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The Florida star
Uniform Title:
Florida star (Titusville, Fla.)
Alternate Title:
Place of Publication:
Titusville Fla
S.W. Harmon
Creation Date:
May 18, 1963


Subjects / Keywords:
Newspapers -- Titusville (Fla.) ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Cocoa (Fla.) ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Brevard County (Fla.) ( lcsh )
newspaper ( marcgt )
newspaper ( sobekcm )
Spatial Coverage:
United States -- Florida -- Brevard -- Titusville
28.591111 x -80.82


Situated on the banks of the Indian River, Titusville in Brevard County was settled in 1867 by a former Confederate officer, Henry Theodore Titus, and his wife, Mary Hopkins Titus. The town was incorporated in 1887, by which time it was already famous for its citrus and pineapple crops. The arrival of the Florida East Coast Railroad in 1892 laid the groundwork for a tourist industry as well. The Florida Star and later the East Coast Advocate and Indian River Chronicle provide a diary of these developments. The Florida Star was a weekly newspaper published by P.E. Wagner from 1880 to approximately 1882 and later by S.W. Harmon. On November 1, 1912, the newspaper moved from Titusville to Cocoa, Florida. The Florida Star ceased publication around 1917 and was succeeded in turn by the Indian River Star, which operated until 1920. Another Titusville paper, the East Coast Advocate and Indian River Chronicle began on July 13, 1900, as a continuation of the Indian River Advocate and East Coast Chronicle; the latter had been preceded by both the East Coast Advocate, edited by W.S. Graham, and the Indian River Advocate. In 1920, the East Coast Advocate and Indian River Chronicle merged with the Indian River Star and was subsequently published under the title of the Star Advocate.
Dates or Sequential Designation:
Began in 1880; ceased in 1917?
General Note:
Publisher: P.E. Wager, 1880-<1882>.
General Note:
Published at: Cocoa, Fla., Nov. 1, 1912-<June 5, 1914>.
General Note:
Description based on: Vol. 1, no. 23 (Sept. 29, 1880).
Funded by NEH in support of the National Digital Newspaper Project (NDNP), NEH Award Number: PJ-50006-05

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University of Florida
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Copyright Florida star. Permission granted to University of Florida to digitize and display this item for non-profit research and educational purposes. Any reuse of this item in excess of fair use or other copyright exemptions requires permission of the copyright holder.​
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Indian River star (Titusville, Fla.)
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Indian River star (Cocoa, Fla.)


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..::V Dade Gets $161 451 U. S. Grant To Train: Jobless Negroes

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11 Hyde Park Golf Course Owners Given .r: t0 y-,:"toe f

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One Week To End Discrimination -."31J....c.'ro.<+

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13-NO. 7 SATURDAY MAY 18, 1963 15 CEh1 ..

Operators Face Job Training Home Loan ,

Begins June 3 Fraud ChargedDuval r

Contempt ChargeA MIAMI Taking cogni- County Solicitor
zance of the seriousnessof Edward M. Booth Monday

unemployment among Dade filed charges in Criminal

contempt hearing Wednesday afternoon, County's Negroes, actionby Court which resulted in

before U. S. District Judge Bryan Simpson Rep. Dante Fascell .resulted the arrest of two men said

citing operators of Hyde Park Golf Clu ., in the securing of to' have obtained money FALL IN HOSPITIF

Inc. with practicing racial discrimination a government grant following home improvementloan

against two Negro applicants despitean totaling $161,451 to train frauds investigationsHeld

earlier court integration order, re- 345 persons at Lindsey in county jail in . "T.* ."V ."T" .T ." .

suited in the court giving the golf club Hopkins Vocational School. lieu of $1,500 bonds are Former Patient Seeks Damages Dual.Diredlo... Seen'ie.dill

and its president-manager Fred Ghioto one Approved by the Health, Carl W. Thornton, 54,, of

week in which to themselves of Education and Welfare 2411 Hendricks Aver and
purge Brewster HospitalA To Loss Of Funds And fitting
disobeying the edict. Department under the Man- Jack W. Moore, 53, of 5735 Against

Plaintiffs Prank his brother Vincent, vice power and Development Act Green Palm Lane. damage suit in excess of $3,00(1( () was Edward Waters College appeared heading
of 1962, the federal plan The two men, according td
Hampton ,and James president, testified that field May 6 naming Brewster Methodist Memo- toward a clash that could bring disatrous

Burris, represented by in acting on. the applica-. is administered by state Booth, are charged with rial Hospital defendant in action taken results as a smoldering fued between its

Atty. Leander J. Shaw and local officials to defrauding David'Trissler, .
by a former patient/ president and the AME bishop over management -
provide the unemployedwith 5943 Moncrief Road, of
Jr. told the court Plaintiff is Mrs. Bea- policies, coupled with student unrest -
skillsfor $2,000 for a mortgage
that their membership =: t!ce Langley who claims Police BeginCrackdown threatened to break out into a
r available jobs. purchased last Dec. 19. .
applications to join the *
that on Oct. 10, 1962 serious conflict.
Trissler to
filed The courses which begin
golf club had been
hile a patient at Brew-
On'Alky' For months there have
at the club last ,. -,., June 3, will include: the complaint, purchased a
January -. I ster she was walking into been
persistent reportsthat
,. A Auto mechanics. Calcu- $2.300 home improvement a.-
that no action had "
corridor from her
room rift between
Vir lator machine operators, mortgage purportedly DrinkersVagrants
them for
been taken
on she slipped and fell
President William
typists, cooks, steno- signed by Christopher and
aome! four months. the floor which she
Lulu Prater, 5715 Carver Stewart and Bishop W. Y
graphers, auto body repairmen -
contendedthat and tramps here
They Circle. claimed had been negli- Ball of the lllth
the club's failureto waiters andw gently waxed. who have been drinking the
aitresses. Booth said that Trisslerdid Episcopal District had !
show good intentions Mrs. Langley's claim is same type of the poison
not the said developed over manage-
Waiters and waitresses I
to comply with an earlier further wood alcohol which recent-
courses will last six to be partially completed supported by her ment of the college,
ly killed 39 in
order persons
integration was property until later son "William Langley who involving the handlingof
weeks and one year for a
the section of New
intent to bar the club'sfacilities said he Bowery
FRANK HAMPTON date he went the a call the Institution's BALL
mechanics and auto body when to York City will find it STEWART
to Negroes. Prater residence to checkon informing him of hismother's monies. Laymen closeto
repairmen. from In hassle.
toutfi going' now on
During accident, and
4 arA Training courses will a lapsed mortgage pay- according to a warning official sources indicated will be a long time in
long hearing Judge
upon immediately responding -
cover only those needed by ment. that the Bishop s
thatthe'club's issued this week by a city coming unless the
Simpson declared ,. found the floor
the community and the Trissler reported to demanding the right to
police officialwCapt. system of deal maaagementmanageueet -
requiringthat : yin a similar condition.On -
school is free. Those who Boot that tlT5 woman'denied A... Andusoo; head sign "and issue'the. co 1'lece's by
its members 12 the
two of April 1963 '
contractedfor of
can Qualify will receive having department's" checks Id one *
of the president aad bJahois ,--
must endorse applica- defendant filed motion fora
the work..that the
subsistence payments from legal beverage section the biggest bones of put to an end.
tions of prospective the government. work had never been done, summary Judgement said that a crackdown by contention.It Another stone in the
members as, "a dis- through its Attorneys, Ho-
Other counties where the adding that her supposedto has been reportedthat
criminatory device of well, Kirby, Montgomeryand his men Friday May 10 resulted way of Its accreditation
plan is already in opera- be husband cosignerhad Sanders in that the in the arrest of payments for vital is the lack of proper
the most palpable sort:
tion includes Orlando, died ten years ago. evidence was devoid of two men at the 'hobo services and needs have facilities. In order to
Plaintiffs further
The mortgage was executedlast been held due to the
Pensacola and Tampa.To jungle located at up come up to par Edward
other discriminatory neglience on the part of
acts by the date, there has beenno Dec. 14 and was the defendant. The judge- Beaver and Barnett Sts. Bishop's absence and Waters College must be

apparent move by Duval notarized by someone ment was denied. Describing the raid. consequent inability to outfitted with a science

club in that members'using its estimated officials to take ad- posing as a notary Booth. Circuit Judge Roger J. Anderson said he and Sgt.V. sign checks. It is building, better gymnasium -

900 .L vantage of erasing unem- added. Waybright has set June 17 .V. Vogh sprang a sur- understood that ina- facilities, improved -
its facilities ployment through Booth concluded that raid in the and bility of student
far government at 9 a.m. as the trial prise dormitories, a
before January 1962-- tlr aid among Negroes further investigationsinto date in Duval Courthouse. apprehended about 15 organizations to secure Student Union building

when the course was in- w 1' ey.. P here. .. ... ... home improvement Langley is former owner- tramps mixing and drinkinga monies deposited with and better library
tegrated--were accepted frauds are expected to wood alcohol brand named the because of
HELP, YOUR operator of Ebony Cab Co. college facilities, to mention
without meeting member- bring about additional Solox being mixed over a the need for the Bishop's
JAMES BURRIS Local YMCA Just a few of its needs.
ship rules incorporatedin --.. ...- ... .. arrests. Jax Woman fire. The official said signature set off a Authorative sources say
club bylaws follow- tions of Hampton and Bur- Solox has a high alcoholic still-born demonstra-
much of the is
ing the court order.At ris they had reports sup- President Means Business Files Suit content and is extremely tion on the campus this available for money the
that time all of plied by the Retail Credit
government contracts. poisonous. week.
physical Improvements -
the club's memberswere Bureau which indicated the WASHINGTON Vice Presi- For DamagesIn Arrested in the crack- necessary
Speaking to an Agricul- The outburst was quietedby but these
white. not of good moral dent Lyndon B. Johnson
two were
JobMoorer., 40,
ture Department executives Auto CrashA were President Stewartwho sources haste to point
The new admission regula- and reputation. said Monday that Presi-
tions require that appli- character meeting to discuss the local woman has filed of 1162 W. Beaver St. and also ordered off out that it is unlikely
Neither has been ,con- dent Kennedy means busi- Strickland 39,
cants, to become members, It problem Johnson said. "A suit in Circuit Court Clarence the campus one local the funds will be released -
must be of good moral victed of a ness in assuring Negroes look in the morning papers seeking in excess of of 921 Tyler St. preacher who with two as long as the

character and reputation.Club stated. equal opportunity in Jobs shows what can happen when $3,000 damages for inJuries The men told Anderson others are reported to school operates under a

president Ghioto and *' *, performed under federal people are denied equal received in an auto they bought the paint have threatened pro- dual-direction type ;

employment and jobs under .opportuni ties. accident which occured thinner from a hardware testing the students management as existsat

f Nov 3, 1962.Plaintiff store and that Its usually with reprisals.A the present time.
Committee Evaluates Efforts
mixed with soda or plain
is Mra.O1arles- meeting of the cOl-
'" It has bees fOiled that
,; : .>.:'!: > ". ," etta Spicer who states water. lege's Board of Manage-
''J 1 ;AJ..,....s..= : '_ :'<4c agencies apprO.i.1funds
at the according -
Those scene
; that a car owned by John ment was called for or academic

r : W. Paul and operated by to Anderson, were Thursday, 2 p.m. at standards turn an

', .. : Eugene Davis, struck the. drinking it straight, which time Stewart was askance eye on institutions -
of her vehicle near using water for a chaser.
rear requested to give his with two-way

the vicinity of Edgewood annual report although
direction which results -
Avenue and Cleveland Road. Appeal Filed this is not the time in shoddy handling

Mrs. Spicer contends thatas such a report is of foods.Ta* e agencies.
a result of the col- usually handed in.
In ChathamSchool insist that either the
lision, she suffered pain- It has been noted by president or the

ful injuries requiring extensive observers that unless chancellor asi e full

r medical care, and Suit the Internal troublesat
r direction of aa Institution -
was forced to spend large Edward Waters are
i SAVA.! 4AH, Ca. A ruling ; ao co-
.'C. 'fV ai .sums of money for treat- settled in a hurry, the directloa.
i Monday by Federal Judge
ment. She stated she also
school will suffer
Prank Scarlett in turning In the face of rumors
lost many days from her
tremendous loss in
down a Chatham County that Bishop Ball was
occupation as a result of
federal city and
school desegregation suit plaaalag to got rid of

the accident.No filed by 36 Negro parents county funds, and In Dr. Stewart, sources
date for the hearinghas addition, its academic
was appealed Wednesday to close to the presidentsay

been announced the 5th Circuit Court of standing as a four-year Stewart .has averred

Negro HeadsMedlcil Appeals .in New Orleans by college.It that he is sot togging

Negro Atty. Bobby May- has been found that to be kept la his post.

GrH, field. the Jacksonville AME Prieada of tile educator

Judge Scarlett's ruling college has only partial say' he wad fee willlag

(CLEVELAND Dr. Middle- followed testimony by State Approval, but to steal out Mel let

MEMBERS of the Duval County School Com- Mrs. Rosalee Shannon B Idwin Elementary- ton Lambert _Jr. a white intervenors that despite this, after securing them get someone else

mittee working with the United Negro COllege Junior High; George Nairn, co-chairman; Negro surge, has been Integrated schools would 12 additional if the Bishop would

J Fund met in recent session in the Mrs.Eleanor voted presidentelectby harmful to both points, its graduates
J. Gay, secretary; Mrs. Clara prove step entirely oat of
library of New Stanton Senior High School. Durham, assistant secretary; Charles D. the Academy of Negro and white persons. have been securing the college operationand

The purpose of the meeting was to evaluatethe Brooks, chairman; Rodell p. Roberts, Medicine of Clevelandthis The court also stated teaching positions permit smother

work and progress of this committee public relations; Mrs. Annie H. Lewis week.Lambert. that Negro children wouldbe throughout the state. educator to do the Job

efforts thus far. In the group are: Mrs. Long Branch Elementary- Willie Bullard, who was elected damaged schoolastically The school has been that seeds to be doae.

Edna Adams, Susie E. Tolbert Elementary: Stanton Adult Evening School;Mrs. JuanitaJ. on the first by attending schools with working--and coming There are raporta of

Mrs. Alveta P. Cook Moncrief Elementary; .. Randolph, James Weldon Johnson Junior ballot, becomes president whites. close to Securing accreditation the exlstamco of other

Mrs. Lorice 0. Howard, George Washington High; Robert L. Brymer Stanton Voca- next year, sue ceding Negro enrollment in by the unsavory futon whtoh

Carver Elementary; Mrs. Gwendolyn Dailey, tional High; Mrs. Gertrude Leona Styles, Dr. William LForsyth Savannah and Chatham Southern Association of if bromgmt ..t. womld

Wesconnett Elementary-Jr. High; Mrs. Isaiah Blocker Jr. High. who began County schools is estimated Colleges and Schools.' give off am ...wholesome -

Dorothy M. Hayes. Arlington Elementary; R*nrlng May 17th. at about 40 percent. But such accreditation odor.V .

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PAiE sr ? (fJ FLORIDA STAB \ SATURDAY MAY 18, 1913 "



j Published by the Florida Star Publishing Co. rem. :
Vember of Associated Negro Press" .

ERIC I. SIMPSON................Maua 'II Editor ic>.. DOVER, Del.---The Assistant Secretary, of

Labor for International Labor Affairs,
AIYSM E. WISE................ News Editor ;to.""' George L-P Weaver, told student leadersat
ILiA IMTEN.....................GkMlatiM Manager i the Fourth Annual Student Leader's
i ycfr Conference, that there is a good chance
that, unless a youth is trained he faces
!"" unemployment.He .
!!In ; : ) V&f;
pointed out that, if our current
2323 Mmrief Road....Pbois Elfif 4-6782-; L f M rate of youth unemployment persists, as
"" .. the
.- youth population increases ,
-EL 4-6783 -
: by 1970 the numberof

MAILING ADDRESS: unemployed youth will be
ir. i\ close to 1% million. .
P. S. Dox 561, J Jackseiville 1, Fluid r "To add to this," Mr.Weaver

stated, "you are growing to.
1 maturity in the midst of a
. One Year $6.00 Half Year $4.00 -! i s T4' '- technological revolution that,.

\. Mailed to Too Anywhere In the United States is leaving in its wajte, for
;. ,1 Subscription Payable in Advance ;. :_ the first time in our postwar
? :
Send Check or Money Order to: history, genuine hard-core SIMPSON
; 4 unemployment with its catastrophic impact -
Jacksonville 1, Florida on the life of community State and

-Constitutional Rights;: ApplyTo Nation.Before 1910, even in the 1920s, many

jobs were open to young people with onlya
I All People At All Times high school education. America was

It is with amusement and cynicism that ., still able to find a job for most people
one reads the howls of anguish sent up by r. who wanted to work and young people were
Southern 'pro-segregationists'whenever needed on farms, were employed in local
the Federal government enters into civil distribution and service trades, in fac-
rights disputes. The usual arguments tories, shops, even mines. Nearly every-

center around the so-called unconstitu- FIRM ACTION, CAN PREYENT THIS MR. PRESIDENT one could count on finding a job he coulddo
tionality of the Federal government's with relatively little schooling.
'Meddling" in the affairs of the state.It "I don't need to tell you that these
is indeed ironic that these defendersof conditions no longer prevail. our living
the constitution hide behind the docu- standards as well as our Job require-

ment when the government intervenes but : You WeeklyGOide ments now impose infinitely greater, de-
overlook the fact that the disputes are mands. Automation, mechanization, and
being caused by their denying a large seg- scientific advances are causing many
ment of the population their constitu- unskilled jobs to disappear. Today' ana

tional rights. Not only do the several Horoscope tomorrow's jobs require higher skills?
Southern states involved deny Negro citi- more maturity and judgment, and more

zens rights guaranteed them by the 14th .. experience.
and 15th amendments but Negroes are also -- Pointing out that the students of today
denied basic liberities granted in the By PABLO The ASTROLOGER will be tomorrow's contenders in the

"bill of rights" or the first ten a- crucial test of our country's survivaland

mendments. WHICH ARE YOUR LUCKY DAYS FOR well-being, Mr. Weaver urged young
Daily papers made much of Governor Wallace people to accept the challenge to work
s claim that there had been no break- cooperatively with the-youth of developing \
down of local law enforcement. Our own BUSINESS LOVE TRAVELARIES countries who are actively seeking f
-------- - - and needed assistance. He also
local morning daily states, "There has V knowledge I
been no collapse of local law enforcementin ment. stead of against urged that they face the matter of civil '
you. er introductions.
Born March 21st thru
its efforts to control the situation 8-20-44-18-98-824 rights forthrightly and work toward
deliberately created by Dr. Martin Luther April 19th 5-50-99-15-85-591 2-70-11-13-82-271 elimination of any and all forms of dis-

King and other professional agitators, CANCERBorn crimination affecting youth adversely.The .
with the active encouragement of the One of the more promising June 22nd thru LIBRA CAPRICORNBorn Assistant Secretary cited the Youth

Kennedy administration..Federal use of aspects of the planetary July 22nd Born Sept. 23rd thru Dec. 22nd thru Employment Bill now before Congress as
armed power to enforce social theories a- pattern has to do with Oct. 23rd Jan. 19th "an investment in our youth whichin
gainst constitutional local authority is your gainful endeavers in There are so many dis- turn, is an investment in America. "
fiat government at its worst." general. You may be advanced ruptive influences running This could be the ,most The stormy winds of adversity Concluding his talk he pointed out

Overlooked- by the prosegregationistnewspaper In your present rampant during this third difficult quarter of them : hat; have been that all of us are concerned with the 1,
and other proponents of white situation or be offered quarter. that you would be t.1C"Qakfjf":1t: slr 1)a threatening of late could future "my generation because of the I
rule are several basic facts something better elsewhere wise to have a shelter for you to brace yourself- reach gale velocity during type of world we hope to leave those who
(1) The local government in Birminghamis depending on the ready for immediate use. against any and all possi this quarter. This means follow, your generation for the type of i I
not constitutional. Racist Police Com- quality of your skills and The presence of someone bilities. It would be a battening down the hatchesand world in which you hope to live."
missioner Eugene Buirf Connors was defeated the existing demand for whom you love and trust, very fine idea to dis- putting up all the defenses -
in a legitimate election and has them. Considerable con- may provide Just the appear from the scene of you have had the After The
refused to surrender the office of Mayor. tention, involving your- buffer you need against a activity if you have a foresignt to prepare pre- Birmingham Dilema
Mayor-elect Boutwell is an avowed 'moderate" self, elders or friendsmay 'condition that could secret somewhere, one in viously. The situationseems
and had agreed to sit and talk prevail. You wouldbe destory your economic tiesor which you can enjoy com- complicated enough, We Can Count Our Blessings
with Negro leaders. The Connors-led body well advised to try and valuable property. plete privacy and indulge without you adding to
refused .to grant Negro leaders the dignityof clear up all existing misunderstanding Another crisis of equal your Inclinations to your troubles by overthrowing -
an audience to air their complaints. before 23rd. turbulence is likely to dream and meditate. The your customary When we look at the news pictures and
(2) Negroes are seeking rights endowed You may have to prevent rage and threaten your annoyances that keep crop- cautious ways. televised reports of the bestial treat-
tb them by the constitution and. not ideo- trouble .in the family and material interests as wellas ping up at regular inter- ment being accorded Negroes in Bi rmin 0 hen.
logical-sociological Utopian goals as among co-workers your peace of mind. You vals may be particularly 5-40-77-12-67-547 Alabamawe can all (both black and white
deem it essentialto objectlonalbe. count our blessings.We .
may also Judge instinctively -
would have to believe. Their
many you
aspirations for first class citizenshipand 1-10-33-14-31-134 shun the glare of instead of AQUARIUSBorn \ can be thankful that law enforcement I
participation in government are basi- publicity. listening to others. Jan. 20th thru in Jacksonville or anywhere in Floridahas
cally American. TAURUS 650551438651LFO 1-30-66-18-47-136 Feb. 18th not reached that point of degradationwhere

(3) News releases from Birmingham, tele- Born April 20th thru officers turn,snarling, biting dogson
vision pictures and pictures released by May 20thA SCORPIOBorn This is the quarter when citizens exercising their constitu-
national news services show Negro citizens Oct. 24th thru you may have to face the tional right of peaceful protest.It .
being chastized by those who are supposedto down rather could critical have serious show- Born July 23rd thru Nov. 22ndA full brunt of the adverse is true that Jacksonville had its
influences that have been racial
be upholding the law. (Last week's Aug. 22ndAs blow-up nearly three years ago
FLORIDA STAR featured pictures which local Implications for you those crisis has no doubt combining for a definite but; nothing like Bull Connor's Birmingham
in charge and your home showdown. As long as you atrocities
dailies did not or would not use. ) been building up. If you occurred, Jacksonville'sresponsible
companions. You have a this is the most critical
pin your faith in the
Millions over the nation who saw the have done nothing positiveto Negro and white citizens set
"enforcing chance to overcome the quarter n* the month ;: ward it off heretofore righteousness of your themselves to the task of conferring and
pictures of Birmingham police more adverse effects by will have to redouble and
you cause beliefs
/ the law" will back up the president'sstatement it could reach its peak. you may working to solve some of the social and
rising above the emotional your efforts to exercise be enabled to bring the
of ". whatever must be done..*.' level and allowing your- complete selfrestraintunder This would be the time economic problems that face the Negro In
pacifying forces to bear
when true ally friend our community.
a or
law enforcement did not collapsebut
Local self to be guided by your any and all provoca-
where they are most urgently -
would be most welcome to Though somewhat have
it was definitely 'tonesidedthus slowly, we made
more loving anQ altruistic tions.Leave strange fields needed. But don't
assuring all involved of the need of aid you in restoring peace notable strides since "black Saturday"of
principles. One of the results of endeavor to your com-
careless after that
grow ,
and harmony. But this may August 1960 in Jacksonville. The Coliseum
real law enforcement for all citizens;
of dissension may be petitors and start hostilities
as trouble and chaos
not the police-dog, firehose tactics of felt in the form of depleted with them only be only temporary, as to have plenty of life seem and the City Auditorium were openedon
Bull Connor storm troopers.Employment other provocative con- an integrated basisthe lunch counters
s cash through lossor when your legitimate Interests left
They could
ditions are again being have
decreased earning ca- are seriously integrated and also the golf
Eqt&I Opportunity pacity. You will simply threatened. There are indications created in spite of any- again weakest strike at your courses, to a limited extent..And it i i is
thing that anyone can do. point. gratifying to observe that several down-
have to put your, foot down that your existing -
You should soon have an 9-70-88-16-97-978 town stores have
employing Negro
when your urges or loved professional activities -
ones drive you Into taking are profitable opportunity to tighten up salespeople and clerical personnel.
reckless chances. enough without branching the budget. PISCES These things have cora,:we are surebe-

out In alien and perilous 8-40-66-19-73-846 Born Feb. 19th thru cause responsible citizens who try to
7-80-68-19-45-789 directions (19th). Mar. 20th understand both sides of the racial prob-
lemsare utilizing their efforts to builda

GEMINI .;, 3-80-66-19-25-386 This is the quarter when city of progress and racial harMOny.

Born May 21st thru VIRGO SAGITTARIUSBorn your resistance to adverse Indeed, we can all count our blessings.

-ia June 21st Born Aug. 23rd thru Nov. 23rd thru influences will receive Let's Give
Brofbrfaood A
Sept. 22ndAs Dec. 21stIt the acid test.Should Try

This perhaps is the most something really trouble Somewhere in our struggle for dignity we
irritating quarter of the this is likely to be would be better to you or cause you mental or must learn love. It Is even possible that
month making it advisable the most critical quarterof turn a deaf ear when physical suffering wasteno learning love we would have gained dignity -
for you to stay the month, you should others are trying to pick time about getting on : for love expressed by a people is
out of sight and out of redouble any safeguards a fight or challengingyour with the professionals who brotherhood, and brotherhood fosters Justice -
reach of potential troubleIt that are deemed necessaryto views and beliefs can treat you. There is a and justice commands dignity.The .
would take absolute protect your Job and with hostility. This promising Indication that lack of brotherhood among us as a
kodney C. (Stt, executive vice president of the command of your feelings basic -resources. Insteadof could forestall a serious quick thinking or prompt people is tragic. Strife and envy are
American Machine & Foundry Company, signs an and events to withstandthe resorting to criticism showdown that contains the action on the part of your doing a thorough Job of slowing our pro-
agreement pledging equal employment seeds of future embarrassing mate will do much to restore -
opportunities upsurge of upsetting or making decisions under gress by keeping us scattered in partisan
without regard to race, creed, color or national vibrations that are en- emotional duress, withhold consequences. You well-being and self- camps of narrow-minded opinion. Lack of
origin during a ceremony at the White House. The gendered. This certainly action and rely on faith should be prepared to receive confidence. Critical con- faith in our own leadership is destroying
sipiing was viewed by Vice president Johnson, at would not be propitiousfor and circumstances to see a message from your ditions are very much in that leadership. Our power as a people is
left President Kennedy and Labor Secretary the start of a Journeyor you through your difficul intuition, regarding your evidence. dissipated by our refusal to be racially
Arthur J. Goldberg. Representatives of 30 other of a venture on which ties. Be constructive In ecploymcnt or professional 5-40-44-18-43-543 harmonious.We .
big defense contractors also signed agreements you have based your,hopes. your attitude and face the prospects. You would do must realize that our unbrotherly
to eliminate job discrimination. The programwas Refuse to be drawn 4nto an realities of the presentwith better to wait for circumstances attitude toward one another is a major
originated ny the president's Committee. on acceptance which goes a- the determination to to step in and Ef< f( MER'CB obstruction in the achievement of oar
equal Iteployaent Opportunity. Sinse your better judge *'make them work for you in- pave the way for the prop- -- A TJf-Ufl. goal.

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MRS. HELEN COPELAND (shown cutting the cake) of mnoree received many beautiful and useful gifts. Levi Johnson, Mrs. Estella Lee, Joe Sanders, Mrs. Lee Riles, Mr. and Mrs. R. Emory McNalr, Mrs

1320 Francis St., was the surprised recipient ofa Present to share honors with Mrs. Copeland were: Ora Barnhlll, Mrs. John Turner, J. B. Bolton, Ben Henry T. Rhin, Willie Stephens, Nathan HIcks

birthday party Saturday night, April 27th in Lettii Stephens, hostess; Mrs. Mary L. Spellersand Richardson, Jepha Jackson, Mrs. Fannie White, Mrs. isabell Cooper, Marion Spellers, Mrs. Delores

I the spacious residence of Mr. and Mrs. W. C. Mrs. W. C. Hillard sisters of the honoree; \ Mr. and Mrs. Valentine Edmonds, A. Jackson, Mr. Henry, Mr. and Mrs. Albert Thomas. Out-of-town

Stephens, 5606 Vernon Road. The guests arrived Mrs. Doris Hawk, Mrs. Helen Jackson; the honoree :,; and Mrs. Julius Ingram, Mrs. Mary H. Kirby, W. guests were Mrs. Mary Tilmone and Mrs. Annie

\' early and stayed late, enjoyed numerous games daughter; Mrs. Willie Bell Jackson, Mr. and Mrs. J. Bennett, Mr. and Mrs. Doss Tripling Mrs. Rosa McDower. (Royal Art Studio Photos)

j' and were served a sumptuous buffet luncheon. The

APPLICATIONS FOR axons Among Students Cited -- ...: --- --.-':. Contest Winner BIRTHS

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MARRIAGE LICENSESHenry IIr Mr and Mrs. Charles

'Scott 3933 Ernjo Rd.
McFadden 1661 BlueSt -:.:.. ; ;
,1 31 and Louise Brown, Girl.
1661 Blue st. 32. -By LOUISE GUINYARD- Mr. and Mrs. Roosevelt

Roscoe Kilpatrick, 1008 I saw many lovely corsages on "Mothers' Day" I Brown; 1526 W. 22nd St. ;

Everson St 21 and Rutha and couldn't help but think what a wonderful way Girl.

Mae'1 Wiley, 616 Court E. to pay tribute to the most wonderful of persons. Mr. and Mrs. Alexander

22. Roulhax; 6255 ClevelandRd.
... .... .... .... 1
Kenneth A. Young, Belize .... .... ; Boy.
b ia
British Honduras, 24 and Mr. and Mrs. Arthur

Johnnie M. Gilmore, 921 Two guest players were present at last Tuesday's Robinson, Jr. ; 1493 W.

Franklin St. 21. meeting of Classy Lassies Bridge Club, held in 26th St. ; Boy.

Chas. E. Thompson, Jr. : : ; the Marigold Road home of Dr. and Mrs. W.R. Toney. Mr. and Mrs. Edmond
2372 Lantana Ave. 23 and ____ _________ Mrs. Toney awarded the guest prize to Mrs. Lois Peterson; 318 Nixon St. ;

Erma .Jean Thompson, 2068 Iszard, and club prizes to Mrs. Henrietta Howard, Girl.

Deana Avenue, 20. Mrs. Juanita Williams, and Mrs. Joan Spaulding. Mr. and Mrs. Alexander

Leroy Hester Clark, 1612 Mrs. Dorothy Oliver, Mrs. Carolyn Washington, 1 Williams; 6104 LOBe star

Davis St? 21 and Patricia Mrs. Geneva Henderson, Mrs. Margaret Mathis, Mrs. BRENDA ANN WILLIAMS, e Rd. ; Boy.

A. Jenkins, 7320 Wilson Alveta Allen, Mrs. Grace Sykes, and Mrs. Sara daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Mr. and Mrs. Archie

Blvd.. 30.Arthur fL Wright. re..among .other members present. Latimer Williams of 1667 Roundtree; 1105 E. 5th
McTier, 1265 W. ) University Drive> was St. ; Girl.

31st St? 61 and Pearl .... .... .... .... .... .... winner of the spirited Pew Mr. and Mrs. Ceell Hol-
Howard, 1265 W. 31st St. NEW AKM MEMBERS Inducted into the Kappa Iota Chapter of Alpha Kappa Mu Rally Contest sponsored by sey; 1478 W. 22nd St ,

National Honor Society at Florida ASM University recently were: Betty Lo- the Day and Church Schoolsof Boy.
happy to
60.Chas. am reveal interesting details of the
B. Howell, 2018 Old wery (seated-left), Jacksonville; Anita V. Carter, Ft. Pierce; and Joyce Simpson Methodist
monthly meeting of The Women's Auxiliary to the
st. Augustine Rd. 19 and Davis Ft. Pierce. Standing, left to right: Franklin Hamilton QuincyEdward ; Medical, Dental and Pharmaceutical Association, Church, Rev. Joshua Red- Second Baptist

Dorothy A. Smith, 2800 Levine Jacksonville; Penelope A. Jones, Jacksonville; Robert Burney dick, pastor. Brenda is a
held April 6 in the
home of Dr. and Mrs. J. C.
Incinerator Rd. 17. Tallahassee; and John Daniels, Montgomery Ala. Downing. student at College Park Church ActivitiesChoir

Timmie Brackett. Jr. Kindergarten School Mrs.
Plans were made for the State Contention, which
1025 Palmetto St. 19 and Senior Women Everett, supervisor. The
To Convene May 23 West Union Women will be held in Tallahassee, June 10-13, 1963. 2 of Second Bap-
Dolly 0. Lynn. 718 E. Mother's Day event endedIn
The 33rd Annual Con- will preside and morning Attenaing the meeting were: Mrs. R. E. Smith, tist Church will observeIts
5th St. 19. Select 19 For a tie for second placein
ference of the Senior session speakers will be May Mrs. L. B. Childs, Mrs. R. V. Florence, Mrs. W. annual Tea Sunday from
IWiq,;..W. Green, Jr.1289 the Pew Rally attendance -
Women's District Conven- Mrs. Annie L. Fleming of W. Schell, Mrs. C. B. McIntosh, Mrs. J. Iszard, 3:30 to 5:30 p.m in the
,., ;28th st. 20 and GloriaJ. WomenDay Fete contest between
tion will convene ThursdayMay Second Baptist; Mrs. Vir- and Mrs. I. D. Harris. home of Mrs. Loreatha
Barney. 1842 Rowe Ave. Sarah Jordan and Mil-
18. 23rd at Mt. Carmel ginia Mack of Mt. Sinai Annual Women's Day willbe The March meeting was held at the lovely Ribault licent Mallory. Bush 1021 W. 13th St

Baptist Church, 1500 Baptist; Mrs. Hattie Hazel- observed Road residence of the L. B. Childs, and Mrs. W. Program participants will
Con ley E. Williams, May: 19 in West
Beach Fla. 23 and Harrison St Rev. C.C. ton of Friendly Baptistand Union Baptist Church with W. Schell was hostess to the February meeting.The Church Of Christ include selections by the

Elouise Crouch 129 6th Daniels, host pastor. Rev. Daniel Johnson, Mrs. Norma S. White serving May meeting will be held at the home of Mrs. Written In Heaven audience; welcome addressby

Fla. 17 Mrs. M.L. Johnson Is dis- alternate pastor of Mt. Roosevelt V. Florence, 4295 Katanga Drive, S. The Mrs. Batter B&aiwrlght;
St.S. Jax Beach as general chairmanand Sunday's order of
trict president, and Rev. Ararat Baptist Church. Miss session will begin at 8 p.m. on the 21st, with services introduction of mistressof
Evelyn C.
Jos. B. Byrd 1763 Fair-, W.M Hill moderator. Following the 1 p.m.* Bodi- the discussion of two inportant projects foremost at the Church of ceremonies, Mrs. J. C.

fax St. 51 and EliiabethP. i The opening session will dinner events will resume siding.Mrs.son. co-chairman. pre- on the agenda. All members are invited to attend. Christ Written in Heaven. Sams by Mrs. Anole L.

Bennett 347 W. 19th i get underway at 9 a.m. and at 2 p.m. Mrs. Lena 1434 Kings Road, will begin Huff; Scripture, Miss

St., 49. will end at 12 o'clock George, vice president Thelma J. Jones of ..* .... *... .... .... .... with Sunday School at Claudia Jones; prayer.
Bethel Baptist Institutional 10 a. m. with Mrs. E. Mc-
noontime. Mrs. Johnson presiding. Mrs. W.C. Neal Mrs. France D. Price.
Church will, be I Clendon superintendentand
will give the inspirational 'The West Twenty-fourth Street residence of Mrs. Also, selections by the
guest at themorning teachers
speaker charge.Mrs. .
1 its address and State Vermal Glover provided the setting for the most Stanton Vocational Trio;
now Pepsifor hour of worship. ] Dorothy Blakely is
I Presidents Rev J.C. Sams During the evening wor- recent meeting of The Charming Ladies Bridge }pianist.The reading. Mrs. Marie Col-
and Mrs. H.B. Miller will Club. lier; Solos, Mrs. Juanita
ship hour, "Sing Along sermon will be delivered
those who be introduced.Mrs. Priester aad Leo Prank
With West Union. will be The guest list was comprised of Mrs. Sara M. at the usual time
Mary Huey of Antioch Bush remarks by Rev. J.
tjjqjkyoung presented and directed by Richardson, Miss Bernice Griffin, Miss Theora Baptist will conduct the Mrs. Eliza R. Perry and I Leggins, Mrs. Margaret Mat his. and Mrs. Mary ;pastor. TPC will open at C. Sams pastor Mrs.
meditation and Mrs. Ara- co-workers. 031 Medic Jones, president and
i iI 6 with
p.m. Mrs. Susie M.
Fop bella Calendar of First The youth department will I Mrs. Margaret Day, Mrs. Sophye White and Mrs. j Brown in charge. offering by Deacon Earl
Baptist and Mrs. Rixle have charge of the BTU' West.
Ooretha Wilson were awarded prizes for outstanding Revival
Cook of Macedonia Baptist with Miss Margie Kelly and 1 meetings are Miss Esther Jaaes will be
performance In the bridge, play. i still being held nightly
will conduct and
the devotions co-workers presiding. organist-accompanist
Other members of the club participating in the
Miss Amelia Bryant pre- Rev. E.T. JonesTo meeting included Mrs.Dorothy DunlapMrs. Delphenia
M. Greene, Mrs. Lillian Stukes and Mrs. Earnestine
sident Mrs. Mary Daniels
Address FNI Poole. I
directress, and Mrs. EssieM. s

Brown, counselor will Annual ServicesST. .... .... .... .... .... ....
supervise the 5 p.m.
Children s Hour. AOGDSTINE speaker
for the seventy-first Mrs. Mable Jones Mrs. Versa Me Cone and Mrs.
t The evening program will
Marie Jackson were guest players when Gems
begin at 7 p... Rev. L.H. baccalaureate services of Bridge
ling of St. Paul Baptistand Florida Normal and Industrial Club aet last Friday evening in the Jerome Road

e Rev. Leroy Clayton of Memorial Collegeon home of Mr. and Mrs. T. V. Thomas. Mrs. Jones

First New Zion Baptist, Sunday May 19 at 3 p m. was the recipient of the guest prize.

a will deliver the sermon. In the Heckscher Gymna- Club members receiving sizes included Mrs.

Devotions sill be led by to rium will be the Catherine Robinson, Mrs. Lillian Davis and Mrs. w

Mrs Mary Newby of First Reverend E. Theodore Jones Marie McClain. Mrs. Robinson ms also awarded r

Baptist and Mrs. Susie McGraw assistant director. Department the door prize.:,

of Mt. Ararat. Mrs. of Schools and Other participants included Mrs. Marian WaI.ker. t

;, M.L. Johnson presidentwill Colleges. Division of Miss Zelma Johnson, Mrs. Catherine Jacks, Mrs.

offer remark Christian Higher Education Myrtis Thomas and Mrs. Alvenia Scrlvea

g First New Zion choirs and American Baptist Her mother or her sister

ushers will serve. Convention according to sent post as the first Sunday SessionThe
-- a'; President R. W. Puryear.A full-time Negro executive BOTH ENJOY YOUTHFUL, NATURAL-LOOKING HAIR COLOR

,,, Zion Hope Plans graduate of Virginia for the American Baptist Rlbaalt Heights Community Whether you want the excitement: eta different

Union University, Reverend Convention Board of Christian Club will hold its i hair shade or want to give new We to dull or
Joint AnniversaryThe Jones received the B.D. Higher Education he monthly meeting Sunday : gray hair .insist on the kmg4aating hureolor
The livelier life Is more popular than in the famous red package
degree from Crozier -Godefrey'*
deacons and trusteesof served 14 years as dean of night at 5 p.m. In the
ever today...and so Is Pepsi-Cola. Zion Hope Baptist Theological Seminary the chapel and associate home of Mrs. John A. Monroe one 1A.rieuae.1t.package.--eaay there's to nothing apply and else complete to buy. in

And nothing drenches your thirst PII COLA Church will observe their Chester Pennsylvania and professor of sociology at 4361 Roth Drive. All ,

anniversary Jointly May th e M.A degree in Virginia Union University embers are urged to be !tNleJtoyr 18 LOVKYcotoRs
like a cold, inviting Pepsi.
19. sociology from the University Richmond Virginia. present.Mrs. .

So think young-say "Pepsi, pleasel." Rev. E.L. Wilcox will be of Pennsylvania. The Reverend Jones lea Lillie M. Jones_ .re LAaItuaI.

../Mt1LL' u. N"1 sal,---..--.-..M...W_ .._..wqu..r.., the anniversary speaker. Before assuming his pre- native of Georgia. porter. -" 7"1 Oo* frvy Mfg.C mp.ny.:391O OMv at.SATYRIAY *-_...w...,i..

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h Complete Annual Observance n, Program Trinity Baptist..r- Joseph KingTo About People

-: Church
; 'if; ServicesMiss

Betty Ann Royalston Piano RecitalJoseph Mr. and Mrs. W. Brown of New York City are the

I Y e* will be presented in current guests of Mr. and Mrs. L. C. Franklin,

"God's Trombone" during King son of Mr. 1504 West Twenty-seventh Street.
and Mrs. Thelton King
the evening hour
worship 1063 W. 21st Street, will
Sunday. She will be accompanied S s t t C .
be presented ,in a piano
by the Misses
recital May 26 at 4 p.m
Gloria Johnson Cassandra Rev. H. B. Bivins, Mrs. Mildred Bivlas and SOB,
in the auditorium of Mt
Neal and Mary Maxwell. Jimmy, left the city last week for Los Angeles.
Ararat Baptist Church.
Choirs 2 and 3 will serve. California to attend the Brotherhood, Railway aDd
Rev. Dallas J. Graham
The program will begin at Steam Ship Convention. While there, they will make
P pastor.
6:30 pm in the main various tours. Rev. and Mrs. Bivln-s reside at
The recital is being
auditorium of the church 1680 W. Second Street. He is a member of St.
sponsored by the Sick Com-
f- 1.i Other activities will include Peters Baptist Church and Mrs. Bivias is a memberof
: mittee of the church and_
Sunday School at West Union Baptist Church.
District 12. of which King
.9130 a.m. with Deacon W.
is member. He is also
Bannister and teachers in a .... .... .... .... .... ....
affiliated with the Sunday
charge. Rev. Henry Barnes
School's senior depart-
will review the lesson. ment. A Silver Tea will be sponsored May 19, from 4

TL Devotions leading up to King has attended Mary to 6 p.m. in the home cf Mrs. Ella Williams for

; the 11 a.m. worship will McLeod Bethune Elementaryand the benefit of the building fund of the House of
be led by the Deaconess Bd
Darnell-Cookman God, Mrs. Evelyn West will be the !eeker.
t The pastor. Rev. C.J.
Schools where he was a
Crosby will deliver the .... .... .... .... .... ....
member of the patrol and
E sermon.
served as pianist for
This week closes the chapel programs. He was Mrs. Henrietta Cleveland of 1419 Madison Street

1t annual Revival Services crowned prince of Darnell- made a trip to Lake City last Saturday, to visit
which have been led
by Cookman and was awarded a her brother Roscoe, who is confined in the hos-
former Jacksonville
U. S. Bond for that pital there. The Madison Street neighbors who
minister Rev. G.W. Phil-
achievement.At are accustomed to seeing I hlpf* come aad go oa his
lips, now pastorlng at New
present he is a memberof bicycle, are wishing for him a speedy recovery.
I L ; Hope Baptist Church in the 9-6 homeroom at

Fort Lauderdale. Northwestern High School .... .... .... .... .... ....
Choirs 1 and 4 and Usher
OFFICERS AND MEMBERS of the Dukes and Duchess program chairman. Other members are: Mrs. Barbara a bass singer in the
Boards 1 and 3 will serve
Social Savings Club are inviting friends and the Atkins, treasurer; Mrs. Essie Mae Bright, chap- school chorus and a per- Elijah Hamilton, wellknown musician, left the
throughout the day.
general public to their annual anniversary pro- lain; Mrs. Thelma Harris, Mrs. Sophia Collington former on several musical city Wednesday of last week for Los Angeles,
At 3 p.m. the choirs
gram which will be held Monday night, May 20th and Mrs. Ruth Devoe. Standing from left: Mrs. usher boards and congrega- programs there.Selections Calif. for an indefinite stay. He is the SOB of

at 8 p.m. in Trinity Baptist Church, Rev. C. J. Margaret Black, critique; Mrs. Annie L. Wilson, tion will accompany the will include Mrs. Mary Hamilton of 1353 W. 25th Street.

Crosby, host pastor. The crowning of the queen recording secretary; Mrs. Mary Holley, James works of the master com-
will feature the well-rounded program. Members pastor to Mt. Moriah Bap- chopin. Beethovenand .... .... .... ..e. .... ....
Scott, John Cheeseborough, Albert Marshall, Mrs. -,,ti st Church in the posers
seated from left are: Mrs. Clara Davis, Mrs. Debussy.
Mary Wescott, Mrs. Maple Hall, vice president_ interest of the church'sand
Ivory Simon, Savings Fund treasurer; Mrs. Mary and Mrs. Minnie Griffin, financial secretary. pastor's anniversary. King is a piano studentof The Ladies of Leisure Social and Saving Club

Houston, president; Mrs. Mary Cummings, Mrs. (Royal Art Studio Photo) Following the evening worship Richard T. Hadley. will sponsor a Seasonal Tea May 19 from 4 to

I Betty Brown, reporter and Miss Dianne Scott, Miss Ocala Graham musical director at North- 6 p.m. at the Wilder Park Recreation Center,

western High School. Third and Mt.
Thurman Thomas Will I Deliver will present a Waist Rallyin Herman Streets.
Bishop Wilkes
38th t AssemblyPlans the interest of the Bishop Ball Returns
To Address B C s Co mmencement' Addresses annual Women's Day observance ..t. .... .... .... .... ....

; From Two
'- Sessions
CompletedBy : 'f' which terminates

EWC GraduatesThe f + ,Sunday. June 30th. Bishop W..F. Ball Presiding Griends are invited to support the Marie M.

Rt. Rev. W.R. Wilkes, Church Of GodThe On Monday night the Bishop of the 11th Gray Scholarship Tea to be given May 19, at the

presiding Bishop of the Duke and Duchess Social Episcopal District embracing YWCA from 4 to 6 p.m. The sponsors are the Wo-
Church of God. Steele
6th Episcopal District of will be and Savings Club will hold Florida and the men's Auxiliary to the National Alliance of
and Blue Streets
Georgia. Chancellor of v their anniversary in the Bahama Islands, returnedto Postal Employees. .
Morris Brown the scene of the 38th .
church auditorium. Choirs. the city Thursday May
Atlanta. Ga. and retiring annual assembly which 2 and 3 will furnish the 9th from the sessions of S... .... .... .... .... ....
convenes May 20 at 10 p.m.
President of the Bishops'Council
music. the General Conference
At this time the Councilof JL'z.ft
of the African Tuesday night, prayer Commission held in Cinci- Mrs. Janie Gilbert, a member of the Florida Star
Twelve will begin its
Methodist Episcopal Church meeting and Bible study natti Ohio. staff, was beautifully surprised last Monday

has been chosen by Bishop sessions. will be featured. On His busy schedule of recent which was her birthday by other members of the

William F. Ball. Sr presiding May 21. at 7 p.m. the Wednesday the choirs were rounds of mis- staff. Miss Hilda Wooten had Mrs. Gilbert choose
will beheld
Bishop of the 11th official. opening have been usher boards and congregation sionary retreats on annual her own gift. She was in the dark all the way until -
Episcopal District and will accompany the conference levels and on she found out later that she had chosen her

chairman of Board of arranged for each night. pastor to Day Spring Bap- last Sunday the dedicationof own gift from the staff.
of Edward for the opening devotion
Management tist Church. Friday night a new pastor's home for

Waters College and Pre- will be conducted by Rev. : the various departmentwill Payne, Chapel A.M.E. Church .... .... .... .... .... ....
W.C. Menendez of Lakewood
sident W.B. Stewart to DR. HOWARD THURMAN DR. JAMES S. THOMAS accompany the pastorto West Palm Beach, Reverend
deliver the Baccalaureate N.J. Scripture and remarks -,
Sermon Sunday. May 25th at Rev. Alphonso. DAYTONA BEACH---Dr. Howard Thurman, dean t 1'.st:1J1Q: .1::.Baptist! H.M. Harris pastor. Maybe by this time everyone knows that Billy

B.F. Lee Auditorium to the Menendez of Burlington of Marsh Chapel, Boston University, will Church. Also attending the com- Brown the Florida Star's MAN ABOUT TOWN is in

graduating class of 1963 N.J. deliver the Baccalaureate Address on Joint choirs rehearsalwill mission from Florida were the Army. He is presently stationed at Fort

Bishop Ball and President Welcome address. Rev. C. Sunday, May 26, at 3 o' clock in the after- be held Saturday at| Rev. A.R. Richardson, Pre- Gordon, Augusta, Georgia.

t Stewart also announce that P. Bright Jr. welcome to noon in the Moore Gymnasium and Dr. JamesD. 5 p.m. in preparation for siding Elder of the West

of the the 4th Sunday's Communion Jacksonville District; .... .... .... .... .... .... I
.any other dignitarieswill delegates host pastor. Thomas, associate secretary
service at 4 p.m.Brewster Rev. W. F. Ball Jr. of
Education of the Methodist Church
be present for this Rev. H.G. Poitier and Board of ,

grand occasion and all city officialsselections; ; Nashville, Tennessee, will deliver the Men South Jacksonville Dis- The wedding reception of Mr. and Mrs. Ed Robin-

friends of the school and host church and the Assem- Commencement Address on Monday, May 27, Celebrate trict and Rev. I.D. Hin- son, who were married April 21, in the First

embers of the communityare bly Choir; Sermon Rev. at 10 o'clock in the forenoon, in the son. Pastor of Bethle AME Baptist Church, will be held Friday, May 17 at

state overseer RichardV. Mother's DayBY Church Tallahassee. 7:30 p.m. in the church No invitations
invited to attend all J.N. Geiger. Moore Gymnasium, according to Dr. annex. are

sessions of the commencement North and South Moore, president of Bethune-Cookman C. PARHAM JOHNSONThe Sister's Funeral being sent, but all friends of the couple are

exercises. Carolina; alter call. College invited. ........
Dr. W.A. McMillan, dean- Brewster Men's Club Attended By .._. po" _-

registrar of Bethune- observed its annual .... '.... .... ":... .... ....

SALE GOOD Cookman College, states Mother's Day activitieslast Mrs. W.F. BallMrs.

'% t that 115 seniors will receive Sunday in the diningroom
The Royal Charity Club will
W.F. Ball who has sponsor a Spiritual
ALL WEEKMAY degrees. Three of Brewster'MethodistHospital just completed Retreat Tea May 19 at 3223 Gilmore Street, wits Mrs. A.
Honorary Degrees will be with
Courses Missions M. Frazier as hostess. Members are asked to attend -
15-MAY 19 conferred as follows: Dr. J. Earl Morse pre- on and bring
a guest.
2 DISCOUNT STORES: James SamueL Thomas. Associate siding. through the 11th Episcopal

830 Canal Ave. Secretary. Divi- The meeting served a District, embracing Florida .... .... .... .... .... ....
sion of Higher Fducation. twofold where she lectured to
(NEAR COLLEGE) purpose. The pro-
Board of Education of the gram paid tribute large audiences of Mis-
1824 W. Beaver St. Methodist Ch rch. Nash- to sionary workers on organization The Freewill Prayer Band will sponsor a !Spiritual
mothers and *
U.S. 90 Nun Stockton ville. Tennessee and Vice a surprise and church administration Tea May 26 from 4 to 6 p.m. at 944 E. Union
Wilson or Armour Star Smokec for Street Stokes
Rev. Georgia will be the speaker.
called to
Chairman of the Executive Mrs.
Morse the
r HAM Shank Portion or LB. 39 Committee of the Board of wife of the president who Detroit on Tuesday May 6, .... .... .... .... .... ....
for the
Trustees of Bethun-cook- :is also the supervisor of funeral of her

man College--Doctor of the Medical Record Room at Bister-in law Mrs. James

Laws; Bishop James Walton Brewster. Mrs. Morse received Moton. INDEPENDENT OIL CO ,

FRYERS LIMIT I 25 Henley. Resident Bishop. many beautiful and Joining Mrs. Ball were KEROSENE HOME DELIVERY

u. Florida and Cuba Con- valuable gifts which came three of her sisters: Mrs. MECHANIC ON, DUTY

ferences of the Methodist from many such Ada Player of Fitzgerald, Ike Joseph ------------------- Proprietor
Florida Grade "A" sources as
LargeEGGS 00 Church (SEJ.Jacksonville the junior choir of St. Jacksonville Ga.; Mrs. Leola and Mrs.Dixon Lil-of State and Jefferson Streets El 6-9432

2 DOZ. 15 SMALL 4 DOZ. $1 Florida and Chairman of Paul AME Church some employees lian Shepherd of West Palm

the Executive Committee of of Brewster and Beach. OPEN FOR BUSINESS

Center CutHAM the Board of Trustees of individuals, and from some Emanuel Celebrates OOODSON CLEANERS Announces the Opening of a New

Bethune-Cookman College-- of the teachers and stu- Branch Office at 5504 Avenue B. "(bae Where You

SLICES LB.69c Doctor of Laws; The dents of New Stanton High Women s Day Sunday Can Get Quality Cleaning at Budget Prices."

Reverend Jack Alexander School. -- FREE PICKUP ft: DELIVER SERVICE --
Mrs. Sarah Rice and Mrs.
Davis Executive Secretary Mrs. Morse was too happyto
Estelle Williams McKlsslck
Look What 5100 will Florida Council of .
Buy _speak but her husband. will be the morning and .v

Churches. Jacksonville the president came to her afternoon's
Smoked Slob or Sliced $ Florida and Trustee of rescue and expressed speakers during principal Sunday'sannual Ir {

BACON .' . 3 LBS. ... Doctor Bethune-Cookman of College-. thanks to her many friends Women's Day observance '
Divinity.Six until she could her-
at Emanuel _
Bap- .
WHITE BACON 4LBS. .. citations will be self together. The whole tist Church. ,;. '

presented to the follow- idea was engineered byMrs. During the 7 p.m. Evening ; >,- \
Fresh Ground Beef 3 ing persons for their outstanding Cle.entine Macon ;; 1YF
LIS. ... Worship the choirs will
contributions: Harris a teacher in the
be featured In "Songs inWorship"
r BEEF LIVER 3 Mrs. Lucille Roberts New Stanton High School. :
m a LIS. .. program. Mrs.
Armour Capitol BrandWEINERS Schuler, Brooklyn, New The Mother's Day Addresswas Sallie Robinson chairman. .f-nr-i",
York--Business and Civic
delivered by Mrs.
Mrs. Corene Bynnm. cochairman 4
3us. Enterprise; Mrs. Mae Al donia C.
Joyner and Mrs. Sally
._ a ..
Armour Capital BrandBOLOGNA Garris. New York City-. principal of the Susie E. Armstead. Young Women* s LEARN A TRADE
Business and Civic Enterprise -
Tolbot Elementary School.
3 Mrs. Ruble E. Pnx- chairman will presidentover In Six Short
; Mrs. Joyner used Menus ThatWill
as a
a a .' us. ... the respective
Armour Capital Brand Smoked den-DlJ'tDna Beach--Educa- subject "Van in Orbit." events.The .

SAUSAGE tion end Civic Enterprise: It was one of the most impressive public Is invited. I Be BENEFICIALFor

3 LIS. ... Louis .(. Kottle. Daytona messages ever de-
Beach--Business and Human livered to the group of a LIFETIME
Watch. file W"I4.Js Greatest GtSflI l Siittrs Relations; The Reverend men The president asked Released Frog Hospital JACKSONVILLEBARBER

Benhamin A. Anderson. Mrs. Joyner to reserve Friends may be Interestedto

WJXT ChMitl 4 Ev ry Stwby, 9:30 f.i.. Warrington, Florida--Religion that speech for she wouldbe learn that Thomas Willis COLLEGE INC.

and Human Relations invited to of 629 W. Church St.
apeak again
Spoisireri &jf Preiier. Meat Markets has been released from 630 DAVIS
and Mrs. C.B. Nelson- soon and he w mid certainly ST. at Beaver
We Cut. .You Wrap. .Avg.Wt.250 Lbs.
Daniels. TallahasseeCivic -- like for other men of confinement In Brewster
100% Air CoiditiiiriJACKS8NVILLE.
: Enterprise and Roman the club to hear that ad- Hospital following a recent -
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,.,. Final rites forpopularsportsbus1nessman A young lady once said to a noted l musician, "I
would give my life if I could lear to master
Joyner were attendedby music as you have done with this perfol'1HBcetonight.

f an overflow atten- ." He quickly asserted, 'You have the

,1 dance of relativesand key, for that is Just what I have given, my life,

friends Monday at in order for me to master my field in music."
s Everyone is giving his life daily for
4 In
al p.m. St. Paul AME
.... : y : Church, Rev. R. J. thing; the question is whether or not you are
giving your life for a worthy No
cause. one
y, > ., Blaine pastor, of-
ficiating. would attempt to give his life without the expectation -
4 Mr. Joyner's sudden of a return in that which, he thinks,

j passing ccurred Tuesday is worth the life that he gives. We cannot stop

Lt afternoon May 7 at the 'Clock' of life. Life passes every moment.
his 1037 West 33rd St. We cannot hold it back. There are people who have

residence where he had given their lives for money, prestige, power,

been recuperating froma comfort and ease, self expression, permanent
recent illness. security, for others' security and salvation and

Interment was in the many other causes. Some of these are good; some

family plot In Memorial are bad.'lbere .

Cemetery, J.E. l11i tUng- are those of us who give our lives merely

ton Funeral Home in for making a living, rather than for making more

rr charge. life. Making life bigger and greater should be

our business.In making a living, we are primarily

concerned in our own affairs. When our own affairs -

are pleasing, we consider ourselves

; "straight with the world," and point to these
affairs of ours as a proof of our perfection.We .

erroneously assume that a .11 ving' is a sound

credential of effeciency. But, may re-assert,

"A Living" is a poor Investment for a life.

Those of us who give our lives for a living are

throwing away life. This assertion is not

designed to make those of us comfortable who use

w human views as a basis for our thought. It did

wAN not make too many comfortable during the days

when Jesus Christ walked the earth in person.

1I Those of us who accept the philosophy of Jesus

I Christ and understand the same, only, can be

comfortable hearing such assertion. NO one who

follows Christ or accepts his thinking is comfortable -

Just making a 'big living, for we know
that our business Is helping to make life. Anyonecan

make a living.We .

should never lose sight on the fact that the

Creation represents Purpose. If our lives have
r : not been given to that purpose, it has been

S S ;, p misused. if our lives are invested in life, it
has ended already.

Woodiawi Presbyterian Duke University


,aE S S CHURCH NOTES Duke University may, get

$ ; BY L.N. PEARSON SR. its first Negro under-
55 7, ya M graduate students this

The United PresbyterianYouth year, according to Informed -

S S will meet at 4 p.m. sources.
j in the Westminster Hut I

Saturday May 18. Juniors '

will meet at 4 o'clock. I'
/ f
11'II Seniors will meet at 5:00p. :

S The Church School will
S begin Sunday May 19 at
v. > : atS 1 1I'
10:00 a.m. in the George :
;: :: Washington Carver Elemen-

tary School with T.V.

\ I .: :t ,Huger charge.superintendent The school is in .

located at 2854 W. 45th
# :Y3 .- -1 8 r 9ti Street at Vernon Road.

The Morning Worship Service -
; will begin at 10:55:

4t a.m. with C. E. Simmons, 1 1i
Jr., playing the prelude.Rev. i
i j ;
A S : : 1A4. Franklin D. Wilson,
-' pastor will deliver the

r sermon. The United Choir

will support the rites

S'a.: 'a. with the piano.C.E. Simmons Jr. at

Wednesday', May 22 Elder
} J.B. Darby, and Deacon 2 POWDERS 5
w Ellen Green.will direct

Al l $ 4 : the Mid-week Worship held 12 POWDERS 25'
In the Westminster Hut at
.S.- 7:30 p.m. We are askingour
,. sS 24 POWDERS 49
members to come out
S 4 ,
; and bring a friend Let us

fill the Hut in appreciation -

of the good work Goodu'sHEflPACHl
k 2 .} these two faithful leadersare HNvAi oor

doing. Our greatest POWD R$
work-to win souls for

!b ris t.

You Don t Have to Go to Town to Get


FINAL RITES for Red" Dan Joyner, prominent convey: remains from the church. Second row (left) and other Elkdom official. On right, mourners

I. member of the c &munitys sports and business Revs. 1. F. Foster, C. J. Scriven, R. A. King and at graveside service. Fourth row left: Prominent Tour 5'S.. .

f circles during the past 45-years, were held R.J. Blaine (foreground), lead procession from business leader Willie Motley(center) and '
E Monday at 4 P... when an overflow attendance of church to graveside service. Photo right: Honorary close friends of Mr. Joyner at graveside ser DRUG STORE NEEDS

J family members and friends paid final respect in pallbearers are the deceased fellow members vice. Pix on right: a portion of the floral Trade With Tour Neighborhood Drag More

St. Paul AME Church, Rev. R. J. Blaine, pastor from Macro Lodge No. 8, I.B.P.O.E. of W., Jack-, bearers. Other mourners in attendance and Rev. IB WILL MEET ANT PRICES ADV. IN TOOK LOCKi PA,..

officiating. In top photo, active pallbearers sonvllle. Third row (left) shows Maceo Lodge R. J. Blaine delivering the eulogy.Al We Deliver-Ie Also Fill All Doctors': Prescriptions

Hasp Sullivan Emanuel Wilkerson, El mo re Davis, Exalted ruler Leon Gonsales (second from left) ( Crawford Photos)
Hubert Thompson.. Levi Barter and Robert T. Holler '
Conference Attendees 19l1ituarft5 Dixie Pharmacy

To Give RecitalMrs. Meet Sunday
Jo IUAKI--Dr. Melvin 0. Alston, dean of the school Mrs, Ella Wright Wlmbush; Bennie Dickerson; 3820
Bessie Grant will be 1302 Kins Real at .,rUe AYHHH
'The Ladies Red Rose Club of education; Mrs. Gertrude Simmons, assistant 112 Central Avenue; St. Stuart Street.
presented in a Musical Recital -
Sunday evening May will hold its regular professor of secondary education, and Dr. Anne Augustine Florida. Henry' E. Robinson; 533ft! W. Plates EL 5-5537-11
monthly aeeting Sunday at Gayle, professor of education, all of FloridaA. Edward Randall; 280 Watts State street. .
19th at seven o'clock, in ...
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'3 p.m. in the hone of Mrs. and M. University, attended the Teacher Educa- Street. Hiss Helen Cook; 340 E.
the auditorium of Mt.Sinai
Betty Robinson, 5714 tion Advisory Council meeting here on April 1-2. Mrs. Ida Cherry Holler. .Ualon street. PAY YOiR LIGHT, HATER INI TElEWW
Baptist Church Mrs. Grant
'is a member of Mt. Sinai, Potier Drive. All members The theme of the meeting concerned the qualityand 1850 W. 30th Street. irf*-Jlsaa Hamilton; 1877 BILLS AT GBR SINE
are requested to be present quantity of the specialization area for elementary Mrs. Aaanda Phillips; 1663 W. 6th Street.W. .
serving of the so-
as one
education majors 33rd Street. * *
lists of choir number two

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k Veterans Meet ;.: .

" Here Saturday -- .
Gateway Auxiliary No. Key Underwriters Receive CitationsSERVICE

Surf Fishermen! Is PIN AWARDS featured the regular agency
3131 W.W.I. Veterans will a
company. In photo left, Mrs. Betsch presents 30; Atrus L. Fleming E.
30r L. Vance, 40 Mrs.
bottom of the Jacksonville District of the Afro-
host its regular meeting < stealing all meeting 40-year pin to E. L. Vance. Honorees in middle
M. L. Betsch
Saturday coming at Brooks your' sinkers?. (Also Streamor Life Insurance Co. meeting held Thursday afternoon photo front from left ; J. D. Mather, 25; P. M. Douglas,
row with
their years o f 25
W. D.
; Brown 10
P. J. McIntosh
; 25. Photo
Lake Fishermen! Is a April 4 in the Afro Building auditorium,
Community Center 1408 service denoted
are H. S. Walton
: 5; Mrs. N. L. (right) from left L. R. Raiford
rocky..oh. you get the 107 East Union St. J. D. Mather, district manager : Atrus Fleming
Tyler Street. All ladies Williams 5 James
; 5; E. C. Deas, 5 ; Rev. N. B. Williams
Mrs. M. L. Betsch
P. J.
idea. ) The little bags Mrs. M. L. Betsch executivevice
are asked to be present presiding. ,
Mrs. M. L. Hartley; 5 and T. L. Redding 5.Middlerow MCIntosh J. M. Argrett J. D. Mather and P. M.
to receive membership tobacco( comes in make fine president--treasurer presented the awardsto
from left: Miss Gussie Williams 5 Mrs. Douglas. Other
; L. awardees included: F. H. Hoover,
sinkers when
cards and are requestedcome filled with district employes having maximum of 40-years
sand. M. Ashford, 20; and Miss Thelma Ward, 20. Back 25; Miss E. Brooks, 25; J. F. Thayer 15; Mrs.M. .
prepared to order to hang up. service to dcwn to a five-year minimum. The
*Slide row from left: L. R. Raiford, 30; J. M. Argrett, Royster, 15, and Miss G. Williams, 15.
j uniform caps. over obstacles. Hold 24 awardees have contributed a total of 420
35; Mrs. G. p. Hammond. 15: Rev. N. B. Williams, (Royal Art Studio Photos)
, I The Auxiliary is closing great. years of continual service with the 62-year olds

its charter and all wives DOUBLE DUTY PLIERS *"

daughters sisters and Patterson JoinsNEW Birmingham Deal"I Top Seniors
I widows are asked to join. One kind of tip always Suitably Cited

If not meet with us that tickles us. It's the double YORK -- (ANP) -- was sitting around .

you will know what your duty kind where one gadget Former heavyweight cham- camp reading the papers

benefits are for w. w. 1 can be made to do the pion Floyd Patterson last and watching television.

Veterans. work of another gadget. week showed more guts I saw them turn the hoseson

f Mrs. Willie Mae Hart. than the man who took his
t This one is pliers. Just +t, people and heard about

President requests all grind down one handle A title away in pledging to the dogs biting the peopleI ..dY

officers be present to> u ntil it makes a screw- 0 Join baseball Hall of felt Guilty. It was justas
roll call as this is the I / Famer Jackie Robinson
driver. The other-handle A on a much my fight as
last meeting before the grinds flat and 'V the RikJ 'Freedom March' in heirs. a

Convention at Tampa. end. Voila! a hook dis- Birmingham Ala. to pro- "Some people say this

gorger. test racial segregation. will affect my career or a.
City Appointee While Listen who knockedout the gate of my fight.

DtIYE'N: SFRVE Patterson last Sept. "I don't care. The fight

( ''I 25 to win the championshipwas becomes secondary to some- h 5
This isn't a really new
letting others talk thing like this."
tip. But it's timely.
for him Patterson spoke Patterson said he may do
season draweth
boldly for himself. One ofListon's some fighting in Birmingham -
A nigh. And you've got hot
P' food when you arrive if A NEW COLONEL---Little Christopher polishes the advisor. Rev. if police try to set

k 1 you take labels off cans. shiny; bright silver leaf ornament on the shoulders Edward Murphy S.J. of dogs, upon him.
of his dad Loyola Catholic church in 'I will be nonviolentbut
: I punch a small hole in same Lt. Colonel William Goode, pro-
f (to let steam escape) and fessor of military science at A. and T. Collegeand Denver, said Sonny "defi I will not sit back 'Sy

v stow each in the slot is in charge of the U.S. Army ROTC Detachment nitely will not" Join and let dogs bite me. I

1 between manifold and at the college, who last week was pro- Patterson and Robinson. He would protect myself
said Liston has "
an obliga- against them.
1 block on your auto 'moted to his new rank. Looking on from centeris
1I tion to the
I engine. A drive to picnic : Mrs. Goodethe former Miss Lois Alexander of public. The first rule of pro-
Patterson: on the other fessional prize
site and--such hot stuff! 'Knoxville, Tennessee.
...:> ,. hand said he considersJ to "protest yourselfat
.. Youth -- dining -!tie D protest: a' all time. "
Barons Jets James LewisIs greater FAMU GRADUATES WITH GRESTER DISTINCTION-Students -
obligation. He. Patterson said before
Miss Minnie Thomason, graduating from Florida A. and M. univer-
\ r r made up his mind while relaxing leaving here to Join
a senior at Northwestern sity with greater distinction were: Elaine Mil-
WILLIAM L. HARRIS' recent at his camp where Robinson that he
Junior-Senior Clash PromotedBy ler (front row, left to
appointment as Assistant High HereJacksonville's he is training for the rematch be arrested handled right) Clearwater, and
School, will addressthe Klara Boyd, Tampa. Second row, (left to right) :
City Attorney in Topeka with Liston on July roughly and put in jail."
youth at St. Stephens John Daniels, Montgomery, Ala.
6CO Jets Adolphus
Kansas by Mayor Hal W. ACL Railroad 22 at Las Vegas, Nev. But he has made arrange-
Church during their Lewis, Jacksonville.
will off against
Gerlach. makes him the {monthly youth services i their second nationally "" ...A. .'., =.......--<, ......._-Said Floyd: ment--for- his ball
first Negro ever to serve! ""
at 11 o'clock, Sunday, ]known baseball
full time in this ca-
}May 19.Miss. Myrtle Avenue Ball Park and
Thomason is a Thursday nigh May 23 at

Tuskegee Raises member of Shiloh Metro- 8 p.m. when they take the

politifin Baptist Church. field against the famed

Course, Other FeesTUSKEGEE She the serves as a memberof Birmingham Black Barons. & Girls Can Make' Money ;=-.

Sunday School The Barons three-time

INSTITUTE. Ala Department, BTU ands world champions of the Ne- '.

Course and incidental fee youth council. gro National League have ?
at Tuskegee Institute will
produced such renowned*
be increased from $225 toram ing' s Grid
major league stars as!
262.50 a semester at the Hundreds of Florida Star NewsboysAre
Machine Rated Willie (Say Hey) Mays. |
opening of the fall term Piper Davis of the Hawa

in September. 1963. This MultiTalentedil aian-Pacific Coast League. | EARNING from $1. to $10.00"eekly
change in fees was effected s,
George Smith of the LEWIS
GRAMBLING Syracuse q
during the Apr The Grambling College Chiefs of the IL. and The AtlanticCoast Line And LEARNING to do business. .
meeting of the Institute'sBoard
the all-time backstop
football factory is not as great Railroad has appointed

of Trustees and talent-rich as it was a Pepper Boakets. The James Lewis as tassenger- YOUNGSTERS! ( you are smart and .; .
amounts to an increase of Baro! will leave here to ''
but there M
year ago will representative with headquarters
$75 for the school year. tour other Florida cities. want to earn
be little need for the at Charlesso'n.S your own money

The necessity for maintaining '- coaching staff to waste an This year's Barons' line C. it was announced by this is the to do it. '
and further untold amount of sympathy up boasts such outstanding: Ray Paschallmanager way %

developing quality programs [ on itself. luminaries as slick- passenger sales and
for the student in Coach Eddie Robinson fielding second sacKer vice. PARENTSI! Your child may not : .

face of continual Increases l- ended spring grid practice Rufus Gibson; long ball The new passenger need -
repre- but the "
in instructionalexpensewas money training
hitting "Stinky" Wil gainedas
Wednesday without even a sentatives will be responsible -

the major) slight sign of faint- llama Swinging Buddy for the solicitation will '
factor prompting the a newsboy help him to be
heartedness. despite the Ivory; flipping the mask of passenger _

Bo ard s action loss of eight players from, off will be Orol Bailey; business primarily group I successful in later life. "
of the -
Despite the Increase.Tuskegee the '62 squad to professional along with their veteran travel. over the Coast Many w

students will clubs. player-manager Jim Canady Line systea Paschall said.A most successful
still, pay only about one- The 600 Jets team men were Newsboys. .
The White team heavily plays native of Tampa. PI a..
third of the cost of their
: textured with freshmen city league games on Monday Mr. Lewis attended the -

education while the upset the beefy Gold[ nights in Beach t public schools there and t .

majority of private college ][ regulars. 34-26 in the, Stadium while losing; graduated from Stanton Start A Route Anywhere ,"

students pay about annual intersquad game to, only to the Indianapolis Evening School at JaCkson- ,

one-half. destroy any illusions that Clowns 1-0. have wins over ville Fla. He also at- You Live In Florida

Increases have also been the Tigers will be easy the Brunswick. Ga. Red: tended Edward Waters

made in allocations for picking next fall. Wings. Waycross Red Sox. College in Jacksonville.

scholarships and other Sparkling forays by Eli The Jets-Clowns thrillerwas A resident of Jacksonville : Well Put Tea IB easiness -". .: a U '
forms of financial aid to I w
played last
Smith. Lawrence Chambers. April 15 since 1955. Mr.

students. Willie Williams and the in the local ball park. Lewis has been active In .. .

Students desiri' motivating force and I Jets Manager John Kennedy the civic and social affairs FILL OUT THIS COUPON TODAY'. 4

financial aid may applyfor ] passing of Quarterbacklicheal ; feels that he will have of the city. He is a I FLORIDA STAR P.O. BOX 561. JACKSONVILLE 1. FLA.

federal student loans: Howell inundated t the local clique in top member of the Baptist ,

scholarships, and campus the Go d.Fullback. shape when they face the 'Church the JacksonvilleUrban t ....;

employment. Institute'*s Henry Dyer Barons a team which has League Guild and the .: f1'

Placement Office will also single-handedly kept the provided: major-league James Weldon Johnson TMCA. MINOR 8 FIRST NAME LAST NAME .

assist students In finding Gold in the contest by calibre baseball here fore In 1959 he was honored by .

part-time work during the barrelling through thand many years. the railroad "for his

regular school term White's tough defense for valuable contribution in

summer employment. four touchdowns. CHtd At FOlD furthering courtesy on the ACTRESS. STBEET ft NUMBER PHONE: NO. \ .

Atlantic Coast Line and in
Twelve students graduated
fostering good will for
with greater distinction.They Send ay child 20 copies of the Florida Star on
Having a Party. Taking the .
the were Klara Boyd Rose credit to start MB In business. I will pay the
Family eti an Outing He entered Coast Lineservice
PICK UP YOUR PACKAGED ICE M!I. Crosby John F DanielsVernell on July 4. 1945. Florida Star lit for each copy he sells. Those

rt f M *f MT M ? toMttoM tfcMMk t MM Mmty... Johnson. Adolphus that are DOt sold, I will return and will not be
CU a N* >.wi.s mttiut 1w. and had headquarters in
'I ALL SEASONS Lewis Elaine E. Miller required to'pay for unsold copies.
ICE t FUEL CO. Howard: Hadley. New York City until '

5111 NORWOOD AY[. PHONI PO 4.4511 Yvonne November 1955 when he
Young Allen L. Hankinson
was transferred to Jack-

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w ....-- Organization- Aids Project' Dane Hall First Trimester T Celebrants -

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CITY A 57yearold '::''''<' -.: .' ::. :
.t dance hall operator ;:;
& identified as Grady Shaw
was fatally shot here last
Saturday after having

successfully stopped a
4 fight.Lt.' .

< a B.L. Cooper of the .

Hlll sborough County
Sheriff's office said
witnesses told him that -E: =a
a Joseph Johnson was shot
in the arm during an ar-
gument. Shaw was then said

to have calmed everyone

down but as he walked

4a away a man followed him

and fired several shots
wounding him in
M Y fatally STATE OFFICIALS AT FAMU COMMENCEMENT---State officials (Florida) attending
the head. -
Florida A. and M. University commencement exercises in Tallahassee recently
Five person who fled included Dr. Wayne McCall (left), State Board of Control; Dr. George W. Gore
the scene toward Dade City
Jr., president of FAMU; Governor Farris Bryant; Attorney General Edward W.
were later picked up by Brooke of Massachusetts; Secretary of State Tom Adams; and J. R. E. Lee Jr.,
'police. Two guns were vice president of FAW.IDIi.J .
found in their car.

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REBELLAIRS SOCIAL AND SAVINGS Club members com- treme left), Ronald Thompson, Miss Delores Jack- j 13m [3. r __ W"H"V '"

pleted one of their year's foremost civic : :' :
pro- son, secretary; Mrs. Gladys; Harper, chaplain; Mrs.
jects last Saturday night week when they pre- Willie Nell Lewis and Louis Wright, vice presi- x'w .

sented Thomas Hargrave, Executive Secretary of the dent look on. Other club members are: Mrs. William

James Weldon Johnson Branch YMCA with a sub- Baldwin, treasurer; Mrs. Daisy Sistrunk, financial -

stantial check for the organization',s current secretary; Miss Margaret Williamsbirthday

building drive fund. Mr. Hargrave is shown receiving committee chairman; Mrs. Annie Mae Reese, Mrs I W'H" tUlM
the check from Mrs. Elnora Grant, busi- Margaret Copeland, James Gordon and John Wilson ; .

ness manager, while W. J. Reese, president, (ex- reporter. (Royal Art Studio Photo) ; .

WEST COAST SPOTLIGHTBy Discriminated Barber's Killer .

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LOS ANGELES-ANP---The University of Pleading guilty to second
Cincinnati's George Wilson refused a former Air force veteran degree murder before Cir-
berth on the U. S.'s Pan-Am cage team. who last week Supreme cuit Court Judge Frank H. ,
won a -
Reason: he has ,his sights set on the U.S. Court decision in a Elmore Monday. Johnny 1 \ ': 20

Olympic team and he doesn't want to discrimination case a- Riggins, 51 of 1626 E. Our Regular Low Price
jeopardize his eligibility at Cincy. gainst Continental Air- 22nd St. was sentenced toa lt' _
Charles Powell' days as a boxer are apparentlY lines but found himself 20-year term in Raiford '' On Men's and Boys'

a thing of- the past..Suey Welch, still without the job he Prison. v
who dropped bundle trying to make Charleya sought was hired by theU. Pigglns. who was charged A ) LancelotUnderwear

champion, cancelled his contract with .S. Bureau-of Reclanation with the fatal last Oct. j k .

the big heavyweight as of April l..oh, as an $9, 475 a year aux- 5 shooting of Woodrow ....k::: .'

well Charley can still play football..Hecould iliary pilot the Interior Edward Patterson a 42- .xt.:,.::'X, .
undcubtedly have been one of the Department announced.He year old Barber who resided ;;"'' Stock up! All combed knit cot
greatest defensive ends of all time had is Marlon D. Green of at 1559 E. 22nd St.. N'R tons tailored for comfort where
Mich..who fought told the court he aimed it counts. Reinforced at points
he devoted all of his energies to the Lansing t of strain.
gridiron. the racial discriminationcase for Patterson's feet. 9 Sol.Pri<.
Charlie last played for the Oakland against Continentalfor Asst. State Atty. ThomasJ. Save on Big 22" x 44" Boys'Shirts 3 for I40

Raiders..His younger brother Art several years before Shave said Riggins and
Powell.-one of the finest offensive endsin winning the Supreme Court Patterson engaged in a Bath ; Boys'Athletic Shirts 3 for ..95Boys'

football according to the Raiders' new verdict. He is awaiting heated argument after

genera,; manager _and head t coach:,_ Al_ ,Davis.. final action by the Riggins began blowing his., terries-in stripes fast-drying and cotton I; Briefs 3 for I15

was inked recently by the Oakland club... Colorado AntiDiscrimination auto horn in frontofPatterson's'd need a C i Men's T-Shirts 3 for 2Men's
Commission on his barber shop ing glass to find the sol4 4

Having charge that he was discriminated located at Phoenix and these imperfections big savings.that bring Stock .5: ,,_,/ Athletic Shirts 3 for J 40Men's
Trouble ? against by the 21st sts.Riggins .

i airline because of his admitted having now. Washcloths 10 for $100 Briefs 3 for 160
Call EL 4-1183--EX 8-7943 race. The commission has arguments with Pattersonon
occasion but
upheld his charge. previous 4 --
Refrigerator ServiceALL Interior contended that Patterson
Secretary ste-
'came at me" with his
WORK YOUR wart L. Udell told Green iIti
IN HOME 24 Hour Service hand in his pocket : .
last week that his department -
causing Riggins to fire at
under which the Reclamation
SINCE 1942 him. BallerinaSlippers
bureau functions
revealed Pat-
3518 ANDREWS "feel fortunate to haveS
terson was shot three
obtained a pilot with your
outstanding quaIl flca-

his military experienceas Boys' and Girls'Boys'
a flyer. Green holds e
t Cotton Play Sneakers
'pflt a J Federal Aviation Agency FOREST FIRESSUNSHINE Blazer Socks
License as a commercial
r ft pilot for multiengineland 6 pairs $l.oo SSe pair

!Teem.TEEM] and sea plans and instrument Comfortable as going
t operations. barefoot, these have Multi-color stripes in Perfect for active little
'' soft soles;marshmal- soft, absorbent cotton. feet. Built-in cuhened
Reinforced heels and arch support.
( every SOUND SERVICESSound low-soft plastic up toes. Sizes 6 to 10%. Sizes 5 to 12, 12H to 3.
pers. Favorite colors.
Service for Adver- j
tingling jI Sizes S, M, L.
1 tising-Dances Ball Canes I.

time! etc. Also Loud Speaker
Service for ,
Banquets Concerts a

PEPSI-C0l; COMPANY MAKES iCE-ClCAft TEEM tHAT S WHY IT S SO 0000 Record Hops etc. '
Phone EL 3-5902. NylonsFull '1' Artra .

Fashionedslight SKIN TONE CREAM

are really bright (
for Jessie Raines. He's (Regular 98( )

the driver of New Deal Cab

R 165 Day. He has driven aNew

PER Kt Deal cab for 7 years 29

r and hasn't had an accidentin { 88cOi
all of those 7 years. '
I Mr. Raines lives with his
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PROJECT---The annual Girls Softball Playgrounds completed Bryant (extreme right foreground). Center photo: .
Clinic sponsored by the Jax classes and will see action Johnson; David Shields Wilder; Henry Gaines
Department of recrea- in citywide Supervisor Hightower (center background), Malloy
tion with Roy L. Mallow league play follow The schools Eastside; and host Roy L. Malloy, citywide play-
director of Lavilla closing. Miss and Shields, extreme left and Gaines, extreme
Park Emma Hightower, Jax Recreation Department ground directors the clinicians.
as host were in top
successfully climaxed right all shown with Ail-Star teams. Photo right
April Lavilla. Girls supervisor Mrs E. D. Silva. Jefferson; photo left are: Director Silva (left foreground) Julius I
left Gulnyard Abram
representing cityWhitfield Julius Guinyard from : Carlton Bryant, ,
Oakland; Carlton Bryant, Simon Julius Guinyard (right background), and Carlton
King, Roy L. Mallow jr. David Shields and Henry

---- Gaines. (.STAR photos bY Jesse Tarrance)
''f i i Urges Major League Scouts Invading -- -- --

I Teen TalkBy Merrttt Signs Glasses Should 2 Student Break

Track Equipment Grumbling College's C.mpus ROBIN FORRESTER A&l I Grid Pact Aid WagnerLOS Atlanta ''College Bias

Hi Teens I TGIM Thank Goodness It's May Summer ANGELES (ANP) ATLANTA ANP) Two
Earl S. Clanton,
For Laos By
Atlanta school stu
.f: GRAMBLING La. (SPECIAL---There is a vacation is only a few weeks away No more The Los Angeles Angels dents, high scheduled for

4 verbal game going on between diamond huffsat lessons no more boors. ." Just safe summer NASHVILLE --' The 1962 last week decreed glassesfor
CHICAGO (ANP) Mal graduation in June have
and time for
fun Teens
to goof-off. Leon Wagner, slugging
Whitfield. former U. S. Grambling College and major league football Coach of the Year been accepted to white
h\ Olympic 800-meter cham- scouts from, half the teams in the Americanand Stop! Look! Listen! Any talented teen-age singer John A. Merritt, head outfielder and one of the colleges located in the

pion, has written to National Leagues over 16 is eligible to audition for the first football coach of the batting leaders in the Deep South beginning with

prize of $1,000 in the 1963 Marian Anderson. national champion Jack- American League. the fall term.
t ti I Americans requesting The discussion centers college baseball. He is The decision to outfit
Scholarship. 'Auditions' will be held in the fall, '
State College eleven, accepted Charles Dudley the 17-
donations of supplies and around the baseball geniusof
hitting with customaryzest but applications must be completed and filed by ,the head spot at Wagner with glasses to year-old son of Mr. and
equipment to help him third baseman Frank
and sharpness and May 311963. If you are Interested write Marian Tennessee State Universitylast improve his fielding was Mrs. Julius Dudley has
carryin on his work of Garnet, shortstop Jesse
leads the SWAC with a made after he examinedby
Anderson Scholarship Fund,762 S. Martin Street was
Monday night.Tennessee
i training athletes in Jones and catcher Donald been accepted as a fresh-
Welch torrid'.476 average. Philadelphia 16., Pennsylvania for an application.Those State University's an eye specialist and man at Emory Universityin
troubled Loas under
a pro- The rangy 175-pound of you who are outstanding chirpers in your head coachingspot found to be suffering froman Atlanta where he plansto
gram administered by the Peverent fans are callingthe
j shorts is a senior.
U.S. school chorus and are graduating, this year may had been vacant since astigmatic condition.The major in biology in
Information Service. trio most
spec- Welch will likely remaina
tacular be your chance. you have talent, and think you January when Lawrence condition hampers his quest of a professionalcareer
Despite the war college diamond
standard by which
qualify get those letters off Judgement of balls hit in
can today. Simmons and the entire in medicine.
in the
being waged between Com- country. college catchers in the
munist and neutralist The statement draws few Speaking about the talented ones, maybe you are coaching staff were re- the outfield especially Seventeen year-old Sfaroan
in the
area are judged
forces in Loas. Whit. dissenting comments from future, interested in knowing something about the master- lieved of their grid those in the sun. a club Rousanville. daughter of

who scouts ful pianist who performed with the New York Phil- duties. spokesman said. Mr. and Mrs. Robert C
Coach Fred "Pop" Long
Most of them label the harmonic on television earlier this year. He is The Tigers' new mentor Wagner will get two sets Rousanville will enter the
Vientiane he is
says of .
Wiley College, a
able to his work Grambling stalwarts sure 16-year-old Andre Watts. He was b rn in Germany Merritt. who began his of glasses. One set will Florida Prebyterian Col-
carry veteran of 41 seasons in
of assisting that coun- bets for big league star- where his Negro father was serving in the U. S. college coaching! career at be used while he is playing lege at St. Petersburg
the SWAC calls him "one <;
and the
try's youth and sports dom Armed Forces. He gave his first performance as a Jackson and posted a second while where she hopes to
of the best catchers I
program.In American and National have seen soloist at the age of 9 with the Philadelphia 68-28-3 lifetime record, driving. graduate in the area of

a letter to the Associated League clubs are openly Symphony Orchestra. He lives with his mother in retained four assistantsfrom Last season Wagner 28. bio-chemistry Miss
Welch has a .430 batting
Negro Press bidding for their services Philadelphia and attends Lincoln Prep School. Tennessee State's was the Angeles leading Pousanville, had also been

pointing out the need for They'll have to average The New Orleans sophomore Conductor Leonard Bernstein was so Impressedwith coaching staff. They are home run hitter. accented at Ffeory

aid. Whitfield said: dig deep as scouts are his skill and dexterity at the piano that J.C. Coffee. Raymond Whitman -
179 and is
weighs pounds
Hy purpose for writingyou assessing their combined the most indestructible when his soloist became illhe asked Andre to Shannon D. Little, ROYAL ART STUDIO

is to request your assistance value as high as 175000. member of the talented substitute in two concerts with the Philharmonic.Thus Howard Green. Little and 515 DAVIS STREET

during my assignment Grambling has kept rival Grambling squad. he is the first Negro Instrumental soloistto Green were out of coaching

here. In clearingout coaches reaching for tranquilizers perform with the orchestra in recent years.He last year and it was r -i Order Now at Related Prices

your storage room and this spring and is going to record the Liszt "Piano Concerto Green's second year of inactive PHOTO CARDS
F..vI. N a roes
eliminating old has-been Garnet. Jones and Welchare ,No._ 1 in E Flat". with.. Conductor Bernstein.What status.
equipment (including the main reasons why an honor! Andre in his soft modest voice "I was happy at Jackson m iHdividuals Fan'ify Groups Ctets

socks sweat suits, shoes, the team has a 21-2 Okayed To says "I have so much to learn." As for looks Merritt explained. BLACK & WHITE COLOR

first aid supplies or ecord. girls, he is the answer to a teen-ager's dream. "I felt I had built a

any old reading materials) Garnet a 195-pound per Dvfo U. For the club of the week. This week the column solid program at the SEPIATDNE

you sometimes wish you senior with an infectious salutes Vogue XIII. When you say Vogue, one school and anything elseI

could give this surplus to good nature is acknowledged DURHAM N.C. -The color Immediately thinks of fashion. This club is might do would be anti- Quality Photographs

some needy team or persons the team's most bar was lowered at one of made up of 13 well-dressed teen-age girls who climatic. he told the
who would appreciate and wealthiest Jackson athletic CHURCHES-WEI GS-SI CIALS
admirable figure. the nation's banquet
are Juniors at New Stanton Senior High School.
make* use of them Garnet has rattled the and most famous uni- Officers and members are: Annethette Singleton, guests when revealing his Dial EL 41894IIENOED
'We certainly are in fences with eight home versities May 3 when Duke decision to change schools*
immediate need and you president; Laletta Galvin, vice president: Marto
runs, four triples and University announced that .
would be helping to stimu- Hall, secretary; Maxine Mack, Patricia Howell, WHISKY,IS PROOF,W GRAIN NEUTRAL SPIRITS C'96SCP'C ?3-3. *rVl
three doubles. He has it would accept five Negroes -
late the effectiveness of a Charmayne Freeman Marilyn IIcO.ain. Ruth Mason
Sports for young peoplein 407 batting average and into its freshman Phyllis Mallory Connie Nixon Leola Dudley
leads the SFAC in class next fall.
this area by sending runs-
Waymola Stone and Wilheaenla Ho well. Sophistication -
your surplus supplies or battled-in with 32.
is the password this group.

equipment to: Jones does everythingwell Youth Conservation Here are a few tips on dos and don'ts at proms

Mal Whitfield U.S.I.S. and his talent for Opening and dances from "The Seventeen Book of Etiquetteand

A.P,0. 152 fielding sharp hit ground Camps Entertaining by Enid A. Haupt.
San Calif balls is unsurpassed in
Francisco Scheduled June 16 1 Wh.en you arivggl the dance. check your wrap,

smooth your hair and perhaps pin on your flowers
WHEN YOU ARE ILL check your gloves, unless you plan to wear them
girls from all sections of
while dancing. Keep your evening bag with you.
Florida will attend the .J<
Then join your date as swiftly as yon can. ,
You Seek The Best Doctor five camping sessions at
Greet the chaperonscompliment _KSiL&i 11 .
When Your Doctor PrescribesGet the Youth ConservationCamp : 1
Experienced Pharmacists in the Ocala National the decoration rn ,wi1ftee; ( "Th6 gym w\ Lb;'z : \:: "'I

...According to Your Doctor Forest beginning June 16. looks beautiful") -! "!

Orders. We use only The according to A.D. Aldrich, LQakaLt.EUanLdbtk (he should return the S 4i "
Dr. C. E. Black Best Quality DropProprietor director. Game and Fresh *ab%
favor.If he's a stranger to most of your friends, *
Water Fish Commission. S
be extra careful to introduce him around in any (s
being accepted for the group you might Join. ;;
A COMPLETE LINE OF T\n ynq hyn y ly y for_f_dfln9? You smile and SS 55 _
following camping sessions h
Cosmetics Rubber Goods Candies Sundries 'say, "That was fun, wasn't It? If he thanks you
One week session for boys ;
I first you thank him in return or siy I enJoyed -
it too.
June 16-22. Two week session :
.IV>,TrvT foTV fn it h1? wMT 0 tf-nf"'ins? Of course.
Lilly's Drug Store for boys aged nine- h qt'L
12. June 23-July 6. Two lore tips? next week. .

session for boys aged 11 i
through 14. July 720. Gambling Whips TSU For SWAC Title 9

1901 KINGS ROAD EL 3-8276 I Two week session for boys

I aged eight through II, GRAMBLING, La.ANPPrank Garnet uncoiled s c IjjqIRL3ERrL

July 21-August 3. Two his eighth home run of the season
.. ,_ .
u' week session for girls and John Wyatt lashed pair of triples s

aged nine through 13. Saturday as Grambling won its third s may

I I HERS Sklntonaorfghfer. August 417.Applications straight Southwestern Conference Baseball t--.c4_

and informa- title by defeating Texas Southern 4-2

tion regarding the Youth and 10-0.

Conservation Camp may be The Tigers wrapped up the championshipafter

obtained from offices of TSU came perilously close to puttingthe .
E' :
/4ihtor: the Gaae and Fresh Water skids under the locals in the opening

Fish Commission in Panama contest.TSU .

City Lake City Ocala. plated two runs in the first inning

: .. tJ Lakeland West Palm Beach and held on tenaciously until the fifth -- r";., .Lz.' [1'fIII

R and Tallahassee. Applica- inning when a walk and a pair of singles I
tions and camping fee are knotted the score.A .

sKin filed with the office of two run double by Garnet completed the

the Youth Conservation distressing turnabout for the Texans. .s ch

/IO- Camp 2520 East silver verging on the point of frustration. TSU .the life of 1Qrlv!
Spring Blvd., Ocala. Fla. % .. your
.. tried to recoup in the final game but
w Camping fees are $25.00 RESERVE i
collapsed completely after they were unable -
for the week session
and $55.00 for the two to solve the stylish slats of south- Steaks..Sociability..and Schenley are excellent fare for won-

week sessions. A reduced paw Alex Pero. derful "evening out" parties.Why not change your routine...
Pero whiffed and allowed only two hits.
camping fee is offered to
members of Youth Ccnser a- Garnet the big third baseman hit a two- and enjoy the hospitality of fine restaurants# or taverns ,now,

t ion Clubs and Junior run homer and dazzled a field- before a during National Tavern Month. One suggestion: ask the man

;: .rYA..6114Mn .an Gardeners, of $20.00/per| dozen major league scouts to Serve Sociable Schenley.and put life in your party1klI !
week or $45.00 for two,I Grambling has a 21-2 season record and a

weeks. 17-2 SWAC mark since World War II.

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t l MAY 18, 1963, ., FLO.IQA.STAR J PAiEWIP'

Friend Reports Gene "Big Daddy" Lipscomb Was On 'Heroin Kick7 I

, IEATIN' THE GUN Directors Meet With All Time Champion Claim Popular All Pro Lt.....


CHICAGO-ANP---One of the sure thingsin Used Dope For Several MMtks

sports is to pick the New York Yankees
for the American League pennant. Like BALTIMORE---Gene (Big Daddy) LIpsco.b' s
unexpected death which shocked the sports
t 'em or not the Yankees are the indomit-
world last Friday, has been attributed toa
able team in baseball and it's wishful
dose of heroin,it was announced over the
thinking to go against the form chart.
past weekend. .
Frankly, the Yankees long ago lost a National Foot- ?
The huge
place in 'my heart. This was largely because defensive
ball League's popular -
of the New York' team reluctanceto
tackle was found
use tan players when the old Brooklyn
unconscious in the apartment -
Dodgers and old New York Giants wereksetting
of a friend here at
the pace in this regard. This is r pre-dawn Friday with a

no longer a valid argument for rooting a-
I homemade syringe
gainst them. As the 1963 campaign gets ; M :
close to his body. He was
underway, the Yankees have four tan dead
later pronounced
players on the roster. This is more than
arrival at Lutheran Hospi-
) Chicago Washington, Boston, Los Angelessand tal.

Baltimore and as many as Clevelandand I / L Timothy N. Black Lips-

Detroit. Only Kansas City and Minnesota comb's 25-year old

p have their .1
more on squads among drinking companion told

American League teams.So -Ak police he and Big Daddy
the basis of skin G r
I on pigmentation of had been "shooting" YY

personnel, it is reason there now to remain I heroin prior to the

a Yankee-hater. Perhaps not. But old REV. BOB RICHARDS (third from left) former Playground; Daniel Shields, Wilder; Rev. athlete's death.

prejudice die slowly. So, -- to finish two-time U.S. Olympic pole vault Richards; Miss Emma Hightower, Recreation Black stating he had

ahead of the Yankees. But logic also tellsus champion and third-time U. S. Decathlon Department supervisor; Carlton Bryant, Si- known Lipscomb for more

that Manager Ralph Houk s team will titleholder, paid a welcome visit and pre- mmond Johnson, and Roy L. Mallory, Lav than a year, continued the luge Hangs

take its third consecutive pennant. That sented sports demonstrations during last ilia. Miss Hightower and Mr. Bryant .showed. 290-pound, 6-6 foot Pitts-

would be five in a row for the World Saturday week' annual county schools Rev. Richards mcvie, 'Life's Higher burgh Steelers tackle had Up GltvtsSTOCKHOLM.

,Champions, who haven't lost the AL flag track and field meet at Northwestern Sen Goals' to over 7,000 students at A. '1. gone to the West Coast for

since 1959, when Chicago and Cleveland ior High School sports field. The meet was Lewis Jr. High, Northwestern Senior and several months and when Sweden --

1 finished ahead of them. sponsored by the Jacksonville Departmentof Douglas Anderson Senior High Schools. he returned he was on the Stating "I like boxingbut
I don't have to do it
One of the reasons the Yankees might Recreation. Recreation directors shown heroin "kick." '

prove unbeatable again is Elston Howard, from left are: Julius Guinyard, Oakland (Photo by: Royal Art Studios) Lipscomb who had won the for money anymore,
former world heavyweight
the only tan regular. With two home runs distinction of being one
champion Ingemar Johansson
in his first two games. Ellie looks like Hits No. 300 Murchison EnragedBy of the very few high
told newsmen last week
he is ready for a big season.After a Tiger Fullmer Hale Of Miami U. school players to becomean that he was seriously con-

great season at the plate in 1961Howard Officials'ActionsSAO all-pro selectee in the
templating retiring from
dropped below 300 in batting last year. Rematch Guest ClinjcianFor game dominated by former
This PAULO Brazil (ANP) Okayed college stars only was the ring.Johansson's
is an odd-year and, if his patternis FAMU ClinicJune
United States track and named All-Pro in 1958 and last fightwas
LAGOS Nigeria ( ) -
abided, Ellie will have another .300-
field officials 1721TALLAHASSEE 1959 when the Baltimore a colorless 12-round
plus season in '63. were up There was an announcementhere
in arms here last week last week that the Colts won the NFL title affair with Brittain'sBrian
Hector Lopez already is proving himself
over what they termed the two-years running. During London--April 21--
.Ni third title fight between
useful, filling in for the injured Roger -- Bruce
'fast gun" Ira Murchison those years, he was a defensive which he won by a nod in
world middleweight cham-
Hale, head basketball
Marls in the early games. Major Houk also
the final round after
received from a starter, tackle. He
has Lopez waiting in the wings in the pion Dick Tiger and his coach of the Universityof was
which cost the ace sprin- later traded to Pitts- having been knocked down
American Challenger, Gene
event Joe Pepitone flunks his test at Miami Hurricanes, has
ter from Chicago a pro- burgh In 1961. and saved by the bell.
first base. Fullmer, will definitelybe been named guest clinicianfor
bable victory in the 100- The hulking speedy Lips- The 29-year old Swede who
held in Nigeria earlyin
the basketball sectionof
HOQ.k. also hopes that Al Downing, the
meter dash. comb, whose No. 76 was a kayoed champion Floyd
lefthander who spent ''Part of the 1961 the Florida A&M Uni-
So irate the officials familiar Patterson in 1959 only to
were figure to pro-
The announcement that
campaign with Yankees, is ready. Downing, versity Coaching Clinic.
lose the title in a return
that football viewers
they ignored the throughout -
Nigerian champion Coach Jake Gaither,
author of no-hitter last season with
a : the fact that the U.S. would put his title on the the nation was equally match and again being
athletic director at FAMU,
Richmond in the International I
League, with 61 gold medals and a line before hometown fans made the announcement. The' noted for his sterling knocked out in a third
was impressive during spring training. number of silver and play at all-time. match is believed to have
HANK AARON. Milwaukee based reports
was on received clinic will be held June
Pedro Gonzjales. a recruit infielder who Braves' star and one of bronze awards, were way from London, where 17-21 in the air-conditioned become peeved with the

was voted the outstanding freshman per- the National League's all-.out in front in the Pan- Nigeria's Federal Labor Charles Winter Wood 5th Rattler Swedish Boxing Association

former in the Yankee training camp, apparently hit American Games.Murchison which barred him for one
time great sluggers Minister J.M. Johnson was Theatre. Football is
has it made as a utility player. one of the Inks Pro Pact month pending a physical
his 300th major league conferin with British promoter scheduled to run from
Baltimore acquired Al Smiththe veteran examination following the
career homerun against the fastest sprinters in Jack Solomons on June 17 through the morn- HOUSTON Tex. Tackle
outfielder, from the Chicago White Sox track London bout.Chagrined .
New York Mets recently. competition was terms and arrangement for Ing of June 20. Basket- Roosevelt Coleman of the
in one of the biggest player transactionin favored to win the 100- Johansson is
the fight. Solomons and ball begins the afternoon, Florida A&M University
the off-season. ,_... said to have countered.
Howard Honor meter event long a
Hogan (Kid) Bassey, former June 20 and continues Rattlers has signed a con-
Manager" Billy Hitchcock also is.high''tJlh speciality. "tell them to mind their
featherweight champion, through June 21. tract to play professional t
on Joe Gaines an outfielder purchasedfrom business I rely on IItJ't
Society Inducts However. Ira expecting a own
and the first Nigerian to football this fall with
the Cincinnati Reds. Gaines is fast recall, hesitated at the 'own medical experts. "
the Houston Oilers of the
win a world boxing title, Kentucky Favors
and showed signs cf developing into a Pro Football Star starting blocks after the are expected to co-promote American Football League.

consistent hitter in spring' training. So gun and was beaten by the Tiger-Fullmer fight Negro Athletes Coleman is a native of National Football League;

much so, in fact, that he was slated to WASHINGTON (ANP) Fnrioue piguerola of Cuba. here. Anniston, Ala. fullback Hewritt Dixon is
open in leftfield the first game of the Green Bay Packers halfback When Murchison finally LEXINGI Ky. -ANP) '
The Negotiations have Four members of the 62 scheduled to play with the
Gaines suffered a Howie Williams was among he found the In a formal statement
Ironically off.
season. ,
spanned three continents. Rattlers grid squad have Denver Broncos of the AFL;
muscle pull running out a home run in nine Howard University lead built up by the Cuban While Nigerians have issued last week, direc- signed professional contracts and Guard Burney Adams is
students inducted last tors of the University of
an exhibition game. to be insurmountable. screamed to have Dick defend Halfback Robert under contract with the
Veteran Billy Bruton and Chicago Per week into Tau Beta Pi, the Figuerola was off like a Kentucky declared they
at home, George Par- Paremore is joining the St Hamilton Tiger-Cats of the
nandez are starting their third seasons nation's foremost honor shot with the gun. nassus, American promoter favor integration of theschool's Louis Cardinals of the Canadian Football League.

with Detroit and the*Tigers arehopingfor society in engineering. An Asst. U.S. Coach Ted once was dickering to athletic teams .

::productive season from the two electrical engineering Hayden explained Murchison1 stage the fight in New and indicated they are

veterans. Jake Wood, also in his third student majoring in electronics s dilemma this way: York and was willing to ready to accept Negro e1L o il Cllt.t '
athletes while at the same
Williams will be
Bengal champaign, has been shunted to "It was such a questionable guarantee a purse of 60 ,
-' -
the bench, but if either Chico or Dick graduated in June. start that Murchison pounds or 168000. time trying to retain membership : -- ..

McAuliffe SB ic end baseman, slif, Wood Williams is a 26-year-old hesitated, expecting a But the Nigerians, com- in the South- lit-' ;\t i{ a mf .J1 n 4.1468
native of spartanburgS.C.who eastern Athletic Con- -
will slip into the lineup. Jake did well recall. bining public with govern-

in spring games.Bubba Morton, the Howard made the championshipGreen Head Coach Lou Montgomeryof ment support have topped ference.The SHELL OYSTERS '
Ts : e 3.00 5.50
forth ;
Bay team as a rookie Cornell university was statement set ,. ...
into of the that offer.
grad, unable to break one They have
best outfields in baseball is valuedas last year after completinghis even angrier over the bad'speculated that the fight these points: STANDARD OYSTERS ,ta, 60C ,.... sl.15
athletic eli- 1. The board favors equal
pinchhitter. college start. he declared: could gross 150, 000 pounds SELECT OYSTERS 51.30
at Howard in 1961 opportunity for all stu- *
gibility 'Ibis is a real fast gun or $330" 000.if staged here.
An Air Force veteran before we've been getting. This Lagos is Nigeria's dents to participate in MAN AND BOY

1 enrolling at Howard. starter would never be lei ti- largest the school's athletic pro- In Over 40 Years We've Never Seena

Williams has had some asked back a second timeat gram as a matter of Finer, Fresher Truckload of

', Royal Crown.Cola. dozen Job offers from Madison Square Garden." principle and policy.: BLUE OCEAN BREAM 32c
< the L&.
2. In implementing
industrial and research -
"1,:. major The name of the starterwas
: corporations not immediately dis- Paremore Accepts policy, the board will
.'\; the country. make every effort possibleto tummt GOURMET CORNER
throughout closed. its membershipin 1*Tfc NMfCMf.nM. Wfc......Th. ......

-- Meanwhile in baseball the College All Stars Bid I preserve the SEC because of the CONCH MEAT 014 It.?"* t. 49c I

Cuba was two up on which conference KING CRAB LEGS M 100 j
,. U.S But after the Cubans Florida values 11.0. rt,.. ,
Ill. .
"I' CHICAGO membership offers the unI- taw..d "pI.Cd. WMPM_ :
Brazil 17-3 a
defeated A&M University's Bob Pare- versity. These' values were u u !
small riot broke out has been invited to 1
; more not spelled out. Shell flh & Boneless Dept.

between Brazilian fans and, play in the 30th annual Integration of Kentucky CLAW CRAB MEAT .. . ................U. $1.20
SAY JAY I the Cubans who had accused All-Star football classic,3. WHITE DILUXI CRAB MEAT ............. U. $1.15
When you want to get some L the latter of pro- here at Soldiers' Field on teams can and should occur SEA SCALLOPS *. frM |... ........... .U. 79eLOISTER

t where safely and on time, __ fessionalism. The' Cubans 2. The College All-| at the earliest possible TAILS-4 f* < 0.. S4.., Fratt. .... .Ik. 1.60
( August time, and consultatio CRAB CLAW FINCItS ...........1. 12 0.. C.. $1.35
say "Jay" I Then you'llget denied having 'pro-- Stars play the Green Bay with the conference on th COCKTAIL LUMP ... ...... .............U. $2.25
1 James S. "Jay" Allen fessionals" on their Packers, champions of the( WHOLE FRESH FROZEN CLAMS ..,........ LI. I5<
i and New Deal Cab 141 Day. t eu. National Football League subject will begin prompt LOBSTER DAINTIES ..................... U. $1.70

Mr. Allen has been driving CUba's second baseball in the Chicago Charities I.17.- '"'.' ....

for New Deal for over 2 victory over the U.S. was Association game.

years and has a very good spearheaded by the bril- The Rattlers' All-
,safety record.He liant pitching of Negro American halfback acceptedthe

lives at 5719 Carnation star Modesta Ventura. With invitation Iron Wil :
(I Gflaraateed Recaps
Road and has two children, Ventura going the limit. fred Smith sports editorof

{ ,a son and a daughter. Cuba defeated America 3 the Chicago Tribune. He Compare Then Prices I .

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Drama Slated For Local Showing r- CHIPS OF n -THE Jar BLOCKS I IIt's

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hotter than an "A-Model Ford" with a younger days the expediter was oaite a song

busted water hose and the fan belt off out and dance man.

around Edward Waters College. In one corner the Juanita Green, Marion Green and party took insights

Bishop is lined up and in' the other corner the in the Frank Legree party at the Looage.
M+C R"b'' 'k4h president is holding forth. Folks say the Bishopis Business was far from dead at the table where

attempting to operate like they did in the sat Oscar "Cush" Hillman Davis and Leon Blaad.

"good old days." "For in those days the word The eyeballs were very much alive and believe ,

of the Bishop was. law and all brave souls did me, they had plenty to look at.For .

his bidding. However 'Prez' has read the instance, Macon "Bodybullder Williams of

"Montgomery Story" and is a brave young tnrk. the House of Ballantine had a filly with him
that did to all of the ads. Macon
Monday night Prez met seconds of the Bishop; justice glaaor

fi 'a they had a minor skirmish then both parties is in this territory for a while.

\ withdrew. The main bout was scheduled for thurs- Barbara Reed left for Washington to spend her

day morning. Both sides boast of victory. Regardless vacation with big-brother Freddie Browa. Barbara

of who wins, the future of the. college is will visit Jersey Philly and New York before

up as the stakes. returning home.

They are "blowing" out at Render's every People are talking about the way a popular

night. The boys are practicing for the big jazz playboy was invited 'out" a house party after

concert to be held Sunday at the Elks Rest. the Baron s dance. Seems as tho the intruder

This is a repeat of an earlier concert. In the invited himself and followed the crowd. Speaking

land of j azz..ou owe It to yourself to hear of the Baron's dance, Al Downing is making real

Teddy Washington play his French horn. He and good music. He has one or two fellows who have

Gene White of the Edgewood Lounge make real been in the big time la his group plus some

pretty music together. members of the old Charlie Brantley; baad. Al,

Where ever Daniel Dan" Joyner is today, Gene Downings big brother is a music grad from

-T1 # ; s he can smile and say to himself, they'll talk Catholic U. and is on the staff of Gibbs Junior

,.. ....., ,. about the way I went out for a long time." College. He is young in years but is old in the
'"" .or" jjjj -<*** AWAITING CURTAIN CALL are Douglas Anderson Senior "featured performers shown from left are: Clarence Friends of the late businessman came from far band business.

High SChool's student-thespians who will be seen Anderson who will portray Riccy Endicott; Sandra and near to pay their last respects. It was one Everybody talks about the 'pore' teachers but

in Grant Richards' famed vehicle "Who Killed Thomas, as Aunt Caroline; Patricia King cast as of the largest funerals in the memory of many it's time someone gave them a pat. Do you know

Aunt Caroline?" Monday night May 20th at 7:45 Agnes Endicott and Johnny Baldwin, Agnes' news- local folk. The real mourners were not membersof that the entire Negro community has raised only

p.m. when annual Senior Class play is presentedin paperman suitor. Admission tickets are now on Dan's family but were the hundreds of folk about three thousand dollars in the current

the school gymnatorium. Some of the cast's sale according to Chester R. thwart, DA principal. whom the late Ashley Street figure had befriended cancer drive and that teachers gave two thousand

in solid fashion, like "putting a of them. It was the same thing in the United

Stanton, Blake Trichologists Leave Mother Midway Mrs. Calvin Hosts chicken in the pot." College Fund Drive and is the same in most

Bubba Fbrd, Harold Brown, Charlie Ed, Red Dan-- charity drives. The old scandalous, talked a-

Exchange ConcertsThe Tuesday For State Completing MeiPs Lilly Of ValleyMrs. one by one, they are turning in their chips. bout. tutors all one thousand strong give and

Those who are still around have almost folded help to make our community look as tho they all
Day Calvin recentlyentertained
Beauticians Fete ProgramThe their hands. The thing we wonder about is who gave. Teachers ain't the best paid group but
Symphonic Band of members of
program committee is will take their places. Regardless of their they are the givingst.
New Stanton Senior High Lilly of the Valley Social
in the process of com- profession, these men were men among men. The Gladys Hoffman Williams is a proud mother hen.
School appeared in an exchanged Savings Club at her 4106
pleting the annual Men's young punks who are on the scene now cannot carry Her baby, little Gigi, was crowned Miss Oretel
concert at Blake Fairfax St. residence.
Day program at Mother Midway the boots of the old timers and the sad, thing is and Gertie at the annual dance reei tal.Gigi isa
High School of Tampa, Following the business
AME Church Rev. J.W. that they "think" they are smart. promising young' dancer. Her big brother George,
Friday. The H.W. Blake session, a social inter-
Jones pastor announcedthis The old folk used to say, "What's done in the is head drum major at Gilbert. Of course Mama
Band will return the visiton lude, featuring games and
week.A dark will surely come to light." A good exampleof set an example for the kids. A few years ago
Tuesday and appear in the serving of a delicious
series of daylong observances that is the "Luckie" trial. Whenever a case when we were all in Stanton, she won fame as a
concert at New Stanton repast was held.
will commeratethe involving morals is heard in the local J. P. female Wilt The Stilt.
beginning at 2:00 p.m. Present were: Mrs. H.M.
annual event on Sun- Courtsit's like a three ring circus if the Congrats to Ralph Maultsby. The "senator" recently -
While in Tampa, the Green, president; Mrs.
day, April 28, it was participants are Negroes. Whites jam the courtsto graduated from FAMU Law school. He is
Demetria Wilson
Symphonic Band made a secre-
MRS. 0. M. TAYLOR stated.A laugh and lawyers and judges alike take preparing to take the Florida Bar exaa.
sightseeing tour and tary; Pete Wilson, trea-
visit the number of the well- hostess Calvin, pleasure in digging out the most intimate details The books are open. If'Ou don't want JIM.* to
popular surer:
Jax Trichologists unit known figures in the city '
of the bordello. become maybe a Montgomery or a Birmingham r tter
tourist attractions of the financial secretary; Mrs. ,oftimes using the language *
No. 38 of the will participate the
"Agar" City. The group State on Ann Fowler, business When cases involving white folk come up, the get out and register to vote now so that we
Orange Blossoms The
was accompanied by K.D. Beau- program. complete pro- manager; Sam Russell, re- courtroom is ordered cleared, especially of will never elect a "Bull Connors" in our town.
ticians Association will be carried in
McFarlin, band director. gram porter. Negroes, be they lawmen or spectators. Well Mrs. Warning: A potential trouble spot under our
will next s week STAR.
and Miss L.E. Solomon, support The Junior.Departmentwill The next meeting will be Luckie is hanging out all of her linen and Rev. noses is Jacksonville Beach. Negroes who work on
dean of girls. 1963 queen, Mrs. Ola held with Mrs. Ann Fowler Hodges' skeleton for all to see and the journal the beach keep repeating tales of police brutality -
Sunday during
Other groups from the Mae Taylor in the the 11 serve a.m. service. Mem- 691 North Lincoln Court. is printing it for all to read. We see that and of certain influential citizens who are

school who made off-campus statewide Beauticians bers and friends are expected Friends and the general white folk ain t so goody goody after all. They very pro-segregationist. They have also pur-
Contest and ;
field trips or educational Coronation to be on hand to public are cordially invited also like a little extra-marltial fun, like it chased police dogs in preparation for the day

tours recently includedthe Tuesday, May 21 in the youth. to the club's Fish ain't just a colored sport. Negroes get tired of running the gauntlet to

following: Clearwater, Flo r1 da. encourage The order of services Fry which will be held Junior is lonesome. In case you don't know Nassau County and try to use the Duval CountyBeaches.

The first period class in Miss Rose Telfair, follow: Friday and Saturday nightsof junior, her other name is Betty Smith. Betty is a .
runner to Mrs. Taylor, this week at Wigg's
Problems in American Democracy Sunday School, 9:30 a.m. new bride and she misses her new hubby. 'We hope
Mrs. Wilma McWhite, Place 1075 Logan St.
of which' Mrs. M.L. Morning service, 11 a.m. ipapa hurries home to Junior.It ;
1962 queen, and the Motley EnterprisesEDGEWOOD
Butler is Instructor delegates will include Outing to Mt. Zion in Chase Baptist Plans was birthday time at the Lounge Tuesday

visited, the Barnett Hastings 12:30 p.m. night. Clementine Shine celebrated her natal
Mrs. Lila Services
Anthony, Mrs. SundayIn
National Bank, Federal Reserve Eura Barnes. Due to the dedication day. Also on tap this month is Theresa Mackey.

Bank Main Post Office Others planning on services Sunday at Mt. by Mt. Hope BaptistThe She is at the "stop telling age." Hattie

Duval County Court Bishop W.F. Ball Sr. the DeVaux is getting to be Quite a birthday hostess. I CLEVELAND ROAD _
attending the events Chase Avenue Baptist
House, the Florida State 6:30 p.m. evening worship Sent up a little prayer for Margie Saunders and .
will be Trichologists Church formerly located at
Chamber of Commerce, will begin at 7 p.m. Charles Durham. Margie's big sister, who is PO 5.9494
president, Mrs. Callie 26th and Chase Streets, j-
Humphrey Mining Companyand After service at 8 p.m. Mrs. Durham,underwent surgery. Hortense Brewing- w
Jackson, Mrs. Minnie before it was invaded by
St. Regis Paper Company to Walter Memorial AME ton also met the knife. Both ladies are im
Alexander, Mrs. Edna taxes will hold its MONCRIEF ROAD
Zion Church, Rev. R.L. proving.
Lewis and Mrs. Gloria meeting at 26th and
The students enrolled in Rogers, pastor. Frank LeGree, Jr. is still a good showman. STREET -
Jean Fowler. Pierce sts. in the Mount & 4511
the Cooperative Education Joseph Conyers will pre- Rev. Frank sat in on drums and handled the mike at
Hope Baptist Church
Department visited the First Baptist sent a musical program the Lounge the other night. At one time Frankwas PO 5-9287
J.W. Roberts, pastor. Rev.
Municipal Court of which Monday night at 8 p.m. in "Charlie },ss" protegee. He and Lordy"
S.L. Brownell. pastor of ARMOUR
the Honorable John E. Plans Songs Mother Midway auditorium.Vice Chase Avenue Baptist will Norman composed the chant about 'Here Comes

Santora is Judge, and Trustee chairman Charlie Boss, Charlie is the boss, jump Charlie
Battle be at Mt. Hope throughout
the Circuit Court of which SundayA Allan Thomas, one of the Sunday. jump; make the Jitterbugs jump." Yep, in his CHITTERLINGS

the Honorable Roger Way- Battle of Songs be- leading Men's Day captains -
The message will be delivered I I Morris Brown Head Central Schedules
bright is Judge. Accom- tween the Mellowtone, is working hard by the associate
panying the was Ro- toward making this year's Murical ProgramFor $2.09ARMOUR
group Sensational Easton pastor Rev. R. McFadden.We To Address EWCCommencement 10 Ibs.
dell F. Roberts chairmanof Harnonettes and other observance one of the most are asking each and Tuesday May 24

the department. gospel groups will be outstanding in Mother Midway everyone to be at their ,
Planned educational toursor held at First Baptist history. Dr. Frank Cunningham, Mrs. E. Dunn will be PURE PORKSAUSAGE

field trips form an Church. Jacksonville post.Visits president of Morris principal speaker anda

Integral part of the pro- Beach, Sunday May St. Phillip's Slates Family Brown College, Atlanta, well prepared pro- ti.oo

gram at New Stanton Senior ". 11 Ga., has been chosen by gram will be presented 3
19th at 4 p.m. The e-
High School. Moreover,they vent will be held in the Thrift Sale Bishop William F. Ball, Tuesday night May 21st

are highly endorsed and Sr? and President W. at 8 p.m. in Central MEATY
interest of
r p rnmmendgd by the For May 2425 B. Stewart to deliverthe CME Church auditoriumwhen

tOR> RENT IDay. and the public Members of the Bishop Commencement addressat Mra.Myrtis Shootes 290
Room% & ApartmentCall 1 Edward Waters College sponsors Friends' night Neck Bones
invited. Delaney Guild of St.Philip's 3 I Ibs.
356-8301 Episcopal Church Tuesday, May 28th to for benefit of Central' s
the largest number of Group 8.Appearing.
will sponsor a two day
Your Movit G idt Thrift Sale on Friday andSaturdli1 graduates in the history on the pro- SHORT
of the school. gram will be the Ebe-
,May 24-25 at 21st

STARTING SUNBAY will and Moncreif begin at Road.The 10 a.m.Sale A White House Tea Williams neezer,Trio Charles P.Turns J., RIBS Z Ibs. 290:

STRAND THEATRE wide variety of articles A/2C Wadis Hughes, a New Planned By 1st James Genwrlght, Mrs. .

will go on sale at verylow Stanton graduate and now New Zion WomenAs Margaret Bacon, Mrs. FRESH TURKEYNECKS

Bette Davis end Joan Crawford thrift prices.Clothing assigned with the Air part of its prewomen'a Ollie Mae Williams,

household items, lines, Force in Kansas, recently Mrs. Sarah Wilson, 35c
1VMT( EVER i IIPmID cooking utensils furniture -visited his mother. Mrs. the Day activities Deacua J. Hicks, Rev. 2 'Ibs.
women of First New
10 BIIY_rlIS and costume jewelry Addle M. Hughes 1022 Zion Baptist Church will E. Maynor.

will be sold publicly. Frazier St. and family. He sponsor a White House Tea Also, Rev. J. W. Mos- GEOREIA PEACH SMOKE

"ROME ADVENTURE" Funds are being raised by recently completed engineering Sunday May 24, from 4-6 sett Rev Stanford

the group to help with the study at the p.m. in the church base- Smith, Mrs. Vivian
payments on the New Parish 1 University of Kansas and ment. Robinson. Leonard Jack- BACON It 29clARGE

ROOSEVELT THEATRE is enroute to Germany for Dunn' and
Building located on the An entertaining program son, a Temple

church grounds.The his next assignment. Re has been planned and the the Soul: Saving Prayer

:SPLENDOR' In the GRASS" public is requestedto also visited with Miss public is Invited, Mrs. Bands, respectively ROE

support this activity. Geraldine Small and familyof Pastole Clayton chairmanr Mrs. Josie Fossett 25c

aid 2811 Moncrief Road. ..stated- Narator. MULLETS
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