The Florida star
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Title: The Florida star
Uniform Title: Florida star (Titusville, Fla.)
Alternate Title: Star
Physical Description: Newspaper
Language: English
Publisher: S.W. Harmon
Place of Publication: Titusville Fla
Creation Date: June 1, 1963
Frequency: weekly
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Dates or Sequential Designation: Began in 1880; ceased in 1917?
General Note: Publisher: P.E. Wager, 1880-<1882>.
General Note: Published at: Cocoa, Fla., Nov. 1, 1912-<June 5, 1914>.
General Note: Description based on: Vol. 1, no. 23 (Sept. 29, 1880).
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Preceded by: Indian River star (Titusville, Fla.)
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Municipal Judge Warns Of Crackdown

On Persons Carrying Deadly Weapons


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Rash Of Weekend Murders, 200 Y uhWis*

lACP i

\ WAGING Stabbings, Prompts Action And ScholarshipsOpen

As a result of last weekend's overload of

murders stabbing and general bloodshed Municipal

i ATEWIDE' PROTESTS Court Judge John Santora served strict notice In Florida !

> Tuesday that persons found guilty of carrying

concealed weapons will immediately face heavy Scholarships totaling $3,000 and about

Jail sentences. .
200 summer jobs are being made availableto
* One of the incidents re-
* 1awHiiiiir flrel three
\ more snots at high school graduates and college
sulting in homicide which
Mining IN ntsiimgTOM ; the victim, police said. students in Jacksonville and other cities
affected the sports
AMEs Offer Plan I Brown, a-- TO MM stmiitrii str.t.iy community was the fatal throughout
val St. armed with a fHe jobs and scholar- ment and compete for a

calibre .38 was later arrested ships were created by $500 college scholarship

This Weekend To Save College'With in the 1300 Block the Job should write Job Scholarship -
'_.: of W. 32nd St. by Patrolmen through an Fund. P. 0. Box

Jax NAACP Branch President Rutledge Edward Waters College closed out its year Marvin Young and A. ment between the arrange-Florida 1171 Jacksonville 1,

Pearson 'representing Florida this weekend this week with commencement exercises punc- Edwards.The STAR and several leading Fla. See ApplicationBlank

during an NAACP Legal Fund conference at tuated with demonstrations and picketingthat Puval victim was taken to colleges. The plan was on Page 3.
Center for
Howard-, '''''' University Law School to discuss regrettably marred what is usually treatment. set up to provide summer Jaxois Lose

}Strategy dealing ,with u. S.. Supreme Court regarded as a sacred and memorable eventin 4 jobs for high school

decisions, statewide 'NAACP branches and' the lives of college students. WOUNDED IN BAR graduates and college Federal Suit

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a s Witnesses told police
the Congress of racial Equality are mean- With the protesting stu- students who are de-

while conducting a series of demonstra- dents away' from the campus withdrawn. Therefore it that Milton Harold. 21, of sirious of employmentfor A three-judge federal

becomes my duty to point 813 Ionia St. was sittingIn court last week dismisseda
tions this week to deal racial segregationa interested citizens are earnings that would

final death blow on all fronts. expressing hope that the out that this office must & k an Eastside Bar Friday assist them to enter suit filed by three

In Melbourne Henry r .., .. a issues that seem to be know by June 15, 1963 morning May 24th talkingto college this Fall. Jaxons seeking to void a

whether or not the administrative ELIJAH (Gabriel) SKINNFP
his brother when Walter special primary election
Jackson president of Beach as having dropped leading to the destruc- Students selected to
organizationof Final Note ....Victory Wilson, 21, of 709 JessieSt. claiming Negroes were net
tion of the institutionmay
the NAACP.Branch told segregation Edward Waters participate in the Job-
College went to their booth in the
being represented
the STAR that actionto golf courses parks be settled. complies with the stand- stabbing of Elijah Skinner Scholarship Fund drive

demonstrate against lunchrooms downtown, There seems to be, however ards of the State Board of a beloved local and started shooting at will be given employment Florida Legislature.
Milton Harold with a Ernest P. Jack-
downtown stores and stores,courts and hiringof wholehearted agree- Education for the Approvalof figure who with his famed which will provide Attorney

theatc.es has been tem'porarily Negroes as sales ment, that the move :which .Inst1ttJ lons.which Prepjt.re horn was a ,familiar figureat calibre _22 pistol. earnings ranging up to son along with co-plain
Flcee R. Lucas and
Harold. rushed totfuyai tiffs
w 'suspendedafterthe -.-personneawln .storaa.Y.,could 1 if e the? hatchet. ....TeacherSrAnd-fur w the greater majority of Medical was, ..$25 and $50'.and. In .
center where Eric 0 Simpson contended
M "I. I the college's buns home ;
'marorf: and city of- MOP"OP IN JACKSONVILLE"In .hanging over. .ther, this office wf7rneed the Jax games. some cases, more, 'weekly.As .
he underwent surgeryforwounds that Jackson a>candidate
academic head is now up' > "
ficials promised to what it terms as Bishop W.F'- Ball prelate; to know the statusof ."Gabriel... .. -.as. Skinner in the stomachand a special bonus for legislature led the

setup a biracial com- final mopup action the of the 11th Fpiscopal the proposed building !.. ': chest police stated. students acquiring the ticket 01 the first primary -

, mitte to discuss all Jacksonville Branch of program." Wilson is being held for highest points on the but was defeated by
protests.Mr. the NAACP is planning The Commission on Social Zz? : assault to murder and basis of their work Tom Greene in the second
The accreditation and
Jackson said thata early demonstrations Welfare of the East h -,,, vagrancy charges police will be awarded $500 primary because Negro :
I temporary State Board approval -
June 5 deadline had against the city* s closed Florida Conference AME reported. scholarships to Bethune residents in the districtwere !
hinges on two
been set 'for setting up swimming pools, discriminatory Church met last week in Patrolmen R.W. Powell and -Cookman College and rot properly repre .,
They are, (1) Providing :
of a discussion group hiring points: effort to find a solutionto R.W. Courstin investi- Talladega College. sented.
certain facilitiesas
and stated that shoulda practices against the situation which gated. It has been announced In turning down the
a Hall gymnasium -
get-together of the local bakeries and student union faces Edward Waters as a PARTY FATALITYOne that there are 75 job Plaintiffs' plea the

committee fall citywide other concerns. result of over-lapping ad- openings in Jacksonville three-judge court ruled
building library
demonstrations ministration involving man is dead and with the remainder being that Jackson failed to I
and dormitories. (2) An
would be initiated by Bishop Ball and President another has been booked allotted to other cite a claim upon which I
end of dual administration
the NAACP.A Miami COREIs William B. Stewart. for murder in county Jail cities throughout the relief could be granted. r
involving Bishop and pre- MACK IOOPE
suit seeking desegregation The commission presenteda following an argument State of Florida. I
sident of the college. .Murder Suspect
of the city's golf ContactingDemonstrations As it stands now it is list of recommendationsamong Persons desiring to Five Face
which were that: became to be known to
courses has already doubtful whether the col- secure summer employ- #
f been filed in u. S. The Board of Management local baseball fandom. Obscene Photo
lege will be able to offera blew
authorize the presidentto vigorously to start
District Court Mr.
session. Local School
recommend a committee <. many a Suns rally, saluted
Jackson added. I. A communication from Ring Charges
Against Supermarket Father Theodore R. _
Dr. J.T. Kelly State Department -
-- ---- re-write the amended play and was a thorn in -' Board Policy Charges were filed
MIAMI",- selective buying of ,Education., .
i 'charter to conform with side of the Suns opposi- f Tuesday by County Solicitor -
demonstrations against a relative to the certifi-
tion. -. Edward M. Booth
maanouth local supermarket cation status of Edward acceptable Being WatchedSigns
the administration.That On Wednesday. May 23, against four men and a
maintaining Waters College said in
A charged,
l d the Board make a- Gabriel had Just blown the .< that the U.S. Supreme woman accused of producing ,
[racial segregation practices part: .. ,
vailable to the Com- Suns to a 1-0 victory over Court is becoming pornographicmovies

.' are being waged this 1 am disturbed at cer- Richmond and was enroute ,. .....1. .:. _' and photographsfor
mittee an attorney who .,i' ... Impatient with the seemingly -
Miami's information I have :t:
week by Congressof tain
home when he became ____ -I..ii=: '
in school engag- ... deliberate delay by
I is competent ;
Facial Equality A.B. received relative to ed in an argument -with a !>
law. f..1 -. &.; some Southern comm amities Scheduled to face
Moore, CORE? s local chairman administration of the then unidentified man.
In criminal court trialon
and national treasurer college. Please understand That immediate procedures stab- WALTEP WILSON desegrating public
Skinner fatally
I be taken to was .started ftiootlng schools has caused wide- dates to be announced ,
stated.In that neither the State bed, and after several
spread comment here this areYvonne :
:J'1UIGgPEARSCIt an exclusive interview Board of Education nor provide for all checks days, police apprehendeda during a party early last
week over repent action by Owea. 25, of
.. .New Action Planned? the institutionto
with the STAR Mr. Moore the State Department of from suspect named Mack Moore.Sat a-day.
the Duval
County School 1630 W. 17th St. JackA.
Gibson. Miami Branch stated that efforts overa Education has authorityto be honored when who is now being held for Witnesses told county Investigators Board.
Robinson 24, of
NAACP president is expected near three year periodto prescribe the adminis- properly signed by the investigation.FIRED that Odell
Pur ing an announcementover 2011 Alameda
St. Batch
to address a induce management of trative structure under president and business Smith. 50. 1401.. 32nd
the past weekend. Harol dean Parker, 22,
which the college operates
public mass meeting in iranmouth Shell City SUper- manager in keeping FROM AMBUSHOn St. and Linzie Heard Jr.. local
the regulationsof the board announceda of 215 W. Second St.;
Melbourne in the near market and Drive-In ser- However acceptable bookkeeping 52. of 5012 Paris Ave. .

future, Mr. Jackson vice to negotiate over the the Board are specificas procedures and if security Friday morning. May had left a group of change of policy that Photographer Bobby
calls for pupils to be reassigned 24 of 2165
to the type of adminis- Watkins ,
bonds are not 24. Mrs. Eula Mays and
concluded. hiring of Negroes as sales friends to purchase zone
tration which is acceptable tc the same Ashland St. mad Larry
secured to cover these Mrs. Martha B. Hall. 35
INJUNCTION HEARINGIn personnel and to desegre- whiskey and they re-
for those Institutionswhich school next week year that Benjamin 34, of 2137
Tallahassee, col- gate its din lag facilitieshave two functionaries the : J turned they became engaged they attended during the
approved for the Forbes Street.
are ;
lege student members of proven fruitless. same shall be done. in an argument. '
education of teachers. If current year, unless they Parker is charged withunlawfully
CORE conducted a seriesof During initial demonstra- The Board of Management Heard is reported to
the Information given me reside In an area that is selling lewd
orderly anti-segre- tions against the supermarket request to Dr. J.T. have placed a long knife

gation demonstrations the concern's is accurate you can Kelly to reconsider his gainst emith'W throat, and being annexed to an attendance and obscene pictare to

against two white manager. George McKelvey readily see that the administrative directive relative to then proceeded to cut him choo 1.area of another Deputy Sheriff J. L. i

movies last week con- succeeded in having a organization the June 15th deadlinefor r -- In the side. s Although U. S. District Pfeiffer and Lt. Jim ,!!
at Edward Waters does not
20 sad
OB May
Initiated the temporary approval As Smith back he
tinuing until Tuesday court Injunction away
Court Judge Simpson
night of this week when against the demonstrators. meet the"General standard Adminis-which of the ccllege. drew a calibre .38 pistol consented to Bryan the schoolboard' May 27 dvrlaf the vicesquad's i

Judge Ben Wills issueda it was reported. Mr. Mc- states. Bishop Ball, nor Pres- and fired four times at grade-a-year integration investigation !
tration of the institution s f
restraining order to Kelvey is also reportedto ident Stewart have the advancing Heard In an plan to take ef- of the cane, Booth !
be under the direction -
shall said.
halt the demonstrationsand have told the court indicated their dis- PLEASANT H. BROWN fect next fall the school I
of the president as ..Fired From Ambush The woman, Parker Mea
ordered leaders to during the injunction administrative position to the recom- board still has the I
the chief
appear in court to show hearing that Negroes were mendation. A meeting authority to assign a Robinson were charged f
officer. Adequate provisions were leaving J262 W. 32nd with unlawfully posing
undesirable.Mr. of the Board is scheduled !
cause why the order first grade pupil to any
shall be made for St. for work when Mrs.
for the pictures. Bonds :
Moore further stated for June 5. .
should not become school.It
the performance of all administrative Mays told police she hearda
for Parker were set
that Negro patronage at t
permanent. functions by Ntfro Defeated shot mil the pair were is said that further
the supermarket is estimated at $4.066; $1. for :
CANAVERAL AREA HIT competent in walking down the steps. court action is being
at about 40 percentof r Robinson: Watkins and
In addition to Melbourne their respective fields' IB Pessacola Neither pair paid any attention planned by disturbed Jax
the concern's total the woman and $60
the city of If my information is PENSACOLA---A to the noise she Negro parents of school
sales--adding that failure for BeJ ula. who was
Coco: also in the Cape correct, there would be continued.She ODFLL SlIm children.
dentist. Dr. Donald
of its management to charged with wlawfmllydeveloping
Canaveral area Is in the said a man later i- ..Killed Attacker
Invite *
recognize the community'sfair no need to an Spence lost his bid toa * and printing
process of- waging all- evaluation committee to dentified as Pleasant H. attempt to ward off the
white by A APiX
opponent .
employment practices the pietmree.Hamlin
out demonstrations and Brown then approached them assailant's attack. Smith
has disturbed thousands of Edward Waters college. It nearly 3,000 votes In uis of Little Value Unless tad Pfeiffer
will cite other Florida also that the and fired at Mrs. Hall who also wounded himself in
appears Tuesday" Pensacola it Can Print the Newss
in the s
Negro shoppers paid $75 for 21 plot.reethe
cities such as Jackeofivllle. the approval of immediately fell to the the hand during the incident I
Miami temporary City Council race. it Sees it. .
area report concluded.I
Miami, Daytona: ; courses will have to be ground. She said Brown police said.


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s NEWS SOUTHERN PRESSURE & .f At $30 To $40 lillian

it Published by the Florida Star Publishing Co.Veober j.
.. GROUPS r ; --Labor Stcretary
of Associated Negro Press r -

.. ? LOSS M $30 TO $40 BILLION
S.EUC I. SIKPSIN................ ae ate EitirS '

I IGNORANCfi ; r,., WASHINGTON, D. C.---Secretary of Labor

, .' ':: AIYSWI E. WISE.................News Edior rI l EAR ?'\ R---,, W. Willard Wirtz in testimony before tke
HILJA! WMTEN.....................Cjfcrittitt Manger .. -...... Subcommittee on Manpower and Employment of
: L -I' Ir the Senate Committee on Labor and Public -

,1 ;., i G ei.. 1; Welfare, set the loss to the economy from
MAIN I IFFICE & PLANT \ T unemployment and underemployment at between -
.1.l-. $30 and $40 billion in additional .

1;. 2323 :Mticrief Road....Fkste Elite 4-67B2-v;i rt 4 goods and services last year. The Secretary -

"l' 'un .'
said that p10yment represents a
--. -EL 4-8783 ts: .." /
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cost and loss item which the economy as a ;

r cannot afford. He also :
whole simply 4
stated that "investment in manpower is

\ P. 0. lu 561, J Jacksonille 1, Florida.;_. i t t, r: \. not merely a desirable objective of welfare

'.- ft but an essential element in economic

One Year. $6.00 Half Year. $4.00 He said further that unemployment affected -

Mailed to You Anywhere in the united States IjS .. almost a fifth of the work forcein

Subscription Payable. in Advance .t r,I 1962 and was becoming "an .

r Send Check or Money Order to; i'- 1/q/ V..S. '. r/ all to permanent condition

FLORIDA STAR P.O. BOX 561 ..;..#... .f '! for a "Tiard core' group of men

I Jacksonville I, Florida ., and women.?
3 ;. '
"EmphasIs on a monthly unemployment -

..' IYy'rr ts. figure--5} per-
THE INVISIBLE COMMUNITY. ,l' ; people.cent, or about 4 million ,

For centuries man has been fascinatedwith "Reliable 2-stimates (based)

the possibility of a way to make him- on projections of previous

experience) indicate that apSIMPSON
self invisible to other persons. Some .'
proximately 14 million men and women

I years ,ago, H. G. Wells, the famed novelist ; THEY DEMAND HIS GRIP BE REMOVED- NOW MR. PRESIDENT were unemployed at some time during 1962.

wrote his mystery novel 'The Invisible tj.
This means that one in five peoplewho
- - every
II Man." In later years many of you rememberthe -j.
were working or looking for work last
movie thriller of the same title.
I year were out of work part of the time."
Again the title of "Invisible Man" was Your Weekly. j
: "Two million or more persons had two
used in Ralph Ellison' provocative novelof
spells of unemployment and 2.5 million

race relations. additional persons suffered three or more

Even when we take all past attempts at :. Horoscope Guide d spells." '

creating an illusion of invisibility or
0ver 4 million workers were unemployed
any purported mystic powers of invisibility -
By PABLO The ASTROLOGERWHICH : 15 weeks or more, counting all of their
into consideration, we are prone to ,
periods of unemployment; about 2 millionfor
give credit to Duval County 'Invisible-' : t

ARE YOUR LUCKY DAYS FOR I more than a year." ,- .
Community" as the top disappearingact II
I Tull employment will be achieved: faster -

of all time. BUSINESS LOVE TRAVEL : ," the Secretary maintained, "if it.,

We first became aware of the "Invisible - - - '
is considered not as an end in itself but
Community several years ago when we reada ARIES CANCER LIBRA
CAPRICORN as a means to the end of full use of the
report concerning our .school system. The Born March 21st thru Born Sept. 23rrl thru
19th Born June 22nd thru Born Dec. 22nd thru nation's economic potential."
article stated in detail the number of April July 22nd oct. 23rd Jan. 19th
He said there were two ways to accomplish.
"double sessions" in local schools. It Even if subsequent events Very disturbing thoughtsor
-It would be a pretty dull pent-up resentments can The aims and purposes on this. The first is to "invigorate the
seem to 'belle the
went on to explain how double sessionswere
wonderful indications of world if everyone would do more harm than good if which you are basing your economy to the extent that there will bea

practically eliminated in Duval Coun- have no views other than they are allowed to fester hopes for the kind of
good things to "
come, accept call upon the full manpower asset. He
those that are shared by inside of you. As they existence you are envisioning -
ty. We knew that Negro schools must be"invisible" them at face value
I. and do-not-allow everybody else. It is. promise to be exceptionally may be carried a noted that. the<2resident's. tax proposals. ,
yourconfidence : .1.
becausethe article concerning stimulating to discuss active during this few-.steps further. Accept have this'objective.
.to, be shaken now before the Congress .
double sessions did not apply to them. (3rd, 4th). If have controversial topics or quarter as well as the two the events or opportunities -
But he also noted that secondly,
to take issue with individuals that
following you should enlist come to your attention -
Later we read of a shortage of teachers. made unwise social com-
mitments or have engagedin with whom you the aid of a stouthearted as signs that you 'it is not enough that there is a suf-
Local school officials pushed the panic cannot agree. If you can person to share are on the right track. ficient
unwise lending or SQluma of manpower. Unless the ,
button and proclaimed an emergency. Duval borrowing operations, maintain your position on them with you. It may act You may redouble your efforts -
right skills are included in the
the intellectual right
level to
effective bring
as a very pre- about the
County was four-hundred teachers short! may complica-
tions. The Arians who have there would be little ventive to have an open desired results. If you places at the right times, there will bea

Unqualified persons were pressed into to make use of tools or cause for alarm. The dan-' talk with your mate or resort to gambles to speedup drag on the expanding economy."

service. We knew then that Negro teacherswere moving equipment to per- get signals are flashed someone equally trust- the accumulation of the

form their daily tasks when personalities emergein worthy. You may gain resources you deem essen- The Secretary cited the speed-up in the

"invisible" because there were over should conduct a thorough the picture leadingto spiritual as well as tial for eventual and complete shift from employment in goods producing

800 names on the substitute listwe heard.We check to make certain that sharp words and recriminations physical strength to with- fulfillment it

I knew that V there are hundreds of quali- everything is ''safe and In :(5th-8th). If stand the ordeals you face cootld set you back con- industries toward service industries and

you are one who dislikesto (3rd Critical develop- siderably. the movement
perfect working order Take whateveryou throughout the general economy
fied Negroes in Duval County with cer- dip into basic re- ments affecting hear
your or that trans- toward
tificates. On the strength of the Superintendent 5-30-22-16-29-532 sources. you would be feelings or pocketbook may pires objectively In order occupations demanding higher skills.
prudent to evade the I
be expected to gather to prevent ill-advised 'Virtually all of the occupations pro-
statements while under oath
s friends who may expectyou
RAURUS : momentum. trips decisions viding expanding
or legal employment opportunitiesin
before a federal judge, we felt there was TAURUS to lessen,their- r- 64077154647SCORPIO actions.
dens. recent years have been those requiring
no segregation in Duval County Schools .. .
Born April 20th thru **- 5-20-22-17-21-521
870991369879LEO long periods of education and formal
when schools officials proclaimed a short- May 20th
Born Oct. 24th thru AQUARIUSBorn training." He said the groups showingthe
age of teachers in our "nonsegregated"school -
Even if you are thoroughly Nov. 22nd Jan. 20th highest unemployment rates--young
system, then our Negro teacher Born July 23rd thru
stirred up by what you Feb. 18th workers
older workers and non-white
applicants must be "invisible." consider gross injustices Aug. 22nd -, Attention to duty is one

it would show much better of your outstandingtraits. You will have to rely workers--also suffer from a lack of skills. .
In the past few weeks we have seen several If there are still some
judgment not to reveal it You are inclinedto mainly on your wits to Stressing the economic as well as the
traces of marital
documentary television features which or part- expect others to follow
when you are up against keep your intimates happyor
nership discord left get human loss in unemployment the
portrayed 'various aspects of the Duval individuals organizationsthat your example. Since all their behavior in line. Secretary

are far too powerfulfor together and thresh your people are not blessed you could gain your point said that today's 700,000 young Americansout
County School system. We looked closely differences out until
to defy Someone with your fortitude and entirely through the use of school
you there can be for and out of work
no cause represent
; at all three of the shows and glowed with who is fond of you or who capacity for self-discip- of affection and imagina
allowing them to go on. line you should make the prospective loss of almost a billion .
pride when we saw our top-flight excep- shares your aims and purposes The conciliatory offices tion. You may. then arrange
may counsel you to 'the necessary allowancesfor for vacation trips. Bake dollars a year for the next 40 years in
of a friend or consultant
tional education program guidance pro- an occasional lapse
lie low and to leave all could be of unprecedentedvalue reservations and promote lifetime incomes. "
gram and the story comparing our county possible areas of conflictto in 'on their part. If you decide your hopes and social in-
reaching amicable to bear down on The Secretary cited recent
terests. In cases where experience .
with Pinellas County. Alas, we discovered others who may just be agreements providing
you them too heavily you may marriage may be the topicof with the Manpower
spoiling for a fight. and
see no other to Training
that we have "invisible" children. We way bring be creating a climate for conversation the Indications -
Should you fail to heed them about (3rd. 4th Act to that
) It discord and hidden re- prove even a one-step JIMP up
did classroom appear quite
not single sceneon
see a Negro this sensible advice you will be difficult
solve sentment Your skills propitious. But there are the occupational ladder for an unemployed
of the shows. risk an emotional upheavaland all the
any problems that have
and energies be muchin
may formidable obstacles to
a depleted pocketbookas worker yields him tremendous
to do with economic
You have guessed it by now, instead of associations demand in your socialor overcome before you can
the Inevitable outcome. competition and worldly club circles. Refrain dividends and repays the cost nf the
have obli-
Duval the your way.. Family
an invisible man, in County Lightning romances too may Interests. This does
not however from devotingtoo gations economic diffi- training many times.
entire Negro school community is an Invisible sweep you off your feet mean that you should aban- other
much time there when culties or unavoidable -
and leave you spent and don your endeavors "The" cost of training," he said, "is
community. In news media of all alto- It means neglecting your factors could

in and about wondering. gether.210il1343213. sate and family as a re- stand in the way. It will averaging between $1,000 and $1,250 per. .
types, planning just every- .' '
1-40-33-19-39-143 .
take considerable patienceand
trainee. If thistraining does wire
the exis- no .. .
where, schools officials ignore 3-80-S8-17-87-381 fortitude on your part '*" .'
than move the worker' only one step "fife
tance of Negro schools except when it comes VIRGO SAGITTARIUSBorn

Born May 21st thru 8-10-11-14-61-814 occupational ladder, for example fro
Born Aug. 23rd thru
to dropouts and other items. Nov. 23rd thru
June 21st Sept. 22nd unskilled nonfarm laborer to semiskilled
It is time that the visible Negro com- Dec. 21st PISCESBorn

Although it Is more in operative (a rough equivalent for woes
visible this If you know some fascinating -
munity take steps to make Feb. 19th thru
nature to cool and
people whom you admire your Although the demands of 20th would be from operative or service workerto
community and seeks ways to make it stay for their flair logical in everything you your Job or high office March
start off brisklyby clerical worker the increased income
You can ),
say and do. you are now
visible. drive and grandiose ways, aay require yon to look
you may have much to gain being violently stimulated and act tough, there seems checking into the possibility the trainee will receive on average in

Human Beings Are Human BeingsSome by seeking their company by powerful vibrations.This to be little doubt that selling property of buying, which-or one year ($1,300) as a result of occupa-

and imaginative counsels. could drive you into yon may be a softie after
time a' Horizon" ever suits your particular tional upgrading would amount to sore than
little ago "Project The impact of soae of the giving vent to hasty words all, at least as far as if
report was prepared for President Kennedyto ordeals that you nay have and forceful acts that maybe your loved ones are con- purpose (3rd) be Even little the total cost of his training."In .
there seems to
to undergo during the next resented by the people cerned. There is need
show "what aviation can do for our no chance of closing favor- the course of a working lifetime,
three weeks could also be deal or work with daring to be upset about It. as
Nation and the free wcrld. softened by their presenceand the week days. You Bust this is one of the finer able deals at this time the trainee increased income weald total
leave the door ajar for
in interna- offers of also restrain yourself human traits. It would about
A prime example is found generous as- negotiations when i $50,000.
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.. sistance. You could be when you are tempted to sake the world a. auch future
tional border-crossing procedures, the others say feel more disposed "These estimates are conserative since
considerably disturbedover overthrow your customary better place to live in if

airlines are achieving the national goal controversies cautious, financial pro- everyone bad it. to meet your terms. they assume only a one-step rise in occupational ,

of 'international understanding I* 9-30-66-15-59-S61 cedures 1-50-44-12-49-154 4-90-5 -lts-89-495 8-60- 8-17-38- level. .

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IMFRB5SIVE EVENT-! --The' 47th annual Commencement

Ezerclsee, at Walker Commercial College. held, Monday left, program principals are from left: Assis- Annual awards recipients from left are: Ann subjects. Other honor award winners were: Donzel
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night in the school's 'au'dito.rium-we're high- tant Dean J. T. Collier, Porte Robinson Postal Rebecca Mazyck, Florence Tarver. Ola Black Robeson Leadership: Essie Anderson Honor Society -

lighted with the inspiring address by guest Services representative; William H. Mathews, Katherine Johnson, Glover Johnson, Geralding ; Geraldine t. ley. Attitude; Thelma Berrian

speaker Postmaster James E. Workman Jr. whopointed Postmaster Workman, Dr. Julia Walker Brown, Mobley, Ollie Hunter Mary L. Collins Essie Business; Donzel Roberson Academic and Arthurmae -

out that a great shortage exists in.barrier Walker College president; Atty. A. R. Taylor and Anderson Margaret lile Johnny Gore David Singleton, Honor Student. The awards were

and postal clerk positions,and gave the Dr. I. A. Christian' Walker vice president and Dudley Doris Deboles Thelma Berrian, Arthurmae presented by Assistant Dean Collier and Miss

f graduates many helpful hints that will help them Elder H. M. Barker. Center photo shows membersof Singleton, Carolyn Charles, Donzel Roberson, all Doris Allen of the Stenographic department.

enroute along the highway to suc ,ess. In photo the graduating class, parents and friends. of whom excelled in administrative and allied (Royal Art Studio Photos)


School Secretaries : : 'SOCIALLY' SPEAKING( Jax Symphony Julian Adderley Sr.'s Feted
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Pay. TributeTo m LOUISE Opens Annual Prominent Chicagoan Recently

ManagementTALLAHASSEE ,May and June mark: the end of the fiscal year guest. Membership DriveThe TALLAHASSEE---Mrs. Emerson Lights of Chicago,
for many' of our social organizations. Final meet- Members present included Mrs Leander Shaw, Mrs.D. recent house guest of Mr. and Mrs. Julian Ad-
A tributewas Including election and W. Perkins, president.of the organization;
ings are now being held annual membership derley Sr. was feted with a get-acquainted
paid to the "uncommon Mrs. R. R. Mrs. Winona Alexander
Robinson Mrs.Otis
of officers.
installation campaign of the Jacksonville party at their home on Young Street. Mrs. Lightsis
man"--The Boss--by the mixed not meet- Girardeau" Mrs. Robert W. and Mrs. '
Some members have emotions about Gray Symphony Associationnow the wife of Dr. Emerson Lights a prominent
Leon County Secretaries ing during the'summer, for although the freedom Jennings Best. -jr '
is in progress and dentist of Chicago Heights and a graduate of
Association here last week scheduled meetings is welcomed, The business session was centered around the
from regularly will be completed in June. Florida A. and M. University. She is prominentin
in the Moot Court Room of the bridge sessions will be sadly missed. group' s.special project of distributing ,food to This non-profit civic Chicago's civic and social affairs and is
the college of law at needy families.Mrs. .
organization was foundedin employed by the Cook County Board of Education.She .
Florida A&M University.The a Gray and Mrs. Pink were prize winners in a
1949 to provide fine recently served as chairman of the Cotillion
special feature wasa conducted the hostess.
special game by
music for public enjoymentand which is sponsored the
by Chicago Chapter of the
prelude to National Mesdames Xelia Mitchell, Dorothy King and
Educational Bosses Weekwhlcbrbegan .:'Catherine Jackson were among guests when Les to give playing oppor- Links Inc.

: Monday 'andfii'U ne S'Charm ant e ''Bri'dge Club met last Saturday tunities to the best local The living and dining Sevens Mrs. E. Jones. I
musicians. Promotion of rooms were beautiful with
will end May 27. Samuel evening, at the Eldorado. Mrs. Lydia, Wooden was All members were present when Kevinette Bridge musical education flowers of Mr. J.H. Thomas Mr A.
among spring. In the
(Jake) Gaither Mr.
Hunter, immediate past hostess.Mrs. Club met recently in the home of Mrs. Ann Monroe. people also has beena line
president of the Florida Barbara Walker and Mrs. Alma Daniels quali- young receiving were: Mrs. Mrs. W A Morris of I
Mrs. Monroe presented prizes to Mrs. Emma Lee continuing goal. Concert G.W. Gore Jr. Mrs. J.H.
Thomasville", Ga. Mr and
State Teachers Associationand fied for club prizes, while Mrs. Catherine Jack- George, Mrs. Celestine Nicks, Mrs. Barbara Hard series for students from Thomas Mrs. A.P. Stewart.
of Bainbridge
Mrs. J Perry -
Principal of Rhaney
son wen top guest prize. per and Mrs. Sara Lovett. the fourth grade through Mrs. J.C. Adderley Sr. Ga. I
School ,
Elementary here,
A previous meeting was held in the Ribault Members present, in addition to prize winners, high school, acquaintingthem Mrs. E. Lights. Mrs. A.S.

was the guest speaker.He Road home of the C. Von sticks. Mrs. stick included Mrs. Pearl Mackey, Mrs. Essie D. Silva, with the works of the Gaither and Miss E. M. 2 Gibbs Students

addressed the body on invited Mrs. Vivian Lewis as one pf her guest Mrs. Doris Bennett Mrs. Pauline Davis, Mrs. masters and the best of Calhoun. Serving at the I

"SecretaryAdministratorRelations" connection players. Dorothy Oliver Mrs. Geraldine Hilliard, Miss contemporary, compositions, punch bowl was Mrs. W.A. To Attend MeetingST. I
High scorers on_ this occasion were: Mrs. Helen Daisy Gilliard and Mrs. Thelma Greene. have had a major role in Campbell. !
with the secretaries'theme PETERSBURG Gibbs
Gregory and Mrs. Norma cultural development. Among the guests were:
,",fpr the yeajj4,... -Les -vn !s- : membership sister is cornprtsed'ofMrstPriscilla .. Junior College co-eds Emma
Mr. and Mrs. C.J.Smith III
"Better'Secretaries Make'Better Lawson -': .. . ? First concert for the Cooper of Gainesville and
Mrs. Joyce
Schools.' professor Brown 15th annual concert series Mr. and Mrs. A.L. Kldd, Hattie Lewis of Thomas
Hunter outlined the Mrs. Betty Sessions Mrs. Charlotte Bostlck, The Pearce Street home of Mr. and Mrs.*. Russell is scheduled at 8:30 p.m.. Dr. L. Shaw, Mr. and Mrs. ville, N.C. will repre-

responsibilities of the Mrs.. Norma White,. Mrs. Helen Gregory Mrs. Alma Robinson provided the setting for the final Tuesday, October 22, 1963 S. T. Stafford Dr. and sent the local institution I

boss in dealing with the Daniels and Mrs. Maxine Jackson. meeting of Gems Bridge Club. All members were in the Civic Auditorium. Mrs. L.H.B. Foote. Mrs.D. at this year'

present. Guest Artist will be Miss Brickler Mrs. R.L.
adminis Southern Regional Meetingof
employees as an .
trator.He Officers elected for the coming year includedMrs. Phyllis Curtin rising Anderson, Dr. and Mrs. M. the Student YWCA.

spelled out the importance Lois Avery, president; Mrs. Geneva Wheeler, young soprano, and the Rhaney, Mrs. S.K. Russell The two co-eds will be
The Durkee Drive home of Mr. and Mrs. Raymond Mrs. S. R. Edmonds, Dr. G.
of human relations vice president: Mrs. Alvenia Scriven, secretary; Symphony in Atlanta. Georgia, June
in being a successin Miller was the scene of last week's meeting of Mrs. Myrtis Thomas Treasurer; and, Mrs. Kathyrn Orchestra will be directedby L. Porter, Mrs. G.P. Anderson 2-8, for the YWCA's 'Con

any business venture.He Les Trieze Amies Bridge Club. Mrs. Marjorie Robinson business manager. "- John Canarina music Mr. and Mrs. E. F. ference of Involvement. "

told the secretariesthat Gilmore and Mrs. Sophye White participated in director and conductor. No rwood Mrs. C.N. General Theme of the week-

the meeting as guest players.lleclp.1eIttA .
they had to have Canarina is in his second long conference is "The

thftn ., 9 ..,,awards, for outstanding per- year with the symphony, City-Dialogue and Encounter -
; ?:
more: For 1963
typing 80 words per minute formance. in the rounds of bridge include Miss Poppy coming to Jacksonvilleafter Sorority Slate; "

or taking dictation at 125' Coat si e Jones, Mrs. Winona Britt, Mrs. Vanorian. being an assistantto .* nn ouncem en t of the

words per'minute. Shell and Mrs. Lillian Singleton. Leonard Berstein of the Hobo DanceThe college representatives

"The secretaries must, New York Philharmonic was made recently by Miss

sell themselves, the boss, 5' t Orchestra. Mary I. Perrln Faculty

and the school to the Roger L. Main Presidentof new chapter of Eta YWCA sponsor. She said

public" he said. He was Mr. Wendell Holmes' installed officers of Kar- the association has Phi Beta Sorority will site of the conference

Introduced by Dr. Lucy dettes Bridge Club in a very impressive.ceremony pointed out that a city* s sponsor a Hobo Dance on meetings will be Gammon

Rose Adams, head of the held in the Vernon Road home of Mr. and Mrs. reputation in a cultural June 7th at the Maceo Hall of the Interdenominational : -

department of business at '(ernea McFarlin. Mrs. Hattie Stewart is at the sense rests largely upon Lodge No. 8 Elks Club. An Theological Center.

FAMU. helm of the organization. Other officers in- its musical reputation. evening of merriment is Last year Y Girls attended -
all who at-
Greetings. were broughtby stalled ,were:. Miss Louvenia Solomon vice presi- "Think of New Tork and promised to the southern Regional -
I."Bryant.Miss you think of opera, the tend. Meet the Hoboes at Meeting at Blue
Mrs. Rebecca dent; Mrs._ ,Marie Bryan, secretary; Mrs. Sybil
Engenia M. Rachard., Butler, treasurer; Mrs. Sara Montgomery, par- New YOrk Philharmonic and .10:00 p.m. Ridge, North Carolina. .
of the local Stewart re musicals. Minneapolis :
president liamentarian: and'Mrs. Gwendolyn ,

secretaries association, porter.- ."' Pittsburgh and other now itS Pepsifbi'
great cities are known
gave remarks.Unity Mrs. McFarlin invited Mrs. Juanita Wyatt as
culturally by their
Meets guest player. Mrs. Margaret Starkes, Mrs. Grace
e symphony orchestras. This those who
winners of
West and Mrs. Sara Montgomery were
ax also is the case with
Wednesday Nights club prizes.
OR Jacksonville and the thinkyoung

The Unity Class is conducting .' de velopment of our
a course in How orchestra has a real Pep ,,
hearing upon attracting
to Live a Prosperous LiU'each Earl'II.JohnsOn was hostess to the final I
at ::.j JJ'S new residents and new industry -
Wednesday evening Barristers' Wives, held at i ii"
fiqcal meeting. of In changing loca "
8 .11 '
Avenue, o
1778 Spires Alfred Pink was special :
6159 Bag Road. Mrs. tion they want to know "'" .: I
clock. _

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.,:'Z .':: ."" Prepares For CAROLYN D. LEWIS was crowned "Miss Poppy* and opportunities. .e I II

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Graduation Fete on May 16th. The honoree was tapped by last Membership contributionsto I

/ear' s winner Diane Carson during the ceremony the symphony may beBilled II
Bishop H.G. Poitier will
sponsored each year by the American Legion directly to the i
deliver the educational
Auxil'iarty Unit 197. Carolyn is the daughter of association office at 46
address June 1 at 3 p.m.
I Mr. and Mrs. Theodore Lewis and attends Playmates West Duval Street with a
o.Nf with music to be given bythe II I
school chorus. Kindergarten. -notation of the donor'sname
address and tele-

FAMU Grad phone number or official 4' I

Membership forms may, be I

Having o Party. .Taking I Is Appointed obtained by telephoning I

the Family on an Outing Camp Director ELgin 4-5479. 4 y
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CM M W Malin aawt T MIAMI Mrs. Carrie P. Meet June 9lh } I
: .j a. ALL SEASONS ICE & FUEL CO.SSSI Davis a graduate of f
Lucky Miller, presidentof
NORWOOD AVI. PHONE PO 4-4511 Florida AIM University I
Her mother or her sister? and presently an instruc- Matthew W. Gilbert's f

Class of 1953, is requesting
MAGNOLIA GARDEV S FIRST DRUG STORE1Her here at the Dade County that all members of .T

Whether you want the excitement of a different Yen's Junior College, will serve the Class meet with him _
hair shade or want to give new life to dull or Pharmacy SundayJune 9th at 5 p.m. _
of the Day
as Parents have much fun
as as
hair ..Insist on the long-lasting hairoolor
gray +
in the famous red packap--GodeCroy' 2735 WEST ED6EWOOD AVENUEFree Camp activities of the at 2S40 Begonia P.ofi.i.Purpoae .

La isuae>It's easy to apply,and'cbtefltM<< In Pick Up & Delivery Service: Miami YWCA this summer. of the meeting youngsters today..and, naturally, fun .

one package-there's nothing else to buy. Prescriptions and Other Drug Items There will be one five- Mr. Killer said, will be Includes Pepsi! Nothing drenches year PCP9I-COLA

/; Ljmt8LOVELY Please Dial PO 5-4485 or PO 5-1582 week session this Tear and to discuss matters of importance thirst like a cold, inviting Pepsi '

l11 .zU' 'LET US FILL YOUR NEXT PRESCRIPTIONI. Lore." with emphasis on the Class role in future : Think young-say"Pepsi, pleas!I"'M..1.
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"' Annual I Event Claimed- Outstanding Success

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: KOSMETIKOS Local-N-r-: 50' s first annual second prize; Miss Vera Robinson, AllieR. left are: Mrs. Lucille Paul, recording and i MMVNMMMWMBW
means director
Hair Fashion and Modeling Show held recentlY Clark, Miss Betty Ford, Mrs. Tiny secretary; Mrs. Viola Johnson financial Mrs. ; Mrs. Bernice Douglas,
in Triumph The Church and Kingdomof Thomas, Mrs. Emma Pinkney, Mrs. Sarah secretary; Mrs. M.L. Patterson, president; Mrs. Mattie Bhitfield., arts and cra.'\.s';

God in Christ was declared an over- Gri gs, Mrs. ..w.illie Mae Gelsey third Mrs. Julia Robinson, vice president and mittee; Mrs.Leonard Viola chairman sick com-

welming success by the attendees and prize; Mrs. Dorothy Johnson, Miss Eliza- Mrs. Fs sie Barrington. Standing from left: Mrs. Thelraa Spencer, treasurer;

sponsors. Models shown in photo left (from beth Pinkney, Mrs. Ada Lou Brown, Mrs. Mrs. Thomasena Wilson, artists bureau; manager wishes Baker to (not shown) business
left) are: Miss M. Riley, Miss Doris Flet- M.L.Moore, Mrs. Thelma Vinson. Mrs. Vivian Mrs. Hattie Fuller, publications; Mrs.! operated to the event's all those who c' o-

cher Mrs. Audrey Guisant, first prize; Watkins was also a participant. Members of Jannie Griffith Mrs. Lucille Ezell religious success.

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Woodlawo Presbyterian Attends Command Performance ____ Scoufers Set Jerusalem Baptist

CHURCH NOTESBY Direction ___ Program For Church ActivitiesSunday

services at Jeru-
L.N. PFARSON SR. SessionsBY salem Baptist Church Will

By Rev. J. Reddick C. PARHAM JOHNSON begin with the Funday

Friday. May 31, at 8 p m. School at 9:30 am with

the United PresbyterianChoir The annual camping ses- tle su erint ndent. H D
will rehearse in the < f; PASTOR OF SIMPSON sions of the Cherokee Dis- Singletary in charge

Westminster Hut. It is : trict North Florida Council Morning worship will be-

asking that all members of x Boy Scouts of Americaare gin at 11 o'clock Fvening

the Westminster Choir make METHODIST CHURCH scheduled to begin worship will begin at 6 o'

the sacrifice of singing June 16 at Camp CoacoocheeThe clock

with the United Choir .e : : : j camping period will District 1 will present a

also. All members of the last for three week) ?. "Family Night"rogram

church who can sing and WEAR YOUR OWN 'SHOES' Camp Coacoochee is located June 10. District 5 will
will sing with the United about five miles
There was once an inhabitant in a community who sponsor a sight weeing tour

Choir are urged to be pre- occupied a position as parasite to the other inhabitants southwest of Orange Parkon to Lake Wales Florida.For .

sent Friday night at the of the community. One night this para- Blanding Boulevard 17 further information

rehearsal. The choir is in 19 sitic individual took the shoes of another mem- miles from Jacksonville.The contact Deacon William A

need of singers.The ber of the community and wore then to a nearby North Florida Council Toombs, Leader. FT* 9-1271
operates Camp Coacoocheefor
United PresbyterianYouth storehouse and stole much goods. To further Rev. R. W. Jackson is pas
will meet Saturday all division scouts
baffle their attenpt to track him down, he went tor.
and in fifteen
Westminster Hut. .- Explorers a
in the Y the direction in
which the other member 11 veeLDogS'
Juniors will meet at 4:00: JAr S First Lady of Gospel SOngs Mrs. Ethel Davenport Bannister,left Monda1.at wereputonhis- t'rackZt: : 1 :5iext morning.The county area. On this 210 efJituarit:
p.m. Seniors will meet at 2:30 a.m. via Eastern Airlines for Chicago, Ill where she will be the acre campsite is the Rotary
dogs kept 'on all houses
by until they
5 p.m. special guest of famed singer, Miss Mahalia Jackson. Miss Jackson is planninga to the home of the thief. came Dining Hall which will ac- William Bell: 300 W. 143rd

Church School will begin gigantic gospel festival for Dr. Martin Li King Jr. the proceeds of which of comodate 125 campers a Street
Many us today wear other's "shoes" to hide
Sunday. June 2 at 10 a.min will aid the Southern Christian Leadership C inference's civil rights canpaign truths swimming pool a small Robin Mango: 1076 Safer
concerning our real selves and our deeds.We lake for
fishing boating
the George Washington throughout the nation. (Royal Art Studio Photo) Court
are more for the
eager public be impressedthan
canoeing. There five
Carver Elementary School per- Mrs. Lula Williams: 7200
we are to represent high principles. The"shoes"
2854 W 45th Street withT. Mt. Pisgah Presents Sister manent campsites.The New Kings Road.
.V. Huger superintendent Midway Choir l of others might make tracks to impressthe camp staff Is com- Robert L. Graham: 16111

Musicale public other than our own. We therefore are posed of Scouts explorersand
in charge. June 16thMrs. To AppearMrs. Cochran Ave. Brunswick.
The Morning worship ser- Readies For busy looking for "shoes" because we are more scouters who have been Geo r gia.
Ruth Rosetta Cohn will interested in the track Impression than anything
vice will begin at 10:55a. Annie Davis June 9 trained in Camp Administration Mrb. Tula Williams: 1942

.m with C.F. Simmons: Jr. president of the usher gram appear at in the a Howard musical Memo-pro- Recital else. Certain tracks keep the public lookingthe waterfront operation f. 11th Street

playing the prelude. Rev board in Mt. Pisgah AME rial First Born Church Choir 2 of Mother Midway other way for the thief.This not only appliesto nature lore camping Rev. William Black: 1077

F.D Wilson pastor will Church. Atlantic Beach 1459 W. Union Street. June AME Church will be pre- individuals, but national International and handicraft field Frazier Street.
deliver the message. The will sponsor a musical sented in an anniversary local organizations, even the home. sports unit leadershipand

United Choir will supportthe program June 16 at 8 p. m 4. musical recital June 9 at As noted in the case of the thief, the impression first aid instructions -
Singers of the city are .
rites with "C. E. Simmons in the auditorium of the invited to appear on the 7:30 p.m. in the audi- was not the whole story. The essence of the

organist at the church. program and an invitationis torium of the church. Mrs. track, or.the inside story makes the difference.It Fach person attending

riano The program will feature extended to the publicto Gertrude Morse is the makes the difference if carried over into any temp is required to have a!

How can I find Christianity Freddie Davis and the attend. Deacon S. Cohn organist and director. .other area of life situations. We might conceal medical check hy a hL

? Turn to the right Heavenly Star Spiritual will serve aSmaster, of Local artist will appear .n our identity in many ways but truth will unfoldto physician. Medical checks

and keep on going Singers. ceremonies. on the program. our doors as life progresses. may be received at St.

The Sunday School depart- People here and elsewhere are fighting for Pius Catholic School Friday -

ment and various boards systems along! with many other things. The name and Saturday at 7:30

SALE GOOD will sponsor babies on of our system might be adequate. Systems may p.m.

parade June 9 at 3:30 p.m. not be what we most need. They are so often usedas Camping periods are:

ALL WEEKMAY Plan Stone RallyThe "shoes" to hide reality. In the case of the First week. June 16-22.

29-JUNE 2 thief,it was not a different shoe that.he needed.It Second week. June 23-29 NO HUNTIN'FOR
Trustee Board and the
June 30-
and third week
was not tracks to make certain impressionsthat
1 2 DISCOUNT STORES:: Women's Auxiliary of the July 6. Camp opens at 2p.m.
he needed in his favor. But he did need a HUNTERMr.
New Mt. Olive Baptist Sundays and closes
830 Cossa Ave. change of heart and change of mind. He needed to on
(NEAR COLLEGE>)> Church will sponsor a the following Saturday at James Hunter is
find himself and face up to the facts of life.
1824 W. Beaver St. stone rally for the bene- 10 a m. Scouts will not be right there when you
He needed to wear his own shoes and find his
U.S. 90 N r Stockton fit of the education allowed to stay over week- want him to take you
right relationship to theirs.
building Many of us today are so much like this thief. end. somewhere in his New
HEAVY WESTERN BEEF SALE! Troops registered-to date Deal Cab 1105 Day. All
we fear to face the facts of life. When we
St. Pius catholic have to do is dial
(NOW IN FULL SWING) WHY CAY MORE direct our face against the essence of truth are you
School. Second Baptist EL 4-1611 aad ask for
SAVE UP TO 30c A POUND and facts of life we are headed in the wrong
Church Wesconnett School. Jimmy Huater to come
WHEN YOU CAN'TBUY direction. We can no more deal with facts of
St. Stephen AMF. Church for pick you up. He'll be
life by wearing "shoes" of others than we can
the first week: Pine there in a Jiffy.
/ BEEF 39 cLB. BETTER borrow ourselves out of debt. Truths of life
Now will track us down. Forest School, Mt. Ararat Mr. Hunter has bees
Baptist Church second Deal
working with New
WE CUT..YOU WRAP Wear Your Own 'Shoes."
FINANCE IT THE PREMIERWAY. NOTHING DOWN! week and Pine Forest Cal- for about 8 years and

lahan and St. Paul Baptistfor he has a good safety

the third week. More record. He a4 his wife
STEAKS WEST LB.69c You Don t Have to Go to Town to Get registrations are needed Weedie live at 1621
for the entire camping
West 10th. Street aid

TBONESIRLOIN ROUND Save 20c Per Lb. LOW PRICESOn 'periodCamp they have a little 1
will include
ALL MEAT officials year old boy lamed
C R.A. Sewell. camp James Melvin Heater.

STEW Save 20c Per Lb. LB. 59 Your director Henry Floyd andJ The Hunters are Beaters
of the Abyssinia Baptist
DRUG STORE NEEDS directors and Maxie Cole- Church mad Jimmy Is a

man program director. baseball fan-Ilkft
ROAST LB.39c : Traoe With Your Neighborhood Drug Store Information may be secured real
Save We Per Lb. watch whenever
2 a gee
he gets a chaace. That a
Deliver-We Also Fill All Doctors'Prescriptions
CHUCK We director. Scout ser-
not often CMMM you keep
vice Center P.O. Box 6456

STEAK Save We Per Lb. LB. 45 2 POWDERS 5 Dixie Pharmacy Jacksonville 5. yon his pretty places busy ia his taking New

SHORT RIBS OPBEEF Initiates CrusadeThe Deal Cab.
C 12 POWDERS 25 1302 Read at AveeoePkftits
39 Kings Myrtle
.. w.. t. watch ..r laW
Save Per Lb. LB.
lOc Phyllis Wheatley I ... .... f..a4av ...ni.pet
24 POWDERS 49 EL 5559798FAY Sunday School Class of St. 9:30 .. CkMMf 4, "a-
SMOKED ...... KM 1C1IJPt.NEW .
Paul AWE Church has initi-

PICNICS' Save We Per Lb. LB. 27 YOUR LIGHT, WATER AND TELEPHONE ated reclaim a Month former crusade members who to DEALCAB

Witch the WwM's Greatest G'.SH! Si..ers -.vw.. 0o- to are Join presently In the attending regular COMPANY

WJXT C '.I.I 4 Ev.ry S.Mky, :30 .... POWDERS study of the scripture. I nor R W a 4-1MI

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Group Joins Community's: Servic'es" Engineering Negro Councilman Attends Conference

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,> Tallahassee -- Dr Carl
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I PonderedFlorida
Kentucky State College
Village -of Inkster twp
Engineering Negro councilmen were re- will be the guest speakerfor

3 Society's executive elected last week. the suwner cow nce-

director Bob Alligood Clyde A. Hamlin defeated ment exercises at Florida

Monday told of a pro- Lafayette Allen Jr. in A&M University.
I posed loan scholarship FAMD President George W.
A t Jd the District 3 race by a
program which might vote of 2.287 to 1248. Gore Jr. announced that

d ? total one-half million Leone S. Carroll ran undefeated the summer COB cement

1 i. { dollars a year in Fla. in District No 1 exercises will be heldat

Speaking to the so polling the highest number.of 6:00: p.m. on August 9

,F ", "' ciety's final convention votes of any candidate in the Bragg Memorial
'0.ti "" session here, Alli- 2.655. StadiumSUMMER ,

good said the number of

high school students

F p _-..r" they would adding colleges all,be' go'we,unlimited.but to would Florida there hope.. .[3 Ii) [3 E3 [3

would be no limita- /
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He continued that a
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bill has been submittedto

,F '4 a. thai legislature to

authorize the State 1 1f \\
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i' WRKNG CLOSELY with the State Employment Service, Municipal Sidney Kellum, public relations director and employment in Alligood pointed out.

Court and other social-civic agencies, the recently organized terviewer. Pix top right: Miss Kellum interviews Job applicant.

Jacksonville Youth League has set up its office in the basement Bottom pix left: Job applicants fill in application forms. Commencement Slate Lightweight i -easily carried from room to room.

of ,Shiloh Metropolitan Baptist ,Churchand is geared to act upon Photo left: Applicant turns in completed form to Ervin Kitt. Quiet, heavy-duty 2 speed motor is U.L. approved

: job.,fapp.JLications for youth., .Mondays, through Saturdays from 8 Steward Washington is the group's business manager. The groupis Readied At f Vdlusia Slim style., has a 1-year manufacturer's warranty.

a.m.-,until 5 p.m. The membership books are. also open to civic- requesting housewives, business concerns and other media to
DAYTONA BEACH The Commencement -
minded persons between the ages of 16 and 25 years. The group aid their youth summer Jobs program which provides workers by

meets twice-weekly with Municipal Judge John Santora's Teenage the day, week or for the entire summer. Adult board membersare I Volusia County schedule Community of $)( :SIJE; )ALS '*

Jury to combat Juvenile delinquency and help premote youth : Shiloh Pastor, Rev. A. B. Coleman; James Steeley, Atty. t College has been releasedby -

recreational programs in photo tjn left, John Thomas Jr. Alfred Taylor, Sgt. Willie Weston, Patrolman Sidney Gaines,
1 Mims dean of
third from left, executive director-founder conducts executive Rodell F. Roberts, Miss Louise Coleman, Johnny Shaw,' Elwood student personnel. Commencement -"

board session with (from left): Ervin Kitt, chief employment Banks, Joshua Hillman, Langsford Beatty and James C. Smith I exercises will LADIES ACETATE PANTIES 6 pairs $1.00

interviewer and membership chairman; Miss Drunelle Thomas, Regular meetings scheduled Sundays at 4 p.m. in Shiloh Baptist 1 be Monday, June 10 .at 8 5-6-7-Assorted Colors & Styles
Ronald executive ; Missy Church to the public. Sizes
secretary;, Beatty, secretary-treasurer are open _. I ICommunity p.m. at the Moore Gym-

J lasium. Dr. Walter R. Williams

RelationsCONFERENCE FAMU Instructors Complete Jr. director of

..-.. Yes, We All Talk vocational technical and LADIES NYLONS 29< pair \

,.. ..... .HlstoJY..Of Fla. A&M Univ. adult, education, of the
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.J SPR: E'c- H J.T'0.l( CON V I IN C E"- .. Ready For R >3TALLAHASSEE Department :
Tallahassee, will
By Marcus H. Doulware: Ihe History 1 of; FIQiliL.A&M! deliver the commencement

,5 University, by Dr. Leedell W. Neyland and address.Rev. LADIES LARGE CASUAL BAG 884 eAch
The purpose of the speech 'to convince" is John W. Riley, is scheduled for release by James H. Hall vicar

to change the listeners' beliefs This speech .' the University of Florida Press on or before Saint Timothy's Episcopal OUr Regular 1.19

has to do with the acceptance of ideas or -, .; June 30, 1963.The authors have soughtto Church will deliver the
opinions. Naturally, then, no action is re .
construct in this highly readable vol- Baccalaureate service on
quired.The ume meaningful story of the early begin- Sunday President and Mrs. CHASERS each
his ideas and truths as
speaker presents to the nings under Thomas Desaille TUcker in 1887 J. Griffen Greene will Blk. fYht. Beige, Red, Gold, Turq, etc.
he sees it, and he endeavors change
and trace the their
growth and development of greet graduates
audience's beliefs about his proposition. Sup- Reg. 49*
the institution over the next 75 years. families and guests at the"President's
pose that a speaker talked about the topic:
Special emphasis is given Reception"an
'ffte Practics of Segregation Sfibuld te' Abolished r in Williamston. S.C. and FOR THE CHILDREN -
to the examination of personalities the VCC campus.
expeetedbut Ihe'speakermightexpect later moved to Bristol,
No action would be
political influences Other activities of the
the adherents of segregation to and social forces Ind... where he receivedhis commencement season will KRESS BRAND BIRDSEYE DIAPERS $1.77

change*,their minds about the matter. which have aided in the public school educa- occur on the following 27" x 27" Med.' \Vt. ?**.
tion. He received the A.B.
Discussion usually precedes debate which may be transformation from a nor-. dates: Tuesday. May 21,
degree ,,from De Pauw Uni- Reg. 2.29 pkg of 12
followed by decision-making. Any group has the mal school to a uni- 10:20 a.m. awards assembly -
power to make decisions, such as the leaders in versity. versity where he was a at Campbell High
of these Florida A&M Rector Scholar and his M. TODDLER GIRLS RHUMBA SUN SUITS 664
Birmingham; however, the decision f occupies a Auditorium; May 2328.
leaders did not get the support of municipal peculiar position in the A. degree from the University final examination periodfor each
of Illinois. He Assorted Colors & Styles a 98$ Value
officers- of the city University System of all prospective June

READERS: My public speaking pamphlet is available Florida. Beginning in 1887as did further study at graduates; Friday, May

if the reader sends self-addressed, a normal school for Columbia University undera 24. Frehsman-Sophomore 2 PC. CO-ORDINATE SETS. 99$ each

envelope to Dr. ,M. H. Boulware, Florida A. and Jesse Jackson colored teachers, It had General. Education Board Prom Cypress Street

t M"Untrersity' ,..:Box 310-Ai-Tallahassee; Florida: left. Greenville S. evolved to full-fledged Fellowship. He was taughtat Recreation Center; Wednes Toddler and Jr. Boys Sizes
'. C. president of the A&T university status by 1953 Tennessee State University day. May 29-Thursday.

College Student Government still providing the major Howard Uni- June 6. final examination BOYS COTTON ANKLE SOCKS $1.00
SOUND SERVICES LEO'S SHOE REPAIR confers with Captain outlet for the advanced versity. Tougaloo College. period for all students; 6 pairs

Sound Service for Adver Shoe RepairingOf William Jackson of the training of Negroes in Hampton Institute. Vir- Thursday, May 30, Memorial Sizes 6-1055, Assorted Colors

tising-Dances, Ball Games Greensboro Police Department Florida. Seventyfiveyears ginia Union University and Day holiday; Friday May

etc Also Loud, Speaker Any Kind during one of a of educational since 1950 has been and associated 31 sophomore class party. FOR THE HOME -

Service for Banquets Concerts series of student demon- leadership among Negroesand professor Gypsy Tea Room; Wednesday

Record Hops etc. Is Our Only Business strations conducted in more than 8.000 alumni head of the department of June 5, 8 p.m. class night RUGS 24 x 42 "FOAM BA
Phone EL 35902. 845 Florida Avenue Greensboro last week. sent forth to serve In history at FAMU.Integration. Campbell High School Audi- I I

various capacities pro Is torium; Thursday, June 6, WASH CLOTHS Twelve For 99$ I
,. vide an excellent frame- sophomore class outing.

'workffor studying and Butler Beach; MondayJune Irregular 12" x

analyzing the university. Favored ByPresbyterians 17 Summer School begins. 12"e. : <
Since no other history of

the university has been Music Consultant BATH TOWELS 374
published this work
Size 22" x 44" and }Jx 48"59t
DES MOINES, Iowa By an
should be of great importance Values
overwhelming voice vote TALLAHASSEE -- Dr. William !
to friends and
MARKETS Wednesday, the 175th P. Foster head of 3
SpPElt I alumni of the Institutionas '
General Assembly of.the. the department of musicat NAPKINS, LUNCHEON, 250 Cowl
I well 'I"
as an important
United Presbyterian Church Florida AtM University, F k g.
--- chapter in Florida's history. U.S.A. brought about a recently served as clinician Rainbow and White Reg. 39ct

McKENZIE FROZEN GREENS FRESH GREEN BUTTER series of sweeping changes,, directors at Albany
COLLARD :, to end social, State College. Albany Ga.
: : Leedell W. Neyland. professor economic and discrimination and Summer Hill High WHITE SATIN STRIPE HANDKERCHIEFS 88
BEANS IOCIb. of history at against' Negroes in
TURNIPS, : ; FAKU. its churches. School. Cartersvllle. Ga. ) e$ II
was born in Gloater lI sa. 10 in BagBANLON
10 oz100. pkg. -
MUSTARDS and educated in the public .

school system there. He TAStE WHAT HAPPENED TO I I. MORMtfttMlJ[ : SPORTSHIRTS $2.66 each I
YAN received his A.B. -
CAMPPOrk degree
from Virginia State College Short Sleeve Solid Colors I I

BLEACH 15C and his M. A. and i
& 'C'Beans .
Ph.D. degrees from New
qt. York University while HENS WALKING SHORTS. $1.77 MCh 1.
studying under a Danforth

2. # ,2'.cans WESTERN CENTER CUT Fellowship. Formerly he :Teem ; Values to 3.98 All Sizes I

was assistant professor

U. ;S'. GOOD. social sciences at Graab1 -. every MENS) SHORT SLEEVE SPORT SHUTS 994 I
Pork Colleee (La. ) and each
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Beverage Dept.- .Continues Salute National Observance
.r'WO MINUTES R4 All Out War On MoonshineAn il

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WW tHE di aLE illegal moonshine operation involving a I
R COINIDUS: a. RAM .... large weekly production was put out of operationnear .
CMCAAO NUAN aau&LNHS Hastings last week, according to State III
Beverage Director Richard B. Keating. Four per- II

FRUIT OF GRACE sons have been arrested and 230 gallons of moonshine III

When John the Baptist and the Lord Jesus Christ and three vehicles have been seized so far s. ) III I
appeared on earth, God's people had been under in the round up, Keating said. f
the law of Moses for fifteen-hundred years.Little The moonshine still .
described as having a 350- floor, the director said. I
wonder John and his Master looked for fruit among
gallon cook pot and 2 5 1 Beverage agents observing m
them. !r
barrels of fermenting mash the operation also seized
When the hypocritical religious leaders, came to 9 II
was located in building: 195 gallons of whiskeys
Join John's growing audience and asked to be ::1
which also housed two con- near the home of Daniel
baptized, John called them a "generation of
struction company offices, Masters, 24, of Spud.
vipers" and bade them "bring forth fruits meet
the Director said. Florida. A 600-gallon cook J
fit for repentance" Matt. 3:7,8). True repentance -
( ) (
.. .
Hugh M. Padget, Jr., 26, pot and other distilling, r
with fruit to prove it, was the basic 4 t
president of Padco Con- equipment were also located JI
of the kingdom: John proclaimed. This
requirement struction Company and Ted hear Masters' hornet I
.is evident from his declaration: Mullins, 21, of Hollister Masters was arrested -
'And now also the ace is laid to the root of were charged with posses- Saturday afternoon; according

the trees: therefore every tree which bringethnot sion of the still. VernonB. to Keating. Agents-
forth good fruit is hewn down,' and east into seized
strange 24, of Palatka a 1962 pick-up I
the fire" (Matt. 3:10). who claimed part ownershipin truck and a 1963 stake .
Our Lord' appeared proclaiming the same message P&S Construction Com- body<< vehicle.
.p as John and also sought for fruit among His pany was arrested a short

people (Matt. 7:16-20; 21:33-43). We know how- time later when he approached Official : ; \

ever that John the Baptist was beheaded and the still after ChallengesFla. .
Christ crucified. The fruit produced under the officers had already con- _
i 'TA
law was meager indeed. Even after the resurrec- ducted their raid. Strange Normal GradsST. +

tion of Christ the majority of His people refused attempted to speed away AUGUSTINE ArthurA. 4 ,
to repent and failed to bring forth the
from the area but was apprehended Chapln. Special Assis- t .e
H required fruit. by officers. tant to the U.S. Secretaryof -
But what the law requires grace provides. It was. Agents also seized his Labor told the members ;. .
LI at this time that God raised up the Apostle Paul, 1958 automobile. of the graduating class at .' 4 ta

I whose "preaching of the cross" showed that Officers found 35 gallonsof Florida Normal and Indus-

r Christ had not died an untimely death, but in whiskey in the house at trial Memorial College,, ;,; k s k,, m
*Infinite love had come into the world to die the time of the raid. The during its recent commencement -
r for sinners so that they might be saved by construction company of- exercises that
grace, through faith (Eph. 2:8,9). Paul's mes- fices are located on the ."you enter the world of
sage was. called "the gospel (good .news) of the first floor of a two-story work with more academic1 1

grace of.God" (Acts 20:24) and where the law building Just outside of background than ninety 1I 1I I

had failed to bring forth fruit, grace brought it Hastings, and the stillwas percent of your contemporaries -, ..
forth abundantly. set up on the second of all races iri I

Those who fear that the proclamation of grace Tuskegee Raises this nation. at a time, mli, n.v&M.uL.gr sraL ,JLi. .&. .-&, ...'>. ,."'-
will lead to lax living greatly err, "not know- when the occupational"I LIFE UNDERWRITERS of the four local member com- from left: E. T. Williams, Atlanta Life; J. B.
ing that the goodness of God leadeth to repen- Course, Other Fees horizons for the educated} panies of the National insurance Association observed Jones and Mrs. Lucille Green, Central Life; J. T.

tance." (Rom. 2:4). God's grace in Christ, when 1Us( GEE INSTITUTE. Ala Negro are expanding at r N.I.A. Week-May, 13-20--by centering their Collier and P. M. Douglas, Afro; M. Cottrell andG.
accepted in true faith, always brings' forth good Course and incidental fees tremendous rate." activities around panel discussions, radio forumsin K. Carroll, Pilgrim; W. M. McRae Afro; L.
fruit. Thus Paul wrote to" the Colossians that at Tuskegee Institute will "America has still a their all-out production efforts. Members in Patterson and R. Collins, Atlanta Life. Back row I

his good news was going forth into all the be increased from $225 to long way to go before the front row from left are: Mrs. R. L.' Barnes, Afro from left: J. H. Washington and A. B. Ashwood, I

world, adding: "and bringeth forth fruit, as it 262.50 a semester at the goal of equality of opportunity Mrs. W. M. McIntosh and Mrs. 0. B. Jackson, Atlanta Central Life; J. Crcaartie, Atlanta Life; S. p. I

doth also in you since. ..ye knew the grace of opening of the fall ,term for all. Negroesas Life; Mrs. N. L. Williams, Afro-American. Donalds, Central; L. Dawkins, Atlanta Life; P. A.
God in truth" (Col. 1:5,6 cf. Rom. 6:21,22). in September 1963. This well as. Whites become a' Second row from left: J. Alexander, T. Robinsonand Cato, Afro; S. Smith, Central; M. B. Young, Atlanta I
Accept God s message of grace, trust in Christas change in fees was effected reality. Mrs. Betty Richards, Atlanta Life; J. T. Life; M. L. Bartley and J. Weaver, Afro; I,
your Savior and He will help you to producethe during the April SAVE YOUR Lawrence and Mrs. B. Simmons 4 Pilgrim, Third row J. Brown and C. Horse, Atlanta Life. \

fruit. meeting of the Institute's

Legion Planning Sports Outing Board of Trustees. LIFE KIT A Timely or Gesture Gospel EchoesTo Pastor, Youths

American Legion post 197 is planning an all-day Here's an idea for a a: ... .
Sunday ProgramThe ..
kit that : :o/
sports party for Midget boys and girls team pocKet-size might
,Saturday at Little Talbot Island. Ages for com- get,you out of a.j am. Can Gospel ConcertA To Church ConfabA

peting players will be 11 to 17 and 11 to 14 Church School of Mt. you think of any other big gospel treat is in
lectively. Winners of first and second places Calvary Baptist Church are items that ought to be store for all music lovers

will receive awards. Buses will, begin leaving sponsoring a tea Sunday added. Whistle; small and singing fans. Sunday 'j
"Jefferson St. Park at 8:30 a.m.1,13th and Davis, iune:2frog:4:: 'until 6 p.tn.' steel pocket mirror! dental night -June 2nd. when the ,I
t f9 a.m.; 16 and Myrtle, 8:30 a.m.; Slmond Johnson in the hone d Rev. and floss (its touhgness Gospel Echoes present a
Park, 9 a.m. Forest Park, 8:30 a.m. ; Lavilla Mrs. J.C. Burney. 7009 gives it all these duties- program at the Triumph
Park, 9 a.m. Spires and Kings Rd. 8:30 a. m. Rhode Island Drive vest. fish line thread to sew Holiness Church on Third
Avenue B and Edgewood, 9 a.m. Pev. Burney is the tear in light cloth extra and Franklin Sts. Rev.

All buses will assemble and leave from the school's superintendent.Rev. shoelace tourniquet. Hall is the pastor.

Legion Post Avenue B. and Benedict Rd. at 10 W.M. Hill is host This will be their pre-
a.m. The public is invited. pastor. anniversary program and

many of the groups and
singers of the city will
$3,000 In College Scholarships .4 participate on the pro- group of young people

gram. and their pastor. Rev. !
Among them will be the Eugene Mobley of OJ bbs I'

,. Now Available To Excelllsor Gospel Singers. Chapel AME 'Church .walked I
.the Celestial Gospel from their church to Allen
Singers Biven Specials Chapel AMR Church which is
High School Grads PAW ALUMNI FUNDS FOR STUDENT LOANS---Dr. GeorgeW. Zion Grove Spiritual located on Swan Street recently I
Gore Jr. president of Florida A. and M. Singers. Male Chorus of to attend a ses-
University (left) is presented a check for Poyal Tabernacle Baptist sion of the Christian ta-
andCollege o $2,000 by FAMU General Alumni President Charles Church. Andrew McCall and deavor Hour
I F. Wilson. The money! will go to the NDEA Student the Sunbeam Singers the Much interest was aroused ,

Students Loan Fund where every one dollar raised by the Thelmarettes and Mrs. in the meeting over the
University will be matched by nine dollars by Thelma Edwards Mrs. Alberta Journey taken by the children -
the Federal Government. The alumni organizationhas Latimore and the and their pastor. The .
: ; a goal of $25.000 to reach by September. Latimore singers and many distance was given at approximately -
:: PLUS 3thers. The program will 10 miles tram

.,..... .f.. :; s i Miami Siation To Sponsor begin promptly at 8:30. start to their destination
where the Christian Bn-
There will be no admission ,.
:1i,l' Charity Event the Gospel Echoes deavor Hour was held. Rev.
',' Summer Jobs -: will be heard in several A.D. Harris was host pas
1 .. local talent. tor.
,, selections by special re-
This is only a small quest. Alexander Cottrell State
portion of the $1 million Director of Religious education -

needed to match Federal Help Wanted of the AMF Church
funds for the Variety and organizer and super-
W..kly EirHinfs Up, to $100. or More 1yCK Hospital's expansion pro- Signs Out visor of the Christian Fh-

gram. When completed the deavor Hour together with

Good Paying Jobs With Scholarship Bonuses program will mean the In Miami his assistance were cognizant -
J addition of new wings of the Interest shows
MIAMI -- Cooks waitresses .
operating facilities the people of
by young
from $250. to auto body repairmen -
Ranging $500. Available dining rooms and other Gibbs Chapel aad spoke
are still badly neededin
necessities sorely neededat very highly of their -ef
Dade County, the
College Students and High School Graduates the facility.A Florida State Employment forts.
battery of phones will The next meeting of the
be Installed so that the Service announced Monday Christian Endeavor Hour

APPLY AT YOUR SCHOOL volunteer workers may received Although there's a cur- will be held at FomtaiB

pledges from those rent unemployment short Chapel AMF Church, cm the

: < See Your Senior Class Sponsor unable to attend the Miami age of Jobs Harry Tyson, East side. Rev. P. W. Jones
manager of stater
;1CROTN PRINCE WILLIAMS radiothon. pastor
'' Or Write Help WMBM raise its, service said employment
-. MIAMI popular local $14,900 goal by supporting officials are* having .. Divorce Suit
FUriai. Stir Scholarship fla" Deejay. McKinley (Crown this Radiothon. trouble getting people to
,_ Prince) Williams will be train for Jobs. Divorce proceedings
on hand to do his chores Beserk Fruit Daily Job openings total
P. 0. Box 1171 Jacksonville 1 Florida were filed May 15 la
when Miami's radio station of 60 to 40 waitress Jobs
Gentlemen: ->. WMBU sponsors another in Picker Guns 8 openings daily during the Circuit T. Brows court Sr. ,ay namingas Melvia
its many charity benefits off-season and 90 to 100
I want to work this summer in your subscription drive which will pay me a coca- defends, Mrs. Mete
mission and give me a chance to compete for a $500 Scholarship. Rush me a Sales here.The current event will be PersolsLAXELANDGabriel season.during the Tyson winter tourist said. Jane Brown of Talla t

Kit and Employment Contract. hassee. '
an all-night radiothon Waitress Jobs average $50
old In the bill of complaint -
originating at 9 p. ,. Texldora, 34-year to $60 a week with some
NAME fruit the plaintiff
June 4 from Miami Beach's Puerto earning $90 to $100. he
; : famed Copa City Young picker who police said added. states the marriage between -
.. ADDRESS has resided here for the couple took
Adult Club for benefit of Cooks make the same, according -
i the Variety Children's about two years, is to Tyson, with place OB April 16, 1937
: CITY STATE .. being held for investigation la Tallahassee and that
Hospital. auto body repairmen making
;Goal for the radio-beamed after he mss $125 weekly and more. the couple lived together -

GRADUATE OF show which will continue charged with going Tyson is urging persons oatil April *00.
t :: Nae of High School or College Attended until the money is raised berserk last Saturdayand interested in training for at which time they

"'< .- ., .. .11 t is $14,900. wounded eight Negroes such work contact any of separated. Mr. Brown
\_ PARENT Assisting WMBM8 deejays three of them the three local employment charges the defendant

.;:. ..;. ,-.9s .. '_ :" Signature :, Parent: or Guardian '- will be guest artists and seriously. service offices* with deevtlolLpAefl

r -" .


: SIKRIAY Ml 1.1 1963 ( +L FLORIDA STAR > pier '1"

Visits Scene Of Turbulence Brotherhood

Meets June 6th t [Continental Bowling Lanes Are YOURS

The' Brotteftoxi: of Citi-

Y zens, Club June will 6 at meet 7:30 Thursday p..-. Thy Were Built For The People Of Jacksonville And

i.w in the hone of Mr. and
Surrounding Areas To Provide
Mrs. John Long, 3706 DavisSt. Wholesome Recreation
All members are urged
to be present. For All Citizens I
Deacon George Henry pre-
sident, wishes to notify
a members and friends that,
a Deacon Louis Williams
vice president, is c m-
fined in Veterans Hospital
Lake City.- Members are
trged to pray for his
speedy recovery.



Mrs. Mary Frances Bryant
announced the engagementof
BIRMINGHAM SPEAKER---NAACP Executive Secretary Roy Wilkins addresses her daughter Miss Tan-
mass meeting at 16th Street Baptist Church. Birmingham, si an (Tan) Bryant to DonT.
Alabama, headquarters of the Negro protest movement. Mr. Wilkins Williams, son of Vt.
spoke as a private citizen since the NAACP's parent body has been and Mrs. Don T. WilliamsSr.

f J. enjoined in Alabama since 1956. Nevertheless, NAACP rallied its of Boston Mass.
branches to support of the movement through hundreds of protest Miss Bryant is the niece

f demonstrations, letters and telegrams and other pressures at tb e of Will Bryant of 104 E. -

.\ federal level.Leon's State Street. \_. '%_ :

j T Local Residents Cited '

a By Fla. A & M Advisory Council .':,1 DATA N CHATTER

TALLAHASSEE---Tbe Florida A. and M. University
Community Advisory Council presented achievement
CHICAGO-ANP---From Hollywood to Harlem
f awards to local residents during its annual observance -
.Sir Stork has done it again! British
of Tallahassee Day last week in Bragg
, I beauty Shirley Bassey and her husband
Kenneth Hume (he's a TV producer) have
I The council also named "
decided not to call it quits after all.
"Mr. and Mrs. Tallahas-
Volusia Community s
With a bundle from heaven due come summer,
see" from church contest
Sessions they have decided to give it another try
ants and 'Mr. and MissTallahassee" Summer
on the marriage-go-round. This should
from candi-
dates from the schools. ,Schedule ReleasedDAYTONA make the papa-to-be very happy when the
Bassey-Hume marriage first skidded, he was
1 This was a popularity con- BEACH Bulle- "
test with persons in the tins for the six week Sum- rushed to the hospital (listed as a possi-
community voting for can- mer session at Volusia ble sucicide attempt). But all's well that

i\\ dicates of their choice. County Community College,. ends well.
.. Mrs. Bernyce Clausell, an from June 17 to July 29, Those who say Belafonte can't get tele-
Elementary school teacherat may be secured from the vision work, now hear this: Nearly Everybody Said This Is What Jacksonville
Gri'ffin and an outstanding Office of Admissions, The famous folk singer revealed that he Needed...
civic worker, wa3 WCCC, Loomis and Lockhart isn't on tee-vee oftener because that's

named "Mrs. Citizen of Streets, Daytona Beach. the way television he wants it! (He will this make season--A only And We Built It For You * *
the Year." Professor W.K. Summer school courses are one appearance
r Perkins, retired principal being offered for college Telephone Hour segment which, incidentally
1 of Griffin Junior High and students who wish to earn will be his third appearance on this
civic leader, was thecouncil's six semester hours, for show., BUTBecause
choice for "Mr. high school students who How come the scarcity of Handsome Harryon
Citizen of the Year. desire to get an early the home screens? He put it this way:
Plaques were presented by start on their college "I could have done other shows, but I of the HIGH Cost Of Operation
Elbert Jones. education, for teacherswho don't believe in doing too many appearanceson
Mrs. Doris Alston of the want to extend their TV. I haven't really found a program ". And The LOW Attendance
Trinity Presbyterian certificates, and for with the kind of style that I'd like to We May Be Forced To
adults who desire to take Suspend Operations... I I0
Church and John J. Swilleyof lend my energies to regularly. I'do look I
the St. Mary*s h nit! courses for. ,- personal .1mprcvement. forward to doing: an occasional shawl like -_- --" :' .- :. But Who Wants To Close Up

tive Baptist Church No, 1 Several courses will be the Telephone Hour with big audience ex- ,,' ,
L were the winners in the offered in each of the posure. ,I get along, fine with them (Telephone -, A Fine Place Like
i I Itr. and Mrs. Tallahas- following subject areas: Hour people) and I like to go oh ? Then What Would Bowling

see" contest. 'F.D. Black-,English. Psychology, Soci- their program once in a while, but I find Lovers Do?
J sheaf of Bethel Baptist ology Foreign Language doing things for commercial television to
was the loser in a drawingfor Geography. Economics Art, be, in general, terribly limiting.
the honor after having History and Political They try--the musical shows--to be all '.Money Is Scarce All Around. So We Are Cutting Out Prices
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declared' winner. Rev. C. Science and Music. the 100,000 people who are interested Bowl
K. Steele presented the Work taken for credit may passionately in certain concepts or pointsof -
plaques.- be transferred to four view rather than for millions who want
M'fSB.Llnda Arnold -of gear institutions and may the same familiar formats with their super-
Griffin'was elected "Miss be used for any certification ficial requirements.I Students
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Bouie of FAMU High took courses apply Junior vision. I guess that is the real answer 25(J 20C ._
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ATLANTA Ga -- Florida
High Hurdle A&ll University's head

A football
coach and athletic -
1. Harvey Nairn' :/0.-2; Van. .Hester. 3. James' Riley M director. Jake fender
N' wsetern Miami Mays Goulds ,. JP wsetern, Miami
was awarded the first annual -
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;Time: 15.0 Sportsmen "25" out
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: Yard Dash ; the club's
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1. Eugene,. Milton V2.v, Billy Cobbs ,. '. -,?3&Nathaniel James recently.

Howard, Ocala V.A Attucks Hollywood, :::,Union' Acad. Bartow Coach Gaither was theclub's
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'. 1-Mile Run.. '; : :, award was presented by

':; : .. 0 ': r= ,,: Hamilton Holmes Sportsmen
1. Felix Thompson *2. J. 0 W. Lester > >', .. 3. Sonny King "25" president and I

N' wsetern. Miami N' wsetern, Miami! DfcB.St.' Augustine Phi Beta Kappa from the

University of Georgia. The

Time: 4:42 affair, honoring high

school college, and pro
Half Mile Relay fessional athletes was

held in the Hearth Poem of I

1. James Washington 2.. N. Dade, Opa Locks 3...:N',western Miami the Merchandise Mart

Hazelton! Richardson, ; : ,,0 .; ":> ....-'.; \
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ment was made here, that
1. ells
2BillYMorrell.: 3. Johnson Jack _
Carver Delray Beach .'-.; Rochelle't 'Lakeland N' w wsetern,. Miami plans have been completedfor
.. the third Annual
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a. --
Rochelle Lakeland s,.J :' FIRST SETBACK suffered by the Cavaliers Club of Ball Park on July 4th. Members kneeling from
10 to 18
:. .< \ ;, ." ;" ''.Time,; <.51. 1tJ ..:V180Yard i :' :. '.' \ : the Clarence L. Jackson Baseball League occurred left are: Donald Patterson 3B; Mik Malpress, CF; the Florida years Association sponsoredby '!

''- .. last Sunday when the team dropped their first Willie Thomas RF; Richard Wilson,. LFLeroy of Women's Clubs. Incor- ;
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Low_ Hurdles ..:. doubleheader the season.However the Cavaliersare Smith,, SS. Standing from left: Rudolph Thomas porated. The Camp will beheld I

: '. '. : '0'; ;i ?/ o'I.., ; boasting a fine season''s record and are vying RF; Alford Walker LB; John Bell infielder; on the campus of ii,

ti ,1.; HarVe3r.jNairn; .. 2..; Marvin .Wiley ,..,1 ,3'Levon Johnson with the eleven other league members for a berthon Willie Lee, RF; L. C. Grier P; Charles Ford C. Florida Normal College. |J

N' wsetern*rs*.**;4 Miami- r.****' .,,t .... N*.wsetern: .Miami! J V Union Acad.' ,,,.Bartowti : the All-Star game slated for Myrtle Avenue Veteran baseball organizer Willie Limbric is the June 23-29. "

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1. James White 2. Daniel/Major ,, '3. JimRlY'BivensN'wsetern ; : : : :

Miami Union Acad. Bartow, N. Dade, ",Opa Locks .,' ; Hello everybody! Teens are in the news this week

a.: and many of them are "Teens on Top." in a cere-
1. Marsh Rolle 2. ..At tucks. Hollywood. 3.' 'Jiinmy: :.'Bivcivs mony as grand as any ever held in Buckingham '

Jackson White ., .. .'.': N." Dad'/ Opa Locka Palace, the Northwestern Junior-Senior.. High

N'wsetern, Miami ;. 3 ., ..l'!.- Dade, Opa Locka School family assembled to recognize and honor I.

their students who had exceled in scholastic ability -
Time: 2:04: :/ ; .. tr \- :- -: Y athletics, music and citizenship.After .

impressive devotionsthe assembly listened I
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220-Yard Dash : .' =, attentively to Dr. Andrew Robinson who delivereda 1

1 \ : t, dynamic challenging address, using as his

1. Eugene Milton 2. Edward Wright .3. Gerald Arline .: subject bunting Each Day's Activities. He

Howard, Ocala DB, Augustine N. Dade, Opa Locka at ,< advised the students to evaluate themselves I
r < daily, and decide whether the day's activitieswere
Time! 21:7 w worthwhile if anything was accomplished,

a,: '., the number of successful operations. in other )

One-Mile. Relay 0 I : : words just look over what you have .
'* .' 1"' ,-J ir i'" :; ;T .<. .'', done. He urged them to be honest

I". Williams. .Maultsby_ 1'.If'. Rochelle, ,. Lakeland, 3% Union-.AcademyffasHingtoii" .,work. .hard. for what._they want and f I

PaulSmith: '. '!\.-a i .. -. "' .;, Badow; ,.(' t. 'above afV/Learn to 'Gee Along' with \
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i' ..... Claude "Buddy" Young, former University of Illinois football AllAmericanand People. Dr. Robinson's closing
::. .. ,. : track star Baltimore Colts All-pro back and now a member of the Colts' thought Make each day's activities < .'

Time: 3:31 public relations staff delivered last week the main address at the A. and T. lasting crowns which

Pole Vault' o. College All-Sports Banquet. He talks with Dr. William Bell, A. and T. Ath- will give you joy throughout your I

1. Willie Mumford 2. Tyrone, Walker' 3. Timmy Brown letic director, and top awards winners for the year. They are from left to life. This column is passing on to I

N' wsetern. Miami N' wsetern" ,1 'Miami. .. Eugene' Knowles right: Bernard White Greensboro, N. C. Guilford Dairy Academic Award; Hugh all Teenagers what Dr. Robinson I

N' wstrn & Dillard Evans Brooklyn N. Y. Jack Gibson Memorial Trophy and Joe Henderson, said. ROBIN
surprised, but happy students
Many proud were
Freenold, N. J. Philadelphia Alumni Award.
Height: 13 Feet presented awards for everything from running

track to being the best in a Spanish class. The

I SCHENLEY RESERVE-BLENDED WHISKY. PROOF.65X GRAIN NEUTRAL SPIRITS;'IMPORTED O.f.t.IU PROOF;CHAMPION Ex Pirate Sparks CollegesDiscuss awards were of three types; scholastic, general

R BOURSON-II.: _PROOF:SCHENLEY. _6IN-90..PROOF. .;.SCHENLEY_VODKA-M PROOF:;01863 SCHENLEY.DISTILLERS CON.Y.C. ......_A_ Mixed and athl t1c., .Students! receiving.! them were:, Rebecca I
Crews Rosemary Pinkney Cynthia Jones, ,
r* r- ; i- v r *W$8& ; Hampton Ceremony Sports Slate Dorothy Hall Thomas Walker, Marion Young, Lloyd ,

., < Odum, Carolyn Othwright Betty Currie Alonza
ST. PETERSBURG -- Realignment Z
S : Williams James Morton Lula Boise, Ruby Perry,
HAMPTON Va. -- Dr. succeed. of the Florida-
Jerry Prime, Richard Bailey, Fredrick McCoy,
: Thomas Casey a two-time Highlighting the assemblywere Georgia region of the
Terrel Dix, Alfred Walker Osborne Longsworth,
winner of the coveted the presentation of National Junior College
Joseph CroomJoseph Jenkins Ralph Odoa Lawrence !
Townsend Trophy presented letters numerals and 'Athletic Association appears -
Callahan, Leon Harris Charles Robinson Earl
annually to the mos'tvaluable charms to outstanding in the making. Sucha
Baker,Charles Brin son.Randall Di m n, ChristopherGreen
member of the. athletes and the awardingof move would provide an )
Irene Miles, Delores Humphrey, Carolyn .
Hampton Institute football special trophies and opportunity for competi-
Willwright, Candace Taylor, Lewis Grains, Billard
tion I
audienceof Florida
squad urged an prizes. among some
; : Smith, Gail Harris, James Wilson Ann Marie, I
: athletes and studentsto Alvin Walker outstandingback Negro and White junior
: Patricia Howard Charl ee Washington, idella
equip themselves ade- colleges.
: ; of the Pirate squadwas
::i :: ;\ i :;: : : quately to meet the pres- awarded the Townsend The subject of realignment Butler. Alvin K. Pearson Bernard Langley
: discussed Theola Jenkins, Issac Freeman, Daniel Nicholson,
: sures of the 'white Trophy by President JeromeH. was duringthe
: world. You ask recent spring Minnie Thompson, Andavin Martin Fannie Graham I
y'F 'Will It Holland. The Walter H. meetingof
the Hurt the NJCAA Legislative and Flynn Edwards. Apologies to you whose names
( pressures) ? Aiken Sportsmanship Awards
) omitted. Best wishes and good luck to all of
Assembly held in Hutchin-
; he said. "You can bet it were presented to Edward
will. Thorpe and Vernon Anthony son. Kansas Louis A. you.

Speaking at the college's also of the Pirate eleven. Ross. Florida-Georgia-
annual Varsity Day Program Isaac Gadsden 1962-63 regional director peti- "":.."

f May 21, in Ogden swimming team captain was tioned the Assembly to .4"

4'y I Hall, the former Hampton the recipient of the make Florida a separate .,

great told the students Varsity Club Award for NJCAA region because of -"

that if you enter the game sportsmanship.At the composition of the 5f, j

well equipped and ade- the Varsity Day Ban- membership. Florida has

quately prepared you can quet Jesse Lott was citedas all-white all-Negro and

tell those who abuse you the outstanding fresh- integrated teams that are

R look at the Scoreboard man football player and members of the NJCAA. They

The Cleveland. Ohio also received the trophy total 18. Including Integrate ( "
neurologist told of how as the te. ''s t Mocker. lari Dade Junior 4$..

r important it was for him Carey Hughley was named College and all-Negro it-:. _
: to excel far above his the team's outstanding defensive teams located at Gibbs l}" ,

white competitors when he player. Junior College. St.

entered professional foot- Falter H. Aiken. Hampton Petersburg; Hampton Junior

i ball. He added that they Alumnus and a member of college. Ocala; and

will apply added pressuresin Hampton's 1913 champion- Washington. Junior College, ,
an attempt 'to break ship football squad was
your spirits. He told guest speaker at the ban- request for realignment -

i the students that through quet. Three other membersof was made this year I
with the backing of the
determination they can that championship team
Florida-Georgia region t
were present for the cele- .
and the Florida Junior
4'r bration: Fred C. Scott.
College Athletic Associa-
Signed By Skins Ralph Stoney and Charles tion which comprises the
HALFBACK Johnny Samplewas Negro junior colleges.

& enl .the life of !' Washington acquired Redskins by the from OPEN FOR BUSINESS KEN KNIGHT .
!" party
.. your the Plttsburg_Steelers tiOGDSON CLEANERS Announces the Opening of a Ne
: >. last week. Sample rateda Branch Office at 5504 Avenue B. "(me Where You Invites You To Listen To-

Sailing. .Sunset..and Schenley work party magic.Put life in: possessor of all a- CanGet Quality Cleaning at Budget Prices."

your party' with Schenley's 6-bottle liquor cabinet.. lively -, :, round football skill. Is -' FREE PICECP ft DELIVERY SERVICE -- "KNIGHT TRAIN"Starting

highballs of mellow Schenley Reserve; or-Imported PiF..q..f tt \ Coach described Bill by HcPeak'Skins as INDEPENDENT OIL CO.
Canadian whisk .. frosty mists of soft-spoken Champipn Bourbon -
I i At 7:00 .m. Nfehtly-
being at his peak. Me* KEROSENE HOME DELIVERY p
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KOZY KCRNER'S representatives from Simond Bryant. The event was sponsored by the combined batting power subdued all op- led the league in fielding percentage
' Johnson Playground captured the Tadpole -City Recreation Department which is super- ponents. They are from left: Roosevelt allowing only 14-earned runs in 7 games.

Division citywide Softball championship vised by Miss Emma Hightower. In photo Miller, Fred Bently, Joseph Trottie. Fran left are: Michael Jackson Alphonso

, for 1963 recently under the coaching (left) is the champs entire squad. Center Jerome Wallace, Gregory Skyles and Jerod Swain, Ed Bell Charles Green.Kenneth

reins of Simond Johnson director Carlton pix shows the team s 'murderers' row whose Blakely. The infielders in photo right ElliottEugene Bryant and Daniel Johnson.

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Tiger Homer Spark League Action Experts Pick Jersey Retired ?

Ir Erases Tight Johnson Over Eke 13-6 I I

Pitchers' Dill PastranoLAS VEGAS Ruler Harold l. Win Over Spartans I IEENSBmO.

BY COLLIE J. NICHOLSON Johnson of Philadelphia is t
Q N.C. The attack, deserting their
4 favored to retain his
GRAMBLING. La.SPECIAL) world A&T College: Aggies last main weapon, the aerial

Wllmar Sigler uncoiled a lightheavyweight Saturday took a squeaker attack, which this sea-
title here Saturday night,
solo homer Tuesday night .from, Norfolk Divi- son has been averaging
June 1 when he places his
I to power Grambling Collegeto sion-Virginia State
better than
titlh on the line against, MKT 183yardsper
Its second straight College: Spartans, 13-&
fast, clever Willie Pa- game. Local QUar-
3-2 victory over Florida in a CIAA footballgame terbacks Mitchel
strano of Miami.
Aft University.The played here at Willie
Ferguson, and
f The 15-round title affair -
one-run decision enabled C Y C Memorial Stadium. for brief
is scheduled to be moments.
the to M.a Scoring two touch-
Tigers sweep "'
,. Gordon, threw
,"*!i <(1--# [- nationally televised via
the downs in the first
NAIA District 6-B nine-times
only and
ABC at 10 Jackson-
playoff before 29 major 4 .., p.m. half, the A&T offense completed Just threeof
ville time. Las Vegas and
league scouts.Grambling .1. :; bogged down in the lat-
: ,', them for a mere 37-
the will
+ surrounding area
nipped the K C J' half chargedup
> ter as a
;. 4, be blacked out.Johnson. yards and three of
Rattlers, 3-2 Monday nightin : band of Spartansall them fell into
w"iI 34 became enemy
10 Innings on a line .'I', but took charge of hands. They I
ttg; champion when Archie up126yards
t shot by pinch hitter Bennie the clash. the (
VETERAN ARBITERS---Much of the success of the Moore was relieved of the on
Harris. The Norfolk club ground.
Department Recreation league's softball games crown through failure to
Lefty Alex Pero limited scored their lone
should be credited to league umpires Sylvester defend. Johnson is a 5-2 ;:
f Florida to three hits and right) famed collegiate grid tally in the fourth
Douglasleft) and Willie Reese along with William favorite over the Miami ERNIE r
batters Tues- and threw
struckout 19 J with Jim Brown, famed quarter a
shown posted
Green (not shown). The outstanding officials K star, ;
in the Aggie
day. scare
; did get to >
Cleveland Brown never
keep the moving rapidly and without hitch ,
Grabbling pitchers regis- games k.: died ranks in the last 1:50 Ir.
thus making them popular with both fans and wear No. 45 with the Browns.
tered 34 strikeouts in the of the game. Trailing T

two playoff games. players. (STAR photos by Jesse,Tarrance) .. of Lukemia two weeks ago and was buriedin 13-6. following the
Elmira N. Y.
Bob Williams, a gilt- four-minute warning, I

edged righthander, went To Fall the Virginians' quarterback -
Scouts Scan "Cooper
the.route for the TigersMondf4"atid'whiffed Gene Lambert,

t 15 bat.. No Jive pitched to Lewis Turnerto
q Grambling 9'BY In 5
ters. .- ;,--- --:: Val the Aggie 30 and

t\f Three Florida pitchers--- .'.... (/ 0 2.r COLLIE J. NICHOLSON Quothes Cassius Raymond Edmonds ran to

\ John Kelly, Moses McGray, By DICK WOLFF NEW YORK -- Louisville the Aggie 10. The DENNIS A INT I

and Ralph Cottman---fanned With the world coming alive again and the trout GRAMBLINQ. La. (SPECIAL- (Ky's) 21-year old heavyweight Aggies came to life to

,\ 22 men in 19 innings. season open, it's time for the angler to start Baseball scouts have descended contender Cassius strifle the drive. On A MENACEYou f

I The Tigers had to rebound planning hikes to his favorite stream. Not on Grambling Col- Clay, preparing to invade the next day play the can say that again.

p from discouraging deficits necessarily 40-mile jaunts of the Washington lege like the plague this the habitats of England's Virginians were pushed Charlie Dennis is sure

both nights to subdue the variety--but just a pleasant stroll from highwayto HAROLD JOHNSON season. Bard of Avon--William back to the 18 and no menace. He has been

I Rattlers. nearby brook. ..Favored Twenty-nine American and'Shakespeare-for a bout three straaght pass attempts driving New Deal Cab

f Florida utilized timely One of the things a fisherman has to do this dance master. National League scouts with Brittain's heavy- by Lambert, 1061 Night safely and

I hitting and shaky Gramb- time of year is sharpen his sluggish, winter- Pastrano last fought nere,, watched the Tigers defeat weight champ Henry Cooper, fell harmlessly to the surely to wherever people

ling fielding to grab, jaded senses. The first__ last May 4 when he won a Florida A&M University 3?2 has already penned his ground. That was the need to go. Mr. Dennis

t early leads both nights," time out, too many, ,. 10-round decision over Tuesday night for the NAIA first gem,which predictsthe game. has been driving for I

before Harris' run-pro people look around: Wayne Thornton of Fresno Area Nine championship. outcome of the match.To Apparently the New Deal for 3',j years

t ducing single and Sigler's. but don t see. A chap I Calif. Johnson, who held Grambling edged the wit: Aggies were attempting
and has a mighty good
t game-winning shot brought driving with us recently ill only a portion of the Rattlers 3-2 Monday before "London Bridge is fall- sharpen their ground record.

about wild cheers and for example, didn'',. world title for nearly 18: 22 scouts who shared the ling down safety
DeBRis lives at
hysterical acclaim.PresidentCoach. even spot the hawk and_ 1V months, will be making his experience in unique com- So will Cooper in London,
Schoolaslic Tennis
L 1497 W. 35th Street. He
R. W. E. ; second titular defense town.I .
crow sitting on th e..tt y '' ,. radeship.The .
Jones cheerfully breached same tree branch I' "' since he gained clear big lure has been as not talking jive I has 5 children boys

a long-standing custom to though he was in even. claim to it. His first third baseman Frank Gar- Cooper will fall in five. Champions NamedA and 2 girls.Oae of those
r is his
boys serving
publicly praise his SQuad passenger seat __ successful defense was a- net, underlined and italicized Clay whose prognostications -
and s -_ =: gainst Doug Jones of, New Virginia boy and a country as a member of
and named Pero igle went by these two "* as 'a sure bet" as to what might befall -
12. 1962. young lady from Texas were the Army of the United
York during May
among the players highestin stardom. his opponents cue
natural enemies perched side-by-side. for major league
the victors in the 12th
his affections in the In June of last year to in true fisticuffif States. I
Ever notice one of your companions snapping Garnet, catcher Donald pass annual National Inter-
Charlie to
} post-game celebration. insects on the back of his neck? It's the same Welch, shortstop Jesse not lyrical style, up scholastic Tennis Cham- goes II

t The coaching presidentwon thing: the bugs biting you may be the very ones Jones, outfielder John to his recent match with pionships of the American on Sundays Whatever at Eaaauel

the esteem of scouts the trout are taking. So open your eyes when dIst Wyatt first baseman Bunny Doug Jones in Madison Tennis Association staged Baptist. spare
he has fan he
with his almost time for ,
and fans you get to the lake or stream, look carefullyinto Hudson, and pitchers Square Garden. last weekend at North
magical use of the 17-man Jones, not only refusedto uses going fishing.
the water and study what's beneath the Robert Williams (9-1), Carolina A&T College
Pretty good fisherman
Grambling squad. surface. Just the way a minnow swims will give .s Alex Pero (5-0), and Candy believe in young Clay's. Greensboro.The i I
Frank Garnet, hard- of predestination, too.
clue to what colors, sizes and movements Robinson (5-0) have been powers
you a new champions are
hitting star of the talent but was edged In a ques- Next time you need to I
the subject of moat of
will attract a fish. Gilbert McGriff Norcom
rich Grambling squad, was tionable decision In the get somewhere, call fOl'I
observations should reveal in the tonguewagging.Welch
One thing your High School. Portsmouth.
hitting Charlie Omuls, drivingNew
limited to a pinch colorful 10-rounder. I
early spring when the big uns, start gobblingthe is the steadying Va. and Judith Prince
role in the final game Since that time. Clay has Deal Cab 1061 Night.I. .
} little 'uns, is that everything is moving influence on the talent- -Hawkina High School i
after suffering a slight regained his poetic (?)
That want lures that maneuverconvincingly rich Grambling nine. Hawkins Tax. I !
faster. means you j
.. witch Miff
injury in the first con- prowess despite his ring Mr* to vr
to trigger the reflexes of a pike, Scouts are labeling him The champions and winners hour $fc.w $.ediv MetMIS ;
test. "the best catcher in lore still being a natterof at ':JO .Channel 4, f.j-
trout or a bass. of other divisions of the J1
J Garnet is one of the a conjecture. twnnf; KIN KiMfht..
An artificial bait that offers this naturalnessis college baseball; tournament: were recipientsof
I nation's top prospects Meanwhile.. Clay
the Vixen shapely Imitation of a minnow that Grambling won its third beautiful trophies sup- I
annual major league ...Dance Master opponent In
the find a worthy '
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I 'ooooooCHIPS OFF rrTHE: BLOCKS o :- Degrees Conferred At Florida Normal

The only trouble with big musical shows and 131' Men Si, Old Men No." It is really heartening to !

the like is that we don't have sense enough to see how the Negro stars In show biz have really I!

go home and go to bed after the show is over. We pitched in and carried the ball voluntarily in .
all try and find out if there is to be a "ses- the race fight. I

sion." When we find said 'session, we sit up and Gene White of the Lounge was telling us how
dig the sounds til' daybreak. Then it takes us a badly he wants to organize a group of semi-pro-

week to catch up with our sleep. We'll never fessional singers around town. As large as this I

1 earn. town is we do not have a single Negro cultural

Nearly 8,000 music lovers rocked and rolled at group in town other than those connected with the
the Jacksonville Coliseum. The Sam Cooke show schools public and EWC. There is a group called

really made a big splash. Afterwards we had a the Green Pastures Guild which has tried to do some

long chat (til' morning) with Sam's manager and things, I felt badly when I saw all of the various 2x
long time friend, Mr. Crane. We were sorry to' white cultural groups all listed and not one
hear that Sam was suffering from a slight virus Negro organization. Of courte we have oddles of
attack. social-saving clubs. 1

Florie and Cleve Walker has as their guest Mrs. If you sing and want to organize and get ad- I

walker's sister llitzi Hayes of San Francisco. ditional training,watch this column for news. Gene .

They enjoyed the "Jam session" at the Lounge is an A. and M. grad and,is a music major. II

recently. Wilbur Wiggins has taken over as the Things are still ,in an uproar out around Edward

"Beau Brummel" of the police force from Alvin Waters College. The fight boils down to one or i. .. ,. ..
'- -'- -- ', ...,. ..."., :L-.
two -
simple facts. '
It is -
James. Alvin has retired, they say and is com- a clash between the laymen -

muting these days. Wilbur and Charles Parsons and the ministry and last but not least, the ST. AUGUSTINE---Shown here are the members of Jacqueline Quary, Lessie Colson Reed, Joyce I

took an evening out. students are the same as those or any other col- the class of '63 at Florida Normal and Industrial Williams Rhodes, Catherine Robinson, VirginiaEuna

It was happy birthday for Johnny Lake. Ruby lege. They want a hand in shaping their destinies.Last Memorial College, who received their Bachelor of Mable Robinson, Mary Jean Carter Scott,

Bryant entertained him and a good time was had week several of the AME Churches refused the Science Degrees on May 20. In the group are the Hisetta AI ena Seymoure, Simon Carter Sheffield, t

by all. students a chance to speak and tell the public recipients of the B.&;. Degree in Elementary Edu- Peggy Nell Snellings, Allen Collin starke, J,

George Reed is still battling 'Father Time." their side of the story. Many did as the Rev. R. cation as follows:. Florida Belle Banks,'Gwendolyn Eunice Virginia Summers, Lessie Belle Taylor I

George refuses to throw in his towel. He and Nip J. Blaine of St. Paul did. They attempted to Anita Batie, Ruth Mairen Bell, Tennie Lee Birk, John Pompey Thomas, Gladys pricilla Tift, Merle

Sams had a debate on the pros and cons of married ridicule the student spokesmen and made themselveslook Annie Marie Boatright, Mae Belle Briggs, John Arn Tillman, John Frank Townsend, jr. Louise It<

life. Curtis Taylor and I could only listen. Nip small instead. Orchids to Rev. B. J. Williamsfor Wesley Britt, Nadren Campbell Brunner, Ruby Bryant Townsend, Frank Irving Tyler, El ease Wynn 'J

and George are experts when it comes to marriages his treatment of the students. Tis funny that Keith Butts, Patricia Ann Cotton, Lettye Ann Varner Alvah Leona Walker El nor a Wesley, Annie t

They have had almost an even dozen between them.I the students are fighting for the same principlesfor Dowdell, Willie Ezra Flowers, Herbert Kelly Lee White, Robert Leonard Williams. ENGLISH: t

mean wives; not eggs. which those brave men who founded the "AME Flynn, 'Settle Ann Gilbert, Mildred Catherine Jennie Veora Redden, Phineas Sheffield. MUSIC

They have a dance called "The Dog." Well, I Church fought. Ministers sing praises to Richard Greene, Kora Lee James Andrew Lesley Jones, Mary EDUCATION: Ozie Lee Ashe. PHYSICAL EDUCATION: I

had heard about it but I saw it really performedat Allen and freedom in one tune and suppress libertyin Ella King, Alexander Lawrence, 'Delores ShieldsLee Shirley Herring Chapman, David Henry McPherson, '

Render's Rest. Know what, I thought that I had the other. Brother Preachers Youth will not 'Willie Mae Lee, Genell Venita Lewis, Marye Johnny Lee Singleton, Carl Francis Smith. RE-

wandered across the street and walked into the be denied. Alyce McDonald, Emma Jean Neal McDougald, Hard- LIGIOUS EDUCATION: Eddie Burroughs, 'Isadore

wrong motel room. The thing is terrible. It may Jimmy Pruitt and company are getting ready for rick Hozel Monroe, Charles Densley Moore, Areatha Edwards Jr. SOCIAL SCIENCES: 'Jessie Lee Ander-

not make puppies but some little dog dancers may summer play at Continental. Jimmy played host to Janette Mosely, Thelma Juanita Mosely, Arther son, "Gerald Eubanks. 'Denotes Cum Laude,

appear after a period of time. When they speak of Chuck Jackson and party Tuesday night an d bowled Mae Pertee, Versia Mae pollard, "Pearline -Denotes Magna Cum Laude.
books being banned, well "The Dog" should surelybe until the sun came up. Chuch was on his way to (Official Photo by S. C. Ch"ao) :,

banned excepted when such action is necessary. Montgomery for a date. Unless you folk who have '.
W. W. I. GroupsTo Holy Church ,
Joan Co field, former combination bar maid and been crying for a Bowling Place support the Continental STARTING

songstress at the Lounge was in town for P hot better than you have been recently, Meet Saturday Announces Activities Strand

minute last week-end.! Mary Bradley, Betty Smith, they may Just pull up the lanes and take 'em All officers end membersof Sunday s activities of SUNDAY

Laura Young and Margery Saunders played welcome somewhere else. Jaxons always cry for things, ,- both departments are the Holy Church of the m

home and toured the spots with Joan after work- but when they get them, they don't use them. .. urged to attend the regular Living God, 1012! Mel'arry mum: \ W GREGoRY
kill\\ a
with Sab- To
Ave. will begin
ing hours. observe the downtown lunch rounters..some 'yelled, meeting of Gateway JBIZET PECK
bath School at 10: 30 a.m. ,
Several weeks ago I wrote an item about the top picketed and even rioted to use the counters, Barracks and Auxiliary No. JHOVEUNOf I I Mockingbird,
drummers or at least we discussed drummer men.I but now they've got 'em, the segregated counters 3131 Saturday, June 1, 2 Sister F. L. Coleman j I I ::: r .
in a.-IIW.C
heard one Saturday night who is really good. are Jammed. p.m. at 1408 Tyler Street. superintendent charge.
On Thursday May 30th---
Richard Williams, drummer for the J-Notes is one Persons not holding membership : :.
Church Of Christ <'Memorial Day--a fish fry
of the youngest skin men in town but he really Tony Martinez in the units are and barbecued lamb were Having Troubl I

has soul. He reminds me a whole heap of Leroy Written In aspenSunday's cordially invited to the
sold 01 the church grounds
Henderson, who is making a name for himself in the SunsLast meeting and if interested, Call EL 4-1183 -
activities Rejoins
at starting: at 10 a.m. in behalf -
big time. Incidentally Downbeat had mention of may obtain memberships.
the ,
Ch irch of Christ of the church building ,
Freddie Hill last week. Freddie and Julius Brooksare Written in Heaven, 1439 year's InternationalLeague Thsy are requested to f'ind. On June 2 and Refrigerator Service
on the West Coast doing well. bring along their dis- June 9 at 5 the
Kings Road Bishop J. C. Most Valuable Player p.m. 1
Believe it or not we get some darn good jazz in Blakely. pastor, will begin Jacksonville RUNS charges.All Heavenly Star Gospel All Work Done In Your Heine
Jacksonville. One of old classmates sick veterans of the
my Reggie with Martinez fingers will present pro-
Sunday School at shortstop Tony 24 Hour Service 1
Jackson passed through last week. tours Ladies Auxiliary are urgedt
These affairs
10 a.m. with Mother Fmma has been optioned back to grams. are
the country in his business. He was carried away McClendon in charge. The us on a 24-hour recall. o call Commander' J. S. being sponsored by fvange- SOL BERNSTEIN SINCE 1942-

by the Jazz concert. Alfred Corley played two reed pastor will deliver the Martinez, a sharp fielding Irving, EL, 4-3184 or Mrs. list J.M. Croom and Sister
instruments at one time and brought the muse down. sermon. shortstop hit for a 287 Willie M. Hart, president. B.J. Brown for benefit of 3518 ANDREWS'Motley

They have changed managers at the Edgewood Board 1 and Choir 1 will average with Jacksonvillelast Plan Annual Eient the Convocation .rive.

Lounge. Hugh Wilson has been moved from the serve throughout the Day. year. The 4th anniversary observance Hot dogs, popcorn and Enterprises

Tropicanna and has set up shop at the Lounge. YPCW will begin at R p.m. Ace relief pitcher Ted of the Candle lemonade will be sold on

Rumors are flying thick and fast concerning the Fvening worship service, Abernathy was called up Light Saving Club will be June 8 between 7 and 9

sudden death of a local substitute teacher. Other 8 p.m. by the Cleveland Indians celebrated day. June 3 p.m. at the church. On EDGEWOOD

than the fact that a complete autopsy was per- Visitors are always wel- Monday night. In 27 2/3 at p.m. in Israelite June 17, there will be a

formed, little else has been made public. Sudden come to share in the innings pitched in the Baptist Church Fourth trip to the beach. Further & CLEVELAND ROAD

escapes from the set like the young man made always Church of Christ written International League before and r-yergreen.: information will be car-

causes questions. in Heaven services. being called up, Ted Clubs from throughoutthe ried in next week's .tar_ PO 5.9494MONCRIEF I

Willie Tasby, Danny Williams, Sonny Washingtonand had an earned run averageof city having the!June 23rd will highlight
Coliseum Ladies
other members of the Suns make the sets. 0.32. having allowed largest irembership in attendance an appreciation program '

The boys are all playing heads up ball. They want Met In Successful only 1 earned run. Ted will he awarded for Flder n. j nd Sister ROAD

to know why is it that more fans of color will struck out 16 opponents, M prizes faulk. & '45th STREETPO .

not come out and see the Suns play. All of you Session SaturdayMrs. walked 6 and only gave up
race conscious fans can sit anywhere in the grand- I 11 scattered hits. HOUSE FOR SALE 5.928'1Plenty

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hosted the Coliseum Ladies
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Saturday evening
.267 hitting average for One Operator Beauty Shop-Will Sell With Or Without MANGOESAll
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