The Florida star

Material Information

The Florida star
Uniform Title:
Florida star (Titusville, Fla.)
Alternate Title:
Place of Publication:
Titusville Fla
S.W. Harmon
Creation Date:
June 29, 1963


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


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

Record Information

Source Institution:
University of Florida
Holding Location:
University of Florida
Rights Management:
Copyright Florida star. Permission granted to University of Florida to digitize and display this item for non-profit research and educational purposes. Any reuse of this item in excess of fair use or other copyright exemptions requires permission of the copyright holder.​
Resource Identifier:
002071719 ( ALEPH )
34175599 ( OCLC )
AKR0018 ( NOTIS )
sn 96027111 ( LCCN )

Related Items

Preceded by:
Indian River star (Titusville, Fla.)
Succeeded by:
Indian River star (Cocoa, Fla.)


This item has the following downloads:

Full Text
L .... .. .. ., 7 ,. ..., ...... .. ..".._."7-(:-.... .-,;'- ,' ,

) l 3

I l \" r', 4

7 : ". Miami CORE Desegregates World's Largest Supermarket

* * *
p * * * * *



T. TillikissM Dtbs till

(PMi StH} H Pate 4))

4ri fir4 HER SAYS LASS

ri * * * * * * * * *


te Evers SlayingSuspf"* ,

Vse I Ir Bound Over Tfiui | f ;JMiss.

r : VOL 13-NO. 13 SATURDAY JUNE 29, 1963 15 CENTS r.

Grand ) ? ; i ib


Finger Mark ON Murder R I!| a|

Said! To Match Suspect's
I1\ I r

J FOR NEGRO'S DEATH 'Break' In Evers_ Sjayjngg_

MILLION DOLLAR SMILE---Charming, Theresa JACKSON Miss. -- An avow '

Kershaw daughter of Mr. and Mrs. E. A.t' *-T. *Tj*- *-r-r-r-r"* *""- *-j- *-j- .*... .*... ..... .... +.... .... .... segregationist who was picked up iC
Kershaw of Tallahassee displays the captivating Negro 63 Slain as a suspect in the recent sniper ng
'I smile that won her the title of Swimming Pool Desegregation Police Holds of Integration leader Medg r Fvers, was

"Miss personality" of the Tallahassee bound over Tuesday without bond to grand
Debutantes' Cotillion Ball held last In Argument Leads oTALLAHASSEE Arrest Of Student Man Suspected jury following a preliminary hearing.

Friday night in the Perry Paige Hall at Over A former FAMU student who Facing hearing before *

J Florida A. and M. University. A photo- "IYGAINESVILLE was arrested last Saturday when a group In Shooting Judge James L. Spencer quiet easytogetalongafter

+ story photographed by Florida Star lens- -- A 50- attempted to enter Uie City Park swimming having turned him- with person but when con-

man, Stephen K. Beasley which captures the year old white door-to- pool has been charged with disturbing the A 28-year old man self over investigating versation turned to Ne-
door salesman is under charged with last Satur FBI agents was Byron de la
and this
of and
grace quitural, beauty memora- peace resisting arrest. Meantime however -
otL $3,000 bond for the -JUDe day's shotgun woundingof Beckwith, a 42-year old 4,
bleievent appears.< : age' 5 of this issue. her charge that a police captain
1, :; pistol slaying of a kicked her has gone unheeded a woman tavern manager # ex-Marine and member of

Ivstoss Firms Conspiring rear old Negro. The trial for Priscilla -. -. -- .- .- hhas been lodged In the local Citizens Coun-
urged with the slaying woman suffered bruises city jail under an assault cil.
which set
To Strangle Is Thomas E. Bronsonof Stephens was which could have been the to murder charge. The ruling against Beck-
I Nigro Press for Thursday morning was
Rt. 2 Box 242. Dead continued to next Wednes- result of the kicking and Police have identified with was made after testimony -

Negro publishers in many sections of the 'is Isadore K. Johnson, day because of her inability manhandling.When the suspect as Seevola revealed that a right

country are becoming increasingly aware 623 3rd Avenue. to secure counsel relatives went to Gilmore of 1038 W. Monroe index fingerprint of Beck-

of what appears to be an attempt on the The Incident is said to and the court appointed visit her in Jail last St. The victim is with was identical to one
part of have resulted over Sunday they learned the Rosa Lee Groover of 5234 found on the World War 1
many, local ands J..fJr1.s}! to white Tallahassee attorney -
,victim had been placed in Enfield rifle believed tot
strangle the Negro press by refusing to money. Bronson. who reportedly 'Douglas Shivers to Buick Avenue,. -
e collects solitary confinement and City detective Sgts. J have killed Evers.
V give them
any type of advertising. defend the young co-ed. out
is said to not given the medi- Jordan and R.T. Matthew Judge Spencer pointed
What it amounts to is a vicious attempt to gag Miss Stephens, sister of little
cine there was
prescribed for her that
have argued with the deceased said Gilmore purchased
r4 the outspoken or militant Negro newspapers. The Patricia Stephens Due as the prescription in- doubt that? evidence givenby
j firms which have the over money and is Tallahassee CORE director -
joined conspiracy are aware structed. Priscilla said Jackson police identi-
to have to
of the fact that advertising is the back-bone of gone told the STAR she the solitary confinementwas fication bureau Capt.
his where he
car keeps a
any newspaper and that only with a good percentage was arrested when a group her punishment for Ralph Hargrove disclosed

t of advertising a newspaper can continue to gun during collections, tried to enter the City her refusal to do scrub further disposition of the, the plan is to silence the voice of returned, and shot Johnson Park swimming pool Saturday bing in jail._ investigation should be

the Negro people by starving,,.the.,Negro press. 'Johnson in the stomache. _, _June. 22... ..... jrtgrjbe..! FiD g 11Y-rd a ss e aoT'bd nd -<.i. turned over to 'thegrand BYRON de la BECKWITH t

The situation is no different in Florida was pronounced permitted to play tenpison the former FAIR student fl Jury. fBeck.i
dead on arrival at
the courts the tried to according to said to have
in cities like Pensacola Jacksonville Alachua General Hospital previous without success C 4 the groes he was
Tampa and Miami where the local Negro day.Telling I obtain a warrant for ? reports from close asbecome with seizures of

newspapers are always shunted aside when- SupermarketDrops her story of Capt. Tood. She said SEEVOLA GILMOREtwo elates, was normally a uncontrollable
the arrest coupled with Judge Rudd referred '
bottles of wine last
ever a bid is made for advertising. The
doors to the advertising offices of many BiasWill police brutality student the her to the U. s. Saturday morning and STAR Readers Can Say. Money
graduate school District Court. She was
then accused the woman
local and chain stores
are virtually said a police officer then referred to the U.S. With Its Advertisers
slammed in the. faces of Negro newspaper Hire Negroes of short-changing him Shopping
came to her and asked District Attorney next
representatives and when they are openedto MIAMI -- shell City 62-cents..
her if she wanted to be .
the U.S.Clerk's
referred to is said to have its readers to
Gilmore is urging
give audience it
one an is only to Supermarket--said to be arrested and when she
turn them the left the premises and take advantage of the bargains advertisedin
away politely or take them the world's largest--has replied that ,she didn'tsee
who actingU.S.
County Judge returned armed with a week's issue.
of this
through a torturing disection the pages
of the Negro finally adopted a policy
any reason why she in the
Commissioner fired at classifiedas
shotgun. He of the advertisements are
newspaper. It begins with a critical e- change by desegregatingits Many
should be. the officer
absence of the latter seriously ..ended by
valuation Mrs. Groover Best Values' and are reco
of and
lunch counters
our circulation into
moves pulled her ,and draggedher
but the County Judge her in the the best bargains to
ti wounding this publications as
rate structure and then finally an has also agreed to hire to a car. She identi- said according to Miss
expression of distaste for the editorial Negro cashiers within a shoulder. The victim be found in town this week-end
fied the officer who
Stephens, there's nothinghe *
remains in crJtical con- Special attention is
policy. 30-day period A. D.
kicked her as she was could do.
The most ironic thing about the whole situation Moore chairman ofMiami's being pushed into the . .... dition in Duval Medical called to the offerings shirts costing $.. are
'. .... 11'NAACP-# ## # ww... ... .. Center. advertised by Kress and
is that the majority of the firms that are shying Congress of vehicle as Capt. Wayne going for $3.34

away from the Negro press are the ones who are Racial Equality announced Tood. Assistant Police.. Demon.. s ra ors Stepup downtown advertiser store a where fre- regular $3. 50 shirtsare
quent while
cut to $2.34
this week.
dependent on Negro trade for a large portion of Chief.

their profits. However it is very strange that Since reactivation of Followingher arrest_ ; Activities In 5 5ST It. Augustine shopping all a pleasureat Be sure pants that going sell for for
$12.95 are
hundreds of national products and other firms the Shell City campaign Miss Stephen's parents
AUGUSTINE A ache lIed meeting between City to clip the Kress $8.63 and regular $6.95
other restaurants which engaged physician to
never forget to send the Negro press news releases a ,
Commission members and representatives of the coupons and take them pants will ell for
and pictures about their products or new had refused to negotiate: check on her condition
local Branch of the Natii anal Association for the in. They will save you $3.97. The sport coats
employees, which they expect would be printed have desegregated. They because she had recently
.4 free of charge "as news. Include Toby' s Cafeteria undergone an operation. Advancement of Colored Pe ople Friday night is ex- many' dollars. that were listed at

International House of Th e result of the pected to result in wheth er protest action against Grayson s Women' s Wear $19.95 have bees cut to
It is time that the Negro consumer--the racial segregation contian nues here, according to and those classy
Pancakes Corky's Res- examination by Dr. R.L. at 221 Laura also offers $13.00
housewife who buys the food and the men .
taurant and the Not Anderson is that he reported NAACP spokesman. carried out many items in the way $55 sports fronts are
and women who spend their earnings for Shoppes House. that the young Taking up where they hac l previsouly of summer apparel which selling for $96.67 and
clothing, household appliances, autos an action a week ago
members last Saturday will- amaze- -- the--- thrifty------. there are a few large
tires radios etc.--be made aware that U.S. Mail Truck Runs Over Child? NAACP housewife or damsel who sizes left. :
firms want the Negro's dollar but were denied serviceat
wants style and qualityat This publication is
with the a number of variety
do not want to spend any money
reasonable sincere when it states
lunch counters prices.
Negro press just as some want Negro Store
Another store that its belief that the
K- which closed for business
patronage but do not want to employ Ne- 1
rather than serve Ne- shoppers should not 'Best Values' adver-

I groes. groes. miss going into this tised in its pages are :
It is a recognized fact that--with the excep- ad the i
i vw When the group enteredthe weekend is the Shoe money-savers a
chicken-hearted editors)--the Negro :
tion of a few public library to secure Nook at 119 Laura whichis STAR is frank to tell
press has carried the fight for equal rights that it is
cards permitting giving the STAR a its
opportunities housing recreation and
job them to take books out 'trial ad' to see how urging them to trade

generally 'stuck its neck out,' yelling againstany they were also denied many people read this with its advertisers

form of injustice, locally or nationally.To service. Others who went publication. However because your respowe

sum it up, the firms that refuse to to the city operated golf the Shoe ,Nook is giving also helps the pep<<. i

advertise in Negro newspapers are the ones putting greens were also a 15 percent reductionon In addition to vrgiftg :

that want to silence them so that the denied use of the facili any item you purchaseif readers to take advantage -

Kegro people will have no voice to shout ty.The you clip out- the ad of the advertised -

for lunch counter desegregation and equal groups were then on page 10 and take it sales this weekend -

employment opportunities or to publicizethe said to have left all into the store. They the editors are f

t fact when a Negro is mistreated in a areas quietly and. without have a limited supply of also appealing to the

department store super market or by a incident. the famous Turino imported public to trade with

bill collector representing a large com- 1 An NAACP spokesman said style shoes our regular advertisers.Many I

pany. that Friday night's meet which are selling from of whom support us

Negro editors are generally reluctant to name ing with the Commissionwill $6.88, but there's a almost year nomad,

firms in their communities which are attempting f 'S cover alit areas of. limit of one to a cus- thereby eublimg ae to

to 'muzzle' your publications; but we find It complaint, namely: tomer. Get in early continue poWl tac.

necessary to appeal to our readers to support DEATH BCSCB: --.After delivering the mail to little Phyllis Simpson mall truck racial segregation in they: won't last. Some of theee. regulars

those firms and products which advertise in the driver Theodore Doiglas (who couldn see Patricia Gray in front of vehicle) publicly operated facili- In our search for include: All Seaeoma
of bars in
ties; lowering Oiooeries,
Negro press and take particular note of those drives off and ...a horrible accident occurs. Serious injury maybe death. service stores to advertise Ice. Daylight;
the city's Id.ood ,.-
which are never seen In your weekly papers.. Fortunately however, the worse didn't' happen this time, because it was posed. removal of their best bargains in Dixie Pharmacy

SGFFORT FLORIDA STAR ADVERTISERS.Weal's But such accidents occur frequently and the Safety Department of the local operation; Negro the STAR we did not Super Market
denoting race;
Ftfber Cifotr Dies U.S. Post Office has Issued a plea to parents to prevent children from playIng '- signs representatives on overlook the men. Harry Gordon's ia. Lilly's
Sachs Men s Store at Pharmacy MerVoa'Pharsaoy .
near or around mall boxes. Another special warning is that children official civic committees -
MIAMI Final rites were held last Gateway Shopping Center Premier .Meats.
should not be sent to get the mall. Sisters or brothers follow the mail and desegregationof
for Rev. (Fr.) John R Saturday during a lO ua retriever, get behind or front of the mail truck and are injured when the downtown; stores lunch came in with some top Morel and' a Tire OB. .

Calmer, who had been a Requiem mass. truck drives off. Phyllis Simpson is the daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Eric 0. counters and _restrooms., quality furnishings at Pepsi-Oala. 8ohealajr .
priest at St. Calmer had been stupendously reduced Liquors and Seafood
Agnes Father
Simpson(lie B publisher of the Florida Star) and Patricia Gray is the daughter
Episcopal Church for 34a patient in h ospl taL of Mr. and Mrs. Pasco Gray and granddaughter of Mr. and Mrs. Robt. Hill. *** ***** prices. Fine quality Ceat er.L .


.. '_. .. .. -- -- "
'----.... -_.. .....' = '- : --- --- -
-- -- ----

____ _________ ___J -- 1tLU11U.-------- '
-- --- -- --- --
------ -
T c

,, 'PAIE'j 1 2' 1. ---- ..... 4 t .FLORIDA TAR.l! !) SATURDAY. JUNE J 29 1 193 .


If NEWS date BY ERIC 0 SIMPSBN L........
The American Civil Liberties Union recently -
Published b7 the Florida Star rubllshlng Co.
called on the Congress to adopt a
f liecber of Associated Negro Press-

il. four-point legislative package which would

\ EEIC I. SIWSIN................NMHi* EittrnLIvVn
strengthen the federal government' hand
\ &
1 ; ;
.; .
E. lilwt.................nBV LffnviILIA rI 1kr in ,the civil rights struggle. ,4

I WMTEN.....................CkCiktiM MHIlerI The federal government's power and
I prestige must be thrown enthusiasticallyinto

MAW IFPICE & PLANTa4..Plus the struggle. It must be eopowered

unambiguously so that it can be aped

2323 toKrfef to ELfki 4.1112 ImiJRb.* 1 r \1kT constitutionally to become intimately. .intimately i

EL 4-6783 involved in civil rights :with '

,t I MAILIKG ABBRESS: JrI every legal' weapon, civil and criminal,"

the ACLU said. Its views were containedin
P. S. lix 561, Jacksiiiilli 1, FlerUa ,:'
testimony presented to the

," ,.
SKISCIifTIIN RATES House Judiciary Committee by
one Tear $6.00 Half Tear $4.00 John de J. Pemperton Jr. the
Hailed to Too Anywhere In' the United States
Subscription Payable In Advance Union's executive director.The .

Send Check or Honey Order to: -AND YOU STILL .ACLU' program focussedon
amending the civil rights
YOU P laws to enable successful

I ,-: prosecutions to be brought aSIMPSON
; .,,
< gainst local officials who deny constitu-
By Ralph J. Bunche ,
.' ..
: .
'.. r .. tional rights and to allow the federal

United Nations Under Secretary and j '{: government to file suits for persons denied

I "'."* Member, NAACP Board of Directors 32* 5 civil rights, a new law to prohibit discrimination -

I went to Jackson, Mississippi, to attend and stronger legislation to protect

the funeral service of Medgar Evers voting rights.

because of a feeling of. personal obliga- "With a problem so gigantic in size as _

tion. I went to join in the mourning of Your Weekly I ., :, racial discrimination, the federal govern-

his tragic death and to offer my per- .. ..j ment must provide vigorous and effective
.j '
i sonal condolences to his widow and to leadershIp, the civil liberties group

i his now fatherless three children. He Horoscope Guide noted. It is true, the federal governmenthas

: ; was my brother, racially and in the intervened'in court actions to support, _

cause of Negro liberation. He fought and
school suits
The ASTROLOGER desegregation in many areas,

died for me and mine, to the end thatI I y PAIIO but the core of resistance has hardly

mywife, my children and my grandchildren been cracked.
j might live in the country of

our birth and of our citizenship with BUSINESS LOVE TRAVELARIES LETTERS TO THE EDITOREditor

t the, dignity befitting .men and with the .-.---------------------------- ----- .
I .
I' rights to which all are entitled, free Florida Star News .
Born June 22nd thruJuly and from a place of work P. 0. Box '561Jacksonville -. *"' I"t.t' -
and unfett3red by the iniquitous bonds Born March '21st thru ,9x40-22-12-45-.94Z.: -
22nd LIBRA Or you will be favoredby Florida

and stigma of color and race. / April 19th Pay attention to Born Sept. 23rd thru those in the upper

I went to Jackson to thank'a dedicatedand friends. Acquaintancesor echelons of work. Dear Sirs:
Balky people can pri- Oct. 23rd
those meet at
courageous man who died for a cause vately oppose your Ideas 4-70-33-18-85-473
Discretion is of utmost
social gatherings will We shall be very gratified to you if you
j as righteous as any cause can be, and Rut In public quite be a be of Importance. Some Importance. Your entire CAPRICORNBorn will espouse the cause for a Medgar Evers'
different opinion
who was a hero and is a martyr in the expressed. Make sure you young Cancer born may destiny hangs upon not Dec. 22nd thru Memorial Fund or print the enclosed letter
make a Platonic alliance talking tit of turn. You addressed to the National Board of the
truest and noblest sense. have genuine support before Jan. 19th
that later deepens into may be witness to some- XAACP.

To me, the trip to Jackson was thus a you put It to a love. Others might win thing or a confidante- -''Travel.=legal' matters 1
test. In matters of
pilgrimage.The some created social at- during an unexpected dealings with authorityare It is our firm belief that America has
finance or where you
tention. A trip or visit confession. Just- button emphasized. You lost one of its most gallant heroes who
need real aid with a
murder of Medgar Evers was a foul could have can be memorable. This your lip momentarily.Your should plan if possible fought bravely abroad and at home for
project. you
especially applies to future will be insured to make a long Journeyor democratic ideals and
and cowardly deed, and is a national dis- a crisis that requires principles.It
you who might be called if you are trustworthy get away from your
Had there been conscience or some form of refinancingHome
grace. any .
members are extremely away suddenly for a if you are care- usual environment. Luck is both meek and right and our abound-

sense of decency among the white citizensof excitable could visit you have long ful and understandinga lies for you with one ing duty to see that his children enjoy

Jackson, they would have flocked to create drama. Pate postponed. You could be really important task who has not known you a some of the blessings for which .he so
introduced to someone great strides will be Love life .
your nobly his life.
the funeral service for Medgar Evers as blends your life with ,
an unusual '
who will 'mean much in 'Sm1J est! FspecialJy if

a mild expression of their shame over relatives those your future. Others will future. Your power is you are in new rastures Yours Gratefully .
living in close proximity. .
greater behind a throne. '-
the, outrage for which they and Jackson HO not ,be ov3 rly open up and give you Your superiors to those this is true. f'1" .
their confidence if
you Ervin W. WilkinsNational
must bear responsibility. They did not moved by sorrow or sob make the least effort to who have a greater sum 7-50-77-13-93-751
stories. Try to be non-
come.One must conclude that white Jack- elicit st vies. of years look benevo- AQUARIUS
comniltal and cool in all
lently upon your charm. Born Jan. 20th thru
son of today has the morality of the Judgement. 640661325646LEO
2-6 8-19-34-268 Feb. 18th
jungle. 0-22-18-94-262 SCORPIOBorn -
Magnetism and clande- Board of Directors

|| The question in the minds of everyone Born TAURUS April 20th thru Born July 23rd thru Oct. 24th thru stine meetings can get NAACP _:'l"/ ,,,,

Aug. 22nd Nov. 22nd you in trouble. Those 20 West 40th Street ;
t] at the funeral service was th3 question May 20th
I Those on mountain top you believe to be Pla- New York N. Y.'J
8 raised by Mrs. Evers herself: 'Did Luck comes in a strange Material, practical affairs are often struck by tonic in their liking "
form. This month destinyis form links
withdestiny. :
J )Medgar Evers die in vain?" lightning! This means for you might prove Dear Sirs:
side regard- Because of .
on your that where you are pro- otherwise. You could
r The answer, I am sure, is that he did less of drama or trage- need or necessity you minent or hold authority
up more excitement
WHEREAS Medgar Evers has made the
not. It is to be found ,in the determination dies around you. What- may have a change forced you will have to stand 'than 'y an bring equal ,.
the ultimate -
ever occurs, upon you. This is all
e and courage being demonstrated daily and final result for the good. If you responsible even for for! Better be circum- justice and equal opportunity to the Negro
acts of those who work
spect and tread a con-
by the Negro citizens of Jackson and will reflect in your have to sell something, for you or who follow ventional path. Inter- race; .

future with better re- or take part in a com-
throughout the State of Mississippi as ycu. Do so with good esting home occurrenceG
And WHEREAS Medgar Evers indefatigable
sults. Sales promotion, mercial undertaking it was an -
elsewhere in the country. It is to be material interest are will somehow be fore- grace at this time You bring joy. Neverthelessmost field official of the NAACP,
will have a stanch or of the delight will
who died in the of
i found in the awakening of the National extremely important. ordained. Honors and loyal friend whether in course
be for other members
negotiate and try to get duties can weigh heavi- performing his duties
I Administration to the true dimensionand your mate or one whose rather than yourself.
others to understand the ly. What you do not wish
fortunes are linked with You seem to be able to
the moral level of this problem. ItS
worth of sOMething. you to do others may put in business. This WHEREAS Medgar Evers has a
yours be able to help others f
is to be found also in the fact that the own or want to peddle.Ry upon you. Somehow you individual provides yon more than your own in- wife and three childrenwho
the same omen how- are chosen to lead. However survive him.
..4'overwhelming majority of the peoples and with a boost and support terests.
ever. many gullible this can be ex- that comes rather unex-
governments of the entire world are people will fall for. pensive. Just when you pectedly. An associateor :3-80-44-12-48-380

deeply in sympathy with the struggle sales talk. Fo resist an least expect to spend partner will offer We, therefore, think it

impulse to spend. money on apperranees or PISCES fitting and proper that the
being waged by the American Negro. The sollace.
1 National Board of Directors
special..effort, it will
i |', answer is firm and clear that this 7-30-55-15-91-731 GEMINI be necessary. 8-20-55-19-72-825 Born Feb. 19th thru establish a Medgar Evers

struggle will be won. Born May 21st thru 1-90-99-14-76-194 SAGITTARIUSBorn Your March partner 20th or associate Memorial Fund from a national EVERS
June 21st subscription campaign for the purpose ol
l VIRGO does influencefate.
It would be stupidity and blindness Tour telephone will be Nov. 23rd thru establishing a trust fund for the education -
Born Aug. 23rd thru Dec. 21st Remember! yen cannot -
1 beyond belief to the realities of this ringing late at night! Sept. 22nd ,be held responsible of his children.In .

day if in Jackson elsewhere This must not be taken You are In the lime- The need to defy authority for the acts of another
anyone, ,
the furtherance of this suggestion
literally but certainly sometimes oc-
light, a special Interest This also applies to
would suppose that the Negro today South secret or behind-scenes to others. They curs. In each life the sorrows, things which pledge. $50,00 to such a fund if the National -

i or North, could be intimidated by murders messages will play an will find their own meaning Is different be- occur beyond your con- Board takes the necessary steps to

\ important role. You destinies moved or cause parents, bosses, trol. Be philosophical bring into existence this notable project.
of Negro leaders. The only possible re-
could have teteateteswith changed by what happens even organizations can about whatever happensto

suit of such acts will be the intensifi- who wants to .to you. Your Influenceor represent authority. It others. If explana- Should the fund reach a proportion greater

cation of Negro demonstrations and to in- gossip.Listen, but' don't responsibility in Is difficult to know tions are necessary, go than that needed to Insure the con Matted

commit yourself. Members: some matter can be prominent just how the influencewill In person where possible education of Medgar Evers' children then

duce violent Negro reacten. of your ou family can unmistakable. touch: your life.But if a trip or we suggest that the beneficiaries be enlarged -

The Negro of today can be infuriated, create difficulty. Fate This could be adverse. something yon do will be visit Is not practical to include the children of other

j pushes you into the affairs Luck follows good advice noticed, resented and at this time, then write NAACP or (Civil Rights) leaders, who have

but no longer can he be intimidated. This of one who Is or legal matters. If you possibly can later clearly your thoughts, met foul play in their fight for total

is the lesson of Jackson and of Medgar either related or living .consult someone professionally booaerange. LUck Is on Intention or whatever equality.

HIi i Evers. close by. This may be or merely in a your side. Work Job Is necessary. Avoid

against your will.Yet capacity of wise older occupation areas spell later Misunderstanding Finally this will bring a sense ef '

you could be forced to .. friend, you will be good fortune. Something; :communicating your reality to our pledge that Medgar Evp.f

f Written aboard a plane en route from Jackson take part in another's" fortunate Indeed. You you do in the.pursuit; of., ,real heartfelt emotions. has not. died in vain. ;ff"-""

to New York City Saturday, June 15, difficulties or to -,lend.:":ifht.. be saved from your professional activities Saying what Is right Is
shand. taking the wrong path. will be lucky. important. Yours sincerely

immediately> after the funeral service for 3-80-w..15-35-3 -.,.. Exchange ideas frankly You might even meet romance -

Med ar W. Evers. ,CANCER during this conference. while traveling to 5-30-22-16-48-532 Ervin W. Wilkins

.. - ,-',

"- '


; J JUNE 29 1 isea : < ", UORI0A I STAR r!& ."

Presentation Wins Wide Approval BIRTHS New Zion Women latin Beauty Little AftfeHtia Lamb -

fJ .. _. S Will i Observe Is BirthdayParty
Sparks City'sModels'
0, W_ h. .... Brown Mr. & Mrs. Johnny P./ Women's Day FeteThe C.....
; 3622 Witschen-
I :; -, of First New Parade
: : women
Little Angelina D. Lamb,
Avenue ; Boy Zion Baptist Church met
( the daughter of Frederick -
Mr. & Mrs. Robert and perfected their
J ;' _"- U. Lamb, was the
I I a _Ryans; 508 DewDrop organization for their happy recipient of a
annual Women's whichis
Day. birthday
r q Street ; Girl scheduled for surprise party
last Sunday afternoon IB
Mr. & Mrs. Willie Mrs. Sarah Clayton will the home of,her grandmother -

1 Strives, Jr. ; 40 11 be pastor for the day Mrs. Beulah Lamb
Mrs. Pastola Claytonwas .
of 1931 College.An
L Katanga.. Road; Boy chosen as chairman '-r assorted menu was i

Mr. ft Mrs. Freddy and Mrs. Mary Williams, served and tha honoree I
1 co-chairman. The other
Willlams666 Mlllcove received numerous gifts..
officers are: Mrs. Ruth Guests included: .'
Road; Boy White, general secretary Jerome Brown and his "i 1

Mr. & Mrs. Moses ; Mrs. Betty Reid E mother and Dad! Rhonda 1'

Harris; 3315 Ardisla chairman of program committee a Caaeron.: Nita Sharon and

; Mrs. Hester Kay Hodges; Patricia

Road; Boy co-chairman; Mrs. Betty Gladin, James and Mar-

Mr. & Mrs. Rudolph Bryant, chairman of MISS BUTT3PFIFLPNFW garet Dorsey; Kenneth ,

hr finance committee; Mrs. Powell, Ruby and Loretha
Daniels; 925 W. 24th
Beatrice Jones treesurer YOPK If New York Bradley all of Lake

Street ; GirlMr. ; Mrs. Emma Henderson is "A Summer Festival"as city; Mrs. Jacqueline

ft Mrs. Cleveland chairman, Sunday the local Chamber of Powell. Mrs. Eunice

Woods; 5680 Verbena School committee; Mrs. Commerce heralds, then Bradley Mrs. Vivian .1

Ethel Anderson, co chairman one of the major reasons Lockley. Lake City; Mrs.
''y Road; Girl are the countless number
: I ; Mrs. Zurdie Dixon Courtney. Mrs Sanders
. Mr. & Mrs. William chairman, beautification ,o f attractive foreign Mrs. Clara Hodge.

committee and Mrs. Ruth girls who come to Big
Peterson; 1104 Davis Mrs. Anna E. Lamb and
I. Wright, chairman, Young Town to make it 'Rig'and Mrs. Beulah Lamb as hostess -
Street ; GirlMr. to find their niche
People's Department.The aided in making it
& Mrs. Lonnie Hen- speaker for the in a city which doteson an memorable occasionfor

service will be its beautiful women
dley 1210 W. 31st St. ; Morning the honoree.
A CAPACITY attendance of hair style and Miss Nemaia Tillman, Maxie Coleman of J. Mrs. Gladys Fester, of Such a charmer is

ladies' fashion devotees warmly received C.Penney's downtown store who furnished Boy Mt. Zion Baptist Church, pretty Laura Butter- Saturday Outing

I the modeling principals featured Monty fashions; Mrs. Eula Belle Thornton, spon- Mr. ft Mrs. Willie Gol- of Orange Park. She will field, a young lady from

night in the auditorium of Emanuel Baptist sor-model; Mrs. Sally Rusin and Mrs. be introduced by Mrs. Panama City who has District 16 of Mt.
Gladys Wise. Mrs. S. L. Badger was nar- phin; 1093 Imerson goals in mind and who
Church. Some of the participantsshown Florence: Brown. Mrs. Ararat Baptist Church
STAR photo by Allen Stucks) Street GirlMr. knows what she wants.
rator. ( ;
from left are: Mrs. Mamie Coleman, Juanita Alexander will will sponsor its annual
Right now, the
& Mrs. Napoleon serve as mistress of lady, who cane! ,!o" live Bus Calvacade to American 1
i :; ceremonies and she will Beach Saturday June "-
SPEAKING Mitchell 1130 W. 32nd in the United States in
II)! SOCIALLY . ; be introduced by Mrs. 29th.
. . 1960 is busily engagedas
: Street ; Girl Hester Neal. a model for Africans The bus schedule includes -
GU1N1ARD > Other church
prominent :
P"r Mr.' ft Mrs. Jimmy John- Cosmetics, Inc. with the
It's a seven-pound bundle of joy for The Matthew Oldham Jr. last Sunday afternoon, June 23, in1 r women appearing o the Lockhart Agency, and she 35th and Moncrief Rd. 4

I. Walkers, ,, born. ar lon: Monday: June. 24, 1963, at Atlantic Beach. son; 3934 Moncrief Road; program are Mrs. Jessie is attending the Ophelia. 8 p.m. ; 8th and Davis

Brewster Hospital. The couple spoke their vows in Friendship Bap- Gir 1Mr. Hester Mrs. Verlie ne ore School of Charm 8:15: ; State and Jefferson. -
J. Little Matthew Gregory and his motherthe former tist Church, with The Reverend C. Curry of- ft Mrs. Ray Jacobd Suggs Mrs. Ruth Wright, while she studies de- 8:30; Union and

J Miss Marian.SUtton, are both doing fine. Matthew, ficiating.The Mrs. Esther M. McGill. signing. Florida Avenue 9 p.m.

Sr., who is serving on the Shangri La, will get bride is the daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Noah 829 DeWitt Street; Girl Mrs. Deloris Hatton, Tickets may, be obtained

his first glimpse of his son this week-end. Everett, 2052 Measly Lane, Atlantic Beach. The Mr. & Mrs. James Dick- Mrs. Annie Mae MObley from members of the

groom is the son of Mr. and Mrs. Leon J. Oldham, Mrs. N.R. Lowe, Mrs. Roberta Club SchedulesPre sponsoring organization.
......................... Sr., of Nashville, Tennessee. erson; 7143 Ken Knight Dean Mrs. AnnieB.

II Nuptial music was furnished by Mrs. Vivian. .Drive ; _Girl, Collins Miss Scott Vacation Revival h ProgressMother
I MeetThe
Mr. and Mrs. Willie A. Smith of 6823 Homer Road, Taylor Green, who rendered several vocal selections Mrs. Dorothy Myers, Mrs. W. Scott of
motored to Buffalo, New York reqen>f y fqr an and Mrs. Lillie B. Blackshear, who accompanied Club Annie M. Jenkins and Seminole Culture Akron, Ohio is con-

I enjoyable visit with friends. While in Buffalo Mrs. Green and provided instrumentalmusic Whist TourneyWhist Mrs.' Mary Williams..MM,' Club will hold its last ducting the Great Revival -

They were guests of the Reginald (Ricky) jordans. for the occasion.' Remarks will be made meeting before vacation now in 'progress

Mrs. Jordan, formerly Miss Rebecca Baker, is a Miss Lillie Jane Howell was maid-of-honor for players in the by Mrs. Sarah Clayton, time on Monday, July 1, nightly in First Born

" native of Jacksonville. the bride. Other attendants included Miss Nora city are invited to a pastor of the day, and at 7 p.m. in the home of Temple 825 W. MonroeSt.

The Smiths Included visits to Niagara Falls, Lee Everett, the bride's sister; Miss Ida Lee tournament which Is Rev. Leroy Clayton, pas- Mrs. Hattie I. James. The public is in-

Canada, New York City, Baltimore and Washington, Waters; Miss Henerietta Brown; and Miss Janis being sponsored Friday tor. 1718 N. Myrtle Avenue. vited.Trichologists. i!

D. C. in their tour. Armstrong. night June 28 by the Evening worship will Reports from the State .

Herbert Griffin was the groom's best man. Nifty Thrifty Social begin at 7. Speaker will meeting will be read and

......................... Serving as ushers were Wesley Howell, Lorenzo Club in the home of the be Mrs. Albertha Hayes, all unfinished business

i Bartley, John ;Anthony and.Lorenzo Cooper. group's president, Herman, Mrs. Ernestine Watts of the club mill b- Plan MeetingFor

it t A ceremony of note ,as that uniting the lovely Sybil Stewart, Delores Jackson and Priscilla Carter, 5638 Dakota Dr. will introduce the cleared up.Installation. Sunday 1

Miss Roberta Elizabeth.Everett and Leon James Gamble were flower girls and Caesar Stewart,Jr. Cash prizes will be spseker. Mrs. Shellie of the
was ring bearer.A awarded and refresh- White will serve as mis- newly elected officer Mrs. Callie Jackson

reception was held immediately after the ments will be served. tress of ceremonies. will be held with Mrs. president of the Trj i

\ /Justine La marli1 / wedding wedding, party and later at Holloway the couple Steak was honored House with Jack-a Ancient City i TourMrs. Holy Church WomenTo Elinor stallator.Littlejohn as in- League chologists Local Beauticians 38 is

fashion sonville Beach. Ella Rush presi- Present Annual Final plans for the urging officers and mem-

pattern Ferris Everett of Folkston, Georgia, uncle of dent of Pallbearers Club's annual outing on bers to attend a call

the bride, was among out-of-town guests. Society' No. 18 announced Women s Day SundayMrs. July 6, will be com- meeting slated Sunday

li1 C''V After a brief honeymoon, the couple will be at::- that the ,Society is Julia Neal will be pleted.The 2020 afternoon Woodside at Street.3 p.m. at
trip to St.
home at 1352 Lewis Street, Atlantic Beach. sponsoring a principal speaker during president is asking
Augustine on Thursday. all members to please. Matters of utmost Importance ,-
the morning service, a S S
......................... July 4th.Buses attend this meeting as will be dis-
f will schedule musicale program will be cussed and a full mem-
much business is to be
held in the afternoonand
bership attendance is
stops at 45th and DodgeRd. taken of.
Mesdames Camilla Thompson and Barbara Harper Mrs. Nellie Stalling care desired.
at 8:00 a.m. ; 21st
Ht i were guest players. when Les Elites Bridge Club will bring the message
and .,rtle, 8:15Plorida;
met recently at 5764 Cleveland Road.. Mrs. Thompson during the 9ening ser- .
and Fourth 8:30
Ave. ;
Qualified for guest prize. vice as features of the
Union and Florida Ave. .
j Club prizes were awarded to Mrs.Alvenia Scriven, annual Women's Day observance *
\\kC 8:45; Kings Rd. an a Party. Taking }
Mrs. Vermal McCone and Mrs. Maxine Jackson. Sunday under the
t 4rykC Davis 9:00; Myrtle: Ave. on an Outing
; Other participants in the meeting included Mrs. the supervision of the PICK UP YOUR PACKAGED CE
and Fourth. 9:30 a.m.
Johnnie Mitchell Eliza-' women of .Cfae Holy Churchof NMdw.mss, /...
Lois Mrs.
\ ; S x t NI Avery, Mrs. M. GIw /.. /..
/ beth Simmons Jones, Mrs. ,Anne McIntosh, Mrs. Beach OutingThe the Living God. 14th ALL SEASONS "icrfFUETcO.Sill .

) Bernice Henderson and Mrs. Irma Murray. Schor ones Social and Grunthal Streets. NORWOOD AVI. PHONE PO 4-4511

..._ Savings Club will spon- Program highlights
I ; ,. n"I ......................... S. during the waning ser-
: v sor an outing to Ameri-
., ,.
lit can Beach Sunday, June vice will be furnishedby -

i _;'. 4% SS'S The Ladies Auxiliary to Special Delivery Messengers 30. the Prayer Band now its

is sponsoring an outing to Silver Springs on Buses will leave from Choir I, Mrs. Ruby Allen Pepsi

r Sunday, June 30, with buses scheduled to depart the following localities Mrs. Elizabeth Crawford 1

wM from Kings Road and Myrtle Avenue, Moncrief and Broadway. and East Brook Mrs. Johnnie W. Brown. for thosef who
( ; Ma 8 a.m. ; Walkers corner Mrs. Mabel Walker Mrs.
Twenty-first, and Florida Avenue and Seventh w'
FPM' rli.u Streets at 7:30 a.m. New Kings Rd. 8:30; Naomi McClendon and Mrs. in young
!t : Union and Acorn, 8:45; Ella Jones.

I : ;_-4:; ......................... Kings Rd. and Myrtle Mrs. Lucille Baker will

\ .. Avenue, 9:00 a.m. Introduce the speaker "S .

and the offering will be
f Friends of Mrs. 'Arthur Montgomery, 1810 West Meeting ScheduledThe
taken up by Mesdames
Tenth Street, will be happy to learn that she has
Nightingale Savings Luella Hall. Hallie
returned home after undergoing surgery at Brew- .
Club will meet with Mrs. Singleton Julia Walters ;
ster Hospital. 3 4
J Georgia M. Mongxaa, 1739W. and Essie Mae Rose. t

"t .. : No.51z8112.20'R.166. ,,. ..".." '. ......................... 14th St. Tuesday. The musicale program ,'
J t 'N- July 2 at 8 p.m.Co will get underway at

I.MI hostesses will be 3 p.m.. opening with
Mrs. Flossie Weaver of 6715 Alaro-Road. is con-
Mesdames Ethel Frazierand selections by Choir 2.
fined to Brewster Hospital. We wish for her avery Mrs. Lucille Baker Is
Spotlight is on the early day. late day. sheath-- Naomi Grimes.
i speedy recovery. chairman and Mrs. Ruby
All members
I a transition dress for any season, any time. are trged
Mannlax will serve as
Adaptable button front closing is topped by a ......................... to attend the meeting
for discussion of plans co chairman, and Mrs.
wide rounded collar that laps and buttons at
for the club anniversary Ella Jones as acting
center front with two 'wing tab's:' Short sleeves,
Dr. W. W. Schell, Jr., was the main speaker at which will take place pastor.
prettily cuffed, are in-one with bodice. Slant-
the installation Banquet of Club Royal Ambassadors July 28 at 4 p.m. In St. Bishop M. Baker is
line pockets add a bit of ease to the slim skirt.
the Eldorado.
Inc., held Tuesday: evening at Stephen AVE Church. host pastor.
Try it with a sparkling white collar on casual After delivering the address Schell Installedthe

cottonslinens, synthetics, or in more dressy
elected officers.
fabrics such as silks, shantung, faille.
i Officers Installed were: James Bennett, presi-
Price $1. No. R-166 is available in sizes 12 dent; Percy Parsons vice president; Cassius 515 iAIIS STREET

'I 14, 16, 18, 20. Size 14 takes 2X yards of 39- William
Jones, recording secretary; Broadway Mir KB* at Ettas* Prices.
inch fabric for contrast. Standard body measure- I. Hillman treasurer;
financial secretary: oscar
? cents for size 14 are: Bust 34, Waist 26, Hips 36. Edward Barnes, business manager; and, James pisre CARDS

Send One Dollar for pattern, plus 5 cents for Joyner, chaplain.The 1 Whifc Jl5 FwHj Craps Gels

postage, in cash or check. No stamps. For first wives and close friends of members ot the
class mailing, send 15 cents extra. Add One club were guests at the banquet. COLQBJEPIATIHE .

Dollar If you wish NEW AUSTINE LA MAR Fashion William Broadway Introduced the sPeaker.JIDEPEIIDEKT Parents have as much fun as

Pattern Book 'l-complete"selectlon of High OIL CO. youngsters tada,...and, naturally, fun
Fashion designs. Send to AUSTINE LA STAR Fashion _.. Quality Photographs .
KEROSENE HOME DELIVERY Includes Pepsi I Nothteg drenches P PSI-COU
Pattern, Florida Star News, Box 1615, G.P.O. ,
New York 1, N. Y. Print yOor", full name, address MECHANIC ON DUTY CmCiES-ffEBiiMK-SIClALS thirst like a cold,inviting PeptL. ..
Ika Joseph ------------------- ProprietorState
S pattern number and size. and Jefferson Streets El 6-9432 ill! EL 4-1SS4 Think young-say "Pepsi PHe1"

----.- ---"-.;. -. .. oa, M1 e,iN1 ....._._.


__........,;ill. ._ .-.. --.--- .- -- '- . .- ..... -

P lit 4 .r FLORIDA S T R' SATURDAY JBHE 29 1983 ---1

t T.II.h..... Social Scene Class Of 38 Reunite Sigmas To Hold

I It Sigmas Meet *.***
Hay commencement exercises at Florida Normal ""J

t, and Industrial Memorial.. College and Bethune- Summer DanceThe
Rev. and Mrs. C. C. Cunningham entertained the Cookman College.r, ::...., _.. d:= ;;;;.'

I Eigaa brothers on their lawn at the last meetingof Annual Summer

the group. The collation was composed of ham, .... 55. .55 .55. 5555 555 Dance of the Lamda

salad and punch. Father David H. Banks led a Sigma Chapter of the

discussion on "The Educational Limitations of Sympathy s.as5 Phi Beta Sigma Fraternity ;

Young People" Inc. will be
! President Neyland made a cursory report of the The community extends its deepest sympathy to !l:r''."', sponsored on Saturday,

organizational: activities and entertained report Mr and Hrs. Counest Pillyow- on the lost of ....".'.J611 t c T July 6 at the Dade
of the Annual North Florida Fair Committee their daughter in a'street accident. !.- Street Recreation

which was headed by Ralph'eolE DaD. .-' : Center beginning at
Officers are Dr. Leedell Neyland, president; .....-.!.. ._ .... .. .... ..... i ._.. i if 10 p.m.
:<< ., ', ,
Rev. C. C. Cunningham, secretary; Alexander : ;. ; : Sigmas and their

Purdee, treasurer and Father David Brooks, 111 s.s ,. '- .-:.: .., friends will be entertained -

I oiaplaln. / I 4 k by Tiny Smith
The' next meeting.will be held on the 3rd Sundayin John Hannah is confined to the hospital' at Lake and his musical combo

July. City and Rev. H. A.. Crawford is convalescingat ':: ;- ;; from Thoaasville, Ga.

the hospital in Tuskegee. : .... .. .. :;. < The event is destinedto
.... -- "
5555 555. .... .... -
I be one of the most
.... .
Ij x55 x5.5 5555 5.55 .55 GET FAMU ALUMNI MEDALS---Members of the class of38 returning for a reunion colorful affairs of the
j Big Bend Briefs *****
and their 25-year alumni medals during the record Florida A. and M. University: year. 1
i I Lodge Meeting commencement exercises were: Mrs. Alma L. Johnson Crawford (left) Miami; Dr. Leedell Neyland, t

Ronald Williams son of Mr. and Mrs. R. L. Mrs. Katie Stirrup Dean, Miami; David B. Jones Detroit, Mich. ; Frank E. president of the group,

I Williams, is attending an institute sponsoredby The Charles Summer Lodge will hold its regular Jones, Miami; Mrs. Mamye Harris Hargrett, Tampa; Mrs. Portia Lester Jackson, urges all Sigmas and

the National Science Foundation of the University Imeeting at the Pythian Home on McComb Street on Clearwater; Charleston Francis Jr. Augusta,' Ga. ; Amos D. Lewis, Clearwater; friends attendingsummer

of Iowa. Ronald is an Eagle Scout anda Thursday night. The officers will be installedand Mrs. Annie L. Perry, Tallahassee; Mrs. Ida Jackson Scott, Neptune, N. J.; school to at"

\ student at University High. general business will be discussed. Thomas Jenkins, Reddick; Mrs. Dorothy G. Holmes, Tallahassee; Mrs. Pauline tend. Nathaniel Sayloris

i Styles Willis Miami; Mrs. Rosa L. Johnson Tallahassee; Hubert Clinton. chairman of the
I .... 5..5 .... .... 5555 555I .5.. 55. ..5f 555. 5555 5555
Reynolds Sr., Pensacola; and Mrs. Malvena Nelson Moore, Miami. affair.

I Community Service League **..* Legionaires to Meet ***** Amett C. Greene, Jr.
Bathing BeautyThe Event SlatedCenter. New Fishing

I The Community Service League held their annual The Sneed-FranklIn Post of the American Legion Annual Bathing Contestants for Licenses AreAvailable Is Head Of Hew \

; banquet ,at the Blue Moon in Gretnor. Many members meeting will be held at the post home on Brevard Beauty Contest of the 5 posts will vie for
r and friends attended. Street on the 1st Sunday in July. Members are 2nd Division of the A- the honor of first Insurance Firm
merican Legion will be -
place and an opportunityto T.ALLAHACSFFFlorida:
urged to attend.
Arnett C. Greene has
55.. ..5. 555 555 .5.. .5. held at Marianna on compete In the Detroit fresh water fishermenare
July 4 in the become the ownermanagerof
x5.5 5555 .55 5555 .555 5555 Community contest which being urged to buy Florida second
I Business League ***** will be held at Silver their fishing licensesnow.
I I.: Negro general inHranceagenc.Mr.
Holiday Arrangement Springs on Labor Day. Licenses are
j Greene passed
The Tallahassee Business League under the leadership Young ladies from 18- available at .therrof :' the state insurance exam

of Johnny Herndon is anxious to enroll 25 are urged to contact fices of all County on April 11, 1963. It is
more businessmen and persons Interested in busi- Phillip Madison, 1630 Judges and their generally understoodthat

ness in the organization. The group which was Elberta Drive.Presentlyonly authorized sub-agents. the examination is :

recently Incorporated, sponsors forums on busi- one contestanthas Buying the licensenow one of the most diffI-
ness activities and coordinates the activitiesof registered in the will prevent many cult
professional eiaaiirT -
the business'community. city. It is hoped that fisherman from embar- ;
Officers are Johnny Herndon, president; Erelson more will be interested. rassment at a later date : Expenses will be paid when they decide on a ]
,Y1ce-presIdmt; Joseph Franklin, treasurer graduate of Florida A.
I, and James Everett, secretary.The t by the post.Rattler sudden fishing trip and and M. University, witha
I Executive Board consists of Franklin find they have no
J. H. Booster degree in Economics.He I
I. H. Baker, Jr., Marion Watson, John Norwood, license according to is a member of the '.

James Watson, Stephen Beasley, Alphonso McGhee, Tags AvailableThe A.n. Aldrich director. St. James CHE Church,
Game and Fresh' '
Water l'
Arnett C. Greene James Everett, Erelson Knowles 1963 Florida A. Junior Steward Board of S
James 0. Mobley and Diamond Hester. Fa i u Fish Commission.
r and M. University St. James; Tallahassee N
"The fisherman
The Honorable F. M. Cunningham spoke at their -; y } good {;
g booster Tags are now always buys his license Business.League, Fla. ,
annual banquet held'recentl, at Nims Junior
-:: ::1 being distributed by before he goes fishing. of Life \
High School. is councilman
Cunningham city
of Rlveria Beach. a \ -. C. M. Speed, presidentof lie also considers tne Underwriters and presi-
i the Boosters, Inc. license as the badge of dent of the Tally Hi

.5.. .55. 55. .... ..5. 55.. r Rattler Boosters, who the sportsman and the Investment Corporationof III
desire tags for their mark of the true con- Tallahassee. Mr.
T. automobiles, may con- servationist. Greene is also a 1st
Church News Wanted *****
tact Mr. Speed c/o The biggest advantageof Lt in the US Army J,
Maintenance Depart- the resident licenseis Chemical Corps reserve. I
Reporters of church news are urged to send their '
ment, A. and M. University that the fisherman The new general insurance -
church news to this column. *The news be left : .. .
may Tallahassee.The ageacyTrl
nay!fS1rb3"any JSpjfrrting"method'
4 at the Economy Drug Store or Baker's Pharmacyany +" -"'
dell' and service all
organization supports at any tme"Tn !
time before Friday for publication the following ; x
types of insuitiace
t athletic activities any of the 67 countiesof
week. Notices Bay be Bailed to P.O. Box :
at the Uni- Florida. Many fishermen policies to include
2543 W.A.S., Tallahassee. For photographs, call automobile liability
versity and obtains consider the license
224-4086.Pictures of church and social activities ,
special parking privi- the cheapest investmentof and collision Home- I
I are appreciated and Bay be returned upon request. -
E leges for its members all the fishing: trir owners fire, Life, :

.... .... .... ... .... .... 6 during home football necessities since it maybe mortgage cancellation,
games. used 365 days of the business, bonds, theft,
year' Aldrich stated. trip and major medical 1
I Organization Meeting Calendar55555This
The new 1x$9.'fishingli ,. M coverages.
Negro DefeatedIn cense's' are now Greene is a lifelong
column wishes to publish each week the
meetings of clubs, lodges and groups in the You can't hold a Roman candle to the way a few flowers can brighten a picnic PensacolaPENSACOLAA available at the officesof resident of Tallahassee.The .

city. Please send your meeting dates to Stephen table. But you can build a charming flower arrangement around a tuna fish all County Judges and office of the agencyis

K. Beasley, P. 0. Box 2543'W.A.S. Tallahassee. can, a lamp chimney, and a candle. The secret is Oasis-that absorbs water and Negro their authorized sub- located at 1530 S.
holds everything in place. Soak the floral foam cylinder in water until it is dentist. Dr. Donald agents throughout the Adams across from

r .... .55 .... .... 5555 .5.. saturated. Then' cut a small pie-shaped wedge from the foam (to allow room for Spence lost his bid toa State. While the new Ideal Bread Coapany.
watering) and place in the tuna can. Or use an 0' Bowl designed especiallyto white opponent by fishing license is not
Achievement ***** hold Oasis, which has its own well for water. Cut a small hole in the top nearly 3,000 votes in required until midnight _HELP SMOKE

of the foam. Then insert a candle gently until it is s cure. Using white pompons Tuesday s Pensacola June 30, they are presently BEAR PREVENT

Mrs. Clementine N. Daniels was recipient of (or other flowers from your garden) insert stems into the Oasis so the City Council race. wildlife being officers.honored by" FOREST FIRES'

citations for outstanding achievements at the ends reach the water level. of the tuna can. I -- -' .....

"' \ ( :

o SQUARE DEAL CONSTRUCTION CO. Earn Cash Selling _, The FLORIDA STAR ; Automobile' Liability. : Insurance i

Apply 2017 Owen or (phone 222-3025
GENERAL CONTRACTORS t' Low Rates Financing ::

None Builders :-
0111 Types Of Fiiaiciig Free Estimates TALLAHASSEE. FLORIDA

f Across from Idel I-okery
Architectural Braving Services Offered

1830 SO. ADAM& STREET -"---
o Fire Auto Homeowners Business -life -

Phones 22488422243233 222-4937 1I > r---- Only Negro General Insurance .igency in North Florida _____

0 T C. c. General
Raymond Bellamy 1. E. Carr Marion Watson iiiA--- : ; Agent

0000000000000 I ( ( (
--- -
- - -


Ct..rltilltit.s Tt Arnett C. Greene, Jr. On Opening His General Insurance Agency. .

Best Wishes For Success !

Campus Cleaners Dr. W.H. Baker __ Dr. W.A. Campbell .. .,...Bakecs Jharmacy18T5 !
Iftff* ". :... --'AdHis'. St

f 312 W. Fasti* S t. 1813 So. Adams St. T* 1813' So. Adams St : .
r Hi Fi Cafe & ,
Dr. M.C. Williams 4 '..;P' Lounge
Knowles Cleaners 'Three Duces Drive In" ":'4
., 501 W. Georgia St. : :.., 1617 So. Adams. St.
and Coin Laundry -- i- }.: '
: .::: T'. 829 Eugenia St.BeasTey's ; <-. T & T ; Gulf Quick Service
S22 (sea* St. ". '" -,. Dr. C.N. Stevens : _

Modern Cleaners 505 W. Georgia St. Photo ,&: Adv. Service;:. ;:rJ0519 So. Adams St.

883 W. McCMri St. Hester Builders McCr Plumbing & HeatingDr.
Wiles Biid.
540X W. Brevard St. _. : -:_ 105 645 Osccflla St.
R.L. Anderson &

Dr. B. Thompkins : HerndonImport Hillside Barber
Dr. A.D. Brickler J. Export .rx : Shop

1785 Si. MsSt.Tallahassee. 540K W. Brcrard _tt.Tallahassee. "':' r- :r Box.2543- ,_ :1BS.Tallahassee-; 303 Pershiflg St.


... -...- --.... __. --.--- ,- - .- .
'- =

,-- -- .. '
.- .- -. __ .' .-. .. r .
__ __ .

t f q -- ; &IE5.I I
L r

:J Pictorial Highlights of Tallah.Debulanl.- Ball



4 eL

I .

; '1
t .

it" ffI 1
K i 3

I : ;. ,i t. II

; .

;'!-,t? 'r', :j jc "

: F'N1T : ; : : :. ,j

;.., ,. .: '- :.,. :"-i1--r.\S-! -. ., r .i1> .r-. J. ""'"
':" .' _>.,'ti4'.,, : .. t. ,"5't'"i. -. ,', ,,, J : -n.: .."" -,. s,:. ;:
-'" .' '
-1\0. "
\ : :::;;:: ;; ; t 1"T

TALLAHASSEE DEBUTANTES---Formally introduced to 'Society' last Friday June 21 ata
land, Winifred Landers, Theresa Kershaw. Mary Coleman. Back row, in the same order:
Dubutantes' Cotillion held at FAMU s Perry Paige Hal], are some of Tallahassee'smost Misses
Margruetta Bright, Bryant, Gwendolyn Glover, Janice McCloud.Carmena
charming damsels representing prominently social families. The
many young
Greene, .Alfreda Blackshear, Bettye Crawford, Alwillie Flowers, Mamie Dorsey and
ladies who made their social bows are shown here. From left in the front row are: Sandra Dennis

Misses Brenda Cooke, Jacquelyn Dupont, Gloria Madison Frances Allen Beverly N e y-

I tY \


v s
4 .

4 )
? t

1 FI


r .
I I- ,'

...;....'It sGr
; '
.' '. .- "
RA <; .::
::" "., 1 -
.' r.: -
,. .h4 L p .4 M


Uebs begin to dance the Cottillion. Gentlemen bow as the ladies sway. down
Mar retta Bright descends the step to walk _the royal carpet.

_.-w""" c-.. ,. !L ,;:;:,_.". __

l '.
.. n 1 4 s .
w ,
+;;;.,,. ,
.. y M"1q. a
I a ,.. ., j f G'
L I ., :

"" II. ; '.

c( ri'r, ,, .. ;rAY
< ....'
.' :.'
't .d I I I'" '

'r : ; .N- I rlwt ( A I

., '
{r ; -, c, ::;

r:row S

,' E




f N

L..' -... --- -.' .n; ....n.-- -
}Beverly c Neyland holds Tony Foster' q handa Carmena and brother, Monty Greene bow and curtsy in the Theresa receiving "Miss Personality Award" from Cotillion -
Snrlnfv nrP Hrtpn Mrg Tna- Tn"
s hp hn. .. .

u, rM


1 aArm' 4


J I \ + $ i

-F .a 'I a : ::1'IFa :

f D ; !al
; r".. ".

--V } ,
t in'
E.+:" t. :1' fp 4

p.=- ..LAlfreda f a

I flashes a brilliant smile as she Sandra dances with Mr. S. Dennis her Gwendolyn dances the first dance with Dr. Dorsey enters archway before descend-
Israel Glover, her father. ing the stairs.PostDebutantes .
dances with her father Mr. Fred Blackchant -

.'., ,..'-..

ii w'r Y

1 1I 1f r 'w r-

,'"' "" .. '<... a Y" -
-. -
"' '
'.'.,...., _..,.' u F
: :
:;.;; d _

::: ,:" + '

.'.' -;,..,.',':
'd. '-, ",,<'C.' ,
_::- ,:" :; '-,'::#;;;. I : .
3' 3' f : f-.'>r

C .f .
I .. ,.t--
; S :

3 1FfiI
observe-the presentation.

Betty Crawford pauses in the archway before The Reverend and Mrs. Sylvester Bright and Mrs. Lucinda Lawrence Photographed for The Florida Star by Stephen K. 1Mw.1.,. j jI

Baking the traditional bow sign the guest book I

.. . -" .. -. '- --
-- - -- ---
---- -
-- -
-- --- _

-_.- -.-- --- .
.... ... .. y ,- .. .-. ,' : ...... .

,All" I ct : : r .' i

6E .. .. !

Mrs. E.D. Bannister 'First Citizen's' Endorsement '

LTIIIEHi To Stage Annual kd ;' '! : About People I

'. 1'r.'T'P
i Gospel ObservanceMrs. 1
. NEWS E.D. Bannister. : : t Mrs. Ella Porter Is serving as chairaaa of the

Jax1 "First Lady of a nf F :. -! program committee for the Rainbow Tea to be presented -
Lady of '1 by the Princess of Sheba 75 Order of
; Gospel Songsfwill .
Sen'iorChoir 1 of Emanuel Baptist Church will stage a manmouth 1. ? Eastern Star, June 30, at the Garden Club House,
sponsor a.Friendship Tea July 7, at the church. parade and gospel festi- 344 W. 17th' St. The program will feature may

Mrs.. Eliza R. Perry will be the speaker. val Sunday at 8 p. m. talented personalities.

'I July 14th in Civic eP .........................
.. -0-0-0-0- Auditorium.The .
d program will fea-
The Pulpit Aid Board of Zion Hope Baptist_ Church ture a 300-voice choir The Independent Club will sponsor a Sammer Tea

will sponsor A Spiritual Tea June 30, from 4 to under that direction of June 30 at 4 p. B. at the YWCA 8th eel Calhoun

6 ;>?.iIQ.. in the home of Mrs. Gertrude Murray at Prof. Matthew D. McCoy a 1 Streets. A program will be presented.

Monbrief'Extension, Boisy Lee Ford will be the and Prof. *Arthur Goodman x
i 00010e000e..s.........000
speaker. Other participants are Oscar Senior, and fifty beautifullygowned ? c .' .
Misses Ruth Haynes, 'Lizzie Mae Ford, Daisy Johnson hostess.Mrs. .
>; Mrs. Geneva Cotton, Mrs. Maggie McCant'! Inez Bivens will Mrs. Eva Patterson of 1639 W. 15th Street, is

Willie Taylor, Mrs. Mary Huey, Andrew Thomas and introduce Adrian (Ken) Ii i ill in her home. She is president of the Deaeeneee

Rev. E. R. Simpson Knight master of cere- Board and a member of First Baptist Cbureh.
7 .
monies. Some of the ...
-0-0-0-0- groups already scheduled .........................

to appear includes the

The men of Mt. Calvary Baptist Church will sponsor Tonettes Versitters The Better Garden Circle will sponsor A Sttme-r

:ta Spiritual Tea June 30 in the home of Mr.and Prof. Otha Brown, Madame Tea June 30 in the, home of Mr. and Mrs. Joe Young, ;

Mrs 'James Capel, 4431 Roth Drive, at 4 p.m. Emma Turner Harmony 2203 Myrtle Avenue, from 4 to 6 p.m. II i I
for the benefit of Men's Day program.0000 Kings. Spirit of Memphis I
; Singers and Brother Joe .........................

May. I

Special guests: Mrs. The Florida Social and Savings Club will sponsora

The Georgia Bush Prayer Band will sponsor a Josephine Ellerson Brown spiritual Tea June 30 in the home of Mr. aad

Spiritual 'Tea on June 30, from 6:30 p.m. to Robert Sams, Mrs. Wilhe- Mrs. John W. Duncan, 1057 W. Union Street, from

7:30 p.m. in .the home of Rev. Bernice Jackson, mina Hill Mrs. Alice 4 to 6 p.m.
I I 1487 McCbnihe St. Rev. Sarah Jones will be the Burroughs, Mrs. Laura
speaker. Jackson, Mrs. Gussie .........................

Page Grey..

-0-0-0-0- The parade will assem- Carl Johnson, son of Mrs. Ella L. Johnson and
JAX MAYOR COMMISSIONER Haydon Burns gives his official endorsement authorizing
ble at 5 p.m. at 8th St. grandson of Frank Lamar, left the city last week
Sunday, July 14th as "Ethel Davenport Bannister Day." The "First Lady of
Rev. E. L. Murray of Mt. Ararat Baptist Church and Myrtle Avenue. At for Cape Canaveral, where it is said he will
Gospel Songs" (shown right), will celebrate the event with a manmouth paradeto
will deliver the sermon July 2' in the after ser- this time, some lucky work in the instrumentation planning office as
be followed by a gospel festival in Civic Auditorium.
vice for District 22 of Zion Hope Baptist Church. lady who is working with a mathematician. Carl is a 1962 graduate of New
(Royal Art Studio Photo)
The Zion Hope Female Chorus will serve for the, the program will be Stanton High School and was voted the Most Intellectual -

service. given an allexpensepaid Hillman Elected by the senior class. He is a freshmanat

trip to Nassau. First BaptistTo Woodlawo Presbyterian Edward Waters College and is majoring in.
-0-0-0-0- Bahamas. President Of science.

tl Persons desirous of Celebrate CHURCH NOTESBY .
Brewster 4
District 13 of Day Spring Baptist Church will singing with the choir Men Club. FestivalST. L.N. PEAPSON. SP. .........................

sponsor an outing to Little Talbot Island July are requested to con- .'>$' Jubilee

4. The bus will leave Vanburen and Union Streets, tact Mrs. Bannister-- 'r. AUGUSTINE The 125 The United Presbyterian The 2-G Junior Community Civic Club will hold

at 9 a.m., Union and Ionia Streets at 9:30 a.m. FLgin 6-4003--or to go voice Sing Along with Church choir will rehearse hold its annual outing July 4 at Little Talbot
and the church at 9:45 a.m.JDO to Mt. Ararat Baptist a : Davis Singers under the Friday June 28th Island. The bus will leave 29th and Chase Streets,

Church Annex Sunday direction of Prof. E. at 8:00 p.m. in the at 8 a.m.
1 .. June 30th at 3 p.m. for r. Westminster Hut. All
.- 0.0 .. Clifford Davis will pre-
rehearsal.Mrs. sent a Jubilee Festival members are asked to be .........................

Lucile Bell is in Week Program July 3.4, present and on time. The
..Emanuel Slates charge of decorations. !?: United Choir will also
: and 5 beginning at 8 p.m.
First Corinth
Choir Unions Admission tickets are in First Baptist Church.ft. hold its regular monthly Sister Cohen Plans .

Musicale SundayChoir available at wellknown :f 'r'r ; Francis and St. Bene- meeting Monday, July 1st
Anniversary Observance CalvacadeSingers
Set Annual business concerns dict Sts. Pev. J.H. Mc- at 8 oclock p.m. The
throughout the city. j place of meeting will .Y d ,.
3'of Emanuel Bap- Kissick Jr. host pastor. '

tist Church will presenta Mass MeetingThe --OBITUARIES-j .. ,/.. Sponsoring orgOTixaticns be announced later in .'c...,..... ,'>. 1 1s Sunday
June, probably about the
musical program June r f and their leaders will
annual joint mass Mrs. Maggie Tuff; 1315 29th or 30th.Dedication. First Corinth Baptist
30 at 3 p.m. in the JOSHUA HILLMANThe include the following.
meeting of the Friendly Frances Street.Mrs. Day is almost J Church Madison and
auditorium of the church Sunday School Superintendent -
-- featuring anthems semi- Choirs Union and tne Clara Febell Phil- Brewster Men's Club Mrs. C.A. Hammond here. Clubs Boards Duval Sts. will present
lips; 2402 Wilson St. met last Sunday in' the
the Sing along with
classics hymns and Willing Workers Choirs Missionary Society President and Individuals are
Union Walter D. Johnson; 1475 Cafeteria of Brewster Davis Singers
has Sunday
spirituals.Miss been scheduled Mrs. Nellie asked to present gifts
Wandra Mitchell for Sunday.June 30that Fverson street. Methodist Hospital and Barnes; Pulpit Aid Board t6 the church for this June 30th at 8 p.m.
Fd Wallace; *5854 Caste- discussed several itemson Sponsors will Include
ill be the guest 2 p.m. in Mt. Vernon president Mrs. Effie Memorial occasion which
\ soloist. Hostesses are: Baptist Church Prince lina Avenue. the agenda which were KoonceTraining Union will be announced at an Deacon John Dawsey of
and WhI Jner Sts. Mrs. Bernice Josphine of vital Importance to the Sunday School Department
Constance Chappie ; Rev.B. president Mrs. Bessie early date. -
T. Bryant; 1452 E. 26th St. the club. Mrs. Ethel
McCall host Church School ;
Pamelia Smith, Faye Aiken; Trustee Board will begin -
pastor. Mrs. Lila D. Scott; 1838 Among the business i,. Jones, Missionary
Griffin. Rosalind Arm- transaction was the elec- Chairman, Otis Knowles; Sunday June 30th
stead. Theresa Harris, Brother Matthew McCoy Jefferson Street. tion of officers. Deacon Board Chairman, at 10:00 a.m. in the Society; Mrs. Rosa
will be master of Mrs. Naomia Tatum; 933W. FISTSR Thorpe Training Union
Bossie Beverly Ella cere 17th Street. Elected were: president, Deacon Oscar 'Turner; Dea-' George Washington Car- COH N ;
Fulton Beverly Hill. monies. Sister Richy Josh Hillman vice conness Board PresidentMrs. ver Elementary School, Deacon George Watson
I Melba Badger. Betty Mc- Allen and Brother Elijah Central Williams; 100 J.J. ;Nixon; president secretary Minnie Jackson; 2854 W. 45th Street with "ell known gospel Trustee Board; Deacon

1 Kinnies Jacquelyn Mayne Willie Smith presi- Avenue. ; Harold Ferguson; Floral Club PresidentMrs. T.V. Huger superintendent singer and program director Lucius Lewis, Deacon
Mincy Overstreet Aletha dents of the Friendlyand Barney Whitehead; 1448 assistant secretary Fl- Lottie Pierson. in charge. Sister ,Rosetta Board; Mrs. Mary Camp
Willing Workers Street. The Cohen will celebrate her bell, Deaconess BoardNo.
Dorothy Over- Morning
Kempt. 1 is Morse; treasurer; Nurses Board PresidentMrs. worship
,C street Elizabeth Finn- Unions respectively, Mrs. Lucille Williams; Samuel Graham; financial Lottie Pierson; Matrons' service will begin at 7th anniversary Monday, 1; Mrs. Christine
1222 Jackson Street. July 1 at 8 Mungin, 'Deaconess Board
ley Shercn Home Doris are inviting friends secretary; James Lundy; Auxiliary Presi- 10:55 with Rev. F.D. p.m. in Howard -
Mack and Jacquelyn Cole- the general public and Mrs. Naomi D. Wilson: 411 Chaplin. C.A. Willis; J. dent Mrs. Willie M. Pilson, pastor delivering Memorial First Born 2.
Davis Street.SALE Church, 759 w. Union Mrs. Patsy Johnson
other choirs to attend St.
Glover Usher Board Pre- the The
man. Farl Morse, the retiring ; sermon.
Young Matrons Mrs. Net
the Already scheduled toappear
program. sident James Morgan Westminster Choir will *
president who has been ;
am the program tie Ingram, Usher Board
Aid Board Pre- support the rites with
president from the beginning -
are: 1; Clyde Johnson Usher
sident Mrs. Violet Smith Mrs. Rudyne Watson at
+ of the organization ; First Rorn Chorus 2, Board 2; Deacon Albert
o I GOOD was made president Male Chorus President the piano. Thelma Ftts Singers Walker, Usher Board 3,
emeritus.The Marshall Shelley: Senior The Westminster Choir Brother Sammy Henson Deacon Charlie Cooper,

outg wing presidentgave Choir President Deacon will rehearse Tuesday; Zion Grove Special Usher Board 4; Mrs. M.J.
ALL WEEK reasons why he would Eli Bennett; choir 2 July 2nd at the home of Singers, Mrs. Mattie Baisder. Choir 1; Mrs.

2 DISCOUNT STORES: not be a candidate for President Mrs Grace B. Elder S. Olin Pearson. Blunt Elder Hose Davis Elizabeth Crawford,
re-election which were Scott; Youth Council Pre- 2742 Begonia Road, at Sister Viola Stewart, Choir 2; Miss Patricia
830 Cassat Ave. accepted by members of sident Jerome Glass; 8:00 p.m.Wednesday. Robert Temple Singers Mungin Choir 3.

1824 W. Beaver St. the club. He pledged his Junior Choir President July 3rd Heavenly Fire Gospel Mrs. Mattie L. Walker.

U3.90 Near Stockton full support to the club Christine Wright and Fed the Mid-week Prayer ser- Singers House of Cod Junior Choir; Lloyd Hat
r and pledged full supportto Circle President Paula vice will be directedby Saints of No. 1 Christ cher gospel Choree, and

BEEF SALE! the new president.A Sands. Elder ".K. Harper and singers. Mrs. T.B. McCall, Pulpit
date for the installa- Deacon Myrtle Pearson. First Born Temple Aid Board.
tion of officers has Fountain Chapel Let us give them our Chorus Elder and Sister The public is invite

HEAVY WESTERN been set and the time and whole- arted support.Be Poberson. Fxcelsior Gospel Rev. W.L. Jones is I boat
AME ChurchThe
place will be announced. not weary in well Singers willing pastor.
FOR YOUR HOME FREEZER Other items of importancewere annual Seasonal Tea doing. Workers Special Singers, -

introduced by the will be held Sunday from Worship Services Mt. Ararat Chorus No. LEO'S SHE REPAIR

V2 BEEF LB.39C president elect. He asked 4-6 p.m. at Fountain 3, Traveling Stars, Mary
the club to go along with Chapel AME Church. All Catherine Brown, Other Shoe Repairfif

AVG.WT. 250 LBS., AVG. PRICE 95.00 him in the pew endeavor members are requested to groups and the general
N* telephone. .rd.rt, ,Ie.... 100 cattle ...Iy. and the club agreed to do donate $5.00 for this public are invited. Of Aay Kiid

so. event which is being Elder Flax Howard, host Is Our 8iy! fcsiwss
4 T-BONE STEAKS Under the new officers, sponsored for benefitof pastor, will serve as
c. plans will be completedto the church. A well- master of ceremonies 845 Florida Arem

t SIRLOINROUND } LB. .6 9 make further strides planned program has been ..-
toward paying the pledge prepared and friends
the club made to the and.the general public MAGNOLIA' GARDEN'S FIRST DRUG STORE'
are invited.
Singers Group Mer Von's'hThY

STEAK 1;; LI. 49c Sunday School will open
At t Mt. AraratPlans at 9:30 a.m. with the

CLUB have been completed superintendent and
\. for the musical teachers in charge. The'
59C !
STEAK Music Extravangza slated pastor Rev. P.Y. Jones I

for Sunday, June 23 at is urging that all Sunday services at
CUBE 8:30 p.m. in Mt. Ararat choirs serve throughoutthe Jerusalem Baptist Church 2135 West Edgewesd AveiK
STEAK LI. 79C Annex under auspices of day along with the will begin with the Sunday -

the National Singers As- Ushers and Stewardesses. School at 9:30 a.a. Let Us HI! Your Next PrescrytiMWe
: sociation. Morning service begins District 5 will sponsora

ROAST LI. 39c Featured will be the at 11 a.B. and the sightseeing tour to Pick Up & Oeihrtr Fret

Gospel Crusaders Voices sermon wfll be deliveredat Lake Wales. Florida, Wide AssDrtJlel1 Of Patctt 11111111
of Jerusalem Holy Light 11:30 o'clock. Eve- July 4th. Those desiring
LI. Singers Sister Essie M. ning service starts at further information Bay. Cosmetics Sundries Ceutecttiey.
PICNICS SMOKED! 29c Thomas known as ?he 7 p.B. Calvin Forehand, contact Deacon lilllaa

Gospel Warhorse." BSA a member of St. John A. TooBbs. Leader of PLEASE Dial PO 5-4485 or PO 51582I.

Watch till W.rt{ "$ Greatest Gesp tl l lingers Gospel Singers and many Baptist Church will be District No. 5 at D. Harris. Reg. Phara.
others. featured in a 7:30 p... ELgin 9-1271. Rev. W.
WJXT C ....I 4 Every Svi&y, 9:30 a.... The public is Invited. The public is Invited.. Jackson is pastor.


-- ---- -

.....------. ------- -- ..
,':- \ i."i: ,

TURBLI JUNE I 29 1 1963_t. I FLORIDA I STAR I mi 1 i

'. '
Slain I i Leader's Death Spurs Rights Offensive i .

., .-
..;;::. r<:.. .i. ;

;:... >

::; _

:.7 \ .: __



3 L y,J nib r i _____ Ii

i i i c-

u sa _

% ,



:: :r \ .

C' : ''

: -

4 a .. ,._
'! -- T -- ---' ------

\ FREEDOM. -No More. No Less is the NAAC?' s steppedup left: NAACP executive secretary Roy Wilkins addresses youth demonstrator describe how he was beaten by the four-point program in Jackson

battle cry in Mississippi since the tragic a mass meeting in Jackson Hiss, the police during a sit-in demonstration in jack- direct emphasizing_
action (street demonstrations), selective
before his 1 arrest for leading a son. photo right shows of
slaying of State NAACP field secretary Medgar night June portion 2.500 person buying, voter registration and legal attack
Evers. Scenes shown above show events leading non-violent demonstration. Center pix: Eversafew audience attending an NAACP mass meeting featuringMiss
(Kirkr.ey photos)
up to a few days before Mr. Evers' death photo days before his death--listens to a NAACP Lena Horne and comedian Dick Gregory during ,


Additional Honor Vet 2 Builders Charged 2 Cities Form Vets A'dministration'Hires

Biracial Groupsin Two Gibbs GraduatesSt.

With Home Loan Fraud Florida Petersburg Florida Regional Office of the

Veterans Administration hired its first Negro secretaries -

Charges of grand larceny work done on Johnson s Efforts to relieve racial last week.

were filed recently house should have amounted '- tensions throughthe Two recent Gibbs Junior

against two local to about $125, forming of biracial College honor graduates, C.CS. Jobnsofl Joins i

f building contractors committees took place in Alletha McKenzie of Sarasota -
Booth said. The doctors
11 accused of a fraudulent 1 bill was mt paid. two of the state's cities and Helen Thomas of To Shick Razor Co

scheme to secure $1,795 recently. Orlando, went to work for
Booth said Johnsonwho
from a retired Negro on Titusviille and New the VA to make the first
is semiilliterateand
a home improvementloan. Smyrna Beach announced time Negroes began workingon
; i: lives alone had
success in the formingof the secretarial level.

The charges were filed first knowledge of the groups which will Miss Thomas has been hiredto

by County Solicitor mortgage when he became ponder programs bent on work as clerk-typist in

Edward M. Booth against sick and missed a pay- obeying the laws of the the Contact Division and
iT1S. ment. He then received a
Miss McKenzie is workingin
H t Sam Silver, 38, and land.
phone call which
the secretarial pool.
Harold Hil senrad. 44, Weekend demonstrations
threatened to foreclosethe
both officials of the threatened by the NAACP Assistant Manager Thomas
mortgage. Hurt effected the employ-
Silver ConstructionCo. brought about a com-
Bond for Silver and rent of the two. He requested -
promise between
2618 N. Myrtle Ave. Negro
Hilsenrad was set at permission to administer -
According to Booth, white leaders in
$1,500 each by Criminal civil service
Titusville after the
the victim is 76yearold
I \ widower John Henry Judge William T. Harvey.No NAACP became Incensedover examinations! on the campusof
'- date has been set Gibbs Junior College
COMBAT VETERAN---Sgt. Frederick McClellan of Jacksonville, while a patientat Johnson, a retired Mayor WilliamLaing's
for court hearing.The last month. The examina- BEVFRLFY HILLS. Calif. -
of five.handpicked'
Walter Reed Hospital, Washingtm, D. C. received the Army's Certificateof Florida Past Coast case is the second tions were given severalof Cage Spooner Johnson is
Achievement from Capt. Robert A. Hills, assistant employe who resides Negroesto
registrar, for out- filed by Booth as the the College students. the newest member of the
standing service during the Cuban Crisis while assigned as a transportation off Phillips Highway result of a probe into serve on a biracial McKenzie and Thomas topped public relations staff of

specialist with the U. S. Artillery Firing Center at Fort Stewart, Ga. A Sunbeam Section. the home repair racket committee on grounds the examinees in test results the Schick Safety Razor
graduate of A.L. Lewis School, Sgt hgClel.entered service in Reports reveal the they were not members of
1947, serving being conducted by his and earned a GE-3 Company Culver City ___
Jin*Japan, -Korea' ahd"ef vas transaction began when the objecting organization. -
wounded while
: q awa, anyr-He serving with office. rating. The rating enabled Calif. a division of
the 3rd infantry (Rock of the Marne) Division in Korea. He also wears the Johnson heard a radio Detect!ve.John C. Nel- them to begin w crk Fversharp Inc. He will

Purple Heart and Combat Infantryman's Badge.He is the nephew of Mrs. Eliza- commercial about home NAACP spokesman William with a salary in excess of have an important part in

beth Ivy of 1784 W. Sixth Street. (U. S. Army Photo) improvements and after son of the solicitor'sstaff Eddings criticized the the starting pay for the the marketing program ofSchick's
is heading the Mayor's choice of com-
making inquiries, was positions. stainless double;
Services home improvement loans mittee This
Tea Slated persons.
contaced by Hilsenrad.In The two honor graduateshave edge blade and its inter-
invest!gations. resulted in the biracial
Sound Service for A' '
Glendale Social and Saving Club will presentits the agreement, Sil- been picked to man natiftnally merchandised
vertising Dances Bali committee being quietly
Anniversary Tea June 30.Mrs. Maybelle Taylor, ver was supposed to Jewish Congress the secretarial staff at Injector blade.
expanded to 22 five
Games etc. Also Loud ,
president has announced that the tea will be have installed four Gibbs Junior College. Col-

Speaker Service for .. 'held at the Acorn' Street Community House on the windows and replaced Seeks SupportFor being named by the NAACP. lege officials, however J: '.,;:'> w h
Concerts J New Smyrna Beach has a
Banquets ?
t. corner of Acorn and McQuade Street, from 4 to boards on the front 14-member biracial relieved them of their ;:\-:: :
Record Hops etc. 6 p.m. porch, plus some tin on JFK'S BillsNFW obligations in order to -

El 3-5902-SOUND SERVICE the roof, in addition to mittee, seven being take advantage of ,
YORK Pr. Joachim Negroes and seven white
paying off a $300 doctor the new employment opportunity. x'A
IMPERIAL SUNDRIESPatent Ga. Prinz, president of the members.
School I billowed by Johnson. .
Medicines CosmeticsAll American Jewish Congress The City Commissionsent
Johnson, Booth con- College officials said
Leading Hair PreparationsCor. today called for prompt letters to seven '\;,
Drops Barriers tinued, was told the the VA picked two people
BROAD AND ASHLEY EL 4-2159 enactment of PresidentKennedy's groups asking them to
company would be fair mho will morn justify
Civil Rights appoint member of
MACCN.. Ga. (ANP) with him and he (John- a their employment.:! They

I TASTE WHAt'SIfAPPENED I TO LEMON I AND tiMEt The Bihb County Board of son) in turn signed some program.Dr. Frinz said that each race to the com- added that Kiss Thomaswas

Education last week approved themto mittee. recently picked a.
M "passage of the legis-
.. the admission ofa be receipts.It the Business Department'sBest
lation proposed by the
r Negro into the white r All-Around Student "WHERt'SCHARLIE
later turned but
President is essentialto the support of the over-
;" division of the Dudley that the papers signedby the security of our whelming majority of the and Miss McKenzie the ?"
'I ', Hughes vocational 1962-63 Campus Queen, was
Johnson were for a nation. people and that it can
ch col. Best Right where he a sup-
s the Department's
Teem'TEEM $1,795 mortgage to be Following is the text and should be enacted by
It was the first desegregation Accountant student.A posed to be driving
paid off in monthly the Congress.
of Dr. Prinz's state-
approved fora his New Deal Cab 1110
payments of $20 at 10 pent. It can be defeated only
school operated by the Day. Charlie C. Campbell i
every r rt per cent annual in- "President Kennedy has if a willful minority in NEWSPAPER f
board. has been with New Deala
terest. displayed sound leadership either the House of is of Little Value Unless -
Officials said that long tine and most i
ngJing I The maximum cost for in his message Pepresentatives or the it Can Print the Newss
Bert Bivins. 22 was expected of you at one time or :
U.S. Domestic urging a single comprehensive Senate is allowed to it Sees it. .
to start classes
time! I Civil Rights Act thwart majority rule. another have ridden !
shortly. The school with him. You know
Problems Cited of 1063. The legislationhe Our nation cannot permit
PEPSt-COU COUPANT MAKES ICE-CLEAR TEEM-THAT*WHT IT'S SO 1 GOOD' operates the year such a perversion of its that when Charlie cooes
has proposed is essential -
I round. By OfficialWorld to the securityof democratic institutionsat IHflllsi to pick you tip In his

New Deal Cab will
this critical junc- you
Image our nation. We are
confident that it has ture in history.Her I II have a comfortabletrip

Ihtll the U.S. achieves I __, ..._, and Amp will eajoy
""' M -
racial Justice at h cae, "'t':,.:., ,,..,'.,.:.:'> the convHi Hoe that

'our aspirations to "'!'I"; ,;V. ':: 'h;,; only a cab ride can

world leadership will be : give yoa.

continually frustrated," Mr. Campbell sad his

RK a Peace Corps official wife Christine live

IIPER TS told California graduating seniorsat State In their own hone at

I 1734 Hiram Street. They'
Polytechnic College.
are members of tile
Franklin H. Williams,
FRESH PUFFIN or BETTY CROCKERBISCUITS director of the Divisionof Shiloh Baptist Chare
where Mr. Campbell is a

University. Privateand Trustee. Iii Mr. Campbell -
Pork ROAST International Cooperation -

50 urged the isn't working be
likes to
spead bis free
:graduates to 'become
'Xla\ time fiaU**.
involved in the pass! os :
can of our time" both at Dial El 4-161" aext

"TV lb. Limit 3 wift $5.00 feed crier home and abroad.In :. _+ 2 / time you need a eab-aek

"': the
the Commencement address dispatcher to ward

FLORIDA GRADE 'A' LARGE SHORTENING at POll ma. California mother or her sister? Cab 1110 Bay aad Q srUe

Sunday Williams 2 POWDERS 5 will be there la ao time
formerly an assistant
450 attorney general of Whether you want the excitement of a different 12 POWDERS 25

1 dozen in carton 3 ft. can California, said the"passion' hair shade or want to give new life to dull or r Ie Mr t* ...... ..r UN
tour ltw. Smmitv ****
today is"the gray hair...insist on the long-lasting*haircolor 24 POWDERS 49 ..,. .r 9-J4 .* Ch...l 4.
world-wide revolution in the famous red package-Godefroy* '....."., K.* feriffc*.
FRESH GREEN PILISBURYOKRA150 Lan eu.e. it.easy to apply,and complete in
for national one package-there's nothing else to buy.

: FLOUR 450 tice.dignity Williams and urged human jus-the g7LARIEUSE /}. 18 COLORS LOVELY r.: -S e NEW DEAL


graduates to Join in the EsvaI.osoo1
lb. 5 IS. pi '" Oo4.froy Mfg.Comoany 3S1O Oltv St.St.LoulaMa.
struggle at home 11H !KftK MM m & *'

-pS '

Jic": ,.. I, ___ ...,;;;.,. ,. ,,;,,: -_," ._ ...... """"" _:" __::..__._I -_ -, -....


m f mv e.. ; <, :: ., fJ.O R.III.A.: ) w .s JAR \ ,t SATURDAY J 1dNE 29. 1 1963'i1 r

Ii'I Ben Geraghty's Mr.' BaseballCognomenwas Won Through Dedication

i r'r'The i Week In Records Continue Victory Skein Ben Geraghty rsonifitd

,r 000000000 :n True Sprint Of Democracy

was a hateful thing to be fought as hard '

.; CHICAGO-ANP)---Featured in thi "week's ry as he fought to win--is dead, stricken t tf

review.' is one of the most refreshing f by a heart attack early Tuesday morning
June 18 as he slept in his Arlington hose. .
singers to come upon the jazz scene in :
recent years. She is 27-year-old Teri One of baseball 'win- the Jacksonville Braves.

Thornton, a Detroit gal with a breezy, -- ningest' managers, Ben who won the Sally Leaguetitle ;
had given indication in '53. 54 aDd i
lilting style and a deep, attractive contralto \Y -
voice. he. was ill, had not com '56 and also the play
I. F plained except of the offs in '56. to the .
The vehicle for her major effort as a .:
lack of wins by his majors was Felix Mantilla. j
recording artist is a new album on the jiis I
pitchers and hits by
Dauntless label, entitled "Somewhere In > scrappy shortstop I
usual "get out there who made the Milwaukee ,
the Night which is really delightful,
t and win" since
manner a
to put in mildly. ; Braves in his first try
L serious operation on his
Following are the details of Teri's and is still a utility
rx heart In
early 1962.
album and the other disks in the review: infielder and pinch-
Termed a complete sue-
'SOMEWHERE IN THE NIGHT'Dauntless hitter up there.Ben's .
'cess the operation kept
record of six
Lp (6308). Personnel: Miss Thornton, vo- k '
Ben abed for few
only a
.3 in the last tenye'srs
calsunidentified; orchestra conducted by a 1 peasants
weeks before he left for
Wilcox. 1 is an ea viable.. one
Larry Tunes: 'Somewhere in the Kissimmee and the first

Night .; "I've Got your Number" ; 'There'sa J'" j I spring training of the and one that is going to
behard to beat.
Boat that's Leavin' Soon for New York" ; 1 I Jacksonville Suns when

, Lovely One ; You ve Got to Have i .. "" ._ H..... .., 'M.T....' _--.::"' ,.z"'"' ;>-"' .. .. w ..! ,- .&.:. -.; they made their debut not Although going his too Suns well are at

Heart" ; "Stormy Weather" ; "I Believein MASTER OF ALL THEY SURVEYI---Riding! the Lucas, James Littlejohn, Jackie Pough, last year. the moment Ben' s record'

You" ; "Mood Indigo" ; Quizas, Quizas, crest of a consecutive 16-game winning Stephen Durham, Clance Rayson, Priest Until Sunday afternoonwhen is still clean. He took

Quizas" ; "I've Got the World on a streak are the undefeated Boys* Home Midget Fitzgerald, Warren Geddis, co captain, the Suns dropped a over a team last year

String" ; "Clap Yo' Hands" ; "Serenadein Softball Team which has been riding rough- Charles Pickett; Vernon Godding, Seamorn double-header to At. which none thought was

Blue." shod ,over opposing teams during current Bowens, .Eugene S. taint, captain, Tyrone lanta. Ben had appeared going 'anywhere but to

Miss Thornton, or her sponsors, selectedfor season's play. And the highly toutedEastsiders Porter; Robert Channelle. Boys Home Super grim and determined but the ball park and guided

this singing date one of the choicest have made it known that they intendent Dozell Varner, Caesar Grant and had performed all his them to an International

collection of ballads, virtually com expect to complete the season' with their David Stamp are the coachinstructors.STAR duties in his usual Pennant in their first

pletely of the sentimental variety..Thetitle victory skein intact. From left are: David ( photo by Allen Stucks) season.

tune, which represents her top per- He will be mourned by

formance, is especially suited to her Lorenzo IryaMt Memorial Softball League StandingsSIMOND all who love baseballand
voice, while "Clap Yo' Hands. a hilarious freedom. .
entry, offers her the chance to DIVISION "W. L. JOHNSON DIVISION W. L.

prove her versatility..Teri really takes Pinellas!! Court

off on the latter number. "I Believein 1
You, Frank Loesser's love ballad, Simond JohnSOn 5 0 Blue Jays 4 .0 Facts In

is the top number on the flip side, Panthers ,3 I Eagles .., < 3 1 Crimson Flushed

which is but a continuation of the expressive Raiders ., 2, '. ',2 Dragons : )' ,.,.' ,r.;: ..,,.: 2 2 ,
singing by's a pity, Hawks :'y.- ; ;2.. ;2 Hurricanes ,, t--': t' 1 2 '*.W roef endanf .
Ravens 'r?= 3 Bisons ::" : I .3
though, that the orchestra that backs : .'.
her so ably is to record fans..I recom- Robins 1 3 Warriors .' :I 0 4 crisp and efficient CLEARWATER"The

mend it HIGHLY.DaMage manner.
adage "Truth is
League umpires: S. Douglas; William Green Monday he mentioned ina stranger

SuitIs 1 Fla. A&M GradIs L. ,Maddox C. Bryant ". conference with than fiction" became a
'" proven fact during
.. "'of -. ; '' Player-coach Casey Wise
hearing here'
"The"leagae is under the supervision of the Jax Department of Recreation. and Suns' officials he re ceatly in

Withdrawn i Justice Supervisor Miss Emma Hightower was to the courtroom of the
Dept. going think
over Civic. Citv. and Criminal_____n__

TALLAHASSEE -- An A. HINGTON. c.c. Fe Now Rig h tHe lfi F a II ers. . some Tuesday's movhe.wouldfm' game to try kin e.Court!. of Record.A .

attorney for the five irus C.E. Allen a seniorin and get 'the Suns back 01 Clearwater Negro,
Fla. A&M. students who the college of law at the winning track. Frank Stallworth was I

,had filed a $1 million Florida A&M Universityfrom But death interferedwith being charged with illegal -

damage suit against city Crawfordville has -ti those plans and, sale of whiskeyby

officials and who had been employ d by the U. stead struck Ben down. State Beverage

also sued to integrate S. Department of Justice He will long be remembered Department Agent T. W.

A municipal facilities was His tenture began June by all the Watkins. Watkins iden-

1" withdrawn Wednesday and 17 and will end August readers of the Florida tified the man sitting

J dismissed by Federal 31. next, to defense-counsel' __
Star. ,{or; hik..Jn. ens.e,,
Judge Harrold Carswell. Allen is a graduate of t and long-standing efforts Robert A. Freeze as the
The suit was filed Florida A&M' with a majorin < 'j i ii iyr to defeat the person who sold him the

following the students political science. Hg .
r" y color line in base
arrest for a sit-in was president of the ; sf f, ball. His cuccess in whiskey.'I'I

demonstration at a local FAMU Student Bar Association that direction are well M vI
bus station restaurant 4
during the known for Ben develored ;4 .k
last September. 1962-63 school term. 4
I Negro
many players who

i i ; made it big in the major

. < ,, 1 eag1Je.I : .
WHEN YOU ARE ilL a: I One ot.the-greatest. of

1 .N, I the game's hitters and

You Seek The Best Doctor P i I fielders. Hank Aaron was

1 When Your Doctor prescribes probably Ben's star ,.
I. ,
w + rz pupil and a general
Get Experienced Pharmacists
I .a .. 'q" .;., .
;favorite of the Jack- .;,k..,
: ., ..According to Your Doctor s ,+ ,. ; ,,, %-
.Orders. We use only The sonville baseball fans.

Dr. C. E. BlackProprietor Best Quality Drugs 'I r Wes Covlngton who currently -
+t .., is one of the SCHOOL* OUT FOR
.. .'; National League's top
: I <-,....... ''+ ..i hitters with the Philadelphia -
t A COMPLETE LINE OF TOMMY cleft -- ,. ... I Phillies also After teaching schoolfor
I i Cosmetics.- Rubber Goods Candles Sundries hard hitting outfidlde) and lie Davis (right) :: "Negro Firsts In Sports." The book chronicles came under Ben's watch- eight years Harcord
rs for the
Angeles the accomplishments of athletes ful eye and devoted Rahmlnff has Joined New
Negro in American
PRESCRIPTIONS CALLED FOR AND DELIVERED Dod g era. chat with author A. S. 'Doc? Deal and
Young tutelage and made It now drives Cab
while Young sports. by Jo hnson Publishing C o. .
autographs copies of his new book. Chicago. with the Milwaukee 111 Day. He's bees with

Store us eight months
Lilly's Drug Braves first and then and

1 Birmingham the Phils. has already made many
i Integrates Golf Course
.. Slender ro'itbpaw! Juan new friends for himself
Pizzarro, colorful and the oasiga .
1901 KIKGS( R8M EL 3-8276
BIF1YtL'+fGHAM. Ala. (ANT) commissioner who turned Board on June 29. The a nondlscrlmlnatory Latin is another who Harcord is a graduate of

Negro leaders here last dogs and five hoses on board voted unanimouslyto basis throughout Birmingham landed squarely in the Oakwood College in ftaats-
week, hailed as a real Negroes during the May reopen them at a downtown desegregation of middle of American Lea- ville, Alabasa sad one
lunch countersand
breakthrough the reopening anti-segregation demon- special meeting last washrooms gue greatness with the of his teaching years
on an Integrated strations has since been week. and thecity's Chicago White Fox and was spent right here In

basis of three of the booted out of office The courses to be reopened public facilities.The has become one of the Jacksofivllle.llr. Ratelng

_".? city's four golf courses after a city referendum were Cooper Green integrated City Library was most effective pitchersin and his wife Esther

x ,;:: closed with other public election in which R. 000 once reserved for Negroes during the denonstrations Negroes the league. hare two lovely children,

.. :, facilities since Jan. Negro voters turnsd the ; Roebuck, and and recently it issued The fourth of the a boy Wayne, age 8 anda
1961, by the old city tide against him.t Highland. The quartet who went from
:,: latter two cards to Negroes girl Kli. who Is last
t q )Y}Y ..SY' ;a'p government headed by last report. Connorwas once were reserved for I f __" I 14.) The home they own
,, -
._ arch-segregationist Fu- reported looking fora whites. The fourth is at 6263 Pettiford

q -, w r + .,. gene (Bull) Connor to Job. course called Charlie Talladega College Drive w. Mrs. Ratal ng

i; circumvent c urt-ordered The golf courses reopen Boswell. is expected to is a bookkeeper at Howard

I :;: .. r integration. ., desegregated on orders of be reopened at a later From which no one may be barred on Waters College. The
Connor former police the Park and date.
Recreational Rahaing faxily belong to
... account of race or color"A
:",., There will be no public 1 the Seventh Day Adventist -
,!i< r facilities at any of the Cbsrch where

L STO PFAlllNqN OW three integrated courses educational Institution Harcord is Assistant

and players will have *
t Pastor. Many of
Founded 1867 At Tal1ade a. Ala. yon
HAIR : furnish their own cad- have probably beard
r_ dies. But tee-off times Chartered in 1869 Harcord
a 1 slag. He baa a
USE Sslkers will be alloted on a wonderful tenor voice

; : ., s 'first come firstserved" Fully Accredited Four Year Liberal Arts and has appeared as a
basis the board soloist la concerts aad
"SAVE IT" ann amced. Program Makes Talladega Famous OB the Kea Kaigbt Show.

Reopening of the closed For The Success of Its GraduatesIn How about asklag for

gold courses had been t advanced Studies and Professions Harcord Rah.irg and
-sA YI.nII Eli ..., ....... for. MM M4 among the demands d Negroes Cab 111 Day the text
<.'.... but it { Throughout This Country And Abroad
KEN KNIGHT prefect dMfr d t* Ulp prcvMt fW was not time you dial El 4-1611
.... .! Uir by .....,-. ..fp 1. i..d part of the agreeaent advanced -
You' 11
.......--. *+.h... for ......... ..... IWa during the demon- Member sake an interestiaf -
Invites You To Listen To- s al..r d......-..M s stratlons, led Southern Assn. of Colleges And Schools a.. frieM.
M ........ ....... ..... ..... ..... "' r7ksytl eMW. : by Pr.wartin
: "KNIGHT TRAIN"Starting a.r.Ri a ....... MvUy, ...!... UirCrwfe Luther King Jr.. United College Fund tear Be are feew U. wUtfc. our hit
.... .... ....- ...... OUry.AT .- and sponsored by the at f:-taMtajr m Tunnd per.lap /-.

LEADING COSMETIC> COUNTERS Southern Christian Address Inquires to tie Registrarl\ <" ieaterte Ken ......
"" Leadership Conference ',
At 7KX) Nightly1400 and -
p.m. 4f your dMl.does not have fSAVEfr.smd$1.00 for '
2 oz. say. $1.50 for 4 ox.Jar. (tax Met poct* in- the Birmingham Movement. Dean Cohen T. Simpson NEW DEAL
eluded to
The terms of that
; WRHC 1400 Esther's Beauty Aids / so west 125th street ment were the upgrading agree Interim Administrator CAB COMPANY
New York 27,N. .
Y. and hiring of Negroes on j ....1 111! a... to w1 .. w.1.1

r r '----- '' ..
; .

.- .. .. .. -

';.(:. ; All IYNYAI JURt 23 1963 i\ < fdORl.A.S7AR: r '1'IE; 1

-- -

'It.It.Bob,L -- Hayes Breaks Jinx Smashes World's 100 Yard Dash- Mark I

i j.t. Jax Follows Dad's Footsteps
Sprhttr Htris '..rica.
I .
t' _: ( \ -'WI'' { .

( ; '
: y
: TrICk tan Sovfofs
Afttas t .
<' ) ,
Ii ,
>f.. ." ,
. ..... 1. : Championship 4 ;

ST. LOUIS Mo. ---Courageous Florida A.

and U. sprinter Robert Hayeswhose never- ,

say-die attempts at smashing the world -

100-yard dash record almost reached the k ; '

point of frustration, finally paid off

! here during the AAU track and field meet ,

last Saturday when he reeled off two remarkable -

: 9.1 seconds world marks to establish -

\ idI:1 *. once and for all his cognomen

as the "world's fastest human. The

Jaz native will lead a 50-member U. S.

track and field team to Europe and Russia

starting in mid-July for 4 major meets.

e +/r The husky font a: Mat- seconds century record

F w r thew W. Gilbert High of held in ttet spring of

_; 4 % spring of 1962 at Miami

his r t x.. only to have it nulli-

..: .. fied by an official'suse

... of a wrong type .
.. wF .
= f :
r q starter's gun, broke the
I _
world mark during the

rr semi-finals of the ,S a ;

event against an impressive -

F array of the

Bernadette Core and Barbara Taylor. The Champs, nation's top sprinters.
PLATE POWER---The above quintet are one of the

many reasons why the Simond Johnson Junior Girls behind the 4-hit pitching of Theresa Hall, alsoan Under perfect weather

Softball team have won the citywide championship outfielder, rode roughshod over Forest Park conditions plus a well .. .,.... ::5
below S
maximum 2.2 miles ."
three-years running and are favored to win their by a 14-3 score during a recent league contest. '.' ''':''' ..,.......

fourth diadem during current league play. The The team, however, is expecting same keen com- jetted per hour ahead wind of Hayes the KENNY WASHINGTON JR. who sparked the Universityof

team's heavy stickers, all of whom hold a .350 petition from their Jefferscn.Eastside, JonesSt. field to a five yard Southern California to a recent NCAA Baseball

batting average and above are, from left: Pa- ., and Lavilla competitors. Miss Bertha Cole championship is shown with his proud Bother and
victory over his nearest
tricia McQueen Barbara Edwards Dorothy Hall is the team's' coach Jacksonville product, competitor.In father during a visit to his home. Keuny Wash-

(STAR photo by Jesse Tarrance) who tied the former 9.2 the finals of the ington senior is the first All-American at UCLA

and one of its most famous alumni members.
Softbtlltrs century; Hayes was again

Seeking Fourth Crown timed for another in 0.1 win.p ere-but's New Licenses Needs Sponsor

Think Prilfc this time the mark was Are Available ,

1 4 M erased on account of y <
'V a TALLAHASSEEFloridafisherman

better than 7-miles per may now obtain -
For Uniforms : :c. f hour wind, well over the r

:(i ir maximum of 4-miles per fresh the water new fishing 1963-64
The newly organized hour standard for record
license at offices of
Bisons Soft Ball Team, breaking events.
.. all County Judges and
Manager and Coach wish
1ay their authorized sub- t
to thank the following
agents throughout the
sponsors for their dona- ,7Y state. :

tion on a short notice + A .
Ebedline for obtainingthe
for helping them pur- : Y'ar
new 1963-64 licenseis
chase the uniforms: .
f midnight, June 30.
Geter and Baker $5 00;
t The only fresh water
Holmes Funeral Homes .
fishermen exempt from
$6.00; Marion Johnson
I the license are resi-
r $5.00; J.S Johnson ;o- .
". dents 65 years of age .
: $5.00; Whittington 9 ,.. I K or over, children under ++aMraK
Funeral Home $25.00 ; ..f.'. '
; W .f4. UNLIKE other pro golf-
); and
.'." 15 years of age,
Broadnax Service Station k"o ers who are mostly
$5.00: C. Satterwhite DEFENDING CHAMPS-! --Defending champions ,of the Bruce Williams, CP; Leon I[farris RF; and Manager residents fishing non- sponsored by sporting

Lorenzo Bryant Memorial Softball League for 3 Henry Jackson.' Kneeling f left Richard commercially in their
$2.00; Jimmie Burris ; tom : Cole goods concerns the
home with not
$lfOO"Charles; FiramonS consecutive years, the Eagles of the league's CF:;. _Horace s Newman, 2B; ,Curtis Cole, CF, and county game's only Negro player
more than three poles or
Johnson Division are holding down second place
$1.00: Griel McCurdy Maxie Borders, C. Not show rn are: Jesse Tarrance, ; J,: : .5", 'kS. lines. Charlie Sifford often
in current standings but are eying their fourth S
$1.00; John Jackson LF; Benny McFadden, SS; Alvin Brown P; DorianIB. License tees are: finds the going rough.

$1 00 ; Dr. J.C. title. Standing from left are: Captain Charlie Dallas, C, and Carl Odom, AL MCBEAN. ace moundsman! Resident annual $ 3.00; Sifford said the other
1 Swain 3B; Larry Griffin RP; Robert Cole, P; with the Pittsburgh
Christopher 200. (STAR pi oto by Jesse Tarrance) non-resident annual, pro golfers receive an
Pirates, Joined the -do-
This team is in the
of about
League at Simond Johnson Decathlon Champ Rids' Gonder Demonstrates Honors Slated when it-yourselfers he powered recently a 12th 14-day$8.00;continuous non-resident fish- $250 a week in additionto

Recreation Park on Mon- Gels Top Award All 'Round Playing For Joe Louis inning homer for a 4-3 ing $3.25; non-resi their pro earnings
crief and 28th Ft. and dent while he (Sifford) is
decision over the St. five-day con-
have several more ,NEW YOFK (ANP) The unable to find a sponsor
to ,LOS' ANGELES ((ANP. ) The Cincinnati Reds have been fortunate metropolitan Broadcasting Louis Cardinals. tinuous fishing. $2.25.
riey-dnring thl&Ssfeason -
I and would Appreciate Decathlon champion C.K. through the years in having many out- Television company has II.. II
Yang last week was the standing pinch-hitters. The 1963 editionof
that Gov.NelsonA.
the public attendance to annamced
recipient 0 f three the Reds destined to add anothername S
seems of New
help boost the moral of
trophies at the UCLA this illustrious list in the Semi Annual
the beys.Thoodore. track awards dinner in to per- York and Dr. Ralph Bunche S
Brown is coach son of catcher Jesse Gonder,27-year-old United Nations Under-
the Westwood Student
and Samuel: Harper Is the Union. lefthanded hitter. ever in the circuit's secretary, have agreed to
Gonder has made 21
mane er. to the serve as co-chairman of a
pinch-hitting appearance league in runs-batted-in "Salute to Joe Louis" Clearance Sale !
Don t to Go to Town to GetLOWPRICES for Manager Fred
.... Hayq Hutchinson's Reds this (116) and was "The Most program, span red by the I
Valuable Player in the company to honor the for-
season and has respon-
mer, great world heavy-
ded with eight hits in League.
This phenomenal season weight boxing champion. 'All Merchandise from our Regular Stock
20 official at-bats and
According to Bennett H.
climaxed with his
drew a walk for a was of Nationally Advertised Lines"Famous
On Your phenomenal .400 pinch- selection as Topps'National Korn, MBT president, the

hit mark (thru games of Association 'Salute.'program"wlIlTbe .;
DRUG STORE NEEDS Player of the Year Arard a week-long cele- "'
June 18) S *
for the entire minor bration inaugurated by a Brand SUITS t SPORT
Traae With Your Neighborhood Drug Store Included in Jesse'seight mammoth dinner and Short Sleeve


'' We Deliver-We Also Fill All ctors': Prescriptions doubles Gonder and who two lives hers in. Coast Jesse was All-Star picked on team the, Louis screening, to in be honor held of at SPORT & DRESS COA 1S....

I Oakland California, leading all players in Toots Short is the famous
Dixie Pharmacy gathering place for prize SHIRTS
started off slowly this the balloting. He was 33
fight celebrities.The .
season, as he went hit- named San Diego's Most off
program will be
1302 KillS Read at Myrtle AnnePYates less in his first four Valuable player tied climaxed with MBT pre- 33

attempts before he connected for top honors for "the sentation 1/3 Off 19.95 Values. .:Mow 13.30
catcher with the best on WNRW-TV *
EL 5-5597-98 for a home runoff Channel . .Now 16.34
( of the Value*
5) world 24. 50
Juan Marichal of arm in the league", Reg. 2.45 shirts. .Now 1.64
------- as voted by the debut of a special two- 29.95 Values. .Wow 19.97
TEUPH9HE Fan Francisco on April hour autobiographical Reg. 3.50 shirts .Now 2.34 .
PAY YliR LIGHT, IATEI 23 and he was off and managers as "the batter documentary 39.95 Value .Now 26.64
SillS AT IIR STilE swinging.In with the most power." on Louis Reg. 3.99 shirts..Now 2.66
titled, "In This Corner-- 45.00 Valuea. ..... 30.00
1956 he
one stretch Gonder With Wausau in Joe Reg. 5.00 shirts..Now 3.34 .
had five hits and a batted .296 blasting 14 on Sunday 55.00 Values. .Now 36.67
.. and drove in 68 even fig July 21, 9:00 to
walk in sages trips. ers
.t : 11:00 p.m. (EST). The
z Gonder had a tremen- runs. ENTIRE BAN-LON
film showing will be repeated STOCK OF
for four
dous season witn San Jesse played

Diego in 1962 as he won clubs in 1957; hitting a on Monday evening, TROUSERS' .
July 22, from 8:00 to :
the batting cham; ion- total of 21 homers and
10:00 p.m., just prior to
Mn of t1? Toast League driving in 94 runs. He ivy's or pleated SHIRTS
with a mark of .342 batted .345 for Clovis Sonny Liston-Floyd '.* ..

(second catcher in P.C.L 340 for Temple; .270 Patterson Heavy might .-' .
championship fight at Las 33 1/3 off ; 5
nd .270
history to do this) and for Wenatchee; 3. 1/3 off
became the first catcher for Monterey. Vegas. Reg. 4.99 pants. ..Now $3.33

Gonder had a fine sea Korn Also said a Committee Reg. 5.95 Pants.. .Now $3.97 Reg. 5.00 Shirts. .Now $3.34
TUsCiowT of Fifty"
Wrick son for Richmond of the was
being formed to honor Reg. 5.95 Shirts..NOw $3.97
1 international League in all Reg. 6.95 Pants. .Now $4.64

LEARN A TRADE 6-55-29 batting 1960 compiling mark. a .327 champion time great the heavyweight dinner. Reg. 8.95 Pants..Now $5.97 Reg _6.95 Sftl.rta..Now $4.64

257 60 981 Reg. 12.95 Pants...Now 8.63 Reg. 8.95 S lrtL. low $5.97
lit Six Short Mutts That 'Z
7C= :
3 6 Reg.14.95 Pants. ..Now $9.97 Reg.13.95 Shirts. .Now! $.30

Will le IENEFICIAL 9 4 ftss Sfeiig Parlor Hmjtaii0 Ceifjctimrr Reg.22.95 Pants.. .Now $15.30

3 4 8Hs.d EB& far Hei


Sometimes 17-86-83,he's in 3618 Nirti Myrtle Anne Maibach4 INelt J S 8cij4 AI'

ARBER COLLEGE INC. Sometime he's down: hcksoiiille( Flarida'

He adds, subtracts
63O DAVIS ST. at Beaver He works if'aU around R. L. Polite, Jr. Beatrice Polite 5402 Norwood Ave. in Gateway Shopping Center

111% Air CsititieielJmSI"ILLE COMING ATTRACTIONS Ovisr Mesaerx Charge Accounts Invited FORMAL SAL> 3 & RBiTAL Dd'!.

FLIIIIA, 139-25-4U = : =

.. _, ,. ., .' _.'0 '


i5'9'W' -- ,--- .. .
.......... 1
.. ,
' ... .

r"'TI"f' "':.f "' ''' U' FLORIDA STAR ", ,< SATURDAY JUNE 29 1563 .1

.. _Y .

1! ,1.- t1fv. : *I RBIM'.C 'S FIR;Iio IERT.t.iul\\..' EtelWFR tE.l ad p; :- :>Drivers:> Chips Off The Blocks
r <*- ':.': Christian Home-Prefer : '
1 1 ;" : ET3-3521; In :
Royal CrowajNMFS Middle Age-Garage Free : fl:: "
I PlANt WANTEB Phone 355-8689 BY JAY JAY"Then

,Party Will Pay CASH I was a little boy we woola siu*, Tain.
lor.,Used PianoCall: .It It' '. rain, go away; COme back another day." I feel
.. ::
.:& RO'UllttiilllSE' ...'. :'SP;lt29Pi :}-.#:': RM* Fit IEIITLgF'urnAll t" i.. \. I like going outside and doing the saa thing now.
: .
!: !
Conveniences o The
t .. ... rain has dampened cost
JOHNNIE' S ROOMS=AIT: <" \ "" -\o. ,>: of oar plaas this
/ II' THHg I bpks Couple Only-El 5-7275 !;rY' .....' .... ...., ... {!; ,. .. week.Despitethe.
1. : ..
} Furn-H&C: Wtr- '. .. >(! ,
: .Modern ; Special Summer Rates r....... '''',. ."' .'" ".... 1' ...'" .a. t'L.
'tf + "'"'
; J. \I>- .::
r' rain, quite few folk IB
roe TV in,>ErerjfklfooB 'l '>"f"1.,' {, a took the
$2SEast Onion"are t. SP' 14290 NEW YORK MAILS :< ".;41, '" .'i": '\ ': i iY doings Sunday nite at Reader's Rest cm Avenue B.
; ... : "' to 1 k':
t :
fi V; -<- t ; \ : : :
... -- .. --- -.'-io- tF. ,.THAT'S. SPCIAU! To $65 Wk-Jobs felting Jt,. .f f. f'.t t. where the J-Notes are giving out with their
Wtarcr.Cash AMU @' .,t ','u r special brand of music. The Editor took in the
: iiys _... ; 3LBER't.&VENUE (Off Tickets Sent-UiM Agc,. ,
.'Selila' the;J Jr.1StarJfe : .' grbaulvt;Scenic Drive) 210 Post Ave Westbury NT .",< \. t"" show last Sunite and declares that the Js are"swinging"

{ ape ; ,yovelr'2-BflIm Hn-Excl. i+ .. : and marveled over their orchestra
J V .... ., ": tions. He said the trumpet man and the doubling
1T lishart h *Ae- : *0ond"-Nice.1)6t-Trees-Not' J 1,111111 E'S HOTELFREE -:: '.' ." '.
.. reed-flute nan- both. YOUNG boys are "strictlyon"
.0 Call p.1.9: ,,-Bub-DiT-Only $6,950
r .a
t. -.t- IPCallJC "T .. and, that s the words from a use-to-was
Total P ice-Low
; "i 741% W. Ashley-Jax.Fla. : 'f -
.M.Y.IOTARANTEED. lftl r? :. r; "771D631rWArthur For Reservations, Call hep-cat.
:..t -i-f' -: 1. } Billy Moore and his boys are whooping it
.0: A- Jobs35Fare. $5J1 : .'i. ''Lynn Broker F3 5-4025 1 up>> way
s' ''I. out on the out-skirts of town at a new bistro....
-.:,: Advanced.-Hal And Curtis Taylor's El Dorado is
lo ry Agency, 576 Xexrick, OPEN FIR BUSINESS The New Deal Federal >Credit Union, of Jacksonville comprising more livening things
'Rd. Lynbroolc., N. 'T. lOCOSON CLEANERS Announces the Opening of a New than 150 drivers who serve the city's Negro population, provides up on the week-ends with a group from Talla-

B lHB H HaHMHMBIHI' MCw >ranch Office. at 5504 Avenue B. '"Come Where':Ton loans for worthy causes at low interest rates insurance and other hassee that specializes in soul music. They tell
D..t Can.Get Quality! Cleaning at Budget Prices." benefits. Officers and directors of the group (above) are left to us Curtis wan t keep his mind on the crab dinners
; for counting the loot he and Nip Saas and
right, front row John Demps president and director; Eugene Colson
.. expect to get out of the County for their tourist
vice president and director; Marion F. Marvin, president of the
bureau gimmick..Mrs. Hattie Dix Green Is
Starting SandaySTRAND ( ( New Deal Cab Co. and director and clerk of the Union; Charles Dob- com
muting back to Jai on week-ends from Tallahasseewhere
Opening i SoonNtw 'T son, chairman of the supervisory committee. Back row: Stonewal
4 she's attending FAMU school.
Scott chairman of the credit committee; Tony Miller, member of I
WASH-0-MAT committee James Stafford, Officer Alvin James may become heir to a large __
.' supervisory ; secretary of the supervisor
. f3an. :.-.. :" Robert member sum of the downtown real estate people come up
t. ;:: Due to Machinery Difficulties committee; Snow, of credit committee; and Mrs. Ann
'.' ;iv See Reeras ... tir :. i"b the Opening Date :14 Changed Sallette secretary with the company and director and clerk of the with the right price for his maaa's Beaver Streetproperty.
"" ...then he'll be as loaded as his fellow
... 'P in .-' *.- !e: q./!:> Proa June 28 to Sat.July 6.1963 Union.
r worker Officer
Marion (Tight) Massey..aad what's
; t. .EICULES ..i i 1k } } 2210 MYRTLE AVENUE Holiday Outing Miss M.E. RosierThe Pledges VowsSusie this about a cop going into the undertaking biz?

*' t > Y.4 (Between 12th & 13th) Uriah Portee, the TU-HN of the 'Colored Page'was
CAPTIVE-WOMEN f The 2-G Juniors Com- marriage of Miss E. Tolbert Boy-
.. .. : Roberts----> out on vacation in case you saw bin lounging
'" .< *.t ,.'c' ------Henry munity civic Club will Marsha F. Poster is announced lan-Haven and a 1961
Y around the ..
and Owner her T-T Bar. and don't get the wrong idea
d held their annual beach by parents graduate of New Stanton
Connie F'CiS .r ( ( outing July 4th at Mr and Mrs! Charles D. Senior High School. about the missing shopper under Vivian (Flame)

Little Talbot Island. Rosier Sr. of 1491 West While in high school Mrs Eutsay's edition staffers will bear

z in"FOLLOW ": Attention loversn The bus will leave,29tnV, Ninth Street to Alphonso Dean was reporter for witness that the missing chooper came out whileat
Sports -'
work on a tough pork chop..The quiet fox
of Mr. and Mrs. the school's
Dean son
and Chase at 8:00 a.m.
who into the Bus Bar
with the dreamy drops
Persons interested may Alfred Dean d Miami, treasurer of the Olivi
i 'N -14" '.. Florida.Mrs. H. Baldwin Y-Teen Club occasionally for a brew is Patricia Milford Brown
V obtain tickets from club
Tkillgloif Dotter of Ruth Brown the not-quite-as-young fox
:1 ; members. t 'Dean attended and vice-president of
: the Juliet Girls. in charge of said bar....

: .:_ Boris Karlott For the past two If you saw The Editor Sl, car-outslcfe Ed. Waters'
:fi, :. Races I Twist Contest! ; years
-.j \ : "Sti 9. eehte she has attended Fdward Centennial Bldg lastiMonday.; he wasn't con-
r .: Peter Lo1r1 ""' ; ; Waters College, where ferring with the Bishop; the Editor was a guest

.. .. ", ." :."',. she was a member of the lecturer to a Resource-Use class of which Prof.H. .
1st. 2nd & .3rd Prizes Given -
.. in I Myrjte Ateyan.a<$, da.msph. ne It 41468 Student Government Association James Green is instructor as well as progressive -
,,-,. )'. .-. July 4thAt and attendantto stuff.On .
i "THE RA YEN". SELECT OYSTERS PINT, $' 30 Miss Student Government the entertainment circuit, McKissick and crew

tnt d.flM all tradition I* bring yo. the (oil.wIe. MIciM t M-Y..... society editor of have some real good "new" flicks at the Strand.
and t Christopher's Pin New ierlin brtvttn MM "R" monthi.
the school's newspaper "Dr. No" played the Strand at the same time it

"BATTLE BEYOND APALACHICOLASHELL assistant dean of played downtown. Currently "Hud" with Paul
10th t Annual OYSTERS with That Sea"T alllOthe$5.Cft pledges and chaplin of Newman'.iapl8Jinl'Jd'HUcrJ is a very new release.Tom .

THE SUN" ,. ,.........- "- Vogue XIII and presi- Hargraves i the YMCA is sending out S 0 S s.
.'. BLUE OCEAN FLASH flOIN dent of the Progressive The 'Y' needs a couple of hundred dollars to reacha
; BREAM L6. 29C MAINE $119 Young Women's Club. goal of $6000. A donor is matching every dollar

SkyvfewDriveIn ; (UN IO-LB. LOBSTER Mr. Dean expects to receive they raise. If you have anything to put in the

J.F .' Contestants From LOTS)-LB. 25C ..I..r I fer Lo"ster Cour.m his B.S. Degreein kitty call Tom at the James Weldon Johnson *Y* on
:-: Fry$.t" '- ''' Business Administra Cleveland Road.
< KING RABTillEGS. Lb. SPOTS :::: lb. 29c
{ Georgia & FloridaSERVING $1.25 tion by August from Ruby Jones and Marion Davis had a "bon voyage"
"Three', e nresR ; YELLOW TAIL SALT
,:, SNAPPER ..lit. MUllET ROE 8ge Edward Waters College.He party the other night in honor of Jacob Wright
Audit Murpfii Western: FLOUNDER ..LIt. u. ,, was a member of the And Robert Davis, oft-the FDR. Fellow shipmatesand
CATfiSH Lb. 4JC; Business Fducation their laxly frieudtf'all took part iifthVlfti?
"6 BLACK HORSES"rr Bar-B-Que Pork Beef, and Goat KING MACKERELSTEAKS MULLET U. 29c Everyone was there but "Big Daddy." Folk wondered
.... Lb. MEDIUM Enters HospitalMrs. ,
what happened to him. The FDR pulled out Mondayfor
7 WAYS Your Favorite Cold Drinks MULLET 2Dc Betty McNair qf
SHEEP NOSE 35c a six-month dry dock stay in N. Y.
LANCE 1218 Cleveland, entered
FROM SUNDOWN""THE Things are quiet on the AME battlefront. Par-
A Thrill You Can't SALT WATER MULLET 29c Duval Medical Center
Afford to Miss! LI. tisans on both sides recently returned from Detroit -
BREAM 35c Thursday for treatment.She .
Lb. STEAKASH 59c where they placed their respective cases
WILD AND Come One Come All You are invited to j DRUM 29c LId.4 A...w.tT. L. Corinth is a Baptist member of Church First before the higher-ups of the church. Then there is

Christopher' Pier ----- New Berlin. Lb. talk about local Elder who could Dot be found,
THE INNOCENT" ." ...'thet, .... .s,. SI.. SHAD FillETS With R... I I.ctggc and serves with Cnyir 2. a him. '. ..., .
J Friends may visit her. cause he took .cI01/Sany..lth/ :
Things have come alive at Buster Ford s again.

Chick Minor is on the organ along with J. B.
Ledbetter on guitar and Gloria on the vocals. Sam

Douglas is emcee. Sam is still one of the most

versatile showmen in town.

!' BEST The Giradeau Brothers cheated the union and

performed the manual labor on the attorney

brothers new office on 15th and .Myrtle. Lee >Shaw

was the overseer.....'IncideataU,, Lee is'expect
ing a new little public defender any day.feee

t Gonzales and his madam are hoping for a boy. If

% Shoppers' Guide VALU ES her it is to the play.fourth drums. girl Gene will have to teach

Word has reached us that our pal Willie Quarter-
man is seriously ill in the Lake City Veterans

A 'Dir.cfiry T. LMrfiHf Stores Offering The Very Best Bargains This Weekend Hospital. Quarterman was associated with The

... Tropicanna et al for years and most recentlywith
Silver Star. Drop him a card or letter at
r The 'STAR Recommends .The: ,Listings Below As The Best Buys In This Area. the hospital.

*'" ; Sympathy goes out to the Mackey family. Last

1; .?: : SHOP AND SAVE rites were held Wednesday for Joan, the only girl
in the family. Tis a pity that such a talented I

f j: : rose should be cut down before It had a chance

I HONCRIEF t EDGEWOOD to really bloom. But we are not the masters of

our souls nor controllers'of oar destinies, as

r F GraysOnf: Sl oss" Inc.The Shoe Nook Super Markets PO 5.9281i. Omar Good the news Tentmaker for all said holders"He of knows degrees.He ksew'.' !I

MEATY are tired of teaching school or the rat you are 1
.. '221' :=:L AURA.. STREET Jacksonville's Unique Discount 3 Its. 29C STEAK U. S. in, check Civil Service out. There Just may be f.
',; NECK BONES a government Job you can qualify for. Bade is
; L. 1 "? .. ..: Shoe Stores SALE! GOOD looking for persons with college training. *'s
; SUPS : : LARGE ROEMULLETS down this seek of )
looking for Negroes especially
';: l 1 15 119 LAURA ST. 150It SIRLOIN the woods. The pay. is better than teaefeiagv' it I,
or 89C
: ). ROUND-l t Dear Tutors don't feel glad too soon. Your
% Sl 4217 BUNDING BLVD. raise is only $350. Before yen get the ether

$100 or $200,* you oust pass the NIK. Red the law
5854 NORWOOD AVE. Potatoes RIB carefully and weep. I
1WIIK> ;: i fior ,It 79C The books are open.As James Bro_ .'..-, "Pi ewe. t

J' \JVIIJU"\; & _$$3JM; 1916 SAN MARCO WHITE Please. Please," go and register aew. I'

29CJIM A group has been farmed to help keep law and
PAJ Ji'h ;' 10 Ibs. SOLID order when the schools mix. ASSIST has pledged
; 100
; ; I
I- si.s e LARGE DISCOUNTS OM The DANDYGRITS OLEO itself to law and order. The qvestioa is not

; t', ....: .... ...... ... *t. 29C 1 I.b. whether or not yon believe in segregation or I
: : integration but whether you as a citizen ia oar
:< Fbtst Shoes For 5 is.( FRESH community want law and order preserved. If interested -
; 0
H '..,. .. :: 19. 0. Box 1M4.T ,
\t2 'Jti: 171 MIEN COLLARD C write ASSIST INC. P.
r Vcnnvtlle P1nrt A. _ _
,. i. o ,& > ; .,.,;.. J': '' :: ; SIP MEAL'29CFRESH GREENS 6ase1 There's NO CHAMET8

:- '.. .. r-or' : ;
; WOMEN. TURNIP Pit IllS Ir Pktiris

S i : ft.15: J5C ZV4l ill: til FlwMa Star
.f or : ,: CHILDREN OKRA GREENS 6aacb el Send or Bring Your

Social,Club or Church New
t'e : i; MONCRIEF Ti: Ffertti Star

ii.Yid: Off ( (8rlJ'lg: This AD And. Save PLENTY OF LARGE YE- CRABS 2323 Moncrief RdjObr. 13th

r fiO GAUGE ,- FROM HOW UNTIL JULY 4th Before 5 p. a, Tueadays

./. 15 KNUR>' '::-,=:;tWIY"., .. :"MN' ,, ;i15.! Additional ) All Prices Good Until 4th Of July I of f you your want affair photos, call made

--; < El 4-6782*

,. .. .. --"" '.:;'.'::, J....:; IJ-." .: }:r."; ;
'. '

...... j
........ = -
:-- -------- ---

Full Text
xml record header identifier 2008-10-21setSpec [UFDC_OAI_SET]metadata oai_dc:dc xmlns:oai_dc http:www.openarchives.orgOAI2.0oai_dc xmlns:dc http:purl.orgdcelements1.1 xmlns:xsi http:www.w3.org2001XMLSchema-instance xsi:schemaLocation http:www.openarchives.orgOAI2.0oai_dc.xsd dc:title The Florida star.Stardc:subject Newspapers. -- Titusville (Fla.)Newspapers. -- Cocoa (Fla.)Newspapers. -- Brevard County (Fla.)Newspapers -- Floridadc:description Publisher: P.E. Wager, 1880-<1882>.Published at: Cocoa, Fla., Nov. 1, 1912-.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-50006-05Funded in part by the University of Florida, the Library Services and Technology Assistance granting program of Florida, the State Library and Archives of Florida, and other institutions and individuals.dc:publisher S.W. Harmondc:date June 29, 1963dc:type Newspaperdc:format v.dc:identifier (OCLC)2071719 (ALEPH)dc:source University of Floridadc:language Englishdc:coverage North America -- United States of America -- Florida -- Brevard -- Titusville ; CocoaUnited States of America -- Florida -- Brevard -- Cocoa.United States of America -- Florida -- Brevard -- Titusville.North America -- United States of America -- Floridadc:rights All rights reserved. Board of Trustees of the University of Florida