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The Florida star
Uniform Title:
Florida star (Titusville, Fla.)
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Place of Publication:
Titusville Fla
S.W. Harmon
Creation Date:
June 22, 1963


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Newspapers -- Titusville (Fla.) ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Cocoa (Fla.) ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Brevard County (Fla.) ( lcsh )
newspaper ( marcgt )
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United States -- Florida -- Brevard -- Titusville
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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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: Man Attempt -Suicide" Shoots Self, Swims Lies On R. R. Tracks ... Lives :

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It'I UBetrayal" Charged Against St. Augustine

t'f' City Officials By NAACP Spokesman i I

i3-NO. 12 SATURDAY JUNE 22 1963 . . _
15 CENTS T "' ''' ''' . .

FSU And FAMU Students Picket Theatres Del
et ivies

f'f'i I APLOYEESFILE Q A Stop 32-year old Svicidc man bent

i nO ;,3AINST JAX TERMINAL S.Ik Thursday on Center early taking Wednesday in His at fair his ruval rescue condition own was Medical must life reported I

*. *. *. *. *. *. *. * * .....;'" be credited to the timely

I foes i Claim Would! thinking of two Tax detective -
ja .. Swimmers Be AliveIf NegroesGet mrff ECcRECATION'IS sgts

I s PracticedJob reports state that Henry

!, If Pools Were Open? Charles 32. of 321

i i_ s AreasNonTfepresentation JobsPtIority Caroline St. became despondent ,
drowning Wednesday of two Jacksonville / I
boys--one colored, one white-- a end shot himself r

brought the total of drowning deaths to ?ONC j in the temple with :
'I a calibre .22 revolverat
six within a week while the city's swim- .
Negro employes
con- about 1 a. m, near
ming pools remain cl- jed .If' I
sisting of porters ,
Acosta Bridge. l
redcaps and station Dead are James Nix. IP ,f 6901 Cecil Rd. Reports from southern ..f

f r'tt ; and" areas of the state this ...;... \ ':. Charles told officers I
employes filed suit in he
then laid the
week revealed that efforts .on
,'41 U.S. District Court last lf .;" ter D.Johnsan. CONTINUING FIGHT --FAMU student picketers are Joined by FSU students in the ground expecting to
are being to
week claiming discriminatory ,. demonstrations to end barring of Negroes from Tallahassee
'" theatres. bleed to
( L Typical death. After
f labor ,)' 15, who previously closed fed- of the attitude of the younger generation, '
practices white
a student
"J eral job areas to quali- carries a sign witha sore! two hours, the victim -
against Union Station <'( I lived at eF fied Negroes, even if it Negro co-ed calling. for "freedom. A CORE (Congress of Racial Equality) said he swan

. y Defendants named by thf 1475Eavjerson spokesman said that despite a courV'order: limiting the number of pickets that the river returnedto

.r, 31 plaintiffs are: the.' :. Nix and St. .means whites with turning identical. down may demonstrate, the picketing will continue. (Beasley Photo) land and laid down on

Jacksonville TerminalCo p railroad tresle wherehe
qual ifications..h.A
Co. the Brotherhood of fd a companion Deplores Unofficial Rites
; p federal in Meetings Military was discovered by an
rode agency
1 f ,
Railway and Steamship .. unidentified person who
't. Clerks; the Freight -f out to a $ Tampa Tuesday reportedthat Threats Public Action notified noliceDet .
'.. sandpiti w "we have been told ;, Pending
Handlers. Express and, : > Sgts L.A. Hamwey
and went we must hire Negro em- ----ll.TE 'lI'llET I It I: ---
; Station Employes : t ..'- and G.H Touchton had

Local 1014 of the union; ......1 for a ''-t ployes who are well the man carried to rival

and Charles w. Crews JAMES NIX swim inVAL\ ." JOHN: I qualified for the Biracial comrruni cat ions suffered a com- Medical Center where he

;. ... district and locals it. The victim ventured into deep water jobs," Jack D. Brown, plete break here early Thursday afte was treated for the

".- ****ciaTnnah'of the urildn:'' and::cried for help. Buf'even the heroie --, diatr. J .h.EI.an1ge.l .i. :\\.Joon--tsT.AB:! l press.jjje--when. 3t, Augu .iJ inn- wound and is being held

The plaintiffs also effort on the part of 13-year-old Walter the U.S. Social Security 'City z Cotnml i ssi oners fal Fed to :present t a- for mental observation.Annual '.:-:.J

claim that the union Peterson failed because panicking Nix almost Administration said. ; quorum of three members for a scheduled
Harlon Sponheim assistant with MA/CP Drive
operates a segregatedlocal pulled Peterson under so he let him meeting representatives.

and that they arE! go. But for Peterson's presence of mind collector of On\' and were missioners Harry (> tter- Nears End

not properly represented he may have drowned too. I customs in Tampa com- man, vice i mayor and h.L. McDaniels i I accompanied

mented, "we have been by City Atty. Robert Andrews and MIAMI---The NAACP
iji labor con- Young Johnson, a Negro, and two com- MEDGAR EVERS slain
urged that we should go City Manager Charles Berrier. spring campaign for new
tract negotiations In panions, Lawrence Hill, 15, of 1115 W. Mississippi civil rights
out and tell the colored Robert Saunders State NAACP field members in Miami and
seeking the injunction Sixth St. and Benjamin Wilson, 15, of sec- leader, was burled ,nth
each plaintiff is claim- people of the community retary, Dr. R.8. Hayling and NAACP Atty. full Dade County is Bearing
1706 Payne St. were swimming in the river military honors
ing a total of $70.000 that jobs are available Leander J. Shaw Jr. said i the NAACP/ will I I a successful cOE le-
where the draw formerly was locatedon Wednesday at ArlingtonVa.
span "
ponder whether demonstrat ions will I I take ion.
in punitive and actual .
( ) National
the old Main Street Bridge. Cemetery
Sponheim added that place during the weekend. Setting the pace for
damages as a result of
Johnson dived about six feet from a Roy Wilkins, executive
the Negro employment This the goal of 3,000 new
nation's oldest
the reported segrega- ST. AUGUSTWF --
bridge piling to swim approximately 50 secretary of the NAACP.
tion. setup was emphasized city is sitting on a veritable powder keg members is Father
feet to bridge pilings on the oppositeside gave the eulogy duringthe
Attorneys for the during meetings held this week as warring factions over segre- Theodore R. Gibson,
: and had gone only a short distance rites attended by
: plaintiffs are Farl M. throughout Florida by gation and local civil rights Issues refuse president of the
when he began screaming for help, according officials and
Johnson of Jackson- the Fair Employment to bridge the widening gap in racial branch, who has per-
to county Patrolmen C.T. Williamsand mourners from all walksof -
ville. Jack Greenberg W. S. Goethe. Practices Committee of, comrr-unicationsj. according to a local t NAACP life. sonally added 1125 members -
Constance Baker Motley the federal government. to date.
Hill went to his aid and grabbed him spokesman. ,
:I and Frank H. Heffron of Continuing that the Dr. R. B. Hayling Wed- at facilities,
but also had to let when Johnson began -
New York City.Applications. go customs office has 65 nesday,said that failureof downtown stores and Police Roundup Suspects
pulling him down, Johnson then sank
t' employes--non of whichare city fathers to enter other school areas;

For from sight.No Negroes--he further into consultation over Negro representation on During Weekend Crime SpreeA
one can say whether James and Walteror
stated that four or local problems with a civic planning com-
Trainee Jobs of the other boys who have drownedin
any five Negroes are employed biracial committee will mittees, eliminationof pair of fatal stabbings with suspects being

the past nine months would be alive in other offices. ultimately result in racial signs at held for investigation the awaiting of court

Being AcceptedThe t today had Jacksonville' city-owned pools When asked if a Negro planned public demon- public facilities; sentencing for a woman stabber and a youth found

City Civil Service been in operation. and white woman pos- strations by local bringing qualified guilty in'the holdup robbery of a Jax Coach Co.

Hoard has announced that However, knowing boys and their fondnessfor sessed identical quali- NAACP groups. Negro employes under bus driver spotlighted local crime news over the

applications are being water comfortable every parent would feel much fications to fill an "BETRAYAL" CHARGED the City's civil ser- past weekend. !_ -*- _H"Z* *;__ ..._* -a
if the which
more city pools
taken for Sewage Plant existing vacancy and Although the NAACP vice system. Facing trial before

Trainee positions and they support were open. both applied for the has been trying to meet Word has reached the Criminal Judge WilliamT. S'

the Florida Star is The big question is: Why are the pools NAACP that one high Tommie
job, which one would be with city officials over Harvey. Lee
closed? A Recreation Board official said
urging male high school hired Social Security the past several months, city official said! the Kelly 18. of 759 w.
the closed last
graduates to apply for Springfield pool was manager Brown said, 1 Dr. Hayling said they Negroes merely wanted Beaver St. received a
summer when it started to rain Sun- iJ
the Job. ; the meeting to "blow
would accept the Negro did meet with a numberof 6-months to 5-year

The notice issued by day..but since then they 'have all remained -/ because I've been 'so-called Negro off steam and we'll let prison term for the

the board reads: closed. told to" .. adding, leaders last Sundayand then.: April 5th $33.05 holdup
:[ It is obvious there is another reason.
l" we have no other that the city officials -robbery driver TerryH.

that R City of "Segregation. alternative." 'betrayed the Savannah AskedTo McLean at 16th and

Jacksonville Civil Service x How long will Jacksonville citizens Fairfax Street.
Brown went on to say original petitioners.TELEPHONE PAULHILL, 1CJ1LY
Entrance Fxamina- stand by and watch their children drownone that he had one jobvacancy THREATS DesegregateAll Felly left the bus at

tion will he held July by one in unsupervised swimming in the Tampa Social 13th and Spires Sts. and Street Lane

10. 1963. to establish holes? Let* s hope that those who are responsible Security Adminis- Following Sunday'smeeting. Facilities. was picked up by police Police stated Harris

r an eligible list for for keeping the pools closed Dr. Hayling shortly thereafter stabbed his girlfriend
tration office.
said that he and a I uciel Will lam., who-
SFWAGF PLANT TPINFF will be haunted by the memory of those efforts in SAVANNAH. Ga.---Joining AWAITS SRTCFTiCING
Stepped up
Senior high school boys who may have drowned needlessly and the hiring of Negroesby fellow member have received numerous other South- Following seven minutesof lived with the defendantand

graduate or possess let them contemplate how many more willgo the federal death threats on eastern cities last deliberation by the his mother on the
t senior 'high school GFD down to watery graves tomorrow and meat Brown pointed out phone stating "you area Friday the Chamber of Jury Judge Harvey imposed front porch of the Jackson -

diploma, mechanical the next day or next week. marked man" and Commerce asked local an indeterminate St. residence last
was on account of a "the Saturday
I apritude required at getyou. business
; houses to serve sentence of 6 monthsto
2 per cent quota for ." Ulysses
least 18. shall not have members of the general 5 years in prison on Pamlhill. 37
reached 38th Negroes in all federal STORES CLOSED is im city Jail awaiting -
birthday; public without regardto Myrtle Bryant. 30.
legal resident and Jobs involved.Acknowledging Last Saturday, most color race or creed. 3653 Freeman Rd.. following outcome of investigation -

registered qualified Retriil Set For Slayer that his of the merchants, hear- The current move came denial of a new oa his re-
agency had been urged
elector of City of Jack- ing rumors that the following reports of trial motion by the ported fatal stabbing

sonville or Duval Countyif to seek more Negro NAACP were planning several meetings between defendant. of Willie Mae Gammon
GAINFPVILL -- The recent convictions have been set applicants Assistant 38. his
( 21 or over) in keeping demonstrations over the business leadersand The defendant was -.olsw wife
U. S. Supreme Court aside by the high court Federal Administrator: H. Witnesses told
with Charter requirements weekend, closed their members of the local charged with the May 28. police
decision requiring attorneys ruling. B. Hendrickson said the the oomple were
; medical exar stores Hayling con- branch of the National 1962 slaying of L. B. arguing
be provided for Bead dCns convictedon federal government did when they
for permanent status. tinued. Association for the Anderson. 39 of 2917 homeat
defendants has a second-degree murder
indigent not shown discriminatory
Applications must be NUMEROUS INEQUITIES Advancement of Colored Willow Street. approximately 7:15
resulted in a retrial charge for the knife practices in its hiring
.filed in offices of The NAACP spokesman People.As p.m lueedaj night. The
: beingset for a man given, slaying of Vastie Miles. policies.It HOMICIDE INVFS'IIGATIONFHeld
stabbing is
Board.. 1201 City Hall. concluded that basis a result tensions alleged to
.' prison terM fora 42-year old Negro.on also without bond for
a 20-year was noted that have taken
F. place shortly
220 Bay St. not for the local Negroes' which have reached an
1961 slaying. March 21. 1961. said he homicide investigationin
Miami has Negroes staffIng thereafter
later than July 3. 1963. unrest
are their unanswered almost fever pitch eased
had not waived the two unrelated fatal
Andrew S ead. 30-year rightto its Social Security
$355 rr mo. base. demands for Daring the past two Police were contimmimg
old Negro is one of an attorney when he office and that about stabbings are Pudolpb
"4111'8 equal job opportunIties weeks, more than 500 a search for the Mrderweapon
'rastrong several Alachua Countymen pleaded guilty to the 90 Negroes are employed Harris. 39. of 1222

personal Director whose sentences and slaying during his trial. in Birmingham. elimination of NAACP demonstrators had Jackson St. and Ulysses which witnesses,

A Secretary citywide segregation been arrested. Paulhill of 918n Broad claimed wes a bayonet

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: Published by the Florida Star Publishing Co.' Now that city elections have been finally
i t: Member of Associated Negro Press
{ ..., ,. Ss completed and the newly elected and re-
'- .
ERIC .. SIMPSiM................MMHtoC Etitir i. ::,:':,,:..:'..:- elected officials are about to take up

ALYSIN E. WISE................Mews EH.rJIILiA Y':- ,. 0 to take up their posts it is certainly ap-

I I ,'it- ropos' to remind the incoming administrators -
W89TEN....................GkcriaUM. lallirI t w M
what will be expected of then in the
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MAIM IFFICE & PLANT month ahead.

.,. 'f '0 I ;cib i I Let's begin with Mayor-Commissioner Hay-

2323 HHcrief' Road.....PiiM ELfki 4-5782-- / don who got about 45 percent of the Negro

-EL 4-6783 hi votes cast to give him a healthy marginover

,&i 'Ax I 04i his opponent. Burns was by no means
I : ___ 3.hI running as the great savior to Negroes,

I 'P. 0. Boi 5&1. JacfcsHiiile 1 1. Florida which is the reason he did not

I) : SUBSCRIPTS RATES 0' : not garner as heavy a Negro I

One Year $6.00 Half Year 4.00 vote as he has in past city

! Mailed to Too Anywhere In the United States races.

\ Subscription payable in Advance .::-;\ His staunch supporters had a
Send Check or Honey Order to: ".' '. '
! FLORIDA STAR P.O. BOX 561 '" ; .:;: Herculean Job convincing many, _
a '
t Jacksonville I, Florida : ; wr many voters that despite his
', : ,
; human errors he appeared to be
:'f.,;; ':':'!" .:: _
f Africicm Leaders Warn U.S. the better man for the job. A SIMPSON

II Racial Bias is Detrimental .. great many who went to his rescue, includ-
., ing rank and file voters did so because
If I By The Associated Negro 'Press
they knew he must win the mayor's race to
r ADDIS ABABA -- (ANP) -- The 30 African :..1 .. ,
qualify for the governorship. They hope '
F} heads of state meeting here in the Ethiopian 'T STRONGEST WEAPON IN THE FIGHT FOR CIVIL RIGHTS. VOTE that between now -and the time he announces

II capital warned that American race
for governor Haydon Burns will have to
discrimination could "seriously deteriorate -- -.
-wmwwww WWWWWwwWwwww take same positive action to alleviatesome
relations' between Africa and the
of the problems that confront Negroesin

United However States., the African leaders- coupled the :* Your Weekly i Jacksonville.Mayor .

Burns is in a most vulnurable posi-
warning with "appreciation" of the U. s.
: tion and make no mistake about it, he
Government's 'efforts to end 'these : \

intolerable malpractices. Horoscope Guide : stands to lose more than 20 percent of the

J President Sekou Toure of Guinea said the ,u. I' 45 percent Negro vote he got last April if

he fails us..And as the JacksonvilleNegro
new organization cannot interfere in

internal problems of other African inde- ', '4i : ly PAILO The ASTROLOGER vote goes, so goes the Negro vote

t throughout the state.
pendent countries and even less in the i :
WHICH ARE YOUR LUCKY DAYS FOR There are a lot of things that the Mayor ,
life of non-African Countries.The t .
cannot do by himself but the influence of ,
Guinea president condemned discrimi- TRAVELARIES
f. : .BUSINESS I LOVE : his office could make the world of differ- \
nation against Negroes in Alabama but - -
- - -
On trial with him will be the entire I
praised the Kennedy administration's efforts ence. i
commission and council.
to combat it. >
Oct. 23rdConsiderable Should your partner come Number one on the Mayor's list of 'things t i
We are backing this government in its Born June 22nd thru# up with an idea of sug-

l struggle but we cannot intervene in the Born March 21st thru July 22nd support is gestion that at first to do' is sanction a biracial committee to J

April 19th headed your way in the blush seems to be farfetched work for solutions to the problems affect- I
struggle he said. that the air is ally or
Now fOnD of a powerful
don't dismiss it
in employment
Toure said there are whites who also suf- did clearing allowing the issues .unrivaled mentor. You will arbitrarily. It be ing Negroes
I Although you probably may
in contention to be be made aware of the housing, safety and other aspects of life. ;
fer from racial discrimination.The not believe It at the Just the answer you have
viewed in perspective, the friendly influences that for to get of businessmen and community. Ileaders
the time, the ordeal to been looking A group .
resolution attacking U.S. racial, discrimination realization should come to gathering ,around you :
II which you have been subJected would'not are 1'our'.affalrs moving in the have been"m e ettJlg; and, ... discussing
and segregation was containedin may be the soiree you that you in a somewhat startling right direction. You can
have missed the experiencefor fashion. Allow yourself the issues with what appears to be an eye
a spate of resolutions issued by the. of the grand opportunities now accept any Job that
' that are slated to the world. Opportunities to be guided willingly will enable you to achieve to solving some of the racial problems.The .
African leaders. that could never have the path that assures -
I come forth this week. your ma in .purposes. All should be given official status t
II I Another resolution of interest to the U. They will not only be emerged otherwise should you of a more serene the indications are now group
i, permit you to present state of mind and a hap- and in the event more are to be added it ;
S. demanded the "elimination of military plural in number but they highly favorable.
should be considered yourself in your true pier future way of life. Optimism would be well to caution the Mayor against :
bases" on the African continent. It applies as light. You may locate the The private machinationsof rises higher. The inspira- I I'stacking'
offering you sane of your tion provided by a friendor the body with hackneyed pseudo j i
to bases in Morocco Ethiopia and rear door to success which your mate or business
most thrilling and fortunate -
could not be reached by partner may also bring you your club connectionscould politicians. '. : ; ...?.
Libya. experiences 'it has the front one. If you are certain financial benefitsof provide the guaran- It is well to point out that for quite

The new OAU has a membership second onlyto been enjoy your in many'a privilege one of the lucky ones, romance which you certainly may tees you have been seeking some time. the Negro community has been

the United Nations. The organization Matters related to your may also play a be in need. 3-50-33-13-53-351 calling for the city pools to be repened. -
significant role in the
the aspirations of more than job home and heart interests 9-10-99-14-54-914
represents unfoldment of your intellectual ) A most recent request made by an .
I lead the parade. AQUARIUSBorn
200,000,000 peoples. and creative SCORPIO NAACP delegation was told by the Mayor
at the conference 5-30-22-16-75-532 powers. Jan. 20th thru I
Represented four-day that all the city playgrounds are under
Feb. 18th
470331393751LEO Born Oct. 24th thru
were: TAURUS Nov. 22nd the jurisdiction of the Recreation Board ,If+

I Algeria, Burundi Cameroon, the Central Born April 20th thru '. The sunshine always looks over which the City Commission has no con- '\

African Republic Chad. Congo (Brazzaville May 20thIt The Scorpios who have righter after the rain trol. it
Born July 23rd thru maintained their equani- and this is Just the kind
Congo (Leopoldville) Dahomey, Ethiopia can be said that the Aug. 22nd mity in the face of the'f a week you can expect. This repeated answer may. technically, be

Gabon Ghana, Guinea, Ivory Coast Liberia trrlng'experiences of the many disturbing factors There is an excellentthat true but it remains a poor excuse that I
preceding periods have The stormy periods of'the to strengthen the
Libya Malagasy Republic (Madascar) ,Mali have made the pre-opening does not solve the problem. Moreover, I
not been in vain. Thoseof preceding quarters may vious"quarters unduly hec-t ies that make you feel
Mauritania and Morocco. you who have held firmly well be considered as tic Should now 'discoversecure. Discuss additionalto since the recreation board is appointed by

Also, Niger. Nigeria. Rwanda. Senegal. in the face of all attempts having come and gone. Con- their surprise tbatsteps to foster romantic the City Commission it is a reflection on
to dislodge them fidential monetary deals wasattachments. the develop- (
Sierra Leona Somalia Sudan, Tanganyika should be ready to seize contain pleasant surprisesfor nothing lying under but the good surface. Bents of talents and theA that body which it seems has created a

Tunisia, Uganda, Upper Volta and the U. the initiative and exploit partners who have par- solid friendship putsinterests of those closesta monster which it cannot control while day A

their advantages for ticipated in them.True to your heart. You may be '
Arab Republic.King new light on your future after day children's lives are being sac-
all they are worth. The friendships prove them- a better position to
Hassan II of Morocco did not attend plan that has the earmarks selves. liOng-planned enterprises prospects and stridesborrow the necessaryto rificed to bigotry's watery graves. ,
You can take rapid
the conference because of his country's of being sure-fire may be launched.If certify Job security funds to promote your Now is the time for Negroes to urge Bar-

claims to Mauritania, but insiders are should be put into opera- you were negotiating obtain a promotion and ill-business or professionalprove ney Cobb. Robert R. Roberts Elbert Hen-
tion as soon as it is transactions that have to _interests.
confident that he wills add his signature feasible after its in- do, with the purchase or tus. your economic 8t 7-30-55-15-91-731 dricks- Dick Burroughs and Lavern Reynolds

to the charter setting up the OAU. eption. Clever or covert sale of property, such to name one or two Negro citizens to the J

I Should the newly-formed but controversial handling of financial things can be brought to a 1-90-11-12-67-192 PISCES Recreation. ? )!
operations in associationwith successful termination.
government of Togo, headed by Nicholas intuitive aljles SAGITTARIUSBorn Born Feb. 19th thru There is every indication. that sore than

Grunitzky gain full recognition by the could pile up the profitsin 8-20-55-17-72-825 Nov. 23rd thru March 20thAnunexpected a few citizens both "white and colored 0

OAU. that country would be added to the expectations.excess of your fondest VIRGO Dec. 21st turn of are not the least satisfied with the recreation ;!

body, bringing together all 32 independent 3-80-44-12-48-380 Born Aug. 23rd thru The Saglttarlans who have whole events outlook may alter giving your you board's handling of the swimming

African State. W<e-ruled South Africa Sept. 22ndA passed the tests, and they ample cause to decide that pools. And it won't be surprising to read

attacked by the organization for its rigid GEMINI friendship that has were difficult ones can you have a chance to obtain one morning that some tax-payers have J
Born May! 21st thru
now congratulate them- .
J, racist policies, was not invited to the June 21st secret overtones is being selves. But don't rest on you your receive heart's encourage- filed a suit aimed at the recreation

conferea ce. favorably stressed promising your laurels. Strike out ment to propose or to reveal board.We ,

The opportunities that fulfillment for you for high connections your secret wish it see no reason why the City Commission
STAIDThe are arising out of the in unexpected ways. Hake capitalization
NOT SO or any- would be a mistake to remain -
ashes of your previousdisappointaents the necessary contacts and thing that will enable silent. It also Is cannot name Negroes to Civil Service and

New England states, have generally or set- arrangements with the yon to carry out your the right moment to revive Library Trustee boards also. It is being

been regarddd as staid backs could come in wel- benefit of counsel if advisable sound ideas Those of you a proposition that done in municipalities throughout the
But New has co Qenus5ers and In in order to attain who free
places. now Hampshire are to 'propose have been held in suspense -
the sale various fonts if you are the business and economic (or to be may country with wonderful success.
passed a bill 1 1 authorizing proposed to) or because of unacceptable
of sweepstakes tickets and the in the market, yon may objectives you have established who have done with these terms. Whatever There is need for appointment of a Negroto

governor has signed It. The tic- buy or sell property at a channel, you should now formalities and are set to you decide on these days the Housing Authority by the mayorwho.
kets will be sold through state- profit.. The real high your inspirationaland : arch down the aisle could should be with the inten-
lights of the Quarter for Intuitive commissioner should see the need
powers toward as safety
ar state- hardly choose better
owned liquor stores and daysthan tion of acquiring some
controlled race tracks. The results any Geminlans and those the establishment of 25th 26th. Your thing of value to you. for a Negro matron in the Police Jail
are associated witl splended
personal and pub
of certain horse races will them (or who expect to be) aopes stand fulfilled. Anything you can do to under civil service. Then, watfa the approval -
decide who wins the prizes. lic relations. Influential
should shine in all their ease your mind or your Hizaoaer could
in the backing is a fine asset. 640661325641CAPRICORN of the City
Lotteries were common
splendor. if the occasionis pains should be given
early days of this' country. They presented to you. 2-60-88-19-34-268<< : first place in your calcu appoint some Negro parking meter,101&8&
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we/fl a major means of raising 10- ations. These are some of the things Negro citizens -

government revenue long before 7-50-77-13-33-751 LIBRA Born Dec. 22nd thru city
26022186261 will be looking to the mayor
anyone had thought of such devices Jan. 19th
as the .progressjve I income tax. CANCER Born Sept 23rd thru commissioners and city councilman for.PACE .

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Join i City's Organizations. ETRTRS Newly Appointed Corporation ExecutiveIs Advanced Study .

;. I!!:,:.., .:. ';' ," Mr. and Mrs Wesley Cor- Sister Of Jax YMCA DirectorDETROIT Tt'-!?.'

; ., ", .'-.;!.'f' -. ley; 1747 Brewster Fd. ; : .-
:; :>. J .' Girl. Mich.---Mrs. Yolande H. Chambers, the
:. I sister of Jax YMCA Executive Secretary ThomasB.
i\Y." .. Mr. and Mrs. Ernest
Hargrave Jr. has been elected a Vice President
; 1633 Windle St. ;
\< : Girl and Personnel Director of Davidson Bros. ,

P president of the major department store group, -j
.. Mr. and Mrs. James Tun- -
announced today. ,
4c ail; 5877 Marigold Rd.; a
Boy. Hoffritz For Cutlery
Stores in New York City.A .
Mr. and Mrs. John Mills; 3
6' w Dry?r well known for r
lawyer, *
4253 Katanga Dr. S.; Boy. j'.
az Z: her civic and public service '
?, v { Mr. and Mrs. Clarence ,- s.
Williams; 1232 Fairfax activities. Mrs.
Street ; Girl. Chambers was admitted to
and practice by the State Bar
Mr. Mrs. Fugene Cal- t
a7 fr houn; 3702 Brick 3d.Boyt of Michigan and the United II I
, '- States District Court forth I
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.iIIIfIIo....., Mr. and Mrs. Donald b Y Eastern District of MISS DFLOPFS PFARSON. I

F1 ). Andrews; 2802 Venus St. ; Michigan this year. A 1953 former 'Miss Senior

I Il k. 1 Boy. graduate of the Yale Law Class" at Florida AiM I

Mr:/ and Mrs. irillie Hen- School, she was admittedto University has enrolledfor

i derson; 810 Baker Avenue; practice in 1954 by post graduate studyat
Girl. both the Virginia State Wayne University in

Mr. and Mrs. Eddie Bar and the United States Detroit. Mich. Miss

Wright; 712 Venus Mars District Court for. the Pearson plans to majorin

Ct. ; Boy. Fastern District of Virginia sociology. The daugh-

Mr. and Mrs. Fddie Walker the state in which ter of Mr. and Mrs. Lloyd

} LATEST!' TO JOIN the city's social-civic organizations from left are: Mrs. Birdie Carter, secretary; 2627 W. Fdgewood Ave. ; she was born. Mrs. Cham- Pearson she will reside

is the purple Orchid Social Club which pre- Miss Annie Mae D>Jimmy! Lowry Mrs. Mary Bennett, Boy. Davidson Bros. Inc. bers received her B. A. degree with her aunt and uncle.Mr. .

sented Its initial social event last Saturday president, and Mrs. Mary McLendon. standing from Mr. and Mrs. Henry Mil- operat36 the Federal Department from Hampton Insti- and Mrs. Walter Smith

night In the home of Mrs. Carrie Green, 1244 leftJasper Williams, Mrs. Christine, Mrs. Isabell, liner; 1967 W. 12th St. ; Stores in Michi- tute in Hampton, Virginia of Detroit.

McCbnihe St. A large attendance of guests were on Bennett, treasurer; Mrs. Carrie Green, Freddie Boy. gan and Ohio, Tiedke's Department in 1950.

hand to give the club a tremendous sendoff. Refreshments Green. Other members are Mrs. Eva Mae Galvin? Mr. and Mrs. Reginald Store in Toledo; A brilliant student. Mrs. Emanuel Matrons

were served and an enjoyable evening Mrs. Mercedes McCray. The club is accepting ne-r- ffentrope; 3160 Edgewood the Kobacker stores in Chambers was the recipientin

'was spent by attendees and sponsors.Members seated members. (Royal Art Studio Photo) .Avenue; Roy. Ohio and New York and the 1950-1951 of the Delta Schedule June 24

.........- Sigma Theta National Scholarship I
APPLICATIONS FOR and in 19521953was Hair Fashionefte .

MARRIAGE LICENSES Club Schedules m SOCIALLYBy SPEAKING * * Whitney awarded Foundation a John Fellow-Hay

Lemmle C. Buckles. 1598 Anniversary Fete rLODISE GU1NYARDAvenue ship.
-t *
W. 23rd St., 19 and Louise Ti y* "* The mother of three
The' Highland Heights Garden Circle took a bus were open to inspection.
sutton 1057 Jefferson St. The West JacksonvilleTrue children, Mrs. Chambers is
tour of the city last Sunday afternoon, as a Members of Highland Heights Garden Circle and
the wife
Hearts Social Club of the Pev. JamesC.
17.Leroy part of its Thirty-Fifth Anniversary Celebration.The their guests returned to the A. L. Lewis Branch Clambers
Coleman, Atlantic will celebrate its 27th Pastor of st. .w
group visited several of Jacksonville's. YWCA, the starting point of the tour, where refreshments John's
Beach, Fla., 21 and Doris anniversary June 24 at Presbyterian Churchin
lovliest homes. served on'jthe lawn Mrs. John E.
Williams, Atlantic Beach, 8 p.m. in Community Baptist were Detroit. Her maternaland
Florida 17. Church, Baker Avenue The first visit was to the stately-old-home of RUt! edge served are ldl'forhe' tour, but.each. paternal grandfathersboth 4
Mrs. J. T. Betsch at 566 West Eighth Street. point visited had its Individual hostess.r
were Presbyterian
{ Geo. Hendon, 1129 W. and Decottes Street.
This home is unusual in that it has served three
13th St. 20 and Martha Invitations have been extended ministers and her father
generations and has undergone! numerous structural .*..*.*****.***.*.*.*.*.*
Cross 1344 '. State St. to the public to the Rev. Thomas B. Har-
attend, along with all changes in order to meet the needs of its oc- Grave, is also a Presby- i .

19.Frnest Burnard, 1624 W. clubs of the ,city cupants. Also, t was the only three-story home Major and Mrs. Yvont Bowens are vacationingin terian minister at the I

9th St., 54 and Lilea I. The club with the largest visited. Other outstanding features placed witha the city. They are guests of Major Bowens' Carver Presbyterian Churchin

Nelson, 1624 W. 9th Ft. attendance present will lovely mirror on one side and a built-in- mother, Mrs. Clementine Anderson of 1445 West Portsmouth, Virginia. i

receive a cash prize. buffet on the other; the old front entrance has Ninth Street, and Mrs. Bowens parents, Mr; and With their three children < II
Jones 2628 Lan- The program will ber announced been turned into an alcove collection which has Mrs. H. R. Walden,. 1066 Scriven Street. They are James aged seven. Esther on80r-Styllst
tana St. 58 and LaPanzaM. later. been greatly increased by pieces from Africa; accompanied by their five children. who is six and fouryearolf -

"right, 1121 Pippin and, the lovely and colorful photograph of daugh- Timothy, the Rev. and
St. 43. Plan Sunday Tea ter, Marvyne in the operatic role of "Aida." *..**.*..***.**..*.*...*. Mrs. Chambers reside at Final plans have been
completed this week for
Ellis Nixon, 1215 Barnett The Jefferson Street home of The W. W. Schells Atkinson in Detroit, where

St. 21 and Martha P. The Goodwill Sewing' and is noted for its adaptibility the needs of The Class of 1933 of stanton High School held a she is highly active and the hair stylefashionshow

" Morgan, Jasper Fla. 18. Savings Circle will pre- all the family. The beautiful Florida room hasa reunion recently. On "Alumni Day," the group interested in civic affairs which will be pre-

Jimmy Lee Cogdell, 3135 sent their Spiritual Anni- view of and an entrance from the family'ssWimming presented the school with a picture of Mrs. sented Monday night I

Ken Knight Hr. 21 and versary Tea Sunday, June pool. Likewise, the beautiful master Carrie C. Lewis, former instructor of Latin. Brewster Auxiliary June 24 in Emanuel Baptist .
23 from 4-6 in Brooks Church auditorium
Flouise Brinson, Jasper, p.m. bedroom has large, sliding glass doors that open Fred C. Wesley was master of ceremonies and approximately -

Florida.. -:21. 'Prayer House. Tyler, 'St. ona, balcony that overlooks the. "pool .and..the. 15 classmates were present. ... .. Programs Tea under sponsorship ofFmanuel's
off Road. r Matrons
Orland L. Meadows 810 lovely garden. During commencement activities at Civic Audi- Members of the Brewster
$t. 26 end'PI' L.P10 Mrs. Melvinia Wright, as Society. The event will
Clay The contemporary home of the I. Emerson Bryans torium, the class presented a $200 scholarshipto Methodist Hospital Auxiliary -
Clay St. 23JOHNNIE'S .. principal speaker, will ge t underway at 8
on Tenth Street in Durkeeville is noted for both Cassandra Rice. Dr. W. W. Schell made the Miss Edith C. Boyd o' clock.Mrs. .
feature the varied pro-
ROOMING HOUSE Mrs. Annie Fdmonson its exterior and interior features. The house presentation. Miss Ruth C. Stewart, an instructor president, will present a Eula Bell Thorntonsponsorstylist.

OHNNIE'S ROOMS-All gram. was designed by one of Mr. Bryan's students. The at Texas Southern University, Houston, Patriotic Tea in keeping stated
president, is inviting
Modern Furn-H&C Wtr-I approach to the home features a wide, double- Texas, sang a solo.Approximately with Flag month June 23, that the presentationthemed
friends and the general
Free TV in Every Room entrance driveway and an exquisite lawn. In the 100 persons attended the picnic from 4 to 6 p.m., in the "An Evening in

225 East Union Street public. living room, driftwmd has been used to its best held on the spacious estate of the John Grahams. hospital cafeteria.The Arts" will feature the

: advantage in the modern fireplace, as the base Mrs. Graham is a member of the class. A cocktail -?. theme is "Buildingthe lastest in Milady'shairdos

/Justine La mar "T.: of a beautiful coffee table,' in an oil pa i fing'"' "*" party was held in the home of Dr. and Mrs, Flag of the United and fashions

by Mr. Bryan, and in several other areasn' the W. W. Schell. States which will be with Maxie Coleman a

shion pattern home. -- '__ The planning committee was comprised of Miss done in pageantry with salesman with J.C.

The newly renovated Young bome._located on the Ruth C. Stewartr"Chairman Fred A. Wesley, co- musical support. Mrs. Penny's downtown store

.. -e ",f'. ,. corner ,of Thirteenth and Payne Streets is uniquein chairman; Mrs. Doris A. Jones, secretary; Dr. Wilhelmina Putledge will serving as fashion co-
.;.-; .' that the occupants, Mrs. Young and her daugh- W. W. Schell, treasurer; Nathaniel R. Taylor, represent Betsy Poss. Mrs. ordinator.In .
\ t':. busidess managerand Mrs. Harriet Graham, chair- Maude Higdon is pageant
\';: '. ter, Mrs. Jessie Fears, both have the privacyof addition to Mrs.

I I, -;." to. separate living quarters, yet merely by the man of refreshments.*....................**.. director and Mrs. Annie L. Thornton, other models
: ., ', opening of doors they may adequately serve as a Patterson is programch will include Mrs. Sarah
Successful day camps are in session at both the airman.The .
..... single unit.Mrs., Fears' apartment is noted for ".. Smith Mrs. Gladys
: the continuous use of one color for walls, throughout and the YMCA. .... .. Auxiliary represents Smith. Miss Naomi Till-
......................... one of the volunteer : .
and Coleman
j. the unit, and light furnishings, which tendsto man Mrs Manie -

,)"6' '; Increase the size of the rooms. The gorgeous groups serving the hospi- Mrs. S.L. Badger
1 a living bedroom is the outstanding feature in Sgt. and Mrs. Alexander Robinson are visiting tal daily in various ca- will serve as narrator.The .

: this home, but the compact kitchen is not to be relatives and friends. They are accoapanied: by pacities. city's organizations -
their five The Alexanders in Invitations are being extended and the
forgotten. is designed to eliminate unnecessary,?, sons. are living generalpublic
to friends to spend cordially In-
Fort Rucker, Alabama are
I steps and lost motion, and indeed one can -sifAon.
the time between 4 and 6 vited.
x:AV a stool in the center of the kitchen and operate
each piece of equipment.In .

Cleveland Heights the beautiful and spacious
lawns surrounding the lovely homes of Mrs. Isaac Robert P. Lynon, Sr. and Robert P. Lynon, Jr. r now its Pepsi

Jackson and her daughter Mrs. Jesse Jackson were recent guests to the city. They reside in

drew much praise from the group. The expanse o.t. Newark, New Jersey. .14 for those who

the lawns and the well-kept gardens cannot be

adequately described. It seems that no matter YWCA Plays Seminole ClubPlan thinkyoung II

where you stand you get a natural picture.Both
Holiday Fete
homes feature modern designs and living quarters.In Little '
Washington Heights, two of the model homes Members of A.L. Lewis
\ Branch YWCA planning on Talbot .
t\$ were viewed, featuring the new idea of compactbut PartyThe ''-><:"-1: -
spending a quiet July 4th ;-i : >.4-
convenient living.The ,
Seminole Culture Club /
holiday are invited to v "
Edgewood Avenue home of The Anthony Klnnons is planning to sponsor a
an old fashioned picnic ,
is noted for its lovely setting amid numerous under sponsorship of the beach. outing July 6 at .;'

giant pines and other trees. The use of unique Membership Committee.The Little Talbot Island. .
i wall paper designs do: much to enhance the beauty event will be held.or Tickets nay be obtainedfrom I r' ..',

J No..I.172., i of this home. Also, the attractive fireplace, the "Y" patio. Membersare the members. ::4- .;:

'r t, s'k the wonderful use of colors, and the guest room quested to bring Buses will leave from the

I Sizes 12.18Fashioned <...... on the ground floor are outstanding features.Mrs. their families and also following locations:

innon's silver service is also worthy of food which will be arranged 9 a.m. Myrtle Avenue and '
note. and served family 13th; 9: 20, 8th and Myrtle, ;

for daytime or afternoon wear..deft The tour ended with a visit to the picturesque, style on a long table. 9:25, 8th and Francis;

draping shapes this halter neckline dress. Con- storybook house of Mrs. Olga Bradham. The rooms Mrs. Mary; L. Washington, 9:35 Arch and Davis; 10:00

verging pleats in the bodice give pet feet con- told beautiful tales of ouch care and attention.The membership chairman, a-B. Jessie and Florida Fs

tour to the bustline. Bodice Inset and tie bows lovely colors in the home created a "cool" stated that membership Avenue.

are In contrast. A joy to wear for so many oc- atmosphere, yet reflected the warm personalityof cards will serve as ad- _aEarariE-gr" : ," : TT '''' s A

casions.. It's back zippered for easy slip-on the occupant. The lovely garden in the rear mission. a

coafort. Try it in pique, linen, cotton for day- of the home seemed to beckon to one to "().Ime toa
wear; In silks for afternoon. party."

Price $1. R-172 is available In sizes 12 14. The lovely lawns of The Wilsons on Edgewood 515 DAYIS STREET

J 16, 18. Size 14 takes 3* yards of 3 5-inch fabric Order Now at Reduced Prices

and 3/8 yard of 35-inch fabric for contrast. .
Standard body, measurements for size 14 are: Bust OPEN FOR BUSINESS PHOTO CARDS

34. Waist 26, Hips 36. tiOODSON CLEANERS Announces the Opening of a New re Mivitaals FailySIOIIJS Cbls

Send One Dollar for pattern, plus 5 cents for Sranch Office at 5504 Avenue B. Come Where You .

postage In cash or check. No stamps. For first Can Get Quality Cleaning at Budget Prices." j' BLACK & WHITE COLOR
More people are taking to the outdoor
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Four Day Session Starts First TimothyBaptist Service Begins Events Highlight Primitive Baptist

: June 26 I In Redeem Baptist Church 3 p.m. SundayDedication Annual Observance Nat'I I AssociationTo ACHORCU

7/: : The four-day convention of the Ministers and service for Meet
, t Deacons Union and the Women's Missionary Society '.,... the new edifice of Mount
Olive Missionary Baptist 62nd annual sessionof
of Emanuel Progressive Baptist Association will J
,1,1 be hosted June 26-30 by Redeem Baptist Church, Church of Kings Ferry, the National Primitive
J.W. Johnson moderator and Rev. Clarence Frank Florida, of which Fev. J. Baptist Convention will
I District 5 of will
I host pastor. L. Hall is the pastor meet in Jerusalem Baptist Church
Sunday's events will lead will be held Sunday. June the Mt. Olive Primitive sponsor a sight-seeing tour to Lake Wales Fla.' ,
Officers of the Association
off with Sunday School 0; 23 at 3 p.m. Baptist Church August 21- July 4. Those desiring further information nay
are: 25. contact Deacon William A. Tooabs. at PI 91271.'
1 being conducted by the Under the leadership of Reverend J.M. Dixon.
Rev. William
r ; Rev. J.H.Smith Jackson president -, ministers, licentuates Rev. Hall the new churchwas host pastor, states that Deacon Toombs is district, .' y leader. ad Refi R. W.

, I. vice president; Deacon K deacons, laymen, deaconesses erected doling the all things are ready for a Jackson is pastor.

p.. Williams recording and Adult Seniorworn period of one year.. The grand session.
church is debt free and. National President P.P. -0-0-0-0-
I secretary; Rev. R.B. Williams '
corresponsing sec- President William Smith completed in seating and Rrantley of Miami is
other features. urging all ministers The Georgia Bush Prayer Band will present a
will deliver the morning
retary Rev. S.A. Thomas
I ; Adophus Timmons is ser- ., iii'- delegates and churchesto Spiritual Tea June 30 in the home of Rev. Bernice
worship sermon assisted by <
treasurer; Rev. Tony Neal ....
I ::-= have full Jackson. 1487 McOonihe
I Rev. J.W. Johns en. ving as general chairman reports for Street, from 4 tjg p.m.
missionary and Deacon C.H.
REV. WHITEHEAD of arrangements for the MRS. DMA WATKINS the regular enrollment and Rev. Sarah E. Jones will be the speeker4.0000 .'. .
Smith district superin- At 2 p.m. the Laymen'sprogram Rev. W.W. Whitehead. ...General ChairmanThe for the eQUipment fund.
affair.A .
will be In chargeof
tendent.The pastor of Connor Temple special program with women of St. Matthew Mil constitutents of the
Deacon Robert Newman -
Initial session will ,Baptist Church. Savannah Baptist Church have com- Primitive Baptist Churchesin
outstanding religious,
get underway Wednesday president. The Young Ga.,. will conduct a 10 educational pleted plans for"the observance America are hereby
night with the enrollmentof Peoples Hour begins at civic and The Senior Choir 1 of Emanuel Baptist Church
night Revival
service at of Women's Day called upon to support the
delegates. Rev. R.B. 2:45 p.m. with Rev. Tony First Timothy Baptist personalities will be partici- Sunday which begins with equipment fund by paying will sponsor its annual Friendship Tea July 7,
Williams will deliver the Neal delivering the sermon pating presented at the church. Mrs. Eliza Rich Perry and others
Church Hart St. for the occasion. the Sunday School at 9:30. $1.00 each so that we can
sermon with Rev. E.L. Wil- assisted by Rev. Clayton beginning Monday. June a.m. liquidate this debt this will appear. Mrs. Jessie Montgomery is chairman.

cox Thursday as alternate.night's events Jones Settles.and M.Mesdames Holliman Sarah wilt'preside. 24th through July 5th.A St. Stephen BoardAll Officers for the Sunday year," urged the presi- -0-0-0-0-
noted evangelist. School are: Mrs. Daisy dent.
will be in charge of the Rev. Whitehead has con- boards and clubs of Kelsy. general superintendent -

women and will feature Reports of various com- ducted revivals throughout the city are cordially ; Mrs. Victoria Kemp, Sweetfield Slates District 7 of Mt. Calvary Baptist Church will

Youth on Parade. Rev. F.I. mittees will climax the the nation and also invited .to attend the guest superintendent. The sponsor An Evening With Friends Tea June 23.

Norman will offer the sermon convention. in Furope. 58th anniversary of St. teachers are: Mrs. Dora Annual Women's in the home of Mr. and Mrs. I Robert Loekett. 1435W.

t wn:th Rev. Clarence Rev. G.L. Boyd Rev. E.I. 5th Street, from 4 to 6 Mrs. Gussie P.
Rev. R.L. Smith, host Stephen AMF Church's Lee Swift. Primary; Mrs. p.m.
Frank as alternate. Norman and Jamie Jacksonare "Thornasina Day Program Gray will be the speaker.
pastor, is inviting Stewardess 2 Sunday Williams Primary -
Friday night will featurean chairman co chairmanand '
friends and the general June 23 at 3 p.m. ; Mrs. Viola Hatcher Sweetfield Baptist Church
educational sermon by secretary, respectively -
public. Refreshments in the church auditoriumMrs. Men's Bible Class; Mrs. has announced speakers for -0-0-0-0-
Rev. RL. Wilson and Rev of the program com
G.L. Boyd as alternate. mittee. will be served followingthe Bessie Johnson Mary Palmer Women's Bible the annual Women's Day observance -
end of each service. president announced. Class; Mrs. Geraldine Taylor scheduled for Districts 9 and 10 of Mt. Calvary Baptist will

Junior Girls; Mrs. July 23. sponsor a Musical Tea June 23 fro 4 to 6 p.m. .

Ceremony Climaxes Annual Event Evencie Larkins Junior Mrs. Rosa Bell Barnes at the church. The Zion Hope Male Chorus will be

llP. >.. v.S. .."'!, ',.--P-'-' .!. .' r Girls; Mrs. Rita Pringle. Barrow will be speaker for featured. Members of Mt. Calvary are asked to
; ....>'. '.'..}..o.:; :- !;:,'.t : '..u. .I Ir : Junior Girls; Mrs. Fddie all of the
P'If ,M v; '': .f4- ;.. / / -;-I''.' the morning worship and support activities and friends are
: : ,'
.': : Lee Williams Primary Mrs. Pauline Smith will invited.

'" class; Mrs.. Mildred Brown give the message for the

Intermediate girls; Miss 3:30 p.m. service. -0-0-0-0-
Mildred McCoy,Senior Girls Mrs. Barrow attended

and Miss Elizabeth Best. Cooknen and 't"\nton Charles Maxwell will serve as director and

fr Intermediate Boys. schools of this citv. K hp Rudolph McKissick will serve as codirectorof

( Mrs. Amanda Lake and Mrs. attended Florida Normal the special revival chorus which will furnish

t Y Viola Daniels will lead and Industrial Memorial the music foe the citywide 'revival from June 23

4 E lw' ,devotions for the morning College and BethuneCookman through June 30 at Shiloh Metropolitan Baptist

worship. Others servingwill College with further Church. Matthew McCoy will serve as organist ,

S V is be Mrs. Thelma Nixon study at Columbia Uni- and S. L. Davis at the piano. Rev. A. B. Coleman:

Mrs. Vivian Byrd. Mrs. versity. New York City and is host pastor and Rev. R. H. Wilson. Revival

zr I Carrie Gordon, Mrs. Teresa Miami University, Miami,. Committee: Chairman.
Donald. Mrs. Ruth Mc- Florida.At .
g Millian Wise Mrs. Myrtis
present she is a mem- -0-0-0-0-
ar r R t Lawson Mrs. Ruth Watson ber of the faculty of At-
Mrs. Oeady Benjamin. Mrs.
tucks High School of Districts 8 and 15 of Zion Hope Baptist Cfcurch

I i Beale Alexander and Mrs. Hollywood Florida, where will sponsor'their'Summer tea"june 23, at '3' p.m.
y W.D. Lucas. Mrs. Birdie she
taught for more than in the home of Mark Carter 1631 McO:>nihe Street.
4 Bradley and Mrs. Louis King 12
She is
years. a memberof
; Mrs. Elnora B. Littlejohn will be the speaker.
x az -nr The for the
morn- New
Hope Baptist Church

JIF\I4I\ i ., and an honorary member of 0000Usher -
I Sweetfield. Her Christian

I activities bagan at DaySpring Board 1 of Day Spring Baptist will sponsora

--- 11 I Baptist. Mrs. Barrow Fell ,wship Tea June 23at 4 p.m. in the dining
I is the

.... -..-... .ar ,_- ..-,. ... "'. ...__..::J t Rev and Mrs.daughter D. B. Barnesof of of the church.Mrs. Virginia Mack will be the

AN OVERWELMING SUCCESS---Mrs. Serena Tolbert AME Church; Mrs. Helen Hawkins member of the eetfi e'd.

seated at right in royal regalia was crowned Religious Education Committee; Mrs. C. E. Toston Mrs. Fmith is a memberof
"Mrs. Sarah Allen" as a result of the spirited Supervisor; Rev. C. E. Toston, pastor; Mrs. El- W the faculty of Matthew -OBITUARIES-

contest sponsored recently by the Sarah McGinnis flora McBride who crowned Mrs. Tolbert; Rev. R. AXing W. Gilbert High School.

Missionary Society of New Bethel AME ChurchRev. pastor of Greater Payne Chapel AME Church; She is the wife of Rev. Wallace Outlaw 7939

C. E. Toston pastor. Principals seated from Mrs. J. S. Johnson president of the Missionary Willie Smith and a member Longspur Avenue.

left are: Mrs. Vivian Williams, president; Mrs.L. Society of the North Jacksonville District; and of Ebenezer Methodist Sam Harrington; 1009

B. Hall. Mrs. Willie Mae Jones, Mrs. Olivia Rev. J. S. Johnson pastor of St. Stephen AME Church. Broad Street.Mrs. .

Harrell and Mrs. Beatrice Ziglar second vice Church. In background, Mrs. Dorothy Woods and : .. '. .to Flizabeth Boyklns;

president.Standing from left: Mrs. A.B. Williams, Mrs. Emma: Bryant organist of New Bethel. .:...ii To FeatureDeacon 1456 F. 28th Street.

p I Editor of the Women's Missionary Magazine of the (Royal Art Studio- Photo) ti_ Monroe Pattersonwill Daniel Neal; 1545 w. 18th

/ be the guest speaker Street.
July 14 at 3 p.m. in Mt. Ronnie Lee Benjamin; 1259W.
... .Morning Speaker
Zion District Tabor Baptist Church for Adams Street.
Hope ning worship will be MissJ. '
James Mean Adams "BABY
-i the anniversary observanceof PAUL IS
SALE GOOD Maxine Fisher. She will
765 W. Union Street.
Districts 2, 3.4.5 and 6
Slates Annual Fete he lntroduced by Mrs. R. Mr. Patterson is a member Mrs. Mary B. Lunsford; ON THE BALL"

f ALL WEEK District 1 of ion Hope Wins general chairman.The of Friendship Baptist 712 Eaverson Street. You all know Baby Paul !

Baptist Church will observe youth program will be Church where he served as Ivey Carter; 1323 w. 23rd' (Paul Clark) or at

i JUNE 19-JUNE23 its 33rd anniversaryJune held at 3:30 p.m. with superintendent of the Sun- Street. least you should because (

2 DISCOUNT STORES: 23 in the auditorium Miss Sandra Smith pre- day School. He is affiliated Lewis Hayes Massey; 1423F. he's been driving his

830 Cosset Ave. -of the church. siding. Devotions will be with several religious ', 23rd Street. New Deal Cab 1102 Day I\.
1824 W. Beaver led by Cynthia Jones and Willie James
St. Pev. J.M. Champion pastor and civic organizations Standley ; around Jacksonville for
U.S. 90 Near Stockton Wanda Taylor. Others appearing 1724 r 14th Street twenty-two And
of New Hope AMF Church
will give annual sermon.He on program are he does bis Job well,
COOKOUT TIME Gloria Price Tansy Tay-
will be accompanied by lor, visiting choir from too Judging by the
his choirs and congrega awards be baa won from
Tabernacle Violet Taylor,
t ,the Safety Council
FLORIDA GRADE"A"FRYERS Andrea Martin Forestine
SAVE lOc Invitations have been extended and good driving. His cour-
LB.23C Sims Tersa Washington j
/ to the public to Mrs. Emma Tatkins. teous ways haws made

come out and observe the The evening worship will many friends f!rrfcim in \,

SAVE lOc LB. celebration along with begin with devotions which the last 22 yeo..and be

SPARE LB. 29 Tistrict 1, Mrs. Lizzie will be led by Good Samaritan 4 keeps adding new ones
RIBS Fiirpson, the president has Prayer: Band. Ap- to the list every day.

announced Mr. Clark and his wife
Pev.-V. R. Simpson! is pas-
FLA. GRADE"A" LARGE Lettie live at 4616 North
tor and Deacon A. Colemanis
SAVE lOc DOZ. 2 "2. 77 district. Moncrief Road. He is a
member of Mt. Ararat

Ml. Zion PreparingFor Baptist Ctarch and Mrs.

GROUND a Clark Is an Usher at St.
OR 3 IBS. 8ge Annual CampaignPALATKA Paul Baptist Chnrch. f

BEEF SAUSAGE SAVE lOc It. The Mt. Zion Baby Pa l says Uet what f''
be likes most is keeping
Baptist Church of South .

{ T-BONE STEAKS SAVi.i.l 69 Palatka Summer Evangelistic will begin campaign its- his Next convenience time riders you and need Jaapp comfort tbe,. !

July 15, at 8 P...,
and continue through July of a cab tell the dispatcher -

19. to send New Deal I i

SIRLOIN STEAKS SAVi.i.l 69 Rev. B.H. Hartley pas- ..MRS.. .Guest RUm Soloist KCMILLON Cab 1102 Day' to pick you ,

tor of Friendly Baptist the up yon 11 find that ..1;.
earing on program "
Church of Jacksonville Baby Paul if on tbe
will be Mrs. Annie M. KEN KNIGHT
SAVE lOc ". will do the preaching for ball.

CLUB STEAKS LB. 59 the fiye nights. Robinson Donald Mrs. Hattie Mrs. Doris Mathis Invites You To Listen To- B. sure .. ..*.!> __ fcWi
All pastors long with
Mrs. Ida Bivins. Mrs. Hor- .Awe /Mr I..4. 1HftI.
their congregations and 'ft at 9:10 .* CfcMi 4,
SAVE LB.LB. friends are invited to attend tense Neal Mrs. Vivian "KNIGHT TRAIN"Starting Ictriifinc KNEW.. Kfii.p1,
Byrd. Mrs. A. Burrough
CUBE STEAKS : 79 the services and a
guest soloist; Mrs. Clotee
special Invitation Is Pridgen. Mrs. Martha Bris- At 7:00 pjn. Night ly- DEALCAB
being to the unsaved.

Watch tfc< WwU-'s Greatest GISK! Sixers' Pev. N.B. Willlaas is bon. 1400 WRHC 1400 COMPANY

pastor and Mrs. Clara William 000 o non IfIts sh4 WCL41C11rn
WJXT Chnitl 4 Eviry Smkiy 9:30
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Clansmen Ready Super Thriller Nat11 Council Of Women Hold Star Becomes A Benedictia'1k'1

rr' Bethune House Ground Breaking \\

r WASHINGTON' D. C.---Mrs. Daisy E. Lampkin of !

Pittsburgh, Pa. chairman of the Educational :

'1 Foundation of the National Council: of Negro Women, -- q Iti
i i iI iR
l. :: = ; Inc. officiated at the ground-breaking ceremonyon i:
; the. site of Bethune House, 401 Chaplin Street,
:4. highlighting the Council's commemoration ob-

J : servance. :r
. I :. Bethune House, when'''sp nsor. The Fducational ,
built, will consist of 41 Foundation of the National

P4 J :apartments built under an Council of Negro Women
, ,
Insured loan according to Inc. will be producingthe I Ia
the provisions in the relocation first new housing

: s sections of the under the special reloca- a.'I .

National Housing Act. tion housing program in .
{ pr-i k Washington has needed the District of Columbiabut ,>
i housing for low and also for the entire ""t'.'
I pp s s
< .,a r s middle income families because Washington metropolitanarea

n- -a ; 8 yr of its extensive urban and with one excep-
z aa renewal and highway tion for the entire FHA

r9 R c: construction program, region.
both of which have dis-

I II .. i, ___L__ : : T placed these families from Edward Waters -

I their former homes.
Bethune House is the Summer School

: : : first project in the

: y United States or elsewhere Began June 17In WEDDING\\ CLIMAXES COLLEGE ROMANCE Mr. and

under Federal answer to scores of Mrs. Wiley G. Harris, both recent June

Housing Administration telephone calls and raduates ,of A. and T. College, leave

..... .... jurisdiction for which a letters during the past Dudley Hall, in the A. and T. campus

iiiT ...:.. .: r:; ..-- women's organization has few days Dr. WilliamB. .following their wedding on Friday, June

... ...-.--. -. -..:-.':--. ,-:.-. .. -. served as a developer or Stewart, president of 7, at noon. The bride is the former Miss
Edward Waters College Ellamae Squires of South Boston, Va. The
SINATRA HAS 'THE ''drop"' on Martin in stage coachrobberyscene rough action in film without using doubles and
I stated that with the groom, a star football player, is from
which was first footage shot for
stunt -
Summer School's opening Charlotte, N. C.
film. Both actors also performed much of the June 17, courses will

Collins 'Shoot-Ern-Up' R.C. Appoints C.J. Smith carry full credit by the FAMU InstructorIs Mrs. R.J. Reeves'
Speaks State
Shell Supermarket Department of Education -

t Out Against FeaturesSinatraMartin To New Marketing Post for extension of Recipient Passing Mourned
certificates and
Target Of COREMIAMIShell's COLUMBUS., Gar-.Appointment of CharlesJ. of credit. rezency Of Science Grant

City Racial Bigotry tChuck) Smith, III, 36, to the newly The six-week session BOULDEP, Colo. Robert

I Supermarket, where three MOJAVE, Calif. Ever created post of Director of Special Market will be from June 17 Smith, an assistant pro-

sit-inners were arrested since the money came Activities for Royal Crown Cola Co. has through July 26th witha fessor of sociology at

during a summer Action Jingling in at box offices been announced here by Bradford D. Ansley limit of six hours. A Florida MM University

Institute, is the thrcughout the -Vice President-Sales. Smith is a 15-year maximum load for the has been awarded a

target of a new campaign world on "Oceans 11" veteran in the field of public relations. nine-week term is National Science Founda-

.,. by Miami CORE. ,arJ and "Sergeants 3' and promotion.: \ nine hours. The nine- tion grant to attend the

This time the demands Frank Sinatra and Dean Poyal Crown Cola Co. tor of publicity and publications week session will be summer Institute for College -

include, not only desegregation Martin knew a good thing one of the big three of at Savannah from June 17-August 26. Teachers in Anthropology

of the when they saw itteaming the soft drink Industry, State College, Savannah The three workshops here at the Uni-

supermarket's restaurant up in motion pica has been a pioneer in the Georgia from 1948 to 1950.A will include: versiity of Colorado.The .

but adoption of x tures. field of ethnic marketingwith native of Savannah Elementary Science, announcement was

1 a fair employment Their latest, and big- a 22-year history of Georgia, Smith 'was June 17-July 12 from made by Pr. John Greenway,

\ policy. At present gest, recently went before special activities' plannedand graduated from Paine High 6 until 9 p.m.; Ameri- director of the institute.

i Negroes are employed the cameras on location carried out for the School in Augusta, Georgiain canism vs Communism, Grants were available to

,1 only as Janitors and in the wide open Negro market. The firm 1943, and from Tennessee July 15-August 2, from 40 persons from throughout -

'I car washers, particularly desert spaces around Red manufactures concentrate A&I State Universityin 3 until 6 p.m. ; Kindergarten the nation. The Institute -

the group is seeking Rock Canyon, 27 miles flavor ingredients for Nashville with a bache- and Nursery will be held from MIAMI---Many friends

to get Negroes LEROY COLLINSLAKELANDLashing from here, with Robert Royal Crown Cola, Diet- lor's degree in 1947. A School, July 22-August 9 June 17 through August 23. throughout the Florida

hired as cashier. Aldrich ( 'What Ever Rite Cola Nehi, Par-T-Pak year later he was awarded from 3 until 6 p.m. Professor Smith is a community are mourningthe

In negotiations, the out against racial Happened to Baby Jane" ) beverages, Upper 10, anda the Laster of Arts degreein graduate of Southern Uni- death of prominent

manager denied that the bigotry and discrimi- producing and directing.It's line of Diet-Rite Journalism from the Being Probed versity and the Universityof Miamian, Mrs. Rachel

company practices job nation, former Gov. a big budget Tech- flavors, which are distributed State University of Iowa, Illinois. He has done Jane Reeves whose passing -
Investigations in four
I discrimination but Leroy Collins told State nicolor western loaded through some 460 Iowa City, Iowa. In 1961 additional work at Michi- occurred ThursdayJune
Tampa Bay area counties
stated that noJYegroes Methodists last week wiJth action and sex franchised bottlers he won a mall Street gan State University. 6 in a local hos-
had applied.' So, ,Miami .'that'it was not because (Anita Ekberg and Ursula throughout the U.S.A. and .Journ&T Newspaper Fund into possible widespread' Smith is a native of Ray- pi tal.

CORE sent three qualified it has been declared Andress) and titled overseas. S.J. Phillips, Fellowship for study in an sale of answers to the vllle, La.Bethune. The wife ot H. FSlgismind .
applicants. Two of unconsittutionalby Tour for Texas. A of Tuskegee, Alabama, has advanced communications National Teachers Exami- Reeves, Miami

/, them were told that the courts but that production of the Sam served Royal Crown Cola seminar at the Universityof nations to Negro teach- Begins Times publisher-editor.
Company, it will be released ers in said areas were
I ;\ Negroes are not hired it is wrong to deny a Co. for many years as Minnesota in Minneapo- Summer Session Mrs. Reeves was a lead
by Warner Bros. reported Tuesday.
as cashiers and one person solely because of Special representative in lis.STOPFAUmQN. er In local social
was permitted to fill his race or color. the ethnic field and will DAYTONA BFACH -- Dr. civic and religious
William A. McMillan
an application blank, Before an overflow Pay Hikes Set continue to do so, Ansley Yes We All'Talk Registrar of Bethune-. circles for aMY years

I but never heard anything crowd attending the said. .... Cookman She leav a to mourn:
further. 121st annual conference For Disabled VetsTwo --At:;.:the time or his 'appointment that the College Summer announced School her' husband four

.. So, picketing started' here, Collins described Smith was director 'PUTTING SOUND IN WORDSBy Session will start Mon- daughters Mrs. Hazel
on a busy Saturday and racial bigotry as a social classes if veterans of public relations Grant, Mrs. Clarice
day, June 17 and will end
some 30 persons par- sickness. :His Impassioned with service-connected of Florida A&M University Littles, Mrs.Dorren
August 10. The primary
ticipated. 'The speech fol- disabilities will receive in Tallahassee. He had Marcus H. Boulware Young and Mrs. Frances
of the
purpose Session is
picketing will continue lowed, earlier action additional compensation as been a member of the staff Jollivette; one son.
to serve the educational
until Shell's City taken by the con- a result of laws enactedby there since September Usually in our speech correction teach- Garth Reeves ; two
needs of the
changes its policy,' ference which had votedto the 88th Congress and 1950. Prior to working at. ing, we reach a step designed help following brothers Canon CharlesF.

I said A. D. Moore chair- seat all worshipers approved by the President FAMU. he served as direc- children to use the correct sounds they groups: Cooper and Joseph

man of Miami CORE. regardless of race- the Veterans Ad. learn in ,familiar words. Supervisors, principalsand Cooper of Philadelphia;

--- _. 'ministration announced.One AppointeeF Materials for 'carrying out this step can inservice teachers of sister Mrs. Gertrude
i ,.. secondary and elementary
group includes those be found in word lists having particular of Baha-
Haven Nassau.
TASTE WHAt'S HAPPENED TO 1EMON AND LIME I schools who desire to take
VVHBla B He aaaa Baje MPBjBajBaaj alBVBMeW veterans who have service- sounds (for example, TH) in the initial, courses for professionaland mas; nine grandchildren,

connected deafness of medial, and final positions. For example, self improvement. All and a host of friends.

both ears with completeloss R. humb' contains this sound in the persons who wish to extend Final rites were held

of bone and air con- Initial position; "both" contains this or renew teachers's Monday 1 at lOa. II. in

COCO duction. The other group sound in the final position; and "tooth- certificates; students of the Church of the Incarnation

Teem'Ii Includes veterans who brush contains this sound in the middleor Bethune-Cookman Collegewho Pev. Theodore
have suffered the loss of
I : medial position.The wish to make certain Jones, officiating.
use of both vocal cords
speech clinician teaches the newly- deficiencies or want to !
with constant inability
learned sound first in the initial posi- shorten their courses of
every to communicate by speech,
tion in words, then in the final position, study at the college and

tingling as incurred a result disease of service-or in- and next in the medial position. This new students who want to "WHY DIDN'TTHEY

calls for considerable drilling on the begin their academic stu-
Ii jury B.J. Gannon, officer individual.We dies during the summer*
#time in Charge, VA part of the pupil or HIT
tend to in the e. men-
use many games
: WH' Office. Jacksonville,
\ I \ I), A COUPANY MAWS Itt-CLEAR TEEM-T ATS ITS SO COOP Florida, Said. tary school with children, but there is 1 ME BACK ?" J

__ ___ F YOUNG of J\etroi. danger in using many games unless we have !
recently appointed by sound criteria for them. Games must be

Postmaster General J. used purposely, and we must let the pupils peopte Nobody WhO gets make lynched trouble Colored Just

Fdward Day as Acting know that they must drill and practicethe liI disappear People say they ,i
Special Assistant for Employee went North But everybody
sounds no matter how dull the activitymay knows what r..tty happens -
Relations in the seem.READERS. they get taken out and '
Chicago Region. Young is drowned There.. a strong tide
: For my parliamentary chart of In the BayThat ,
the second Negro to serve
was Lateen Nosier :
motions, send fifty cents to Dr. MarcusH.
at this high personnellevel One Me wkMe key In Meleather
Boulware Box 310-A, Florida A. andM. }aeke.. He I******* N
MARKEtS In the Department's .... So M was easy-and rtfMwhen '
SUPER regional set-up University, Tallahassee, Florida I .ha look king Ma brassknuckles 'I
to laaeli picketing.
I freedom Riders. M Easlon,
FAMU StafferTo i Maryland,*.*....M.
But ho couldn 1 understand
WESTERN BARBECUE SIZE Attend I those. people. ,
: 'W..1hey)*&ow*" he wondered -

OLEO b 10C HAIR." 1:.;) Nat'l WorkshopWASHINGTON. they get!Why mad and the h hott* bock'didn't I

d( : c: Spare 47 USE rut tn-s.t one anyone guy as t tever I II

1 I.. SOLID .. Sslkers D.c. Dr I had to fmd trios guy and ask
s linita A. Ford, head of I them..wry> they hedril hit nNback.

RIBS I.. the department of home :; T....., two year ess ..... I
YAM CAMP "SAVE IT"xs economics at Florida A&M I Okk...... round tfc>..... and
asked them-and .tee st..,.ti ,
University, has been selected -
Pork & CENTER CUT WHITE as one of the 25 2 POWDERS 5 Hit farmry disowned him His I
'":.19C b Esther's new f.,...&. fer ... ..4 to white friends never spoke to
27 persons appointed htm
w.- t>redact d .nee .Wpr-r-e" again
C in the cur- Road the into of
less .. heir. by eestreyi! g scale b.d.ri..a4 participate 12 POWDERS 25 story
white SouMmer who
Beans # 2 caas BACON dendrw -. treatment fer breaking MB*, ritM riculum workshop at Cor- had nothing to do MfJffM and
,t S ........,end etlr...rhie. e ere ixt eWanee1 nell University. June 24- nothing to believe btft. tolaMntfl .
te nW... netvreJ ..... giving tvttre, beewty endtreagth July 6. 24 POWDERS 49 he met a Negro who had
KIln -.... ....... stvbby. Ii'.... Mir The two-week workshop is lOG much faith to figM keck inREDBOOk I
: : fRESH GREEN ....the reel"Wemnn's Oewwng o$..,." i
29 sponsored jointly by JWr
15 Home Fconoaics Fducation
.. your dealer does not have SAVE IT".send$1.00 for of the U.S. Department
i Mayonalset. 2 oz. sue.. $1.50 for 4 oz. Jar. (tu and postage included s.i.tied
OKRA to of Health, Educ

t. I., Esther's Beauty Aids / SO Wtst 125th Street tlon. and Welfare.
Near York 27, N.Y.
Limit 1 with $5.00 Dr IIIfI fold cider

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/ ..... Social Scene! ...... Date AnnouncedFor Tallahasseans, Plan Credit. Union
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Future Farmers f
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l; I / Cotillion Society Announces Debutante Coterie Forestry Training Camp .; > t r ,

1 !
'l The Debutante Coterie announced by the Tallahassee Pep Squad, and "Mis Twelfth Grade" for her TALLAHASSEE More than -;

Cotillion Society consists of eighteen members section. She was also chosen "Student of the 250 Future Farmers of '

recent graduates of the Tallahassee High Week." Mamie plans to attend college to major American from throughout f

If'' S C hoods. in physical education. Florida will attend the ,

j Beginning June 16. there have been many parties Daughter of the Reverend and Mrs. K. S. Dupont 29th annual Forestry -> t ti ti

I.t and festivities given In their honor by relatives of 1324 Disston Street, JACQUELYN LAVERNE DUPONT Training Camp which opensat i

" and friends of the debutantes. Traditional bows is a graduate of University High School as O'Leno State Park July i

g will be made at the annual Debutante Ball in the salutetozian. At FAMU High she was presidentof 17.

' Perry Paige Hall at Florida A and M University on the Student Council, a member of the Student Conducted by the Florida 1 .,. ;. -,- .-
June 21. Forest Service the annual :
Patrol, the chorus Girls' Ensemble, and the -
The ladies camp is held near High r
young making debut
Yearbook Club. Jacquelyn plans to obtain collegeand r
FRANCES RUTH ALLEN is the daughter of Mr. and master's degrees in order to pursue a careerin Springs on the Santa Fe v_.

\ Mrs. Frank Leo Allen, 608 North Copeland Street. physical therapy. River. Two intensive one- = -
} She Is a graduate of Lincoln High School where shet week sessions Include : = Ii
was a member of the Modern Dance Club the band training in practical -
Mrs. William D. Flowers of 1222 Ford Street, I ,
and the New Homemakers of America. Frances was an forestry methods tropical '
is a graduate of Lincoln High School. At Lincoln,
I honor student, plans to enter Florida A and M Uni- forestry gum farming, !
Alwillie was a member of the New Homemakers of ,
versity to major in elementary education. forest fire prevention and
America, served as vice-president of the French
Daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Fred Blackshear of 213 control farm forestrytree
i Club, and was secretary of the Henrietta Chapterof and
Osceola street ALFREDA DOUGLANE BLACKSHEAR was identification
National Honor Society. She was elected I I
wildlife. The also
graduated as valedictorian from University High program
School. She was a member of the Glee and Yearbook "Miss. Lincoln High." Alwillie plans to attend includes a wide range of MOVING FORWARD-Officers of the Tallahassee Business League Inc. who met
college to study linguistics. recreational activities recently to discuss plans for the formation of a credit union are shown here.
Clubs and president of the James Weldon Johnson
Chapter of the National Honor Society serves as GWENDOLYN ELOISE GLOVER is the daughter of Dr. swimming Softball horse- From left are: James Everett, secretary; Joseph Franklin, treasurer; Johnny
and Mrs. Israel E. Glover of 523 Howard Avenue. shoes and other contests. Herndon, president and Erelson Knowles, vice president.
Vice-president of the Youth Choir of the Bethel I
Gwendolyn is a graduate of the Scattergood High Campers are vocational
(Photo by Beasley)
Baptist Church and pianist for the Sunday School
School of West Branch, Iowa, and is now attendingthe agriculture students whose
and the Baptist Training Union. She Is presidentof
Oklahoma State Stillwater Okla- school projects have For FreedomMEMORABLE Fla.
University A
the Tallahassee Chapter of Jack and Jill Clubs & M Staffers Are Inducted' !
homa. She is member of the Cantebury Club the demonstrated an interestin
a ,
Inc. and holds the
same position in the local 4-H
County Council. She was the recipient of scholarships Executive Council of Women's Recreation Associa- forestry. Info New Professional FraternityTALLAHASSEEA

from the Alpha Kappa Alpha and Delta Sigma tion, the varsity hockey team, and is sports Professional forestersfrom ritual team from Ganna

Theta Sororities. Alfreda plans to attend Talla- representative and leader of intramural activities the Florida Forest Theta Chapter at Florida State University
cervice the University of
dega College in September where she will major in for her dormitory. She was nominated to initiated 35 charter members into the new-
Florida School of Forestryand
biology. represent her hall in the Government Week Banquetat private industry makeup ly organized Epsilon Upsilon Chapter of

An honor graduate of University High School. Oklahoma: State University. is the recipientof the Instructionalstaff. h Phi Delta Kappa, a professional fra-

MARGRUETTA VIRGINIA BRIGHT is the daughter of the a freshman scholarship granted by the Uni- Camp counsellorsthis ternity for men in education, at FloridaA.

the Reverend and Mrs. Sylvester R. Bright of 2703 versity. Gwendolyn plans to study medicine and and M. University last week.
will Include
Gunn Street. She was a member of the school specialize in pediatrics or neurology. Florida year,vocational. agri- Also assisting in the Dr. James n. Beck, trea-

chorus, Yearbook Club, Progressive Youth Organization Daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Arnett R. Greene, 115. culture teachers. ceremonies were the inter- surer; Dr. Leedell Ney-

and the 4-H Club. At Bethel Baptist Church, Osceola Street, CARMENA MONTEZ GREENE is a grad. Operating expenses for national president, A.G. land, historian; and Dr.

she is a member of the Youth Choir and serves as uate of University High School where she was a the Forestry Training Clark from the Universityof O.A. Moore, faculty spon-

pianist for the Sunday School. She has received member of the Student Councilthe Yearbook Club, Camp--oldest of its kind Pittsburgh; Dr. MauriceF. sor.

solo awards at district and state vocal festivals.And the Student Patrol, and the Girl's Antiphonal in the nation--are raid MOMENTOneof Shadley. director of Charter members are FAWJ

wears the coveted T' for her participationon Choir. She was chosen the "Betty Crocker Home- by forest products"in- the highlights of special services Indiana President George s'. Gore

the pep squad. Margruetta plans to attend maker of Tomorrow" at University; High. She plansto dustries the NAACP s sixth Annual University: and J.W. Lee jr. LeoI hart S. A.

Howard University to follow a career in some phaseof enter college to take a degree in romance Freedom Fund Dinner held representative DistrictVII Allen. F. D. Anastead. A.

the medical field. languages so that she may become a linguist.OLGA Ministers Clinic at the Americans Hotelin of the Southeast Area, r.. Berry C..r.. Bradham.

GERALDINE PATRICIA_ BRYANT is the daughter of the THERESA KERSHAW is the daughter of Mr. and New York on May 19 University of Miami. L.T. Bryant Willie I..

Reverend and Mrs. Samuel Sampson of 901 Central Mrs. Everett Anthony Kershaw of 204 Osceola Opens July 1st was the entertainment The fraternity has an IrYft.nt..H.. Burgess.

Street. She is a graduate of the Lincoln High Street. A graduate of University High School, she offered by acting and international membershipof James L. Byrd Robert F.

School where she was a member of the Music Club was a member of the Glee, Modern Dance and Year- TALLAHAFSFF -- The Grif singing star Brock 49.000 paid members and Cain David r.. ColJ inRton,

the New Homemakers of America, and the Marching book Clubs and the Girls' Antiphonal Choir. She fin Seminary; which is held Peters. Mr. Peters sang an annual budget of $550. ., F.H. Daniels Jr. Billie

and'Concert Band. She plays the alto saxophone. was also chosen as Sophomore attendant to "Miss here every summer opens several selections from "00. The headquarters is L. Pean.rt I f

At Bethel A.M.E. Church, she sings in the Youth FAMU _High" and as "Miss Varsity F. She has for all .ministers. July his collection of Negro located at University, .* lsp Wilbur S- Gray,. :
Choir and serves as secretary plans to attend received two National Advertising Essay awards 1-26 for special study. folk material. Honoreesat of Indiana.It Robert W. Green, Robert P..

college to become either an elementary teacher or and a "Performing Arts" award from the Tallahassee All minister are urged the dinner were has as its main pur- Griffin, Robert F. Hammond -

to major in history.A Chapter of Links, Inc. Theresa plans to to attend the entire Georgia State Senator pose to promote free public Dr. William H. Howard -

graduate of University High MARY LOU COLEMAN enroll at Western Michigan University to study period. Special emphasiswill 'Leroy Johnson and South- education to all Major Willie F. Jen

is the daughter of Mr. and Mrs. R.G. Coleman, Sr. occupational therapy. be placed upon homiletics ern Author Sarah Pat- people through research, kins. V. P. JoneR, Dr.

of 3103 Gallimore Drive. At University High she Daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Herman W. Landers of church history, ton Boyle. service and leadership. walter A. Mercer, robert

was a member of the Glee, 4-H, and Yearbook Clubs. 728 Dover Street, WINIFRED ELAINE LANDERS is a, church doctrine and Bill the new embers were selected Mitchell Aubrey M. Ferry.

She plans to attend A and M University to Major in graduate of Lincoln High School where she was a English. Passed and sponsored by Fugene Robins, n. Jasper
president M.G. Miles of
business education. member of the Hostess, Music and Glee Clubs and TALLAHASSEE---Two Phi Delta Kappans of FAMU. P. aunders Pr. Charles

BRENDA ANN COOKE is the daughter-of Mr. and Mrs. the:New 'Homemakers l of Americ& She was--an honor: the Primitive Florida-Georgia Baptist Conven-State measures aimed at Officers; ejected: : ., dtjrjngt"J*Man.ey.A.\ F. *?. Thorpe. i k'

Nathaniel B. Cooke of 1700 West Pine Street. student during her high school years. Winifred tion is urgently requesting tightening up on home the first business sessionof Leroy Williams. Charles
Arkadelphia, Arkansas. She is a graduate of the Epsilon Upsilon Oiapter J. Fmith III. San Horton
plans to enter college to major in political all ministers to repair rackets in Florida
School In where she servedas William Lee Worrell
Peake High Arkadelphia were Dr. L.n. Rackley.
science. became
attend. Dean V.R. Perkins law recentlywhen
treasurer of the Choral and History Clubs and president; Dr. Nebraska Gaither Samuel F. Russell -
GLORIA DEAN MADISON daughter of Mr. and Mrs. states that a curriculumfor Gov. Farris Bryant
photographer for the National Honor Society. She Mays, vice president; F. and nr. Leedell Ney-
Phillip Henry Madison of 1630 Elberta Drive, isa laymen Interested in passed on the secretaryof
serves as secretary of her Sunday School in the F. Russell secretary; land.
graduate of University High School where she Bible study and Sunday state's office with-
Presbyterian Church. Brenda plans to go to college
was a member of the 4-H Modern Dance, Yearbookand school work can be set up out his signature billsto Children
possibly to graduate school, where she Negro r
LBJ CommendsU.
Glee Clubs, and the New Homemakers of Ameri- strengthen require-
ii 15 or more laymen enroil -
take a major in English and a minor in speech and
ca._Sheplans to attend college to major in music .- '. J ments for notaries -- .
drama. ST : i DesegregateMiami
and minor in speech and drama. public* Agencier
Daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Robert Crawford of ,
JANICE MCCLOUS is the daughter of Mr. and Mrs. .ry
Olson. Road BETTYE JEAN CRAWFORD is a graduate of Pool
Madison Mosley of 1417 Hernando Drive. She is For Jobs Speedup
Lincoln High School where she was attendant to' a Will Attend ___._.
Hernando Drive. She is a graduate of Lincoln MIAMI BEACH -
'Kiss Sophomore" and 'lUiss Senior. She servedas WA9IINGTON Vice Presi-
High School where she was a member of the DCT group of 11 Negro chil-
to student Council
representative ; secretary dent Lyndon B. Johnson,
and president of the New Homemakers of and Hostess Clubs and the New Homemakers of chairman of the Presi- dren prepared to atan din -
America. She 'plans to attend A. and M. University if desegregated -
America, and class and classroom clubs. She was dent's Committee on Fqual necessary

also a member of the Lincoln High School Play- to major in library science. Employment Opportunity, the Victory

makers and was elected "Miss Drama." She plansto BEVERLY. ANN..NEYLAND, daughter.. f.:Dr._ and ,Mrs. ti has commended government Park swinging pool. They
enroll in A and M University to major in Leedell Wallace eland of 3113 Gal fmore Drive, ;? agencies and the Commit were accompanied by el-

English. is a graduate University High School where <, '> tee's staff for "speedingup don Roupeau. TOFF field

SANDRA ELIZABETH DENNIS the daughter of Mr. and she was a member of the Glee, Modern Dance, 4-H : Justice for the victimsof secretary; and Ift a. Hanel!'

Mrs. Solomon Dennis of 1239 Gibbs Drive, is a and Yearbook Clubs; the Student Council and the employment discrimination. Crawford, a member of

graduate of Lincoln High School where she participated Student Patrol. She has received first place Miami COPF.

in many organizations of the school. honors in oratorical contests at University High The Vice President reported In the past, Negroes

She plans to enter Florida A. and M. Universityto and in a Pre-Legal Society contest. She has. re- a?, r that he had been seeking adniftnion had

major in English. ceived a grant for summer study at a Science .. Informed by Committee been dispatched to a

MAMIE LEE DORSET is the daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Institute and an additional scholarship for ,.. '. Executive Vice Chairman pool in the Washington

Freddie Dorsey of 418 Van Buren Street. graduateof regular study at Bennett Cdlege, Greensboro, Hobart Taylor. Jr. that Park, Negro section

University High School, she was a member of North Carolina. Beverly plans to become a ,: = > during the past six monthsan when this patter was

the 4-H and Yearbook Clubs, Co-captain of the pediatrician. I average of 75 cases per referred to we by Mrs.

i .. :,. : month had been Crawford, we immediately

t Tallahassean Given Farewell Party Segregationist Who Joined CORE .: cause adjusted compared or as with without an city contacted eooBCilMa a sympathetic and told

Prior To e p store For LiberiaMrs. r Probed In Redbook Magazine Story month average during of:'23 the cases first per 20 him start that action COPF unless would the

Ruth B. Armstrong was feted at a surprise In January of 1962, a, southern white boy and his ...., months of the Committee' s pool changed its policy.

Bon Voyage Party" on Friday night June 14'. at brother beat up some CORE (Congress of Racial operations."It ," 'CMl$eMI report

the home of Mr. and Mrs. Johnny Herndon 2017 Owens Equality) members picketing outside a segregated is an old standardof "It' ,ee, Mm Crawford

Street. Hostesses for the occasion were Mrs. G.G. restaurant in Easton, Maryland law that "Justice delayed and I took 11 youngster

Jackson and Mrs. A.R. Berry. The Party was plannedand A few months later, the uled for publication in is Justice denied' to seek efttraace to the

attended by Mrs. Armstrong's co workers. same southern boy was the July issue of Red- and nowhere is this more pool.. Had they b.... re-

Guest were served from a buffet that featured an arrested in Albany, book magazine.In true than in the case of ivied, they rare prepared -
African Violet fashioned carrots Georgia, for partici- of tdiscrimination to stand-. Thectaaager
elegant tro.a and the article, Eddie, the victim
pating in WAS *am* CORE
radishes. picket who is
Surrounding Violet were numerous hors a native of Cambridge,
d* oeuveres which included stuffed celery tomatoesand line aimed at forcing Maryland describes the -L being denied income he the cashier at the

cucumber marinated in french dressing stuffed town authorities to attitude of the southern needs for the support of ticket. booth He ands a

olives spiced peaches and cheese wedges. Baked desegregate all town whites who went to .- his fami-]".., the.;.YH6e .;...e call a** UM told4tlt'.f

ham and chicken salad on lettuce cups along with facilities.The attack the picketing PresidentIntensive.deelar. wr..wUa.U
assorted beverages were served. story behind Eddie CORE members. work of tni ned identification St

Mrs. Armstrong was presented a beautiful negligee Dickerson's conversion Federal agencies and the residents of North Hi Mi

as a departing gift. A very pleasant evening was from bigotry is the subject ,Morehouse Professor t -- t .. : Committee staff in Beach when they replied ..

spent with the group reminiscening. of a perceptive OH To Africa To speeding up Justice for they didn't have any.

Mrs Armstrong departs on June 26 to Join her and analytical article the victims of discrimination Mrs. Crawford agreed to

husband Charles W. Armstrong In Ucarovia.Liberia. entitled. "Why Didn't Direct Crossroads is to be eoa meaded, vouch for t.... sad they

He is a native of that country They Hit Back?" sched- ... .-' 400i' f and I urge even greater were aditt+1|.
ATLANTA (AMP) Dr. _a. ,
..... '
---'- effort to eliminate saylast
Edward A. Jones professor
.s-ae-oaooa -- -- -- -a. READY TO INTEGRATE---f Marilyn Holifieldand vestiges of delay in
of French and chairman of
iS Harold Knowles are pictured on the achieving Jwtiee."
the Department of Modern
Stephen steps of Leon High School. Both will be
Foreign Languages at More-
K. attending the previously all white schoolin TALLAHASSEE BOYS WANIEI
I house will serve
aeasltY September. Not shown is Philip Hadley.
as regional director for
..._. II Operation Crossroads They will be the first Negroes to break Age 10 to 15 years
II Africa in the French- the barrier of segregation in the Leon ---

speaking countries of West County Public School System. 1

i "Pbotograpbyis I Africa during the summer Yoa Earn Cash SeHfeg .
our April 2, 1796 Toussaint L'Ouverture
S of 1963.
lJusi"rss"I His area will include [was appointed coramander-in-chief of forces The FLORIDA SIU :'

I in Santo Domingo, now officially known as

.sayrimmawn.a- -- -- -- - -- Guinea Ivory Coast. Niger I the Dominican Republic. Apply 2017 Owen or ptae 2223125n
and Senegal.,

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',,,4 i, ooCHIPS_ OFF THE BLOCKS -- St. Paul Musical I BoardIn Fefe Popular Teen I Is Birthday CelebrantPLEASANTLY

Hot weather makes one get very lazy. in fact the constitution. It boils down to Mr. Charlie Andrew

those of us who are Just a 'litt'le "tired"naturally believes Boston will be
In laws that meet his bidding and why principal speaker duringan .

get even more so when Old Sol gets real allow horn to continue his way of life. :
i warm.'!be old Latin custom of the "siesta" sounds program
Officers Sidney Gaines
+ continues to win marks- scheduled for
like a good idea if you happen to have an air- manship awards. In the recent Southeastern Pistol afternoon when Sunday
II t conditioned domicile. In the beat-the-heat .>
department Meet held
at the
Police Range. Of- Board 2 of St. Paul AMR

we have had different folk to make many ficer Gaines won top honors in one class and Church presents its annual -

suggestions. Some pick the beaches, others chose placed well in others. Summer Tea. r1' ,

the cool spots that serve the hot drinks and Frank Hampton and George Harris Jr. (Fat George) Mr. Boston will be introduced ,_r. rY

others pick the bowling lanes. Then some women are among those who tee off in qualifying rounds by Mrs. Thelma

browse thru the cool downtown stores. Anyway you for the National Public Links Tourney this week. Mitchell.

look at it tho. it's hot outside. Twas refusal to allow Hampton and other golfersto Other program partici-

There is one group of people who combine busi- shoot qualifying rounds is what led to the now pants will include;

ness and pleasure and vi sit the fish creek.
famous "Golf Course" law suit. At least that Mrs. Minnie Brown
Vernis Jenkins had his entire family on the pier :
t is what they say caused the filing. mistress of ceremonies;
; I with a rod in their hands. Clifford and Ida John-
Around Kings Road and Cleveland the talk is a- Miss Beverly Boston.
son were also doing some serious fishing. You solo
bout the romantic cab driver who drives the cab ; selections by the
know some of these people talk about fishing for
with the double figgered number. Tis said that Ada Bracey Chorus; Mrs. "
i, support and look at the finny critters in termsof I
hubby knows of the tete-a-tete and may catch the Williams solo; Mrs.
making a meal.
cab soon. Hubby declares that he is going to ring Henrietta Graham solo;
John Pickens is operating out of a new "old"
the bell when he catches the cabbie and his illi- welcome address. Mrs.
'location. The Monterey Literary and Social Club
cit passenger together. Rose B. Williams; response -
has gone back home at the corner of Broad and
Shirley Johnson formerly of the Bus Station to welcome Mrs.
Union. Pickens moved from the Richmond Hotel location -
Lounge left for the big city. Shirley made it to J.W. Bolden; occasion.
last week. He is open for business.How .
New York and intends to stay there for a spell.Ann Mrs. Mosie Walden; se-
would you like to have a brand new navy blue
Watson is serving them at the bar along with Ruth lection St. Paul Male
and white Buick Wildcat for a wedding present? Keith. Chorus.

Wellon the occasion of their wedding anniversary.
Shep Goldberg and Bobby Banks two fine musicians Highlights of a Stewardess -
Willis Moore presented his frau Barbara the keysto
from across the river joined the boys in a jam Mesdames Senie
this sleek new sport model Buick. Happy anniversary -
session at the Lounge last week. Elcee Lucas Wright, Mrs. Bogins;
and may they stay together for ever.
was on hand to tell manager Hugh Wilson how it greetings from sister
J. C. Holland had guests in town for daddy s day.
should be done. Elcee is now nightclub operatorand boards, Mrs. Mary Thomas
He squired Mr. and Mrs. Eugene Ambrister around ,
talent expert emeritus around town. Mrs. Willie M. Fort.
the spots. Mrs. Ambrister may be remembered as "-
Mrs. U.S. McNeal words
Steward can't get work out of his blood. ; -
She is and Jimmy
Dorothy Cooper. a FAMU nursing grad of
Mrs. Lucile
Even tho he is resting and sort of getting used
In Miami. is of
is an EN Her hubby a grad Hampton
Jones Sunday
Institute and is currently employed in the Miami to marriage Jimmy is like an old fire horse and ; School W.
D. Sweet ACF
\ service. talks records and work all the time. He is about ; League

postal Gene White of the Edge wood Lounge was in a rush to leave for the city and get back to work soon: Coppock.Robert Wofford Joseph

to get off and spend "Father's Day" with his A year or so ago we read where a car hit a .wo-
+ Solo Clarence Felder
family in West Florida. Gene took time out to playan man in Clay County. The police used the latest ; .
Echoes Mrs. Fstell a
original composition for us. scientific methods and caught the hit and run
; appreciation
Mildred White tells us that her son Carey will driver. From glass at the scene they determinedthe
Mrs. M.B. Hicks.Worship .
leave for school in Minnesota. Carey is a future make and year of the car. Now comes turnaboutA F 3.

engineer and he is prepping for attendance at -- Negro man was knocked out of his shoes and Services ti

MIT. carried over a mile down the Expressway. You

. John T. Betsch recently graduated from prep guessed it. Our fine police department have not Sunday: rtrvices.!=! ; at,

school in New England. His, mother Mrs. Mary found the answer yet. Jerusalem Baptist Church F

Betsch and daughter Marvyne, who has just returned Last week a mpther of five placed an ad in the will begin with the Sunday

from Europe attended John s graduation. morning paper. In answer to her ad. someone pickedher School* at P:10 a.ti. with j SURPRISED is popular sub-deb Dierdre Satterwhite (right) whose June

Apology Last week in the STAR we carried up to carry her to a job. She was carried into .n. Fingletary, superintendent 15. birthday was entertainly celebrated Monday night June 17 in spaciousClub

birth announcement under the head of "Marriage the woods in a nearby county and submittedto in charge. ( Eldorado. Miss Satterwhite. posed with her mother, Mrs. Hunter H. satter-

Licenses Applied For," Shame on us. We gave all types of sexual abuse. She says officers of looming worshir will begin white Sr. was the recipient of,many happy-returns-of the day and a veritable
at 11 o' clock and
the people heirs before it was legal for them to the sheriff's department have done nothing but barrage of numerous lovely gifts as may be attested by the laden table shown :
evening worship begins ?tf
work on the population problem. advised her to forget it and don't tell anyone. above from a capacity attendance of teen friends. Family members in bottom i

Sylvia Thompson is almost back in circulation.She They also tried to make her say that a Negro did > o clock. photo from left are: Rev. (Fr. ) H. K. Satterwhite Sr. the celebrant's grand-
I Pistrict 5 will sponsor a
is fast recovering from an accident and expects it and she was covering UP. Too many white men father and Rector of St. Cyprian Episcopal Church St. Augustine; Darlene I
sightseeing tcur to Lake'Wales
to be on the set again soon. are still in the pre-bellum stage and think thata Satterwhite the honoree's sister; Mrs. and Dr. Hunter H. Satterwhite Sr. !
Florid July 4.
White folk are something else. They are all up Negro woman cannot be raped by a white man. parents; the honoree and Hunter Satterwhite Jr. her brother. !I
Those further
in the air over the recent ruling of the Supreme This case is not the first time our fine law enforcement irint contact (Royal Art and Florida STAR Photos ) !
Court in regard to prayer in public schools. The officers have not moved when Negro women n y
Beacon \1 UlAn> 4. Tooirhs. <
t court simply upheld the American tradition ofi violated.
and rights were .Jeader. at Fit -1271. Dev
I freedom of worship. Tis funny how our Southern is election year. School officials
Next year ,"" Jackson is pastor. ,. '. .. .
/ brothers get so heated up over this ruling yet the sheriff and other state and county officers ; ::

, violate the 'Golden Rule" every day in every will run. The books open this week. Get your name tY
walk of lif '. None of them' "do unto us like they on them now so you can register ,your' approval or Organist White

)j( would have us do unto them. They also raise no disapproval next year'when these folk come beggingfor

furore over the 13th 14th and 15th amendment to votes.Convention. To Organize

Installation Celebrants I Church Of -
11 Ends 100 Voice Choir # :

i Sunday AtSt. The Living GodThe L -

Yt Rr Holy Church of the

t. John BaptistThe Living God 1912 Meharry

h Avenue its
4fK announces
'- District Sunday
monthly activities. 4PIPI'CTOE
School and BYPU Convention
Sabbath School at s
auxiliary to the East opens snq
10:30 Sunday with
Florida Association, of
-f J A .M rs R.L. Coleman.superintendent .
which W.G. Patterson and
and Mrs.
Alexander Heard are presidents -
Betty Smith assistant
respectivelyand the
superintendent in chargeof
Rev W.M. Hill is the D .:.
devotion.The .
Moderator will close its
*- pastor will give re-
I : 60th annual session at St.
marks"*'after class work is
John Baptist Church SUn- j WHIT
finished. All members and
q day with a Mass Mission
friends are asked to be
4 Hour Service at 2:30 p.m. In a far-reaching move
present at 3 on the
p.m. ,
Outstanding personalitieshave to give the community
Sabbath evening for ser-

appeared on the pro- vice which will continuethrough singers an additional LATEST ROCKEFELLER APPOINTEE--.West Chester attorney Howard A. Jones (right)
REV. AND MRS J, L. HALL of Jacksonville are gram through the session.The outlet wellknown
sun down with the becomes the latest in growing list of Negro appointees of the New York State
inviting associates and the general public to official BTU session org ist-usicipn Fupene
pastor. Flder D. Faulk ln Rockefeller Administration. Secretary of State Caroline K. Simon swears Mr.
the dedicatory exercises of the new Mt. Olive will be held Friday and Fhite has completed plans
charge. Jones in as a member of the New York State Board of Parole as Governor Nelson
Baptist Church Sunday. June 23rd. 3 p.m.. at the President's Hour will to organize a 100-voice
During the service Sundayevening Rockefeller looks on.Mr. Jones was formerly an Associate Counsel on theGovernor's
Kings Ferry. Rev. Hall announced that attendeeswill be held Saturday morning chorus to aid Jackson-

form the line of march from the old to the June 22. an appreciationprogram ville's increasing cultural ,-- staff. s -
will be renderedin
new church at 2:55 o'clock. Mrs. Hall has served Election of officers will progress. .
honor of the
loyally with her husband during his ministerialyears. be held following the deliverance pastorand Mr. white stated to the Dade
I his wife Elder andMrs
of the two an- TAr this week that the
I Dothan Faulk. The
I nual addresses.Rev. chorus' primary purpose
members of the church will
\ Plan HomecomingThe J. C. Sams, the Pre- will be to give talented Schools' Integration
present gifts to the
Servkfs sident of the Progressive. people in the community
R, Jackson Club honorees.The MIAMI -- In the biggest
\ of Baptists State Convention an outlet in performing

Sound Service for A District 1. Second church will sponsoran step-forward since Septem-
Baptist is slated tn n-e fl the learning new methods thus

vertising Dances. Bali Church will cele- sermon for the Sunday outing to Little Talbot- broadening their knowledge ber 1959 Negro students

I Games etc. Also Loud brate its annual Home- morning service and the Island. Sunday. June 30. in latest techniquesin next fall will attend 14
The bus will leave the
Speaker Service for coming Sunday at 3: 30r.m. Rev. w.c. Mitchell of vocalizing end for the Dade County public

Banquets, Concerts in the home of Little Rock Baptist Church church 1912 MeharryAvenue improvement of church Schools--six senior highs

Record Hops etc. Deacon and Mrs. Sandy will be beard in the at 8:15 a.m._and return choirs. six juniors highs and two a
at 5 p.m. Everyone is
El 3-5902-SOUND SERVICE !'Freeman 1137 Hart St.TRG4'AL afternoon. Persons interested in elementary school of-

asked to take the trip joining the new organi- ficials announced recently. FORMER FLORIDA GOVERNOR Leroy Collins, now pres-

i Educational Tour with the members. The zation ray attend the Also to be opened as ident of the National Association of Radio and

el'1ccd Center trip is being sponsoredby initial workshops Tuesday integrated Institutionswill TV Broadcasters chats with African students
Is J.M. Croomand
\ Announced Evangelist
and Wednesday. June be the new Carrol George Opondo, Grishon Erastus aDd )Evans luau
B.J. Brown to
,.. THF YTCJPULT PPOCRV Mrs. 26-27 at Mt. Herman Park City Senior High and who received their A.A. degrees fro Gibbs JC

i Myrtle Ave a.d Adams Phone ft: 4146 TRAVFL CLUB held its benefit the Convocationdrive. clubhouse from 10 a.m. Glades High.As last week. Collins was one of two speaker

Tickets may be secured -
eeting in the
Saturday [ until 3 p.m. a result of SUpt. JoeHall.s

SHRIMPOHAMA SALE home of the secretary. at Croom' Confectionary Those unable to attend action when inte- IMPERIAL SBMIRIES

Hiss Louvenia F. Solomon 1922 Meharry the training sessions gration began in Septem- Patent Medicines Cosaetics

1,; SMALL WHITE SHRIMP 49c Lb. '2.45'u-: 1244 Vest Sixth Street. Avenue. Mrs. Barbara for Brownis the May contact Mr. white ber 1959. the coming fall All Leading Hair Preparations

Fresident Joseph R. Jen- the reporter term will total 32 schools Cor. BROAD AND ASHLEY EL 42159COOPER'S
(SOLD ONLY IN S LI. BOXES) 1415 Myrtle Avenue. .
kins announced the church. FLgin 63652. having been integratedwith

I LARGE, MEDIUM SHRIMP .... 89c5Sc following dates: Ih Tea Slated SundayMembers Once the new organization an estimated 2. 5000 ACADEMY

I CI.! 10 U. Lsire u. nd Pastern! Canadian! Tour: and guests of is concert ready. Negroes in attendance.

will depart 29 at Senora 101 and Gladys Mt. White said Right of the schools 2032 Benedict Rd. Jxksatvifc S, ft.
I special
MEDIUM MEDIUM facing fall term inte-
SHRIMP .... 8:00 a.m. All tours will Charles 97 will be fea- .
program will be given gration will be making new Announces Hew Features Sfftf*.
Cia 10 Lk Uta.Ik 49) leave from the GreyhoundBus
tured at a spiritual tea L during the Faster and changes.

TIGER STRIPED JUMIO SHRIMP u. M"S Teminal. Sunday from 3-5 p.m. in i Yuletide seasons centering Hall's decision to stop Electronics Teleiisioa '- Ralfe GiMiiicatiw

He also gave a very inspiring the home of Worthy Matron CLASSES NOW ORGANIZING
I U S U. B.... Only ss.9oK *.* around "The Seven !ransporting Negro stu-
talk to the members Johnnie ifae Growing Faster than other field.
Miller Last Fords of Christ dents by bus from North any
on the advantagesof 1927 W. 30th St. and Handel's 'Messiah." Offers endless opportunities both in
Miami North Miami Beach.
STANDARD OYSTERS PINT I15 traveling as a group. Mrs. Louise Nelson will Other purposes would be New Liberty City and OJus business and Industry.This .

BLUE OCEAN T. "*..PA'< 'elt AIr Mrs. Georgia B. Snyder be guest speaker and the' to make the chorus to far-distant Negro

IREAM 2* CB4UIW publicity chairman. Mission prayer Band will available to civic, schools will result in school can 'qualify you to take advantage -

1.&. MAINE J1 1 19 showed a movie film of open the program. Mrs. social and other groups having the county's entire of these opportunities. Both .en

(IN 10-LB. AC* sights taken on the Mazzie Polke is president with and women. Permit us to qualify
1 LOTS)-.LB. %)* LOISTER u. Eastern Canadian Tour special programs north end desegre- ; yon.

i ?w TlM PM ftr fef ....... .W'W' c-.. last summer. and Mrs. Rosie centering around normal gated. Call 165-4165 or 355-6260 if WriteI'
Little A.M. activities.

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Week In Records ..

Ii F 1 Teen Talk

I I 4p.: : :. I By ROBIN FOI&ESTER I

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TOPS JAZZ FARE Hi Teens! I've been scouting around down Camp

t; S Coacoochee way, where a part of our teenage

F- CHICAGO-ANP---A( ) "smoking" session b Y population will be for the next two or three weeks.

f the Cannonball Adderley sextet on the Well, the Boy Scouts really stuck to their motto.

; Riverside label tops the jazz fare this They were prepared last Sunday with all kinds of i

k week. A modern jazz disc in the best AdV gear. Saw many interesting sights; Walter Lee making -

derley (Julian and Nat' ) tradition, the like a fish in the pool, Russell Headersoa

L LP should prove a big hit with record fans trying to walk a rolling log, Michael Forrester

Following are the details of this and the headed for "Little Wolf" village with a head

7 other LPs in the review: fullback full, pack full of casters Juak.; William

: "JAZZ WORKSHOP REVISITED"---Riverside LPWO. Baker with a hatchet for George Welborn to stake

; ( ) Tunes "Primitive" ; "Jessica's his tent, Leo Calhoun arriving with his portable

Birthday" ; "Marney"; "The Jive Samba"; games, Jimmie Solomon checking in all excited,

"Lillie"I ; "Mellow Buno. Personnel : Nat John and Tommie Harris anxious to get into the

pool, Benjamin Norman observing from the dining
Adderley, cornet; Cannonball Alto sax;
; Yusef Lateef, tenor sax' oboe, flute; .M hall window, Samuel Washington casually strollingand
making with the jokes. Earl Flournoy, enjoyinga
Joe Zawinul piano; Sam Jones, bass; Louis
soft drink and Jacob Dugan, making a loud noise,
Hayes, drums.
because Michael Stewart was trying to push Sherman
Just as the Miles Davis quintet has become cent annual Sunshine Track and Field Meet. In a-
for its FIRST TIME IN SOOTH---Florida became the first: Miles into the water, all in fun of course. The
outstanding interpre- bove photo Gables' Bill Shanor ekes out a vic-
state in the South to integrate a high school junior staff members were really acting like
tations built around the and
delightful Othersare
Wilson (left) of Miami High.
its athletic event when top Negro track and field tory over counselors, with their hatchets showing the new
fine tone of leader the Cannonball
Nairn of Northwestern; Shanor MacKahill,
stars conpeted with other prep stars in the re- campers just how it is done. The first day at
Adderley and particularly the sex- _
group, Stranahan and Wile Northwestern
tet heard on these tracks must be credited Coacoochee was exciting for all the scouts.

with fashioning modern jazz music that is Stopl Lookl and Listen I Nearly all of the occupied -
Favorite Shot GJC Art Show
both unique and beautiful..On this disc, Groffibling Duo Displays corners are isolated, until late in the
..a.l afternoon. Everyone is working, or looking for
one of the finest C. B. group has waxed Gets Top RatingST.
Ink NCAA work. The majority of the population can be found
recently. The listener is treated to some
PETERSBURG -- Gibbs studying hard to improve their minds as John I. E.
fine blowing by individual members of the .
SimMer Pact 6k: ..r Junior college presentedits Scott, Fred C. King, Jackie Washington, Patrick
group, especially Julian, brother Nat and art show Just four
Duncan, Gwethlyn Jones and Jennifer Boaaer phraseit.
the enterprising* Lateef..There is vitality GPAfBLING.!' La. (SPFCIAL) months after a laboratory Now Bernard Mackey, Warren Lewis,Joaan Taylor,
In the treatment of the theme and
Pitchers Pobert William
course in art was in- Victor Solomon, Edward and Geraldine Williams are
fine exploration of the subject matter in and Candy Pobinson of stalled.The .
strengthening their musical ability.
general..Also, every member shines on Grambllng College flew to Show staged Friday
There are some Teens trying hard to become out-
specific tunes: J.B. on his own original Sturgis F.D. Thursday to and Saturday in the the Wash-
standing swimmers. Splashing daily at
: "Primitive" ; Lateef, fare, made up of play summer ball in the General Education Buildingof
ington Heights pool are Gail Canty, Cynthia Purdy,
originals, is an ambitious one, and is NCAA certified Basin Lea- the College drew top
well tailored to the sextet's needs. gue as the Tigers started r flight artists and art Instructors Patricia Moman, Carol Singleton, yours truly and

ANOTHER JEWEL IN THE ALREADY SPARKLING recasting to alleviate the who marvelled at sub teener Charles Walden. Nadine' Davis is vacationing -
vw<: and Leola Dudley says she is lookingfor
CROWN OF THE C. B. GROUP deficiency of losing three the progress of studentswho

RATHER IMAGINATIVE DISC top performers to pro- have been studying art a job.Richard.
fessional baseball. Wilder claims he is resting. Earlineand
"BIG BAND SPECIALS" under faculty member Mrs.
:---Capitol LP (I8H5))
at Bible School.
williams (11-1) and Joann Richardson are
Marie M. Shao.
featuring June Christy. Tunes: "You Came a
Fobinson (5-1) were two of Our Jacksonville Teenagers are busy this summer.
the notables in
Long Way From St. Louis" ; "Swingin1 On
the stingiest pitchers on attendance were Robert For a peep at summer fashionsPracticallyeverything
Nothin1"; "Is You Is Or Is You Aint's M
Baby"; "Prelude to a Kiss": "Skyliner" ) the squad this year and ELGIN (The Great) Baylor, captain and famed'star Hodgell. assistant pro- is Madras. There are bags, skirts,
; the coaching president team, shorts, dresses, pants, sport coats, even swim
"Night in Tunisia" "It Don't Mean of the Los Angeles Lakers' pro-basketball fessor of art at Florida
Thing""Frenesi""Stompin'; i ; at the a feels that a summer in shows a group of Mt.Vernon Jr. (Los Angeles) High Presbyterian College, and suits of this fabulous material from India.
; Savoy"
"Goodbye" "Time Was "Unti I."Personnel ; the Basin League will pro- students one of his favorite push shots. Baylorwas Fills Clark art instructor. Many of you like the "Cant Shirt. It is a

Several musicians; and;vocalists have been: vide them with needed experience guest speaker last Friday night at the school's shirt with a loop on the back and a label inside,
for a fourth with walking shorts girls. Have safe
Mr. Hodgell recently won really boss
caught in the recent effort annual Father and Son banquet.
up to revive
straight Southwestern' "an award of merit in the fun friends and I* 11 be seeing you around.
big band music on records..Miss Christy, Athletic Conference title.It Recreation Dept. Launches graphic arts division of

a top singer in anybody's book, representsa is no secret that the the Sixth Annual Old

notable example--with this disc..she Grambllng athletic depart- Reed Memorial Softball Loop Testament Art Competition,

sings a fine big band fare of uptempo ment has set its sights a Opening of the annual Emmett Reed Memorial held in St. Louis. This

tunes..Just listen to her wondsrful I ren- notch higher for next sea- Midget Softball Intramural League swung into was sponsored by the Institute -
dition of such tunes as the swinger, son after finishing second
action Monday under supervision of the Jax of Art of the
"Skyliner, which is my choice for the in the NAIA National Recreation Department at Jefferson Playgroundwith Men's Club of Temple a -

top tune, and ". .St. Louis," and you'll Tournament in._St. Joseph. Miss Emma Hightower, supervisor, and Mrs.E. Israel West Virginia

agree that she has done a bang up job with Mb. last week a Silva, director, in charge. Wesleyan College gave Pro- '
these tunes..she; also gets fine musical William Coacher business
Games will be played Mon- Johnson fessor Hodgell' Cruci-

backing from the big band group to make manager of the Sturgis days and Tuesdays at 9:30 June 25-Jefferson vs Eastside fixion and honorable men- .,..
the fare even more enjoyable. .This disc Titans is confident that -- '" ". ,.
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next best thing to listening to a Robinson and Williams will schedule: July 1-Simond Johnson vs Art Festival.Mr. .., : r', .. ..-.:"
delightful big band concert..IT'S TOPS. make spectacular progress. June 24-Eastside vs Simond Lavilla Clark formerly l.

July 2-Boys Home vs Wilder served as art editor for

July 8-Laville vs Eastside the times.In .-
addition instructorsfrom .. "

EARNING and LEARNING July July 9-Jefferson 15-Boys vs Home-ruder vs several Craft hundred Village students and :.'::, ; S... ; -, #

Johnson from public schools in "

July 16-Wilder vs Eastside the area attended the Art .- : ;: ,'

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Laville works of art created in "" '; '" ...
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pastels tempera ":f. ........ -
and water .t. .
f; July 29-Fastside vs Boys paints crayon :x. ... /0"'
Hundreds of Florida Star Newsboys l. _.d ,..:1F ,I Home colors. Subjects ranged : .,.a R..

-..-' I July-30-Lavilla vs Jefferson from still life to ab- .-. ..-.. -. -y .. 4'irf
Are EARNING from $1. to $10.00 Week straction.Most 1. '
s, Aug. 5-Johnson vs Wilder of the work on dis-

And LEARNING Jefferson and Boys Home play was done by sopho- For a fun season, be sure you observe simple
to do business. '
flooded the art safety and sanitary to the
; Y played the. opening game on mores who precautions protect
June.{?. classes to gain training health of backyard swimmers. Use a large basin or
you are smart in the arts beyond that dishpan of chlorinated water as a footbath for
Joins ImmortalsJUAN
previously offered. swimmers to wash, off grass and mud before entering
want to earn ":';
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the work of the contains 70 percent chlorinef may be applied in

PARENTSI! Your child may not aault class and a few dry form or in solution to control: bacteria and
freshmen also had work"on slime producing algae and to keep pool water

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i Ga. State Gains floating debris. You can make one with a

a newsboy will help him to be lightweight broom handle or bamboo pole sad fiber

r { NAACP College Grp. glass screening. For safety's sake, a long pole

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COME SUMMER, and one of the principal center of are centered around the T s' improved play areas W. Bryant and Mrs. Gloria B. Fort are also working camp. There are five weeks remaining in the pro-

I, youth activity is the James Weldon Johnson Branch which have added an all-purpose court and a ball with the two-day camps. Parents may enroll their gram. Parents may enroll their childree OB Monday

YMCA' annual Summer Camp which to date has enrolled field. Julius Jones, a new addition to the YMCA boys and girls in the smallest children's day camp, mornings.

an estimated, 120 campers. This year* s events Executive Director Thomas Hargrave Jr. Exekiel ages 4-7; Boys 8-15 may enroll in the regular day -

Keglers Amass Sizzling Records Joins Grunt 'N Groaners White Sox Remembers 2 Dates Louis, Sonny Liston eievice

LanesPlay 'C St Sign Two ':;;1 Pastrano's Win Over Johnson

in the summer leagues at Continental < LAS VEGAS---Heavyweight champion Sonny Liston

Bowling Lanes started out with a rash of activity tyv' G rcimblingitesGRJdBLING. I 1 and ex-titlist Joe Louis, both of whom were at

and many high scores. Jimmy Pruitt announced .'< ringside, strongly protested what they con-
.. La. (SPECIAL)
I that scorers being made by the Continental Keg- j4 Grambling College catcher ..f sidered an unfair verdict giving Willie Pastraao

lers compare favorably with those of players who Donald Welch and second of North Miami, Fla.the light heavyweight

have been bowling for many years. Continental has baseman Jesse Jones, two ; championship on a split decision over Harold

been exposed to bowling for a comparative short r :4p stellar performers who react .!. Johnson of Philadelphia in their title bout here

time. intuitively to each two weeks ago. '
his of the World Boxing Council -
Morris Coppedge of the manager and Fred Woodard, others moves, signed bonus ,. .. Johnson seeking
Old Crow team leads all ." : 20th consecutive ring vic- that no sore return
with '
house manager, join in extending contracts Wednesday
tory was a 5-1 pre-fight bout contracts be made by
bowlers as he rolled a 695 a special invita- the Chicago White Sox. <
series in *" :}1.1' favorite. He, won the fightin any champion.
league play .
tion to teachers to take They were signed by Scout. .....'. .. ,'
; >>i. of Liston
"' '
barely missing the coveted
f part in morning sessionsat Sam Hariston. ?_< CHARLIE PFFS, lefty with
I 700 by only five pins. For ] and Louis Including Senators Sin
the lanes. Free' instruction There was something the L.A. Angels says he
boxing experts at ringside.A .
the uninformed a 700 serie
r t is available for vaguely familiar ab cut vividly remembers two
in sanctioned play is com- United press Inter- Star
novices. In addition the news of the signing.No dates Mar. 2*, 1963 when Gramblmf
national poll of writers
parable with batting 400
Continental nursery will bonus figures were released the Angels sent him down .
in baseball a hole in one covering the fight in Las $45.000 Bonus ?
and Welch
for Jones
care for all young chil- to Hawaii, and May 35th
in golf.J. Vegas Convention Center
dren while 'mommie' by Chicago. Hariston declared when the parent club repurchased -
C. Williams of the 1'hf that favored Johnson 9-5. GRAMBLING. La. SPECIAL)
bowls pridefully his contract.Dees .
1000 Rollers had a 564 After the bout, Johnson's Frank Garnet a sfectacu-
The air-conditioned comfort "the white Sox shelledout who is having a fine
series with a high game of manager Pat Oliveri angri- lar Grambling College
: of Continental is the < a considerable amountt.o season is also me of the
245. Also in league play ly announced that he would third baseman whose career
place for these hot summer acquire their ser- game's better hitters.
Jimmy Pruitt of the Out- vices. protest the decision to has a Horatio Alger ring

laws set up a 569 series days., Ortiz Loses the World Boxing Council. signed a five figure bonus

with high game of 212. Eyes 400fh f fh I Z.'. s r Whispers from inner Alfred Klein, a Philadel- contract Monday night with
circles of the Grambling
On the distaff aide Dot t An Title Out phian and member of the the Washington Senators.
athletic department des-
Wright continued her mas- Pennsylvania Boxing COM- Falter J. Brock administrative -
cribed both bonuses as
I tery of female honors and nd "bountiful. Of RingENGLE mission said he would sup- assistant for

recently rolled a 210 in 6 5; President-Coach P.W.F. port Oliveri in the pro- the Senator farm system
{ said "Garnet received a
Ii league play. test.
,1 Jones praised Jones and .
In Oliveri said he was tele- substantial b mUB.
open bowling at Continental Welch highly,.,calling them
last week-end ... : graphing his protest to Washington has a policy
I 'consci enta ous performers
George Davis copped the W vryi:s tXC. Sa easy to teach and eager to Y Luis Spota of Mexico City, against releasing bmus

house prize of $20.00.. learn." chairman of the Council.He figures but a Orw bling

I The house prize is awarded ..... Their contributions were also said he was demanding spokesman said it "Is the
.-. a return bout with second highest amount ever
any bowler who rolls a ',:.,: ; 'A to
W'LSY significant enough earn
... r4. Pastrano, a hit-and-run paid a Grabbling athlete"Speculators
score of 250 or more in !b 9 $v+; .: : them All-Southwestern Con-
league or open play. In Will-0' -The Wisp. raised the
rolling this prize win- s t.. ference recognition during > c Oliveri said he had not amount as high as 45000.
:. ; > kai the past two seasons. q. The Senators had to outbid
ning game Davis had seven AGELESS Milwaukee Braves / New insisted on the usual return -
Welch, a 20-year-old
strikes and picked lefty Warren Spahn. who bout clause in the 16 clubs for the 21-year-
up '
: .
:.;: '..: .. Orleans junior, drove run-
: ;\:;: > old star probably the
three spares. He convertedthe holds more major league fight contract because he
bJ1'.w' of
ners to the verge
difficult 2-10 split records than any other i .i i his throwingand was .observing the request best all-round third
for one of his spares. He southpaw in history, plans $!:: : {; c Y lunacy with batted baseman in college base-
.: receiving. He Suns Home ScheduleJune ball.A .
'iii4ilDixie !
is a regular 160 bowler. on two more 20-games win 405 in 32 games.

Jackie Graves, general ning seasons in order to BIG BEARCAT WRIGHT is the latest wrestling sensation An attention grabber for .<1 ;..", 21-Suns vs Indianapolis well-BUBcled New Orleans -

reach the vaunted 400-win to Join the ranks of the nation's top grunt four years Jones won the OOD, N.J. -- According native. Garnet led
.Pead the
F10PIPA STAR Grabbling (28-4) to its
mark. and groaners. He was scheduled to appear on the 1963 SWAC battin" title to Manager Bill June 22-Suns vs Indianapolis -
third straight South-
championship card last week featuring Champion with a torrid .465 averse Daley, titles are won and (2)

You to Go to lown to Ge* Freddie Bias si e and The Destroyer in L. A.'s end displayed poised self lost in the ring, not out- June 23-Suns vs Indianaro-, western Athletic Con-
ference title and into
I Olympic Auditorium. assurance afield. side of the squared cir- lis
y&ye; i cle. June 24-Suns vs Columbus the finals of the NAIA

PRICESOn Major League HopefulS This was Daley's reactionto June 25Suns vs Columbus National Tourns ent.
Tourneys June 26 Suns vs Columbus He topped the Tigers in
an order by the World
Friday June 21, Gainesville three hitting categories,
'On You Boxing Association which
Slowup Sillord I )): Nite. Sundays, clubbing the hall with a
stripped Carlos Ortiz of
r : his world lightweighttitle Family Day at greatly reduced wild exuberance.
GRAND BLANC. Mich. -- last week. prices. Garnet batted 12* and

trade With Your Neighborhood Drug Store Hampered by inability to Ladies night, every Monday 3las lllled cut 11 hoaeruns.
Atty. Anthony Felice announced -
play in the Dixie
Deliver-Wtf Also Fill All Doctors' Prescriptions Charlie Sifford, the action in
the nation's top pro-Negro Spokane Wash. last week

golfer managed to keep in under direction of Dr.

1 Dixie Pharmacy spending money recentlywhen .f';W,.WJ t.:r '\ .x Charles P. Larson Association -

I' he picked up $310 in 1qr : : president. Can
Felice continued that the you
the $50,000 Indianoplis
1312 Kiiis Road at Myrtle Aieeae
Festival tournament. FBA had decided to liftOrtiz'
name the 6 reasons
Pines EL 5.5591-98 However Sifford managesto crown after the

....... .. keep :in pocket money by champion had failed to Martini devotees
---------- consistently finishing in meet challenger Kenny Lane

PAY Y8HR LINT WATER AND TELEPHIHE the money. by June 3.Watch .

SILLS AT m STilE Invades Islands This Clown prefer the glorious

-- .. 91 44 62 Gordon's Martini?

80 335 9

5 j X
d: 't m To this day,the ancient pot still method
t 1 J 3 is used in distilling Gordon's Gin. ) Only

1 ( 2 gin from the heart of the run fc bottled for

Gordon's. ED Gordon's uses only juniper
54 18
berries and other choice botanicals
379 SO
i g Bometlaes be"s up aged to the peak

il l b onetime s he's down of maturity. EQ Gordon's

1 reason for Robert Tolan all-city base- He adds, subtract is extraordinarily dry.

: bailer of the year from Los Angeles Fremont High He works It all around. GO Gordon has a dis

i- sales as he chats with Los Angels Angels' General Coming Attraction tinctively delicate flavour. s

Manager Fred Haney during recent ceremony citing (BD J Gordon's maintains its

LEARN A TRADE the all-city selectees during an AngelsMinnesotaTwins : 17 68 75 exceptional quality be- _

I setto. J cause it still harks back to

IR Six Short Months That SMOKE z -z:. Alexander Gordon's origi
nat formula created in LLEO

I Will Be BENEFICIAL .HELP PREVENTFOIST She Sbips Parlor0 Newsstand0 Confectionary 11 England in 1769. Reasons ff lox Gig onDRr

!i. For a LIFETIME. GEORGE COPELAND, the only FIRES Odds and Ends (far lei enough for enjoying a Glorious '""

member of his race to holdan : LITTLE FOX SMOKE SHOP Gordon's Martini

: JACKSONVILLEBAUER acting coach's positionin LEO'S SHOE REPAIR soon wouldn't you say?
the National Skating 3018 North Myrtle Arcane

I i COLLEGE INC. Derby competition left Slice Repairing Jacksofiville Florida

for Hawaii last week with
630 DAVIS ST. at Beaver his Los Angeles Thunderbirds Of Any Kind R. L. Polite )Jr. Beatrice Polite PS860a 0FILSJL MTUB UM6IMT W.MK WTML WMS
.wnua am cut M mim en in UNO.t1
i 111% Air CutitiiietJACKSINYILLE for a series: of Is Our Only Easiness Owner Manager
games with the league-
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ti:f Sunday' Outing' Underwriters Tap WinnersCONTEST Women's Day -CLASSIFIED- N. Y. Live-Ii HaMGUARANTS L

r Sunday At APARTMENT FOR RENT ) Jobs-$86-$55

r The Blue Light Social 1g New Unfurn One Bdrm Apt- Wk-Fare Advanced.Mallory -

t. Savings Club will hold : Mt Canaan Kite Equip-Hot Wtr Htr- Ageecy. 576 Merrick

;. : its annual outing to The women of lit. Canaan & Space Htr-Full Tile Rd. Lynbrook, N. Y.
Baptist Church will observe -
Butler Beach Sunday, Bth-431 W. 18th St-Apply
1 L y"t their annual Women's
: June 30th.Persons 4
% 1643 Main Street Grocery,
f' interested may Day June 23 with Mrs. Inez I
. B ,
' secure bus transportation Wright, serving as general HOTEL
! at 8th and Myrtle chairman and Mrs. Frankie
Mae Koonch as co-chairman FREE TV IN EVERT ROOM Cola
at 8 a.a. and Orange and Ai
Jefferson at 8:30 a.m. 'Mrs. Odessa Burgess will 741K W. A6hley-JaxFla. \

serve as pastor of the For Reservations, Call
Families and the
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general public are LOOK..LOOK.
Other officers are: V;s. I

; vited.* * __ Verdell Sim kins, Mrs. A. HEW YORK MAIDS LOOK And LISTENGod t

-. ev M. Mobley, Mrs. F.D. Adams To $65 Wk-Jobs Waiting

... Mrs. Christine Baker, Mrs. Tickets Sent-M&M Agcy. \

.; Mary Slater, Mrs. Tommie 210 Post Ave Westbury NY s

", 1 Linton Mrs Mercedes Williams ROOM FOR RENT .. i t 1

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I Louise Loyde, Mrs A. Downstairs-3 BdRm-H&C

1( : Thomas Mrs. S. Taylor Wtr-West Side-Near Bus
a Mrs. Willie Mae Wright and Stop-Also RMS-El 4-3720

1rV Mrs. Pearline Tisby. II

'N Sunday School will beginat FOR RENT Has TenThousandBlessings

fJi 9:30: a.m. with Mrs. Rms & Apt-On Bus Lines- In His Hand To I
"IT 'S r
Y Annie Mae Hughes as guest 475 W. 19th Street Satisfy the POOR. Why I

TIME, GENE I" ; superintendent. The les- 356-8301 suffer when help is
will be reviewed
Thirty years to be exact. son by here? Get In Touch
Mrs. Alice Johnson.The FOR SALE
That's how long Eugene With the Right Man and

Colson's result of the annual sales. 0. morning message will Large Lot in Lincoln Make in Your
been drivingyou WINNERS--As the $12.88 Industrial and $12.00 Ordinary a Change

good people of Jacksonville contest held during National Insurance Week--May B. Jackson of Atlanta Life was fourth with begin at 3 p.m. with Mrs. Villas ReasonablePO Life and Improve Your

in his New Deal 13-18--five winners from the spirited agents con- $15.20 Industrial and $5,000 Ordinary. Fifth Gloria Dixon as guest 8-4380 Conditions. Today, NOW I

Cab 14 Night. He is real test were declared winners in their respective place went to E. T. Williams of Atlanta Life speaker.BTU Send Your Problems to
will begin at the BOYS WANTEDEarn
proud of this record and categories sponsored by the Afro-American, Atlanta with $20.14 Industrial., Winners were rated undera I Rev. King With $1.00 aDd I
usual hour with Miss Patricia the
Cash Selling
of the many friends his Life Pilgrim Health and Central Life Insurance point system. Combined sales by the self addressed stamped .
Giles as guest
Florida Star
courteous and helpfulways Companies.Mrs. B. Simmons of Pilgrim panies tctaled $477.03 Industrial and $173,000 Newspapers- envelope.ITE REV KINO 1

have made for him- Health was first place winner having written Ordinary, giving the average per agent $9.35 president. 2117 Wishart StreetOr P. 0. Box 654, Detroit,

self and New Deal. In addition $30.04 Industrial and $14,000 ordinary. Mrs. R. for the week. Fifty-one agents participated in Mrs. Laura Jackson will Call Fl 9-1271 6, Michigan. !
be guest speaker at the .
to driving a cab, A. Williams of Afro with sales of $40.24 Industrial the week's contest considered to be the best
evening worship which begins -
Gene holds office as won second place. Third place honors in the past, five years.
at 7 o'clock. Choir
Vice President of the went to Mrs. Bernice Henry of Pilgrim with (Royal Art Studio Photo) J-lustlne La mar
1 of ute Carmel Baptist
Credit Union and -
Company: -
also is Stewardfor Church 01 Group Announces Church will serve. Usher fashion
Shop Revival Meeting Woodlawo Presbyterian Board 1 of Little Rock pattern
New Deal.

Mr. Colson and his wife Written In Heaven Meeting ScheduleThe Scheduled Faa CHURCH NOTESBY asiheEiiest Baptist Church board.will serve f ,

Minnie own their home at L.N. PEARSON. SR. ..-. ... .... I II I
meeting of the Ladies TimothyThe 1
First The
1651 West 16th Street Sunday will be cele- United Presbyterian
Auxiliary 100 to the Pail-
Choir will rehearse Friday
and attend Day Spring brated as Youth Day at Pev. LW. Whiteheadof m r
Brotherhood Station 1
: Baptist Church. Their the Church of Christ way Savannah. Ga. will con- June 21 at 8 p.m. in the
which is
Employees West Minster Hut. All
grown son, David is a Written In Heaven, 1434 duct a Ten-nights Revival mem-
held the second Thursday Entertainment
bers of the choir and all
Longshoreman at Gibbs. Kings Rd. Bishop J. C. Meeting at the First
night in each month will who wish to join this ,,
Gene's pet sport is Blakely pastor. Mrs. S. Timothy Baptist Church -N.N.N N.---N.-N.
held 27 at 7:30 ,
be June
fishing and when he's not M. Brown will be in 1357 Hart Street, Begin- choir are asked to be pre- Starting SundaySTRAND .$
p.m. at the home of Mrs. sent.
working you'll find him charge of special activities Maggie Sloan. 1439 *. ning June the 24th through The Church School will
out where the big ones throughout the
July the 5th.
Fifth Street. begin Sunday, June 23 at
are biting. day. Rev. whitehead is known 10:00 in the 7u
Mrs. Sadie Gadson pre- a.m. George Paul Newman
Next time dial Sunday School will the
you throughout country as
Carver Flemen-
sident, is asking all 'in""HUD"
El 4-1611, ask for Gene start at 10 a.m. Choir 2 members to be present to one of the greatest gos- tary School 2854 W. 45th

Colson and his New Deal and Board 2 will serve hear the report of the pel preacher of all times. Street with T.V. Huger,

Cab -14 Night and get throughout the day. Mrs. planning committee. The The host pastor Rev. R. superintendent in charge.The and

reacquainted with an Dorothy Blakely will members must vote en the L. Smith has extended an Morning Worship Ser- i

old friend. I serve as pianist-accom- report before it is ac- Invitation to the publicto vice begins at 10:55 a.m. 'STORY OF MONTE CRISTO'ROOSEVELT "--

B. sure to wItch our half panist. cepted. attend. Service will with Rev. F.D. Wilson, -.....-.. w
hour show Sunday mornint Little Louis Goodson The last meeting was begin nightly, at 8:00: p.m. pastor, bringing the mes-
at 9:30 on Channel' 4,
will be soloist and
featuring Ken Knight. Lang held in the home of Mrs.S. Mt. sage. The Westminster
Franklin will be guest TroopTo
Robinson. Choir will support the
speaker during the Elvis Pressleyin
Visit SavannahGirl service with Mrs. Rudyne
: morning worship ser- Fountain Chapel
NEW\ DEALCAB Watson at the piano.
vice. YPCW will get Scout Troop 318 of

COMPANY underway at 6 p.m. and AME ChurchThe Mt. Ararat Baptist Church Wednesday June 26 Flders "GIRLS, GIRLS, GIRLS"
Rousseau and
J.M. A.D.
under the leadership of
evening worship at
1185 KINGS ROAD DIAL EL 41 fill 8 women of Fountain Mrs. Fthel Brewton, willleave Maxey will direct the and -
p.m. Chapel are planning their Mid-week Prayer service in

annual seasonal tea pro- for Savannah, the Hut at 7:30 p.n. A "STRANGERS IN THE CITY
Georgia June 27 for a
gram which will be pre- special Invitation is extended r..o. -.-,---
tour of the birthplace of
MAGNOLIA' FIRST DRUG STORE sented SUnday June 30th to the people re-

from 4-6 p.m. in the Juliette Gordon Low. siding in the surrounding SKYVIEW

iJ .. church auditorium. The Beverly The patrol Stevens is composed, Cecelia of]'areas of the church now Steeve Reeves 1
Mer Von'sPharmacy/ event is being sponsoredIn
r Johnson Gloria Jean wil being built on the new H o. R-113
behalf of the church church site Cleveland Poad in .-
and friends and the.,, son, Beverly Lee white and,/Woodlawn Road. Sizes 12-18
t. i Pemetria Norma, ::::Ftefina "HERCULES"
general public are in- Henderson Woodlawn Presbyterian The lattice neckline sheath with deep V back
Sandra Bell
vited. Church now has scouting for and eckline can be as casual or dressy as you make
Sunday School will beginat Cubs and Scouts. We are it. As a bareback sundress, try it IB crisp
Scriven and Waynetta Tony Quinnin
9:30: a.m. with Superintendent asking all boys of the cottons, linens, synthetic blends. As a glamour

2735 West Edgewood Avenue U. Cook ant..Moses.r church to become a scout. sheath, make it in embroidered fabrics, silk
Officers for the tou
teachers in charge. Morning' ;'Make' this a strong organization )rints, lace. Either way, it's a versatile dresso
are: Sandra Schenk, 'ATTILLA THE HUN'Opening
Let Us Fill Your Next PrescriptionWe worship will begin at 11 recorder by joining. now. _.._......"" ...11..........._NNN.N wear for daytime or eveninr.. .80 ee&y to make
; Verdell Hall, receipts -
a.m. The sermon will he -fin Just a few hours.
Pick Up & Deliver Free ; Carolyn Williams
delivered at 11:30. Choir .-( ----- -4-- Price $1. R-173 is available in sizes 12, 14,
t -1
Waynetta Moses; Fleanor
Wide Assortment Of Patent Medicines r 2 will serve throughoutthe stroller 16. 18. Size 14 takes 2i yards of 44-ineh fabric.
Cummings, ; Bever- Soon
Sundries ConfectioneryPLEASE day. Standard body measurements for size 14 are: Bust
Cosmetics ly Stevens naturalist;
Mrs. L. Daniels is re- 34, Waist 26, Hips 36.
that all membersof Gladys Cone Pennie W p June 28th 1963WASH0MAT
Questing ,
Dollar 5 cents for
Send One for pattern, plus
Dial PO 5-4485 or PO 5-1582 the Missionary Society Emanuel, major domos;
Minnie Bethea, business ostage, in cash or check. No staaes. For first I
I. D. Harris, Reg. Pharm. meet with her Funday at4pm. Margaretta qNew class mailing, send 15 cents extra. Add One Dollarif
in the Church. manager; Lo-
vett patrol leader. 2210 MYRTLE AVENUE you wish NEW AUSTINE LA MAR Fashion Pattern

__1 cod Incomplete selection of High Fashion de-
(Between 12th & 13th)
MAR Fashion Pattern
r signs. Send to AUSTINE LA. ,

------Henry Roberts-- lorida Star News, Box 1615, G.P.O. Hew York 1, I

Owner Y. Print your full name, address, pattern
I umber and size.




Registered Realestate Broker :; E p.i'J_ r ',' ,{.. "

Announces the change of location '


for his office FroM 614 Broad StreetTo My sincere thanksl'"

4523 MONCRIEF ROAD "West" for the privilege:-
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: of serving you ., ".

New Phone Number 768-6711 ;_ '

Mr. Alexander sr'om.B lar&e listing of new and homes for sale John E. Sontora, Jr.

Allot uieir home his needs.old and new prospects' are invited %o call on him for MUNICIPAL JUDGE

Paid Political AdT. by Jcbn K.Santora'h.r .\

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