otherwise the future outlook regard- for youth in the
the most important fac- providing jobs Negro
Federal contractors in the Atlanta Ga. ypu may have to face reproaches Ing marriage end friend- tors in establishing the summer employment program would be an interesting -
area are not living up to their pledgesnot GEMINI and scenes that ships is promising. secure environment yon re- bit of information to confronthim
to discriminate against Negroes in are not likely to insure 6SO771929687SAGITTARIUS quire. with. The information would, -I dare

their employment practices an investigation Born May 21st thru much 470221574472VIRGO peace. 7-30-66-15-54-736 say, make a handsome handbill for the
has disclosed. June 21st purveyors of political pamphlets to pass
Investigations have disclosed that only Born Nov. 23rd thru PISCES out and stuff in mailboxes.

four branches of 24 companies were com- If have succeeded in Dec. 21st Born Feb. 19th thru
you
plying with President John F. Kennedy's maintaining patience Born Aug. 23rd thru March 20th .. Do A Little Flag Wtvin|

1961 executive order barring racial dis- during the previous quarters Sept. 22ndAs With Mercury still going Things are far from tranquil A fine old custom seems to have pretty

crimination in employment by concerns it would be a pity- next month holds retrograde until the end although you may consider well vanished from the land. It is that
that do business with the government. to-lost it now. Ton are greater promise for progress of the month there is the worst as being of 'showing the flag --not only from the
Eleven such branches were not complying, feeling the urge to speakup you would do well little you can do to get over. Just take things roofs of public and business buildings,
the study showed.No or to rranslate your to hold your fire and others to adopt your ideas easy and try to recapturethe but from the porches of private hoses the
conclusions were reached about the discontent into positive familiarize yourself more pr methods. Save time and self-confidence that humble no less than the opulent. Then, on
other nine because they had few employesand action but this would fully with the territory money by; being philosophical may have been severely festive occasions, red-white-and-blue
little if any employment turnover.The have a disruptive effect you desire to cover. If about It all. This shaken. The guidance of bunting was used as a decoration. Few of
investigations of the employment rather than a co-operative you decide to sit tight should not prevent you the one who really has us have seen bunting in many years.
practices of the 24 branches were made by one. Follow the course and wait for events to from doing a little your Interests at heart There was a sense of pride in the country
the Army Navy and Air Force. The ser- that means peace and ef- catch up with you you serious thinking and should not be refused as behind all this. The flag was thought of
vices acted after the Southern Regional facement. leaving the could find yourself at a planning in order to be it is intended to draw you as the symbol of many things--of a free
Council issued a report critical of what harsh words that are on serious disadvantage. One ready for action when out of a morass of -confusion people; of a world power; of a land of
it said was the failure of most of the 24 the tip of your tongue un- of the more Important elements your time to act is and incertitude. opportunity, whatever the faults and
branches to carry out their obligations said. It would help you to In your drive for signaled. Do not be deterred Anything you can do to ills might be; of the rights and obligations -
under the so-called Plans for Progress.The shut out disturbin success will be the state by the opinions of case your mind or your of both the Individual citizen.aad,
four branches in compliance are thoughts If you confine of your personal and Joint others if you think you pains should be given the body politic alike.
Western Electric Co. Ford Motor Co. your activities to the i economy. It would reinforce have a good thing going. first place in your cal m- Old customs, fallen largely into disuse
Lockheed Aircraft Corp. and Interna- beautification of your your self-confidence Memorial Day, may, be spent lations. can be revived and given new life and
tional Business Machines. home and the entertain- rto feel that you have> advantageously staying, at 2-70-44-13-59-274 breath.J .




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MAY marked the successful climax of a weekly religious, social, civic leaaer Mrs. Winona out the need for more emphasis on Family Nights Alexander (center), during address and Mrs. E. L.

series of activities designed to improve the Alexander giving a timely talk on "The Role of and Family Outings for development of closer relationship George, Dean of Girls seated extreme right.

social graces of students at James Weldon Johnson Parents in the School." She emphasized the need between members of families and the Photo right: students are seated at right with

Junior High School. The final event in the for more parental guidance in directing their need for more community prayers. Photo left shows mothers of students as special guests shown

series (shown above) was featured with prominent children into their chosen professions, ,pointing JWJ students with instructors in background. Mrs.1 seated in background. (Royal Art Studio Photos)

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Postmaster WorkmanTo New Stanton New StantonTo APPLICATIONS FOR Kindergarten Sets


Address WalkerCommencement Preparing Alumni DayThe For Famous Stage Drama MARRIAGE LICENSES _= : _j Mr BIRTHS and Mrs. Charlie Reunion Sunday

Jos. Lee Walker 1655 W. _
Home Mission Kindergarten -
College "Salome and The Seven ,Green; 1050 Franklin St. ;
Ninth Annual Alumni Veils" adapted from the 34th St. 21 and Willie Girl. 927 W. 11th st. ,
Day Observance will be 7434 Oriole -By LOUISE GUINYARDMiss -
Lee Wright.
Jacksonville Postmaster opera by Strauss will be Mr. and Mrs. Roosevelt will cite present and

James E. Workman Jr. will held at New Stanton presented on May 27 at New Street. 18. Sheila M. Collins and Otis '. Sims have Williams; 1740 W. 5th St. ; former pupils--1952
Senior
be principal speaker for High School on Stanton Senior High School Mark A. Mitchell New set the date. Plans are being made for June 8.J963. Boy. through 19 3--with a Reunion -
May, 30. Reunion of the
the 47th annual Commence- by a group of talented York N.Y? 23 and Vic- according to an announcement by Miss Mr. and Mrs. Joe Sanders; party Sunday at 3
following classes will be
ment exercises Monday students in the dramatic toria Holioways- New-. York,* Collins' parents Mr. and Mrs. St. James Collin 7851 Dekla Avenue; Girl. p.m. in the school audi-
emphasized on this
oc-
night May 27th at Walker guild under the directionof N.Y. 25. I Both the prospective bride and her fiance are Mr. and Mrs. John Mack; torium.
casion classes of twenty-
Commercial College. The Miss Norma L. Little- Leighton S. Reid Jamaica graduates of Edwarc Waters Oollege.e 1824 Broadway St. ; Girl. Mesdames Eva C. and
five such
years as 1903,
event will John. W. Ind. 24 and Janet Bertha M. Jackson, sponsors -
get underway at
Mr. and Mrs. Earl Lovell;
7:301).m. in the college'smain 1913 1923 and 1933. There will be a matinee Vickers 1204 Clay St. are inviting friends
All official representa- 628 N. Lincoln Ct. ; Girl.
and evening performancefor 26 o and the public to the
auditorium
1832 N.
*
Mr. and Mrs. Murphy Lee
+ ;
tives of classes have been
--I J'
? :;
the senior class according Harry G. Bailey. 618 W. anniversary event.
Washe'lone
Myrtle Avenue. Mrs. Mable Jones guest player when 605 Florida Avenue; Girl.
requested to contact Mrs.
The College's Baccalaureate to Miss Little- Church St. 39 and Sy- The Smart Set Bridge Club met recently in the Mr. and Mrs. Willie
A.L. Griffin Mrs. A.S.
services will be held Currie at New or Stanton for John who announced the landia Wilcox, 150 Magnolia Ribault Road home of Dr. and Mrs. J. C. Downing. Dorsey; 4337 Jerome Ave. ; Atlanta Ordains

Sunday. May 26th in cast as follows: Herodias Street. 20.Ervin club Thelma
Dayspring Mrs. Downing awarded prizes to Mrs. Girl.
further information and
Baptist Church, Rev detailed instruction.The Antipas, Walter Ashbey; Poster. 4027 Lewis, Mrs. Nellyvonne T. Russell, Mrs. Thomasina Mr. and Mrs. JUlianDaniels First Negro
Cyrus Weaver, pastor, of- Herodias Ethel Hannah; Stuart St., 23 and Barbara
main address for the Jones and Mrs. Lola Schell.' : 1118 Bridier St.
-1156 W. 27th Priest 25
Salome Victoria Williams Jennings. MAY
;
ficiating.
'formal which will Others on the scene included Mrs. Louise Walton, Boy.
program
Senior Class officers are :' Jokanaam Clarence Baker; Street 24. "- :Mrs.Joan Epaulding Mrs LoisKIszard, Mrs. Vivian Mr. and
beheld in the: auditorium: ; Mrs. John John- ATLANTA (ANP) Wil-
Margaret Wiley, president: beginning at laO will be Narraboth Richard West; Charlie J. Wright Sr., Holmes, Mrs. Gloria Brooks, Mrs.. Charlotte son; 3908 Brock Rd. ; Girl. liam Edward Calhoun, a
William H. Leonard Jr. Twelve Dancing Girls: 2023 W. 13th St., 54 and :
given by Mrs. L. G. Coleman Stewart and Mrs. Norma Bland. Mr. and Mrs. Arthur former Morehouse college
vice Beverly Robinson Joan Ossie Lee McKendrlck. 2023.
president Thelma
: Principal of Forest Gamble; 505 W. Beaver St. ; and Air Force veteran
Berrian, secretary; Jac- Park Elementary School.Mr Saunders Joyce Kee Gail W. 13th St.. 38. Boy. will become Atlanta's
King Paula Mack, Doris 316 W. 16th
queline Talbert, assistant Willie Brown
s. Coleman was a Mr. and Mrs. Mack Hughes; first Negro Roman Catholic
secretary; James C. Davis graduate of the class of Daniels other Patricia seniors. Mosleyand St. 58 and Leola Williams Mr. and Mrs. Alfred Pink are back in Jackson- 4905 40th Street; Boy. priest) when he is ordainedby
316 W. 16th St.
treasurer
EUleneRuss, 1923. ville after a lengthy stay in Long Beach Cali- Mr. and Mrs. Johnnie Archbishop Paul J.
business and The supporting cast will Richard E. Hughes, Phila-
manager, MaryL. Richardson Hallinan in solemn
Other activities sched- fornia.Mr. ; 1811 Brewster a High
Include members of the Pa. 26 and
Carter,parliamentarian.Senior delphia.
uled to take place in Pink was formerly connected with the U. S. Road; Girl.Bryant Mass in Christ The King
Class members are senior class Miss Little- Nancy S. Hollins Charleston -
connection with the of- Navy. Catherdral on May 26.
Essie M. Anderson Irene M John said Others working S.C. 24. Academy Frater Calhoun
ficial school will be
closing act'i'vitt1s' -
Austin, Iris Bell,. ,The IB a, with this forthcoming presentation "J ., '' ...t.. ..... .. /q.. . : Will ordained along with Mathew
Berrian Betty Bradshaw, are: May 17, will include Bennett ReElectedAmbassador '. .. -_ __r .... 'to, .... ...._ .... Honor
''' Keep a fellow Atlantan.
School Play 8pm ; May
A. L Jenkins and .
Doris Butler Mary L. Carter Mrs. Retiring TeacherYULEE
20. Student GovernmentDay costumes All members were present when Entre Nous
Floria Chester AnnieL. Carol Beverly on ;
Helen E.
; May 22, General- Miss Ma'rvyne Betsch. makeup PrexyJames Bridge Club met recently at the Lincoln Golf. and Miss KindtrfartiBSets
Collins James C. Davis elementary
Carter,
Examinations; May 24, ; T, C. Crompton. F. X. Country Club. Mrs. Ruth Myers was hostess. an
Doris Deboles Geraldine teacher who has taughtfor
Junior-Senior Promenade; Littlejohn and Mrs. Mil- E. Bennett was re- Miss Ruth M. Broome, Miss Mozelle Bruton and SprilgVacatiol
Devoe. David F. Dudley. many years in the Pub-
May 28. Awards Day Assembly dred J. Hampton, stage; elected president of Club Mrs. Frances Johnson qualified for prizes.
Eleanor
Also Floyd. lic Schools of Nassau
; May 29. Senior Claude Hilliard. stage Royal Ambassador Inc. for Other members present included Mrs. Camilla
Johnny Gore, Maude Green, County will be honored on
Class Night; May 30. lights; .Rodell F. Roberts 1963-64.during the regular Thompson, Mrs. Charlotte Stewart Mrs. Elizabeth The Fairyland'Kinder-
Mamie Hill Nancy Hoi 1 ins. Wednesday night. May 29,
Alumni Day; June 2, publicity and promotion; election held on Thursday, Simmons Jones, Mrs. Ibris Bennett, Miss Lauretta garten will hold spring
Linda Hollins Bobby Howell at 7:30 I.m..in the school
p Ollie Hunter, Booker Senior Worship: June 3 Charles D. Brooks pho- May 16th in the home of Jenkins, Mrs. Helen Smart, Miss Theora Leggins cafetorium. closing at Moncrief Bap-

Johnson. Glover Johnson Senior Outing; June 6. tographer; Mrs. W.L. Lucas Longenia Parson. Mrs. Lydia Sweet and Mrs. Aldonla Seabrook.The This program is being tist Church. 22nd and

Commencement. and Mrs. M.P. Gadling The complete slate of of-
Kitchen Iro- this Witschen Streets May 26
Martina Jones Cena well planned for
.
.
duction.An ficers for 1963-64 follows
Annye Lambert Legion Sponsoring honoree in that she has at 3 p.m.
outstanding feature of J.E. Bennett president; The school will continue
Cheryl Lockett Delores given many years in the
Madison. Saturday Kite the presentation "Salomeand P. Parson vice president; Begonia Road home of Mr. and Mrs. Nathaniel teaching profession to through the suMer. Ser-

The Seven Veils' will W. Broadway financial Washington provided a lovely background for the
Also. Merrian Matthews Recording Dance better the lives of our ving as mistress of cere-
Geraldine Mobley. James be the services of Miss secretary; C.W. Jones recording recent meeting of Bell Donna Bridge Club. boys and girls. monies will be Miss Rudene

Patterson Thelma Perry. Jacksonville's American Marvyne Betsch who appeared Secretary; O.I. Mrs. Hadftssah' Bui lard, Mrs. Geneva Adams and She will retire on June Thomas. Mrs. Bstelle Marshall -

Donzel Roberson. Hattie Legion Post 197. will and starred in this Hillman treasurer; E.U. Mrs. Graylyn Lesesne were recipients of prizesfor 12. which ends the 1962-63 will be guest

r Robinson. Calvin Russ. sponsor a Record Hop same opera as Salome in Barnes business manager; outstanding performance. in .the bridge ses- school term. A special invitation speaker.Rev. .

Winnie Satcher Delores Saturday night May '25 at Europe. J.A. Joyner. chaplain.The sion. Mrs. Lesesne was also' winner of the door is extended to Richard Scott will

Simmons Hazel Simmons 7:30 o'clock at the Legion election was con prize. all of her former students give closing remarks. Mrs.

Arthurmae Singleton Home on Benedict Road.A Unity Class Meets ducted by E.S. Kitchings. Other members present for the meeting IncludedMrs. so that they may Ruby L. Dixon is supervisor -

Jacqueline Talbert Marvie nominal admission fee Nights A general business ses- Iva Grant, Mrs. Marilyn Macon, Mrs. Audrey too honor "Miss Carter"who and she has as her
On Wednesday
Thomas James Whltfield will be charged and the sion completed the agenda Kelly and Mrs. Vanette Thayer. '.. has worked so Untiringly assistant Miss Barbara

and Margaret Wiley. public is invited. The Unity Class is conducting followed by an' extended with thea. Smith.

a course in 'How social hour. .

to Live a Prosperous Lift! The complete membership

each Wednesday evening at roster follows: W. DeVaughn Sweet, William H. Sweet and Samuel now its Pepsifor

1778 Spires Avenue 8 o' J. Allen. E.L.J. Banks Williams were co-hosts when the Jacksonville

clock.If E.U. Barnes. H.L. Bel liny, Alumni Chapter of Kappa Alpha Psi Fraternity met those who
Sr. J.E. Bennett W.
you earnestly desireto recently at the Eldorado Club. !

find the true wealth of Broadway. W. Bryant R.L. An important phase of the business session think young II

Of all the life in friendship, love Daniels R.W. Gray, R.W. centered around a report by Chester Cowart,

financial adjustment and Gregory A. Hampton A. chairman of the Committee on Community Action. r : .
I ,,,.... .. ,.
Helms Jr. O.I. Hillman ,, -
Englishmen material riches; you are Serving on the committee with Mr. Cowart are

invited to attend these J.L. Jackson C.P. James W. D. Sweet, George Nairn, Joe Lee White and '!:'''' .- .
classes and discover the C.W. Jones E.J. Jones. R. 'y-'. i.. .rA.i :- .
William Mathis. :r
who drink Jones. A.C. Joyner. E.S. ,
g fill.000Mast keys to the hidden forces .

of power that control Kitchings A. Martin. J. *t ';-

how IDCdlIrny: your life and fortune. Morton. J. McCone Sr. r1 ,.
A. McDonald. T.B. McPherson :
Classes are free and The Duval County Teachers Association is

drink G DJfdoIl1' ? to the public. Mrs. L. Parson P. annual Tropical Dance, scheduledto .
<< open planning for its .
Parson W.R. Robinson W. -"'.........i ,
Sallie C. Wannamaker is be held Friday evening May 31, at Civic
P. Sorce,. J.Eo Thompson. .
the instructor. Auditorium. '. ., I
I .

You Don' t Have to Go to Town to Get .
of them.And it's been that way 1tt L .

years.To be blunt about It, ,-
LOW Mrs. Minnie Gadling, Mrs. Geneva Henderson and
PRICES
Gordon's is England's biggest selling ginu Mrs. Sara Wright were high scorers when ClassyLassies Mi- ; ;
and the
it is America's P
last Friday evening at s
Bridge Club met
world's. Why Probably
On Your Washington was
the Eldorado Club. Mrs. Carolyn
because we have always

refused to tamper with a DRUG STOKE NEEDSTrade hostess.Participating in the meeting, in addition to
good thing.Gordon's still .
--, prize winners, were; Mrs. Joan Epaulding, Mrs.
harks back to Alexander With Your Neighborhood Drug Store

Gordon's original WE WILL MEET ANY PRICES ADV. IN YOUR LOCAL PAPERSWe Helen Toney: Mrs. Henrietta Howard Mrs. Dorothy
Alveta Allen, Mrs. Margaret Starkes,
Oliver, Mrs.
Deliver-We Also Pill All Doctors'
formula conceived in PrescriptionsDixie
fl .f
Mrs. Margaret Mathis and Mrs. Juanita Williams.
London 194 years ago-

so its distinctive dryness Pharmacy .. '.
and delicate flavour DIC
player when Les
guest
GIN Mrs. Vanette Thayer was
remain unchanged'and Bridge Club set last Friday evening in
Elites
1312 Rud
unchallenged to this day. Kisis at Myrtle Amu the Club Room at Continental Bowling Lanes. More people are taking to the outdoor

AkfbrGordon'sbyname.. Pious EL 5-5597-98 Mrs. Alvenla Scriven, hostess, awarded prizesto Hfe.and taking Pepsi) along I .-....

-..... Mrs. Elizabeth Blmaons Jones, Mrs. tram Mur- Pe,..', arkclean taste to "PSI.COlA
PMMCT W B.S.A.B ma LOOM HT W.S *KfflUi.Wn Mrs. Marie McClaln and Mrs. Vernal McCone.
emus IK*CUM M Mttttl Ml W CO.Ui.UOGLIA PAY Till UfiiT WATER AND TELEPHIKE ray Mrs. Lois Avery, Miss Annie B. Minatee, Mrs. never too sugary or sweet

SILLS AT OOfi STORE Maxine Jackson, Mrs. Ann McIntosh and Mrs. Think ywng-say "Pepsi p4eeei"

Johnnie Mitchell were also among participants. nt,q. ... ..... cal......."1..ry.-..CM.MI h. r..I Mr lrNNM N..,......



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PAGE 4 FLORIDA STAR SATURDAY MAY 25, 1K3


I Historic Mother Midway To Celebrate Annual Men's Day I



Church Program Participant Brown Patrol Holds Mother Midway Observes In Feature Presentation


., ../.. Chapel ExercisesCHAPEL Men's Day Sunday : __. ',tf < ,L

Exercises were Plans have been completed

1 conducted by the Patrol by General Chairman F. 0. ,

SoyJs Unit at the R. L. Henry and his various committees -

Brown School Thursday for the annual

moraine. Presiding at the Men's Day observance which

exercises was Maxine Dixon will be celebrated Sunday

ofi who introduced all part with a series of daylong .

ticipants. Award certificates programs at Mother Midway 3T \

were presented to AME Church Rev. J.W.

Ruby Singleton and Doris Jones pastor announced.

Wicker for Punctualness.John Religious and lay leaders

Dunbar, Tasker Hannon from major churches of the

and Thomasina Bradford city will head various

received the Loyalty award activities beginning with

Punctuality award was Sunday School at 9:30 L III.

presented to Hurley Smoak. with J.E. Bradford of St.

Larry Morse received the Stephen AME Church, as

award for Outstanding ser- guest superintendent; x

4 vice as Patrol Captain and G. Daniels Mother Midway jS d
1
Maxine Dixon received the secretary; C. Lewis Grant

MARY KATHY BROWN 8-year old National Queen of the Church of Christ Writtenin award for Outstanding ser- Memorial. organist; H.

Heaven, will be featured in a musicale Sunday beginning at 5 p.m. in the vice as Captain of the Bell, DayspringJ. Watson

Church of God in Christ, 24th and Moncrief Rd. Her sister Gloria will accompany Girls' Safety Unit. st. John Baptist, W. Ca- JOSEPH KINO, a student at Northwestern Junior-Senior High School and also a

her on the piano. The child prodigy began school study at the age of Mrs. Norris Reed past son Bethel AME. G. Owens member of Mt. Ararat Baptist Church, will be featured in a piano recital SUn-

2 years. She is attending A. L. Lewis Elementary School and is announcement president of the Mothers' Mt. Sinai Baptist and E. day beginning at 4 p.m. in the church auditorium. The young artist is the

clerk at her church. Mary Kathy is the daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Frank Brown Patrol Club gave remarks Williams. Grant Memorial son of Mr. and Mrs. Thelton King and the grandson of Mrs. Estella Clark and

of 1053 West Union Street. and Mrs. Grace Stripling leaders of the beginners 0. J. King. He Is receiving advance Instruction from Richard T. Hadley,

presented to the Principal through the adult classes.Rev. Music Director at Northwestern. The public is invite

Holloway RecitalSet Mt. Tabor Slates Richard H. Cook, a check W.R. Pickett will review -'
Cooper
Academy
the lesson.
for $57.08 to pay for an Woodlava Presbyterian
For May 26lh 1 Observance Program Prepares For eight foot auditorium fan. Rev. B.H. Hartley pas-

Andrew Holloway. a mem- The P.T.A. had already tor of Friendly BaptistF. CHURCH NOTESBY CHURCHNEWS
The men of Mt. Tabor Bap-
ber of the choir of St. Graduation Fete purchased three auditorial
tist Church with the pas-
Matthew AME Church will fans this year for $171.OG L.N. PEARSON, SR.
tor. Rev. H.T. Overstreetare
recital Closing exercises for This new equipment will
present a May 26
preparing for their Cooper's Academy will be make the auditorium affairs The United PresbyterianChurch The Women s Day Committee of St. Matthew Bap-
at 3 p.m. at St. TimothyAME .r
Church on RichardsonRoad. annual observance which is held May 30 through June during the warm days choir will rehearse tist Church, headed by Mrs. Emma Watkins, will

scheduled for May 26. 1. The Kindergarten Department more comfortable. Friday May 24th at 8:00 sponsor a Pretty Hat Tea June 9 at the 2-G Com-

the The men have chosen Paris will present'The Other platform guests p.m. in the Westminster munity Club House, 29th and Chase Streets. ,
Appearing on programas Edwards
as general chair- Farmer in the Dell" were Sgt. Charles 2. Hut. It is urgent that we
Scrlven
guest will be Robert ,
man and Hugh Williams co- and a health play May 30 patrol boy supervisor rehearse our hymns and -0-0-0-0-
and the
Prater C.R. Kemp chairman Jason ;
Barr and
Holloway Specials. ; at 7:30 p.m. The primaryand Mrs. Regina Highsmith, special selections.The .

Mr. Holloway is a gradu- committee Charles Simmons Joe program grammar school departments Mrs. Minnie Pinkney Mrs. United PresbyterianYouth District 6 of Mt. Vernon Baptist will sponsor &

ate of New Stanton High and; A. Cowart Home trea-sec- will present a Mattie Peoples, Mrs. Min- will meet Saturdayat Spring Tea May 26, at 4 p.m., in the home of Mrs.
School and sang in the retary calendar play at 8:30 p.m. nie Townsend Mrs. Nell 4 p.m. in the Hut. The Essie Mclvery 2605 McMllllan Street.
surer. The Academy Chorus will Hudson Seniors will meet at 5:00
Mrs.
Glee Club for three yearsas Barbara *
Guest superintendent for present a musicale May 31 p.m. 0-0-0-
Poole. Mrs. Leola
baritone soloist. He Poole
a 0.
the Sunday School will be at 7:45 after which HENRY Church
p.m. and Mrs. Underwood.Mrs. School will, begin
has been presented on Patterson. ...General Chairman '
Deacon Monroe Rev. R.L. Smith will deliver Lucile Sunday, May 26 in the Usher Mt. *
various programs in Jack- the Coleman. Board4f. .. Ararat Baptist Church willobserve ..
Speaker for morning .A ,
sonville and other cities. will be Rev. a special address. principal of Forest Park Church will deliver the George Washington Carver its 17th anniversary May 27 at 7:30 p.m.
worship Dewey
Bishop H.G. Poitler will sermon during the 11 a.m. Elementary School, 2854 W.
Musician for the presentation School, was present and in the auditorium of the church.00.00.
associate ministerof
Duncan, deliver the educational service. Others
gave encouragin remarks. featuringthe 45th Street at 10 o'clocka.m.
will be Mrs. L.Z.
Day Spring Baptist address June 1 at 3 p.m. service will be Rev. with T. V. Huger,
Ross with C.K. Kemp appearing Church. Jonas Lawrence with music to be given by Mt. Moriah Selects J.W. Jones, pastor: Rev. superintendent in charge. -
as guest musician.Rev. will be guest soloist.
the school chorus.Simpson E.I. Norman, associate
J A. Gibson is pas. Evening speaker will be Men's Day OfficialsMen's The Morning worship ser- The Vacation Bible School will begin at Ifteneaer
pastor Philadelphia Bap-
vice begins at 10:55 a.m.
tor. Methodist Church June 17 for a two-week period
Rev. James Davis associate Board
tist E.C. Clark welcome '
; with Rev. Franklin. D. WIl-
Day will be observed -
is for the with Miss Myrtle Turner
The event minister of Second serving as dean. The
in Mt. Moriah AME address;, o. L. Gardner, son bringing the message
benefit of the church in Baptist Church. James Observes Fete church school is, under the direction of Joe H.
Church. May 26 with Hollis response; introduction of and the Westminster Choir
its building program and Savage will be guest James and Mrs. Fleet H. Alexander. '
speaker, L.B. Bennett of
invitations have been Here Felton as general chair- will support the rites .
soloist. May 26th
Shiloh Baptist; Rev. R. V. with
Watson
Mrs. Rudyne at
extended to the publicto man. ..... "
Chairman Felton has an Webster, Ward Chapel; Rev. the piano. '. :- ...!:- .:. :-P. P-7: 0Cb: : : 'J ;

attend. Attends FuneralRev. Stewardess Board 3 of nounced that captainshave A.W. Watts, Friendly Bap- Wednesday. May 29 at 7:30 The final meeting ,for the Long Branch Home

Meeting ScheduledThe D.B. Thorpe pastorof Simpson Methodist Church been selected and tist; W.E. Harris Geth- p.m. Elder Grace Exson and Demonstration Club will be held J tBe' 'l9'with

Mt. Moriah AME Church, will observe its second semane Baptist, Hastings. Mrs., Mazie Alexander and Mrs. Sadie
Worshipful Master is each member has been askedto Deacon Muriel Golden will Johnson a s
left the city at 10 anniversary May 26 at 3:30 Also P.J. St. hostesses.
a.m. McIntosh
requesting the attendanceof report to the captains lead the prayer service in
all officers and mem- Monday to attend the p.m. in the auditorium of when notified. James AME; S. Henderson the Westminster Hut. Our

bers of Temple Lodge ,340 funeral of his brother the church. James Johnson is co- Church of God in Christ; worship service is progressing -0-0-0-0-

to a business meeting Rev. C.M. Thorpe in Danville Rev. 0.A. Burns, former chairman for the celebra- H. Kennerly, Mt. OliveA noticeably. Let

which will be held Monday Va. pastor and organizer of tion. Rev. W.F. Ball Jr., ME; T.E. Belcher. us keep up our spiritualzeal The women of First New Zion Baptist Church

night, May 27 at 7:30 p.m. The deceased at the time the board will deliver the presiding elder of the Wrightville Methodist; by attending regularly will sponsor a White ,House Tea May 26 fro 3 to

of his death, was pastorof anniversary message. Music South Jacksonville Dis- Friendly Baptist Male and by bringing someone 5 p.m. The tea will be sponsored In the interestof

Weeklong Bazaar Trinity Baptist Church will be furnished by Choir trict will be speaker for Chorus; T. Walker Simpson else. Women's Day. Mrs. postelo Clayton is chairman
2. The honored guests will .. .. ...
in Danville.Rev. Methodist; R. Alexander and Mrs. Mary'W1l1iamS"iS"
Rev.
the 11 a.m. service, and F.D. Wilson will attend ; op-chairmen.
Misses Ozzie and Lillie Thorpe will returnto be the Communion Stewardsof Albert F. Jackson, guest New Bethel AME; Rev. J.W. the camp and con- ; ;.... .. ..:.. .: :.;j : ._ ,

Pearl Reed will be spon- the city in time to Boards 1 and 2. soloist. Carter Gallilee Baptist; ference training workshop ,' 0000Choir ,
soring a weeks Bazaar at All departments of the r
officiate at the funeralof Deacon S. Preston Mt.
The services Sunday begin Friday May 24 and Saturday
1311 Fairfax street, beginning Mrs. Essie M. Green ch u rch and various Canaan Baptist.Rev. '
with the Church School at May 25 respectively, 2 of Mt. Vernon Baptist will sfjoaser a
May 26 and running Saturday at 4 p.m. in Mt. stewardesses have been 9:30 a.m. with Superin- E. Murray will be at Lake Placid Florida.He Rainbow Tea May 26 from 4 to 6 p.m. The choir

through May 31st. Moriah AME nmrch. invited. i tendent John H. Jackson in the main speaker for the will also serve as director will meet in its business session Friday at

charge. Rev. D.B. Thorpe 3 p.m. program. Program for one of the 8 p.m.

pastor, will deliver the participants will Include Synods Junior Camps this
1
a s SALE GOOD sermons for other services L.G. Champion, New Hope summer. ,

ALL WEEKMAY and choir 1 and Usher AME; L. Kirksey. T. DeSue, Youth are the trustees of WHEN YOU ARE ILL :
Board 1 will serve at E. Carter R. Clark, G. the future.

22-MAY 26 each service. Champion, G. Ford, J.
Simpson. S. Moss, P.O. You Seek The Best Doctor :
2 DISCOUNT STORES: Choir 2 will meet in the Fountain Chapel *
Henry and Rev. J.W. Jones. When-Yppr Doctor prescribes
home of Mrs. Cars- :
Carolyn
830 Cassat Ave. Activities will windup Experienced Pharmacists
AME ChurchThe
NEAR COLLEGE well, 317 Magnolia Streetat
with the evening program .-. .. ...According to Yor Doeter's :
4:30 p.m.Stewardess. "" ;\
1824 W. Beaver St. beginning at 7 p.m.A.E. president officersand Orders, We Use only The :
u.$. 90 Near StocktM Boards 1 and Dr. C. E. Black
Wise Florida Star news members of Lilly White Best Quality Draffs ;
2 will observe their Proprietor
editor will be main Lodge will present an appreciation :

ONE TIME ONLY p.m.joint in anniversary the church at audi-3:30 speaker with supporting program Sundayat J REGISTERED PHARMACISTS TO SBRVE YOU :

features to be featured by 3 p.m. for Rev. F. W. A COMPLETE .
torium. -LINE OP
,
w. Art of the of Fountain :: *** *"
Combining Our Famous H A. Rahning Jones, pastor
Cosmetics--
'--Rubber
Goods *.Candies :
Seventh Day Adventist Chapel. tlBdfft':

9e SALE With Our $1 DAYS SALE! Church, the Melton Gospel Friends and the publicare PRESCRIPTIONS CALLED FOR AND DgLIVERRrt. ; ,

Singers, reports of captains Invited.

introduction of Sunday School begins at Lilly's Drug Stor
FLORIDA GRADE "A" SMOKEDFRYERS visitors remarks by A. 9:30 a.m. with Superintendent -

Thomas and benediction by U. Cook and teachersin ..
Rev. J.W. Jones. charge. All choirs will .-
PICNICS
25 27C Friends and the general serve during the 11 a.m. 1907 KIHGS ROAt..--...EL- 3-827S :-::: .

LB. LB. public are invited to .service. Rev. Jones will

share in the daylong' deliver the sermon at

1 1 activities. 11:30 a.*. Mrs. Daniels,
MEATY
president of the Annie B.

NECK BONES . C James Missionary Society
ellituarlt5 0
requests the attendance of
11
PIG TAILS . *
Terry', Jerry' and Perrj all members during the

HOG MAWS Napier; 1611 Madison St. 5 p.m. meeting in the
YOUR
Mrs. Selina Nattiel; 331E. church. The ACE League

PIG FEET . r CHOICE 9 Ashley Street. meets at 5:30 p.m. with lighter.orfahter .
1. .
CHICKEN BACKS I Mrs. Talitha E. Knight; the president In charge.
1242 Woods Street. Evening worship starts at f

TINDER 2 Mrs. Charlottee Shackel- 5 p.L and the sermon will 2

PORK CHOPS 11 1000.A", g ford; 1181 W. State St. be delivered at 7:30 p.m.

OLEO PATTIES Solomon Cox; 501 W. i6th Superintendent D. Cook is sKin
.0. all and
Street. urging captains
?
2 POWDERS S Matthew Robinson; 1061 class leaders to contact
Western Beef Sole
Barber Street. their members In a drive awir+anayo..

12 POWDERS 25 Willie Mitchell; 5423 Calm being conducted to Increase W.II ..

Y2H.a BEEFAvg. 39 loway Court. church attendance. .. ..fhllark

24 POWDERS 49 I Will SponsorThe I -- .IfJOIIAte .. r


".'Me It ,., .... .....--.. cut-JM .n... Wt. 150 6. A... Price 97.00. s... 10. 6 Adventures Club will sponsor a May Day Tea
gay 26. from 4 to 6 p.m. in the home of Mrs. r

Witch the WwkKs fruits! Gfsptl Singers Goo fill'sHEflDACHl Frankie Simmons 1180 Durkee Drive. Eev. Samuel I

9:30 -TMSYAR! OOR- Washington will be the speaker.0000. 1 purr .. nssA..n
CkiMtl 4 Smky
WJXT Every ... POWDERS

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St. Augustine ESSO Honors leade"rs-Iiscuss Employment

I : Vet Employe
4
Youth Dies During RetirementNEW


From Live WireST. YORK -- Wendell P.

Alston retiring after 4.
AUGUSTINE Eugene
more than 33
years with
Henderson. 16, was elec-
Humble 011 &
Refining Company -
y ,'wa trocuted here Tuesday
and Esso Standard
night when he stepped on alive Oil
wire after departing Company, now part of Hum-
from ble, was a recent guest of
a car in the drivewayof .
honor at a luncheon in the
the
Negro Teen Town
Recreation Center here. Hotel Dorset here, attended -

The youth was pronounceddead by company officersand r r

4 on arrival at Flagler colleagues of Mr. Alston -

Hospital.Sgt. and by community

friends and business as-
u Wilbur Lane and Pa:
4ia
sociates.
trolman George Thornton
said Henderson was a Working from the Eastern

t passenger in the rear seat Esso Region headquartersin

of the car which drove New York City; but a F
traveling thousands of P a. ; S a .
under a broken wire Y
...J-.JJ miles each year Mr. Alston -
partially
'; suspended over
,,; ; the driveway. has been senior mem-

,MILWAUKEE---New Schlitz Analyst---John a Harris (left), a special representative Witness told the officers ber since 1955 of the Esso .

of the Jos. Schlitz Brewing Company for 10 years has been promoted to that another car had management team which con- U

1 researc' analyst in the Business Research Division at the COIII ant s Milwauket struck a guy wire sup- ducts a wideranging'program .
:
headquarters. William Golomskl, assistant to the director of marketing, acquaints porting the power line at of aid to educational _

r Harris with the IBM computer which Schlitz uses,for market research about 9:10 p.m. and when institutions and organiza-

studies. Harris, his wife and nine-year-old daughter have' moved to Milwaukee Henderson stepped out of tions; promotion of fair

from Tampa Florida,- where Harris has been a special representative in the the car onto ,the broken employment and enlightenedcustomerrelations ., i

Schlitz Dixie Division. Harris, 39, is a native of Richmond, Kentucky, and a wire, the heavy electrical policies -

: graduate of Kentucky State College at Frankfort.He aisb did graduate work at charge entered his body ; recruitment of

the university of Kentucky and was a bomber 6Hot during, World War II. Officers said the other qualified dealer candi-

dates; and consultations,
'occupants of the car were
Child Wtlfira Ivraiv R"'rt5 First KlfegroOwned uninjured. lectures and personal con-

tacts on many and varied

All Time Low In Aicpttas Stock Meharry Proxy subJects--from career opportunities -

to current
heardin ."-,... -" ,. .. .-c--- ,
is not being
tots
The cry of tiny Firm Opened Is Elected To social and economic pro-
Florida homes. According to Miss Rachel blems.A VICE PRESIDENT AT USDA JOB MEETING---After addressing the U. S. Departmentof

Erwin, Supervisor of Child Welfare at the DALLAS.. Texas (Special) Tenn. Board graduate of Johnson C. Agr culture's executive review conference on equal employment opportunity;

Miami Catholic Welfare Bureau, applica- Opening df 'George H. NASHVILLE Dr. HaroldD. last Monday, Vice President Lyndon B. Johnson, top 2nd from left con-
Smith University in Char-
tions from people seeking to adopt our Starke,to Investments be the first, Negro believed West, president of He-:- lotte North Carolina gratulated William M. Seabron left, for his part in planning the meeting.Mr. .
-
children whose parents are unable to provide harry Medical College has Seabron is assistant to Personnel Director Carl B.. Barnes extreme right.
owned and operated .
proper care for them, coupled with firm to exclusivelyin become the first Negro appointed !- Under Secretary of Agriculture Charles S. Murphy, representing Secretary
I the decline of adoption applicationsthe engage to the State Orville L. Freeman, who was in South America, looks on. Below: Hobart Taylor,
offering a comprehensive '
Miami Catholic Welfare Bureau, a United radge of Investment Board of Education in : Jr.; Executive Vice Chairman of the President's Committee on Equal ftployment

Fund Agency, is facing the problem of an facilities and services on Tennessee Opportunity, is shown addressing the USDA conference following Vice President

increasing number of children for whom a national basis \was announced He was appointed recentlyto Johnson. Officials facing the camera are Personnel Director Barnes and Civil

there are no adoptive homes. here this week*. the two-year term by Service Commission Chairman John W. Macy, Jr. others at the meeting are Department -
Gov. Frank G. Clement as agency heads and personnel directors.USDA Photo
The problem of the Catholic Faith. We could Geared to meet the "in
one of three additional
Catholic welfare Bureau is not with a clear con- vestment requirements of
Cries Not HeardPACING
members authorized for the Being Stated World
inasmuch both individuals and institutions -
not an ordinary one, science release these
.
board
by the State Legis-
as the "children inwalti'n& children for adoption ," according to .*"'!'
lature."I .
are of racially unless'we' could] 'guarantee the founder-owner GeorgeH. UT.IIUJl( Fair Exhibit
feel honored to have
mixed parentage, and can the child will be reared St't ke, the company Eli :
been chosen by the Gover- },
only be placed for adop- Catholic." will handle underwriting, : Being Readied
nor of this'serious responsIble A
tion in Catholic homes. These "chl1dre in waiting -.private placements, dis- ,
position said where his father was an' PALM BEACH (Fits) Pile
When asked why no attemptwas tribution of and dealingin
in number will
Dr. West, "of seeking to Episcopal clergyman and I :i driving on the 12-acre
being made to place listed and unlisted
amount to more than twenty improve the state's educa- the founder ,of a private Florida site at the New
these children in Protestant stocks, mutukl funds cor-
within the next three .
York World's Fair has
cational system. secondary school Mr. Alston ,:
homes, Miss Erwin porate bond and municipals >
months. Ranging in age He said the ooard is began his career in started, W.L. Stensgaard,
stated "Aside from the bonds .of Federal : ',
free "expecting to five presently working toward the Standard Oil (New : executive director of the
fact all of our children years, most of them have agencies fcolateral paper the establishment of Jersey) organization in Florida World's Fair
have been baptized been in agency foster and realty mortgages. has announced
several technical schools 1929 after working ten Authority
Catholic, natural families homes since birth. Miss Mr. Starke has been engaged and towards setting up a, years for the Pennsylvania ( At the same time, con-
in' the field of investments -
i who are Catholic have a Lois Hill, caseworker, state-wide educational Railroad Company.In struction of footings has
..
and finance for .
moral obligation to rear states 'All of these television net work. addition to his bache- .. begun for the 110-foot -

t their children in the children are healthy, several connected;years.with He two has member been The 1963 Legislative Act lor of arts degree Mr. high citrus tower follow-

LEO'S SHOE REPAIR bright, and attractive. firms of the New York Increased board membership Alston also studied at the ing a complete review of

They are in desperate need and also from nine to 12 members. City College of New York structure plans by theauthorit's
Shoe Repairing I of warm, lovingfamilies Stock Exchange and New York University.He ; ..W design and
I administrative t
served for a time as Gibbs
To Send
I with hearts and homes to is a co-founder and construction coaaittee.
Of Any KindIs share where their assistant to i former vice president of "Constiaction will startin

spiritual and physical the president of anotherconcern. ;: Delegates Toe the National Associationof CRISIS--The Miami Catholic Welfare the very near future on
Our Only Business More recently h !
needs will be met.'AC- Market Developers, a Bureau is faced with an all-time low in the other buildings on the

845 Florida Avenue cording to Miss Hill was associated with Mood s I UN Institute life member of the NAACP, applications from persons seeking to state site, Steasgaard

Should we not) be able to Investors Service, Inc. ST. PETERSBURG For the a former board member of adopt children. (See Story This Page) said
S8BNB SERVICES one of the best known in-'
locate, ado'pcl.ye'hoaes: second consecutive year the National Business lea-
Bound Service for Adver- within the continental vesement counselling firms:J.Gibbs Junior College will gue, a member of the Omega BLENDED WHISKY,H PROOF,$S':GRAIN NEUTRAl SPIRITS: C J9S3 SCHEME DiST LlES:: rq.H r C

tising-Dances. Ball Games, United States, an attempt now a part pf Dun anc shave representation at the Psi Phi Fraternity and
Bradstreet. He was th
etc. Also Loud Speaker will be wade to explore annual United Nations In- former national directorof
serving in hi
first
Service for Banquets, Con- the possibilities of find- Negro stitute. public relations for
with Moody's.
certs, Record Hops etc. ing permanent bores for capacity I Omega Psi Phi.

Phone EL 3-5902. hem in Puerto Rico.'.* IttkuRe Cookman Completes :: .
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TASTE, WHAT'S HAPPENED TO LEMON AND r'M'' 59thS Comimiicement Schedule

DLAYTONA BEACH---Dr. Richard V. Moore,

president of Bethune-Cookman College,
TT _
announced the Fifty-Ninth Annual Bac- ,

calaureate Services and Commencement
iGO
Exercises to te held May 26th and 27th

in the College Gymnasium.
TeemTEEMSRI 114 graduates will redeliver the Baccalaureate :' wIj N y.
,
,, y j;
ceive their degrees a1
sermon on Sunday at 3:00 7

the 59th Annual Commencep.m.. in the Moore Gymna- '

Dent at Bethune-Cookman sium. Monday morning at 3

College en Monday. May 26 10:00 a.m. the Commenceat THE PRICEIS

10pO &.D. in Moore Address will be delivered ;
RIGHTand
Gymnasium. by Dr. James S. Thomas
Dr. Howard Thurman. dean Associate Director, Boardof so is the ride when you Iy z i.

"EPSI COLA COMPANY IU tCtCltAR'HEM. triAl'' .."' H the Chapel Boston Uni- of Education of the call New Deal and they send .

4, veralty., Boston Mass. will Methodist Church. Nash- over Mr. Walter Price and y
his cab 12 Night. Mr. Price
yule Tennessee.
Other activities listedon likes his job and he likes + Y s.t .

the Commencement Calen- the people he takes to.

dar are as follows : where they want to 10,

Thursday May 23rd Beach safely and promptly. He B

Outing Senior Class driven a New Deal cab for

9 a.m. to 4 p_m. ; Bethune- 2 years now and has a Sdfljqassctni!

Volusia Beach; Friday. ; safety bonus and a good L .

g UPER .MARK May 24th At Home With record.
the President and His Mr. and Mrs. falter Price -

Family 8:00 p.m. Saturday Mrs. Price's Due is Bessa .c.-.r.j c.a
May 25th Alumni bare 2 carried children and ,.u, yrif
FlESH FIES FLItIIA CtllE "A" +f 1
Registration. a m. to are real proud of their 11 .wJi

5pm.White Hall and grandchildren. The Pricesown

Moore Gymnasium; Sunday their home at 1819 West :
Pork ROAST HENS
'19C May 26th Senior Break- 19th Street and are membersof ..:

fast 9 a. m. in Faith Mount. Ararat Baptist

,lb.MESiEttl Hall Alumni Tour of the Q)urch.

25C City and Mary McLeod When Mr. Price has a little "'_'d'i- .-tIIJII
H Id
: I 1k. Bethune Foundation- time off he likes to go

fishing but when he's on
SillS ProposedFor the job be'11 sure give yon

(HI' 2( a good ride and yon11 .s

JELLYPLE 1 19C OIL IL "tHe 1"O-' Integrated agree the'price is right." ch e ...the life of your party!

RESERVE i
1M' $5.M .hM prier Public FacilitiesTALLAHASSEE *. Mr. t* watch ..r lull
k..r skew Sraay mriagst excellent fare for won-
21 TwNn Steaks..Sociability..andSchenley are
a. -
: Forces for 9:30 oCh..... 4, leahriec -
llrll- nelill" : continuance of racial segregation K.. Kaipt.NEW derful "evening out"parties..Why not change your routine...

ij i iraY ka ILACI in Florida have and enjoy the hospitality of fine restaurants or taverns now,

!i! PEAS EYE12ut. tHEER 25C proposed would publicly a bill display which DEALCAB during National Tavern Month. One suggestion: ask the man

{ .. facilities serving Negro COMPANY to Serve Sociable Schenley..and put life in your party!

t It. and white patrons. IllS c... fU. DM El 4.1(11




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& State's Isaac Will OilS Collect Assumes.. Coaching ReinsAT Miles Sparks Florida Launches

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24,009 In Schlitz Fishing Awards TiE'w: In Relays Gigantic ProgramFor ; ; I


TAMPA---With the 1963 Schlitz Florida At Tuskegee .
Fishing Derby now operating in all four -

zones of the state, fishermen have cap- BIRMINGHAM Ala. -- The Recreation door .recreation market jot

;mow; tured 817 Schlitz-tagged fish--the two Miles College track squad, TALLAHASSEE -- The year the nation. The prograa as
top value catches to date being worth t composed of 'Leon Jones, 1963 could be the greatest outlined in the Florida
Outdoor Recreation Act
$1.000 each--for total awards of $24,009.This W.K. Bradford Robert Williams single conservation and
meets all the reqalreaents
means that, state- Henry Bell, John outdoor recreation ses-
date covers payments for of Federal Acts which will
wide, four $10,000 fish sion in Florida's legis-
catches of fish releasedfor Ya1 Bell, Ben Horn, Benjamin make grants aad loans
(one in each zone) are the 1963 derby as well Gordon and C. Byrd par- lative history. A number available to states which

still at liberty, along as for catches of fish : ticipated in the two day of bills have been introduced have an official state
witH 30 of the in both the
over Tuskegee Relay Carnival,
tagged in the 1961 and plan for outdoor recre-
GENE BAKER and Senate and House that are
$1,000 ones more May 3-4.
The d'
1962 derbies. 01 tion development.These .
GENE BAKER, first Negro $1,000 ones and more than fish are worth at least Leon Jones was a medal designed to provide a outdoor reoreation

signed by the Chicago Cubs 9,000 fish with tags worth $25 each for the four- winner in the finals of future of hunting, fishingand bills provide that only

and later traded to the $100 $50, and $25. The month duration of the the 100 yards dash won by outdoor recreation for the actual asers of recre-

Pittsburgh Pirates, was derby has another 15 days derby In a particularzone Robert (Bob) Hayes of generations to come according ation facilities aDd ser-

promoted this year to a (through May 31) to run in and thereafter revert Florida ,in 9.3. The relay to A. D. Aldrich vices will finance the

coaching position with the Zones 1 and 2, the first to a $3 redemption team of Jones, Bradford, director Game and Fresh developments and their
Water Fish Commission.The .
Bucs after having managedone zones opened, will con- value. The $25 paymentsare Williams and Horn finished maintenance. Citizens who
of their farm teams tinue in Zone 3 through to encourage the return fourth in the 880 Relay. Fresh Water Fishing actually use outdoor recreation -

for two years.Precedent. July 31, and in Zone 4 of tagged fish that TENN. STATE:--John A. Merritt (left) and his This was the final meet Improvement Bill of 1963 facilities have

through August 31. have been free for a long chief assistant Joe Gilliam, have been signedto of the season for thet was signed by Governor historically and tradi-
Setter Farris Bryant Thursday,
The two $1,000 fish were time, since these speci- guide the destinies of Tennessee State's rack team. It also tionally paid their way in
closed out the collegiate May 9, and became one of
ANOTHER barrier caught by Mrs.Jack Robertsof mens are of particular research gridiron forces. Last year, Merritt' Jackson all the program available
RACIAL
track career for Leon the first steps in a pro-
fell recently when John Tampa and Joseph B. value to the two State College garnered the 1962 mythical Negro to them. Hunters and
gressive conservation -
Jones and \Y.K. Bradford. program
Hall, former captain of'Griffin of Palatka. The fish conservation agencies collegiate grid title by defeating Florida A.and designed to Improvethe fishermen are classic

the Texas Outlaws National lucky catch by Mrs. which are cooperating with M. University in the Orange Blossom Classic. state's fresh water examples of a segment of

Skating Derby team signeda Roberts, a Zone 1 resi- Schlitz in the third Tenn.'s proxy discharged the entire coaching Big DaddyMoved 'fishing in over twenty the population who have

one-year contract to dent, was a Zone 3 fish annual recreation-and-re- staff after State won only one game during the The Outdoor Recre- financed crusades for

coach the Detroit Devils. pulled from Lake Pana- search event. entire season.Living. Up years.ation Act of 1963 cleared green forests and clean
Hall soffkee. It was a one- waters. These citizens
replaced Roger
Schroeder who resignedover pound bass. The $1,000 Wihm To AidGhana From ObscurityDETROIT the legislature the Governor's and received will always represent the

specimen snagged by Grif- best interests in resource
With
disagreement with the
SportsBy signature on May 10.
Program. -- Although Genre conservation and
management concerning fin was an eight-ounce red Aldrich said the Outdoor are strong
breast from Zone 4. ..... (Big Daddy) Lipscomb'sdeath supporters of all types of
player-trades. r",,. .r." Recreation Act. together
Charles J.
Livingston
attributed to
The $24,009 awarded to I ;" was an .with the four implementing outdoor recreation and
: ; ICAGO-ANP---If the Barnum and Bailey overdose of heroin, sources ,,measures, is full assurance sound conserbation measures -
Teen TalkBy '' :." ...'.i.ix circus combine could be credited with close to him say the giant of Florida'sfuture Aldrich! said.

.,,. :. producing 'The Greatest. Show"-on Earth, pro-tackle lived a good in competitive outSets -
ROBIN FORRESTER "Rassling" promoters 'could-=&IsT claim life in many respects. Gambling, WiAS3rd

: distinction (or be blamed) for fashioningthe After Gene graduated from RecordDON
:
Hi Teens! The column this week is dedicated to': .,, .I' zaniest sports show on record.I Miller High herehe serveda SWAC Title
those of you who will attend the first event on: ." 4' ">:n"' am ,referring, of course, to the grunt- stint with the Marinesand With
--
La.
GRAMBLING.
the commencement calendar, the prom. Last week I. : "1 and groan business of wrestling, whichis made pro-football take a Frank Garnet uncorking his
'. < currently far outdrawing boxing as a note of noncollegetrained
promised you more tips on What to Do at Proms ':} eighth homerun of the sea
and Dances from "The Seventeen Book of Etiquetteand .;, ,,+, sports attraction, by the simple processof players.He son and John Wyatt blasting -
"'
.i-
a.f. drawing housewives and their dedicated worked his from
way
Entertaining" by Enid Haupt. '
,, a pair of triples,
Do.Yoi..thanLahnysnza-danr.EYou smile and : / : t"'f' husbands from their staid living rooms obscurity with the L.A.
.E"i < : Grambling College won its
say "That was fun, wasn't it?" If he thanks ": (": into sweltering, noisy arenas and open- Rams from whence he was third straight South-
ti; ; .j ; air ballparks.For castoff to the Baltimore
you first, you thank him )n return. \ ? .. western conference base-
What._about. _thg. bv *h can't. dance.Er11? Tell teWILMA" the crazy antics that go on ,inside Colts as an all-pro defensive ball crown by defeating
him.he's great anyway.Some of the RUDOLPH and outside of ring, no other port event tackle with the a, Texas Southern 4-2 and
about ACCRA. Ghana Miss Wil- touch :' two-times world champions.From .
great dancers are nervous can 'rassling. In "Rassling, 10-0 last week.
dancing with new girls, and Just ma Rudolph, 1960 Olympicwomen's everything goes: Kicking, butting, hair the Colts, he moved In the opening contest,
tripe-threat golc
seem hopeless. Some of the poor -., pullingeye gouging, acrobatics and a the Pittsburgh Steelers to the Tigers had to come
dancers, Just need to be put at .medal champion recently, sideshow that rivals Barnum and Bailey's.The retain his top rating.In from behind when the
concluded a four. day visit
ease to dance fairly well. she had performers, who are usually matched 1963 Big Daddy climaxed Jaguars scored a pair of
here by declaring
gtgean d j py You can stand and top without regard to race or sanity, are his brilliant career first inning tallies, plusa
potential
talk to your partner or walk off 'w fetbletes seen many here. She said also a queer bunch. They include legiti- by being named the came'smost pair of singles knottingthe
the floor with him. lr k. mate wrestlers strongmen midgets rugged valuable lineman
she would be willing to score in the fifth.
Ia.1LCIln'-t-danca..a' certain number return to help train babes who perform rudely out of character, during the annual event The giant-towering Gar-

admit you can' t and ask if he d ROBIN Ghana's track competitors.The washed-up' prize fighters, football play- played in Los Angeles.This Cry nett dazzled a large representation -
rather sit this one out. If he wants to teach 22-yearrold Miss Rudolph ers seeking extra off-season loot, and was his greatest honor anda of major

you, be an enthusiastic pupil-even if you're a' A&I male dudes who model strictly for laughs.; fitting climax for this league-scouts with his
a Tenn. 'athlete whose life
clumsy one.Gloves But the spectators also are strange.They popular brace of fourmasters. '
graduate, was highly impressed at a mere
tragically
may be worn while dancingand as a matterof by Ghanaian sprin- include portly gents and their noisy, ended Grambling had a 21-2 sea-
fact it's correct to wear gloves in public for overdressed female companions; businessmen 33-years. son's records and a 17-2
Mike
Hart and
ters Rose
Last Tuesday week was one
anything except eating or serving refreshments.Yes Ahey during his attendanceat and professionals, plain Joes, and of pro-football's saddest COUNCIL to annex another SWAC

( you may even shake hands with gloves on.) the West African track even weekend drunks. Literally, East and days. TEMPLE U's Don Council rar l mark. Since World War II, :'

Evening bags may be left at the table while you meet in Ibadan, West West do meet at "rassling" matches. a 21.2 second 220yarcdash I the Tigers have amassed

are dancing if you have an assigned place to sit. Nigeria before departinghome. Some rabid fans kid themselves into believing Student to set a new recorc I 349 victories in 403

If you're moving around carry your bag with )ou. that wrestling is "legitimate. Top Athlete during the Middle Atlantic: g ames.

If it's a small clutch bag hold it in your left All Ghanaian athletes But only the very naive holds fast to Conference track and field I

hand while dancing, so that it doesn't interfere need to do to develop into such a belief. The majority of sports Named A&T College championships held May 11 * *
with the hand your partner holds. If the bag hasa World class competitorsis fans will tell you without any promptingthat at La Salle College Stadi-

handle, dangle it from your wrist while you to concentrate on training wrestling is 'phony. '. One bold Student Council Prexy um. .." ... .' I
dance. (It would bang against your partner'sback Miss Rudolph con- ringsider told me within sound of several U. S. Tennis Team Taps Negro "".j'
if you held it with your left hand.) cluded. rabid fans that "wrestling is phonier GREENSBORO N.C. -- A
Here s hoping the tips will help you have fun. that a wooden nickle' and 'strictly for standout football and Arthur Ashe 19-year old sophomore

Oh! I have not forgotten the boys. Here is a the birds. Yet, he says he wouldn't baseball player and honor Business Administration major at UCLA

last minute check list. miss one of the "shows" for "anythingin student was last week and rated the finest Negro tennis pros-,

Boys did you gather enough courage to ask your GJC CoachesTo the world."He goes "for the laughs"he elected president of the pect of all time, was named to* the U*. S.

dream girl to go to the prom? said. A&T College Student Davis Cup squad last week.

Check with her on the color of her dress. White Seek Out From my own observation, it appears Government. Ashe a native of Richmond Va. prepped
flowers do not show on a white dress. Ask about safer to watch a "rassling" match on Jesse Jackson, a rising at the local M. L. Walker High School and I
'
the style of her dress. You can't pin flowerson TV from one's living room, instead of senior from Greenville later at Sumner High in St. Louis. He wasa

her skin. Wrist corsages are in order. ,Athletic TalentIn risking being hit by a flying chair or S.C. won easily the top member of the 1962 U. S. Jr. Davis Cup

Arrange for transportation. Don't wait and a few days, coachesat suffering a broken ,leg when one of the student post in the squad which was also a first. H e also
discover walking is the only way to arrive. Gibbs Junior College zany performers is tossed from ,the ring campus wide elections con- lettered in high school baseball and

Have a dreamy time at the prom Guys. plan to tour the state for into your lap. But I readily,'admit ,that ducted at the college on basketball. ', .
Here's some yak from the pak. Some teens have outstanding athletes who to stay at home is to miss half''the 'fun, last week. Jackson defeated He became one of the 11 players named

started new fad: Wearing an assortment of will be graduating from color and excitement which. the TV camera' Winser Alexander last wiek to the top squad after having
buttons with unusual style and color on their Florida's high schools cannot pick up. Columbia N.C. and Cary advanced to the quarter-finals in the 77th
socks. This is really keen!...would like to hear this June. The performers include the likes of Hay- Bell of Jackson N. C. Annual Southern California Sectional

about the latest fad in your crowd. An expanded athletic pro- stack Calhoun, the 600-pound Arkansas Jackson, who maintains. Tennis championships at the Los Angeles
The concert bands of various schools have gram plus Increased demands Hillbilly, who is too huge to catch any- honor roll status on the Tennis Club.

been traveling in recent weeks. for Junior college body; the muscle boys, represented by campus, last season was a
Stanton' concert band gave an exchange con- athletes are reasons for Seaman Art Thomas; golden-haired Buddy top performer with the INDEPENDENT OIL CO.

cert at Lake High in Tampa: Blocker Journeyedto the talent hunt accordingto Rogers and Chief Ababa, the huge grappier A&T College Aggies foot- KEROSENE HOME DELIVERY

Tallahassee: Northwestern performed in head coach Norman Jack- from the Land of the Rising Sun. ball team, playing both- MECHANIC ON DUTY
Johnson's concert defensive end and offen- Ike Joseph ------------------- ProprietorState
Clearwater, and James Weldon a stellar athlete There is also a colorful ex-high jumper
son,
band was guest of Sixteenth Street Junior High during his high schooldays named Argentina Rocco, who performs unbelievable sive fullback. He majorsin and Jefferson Streets Bl 6-9482

School in St. Petersburg on Sunday. Their trip in Tampa. acrobatic acts and owns the applied sociology.

included a tour of the city and a reception "..e are participating in most educated feet in wrestling. Rocco OPEN FOR BUSINESS .
with his feet. A NENSPAPER 30GDSON CLEANERS Annouacj ,.the Opening of ajjftwBranch
after the concert. baseball this year with can beat a man unconscious *
handsome his of Little Value Unless Office at 5504 Avejibeto.; "Owe When-'
Bye for now. i the blessings of Branch He has his counterpart in a
it Can Print the News Can Get Quality Cleani&VFREE Pr10.p;
Rickey, we are looking jumping jack named Argentina Apollo,
As it Sees it. -- PICKUP& DHJVHir iiiV CiR -- _
forward to continuing our whom the ladies "Just love.
success in basketball and Ranking with the best and most popular

we want to supply some of the performers is a coterie of Negro

major colleges and universities "rasslers." BIG SAVINGS ON TIRES
with some fine They include the famous Dory Dixon and

talent" coach Jackson Calypso Kid, both of whom can play ping .I Gaaraaieed Recaps
said. pong on opponents' heads with their cele-
The success of Willie brated "Cocoa Butt" ; Bo Bo Brazil who Compare These Prices.

f Booker Sherman Hammond combines art with strength and showman- SIZES OUR PRICE SIZES OUR.PJHC* t.>l_ #.'l,
and Leroy Cannady. a trio ship; the colorful "Black Orchid," and, 750--14 $7.95 800-15 $9.9i '

l of Lakeland cagers who of course Seaman Thomas, regarded as 7G-15 7.95 820-15 9.95
i made good at Gibbs and one of the strongest men in wrestling. 800-1. 8.95 850-14 9.91

than at New Mexico State, Dixon and Calypso Kid are West Indian 710-15 8.95 900-1y4 9.96

LEARN A TRADE Influenced Coach Askew to imports. Other foreign grapplers includethe 160-15 9.95 950-14 9.95
ask for six Junior college brick-bat throwing Kangaroos, from

to Six Short Menlhs That capers for next year's Australia; Yukon Eric from the Artie
Aggie squad.By SPECIAL OFFER! >
Circle, and Rocco and Apollo.
;
Will Be BENEFICIALFor being a member of the There are countless others, some of Bring the picture of Mr. Moreland iHitiwn at

LIFETIME National Junior College whom are more famous for their pre- right and you'11-be given $1.25 reduction off
a
Athletic Association. wrestling dress rehearsals. It is common every, Tire you purchase.Moreldid. ,
JACKSONVILLEVARIER Gibbs had been in the (even desired) to see a grappler enter Co.

spotlight, hence the the ring in black tie, top hat and tails Tire .. .

COLLEGE INC. numerous requests for and then spend five minutes peeling off 3409 Myrtle Ate. at 2411 EL 4-9451 '
athletes who get grants- in front of the cheering ringside audience.

63O DAVIS ST. at Beaver in aid to completely Others wear masks that make them look Host Modern Recapping EquipeentPAU

111% Air 'CiilitlmlJACKSINVILIE finance their final two like Ben from Mars. Haystack Calhoun

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Hold Win Top Spots In Tourney Writers Rite Sports World Pays

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.:O..S: Roy 'Grtiftst'BOSTON
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-- Former world Davis Final Respect

1913 ChiMps middle and welterweight- -
champion Sugar Ray Robinson -
ELMIRA. N. Y. Funeral Modell said he was paid a
HAMPTON One of these was named top all-time On Monday, pupils at Elmira
services for Ernie Davis visit May 16 by Davis whc
rare reunions of the fighter on a pound-for- Free Academy where
the toast of collegiate related he was going tothe
sports world--a golden pound basis last week by Davis first began the
anniversary of a championship the Academy of Sports football two-seasons ago. hospitalbut statedt career in sports which

team--was held r Editors. Robinson held the were held here Wednesdaywith hat it was nothing carried him to the pin-

Tuesday (May 21) in Cleveland i middleweight crown five- an impressive gather- serious. Davis' neck was nacle of fane observed a
.:- Ing of sports and public swollen considerably Mo-
Hall at Hampton Institute times. minute of silence in his
as the climax to Henry (Hammerin' Hank) figures on hand to pay him dell continued and we memory.On .
3 final tribute. all knew what it
.d meant.
Varsity Day.'allef" Armstrong only fighter to Tuesday, the city'sthree
Walter H. Aiken Davis who following "I think he did too'w'Y
,simultaneously hold three high schools can-
,
graduation from
now a wealthy contractorand world titles--feather- Syracuse celled athletic events and
real estate dealer in weight lightweight and had been paid the highest flags on the schools and

Atlanta is sponsoring the welterweight second bonus price--$80,000-- city buildings were flownat

50th anniversary meeting ever did get to play half mask.Funeral .
with 68 percent of the
of the 1913 HI football balloting.Joe after it was discovered : services were
during training at the I
team which won the CIAA
Louis considered by held Wednesday at 2 p.m.
title. Along with Aiken many as the greatest All-Star camp in Evanston. f' in Monumental Baptist

and other members of that champion who ever lived Ill.that he was afflicted Church. Pallbearers were

team who will unite on the was fifth in the voting with Leukemia a deadly r 1 Davis' football teammates
blood
disease.
s campus will be their Y with 41 percent. at Elmira Free Academy.
coach,Charles H. Williams s Jake Dempsey and Mickey This revealation, however, They were: Ted DeFilllpo
whose is was kept from Davis and
long biography Walker were third and J aC.k Moore William

highlighted by these pre- C fourth in the poll. the general public for Fitzgerald Frank Cox,
sent day activities: Pre- : ; more than three months. Lewis Stark Jr. and Leo

sident and general managerof : Young Sparks The 23-year old Daviswas : Hughey.
:
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jiA : the : .t <
first :
Negro ever
Bay Shore Beach vice- Former Syracuse All-
t to win the Heisman .:
president of Peoples Trophy __ American Jim Brown, star
Building and Loan Associa- A & T Banquet the highest honor given of the Cleveland Browns of

tion (Hampton), and memberof annually to an outstanding 1 Modell added. 'He." Mo- the National Football League

HI board of trustees. .... GREENSBORO N.C. -More college football player.In dell concluded came to Syracuse coach Ben
Three other team mates than 100-athletes at A&T October doctors told say goodbye tn me and the Schwartzwalder and members

who will be feted are College members of Aggie Davis and Cleveland Brown
Fred C. Scott, formerly an varsity teams were officials that the diseasewas Davis died peacefully pallbearers.

instructor at HI; Ralph S. honored at the annual All- In an remissive state. I Hay 18.Many .
COMPETING against some of the nation's
Stoney formerly employedin top golfers during the Sports Banquet on Friday meaning that it was con- forms of tributewere
the maintenance depart- Second Annual New Era Golf Club's mixed tournament held May 18 and evening. May 17. trolled temporarily. paid Davis' memory

sent; and Charles W. 19 on Macon Ga.'s city owned golf and Country Club course The affair was held in Browns' President Arthur 1 here this week. New Fishermen'sShoe

Dixon. all retired. and Miss Gertrude Styles (right) of 1572 West 30th Street gainedthe the Student Service Center -

living in Hampton. runnerup spot to Miss M. M. Carney of Nashville, Tennessee .' beginning at 7:30 IntroducedTAMPA

Other '13 champs who are and Jacksonville's other wellknown golfer Mrs. Maxine Mears o' clock. Suns Add Power Defense i

g expected at the banquetare of 1734 Campus Street gained the number 3 spot. In the men's Claude "Buddy" Young (FN6) What's the

: William A. Flynt. division 23-year old Lee Elders of Los Angeles broke the course former star halfback at I -' : M-- .r ideal all-around shoe for

Frogmore S.C. ; WilliamH. record with an 11-under par aggregate score to win the champion- the UniversityofIllinois. 1r: fishermen?

Givens. Buffalo N.Y.; ship. The two local golfers had high praise for the City of Macon later as star halfback \ 'f A Milwaukee footwear

Linneaus Pinn Ettrick officials and golfers whom they stated rolled out the red carpetfor with the Baltimore Colts ,." manufacturer who queried

Va., and Joseph Oliver of the competing participants. \ "1 fishing experts to find
.
Philadelphia who was Jax Legion's 1 out says the most Important -

captain of the team. Archie Walls i s single requirementis

Dr. Thomas Casey distinguished Championship Outdoor Sports Baseball Leader ; aL a non-slip sole for

neurologist of $100,000 For negotiating those wet
SURF FISHING ON THE ROCKS j
Cleveland who played Attends State Confab : boat decks or slip'Ieryrocks

football basketball and Johnson Obit Bout June 27 Baseball chairman Roy L. t and logs. But
Surf Fishermen
Is
competed in track at Hampton a of Jax American anglers also want a water
NEW YORK -- With Champ rocky bottom stealing all IIalloy
in the 40s. will address repellent leather shoe
197 attendedthe
an all-college assembly Sonny Liston said to be your sinkers? (Also Streamor Legion Post t that will take rough wear
of the
state meeting
at 10:45 a.m. on the most anxious principalit Lake Fishermen! Is a and give foot protectionyet
annual District Base-
llth
Varsity Day. was revealed here last rocky..oh. you get the be light and com-
Letters and certificates week that the heavyweight idea. ) The little bags ball Committee held May fortable

from the Varsity Club will championship rematch tobacco comes in make fine 19th in Ocala. Principal feature of the

go to athletes in all between Listen and Patterson sinkers when filled with The following agenda was new shoe called the Strike

classifications of sportsat will be held June 27th sand. Hard to hang up. discussed: 4 is a unique flexible
Team rules and regulations -
the V-Day banquet. r in Las Vegas Nev. Slide over obstacles. Hold publicity rubber sole with scores of
sponsors
About 300 are expected to ,' Along with the announcement great. inset blunt rubber
financing, transportation
attend. I Liston is said to DOUBLE DUTY PLIERS *'fingers* to provide unexcelled -
meals, housing umpires
> be anxious to get the grip under all
Sun Home Slate ground rules scheduling
bout over with so that One kind of tip always r fishing conditions It's
playing fields, pl -offs.
Hay 31-'Suns vs Rochester ; he can rid himself of tickles us.It's the double of nallless constructionand
files shown
Two were on _
June 1-Suns vs Rochester C? ] obligations to Pattersonand duty kind where one gadget Junior Baseball. non-marking rubber to
June 2- Suns vs Rochester 1\ Championship Sports can be made to do the avoid marring boat decks.

June 3Suns vs Syracuse Inc. especially the lat- -
work of another gadget. Bit by bit** every * *
June 4 Suns vs Rochester ter. This one is pliers. Just litter bit JiurtsiIEATIN'
June 5 Suns vs Toronto Liston it is claimed grind down one handle
June 6 --Suns vs Toronto cannot forget that CSI r
Suns return home June 14 gave him only 12 per cent, THE GUNBy

Single Games 7:30 p.m. the lowest percentage a ADDITION of former Cleveland centerfielderto

Doubleheaders 6:00 p.m. MOORE challenger ever receivedin BILL BROWER our own Jax Suns has given the Bobby

4:00 a heavyweight championship CHI GO-ANP--- Moduro-Ben Geraghty combine one of the
Sundays. it
p.m. ST. LOUIS Stating
fight in modern history most effective outfield combos in the
The Minnesota Twins who
would take $100,000 to get were sur- f;
Record CoHolder ;1 him into the ring with for the first bout. prising second last year. have virtuallythe current International League pennant race. _

PRINCENTON. N.J. Yale ;1ightheavyweight champ Under the first fight's same team this season. Vic Power Tasby who bats and throws from the star- -4
contract Patterson gained board side is 5-11 tall and weighs 180-
junior Wendell Motley. 1 1pased Harold Johnson Archie happier than ever, should have another
the Elis to a fifth-I Moore said he would the right to name the date good year, both at the plate and in the pounds. He joins the stellar outer garden s

t straight championship re- 'willingly step aside if and.site. of the rematch. field. Lenny Green the Twins' center- clique of Billy Williams. Tony Washington,

cently. when he ran a 47- his protege Allen Thomas Jack Nilon.stated:Liston's adviser fielder is one of the most underrated Walt Bond and Dan Morejon. Three Negro

second flat 400 to tie a..got a shot at the world "We have to fight Floydto players in the game. Earl Battey behind outfielders and one pitcher have won
Heptagonal Games Track and title. get rid of them (CSI). the bat is a standout receiver probably starting roles on this year's Suns team. HOW ABOUT A

Field meet record. This Saying he is capable of The sooner the better. We among the top two or three receivers in "COOKS" TOUR?

spring. Mottley shocked knocking out Johnson want to be free and clear the majors. .Zerrp Varsallies is a coming To Uphold Hayes. Paremore Standards Can't think of a better

onlookers at the annual 'Moore continued he was not and able to do what we shortstop. Pedro Oliya, a young outfielder nan to take you on one

Penn Relays when be illlng to fight for pea- want. is a fine hitter but may be sent out TALLAHASSEE---After two years in the shadow of than Willie James Cooks

anchored a 46.2 leg in the luts. for further development. Internationally known sprint champion Bob Hayes He s beea driving a New

400. Moore flew here from Los Another surprise team last year, Los and fleet-footed Robert Paremore Florida A. andM. Deal Cab since 1944 and in

MAGNOLIA GARDEN FIRST DRUG STORE! Angeles to supervise pro- Angeles Angels also have much the same University speedster Bob Harris has emergedas that time has chalked op an

tege Thomas' 15-round cast, with Leon Wagner and Felix Torres a dasher in his own right. enviable safety record

Her Yen's Phftrmicy match with tough Sixto retaining starting roles in the outfieldand that would be bard to beat. .

2135 WEST EDGEWOOD AVENUEFree Redriquez saids" could at third base. Julio Navarro is being He can well be erred of his

Pick Up & Delivery Service: easily take off 25poundsand used as a "long man" in the Angels' driving reeord which has

Prescriptions and Other Drug Items 'proceed to box Johnson relief corps.Cleveland's. earned him 16 safety be.....

Please Dial PO 5-4485 or PO 51582Store' s ears off. Jim Grant a righthanderwho And a 7 year safety award
But I would like very half of last in the
s Motto : spent year army, pin.
"LET US FILL YOUR NEXT PRESCRIPTION' much for my young fighter is looking for a banner year on the mound Mr. Cooks and his wife
"
I. D. Harris. Reg. Pharm. (Thomas) to do this. Ellis Burton acquired via waivers from Willie Lee own their own
,Moore added. because if I
the Houston Colts was a surprise starterin hone at 6846 Mesa Road
i
knock Johnson out again rightfield. That left Willie Kirklandand and are the proud grandparents -

Sell.Jo04 Center people would"say I'm a Willie Tasy, outfielders, on the .\ of two .n*..

1 mean old man. bench. Walter Bond, the big outfielder : Willie is a member of the
""" Moore about 47-years old
.
appears headed back to the minors. Masons and hold the degree
MVrHe Avc and Adams 'Phone 1L 4-14 which he won't admit is .
Earl Wilson, a no-hit pitcher last year, t,1"- of Worsfaipfol Master. The'
MAMCXOVI LAICI recognized world light- might be Boston Red Sox' ace. Roman Cooks attend the Poaataln

SNAPPERS u. 4ScWMOII MILLET u. 29c heavyweight in California. Mejlas. the Cuban outfielder has been .".. Chapel AME. One of the
I but Johnson whom Moore
IIBSNAPPER STEAXnSH 50 slotted in leftfield, with Felix Man- things that Willie likesto
u. : knocked out in the last of
u. 59C U-IN f ....- their five meetings is tilla expecting to see plenty of actionas do is sing; and this

a utility man. talent is pmt to great see
GOURMET CORNER recognized as champion
..ne N..c........WIle ...-ne ......,... elsewhere. One of the best hitters in the AL is for Willie is a member of

CONCH MEAT 014 *..<* 49c Floyd Robinson, the Chicago White Sox J the famed ....1 Cr Hen.
M Watch This Clown outfielder. The Pale Hose chances for a ,Too have probably heard
KING CRAB LEGS ..
U-O& ft.
Tn-.e4 ... $s.ait-c. w...... 11 4& 13 high finish also depends on the work of this grump stag in oh arch
Juan Pizzaro, the Puerto Rican southpawwho i or on television mast times.

KING CRAI LEGS $1.25 4-516- 22 was something of a disappointment Next time fat seed a cab -

u. 3 last year Grover (Deacon) Jones, a strong i- dial El 4-1611 sad ask for
I SPECKLED TIGHT u. HefttSH SNAD Rum reela 93cW 6U 1 hitter is being retained by Manager Al _____ Willie James Cooks mad New
** 1 MK. a_
STIAMID STOMI RIM. M.\CICIIR. 5 9 Lopez as a pinchhitter.Kansas KEN KNIGHT Deal Cab 143 Day. Toa'll
CRAB, CUWS u. 19c STEAKS Lb.4cc City have high hopes for Bill be glad yo did.
12-95- 2& Pryan, who started the season as the Invites You To Listen To-
KKFISH u. 35c MtWlSH u. 29c 465 50 113 B. v .. watch es. NIl
regular catcher. He is a rockie. Ed
turn* she Ssy .......
Shellfish & Boneless Dept. Sometimes he' a up Charles has been reinstalled as a regular "KNIGHT TRAIN"Starting at ':)8 a.. OUJIM 4, tN.

CLAW CftAft MEAT ......................Lk $1.10 SosetlBe. he s dom third basemanand Jose Tartabull startedin t..iag' K. K.IlM.
1 i WHIT DELUXI CJUt MEAT .............U. $1-M He adds subtracts center.
i : HA SCALLOPS,.. tm .... ..............U- ?9cLOtSTHt in the At TOO p.m.. Nlglrtly- NEW DEALCAB
He of the ballplayers
works it all around. One premier
TAILS-4 .. < Ox. Sis.. FIWM ....U. S1.60
i CRAi CLAW PINCERS ............. 12 Oi. CM star C..ill AttrxtiHS League this season might be Chuck Hin- COMPANY
COCKTAIL LUMP .. .... .... ..h..........Lk. $2.25 ton, the Washington outfielder, who 1400 WRHC 1400
WHOU FRESH FROZfN CLAMS ........... LI. I5c 5 8& 20 batted.312 last year for the last placer. UI5 feft It lit El 41111f'





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'AGE FLORIDA STAR SATURDAY MAY 25, 1 1M3


Church Of Chris! Gospel Echoes . . .1* Police Reportsdent. * *:f. *


Written In Heaven iO Stage June 2 BREAK IN REPORTED Officers said one :.r
drinking party, police re- FIGHT OVER DRINKS
Sunday services at the Gospel Concert t AT STANTON VOCATIONAL witness who was about 100 ported. .-- CAUSES PAIR' AftftBST ,

Church of Christ Writtenin A big gospel treat is in ; Stanton Vocational School feet away observed the Gordon Roper of 1257

Heaven. 1434 Kings Rd. store for all music lovers located at 521 W. Ashley incident. The wallet is Clay Street told police he A Caroline Street man

Bishop J.C. Blakely pastor and singing fans, Sunday Street was broken into and said to have contained had been drinking pith a pulled a pocket knife on

will begin with the night June 2nd. when the entered between 11 p.m. identification cards and ,man on the way from Fan another man last Sundayto

Sunday School at 10 a.m. Gospel Echoes present a and 9:30 a.m.. Tuesday. other valuable papers and Galle, Florida and when force him to take a \

with Mrs. S.M. Brown in program at the Triumph Supply Superintendent F. two-dollars in.money. they reached Jacksonville irlnk with him and eadedjp

Patrolmen J.W. McCormickand they met a woman near the in Duval Medical Center
charge. Holiness Church, on Third A. Lang said the storeroom

Morning worship service and Franklin Sts. Rev. which is located in J.J. McGivney investi bus station and started police reported.

will begin at 12 noon. The Hall is the pastor. Room 211 was forced open gated. drinking again. Police said their investigation -
J1 . . . .
speaker for the morning This will be their pre- by removing hinge pins They went into a beer revealed that

service will be Mist anniversary program ana and prying the door off. garden opWest State St.. Tony Burnett Alexander

Gloria Jordan. Miss Jane many of the groups and +/ At the time of the Investigation BRAWLING DUET he said. The woman went 52.of 127 Caroline Street, !

Bellamy will serve as singers of the city will "" a report on ARE ARRESTEDA outside and invited the tried to make Alfonso I

soloist. Board 2 and Choir participate on the pro- missing items could not board wielder was man outside on the pre- Robeson. 31. take a drink

2 will serve at each ser- gram. be determined pending in- placed in Jail and his text that she was going with him after Robesoa had

vice. Miss Dorothy Blakely Among them will be the ventory.. The suspect pro- victim was treated in out with him. When he refused. t

will serve as pianist.The Excellisor Gospel Singers U bably hid somewhere in the Duval Medical Center for reached outside ne said he When Robeson refused.

Y. P. c. w. will con- the Celestial Gospel building until night wounds received in a fight was hit in the face with aboard Alexander pulled his knife

vene at 6 p.m. and evening Singers Biven Specials k- classes were concluded last Saturday. and his money was and Robeson picked up a

worship will begin at Zion Grove Spiritual police stated. George Lee Johnson of taken. He reported the chair and hit victim on

8pm. This is the observance Singers, Male Chorus of Patrolman M.J. Hayes con- 2172 Broadway Ave. and loss of $120. the head, knocking him

of Youth Day and Poyal Tabernacle Baptist ducted the investigation.. Isaac Byrd 42, of 472 The woman who hit him is through a glass* window ,

Pastor Blakely and the Church. Andrew McCall and RESEARCH SCIENTIST-Miss Joan Foster, research . . . Broadway Ave. engaged in a called 'Shorty.. She is police said. Th.e victimwas

church officials are extending the Sunbeam Singers, the scientist working on Federal government contract workat fight which ended with said to hang around a bard taken to Duval Medical

an invitation the Thelmarettes and Mrs. the University of Maryland, tests the reaction of 2 WOMEN JAILED Byrd being jailed an at Ashley and Davis Sts. Center in private car.

youth and adults to be Thelma Edwards, Mrs. Alberta pigeons to an electric stimulator of the brain. AFTER STREET FIGHT Johnson being treated for and a bar at the corner of Both parties were arrestedand
"
present Latimore and the wounds, police announced.It Beaver and Davis Strees. charged with :fighting
Churches AskedTo Shiloh Observes hit
Latimore Singers and many Two women were hospi- was reported Byrd
FOR RENT APARTMENT FIR RENT
STRAND talized for treatment of Johnson several times witha
others. The program will Annual Women'sThe
Aid Cancer
i Rooms and ApartmentCall
be
will
board. Johnson
begin promptly at 8:30. wounds last Tuesday, police Furnished-i2.50-Purn.

STARTING SUNDAY There will be no admission Fund SundayJames annual Women's Day reported.Ray placed in jail as soon as 356-8301 Rm $7.75-Single Man

the Gospel Echoes L. Williams, chair- observance of Shiloh Frances Davis. 27, of he recovers, police said. SITUATION WANTED 354-5339

will be heard in several Metropolitan Baptist 313 Jefferson Street, Patrolman H.C. Johnson
man of the Eugene Butler Housework by Day or Week
Church Cleveland and conducted the investigation. FOR SALE
x. selections by special re- armed with a broken bottle
Branch of the American by Experienced Christian
quest. Beaver Streets will be neck and Inell Jones. 22, .
Cancer Society announced a held 26.Committees. . . Woman-Also Experiencedin CHEV 57 BELAIRV8
May of W. Church Street using
Blocker Preparing report of contributionsthe for the observance her finger nails clashedin THIEVES ROB Baby Sitting-After HT-Beautiful Black

a various churches have Music, CHARITABLE AGENCY 6 P.m. Call PO 8-5909 & White-At-PW-PB-R & H
are:
Closing ActivitiesThe made to date in the 1963 regular female fashion 9762 ivey Road 1

Cancer Crusade. In some Josephine Browning Mrs. and fought it out until Thieves paid a visit to HOUSE FOR SALE Telephone RA 4-0467
Alice Mack. Mrs. Alyce
Isaiah Blocker Ele- L.
they were stopped.
instances the report the Florida Charity Bene-
mentary-Junior High Schoolis 0. Roberts, Miss Beverly Miss Jones stated that 3 Bdrm-Lvg Rm-Dng Rm-
represented a final tabulation fit Company last Monday
making preparations for Smith; ushers Mrs. Ora Miss Davis told her in the Kitchen-Back Porch- ,
of the churches' night and left the company
its closing activities Brooks. Mrs. Annie Hill, bar she wanted to talk to Fine ConditionWithor 1
ALFRED HrrCHCOCKS effort and in others a inns of some valuable Royal Crown.
during the remaining Mrs. Loudell MitchellMrs. her, but Miss Jones said Without Beauty '
stock reported
partial report. Mr. Wil- police
weeks of it's school Lucy M. Wilson, Mrs. Ruby she refused to talk. Miss Shop. For Appointment Cola
liams extended special Police said investigation -
1 calendar year. Kitchings. Davis kept following her call PO 5-2996.
thanks to the Rev. Dallas revealed that Miss
The principal Edward Beautification, Mrs.
Graham of Mt. Ararat Baptist with the broken bottle Dessie Mae Norman sec- I
and Be nthone, Assistant Church. Mt. Ararat- Mamie Beale, Mrs. Mildred neck in her hand reports retary, reported to work SPECIAL NEW YORK MAILS
Principal, Claude 0. Milliard Brown; Sunday School, Mrs.
revealed. Waiting
reported a sum of $100.00. at 9:25 a.m. and found the HAIR STYLE I To $65 Wk-Jobs
and faculty, announces G.B. Snyder. Mrs. Louella
Miss Davis stated later
Members of the cancer building had been broken Call Mr. Samuel Banks Tickets Sent-MAM Agcy.

the following activities campaign expressed their Price, Mrs. Erma Baety, that she did try to talk into and. assorted men women -; El 4-9730 1049_ Davis 210 Post Ave WestJ 87..fJOHNNIE'S <<
for this period. Mrs. Ruble Kitchings, Mrs. .
Miss Jones but she refusedto
disappointment at the and boys shirts and! Reasonable
Friday, May 24. 7:30 poor showing of many Blanche Collier Mrs. Lin- talk to her. She said trousers were missing.It Pri"es'I HOTEL
p.m. -10t30 p.m.Ninthgrade nie sutton, Miss Mildred
churches and feel that, they started fighting on was also discoveredthat APARTMENT FOR RENT : FREE TV IN EVBIY ROOM7413k
party. McCoy, Mrs. Juan ita
the sidewalk.Investigating.
this report will help the the cash register was PRIVATE W. Ashley-JaxFla.
Sunday, May 26,10:30 a.m. Holmes.
ROOSEVELT"ALL members of the various officers rifled of $13. Total loss Furnished For Met: For Reservations Call'BJ
Worship, Second Baptist. Sponsors, Mrs. Pauline
churches to remember to said Miss Davis was was reported at $156. El 3-9942 After 6 p.m. 5-4025
Wednesday May 299:45 Johnson, chairman; Mrs.
treated at Duval Medical
NIGHT make a for Patrolmen S. Washingtonand
LONG" contribution --- ---- -- -- ---- -
a.m. Award's Day. Nita Bell Draper co-
Cancer at church this Center for finger nail H. Edwards conductedthe IMPERIAL SUNDRIES
Thursday, May 30 10:00 chairman; BTU, Mrs. scratches in the face anda
and Sunday.The investigation.
Patent Medicines Cosmetics
-
a.m.-Sixth Grade
Promo- Blanche Scott, Mrs.
report is as follows: bruised finger. Miss . . . All Leading Hair PreparationsCor.
tional Exercise-Mt. Ararat Juanita Holmes, Mrs. Lin-
Jones also treated at
Wild Bill Elliotin was
Mount Ararat --- $100.00St. WOMAN REPORTS
Educational BROAD AND ASHLEY EL 4-2159
Building. nie Sutton, Miss Argenia
the Center for cuts on the .
Paul AME 61.47
--- BEING BEATEN ROBBED
Friday, May 31-10:00 a.m. Hagan Miss Minnie Thomp- hand and finger. Both
Bethel In.
Bapt. 25.00
Ninth Grade Promotional so n Mrs. Irene M. parties were arrested -and A 34th Street residentwas
Second Baptist --- 15.00 !
"NORTH FROM LONE STAR" Exercise-School Cafe- Zion Hope Bapt. -- 14.54 Washington. charged with disorderly the victim of a sneak Motley Enterprises

torium. Tabernacle Bapt. -- 10.00 Young People, Miss Mil- conduct and fighting.Investigators thief last Monday, police

These activities are dred McCoy, chairman, Mrs. were Pa- reported..
SKYVIEW DRIVE IN Central Baptist --- 7.87
being coordinated by the Leila M. Allen cochairman trolmen Robert George Jr. Miss Mozelle Brooks stated ED6EWOOD
G. Payne Chapel /ME 7.13
"EL DID" ninth grade sponsors and ; boosters, Mrs. Annie and T.A. Mack. that she put $24 in her
Friendly Baptist --- 7.31 & CLEVELAND ROAD
>the sixth grade teachers. Lawrence, Mrs. Pearlean . . . dresser and at 10 p.m. ,
Sweetfield Baptist --4.91
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Cooper Mrs. Clara Jones; her boyfriend. Arthur T.
If the name of VICTIM REPORTSWALLET' yM
STUDIO your PO 5.9494
ROYAL ART
social clubs, Mrs. Susie Newsom who had been drink
church is not listed
515 BAYIS STREET Keith, chairman; Mrs. S LOSSA ing came. in and went to
please urge your pastorand 59-year-old Houston
Leitha Gervin co-chairman; sleep. He left the house MONCRIEf ROAD
Order Now at Reiaced Prices officers to campaignfor Street resident was the
courtesy Mrs. Ban Smith, and after he was gone, she &-
Cancer in your church chairman; Mrs. Beatrice victim of a strong armed & 45th STREET
PHOTO CARDS '- could not find her money, .
and make a contribution Reddlck. co-chairman; pub- robbery last Monday

Isdiildaais fail droops Clubs to improve the standingof lic relations. Mrs. CarrieF. between 8:30 p.m. and she said. PO 5-9287
On his return, a fight
your church. Alston chairman. Mrs. 8: 45 p.m. as he was
BLACK & WHITE COLOR started she said. She said
Principal Speaker Dorothy Owens co-chairman walking in the 200 blockof JIM DANDY
he had a long knife and
SEPIATONE -_" The regular order of Davis Street.
L during the fight she received -
service will be held Sunday James Plnkney. of 932

Quality Photographs -, throughout the day beginning Houston Street told police serious lacerationsof GRITS 29C
the left cheek and an
with the Sunday he was grabbed from
CHURCKES-WEBBINfiS-SBCIALS injured left ear. She was
.q School at 9:30 a.m.Morning behind by a man who choked
ti 4. taken to Duval Medical 5 Ih.I
Dial EL 4-1894 worship is set for 10:40 him and ripped off his .
Center by police car.
a.m. with devotion by the left rear pocket taking or
. . . .
THE GIBSON CHUD GUIDANCE SCHOOLFor deacons Senior Choir 1 his wallet with him as he MAN REPORTS BEING

and the young people fled east on 'Houston I -=
ROBBED OF $120A
choir will furnish music Street police reports MEAL
And KindergartenWill
Nursery
for the day with Mrs. stated.
64-year-old man was
Alice Mack and Mrs. Investigating officers
Accept a Limited Number of Pre- said Pinkney was drinkingat robbed last Monday afterJ
Josephine Browning at the MEATY
school Children for their Summer PrograQ instruments.BAU the time of the inci- oinlng a woman in a .
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which will begin on June 1. 1963.
'
Registration From 8 a.m-to 4 p.m. DAILY and BTU will. conveneat No. 1 Selectee Neck Bones
A. 6:30 p.m. with Mrs. 3 Ibs.

Free Pick Dp & Delivery Comfortable Surroundings REV. B. H. HARTLEY Of Blanche Scott and Miss Ar- 'TOP GENTLEMAN' -- Jerry Powell co-

Hot Lunch a: Snacks Registered Nurse Friendly Baptist Church genia Hagan in charge. captain of the A&T College Aggies basket- SHORT

Professional Staff Spacious playground will deliver the annual Evening worship is set ball team, was cited last week as the

The Fee is $7.00 Per Week Hen s Day sermon Sundayat for 7:30.Usher Board 1 and top gentleman on the squad at a recog-

11 a... in Mother Junior Usher Board 2 will nition dinner during which the athleteswere RIBS 21.s. 290

Phone: PQ 8-3217 1285. fl. 26th Street Midway AME Church. serve at each service. complimented for attributes other

than skill in play.Having .
Rites
Motley FRESH TURKEYNECKS

BUSTER FORD BIRDLAND Set For Sunday Trouble ? 950


Presents Stellar Entertainment Funeral services forj 5 I:16$. "
Freddie Motley who died Call EL 4-1183

Hay 18th will be held
Featuring GEORGIA PEACH SMOKE
unday at 2 p... in St. Refrigerator Service

SAM DOUGLAS [oseph AME Church Anta-
gaville. Ala. All Work Done In Year Hose BACON 29C

Mr. Motley is the fatherof It
M. C Willie Motley prominent 24 Hoar Service

THE Jax businessman.Ross SOL BERNSTEIN SINCE 1942 LARGE ROE
JETS
and Clayton Funeral

Hose in charge. 3518 ANDREWS 15c
with MULLETSARMOUR
'
: 't
Young Vets Plan >
There's NO CHARGE
Chick Solo... To Meet SundayThe

To Pit IllS Or Pictin
OB It t h e o r g a a regular meeting of PICNICHAMS
: the Toung Veterans Club Ii tip Florida Star

Fri Sat. Sri /1 of Jax Will be held Sun- Send or Bring Your

day at 10 a. .. in James Social Club Church New

Kites '" leldon Johnson Branch TMCAJ 290
\ Is: Florida Stir
i.
,
on Cleveland Road. E.H.Denefleld. .
2323 Moncrief ULCbr.l3th
i I president, an- t Ib.
Special
Jam
Session noun ced. Before 5 p.m, mesa ays

After Tie PROM Since business of vital If you want photos made SELECT BEEfLIVER

importance is to be acted of your affair, call

For Reservations Call EL 4-0302 upon the president is reQuesting El 4-6782 at least 2days 990't

that appointe In advance. There s !

938 list Unit* ...r Fla AVI committees brine in reports a small charge for making 3 lb:.

concerning the many pictures.

activities



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