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Title: The Florida star
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Publisher: S.W. Harmon
Place of Publication: Titusville Fla
Creation Date: June 15, 1963
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JOB PROTEST--Living up to the charge givento -LATE BULLETIN- VOL 13-NO. 11 SATURDAY JUNE 15, 1963 15 CENt! M o

Christians by the Bishop of the Episcopal Unconfirmed reports were spreading

Church to support the fight for equal throughout the city this week that the

rights Father David Brooks rector of the Social Action Committee of the African
PARENT FILES i i
Tallahassee Episcopal Church is seen carry- Methodist Episcopal Church is planningon $100,00

ing a sign as he,aided the NAACP irovement: bringing court action against BishopW. "

picketing a capital city supermarket. The F. Ball Sr. presiding prelate of the

group is protesting lack of equal job opportunities llth Episcopal District of the AME Church, H Pa q

; says the Winn-Dixie food .
i, store is in a largely Negro-populated area weeks For the sources past several within SUIT CITING JAX DAlE

and derives a high percentage of its trade the Committee state

from Negroes. (Photo by Beasley) that the group has been ......... .-... .... .... .... ..'.. -L.. ...._ ... _.., _. ., _
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attempting to find a NAACP Leader's DeathWon't
Tallahassee 'Mourn March'By Negligence i
AmerkaN leach solution to EWC s situation -

WIIs Right involving of administration overlapping Stop Freedom FightNAACP i Jax NAACPDemonstrations Claimed InYovtlTs


To May Get Guards policies between leader. Medgar Evers. dying from a
Picket i 6x
Dutk
Bishop Ball and Presi- a; r gunshot fired in his back by a cowardly

(See Photos Page 7) dent W.B. Stewart.It traitor to democracy, murmured quietly. Hinted For JaxAs Suits seeking $100,000
FWN.&NflIN BEACH A- has been reportedthat 'turn turn '
re loose me loose as life
pickets LLAFASSEE---CORE merican Beach for Negroes the Committee has flickered from his body. ... and in a few appalled Negro citi- in daaagee each from the
were back in is a step closer Florida Publishing Com
scheduled a mass meetingfor moments: ht was FRlfWo zens throughout the
front of the State and --- pany--publishers of the
J' Florida to getting the direly Sunday June 16 at Evers 14 free at last. awful lot of of hers." United States awaited to

ing theatres followneed lifeguards which 4 p.m. in Ft. Paul AMR a.LL Although he did not gain The NAACP in New York burial of Mississippi two Jax daily newspapers
a legal
victory on --and -
em
Ticketing the FLORIDA STAR; has church for the purpose it in his lifetime the immediately offered a NAACP leader Medgar a ooapaay

rights been calling fall over of mapping strategy for militant civil rights $10.000 reward "for Evers who was fatally ploye, were recently
Jhe court decision BISHOP W. P. BALL filed in Circuit
Qourt
10 years. alleviation of present leader is now free from Information which results ambushed in what has
came following the ..Faces Suit the of 18-
Ffforts to get the by parent an
problems. discrimination, free in the arrest of been described as a
arrest of 222 demon-
over College? year old newsboy.
Nassau CountyCommissionstators 'dastardly, inhuman
from segregation free and conviction of anyL
charged- th to pay :lifeguards at the Jacksonville Filed on Hay 31, the
from all the humiliating pet
contempt of an anti- Racial Picture suit claim that Perry
pIcketIng injunction. American Beach was experiences that come NAACP Youth Council pre-
F Bridges, 1568 Ella St. ,
The stalled again fednesday from being born blacV- pared (as the 'STAP'went
same judge who
because of wording of a to Thursday a newsboys supervisor
had issued the He had lived and died press
injunction permissive legislative Varies In StateMeanwhile for the cause of freedom A morning) to stage a for the defendant company -

Ben Willis against, reversed CORE bill. and evidence that his s 'mourning march' in the during his capacity -

However. Commission downtown of the of employment! "care
area
himself following a in Miami Similar to other communities death will not have been
conference with defense Chairman Harry Poole the Congress of Racial throughout the in vain lies in the Gateway City. lessly and negligently" -
said he will inviterepresentatives Rutledge Pearson local fired a weapon,
has
attorneys shortly Equality stepped upa nation. Florida cities fact that Negroes in i
of the leader announced the bullet striking aDd
selective buying of the NAACP
after the trial started. campaign had their own varying many parts country r
& Recreation Commission. Wednesday night that the fatally wounding 18-
against the huge are planning "mourn"fng"marches' -
Following .
court adjournment degrees of racial demonstrations -_,. '
I.: Defense Attorney the's'her'iff' s depart Shell i tiSIpei narket: this efi7" --not just -organization ,willjw oJJL.....b4i.r-Ql aI1. ,.. QtAe-

Tobias Simon ment. American Fed Cross according to A.B. Moore On Tuesday Orlando's, to mourn but as pro- -J Bass! meeting at Stephens :.field. -

told the and the Negro community local CORE president and tests--and stepping up AME Church, Davis and The oil are es ftrtUM r ---j(
assembled city officials set a new
to meet with the con-mis- national treasurer. the fight for freedom Fifth Streets Sunday at claim that the Incident
students: "This is the precedent in the State .
sion within a week to : and equal rights.His 4 p.m. in connectionwith occurred on the night
first time in southern CORE'S Tallahassee when of
a twenty-four
see if a water safety grief-stricken wife L-- carrying on the of Jan. 31, 1963 at the
I. ,state that the right Branch is continuing its merchants civic and fight for freedom in
be intersection of 19th
can spon-
program sounded the keynote when person or persons
of Negroes to picket picketing at two local religious leaders took Jacksonville and other
"
sored. and Fairfax Sts.
guilty of this crime.
she declared, moments
; theatres and is also :
has been defined and the initiative in an- parts of Florida.
The new bill allows after his death: "This NAACP executive secre- Plaintiff Alfred U.
put into an order. the Commission to conducting demonstra- nouncing a signed Pearson indicated that father of
County will not stop anything. tary Roy Wilkins said Denefield,
tions against the local resolution agreeing toa NAACP
The students stood and the Jacksonville
spend up to $3.000 annually They will have to killme in New York. "The entire the deceased youth filed
Winn-Dixie chain in
far-reaching desegre- "disgusted"with
cheered. The pickets branch is
for life saving and the children and nation has lost a the suits against the
are limited to 10 at protest of discrimination gation plan. .. the situation in
and water safety programs an awful lot of others. man who believed in two defendants.
the State and 18 at in hiring.St. The program previously relation to employment
in the county but .Evers was shot to death America and died defending -
i; the Florida. Augustine' NAACP given to Negro leadersby downtown school desegregation Teacher Exam
it specifies that the by a single sniper' its principles.Shot .
.
Branch is in communica-
Mayor Robert Carr City Hall
Patricia Stephens Due.
money must be administered tion with Washington bullet in the drivewayo fatally as he arrived Answers Are
i Tallahassee lack of recreational -
chairman of calls for integration Jobs
the Red
through home from
officials his home early an
job
COPE and one of the over of sales administrativestaffs facilities and Probed
Cross or a similar agen- bias in agencies operating Wednesday morning as he NAACP meeting Everswas Being
continued closing of
arrested group pointed and facilities.The the
cy. under government returned from a civil carrying a bundleof Investigations in four
that.in addition to swimming pools.
out resolution the
was
I I Sheriff H.J. Youngblood contracts has protested rights rally. sweatshirts bearingthe Tampa Bay area counties
4 and without the Branch president Pear-
picketing said his department Negroes being ignoredin signed during The death weapon a 30- slogan: "Jim Crow into possible widespreadsale
the court refused to say
violating would handle the pro- group's first meeting Must Go. son to the
selection of Quad- calibre rifle with a new of answers
ruling. Negro students gram if another agency ricentennlal committee which was presided over telescopic sight has A rifle shot piercedthe whether the group was National Teachers Examinations -
in large numbers will John Anderson planning to resume
Dr.
couldn't be found. He members and is planningto by been found in a honey- silent night to Negro teach-
4 continue to line-up pastor of the First demonstrations but there
said there is definite wage an all-out of- suckel thicket near the bringing many persons ers in said areas were
and attempt to iut-. Presbyterian Church who were strong hints from
'. need for lifeguard protection fensive against segregated scene of the killing by from their beds. reported Tueeda
tickets at the booth. stated that Orlando members that Jackson-
at American city facilities investigating officers. Inside the Fvers home Educational Testing
"''The theatres are our clergymen would stand ville will see steppedup
Beach. downtown lunch counters Police said the killer the children--still up Service of Princeton
the
major project at pres behind them not only action within
James Bryant a school had been for their
signs denoting race and apparently waiting N. J. confirmed reports
ent" she added. The privately but publiclyin next few days or weeks.
princiral representing failure of city officialsto lying on his stomach father--heard the shot that two investigators
theatre desegregation the pulpit.
\ the Negro community eliminate employmentbias. about 155 feet away with and obediently dropped who bad been IB the Tampa

project has been in asked that the county FOLLOWS JACKSONVILLE the rifle poked througha down to the floor. 187 ApplicantsPass area for a week had returned -
for several The Orlando plan follows -
progress begin the program immediately The situation in Jack- wire fence, like a Their mother had taught to Princeton.A .
that of
months under the sonville remains calm closely hintsman stalking his them to do this after a ExamsFor teacher's score on
Judge Willis was Jacksonville which in
sheriff's-department. He for the moment although quarry. fire bomb exploded In the National Teacher
scheduled to hear re- the past month's period
said the summer season there are growing signs the carport two weeks Firemen Examination can affect
quests Thursday from already has drawn crowds that the Jax Branch of had an estimated totalof The Negro leader died
Prindelton stores ago. Out of a total of 448 his or her' pay scale as
Les 18-downtown
manager to the unprotected beach the NAACP. is planningsome about a quarter of an The bullet smashed determine
to curtail the number which now have Negro applicants, 187 persons well as
and he fears there may type of action against hour after being takento through window
a
pane whether teacher
a new
of pickets demonstrat- be several drowninps as the city s sales personnel. the University of have passed entrance
pierced a wall and bit gets a certificate to
ing before his theatres. there were last year closed swimming pools. * Mississippi Center. Medical the refrigerator In the examinations post of private for in the the teach la Florida.

Gun That Killed kitchen. It bounced off The tour ooaaties re-
Miamians PicketWorld's Negro Leader Evers' neighbor, Houston fire department Mrs.
the refrigerator a involved
portedly are
Alma Armstrong, Jacksonville -
Wells said the
Largest Super Market state NAACP field sec- counter near the sink Civil Service Hillsborowah, Sarasota

and rolled under a di rector announced Plnellaa and Maaatee.SfiVEN .
retary tried to speak
before he died but watermelon.Mrs. Saturday.The "IMIALIDATMD"Aeeordlag
Evers 30, ran to to Dr. Albert
initial examinationwas
that the words were in-
coherent. her husband and became held May 24 and Craig aaaiataat -o rintefldefit -

hysterical when she saw of Plaella
those having passed the
r Fvers wife Kyrlle. the wound in his chest. written test will now County .-oolfl, .eft.

and their three children The ehlldren---the undergo physical Negre teachers teat

Darrell, 9. De- oldest is 10--added examination and back- scores have been. in-

1 vise, 8r and Vandlke. their screams. ground Investigations validated.Dr. .

3, were Inside the Houston Wells and before being certifiedfor Craig said that

/ house waiting for bin other neighbors put eligibility. Mrs. the seven acke/d for

to return from the: Evers in his own sta- Armstrong said. their score to fee dis-

rally when he was tion wagon and headed There are 11 openings carded after Mac told

-- NE'RFF 4- lain. Mrs. Evers said for. the hospital."On presently available in that their score were

6 the heard her husband the way to the the fire department and much higher the abroad.

drive up and then heard hospital he said. with the opening in July time they took the

I allots. The family rush. Turn me loose' ," said of Fire Station No. 18 .teat after attesdlt a

ra k i-x .. R..... ed outside she said Wells. 'He said that-a at Myrtle Avenue at Tampa stvdy grow*- IB

fit -.---.-,---....- 4 : .& '; and the children number of times. That'sall 25th Street. 18 additional Booker T. Wa.hiagton
"
talked to him and he said." posts for pri- School.

THIS STORE DISCRIMINATES against Negroes is a asked hi. several times Medgar Evers was free vates will be ready the It was also .10Mtf ,

ign carried by one of the CORE meobers picketing: FIND WEAPON---Police identification officer to get up.'Standing at last ut. another director concluded. that esaml.atioS

a Shell super market,. Miami because of the Ralph Hargrove examines for fingerprints a rifle In a house- civil rights Forty Negroes were reported of 42 Negro teachers

discrimination it has shown in its employment believed to have been used in the killing of coat later Mrs. Evers leader-said "thereare to have taken from Hillsboroaih

and lunch counter policies. Although the store" Mississippi NAACP leader Medgar Evers June 12th. said "This will not million pore the written examination stowed nose discrepancy!

is patronized 40%by Negroes none are employed The rifle was found in.:.a vacant lot near the stop anything They ready to continue the without one single applicant and are being .."-

is cashiers or the like. CORE is an Interracial Evers home a few hours after the fatal shooting. will hays to kill me fight until total./freedom having made a tlgatcd by the textile

organization. (Adams Photos) (UPI TELEPHOTO) end the children and an is won." passing mark. service.


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ERIC I. SWSIIL.MNHMf Editei 1 '1
._ i GREENSBORO N. C.---peace Corps Director

UYSM E. VISE................News EtitBrKIA ,
Sargent Shriver. speaking in the city ::1

I INTEH....................CkuhtiH Matter where the sit-in movement began, has declared I
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there is a kinship of spirit between ,f
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Peace Corps Volunteers abroad and ,

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P. 9. In 561, JaekSBifilli 1, \\iiiSUISCRIPTUN \ Shriver declared Saturday: i

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Jacksonville 1, Florida blessings of freedom are absent ,

,-s' Au' Wtr or human beings are I
wrier Is Wettr Sifity Time ,..Jt.9.-', MT 1 denied their human dignity."

Prom toddler to four score and ten, The American Revolution did .

people have more fun with water than almost not end with the Emancipation

anything else. Summer is upon us .-' t s 'Q.SQ.oasE3 Proclamation, he said. "It SIMPSON I\

and as hot weather settles on the land continues today in the effort of all peo-

millions of Americans will be rediscovering ples to secure human justice--whether in '
BUT THERE IS A MORE URGENT JOB TO DO AT HOME \
the pleasures of water.It is the time the barridas (slums) of Brazil or before

for swimming, boating, water skiing, the barricades of Birmingham." ,
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and all the rest. But tragedy can strike -.. I II Every segment of American society.must I

with appalling swiftness when basic safe- organize, he said, 'to root out those

ty rules which should be observed on or I Your Weekly ; patterns and policies which are the heri- f\

around the water are forgotten in the tage of slavery and have no place in to- !

excitement and confusion that often accompanies day's world." i ii;

having a good time. H Horoscope GuideBy In the audience were many students who i I

If you are a swimmer for example, don t .! had recently spent time in jail for attempting -

swim at unfamiliar or untended beaches to break down racial barriers.He .
PABLO The ASTROLOGER
where tides and currents may cause dangerous I continued:

undertow, don't swim alone, don't II I This is a hard question to answer, for t

try spur-of-the-moment swimming stunts H WHICH ARE YOUR LUCKY DAYS FOR it is a sad" and disgraceful fact, one'

and endurance trials that are beyond BUSINESS I LOVE TRAVEL eminently clear to each of you, that a

your skills. If you're a water skier, - - - : hundred years after the Emancipation I

don't forget to wear some approved flo- Proclamation our country is still I
ARIES
tation equipment.Every member of a group Born CANCERit June 22nd thru LIBRA CAPRICORNBorn struggling with its democratic soul." .

of people around the water will not be'a Born March 21st thru July 22ndAs Born Sept. 23rd thru Dec. 22nd thru But there is an answer, he said. It is

swimmer, but every swimmer should know April 19th Oct. 23rdThelikelihood Jan. 19th 'action---to extend full freedom and
this is the period
the basic techniques of rescue and arti- when the urge to proclaim of havingto There are so many ifs and equality to all our people, now, together j

ficial respiration. The problems that may what is in your mind is face adverse' criticism' ,,buts during this quarter ,'/in government, business,, churches :
have been a, serious source ready to break its bondsit is strong' enough'' for"'you1]-that it would be plain private- "organizations aha- -unities. '
cc*
With millions of pleasure boats now on determine
,of to pause and
concern during the may require almost common sense not to accept
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the nation's waterways, and more c min first days of the monthare super-human strength on whether you really haveit anything at face value. % e can give money to support those who ((

every year, there are essential requirement J due to return with a your part to keep it coming or not. You can Job offers may have impossible "We can give money to support those who \1
Father's shackled. If make ride above it when you \
vengeance. Day you a terms attachedto
man the front lines in this struggle.
which their "captains" must meet.
,certainly Is know for sure that you
a day of reJoicing great effort to succeedin them. The statements or
Unless every operator of a pleasure boat for those who are maintaining self- have done nothing to deserve dispatches that emanate Tffe can support businesses which practice I:r

assumes the responsibility that is his J gathered to celebrate it. control the subsequent- it. Should the con- from alien sources could democracy and ignore those which debase 1{
The necessity of modera- rewards may be somethingto trary be true, you must be sheer propaganda or ,
for the safety of his passengers and j the meaning of democracy."We .
the corrective
tion should be kept firmly cheer about. Since adopt mea- distorted to suit the 1
proper handling of his boat, it is in- :in mind to avoid certain there isn't a single day sures that are called for purposes of their origina- can offer Job and housing opportunities :

unpleasant developments. 'that may be consideredfree as possible. Each day of tors. There-isn't a single to and
evitable that there will be severe re- ] Negroes stop hiding behind the
Difficulties that impair of tension or stress, this disturbing quarter is day this week that will
strictions and regulations which will excuse of 'no applicants' or'no openings.'
likely to contain its fair
your family neighborhood ;youishould prepare your- ,pass without?one thing or
take much of the fun and relaxation out t and occupational relation- self for a rather trying share of problems and another to disturb your "We can do all these things and more.

ships' will have to be ordeal that will be Involved difficulties, with the of mind or to throw
a most rewarding sport. Proper equipment, peace We can---and must---for a while, in some
faced squarely. There no in withstandng. critical point slatedtobe your long-range plans in a
including fire extinguishers, life pre- ]longer is room for delayor pressure. reached on 21st. precarious balance. you situations, patience may be a virtue,

server for each passenger lights, hornor procrastination. Even 8-20-33-12-62-823 may do'well to confide in toleration of immorality, we must never I
if the action that is 280331973283LEO
closest ad-
whistle, anchor ,and line, bilge pump {urgently called for is your mate or condone the sin. Racial injustice, religious -

and so forth, are the beginning of safety extremely distasteful it SCORPIOBorn viser.2-80-77-18-73-287 injustice, economic injusticemust

afloat. 1-20-88-16-S8-128 Born July 23rd thru Oct. 24th thru" be rooted out of all aspects of American -
Aug. 22nd Nov. 22nd AOUARI.US '
OUR CUBAN FRIENDThe Born Jan. 20th thru life. I
T/.IT RU S Even if the appeals made You can be quite overwhelming Many Americans feel indignant about dis-
Cuban people are filled with grati- Feb. 18th
to you are touching, there when.you.rise in
Born 20th thru crimination but few do anything aboutit
April ,
tude to thfe United States.
are too many danger signal the full majesty of your Even the experts make

That is the substance of a New York May 20thAs around for you to take vitality and forceful per- mistakes now and then. You Shriver continued.
them at face value. There sonality.This is a wonder: would risk too much if you
Herald Tribune interview with James B. determined as you may is not a day during this ful asset under normal follow the crowds in wild LETTERS TO THE EDITOR

Donovan, who negotiated the exchange of consider yourself to be. problematic third quarter circumstances. It can also speculation during this 830 NE Lombard Street

you are likely to discover -% when you do not risk incurring make you many enemies if quarter, everyday of Portland 11, Ore.
prisoners caught in the Bay of Pigs
that trouble can financial loss In it is misused knowingly or which is likely to con- June 6, 1963
disaster. outdo you at your own one way or another. The Inadvertently. There isn'ta tain more than its shareof

The primary medium of exchange in the game. This probably is honesty and sincerity of day this week that will upsets and excitements.It Dear Sir; .

th e period when the persons you accept as be free of tensions between may be the safest
negotiation was drugs. And this, he told strongest attempt to friends or counselors must co-workers associates course after all despitethe Last month I visited your very beautiful city. I

the Herald .Tribune, .has been the \ shake your complacency or not be taken for granted.Put and acquaintances signs that fluctuations This was my first time in that part of t b e

greatest propaganda on behalf of the United to dip into your financial them to the acid test making it most urgent for are practically unpredictable country. I'm an Islander reared in Phi la. Pees.
resources will be made. before you part with cash you to maintain the brakeon to remain on But I don't think that I have ever enjoyed myself Iso
States that you can imagine." Cuba was There isn't a day when sums or other items of your feelings without the sidelines. Reassure much. My husband was born there and ay in-laws

virtually out of drugs--Mr. Donovan him- you can afford to be considerable value espe- letup. The possibility of yourself that all your live there. 6120 Sunmire Avenue. This was my

self couldn't buy even an aspirin.Childrenwho caught napping, althoughthe cially the 21st. losing your control Is personal and Joint hold- happier.first time meeting them also. No girl could have
most critical moment
4-70-88-13-91-478 strong. ings are completely safe-
seemed doomed to death have been saved may be pin-pointed. Be g carded. The utmost of
particularly on your 9-10-55-17-69-915 Because of the many different things I bad heard
by the American antibiotics. The sick and VIRGO prudence will be required.
guard against con men or about your State, and having never beea that far
the have found and relief. SAGITTARIUSBorn 4-70-59-14-74-479
help And
aged
glamorous strangers Born Aug. 23rd thru South. I was a little afraid but there was ae

he adds, the Cuban people know where the whose motives could be .1 Sept. 22nd Nov. 23rd thru reason to be, we were treated with the greatest, i
PISCES
respect and kindness.
from. cleverly disguished. Dec. 21stIf
drugs come .
**
%. ..Born Feb. 19th thru
The drug shipment amounted to a massive 5-40-66-18-65-546 The provocative influences you are "after"some- -March 20th I attended many places of Interest. I was at tfce

that make yon thing big and facing Sam Cook Slow which was quite esjoya&e.
effort.The U.S. pharmaceutical
cooperative GEMINI strain at the leash are determined This could be as diffi-
desperate or
its full into Born particularly active asking cult week the first
threw
Industry resources May 21st thru competition, your emotions a as Friendliness of your people will never be forgotten -

the program.Railroads, airlines shipping June 21st it more important than could go all to pieces. one, if not more so. It My husband is In the service M4 bad. sot
ever for you not to lost will take all the under-
lines added their essential aids. Relief You cannot afford to drop been home in 7 years, he states that there were
your self-control for a and
Things in standing you possess
general ar your guard one single so many Improvements that we were in the station
organizations such as the Red Cross likely to get hotter single moment. Make it minute during the course the love your heart con- before he realized that he had arrived hems .
'ther than otherwise your main purpose to tains to cope with dear
experienced in such matters, assumed di of each and every day.
necessitating constant speak with others in That Is Just the time ones at home or in your We have traveled much, but your city ba made '
rection. No time was, lost, nothing possi- vigilance to cope witb, amicable terms even if others would be key: associations when they
when many giant steps; homes, clubs etc.u4 owpocially
ale:was left undone. The Job was accomplished any situation that arises you differ with them.Re- ready to pounce to snatch; start kicking up. Laying churches. .
suddenly. There is not a i main calm and patient in Partnership and I down the law will not do a ,
and all concerned have earned the single day that may be regarded the face of any and all the prize. bit of good. "They are apt
professional problems areat Be very proud of your city and the progrtM that
highest praise.If as an exception vexations. You cannot afford to be too wilful to listen I
their peak. It will you have made. I just had to let you kaow bow I
although a real crisis maybe to relax any day to anybody who has the :
Mr.'. Donovan is right, and he should take all your Ingenuityor feel and thank yon City of Jacksonville for yo.r
simmering in your inti- during this period making temerity to stand in their
the love of someonedear kindness. I am also subscribing for news
know, the Cuban people are our staunch mate environment which is it a good idea to stall \ way. There is not a single your
theta
to you to handle paper. I like it. and as the song goes "Oar
.frle ds, despite Castro' mouthings. That shared with the rest of t for time before you give without creating too much day that will not containan
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the family. any direct answers particularly element of discord Day Will Come.
is a victory in itself of great signifi- on21st. furor or damage.75O1i135871. 4'''*tress and strain3204418e4324 Thank you.

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Bridge Club Feted Perfect Records Cited ,. I
DUALLY
. . SPEAKING * * .

HfI By Mrs. Girardeau.Members I L1'LrLj: : SR a S i
I BT LOUISE GDINYARD
of Club Poinsettawere
The Pomona Park estate of ,Mr. and, Mrs. Charles feted with a pro-

P. James provided a wonderful setting for last Girls elected to attend the YWCA Conference at gressive bridge party by

Sunday's outing of Alpha Wives and their guests. Lake Placid June 17-23, include Roberta Wilson, Mrs. A.F. Girardeau on the

Mrs. James, incidentally, is presi daughter of Rev. and Mrs. R. H. Wilson; Muriel patio of her 1223 W. 13th

dent elect of the'organization and Thompson, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Capers Thompson St. residence.

will assume official duties of the ; and, Nadine Williams, daughter of Mr. and Following completion of

( office in October of this year. and Mrs. Julius Williams. They will be accompanied four changes the follow-

E' Back to the picnic--The group by Vera Davis, Y-Teen Director, and ing winners were announcedMrs.

motored to' Pomona Park, and it Gwendolyn Johnson Mangram. Fvelyn Jasmin first

seems as though Alice Girardeauwas ; prize; Mrs. Thelma Ar- I!
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doing a fine' Job of giving grett. second; Mrs. Sulla
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directions until it was discoveredthat Wells, third; Mrs. Eve

there were two "Bay Sta- At a business meeting of Kappa Alpha Psi Fraternity Rpzler. novelty.

tions" one of which was to serve MRS. JAMESas Albert McGee a reomt graduate of New 'delicious luncheon was

a key landmark along the route. Needless to Stanton High School was awarded the annual served and each member and

say, after a few incorrect turns, the group Kappa Scholarship.The guest was presented a

.finally arrived at Pomona Park and were Joyfully meeting was held in the boe'of Mr. and handsomely bridge scorebook mv i

greeted by the hosts. Mrs. William H.Mathis, '2872 Rhode Island Drive in club colors con- t1jTIcI ,

From this moment on, fishing and boating were East. taining the evening's ; ,r. i ;' : -

the orders the brief schedule names of membersand '
of with -
day, : intervals for '
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raiding lunch baskets. seems that Belva Burney guests and the menu.

daughter of the I. S. Burneys, proved to be the Prizes were given the PERFECT ATTENDANCE records by Hamond left
The YWCA Adult Travel Joyce ( ), Eugene Monts and Shirley
best "fisherman" in the group. Club is sponsoring two winners at the close of
Full use was made of The'James' lovely and educational tours this summer. One, the Eastern the session. Scott, pupils of Miss Mable M. Stewart's Third Grade Class at Susie T. Tolbert
Canadian Tourwill Elementary School resulted in the trio being suitably awarded attractive gold
spacious home, which has been remodeled to givea commence on the morning of Guests present were: Mr.
split-level effect. June 25, and the other, the Far West-Old Mexico and Mrs. Wilbert Allen of cups. Mrs. Aldonia a Joyner is the school's principal.

Tour, will leave (Royal Art Studio Photo)
early June 29. Mt. Vernon. N.Y.
The planning committee for the outing was headedby ; Mrs.
Alice Girardeauwho was'capably' assisted Mrs. Georgia B. Snyder, Mrs. Earlene Alback Anne Tyche. Fnglish Girar- -
by
Thelma Lewis, Helen Toney, Bernice Jackson, and Miss Louvenia E. Solomon may be contactedfor deau Fr. and Pre Arnett Appreciation Hour Robert Sanders Is Birthday Honoree

Charlotte Stewart and Zenobia Genwright.The additional information. It should be noted, Girardeau.The Slated Sunday For
complete slate of officers of Alpha Wives however, that the State Department of Education hostess was complimented Robert Sanders son of nanese Lee. Pennis Lee.

who will take office in October Include Luther will give credit for extension of certificatesto for the outstanding Spring Hill PastorThe Mr. and Mrs. Fleetwood Jacklyn Lee Randolph Lee.

James persons taking the tours. success of the charming Sanders was the surprised Felessie Lee. Betty
president; Bernita Sherard, vice presi- Pastor's Aid Boardof
event honoree of RX his Daniels Puth Daniels
dent; Irma Word, recording, secretary; Alice Spring Hill Baptist
......................... fifth birthday party which wary Daniels. Paby nanlels
Girardeau, financial secretary; Frances Richardson Church has completed
was given on the lawn of Dezeanna Lowe Terry Mc-
corresponding secretary; Miriam Burney, Jaxon Graduates nlans for an appreciation the residence.
Cay Oossard, Polly Cossard
treasurer and Gladys Bryant, chaplain. Successful day-camps are in sessiQA% both>the....." *- hour for their res- roherts'
YWCA and the YMCA. The program at the YWCA will From Howard tor. Rev. r. r. Brown. guests were Vandolin Johns en, Ralph .
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......................... accomodate girls between the of 8 and festoonly dressed in Crier. Jacklyn Grier,
ages
Funday June 16 Pt 8 .
With Honors r.n.in colorful rerty hats with
Cynthia Grier Harry Kemp.
16. The YMCA Day Camp is open to i>QtIJ. boys. and, the church's.main. horns and balloons
-- giving
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: ; Mrs. Cassie Kemp Lee
It was quite an occasion when Irma Murray entertained girls between the ages of 4 and 7. auditorium, located at color to the
event. They Kemp, Mrs Mildred rnrs-
Les Elite Bridge Club last Friday r. 19th Pt. end BucknanFtreets.
evening. After the usual rounds of bridge male ......................... well. Mrs. Irene Johnson
and Mrs. Irene Johnson.
guests Joined the group for a lovely "after" Beacons Williams and "

party. The Fburth Annual Human Relations Clinic is in 1pp. Baker of "'t. Ararat Baptist St. Matthew Women

Guest players for the bridge session included progress at Walker Vocational and Commercial Church will open

Geneva Wheeler, Myrtis Thomas, Catherine Jackson, College, Ninth Street and Myrtle Avenue. The .. the program with de- Are Completing AnnualWomen's

Gloria Brooks and Sylvester Bossard. Geneva and clinic is sponsored by the Negro Educational votionals. Other programs -

Sylvester were high scorers' anong guests. Review. judge LaMar Winegart of Juvenile Court features rill he Day Program

Off :cers elected to ,serge J during the coming and Dozell Varner of the Boys' Parental Home highlighted by Choir

year included Annie ,B. Minatejs, president; served as consultants for the first session. 4-R.. Mt. Arrrat's Male Mrs Fmraa Catkins ,

Ann McIntosh, vice president: Vermal McCone, Other consultants scheduled are Jim Jinlatt'of Chorus sermon l hy Pev general chairman of St.

secretary; Marie McClain, assistant secretary; Dale Carnegie Institute, Dr. Theresa K. Brown Ernest Murray of Mt e Matthew Baptist Church's

Irma Murray, treasurer; Johnnie M. Mitchell, reporter of Morgan State College, Atty. A. R. Taylor and / rarnt. soloists Mrs annual Women's Day observance ;

and Maxine Jackson, business manager. Dr. George W. Puryear.Announcement Mary Good ln. Mrs. Vera announced that

Scott .Mrs. Hazel Pavis Sunday. June 23 is the big

......................... Recital Set LOUIS L. PM'IP and Prof. Mathew McCoy.- day when the wonen of the

The A.L. Lewis Club of . .Honor Graduate Mrs. Auther Goodwin. church will be expected to
By Mt. Zion ClubThe Mrs. Puth Salze. will put their names on the
W. W. I Group I Mt. Olive AW Church, are
Seminole Club completing plans for their Blanche R. CoJeman i Jacksonville was signally be mistress of cere- Poll
Friendly Club of Mt. monies. played games throughoutthe ; Miss Maxine Fisher will
honored
Meet Saturday annual pink tea to he presented nationally this
.Rl_an., ....little, ; Sunday June, 23 Zion AME Church will present ;- week hen news was re- afternoon be the morning worship

A Joint meeting of Bar- from: 4:30 until '6"p.m. 'In'' the Johnson fiisterin ceIved'from' Howard .Medical! ft 5 r.m. the youngster speaker. Other progra
Operation t PaulContinues I
racks 3131 and Ladies Talbot Party 1 the home of Mrs. Maggie a recital Sunday June school that P/r. Louis L. were served ice cren .parti.ci raR ,* .w Jl.: 4 a,"

Auxiliary will be held The Feminole Culture Club I Campbell, 641 Jessie Rt. 16 at 7:30 P.P. in the s Davis son of Mr. and Mrs. c rke and candy at a elude Mrs. Be lah' WcTlel1 f

June 15 t hat 2 r.m at is planning to sponsor a A program will be presented church auditorium. P.P. Pavis, 1633 a'. 10th At t tt. beautifully decorated 1 Ian who will preside and'
Brooks and The Johnson table. Mrs. Puth Me"J 11 .1 fIn ,
Frayer Fervice beach Sisters are
outing July 6 at : and friends are invited St. was cited as top stu-
Center 14Q Tyler Street. Little Talbot Island. local artists of Hay dent in a graduating class St. Paul AME Present for the affnir soloist.

All officers and membersof Tickets may he obtained Spring Baptist Church. of 96 students receiving were: Mrs. r. Summer will preside -

Barracks and Auxiliary from the members. APPLICATIONS FOR They will be accompaniedby their M ". degrees.Dr. Robert and Gloria Pell over the evening program -

are requested to be pre- Buses will leave from the MARRIAGE LICENSES Cecil B., Fisher. Davis' academic cita- 'Oreration Paul" con I !PdwKTds. Michael Edwards which will includeMrs.

sent and on time 'at whicht following locations: The music lovers d"thecity tions which were conferred 1 tinues at St. Paul /rr Bpr-ar J. Williams, Ftta Brook as principal -
:wTc9T3x.firyMyrtlevenue r. and Mrs. Leon Dens>n; {Sunday Fchool crusade to Rosa R. illiams Thaddi speaker and Mrs. Alice
of- ,
i ?4inuch) business : and are extended an 1 along with his degree j
imrortance will be transacted -12th; 9:20.: 8th and Myrtle J 1487 W. 20th Street; Boy. invitation to join thei during Commencement activities reclaim former membersand 'Johnson, Phillis Perry. Burroughs as soloist.
.Mr. and Mrs. Robert Law- ( add new members to
: from the friends at this Linnett Bowman, Jocelyn
Deports 9:25: 8th and Francis; many pro held recently 1
I borne; 1618 Puthledge Ave. the roll.Family Beach Outing
Deborah
tate Meeting held in' 0:35 Arch and Davis; 10:00\\ grmt included: Bowman Bowman

Tampa will be heard and' a.m! Jessie and Florida Boy.Mr.. First prize Penartrent units are invited. Jacklyn Oirswell. Thommie The Les Flite octal and
the Commander Irving will Avenue. and Mrs. Clinton Gospel ProgramThe of Neurology and Fsychia- A special invitation ha s 'Doodle Peborah Doodle, Savings Clubs will sponsor
Thomas; Box 334. Baldwin. j been issued to the un
appoint Permittee+ chrirppn Academy OpensRegistration famed Bright Stars of: try; Pepsrtnent of Surgery Julian James. GregoryJn a trip to American Beach
Florida Girl. saved. The effort will
of the rel fare Committee ; Flint Michigan rill b e award; the Merck Manual \ es. lfonsa James. Sunday June 15. Ruses
and Mrs. Theodore continue through June 30.
Mr.\
iFhing Committee an< featured in the gospel Award--special--for out-. STORK NOTE will leave Kings Pd. and
Bryant; 2310 Jeruslam St.; The enthusiastic support
FntertftiniPent committee registration at Cooper's1 recital wednesday nightJune ; wires at 7
standing achievement inn Mr. and Mrs. Franklin PP a.M. ; Kings
Mid the noted Increase for
Ml Auxiliary members will L Academy. 2032 Renedist1 Boy. 19 at 8:30 o'clock I I the study of medicine; Bell Pd and Myrtle at 7: 15;
of 6130
the two Sunday.Anniversary FpireaFt.
be eligible tp accept appointment Road is now in progress 'Mr. and Mrs. Joseph Brin-' Mt. Ararat Baptist Church second prize Departments past the Myrtle and 13th.8(0. Miss
were recent recipients -
: on any Committee and will continue through 'son; 2525 Orion, St. ; noted star.ill
The recording of Obsterectri, and Fete of a baby shower Sandra tykes, club president -
of the Barracks. Friday June 14. (irl. be accompanied by two Oynecoloey said tickets may be

Plans and suggestionswill Kindergarten classes will 'Mrand Mrs. Charlie Walker of Jacksonville's, put.standing'groupswtheFon.- ,\ graduate of ctantonis following the birth of asecured from chJb rerfrers
Scheduled Bon, Franklin D. P. BP ll
Sunday
be made pointing up['begin June 10 and for' ; 2914 Begonia Road; Senior High School and '
'Girl. I I. on May 2 I the National Conventionto I from one through of Jubilee and the Golde> I Tillotson College, tustin,
Mrs. Farah Jane Alison couple received many attract * *
and Willie Den-
be held in Detroit nine classes will begin I Mr. Mrs. Jubilee Gospel Fingers. Texas. Pre Pavis is
will observe her 9th i !vp. end useful rifts
Michigan.+ Sept 22-26. June 17. son; 1182 Steele Ct. ; Boy. Pev. Murray and the 12th:I >married to the former! anniversary soloist .
as a
Hour Prayer Band will also I Myrtle 'Puth Anderson of Sunday, June 16 et 8 p.a. --now itS
BIRTHSLeroy feature 'the T h> Pepsifbi'
r program. e.Oakland. Calif They have in Mt. Morlah Baptist

public is invited. one son. Prayne V nler. Church..

Dunnell 803 W. Club's aged five years. the those
Monroe St. 37 and Henry MembershipBooks 'pnearing on program who WJ.i
Beach Tour will be: Traveling Stars
Mae McGill. 803 W. Monroe
Still Open Celestial Singers and think youn&
Street. 29.
How rhoir 3 of Abyssinia Bap-
many years Robt. Lee Simmons 1306 The Golden Crown Clubwill t tist Church will sponsor a others. '!rs. Luvile Baker

Cleveland St. 21 and Iona hold regular weekl trip to American Beach will serve ts mistress of

b.eloJreFather's r. S. Faison, 1306 Cleveland meeting on Wednesdaynights Friday night June 14. ceremonies and Mrs. Car-
Street. 33. at 8:30 o'clock: rie Locket will be guest
Ruses will leave the
I Day Walter A. Spann. 3628 rddie L. foserond. president :. church at 8 o'clock soloist

Basil Rd., 19 and Patricia announced. The boots: L
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were! 'fathers: enjoyinjGordon's Cummings 1846 Helene St.. are open for new members
who have until July 1st to
20.Odell
( I ? Cob 1524 McCoy take advantage of reduced -
Blvd. 24 and Bernice membership fees L 4

Gordon. 409 Copeland St. Clifford Williams is vice Nff
18. president. :


Exactly HI. For Alexander Gordon You Don t Have to Go to Town to Get _
introduced his remarkable gin to London's _

fathers way back in 1769.The first official

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Indeed, it is the tygest- /! 9 With Your Neighborhood Drug Store F &:!!:::
selling gin in all of IE WILL MEET ANY PRICES ADV. IN YOUR LOCAL PAPERS.

England, America, the We Deliver-Ve Also Pill All nl tors' Prescriptions Her mother or her sister?

world Probably because

it still harks back -; Dixie Pharmacy BOTH ENJOY YOUTHFUL NATURAL.LOOKING HAIR COLOR

to Mr.Gordon's original D1ST 11ED
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found reason to tamper 1302 Rises Bid at Myrtle Aiem gray hair insist on the long-lasting haircolorin
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lit St. John Baptist Church To Host Annual Association Session 160th




" Weftlafi Presbyterian Too Theology Awardee Billy Heal Slates

1 AHHHI! Coisviitkm Gets CHURCH

CHURCH NOTES \ June 16 Program 4

BY L.N. PEARSON SR.
Underway Here June 19-23
Billy E. Beal musician,
Friday, June 14th, the
: will celebrate his first
By ALBERTA WILLIAMS
United Presbyterian Choir I anniversary June 16 at NEWS

will rehearse in the Hut 8 p.m. in the auditoriumof
3 Officials and members will be in four-day ses-
at 8 p.m. All members are Grace Baptist Church. _
sion here June 19-23 at St. John Baptist Church
when the District Sunday School and Baptist Young asked to present. Beal is a member of District 35 of Mt. Ararat Baptist Church will

Peoples Union of the East Florida and Bethany Sunday June 16, Church- Grace Baptist Church, sponsor a Musical Tea June 16, at the 2-G COBBfenity I
School begins at 10 d clock serving as organist and
Baptist Association convene in their 60th annual Center, 29th and Chase Streets. Appearingon
\ director and choirs 2 and
min the George
convention. Rev. W. M. Hill is the moderator and a. program will be Mrs. Quenella Frazier Randy

I Rev. A. J. Hughes, host pastor. Washington Carver Elementary 4 and organist of choir 1 Matthew, Mr. and Mrs. James Burden. Mrs. Juanita

Departmental official "' School 2854 W. 45th the sponsor of the anni- McClendon. Mrs. Lois Hagan and the West 8nie. .....
Street with T.V. Huger. versary program.He .
y Gospel Singers."W
who will be on hand to
in also serves as instructor -
superintendent charge. I
supervise the various activities -
The Morning-worship ser- of music and .........................
will include:
vice begins at 10:55 a.m. education at Cooper's t
Deacon W. G. Patterson,
president of the Sunday with Rev. F.D. Wilson, Academy. The Pulpit Aid Board of St. Stephens AME Church

school; Mrs. A.L. Finder, pastor bringing the Appearing on the program will spinsor its annual tea June 16 in the dining

vice president; Kiss Ruth h;. message, supported by the will be the Union Gospel room of the church from 4 to 6 p.m.-. (

L. Colton financial sec United Presbyterian Choir r I- singers, Charlie Sledge, o .. '.' .,..0__.....

a with C.E. Simmons Jr. at the Fxcelsior Singers ....i..i..i.e.s...
retary; Peacon A. Heard, 1 ,
the piano.Sunday Mrs. Flnora Clipper. Mrs.
president Deacon M. Mann,
vice president, Mrs. D.Burrus June 16, Irving J. REV. GEORGE A. PRICE (right) is shown Rosa L. Boykins, Mrs. District 16 of Mt. Ararat Baptist Church will i
=
Ferguson Celestine Ways the Fast-
financial secre- our church receiving the School of Theology highest sponsor a Summer Tea June 16, at the home of Mr. ,
side Male Chorus, the
photographer will be pre-
and Mrs. John Bonds 810 Nada Lane.
'rlUo' sent to make pictures for academic award from Dean Charles Williams Zionettes and others. !

,..f7A our church records of all during the recent commencement exercisesat The program will be announced ......................... ,

our church organizationswho and invitationshave
C 3RFY. Edward Waters College. Rev. Mr. Priceis been extended to the
are available and Auxiliary 2 of Grant Memorial AME Church will !

E. P.. SIMPSON ready immediately after a member of St. Matthew Baptist Church public to attend. sponsor a Father's Day Tea June 16, at 4 p.m. in i
llson. Pev. L.H. King and
morning service. The which is located on West 28th Street. the home of Mrs. Elizaba th Debose. 324 W. 18th
Mt. Ararat
Pev. I..M. Jones. Rev. 8.F. Chorus
United choir is asked to Street Miss Areatha Johnson. Mrs. Verdia Bradley f

Johnson.Addison and Pev. Daniel make black robes their Sunday.pictures in Simpson Pastor Baptist Program Plans MusicaleThe will, Mrs.appear Hazel on the Jenkins program.and Mrs. Lucille Baines j

Rev. I,. T. Clayton will
Wednesday June.19th, beginning Attending Confab Male Chorus of Mt.

deliver the sermon with at 7:30 p.m. Elder Areowide RevivalThe Ararat Baptist Church ......................... J
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I Pev. David Johnson -- 1
C as A.B. Coleman and Deacon Florida Annual Con will present a mammoth
alternate Saturday morning
Daisy Dixon will conduct ference will convene at _. t musical extravaganza June The 92nd anniversary of the Spring Hill Baptist I

Ii"v. ,. J. HUGIIFF Prayer Service in the Hut. Gainesville June 12th 17 at 8:30 p.m. in the Church and the 16th for the pastor. Rev. C. C.

tar), and Mrs. P.B. Aaron, Jesus Christ is my rock-- through 16th. The minister hnt auditorium of the church. Brown, will terminate June 16 at 3 p.m. Refresh- I

treasurer, respectively of today and forever. Joshua Peddick, Some of the participantsare ments Willie served at the close of the ob- 1

along with his lay delegate : Choir 2 of Greater servance. '
the BYFU. Revival Meeting
Also Mrs P. smith Walter Jones will Shiloh Baptist Palatka; 1

general recording secretary Scheduled For leave on Wednesday morn- .:Q.i Shiloh male chorus of .........................

Pev. C.L. Culver, ing, to return Sunday x First African Baptist,

executive board chairmen First TimothyThe afternoon. Many of Simp- male chorus of Green First New Zion Baptist Church will hold its I

Miss J. Daniels, secre- son's youth will leave Cove Springs, the Haw- annual observance of Women's Day June 30. Chairman "
Rev. ..W. Whiteheadof for the conference Fri- thone male chorus, Gos- '
tary of the board Pev. A. r.. and co-chairman for the observance are Mrs.
Savannah Ga. will con- day. Miss Fmerelle Mc- pel Echoes, Mrs. Mary .
and Williams
J. Hughes, music director, pastola Clayton Mrs Mary re- I
duct a Ten-nights Revival Nair, president will lead Goodman, Mrs. Essie Mae spectively.
and Miss D. Raith.pianist. I
Meeting at the First the youth delegation.They Thomas, Female chorus of .. I
The pre-convention session -
Timothy Baptist Church, will return Sunday Zion Hope Baotist and .........................
will start at 8 "
p.m. i1PC 'NNI!. L. HUFF 1357 Hart Street Beginning afternoon also. others.A ,
Thursday's ses-
Wednesday.
.
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sion will start at 9:30 with devotional service?r June the 24th through Those who will not go special invitation is District 2 of Friendly Baptist Church will sponsor -.

a.m. and will close at :.at 10 a.m. ,July the 5th. to Gainesville on Sundayare being extended to the an outing to American Beach June 23. The bus

Pev. J.C. Rams, pastor Rev. Whitehead is known urged to attend wor- REV. COLEMAN public to be present.Pallbearers will leave the church at 8 p.m. I

of Second Baptist Church throughout the country as ship services at Simpson

and President of the one of the greatest gos- Sunday morning 11:00 and Rev. A.B. Coleman Meeting .........................

Florida State Progressive pel preacher of all times. Sunday evening 6:00. Con- minister of.Shiloh Metro-

Baptist Association will The host pastor, Rev. R. ducting services Sunday politan Baptist Church, Districts 4 and 14 of First Corinth Baptist J
L. Smith has extended Slated SundayAll
an morning will be one of
will be host to the City- Church will sponsor an outing to American Beach

Invitation to the publicto the local_ministers, Pev.. wid .Revival schedule forJune2330r June 25. The bus. will. leave .the church. "Madison* .,
attend Service will S.1L Vialett. The RevV o3!; lodges of the Grand
in Fhiloh.
and Duval Streets at 9 a.m.
ybFAcN | begin nightly, at 8:00 p.m. Nathaniel Toplin, minis- The Union Pallbearers will
revival is sponsoredby
ter of St. Luke AMR the Baptist Ministers meet together at St. Paul Dining Car Employees Schedule

z I Worship Services Church Alachua Florida, Brotherhood of Duval and AME Church, 13th Street 25th t Annual Memorial Services
and
Myrtle Avenue, June
will deliver the sermon.
adjacent counties. Rev.
Sunday services at The minister of the R.L. Jones is presidentand 16 at 3 p.m. for the 65th Rev. R. A. King, pastor, will deliver the ser- I
[ Jerusalem
Church
Baptist
anniversary celebration. mon when the Dining Car
church will be in chargeof Rev. R.H. Wilson is employees,observe their
i I will begin with the Sunday the evening serviceat chairman of the revical Lodges expected to be 25th annual anniversary Memorial Services Sunday,
School at 9:30
a.m. withv.P. 6 present are: Lodges 109, June 16 at 6:30 p.m. in Payne Chapel AME Church,
: G.". F.TTFFFCN! p.Da.Gospel committee.The .
W/CYAN \. HFAPD Singletary, superintendent -
1P9 191 192 211 218, 1230 E. 23rd Street. I
noontine reconvening at* deliver the Sunday morning in charge. theme of the revival 215. 222. 228. 229. 224. Special guests will be ,
.jj.... .... '
2 and Echoes is "The Outreachof *" *' *
closing at 3 will
Activities Morning will begin
p.m.> message. worship 216 225 and 192. Dining Car Department of-

The evening activitieswill i begin with Sunday Schoolat at 11 o'clock and l the church in its V.IT. Edwards, council ficials of the Atlantic

start at 7:30: p.m. 9:30 a.m. Dinner will evening worship begins at passion for Souls." president has announced Coastline Railroad, J.B.

Friday s program; BYFtay !. follow the morning serf 6 o' cl ck. Observe AnniversaryProf. The revival preacherwill that a well planned pro- Marshall general superin- j.Hr

starts at 9:30 a.re. vices and at 2:20 p.m. District 5 will sponsor a be Dr. Ceasar Clark, gram has been arranged.The tendent.

and the attendees engagein j PPV. w.C. Mitchell wit!I sightseeing tour to Lake James Cleveland minister of the Good public is invited. A special tribute will be
:Vales minister of music, will Street Baptist Church of
a workshop conducted In r Pev. J.C. Pogers as alter- Florida July 4. given to the late OliverJ.
be a special guest en the' Dallas, Texas.
President:! Alexander Heard I nate. will deliver th Those, desirinjg- _further' Duffin, the organization's 3' .
15th anniversary programof i Dr. Clark is editor off Society Completes
at 10:45: a.m. Others participating sermon during the mis- information m-.y: contact founder and to

in the.daylong\ sion hour. Beacon William A. Toombs, the Gospel Echoes' o the National Baptist other deceased members. ; ,
this city June 16 at 8:30 i I Voice writer of Oriental
Plans
program will include Rev. leader, at FL 9-1271. Pev.tp For Others taking part duringthe i, '
p.m. in the Elks auditorium : Sidelights Sunday School
E.B. Simpson.:::: Rev. uR. 0 w. Jackson is pastor. program will include: :
!:
712 W. Duval St. commentary, published by II
Baby Contest William C. Brown, 'masterof ;
Appearing on the program. the Sunday School Pub-
ceremonies; Gabriel
will be the Cleveland t listing, Board!_ : of the A.baby contest betweenthe
the
Hopkins, Payne Chapel
SALE GOOD Singers of Los Angeles,_ National'Baptist Convention missionary society of
choir A.P. Rogers, Rev. "THE KID THAT'STALWAYS
Calif., The group has been U.S"A:','''Inc. and Philadelphia Baptist and
L.J. Coleman C.O.
Bolt
ALL WEEKJUNE seen and heard on the t director of the Endowment Choir 1 of lit. Vernon AROUND" j
L. Davis, Mrs. Lucile
Sunday morning televisionshow Campaign of Bishop Col- Baptist Church will
Wallace Mrs. Callie Down- M. C. Tremble
12-JUNE 16 "TV Gospel Time." lege. terminate June 17 at Mt.
ing F.L. Harris F.C. calls himself and its
2 DISCOUNT STORES: The Gospel Echoes is one Dr. Po.1f. Puryear, president Vernon. Lindsay. true. ,He's always around

830 Cossat Ave. of the most familiar I of Florida Normal The Philadelphia con-
Also I. Nunn Layton when you need the con
1824 W. Beaver St. singing groups in the: College, will be revival testants are: Renee Weston S. Harper. Frank venience of a ride IB his

U.S. 90 Nu Stecktell state. These singers have lecturer and will be Davis, daughter of Mr'
Jackson Little Fannie New Deal cab 1166. Day. InThe
appeared on various local heard at the morning ses- and Mrs. Columbus and
Fanpson, T.R. Lowery : two years that-be bas
BAR B QUE TIME AT PREMIERFLORIDA programs and traveled extensively sion schedule to begin at Graham
in and out of Levitis Jr.. son- Mrs. M. L. Breaker Miss been driving his New Deal
10 a.m. The night ses- Levitis
of Mr. and Mrs.
Betty Davis, A.L. Johnson, Cab around Jacksonville he
the state of Florida.
siins will begin at 7:30.A .
Vernon
Graham Sr. Mt.
GRADE "A"FRYERS W.D. Witzell, F.lmore T. has built up a good recordas
These singers have been city wide choir composed contestants are: Deborah
Arveille, Mrs. Oladean a courteous driver.
LB.25C heard over a local radio of soloists and Ann Mack daughter of
Bryant; Pev. S. B. Bennett, Folks who have ridden with {
station for the past 15 1 members of the participating Mr. and Mrs. willie L.
Pev. L.J. Perkins, Rev. M. M.C. know that they can
years. church choirs, Mack and Emory C. Lewis
/. Shell F. McCoy and depyad on bin to..._the
MEATY BARBQUESPARE Local groups scheduled to will furnish the music Jr.. son of Mr. and Mrs.
closing remarks by FeT.R. to where they want to coon
appear on the anniversary for the meetings. Emory r.. Lewis Sr.
LB 29cGGUS .A. King. time.
RIBS program are the Celestial
Mr. Tremble and his wife
Singers and the Bivins MAGNOLIA OAKDEJT s FIRST DRUG STOKE:!
Mt. Pisgah Presents Hester are real pre 4 oX
Specials._ Mer VOl'S their )
FLA. Pharmacy three children,

Doz.35c Church School Musicale June 16th t tr 2735 WEST EDGEffOOD AVENUE their five year. old
daughter, Swea *ad their
AnnouncesRegistration The usher board of .Mt. tree Pick Up & Delivery Service: two-year old twin seas,

Pisgah AYE Church of Atlantic Prescriptions and Other Drug Items Marvin and Melvia. The

STEWING T-T BRANDHENS $ 00 Date Beach has planned a J Please Dial PO 5-4485 or PO 5-1582 Tremble family lives at

2 HENS A.,,wf. 1 Registration for the musical program for 8 p.m. Store Motto : 1922 Harde sad attead the

SU*. Vacation Bible School at June 16 in the auditoron -LET US PILL YOUR NEXT PRESCRIPTION First Baptist Cfcarca. M.C.

Mt. Tabor Baptist Church of the church that will be I. D. Harris, Rag. Pharm. is a sports lover ad his

FLA.GRADE"A" will be held June 17 from one of the highlights of Idea of relaxing after

CHICKEN PARTS .. ...... ..:... S 9 a.a. to noon. the music season at the ROYAL ART STUDIO work Is watchimg boxing
The theme this is
year Beach. and Baseball oa T.V.

LEGS & BREASTS .... 3 LIS. "Working Together. Mr&. Annie Ruth Davis, 515 DAY1S STREET Next time you dialEL

Parents have been requested president of the board bar'
4-1611
TENDER ttRST CUTSPORK Order Ksv at Rdiced Prices ask for II.C.
to send their announced the appearanceof Tremble Mel His Nw Deal

CHOPS ...p..... .. 3 us. children out to the Freddie Davis and the PHOTO CARDS Cab 1166 Day.

SMOKED SLAB OR SLICEDBACON school off, time. Heavenly Star Spiritual lJ4iyid.als a.By Graps ClibBtA'CI
Officers of the school Singers. Mrs. Davis is: I a. .... N W.stb ... It...
.3: b.... thaw .. S n4. .
......... ... ... . .. . .. us. will be Jason Barr Sunday Inviting friends and music I WRITE COLOR Lts at ':JO ..+ Clu y..n.*l r*4,

MEATY School superintendent l ':ers from Jacksonvilleto SEPIATOHE fuwp.t Kt. K.ishl.NEW .

Miss I.M. Fleming, supervisor come down to Atlantic:

TURKEY NECKS . .. 6 us. : Mrs. Bernice Hol- 'Beach Sunday and enjoy an : Quality Photographs DEAL "-

li day. Miss Lerline evening of spiritual

Witch the WwWs Greatest Gs H! Stars Fields, Miss H. Preston feasting. She Is also CRiRCRES-WEBBlXfiS-SeCIALS CAB COMPANY

and Miss B. Lewis, assis- asking the support of the
WJXT ChMitl 4 Every Simhiy f:30 Dial EL 4-1834
tants. many: friends at the Beach. 1lNKS1. m a nut f


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I .iuicide Attempt Will Enter PoolsATLANTA

; CHICAGO (ANP) Jazz
Ahmad Jamal. 32, (AMP) TWO
pianist 4q
2
IF. r l x .,g apparently disillusionediy A.F. Academy Southern cities, Atlanta,

several recent set Ga. and Durban, N. C.
rt
LOS ANGELES (ANP) -
lacks in his personal last week &QBOttBced they
: I Ir'iL William Earle Straw 17,
affairs, attempted 1 were opening public
; : and! business son of Mr. and Mrs. Bret
suicide last swimming pools to all
E. Straw, has been noti-
. reek. persons on a nondiscriminatory -
fied by Congressman
found uncon- ; basis in response -
Jamal was
Charles H. Wilson that he
at the to a court order
I scious in his room
has been accepted for
Hotel and Negro desegregation
Cs I Sheraton-Chicago I entrance to the United
__ from what police described States Air Force Academy. demands.In .
Atlanta, Mayor Ivan
as an apparent
I Straw won the appoint-
suicide attempt. 'Empty Allen Jr. Issued the
ment in competition with
I
t bottles of sleeping pills .,.. a number of applicants. following statement:
were 'The Parks Department
and barbiturate r. He Is Boy's League vice
found in his room. along advises me that the Atlanta -
of Washington
rresiJdeOjt
note. public swimming
with a
High School and will
He was rushed to Wesley pools will be availablefor
graduate this month. The
Memorial Hospital where use beginning at
future Falcon has also
later ills condition was A GENTLE AND BRAVE WARRIOR -- Author Sarah made quite a name for 9 a.m. Wednesday, June

: reported as satisfactory. Patton Boyle ( "The Desegregated Heart") himself in track and 12.
Jamal has had a numberof "In keeping with last
L reverses in 'recent was honored, along with Georgia State field at the school. year's court decision,

CITATION---Dr. J. W. Riley, second from left Head of the Department of History months i including Senator Leroy Johnson. Here Mrs. Boyle receives the pools will be open to
at Florida A. and M. University admires award being shown by Florida estrangement from his Little Rock School all citizens of Atlanta.A .

State Teachers Association Executive Secretary Dr. Gilbert Porter. The plaquewas w' fee her citation from Bishop Stephen federal Judge had

presented to Scrlpto, incorporated by the Florida State Teachers Associa- His first major setback Gill Spottswood, Chairman of the NAACP's Drive Being Pushed ordered the pools desegregated -

tion for their educational exhibit saluting the Emancipation Centennial shown came when a fashionable National Board of Directors. LITTLE ROCK (AMP) last year

recently during the FSTA Convention in Miami, Florida. Looking on are L. Paul nightclub he had opened (Bagwell Photo) Valley A. Branton attorney after the city and Negro
I Banks and Clinton Moon of BANKS-MOON & ASSOCIATES who are Negro market repre- here, called the Alhambra for the Negro plaintiffs signed a con-

sentatives for Scripto Pen Company shuttered for lack plaintiffs in the Little sent decree. But it was
Jax Coed
of business. The club, Rock school desegregation too late in the season
Tenn. CollegeDesegregates
where choice Middle- case, wrote to the then to implement the
I Federal Job Openings Being Surveyed Court Rules Out Eastern dishes were School Board's attorneylast order.in .

served vp along with the week urging desegre- Durham five pools
By U. S. Civil i Service Teams, s'f Funds For Biased music of the Jamal trio, tation of the elementary previously operated on a
was a fulfillment of thepianist's CHATANOOGA Tenn. (ANP) schools and hinting that segregated basis of four
f WASHINGTON, D. ---The U. S. Civil Ser- Negroes enrolled last
i, School BuildingsAUSTIN dream.. he might be considering for whites and one for
vice Commission announced last week that week for the first time
After
it closed Jamal further legal steps if Negroes were to be de-
five-men teams of its representatives, at the University of
-- (ANP) -- The leased
it to
a Chicago they are not desegre- segregated. The actionwas
,
acting under direction of CSC s Atlanta Chatanooga. There were
Austin
Court of Civil businessman who renamedit gated. taken by the City
regional director, Hammond .Smith, ,, will, Appeals held last ,week the Jas Mahal. But no incidents. The School Board has Council upon the recom-

visit a series of communities to assure that a school district before long Jamal and A spokesman said the taken no public noticeof mendation of the city

that full opportunity is given to all cannqt spend bond issue the new proprietor were V I number of Negroes who the letter. Recreation Advisory Committee -
citizens to compete for Federal to build -' l1 registered was not known
po money segregated in court battling over ', "><.- Branton sent the letterto following demandsby
v '"'
sitions.The schools.The -., "' Immediately.
the terms of the lease. Herschell H. Friday Jr Negroes.At .
teams thei'' case was called a I On top of all this, the v It was announced last the time, a bi-
begin :spect Civil Service Examining FAMD OED USING LIBRARY with copies to Everett sane
work this week in Jackson, operations in the major step by Hamilton club caught fire. How- FACILITY---Mi- February that the pri- Tucker Jr., president of racial committee appointed -

Miss. Montgomery. Ala. varloiis} Federal agencies Lowe Austin attorney fora ever, it was not badly crofilms are indi- vately operated uni- the Board, and Superintendent by the mayor was
group 'of Georgetown i damaged and is still in versity would admit to meet to consider demands -
and Nashville About
Tenn.
Par-
particularly with a view spensable to the serious Floyd f.
residents seeking to stop the.middle cf June, similar
to making sure that Information researcher at FloridaA. sons.
construction, a new Negro Jamal broke up his famed Rummer session "without total desegregation.suit. .
teams will visit Albany
about these examinations and M. University.Here Friday said he would
school. 1 1 brio to after the unfortunate regard to race, color or
Ga. Savannah, Ga., to Branton' let-
is widely circulated Mrs. Joyce Bodie reply s
In arguments before the : club venture, creed, provided that
Raleigh-Durham, N.C., ant ''and reaches all Bad ger, a sophomore ter but he did not think Parsons and Tucker
appeals court Lowe said 'but reformed it later. A academic requirementswere
Greensboro, N.C. Further]' segments of the community. library service majnr it would be proper to had no consent.
:famous and successful recording met.There .
a decision in favor of
I visits may be schedule)I Where necessary, they from Jacksonville, uses discuss what his answer Branton now lives at
desegregated schools will < artist, Jamal are no Negro
for mid-July tc additional will initiate action to the microfilm reader to would be because it Atlanta, where he is in
make it clear that "it i still commands a good income undergraduates at the
cities. Insure effectiveness of complete a research might be construed as charge of a voter regis-
is contrary to the law of < from the royalties school..
In working to strengthen such notification. They project. comment on a pending law- tration drive.
if his record sales.
the land. to spend public
the equal opportunity
pro
will also make sure that
in Federal establishments funds, to perpetuateracial
gram
positive recruitment efforts -
"
the teams will meet to fill vacancies In segregation. \
bond issue of $525,000WAS
A
with local installation Federal positions are such '
header at, the beginning oi.-as to-reach: ail citizens. authorized in a July ., .BIRMINGHAM
each-visit. They wiP in- 7. 1962. electronFor
Farlier, the Commission "purchase constructionand
took action in Birmingham.Ala. .
I repair and equipping
to assure that the
public free school build
WHY PAY MOREWHENYOUCANT opportunity to competefor ings."

existing Federal job The opinion said the
THE COST OF LEGAL DEFENSE
vacancies is made availa- board made plans to erecta
ble, through pub-
proper new Junior high school
BUY BETTER licity and recruiting to for white pupils exclu-

all citizens who wish to sively and to expand the IN ALABAMA, THE N.A.A.C.P. .
apply. white high school facili-
Jn..All,.such, s ,tns>,t}9ns, tied to which Negro children LEGAL DEFENSE FUND IS.. .'

the Commission said, are not admittedand of the citizens in
Defending every one 2,497 Negro: jailed Birminghamfor
agencies having vacancies entirelynew
erect
to an
will make their selectionsfrom segregated Negro peaceful protest against segregation; .

among th cse qualifiedin high school. Appealing the convictions of Rev. Martin Luther King, Jr. and 10

accordance with the There can be no Ques- Negro ministers sentenced to jail for criminal contempt;
regular rules and regula- that the school
tion but Defending the freedom walkers arrested when they sought to complete -
tions of the Civil Service board plans two school
Commission. according to the slain postman William Moore's walk to Mississippi;
system
F 0 R FULL EQUALITY I I
testimony members Representing parents of Negro school children seeking desegregationof

Alabama schools
; '

TASTE WHAT'S WAfPENED TX lEMOfi Aim LIME Representing the four Negro students seeking admission to the all- FOR NEGRO AMERICANS

white University of Alabama;

i Defending..in federal courts the rights of_the 1,100 Negro schoolchildren

2 POWDERS 5 GO v 1 in Birmingham who were suspended from school for participating The N.A.A.C.P.: Legal Defense
j. and Educational Fund has fought
in demonstrations against segregation.
in the courts since 1940 to secure

12 POWDERS 25 Teem'TEEM' OUR DEFENSE OF THESE NEGRO CITIZENS for Negro Americans the rights

CONSTITUTES THE MOST MASSIVE LEGAL guaranteed them by the constitution
24 POWDERS 49;: and laws of the United States,

every OPERATION ever attempted in a single American city. We will but denied in practice.

tingling persist in our defense of any Negro citizen who, through non-violent

Goodu'sHEftpACHt L, time! action, asserts his rights as an American. Legal Action is Costly:A single low I

M YIt 0 THROUGHOUT THE SOUTH THE N.A.A.C.P.s it to secure the constitutional t
POWDERS rights of emergencies cost
WfSi CUlft COMPANT MAKES tCt-ClE AH TEEM-THAT S WBT 1 s <0 GOOI> LEGAL DEFENSE FUND IS... tens of thousands of doHars.may

Defending more than 3,000 students convicted of sitting.in and like

demonstrations; the Fund has won important United States Supreme It took Fund lawyers 18 month

Court cases upholding the rights of these students, including the crucial of court action, at a cost of mere

decisions of May 20, 1963; than$43,000.00 to secure the admission .
of James Meredith .the
to
in 60 school suits in
Representing Negro plaintiffs desegregation University i: of Mississippi.i

every major southern city;

Negro who seek to facilities of all
MARKETS Representing plaintiffs use public
Legal I action In defense of cfvH I
SUPER types transportation, parks, libraries, auditoriums, hospitals, etc. rights of Negroes must be financed 1

on a non-racial basis. by voluntary contribution

of concerned citizens. The Fund
Large Size CENTER CUT WESTERN THE STRUGGLE IS OURS for if we fail to make our. budget must cover the coot of

constitutional rights a reality in Birmingham, Mississippi, or anywhere 95% of all civil rights I tin ;&tlaJl

AS 050 L Pork 5ge first the class south citizen., every American Negro suffers in his efforts to become a In the country. I


CHOPS Legal cost in Birmingham and in more than 100 other cases will exceed "J'

Mil 1 with $5.00 or more food order Ib. ONE MILLION DOLLARS in 19631!

WE NEED YOUR FINANCIAL HELP l j-w

450 Chuck 39C

VEGETOLE N.A.A.C.P.10 Columbus Legal Circle Deftnse, N.w and York Educational 19, New York Fund, Inc. N "&".\ A. C..P. LEGAL DEFENSE

3 Ib. can ROAST lb. I wish to help In the defense of the Kigro finns of Birminghtm. AND EDUCATIONAL FUND, IN C.

JIM. MMIY FRESH GREEN BUCKEYE Enclosed find my contribution of$ I 10 COLUMBUS CIRCLE NEW YORK 19, N. Y.

Nam. _.,,......................... ... .. U04O' .....__ '. Jack Gceenbexg> Dtrector-Coxnitl Constance Baker Motley, AtMtA Coinut

Address ___ ............................ JU. OJ ,,,-,.; STAFF COUNSEL
PEAS lb.10C CONTRIBUTIONS ARE TAX DEDUCE B!. James M.Ntbrit,III NofmanAmaker Prank Heron Defridc M,Jfc
ESM'EAL'25
"" MAKE CHECKS PAYABLE TO N.AA.C.P.LEGAL DEFENSE Michael Melttner Leroy dark George Smith ..

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d'l/lr-
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... : 'f' t annually looked-forward-to-event this week
.A, ; t when the Tequilla Club presented its annual
Coronation Ball Monday night in Duval County
t Armory. Highlight of the event was the annual
crowning of the king and queen and winners in
the vaunted top positions. in photc 1. Mrs.
Jem Moore was runnerup in the queen's race.
I II 'j .: w Photo 2. Mrs. Pearl Williams. Queen Shirley
I V r Stevens and his majesty Eugene Clark pose
regally with their awards. Mrs. Hattie Thompson -

third place awardee,:,posfsjn photo,, ., qty
does Mrs in 5th ..
as ; ViatQria: : :pas; piijp. .
: Standing from left in phpto 6 are: Mesdames
9 4 E Sarah Hood, Lola Graham, Dorothy Scott, Fppie
1 t1 ,A ''' Mae Scott Maggie White, Catherine Benjaminand
Emma Sparrow. Seated from left: Mr. and
a Mrs. Hezekiah Smith Mrs. Lillian Wilson, Mr.

<. : = I and Mrs. John Collins Mr. and Mrs. John wal-
y F lace. Pix 7 from left: Mesdames Essie Morris,
Florence Lassiter Currie S. Thomas and Annie
4"f Ruth Sims. Miss Ruth Smith fourth place

winner accompanied by Willie Brown proudly

holds fourth place f.\ ar.ds., t'hI' .ber.. A sea,#*d: .' ".
.. ic i ? R.V. Daniels. Miss Cornelia Devoe, Mr. ,and
Mrs. Cornelius Smith. Standing, Mr. and Mrs.
1 J.L. Kirby. Pix 10, seated from left: Mes-
: dames Catherine Shaw Mary A. Jenkins)
: 4 f.I Dorothy Jackson Vinona Neneer and Jacqueline

Smith. Standing from left: Cleophus Wilson
: Isaiah Glover P.M. Wilson, W.C. Scott and
i James Collins. Photo 11, standing fro left:
: b. : 3: a .. Mrs. Dorothy Wilkes Mrs. Lorine Holmes
f.'l I ; ;- i Junior Holmes. Seated fro left: Mrs. Mary A.
4 h Wilson Mrs. Kaicie Hughes L.B. Hannon and
i.a f' : fi.a3 4 Mrs. Ophelia Lanier. --Pix: Zt-: 4taad iRe .fr.cn,'
i. and Mrs. Betty JIJNUI
left: Miss Jean Jenkin ,
Pinkney. Seated from left. Mrs. Mary Prances

Trotter. Johnny McRant Miss Elizabethan

Pinckney.
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f r' Sign Of Progress Choir SchedulesChoir St. John Baptist Meets Sunday Sponsors.. J:4 .

T.II. .ga College 3 of Abyssinia Services commemorating The rnrlstian Fndeavor The Better Garden Circle will bM.11.' a fiirrl.tT';
E "Ii : Baptist Church will Pev. Joe Calhoun' in- Hour will convene at Tea June 30 in the home of Mr. aid 'M r a. Joe
I
"From which no one may be barred on II' II celebrate its anni- stallation are being Fountain Chapel AMF Church Young 2202 Myrtle Ave. from 4 to 6 p..,
Jessie Street at 3 .
c account of versary June 19 in the observed this week at p.m.
race or solo : church's cain auditorium St. John Baptist Church June 16. .........................
The theme for the session -
Orange Park.
Already scheduled to
A Co-educational Institution appear on the programare Friday night. June 14 is "The Church'/ : j :, I
: services are to be con which will be discussed bya ,HEN: ftl; ARE; .ftl ,;:
Founded 1867 At Talladega Ala. panel of youth from .
Mrs. Laura Harris of ducted by Pev. L. lie- H '
Chartered in 1869 Oueen of Royal Taber- Payne, Chapel St. Stephens
Fmanuel Baptist Church; Ton Seek The Best Doctor 1
New St. James and Fountain
38P Miss Yebella Scott nacle along with his When Your Doctor Preterites .
Chapel. Music
will befurnished
; Fully Accredited Four Year Liberal ; ., \L, f Eastside Hale Chorus choirs ushers officersand Get BxperleBced Pharmacists
Arts "' "'- by Fountain
and many others. Rev. congregation. All : ...According to yocr Doctor*
M EE TINt, ,) Chapel Choir. I:1 _
Program Makes
Talladega Famous Smith of Trinity Baptist members planning on ; Orders. We Urns Oniy TksBe&t

For The Success of I Its GraduatesIn u..ID fl1h; Church will be the Joining the calvacadeare Waller To Host Dr. C. E. BlackProprietor . Quality Dras, ,* ..
CITY DEMOCRATIC Committeeman principal speaker. requested to be at Falter Memorial AKE: Zion '" '; '' ';;1','.
t advanced Studies and Professions J. S. Gen- Church. 1012 Madison -
the church at 7 p.w. 1
Gospel ProgramElder 3 REGISTERED PHARMACISTS TO SERVE YOU
Throughout This Country And Abroad wright marvels at new The groups will leave will host a dual-musi a
e permanent monthly meeting Flax Howard pastor for orange Park at 7:15 cal e Sunday at 5 p.a. A COMPLETE LINE OP .
Member sign reminding pre- and Sister Rosetta o'clock. Services at St. with the Calvacade of Cosmetics Rubber 'GoldS.eM"" .*..1.*,
t Southern Assn. of Colleges And Schools e cinct members that the Cohen, are sponsoring a John will get underwayat Songs and the Sing Along PRESCRIPTIONS CALLED FOR AND DELIVERED -
United College Fund tine of monthly meetingsare gospel program featuringthe 8 r.... with Davis Youth Fingers
t every seconu Thursday Fdwardettes Monday present a concert in the
Plan Barbeque Party I
; I of the month. Thurs- night June 17 at Howard's church auditorium. Lilly's Drug .Store ;
Inquires to the I Registrar< : : ;,
day s June meeting Memorial First Born The Faniellon Social and l[ Prof. R. Clifford Pavis.

LJUress. Cohen T. Simpson launched 3-B precinct's Church Ni. 2, 1459 1!. Savings Club are spon. director will rehearse .!o-'
current theme Lightup Union St. All singing soring a Barbeque part r the youth group Saturday 1907 KINGS ROAD EL 3.8211
Administrator Cleanup campaign. groups are invited along Friday night. June 14 at; at 2 p.1L at falter Memo-
J (Royal Art Photo) with the general public 45th and Avenue B. rial. I

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tt Pictorial i Highlights Of Tallahassee Freedom Demonstrations : I


_. : Reprinted by Request For Tallahassee Residents

FAMU Co-ed: Tells.................
F" Florida A&M University students '- :; '. Local students cheer daeonst ratiofls.i .

. Tfc. Truth About dI jicket i in i front of the Florida and t' -. .. .

I Tillihasstft Dtmoistritiois State Theatres supported by MOO other {

EDITOR'S NOTE: The following account; of the ts.
Tallahassee demonstrations which has been studen ..
spearheaded by the Tallahassee Chapter of
Congress of Racial Equality was preparedby x ,r rr
Delorea Hodgins, a leader in the move ,
ment. She is a student at Florida A&M; Uni
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versity. 4

On Jan. 2, 19H3. marked the first demon- Y
stration at the Florida and State Theatre /1 k s
in Tallahassee Florida.
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Hundreds of FAMU's students, chanting.clapping .
and being non-violent marched
through Tallahassee's business district in
a massive demand for an end to segrega-
tion. Before the students left for the jAMEmcA
downtown area, they were instructed that
non-violence was our aim. They went with

them.this intention and it was carried out by .

Each time they would attempt to approachthe
ticket window of the Florida and State W _
Theatres, the lady who sold tickets was White spectators gather on opposite I f Demonstrators singing the "Freedom"
instructed to close the ticket window. The side to watch demonstrators. Most of son 9.
students then stood in line for about two
them were with their shirt tails
hours or more. Jeering white youths young
followed the students and stood on the out. PEhNEtSg
corners shouting names. There were about i
six students carrying picket signs which
read "Segregation is unconstitutional ,
Are ugly and iiLmr .. .
you an American" "Libertyand l\
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Justice for All.
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One afternoon about four _or five white '-. 3_ .; _: I' .. J
youths had picket signs and stepped in ,. '.0
front of our picketers to protest. The "" .
signs read Tvemeinbpr Ole Mississippi, the .

South Shall Rise Againand one more which L ,kn t
I do not recall. One white fellow carrieda '

rebel flae. Yet, the Negro demonstratorssaid :
nothing, they ignnrpd them. After the
white youths saw that no one was paying*
them any attention, they soon ceased. This .
incident took place at the Florida Students are escorted through jail I
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'The tre. __
@, gates after
One afternoon, after leaving the Florida Here, 'C eE, students are escorted to mass arrest

Theatre, the students left for the State jail I by local authorities. .
Theatre. One of the demonstrators had a ', I"141 '
dog which was chained and was lying on the 1 >' .

street corner bothering no one. A whiteman ." a .:q
came out of the State Theatre and : .
tried to take a picture of the dog and a ., : o t
girl demonstrator stepped in front of him.

At this particular time, he then pushedher 4. sr +:fIIt
aside and a Negro youth then tried to M -

take his picture pushing this girl. :The .
white man then kicked the Negro youth in

his abodmen slightly injuring him. ,
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From no where, many white youths came and !
began hitting the Negro youths. The police
then came and tried to break up the
fighting. The Negro demonstrators then
left and started on their way back to k
campus. On their way back to campus, the Stragedy movement students meet
policemen stopped many Negro youths and ,, ., f on campus to map out their i next
searched them. They found no weapons This is i the Negro church where the stradeav movement.
In several papers articles
whatsoever. from the second group of students ran into and
stated that they took weapons
a '
demonstrators, but we know nothing aboutit. were arrested This church is located '
During this particular incident at the about two or three blocks from the +#,
State Theatre, several white youths were #

i I Negro fighting youths with had their nothing.belt buckles After the,and Negro the campus. :: I : ____ :::4 4

later re- 4
searched, they were
youths were .. .
leased. However, no white youths were -' -" -- .-, .. .
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searched I believe and they were the ones : :,-- p:1
who had the weapons. The Negro demonstrators : .
then carne back on campus and hundreds ._ ;..

of FAMU students volunteered to return to
the theatres. There were about 400 stu- 11a
dents singing "Freedom! Freedom! Everybody -
/F/ wants freedom! freedom!" The demonstrators } :PT. IIII ti y T
f voluntarily dispersed about 7:30
p.m. The nearest thing to violence cane as
the demonstrators marched away from the
white theatre and many white youth:
followed them shouting''' insults. r, 1

At the end of the protest, whites were March, march, march Freedom
held back long enough for the demonstrators Freedom! freedom
to return to campus.
During the demonstrations before two PLANNING---Patricia Due, CORE "
white movie theatres three Episcopal Tallahassee leader is shown W !, I
Chaplains from FSU mingled with the whites planning the next move with a JI
and Negroes urging everyone to remain mixed group during a recent 9:', .
calm. mass meeting. _
Ben Rill is Photos Beasley) -- !-
Meanwhile. Circuit Judge by r ,[! \ '.
issued an order temporarily restrainingthe '"
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picketing and ordered the leaders of Et t >' (7o.
the demonstrations to appear in court at j I ..
3:00 p.m. to show why the order should not ._ S ,i '
be made permanent. The restraining order R
was directed towards Patricia StephensDue. 'I '
Policeman addressed -
However, the County Stephens"and '.
Patricia as Tercillia

Patricia Due did not show up in court f ".. '. .
because He did not address her correctly.On .i

May 30, 1963, about 200 students '
marched back to the theatres and were .'

arrested. They marched to jail with ','. /
dignity and they continued to sing "Free "
dom." The students did not mind going to '< 'r-r .
jail because they were going far a causea -- ; :i.i'",. ...4s:;.5* -.v,

cause for freedom, their rights, and for ,1.. ...'. ,, P.lt.S by Busier) t
their dignity.The raF'P:-- ..... I T' I
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policemen short- would not let them pass and
policemen About
ly arrest Patricia S. the threw tear gas on them. The students 00 People
Due and herded her to they Church and the
then ran in a near by Negro Glendale Social and Saving Charity Club
W. 18th St. left The
jail also. The Negro church and arrested Mr. and Mrs. Marx Reeves of 432
demonstrators were g policemen came in the the city last Saturday to spend their vacation will sponsor an Anniversary Tea Jra 30. at the
later released that some students.The in New York City visiting their four sons and 2 G CoEsunlty Center mb and Glue fltr/fts
beir restraining order which was issued other points of
night identified.after stated that there could be 18 pickets at their interest families.before They returning plan home.to visit .........................

Shortly after the 220 the Florida Theatre and 10 at the State
students were arrested Theatre and not to block the doors of the ......................... The White Rose Social Club will spOMOT, ft Sower
about 100 students attempted theatre or the adjacent doors. So far the Tea from 4 to 6 p.m. Jane 18. at the F er ation j
to go downtownto students have kept this order plus they Miss Cora L. Bodison. a Junior music major at Center. Third and lit. H.... SU_... -' i

see about their have been picketing everyday. Florida A. and II. University, will be presented. West in ......................... I
fellow FAMUANS-not to a recital Sunday. June 23. at 6:30 p.m at
demonstrate. The police Union Baptist Church Acorn and Logan Streets. i
April 4. 1589 St. Benedict the Moor, and Mrs. Auxiliary of Brevster Methodist' Hos-
of Ur. The Ladies
stopped these Miss Bodison is the daughter
PAMU
Cohen,
Ben a
students about four graduate. Negro saint, died. He was born in 1526] Rufus Bodison Sr. She will be featured in piano pital will sponsor a Patrotic Tea June 23 fro.
blocks from the |at San Fradella, Sicily. and flute selections. 4 to 6 P.O. at the hospital.
campus. Mien they attempted to go through,
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__ FLORIDA STAR SATURDAY liNE 15. 1K3 :.:. I
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westcoast spofflghtBy Biased Business Teen Talk *< ABY


L. I. Brock Brockenbury + Places ClosingsContemplated ROBIN FORRESTERHi

LIPSCCMB AND DAVIS--TWO EXTREME CASES .,c .
Teens! Parties are in the news. Everyone is

LOS ANGELES-ANP---One of life's great having one, but I'Ve seen so many girls just

sitting. We have to talk about this now; Here are
tragedies is that some men are able to Jf'" r7
< : .. :. some tips girls to help you avoid the wallflower ,.!
'i'Vf WASHINGTON (ANP) -
glean everything out of their existence, .. :!f .;.. ,. >..f.:' The United States post trap. Don't huddle together with a group* of
in few : cJi Office girls. Maybe one young man would like to ask you
seemingly, a short'years and when i. Department is
currently to be his partner, but the feminine crowd scene
they pass on, one has the feeling that r conducting
:: negotiations which could scares him off. Try standing or sitting near the

they surely have not missed anything that result in the removalof dance area, be yourself, and chances are it

E life has to offer. nearly 2.000 of its won't be long before you'll have yourself an in-
4 sub postal stations from vitation. Don't chatter too much girls. Once you
On the other hand there are others who : s :
premises in the South get a partner, remember boys have to concentrate

f perhaps live the same number of years but 1< which discriminate against while dancing especially if it's a fast number.

somehow miss much that life ,has to offer.: 4 the Negro. ., This does not mean you are to freeze and not say

This could not have been more dramatically ., 1j"0 > Current negotiationsare anything; a few pleasant remarks -. -
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centered around postal and yes or no are in order. Relax ',- I

projected than in the cases of the two sub-stations in while dancing. Some Teens think 1

late GREAT Negro athletes--GeneBig Daddy) \ Jackson Miss. located they are relaxed when actually they
; in drug stores, variety aren't. If you find yourself in
Lipscomb and Ernie Davis. stores etc. which dis- this position while waiting for an

criminate against the invitation, step to an open window .

....t..t.t..t.# Negro in its eating fa- and take a dozen deep brpathz.:

ARTIS BARRETT (left), and Pay Saddler, both members of Texas Southern Uni cilities. Never suggest while dancing that : r 6

versity's world record-breaking indoor one mile relay team present TSU President vCivil rights organiza- the boy try other steps than the j'

Ernie Davis was a college man, and Big Dr. S. M. Nabritt with an engraved desk set won in the recent Coliseum tions have asked the one he is doing. Maybe these are ROBIN
Post Office Departmentnot
Daddy Lispcomb finished his third year in Relays. to renew contracts the only ones he knows. This could be eabarrasing,
and you certainly would not get a second invitation -
I high school. Both were great football Negro Named Deputy with local business
Maryland College ,
Fishing License to dance from that boy Hope to see more of
players. All of Big Daddy's football years Assistant Secretary establishments containing you on the floor at the next teen-age dance. I
sub-station which caterto
Meets
N.C.A.A.
were spent in the National Football League Of Commerce Increase Due the Negro, but which For a peep at fashions---Nearly everyone is
wearing matched tennis shoes and skirt sets. They
.
with the exception of his high school SIOUX FALLS. S. D. A Saturday, June 15 refuse the Negro use of I
determined sextet of come in all the rainbow colors, stripes and
WASHINGTON -- (ANP) -- all the services provided -
seasons. Dr. Andrew F. Brimmer became athletes journeyed over TALLAHASSEE -- Florida by the establishment. flower designs. An assortment of denim and seer-

Big Daddy was a players type of player.He the first Negro to 2,000 miles on a bus to fishermen will find a one sucker wrap around skirts and culottes are t

was rough and mean while on the field occupy a secretarial post represent Maryland State dollar Increase on the new The organizations have popular among Teens. I've noticed a new culotte t
in the Department of Commerce College In the National fresh water fishing li- not only requested the skirt, it fits like a tennis skirt with a little

with no holds barred, but he always had last week, when he Association of Inter- cjnse which will be officially Post Office Departmentnot more swing time-teen 'style.

sympathy for the underdog. I think he wasa was sworn in as deputy as- collegiate Athletics track ori sale Saturday: to use facilitiesthat For sheer summer delight, try wearing dotted

I sistant secretary for and field championships. June 15, at offices of all contain discrimina swiss, in dacron or cotton. Saw one of our way
true gentleman but without the polishand
economic policy review, by The long ride did not mar county judges and their tory eating facilitiesbut out Teens in a sheer white cotton top with a red I

refinement of Davis. Commerce Secretary LutherH. th e spirits of the authorized sub-agents to also remove its cotton dotted swiss skirt and red belt.For the t

Davis was a gentleman in the fulest sense Hodges. athletes neither did it throughout the State. sub-stations from office really boss look, wear the rumper leg shorts, !

Brimmer, a Harvard Ph. D hurt their performances: fh The one dollar increaseon buildings which contain with dainty lace trimand a tiny top lit up 1
of the word and was respected by all who
in Economics and professor the various events. A report all resident fresh separate facilities for by lacy ruffles in navy cotton dotted swiss. t

ever met him. currently on leave from the meet showed water fishing licenses Negroes and white. Carry a red straw, carry all and wear red and

from the Wharton School of the Marylanders almost will be set aside in a. Clarence Mitchell, director white thongs and you'll be the belle of the I

Finance and Commerce. Uni- doubling the scores cf special fund to be used of beach.
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versity of Pennsylvania their nearest competitor. fo r improvement of Bureau of the NAACP anda Now for some Yak from the Pack. .remember last f

will serve as a deputy to Coach Cliff Anderson was Florida' fresh water
participant in the would in
week, I told you some Teens get more
Big Daddy was a great defensive lineman.He Assistant Secretary for well pleased to see an 82 fishing.! negotiations, said the background and experience: from summer jobs than I'
Economic Affairs PichardH. point lead on the score- License fees are:
Department reluctant -
appears ,
; spending
made'AllPro several times then money? Some of our popular Teens are
on Eblton. card. Resident, statewide, annual -
to make a firm Park t
this week at Camp Coacoochee, in Orange ,
13 1963 he made Pro-linemanxof The 36-year-old economistwas Russ Rogers of $3.00 non-resident,
January Maryland ; move requiring partially Florida, getting the site ready for the hundredsof J
sworn into office at a I State was the unanimous statewide, annual $8.00;
the Davis the first segregated establishmentsto for three 1
year. In 1961 was Boy Scouts woo will be in camp there
double-swearing-in ceremony I choice as the 'Out- non-resident, statewide, drop its Jim Crowpoliies. Walter "
weeks. On Monday, I saw Michael Stewart,
Negro winner of the Heisman Trophy, the which also elevated ;standing Athlete' at the 14-day continuous fishing .
Randall, Robert Forrester Jr. James Mason, Otis
highest honor any man in college can receive another economist to the 1 Meet. He was the only $3.25; non-resident, Mitchell Indicated the
Robinson, Martin Luther King, Ronald Bel ton and I
position of deputy assis- triple winner. He capturedall statewide, five-day con-
Department was not yet
(although there have been countless the Baker brothers from out east, constructinga
tant secretary for statis- three hurdle events.In tinuous fishing $2,25.Cet ready "to go that far."
dam to take care of the overflow from the lake
others who might have made it if there had
tical and economic the low
re- 120-yard Urgency in the Depart-
of the camp. Other Teenagers were expected laterin
been no prejudice). search Dr. Fdgar S. Dunn hurdles in 23.5 and the 64r? ment's action was height- salutesthis
the afternoon. This column proudly
Jr., 440-yard intermediates in ened by the fact that '
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-" of older outs
.fir.. F ktWBY group
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.. -:7 :;, Brimmer is a native of 51.5. postal contracts for
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--- y: Newellton, La. and received Charlie Mays, a teammate, BOB BREWSTEE sub-stations in the SHOE REPAIR SOUND SERVICESShoe
,. his B.A. and M.A. broad jumped a spectacular FOR THE GALS ONLY eastern part of the nation -
Women are permanent fix- Sound Service for Adver-
; degrees from the Uni- 26-foot 25 inch leap. His tures on the fishing scene, and expire June 30. Repairing .
While Big Daddy finished in a blaze of tising-Dances, Ball Games
versity of Washington in second best, but it was most guys don't begrudge that Affected business will Of
fact. But how welcome they are Any Kind etc. Also Loud Speaker
glory,' Ernie Davis never got a chance to Seattle in 1950 and 1951. only good enough for third depends as much on their choiceof begin negotiations for Service for Banquets, Concerts -

play pro football. There are some who He received his Ph.D. in place. In the triple Jump, attire as on their ability to renewal of their con- I Is Our Only I Business Record Hops etc.
cast a plug, a situation you gals
1957.A however, he back and
came
tracts about June 15.
think, .that Ernie would have been a great should heed. 845 Florida Avenue Phone EL 35902.
Fullbright Fellowship soared 47 feet 8X Inches.Al .

pro star, but he never got the chance to provided Brimmer the opportunity Santio, the 6 foot 6

prove it. ? for further basketball star of Mary- I $3,000 In College Scholarships S
study at the Universityof land State threw the dis- "
That's why I feel that Big Daddy lived Delhi and
the Uni- cus 172 feet 4 Inches. It

his whole life to the fullest, while versity of Bombay, in was good only for third I II

Ernie's life was incomplete. Big Daddy had India. spot. Ray Jackson, the 19- I Now Available To S

Before teaching at the ;;year-old sophomore, was
life had to offer him. Ernie
everything University of Pennsylvania I outstanding in the Quan-

had a good life too, as far as college Brimmer taught at the Uni- tico Relays KVa. ) place High School Grads
versity of California, second in the 3,000 meter
players go. He was the most talked about
UicVigan State university steeplechase in 9.43.5.

j football player in 1960 and 1961. Maybe th ''City: College of New Coach Anderson said this aidCollege =v -
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his life was complete. He entered pro York and at Harvard. was Just the second time ? .
For three years. 1955- the young athlete has attempted Students o
football on a three-year contract for
this grueling
1958 he worked as an '
$65,000--$15,000 as a bonus and three event.
economist at the Federal '
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Reserve Bank of New York. Maryland State set a new : ::
years at $15,000 each year. The fact that g.J2', PLUS
During this period, he wasa NAIA record in winning the /4
he was not able to keep this contract, member of a Federal Reserve mile relay which was a

did not lessen his stature in the eyes of Mission sent to special event and not a ,
Khartom toadvise'the part of the main events. }} <.

his owners and fellow players. Sudan government on the Coach Anderson and his Summer Jobs

establishment of a central six man crew journeyed to
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the U.S. Army from May N.C.A.A. Small College.
"| 1945 to Nov. 1946. Division Championships.

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I Maryland State Cops NCAA Track Field ChampionshipsNipped




I u11 I MvmAMIS Star Aids Honors ProgramTIM Chamberlain Gets At Plate i

ii
'> tS Rebounding HelpSAN i

FRANCISCO (!ANP) -

98 Points Wilt (The stilt) Chamber- .

lin of the San Francisco
CHICAGO -- Maryland
r Warriors basketball team
State's thinclads tookon will have fine reboundinghelp

a goliathan task here c- next season. '

last Saturday by rompingto : The}new rebounder is
fR
an NCAA track and Nate Thurmond of Bowling q
field withb
championship Preen university, whom

ft seven team members the Warriors signed last ..

carryingthe mail. The week to a two-year contract -

invaders from the east ?' .. ..,.. .. rev
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coast had amassed a stag The c. i Y
6-foot-11 Thurmond,
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gering 98-points when who averaged 17.9 pointsa _. ;> .

the final event had been r .:.. .
h
9hr gameAngels' -.: .
completed for the record Yc :.. .
books. Rookie ,.. ,,' ,

Loyola University's Tom ""

O'Hara set acollege record .: '" .......,
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Shows Promise ..."' : 'r. ,....
in the mile run by .." 1 \
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sweeping to a 30-yard
WHEN Eugene Bryant tried to score on a single from second base during a recent -

Margin over Allan Rirles intramural softball game at Simond Johnson Park. he found Catcher Jerome

of the University of ::: Wallace waiting to put: the tag. (Photo by Jesse Tarrance)
while .
Hawaii in 402.5
BROW (right), Philadelphia Eagles star halfback presented the Main Line

other records were set by Youth Basketball League Championship Trophy to Jim Heaney (left) coach of the Decathlon Champ Dugout Visitor
Maryland States Ed Pkin-
YMHA, Main Line Branch whose team won the vaunted award. Gary Kleitman. recipient -

ner who was timed at of the "Y's" Most Valuable player Award proudly accepts his citation Gets Top AwardLOS
:47.1 in the 440yarddash
presentation ceremony was featured during the "y' s" annual Father-
and his teammate Al ANGELES (ANP) -
Sons Sports and Awards Night in Philadelphia.
Santio who tossed the Decathlon champion C.K.

discus 173 feet. ,.' --Y yw Yf'I 1n Yang last week was the
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Maryland State's Charles .!$ Max Patkin recipient of three
,
Mays won the broad Jump t trophies at the UCLA

with a 24 foot 5 inches : track awards dinner in
: Showing Here
leap Mays also finished t i ., ad the Westwood Student

second in the' 220yarddash t : r .S Union.He .
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and teammate Farl Baseball's number one won the new 'Rafer

Pogers finished third in comedian. Max Patkin. S Johnson trophy" for his .t

the 440-yard flash to add will appear .at the Jack. d contributions to track '

to the team's winning sonville Baseball Parkon ; 4y and field presented by

total points.. Tuesday, June 18, assuring Johnson himself and the
$
fy y y: fans of this vicinity r Dr. Fdward S. Puth award

an evening of exciting for scoring the most V .

Griffith Regains :T: baseball and points during the season.He .cev .

hilarious entertainmentas .. also won the coveted

World Title ,i the Jacksonville SUNS Harry Trotter award given \

J play the Buffalo Bisonsat annually to the Bruins'

NFW YOPK -=' B7 virtueof 1 7:30 p.m.Patklns most outstanding track t

a split decision. 24-' is capable of athlete. Yang broke John- ,

year old 'New Yorker via .. doing anything funny in son's world decathlon record -

the Virgin Islands Futile baseball routines and of 8.683 points recently -

Griffith won over Luis also uses jitterbug ma- when he scored

Rodriquez here Saturday t s neuvers and. rubber Jointsas 9,121 in a west coast

night to become the first clt he constantly varies JULIO NEVARRO track meet. Johnson retired -

welterweight ever to win his side-splitting per. in 1962.
LOS ANGELFS Although
fonnam es. His priceless SINGFR JOE WILLIAMS who is
the world welterweight appearing at LOS
it isn't often that Basketball
a Football
championship three times. gifts of imitations pro- Angeles Hideaway Supper Club took time out recently -
rookie
The 15-round fray bereft ;:Nf K.S 1';! bably furnishes him his sidered fireman is con- Coaching Clinic to visit his old Chicago Buddy Charlie
a key man witha
of knockdowns) was 'I greatest tools. It may Dees and Angels' Manager Bill Rigney at the local
be the way a first baseman club 27-year old Slated June 17-21
greeted with a mixtureof team's Chavez Ravine dugout. Dees is playing a

cheers, and ..bo DoS.," : fields and throws or has righthander assumed Julio that Nevarro role Clinic Director' Jake stellar role at first base for the Angels.
1:1 '
w. ...
i r"i may a>e.l fiiaCiralkfc Jthel, -
following announcementof iI I : "..1 th the Los Angeles Gaither has engaged a topflight -
the decision. Feferee I way a pitcher winds up or faculty which includes -
Angels since joining the
Jimmy Devlin sc.red it I a batter's stance. On the Fastman Kodak
club last Labor Day. Having a Party. Taking }
CHICAGO CUBS' Centerfielder Billy Williamshas occasions he
9-6 and Judge Tony Possi gives an all high school coaches of the the S.
to his
According Julio Family on an Outing
8-7 in rounds for Grif- been tabbed by sports writers as one too accurate portrayal of role has simply left him year for 1962. Wright PICK UP YOUR PACKAGED ICE

fith. Judge Joe Armstrong an umpire's actions which Bazemore of Valdosta (Ga.) .t u. f Mr M.., I.c.tl..c thr.. ..t H... .
of the game' most underrated players. breathless. "One day,
might find him gettting High and Ottis Mooney.
scored it 10-5 and the ALL SEASONS'JGETFUEL .
he remarked 'I'm
Associated Press score Although Williams' batting average is far the thumb to the delightof formerly of Miami Senior CO.

card had it 8-6-1. both howling fans. He will pitching for Tacoma and High were the '62 selec- S8S3 NORWOOD AVI. PHONt PO 4.4511
below his usual .300 average at this time, the next day I'm in the
for Rodriquez.In give the crowd a thousand tees.
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their meeting; a.ti S.h.a.is: ,said to be? the. possessor: of an ..ac- ,_. laughs as he twists and big league. .
? M m** < # v 1 Then too Nevarro said
May in Los Ange'les' '" c uralie= h"rbwing'ariD and; his brilltant.glovework jiggles, -grimaces and that it was the fist 1 I tCHDIirf l RESERVE-tWcfO 9WM18JOr.%CRAIG NEUTRAL SPIRITS,If PROOF 'IMPORTED O.M.-CJUUBtt.'l WHMKY.( A tlEIf H.'

Rodriquez won the deci- has aided the Cubs in winninga gestures and will bring big league game he'd HOOF CHAMPION! BOURBON, STRAIGHT BOURBON WHISKY, IS PROOF:SCHENLEY 6IN. DISTILLED FROM 100% CRAW NBfML SWH,

sfcn and title from Griffith shrieks from young and witnessed. SO PROOF;SCHUIEY VODKA,DiSTIUEO.FROM MAIN,M PROOF.O1 U 8CHIXLET OtSmiBB CO K.Y.C. .
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although a similar number of games. He is also speedy on old alike. A sure cure : '
Manager Bill Rigney did ; .
ringside poll favored the base paths, being second only to his for Although the Blues'he confines' not wait too long to put rt;, ; : :/ > ,

Griffith. teammate Lou Brock. most of his efforts topantomine Julio to work. He pitched .
three innings for the Sailing. Sunset. Schenley
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Will Be BENEFICIAL- :' 1 .Having Trouble general showmanship.In THE JOB"

: ST. LOOIF pighthander the past 5 seasons t
For LIFETIME For 2H! years now Bob
a Bob Gibson, a 15-game patkin has performed in
Ilikell
has been on the
winner for the Ft. Louis 43 leagues and over 250
JACKSONVILLE I job driving cab 1149 Night
Cardinals in 1962 and a organized baseball parks i
for New Deal. In that time s..
13-game winner in 1Q61! and fans everywhere have
IARIER COLLEGE INC lots of Jacksonville folks i
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having difficulty turned out in record y
have found out that when
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630 DAVIS ST. at Beaver winning games this year. numbers to greet him. In
they dial EL 4-1611 and
-- The Cards brass are unable many cities he has made
100% Air Conditioned I ask for Bob and his cab.they're ,
to account for Gib- two appearances in one
sure to enjoy the
JACKSONVILLE
FLORIDA son's ineffective mound season, proving his popularity -
ride and get where they'regoing
I work this season. and drawing power.
on time. He-earned
Be sure to see him on
a safety button too.
I Tuesday, June 18, when
Mr. Robert Mikell and his
IIG SAVINGS ON TIRES he performs at the Jack-
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I 1(, wife Johnnie Mae live at
sonville Baseball Park
1563 Windle Street with
! + Guaranteed Recaps at 7:30
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their 3 children Rosa Lee
Be sure to take the Jchcnlnl
Compare These 'Prices Mary Lee and Robert Lamar.
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They attend the 2nd Baptist
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L. : OFF :SlIKE: BLOCKS Scouters Preparing Foi r Summer Encampmentofdoors. Second BaptistTo JSMNNIE'S HITEi:::-

." Girl Scouts of Gateway Host SlUE TV IN EVBIY HOOK

I t.",.; lay Council are happily pre- A capable staff Is being 74U4 W. Ashlej-Jax.pl: !

"' Many years ago a fellow by the name of Nero those 'who don't indulge there's the ultra modern paring to attend the first recruited which includes, Fathers, SundayThe 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. Davis, Vera< a. !r-402 5 .\ ,

whole heap of Neros around here. Civil rights proverbial dog in the manger. We wanted bowlingand this area in approximately Johnson Mildred Brunson Second Baptist I

' fires are burning all around the country and in woofed about Jacksonville not having lanes 20 years. They: will not, Marian Wilson Emma Pea- Church will give recog- NEW YSRK MAILS !, :
nition to the fathers To $65 Wit-Jobs Wai 11 Mi;' :
pur state. Rather than take steps to prevent the until Continental came to town. Mr. and Mrs. Jack- however, undergo a great cher. Tbomasina Williams, morning
, conflagation from starting here, the city fathers sonville--what's your squawk now? number 0 f the rigors experienced Annie Henry, and Water- during the and Tickets Sent-MftK Agey..':"
by their mothers evening dervices Sunday 210 Post Ave Westbury Mf ,
r Hizaonner was out shopping for front Director-Nurse Mrs.A. .
are just fiddling. Seriously, unless we rally and support the June 16th.Sunday .
surfboards and pretty swim trunks in preparationfor bowling lanes they'll be forced to close. This on the banks of the Harrington R.N. Mrs. E. services will APARTMENT FIR RENT : !

his forthcoming trip to Hawaii and the other will mean the loss of two dozen jobs..jobs which beautiful but primitiveSt. Simons: Jones is camp di- be in with the Sunday ;

city fathers were doing similar things. Meanwhileback belong to your friends and relatives. If you have John's River. rector. School at 8:30: a.m. APPLY 1778 Spires Street

at the ranch Aunt Hagars chillun are getting an ounce of pride in you, get out to the bowling The scene this time is June 30-to July 6 shallbe with LC.. Chesterand. I
STEELE ST. GYM
the site owned
lovely by
restless. Every time someone passes by the Jefferson lanes and try to bowl. See their ad elsewhere in ; very important days in the departmental super- .

Street Pool and looks at the tomb to democracy the paper for the special features at the lanes. the Seventh Day Adventist history of our Jacksonville intendent in charge. Boxing Daily 4 p. .% .

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

same holds true when an out-of-school youngster great one marched down the aisles. Robert State Road 20. This mark a return ta the kind SITUATION WANTED
APARTMENT FIR RENr"
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 missing to '
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Housework
every Job with little Master Charlies and they are best can.Wedding. land-renamed Camp Minne- long from our locality, by Day or Wk- 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 renewed beginning Exp Christian Woman-Baby Kite Equip-Hot Wtr Htr- ,
cludes a clear lake for Sittg-After 6-PO 8-5909 Htr-Full Tile .
:' a pay check. Steward last week-end. The former Jacksonville cur efforts could' insure & Space

Alpha Phi Alpha put something new in the game on singing star and the school marm said "we do" swimming and boating, a growth tc greate N. Y. Lire-In Maid Bth-431 W. 18lh stly
the entertainment set. Monday night the Alphamen before a few friends and relatl es. Oddles of permanent tent units with opportunities. 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 Camperships are available GUARANTEED J obs-$35- $55

Among out of town guests were John Knight of New spending more time writing tunes then singing recreation and dining. and any Girl Scout whos Wk-Fare Advanced.-Mal- 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 an applica lory Agency, 576 MerrickRd. To Sell the Famous star .'

Dr. H. James Greene, president of Alpha. They Chocolate. ticipate in water sports, tion and who is approve .. Lynbrook, N. Y. light of MiMi Cosmetics" ,

say Toastmaster Capers Bradham made a terrible The hammer fell Saturday night and the police cookouts, campfire activities by be= leaders will b< Part or Full Time-Small:' '.: I

slip of the tongue Oops! cleaned house. The boys were talking loud around games, folk considered by the commit 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 come from the 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 sale and area Royal CrownCola Top Earnings. CaH '

lovely female guests. Daughter Brenda came in the boys called the door shaker a "boy scout"and all the j ys of the outLUUK..LUUK. part of both the troops'and 398-1228 For Interview

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

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

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

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 SundaySTRAND
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 tell "DR NO" ,
Avenue off the bar's property. I you ,, I .
Ball and the Edgewood Lounge. brothers better bow to anyone wearing a gun' "'- TRL'.1 .4L SFIRIIJPOF4.tf.l .tIIE i
and
Talk of the town is the way out twist W. D. these days i
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'Doc" Sweet performs. The DCTA prexey does the I I L .... "TALES of PARIS" (SOLD ONLY IN S "". BOXES 245 rn 5 Ib ",,f ': ,
Floyd Patterson twist. That is. he sort of boxesas J STEELE ST. REPAIR SHOP ROOM FOR RENTAll FRESH MEDIUM SHRIMP 69tln :

he performs. After the affair Friday night Oil Stoves & Heaters Re- ( 10 L1o. Lots, Lt. S7cl U. .

all of the drug stores had a sale on liniments and pairedElec.IronsToastersJanitorYard Conveniences-Kitchen ROOSEVELT"HERCULES" LARGE MEDIUM SHRIMP S I to '!
(I I. 10 ..... L.... Lh. $1.00) lI.
rubbing alcohol. Many bones rattled that had not Work- Privileges-Couple OnlyEL
I .
TIGER STRIPED JUMBO SHRIMP 11
shook in years. Handy Man-Call Us-El 5-7275 .. U.. $1
Said ;is 5 lit. Beet Oely $5.70 Fat ::
Hugh Wilson, the new man of the hour at the 4-3137 678 Steele St. ROOM FOR RENTUse and .I

Edgewood Lounge stopped by to speak. Somethingnew JOHNNIE'S ROOMING HOUSE of Whole House-H&C God Has Ten-Thousand OYSTERS TTV :- p:,'3,00 ...'5.50
has been added to the Lounge policy. Each "FACE in'the RAIN" '-'f 1
JOHNNIE'S ROOMS-All Wtr-W.Side-Men or WomenNo Blessings In His Hand To STANDARD OYSTERS ., rat 60c rM, U5

evening they will have a cocktail hour and you Modern Furn-H&C Wtr- Children-El 4-3720 Satisfy the POOR. Why ..- SELECT OYSTERS rw $1.30
can get two for the price of one. In addition '
they will begin to have bigname guest stars Free TV in Every Room FOR SALE suffer when help is SKYVIEW BLUE OCEAN WHOLE ,., ; ,: ,, .\\j:,
here .
Touch
? Get In ..
225 East Union Street LII"15C.. '...
dropping in every now and then. The house band 10-Rm Duplex & 5-Rm Cottage With the Right Man ant ? Drive-In BREAM 29'IN GROUPER I
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consists of Eugene White and company. APARTMENT FOR RENT -180 Ft-Paved Front- W.1M .....flM>.| fMMN IfM ... rN
Make a Change in Your .....,...
When I think of the Lounge the entire Fdgewood 2235 Orchid "SAMPSON and : the ( 10-LI. ,.
into mind. Just what $11 Wkly-1684 Hiram St- St-West jacksonville Life and Improve Your LOTS-LB.) I 25 C I lone" 1"firt: r'"IPF fimrrrr itir F'Hrt fynnnrt .' '''' I
Avenue fun complex comes
OWNER Conditions. NOW! 1 MIRACLES" ..
Call EL 4-0S15-Mrs.Jones Today, .
nrRMET CORKER'Imnitt
do the Negroes of Jacksonville want? They don'tpatronize Total $9,S 50 Send Your Problems to ... .. .....
for The N Wk l.,,.Tk. I H. "
the Lounge. When we visit other towns we and -
come back bragging about the fine clubs and most IMPERIAL SUNDRIESPatent Rev. King With $1.00 and CONCH MEAT ou ,,..?, i*. 49c
self addressed stamped "VIOLENT and '
of the time we tip up some back steps and try to Medicines EKING CRAB LEGS ?.<>, ?... IMTnminftf
Cosmetics envelope.WRITE REV. KINGP. 94 Iplit-C,1Ie Wr pp'"4
hear a second class combo over the din of cuss the DAMNED"I ,
All Leading Hair Preparations 0. Box 654 Detroit I "L L
and the performers through smoke For
words see
Cor. BROAD AND ASHLEY EL 4-2159 6, Michigan. I KING CRAB LEGS LB 1.25





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