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 8, 1963
Frequency: weekly
Subjects / Keywords: Newspapers -- Titusville (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Cocoa (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
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Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Brevard -- Titusville
Coordinates: 28.591111 x -80.82 ( Place of Publication )
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.)
Succeeded by: Indian River star (Cocoa, Fla.)

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Against Peace Justice Sarah Bryan .1 I I .

l' * * VOL 13-NO. 10 SATURDAY JUNE 8. 1963 15 CENTS/ f f

(I. Bondsman 7tk JP WHI His Bowls Not Siys NAACP; rr Honoree:1. .' .. TRICKERY SEEN I IN! !!

Jesse J. Lane, the only i *

Negro bonding agent in y s t J

Duval County, has filed s- DUVAL SCHOOL PLAt

suit in Circuit Court to Y b

require Justice of the _
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r Peace Sarah Bryan to PI
Sneak Registration
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accept bonds he presents Negroes Throughout Florida

'on defendants before her. 0 And Boundary Fixing SeAs )

court. i: j
Pushing For Equal Rights
Filed by Atty. ErnestD. Desegregation De' .

Jackson,on Lane's be- From Tallahassee to Miami the march for "
addition to being branded as "entirely too
half, the complaint equal rights was either in progress or in In

charges that Justice of i'R7Rt w the process of being planned. slow" the desegregation plan for Duval schools

the Peace Bryan for no ., In Tallahassee where FAMU students in is causing ouch resentment among Negro parents

who are..discovering many tricky devices in the
apparent legal
reason & CORE inspired demonstrations picketed

. has refused to ,accept .,' downtown theatres two white man and ?7 Negroes registration and pupil assignment. plan.. ..

\ a bail bond presentedby pleaded innocent to charges of unlawful There is general feel- Florida.We .

Lane or to execute assembly and had their trials set ing that the whole desegregation -
NAACPSONOREE) ( -- Georgia State Senator Leroy Johnson,center. have the assurance
any papers of an administrative for later this week.

'; nature in was honored for his "pioneer role" in scuthern politics by The 37 were arrested along with more than not a sincere attemptto that under his leadership -

any case where Lane is the NAACP at i its sixth Annual Freedom Fund Dinner in New 200 Negro youths who were picketing segre- end segregation in College, Edward mil retain Waters its

known. to be Involved. gated movie theatres here. Duval schools in a
York City last week. SenatorJohnsonrs citation is presented present approval by the
reasonable time.
High Bond: Set The white man, John T. Riggins, was to
: The complaintfurther' 'by- Alfred Baker Lewis, national NAACP treasurer, as Mrs. be tried Thursday afternoon. City Judge In the first place, a State Board of Educa-

charges that on numerous Johnson looks on. gone 1,200 persons attended: gala affai John Rudd set trial for the Negroes for directive from SchoolSuperintendent tion, looking forward.
I to full accreditation.C.
Saturday morning.The labBrant'
occasions the peace honoring the Senator and Author Sarah Patton Boyle, of A. Weaver castor
Justice has set a high smaller group was not in the immediate s office, gave

bond on a person bound Charlottesville I V a.I vicinity of the theatre when the school children seeking Day Spring Baptist

, over to Criminal Court ( Bagwe I I Photo ) arrests were made. The others were arrested transfers three daysin Church; F. D. Wilson,

for violation of which to do it. The pastor, Woodl awn Pres-
with the understanding a court order a-
all.AtkUt.sTo gainst picketing, but the information was givento byterian Church; W. C.
that if any bondsman Court RulesDesegregation Pair Offers charges were
I other than Lane con- dropped by Circuit Judge Ben Willis. students last Fridayin Flanagan,pastor, Central

tacks her, she will reduce Compete In I Guilty Plea Another side of the story not told wide- what is regarded as CME Church: J.B.F.

71 ly in the daily press is that Tallahassee not "due notice." Williams, districtsupt.
'I i! the bond by as
: much as 50 to 75 per- Miami I I Mtct Plan Unfair On AssaultTwo policemen tear-gassed the demonstrators It has been found that ., Methodist Church

"I' cent.Another. Jacksonville men before arresting them in a church, accord within the last 30 days and J. S. Johnson,

111, complainant in MIAMIASFloridahas ) : ;.,, "'+WASHINGTON," ', --The" ,U.- S. -pleaded-guilty""In: '.Circuit ing: _to. reports -from students., (See <....',The new school boundaries. pastor, St. Stephen
become the first Supreme Court ruled again Truth ,About Tallahassee Demonstrations' '" have been set 'up" "to AMR: Churefe :.. t.ted. .
Court this week to .
the case, Albert P. ..
southern state to this week ,against on page 7) designate the schoolchildren the conciliatoa .' -' '
Singletary, said the assaulting a Negro
: initiate a valid state plans for .ntain- '
m living in
peace justice in June matron with intent? to Gainesville Youth 5 JOXONS Held
athletic program designed ing segregation in Group given area'may attend
of 1962 issued rape last Sept. 14.
an assault Calls Off DemonstrationsIn
to designate
public schools. Meeting
without special as-
and battery war- The incident took placein For
state champions. today to hand down decisions the signment. This is regarded Stilling
rant against Singletary, Twenty-five state Mt. Herman Park in university city of Gainesville, one

heard testimony and take up new the early evening hours. person was shot and several others slightly as erry-man- Of
rechampions from 35 Lumber
cases, the court struck dering. .and further
injured in demonstrations
in front
leased him without bond schools have been Judge Charles R. Scott of
confirmed down a school transfer that the pupil assign- Five
and then last May 10 had for the Sunshine deferred sentence which local theatres last Sunday night. Seven men were jailed
plan now being employedin whites ment plan is "rigged"involving when
and one Negro city detectives
were arrested.
him arrested and placed Invitational Track Meet could be a maximum of
I two Tennessee coun- Later this week the NAACP Youth Council a rubber wrecked the plans fora
under a $2,000 bond. which will be held on :20; years imprisonment,
ties. called off stamp procedure designed home
demor.stration until 'at least new for Freddie
until 9
New Charge a.m. June 24.
June 8 at Coral Gables.
The plan in effect in Taturday. to give the newly named bir- to keep Duval Gardner, 35, of 1678
Pleading guilty were
having any further tesThe meet which is
( Davidson and KnOX counties racial Committee a chance to solve the schools almost totally Fairfax Street.
Theodore H. Haywood,
timony, the complaint sponsored) the South
Tennessee would problems which are causing thedemonstr a- segregated.The The men were arrestedby
said, a new charge of Miami Junior Chamber ofIt 39, of 2068 BaldwinSt.
Callow students to trans- tions. Interdenominational Det. Capt. F. W. Murray -
assault to murder was Commerce will be the and Charles Brad-
fer from any school Ministerial Allianceheld and Donald
It f filed against Sipgletary first pre post-season ley Jr. 17, of 1644 Demonstrations In Jacksonville Sgts.
where their race is the Its regular meetingon PIckett and D. H. Lawall
I and the peace justice track event bringing top Johnson Street. till in Rumor Stage
minority to a school Tuesday,. May 30, 1963 who Investigated the
t rack athletes' to The two men were under
has refused to give the -
at the First New Zion
where their is in
race theft of twotonfl
jail permission to regether from all over the Indictment for rape but Reports persisted this week that the a
the majority.In Baptist Church on Davis
at-bed truck
f lease a $2.000 cash bond state. their plea of guilty to NAACP Youth or possibly members of the
Street and
handing down the unanimously and a load of lumber
Congress for Racial Equality planningto
posted by ',ane for Included In the field the assault to rape was
unanimous decision of adopted the following from Dawkins Building
Singletary which Lane will be champions from charge was accepted by demonstrate in the near future. Sources
the court Justice Tom said that could anytime between this resolutions: Supply Co. 1450 W.
class AA and A and the state attorney'soffice. mean
said he wants to replace
Clark said that the 1. Whereas token integration -
titlists at the state week-end and the end of this month. Beaver Street last
with a surety bond. plan is not in keeping takes far too
The complaint asks the Negro meet in Fort 3 Others ChargedNo It is widely known that youth groups as Friday night, police
with the 1954 desegregation long to reach all grade
well adults dissatisfied with reported.The .
I court to issue a writ Lauderdale.of date has been set as Negro are
decision.He .
mandamus requiring Before the new system for hearing of a rape the continue closing of the local swimming levels, be it resolved prospective home

the peace justice to was inagurated Negro added that 'The charge involving the pools and it has been hinted that the that the JacksonvilleInterdenominational builder, Freddie Gard-

transfer plans promotes Recreation Board and its Secretary ner, talked to Felix
: accept Lane's bonds and champions no matter same victim, against George

i to release the cash bond what their performances discrimination and are" three other defendants.They Robinson will be the targets for demon- Ministerial Allianceof James Sparks, 23, of

, were were designatedshow therefore invalid. strations. Duval County of the 1749 W. 30th Street, a
in Singlclary's case or are Sinclair Johnson -
"Negro State Cham- .Attorneys for Negro Rutledge Pearson NAACP Youth Council State of Florida go on former employee of the
cause why she 20, of 623 Dewdrop
pions." White particlp students had argued Director has expressed grave misgivingsabout record as disapprovingthe lumber company, about
could not do these Lane; John Cap chart,
that the plans would integration system
ants were called the employment situation in city securing the necessary
things. estate Champions. restrict Negroes toall"Negro 19, of 3321 Ardisia hall and has indicated the group can be approved and submittedby material.
The case was assigned Road, and Richard
Florida is trying to schools while expected to stage protests at City Hallat the Duval CountyBoard Investigating officers
to Judge W. A. Stanl,. Williams, 17, of 1025W.
whites in
allowing predominantly of In-
eradicate this flaw by anytime. also said Sparks related -
No proceedings have been Tburth Street.
letting all athletes Negro neigh- Although Pearson was non-committal there struction. the proposition

set. who have won events in borhoods to transferto '/ was every indication that, barring weather 2. Where as the entire of getting the building

Nfro Stvfat their particular conferences other schools solely conditions, the local theatres would be community is affected by material to F era an doDo

compete against because of their race. visited by the Jax demonstrators. the approved system of well. 36. 1568 Morgan

Wins Awinl T one another in * Ask integration be it re- Street and Johaale Dave
0 the state championship Daytona Negroes solved that the Interdenominational -
Holloway 20, of 1550
Wikt Forest meet and the winners A NE3\ APBl j Speed In IntegrationA Minis- Morgan Street aboutstraightwiring

will be crowned state uis of Little Value Unless terial Alliance shall

GREENSBORO N. C.---A champions. no matter it Can Print the News delegation of ministers and Negro citi- urge, the community to the
ranking senior in / truck to the lumber -
top more
what their race might As it Sees it. zens Wednesday asked the Daytona City Com- use every legal and
engineering physics at since they would
be. HAYWOOD BRADLEY mission to speed requested desegregationmeasures. peaceful means availa-
A. and T College has I be unable to secure a

I' been awarded a $2,520 Nllr. Firawr Voted Top Family Attorneys for Johnson, The action came after several days of ble that to fill bring speed about efforts key. The fee for that

.._u.. to continue Capehart and Williams aired principally at service was placed at
WASHINGTON-(AaS---A Negro demonstrations immediate total' inte-
studies at Wake Forest and many lean years asked the judge to grant but including some $15 each. I
spokesman for the U. S. cotion picture theatres gration. '
which started back in
; College. the three sen a separate Sparks, Dowel, Jack-
Jamison.DepartmentofAgricu1ture restaurants.Mayor Members of the special
1 Grady B. 1922- trial from Haywood and assured the delegation son and Holloway ea-
said that Owen Eubank committee Rev. J.B.F. .
today a Negro are
has He said the seven now
Charlotte N. C.
said tered
Bradley. They situationand the fire's yard
family who parlayed a that the city is aware of the Williams Rev. R. L.
hold important Jobs.
accepted the grant testimony! about Haywood meeting of the Interracial daring the night, and
will seek an early Wilson and
fellowmule and 40 acres of Rev. W. C.
which includes a Two are teachersone isa
and Bradley would The 24-member coar+it- loaded one of the
of $1.800 and an land into a 302-acre librarian at Howard Flanagan.In
ship prejudice the rights of
trucks with $414.78 i
was reactivated -
of each race.
including 12 other business, the
mechanized farm has beennamed tee.
research stipend another
added University, a
Johnson. Capehart and about three years ago. worth of ItHBfeer. Hits !
of $720. He will serve 'Outstanding physical therapist at Williams. Judge Scott ministerial alliance wholesale
seek ,
!' indicated it will new was price
t as research assistant in Fara Family of 1962." Tuskegee, Alabama, then granted- the separate Tbe delegation the connittee which it is game a voluntary unanimous the officers ....d.
Dr. John Lockett, an nerbership on vote of confidenceto
Veterans Hospital, onea
the fake Forest College trials.
i contended has tafrpn no major action in The lumber was delivered -
Bishop Illliaa F.
;; Department of Physics agriculture professor technician with Investigators said the and the track
at State college three years.Spokesmen Ball Sr. for his sane
Virginia General ,Electric, one
and will study towards victim of the attackwas for the include Rev. Knox was placed Milt im the
the caster B degree in in Petersburg works for the Bureau of eating sandwichesin of the Halifax Ministerial leadership and wise yard. .
>solid state physics. Va. said the C. R. Census in Washington,' Brurby. president counsel in administering
a well-lighted picnic Association and Rev. Ken Mochel. Later, the five men
It was the second Vaughans family has and the seventh is a area of the park the the affairs of the, were arrested ad the
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children African Methcdist
honor to come to Jami- .educated seven : police detective In night of Sept. 14 with building material was

son during the week. despite crop failures Jersey City. her employer. (See Tallahassee Photos on Page 7) Episcopal Church ID returned to its owero .

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NEWS SSfcjffeiM y is S [, POLlTlCS AS !

by the Florida Star Publishing Co. vK' Y .

Heaber of Associated Negro Press" jH Jr BY ERIC I. SIMPSON = ,

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BUT WE'RE MAKING I f ,. Senator Hart Introduces Bill ;

E. WISE.News E.'rt rIKIA WONDERFUL PROGRESS/,/I. a LD To End Discrimination By W

; NTEN-CkctlaUH IHlllr ;. :i-. Firms In Interstate CommerceSenator
: -
Philip A. Hart that the Attorney General

I) MAIM IFFICE & PLANT (D-Mich) last Monday introduced already has the power to

a bill to pro- intervene in the cases of

2323 ttMcrfef. ItH..P IH ElM 4-6782- hibit discrimination by discrimination involving
I business firms engaged in public accomodations or

tl.. -EL 44713 interstate couerce. services.
The bill would affect all 'Terhaps this Is so. But

MAILING l AIIRESS: 'r :.M. companies with operationsthat in any case we should
.... .
;: P.fl, in 511, Jackstiiiiii 1, FiiriiiSilSCUHK extend across state \
qt1- lines and mId include
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". RATES .. '":i- ? motel hotel supermarketand
department store
a One Year $6.00 Half Year $4.00 chain I

Mailed to YOU Anywhere in the United States i
The bill would authorizethe
Subscription Payable in Advance .
'J I Attorney General to SMr
Send Check or Money Order to
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J' bring civil action against

1 Jacksonville I, Florida Ac t-, : ..- a.i.. any interstate business
,In iDtM that denied service ac- I II
: comodations or jobs to'
Risk Tells How RiciilPrM -
any persons because of his I
/ r -+' h ,f
IIIIs Hirt U. S. Aboard .- origin.race creed or national "

///' ..,. Senator Hubert Humphrey

J The damage that America's racial conflicts e, : '* (D-Minn), assistant ma-
: .c. 1
t are contributing to this country jority leader quickly

international image and prestige was joined Hart as cosponsorof make a determination

vigorously spelled out by Secretary of swiftly And I believe

'I State Dean Rusk, last week who asked BUT CIVIL RIGHTS ARE WANTED HOW MR. PRESIDENT Hart the one bill.of the Senate's this bill will stimulate I Il

a; "that we not underestimate..the difficulties most vigorous civil rights discussion so we can find

which this problem is causing for leaders said: out just where we stand. II

us in other parts of the world." .'In the case of voting Let's get moving
I' The Secretary, in one of the few timeshe rights. Congress has already Hart introduced the bill I
Your shortly after discussion
has spoken out forthrightly on the Weekly given the Attorney General
with Attorney
General the to
subject, said discrimination is not only
Kennedy and Key Senate
intervene in cases
hurting us abroad but in the conduct of
} r K citizens' rights are being leaders at a meeting in ,
our own foreign relations here in the na I
Guide violated. the office of Senator Mike
tion' capital. Horoscope
'This is a move to extend Mansfield (D-Mont) the
Describing the racial conflagrations here
that authority into Senate majority leader. It
as "the gravest issues that we have had
the field of commerce. wus described as an 'exploratory'meeting
1 since 1865," Rusk said that it is deeply ly PABLO The II
There are many who argue
I affecting the conduct of our foreign re- civil rights questions.

lations. .
Speaking before some 400 representativesof ARE YOUR LUCKY DAYS FOR t

non-governmental agencies attending a Ratio Wide Work eSuggested \

two-day conference in Washington, the BUSINESS LOVE TRAVEL
Secretary said that the Free World could In Rights Fight
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continue to support the great causes of I

freedom, but that he felt that the U.S.
was "running this race with one of our ARIrE: to what you can expect in orders would not take'things going on for which NEW YORK-ANP--A leader in the Birmingham

legs in a cast." Born March 21st thru the days to come. long to appear if you dis- you should prepare. The fight said last week the country

April 19th 9-50-22-13-45-952 regard them. necessity of securing the
He suggested to his listeners that it was should "change the rules and make them

not because of the damage to our foreign 5-80-56-14-76-586 best heads available maybe
After the rather exciting '
clearly demonstrated. acceptable" to Negroes. He suggested a I
policy that racial discrimination
flurry or scare of the Born June 22nd thru
wrong, but because it affected the character preceding quarter you July 22nd LLBRA 8-50-11-14-89-851 nation-wide work-stoppage by Negroes

of our own society. should enjoy a short spellof Born Sept. 23rd thru might achieve that. \
There was, he said, "the necessity to comparative quiet. You While you are enjoying CAPRICORN
Oct. 2rd
Bevel field organizer for Alabama I
,_ respect the dignity of our fellow citi- can attend to your routine happy relations with your Born Pec. 22nd thru. ,
zens." mate and other indispensable 'and Mississippi for the Southern )
s -- -
business affairs, relyingmore Happily this promises to Jan. 19th
I During the conference the delegateswere on diplomacy than on allies you should find be the quarter when there Christian Leadership conference, told a
told that half of the diplomatic It mutually profitable to
other forceful methods in Unless your hand has 1
will be a respite. Sinceit union
the York employes :
of New City
"finds the getting of hair cut discuss the future start
corps a order to implement your will not hold over into been forced in one way or
in our national capital to be a problem." gains and enhance your drawing up a blueprintwhich the following one. it another, you should not 'It's time to say to our government (I II

Rusk said "the readjustment of our relationships prestige. You may have a you can use to mold should be constructively alter the policies that our states, and our cities: Change the t

between the races is upon us chance to be helpful when it along the desired
utilized. Instead of ruing alter the policies that
rules and make them acceptable.
lines. You should draw
internationally as well as at home. your friends are somewhat fate
your or tearing your- Insure Job security and
"There are those who look up to this depressed. You may not freely on the experiencesof self apart emotionally uninterrupted income. You an There may be an answer when all the i

country to carry the torch of freedom, of however find it possibleor the past to provide the
you should seek the wise may be tempted to strick Negroes of the country are asked to stop t
human rights, and who want nothing better comfortable to commit guide lines that will "
and words of
comforting an out for your planned objective work for a few days until the rules are J
hand and
than to have a strong leadership from the yourself or your resources keep your sure older person to plan y mr
ahead of
people of the United States in this direction too deeply to get peopleout your methods unfailing. A way through the hazards your straight." I
goals because of
because they would like to reject of their difficulties. very important step would I
that are facing you. Home associate of the Rev. Martin
tience to get on with it. Bevel an
what is being offered from the other side. be the adoption of an
is your fortress and your ,
3-70-55-18-94-375 This would be a mistake.It .
economic program that Luther King in the Birmingham integra-
"But our voice is muted continued
job is your bread an
is seldom the privilegeof
Rusk, 'our friends embarrassed, our ene- TAURUS will furnish all the essentials buttermaking it desirable tion movement, said the nation-wide work-
Capricorns to take
and the
mies are gleeful because we have not really measureof to take no action that
idea and he had
Born April 20th thru security that would bea chances or to find short stoppage proposal was
'J put our hands fully and effectively to the may imperil your status in
May 20th vital factor in achiev- cuts. not discussed it with King or other con-
problem at every level of our national these connections. 1
ing the main objectives.
j life, beginning sith the local community If you are one of the 740331257743LEO 4-20-77-14-91-427 730441563734AQUARIUS ference leaders. I

Taureans who places great

Ell it orlll Opinions store in prestige, power SCORPIOBorn Born Jan. 20th thru Our Past This W..k I

and material rewards; you Oct. 24th thru J
1 Compiled should not allow yourselfto Born July 23rd thru Nov. 22nd Feb. 18th June 1, 1833---John Greenleaf Whittler, (1807-
: Associated Negro Press and of the Pennsylvania
22nd 1802) American poet publisher
1 be lured away from any Aug.
Here are excerpts from editorials appearingin of these objectives by extraneous There always are peoplewho You seem to have had more Freeman--an anti-slavery newspaper

some of the nation's leading daily newspapers influences as This quarter should be are only too ready to than a hint as to the dif- published his first anti-slavery; book. The office

on subjects of current interest to our glamorous as they may be. fairly peaceful in cost tell others what to do. ficulties that still lie of his paper was burned by a mob 183$.

I readers: respects giving you ample how to live and where to in wait during the coming June 1, 1859---Henry Ossawa Tanner famous
Benefit from the willingness -
time to attend to work details -
A FOOL ON / FOOL'S FRRAHP of people around you partnership con- live and where to spend quarter. But if you can American Negro painter who achieved his greatest

to furnish you with vital their money. Should you look even further ahead, honors in Europe, was born in Pittsburgh, Pa.

THE ARKANSAS GAZETTE Little Rock Information= and promising ferences and Joint econo- encounter the like while you will also see the June 1, 1865---Freemen's Bureau attached his-
"It is disheartening to consider that mic problems. The latter making your daily rounds, bright rainbow that pro- welfare
leads which can turn program.
you to be created
Mississippi refused to learn Little Rock's are apt you should have no hesitancy mises much to those who 1950---United States Supreme Court out-
to profitable account before June 2.
lesson and that Alabama has refused to the quarter runs out. mostly by your flair for in making your posi- are true and steadfast.You lawed racial segregation in railroad dining ,
fine things generosity
I learn Oxford's lesson. or tion very clear. Neglectto can make good use of
If you overtax your creditor toward manwho seem un- cars in inter-state travel. /
take such stand could the time and respite that '
THE CONSTITUTION, Atlanta succumb to the appealsof deserving. Do not fall for a June 3, 1862---U. S. recognizes Haiti and :
"The sequence of these events next cause you to make a is yours this week to
door speculation or radical flattery when it is Liberia.
in Mississippi is well-known commitment that would be gather all the elements noted tamer and
a Wallace
companions, it would harm followed by requests for June 3. 1887---Roland Hues
as to anyone else. The citizens of Alabama rather than benefit your financial aid or your binding or which could that will stand yon in concert singer who has achieved fame all aver

might well ask therefore why their cause you a pretty penny good stead in the face of retirement, *
reputation. participation as a co- the world, now living in was bona in
is carrying them down the to cancel. Friends have of crises of any descrip- Met
governor same 5-30-88-15-82-538 signer. A past friendshipthat CurryTille; Ga., of a Cherokee Indian father
disastrous their place but you t ion.
and futile path that Barnett is reactivated should an American Negro mother.
and Mississippi I tragically followed. should not give them an 6-10-88-18-43-6W lawyer,
: GEMINI prove to be unbreakableand June 4, 1849---John Mercer Laagstoa, ;
;: THE POST, Washington long-lasting. opening to entangle you in congressman from Virginia, abolitioaist, minister j

"It is tragic that the Governor of any Born May 21st thru 2-90-44-17-32-294 financial or matchmaking PISCESBorn to Haiti and acting president of Howard diversity -
June 21st
American state has to be confronted by Feb. 19th thru 1873-75, was graduated from Oberlin
; possible contempt action because of willful VIRGO 1-60-99-19-32-169 March 20thIf University. --_ 1
defiance of the law. Butwhen such ac- There should not be too -- June 5, 1758--Frances-.lia.s, oae of the

tion becomes necessary to protect the much to disturb your Born Aug. 23rd thru SAGITTARIUSBorn you are sufficiently first Negro college graduates, startle academic -

rights of citizens and uphold the authority serenity of mind during Sept. 22nd Nov. 23rd thru disturbed by the unusual world in the United States by pvblisfciag
this quarter other than behavior of the people yon
of the United States, there is no alternative relax Dec. 21st a poem in Latin.
Fortunately you can encounter in
another of the your
many arguments
to making the penalties com- somewhat during this sec- rounds it to June 6, 1831---First annual natloaal eoaveattoaof
may spur you
or unexpected
parable to the offense. have had only a People of Color" opeaed IB Phila-
developments that keep ond quarter which offers You may find out Just what they "The

THE SUN TIMES Chicago I your home and everyone who you a welcome breather. sample of other rather are after. This In turn delphia.

Don't waste it by drifting disturbing occurrencesthat June 7, 1799---Alexander Pushkin. graadaoa ofa
"Strangely enough, the Universiity of is in it in a state could be the surest way

Alabama is ready and willing to accept nervous tension. You can along unconcernedly. You are still to come to find out whether you noted African warrior who became R sslaf f

integration. Last fall before Gov. Wallace ease the charged atmos- cannot expect it to lap during the following are only a dreamer or foremost poet and writer, was bora la ..,..w.

was elected to office, the Universityof phere somewhat by keeping over to the next one quarter. If you have any whether they are passingyou June 7. 1899---Carter G. Woodsoa bcla lifelong -

Alabama executives, i in concert with the your views strictly con- which promises to furnish idea as to what yon Bay by while you are teaching career. i

alumni council the trustees and the faculty fidential and not venturing all the excitement you can expect you should utilizethe standing still. Whether June 8, 1950--Bishop A. P. Shaw MtaMlsaW

made arrangements to accept Negroes.The to place y cur take. It would be far- present lull to formulate one likes it or not. the precendent by being the first Negro prelate to i

University of Alabama wants no part of business Interests too seeing to determine what your plans or to obtain evolution of mankind is preside over California-Arizona conference of I

the shame that has attached itself to the much in the foreground to expect the direction the benefit of counsel speeding up its tempo. the Methodist Church. i

University of Mississippi. It wants norepetl"tlon the instinct that may from which it may come if the issues are I'Those who want to get ""' "' "

of the disorders that occurredin still remain in the deeper and to plan accordingly. serious enough. You may ahead will have to keep in TJJJrTn 'ft'12 Negro slaves revolted w
from associatesand receive a hint to put it in New York City. Six committed suicide
1956 when Autherlne Lucy attended Alabama recesses of your mind Trouble step with the Uns.28.CH581225286.
those who issue the mildly that there are .21 were executed. .. f
could hint as .
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S SATURBAY JUNE 8, 1963 .' FLORIDA STAR .- .- -,- PlSE--3:

''I Alpha. a**' Britortain. With Cocktail Party At Etig@wood Lounge I

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Phi; Alpha Fraternity>, Inc.., ... v newly affair of this nature had been staged-. in fair. and Rev. Franklin D. Wilson chaplain,

inducted brothers with a.'cockl il.'dance at Jacksonville social circles.Former Sphinx- Officers of Upsilon Lambda Chapter are Capers Bradham, Dir. Social Activities; T.

the :g wahk Edgewood L'oUniefFoflowfriVthe 'men Arnett Giradeau, Clarence Von Bostick, H. James Greene, president; Richard McV.. Thomas, Dir. Ed. Activities.

(Jance the grcup had breakfast'at .the. ;;''rri'eWalter Simpson and Derrick, both of St. Bride, vice-president; Raiford Brown, Jr. Below are photo-scenes of scene of ,the

son Airport Restaurant. Augustine, were introduced to local Greek- secretary; A.S. George Richardson, finanguests who enjoyed the swanky affair. .

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:Hattie Stewart, John Young and Paris Davis. In the party

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Downing. In the foreground left Mrs. Vivian
Ingraham the tale I ,Wendell Holmes I is teilin I .
greetings I to AI P hamen and their guests. Seated are Mrs. and Mrs. Amy Curry.

Greene and Mr. and Mrs. Arburn Lovette. 7. Eugen White at the organ, Richard \Williams i on Dnws
11. Mr. and Mrs. Adrian K. Knight i and Mr. and Mrs. Otha
?. James K. Satterwhiste, Eric 0. Simpson, Mrs. Hunter \iboden. and."Chico make with i the music as toastMaster Capers I
Bradham observes.
Satterwhite, Dr. and Mrs. E.A. Cosby of Gainesville; Mrs .

Eric 0. Simpson and Dr. Hunter H. Satterwhite are among 5. Omegaman K.D. Britt lights up and sits with Dr. and 8. Hugh Wilson manager of Edgewood Lounge and Mrs I

frolicking guests and fraters. Mrs. Warren W. Schell. Hattye DeVeaux were host and hostess. i

I April 31 1822 E. E. Hale, anti-slaver, Showers Calls Receives HonorsRECEIVES Morehouse Professor Academy OpensRegistration Supper Given un .1 I.1On

author, was born.now .

Junior Elks a Off To Africa To BirthdayMrs.

i its All members of the Junior CrossroadsATLANTA registration at Cooper's Olivia Prantley and
Pepsi Mrs. Nancy bitteR were
Elks are called to meetRmday Academy. 2032 Benedist
feted with a surprise
at the Elks Build- Road is now in progressand
(ANP) Dr.
birthday rsWay
for those who in r, 712 W. Duval Streetat Edward A. Jones, professorof will continue through supper .
May; 30, by Mrs. e a Martin -
4:30 and chairman of Friday June 14.
p.m. French
think and Bruce 6. Bra tly.
young Bill Jack Fhowers, direc- a the Department of Modern Kindergarten classes will
mother and BOB of Mrs.
tor of the Junior Herd is Foreign Languages at More- begin June 10 and for rantley. I
asking all members, former house college will serveas grades fro ) one through
The supper wan gives in t t
members and new members to regional director for nine classes will begin their hose 1843: Broadway !

bring a po K Operation' Crossroads. June 17.President. Avenue. Among the gent

r bring a prospective mem- Africa in the French- Cooper is present were: Mr. and Mrs. I

ber to the meeting.The speaking countries of West making a special appeal to Troy Lee BeI1l_. >*n. Mattie I
program of the Junior .Africa during the summer the patrons to get the ColliBS.MiM Carlretha

Herd has been lagging and of 1963. children registered en bitten Pev. C.". Whitteo

., the director is askingthe His area will include t in c. "",, visa FT1B8 1,ee Cole.X'GENE .

young men to think of Guinea Ivory Coast Niger
Ideas and ways to get the and Senegal. He will also
Juniors to moving forward.The go to Upper Volta and Togo
time is drawing near HONORS IN CLEARWATER---Mrs. Edna B. (where Dr. Jones was a \

for the National Conven- Calhoun, left, was the winner of the second prizein group leader for Crosp- s*
General Electric
tion to meet in Boston the Orange Blossom Beauticians Association's roads in the summer of Rcprestititfrt

but before the representatives state wide Hair Style Show for 1963. The HairStyle 1960) to make plans for I

I of Maceo Lodge No. 8 Show was one of the features of the 1963 Crossroads work-study FOR THE HOME t

leave Boston, Director meeting recently held in Olearwater. On the teams there In 1964. His Ranges Freezers i
\ Showers would like for the right is Mrs. filner Dorrell, who was selectedas work of supervision and
., Herd to be ready to make a delegate to represent the Orange Blossom planning will also take Air Conditioners Water Heats:
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a showing. Association at the 44th annual convention and him to the English-speak-
\ trade show of the National institute of Cosmetology ing countries of Ghana and I Washing Machines DryersBATTERIES '-

I't which will convene July 28 through Aug. 8 In Gambia a British enclave \
St. Paul Choir
I the Sherman Hotel Chicago Ill. that Juts into Senegal.
A- / Dr. Jones will leave for

;!_ r Slates TripChoir Midway ChoirChoir Africa, via Paris, on Cars Trucks -
2 of Midway AYE Beatrice Hammond Mrs. June 11 and will go firstto

1 of St. Paul AME Church will render a pro- Bennie M. white. Choir of the Republic of Niger Tractors Boats,
Church will sponsor an gram Funday at 7:30: p.mMt.. Morlah AME Church and where he will be the guest

People are in the mood for fun these. w outing to Magnolia Lake, with various groups and choir 2 of Midway. of 0 B. Ambassador Mercer Also Tires And Tales

days-and part of the fun is PepslJ'' Thursday: June 13.. Membersof Individuals appearing. Mrs. Berdie Bnckman. Cook, who is assisting Insetting
the choir are inviting Appearing on the program Choir 1 of Trinity Baptist up the Crossroads Days FL 3-2603 Kite- EL 5-12S4 i
s And nothing drenches yobfthtist' PSI-COU. their friends to take the will be Mrs. Hattie M Church WalterJackson Project. Dr. Jones' headQuarters !3

like a cold Inviting Pepsi.So trip with them. Anderson Mrs. Ida Arm- Willie Newton. Usher Board will be in GOODYEAR SERVICE STORES

bus will leave the strong. Hiss Fharon Hagen 1 Of Simpson Methodist Abidjan capital of the Republic :jA j
think_ young-say"Pepsi, please! I 4472 BEMQEICKS AYE. liekstwMte. Fte. jI
..---..-...-......SS-- ..r..N..M.M. ..".KI CK.M.NN church at 9 a._. Mrs. Marion Marshall. Mrs. will also serve of the Ivory Coast.I I

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About Gospel Allivlnary PII.' St. John' Baptist Ckvrcli I


< Y Hosts Convention Jm 1923The

, Watty S. Frazier of Washington, D. C. and a ;;V District Sunday School and BYPU Con-

Jacksonville son is spending some time in the f vention, auxiliary the East Florida and

city visiting his mother Mrs. A. II. Frazier of Bethany Baptist Association, will convenein I

3223 Gilmore Street and other relatives. He arrived its 60th annual session with the St.

in time to attend the graduation of his ; PV John Baptist Church, this city June 19th

daughterVeronica. She is a member of the Senior t through 23. Rev. A. J. Hughs is the host I

3! Class of New Stanton High School. minister.
F t' Outstanding religious instructions and a seJ1l'OO.

......................... civic and educational The Sunday F.chool.1IIfU'l'hir
: figures will participate will be held Thursday at

on the program. Choirs of 3 p.m. with w..G. Patterson -

,..., Mrs. Lucy Ellis, of 1350 W. 19th Street is the various churches in in charge, and the

recuperating at home after undergoing minor the Northeast area will B.Y.P.U. worship will be

IJ surgery. She is a member of the Ephesus Seventh appear daUy.Carefully conducted by Alexander

r Day Adventist Church. ,selected persons Heard Friday afternoon.The .
" have been programedto host church
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discuss the theme
"'-,''y' '. '" #" the leadership of Rev.
I' "Saved to Serve; Serving Hughes is completing pleas

A Pretty Hat Tea will be presented June 9, at '.> \fij'ft.'f; .'; / to ave. to entertain the delegation -

I the 2-G Youth Center, 29th and Chase Streets. .. \, The convention ip designed and will present a
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. Appearing on the program will be the Freeman '. j ;y, r to promote teachingand welcome! program "ednesdny

sisters and Mrs. Maggie Aaron. training for Christian night June lQtb at R p m.
I .':t1 <:: : service, and to contri- The will close
......................... :",.<' :.- bute mission and educa- with meeting
:, ; x 't-' to a Mass Mission Hour.
.. \ / tion. Sunday, June 23.

i Mrs. Adlee V. Davis of 1633 W. 10th Street left I \L .... ;... :: ,. ; ':f'II" The morning session will
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the city last Tuesday to attend the graduation < '' ':\ ':l: .",: 4- -t. be devoted t c the theme Baby Contest Set

. exercise of her son, Louis L. Davis at Howard -'", < 1. .q ,:.t},' .,.,.y.< .- Z

University Medical School, Washington, D. C. ,. J : ,'. y- '.,""".,.,,---.' ., ,, i't.W" ;. :.-' ..:... \':\.,..:,:<.<. '#.,, Mrs. Ellen WilliamsIs By Phila. Baptist
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........................ SPECIAL GUEST on the Gospel Echoes' held in the city by this group. A great Speaker For The baby contest announced -

fifteenth anniversary on June 16th at the time is expected to be shared by those the missionary

The Gardenia Garden Circle will present a Elks Auditorium,712 W. Duval Street, will who will attend the program. The Gospel Annual Tea EventMrs. Raptist society Church of Philadelphia and Choir

Garden and Plant Tea June 9 at 4: 30 p.m. in the be Professor James Cleveland, the coun- Echoes is one of Jacksonville's favorite Fllen Williams 1 of Ht. Vernon Baptist

home of Mrs. Ida Davis,*l325 Pippin Street. A try's greatest minister of music. Along singing groups. They have been heard overa will be the speaker for Church will terminate June

program will be presented. with him will be the Cleveland Singers pf local radio station each Sunday morningfor the Cherry Blossom Social 17 at Mt.! Vernon.

\ Los Angeles, California, one of the finest fifteen consecutive years and have and irving Club s annual The Philadelphia contest- I

.........*..............* gospel singing groups on radio and TV. traveled extensively. Local groups appearing tea June 9 from 4 to 6 ants are: Penee Davis,

They are currently appearing on WJXT on p-logram will be the Celestial p.m. at the YWCA 8th and daughter of "Mr. and Mrs. I

Mr. and Mrs. Andrew Jackson announce the engagement TV, Channel 4, 9 a.m. Sundays on"GospelTV Singers and Biven Specials.An invitationis Calhoun Streets. Columbus Davis and Levitis

and approaching marriage of their Time." This will be something new and extended to all music lovers and singing Appearing on the program Graham Jr. son of Mr. and I

neice, Miss Clydee Mae Jerry to Roland Butler. different for all music lovers, and will fans to attend this great program. will be Mrs. Albertha Mrs. Levitis Graham Sr.

The wedding will be an event of Saturday, June be one of the greatest celebrations ever _Pinehart. Mrs. Beatrice Mt. Vernon contestantsare

8, at 5 p.m. at the parsonage of Second Bap- Parson Mrs. Pauline Bron : Deborah Ann Mack,

tist Church, 1724 Jefferson Street. A reception First Corinth St. PaulMen's CHURCH Mrs. Carol Gullott Mrs. daughter of Mr. and Mrs.
will be held following the ceremonies in the Fstelle Lee Mrs. Lee Marshall Willie L. "Mad and Fmory

home of Mr.and Mrs. Milton Hannon, 4646 Moncrief Will Observe "- Mrs. Rosa Fvans and C. Lewis son of Mr. and

Road, Apt. 3. No Invitations are being sent but Men Day A window rally will be held in Waymon Chapel Pev. G. Murray. Mrs. Fmory C. Lewis.A .

friends of the couple are Invited. Day SundayThe AME Church June 9 in interest of the Women'sDay The Traveling Stars. Mrs. program will be presented -
Event Set Lottie Tookes Mrs. MattieM.
men of First Corinth observance.Rev. fir the occasion.

......................... Baptist Church will observe Baldwin Church D. W. Smith, pastor, has announced that Fverett and Mrs. Posa
Fvans will also
their annual Men's Slates Observance each member would be taxed a certain amount for appear. Silver Tea
Hostesses will be Mrs.
Wayne Calhoun, a student of Clark College, Atlanta Day June 9, beginning with The men of St. Paul Baptist each window in their home.

Georgia, has just canpleted a successful the Sunday School. Church Baldwin will Betty Wilson. Miss Myrtle Planned Sunday
Marshall', Vies Cecelia
school year and is spending a portion of his The morning message will observe Men's Day Sunday, 00000June Johnson, Miss Patricia

summer vacation with his parents Deacon and Mrs. be delivered by Rev. A, beginning with the Sunday r fe
Anderson, pastor of Bethlehem Briant and Mrs. Helen Mc- If
Cornelius Calhoun of 2173 W. 20th Street. School. 17 has been designated for appreciation f

Baptist Church. Sunday School will con- night for Rev. H. H. Wright, pastor of First Roy. Ii i

......................... A musical program will be vene at 9:30 a.m. with Baptist Church, Atlantic Beach, with Rev. Wilbur chairman Mrs. Lucile of program Jones com-is
presented at 3 p.m. fea- I
Deacon S. Butler Serving Burges of Mt. Canaan Baptist, Rev. E. E. Taylor, mittee. !
Mrs. Oliva Brantley and Mrs. Nancy Whittenwere turing the male chorusesof
as guest superintendent. of Mt. Zion Baptist and Rev. S. L. Badger of 1
the recipients of a surprise Birthday Supper Mt. Ararat Mt. Sinai Teachers Mt. Ararat
will be !
Rev. J. Emanuel Baptist Churches in charge of the ser- Group
on May 30th. The party was given by Mrs. Brant- and the Singing Trumpets A.
Bell Onnie
Crumwell, vices.
ley s mother, Mrs. Rosa Martin, and her son, Voices of Jerusalem ard Rev. L.W. Thomas B. Boyd Slates Event' I

Bruce G. Brantley in their Broadway Avenue home. the Hale Chorus of First and S. Scott. The lesson -'00.000Mrs.'Estelle The Female Chorus of Mt.
Among the guest present were: Mr. and Mrs. Troy Corinth. i
will be interviewed
by L. Ararat Church
Baptist will .1
\ __ Lee Barnes, Mrs. Mattie Collins: Miss Carlretha B. Bennett. '!t'. y -. present an "Appreciation .1i i.1t
V Williams McKissick will be the .1t
"Whitten, the Rev. ,C. w. Whitten and Miss Erma Steward Board Morning worship starts at Night" in honor of Mrs. t
speaker for A Spiritual Tea June 9, at the par- t t
Lee Coles.: 11 o'clock with Deacon Annie B. Fingletary. Mon- !
sonage, 1311 W. 27th Street, from 4 to 6 p.m.
Sets AnniversaryThe Levi Duncan and Mark Gil- day.June 10 in the audi- MRS. CHARLOTTE GRIFFIN ';
The tea is being sponsored by Mrs. F. E. Hol-
DEATHS bert conducting devotion. torium of the church. ..HostessA
Senior Steward Boardof zendorf and Mrs. Willie Mack in the interest of
Selection male chorus of Several choirs of the Silver
Iraus Dudley Thompson 1019 St. Stephen AMF Church Women's Day at St. Matthew Baptist Church. Tea will he
St. Paul Church.
Flbert Baptist city will and
McF field, 3320 ton appear many sponsored Sunday at the .
Kings Road. will 'celebrate their The master of ceremonieswill
crief Road other artists of the city home of Mrs. Charlotte
Ronnie Lee Benjamin; 1259 anniversary Sunday after- be introduced by Dea- -0-0-0-0-0- will The public tasked
Mrs. Viola Reed Lockhart; appear. Griffin of 5529 Berwrann
W Adams rreet neon, beginning promptlyat Crumwell. H.S.
con Lynox
528 F. Union Street. to support this pro- Road from 4 to 6
Mrs. Fannie Thomas: 1001Mrs. 2:30 in the auditoriumof Generett will serve as District 35 of Mt. Ararat Baptist Church will p.m. 1
Gertrude McQueen; gram. The tea Is
Markland! ni. Pt. Augustine 5876 Lone star Road. the church. A program master of ceremonies. Dea- sponsor a Musical Tea June 16, at the 2-G Com- being sponsored !s

Florida. Mrs. Mary Fhaw arson; has been planned for the con Joe King will give munity Center, featuring the Gospel Chorus of Eastern Stars. ; s Day for at the benefit ofMen' I
irkland Wright ; 627 1079 Jefferson Street. occasion which will fea- the welcome message and it West Union, Mrs. Mattie Blount, Randy Matthewsand Plan OutingQueen t.ist Church. A pro* I
810sdgett Lane. ture Elder H.M. Barker as will be responded to by Mr. and Mrs. James Burdin.000.00. rare I
Marion Donald
: 1211 Fsther Chapter 20 will be presented
Willie watson: 218 Fpruce the principle speaker and Deacon Dan Hope. Rev. A. with
Jefferson Street. and Howard
Chapter 171. w.C. Heads
Street. James Genwright as Lockett and Rev. Willie serving as
Order of Pastern Star, master ofceremonies
soloist. Rev. J.S. John- Span will also appear en The
IMPERIAL SUNBRIES son,pastor, and Johnson the program. Rev. H.L. will sponsor the annual starlight Singers will
Usher Board 1 of Shiloh Baptist Church will outing to Little Talbot render selections.Mrs. .
Patent Medicines O'Neal vice chairman extends Baker, pastor, will intro-
CosmeticsAll sponsor a Pretty Hat Tea June 9, from 4 to Island June 15. The bus Catherine
invitation to the duce the Rev. Dallas
Leading Hair Preparations 6 p.m. in the cafeteria. The public is Invited. will leave from the Ma- will speak for
Cor. BROAD AND ASHLEY EL 4-2159 public to attend. Henry Buggs of Jessup," sonic Hall 913 Jefferson and she the occasion -
Georgia. Deacons A. Daniel
-0-0-0-0-0- Street. Invitations have
-" introduced
and A. Prince will take up by Miss 0.
been extended to the public i eP.f. Other wellknown
the offering.The .
Rev. E. L. Murray, an associate minister of Mt. t a go along with the j personalities will appear.
afternoon service
; SALE GOOD Ararat Baptist Church will deliver the 21st two groups. Closing remarks will_ be
scheduked at 3 o'clock
anniversary sermon for Choir 5 of Zion Hope Baptist Mrs. Malissa Biggins and 'I,made by n ftCon riarlKce
with the male chorus of
ALL WEEK Church June 11. A program will be pre- Mrs. Alice E Williams are (Griffin
Mt. Bethel Baptist will
sented. Rev. E. R. Simpson will give the closing sron ors of the outing.
JUNE 5-JUNE 9 furnish the music. The
1 remarks.

830 Cosset Ave. Jones who will be intro- ,
-0-0-0-0-0- 515 DAVIS STREET
1324 W. Beaver St.u.s. duced by Rev. H.L. Baker.

, 90 hUar Stock. Appearing on the program Order Now at Rtfccri Prices

will be William Bryant Jr.. Baptist Ministerial Alliance PHOTO CARTS

and L.W. Thomas, Virgil -
HEAVY WESTERN BEEF SALE Bryant Deacon Samuel Sets YMCA Fund Raising DateThe I i' iBdmdaals Faulty firttfs Cbfc

(Gov. Graded Beef) Barney Rev. C. Jones,Pev. j BLACK & WHITE CSLIR
L.W. Thomas, J.C. Barney Baptist Ministerial Alliance has set June I
SAVE UP TO 15e A POUND and A. Jackson. 9, as a special Sunday to assist the YMCA in its SEPIATINE

Fvening worship will be- effort to raise 300000. I. H. Burney, II,

gin at 7:30 with Deacon chairman of the Board of Management, praised the QuaHty Photographs'

BEEF HINDS N45c Steve Baker and William ministers for their splendid cooperation. CHURCHES-WEiBJNKS-SICIALS

I. Brown conducting devotion. Various Baptist Churches raised by the YMCA and a

FINANCE IT THE PREM1ERWAY NOTHING DOWN! Appearing on the program throughout the area will local Padio Station. Dial El 4-1144

will be L. Lynon D.C. Join in this effort. Individuals and clubs are

pgFRYERSND25 Mitchell. Services will be Reverend P. Leander Jones urged to send all gifts tp
PICNICS conducted by Mt. Carmel Pastor of Central Baptist the YMCA building fund. You Don' t Have to Go to Tom to Set

D29C Baptist Church of Gross. Church and president of The funds will be used to

Rev. A. Frazier, pastor. the Baptist Brotherhoodhas construct an all purpose' LOWPRICESOn

called on all the court for youth and adult.It -
Worship Services ministers who wish to aid will include an area to

WESTERN STEAK SALE! in this effort. be used for tennis You

Sunday services, at Previous gifts already basketball and handball.The .

Jerusalem Bartist Church received earlier in the soft ball area will DRUG
T-BONE will begin with the Sunday STORE NEEDS
year Includes $100.00 from also be completed in tine
C School at 9:30 a.m. with Second Trade: With Your Neighborhood Drag Store
Baptist Church. for the YMCA day camp pro-
SIRLOIN LB. 69 FT.P. Fingletary. superintendent Reverend J.C. Sans, pas- gram. WE WILL MEET ANY' PRICES ADV. IN YOUR LOCA PJr_.

in charge. tor and $15.00 from Mount I We Dellver-We Also Pill All ncto...'PreMl'tptlilli .

Morning worship will begin Vernon Baptist Church Mf.. Pisgah Presents
ROUND at 11 o'clock and
Reverend G.T. McCall. I Dixie
evening worship begins at pastor.The Musicale June 16lh

Ip. D fit* 6 District clock.5 will sponsor a in April special when drive an anonyous began Mrs. Annie Ruth Davis 1302 Kiiis Road at Myrtle Mate
69 president of the usher
2 ? sightseeing tour to Lake donor challenged the YMCA
board in Mt. Pisgah AME
Wales Florida July 4. by offering 3000.00 Pkcacs EL 5-5537-38.
Church. Atlantic I
Those desiring furtherinformation provided an equal.sum can will sponsor a musical I --..-- ...

Witch At WctM's Grcilest Gspei Sixers Beacon William 9 y A. contact Toonbs. July be raised 1. The on special or before effort program June 16 at 8 p.BIn PAY YOUR LIGHT MATER All TELEPMME

WJXT 'C ....I! 4 Every Siwky, ':so .... .F leaderat"R. ,Jackson FL is 9-1271.pastor.Pev. the is goal within with$900.00$2100 of church.the auditorium of the BILLS AT Oil STilEtAffiE

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'J 1 1 Inns Silted Voldsia College I Local Business Firm Presents Check Negro Girl Wins Top Honors I

T Preside Speakers Listed II lR. Science Fur

F Over Mivors For CommencementMAYOR KANSAS CITY Mo.-ANP)---Uiss Vernice Marie

- Rev. James H. Hall, vicar Murray 17, valedictorian of the graduating

of Saint Timothy's Episcopal i Sid class at Lincoln High School, was honored at the
school here last week when she returned home
Church Daytona. and
Dr. Walter R. Williams. qs after becoming the first Kansas City studentto

State Director of Vocational E win top honors in the International Science
L i., Pair.held in
and Adult Education __ AlburQUerque_ New Mexico, recently.
,. HISS Hurray, the daughter
State Department of president of the Student
[of Mr. and Mrs. James Mur-
r Education, Tallahassee, a.A Council at Lincoln, won a
a ray, won first prize at
I will be the keynote speak- Sl four year scholarship to
, the fair for her entry entitled -
ers during Baccalaureateand the University.Upon .
S Commencement exercisesfor Methods of'Fxperimental Verifying Force'She her return here

t the fifth graduating competed against 411 she was met at the airport -
by a delegation which
z classes of Volusia County finalists, including high
l included H.I. Harwell, her
Community College on Sunday Sh school boys and girls from
June 9 at 3 p.m. and throughout the United principal at Lincoln, and

Monday. June 10 at 7:30 States and a number of her parents. Later she was

p.m. Both exercises will foreign countries. honored at an assemblyheld

be held on the campus of I She was the first Kansas at Lincoln.
Bethune-Cookman College.A Harwell said 4 duplicateof
MAYOR BURNS City student to even advance -
native of Brunswick, beyond third placein Miss Murray's medal anda
,.' Ga. Rev. Hall attended certificate she also
Mayor: Haydon Burns, the 14-year history of
past president, and a the public schools of the contest, according to received for her high
Miami. Florida where he school would be placed ina
member of President aj I a Science Fair official.
Kennedy* s National Civil graduated from Dorsey High 5-' She received $100 in trophy; case at Lincoln.
, School. He also attended .1 ..
science equipment or in
Defense Advisory Council -
Talladega College in Ala- Negro Youth To
will preside over books-and a gold and sil-

'. the U. S. Conference of bama and was graduatedfrom ver medal for winning the
I Mayors during the annual Saint Augustine's contest. The medal was AF Academy
meeting June 813'in College Raleigh North x presented by the National
Honolulu. Carolina with a B.A. de- Science Fair Clubs of R.O.T. Cadet Captain I
gree. His B.D. degree was GRACIOUS GIFT---I.H. Burney II, chairman This America. In lieu of the
On June 12, the mayor gift from Daylight officialsof Kenneth Little has won
will report on the received from Nashotah the Board of Management'of the James in the past two years pushed the campaign $100 Miss Murray accepteda an appointment to the Air

.' civil defense preparedness House Seminary in Wis- Weldon Johnson Branch YMCA, is shown rewithin $900.00 of its goal. Shown also taoe recording which she Force AcadeI Y. at Colorado

I' program in Jack- consin. Before his appointment ceiving a check for $500.00 from I. H. are Thomas B. Hargrave, Jr. executive said'she will usd to take Springs. Little will grad-
as Vicar ,of Saint Edwards of the chain. notes at the University of
sonville which was recently Timothy's Church and E- president Daylight secretary of the Johnson Branch. Also uate from McKinley Techni-
documented by piscopal Chaplain to The funds will aid in the YMCA's special shown is L. E. Christman an official Missouri where she will cal High School this June.

film for official civil Bethune-Cookman College. effort to raise $3,000.00 by July lwhich of Daylight.are enroll this fall. The outstanding high
I to be matched by an anonymous donor. Hiss Murray, who was also
defense nationwide Rev. Hall served in Delray school youth was one of

' showings. Beach and Fort Lauderdale.Dr. 18 students originally

Panelists on the group Williams, son of --- Yes We All Talk- Court OrdersSavannah nominated for possible
which will be chaired Quaker missionaries spent appointments to the ser-
Says Race Is
r by Burns will includerepresentatives his early youth In the Not EpiscopaliansFactor SchoolsTo vice academies by the
of the vicinity of Nanking.China. PARLIAMENTARY MOTIONSBy District of Columbia Board
U. S. Defense Depart- Returning to the states, In Training Urged To JoinKANSAS Marcus H. Boulware IntegrateATLANTAA of Commissioners. He will I

r ment, Office of Emer- he received his B. A. M.A. enter the Air Force
gency Planning and and Ph.D. degrees from CITY Mo. (ANP) Motions are divided into several classes, federal Academy as one of three

several mayors from Ohio State University. In town to deliver the Rights Fight namely: (1) main, (2) subsidiary (side- district court Judgewas men selected from the

I other cities.As During his graduate pro- commencement address at track), (3) privilege, (4) incidental, and overruled here last g ro up.

a member of the gram he also studied at Bishop Ward High School (5) unclassified or special main. week when the U. S. 5th

' National Civil Defense the University of Minnesota his alma mater. Air Force The purpose of a main motion is to bring Circuit Court of Appeals

r Advisory CouncilBurns, ., University of Cincinnati Capt Edward J. Dwight. business before the club for consideration; ordered Federal District P. R. Man Gets
If 1 whose current term runs and the Uni- the first Negro astronaut while the purpose of the subsidiary motionis Court Judge Frank Scar- I

until June 1965, serves versity of California.Dr. declared last week thairace to get ride of the main motion or changeits lett at Savannah to demand New AssignmentWASH

with Williams Is past pre- is not a factor in wording. that a onegradeayear -
a which
group includes -
three sident of the American Industrial his space training and- 4 Privilege motions are designed for the com- desegregation plan liGTCN (ANP) JohnD.

three mayors, Arts Association, that he was under no pressure 4 r .' rcviir fort of the members; for example, "I move be submitted by Chatam McCully. for the past

six governors, and as well as past presidentof because of it. r that we adjourn. school officials by two years director of information -
members from industry the American Council on 'I f there's any pressure Incidental motions are used to prevent July 1. for the Presi-

and business. Industrial Arts Teacher ," said the 29-3 ar- errors or to correct them when they are In its ruling the dent's Committee on Equal

Fducation.He old 5-4 128-pound pilot i made. For member Employment Opportunity
example, a can say "I appeals court said
Jax Coed is author of Exploring Ifs of my own making." rise to a point of order." Scarlett violated his has resigned to accept a i

Arts and Industries, pub- He explained this by say- 4 Most motions require a second can be debated power of discretion by position with the U.S. Information l.
r HAMPTON INSTITUTE Va. Ing that he got into the Agency it
lished the was
by Inter- and require a majority vote. Thereare denying Savannah Negroesan
Yvonne Louise Tutson, of
space program 'because announced here
-" national Textbook Company exceptions of course. For example, rise integration order recently.
Jacksonville Fla. will editor of Inventory, Analy- it is something I've McCully will leave the --
\ to a point of order cannot be debated, nor contrary to the decreeof
receive a bachelor of always wanted: This is nota Committee staff early in
science degree at commencement sis of Industrial Arts does it require a second. the U. S. Supreme
racial thing with me. June to begin training as E
exercises at Teacher Education Programs READERS: For my parliamentary law chart of motions Court 1954 decisions. labor information officer !
Dwight's main desire
Hampton Institute Monday and_Who' s Who in as BISIDP LICHTENBERGER send fifty cents to cover cost of handling. Writeto
on in the
far as the USIA foreign ser- i
space programis
June 3. There will be Industrial Arts Teacher concerned is to Into Dr. M.H. Boulware, Box 310-A, Florida AIM University * vice.X3,000 .
233 recipients of bacca- Fducation. and author of go WASHINGTON A personal. Tallahassee, Florida. I
orbit. But he warnedthat
numerous magazine articlesand appeal to E.5 million
degrees and 13 there are other phasesof
brochures.LEO'S American Episcopalians to
master s degrees. the space program that
become "actively in- In College ScholarshipsNow
are also of great impor-
SHOE REPAIR volved" in the fight for
Negro rights was urged
I Shoe Repairing Sound Service for Adver "Everybody wants to flya Saturday by Rev. Arthur

I tlsing-Dances. Ball Games capsule because that's Lichtenberger presiding Available To
Of Any Kind etc. Also Loud Speaker where the glory Is." he bishop of the Episcopal r

Service for Banquets, Con- commented adding but Cbu rch. I

_ Is Our Only Easiness certs. Record Hops etc. more than that we want to In a pastoral letter High School Grads -

845 Florida Avenue Phone EL 3-5902. contribute to the over-all which was read from the

effort--whether that's as pulpits of many Episcopal andCollege /
a space driver or a con- churches last Sunday v
TASTE WHAT'S HAPPENED ttt LEMOH AMD IIME sole operator." \ Bishop Lichtenbergerwarned
The youngest and 'smallest
Imminent castrophe StudentsPLUS
Dwight \ioesn
astronaut. faced the American people

even like to be addressedby unless its society acts .
that title. "Don't swiftly to grant 'legi- '

r e call me an astronaut until ma te" demands of y

I've been in space" Negroes to obtain basic
1 he says. He said he has human rights.He .

encountered no difficul- said that on many occasions -

t :led in his relations to the Episcopal Summer Jobs
maytingling the other 14 members of Church has emphasized its

TEEM his astronaut class because position that racial discrimination -

: of his race. "You is contrary to

. time! lost your identity in the the teaching of Christ.

Air Force, and tbe guys
Weekly Up to $100.
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J * * #;*c# CHURCH NOTES Registration..

OJ LOUISE G U I N t Ag'D'- BY L.N. PFPPON. SRt .Is June 819
The unusually beautiful setting of the Edgewood Lewis. Friday. JunV 7tK"ThV TALLAHASSEE Registra-

Lounge lent an atmosphere never before equalled United Choir will rehearsein tion for the second term

to Alpha Phi Alpha's Spring Formal held last ......................... the Hut beginning at of the third trimester at

>!Iond tf' eveim.g. "it had the intimacy of a livingroom 8:00: p.m. All members are Florida A&M Universitywill

," is the asked to be'm time be held June 18-19.
way one Alpha wife described the held
The most recent meeting of The Smart Set was
affair, mentioning the Church School will begin according to E.M. Thorpe,
of the lovely A- in the home of Mrs. Joan Spaulding, 3731 Mon-
merican Beauty roses that adorned each table and Sunday June 9th at 10 0' director of admissions and
crief Road. Mrs. Peggy Norman was the. lone clock in the George Washington -
the gorgeous arrangements on each side of the guest player. records.' :-
Carver Elementary The registration fee for
bandstand., Ladies were permitted to take one Mrs. Lola Schell, Mrs. Louise Walden and Mrs. School 2854 W. 45th

of the long-stemmed flowers as a souvenir.The Charlotte Stewart qualified for club awards. Street with T.V. Huger five hours or more is $50.

dance was well attended, and Alphas and Mrs. Spaulding presented gifts to the guest FUI-erinttifdent in charge. Students taking one to
four hour's'will be required -
their guests enjoyed an early morning meal in player and to members not qualifying for prizes. Morning worship service
to a $34 registration -
the Imeson Airport Dining Room. Members present included Mrs. Nellyvonne Russell will begin at 10:55 a.m.
fee. ROOM, board
Affairs of the local Alpha chapter are directedby Mrs. Norma Bland, Mrs. Thelma Lewis,. Mrs. with Rev. F. D. Wilson
and laundry for ; '
the foil,wing officers: Dr. H. James Greene, Lois iszard, Mrs. Gloria Brooks, Mrs. Thomasina Tj pastor, delivering the students will beTT121.fit-csml'

president; Richard McBride, vice president; Jones, Mrs. Vivian Holmes and Mrs. Elizabeth ressage The ""est'ins er
Persons attending workshops -
Raiford Brown, secretary; A. St. George Richardson Downing. a f,. choir will support the
institutes conferences -
financial secretary; 0. Wendell Holmes, rites with Mrs. Pudyne

treasurer; F. D. Wilson, chaplain; T. V. Thomas, ......................... 4S Watson at the piano. or short courses
1 carrying credit will feaxe
educational director; and Capers Bradham, activity Tuesday. June 11, the ; *
/ to pay a registration fee
director. The Spirea Street home of Dr. and Mrs. JamesR. .' .. United choir will hold according to the number

Henderson provided the background for a recent L -':: itt regularly monthly '
......................... ...' '. ,." meeting in tLe home of of hours they expect to
meting of L' legro Bridge Club. ...of.:. ,.;;..: ., receive credit ;fro from
and the I'r and' J. r8. T.V. Kuger,
Mrs. Ann McIntosh was guest player recipient the course.
STUDENTS getting
a start
t. It was an Important meeting for Les Fleurs of a lovely gift from the hostess. rest of the nation as they enjoy or. tne 7138-Ken Knight Prive at Room rent for short
Whist Club, held recently at the Eldorado. The 8 r.m. The meeting was
Mrs. Florence Turner and Mrs. Sadie Tillis were slices of a Southern delicacy, the water periods of time will be
occasion was the annual installation -( among members qualifying for club prizes. melon. postponed from June 3 to assessed at $6.50 for one
Relishing the cool
taste of fhe
meeting, where Mrs. Amy Curry j Participants in the meeting, in addition to melon are Misses Velma 11. 411 members are urgedto week $12 for two weeks
Hayes left) of
performed installation rites. Officially -| persons already mentioned, include Mrs. Julia Sanford and Davis be present. and $15 for three weeks'.
Betty of
placed into office were: Hazzard, Mrs. Vivian 0. Ingram, Mrs. Margaret E. Apopka. 'ednesd June 12, rider Board by the week will be
Olin Pearson and Pea-,
Mrs. Barbara Walker, president; Mitchell, Mrs. Elizabeth Redding, Mrs. Rebecca S. $10.

Mrs. Juanita Wyatt, vice presi- k Martin, Mrs. Elizabeth Jasmin, Mrs. Vivian Mani- Class Of 63 con t. B. Hargrave will Classes for the seven-

dent; Miss Myrtle Turner, secretary N gault and Mrs. Luther James. BIRTHS conduct weekly-Prayer ser- week term will begin on
Commencement Held vice in the Hut at 7:30:
; Mrs. Dorothy Dunlap, treasurer June 20 and June 24 will

; Mrs. irma V. Telfair, sergeant* ......................... Fifty-two of the approximately rl'I. be the last day for regis
three Mr. and Mrs. Japhus Saturday, June 15, the t
at-arms; and Mrs. Betty Belton, hundred and tration. June 25 will be

reporter. MRS. CURRY The West Fifteenth Street home of Mr. and,Mrs. fifty three members of the Baker; 6746 Alaro Road; filling Corkers will'sponsor All the last day to apply for I

The business session centered around the June Class of 1963 at New a cook-out. come August graduation. July I
group'sannual Joseph White was the scene of a recent meetingof Girl. and delicious
out enjoy a
which shall be to mentionat Club. Ftanton Senior High School 4th will be a holiday as
project, I happy Las Muchachas Omigas Bridge to
have agreed
Mr. and Mrs. Milton meal. They
graduated with
honors the students observe Independence -
a later date. Attending the meeting wereMrs. Vetrice Williams, I
in our new
furnish a room
Other members present for the meeting were: Mrs. Mrs. Vera Cruse, Mrs. Annie C. Mainor, Mrs. Thursday; night during" the Carter; 1336 Johnson St. ; building. Day.
Annual Commencement: "xer- commence.entexercisps
Faye Helms, Mrs. Cornelia Oree, Mrs. Dannete Hazel Howard, Mrs. Melissa Williams, Miss Callie Boy. The summer
cises. This special re- APPLICATIONS FOR will be held I
Howell, Mrs. Ruby Dwight, Mrs. Helen Grimes and Parson, Mrs. Wanda Mitchell, Mrs. Forrestine and t
le ase was, made by Mr. Mrs. William E. Friday August 9, at six
Mrs. Doris Scott. Donald, Mrs. Johnnie Coward, Mrs. Delphenia M. MARRIAGE LICENSES
and Jeanette Hartley. Principal Charles D. Jenkins; 429 Jessie St. ; o'clock in Bragg Memorial t
Greaoe Mrs. Richard Austin 837
......................... Brooks and Mrs. Lucretia Girl. Kings Rd. 38 and Lillie Stadium with Dr. Carl M. t

...............>I.......... H. Williams sponsor of the Mae Cone, 837 Kings Rd. Kill president of Ken-
senior class,, who also Mr. and Mrs. Monroe tucky State College
The YWCA is in the news this week with plans Cam eacement Speaker Burnice Williams; 1334 t
Baldwin School said that corriencement Rainey 1144 Harrison Frankfort as the quest
revealed for Day Camp activities, starting June ; Cleveland St. 35 and
exercised In commemorationof speaker.
10. Miss Joyce Wynn, a college student; Shirley the school's Street; Boy. Vernell Anderson 100 E. J
Anni- ,,
will be counselors Holds Promotional State St. 24.
Lewis and Charlyne Bloodsworth ,
Mr. and
versary.In Mrs. Claude
Paris }
al,ng with Mrs. Vera Davis, Y-Teen Director.Mrs. releasing the Willie L. Wright 637 Off I f To
names of Baker 1445 Frances St. I Ia
Walden Adult Director will ; Church'st. 35 and Sallie
Frances Young Here the fifty two honor stu-
pinch-hit for Mrs. Davis the week of June 17-23. Exercise dents Principal Brooks By. Mae Coney 1312 W. 20th

Mrs. Davis will attend the Y-Teen Conference in stated that the class of Mr. and Mrs. Franklin D. .Street 27.
Lake Placid, Florida. During that time, she will promotional exer- A 63 was no ordinary Jerome W. Adams. 1642
cises of Baldwin Flemen- group R. Bell; 6131 Spirea St. ;
Highland Ave. 23 and
be accompanied by three Y-Teens and Mrs. Gwen- and that many of them had
tery Junior High Boy. Joyce M. Daniels 623
dolyn Mangram.All achieved tw
special bonors.awards. ,
were held Wednesday, May
girls between the ages of 8 and 16 are en- Franklin St. 20.
"ft1Jj scholarships because Mr. and Mrs. Tyrone
2Q in the school cafe-
couraged to attend Day Camp at the A. L. Lewis Mose C. Jenkins 1599W. 4 4TO
superior academic
torium. Members of the A.W Coleman; 1339 W. 15thSt. 22nd St. 38 and ;
Branch YWCA, beginning June 10th. 6th and 9th grade classes performances, also, because cHi-rg
Pr, Parry V. Richardson of their mastery of .; Apt. D. ; Girl. Marion Dix Jacksonville
received promotional certificates -
......................... president of the Inter- certain'. skills. Mr. and Mrs. Samuel Fla. 44.
Ceo. Lee Starke. Fla. .
denominational Theologies
Heading the, list of honor
Florine Curtis receivedtop Glanton; 1239 W. 16th ((29 and Vivian A. Davis
Center of Atlanta. Georgia
Mrs. Delphenia M. Greene was hostess when scholastic honors in graduates are ,Fmily C.
1338 W. 20th St. 23.
delivered the Street; Boy.
commence- Harper and Trvlen P. Scott
The Charming Ladies Bridge Club met recentlyat the ninth grade class. Fhe ; Alvin Kellam. 952 W.
ment address for the valedictorian and saluta- Mr. and Mrs. James L. FTUrv .
Buster Ford's Birdland on East was awarded a certificate Beaver Mrs nn l =jrbPnvi
graduating class of '63 St. 18 and Yvonne
Union Street. of honor from the United ..torian respectively.Others Scott; 4286 KatangaDr. *:. jiFKoclatr professor
Hartley. 952 W. BeaverSt.
at New Stanton Senior
Mrs. Greene invited Mrs. Mary Rtates Junior Chamber ofCommerce according to their .'. 18.John in the &T Collefp Penart-
High School. The commencement rank S. ; Boy.
Coles, Mrs. Vivian Lewis and Mrs. and a certificateof are: Carey A. Hiite. ment of Tore II'cnnOlI'lJr.H.91 ,
W. Ray. 28 StateSt.
Margaret Mathis as guest players. honor from the school. exercises in commemoration Gloria Dixon. I. Fmerson.A Mr. and Mrs. Luther \ ]) study thin summer nt
21 and Deortha Mc-
of the ,school'sninetyfifth
High scorers among club memberswere Beulah Boykins and PearlieMae anniversary.Dr. Mcnee. Linda C. Davis; 5616 .Minosa Neal. &$4 E. Ashley St. the Piiierre Lavigfir' Fehool

Mrs. Dorothy Dunlap and Mrs. ., Holland Finished Tall Belva Burner Sandra of resign in rnri .
Richardson attended ,Circle W. ; Girl. 20. ... .
James .
J-'enderson Peed Jr. ..
Sophye White, while the guest second and third scholas- T Fr ahcc. IJ

prize was awarded to Mrs. Vivian MRS. GREENE tically. Both of them received local schools and received Mary Jackson Wendell P. ,

._.. .._. -- ------- certificates of the A.B. degree Koines, Puth P. Baety 1 1e
from estern Peserve; the Jacqueline F. Stripling !
Revival Meeting merit from the school.In II r'n t'\vnnn
S.T.B. from the Harvard r
James A. Gloster Claude L.U"
the sixth grade class, % p J
University Divinity School 0. HillIard Jr.. Gloriden "
Fobert Lee Addison I
won tor
Scheduled For honors followed by Charles and the PI!.D. degree from Johnson. Alkania Argrett. PRESENTS. SIts e..

Drew University. He Dorothy Follins,.fary Bon-
Robert Mays and Claudia graduated from Harvard
I First TimothyThe New Cocktail Hour
roger. They were also Divinity School with both ner, Joyce Gray Patricia

Rev. W. W. Whiteheacof 1 given certificates of of the two highest honorsin Poberts Linda Garrett
2 Drinks For The Price
Of 1
Savannah Ga. ill conduct merit. the school. Vincent Hawkins. Barbara ,

a :Ten-nights Revival]1 L Other members of the stub The noted educator and Carter rosalynn Cooper, Mondays 8.30 p.m. to 11.30 p.m. 1

Meeting at the Firs dent body who had perfect clergyman Is a metkc-ist Brenda Thomas Cathron

q\ Timothy Baptist Church,, attendance and who had minister and 'a member of Hard ay. Donnie Follin 5

1357 Hart street Begin. maintained honor roll the Central Alabama Con- Annie Thomas. Faye Glover,

ning June the 24th throng]h: status for a sustained ference and his professi Carol Beneby, George Kelly PlusTalented I IG.ne
July the 5th. period of time were given mal career has includedthe Fdward Reynolds, Beverly

Rev. Whitehead is kno wn: certificates. following: Chaplain of Jenkins, Argrett Henry,

YOUR SERVICE"When throughout the country ai s The; major portion of the Tuskegee Institute from Carolyn McPoy Irene Walker Whl..... 1

you dial EL 4-1611 one of the greatest gospel program consisted of a 1932 to 1948; President of Carol Brown, Patricia

and ask for New Deal Cab preacher of all times.. playlet by members: of the Gammon Theological Semi- Tlllman. arlene Poberts BIJhe organ .

12 Day Johnny Sunpter The host pastor Rev. F,,, ninth grade graduating nary from 194 -195q and Jolita "McCray. Jacqueline

will be at your door In L. Smith has extended ai i: class. The principle address president of the Inter- Peterson, Alfred Cooper
Stage I
no time at all-because invitation to the public: was the valedictory denominational Theological Jr. Howard Miller, Ro-

that's the kind of ser- to attend. Service wil!I delivered by Florine CUrl Center from 195P to the setta Bonds. Cecilia A,

vice he's been giving begin nightly, at 8:00 p. l!- tis. ,present time. Washington Loretta Honald Nite Club and

Jacksonville folks for the Charles M. Loving Bernice

past 17 years. He knows N- St. James AME Celebrates Women's Day Chavis, Bobby J. Pobertsand I.

that you call for a New Beverly B. Douglas. 1\\ I TV Artis.tENTERTAINING

Deal Cab because you want t : Slow Learner

: to get to your appointment -
safely and on tine Workshop OfferedST.

and he alas to please.In a.
AUGUSTINE -- work-
the 17 years he has -4 -
shops in Teaching the Slow
been driving his New Deal Learner will be offered EXTRA ADDED ATTRACTIONFriday

Cab.Johnny has chalked up again this year during the f

a wonderful safety record Summer Session at Florida & Saturday Featuriif

v for careful.accident-free J Normal and Industrial

driving. Memorial College.The lit Edfewootf Combo

b Mr. Sumpter and his wife Summer Session will

Winnona and their four be held from June 10 -'a JAM SESSION

sons lire in their own August 3, 1963 with Dr.

home at 1407 Mason Ave. Sankey C. Chao, dean of Every Wednesday Mite

They are all meabers !MRS. HARRY ANTTONY MRF. RFBTqjV THttTSW' "iffiS. AKNIF HAGANf the college serving as .

of the Mt. Ararat Bap- WOMEN'S DAY OFFICIALS -- When New St. James /ME Church observes director. e Will Leading Musicians

tist Church. Women's Day on Sunday, the activities of the day Summer Session courses And Visiting Jazzie

Call for Johnny Suwpter will be under the direction of the trio seen here. From carry the same amount of '

and his New Deal Cab 12 I eft are: Mrs. Harry Mae Anthony, chaff rman; Mrs. Rebecca Y. credits and are conducted Bar opens 5 p...

Day the next time yon Thompson and Mrs. Annie D. Hagans, who will each serve as on the same time basis as

need a cab in a hurry. COWAUTWLLA-cha i rrcan. ______. regular session courses. Hon. tin Sat.

Ton can depend on his.I. GARDEN) FIRST DRUG STORE Students Bay take a naxi- COY
Class Of 1953
Mtr Vii's !lUll of nine semester hour %
1r. h .MCIa H' half Pkirmicy Ti ----
..*, stow .. frodav ..... To Meet June 9lh t during the Summer! Session .- _
bit a* ':)0 .. Ck*...l 4. 2735 WEST EB6EW80D AVENUE which meets daily Monday
featuring Key K.ttht.NEW Lucky Miller, presidentof uouoy
Free Pick Up & Delivery Service: Matthew W. Gilbert's through Saturday for i tD6twopsr

Prescriptions and Other Drug Items eight weeks. = a ucra .
Class of 1953, is requesting .I,
DEAL PO 5-4485 PO 5-1582 For further
Please Dial or that all members of information

Store's Motto : the Class meet with him write: OFFICE OP THE


l1N KlleS II. gal n 4.1111 I. D. Harris Reg.' Pharm. at 2S40 Begonia loal. and Industrial Memorial
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,l, Pictorial Highlights Of Tallahassee Freedom 'Demonstrations II

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r Co-ed TellTh */.............ewe **x-'ifdttdi'ld7tnelrennr"tadeat, idiit 1* froat *f'th* Florida as t oral atudMtscAeerdeegr? +etntors. -rp .. t.
x S fate Thaatiet aupporUd*y WC other .r ">
Truth AbevtTillihfssee Demotstritieis at deeb I

EDITOR'8 NOTE: The following account: of the
Tallahassee demonstrations which has been
spearheaded by the Tallahassee Chapter of
Congress of Racial Equality was prepared
t tee
by Delores Hodgins. a leader in the noreent -
She. is a student at Florida MM Univereity. i

On Jan. 2, 1963. marked the first demon-
stration at the Florida and State Theatre
in Tallahassee, Florida.

Hundreds of FAMU's students, chanting,
clapping and being non-violent marched t
through Tallahassee's business district ina
massive demand for an end to segregation -
Before the students left for the
downtown area, they were instructed that
non-violence was our aim. They went with ti .
White" epactatora gather on oppoalt*; d Ceetaat a. a ".e 'F rem'
this intention and it was carried out by
El *14.to ...tdl de.oeetratoralost of Soso.
them. theta ere young With theft' shirt talia l
Each time they would attempt to approach: ut j 1 OOLWO8THStudent
the ticket window of the Florida and State
Theatres, the lady who sold tickets was
instructed to close the ticket window. The

students then stood' in line for about two, t
hours or more. Jeering white youths
followed the students and stood on the 4E'
corners shouting names. There were about
six students carrying picket signs which : 1
read "Segregation is unconstitutional, :
Are you an ugly American?, and Libertyand a wt
Justice for All. "
One afternoon about four or five white'
youths had picket signs and stepped in1
front of our picketers to protest. The p r tt
signs read.'Remember. Ole Mississippi, the =
South shall rise again and one more which
t I do not recall. One white fellow carrieda

rebel flag. Yet, the Negro demonstratorssaid sa, -
nothing, they Ignored them. After the arc ,acort.d tllrOultt jar I
white youths saw that no one was paying Kara,J Q atuaeata are escorted to pates otter r*.a arrest
them any attention, 'they soon ceased. This air tl local authorItl <:',<'
incident took place at the Florida a e .,
Theatre. .._
One afternoon, after leaving the Florida

Theatre, the students left for the State sx ,'a w--: /.: ; r
Theatre. One of the demonstrators had a x S
dog which was chained and was lying on thestreet
corner bothering one. A. white
man came out of the State 'Theatre and ? r
\ tried to take a picture of the dog and a ., :- a ;
girl demonstrator stepped in front of him. i

At this particular time, he then pushedher _
aside and a Negro youth then tried to

tJ take his picture pushing this girl. The tk ,
\ white man then kicked the Negro youth in s r- i r

his abdomen and was slightly injured.
From no where, many white youths came and
began hitting the Negro youths. The police
then came and tried to break up the
the __ a=
church then "
3 Thia ia the Negro ;
demonstrators '
fighting. The Negro second group of tlucenu ran into and
left and started on their way back to ara arraatad. This cM rob campus. On their way back to campus, the about two e> three blocks fro> the
policemen stopped many Negro youths and eupue.
1% :Lihl
c _
searched them. They found no weapons M __
whatsoever. In several papers, articles --
f. stated that they took weapons from the

demonstrators, but we know nothing aboutit. !
During this particular incident at the
State Theatre, several white youths were .. :-- _"
fighting with their belt buckles and the _, _
Negro youths had nothing. After the Negro _
searched they were later re- -' "
youths were -_ s on uc,7z t) ep t_* tfa next
leased. However, no white youths were -.4 y r ;arrt ay acvne t
searched I believe and they were the ones 1
who had the weapons. The Negro demonstrators
then came back on campus and hundredsof

FAMU students volunteered to return to
the theatres. There were about 400 stu-
dents singing "Freedom! Freedom! Every- f. ... :
body wants freedom! freedom!" The demon- '- -- -
strators voluntarily dispersed about 7:30
p.m. The nearest thing to violence came as ,
cia Due (fader of Ta /lahts
the demonstrators marched from the ay" } fr.aro. f '.
away see C.O.R.E J s pictured Sur ng cne Of e--
white theatre and many white youths tde stradefiy reetinai-.+.e.nrsae
followed them shouting insults. YI
At the end of the protest, whites were I 3 -

held back long enough for the demonstrators i.
to return to campus. .
During the demonstrations before two : ,.I* I I'
white movie theatres three Episcopal .
.Chaplains from FSU mingled with the whites t ?

and Negroes urging everyone to remain '

calm. ;
Meanwhile, Circuit Judge Ben Willis : i i i
issued an order temporarily restrainingthe
picketing and ordered the leaders of _
the demonstrations to appear in court at .
J 3:00 p.m. to show why the order should not
be made permanent. The restraining order S
was directed towards Patricia StephensDue. ly :
However, the County Policeman addressed ,
Patricia as 'Tercillia Stephens"and ,':, ": >-i. '
court L ,..., -' ': ...,
I Patricia Due did not show up in ; >i '" ;
,;;i. _
because He did not address her correctly. '

On May 30, 1963, about 200 students the policemen would not let them pass and 2 Nagrofts Win DlsIgr.gatlol D..oastratlolS Mo..tilll.1
marched, back to the theatres and were
they threw tear gas on them. The students .
arrested. They marched to Jail with then ran in a near by Negro Church and the Second Golf '''''. '

t dignity and they continued to sing 'Free-- policemen came in the church and arrested ;-, ;... -:"... .,
did not mind going to Course Suit ; .
dom. The students soire: students. The students who were arrested (.fr-rPBEEDOY::- ';", .
: Jail because they were going for a cause-- in this group will have their trialon Pesucption of a May 15th !
t a cause for freedom, their rights, and for Saturday, June 8, 1963. Their attorney hearing in U.S. District
their dignity.The will be Mr. Simon and Mr. Wilson. Court lucre last Saturday .. '
policemen short- Judge Ben Willis presided over the first Doming resulted in U.S.
ly arrest Patricia S. group wao were arrested and they were set Federal Court Judge Bryan:
Due and herded her to free. Judge Rudd will preside over the Simpson ruling that two +z
Jail also. The Negro students Saturday at 8:30 a.m. Negroes admitted as nea-
demonstrators were r The restraining order which was issued hers to Hyde Park Golf and
later released that stated that there could be 18 pickets at Country Club, Inc. must
night after being the Florida Theatre and 10 at the State have full me of all club
identified. Theatre and not to 'block the doors of the faculties
Shortly after the 220 a theatre or the adjacent doors. So far the Plaintiffs Frank Hampton
students were arrested students have kept this order plus they and Jaaes Butrus claimed
about 100 students attempted have been picketing everyday. through their attorney .'
to go downtownto Leander. Shaw Jr. that r '" '.1''' -..
.. "'
'10. -
see about their Pool exclusion from use of the < : '. -
fellow PAYUAN-n t to Swimming Reopens club's swimming pool was .: : :@;
detionstrate. The po- Ben Coweas, a FAMU based upon discriminatory
lice stopped these graduate and a lead- CAIRO,IlL CANP---1'he' city's only swimming pool practices and were thus SONGS---Students from colleges in Greensboro, N. C., sang std prayed
students about four er in the deaonstra- where anti-segregationists concentrated men of seeking contempt charges last week in front of the abandoned Guilford Convalescent Hospital where
b locks from the tions.cwpus. their 10 weeks of racial demonstrations last year against the club's of- fellow students were being detained following arrests in MSS demonstra
When they attempted to go through will open this season on an integrated basis. ficials. tions.

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I Celebrate Jamaican Independence Clay la LoMdos Toiy Martinez Is Nimtd. I

Teen TalkBy '""... .,- ,.)f "'. ...' '

ROBIN FORRESTER .:" .: 0;.':;;, / ;:: : For Brat With Most Valuable Pliyer

Although it may Hfcf L&a excvfee for playing
Greetings, Teens! Although school has just
HI.ry Cooper worse than .500 baseball.. there is much to be
closed, many of you are restless already. Some
said for the number of' shifts in the Jacksonville
of the Teens with whom I've are seeking

summer jobs. Here are some points to keep in LONDON England (ANP) Suns' roster of late, which has prevented the

j mind if you're looking for summer employment. i..q Cassius Clay, the Louis- team from jelling. o 'a winning unit.

I First, get your parents' consent to work. Then ville braggart, arrived Most recently, the fine defense begins with pitching -
: here last week for his shortstop. Tony look at the record
, survey the kinds of jobs that are available.. Ask young a
, \ your parents and other adults if they know of boot with British heavyweight Martinez, returned to the reveals: that Puben Gomez'

any jobs :you might be eligible for. There is a 3D champion Henry scene cf his triumphs of seven wins and four losses

teen-age employment office operating for the t Cooper in Empire Stadiumat last season which won him leads all the rest. His

suaaer. Read the newspaper want ads, but discuss I Wembley on the night of the 1963 Most Valuable Earned Pun Average is a

1 them with your family before! I.J June 18.Clay Player Award of the Inter- sparkling 3.80. Only Joe
E 'i said arriving national league. His field of the other
answering or going for an inter-! ; "" Pc .aft@rp, th.
view. here that he was In top play with Cleveland, the starters hits been able to

condition bat will do some parent club of the Funs, back up this effort and
Speaking of interviews, look over]
ii- additional training for won the praise of all who the big rightie has a 3
these rules.
the benefit of British saw him. His hitting how- wins and four loss recordto
1. Find out the name of the person
boxing fans, who want to ever, did not match his date with a low 3.51
interviewing you.
F see "The Lip" in action fielding and he was sent FRA.
2. Stand up when she or he comes j / N t
v -p prior to the bout. Jack down for more experienceand Afield the Suns have
into the office. .
t!: iMr. Solomons is the promoter. work. looked poor Their field-
3. Say, "How do you do Mrs.-- or
j Clay, in his usual talkative Then too, promising ing lapses have been
.---, .I am ----." ROBIN STUDENTS at A. and T. College, from six.other nations, last week joined with
manner, said he is catcher "Buddy"Booker marked and costly.
Stand until those from Jamaica, British West indies, in the celebration of the independence young
4. interviewer sits down-unless
your looking past Cooper to an was recalled from If they are to make a run
you're asked to sit. received by that country. ivy Woolcock and Donald Morgan, at left,
early heavyweight title Charleston, W. Va., to replace for the flag they had
both of Jamaica, are greeted by other nationals, from left to right: Amos .
5. Place book etc. the floor
your purse on
showdown, possibly with Jim Lawrence whom better be ur and doing
Tagbe, Monrovia, Liberia; Kamara, Jaiama Sierra Leone; Rosebud Rich-
beside your chair so you don't clutter the deskor --
Sonny Listm. He is cur- Cleveland had called up with the season alreadyone
ardson, Wilmington, N. C.Miss A. and T." ; Eustace Hanoman, Demerara,
accidentally walk off with
some papers. rently rated third among to replace their ailing third over. But the
British Guiana; Earl Finch, St. Thomas, Virgin Islands, and Kwesi Aidoo,
6. Answer questions clearly, saying Yes the world's leading heavyweight catcher, John Pomano, who talent is there and it

Urs.---, "No, Mr.---." When a'one word answer Nyakrom; Ghana. .. contenders. fractured a finger a week needs some new life a

answer is all that is needed. ago. Booker has added much shot in the arm of sore

7. Say Thank you very much for seeing me, Tan Stars Show spice to the infield with kind or a shaking up to

Mr. ----." Westcoast SpotlightBy his hustling play and get the boys to play- like

8. Say good-bye to the secretary as you leave.If skilled work behind the the champions they are on

you are interested in forking near or at home, Power In MajorWillie plate. paper.

think of the services your neighbors might be Martinez' appearance in
willing to buy. Whatever service is most neededin Mays, the "Say Hey Kid" of the San Suns' whites has also Jackie, Althea

your neighborhood will be the one for which Francisco Giants onced again proved his worthas given new sparkle and

you might get the largest number of customers. a "money ball player" and came through LOS ANGELES-ANP---Leon Wagner last week hustle to the team for Defend Title
Whatever job you choose, you will probably gain when the chips were Jm. The week-end series was ;. thing in baseball. Hefas bright prospect neverrceases
pie., qttesj to give his all cn2J *
ln Golf Match
much more from it than the money you are paidin between the league leading San Francisco '
leaAlng.t: h :American League with 13 home this does much to infect
terms of background and experience.
Giants and the second place St. Louis Cardi- the team with spirit and CHICAGO (NiP) Base-
Good luck to the summer job hunters. nals had been billed as a battle for the runs and his fielding is steadily im- ball Hall of Famer Jackie

A look at our club news this week..There is Bill White and took the first greater cooperative ef- Robinson and ex-tennis
league. company proving. I think once he gets accustomedto fort.
a club organized for the specific purpose of improving game on Saturday and cut the Giant's leadin Another recent arrival queen Althea Gibson will
I the community. The Teenagers in this hus glasses, he will be a great fielder outfielder Willie Tasby
the senior loop to only one game. be among the stars com-
organization are honest, loyal and industrious. On Sunday, ''WonderousWillie" .If the other players on the team were had to make the shift from peting in the ChoisetteGolf
Officers and members of the club are: Geralyn tional centerfielderhas centerfield to left field
snapped out as productive it would be leading the Club's 1963 National
Robinson, president; Evelyn Johnson, vice presi- had in many yearsat alongside Rill Williams Open and club cbaspionship
of his season long
Gloria this stage of the American right .However I and towering Walter Bond.
dent: Theresa Washington, secretary: batting slump and League now. _, tournament to be played at

Price, asst. secretary: Annette Master,financial blasted three home season. Mays has well a can' t understand ,why Wagner .can' t hit home The defense thus was* improved the Pipe-O-Peace Golf

secretary, Raymond Holzendolph, Mary F. Johnson, life-time average greatly with good June
runs to give the in Chavex Ravine. At this he course here. 2223.
the coveted 300mark. runs writing
Washington over speed and and
Wayman Price, Lillie M. Price, Angela range savvy ..Robinson and Miss Gibson
Giants a sweet 6-4 iirtii MM** ;>
Renee' Robinson, Charles Washington, O>r- win over the menacing has yet tobit his.first. round tripper at in the field.But : will be defending the
with each arrivalor
departmentstan new
nelius Washington, Shirley Johnson a Sandra Cards and enabled the In other dominatedthe home. If he ever starts hitting home shift in position there championship they won last
This column proudly salutes the
Washington. in the exhibition
Giants to stretch play in both runs in Chavez Ravine, he will be headed has to be p. period of adjustment year
2-G Civic Club. segment of the tournament
their lead to two full
Yak from the pack Harriet Jackson, the leagues. In the National for top honors.AllAmerican. on the part of against exheavyweightboxing
The win snappeda
games. West the whole team. Fo, in
president of the Arthur C. Madry Chapter of the League, champion Joe Louis
five game Red Bird leads the our humble opinion, there
National Junior Honor Society at James Weldon Covington and Ann Gregory. Gary.
winning streak. C a a s s has been that "gettingto
Johnson Junior High School, did not have an Not since 1952 just circuit with a .351 know each other Ind. housewife.

honor student's star by her name on the Promotional prior to his joiningthe average and is fol- feeling. There have been Jackie and Althea will.t
The administrationis lowed in the top ten be pitted against Rene \
Exercise program. Ernie Davis who died
Army has Mays' recently been, statistically, five
by Bill White of St.Louis.329Orlando. Powell and Ted Seattle I
Harriet, Just a error. [
sorry batting average beenso at Cleveland' Lakeside Hospital additions to the roster
Happy Vacation Teens. since spring trainingijln.. Midwest District Junior
low at the 50
Football Basketball mark. Willie's batting game Cepeda of the Giants-of after: ,a .long. battle withacute. .. : leukemia. addition to the three "''11 ilsi 'n"champions I

Spahn Posts average of 254 is .328; H. Aaron was paid this tribute by his predecessorat named above, Bond and This will be Miss Gibsons

Coaching Clinic Milwaukee-. 316; Tommy southpar pitcher Jack Cur last tournament before t
the lowest the sensa- Syracuse the great Jim Brown. He
Gonzalez of Philadelphia tis also joined up after she invades the pro ra&ks. ,

Slated June 17-21 4 Nigerian Fights t -.309; T. Davis was a tremendous individual. He realized the season had started. The former Wimbledon and ''

Clinic Director Jake of the Dodgers.308and but There have been brief U.S. won en' s singles ten- [
this was going to happen eventually,
Gaither has engaged a tq>- Sugar Ramos For Clemente of periods when the Funs nis champion now a public c

flight faculty which includes *" "'' Pittsburgh.307.Aaron he was courageous in face of everything. played like the champions relations representative I

the Fastman Kodak Feather Title leads the loop He never showed his feelings to any of of last year. They have for the Fard Baking Company -

high school coaches of the PARIS. France (ANP) in home runs and is ccnpiPtently in the past has made remarkable
the .
year for 1962. Wright fpq ML Sugar Ramos of Mexico the followed by F. Alou guys. month, out hit their opposition strides in golfing since

Bazemore of Valdosta (Ga.) x :, world geatherweight champion of the Giants, leads but this lack retiring from the courts.

High and Ottis Mooney : t has agreed to meet with 39 followed by ...... C n_....t. ... s" "s" .. aIn '.- of cohesive'effor't"has Robinson, ex-Brooklyn.
formerly of Miami Senior Rafiu King of Nigeria in a H. Aaron with 38; hurt. And hurt-bwily.-The-Dodgers great has combined -

High, were the '62 selec- title bout sometime in Cepeda with 38 and only consistent Mtter, has a successful busi-

tees. Coach Mooney is now July. The title bout will Bill White with 37. spring training..and in the early sum- been f i rjuLULftXftnjin: ,,presi-dent
an assistant coach at the provide the hard-fighting of the Check Full '0'
I nth e American mer, Jim Gilliam waited around to see "Ruddy" Barker whose big
University of Florida. :. Nigerian with the big bat has boo ed out P. Nuts restaurant cahl with
League big Lon Wagner
would do.
and third basemen
Both coaches will dis- break he has been seeking of the Los Angeles what second homers end 24 runs battedin numerous civil rights activities -

cuss high school football.1fARREN SPAHN since becoming a pro- Angels leads the He knew that he would be in there some- for a 308 percentage, since leaving

the College head coaches ParMILWAUKEE on -- Like Old fessional boxer. league in house runs place. .Last year Larry Burright had highest on the club. baseball.
faculty are Ara Philippe Filippi King's Fight behind him is second Robinson, an NAACP official
seghian Northwestern UniMan River 42-year old manager, announced here and runsbattedin'and seconl in the second base sewed up, so Gilliam just baseman Larry Brown showing and former heavy
righthander Warren is -.
versity; Frank Broyles Spahn last week that only the batting race with aIr waited. This year, Nate Oliver, a new- surprising poser this weight champion Floyd Patterson -
posted seventh win
University of Arkansas; exact date and site for baseran: Larry Brown show- were among the
of the hefty .335. Floyd ntQQk. v.ersecond base, and again
season and theo come ..
and Tom Nugent. University the bout are still un- ..- -- Ing surprising power this leading sports aDd entertainment -
334th victory of his Robinson of the White
f Maryland. Assistant ca- settled. There is specula- Gilliam J4istrwited.For season. His 28* average personalities wbo
reer against the L.A. Dod Sox is batting .327
coaches serving as tion that the match wouldbe quite some time, there has beentalk with 3 homers and 17 went to Birmingham. Ala. .
last Memorial respectable
gers day. and has a
clinicians in'clude Charle held in Nigeria on the rBI's has delighted recently to assist the
At that time. Spahn had in. Ed that Gilliam on the trading
34 runs batted was
Tate and Jack Griffin
same card with the middle- Manager Ben Geraghty. Rev. Martin Luther King.
Georgia Tech; and Pat a 7-3 won-loss record for weight championship fight Charles of Kansas block. But Gilliam knew that he would not Pefensively. the Funs Jr. in the anti -segregation -

JUles University of Ala- the; current season's between Gene Fullmer and City is also in the insurance have, to date been less demonstrationsth
be traded because he is the -
bama. .. top ten with a
Dick Tiger, Lon don, than effective. And since ere.
England, has also been batting average. the Dodgers have for second, I

mentioned as an alternatesite Grambling College third, or short. OPEN FOR .BUSINESStiOOOSON I
S for the featherweighttitle ( CLEANERS Announces 'thcf Opening of a New
showdown. Leads HAIAIn Maury Wills, after his leg injury which Branch Office at 5504 Avenue B. "Come mere' You

Should Dick Tiger retain Batting, PitchingKANSAS slowed him down in his shortstop position, Can Get Quality Cleaning at Budget Prices."

his title against Fullmerin CITY Mo. (ANP) and is really doing a great job. Wills -- FREE .PICKUP ft DELIVERY SERVICE -- (

their rematch and King ,
defeat Ramos Nigeria week Grambling was leading college last the has taken over third like an old pro. INDEPENDENT 0 I LeO.

( would have two world: cham- National Association of KEROSENE HOME DELIVERY
pions. Intercollegiate Athleticsin C s
The first Nigerian to wina batting and pitching Ike Joseph ----------*.-"-nt w- Proprietor
world title was Hogan according to tate and Jefferson Streets El 6-9432
) averages reported -
: (Kid) Bassey who was alsoa by the small col- Don Buford is doing great for Indiana-

featherweight. lege league. polis, and I look for him to be back with

the Chicago White Sox before long. .

WHEN YOU ARE ILL Buford was formerly with the University of

w._ Southern.California and was a great star

F You Seek The Best Doctor in both football and baseball. Felipe I tel:
When Your Doctor prescribes f/
ri Get Experienced Pharmacists Alou and Orlando Cepeda are keeping the

i M ...According to Your Doctor' Giants in the pennant race. .. .In.cidental-
Orders. We Use only The hr/ghter 1J
ur. C. E. Blac Best Quality Drugs ly, five of the top ten batters in the 1:;

1 Proprietor National League last week were.Negroes. ,

3 REGISTERED PHARMACISTS TO SERVE YOU In the American League there were three sfcntefctpfs 'T: !

KEN KNIGHT A COMPLETE LINE OF Negroes in the top ten..Alvin Jacksonhas taw f'actal (

Cosmetics Rubber Goods Candies Sundries fzds e.. .
with fine Ditchingfor '
through some
come :-- I
You To Listen To-
the lowly New York Mets. Will Negro .
"KNIGHT players have racial troubles when .. .taaa ,
TRAIN" Lilly's Drug Store any .. ,. yEzMNs I
NFL doubleheader is held in New Orleans

-Starting At 7:00 Nlghtly-I Bears will .1
p.m. this September? The Chicago :
RtWa... ;
j 1907 KINGS ROAD EL 3-8276 meet the Baltimore Colts and the Detroit .awt atyi I II

1400 WIHC 1400 Lions will tangle with the Dallas Cowboys. I JUr...> a>t+et..N.. c.MIU"n.: C J x wf1 ...Nom'i i


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liNE 8, 1 1SS3 fteR(8fflSTAR'( ____ As E S.i .

f\I Ernie. Davis And Big Daddy's Deaths Big Loss To Natl. Football League I

Ir 'H..S '. Einte, Divis ,Awl. IHl Daddy As 5.,. IN Retrospect 'A; :x2 Key Given WilMa

l By CHARLES J.: -L LIVINGSTON y Wont t Open Doer
> determination and the ruggedness of a

Of Restaurant
lineman. Ernie was also one of the most

CHICAGQ-ANP---Th National Football CLARKSVILLE. Tenn. (Afff' )
elusive runners. His 35 touchdowns and I
League is poorer today because of the c The key which the City of
i 220 points at Syracuse prove that con- ,.
! Clarksville to WilmaRudolph
deaths gave I
recently of two outstanding tan
players. clusively.Big during a round of I
festivities when she returned
Daddy's accomplishments cannot be
First, the Grim Reaper got through the I Ivx ....' as an all-con-
spelled out in such definite terms, for t,=> quering hometown hero from
1 t line to Eugene (Big Daddy) Lipscomb and .,
he was a defensive, rather than an offensive wh the 1960 Olympics was unable -
then almost'without pausing to catchbreath to unlock a restau-
) '.:> .'T .. star. :The forte of the big, lum- \ ,
he rant that was shamefullypadlocked
flattened Ernie Davis for
bering, 290-pound giant, who was also in her face last
the count.
deceptively fast;, wits "stopping' the week.

Ernie, the great Syracuse university All- Miss Rudolph wbo emerged
opposition. He tore big chunks in the ti L
American and Heisman Trophy winner never from the Olympics as the
lines of opposing teams, sometimes gather- ---1' greatest single victor
got a chance to play professional football I'
ing up an armful of players in the pro- after winning three gold
I 1I with the Cleveland Browns with whom he \' medals was among 300 Negroes
cess. When Lipscomb got his hand on a 4
had signed a three-year contract for who tried to integrate -
ball carrier, the man was stopped, cold! I the restaurant
$65,000 with a $15,000 bonus. 4
'Knock 'em down Big Daddy," was the RATTLER THINCLADS WIN SIAC TITLE---The Florida A.. and M. University downtown Clarksville. She
Big Daddy never played college football .as accompanied by the Rex
Rattlers have
frequent call from his teammates. Gene won their eighth straight Southern Intercollegiate :
pro football's prime pre-requisite, but Athletic Conference track and field championship. Senior members of Liggin.
invariably did. Yet, Big Daddy played The owner padlocked the
still became a ter- the 1963 squad holding the trophy are Alfred Austin (leftJackson--
clean. He never abused a player once h e ville Frank restaurant rather than
ror in the NFL. He ,: ; Murray Orange, N. J. ; Herman AndersonMiami; and Rob- serve them.

; had knocked him down, and was rarely ert Harris Lakeland. Miss
was scouted while in [ h 1'IE Rudolph was badly

the Army, signed by whistled for unnecessary roughness. The GramblingiteGets Former Teammates Lead Senior Loop shaken by the incident.She .
said she Just couldn'tbelieve
big man had class. .
the Los Angeles Bid For that the same city I
His teammates said he also lived clean, that
Rams for what had opened its heart
was Ail-Star
off the field. Gene stayed out of trouble, Game to her in 1960 would bar I
reported to be a CHICAGO. Ill. (Special) r her
roc from dining in
except for the time he reportedly tossed a a ,
pittance and sold All-American Junious restaurant because of her
white fellow player out of a window in a Buchanan of Grambling one race.
to ,the Baltimore
of the most
dispute over racial discrimination. It was impressive Carter BoostedFor
Colts for an even r specimens in college foot-
rumored that Big Daddy was traded by then
ball last fall has been
smaller .
pittance A > Title FightNEW
Colts to the Pittsburgh Steelers 'shor1tTy invited to play in the
of $100. But at the 30th annual All-star
after that episode.It YORK (AMP) Rubin !
time of his death Classic here Aug. 2 at
was therefore a shock to placers Soldiers' Field. 1. (Hurricane) Carter, two-
Lipscomb was com- fisted battler from Patterson -
throughout the league The College AllStarswill
manding a salary BIG DADDY .< '' play the Green Bay N.J.. moved a step
when Lipscomb died closer to
a middleweighttitle
(the exact sum was never disclosed) large k Packers in the Chicago
1 t ,,' suddenly and his death :tribune Charities Associa- fight when he deci-
enough to permit him to live handsomely. y :- :. sioned rugged George Ben-
tion contest. '"
l ', was attributed to an cL1' I_
\ Eugene lived freely and ,easily ,He drove a t Buchanan a 290-pound ton of Philadelphia in
overdose of narcotics. HANK AARON of the Milwaukee Braves and his
I Madison
high-powered automobilewore fancy clothes, A giant, is the second former teammate Wes Covington now of the Square.
Some players like (May 25)
went:through three u'ives.'ahcf a' general Grambling player invitedto Philadelphia Phils, are setting a hot pace

r .: r his-'ex-pal- and( tutor cavort with the All- in the National League hitting derby.
good time. Little is known as yet'of the
Stars. Covington, who has been plagued by inJuries Watch This Clown
Buddy Young, himself Ex-Tiger star Ernie Ladd I
assets he left behind.
for several seasons, shows promiseof 46 19
But Lioscomb and Davis both left a wealthof f a former Colts star, was a defensive bulwark living up to his potential. The former 53
with the 25
:j: ,+ ,". denied that Big Daddy college Jacksonville Brave and later star out-
All- .
fame behind. Ernie was a college ', squad.
.t' ':: fielder of the parent Milwaukee club is 2 : 1
American; Big Daddy, an All- erican pro. .,.'. used dope. He even Ladd is currently a 314 leading National loop hitters with a 6 )
refused to let the pound professional stand- n 4
In contrast to the fun-loving, humorousand ; healthy .351 batting average. He also 1 '
i.7U team' s physician administer out with the San Diego scored 23 runs. If the slugging outfielder 6
out-going Lipscomb, however Daviswas Chargers.
paineasingERNIE keeps up his.current pace he will be on his 31-45-9 2

shy and modest.As Buchanan was generally way to his' best season since donning the 661-50-2 13
DAVIS injections to him when regarded as the nation'smost

far as, .the.._....NFL.is..concerned.. .........;... ,.. __ .s.. ...both. men 1* was inj r 'ayn; ung implications: spectacular: Inter Philadelphia uniform. Hank Aaron, all- Sometimes: he's up -
star outfielder for the Milwaukee Braves Sometimes he'a down ,
were great stars: Big Daddy by his performance lineman last season and
are, therefore, that Lipscomb might was highly rated by scouts tops all senior loop batters in home runs. He adds subtractsHe I
on the gridiron; Davis in pro- works it all
Aaron leads the arotsd.
league with 16 round-
have tried the heroin injection as a lark who made him the No. 1
jection. Davis, the,experts--and certainlythe choice in the professionaldraft. trip rers. Runner-up is F. Alou of the San Coming AttrKtiH$ I
during a party in the apartment of a
Browns--agree might have become one Francisco Giants with 12 round-trippers. 3 11 -89
friend where he found I
was unconscious. He The Dallas Texans signed
: of the greatest players in pro ranks. His
was considered the adventurous type. him to a lucrative two-
performance at Syracuse, where he gaineda
year contract and gave hima
total of 2,496 yards to wipe out the five-figure bonus. BOURBON-IS PROOF SCHENLEY, ,61N-90 PROOF SCHENIEY VBCM-M PR9 F;01K3 SCHHKEY DWItUWS CO: .N Y C,
was stricken with leukemia while
practicing "
Buchanan is scheduled to _
four-year record previously set by the '
for the College All-Stars-Green Bay report to Coach Otto ; 0

great Jim Brown, ,gave every,.indicationof'future Graham at Northwestern :: :
Packers game in Chicago last summer. How-
pro greatness.. His other" playing University on July 11. S&1iug..Sunet.' Schenley
ever, he never let the dread ailment dampen ..
assets were speed, alertness, doggedLEARN ,..
his spirit, and remained hopeful of

playing pro ball with the Browns almostto

the end. When he died recently, Presi- 8F' ly7 :r.: f cat

dent Kennedy led the nation in salutinghim

for his great courage, as well as

his talent.It r

is a strange but significant fact

that two men could be so dissimilar

personality and athletic ablHljr and' Set

represent similar losses to football.But HAVE YOU MET

such is the case. LEROY GELZER?" ., <<
A TRADE i '" : /.;' 'r :
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Sports Day Held Recently If not. dial EL 4-1611 ? :
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III Six Short Months That next time you need a cab r:{ :'
The American Legion Poat '
and ask for New Deal Cab' : :'<: :
197 held their Sports Day Robins defeated La- _
WUlie .BENEFICIAL 138 Night--Leroy Gelzer _
-.i. at Little Talbot Island villa 16-6 Simon-Johnson w r.itrM
'r will come to pick
yon up
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For a LIFETIME June 1 with ,a softball received a Bye to move ;: :
and take you to where
tournament for the Midget out to the semifinals.The .
you want to go. Leroy
JACKSONVILLE teams. Robins won the Blue
has only been driving
Three teams made the Robbin and Simon Johnsonwon
IAIIER COLLEGE INC. Robinswon his New Deal Cab for a-
trip to participate In the the Red .. ,
I bout a year now but has f.
630 DAVIS ST. at Beaver games.villa. The Simon-Johnson teams were La-and 1-0 over SimonJohnson. already made many friendsfor ... 5 S L' ..

100% lit Ceititieiet the Robins of Magnolia The players on the Robins himself and New Deal { xls'

akCKSIMYILLEFLIRIIA' Garden the winner of the team were: W. Hightower. because of his safe and

A. Edwards C. stewart H. courteous driving skill.
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Scott. H. Carmided. R. Mr. Gelzer and his wife

Battle. B. Yells J. Boat- Marion own their own home

IIG SAYINGS ON TIRES wright and L. Thomas. La I at 516 W. 19th Street.

villa. H. Johnson L.lIathis They are the parents of
Jchenhq .
8'":: fiiariiteti Recaps L. Walton. L. two daughters and one

Henderson. H. Brunson T. son. Lela. Jnaaita and
I Ciflpan niSi Prices y
j Hart. A. Benedict. Hillman Francis The Oelzer

SIZES OUR PJtfCE.{ ,.*SIZES OUR PRICE._. and T. Button. Simon family are members of St.

':':7SCC14 $T?95 BOO-15 $9.95 -. .. .- Johnson A. Swain T Phillips Episcopal Church. : ,

:'"._ :;-70-15 7.95 820-15 9.95 *- u. Hamilton w. Wallace A If you haven't already : ;:w

800-14 8.95 850-14 9.95 Mitchell. L. Uingo. W met Leroy Gelzer -ask for

710-15 8.95" 900-14 9.95 Smith J. Williams D Cab 138 Night next time

760-15 9.95 950-14 9.95 Johnson and J. Mainor. you dial'H 4-1611. If you

practice The baseball Saturday team at wil Dur have fore--youll.ridden with want him be-to ,mmU ...the life of your;party!

SPECIAL OFFER! tee Park at 5 p.a. Al again. RESERVE 1

Bring the picture of Mr. Moreland; shown at players must have the ..and Schenley work party magic. Put life in your party
I .. alk ..Sunset.
reduction off [birth cards from Stat 1.m Ie watch ktlf ng.
right and you'll na: iven $1.25
...Pew .. s.u..ra
every Tire you purchase. oard of Health. Al fees *. 9.10 .. C..*.... 4-, with Schenley's 6-botUe liquor cabinet...lively highballs of >wSchank9y

layers are urged to be o f.! k4z K.. Kiutli9.NEW Reserve or Imported O.F.C.Canadian whisky... frosty inlets of soft-*pok i

M.r.IuadzTIr. CI.J :ime. Champion Bourbon...breath.taking Schenley Vodka or Gin tonics. What-

3419 Myrtle Ate. iY.ZltkEL,_: 4-3451 NEW YORK MAIDS DEALCAB ever the drink Serve Sociable Schenley-and put life in your party!

To $65 n-J oca Waiting
.. The Most Modern Recapping Equipment Tickets Sent-M&M Agcy. COMPANY

1 210 Post Ave estbury NX IUS IIIU H. fid! a 4-1111

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L. : Scooters Preparing For Summer JSMNNIE'S HITEi:::::-
t r ; :: ooooooCHIPS OFF :THE BLOCKS
Girl Scouts of Gateway ofdoors.A .FREE TV IN EVBIY NOOK74U4 -
.hy- Council are happily preparing capable W. Ashl )-JaxPla.: !

; Many years ago a fellow by the name of Nero those who don't indulge there's the ultra modern to attend the first recruited For Reservations, Call*. I

fiddled while Rome burned. Looks like we have a Continental Bowling Lanes. We are Just like the established camp held in Mesdames J.E. a. !s-4025 .\ ,

whole heap of Neros around here. Civil rights proverbial dog in the manger. We wanted bowlingand this area in approximately Johnson I
' fires are burning all around the country and in woofed about Jacksonville not having lanes 20 years. They: will not, Marian NEW YSRK MAILS !" ::

pur state. Rather than take steps to prevent the until Continental came to town. Mr. and Mrs. Jack- however, undergo a great cher To $65 Wk-Jobs Wait!Mi;'

, conflagation from starting here, the city fathers sonville--what's your squawk now? number 0 f the rigors experienced Annie Henry, Tickets Sent-MftK Agey..':.
by their mothers 210 Post Ave Westbury Mf ,
r are just fiddling. Hizaonner was out shopping for Seriously, unless we rally and support the front
swim trunks in preparationfor forced to close. on the banks of the A. Harrington : !
surfboards and pretty bowling lanes they'll be This
his forthcoming trip to Hawaii and the other will mean the loss of two dozen jobs..jobs which beautiful but primitiveSt. Simons: Jones APARTMENT FIR RENT ;

city fathers were doing similar things. Meanwhileback belong to your friends and relatives. If you have John's River. rector. APPLY 1778 Spires Street

at the ranch Aunt Hagar's chillun are getting an ounce of pride in you, get out to the bowling The scene this time is June 30-to : I
the lovely site owned bythe STEELE ST. GYM
restless. Every time someone passes by the Jefferson lanes and try to bowl. See their ad elsewhere in be very
Street Pool and looks at the tomb to democracy the paper for the special features at the lanes. Seventh Day Adventist history of Boxing Daily 4 P. .%' .

created by George Robinson his blood boils. The George "Whip" Lowery bite the dust Saturday. Church near Interlachenon ville girls 1678 Steele Strr j:. '

same holds true when an out-of-school youngster The great one marched down the aisles. Robert State Road 20. This mark a return

tries to find a Job. Mr. Charlie has loaded up Mungin accompanied him on his slow walk as the. well-developed tract of of camping APARTMENT FIR RENr"' "
every Job with little Master Charlies and they are best can.Wedding. land-renamed Camp Minne- long from New Unfurn One Bdm Aat*

passing the time away til school opens, drawing bells rang for Helen Robinson and Jimmy haha by the leaders-in- from this Kite Equip-Hot Wtr Htr- ,

:' ,a pay check. Steward last week-end. The former Jacksonville cludes a clear lake for ning our effcr & Space Htr-Full Tile .

Alpha Phi Alpha put something new in the game on singing star and the school marm said "we do" swimming and boating, sure a Bth-431 W. 18th St-Akwly

the entertainment set. Monday night the Alphamen before a few friends and relatl es. Oddles of permanent tent units with opportuni 1643 Main Street Grocery

staged a cocktail dance at the Edgewood Lounge. luck to the two of them. Incidentally. Jimmy is beds and a large lodge for Caoperships

Among out of town guests were John Knight of New spending more time writing tunes then singing recreation and dining. and any Girl SALESLADIES WANTED '.

York. Mr. Knight was a high school classmate of them these days. He wrote the novelty hit, "Hot There the girls may par- parent signs To Sell the Famous star .'

Dr. H. James Greene, president of Alpha. They Chocolate. ticipate in water sports, tion and who light of Miami Cbsnetics" ,

say Toastmaster Capers Bradham made a terrible The hammer fell Saturday night and the police cookouts, campfire activities by be= < Part or Full Tiae-Saall: '.: i
slip of the tongue Oops! cleaned house. The boys were talking loud around games, folk considered by Investaent For Sales Kit; ; I
I- >'.: Thelma Johnson is as busy as a one-armed paper- 21st and Myrtle when the door shaker told them to dancing, hiking, nature tee. Funds Top Quality Line Witk ;; :'

hanger in mosQuito time. She has a houseful of make with the trash and vacate the Joint. One of study, and discovery of annual cookie DAMNED"I Top Earnings. ca11;;' ,5

lovely female guests. Daughter Brenda came in the boys called the door shaker a "boy scout"and all the j ys of the outIOOK..IOOK. a part of / 398-1228 For Interview

from Fisk and with her came Joan Simms of Mil told him to tolow. Said door shaker called and council's Friday Morning and Next

waukee. This is the first time Joan has crossed the law and Gus Jones and company arrested the Wednesday and Thursday.

the Mason-Dixie. She was reallydelighted, end boys. Judge Santora lectured to the citizens and ... ENTERT

surprised to find out that it was not true what freed them. Of course we did not know that door LOOK And LISTEN ,
said about Dixie." With Marie Wallace Starting
they shakers were being used to put customers out of
were Shirley Boone. Ursula Bullock and Jerry the bars at a quarter of the hour. In addition,

Sheratdeau. They made a complete round of social the door shaker made his "arrest" across Myrtle : . .. I

affairs including the beach teacher's Tropical Avenue off the bar's property. I tell you ,, I "DR

Ball and the Edgewood Lounge. brothers better bow to anyone wearing a gun' (} ,'I, .tIIE i
Talk of the town is the way out twist W. D. these days. +" i
4t lB "
'Doc" Sweet performs. The DCTA prexey does the S t "TALES of BOXES 245 rn 5 Ib ",,f ': ,
Floyd Patterson twist. That is. he sort of boxesas .TEELE. S1. REPAIR SHOP ROOM FOR RENT# 59' :

he performs. After the affair Friday night Oil stoves & Heaters Re- d U. .
all of the drug stores had a sale on liniments and paired-E1ec.lrons-Toast- nveniences-Kitchen S I to '!
I I lI.
rubbing alcohol. Many bones rattled that had not ers-Janitor-Yard WorkPrivilegesCOuple Only
I .
shook in years. Handy Man-Call Us-El FI 5-7275 ; $5.70 ,.. bft U.. $1 ::
Hugh Wilson, the new man of the hour at the 41 7 1678 steele st. ROOM FOR RENT ... .I
Edgewood Lounge stopped by to speak. Somethingnew JOHNNIE'S ROOMING HOUSE Use of Mlole House-Ji&C God Has Ten-Thousand TTV ,:- ,,3,00 .,'5.59

has been added to the Lounge policy. Each JOHNNIE'S ROOMS-All Wtr-W.Side-Men or Women Blessings In His Hand To "FACE in' ., r.. 60c ,..,, '1.15 '-'f 1
evening they will have a cocktail hour and you No Children-EI 4-3720
Modern Furn-H&C Wtr- Satisfy the POOR. Why ..' rw $1.30
can get two for the price of one. In addition '
Free TV in Every Room suffer when help is
they will begin to have bigname guest stars FOR SALE here? Get In Touch I WHOLE.4 L L *:.,: ",, .\\j.:.,
225 East Union Street 15 .. '...
dropping in every now and then. The house band 10-Rm Duplex & 5-Rm Cot- With the Right Man ant ? GROUPER p. I
consists of Eugene White and company. APARTMENT FOR RENT tage-180 Ft-paved Front- W.1M ....."1_.' fMMN IfM ... IN
Make a Change in Your ,..
When I think of the Lounge the entire Fdgewood $11 ly-1684 Hiram st- 2235 Orchid st-West Jack Life and Improve Your "SAMPSON ) 1;", ;,. I'M.A, gynn.yni.' I
into mind. Just what rt "firt fimrrrr F'Hrt
Avenue fun complex comes
son vii Ie OWNER 1
Call FL 4-0815-Mrs.Jones Conditions. Today, NOW! *
of Jacksonville want? They don't CORNER-
do Negroes Total $9,850
Send Your Problems to Wk I.ttef Tk. I..H. l..4.
patronize the Lounge. When we visit other towns -
come back bragging about the fine clubs and IMPERIAL SUNDRIESPatent Rev. King With $1.00 and 0/{ ,,..?, i*. 49c
self addressed stamped
of the time we tip up some back steps and try wer Medicines ?.<>, nu'I"
Cosmetics envelope.WRITE REV. KINGP.
Iplit-C,1Ie Wr.//.A"
the din of the
hear a second class combo over
All Leading Hair Preparations 0. Box 654 Detroit I "L '
and the performers through smoke
words see
'- Cor. BROAD AND ASHLEY EL 4-2159 6, Michigan. KING CRAB LEGS LH. 1.25

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For The People Of Jacksonville This ls WhatJacksonville

And Surrounding Areas t __ : Needed"",

To Provide Wholesome Recreation : ; 'Arid: It t .' Was Kilt

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For All Citizens 3118 EDGEWOOD AVENUE For Youxxxx

Continental 1 Bowling Lanes is facing a tremendous crisis and may be forced to close for the apparent lack G

of interest in bowling. Unless increased participation is evident during the next 30 days, Continental

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will be forced to close.... come out and show your interest. keep ,this fine 'facility in Jacksonville...


Restaurant Service Prices Have Been Reduced Air (olditiol"1 .

/ : Adults Students. .. .> .. ,
Dinners Snacks : '! '
Beverages 25( 20C urs'erYFOr .ChildrenPer

: Game Per Game \ -'-

*- Day or Nite Day or Nite
Plenty Free Parking *'Free M'e'etingRoom For Club

Shoe Rental Shoe Rental '..

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PHONE 768-3493 These Prices Good Through June 30 Until Further Notice Fred Woodard Manager