The Florida star

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The Florida star
Uniform Title:
Florida star (Titusville, Fla.)
Alternate Title:
Place of Publication:
Titusville Fla
S.W. Harmon
Creation Date:
July 6, 1963


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


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

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University of Florida
Holding Location:
University of Florida
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Copyright Florida star. Permission granted to University of Florida to digitize and display this item for non-profit research and educational purposes. Any reuse of this item in excess of fair use or other copyright exemptions requires permission of the copyright holder.​
Resource Identifier:
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34175599 ( OCLC )
AKR0018 ( NOTIS )
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Indian River star (Titusville, Fla.)
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Indian River star (Cocoa, Fla.)


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-l' jEGREGA TED SC H 00 Lk4't r.OOO-member Chamber of Conrrrce and the

City Council tlu two bodies passed :nesoju-

...,... tions Thursday, June 20th, calling :.fc'r tie
\ ,;. .. * * * * ** *.* SegregationIssue elimination of segregation in all of the

( City's MrJrf: : and public facilities.In .
Randolph Victim Of. Race Violence of .. .
Causes ; the hi tcrj'ally. * *

i\: Causes S: ") f C :, -.3, > iAbs'F' .- : : Open Break : 4 I Iy Florid signific&nt.--thp JIIte--forfor strongly t ime.all.we At remind the same I'M
',. 'EntbarassmeMt- : ): : '" ;.I.: :1-;:f worded resolution stated.C' itizens that equal
t 1 ATLANTA Because of -
TQ NewsmenWAFNINGTON -- .. its belief in 'equal rite: ts implies equal r.
: Its refusal to admit the rights for all citizens; spc-nsibilitie'

(ANP) > .son cf a Negro the in government by law Pledges of ec;,cal em-

A. Phillip Pandclph president .' '. '; Episcopal hiurop of rathe thin by nen; and ploymeni opporluni ties In
of the Brotherhood .:: i Atlanta has withdrawn we all believe that what city employment eiri' total
of Sleeping Car 1
Episcopal Church sup- is morally right is desegregation of all city
Porters and dean of the
port'implied or of- "
-r econc D it ally sound. facilities including
; Negro Civil RIghts lead-
ficial--of Lovett School
The resolution further swimming pools were in-

ers was an unrecognizedman Rt. Rev Randolph R. f called on 'all persons eluded in the City. Cbun-

I Saturday, when he \JI
L Claibcrne Jr. announced
e and institutions to face ell resolution to takeur
i came to Join some 30 .., .. the resignation of head
to the moral respcnsi- effect iewediifelybility

!1 civil rights leaders from master Rev. James R. of equal rights t. .. .
I across: the nation in a L : McDowell recently sub- STANDING UP FOR FREEDOM---This youngster sniper Kiills'

meeting with the President mitted to the board of gives graphic testimony to the fact that California To

'.: trustees. McDowell is to the fight for freedom is everyone's bat- Govt. Attorney

if' Mr. Randolph entered the become headmaster of tle. This young recruit in freedom's army Doom BiasSAN
fhite House grounds alone Episcopal Church School was present at a mass NAACP rally in Jackson -
youre Negro lawyer returning -
through the Vest gate on Sewanee Military Academyin Miss. where slain Mississippi NAACP FRANCIFCO Plans from a part in

r, Pennsylvania Ave. Tennessee. leader Medgar Evers and others called for for an executive order Baltimore, was shot and

Others had arrived ahead continuing demonstrations banning discriminationby
A private school, against killed Sunday bj a
V of him in groups of two Lovett was affiliated segregated facilities in this center of any business regu- sniper in a speeding car

and three. and with each I with the Episcopal racist hatred. lated or licensee by the
.. on the BaltJ IIOre-"ftRhtn't-
Church by choice. Many state or under contractto ton Parkway a hi h speed ;

Under Indictment the state ,Wi\s.,.announced -
-itstrustees.are- 2- ore Cities roadway linking the two t
Episcopalians. here Monday"' ( "by-
\ cities.

T VICTIM---Shot in the heel of his foot by Earlier in the year Add Bi i -RacialMediation California chief executive Guinton L. Pav!.. 25 a !
Gov. Fdfflund G. '
refused to admit
one 'of a hail of bullets shot by a carloadof Lovett 1QP2 Howard UniversityLaw

\ white St. Augustine youths, is Joe Lee the son of Dr. Martin Grps.Lake (Pat) Brown. school graduate and
order would
Williams.The bullet went through his shoeon Luther King Jr. and Proposed employe: of the Federal I
after that time applica- revoke the licenses of Trade Commission, was
one side and came out the other. Three 3- Wales and Feraota 'i
tavern owners, barbers dead arrival at P r
tions of two other Ne- on
others who were with Williams outside communities in effortsto beauticians and others
General Hospital with a
Negro dentist Dr. Robert B. Hayling' groes. continue present f I
engaged in state regulated -
bullet wound in the head
home, were also hit. More Governors wholesome race relations for
refusing Davis was returning from It
(Another Photo on Page 7)Dentist's each prepared to to
serve Negroesor
Baltimore with his wife
Issue Orders organize bi-racial co r-
u' -where of any other Delia and tfr. and Mrs.
Home Shot AtAs mittees this eek.
"minrrity groups, Satt rfield, also of I
Banning Bias At Lake Wales the

arrival and cameramen photographers as he approached Racial Tension Rises FRANITOPT: Ky. (ANP) Ministerial adopted resolution 4ssociation Pair SentencedFor tterfleld, 28, who was
-- -- a
the door alone, Two more sweeping execu- driving told police the
ST. AUGUSTINE---While tourists from all urging the City CorlD Is- RobberiesCharged
second with its headlights
walking sj-ryly and tive orders banning car -
parts of the U. S. and other countrieswere sion to prpcint a biracial with armed
straight as a ran:roe racial segregation in shining brightly

Negro: reporters surrounding taking in the historical features of public places and in committee "t robberies during a June in his mirror. aped past ,

the door recog- this loudly heralded Ancient City the state-contracted busi- maintain the existing 27 hearing before them. and he lit....r" t
nized his iimrediately" an* groundwork was being laid Wednesday for nesses were issued last gcod relations between Criminal Judge A. Lloyd gunshotsOne I

hen he reached the door, the trim of four youths 3 Negro and 1 week by the governors ofKentucW WHITE member CITIZENS Byron Council de la the races.iu" Lake Layton, two local men of the shots shattered I

greeted him warmly end whiteinvolved in a shooting incident and Cnio. following Beckwith. 42-year old Wales. The resolutionwas were found guilt by the the car*8 left rear

enthusiastically ran-? which is a result of racial friction grow- similar previous' ex-mirlne and avcwed offered to the Commission court and received 10- window and struck Davisin I

dolrh then went inside ing out of demonstrations for lunch counter anti-bias action by the Tuesday night. year prison sentences the head The bulletwas
segregationist, was indicted -
Haines City Commissionwas
\ white cameramen cure desegregation and equal employment op- chief executives o; respectively recovered during an
Dortu ities.. Tuesday for the also commended for The defendants Douglas said
over to the Negro reporters : Indiana .2nd Minnesota.The autopsy, police
and nkpf! "who County Judge CharlesC. Hayling. a prominent actions of .the four June 12 sniper slayingof its recent proclamation Cald ell, 12. 2133 Mars No one in the car wan
Negro dentist has been Medgar Evers. NAACP calling for an end to
rrs hey"hpor Mathis ordered James governor came after a able to give a discrip-
field secretary, by the segregation
adviser to the NAACP
learning who he pas Jackson 20, a Negro White House conference tion of tar second auto-
Hinds County (Miss. ) Farasota
Youth Council which City Commission -
ther srrarbled! inside and James Riley Keeny, President Kennedy hel mobile or of its oc-

Knd sked epdolph' if he 19, white, both of St. has been picketing with eight governors re- grand Jury. A prosecutorsays Monday night ccpaats. After the shoot
be will ask for
Woolworth and McCrory's created a hi-racial
would come bad outsideand Augustine, held on cently. The President is ing, Fatterfleld drove
the death penalty council
variety stores. designed to
rerept his walk to felony charges for trying to persuade state Davis to a police stationin
Melvin Thomas, a 22- Elks Break 'mediate, compromiseand Washington where of-
the *hito I'ouse door-- shooting into an auto- government leaders and "

which Hr Pandolph did mobile with occupants.Two year-old Negro said businessmen to drop racial discuss inter- ficers called an ambulance -
that following a car Color lar racial problems affecting -
oblipingly Negro youths, Edward barriers to ease
This tire the cameras Anderson 21, and bumping by a carfullof racial ten&l bn. in the AMARILLO. Tex. (ANP) corn-unity Davis who graduated at
white he The body will consistof the head of his class
and youths wake of the swelling tide
fJsshcuns..hlrrrd and
Willie Gene Hold 17, The Texas State Association -
popped in a hevy of excitement are being held as accessories drove into the drive- of demonstrations by Ne- Improved Benovelent not more than eight ___ last year had been president -
who _
members are to be of the Student Association
of Dr. Hayling's racial in- -
and activity to the felony. way groes against Protective Order Flks of _
home. When he realized appointed within. 30 durint his .
A few of us chuckled judge Mathis fixed bond justices.The the world, recently held

along with the red-faced at $500 each for all that he was being fol- executive orders its 38th Annual Convention days. [OU[LA CALD senior year. le passedthe

lowed, he became fear- last week issued by Minutes of the group'smeetings District bar examination -
cameramen who realized four of the suspects.Two were ip this west Texas 1
ful and just turned off Govs. Bert Combs of are to be this spring, and
t they nearly missed recording white juvenileswere City and is credited 't'I I
furnished the
the arrival of returned to the his car lights and remained Kentucky and James A. with helping to break the City Commission portedly heist considered '

the oldest and greatestof custody of their parentsas out of sight Rhodes of Ohio. Combs and city's color bars of the and annual reports for a new job with the

America's living civil was 17-year-old Edward with his wife in the Phodes had attended theFMte city without incident. are required !J.R. Commission on Civil

car. House conference. Rights
rights leaders.Arrested
Lane jr. Judge Sues Dade For S50,000
Combs' order banned
Thomas related that an I
AtNero made an exception
in Lane's case, despitehis automobile with sev- segregation in all state- MIAMI-( Q---A 55-year-old electrician,jailed Believes In Signs

Pool listed age as 17 eral white youths licensed businesses and for a traffic violation has filed $500.000 damage

years. stopped in front of the professions. Phodes issued -. suit against Dade bunty and six county jailersas OFUViOC Pis. (AW) -

TALLAHARSFE -- Civil house and a brick a "cornrehersive"Executive the aftermath of a wierd jail cell freeforall. A "OHBg girl visiting
When Atty. Leander
rights protests in the Code for Fair here went to a department
Shaw, who representedthe thrown. The white boys
reverse were attemptedhere admitted Practices effecting all John G. Slattery claims he was severely beaten store tp buy a swim suit. i
3 Negro youths, they had their
last Sunday resulting state facilities com- about 3 a.a. April 3, in jail and as a result Selecting a blue ..e. she I
sought similar parental car outside Dr. Hayling's -
in the arrest of
panies under contract was permanently injured. Slattery charges the !ILLIF L CAVPBFLL tent off toward the
custody for Willie home in a Negrosubdivision Ii
three white Florida State
with the state public six Jailers "exceeded reasonable bounds" and VerbS Ct anc *liie: Lee dressing rooms narked"Colored"
Hold 17, but
students. Gene Judge
University "
places and employment, 21. 1159 Logan >> and 'It !
denied the brick-throw- in fact "beat him with fists kicked him with racrbell j
Mathis that
Arrested photographed explained referral and placement feet and used objects and instruments to beat Rt. were specifically THijr did you go to tit.Wn.De .
'ex-officio"juvenilejudge ing instead, they
fingerprinted and then service for private In- him severely." charged with the March dressing roam?"
released by local police he had jurisdiction claimed, that a colored
the wfee
salesgirl asked
'dustry public
or agen- However Lt. William Brodie originally reported 23rd $17, anred robberyof
were Miss Anne Hamilton over Lane. youth got out of a- cies. the girl apparently
that as he was passing Slattery's cell that Joe Bajalia. owner of
22 a senior biology maJor The shootup was staged nother car and shot at familIar with the
feed store at 302 W
night someone threw a full gallon of strong a
Je es Walker 20. an last Monday shortly before them. Street. Southern way of lit.'
cleaning fluid in his face.
English major; and 20- midnight when a The white youths left JOIN emerged.
When the jailers attempted to enter the cell, Both men were also
the but returned
year old math major John shotgun blast was firedat scene The customer replied
with other armed
Your Local they said later Slattery came'at the with amop charged
about 45 minutes later,
Parrot. a group of Negro 'I bought a colored
robberies which were
NAACP..Today handle, Sgt. Martin GreeD said he aDd
The trio denied being youths standing near the at which time a shotgun the court's bathing suit, where was
placed on
Slattery struggled and the prisoner .slipped
affiliated with blast was fired injuring -'
any doorway of Dr. Robert B. 'in"tive docket. I t supposed to.o so'n.
...... and hit his head."
rights groups. Hayling's home. Dr. (Coot d on Page 7)

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Published by the Florida "". '
Publishing Co. fj
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I r I' r'ki Gen. Robert
Vember( of Associated Negro Press" : ". ; Kennedy

ERIC I. SIMPSON L..............MMaiiif Editor : t: ." J3r fyf Asks Congress To Act On Rifhts I

ALYSIM E. WrE' .Hews Editor P Attorney General Robert F. Kennedy went

ILIA WHTEN.. ..................Circclatiei Hanagei to Congress Wednesday in the opening
round in the Administration's fight to
... rf' ;
MAIM OFFICE & PLANTs "- enact civil rights legislation in a supreme -

... effort "to correct a wrong that

.s 2323 Mticri'jf' Road.Phone ELfii i 4-6782 has been allowed to exist too long in our- "

p -EL 4-6783 society." I
The ,Attorney General told a subcowittee '
t U- of the House Judiciary Coaaittee that he )
P. I._ BOJ 561, Jacksonville 1, Florida idiL : fi
come to ask Congress, in

.SUBSCRIPTION RATES 2j the words of President Ken)1)

One I,'ear. $6.00 Half Tear $4.00 nedy, "to make a commitment lit
Hailed to Iou Anywhere In the United States
Subscription has not fully made in this
payable in Advance

,fA fiend Check or Money Order to: century to the propositionthat

II U J FLORIDA STAR P.O. BOX 561 '. race has no place in. ,: '\
Jacksonville: *!, Florida
4 American life or law. '

Gootfj Old Fovrtk Of July !I. "The Administration has SIMPSON

\ ,'1 The Fchirth of July--Independence Day! .' ,f', taken the Attorney General stated,
What a 'world of color, of drama, of his- "significant and far reaching action by
tory, those few little words bring to the exercise of executive power. Now it,<
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mind, : find especially to those of an age r is clearly up to Congress to bring its

who cam remember\ what the Fourth used to strength to bear."
i mean. Exerpts from Attorney General's

It was a day of fun, of course. There r--- Statement on Civil Rights .. .. it

I were giames; complete with prizes for young h ;a Legislation: "*:r .

and oLd alike, running the gamut from Your Weekly j ji "On June 11, the President .called..for"q.l.'.r .'_

three* legged races to shooting matches. .ate..-. action by all Americans to assure Negroes -

I There were the family picnics, and sturdy the full rights of citizenship.He .

old tsibles groaned under them. There were i Horoscope Guide asked for the same action at all levelsof

the fireworks, now banned almost everywhere government. And he asked in particularthat

except in formal displays, for I Congress "make a cownitnaent it has

safety' reasons. There were the orators-- By PABLO ,, The ASTROLOGERWHICH j not fully made in this century to the I

they ran the full gambit from good to indifferent proposition that race has no place in'1

to bad, but they all had one :. ARE YOUR LUCKY DAYS FORBUSINESS American life or law." 1

thing in common--dedication, passion, The 'bill before you today embodies thatr
pride in nation, its heritage, and its J I _ _: commitment. .. ." It.' '
future. There were in common dedication, Public Accommodations

passionpride in nation, its heritage, 3-30-33-17-72-372 ship, particularly when favorable to seek inter- 'Plainly places of public accommodation ,
Born March 21st tbru
andi l its future. There were the great brass April 19th CANCER' they are accompanied by vi3ws or recognition cater to the public. Obviously when ,

requests for cash or from official and indus- some members of the public are kept out i\\
bands, the members standing tall in their You can hardly go wrong Born June 22nd thru other favors. trial circles. il l!

/ piressed, polished uniforms. There were when you pattern your July 22ndIf solely because of the color of their .
thoughts and behavior 6-60-66-14-49-649 9-90-99-11-78-978
the roll calls of the towering names that after those of your their is something L IBRA skin, they resent it and their resentment !
bad provided leadership in molding and friends who are mature missing. despite the Born Sept. 23rd thru is justified.Says n

making a, nation-fi -,to_ stand with any naticaWashingtonMadison because of age and ex, glowing picture painted, Oct. 23rd Dec. 22nd thru Economy Suffers v ..
perience. From them, during the_precedingquarter '
you. 19th "' "
"' Jefferson there ere This quarter is not "The effects of discrimination iri1""" tj
y Monroe, are quite apt to learn opportunities likely to be very dif- Don't allow yourself to 1
in abundanceto
the value of be discouraged by what public establishments not limited
the Adamses, Franklin. And the patience. fill it in. Be par- ferent from the previousone are ,

flags, proud against the sky flew every moderation and all the icularly alert to calling for the use may have been apparent to the embarrassment and frustration ,
conservative qualitiesthat setbacks. With good will
where.We insure safety and openings to reveal what of the same techniquesthat on both sides there is suffered by the individuals who are its Jr I
is in your heart and you have found most
freedom from want. an excellent opening to most immediate victims. Our whole
still celebrate the Fourth. It s mind. There are indica- successful and profitable. economy -

Do not succumb to the tions that the should make the take up long-range pro- suffers.
still a national holuday. But something response You I
temptation to boast or .J ects where you left
should be all that you greatest headway during f
vital has gone out of it. Whatever the to make future commitments could possibly for. off. You may bring them Provisions Were Explained
hope the days that are con-
weaker particularly if It would be to closer to their finished Constitutional etc. --. r .
reaso .".the nation ,ispoorer, a pity sidered highly favorable ;.
the benefits state. You can obtain S
and smaller because of that. Times have you expectare permit these days to an.d replete wit Regulation Has Increased .
subject to litigation slip by without making glorious opportunities.Do ideas or inspirationfrom ..... -p..
changed. We have, grownprospered; learned or have not. yet' ,.I Q.11r.j1resence felt not overlook the friends who are SCHOOLS -
sophistications, enjoyed vast material been collected. You are where it will do the desirability of remain- intuitive or whose past 4-I
apt to be overoptimisticor most good. Modern ideas experiences may provide NGLiteracy
ing out of the limelightas
is the old the old
progress. But pride, overconfident. valuable precedents.
are more captivatingnow. much as possible, allowing .
I sense of faith in nation and in its des- 1-10-11-19-95-195 circumstances or 5-40-77-16-67-547 Test Cited

the old still with us? intermediaries to act in
tiny, courage, TAURUSBorn 440441668468LEO AQUARIUSBorn Use of Federal Funds
Each must answer that question for him- vour behalf. Jan. 20th thru

self. But let him ponder deeply and April May 20th 20th thru Born July 23rd thru 7-70-77-13-37-731 Feb. 18th Test For MississippiIt

honestly before answering as another Those of you who are Aug. 22nd SCORPIO The procedures that

Fourth..comes near. connected with the arts .? The, .!mood, that_ is on you Born Oct. 24th thru have for always in worked the past well is a.. matter. for_... regret"_ that a Missis- I ...
and sciences will be >which demands no inter- .- Nov 22ndIt you sippi man charged. with the-shot-in,tbfir;
OUR FRIENDSCAN happy to find that their ference from any source should not be discardedin -v
has long been recog- favor of others with back murder of NAACP worker Medgar Eversat
analytical and ,inventive whatsoever will finally .
IURY US powers are wonderfully lead you to'the spot nized that the listeners which you are not famil- Jackson May 12 was arrested by the
learn much more than
iar. You have excellent
i The United States is in greater danger of activated. It may take that meets with your ap those who make a habitof opportunities to Increase FBI, rather than by Mississippi officers.
the love of an unusual proval. There are unusual -
being buried economically by its friends person to bring them circumstances monopolizing the con- your reserves Granted that the FBI has greater resources

than by its enemies. That is the view of out in all their re- perating in the versation. This is your substantially through of investigation, many citizens
This should time to play an audient extra effort unexpected
an executive of an American manufacturing splendency. shed financial department.And role registering every- collections or invest will wonder whether city and state police ,
to ,
encourage you you will have to be
company which operates on an interna- all your fears and inhibitions alert and quick to take thing that is of special ments that are now star- agencies exerted the same effort they would t
interest to you. The to better divi-
tional ,scale. accepting the action to benefit to come in con- ting pay have if a leader of the Citizens Council .
people you dends. You should not
The story is told by the fact that pro- prpffered Inspiration. the full extent pos- tact with will be most take any chances on the! had been shot from ambush. The Bavett Till '
those who others
For are more sible. The less and instruc-
ductivity in many foreign countries is materialisticminded.the know about what you are Job or with your well- case, in which two white men were freed of
tive, you may also meet being. No matter how
rising more rapidly than wages--and much alliances you now doing, the surer will be someone who may have sure and the murder of a Negro boy, even though the
form could become stepp hand and the more
more rapidly than here at home. For exam- ingstones to the your positive the favorable quite some influence in others may be in their circumstantial evidence was daaaing, remains -
formation of
ple, productivity increases from 1953 heights of your ambi- results. It would be the your arguments to make you in the national meaory.
views and habits in the change methods
your ,
to 1960 ranged from a low of 15 per cent tions. most unwise to confidein days to come. If you are stick to your own way, of White Mississippians as a whole certainlydo
2-20-22-18-84-284 anyone, even a person
in the United States to 29 per cent in called upon to display doing things. not condone murder, especially girder
GEMINI you love. talents or opinions, you
Great Britain, _, 53_-,per cent in West Ger- -Born May'21st thru'.' "- ,5-50-55-15-53-513 should not hesitate. 4-90-22-17-85-492 from ambush, even though the victia My bea

many 58 per cdnt in Italy and 71 percent ---'"June' 21st -" VIRGO PISCESBorn Negro and crusader for civil 'rights.

in Japan--due, in large part at leastto Someone may be trying Born Aug. 23rd thru 860S8I229829SAGITTARIUS Feb. 19th thru The guilt or innocence of the FBI' 9 suspect I..
to borrow a huge sun or Sept. 22nd March 20th
automation.The .
imaginative Born Nov. 23rd thru Byron de la Beckwith, 42-year-old
to get you to underwritean 'This second quarter may Love is wonderful.
word automation is comparatively enterprise that is contain even sore Dec. 21stIf There seems to be little fertilizer salesman and Citizens CmNMSll ,

new, but the principle is ancient. It fajrjfrom a lure -thing, numerous opportunitiesto yon have fallen in the way. to prevent It member,cannot be judged outside the court-

to do the eveJt..1r..the; surface in?> make a splash in your short of your nark coming cut in full
simply means finding ways same room. The evidence against hia reported
dication'a.belie.-this social and intellectual during the previous bloom unless you find
job, or a better job, at less cost, and in belf.: would -o cirxlen. people are quarter this should the cost of cultivating thus far is his fingerprint on a rifle

a shorter period of time.The concern whic well-to- confine- :your-ac quite apt to rush up to serve as challenge it beyond the capacityof found near the killer's hiding place

tivities and expejidl-_ support a1r views or rather than a deterrent. your pocketbook to
fails to meet the competition, whether it and the fact that the telescopic sight on
tures to the bettcramt'of your aspirations to There are numerous opportunities absorb. Too say. have opportunities -
operates in domestic markets or world your skills home environment --' reach the top. Cultivate indicatedfor galore to the gun had been traced to hi.. This is

markets, sees its trade go elsewhereandthat' and y our economic 'friendly t relations by you to argue your indulge la sentiment and certainly enough to warrant his arrest.
position. Splendid elng"seen and heard case and to break down to chow t"%ens of your
s that. affection How vigorously Mississippi authoritiesnow
occasions to make star where prominent people all the resistance to ar future la-

The labor_'unions which oppose automation, tling headway. In these. gather. It looks as if your requests for tentions. It Is posaloib move in the prosecution of this cage
for those whc oe
Bay m
OB the grounds that it would destroy jobs, directions are offered. you can do no wrong on capital or recognition. the timid side, that the will be, in the nation's eyes, a test of t
The risks of making an any of these days, unless Tour Judgement Bay be
are taking a potentially suicidal posiv prospective partner will racial justice in the Deep South. Por the '
error especially if you you allow your Impaired or yon nay
tion. In the long run, automation, what- are under pressure troll .S&egative Qualities to lose control over ymr furnish the opening fora sake of justice and the South, let as hope

partners or acquaintances "take! over entirely. feelings (10th-12th). complete understanding
ever it has been calledhas always created that Mississippi passes the test.
seem to be quite Question flattery or Consequently, choose ,
more, better-paying Jobs. pronounced (10th-12th). protestations of friend only the days. listed as 3-70-22-19-65-384! (Taapa Tribune,


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W ll N..WIl.I'5 Ntxt Gateway Barracks Popular t I P retiCl1 National WMIMS

t .; To Close CharterDuring I Vows
: Council Supports
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t I. <' ...: '". July Meeting
.: & .; : Barracks 3131. Fla C.
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"E Auxiliary,
'j' "# .'\ its Ladies
,, ,,. Affliated Florida Clubs
.: .;;. are urging all membersand '
I of the National Council
; \, persons qualified to
of Negro Women lac.
the organization to
join :
j: hare been asked by theorganization'
attend the Charter clo-
s national
I p. sing which will feature
1 Saturday's meeting at president, Mrs. DorothyI.
'-:- Height to take' part
4J. : .L ,
2 p.m. in Brooks Community '
: .- -' in a 'conquer Uterine
L Center, 1408 4'' ,,,,, ,
Cancer Program" plan
\ : 1 1P Tyler Street.On M.1 '. which the Florida Divi-
July 4th a record ,
':;'':' sion of the American
LT '
turnout of members and
1 Cancer is
Society making
..- guests attended a holi-
rl1ri-' available to all wosea's
day outing at Buddy
....". Brown's 2126 Danson St. p
.. Amon other women's
\ residence where barbe-
'. '. clubs which
: are plaaaing
que and plate dinnerswere
to use this plan as a I
I I served throughoutthe
a special project this
I J '
..' day.
.; it' are the National
'". ..: year :
.!.>.. '.'" : '.) Commander J.S. UrvingSr. j.
Council of
t Catholic women -
.: ; ; : is urging persons Pilot's Club International -
I ;.J:'! qualified to Join the
t' a numberof
Barracks from nearby
;i Garden Clubs.
.1...._ '
W' : cities and towns in
.AI ->'" Any Woman's Club or
l' '
order that pension interested
: i' legislation for World
,. /, in this 'Conquer
:'., "' >1- War 1 vets and their dependents '
; : ; ;( "" ,1/1 Uterine Cancer' plan
-f. .
,$.' will
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: '. *' may get complete information -
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wider in
recognition .
,, .. : witfiout cost.
.:t" 1>',,;,. Washington this fall. from any of the American
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Enters Hospital. Cancer Society six-
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teen district offices.
Mrs. Betty McNair af \ ., "
-.j 1218 Cleveland entered ""': ;%< J'.r .:',.. ._, ....;, ,I They are listed in the
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I Duval Medical Center > R, #" ,t ., '.i \;.. ii; ...'. -,; regular white pages of

) PILLOW CASE CAPER IS COMING, reports Tintex Color Council--a fad Thursday for treatment.She MATRIMONIAL CELEBRANTS---In an impressive early evening ceremony celebrated telephone directories in '
of surf-side fashions made from discarded pillow cases and dyed is a member of First key Florida cities.
Saturday June 8 at 6:30 p.m. in Grant Memorial AME Church, Miss Sheila Mae
in sun burst colors. At top is 'slip-over'! with patterned effect Corinth Baptist Churchand Collins became
the bride of Otis
M. Sims Jr. Rev. T. s. Johnson, pastor, officiating
created by tie-and-dye technique. At bottom is midriff and serves with Choir 2. during the double-ring ceremony. Lilly Of Valley

bikini, each cut from pillow cases.: Friends may visit her. h!

Group Touring Jaxon Attends SOCIALLY SPEAKiNGUIIVYARU Nurses Call Club Meets July 8

* * * *
The Lilly of the Valley
Western States Nurses Clinic 10
By LOUISMr ,u. Meeting July Social Savings Club will

Members of the Les ATLANTA Ga. -- Doris hold its regular meeting
and set member and outstanding 1962 graduate of Fisk
Mrs. Adrian L. Oliver of 1124 West
t f Quatre Voyageurs Club Peters Brown of Jackson- Mrs. Berneatha Terry Monday, night< July 8th in
i Twenty-first Street are among persons touring University. Keren, who weighed 3-pounds, 13
namely Mrs. W.V. Scarborough ville and the school of president of the Licensed the home of San Fussell
!rope this summer. ounces at birth and has gained considerably. Both
517 Church St at R
Practical Nurses
of Isaiah Blocker nursing at Florida A&M Guild p.m.
The Olivers embarked from New York last weekendand mother and daughter are doing fineaccording
School; Mrs. Phillip University attended a Is calling all nurses of All members are requested -
are expected to return to the country earlyin to Bishop Gibson Dr. Winbush is a member of theA.
; Nelson, of Bond Flemen-, regional workshop ,in the city to attend a to be present

I ;I tary. Tallahassee; Mrs. maternal and child August. and T. College faculty in Greensboro, N. C. meeting at the home of since the agenda will

i Davis Mathis of Blocker} health here at Fmory .... .... '- era... .t.. .... '.... .at. ,.... .... .... .... .. .. Mrs. Mary Palmer. 1531 W. contain a number of
i', and Mrs. co nine Scott of University last week. 3rd Street; Wednesday matters needing urgent

west Jacksonville Fle- Co-sponsored by Fmory July 10th from 7 p.m. attention.The .
.J I. mentary, recently left University and the Mrs. Essie McCray Silva of 2018 College Circle, A former Jaxon who renewed acquaintances with until 8 o'clock Lilly of the Valley

South, is confined to Brewster Hospital as the( hometowners was New York City resident, Mrs.
Ii for a tour of the west- Southern Regional Education Plans are to be made for (Club was a recent guestsat
II coast and mid-western Board the weeklong result of an automobile accident.! Minnie Dawson Harold, niece of Rev. B. G. Dawson, the entertainment of the a highly entertainingsocial

{ states. workshop was supported Mrs. Silva is a well-known figure! who attended the recent Class of 1933 reunion at visiting delegates of the spans, red by Mrs.

The itinerary will include by a grant from in social and civic circles, and! F stanton Senior High School. Mrs. Harold was the 13th annual state conven- Ann Fowler, 691 North

f New Orleans the Children's Bureau of is employed by the Jacksonville] house guest of Mr. and Mrs. Charles D. Rosier of tion, convening In the Lincoln Ct. There were

t\ Pasedena. Beverly Kills the United States Department Recreation Department. 1491 9th St. Mrs. Harold, prominently known in New Robert Meyer Hotel. plenty of delicacies.

Hollywood Disneyland of. Health_ Edu- Friends may visit her at Room! York's musical circles as an outstanding contralto I

I' San Francisco Santa cat on'and-welfare:1, : __" 223. h f .MRS7 SILVAI soloist, sang during' services. at St. Stephen and nowitPepsIfbi'
Rosa, the Petrified Faculty members from extend humble apologies to Mr. and Mrs. Leon Payne 1.pel.ui: Churches. She is expected to return -

I' Forest Napa Valley in 50 baccalaureate nursing James Old am, Jr. newly weds of Atlantic Beach. to Jax this fal' where she will be featuredin

California; Salt Lake programs in the South Last week's account of their wedding ceremony a recital. Others making Mrs. Harold's stay those who

City Denver then on to attended the meeting.Its erroneously gave the name of Herbert Griffin as here more pleasant were Mr. and Mrs. Frederick think

Chicago for a week' purpose was to help best man. Roger Marsh, a'Tennesseean, served the Wesley, Mrs. Elizabeth Meuse, Mr. and Mrs. C. D. young

t stay before returning baccalaureate program groom in this capacity. Rosier, Mrs. Frances T. Johnson, Mrs. Varnell E!

Hunter Perry., Mrs. Betty Shipp and sister Miss
:., home. I ... .... iii. .. .. .... .... Thelma Johnson. r

flustlne La lVlar_ Mrs. Marion Samuels Floyd, granddaughter of Mr. .... .... .... .... .... .... 9 i iI i
; and Mrs. L. .Avelihe, has recently been appointed I

;11 fashion patternIi : to represent the United States in an International Mr. and Mrs. James Reaves of 1651 W. 19th St.

", Seminar to be held in Japan July 7- honored Miss ,Eleanor Simmons with a luncheon in I

1 ,i August 25. The appointment was made by the A- honor of her recent graduation from NorthwesternHigh
: ,1\ I" ""
.' { ":H." /'.; merican Friends Service Committee.Mrs. School. The daughter of the Harry Simmons,

t r.j. ;: Floyd is one of three Americans selected to the honoree plans to enter Florida A. and M. AJKY

... participate in the seminar. Other representatives University this fall. Other members of the SI m-
H' "
<"", ')} i 1 will come from India, Pakistan, The United I mons family completing another year at collegewere

... Kingdom. Vietnam, The Philippines, Hong Kong, : Barbara, a senior at Bethune-Cookman Col- ..
I ,
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J I Taipei Tunghai, Korea, Indonesia and Austria.Mrs. lege where she majored in Chemistry and was Dean

J Floyd is a graduate of Boylan-Haven School, of Pledgees of Zeta Phi Beta Sorority and was

.t J.t Bennett Cdlege, and Syracuse University. She is equally prominent in other organizations. Her

.tI employed by the Broward runty Board of Public brother Harry Is a Junior at Howard Universitywhere = :

I Instruction, Ft. Lauderdale, Florida. he is majoring in Architecture Engineering.

She is an active member of Ascension Presbyterian Harry made the Dean's List in his Freshman year,

Church and professional organizations in the Ft. won the Sophomore award in Architecture and was .

i Lauderdale area. The state competence award to. elected president of the Strollers Club. He i s

meritorious teachers and the YMCA recognition to a member of Kappa Alpha Psi Fraternity. .- r

advisors of student organizations are among her .

r acoollO 1 i shmen ts. f.*. .. .. .... .... .... ....

,4 rI The Chat 'N Sew Club of Jacksonville, headed by

) .' had Mrs. Floyd as a guest
I Mrs. Gladys Strayhorn, Slate Detroit TourThe
;: at a recent seasonal affair. Mrs. Floyd was also

f ,. >. ".'. a guest of Fla Jax Club, Inc. at a special invitation Jax Housewives of the regular fare to People are In the mood for fun these

; '! 'Y ." '_ 1 from Mr. and Mrs. Raiford A. Brown, Sr. League of America Inc. Detroit days-and! part of the fun Is Pepsi. I

will sponsor a Greyhound; "
i \ -', .... .... .... ... .... .... Bus trip to Detroit Fersons desiring to And nothing drenches your thirst PSICOU"BRANDED

\\t Michigan July 20th. The make this triP are asked like a cold,inviting Pepsi. ,."

1 Bishop Sadie Gibson: announce the birth of her trip will last 7 days. to call one of these
three numbersFL 4-6685 So think young-say"Pepsi, pleuel"Y
;0. 1" first grandchild, Karen Gibson Von Wimbush, born and the round-trip fare
.. ..
FL 3-OP32; EL 4-4171. .w."r.-w-aw.r wnw.ww. .r. .nr. w"wwt
June 2 in Greensboro, N. C. to Dr. and Mrs. will be only one-half ..

Samuel Von Winbush. Mrs. Winbush is the former

'" Zeta E. Gibson, wellknown Jacksonville younger- 1

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)Ho.R, -l46 BIRTHS It covers Gray HairWm.

Sizes 12.20 I ]. Brawtt't LlqaM
Eau Denna

Mr. and Mrs. Allen Rose; Hair ColorerWill
Striped fabrics are so varied and fresh locking 1305 Bridier Street; .
hair ia 10 to
that it' a Joy to find a charming cover gray
this season, s Girl. 20 minutes. No pack. No
I casual, designed to make the most of striped Mr. and Mrs. Aaroo Lock- mess. Anyone can put it mat .. If000t

fabrics.This slim sheath features lap-over bodice ley; 4212 Etta Street; Learn soft and lustrous

front line. Smart, buttoned detail in ,ace and Boy. WILL NOT TURN HAIR _i

skirt further enhances the use of stripe. Select M r. and Mrs. Milton It will not REDDISH rub off it stays

a woven., printed or embroidered stripe in silk, 626 Kentucky Lane; Boy. on several mouths. Shampooing

cotton, linen, or one of the new blends. Mr. and Mrs. John w. nent, sea waving bathing, curling sun perms or
Price $1. No. R-146 is available in sizes 12, Webster; 2328 Thanes straightening iron nothing

14, 16, 18, 20. Size 14 takes 3 1/8 yards of Street; Girl. takes any gray it You no matter can cover how r

ti 35-inch fabric. Allow an additional K f yard for Mr. and Mrs. Calvin stubborn or bow caused
1 Standard body measurements McQuade BLACK stays BLACJC.WONDERFUL .
Batching stripes. Williams; 2155 FOR w .

for size 14 are: Bust 34. Waist 26, Hips 36. Street; Girl. VOUCHING UP / *
Send One Dollar for pattern, plus 5 cents for Mr. and !Mrs.\ Eddie L. Dots Not tatrrfere With / {
Permaarat WaTiaf '
postage, in cash or check. No stamps. For first Randolph; 1511 W. 33rd CAUTION: Use as ireete4 : I

class mailing, send 15 cents extra. Add One Street; Boy .a label. Caters.: Black. Dark .__ ; I
Brew. Medium .Brown.Prtee
Dollar if you wish NEW AUSTINE LA MAR FASHION Mr. and Mrs. Mathew per tax SUt gin s w e a ,

Pattern Book II-complete selection of High Walker; 1269 W. 20th Federal tax

Fashion designs. Send to AUSTINE LA MAR Fashion Street; Boy. I i I I I

Pattern, Florida Star News, Box 1615.. G.P.O. Mr. and Mrs. Joe Irvin; DIXIE PHARMACY, Beef at i i1" its Best co VEF1M/p4T

New York 1, N. Y. Print your full name address, 1429 Morgan Street;
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pattern number and size. Ii i rl. !

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i About People it : .. '" Will Mrs.I E.Present L Riley (A Cliii C HNEWS

Mrs. Lula Perryaond, her daughter Miss Fannie July I 14 ProgramChoir

I Parrncnd and grandson Larry Lewis have returned

I to their home in Lul kin, Georgia after spending 1 of New Brooklyn

several days. here as house guests of Mrs. Willie tv Baptist Church will

Mae Dumas at 1151 Milner St. Mrs. Dumas is the sponsor a getacquaintedprogram
, sister of Mrs. Perrynond.; July 14 at 3 p.m Deacon Monroe Patterson will be the guest speaker -
in the auditorium of July 15 at 3 p.m., in Mt. Tabor Baptist Cbvreh

\ .... .... .... .... .... .... the church, Mrs. L.E. for the anniversary of Districts 2,3.4.5 aad 8.

Riley. organist and director Mr. Patterson is a member of Friendship Baptist

iIIi'I Members of the Housewives' League of Jacksonville announced. The Church where he has served as superintendent of

,, 4 are Baking preparations to sponsor a trip to Y! church is located at the Sunday School. He is affiliated with several

Detroit.Michigan July 20 by bus to attend the Na- 2207 W. 45th Street.Participants religious and civic organizations.

tional Housewives League of America, Inc. Persons Lr / will include -

;. desirous of Baking the trip Bay contact Irs.I ;d : Choir 1 and Gos- -0-0-0-0-

,Thomas McGee, 2046 Venus St. for information. pel Chorus of Philadel-
The Senior Choir 1 of Emanuel Baptist Church
phia Baptist; Mrs. Bar-
.... .... .... .... .... .... bara Walker, Mrs. Ernes- will sponsor its annual Friendship Tea July 7,
at the church. Mrs. Eliza R. Perry and others
tine Poole. Choir 1 of
i i'' eRr will appear. Mrs. Jessie Montgomery is chairman.
The Seminole culture Club will sponsor its annual -
outing to Little Talbot island July 6. The Choir 1 of Mt. Herman .t.. .... .... .... .... ....
I iI i : bus will leave 13th St. and Myrtle Avenue at Baptist; Mrs. Henry Miller -

9 E.B. ; Eighth and Myrtle at 9:20 turn.Eighth a Choir 1 of Friendly
Rev. Preston L. Walker
pastor of the GreaterSt.
Baptist Mrs.
and Francis at 9:25 Davis and Arch at ; Agnes
Joseph Baptist Church of Philadelphia Pa. ,
Hartsfield Choir 1 of
9:35 a.a.; Jessie and Florida Ave. at 10 a.m.
f Mt. Bethel is in the city for several days after having
Tickets Bay. be secured from members at the bus
stops. Archie Bruce, Miss attended the funeral of his sister in Gainesville -

, Frances Lowery Mrs. Florida. Rev. Walker is the former pastorof

\, .... .... .... .... .... .... Lucile Lowery and the First African Baptist Church in Green Cove
president, Mrs. Daisy Springs and will be remembered by his many

Foster. friends as the sponsor of several gospel pro-
Dr. and Mrs. E. W. loo ten, Jr. and sons of
Mrs. Fannie Bradford grams. He is the house guest of his cousins, the
Cleveland, Ohio, are vacationing here with their
will serve as the narra- Aliens of West 15th Street.
parents, Mrs. Rosa Lee Woo: ten, 2211 North Myrtle tor.

Avenue and Mrs. T. Richardson of Moncrief Road.
The entire program-will -0-0-0-0-

I .... .... .... .... .... .... be presented in song.
! THE 15th ANNIVERSARY program of the Gospel Echoes was celebrated The closing remarks will The annual Women's Day at the Church of God

I Sunday night, June 15th at 8:30 o'clock in Elks Audi- be given by Rev. E. Mil- in Christ,1329 Francis Street will be observed
j Mrs. Elaine Kitchings, secretary at Stanton torium, 712 W. Duval St. Special guests were- : Prof. James ler. July 15. A program will be presented at each

High School, is attending summer sessions at Cleveland, choral director and arranger from Chicago, Ill. major service. Elder C. D. Kinsey pastor, is

4 Florida A. and M. University. She is the wife and the Cleveland Singers of Los Angeles along with the Biven Fountain Chapel requesting the support of members aDd friends in

of Coach Earl Xi tchlngs, Sr. of Matthew. W. Specials who opened the program. Other talent includedMrs. this celebration. <-*

Gilbert School.'J... Ethel Davenport Bannister, the Celestial Singers, Deacon

,Solomon Timmons, Brother Andrew McCall, 'Mrs. Thelma Edwardsand AME ChurchFountain .
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the Zion Grove Singers who served as hostes and hostesses.

Elder R.L. Lairber of Brunswick, Ga. ," Mrs. Clara Man of PalatkaMrs. Chapel will observe Deaconess Board 1 of Mt. Tabor Baptist Church
The Seminole Culture Club will sponsor its annual a Love Feast Friday
Laura Jackson, Manager Irene Bivens, Deacon James Byrd will celebrate its
45th 21
anniversary July
outing to Little Talbot IslandJuly 6. The bus night at 8 p.m. in the
and Adrian K. Knight also featured the program. The cele- at 3:30 p.m. in the auditorium of the church.An .
will leave 13th St., and Myrtle Avenue at 9 a.m. ; church auditorium, Rev.
brants membership includes Mrs. Caretha M. Byrd, Miss Ozzie
invitation has been extended to all deaconesses -
Eighth and Myrtle at 9: 3) a.a ; Eighth and Francisat F.W. Jones, pastor an-
Reed, Bobby Fields, Percy Jackson Phyllis F. Kohn Smith, and the public to be present.00 .
9:25 a.II.; Davis and Arch at 9:35 a.m. ; Jessie Little nounced.
Pearl Reed and Jacqueline Inez Fort pianist.
IM and Florida Avenue at 10 a.m. Tickets may be secured Sunday School begins at ... ...
from the members and at the bus stops. Progressive 9:30 a.m. Morning service .u-u-
V Baptist Convention
Woodlawn Presbyterian begins at 11 a.m. Rev.

I ......................... Jones will deliver the Mrs.; E.D. Bannister JOHNNIE'S HOTEL
Convenes July 23 28 In 2nd BaptistThe
sermon. Communion will FREE TV IN EVERY ROOM
To Stage Annual
Mrs. M. L. Johnson, one of Jacksonville's noted 48th annual session of the Progressive Baptist be administered by the 741 h W. Ashl ey-Jax,Fla.

i I churchwomen, was recently elected president of State Sunday School and BYPU Convention, BY L.N. PEARSON SR. pastor.At Gospel ObservanceMrs. For Reservations Call

f 1' Pallbearers Society 216. Mrs. Johnson is coming auxiliary to the Progressive Baptist State COn- Olin Pearson will make 3 p.m. the pastoris Pi -40?5tED'S
vention of Florida, will .be held in the Second asking Stewards and F. D.
into the new position with a wealth of experiencein his report from the Bannister.
presiding over gatherings after serving from Baptist Church, July 23-28, Rev. J. C. Sams, Music Department of the Stewardess Board membersto Jax1 'First Lady of SHOE REPAIR
host pastor, G. W. Scott and Rev. Leon T. Freeman, accompany him while he Lady of Gospel "
time to time in various positions in the church. church Friday, July 5th. Songs. Shoe RepairingOf
pxesidents.Executive Board meets Tuesday at 10 a.m. at 7:30 p.m. in the administers Communion to will stage a mammouth

......................... The theme this year is the Progressive affili- Westminster Hut. All the sick and shutins. parade and gospel festi- Any KindIs

The Church's Responsi- ated churches at- members of the committeeand val Sunday at 8 p.m. .
may Plan 4 Day Cruise Our Business
bility to the Youth in July 14th in Civic Only
observe all concerned
tliaa:Alice Boston gospel soloist, will tend. Classes will be are j
her anniversary July 22 in the Queen Esther Church This Modern Society." held in: a near ,by schoolA asked to be present. The-YMCA""dult Program Auditorium: 845 Florida Avenue

of God in Unity, 1747 McQuade Street. Paul FOun- A program will be presented pre-welcome program Both the United and Travel Club are making -

tain will serve as master of ceremonies. daily under will be presented July Senior choirs are also plans for a four day ROYAL ART STUDIO 1
supervision of the of-
cruise to Nassau Per-
I 23. The host church asked to be present as
......................... ficials, choirs and through the leadershipof the rehearsal for Com- sons interested in 515 DAVIS STREET

ushers of the various its pastor Rev. J.C. munion service Sunday making the trip will Order Now at Reftced Prices
churches who will : I Ij
Mrs Louella Price is convalescing at her home, serve Sams will entertain the will begin promptly at leave Jacksonville by j i
during the five day Miami then to PHOTO CARTS
bus to on
738 I. Duval Street, after having surgery in a delegation and friends. 8:00 p.m. immediately '

local hospital. She is a member of Shiloh Bap- The presentation will following the report of Nassau by boat. ladividoals Family Grwps Chas
Official guest speakers The tourists leave July
tist Church, sings in Choir 1, president of Lily be highlighted by the Mr. Pearson from the
will be Fev. J. C Weaver 26 and will return :July BLACK & WHITE COLOR
White Lodge 217. Friends may visit her. appearance of the city- Music Department.
pastor 'of UJajClErring 30. All meals and transportation -
wide chorus under the Church School Sunday
UttEST GOSPEL Sill IN THE STATE OF FLORIDA! Baptist Church and ccr- direction of Rev. A.J. begins at 10:00 a.m. costs will be SEPIATONE

respondJ"g secretary of Hughes. State Director with T. V. Huger Included.For Quality Photographs
Aubrey L. Mayhew, Presents the Convention rand -, information con-
of Music. superintendent in
The First Annual Rutledtte Pearson charge.The tact Miss Louvenia CHURCHES-ffEODINGS-SOCIALS
president of the Jack- Union Community Solomon 1244 W, 6th
Morning worship
i sonville Chapter of the Dial EL 4-1814
GOSPEL MUSIC FESTIVAL Its service will begin at
Nt\ .CP. They will be, Is Preparing
10:55 a.m. Rev. F.
1 Ml heard during the morningof July 14 Program D. Wilson pastor delivering -
July 26.
All Mitt Sill Fach year the conven- Committees <
tion sponsors a work- Community AMF Church are
ii Supper" and receivingnew
person shop. Rev. F.H.wilson planning presentation ofa
members into our kN4- JULY 1-6
Preacher is dean and Alexander: Musical Fxtravangza _
"WtrM areas church. Each member is __
Heard is State Director:scheduled for Sunday,, .
srottcsi -
asked to bring a friendto d 2 DISCOUNT
of BYPU and BTU Methods. July 14th at 6 p.m. in _
ni Siiftr"REV. share the Lord's
830 Cassot Art.
Competent persons will the church auditorium

ROBINSON serVe as instructors. Beaver and Fverson Sts. Supper with us. 1824 W. Bearer St.
CLEOPHUS Daily Vacation Church 0. "UIIU". 'LO"t'T JII'\TJI'UU_ _t'" ii1
Mrs. A.B. Huston, --- '" -"O =-'" _
The study courses are pro- h ; -- -- U.S. 90 n..,StocktM
School is in on
REV. LAWRENCE ROBERTS open to the public and gram chairman, and Mrs.
the new church site. GOOD FOR JULY 1st TO 6th
interested persons of Delores Burls, Mrs.
The Soul Stirrers Willie Daniels and Mrs. 3066 Woodlawn Road under

The Swan Silvertones M t. Ararat Group Essie Mae Sullivan are the,.C. leadership Alexander of and Flder Miss COOK OUT TIME at PREMIEROPEN

preparing the program Delores 7. Pearson.

Miss Josephine James Slates Anniversary which will consist of Sessions will be held ALL DAY 4th JULY

solos instrumental and daily from 9:00 a.m.
The ires .
The Sick Committee of choral gems and other until 12:00 noon. The MEDIUM SIZE BAR-B-Q

Willie MartinWOBSM.C.. Mt. Ararat Baptist features. school will close 12 0'
; Church will observe its Other program officials clock noon. July 12. SPARERIBS
plus: Big Gospel Sing Contest 13th anniversary at 3 will include Mrs. Mary J Elder C.L. James and

p.m. July 21 in the HcNealy dean of hos- Deacon Katie Richardsonwill
Celestial Gospel Singers auditorium of the church tesses; Mrs. Juanita direct mid-week FLA. GRADE ASFRYERS

Quintet Mrs. Fstella Clark was Arceney. treasurer; Mrs. prayer service In the
The Holy light appointed chairman of Lillie Mae Bell secre- Hut Wednesday July 10th.'Today. LB. 25

ISA Gespel Singers the committee in 1945 by tary; Johnny Gregg and I will uphold

the pastor. Rev. Dallasj. Pev. N. KcCray. pastor. others with my prayers"

The Excelsors 4 _. Graham.: Through the; .

The Starlight t Gospel Singers leadership of its chair- PICNIC L. 29cSMALL
man Mrs. Clark the WHEN TOO ARE 111
The Soul Revivers committee has rendered

useful and untiring service -
The Sons of Jubilee in all parts of the You Seek The Best Doctor BABY NoDealer

The Sunny RIse Singers city. They have performed When Experienced Your Doctor Pharmacists PrescribesGet SPARERIBS ;, LJJ 47

many,many tasks
The Sunbeams ...According to your Doctor'sorders. Plea*
with the sick lame and
We Use only The
Essie M. Thomas & The Tbmas Singers despondent committee individuals.The has pre-. Dr. C. E. Black Best Duality DropProprietor WESTERN STEAK SALE

food given medicines IDEAL FOR CHAR COALING
Sit. My 20* 8:00 pared


houses changed patients Candies Sundries
Cosmetics Rubber Goods -
.... $2.. rtr. $2.50 hi tffice clothes.bathed patients,
S1.N MfXtas .58 ChittH prayed with patients,

AIL CNE............BRING SUPPER sat the with night patients and day.during Lilly's Drug Store SIRLOIN STEAK SAVE SOe 59cu.Watch .

Mail Orders Accepted: A unique program has

Seed cash, check, money order to: been arranged with par- j

Gospel Music Festival P. 0. Box 301 ticipants sections from' the of different the' 1907 KINGS ROAD EL 3-8275 the Worlds Greatest Gospel Sitters

Jacksonville, Florida city. WJIT Chaual 4 Every Siidey, 9:30 I.M.nT .


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\\11 SATURDAY_ JULY 6.. 1963'.l FLORIDA STAR ._ \ I

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Powell Named Assl. Ad Manager Drivers Credit Ocala Youth Organization Completes Mission

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t With Schenley Industries, Inc.NEW Union Claimed Dies At Miami' ,:- '>" : "- Jr :t:"..
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YORK Appointment of Robert 0. Powell as Highly Worthwhile >
Park Pool -- '{':''' ... ,
assistant advertising manager of SChenley Industries ]: tl : -J
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JACKSONVILLE Florida'sfirst I
Inc. has been announced by George Baiter- MIAMI Although direct } :'Ar.., ,.
taxicab drivers'
man, director of advertising. : cause of the tragedy has -: ,

Powell will assist in credit union--a success yet to be determined, a ';-.. .
pany's distributor setup from the start--is r a ""e
1' the development of ad- 12-year old Ocala youth .. :;., (
to sales in '
helping scores of its Negro !
vertising. merchandising died Monday afternoon : -
the Negro members here to save -
{ and sales promotion programs while swimming in the

'I coordinating with Citholics money, send children to city's Dixie Park Swimming -
college buy or renovate
the activities of the Pool, 401 NW 12th
company's four selling homes and follow other St., Homicide officials -
To Compltta worthwhile goals. _
affiliatesSchenleyDistillers reported. _
Known the New Deal
; Co. Melrose According to reports
Integration Federal Credit Union, it _
Distillers Co. Schenley Clinton Tyler and Ills _
has extended loans of
Imports Co. and Brandy 10-year old brother, It
In Ga. SchoolsSAVANNAH more than $130,000 since
Distillers Co. vacationing with their
its organization in 1958.
I He will advise on media Ga. Bishop grandmother. Mrs. Jane
\ Its membership is made T
selection, creative requirements Thomas J. McDonou'gh' Hopkins 258' NW 11th St.,
of than 150
f! and general announcement read in all up more went to the pool to .
I drivers of the New Deal
t marketing operations of Diocese masses 'last sw im.
and Lincoln Taxicabs
the various Schenley Sunday disclosed that Clinton went inside the

brands. Mr. Powell will all Catholic elementaryand which serve the Negro pool and his brother returned -
population of Jackson- ti
'make his headquarters at high schools will to his grand t
the company' New Ynrk become integrated during mother's home to pick up
Although the organiza- _,
offices. 1290 Avenue of the fall term. an extra nickel for the
tion is made _
the Americas The Diocesean edict up pre- locker fee.
dominantly of Negroes
Vr. Powell has demon- completing integration When the brother returned -
there is no color line
strated unusual ability of paracboial schools in to the pool he it- ---
in relation to member- ..
the state will embrace Clinton
{ill:r :- saw lying along /
.. ship. Marion F. Marvin
88 counties in Central side the pool being
president of the company, WELCOME GESTURE Members of the Longbranch Home Demonstration Club visited
and artificial
: and South Georgia given respi-
JtI and Mrs. Ann Sallette, Arms of Mercy Nursing Home Wednesday afternoon
will embrace such major ration. Clinton had been June 20th and presented owner

cities as Savannah secretary, with the firm, rescued from the pool's, operator Mrs. Azee L. Parker wash 36 pairs of pillow slips which were recently -

Co lumbus Macon both are directors and bottom by Joseph igby.Th completed during a club sewing project. A similar gesture will be made by
1L Augusta, Valdosta and clerks with the Union.It youth's.grandaother the club in the near future to an Eastside nursing home. Club members seated

Waycross. pays 5 percent on said he was rated a good from left are: Mrs. Martha Baker, president; Mrs. Myrtle H. Jones, Mrs. Lila

l The recent move follows savings to its membersand swimmer. Bronson, Mrs. Jeanette White, Mrs. McKeiton.,: nursing home staff member Mrs. E

bone year the church's interest on loans is B. Littlejohn RN (standing); Mrs. Ruth Bryant, project chairman, making pre-

decision to desegregate only 1 percent per month.On sentation of gift to Mrs. Parker and Richard Parker. Mrs. J.B. Canty, Duval

the Atlanta Archdiocese Dec. 31. 1962 the 10 Receive Degrees Home Demonstration agent is advisor to the group.

l L covering Georgia Counties 71 North where Credit more Union than $28,000 had assetsof witha From Florida A, & MTALLAHASSEF. .. ._- (,Royal-- -Art- Rtllrlfn Photo\

Negroes Attended classes reserve fund of $13,000 Prison Terms Wendell Logan Gels

with white students last A dividend of 5 percenthas Ten per-
,: l : 'year. been paid each year sons received the honorary Teaching Grant

the group has been in modern farmer degree Given Pair Ill. r
'I, business, and its super-. during the 35th annual
POBFPT 0 POFLL assistant band directorat i
Post ORiel visory committee employsa convention and leader- Circuit Judge Charles
R. Scott imposed prison Florida A&M University !
in previous advertisingand certified public accountant ship conference of the
marketing assignments Hit IH Tampa'sHiring to make quarterly New Farmers of America terms Monday on two men has received an '!
charged with the assistantship in .music
Mr. Balterman and yearly audits. Its (Florida Association) Sept.
said. "His business officers accept no sala- held at Florida MM Uni- 14, 1962 assault in Mt. for graduate study here : 1

backgrpund is especially Potato ries. versity last week. Herman Park of a local at Southern Illinois

applicable to Fchenley's woman. University for the 1963- .
Receiving the degreewere '
BY The NAACP The life Insurance plan
recognition of the great Charles Bradley Jr.,17, 64 school year. .
of the Union provides : >Ellis Carr, super- .. r
potential of the Negro TAMPA The NAACP said visor of electrical of 1644 Johnson St. was Robert E. Mueller, :
protection up to $1.000 .- ,
market." Wednesday it'will filea given a 10-year prison chairman of the depart-
which is paid for by the maintenance M.P. Kyler
Prior to Joining the complaint against the. Credit Union if a member associate professor of term and Theodore H. ment of music at SIU, .

distilling firm he was Post Office Department dies. mathematicsM.S. Thomas Haywood 39, of 2068 has announced that Wendell -
charging discriminationin Baldwin St. received an' Logan of Thomson 4
general sales managerof
"We believe ours is the dean of the vocational-
Publishers hiring practices. indeterminate sentenceof Ga., has been awarded
Amalgamated I b.
first organization of its technical Institute. Dr. ..:
According to Robert W. six months to 10- teaching assistantshipin .
Inc. national
particular kind 'in the C.B. Owens, professorof PUBLIC ;
Saunders state field years music for study towards PANELIST---Bailus Walker
f advertising representative Dr. Walter public
world, and has paid all agronomy health
for all Negro news- secretary for NAACP splendid dividends in Johns m, professor of Trial dates for three the master of gan) Department sanitarian with the Wayne County (Michi-
in United Branches a Negro who other defendants in the music degree during the of Health, served as a panelist in
papers agronomy.and Costa
members start
helping our
-"**.t"*tes.' L."a t passed a civil service Kittles assistant case against'the same 1963-64 academic year. Hawaii, at the- 27th annual conference
nest eggs or borrow for professor of the
He began his business examination for the sub- worthy causes, said of physical edu- victim have not been announced Logan is a 1962' graduateof convention National Environmental Health Aeeoelation,

career in 1951 as coordinator stitute clerk's Job last John Demps. veteran cab cation, Florida ASM University Florida A&V June 2 -28.

of the Negro August was by-passed in driver and president and ; W.S. Maxey

r Market Department of hiring. director of the Union. principal, Drew High Congratulations!
Saunders said the com- Annual July 4 Boat Races Assn.INDEPENDENT .
Arnold Bakers Inc. "And perhaps even more School, Winter Gardens;
plaint will be filed
J specializing in new pro- importantly, the organiiz7ation G.W. Fort principal,
duct development. In with the President's is helping to Phyllis) Wheatley High

addition he assisted in Committee on Fqual Employment teach all of us the School, apopka; James A. LIFE

reorganizing the- -com Opportunity. value of thrift and re- Barge teacher Tivoli

: sponsibility." High School, Defuniak ,. ....

Gospel Music FeslivaP"" T: Koyoes ..RacialSegregallon Harris Springs nuclear; and Dugga.r

;1; and All-Kite: -:Sing'= .-', ':' ..., assistant, agriculture energy

Sat. July 20 8:00 department also Florida i
p.m. FRANKFORT Ky. In the A&M.

face of stiff oppositionfrom :

Jacksonville BallparkSee his, legislativebranch

Page 4 of government, Gov.

Bert Combs of Kentucky i''

f Wednesday issued an execu-

TASTE WHAT'S HAPPENED'Tn LEMoN AND LIME"! tive order banning racial h, Q Ti _
segregation in the state's

public accomodations.By .

his historically

significant move Kentucky
became the south's first

TeemTEEMinu state to assure Negroes 1 1

that they will now be _
dtx _
erred in all facilities _
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operating under licenses :;;: '-. '-

issued by the state. rr<
Virginian Gov. Albertls 5 ;
Willie Milton,better :
L Harrison stated Wednesday .
known as "Bo," has wTV
... Sf
th at his state will ..t", :
eventually solve present been.on. the go in his '">>... '_
New Deal Cab 19 Day --
PI "' t-01*COMMNf MAKES ICCLEAR TEEM-THAT WHY IT S SO GOOf> racial problems throughuse ,
since 1951, driving you 1x
of biracial talks
good Jacksonville peopleto

your appointments and f .
social engagements. Most

of you know the convenience -

and comfort of 11 i q IS

riding in "Bo's" New r }

:Deal Cab already, and

you know of his driving

M AR KEtS skill which has earned, ./ w
MB an 11 year safety

button. That s quitea

PICNIC SALADDressing Mr. Milton lives at ,. ,
: --::." sir ii ':
1381 Prince. Bis grown -' ''

290 Spare 45CRIBS son, Jesse has made nla INSURANCE COMPANY { :. :..!

the proud grandfather

quart of a boy and girl. Be la HOME OFFICE-JACKSONVILLE; FLORIDA r., .. ,
a member of the Ever .5 '
': r '
I" Ready Social Club. Offers Ordinary and Weekly Premium Plans of :_ : : I

FAB Working and hunting are e.-. ,. ....!II'

100 the things he likes best LIFE ACCIDENT ENDOWMENT RETIREMENT INCQME --r; : I
lARGE Pkl. Chuck 39$ to do. t'y 1 -: :.:4.:,,-,

Ask for "Bo" Milton !r
with $5.00 food order :;. Family Group Mortgage and Hospitalization Insurance =: '
and Cab f9 Day the next '. ,.. ." '.
TFILLSIIIY tine dial El 4-1611, : "'. ..'r
ROAST you Monthly Thrift Plan now available 4
n.OZEK 1 --I '. ..., ; ;.. f ;!
Be lUre ta witch our hitf f T j

.1 100 tats hoar*show t $:36 Sunday on Channel man 4.* f I : -j. i j *. OPE RAT I.N G. IN. )

ar lettering Kea KnUht "J .
Alabama South Carolina T.nnet... MlulnJppl. :
Florida -
25C Georgia -
,10 ? p4Y. IUURB NEW DEAL ,-;; '0., -<

BISCUITS till rfe* M. Mai n.a '"f

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,raAlahase News Winners Cited At Tea
, r Kiwi And Queen Crowned ; -

I:'.' i 1t', N8PWT- rtes."-: CommDQity Center's Weekly Euats

Contest WinnersThe Location: Dade & Alabama Streets

i National Associa-
k Li _lri P :1 : tion of Business and Weekly Schedule: i w M

'> 4x Professional Women, inc.

":; #. Y' (Tallahassee Club) ; '

crowned Frankie Gilliam, Mon. 3:30 Tumbling & Gymnastics (Elem.

Students) _
Jr., King and AuronettaE.

...R. (Clausell Queen for 3:30 Skating (El en. )
4:00 Dramatics
}I 1963-64.
8:00 Social Dance (Adults)
.. Crowns were placed on
"'".. their royal heads by 8:00 PhotographyHg Sch. Adults)

Mary B. Clause, Queen
for 1961 and Elease Tues. 4:00 Tumbling & Gymnastics (High a

:: ..
et James, Queen for 1962. ,
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4:30 Skating
Runner-ups were Sandra
..' .i", '; 7:00 Skating (Jr. & Sr High)
::'. ..:t., Jit'..:. Bulkman and Kenneth 4
Hall. Other contestantswere

r.. Valerie Williams, Wed. 3:30 Tumbling & Gymnastics (Elem. f

'-.:- Bernard Williams, Mary c. 9:30.Skating. (Elem. Students)

Ann Ryals, Ruby Chestnut 7:15 Beginners Skating Class .d t
fc 8:30 Advance Skating Class 'I, El
",, 'if and Allen Ransom, ,, (fr
,' V d'ft

: KING AND QUEEN---His majesty Frankie Gil- Junior. :- .
Thrs. 4:00 Tumbling & Gymnastics '

; liam, Jr. and lovely Auronetta E. Clau- selections The program by included the Cal- 7:15 Skating (Jr. & Sr. High) :' ij: : !

sell, were crowned King and Queen for 8:30 Skating (Adults)

1963-64 by the Tallahassee Club, National vary Church junior 9:45 Skating (Jr. & Sr. High) MISS COLLETTE WARREN (center) smiles prettily for caaensan after

Association: Business and ProfessionalWomen choir, Harriette Fer- winning first prize at the annual Pretty Hat Tea on June 16.

Inc. rell Ruby Chestnut, Fri. 3:00 Open House (High Sch.Studs.) Second-place winner was Mrs. Marie Kilpatrick (left) Mrs. Earnes-
Emma J. Dickey and tine Seabrooks (right) shared honorable-mention honors.
ann Son Dance
I Rattlers Slate 3 Grid Classics 0. P. Brown, who gave ': 7:00 lghSchStudent': s Social -. A NEWSPAPER

words of appreciationto is of Little Value NAACP Youth
Unless CoHNcil
TALLAHASSEE---The Florida A. and M. Uni- all. Organ music was
it Can Print the
,. versity Rattlers will play three classicsin rendered by Miss Lonnie Sat. 2:30 Active Games News
As it Sees it. .
Florida citia-s; this fall, announcedJake Davis. Mrs. Bernyce Recently Organized
and head Outstanding Coed Cited
Gaither, athletjidirector Clausell, club presi-
-a Approximately 50 young people of Talla-
football coach.Scheduled .
dent, presided over the
appearances for the Rattlers in ceremonies.The hassee met at St. Michael Episcopal Parish

the State other than at their home base affair was heldat tiiikn House on Tuesday.. June 18, 1963 and reorganized -

.here include the Triangle Classic in Tampa the Tallahassee Youth Council
the Calvary Baptist
of the NAACP... *
Central State'College -- ---
November J); against ; Church and the pastor,
the Gateway Classic in Jacksonville, November The young people were .T
Rev. J. A. Clausell gave 1 > ;
30, against Texas Southern Uni- closing remarks and the called together by a

versityand the 31st annual Orange Blossom benediction. special co-ordinating FAMU WorkshopTo

f Classic in Miami, December 14. The oPponent A committee with Rev.
C. N. Goo den presidingas Continue
Negro Deputy
for the Orange Blossom Classic chairman. Otherson

will not be named until around the middle TALLAHASSEE -- The
Assistant the committee are:
of November. Secretary Florida A&M University
Miss D. 0. Young, Mrs.
Economic and ResourceUse -
WASHINGTON -- (ANP) r'i Inez Williams and MissM.
Wanted ......_..__' Dr. Andrew F. Brimmer became L. Attwell.Officers will continue through
; the first Negro to of the NAACP
July 6 under the directorof
occupy a secretarial postin Youth Council are:
***** Henry E. Finley, associate
Church News Wanted the .
Department of Commerce Thelma J. Pender' preS: -,
_..... w .. '- / professor of
last :week when he
----v-- ident; Joyce Walker,

Reporter! church news are urged to send their was sworn in as. deputy as- vice prc;jrdn*: m'tfrift'U' I(economics.) .
The workshop focuses attention -
church news tO.this column.. The news may be left sistant secretary for -t Walker asst. vice the American
at the ECcffio'my'Drug Store :or"Baker' s Pharmacy economic policy review by president; Mattie L. on
socio-economic system by
4- any time before Friday for publication the fol- Commerce Secretary LutherH. Attwell, secretary: Ruby concentrating attentionon

: lowing week. Notices may be mailed to P.O. Box Hodges.
Chestnut, asst. secre-
T the needs of immediate
:' 2543 W. A.S. Tallahassee. For photographs, call Brimmer a Harvard Ph. D 2 tary and Carol Walker, communities of the

2244086.Pictures of church and social activities in Economics and professor CONGRATULATIONS were in order for renowned Florida A. and M. coed treasurer.The par-
ticipants. The problemsof
tit are appreciated and may be returned upon request. currently on leave Miss Cochita Clarke, the happy recipient of a scholarship check council will work teachers in the ele-
from the Wharton School of
t ., presented by Dr. D. E. Smith of Tampa during the recent statewide with the adult branchon
r..E. .... .... .. .. .... .. .... Finance and Commerce. Uni- meeting of medical doctors at FAMU. Miss Clarke made a heralded securing 'equal job mentary school will and secondary-receive

.. versity of\ Pennsylvania showing in New York City' musical circles last year. She is a opportunities for all.". pecial attention: ,. ...

$!t Organization Meeting Calendar**** will serve as a deputy to coloratura soprano with .a very promts ing-.future according to t o p- The advisors of tffe" Special emphasis will be
Assistant Secretary for
isj ranked music experts. (Steve Beasley Photo) NAACP Youth Council are concentrated on com-
co'lumn Economic Affairs. Richard
This wishes to publish each week the
Rev. C. N. Gooden, MissD.
munity conservation edu
meetings of clubs, lodges and groups in the H.The Holton.36-year-old economist Attorneys WM First Round Maryland College 0. Young and Rev. C. cation.
'; city. Please Send your meeting dates to stephen
f into office at a K. steele.A .
''.1 K. Beasley, P. 0. Box 2543 W.A.S. Tallahassee. was double-swearing-in sworn ceremony To Enroll Coed In S.C. State Meets N.C.A.A. membership drive has A & M Instructors

rya..1 .. .... .... .... .... .... SIOUX PALLS S. D. -- A been launched. young
COLUMBIA S. C.-ANP)---An admission of racial people are asked to become Attend Meeting

rs' discrimination on the part of officials of the determined sextet of members. You may
: University of South Carolina wrung from the athletes journeyed over contact Rev. C. N. Gooden TALLAHASSEE Dr. Wil"igfljg'dgprof6esor-
ff. 2.000 miles on a bus to
state in conference '-
pre-trial attorneys
a by NAACP "- '
Miss D. O Thing
:: State otjg rpo
represent MaryJand
e representing Miss Henri Montieth of Columbia College in the National Father Davi|*Hyjnpoks 'm ff pal _enee Dr.DjIward .

last week culminated in a first round Association of Inter- at the St. M2J Tel&>pisg fites\ professor

victory for Miss Montieth, who is seeking to collegiate Athletics track copal parish 'muse.*' -e! sociology Graham

enter the university as its first Negro student. Johns instructor in
The and field championships.The .
17-year-old girl's
Fashion Patterns and Dr. AnneR.
application to enter the New long ride did not mar
Gajles professor of
university on May 17. th e spirits of the ;
Ofkr Stylish education, all of FloridaA&M
AreAvailable athletes neither did it ".
1962, was rejected, even University, attendedthe
she met hurt their performances in
though qualifications Fabulous WardrobesIt' National Meeting of
for admission. the various events. A report -
Florida s a big thrill to the Association of Social
Rather than remain idle TALLAHASSEE from the meet showed
fresh water fishermenare buy a smart fashionable Science Teachers which
the Marylanders almost
,she then enrolled at the
dress but it's twice as convened at North Caro-
urged to buy
the cf
College of Notre Dame at doubling scores
Baltimore Md. but their fishing licensesnow. their nearest competitor. thrilling when you can lina College in Dvraa .;,

initiated legal action Licenses are Coach Cliff Anderson was say "I made it my- W

against UEC with the assistance available at the offices well pleased to see an 82 self" (and save a lot averse Sit-in

wAIDES of the NAACP. of all County point lead on the score- of money in the bargain)

Her case came up in Judges and their. card. That thrill is now Is Successful

TO EDUCATION-E. L. Butcher (center) secretary of Gulf's Education federal court here last authorized sub-agents. Russ Rogers, of Maryland within easy reach of any TALLAHASSEE -- Five

Committee, meets in Pittsburgh with Dr. John T. Blue (left) of Virginia "Buying the licensenow State was the unanimous women who reads the Star
week. However, before the white students from
State College and DTilman C.Q bran of Atlanta University following the trial got under way the will prevent many choice as the .0 u t- this week. On page 3. Florida State University

educators' receipt of faculty salary supplementation grants "to conduct a fisherman from embar- standing Athlete'at the you'll find offerings of
team of four NAACP attorneys conducted a sit-in in
Negro market survey. Each educator eill receive $2,500for devoting his talent in a clever move rassment at a later date Meet. He was the only the AUSTINE LA MAR FASH the Leon Theatre for Negroes -

to a forthcoming two-month summer study.; when they decide on a triple winner. He capturedall IONS PATTERNS with illustrations '
got the state to admit wroth sat incident
sudden fishing trip and and descrip-
three hurdle events.In .
in the 'pre-trial con- it
"' last weekend, was re "
Blitzers" find they have no tions qtjtheu ve17.-1 tNt
urns Pitch Rattler Booster. ference that she was the 120-yard low ported.
license," according to in fem 1 n iBeJf ashionsjj _
>A- turned down by the Uni- hurdles in 23.5 and the Three male stvdents
Available A.D. Aldrich director, 440-yard intermediates in as well as how to send
Tags versity solely on the from the university
Game and Fresh Water 51.5.. '" for these easytofollowpatterns.
basis of her race. f first entered
The'.1963 Florida A. Fish Commission. the
Charlie Mays a teammate,
When the trial got underway theatre
and It. University "The good fisherman These.' FASHION PATTBtfJS and we re soon
t *Y Miss Monteith's attorneys broad jumped a spectacular followed by
Booster Tags are nor his license are not hand-me-down another mole
always buys
r 26-foot 2% inch leap. His
I / including
; with a female .. .
Y being distributed by before he fishing. copies of high-priced
Matthew j. Perry LincolnC. goes second best but it was

: C. M. Speed, president Jenkins Ernest Finney He also considers the only good enough for third designs currently on

a- \s \ of the Boosters, Inc. and Bernard R. Fielding license as the badge of place. In the triple jump them way out of style.

Rattler Boosters, who wasted no time in Intro- the sportsman and the however, he came back and They are original high- Janior' teacher, the
;t, desire tags for their duclnt the state's admission nark of the true con soared 47 feet 8% Inches. style designs, p-ree. IIl.. *sab rbaB lady going

auto blle8r.say contact -: that she was servationist. -. -- AT santio the 6 foot 6 for the 'first t7 4?%ewntown to shop.

Mr. Speed' c/o turned away from the 'The biggest advantage basketball star of Maryland .AUSTINE LA MAR. ,;:: '. AWTINE LA MAR FASHION

Maintenance Depart- university In 1962 because of the resident licenseis State threw the dis- AUSTINE LA MAR FA8HIoti( ;PATTERNS are for every
'. ment, A. and M University ; ...; '-woaan who wnvtc an at-
r of her race. that the fisherman cus 172 feet Inches. It are for the modern woman

.,; Tallahassee.The Armed with the agreementMiss may{ffsh by any sporting was good only for third of many activities tractive. gtfOd-SiMd
i wardrobe at Binimm
organization sup Monteith's attorneys method at any tine in spot. Ray Jackson the 19- housewife! working girl. 6&-

ports athletic activities requested an injunction any of the 67 countiesof year-old sophomore was part hostess the girl pense. and who gets

at the University outstanding in the Qaan- well-deserved satlsfac-
Florida. Jtf.aufisher- going to a cocktail
that would bar
USC t ion out of
and 'obtains authorities from refusing men consider the license tico Relays KVa. ) place dance the mother receiving Baking

special parking privileges to consider her own or the cheapest' investmentof second in the 3000 meter a visit from things for herMIt.PA .

JAX ENGINEERS LEAVING for Nova-?l&Dd attended a for its BcabersCmp all the fishing trip steeplechase in 9.43.5.
any.other Negro's appli o.aa.amtausa.aww. L LjIi
reception in the Robert Meyer Hotel, Jackson- cation for enrollment. necessities since it maybe Coach Anderson said this

ville, where Mayor Haydon Burns, left, told Bosh Director used 365 days of the was just the second time __ !== ___ ___,______

Stack, Miami, president of Image, Inc., he hoped ii'teef year" Aldrich stated. the yoing athlete has attempted _

they'd become "Burns Blitzers" in Cocoa. Occasion MIAMI Mrs. Carrie P. Jf The new 1963-64 fishing this grueling

was a party given by Merritt island Davis, a graduate, o 11 censes are now event.

builder Feldman, who has 5 Rose Hill develop- Florida MM University F lt e' available at the offices Maryland State set a new

--will work. BY .. sraarrsra and NAIA record in winning the _
ments where the engineers--600 strong and presently an Instruc- of all County Judges

tor in physical education]I, 'Women FOB THE GALS ONLY their authorized sub* ''.lie relay which was a
care fixtures
permanent -
special event and
WAMTEIYH here at the Dade Count, on the fi Mpg scene and agents throughout the a
most part of the main events.
guys dost begrudge that
TALLIle Junior College, will serve t fact State. While the new
STAR But hoarwek9m4 they are Coach Anderson and his
Ein as director of the Daj r depends as much on their choice fishing license is not
of attire as on their ability to six man crew journeyed to 1.a.
Camp activities of the I required midnight
&m 222-3025 east a,plug, a situation you gals Chicago. .na-ssa mm o mm mm mm o as a mm ssm -ssa mm mm
I';' 2117 ken or Miami TWCA this susaer. shouldheed. June 30.

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r SATIHAY BLY 6, 1913 FLORIDA STAR "AJ 1', ::'tMahalia

' Jackson Rkefcwfs Old I'm DEATH- Nuptial I Celebrant POLICE YES WE ALL TALKCOURTESY '$

'f Scares Htfht CIA Observes Ner9ryz / Chris Haywood; 726 Spearing } REPORTS .. : 't

Gospel Greups Street. '-"T;:: J A 47-year old man was SPEECH
the victim of an armed /
Choice D. Harrison; 1023.
1t t HOLLYWOOD -- Mahalia .. aAI robbery last Saturday M. H. Boulware -: I
Madison Street. I''
i Jackson, who rose from between 1:15 and 1: ?0 .1\\1'By
F Mrs. Shellie Roberts: J.I
the Louisiana cotton 1042 Frazier Street. a.m. at 618 W. Ashley The speech for courtesy has several purposes -

fields to sing the gospel Horace James Blount Jr.; r Street, police reported. one of which is to express ,:,,{. { I
} in the renowned concert { ; +c Riley Mathis of 685W. St
1967 W. 11th Street. : !
I halls of the world, has Mack Adams; 1481 Davis Monroe Street said he poses, one of which is to express genuine .j

r, lashed out angrily a- >r .K y Street.Mrs. was on his way home from sentiment and another to create a friendly -

gainst the developing"pop Willie Mae Lockett; .. a cafe when he was approached spirit or feeling. The audience must I

gospel" movement.The 537 W. 18th Street. by two lien, one be made to feel that the right thing has I

51-year old New Phillip Brown; 1974 W.r, of whom carried a sawed been said, and thus it expects the appropriate i
Orleans-born vocalist off shotgun. About the
12th Street. courtesy to be given. !

has taken a biting swipeat Mrs. Selina King Berry; time two other men approached The welcome address and the response to 4 fllvH ,
the pop gospel sing- with one of
1126 Davis Street. the welcome address are examples of
ers, night club owners them was carrying a pistol .i
Mrs. Hannah Clark: 227 speeches of courtesy. :
And who are Mathis said.
promoters .
McDuff Avenue. The guests of the convention or the conference -
fostering this newest Mathis stated
Mrs. Carrie Anderson; the men must be made to feel genuinely
I of musical fads in New walked him to alley-
1341 Van .Buren Street, welcome. If the speech is one for presentation .
York and Hollywood. For b. where the man with '
way "
MOORE Mrs. Dora Wiggins; 5024 of a gift the speaker must express \
I the first time, nightclubs the shotgun struck him,
j .Pastor Celebrant Warrington Road. NElLY WED---Mr. and Mrs. Leroy Young announce pleasure in using the gift. If the speakeris
in both cities are knocking him down. The
Joseph Williams; 98 the marriage of their daughter Miss Loretta accepting an office, he should indicate "
presenting quasi-gospel other took his
RICEBOFO. Ga. His- Bridge Street. Young to William E. Wolf Jr. the son of Mr. and men pleasure in performing the duties of that j
material amid the clanking -
I toric Old Zion Baptist 7ellous James woods; Mrs. William E. Wolf Sr. of YoungstownOhio. office.To .
of glasses and Police said a witnesssaw
\I tambourines and this Church will observe its 1412 F. 24th Street. Mrs. Wolf will leave Sunday for Brooklyn, N.Y. to what was happeningand cover cost of handling, the writer of

invasion of what Mahalia 93rd anniversary and the Janice F.. Tarver; 708 join her husband now on duty assignment on the wrote down the tag this column will prepare a model welcome

tenth of its pastor Rev. Court C. U.S.S.F. Roosevelt. The couple will reside inBrooklyn. address or a model response to welcome
feels is sacred ground number of their automo-
r by the "theatrical Levi M. Moore here Sunday, Baby Cynthia F. Payton; bile. Witness also for one dollar each.

, people" is "down right with a daylong series of 1608 CaljoiuMack stated one of the men, READERS: For my free public speaking

! events. Williams; 754 W. Unit ClosesLAKE pamphlet, send a self-addressed, stamped
blaspheiry. Elect had blood on his rants.
will lead- Duval Street.All Kappas envelope (long) to Dr. Marcus H.
"The word of God is The program patromen F.. Jeffersonand business
1 too precious to be so off with Sunday School at Hew Oilicers CITY The Game A. Jones investi- Boulware P. 0. Box 310-A, Florida A. andM.

degraded by presentingit 9: 30 a.m. with/ the Nile Gospel and Fresh Water Fish gated. University. Tallahassee Florida.
closed its
instructors Annual election of of- Commission
superintendent and -
in club
a night Pev. ficers featured the information office in CONFLICTING STORIPSCENTFP Car Hit Bullets
she said, her eyes afire In charge. Fete Showing Here By
the of Jacksonville July 1. and AROUND INCIDENT
with distaste for the Moore will review monthly meeting Jar
20 Alumni Chapter of Alpha replaced it with direct
Saturday July
opportunists" as she lesson. the Julius Wilson. 27, of
service to
calls them who are The deacons will lead in Kappa Psi Fraternity at telephone 1023 W. Duval Street was
Saturday, July 20 at regional office in Lake
devotions during
trying to build a musi- attacked recently he
cal fad. morning worship and Rev. 8 p.m. will witless the City according' to Pe- told police. I

Moore will deliver the biggest most gala gos- gional Manager Brantley
'These people are Wilson said the man
sermon. pel music event ever "Good SOP.
taking a precious thing came into his bedroomand
Dinner will be servedat presented in the Stateof Under the new system,
and stepping on it. Just started cutting him.
1:30 in the Florida. residents on the Jack-
like the American flag p.m. Police said Brown would w : ,f
church dining room. Rev. Aubrey Mayhew presentthe sonville telephone exchange -
stands for something, so not give them any expla-
will be able to'
George Brown pastor oi first annual Gospel .
music have nation for the incident.He ;
does gospel
significant." Lightway Baptist Church. MUSIC FESTIVAL AND ALL dial IT, '3-6231. and obtain was taken to Duval 'Iif

Savannah Ga. will deliver NIGHT SING which will information direct .
*, Medical center and ; .
; from .the regional office
the afternoon ser- feature the "WORLD
treated by Dr. R. Crane.
: mon during the 3 p.m. FAMOUS PREACHER AND without paying long dis- !, :,
Police arrested
a suspect ..
service. He will be accompanied SINGER" Rev. Clecphus ROBERT MITCHELL tance rates. .
James 34,
by his ushers Robinson. Rev. Lawrenc ..Remains Pol eoarch

choirs and congregation. Roberts of Newark, New the Women s Garden Club Johnson, exchequer; Har- of 1623 w. Duval Streeton .
.\ strategus; a charge of assaultto
" Jersey, plus such famous on 17th Street. vey Harper

Fountain Chapel talent as the Soul Stirrers Following' presentationof Julian White, Lt. Stra- murder. Police said :*
Guinyard, Sapp told them he caught
the Swan Silver- an officers slate by tegus; Julius Ai
his girl friend in a '
AME Church tones. Miss josephin the nominating com- journalist: George H. room with Julius Wilson ',,'

WILLIE B. MCCUIN James and the Gospe- mittee, the followingwere Williams, scribe; George ensued and ,&/.
Sunday School will open 1 ai res. elected for .the B. Nairn, financial i iI'. :
45, he stabbed Wilson because
Willie B. McClain
at 9:30 with the t
a.m. secretary; W. D. Sweet, '
3750 Freeman Rd. is in 1963-64 period: he approached him ..

Duval jail awaiting out- superintendent and KELP Robert L. Mitchell was historian and Bernard with a knife police con- ,,' ;j \.
teachers in charge. The .-,- Bryant chaplain.The c
come of an investigation reelected as polemarch; tinued. RACIAL VIOLENCE---Dr. Robert B. Hayling, St.
astor, Rev. F. Jones, will
Polemarch appoint -
in which he allegedly is urging that all George H. Starkes III Patrolmen Robert Lee Augustine dentist points to spots where a gun
the Dean
robbed a Jewelry; choirs serve throughoutthe a FOREST FIRES vice polemarch; LawrenceV. Pledges and Assistant Jenkins and Walter blast by a car-load ,of white youths struck his'
storey : day.. Jones Solomon investigated. car last Uonw4 > night. Bullets also injured 4 0
Financial Secretary.
Willi-am A.
Negro youths but Haylinga former Tallahasseen
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Home Shot At .r


As Racial Tension Rises

(Cont'd from Page._1) ,,'
t several Negroes who bad vancement of Colored +

gathered outside the People appeared before ;it

0 PEN'Presents The Beautiful New dentist's The Negro home.youth who seeking the City the Commission following .

were injured by the gun relief: .

blasts are Edward Anderson Fair employment in

Willie Jean City governseat mad that

Holt, Johnny Lee Singleton -, City civil service exams

INr and Joe Lee WilliamsThe for all positions be
latter was shot in open to all citizens

his foot by a bullet regardless of race,

a his
that lenetrated creed or color.

i <, ,,, shoe, entered one side Complete desegregation -

r ', i of his heel and came of all city-owned

.I ) .. : ..., out the other. facilities and clarifi
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Police found a shotgunand
;."'_, ;. .. ., -. ., "' another gun in the .' Assurance from City

...h.:'it"1\, -' "'-::'\ .. ...; ': '' : ,.,,,/' R white youths' car but Fathers that picketing ;
'; ( '
,1 't. If found no weapons on the within the code of the
Negroes. Although Dr. City will be allowed
Hayling's car and home '
with '
police protection. .
.. t.
". showed evidence of being i
:, The local NAACP has
\ :;" hit by pellets, a police -
appealed to Washington
inspection of the.
to withhold a $350,600jlppropriation
white youths' car failed ;

to show any bullet / voted ; .'
for the :
city's qa adr1-
w44 I If centennial observance '. f,.!
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because +
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patterns that l ....
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Teen Talk : "'NO B T HT W T PLACE OF BIRTH AND DATE _. _-1962' CLUB ci "w'L -' ERA
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Hi Teens! Since this is my last column for the -
00 165 Las, Villas CUba 5/8/37 Monterrey 37 11 6 3.60
I summer, I thick we should talk about some things 8 Cuellar, Miguel Ls L 6: ,
that will help make vacation time fun. .... curtis, Jack P. L L 5: 10 175 Rhodiss North Carol. 1/11/37 Chic.Milwak 34 4- 6 4.02
Have you visited friends, for a weekend, or a .. .:. 17Donnelly. Ed J; L'.'.L 6:00 185 Philadelphia Pa 8/5/32 Jacksonville 34 9 3 3.00
--.. R 6 00 175 Arroyo Puerto Rice 7/l3/Zl Jacksonville 12 8 0 2.28
longer visit recently? If you are planning such a 22Gomez, Ruben R : ,
Clev Minn. 21 2 3 4.52
trip, here are some tips to help you have a wOnderful -
time, make new friends, and get invited 10Hawkins, Wynn R R 6,03 195 E. Palestine Ohio 2120/36 Jacksonville 13 2 7' 5.25

again. ;' l6Nischwitz. Ronald B L 6.03 205 Dayton, Ohio 7/1/37 Detroit 48 4 5 3.88

Make a list of the clothes you will take, usingas 19Schaffernoth, Joe ,. K R 6.04 190 Trenton, New Jersey 8/6/37 Jacksonville 30 18 11 2.67

your guide the activities your friend has 21Siebert, Sonny !: ..R' R" ,r6:03 190 st. Mary's Mo. 1/4/n: Charleston 29 15 8 2.91

planned. One can always borrow from your hostess, 12Tyriver, Dave "..;:R ..R'i6:00 163 Oshkosh, Wisconsin 11/31/n: Salt Lake 41 7 6 3.71
1 t D. F 'R R 6.04 195 Ben Franklin, Texas 5/15-41 Salt Lake 42 10 10 5.50
but you re a better guest if you come with your," .-:- 20Weaver,: Floyd :
own clothes and personal toilet articles. : i r-f -.
': :. : A B PCT HR RBI
Plan to take your friend and her mother small f! CATCHERS -

gifts. Maybe a record for your friend and china :
A animals for her mother ... J; {.i.1 i ,1i' '. 2
209 .278
v .: Boifer; >Sliddy L-; 5..10. 170' Lynchburg, Virginia 5/28/42 Alamance

The most important things to do when visiting { .26Chiti, Harry .' R ;.R s.02 220 Kincaid, Illinois 11/16-32 Jacksonville 235 .336 12' 44
are: fit into the household schedule rs easily
.. .
as you can, and be enchanted with every meal and -
I, activity planned for you. .
Make your bed unless you're told not to. Come
f to meals on time If there's only one bathroom, 18Barker, Raymond L R 6:00 195 Martinsburg, W. Va. 3/12/36 Jacksonville 544 263 25 93

find out the most convenient time for you to take .3 ,Brown, Larry R R 5. 11 165 Shinnston, W. Va. 3/1/40 Jacksonville 413 252 7 42
r .,.4-,"" -t"' 11 170 Iron Mt. Michigan 2/23/41 Salt Lake 518.268 3 49
your bath. When visiting the country, often 2' Lund, Gordon ::R R 5.
the hot water supply is limited, so don't ..empty IlMartinez, Gabriel A, R R 5: 11 170 Perico, Matanzas, CUba 3/18/41 Jacksonville 580 286 3 71
8/8/32 Jacksonville 245 265 .. 3 29
_ the tank. Go to bed when your friend does, even 5 Wise, Kendall Cole B, R 6:00 170 Lafayette, Indiana

though you're not sleepy. Offer your help with .

' small chores like setting the table; doing the OUTFIELDERS- "

dishes. < .. .
After your visit and you* re ready to go home, 27Bond, Walter L R 6.07: 222 Denmark, Tenn. 10/19/37 Salt Lake 472.320 11 7.615.lorejon
leave your room as neat as possible. Be sure and Havana Cuba 7/21/30 Jacksonville 369 249 6 58
Daniel 'R R 6: 01 175 ,
thank all who have been kind to you. Within a Illinois 4/13/37 Salt Lake 500 .312 19 81
14Washington Tony L L 6:03 185 .
day or two write two bread-and-butter lettersone -- .
S. C. 6/13/33 Salt Lake 557.305 14
7 Williams, Bill R R 6: 03 195 Newberry,
to your friend and one to her mother. .
Now for some beauty at the beach talk..To ,d-' .'",.-",, '<.'. I BASEBALL AMUSEMENTS, INC.
"" ; tRAINER
avoid dried-out hair, red eyes, and a peeling MANAGER- .;: ; ,:. .. I. ... '.';'

j nosethere are certain things Teens must do. For ..... .,, ;._ ".. .r-,''-1 .' c .,
I ., Cooper Bill ;" P. o. .Box 4756
I your hair--wear a colorful sun hat when in the, ; '. :: .5 Wise-"K fL'\- : .; _: t
z 1 r Jacksonville 1, Flcrida
and swim when in water. .
sun, a cap salty Your <)- .
i I E1 3-4307 El 3-4308
eyes--wear sunshades, and if your eyes become .
Irritated from too much sun, use medicated eye --- ----

drops. As for your skin, use a lotion or cream to Aid Rights DriveLOS

protect from the burning rays of the sun, and when The "Lip" Prognosticates Floyd Promises

you take your bath use a few drops of bath oil

in your tub, to smooth and soften your skin.
A Better Fih.
1 A set of nose clips are useful for keeping salty

water out of your nostrils, and lipstick will ,
surely keep your lips moist Y :k Former heavyweight

All Teenagers want to look nice. Boys and girls champion Floyd,Patterson

strive to this end. But we also want to smell rounding out the New

nice. Very important for hot weather is a good York phase of his training -

deodorant or antiperspirant. The two are dif- for his July 22

ferent, so read the directions closely to see if title fight with Sonny

it does what you want it to do. A deodorant Liston in Las Vegas,

counteracts idor of perspiration; anti-per- last week assured the

spiration where applied and divert it to other public of at least a

parts of the body. Some deodorants are also anti- better fight than his

perspirants. As to the best type; cream, spray, short-lived bout with

or roll-on, it's an individual thing. Whateveryou Liston last Sept. 22.MoreoverPatterson .

prefer. So browse around in the drug store said t

and make yourself "nice to be near." he is going into the

For some yak from the pack.. .While visiting ring with'the'determiaa;

around Daytona, Holly Hill and Ormond, I talked tim to win. He had said ANGELES RAMS pro-football star Ollie Matson (left). ace jockey Millie

with several of my good friends about what Teen- previously that he might Shoemaker and Hollywood: Turf Club publicity director Al Wesson, hand sizeable

agers in their towns were doing for summer fun. hand up the gloves if check contribution for the NAACP to Brad Py e, Los Angeles Tribune sports edi-

Nearly everyone attends weeklY dances *at the he makes another bad tor who co-chairs the NAACP s sports division.

... ,
various recreation centers. Many are enrolled in showing against Liston.In -,-'" ,'Y, M>,;
swimming classes, and some just swim for pleasureat promising to better Injury Sidelines Robinson ".

the pools. The boys just love the teenage IF THE PRICE IS RIGHT, that is $1. 500,000. his last performance, CINCINNATI-ANP)---Outfielder Frank Robinson, ,.f'?-1

baseball games. One group had a ,beach comber s Cassius Clay, youthful heavyweight challenger Patterson waxed peitic who so far has been carrying the load for the E 1 I

1 party at the beach, and reported that this was A La Cassius Clay. He Cincinnati Reds this season, suffered a groin
demonstrates with his fingers the _
the most. Of course many of them are holding down rhymed: injury in a game with the Philadelphia Phillies i

summer jobs. Three high school juniors have number of rounds he' 11 take to knock the "I will not hit 'the

organized a morning play school for the small heavyweight crown off the 'lid of Charles ground h.
set in their neighborhood. Teens are the same "In the first- round Gospel Music Festivaland
(Sonny) Listen. Eight? "That's right E
everywhere. So good-bye to all of you until the 'How does that sound?

predicts Cassius. A naturally modest person All Kite Sing
__Fall.-------ROBIN. -
u .. .. .. Patterson: : refused
to predict the outcomeof July : p.m.
ki CLEANERS Announces the Opening of a New Trotters Slate BenefitNEW the fight..He could HER E'f'l l
ranch Office at 5504 Avenue B. "Come Where You Jacksonville BallparkSee
only promise, he said,
Can Get Quality Cleaning at Budget Prices. "
1'ORl-ANP---111e famous
that it will be a good 'Lue" Pullins has
lem Globetrotters will play a benefit game in the one. .
been driving his New
--- Polo Grounds here Thursday, Aug. 22, for the When a writer told Deal Cab 1107 Night a,1,

Shoe Shine Parlor Newsstand Confectionary benefit of the NAACP and the Harlem Branch of the Patterson laughingly round Jacksonville for ,

i > -, Odds and Ends for Meet YMCA of Greater New York. that'at least he did not STD the past four years, ,
The benefit game, one of four the Trotters will need a ghost writer for pFAL//NQN0W to where

t I ., LITTLE FOX SMOKE( SHOP play this summer, was announced by the team's his poem. Floyd replied: you taking want you to go, con-

.. 3018 North Myrtle Avenue owner-coach Abe S erstein, who flew here from I'm not in Clay's HAIR .: veniently and comforta
Europe to make final for the nor
arrangements games. league on poetry
i kl Florid USE bly. Most of you
Jacksonville The other games, benefiting other "worthwhilecivic will I try. My only am- 8stltcrs"SAVE him already for his
organizations,': will be played in Jersey bition is to win back .t
R. L. Polite Jr. Beatrice Polite friendly aad courteous
City, Aug. 20; Boston, Mass., Au,. 23, and Hartford the title." which have made
Owner Manager Patterson also disclosed IT'9'SAVI4i
Conn., .Aug. 25. many friends for him sac
..... The Trotters will play a team of all-stars to be that he was
for New Deal.Lue"
announced later. taking flying lessonsand
h CsriMf's HW ,.,... for ... cnrf is a real ambitious
has logged
Both Dr. John A. Morsell assistant NAACP already
w..t. p pr4wct tI Mif*. *. Mp fr....l tkUM fellow-workiag nights
cutive secretary,and Randolph J. Thomas, executive 16 hours including two .f .... k, .."i1'* .c..Ip h.dbl..d and speeding his days
director of the Harlem Branch YMCA have praisedthe solo hours. MH"tJ-. k..h..t 'er heW. thi.S studying at Edward
Trotters' efforts on behalf of their organizations ..........4 HMT.....*pH-.pr4 Kt rf..Jf..Wt Waters College where he
and have urged fans to attend the ChiefUmpire sreE t fMtw. ....reI wb. tMfl hMtr, W.wty ..rf
a.. tk. a.__ws ....... moWtF. ........ MW is taking a general J
case. Into the r..l -w....'. Crw;.. GI.*y.- business cotree. J
They pointed out that fans can be assured the
r two COUNTERS Mr. Pullins and Ills \
t best in sports entertainment while supporting AT LEADING COSMETIC
"SAVE IT",send 1.00 for wife Cherry Louise i 1
If your' dMter does not have
the worthy causes by attending the Polo Grounds 2 oz. size. $1.50 for 4 oz. J jar. (tax and posUgc in- make their home at 1640 'I E
1 F dwtedtoEsther's
game. 50 West 125th Street W. 22nd Street. They
b T Beauty Aids! / New York 27.N,V. have a boy, Laverne J

Jr. and a girl, Cynthia

REV. MADAM TURNER You Don' t Have to Go to Town to Get Dlaae. The Pullins

She was bra with a jjiritBal: ejeShe family attend Mt. Ararat
Baptist CaarcB where

,' will pit yea LOW PRICES'On "Lue" sings IB the

: v male ellor.a.L..""

.. qj ca t tie real V Your loves to slag aad la

t..<- -+,.,- ASHFORD fact regard slating
t '; fe success. as Ms aofcty. Maybe you
BOW IDfG?...Emmett Ash- caa get him to give you
God caa never fail! ford.who was promoted to Trade With Your Neighborhood Drug storeWE a staple Of tats talent
t nBpir0-*n-chlef in-the WILL KEEl ANT PRICES ADV. IN TOUR LOCAL PAPBIS next time you Dial

Pacific Coast League, is We Deliver-We Also Fill All ctora' Prescriptions El 4-1611 aad ask for
Be blessed bytbe
considered one of the "Lue" Pallia and

KEN KNIGHT fetch ef ball best and arbiters Westcoast in base-fans Dixie Pharmacy Cab HOT Night.

l. ..,. to watch ..r ball
Invites You To Listen To- few haids. are wondering how much beer aw s..fa y .....
Rev. Madaa Turner longer the majors will 1302 Kisis Read at Myrtle Ateiee top at 9s9 S. OMMM! 4aaf.ri.g ,
ICe. 1CaiPt.

"KNIGHT TRAIN"Startkia 4112 Lesaard ,Circle'' Meetings Will Be Held him.continue Osbiee overlooking Jelk of the Phones EL 5-5597-38
Wednesday Thursday
At 7:00 Fayetteville and Friday at 8:30 p.m. Northwest League was up- NEWIEALf
p.m. Nlghtly- graded to the PCL making

-Between 30th & 33rd 8t Pose 703-3S59 the two officials only BILLS! Al OUR STIlE c CAB COMPANY
1400 WRHC 1400 known Negro umpires in I I
organized ball. UK HftfS NM Hal a 11111I

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If Rattlers To Play Central State In Tampa's Triangle Grid Classic


Third! Aimil Contest Set HtrkMss Inks Fullmer Worries First Breakthrough Since Althea

I For November 2iid Kickoff $12,000 PictNEW Over Fight DelayWEST

TAMPA---Florida A. and M' s devastatingpower JORDAN, utah -
YORK -- Former
will again be unleashed here this Loyola AllAmericanCager Middleweight contender I

fall when the Gaithermen meet Central Jerry Harkness Gene Fullmer whose

State College for the first time in :the signed an early June fought injury caused the

Nov. 2 third annual presentation of the $12,000 one-year con- July 13th title bout

Triangle Classic on Phillips Field. tract with the N.Y. with champion Dick Tigerto
.. .
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in me ribbon cuttingof '? -1 Knickerbockers of the be postponed, is more
\ >
the Classic's curtain r National Basketball Association concerned with incon-

raiser in 1960, the Rattlers c4/ while reject- veniences caused fight

t buried hapless 4 "4t ing an attractive offerto fans than discomfort resulting
Benedict 68-0 before work and play with from the acci-
ending their scoring the Akron Goodyears an dent.

spree for the night.In r independent club of the Fullmer, who suffered a I lji I

the 1961 gladia- American Athletic Union. torn muscle in the soleo

torial session A&M Although the contract f his right foot

blasted the Lincoln t with the Knicks failedto causing at least two fWJuEi1flVVtILi f!

University Tigers of Include a "nocut"clause weeks postponement of

Missouri 49-6 before a Jerry was said his bout with Tiger in

sellout noise. The Tal- to be pleased with the Nigeria, has asked, his r--- s

I lahasseeans roirped to a : 'f<. terms and salary of the manager Marv Jenson to V I

25-roint first quarterto contract.A have the date removed to

wrap up the contest 6-2 foot southpaw July 27th. iATL I II

with ease.During Jump-shot luminary 'The ex-champion Fullmer t I

the past 12 f Harkness led the Loyola said, 'I hope thisdoesn't

years--this fall will be Ramblers to a National I
i' MASTERMIND GAITER foul up the PRECEDENT---Arthur Ashe (extreme right) U. S. Cavis Cup team. Ashe's feat dupli-
the Athletic Association -
the beginning of Collegiate
\ feature of next fall's plans of several of my 19-year old tennis whiz from Richmond cates that of fellow race member Althea I
13th--the Gaithermen championshiplast friends who had arranged '
,, celebrated "Marching Va. and a member of UCLA's tennis team Gibson, former world's women's amateur 'I I
have lost a mere one March in Louis- their vacations to attend -
dozen games\ an averageof 100" claimed to be the ville. ," he said while for the past two years, set a new precequeen who became the first feminine men- I

oneperseason.The nation's outstanding Loyola defeated Duke resting at his west cent this year when he became the first ber of her race to break the vaunted ten- I

multi-national collegiate musical unit. and Cincinnati to win JOrdan home. member of his race to be tapped by the nis barrier. I
Tickets will go on sale
champion g/ldsters lost the crown with Harkness
Oct. 1 and will be Potent Batter Robinson Gives
one setto during the rallying in the fading
available through Abra- Grambling Might Monopolizing
1962 season when they moments after a poor Poor
,ham Brown, alumni mem- Showing
drorped a surprising annual start in the final con-
members of the uni-
Orange Blossom test against Cincinnati.Cage PHILADELPHIA (ANP) -

.Classic game 22-6. ,v- *Sentlnel versity and Bu letin.r the Florida. coach George Ireland Former middleweight andwelterweightchampion Southwest Conference Plav

Mother outstanding of Loyola rates : -

I, Harkness, "the complete Sugar Ray Robinson last BY COLLIE NICHOLSON well, 250-pound center, Sao Paulo. Brazil. "
Leading Pinch Hitter week gave every indica-
basketball player. New York Giants; Stone
LA. (SPECIAL) were selected on
tion of being 'finished'as Johnson, 180-pound halfback -
Negro Thinclads here might be an Associated Press, United
r a top-ranking per- Kansas City Chiefs
Press International and
equalizing phenomena
1v6 former, as he gave avery Robert; Burton 245- o't*.. '
ar. Facing RussiansIn i afoot, but if SOB(thingisn't ; NAIA All-American teams.
inept performancein tackle, and William
done in a hurry, Grambling's successful
July Meet losing a 10-round the Grambling Tigers Brown 225-pound end, mentor Fred Hobdy, was
f decision to contender
Houston Oilers Clarence
, will turn the South- named "NAIA Coachofthe -
100 YAPD DASH Joey Giardello.
Cook 230-pound end,
western Athletic Conference Year" by Basketball
Robert Hayes, .Paul Dray- Robinson even sufferedthe Pittsburgh Steelers; and
into .a farcial Writers of America.
; ton. rYh JY. indignity'of"being' comedy with their undis- Clifton McNeil 185- Hobdy hrs a career mark
f. 220 YARD DASH blasted to the canvas pound end, Cleveland
< turbed monopoly of 187 victories in 218
,.; '- Robert Hayes, Paul Dray- for a nine-count in. the Browns.
.. ., Gramblingycompiled a games.
4 ,., ri /' ton, Henry Carr. fourth round; and apparently compositfootball- Seventeen exTigershave

t ; ; .- ___ FUNNING BROAD,JUMP LEFTY Al Jackson of the was saved froma basketballbaseballrecord signed orofesslonal BALL CLUB COPTITE
!i1- .. ,J..U-\j __ New York Mets pitching knockout by tte bell* of 64 victoriesin contracts for the coming Conference baseball
Ralph Boston
i4; ;,r < staff is considered in the sixth.It .
1JiA: one
season. teams chased the Tigersin
iiJ. t; "fl" 75 events during the
t-4 W 120 YD. of the better is doubted if this
':.;. HIGH HURDLES majors' '62- '63 session, won two CAGERS CARRY ON futile disgust as

.....1L'!>: "' ""CJ; ? Hayes Jones batters along with his same Giardello, a slug- SWAC titles and earned President-Coach R.W.F.
; mound work. In a recent ging counter at Grambling cagers delighted -
L.i? ;:. 440 YARD DASH puncher wide national recogni- Jones logged his third
1':. WIpl. Ulis Williams Adolph game against the Phila- best, could have lasted tion in sports partisans witha straight SWAC diamond
;5c: A. Plummer. delphia Phillies Jack- more than two rounds 30-3 record and championship.The .
across the country.The .
4 .
& ,, "" "' -_' son connected for 2 hitswhile with Robinson in his finished third in the team had 28-
.... .j" 880
J '- ''ii. .YARD RUN illustrious
....... ............., '- Tigers NAIA tournement after
< .,. ; Jim Dupree allowinghis op heyday. Now, however never had it so good A 4 record.
..f' .. ; Jump ponents 7 hits for a Robinson, at 43 and a Glum Eddie Robinson's winning the SWAC crown. Grambling advanced to

.>>,It ". High 3-1 win.CLAY. veteran of more than 20 gridders had The team ranked No. 2 the finals of the NAIA i
) an incon-
Gene JohnsonThe nationally in final Associated -
of professional
.l years tournament In St.
official listing sistent 8-2-f. season
: ( and
<;. "'"" OKAYS fighting, is way pass but Press Joseph, Mo. before
Grambling gained
will be published upon International
fh. < ,: hi s peak. In prize national United Press bowing to Sac Houston
b '".e:::.... "'..:j ,, .x c release. ) LISTON BOUTLONDON fighting lingo, he "is tige when eight stars pres- polls.Confidence State, 2-1, and attainedthe
., :.;. w & "- over the hill." aboundedeach distinction of
t.( t. "" Hill Of F from the rare
MTips squad signed
';;";:' ..:J; : jubilant over Sugar showed flashes of professional time the team took winning the NAIA team
JESSE GONDER. number two catcher for the CalhovR his predicted 5th-round his old self in the than the floor with All- batting and team pitch-
Cincinnati Reds, was Capping the ball at,a kayo over Brittish Empire seventh and eighth in bonuses and salaries. Americans Hershell. West ing championships for

400Taverage in a pinpch.hitter;, ,s role_as LOS ANGELES (ANP) heavyweight cham- rounds, but didn't have Heading the list and Willis Reed confounding the regular season.

of tha middle of June. .fonder, .wi th- San Lee Calhoun, former pion Henry Cooper, brash enough to sustain the Junious Buchanan, was the crystal gazers..

Diego"of the Pacific :Coat League in: 1962 Olympic hurdles champion undefeated heavyweight offensive.In No. 1 draft choice in The brilliant duo accounted Signs PactACCEPTS

,. won the League's batting title with a N from North Carolina College challenger Cassius Clay both rounds, the the American Football for 1,557 of the 'It.

i:;: .342 mark--the second catcher in PCL history was among six tentatively accepted a near capacity crowd of League. 3,041 points Grambling

:' to do so--became the first catcher athletes and eight September world title 8,598 in Convention Hall Buchanan scored in 33 games.

1 1 in the circuit's history to win the runs- coaches chosen by the fight with Sonny Lis- cheered the fading ex- tackel received, a 280-pound a five- West bucketed 858 r
Helms Foundation boardas ton..provided the champ champion. But the points to compete a
batted-in title (161) and was the League s figure bonus and signed
t Most Valuable Player awardee. His phenomi- members of its track gets by Floyd Patterson cheers which once spur- a two-year pact that brilliant career with .

mal seadon was climaxed with his selection and field Hall of Fame. during their July 27th red Robinson to furious 2,660 points. He will
will make him of
,' as Topp's National Association Player The selections were announced championship encounterat action could do little one tour South America this
Las highest paid summer with a 14-man U.
Vegas. than
last week by more assauge
-' of the Year award for the entire minor'leagues. players. '
the board. The "louisville Lip" pride. S. squad on a 'goodwilltrip"

I F''NY4 .
. /. fairways rent f caws' .. with Calhoun a native last Tuesday night asked the big ques- Kansas City Chiefs after the Department of
of Gary Ind. were Tom week to pummel Cooper toa tion put to him after performing in the 30th State and the AAU.

I '. CHICAGOANPThe original Forty Club of Courtney, Jack Davis bloody TKo before several. of his recent annual All-Star classicin Reed scored 699 points
Chicago will hold its seventh annual the Chicago on Aug. 2. the Tigers before
t ... golf tournament Frank Held. John J. 55,000 screaming fans in bouts. As he left for
Wednesday July 10 at Wicker Park Golf writers Other Grambling stars starring for the U.S. in
Kelly and Al Oerter. the fifth canto, told ring, sports TERMS All pro
Course in Highland Park, Ind. The coaches Included Jack Nllon, advisor to yelled at him: "Will signed are Kenneth the Pan American Games defensive halfback Herb

: : Trophies and other prizes will be awarded during Ivan Fuqua Connecticut; Liston "I'll take the you retire now?" Th 284-pound tackle. and in the World Basketball Adderley of the world

t the tournament which will be held in conjunc- Chester Jenkins. Maine; fight if the price is Robinson replied that Chicago Bears; Lane Ho- Championships in champion Green Bay Pack-

tion with a bridge tournaments, followed by a right." he w mid make a state- ers, has agreed to tens
L land P. Lingle Dixie
I Increase Tourneys
dinner for participants and their guests. Southern IllinoisArchie Nilon immediately replied went the following day Budget for the 1963 season by

Atty. Aaron H. Payne of Chicago., is chaixvui of Post Vermont; Frank 'I've come 3.500 and let it go at that. Given returning hit signed
Commission Slowup Silford
the committee It the 13 defeat I contract to the
'__ host I Anderson. Texas"AtM:; miles to get you The was chaopg.

f .: V ailCo. Mack Clark Texas price will be right in for the once invincible TALLAHASSEEA total GRAND BLANC. Mich.. -- Coach Vlace Loabardl has

'. INDEPENDENT I Christian: Percy Beard September." Robinson in 170 fights. anticipated budget of Hampered by inability to also announced the

I&KQSENE HOME. DELIVERY I Florida, and Harold No place nor date-was Giardello scored. his expenditures of $2,790, play in the Dixie Tournaments signing of safetjuao

: MECHANIC ON DUTY Drew. Alabama mentioned. 92nd victory in 121 216 for the fiscal year Charlie Sifford Willie Wood. Between

Ike Joseph ------------------- Proprietor fights. 1963-64 was approved by the nation's top pro-Negro them Adderley and Wood

State and Jefferson Streets El 6-9432 I' the Game and Fresh Water golfer managed to keep in intercepted If passes
Tallritfi College Fish Commission June 21. spending money recentlywhen last year. Herb WM the

t Gels Top Award according to A. n. Aldrich he picked up $310 in league's third best

"Proa director. the $50,000 Indianoplis kickoff return MB lat
no one may be barred on
I <\4t .LOS ANGELES!: (ANP) The 1963-64 budget Indicates Festival tournament. year in returning 15 fora
t .. :' account-of-race or.colo *'* .
& ** -* T/* Decathlon cnaapioir C.[ a netincreaseof 27.9 yards effort.YAGNOLIM .
: t" 1?
C* T
.. Tang last week the
.,.... was $96.427 over the
P\ ',' recipient of three 1962/63 budget of
A Co-educational
i ... : trophies at the UCLA 2693789. The antici- GARDEN'S FIRST DRUG STORE

;...:} ...... ; Founded 1867 At Talladega Ala track awards dinner in pated revenue from the
> Chartered In 1869 the Westwood Student sale of hunting and LMer i

",.'. D.n ion. fishing licenses is ex- Von'sPharmacy

pected to exceed that of
; ./: Fully Accredited Four Year Liberal Arts Watch This Clown
.; j ; 1962-63 and as & result
i J(' Program Makes Tall adega Famous I ..' 21 8 5& the 1963-64 budget indicatea'increases v7

; For The Success
t of Its GraduatesIn 483-1-891 salaries" services and

:, In Six Short Months That t advanced Studies and Professions -. capital outlay.Eyes .
.g" r 2735 West AI.
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,. Throughout This Country And Abroad '5i 5Sf.

Will Be BENEfiCIAL "1V Member V .: "J.. it4 44: 400fh t Let Us fill! Your Next PrescriptiM

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f ; JACKSONVILLEBAUER United College Fund 38-45- 15 lefty Warren Spahn. who
Wide AssGrtfflEnt Of PateN H4teto
285 10 holds
341 more major league

COLLEGE INC. Inquires to t tie Registrar Sometimes he' a up $*ec"ords! than any other Cosmetics Sundries CMrKtiMMf

Sometimes he's down southpaw in history, planson

t 63O DAVIS ST. at Beaver LJddress Cohen T. Simpson He adds subtracts two more 20-games win- PLEASE Dial PO 5-4485 or PO 5-1582

111% Air. CiHItimfmiSIIVILlE He works it all around ning seasons in order to
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:- 1.'All around the land folk rang bells this week. NAACP summit meet at St. Stephens.She Royal Crown. Small-B uip With Elec.

Some,smart person in Washington came up with the little boss was putting prices on shelvesthe Sunday will be cele- Stove, Hot Wtr Htr-

idea of ringing bells to remind us of our glorious straw boss was bringing In boxes and the big boss brated as Pastoral Day __. _ColaJOHNNIE'S _._ .- 1416 W. 5th Street
customers. .b. at the Church of Christ "' -- !!J_ _
heritage and ,love of freedom. We wonder if the was outside car-hopping and waiting on >

bells" rang in Jackson, Mississippi, Cambridge. All hands were busy Friday nite, as "Mr. T." Written in Heaven 143 APARTMENT FIR WENT

Md. and :Danville, Va. The only bells that Aunt personally opened up his latest Jax Liquors Drivein Kings Rd. Bishop J. C. ROOMING HOUSE'JOHNNIE'S Completely Farn-ktr &

Haggar's chillun feel like ringing are those of on 33rd and Moncrief. The place opened a few Blakely, pastor. ROOMS-All Gas Furn-Couples OnlyEl

doom and sorrow. Like "toll de bells." days, earlier but with the help of all hands they Sunday School will begin Modern Furn-H&C Wtr- 3.9942APARTMENT

Last week we mentioned a red-hot combo, the J- made'it through the week-end. at 10 a.L with the Free TV In Every Room
225 East Union Street fiR RENT
Notes. Ray Love is the name of the lad who is so Everyday you find out something new. We knew superintendent, Mrs.
3-BdRms-Dowastai- .c
far out on the flute and sax, Robert Coley is, that Marie Brinkley was nice to look at. In factwe Emma McClendon and
BOYS WANTEDEarn Wtr-West Side-No Childn-
fender bass man, Ron Tool E.J', on trumpet, John almost lost our sight looking when she won a teachers in charge.!
the Rooms Also-El 4-3720
Cash Selling
Sanders on "git-box and Richard Williams on bathing beauty contest at EWC. But, we did not- Mrs. Dorothy Blakely

; drums complete .the combo.: Henry Hodge serves as know that she is also nice to listen to. Marie will serve as piano- Florida Star Newspapers- # 112 SPECIALH

vocalist and business lian ler. Our main man Rudy handles the vocals with a group called the accoqjanist. Choir 1 and 2117 Wlshart StreetOr "JINX RBMVING"! (Sure
Call Fl 9-1271
Ford is emcee and manaboutthehouse.The "Dukes." They appear regularly at an ofay club Board 1 will serve Luck Oil) IMPORTED FROM

last of the big spenders was out on the and on week-ends at the El Dorado. Sam "Teix"Berrjris .. .Selects ALFRED E.Bethune MCGEE throughout the day. The N.Y. Lire-In Maid THE HOLY LAND OF INDIA.
:. town Sunday night..'Cato.:Holmes had his entourage: 'oa*bornj English White sax; Rudy' Lud pastor will deliver the Used by Thousands of

with him. Gene Till man had the sack of money and way, guitar; Allen Devoe, bass and Vernon Bar- sermon. GUARANTEED Jobs-$35-$55 Americans with great
Alfred E. McGee, a
low, drums. Vernon's following Horace Greeley's YPCW will meet at 6 Wk-Fare Advanced. -Ual-
"Little" Simpkins was bodyguard. They took ia success. Use Like Per-
all of the spots. The boys found out that "The advice and is going West. 1963 graduate of New p.m. with Mrs. S. M. lory Agency, 576 MerrickRd. fume. COMES TO YOU WITH

Woods" is safer than their headquarters. Stanton Senior High Brown and instructorsin Lynbrook, N. Y.
Blalock To Install Mother Midway School, was winner of charge. Evening wor- .
Willie "Trouble" Woods and his man Earl Fields -- IN THE BOTTLE.Get .

took in the nite life. Willie tells everybodythat Brewster Men s AME ChurchThe Psi the annual$500 scholarshipaward. Kappa Alpha ship Thursday starts. night's at 8 o'clock. NEW YORK MAIDSTo Yours Now! Only. .$2.
Richard Williams, is, the top hide man in town. $65 Wk-Jobs Waiting W. C. Service, P. 0.
New Officers
Pre-Centennial anni-
service starts at
By ''h ide-man', we mean drummer. Tickets Sent-M&M Agcy. Box 305 C. P. Sta.
The of Mrs. Edna H.
versary of Mother MidwayAME s n 8 o'clock. I
speaking of drummers, Billy Moore gave up the Attorney S. Gordon Bla- I 210 Post Ave Westbury NY Detroit 21, Michigan I
Church will be held Brunsom of 1813.Mars. Visitors .
ghost this week. Billy left for the West Coast.He lock chairman of.,the are always ,-
28th through St. McGee held the
Sunday. July welcome to share in
plans to w ark on his Ph. D. and play drums al Board of Directors of our IMPERIAL SUNBRIES :
August 5th. celebratingthe following offices whileat services.
so. More power to him. Many of us who are still on Brewster Methodist Hospi- school Patent Medicines Cosmetics
98th year.of the :
the merry-go-round wish we had the courage to tal will Install the RENT All Leading Hair Preparations
church's existence and President of the Cooperative I r APARTMENT FOR ,
pull out and tell our bosses and their slaves to newly elected officers of the third of its pastor. Education Club New unfum One Bdm. Apt. I Cnr. BROAD AND ASHLEY EL 4-2159
do-you-know-what. the Brewster Men s Club
Rev. J.W. Jones. and also of his 12th Kite. Fquip-Hot Wtr. Htr. !
Margaret Wingate mother of horn man Teddy Washington Sunday at 7:45 a.m. in
The program committee is Grade Homeroom Class; a & Space Htr. Full Tile
had an operation last week. She is in the Hospital's cafeteria.
[3 [i] [3mmI
working on an outstandingslate member of Stanton' National Bth. 431 W. 18th St. Apply
Brewster Hospital. On the happy side of the hospital Fvery member of the club of activities which Honor Society.He 1643 Main Street Grocery. .
>eenasked tf bring a
rest, the Walkers are proud parents of a has J will include many out was equally prominentin

bouncing baby boy. Mama fs the former Marian guest to witness the in- standing local churches other school acti- .I PIANO. WANTED SENSATIONAL K
stallation ceremoniesand -
Sutton. individuals and available]jrities.SfAldred. I I Will
to dine with the K
WE GOOFED Last week we said that J. B. Led- talent. 4 ,.
plans to enter K
for Used PianoCall:
better played guitar with Chick Minor and the club._ *
Fach officer and member Bethune-O Friday Saturday Monday Tuesday
:>okman College I SP 14290 I
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this fall and w ill K YOU MUST BRING COUPON!
Roy Hcintrye and wife Catherine were in town : Josh Hillman. presi- or her royal colors by study pre-medicine .Piano Toning & Repairs

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Roy and "Cat" home but we were glad to see them. president, Harold Ferguson this coming celebrationand is 14290 i I
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the go in Louieville there is no place like home. tary, James Lundy finan- full program will he is Furnished-Near Bus Lines !

Rutledge Pearson and our other freedom fightersleft cial secretary; Samuel be announced. tical experience receiving in prac-his 475 West 19th Street I KLEENEX I i I II CREAM I
Graham, treasurer; C.A. 356-8301 I
for Chicago Sunday night' They are attendingthe chosen
NAACP confab currently' session. Before the Willis chaplain. Hlllle APPLICATIONS FOR Students profession.from throughout ''Services* 1 19 !. 1 '98 i Value 77$ !
Howard. Sergeantatarmand ,
group left town, they had a sort of all-Florida MARRIAGE LICENSESJohn Duval =: 5.6,8.9NN
J. Earl Morse the County were Sound Service for Advertising -

retiring president, pre- considered for the annual Dances, Ball

MOVIE GUIDE sident emeritus. Calif.A. Peters, 25 and Compton Liz-- Achievement award. Certificatesof will soon Games, etc. Also Loud /.....-...COUPO N .-t !IMNNNNN. ....-..-.C I U peN-.NNIN N.:.
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STRAND in Some of the members have of Northwesternand Re cord Hops etc. \ 22" x 44" :;

worked with the outgoing Smith 612 James Gloster of El 3-5902-SOUND SERVICE i
lock Mahoney "SAVAGE GUNS"Britfgette president from the foun- Lee St. 19 and' Kill New Stanton. I AQUA NET 1 |! BATH TOWELS!

"CALIFORNIA"I Bardot dation of the club. They n. Murphy. 1257 Jefferson Scholarship committee Gospel i
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A Big Action Western in will be in a position to participants included: $

and "A VERY relate some of the pro- John. Orange.C. Williams.21 and VioletJ. 533W. Chester Cowart, chairman .I...___July...__5,6,8,9.._...._.._.._I .'.....},,....... gress of the club and ; Robert Knight Haw Music
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