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 13, 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
Rights Management:
Copyright Florida star. Permission granted to University of Florida to digitize and display this item for non-profit research and educational purposes. Any reuse of this item in excess of fair use or other copyright exemptions requires permission of the copyright holder.​
Resource Identifier:
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34175599 ( OCLC )
AKR0018 ( NOTIS )
sn 96027111 ( LCCN )

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Indian River star (Titusville, Fla.)
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Indian River star (Cocoa, Fla.)


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U. TALLAHASSEE---A suit is being filed in ee

Leon Circuit Court this week by a Negro
TUes aT. June 16th
TAMPA---A motion to
dismiss an integration. doctor* and"three white Miami attorneys T eOll.

suit against Universityof of One of the _
seeking to block further expenditure
Tampa was denied top-ranking ...' ;;;:1
state funds for support of the Negro law George 0. Butler, '
here July 3 by a fed. ;;
oral judge. school at Florida A. and M. University.All tor of Community Rel ; Registration _

U. S. District AttorneysThe law tions and Educati m
Judge versity of Florida
1 Joseph Lieb, turned plaintiffs, Dr. school which has been the President s Coma _
down a motion challenging John 0. Brown, ex- desegregated and could tee on Equal Negroes' Mov

the 'propriety of -Circuit Judge Stanley absorb all of A. and Opportunity,will d '. the Jacksonville NI? '::.. ****

representation by two Ifillege and attorneys M.' s law students. an NAACP-sponsored J> grave concern over school

I' New York lawyers representing Howard Dixon and Tobias $200.000-Per Student lic massing it affects the plan for de-
Tuesday night July
the two Negro Simon have mailed a Because only 5 lawyers the U. S. Circuit Court
at 8:30 p.m. in
plaintiffs seekingto taxpayers' suit to the have been produced at this year.
Stephen AME ,
enter the University -
Circuit Court Clerk the A. and M. law Fifth and Davis Sts. an, at- tion revealed that during -
s evening contending, in effect, school in its entire Mr. Butler's ti fr s the month of August;

school. the law school shouldbe history, plaintiffsclaim night appearance on possibly abcmt Aegust 22
Ferguson and Blake closed and alleges that each lawyerhas Jacksonville is Duval another registrationwill
based their contentions that expenditures for be held. When the
costed taxpayersmore
out that
sidered of timely
f on New York attorneys its operation are than $200,000 to since he parents (date is definitely de-
(date is definitely de-
t Jack Greenberg illegal: educate.The their
been delegated by
oided by school officialit
and Constance.-Baker Because they 'main- plaintiffs, said
\ '\" Motley not being mem- tain and support an in- they derived that figure Nq will be aaeeoeced in

., '.. bers of the Florida Bar. stitution of higher by adding the $350,000- deal of the which FLOttlBA time parents STAR. are at

\ '. The University attorneys learning segregation as plus spent for con- 5A was urged to apply for admission -
argued that UT to race" in violationof
about the
struction of
the facility -
: or transfers to
is a private institution federal law. but
and the $80,000- the schools of their
......... and that on grounds Only 5 Pass Exams plus spent annually for : Duval choice.
cl aimsthe two Ne- The suit further taking
maintainance since the The NAACP official
,-.. ,.. groes--Miss Hazel Gib- claims that only 37 school opened in 1951. the new pointed out that Negro !
son, a high schoolteacher students ,have graduatedfrom ,
Plaintiffs also con- children living at Atlantic -
:" and James Hammond the at the
: all'Negrolaw
tend that heart of the Beach. Jackson-
---- ,- an,.electrical school since its first j
,-cas8hlJes-in the: fact ville Beach. New Berlin
Contractor--were not 1954 commencementexercises. : ht the ..
and Balfwti sfcwald apply
\. that Negroes are entitled ..
applicable. adding, to state-provided I to to attend the schools
However, the plain- only 5 of its alumni education facilities on in nearest their hom 0. The'
tiffs attorneys in the have passed the Florida s" was Jacksonville
same applies to -
a basis equal to whites. GEORGE 0. BUTLER :
defense's allegations Bar examination and Although the suit does ..Distinguished of fear city students

I stated that the University only 16-students were not list the government to who should apply to any
had received enrolled in the three at the Uni- the Nation's Ne : school of their choice

substantial financialaid year program last year. versity of Florida law with the many \ fears whether the school is

from Hillsborough Also, only one of the school, it does state tunities available [ parents near to their homes or

County, the state, the 16 scored high enoughon that the cost at UP is them in Civil action not.
city of Tampa and the a law aptitude test one-tenth or less of employment and high'I could Johnson indicated that
federal under he, added. there is dissatisfaction -
government. to qualify to the Uni- the cost at A. and '". available
ment contracts.Jax there'll over the oae-grade-
NAACP Branch action: desegregation
S.tll..tFehws a-year
Floradale Matron sident Rutledge are work- plan which GIld take
urging all postal
PublicDtmoRsfrifioH 11 more years before Negroes -
government employes in will be able to
Slays HusbandA well as those the ma- attend one of the so-
j TALLAHASSEE---Local for future don't called "white" senior
contract employment
officials ana top rep- racial high schools.He .
41-year old address as suspect. the general public
resentatives of Winn- woman is ;: said the NAACP will
Dixie Supermarket came being held in city jail Reports state that Mrs. on hand to hear is at- be forced to seek some

to an amicable understanding without bond pending out- Bellamy said her husband Butler's address. NAACP relief from the courts
come of a preliminary had stayed out all night limited
a .
which resulted r come September.
hearing charging her with and she went to a resi- oeriod-3 official expressedthe
in the promised hiring
of two Negro cashiersand the Sunday, July 7th pis- dence in the 1100 blockof Riled 0. 7 to 10- feeling that Duval
tol-slaying of her 46- Hart St. where she saw factor Negroes are not taking
the upgrading of
colored employes withina year husband. his car parked and inquired In r aN failure advantage of the gains
Awaiting outcome of as to his where- secure being made following efforts -
30-day period, it was
homicide investigation is abouts. She said she told ORLANDO Orlando they to break down
announced this week.
Mrs. Minnie L. Bellamy, that her husband was not came the second said the segregation in the cityand
The NAACP' Labor and
5552 Minoso Circle. Pro- there. city to eliminate opened oosaty.It .
Industry committee, com- nounced dead on arrival, She said she then got segregation when the was pointed oat thata

prised of Father DavidH. at Duval Medical Center into the car and drove in Robert S. Carr it. n a ber of Negroes who
Brooks chairman
from the effect of a .32 the intersection of this week that 29 complained about lunch
Reverends Z.Z. Copeland calibre chest wound was Everson and Grothe Sts. and motels and 27 "a counter segregation are I
C.K. Steele, Milton Cox Wilbur Bellamy, same and saw her husband rants had agreed to still using the segregated -
Mrs. Daisy Young Miss I
emerge between two house racial bars. from the counters at downtown -
E. Rackard, Mrs. C. in the 1100 block of St. Petersburg Instruc- stores.I :
Baker andduason Mrs. James the first Florida cl
Grothe St. and head
met with the : NAACP Pro 1q
f north on Payne St. She erase segregation .
Supermarket's officials said she started following its local customs
for several conferencesand Of Uiioi Officiil
im in the car and week after the
wnen talks failed, .M y. caught up with him in 2,000-member A spokesman for the

conducted picket-demon (he 1400 block of Payne.. Commerce and Its of the National Association
strations which were de- then her husband ,started Council simult m of Colored People said

clared twenty-five per- approaching the car on adopted strong the Branch expects to COB -
cent effective after one the driver's side, Mrs. in immediately of alleged "off-
week and a few days of Bellamy told police she racial bars. of a local union of

action. took a .32 calibre pistol Mayor Carr this week. *

The Committee plans to which was in the car and integration as Is city.

stepup Operation Employ fired at hfe twice, the been brought The NAACP sf>.ke.maa
anent for the hiring of second bullet entering through the peace 28tb also disclosed that his
qualified Negroes in his chest. tiations of his at i
feels that
group both
city Bounty, government Police said Bellamy hada ber advisory .. Corp. the union official sad
and private enterprise. calibre .38 Smith and on Interracial time a
the pay--lf they are
through meetings with MBMIE LEE BELLAMY Weston pistol in his The Committee will said to
top officials in all respective ...Held For Homicide pocket. tinue to work. onion's involve4--haie overstepped -
) their bonds
since a reeeat pool of
I C itfee Med 1...* Lee Day With Pepsi Te le Big them jobs with if the natioa amto a have j
sympathy for NAACP
FORT PIERCE---Former The Joseph Lee Day ob- Pepsi-Cola Bottling Company servance is being with and other group sponsored I
Fort Pierce News pub- servance, honoring the and the Florida sored br the demometratioas sad
lisher H. T. EDna Jr., fomder of the play Star, the athletic Bottling Co. of is the top-raaki&g melon

J was the fifth white ground movement in festival will present a John Roleaan is to have officials have promised

ember appointed to America will take on a mixture of rivalry embellished dent. The neither to cooperate with President -
Fart Pierce biracialcommittee colorful aspect this with prize, in keeping with nor the Kea4ys cwrreat

Tuesday byMayor year when it is held on trophies prizes, col r- Pepsi policy of ) stand for efforts to break the
L. A. 0Lanfhlin July 25 in the Kirtle f d Pepsi-caps and other on youth. The same be- color-barrier la the

jr. Enns was United Avenue Ball Park.This iteas! that make for a known bottling in any unions' discriminatory

Pu4 chairman for St. year through the truly great event. ran a weekly or hiring practices.t .
&.1. County last year. efforts of the local The Joseph Lee Day ob- outstanding Negro in this
borne of his foster .otlM .,

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t I __ BY ERIC 8 SlfiSPSIN

Published by the Plorida Star Publishing Co.
w > The Patent Office of the U. S. Depart-
Associated Press
llember of Negro ", e.
ment of Commerce, in recognition of the

ERIC I. SIUPS8N................MHaffef EtitirALYSIN ; :
k role played by the Negro investor in the

E. WISE................News tutor &4'QI1i4TPc development of American techaology, has

i, ,NINA WMTEH....................CkciiatM M i acr announced that It will participate in the
4- Century of Negro Progress Exposition, to

f MAIN IFFICE & PLANT be held in Chicago, August 16 through

September 3, in McCormick Place.

t t .. 2323 Mwcrief Read.....PMe ae ELi'M 4-6782- ,:. Commissioner of Patents David L. Ladd

i' -EL 4-8783 N i '.- said the department exhibit will illustrate -
MAILING ABiRESS.P. the Negro s contribu-
... .--:"" '
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tions to the American free
'. B. in 561 Jacksnillli 1 1t Fliri.a l 'J-' .
." enterprise systemand will

'ff' SUBSCRIPTS RATES also point out the employment

f f' One Year $6.00Half Year $4.00 ,
opportunities available to .
1 Hailed to Too Anywhere in the United States : : ', (

; Subscription payable in Advance -. :, all in the patent office.

Send Check or Honey order. to: .E _;,. The Commerce Department is
'j the fifth government agency SIMPSON
Jacksonville X. Florida .!
to announce participation in the event.

I Assistant Peace Corps Director .. Those previously signed include the State

, : DepartmentPost Office DepartmentVeterans
Points Out New Day's DawnThe
I Administration and Department of Health
stage of litigation in race relations ," Education and Welfare.
f "
,' ] is coming to an end, and 'the time for -+:' The city of Chicago and the state of

l re-integration has come" Dr. Samuel De- TO ELIMINATE ALL OBSTACLES TO COMPLETE I INTER6RATIONiy Illinois, as well as several other states

Witt Proctor, associate director of the -. -. .- -
and foreign countries, will also be exhibiting -
told Union Univer- r
Peace Corps, Virginia
during the 18-day program.

I, versity graduates. r rH r- The centennial commemorates the 100th
" The American Negro Dr. Proctor said, : WeekIY Proclamation -
IR I < = : i anniversary of the Emancipation
R! used to be integrated into a plantation AI : which became-effective January 1,

I life when 'we walked with our heads eG ide I 1863, and freed from bondage a reorle, who

bowed and our hats in our hands the : 0 r 0 SeD p u have since played a vital role in the

Negro left this world into a segregated growth of this country. Chicago will be

world, he said, and "now we are coming '
: PAILO The ASTROLOGER the site of the only national
back standing tall and looking at it eye- ,
. t this momentous event.

! level.' WHICH AfcE YOUR LUCKY DAYS FORBUSINESS I More than 100 of the nation's foremost

Dr. Proctor, a former president of Vir- corporations are contributing to the ex-

j ginig Union, gave the commencement address : LOVE TRAVELARIES : position., The board of trustees and'.advisory .

seniors - - - -
to 124 graduating at the Negro -
n board are composed of outstandingcivic I

institution. .
and business leaders. .
In former years, he said, ",we were famous 5-30-55-12-42-531 Someone may be trying to any serious mistakesthat Centennial
... Emancipation
Born March 21st thru deceive you by sowing The American Negro
could nullify them
for pancakes and buck-dancing. Now
April 19th CANCER confusion in your mindor altogether. The solar Authority of 1963, Inc. is a not-for-

we want you to see our engineers and our Born June 22nd thru among your neighborsand eclipse denotes that Alton A. Davis of

I You will have one more you profit corporation. 1
i opera singers. Before we were content outstanding opportunityto July 22nd relatives. Do not may have to work against is executive director of the
.believe what could be Chicago, !
with the scraps from the table. Now we bring something to a Life has been one grand tremendous odds, especially -
successful conclusion, joy ride so fur this malicious. gossip. in connectionwith event. I
want the right to sit where others sit {
to accept a job offer or month, this cannot goon 4-20-66-14-95-426 money. Any attemptsto

and earn our way." to collect the funds or jforever. You have a tr- short cuts or to
r i
Past This
If the time is ripe, he said, "ideas inheritance that a few chance' for one._ more 23rd thru make secret deals are Week"An iI
; Born Sept.
of you may have coming fling which you should not likely to pan out. I
can no more be denied than one can stop If unexpected Oct. 23rd .
an 3-60-88-18-39-368
(17th) grasp before it passes

the tide from ebbing and flowing." Today, opening is presented you by (17th). It seems If you have fallen CAPRICORN ANP Feature

he said, an idea "lies on the threshold. particularly in connec- as if you may have to short in previous attempts Born Dec. '22nd thru July 14, 1798---Richard Allen, founder i'
tion with your culturalor take up your responsibilities there seems to Jan. 19thI
of history. Its time has come. Neither of the AYE Church
heart interests, although they be only one day left to organized city-wide

dogs nor water hoses can hold it back. bring up what is on your are apt to be onerous, attain your major ob others f. you th ink that nursing service during yellow fever epi- I
"It is the idea that a man's color is ,mind. Great care will according to the solar jectives. From then on, due respect or con demic in Philadelphia.
have to be exercised not eclipse (20th). Make consolidate your power I

incidental to his net worth and his rights to force results which certain that your con- an d take any steps sideration, you can be July 14, 1881--Tuskegee ,Institute .(Alabama -,
,quick to take offense.But ..
must be guaranteed on the basis of law and could be disadvantageous duct is not open to deemed necessary to see this is not always ), enrolls first students.< f ft
instead of favorable. criticism, also that t
that it is not snatchedaway
Justice and not on the basis of human what is Intended. You July 15 1873---Quinn Chapel AME Cfruroh,
Restrain yourself when your health is not found from! yon. The solar !
tastes and preferences regarding race." you realize that you are wanting. Financial pres- eclipse indicates that would be wiser to make of the oldest churches in Chicago, was l
full allowances
for the
1 'All of the excitement of today," he overreaching yourself. sures could induce you you may fall under a mistakes of others destroyed by fire for the second time. 1
7-20-88-15-62-728 to take risks you would
shadow for spell. You
added, "is nothing more than birth painsof normally' avoid. a around you. You seem to July 16, 1862---Ida B. Wells-Barnett
1 TAURUS will have enough to do
an idea whose time has come." Born April 20th ,thru 870221334872LEO to maintain your posi- this month the last to get chance the initiator of anti-lynch. campaign of 1890s,

Since the Emancipation Proclamation May 20th tion without reachingout ,ball rolling that will was born in Holly Springs, Miss. Before

Proctor said, Negro history has gone Should you have failedto Born July 23rd thru your for allies more. Although may be help you and your partner coming to Chicago where she was an opponent -
achieve purposes to materialize
your your
through three stages: disintegration of Aug. 22ndIf friendly enough under of segregation and a political
heretofore, the chances hopes, or-; to get your
the slave society immediately following of'doing 'so 'are falling something remains normal circumstances; future projects under worker, she edited her own paper .The'
some of them are likelyto
I! the Civil War, the building of a segre- in the category of undone, get moving at expect big favors in way (17th) Memphis Free Speech, in Memphis, Tenn. in

) gated society imitating white society, diminishing returns. A once to take advantageof return for their aid or 4-90-33-15-81-493 1892, three of her friends were lynched: in
real opportunity to gain the last remaining
and the litigation stage when the Negro someone*s assent to your opportunity to cash in co-operation. AQUARIUSBorn Memphis, and because of her editorialsand

filed suits to destroy segregation.Now offers or proposals occurs or to establish the ele- 9-10-11-19-65-916 Jan. 20th thru investigations her paper was destroyedby

(17th). Use ments for future Feb. 18th
he said, the litigation stage is your SCORPIOBorn whites. After her life was threatened,
most convincing argument and peace of mind. Oct. 24th thru You have only ode day
ended "There is not much new for the with all the force of Discord is apt to multi Nov. 22nd left this month to dis- she left the city. She lectured against

courts to say"and the time for re- your feelings, to win ply, becoming more and play your skills, obtain lynching in U. S. cities and in England.
the prize that lies .more difficult to The rosy outlook that
integration has came.Construction. recog- hearing from higher July 16, 1866---Preedfflen' bureau, or-
made the, two previous
within your grasp. The nize and overcome. A up to establish an economic -
solar eclipse is not avery solar eclipse provides quarters so unique:and policy that will ganized to assist recently emancipatedNegro

Committee propitious event.It confirmation that sins interesting is due to
prove profitable to slaves, continued over the veto of
could signify plans of omission can be as burst into its full yourself and your as-

gone wrong, interrupted detrimental as those of glory. It will then fade sociates. From then on President Johnson.

communications or the commission (20th). Give away, leaving you with It will simply be a July 17, 1862---Congress arms Negroes to
inability to make wise-9] greater attention to certain problems that
matter muddling along take part in the Civil War.
decisions. This does not..4III your well-being. Set up will be difficult to resole. -
best Pro-
I as yon can.
-3 a new set of resolutions The solar,eclipse July 18, 1864---General Sherma launched
tect your Job and financial -
2-80- 714-85-283 to'overcome your limitations now due gives testimony interests. The the famous march to sea, breaking the back
to the dampening. effect
{ YM GEMINI and handicaps. take solar eclipse suggests of the Confederacy during the Civil far.
bound to
Born May
'I that well
June 21st some of the joy out of you may as July 18, 1868---Negroes were legally declared
take your vacation,
.6-40-44-16-98-641 life. Kate no job change citizens in -ber of
should you have one American a aa 1
You nay work to advantage of"your"O"n aocord.
VIRGO coming at this time. Southern states. ;
in the pursuitof postpone"anl previous a
.. '- advancement, profitsor Born Aug. 23rd thru ideas you may have had 2-50-99-16-97-259 July 19, 1875---Alice Ruth Dauber Nel. t

Sept. 22hd to take a trip,especially -.
planned pals (17th)
sociologist author and widow of noted
put your best foot for- The sun is still shin- Jf this Is likely.tobe PISCES ,

ward, displaying the ing brightly on you and. harmful to your employment Born Feb. 19th thru poet Paul Laurence Dunbar, was bora in i

necessary; amount of aggression your hopes. There may relations. March 20th New Orleans. ,
that may. be also be talk of romance
Ja y. 20.. 18 48---Worgd'-e. tirst Waves* sRights
called for by the existing or marriage between 170771778178SAGITTARIUS w fi
If you have not previously -
i situation. Success friends. This' is aboutas done 'Convention held. loses s rights: sue
so everything
should be yours as a far as it may go at Born NOT. 23rd thru, seems to depend
} rr. J I consequence.isn't, postpone Bat further if It the solar present eclipse time.fore-The Dec. 21st ,_ S now case.well'This' you seems sum up to your be July 20, 1802-:;-Al xaader Dumas Pjjfe, ;

attempts until a future shadows a disappointment There seems to be only the last day for you to great French novelist and playwright,
I.I month when you are once the loss of an acquain one day remaining to
reveal your feelings ort was born.FLORIDA.
I tance or other developments crown your endeavors
again favored by more win the assent of the \

SEOUL KOREA. Every movable salvageable usable scrap of propitious indications. that dampen your with success. t'row thereon person with whoa you 'I.
lumber is utilized in Korea for projects sponsored by the joint The solar eclipse that spirits. Continue to you should confine ,wish to share ;
efforts of The Amerlcan-Korean Foundation and the Armed Forces your
Assistance. to Korea programs. now takes place confirms apply all the necessary your activities to protecting dreams and tture. IS SO OBVIOUSL BLESSED .

The committee above including military civilian and canine that you will have to safeguards to protect or exploiting IY NATURE WITH ITS FRIENDLY SUNSHINE iCAUTIFUL
shown inspecting' a recently assembled lot of salvage
personnel are your material resources Tour previous gains, SEMt-TtOMCAL SCENfftY THAT IT IS
lumber donated by AFAK to The American Korean Foundation adopt a more cautious BEACHES LAKES
to be used for 4-H Club structures' including improved' policy regarding }nco k. and personal security. taking pains not to makes 8-30-55-18-41-835 ONE OF THE WOOD'S G! AT? EAR'ROUND TOUttfT AMAS. ,
hog pens and shelters. """s 1


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Minted WMRMS,{ CUs WiIi.p Stanton Grads Reunite Engagement 'fi PUCAtM&IOt.
--x 4 *!-
Successful' 'Anniversary' : Session

PENSACOLA Delegates representing 56 fed- Laitiure, 1343 ,

erated clubs affiliated with the Florida Association Mr. and Mrs. Willie Spearing St. 20 and ;

of Women s Clubs Inc. ended their Mason announce the approaching Hattie L. Webb 1030 ,

Efeerald Anniversary session here July 2nd by marriage of Odessa St. 22. ;

blending their voices in singing God Be their daughter Lois Leory Allen. 759 W. ( i 1

with You til We meet Again. Ruth to Pfc. Jesse John- Duval St. 47 end Rally ;

\ Daring the. sessions- the- past presidents c' son Jr. son of Mrs. I. Smith 761 W Duval i

the Ethel-Johnson and the Street 22. i
body voted to send a following the initial !
letter of sympathy to the teeting of the Executive late Jesse Johnson Sr., Shellie L. Murphy 249

widow, of slain Mississippi Board which was conductedby the wedding to take Elm St., 34 aDd Johnnie I'

NAACP field secretary immediate past presi- place on August 4th W. Bolden 83 Chelsea
at St. Thomas Baptist Street. 25. i
Medgar Evers; gave dent, Mrs. Algenon L.
Its official endorsementto Church, 2333 Moncrief Charlie C. Lawson 716F. \
Bolden of Fort Pierce. i
all persons struggling Road. Rev. W. C. Neal 5th St.. 20 and Irene I
Mrs. Mamie Reese of Albany -
for equality under the Ga. serving as pastor, to officiate.The Carter 715g Florida J

law and sent congratulatory keynoter during Sunday reception will be Avenue. 22. ;

letters to the afternoon's public meetIng held immediately fol- Leo Frank.Bush, 1021 W.

students recently enrolled in Mt. Zion Baptist .... lowing the ceremony. 13th St. 25 and Pear-
by the Universityof Church, chose as her ..... Invitations are being lie Mae Lot hart. 834 w. ',
Alabama. theme "What is Needed t ..; Ii forwarded to relativesand 4th Street. 26.

In joint session with Now?' friends. Roosevelt Lyles 813 I

the Association which was The distinguished Regional Market St. 24 and J j

presided ovejr by the President of the Onida L. Dozier 813

body's President, Mrs. ACWC recounted the contributions Brewster Men Plan Market street 17.

Louise E. Taylor of Belle and struggles James K. Badger 538

Glade, was the Florida which the greaps faced rr Installation Sunday Carl r*. 25 and Alma R.

Association of Girls through the years in + ? F Plovers 2122 Venus Mars

I Clubs inc. o order to reach their, ji, y Members, former members Ct. 21.Walter.

The Pensacola Association present .attainments. -w 'I% :.. r""" 3. aF and prbspective membersof R. .illings,
Mrs. Alyce w: Hen "Via.
: Men's Atlantic Beach. 37
derson president, hosteda .., :, ",&i""L the Brewste.r
Mi '(" :J' Club are urged to be pre-. and Rosa Mae Farmer
sumptuous reception for AKA's Climax v : I ::
sent Sunday at 7:45 a.m.. 1700 Francis Ave. Atlantic !
\ in' the cafeteria Beach, Fla. 28. '
-- ---- ---- -- of Brew-
PTA Groups TENTH ANNIVERSARY r for members of Stanton High's serving of a sumptuous repast featured the gala ster Methodist Hospitalto Nelson Thompson.

Regional Meet Class of 1953 was highlighted with a reunion event. Before closing out the program the Class'unanimously witness the installs Middleburg, Fla. 50 and

Slates Workshop banquet in spacious Club Eldorado. Dancing, recounting endorsed the giving of donations to tion of the newly elected Willie Mae Daniel.

Mrs Julia Brogdon Pur- of the events of yesteryear and the the YMCA building fund and to Stanton Vocational.High officers. Rhine. Georgia. 36.

At_ B CC Campus nell,. national presidentof School. __, Every man is asked to Willie L. Williams
UAYTONA BEACH TheInitial Alpha Kappa Alpha bring his wife, sweetheart 5646 Aster Place 31

) E meeting of the SororityIncorporated: -, mother or a and Grace E. Jones, 5646

Executive Committee and announced that the Far- * * SOCIALLY SPEAKINGUINYARD v. * friend. For the first Aster Place, 20.

registration will begie Western Regional Con- time in the history of Edw. H. Manigault, 1862 I

on Sunday, July 14', in ference took place at By LUU1SS G the club a new presidentwill W. 6th st.-19 and

the corridor-of White the Hotel Adams., Phoeni Mr. and Mrs. Edwin Pleasants, residents or rer- be Installed. The Tyrone 0. Poller 1444
Mrs. Frances Walden, Mrs. Lois Avery, Mrs. Myrtis
Arizona '
Hall. The workshop is July 5-6. nandina Beach for several years, left the city on outgoing president is .one Davis Street 19. .
Thomas, Mrs. Catherine Jackson, Mrs. Alvenia '
The hostess
set for three days', chapter was of the organizers of the Mark P. Brown Jr. ,
the Fourth for Houston Texas where will
Delta Beta Omega of Scriven, Miss Zelma Johnson ,and Mrs. Fleet H.
ending with the evening club and served as its 6723 W. Virginia Court
visit Pleasant
Mr. mother. After a brief stay
Alexander. Mrs. Walden is top scorer in this
which Mrs. Alice Mariott
'session on Wednesday, 53 East Mitchell Drive in Houston, they. will move on to Californiawhere session. first and only president; 21 and Vernell Young
July 17, is president.Dr. they plan to settle.I The Incoming president 1036 Gruathal St. 19.

I A.L... Osgood Jr.' i state Leadie Clark ,of am happy to report that Mr.' Pleasant>> who was ......................... Joshua Hillman was elected Robt. E. Black Pompano
!I president, and a large recently confined to Brewster Hospital, is making unanimously and the
Altadena. California Beach Fla. 23 and EllaM.
' :
delegation have just, returned : -, members expressed confi-
N director of the region excellent progress. In another activity, the Y-Progresslve Clut Golden, 3627 Basil
from the National ...... dence in his ability.
\ .
the : -""': .. ....,
presided over con- \ *" held \ Congress of Colored Par- ference. Eight other ......................... Hlllman is a deacon at
Young Adult director. Many guests participated in
and Teachers annual Chu rch
ents Mt. Ararat
Baptist HcCollora, 2020 !
regional meetings during this affair. :
\ meeting In Houston, and the vice presidentis York St. 21 and Grace
1963 have been the Mrs. Ethel Barton and granddaughter Almaria Y-Progressive officers Include Mrs.Geneva P. !
Texas and they will give: Deacon J.J. Nixon of Collins '
1 Great Lakes, presidedover McClain of 1158 Steele Court, left the city Wheeler, president; Miss Fannie Blue, vice presi- 1026 W. Church I 1
a report in a Joint assemble St. John Baptist. Two
Street 19.
with the summer by Mrs. Bernice Saturday for Philadelphia. They will visit Mrs. 'dent; Mrs. Lillian Goolsby Hutchinson, secretary; deacons are now the presiding I II I

school session of Bethune Sumlin, Dayton Ohio;. Barton' a son-in-law and daughter, Mr. and Mrs. Mrs. Eva Satterwhite, treasurer; Mrs. Alice John- officjrs of theo Frank Clinch, Jr. 911 i

Cookman College on Tuesday North Atlantic' by Mrs Harry D. Jones, and her daughter, Mrs. Lil Barlow. son chairman of the program committee. f the Brewster Men's Everson St. 30 and
July 16, at 1H3C Aloncita Flood, New' Club. Margaret Carter, 102F

a.m. in the Gertrude ; Mid-Atlantic Mrs. ......................... ......................... Attorney s. Gordon Bla-, Davis Street, 26.

Hotgbklss Reyn. MempriaJ-_ .ucille P.!!ggott of. lock. president of the
'bre..r .; ;.: s :: :Greensboro: ;': OTthrCaror left; Jacksonville James 0. Smith. 1113
C As some have for other parts of The loud bangs heard on the Fourth could possibly Board of Directors of. ,
\ Highlighting the work- lina; Central. Mrs. Lee the Country, I am pleased to note the arrival of" have been made by celebrants attending the many Brewster Methodist'' Jackson St. 21 and Mary-

shop will be the study Anna Shelburne of others who elected to celebrate) the holiday weekend outdoor affairs held on that day. Hospital will Install the lene Clark. 148 Spruce .

under the direction Louisville Kentucky: with families and :friends. officers ,Street 17.
groups We have news of an. affair held on the lawn of !
of Mrs.-Minnie Hall Southeastern Dr.. Revs MRS DORIS HUTCHINSON of MIAMI was guest of MR. The Jonathan MCCones, 5703 Begonia Road; Dr. and I

'p Fields, specialist in Allman, Montgonery. Alabama and MRS. JOHNNY WHEELER of 1718 Jefferson Street. Mrs. W. W. sChell, sponsored ,by the. Fla-ax Club- Slate DetThe roit Tourof

Elementary Education, : South Atlantic The YOUNG 0' BARA JOHNSONS of LOS ANGELES and Mr. and Mrs. Charles Walden, honoring' Mrs. Doris Jax Housewives the
Crank Atlanta, regular fare to
Mrs. Sue ,
State Department of Edu- their daughter JACQUELYN SUSAN were entertainedby Hutchinson and The Young O'Hara Johnsons, and the League of America Inc. Detroit.
SouthCentralMrs. '
cation, Tallahassee.One Georgia: Mr. Johnson's parents, MR. and MRS. A. W. JOHNSON James M. Fowlers, 5752 Cleveland Road. will sponsor a GreyhoundBus
Odalie McDonald, *
of the chief objectives of 1734 Fairfax Street.MR. Details of these and other week! trip to Detroit Persons desiring to

F of the workshai, Grambling, Louisiana; and MRS. CHARLES WALDEN OF 1708 Rhode island .................. ... .. Michigan July 20th. The make this trip are asked
wiil' ascertain 'and Mid-Western, Mrs. Drive, East were hosts to MRS. PATIENCE ANNE trip will last 7 days, to call one of th.ese
within our communities Dorothy Klhr. Oklahoma SCURRY of LAKE WALES. three numbersPL 4-6665;
and the
round-trip fare
City. Oklahoma.The Note: Items for this column should be
and neighborhoods there MRS. ELEASE NIXON of 6028 Zinnia Street had as will be only one-half EL 3-0832; EL 44171.
directed to the editor at 5764
National 'Organization '
are organizations, individuals teek-end guests her daughter, URS. MARION BRINSON03f

and services maintains a chapterin : ATLANTA and MRS. MAGGIE SHANNON< of DELAIR,. NEW Cleveland Road.BIRTHS Austine La mar
which can Influence b-
and girls to remain in and a few years age T/SGT. WILLIAM GUINYARD of TAMPA, spent tb-.*
school, to find challenge sponsored a tour there. week-end with relatives here. College Elects fashion pattern

In reaching high Mr. and Mrs. Wade 1964 DelegatesGREEN

standards of attainment. ConvalescingMrs. ................*........ Graham; 1511 W, 33rd
to enjoy the higher type
Street; Girl. COVE SPRINGS -

of recreational activity McNair of Miss Hester Elzora Jackson of Alachua, Florida Mr. and Mrs. Henry Russ; The Electoral College of r .,. ,
to find part-tim'' 1220' Cleveland St. ; is the East Florida Conference -
and Maurice LamarNoble of Feraandinaj.Beach.navV, 2711 Wilcox Street; Boy
employment to suit their recuperating' her home AXE Church met
and Girl Twins .
juij-2 1963. ( )
set the datefor ,. I
skills and age levels, following recent surgery in. Mt. Zion AME Church 1
Mr. and Mrs. Oxie Brown
in ;
The ceremony uniting the pair will take place II
and to strive to live in a local hospital. to elect delegates to
St. Luke AME Church in AI achUL 6.412 Restlawn Drive;
.wholesome lives. Friends may visit her. the General Conference
I Miss Jackson is the daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Girl.
Philip Jackson, of Alachua. The prospective groom Mr. and Mrs. James which will convene in I
its Fer- Wright; 5810 HollyhockRoad 1964. Bishop I. P. Ball, i
now Pepsi is the son of Mr. and Mrs. Richard Noble of presided. I
nandina Beach. ; Girl. I
Mr. and Mrs. Grant The organization and !
., /i I
for those who ......................... --- Owens; 3538 Freeman Road election of delegates It

Boy. were perfected with t

think young The Young Adult Department of the A. L. Lewis Mr. and Mrs. Henry Robert Green serving as
chairman and James H.
Branch YWCA has a wonderful program going for the Howard; 5243 Burgman Rd.;
Pepsi Lewis, permanent chair-
summer w+nths. Mrs. Frances walden, director- Girl. "
young adult activities has revealed plans for Mr. and Mrs. Roosevelt man. ,
Cooper; 4226 Harrison P.J. McIntosh and F.L.

bridge enthusiasts. Street; Boy. Thomas read the ballots. r E
Running scores are being kept for two groups ;
Mr. and Mrs. Clarence
meeting weekly, one during the day. and one in the 1
Cross; 2620 Wilson St.; oar- Maniguall t c
ar awarded leader in
aveaing. Prizes will be to the

each group at the end of the season,,_is Girl. Marriage Announced }
Mr. and Mrs; Henry
expected that a tournament will be, arranged .that
Glenn; 729 Line Street
will include both groups to climax the activity. Girl. Miss Tyrone Foliar

Players in the morning bridge session include daughter of Mrs.

Mrs. McO)ne, Miss Annie B. Minatee, Mrs. Blanche Pollar and the ;Fsi4 ,
Rosalee Shannon, Mrs. Hor- Court 52 PillSAnniyersary granddaughter of Mrs.
Margaret Day, Mrs. '
tense Brewington, Mrs. Julia Breoks*.4lrs. .Leana,. Lillie Lockett of 1444 > itsti t tVi
Tea Davis Street became the
Bennett, Mrs. Demetral Wester, Mrs. -Johnnie Mae* '
t June bride of Edward = 1 i ii
r. Mitchell Mrs. Gladys Bryant Mrs. Eva: Satter-
white and Mrs. Cretha Wilson.. .-:., : The Sacred Bean Court Manlganlt. son of Mrs. I IHe.

z At this point Mrs. Gladys Bryant ishigh scorer, 52 Heroines of Jericho, Katherine Manigault and
>v will present their Anniversary the grandson of Mrs. R. to

In this group. Tea Sunday froa Anna White 1862 I. Sizes 12-20 '
'The evening session Is comprised of Mrs. Vivian f
4-6 p.m. at the YWCA. 6th Street. "
Jefferson Mrs. Betty H. Graham, Mrs.'..EvelynGalvlnr 8th and Calhoun Sts. The bride cad the groom CO smart to wear, so easy to sew-the daytime caiaal fa i wter
Mrs; facie McClain Mrs. Irma Murray, preted? in a brand new shirtwaist stole that in AM the meet
Program participants are graduates of Net effective use of stripes with its deeply pointed ye&e sad pocket ",

z F will include: Stanton High School. detaiL Skirt is gracefully gathered at back, sa e 4h fitting fa fre LBelowelbow !
pr- --- --- Mrs. Rosalee B. Shannon Mrs. Manigault Is aim sleeves have shaped fullness, caught into turned back

: SMI SUK. Part0 Keisstar CeaffctfeasrMis Mrs. Ola M. Holomon.Mrs. former student of cuJfc Charming in silk or cotton over a bouffaat petticoat, to Mew

aH Ends fir Meg Bessie Spears,Mrs. Annie Florida Normal and Industrial all of the pretty skirt detaiL
is available ic sizes 12. 14. 16 18. 20.
Ruth William Mrs. ROSA College St. Price $1 No. R-U8 ,
LITTLE FOX SMOKE ,SHOP Walker. Deputy A.M. Augustine.The. Size 14 takes 6% yardrof 39-inch fabric.Standard body meM. ..*-
.P opk arajn! th maad.for fuiuthtteJIiyt > .. meats for size 14 are: Bust 31,Waist 26. Hips 36.
J .: 3111 lid d rte! truce Frazier Miss Maacelia groom was a popular I
Send One Dollar for pattern,plus 5 cent for postage fa ask
and of
part : Peptt Shannon, Harold Nairn, basketball and football
: JackscBtille Fled'i or check. No stamps. For first class mailing, send 15 ceai* wtlxa.
land nothing drenches your thirst PI-COLA Thomas Walker, The crusaders star a the New Stanton Add One Dollar if you wish NEW AUSTINE LA MAR FastAm

Beatrice hilts Miss Delia 0. teams, serving both as Pattern Book #1-complete selection of High Fabioa designs.Send .
MM t cold Inviting PapaL I. L Mil Jr.
Finney, Miss Doris Green captains.The to AUSTINE LA MAR Fashion Pattern (name of yr newspaper -

.A SS WH rg.aar"Peasl vleaael"' wwffl 1IIIIer Tyrone Williams and Mrs. cockle is at home ),Box 1615,C.P.O..New York 1, N.Y.Pri III JCMII"1 Ml BUM.iddreM .

--,,---,----_...-...., ,.......--- --- .. r DorothY Acosta.:: at 1444 Davis Street. ,pattern number and size.

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i Sunday School Dept. Expands 11th t Episcopal

4- About PeopleThe Districts Annual Direction

The Riv Social and Civic Club wIllsponsor Session AnnouncedThe

a trip 1O American Beach Satur- 11th Episcopal Dis-

.- day July 13. Buses will stop at Tyler and trict of the African By R.,. J J. fttfiick

, '.. Kings Road at 7:30 p.m. ; Kings Road and Methodist Epi 'copal

Myrtle Ave. at 7:45 p.m. ; 21st and Myrtleat -, : : r- ___ t Church's annual session

8:15 p.m. ; 26th and Honcrief at 8:45 4 will be held August 11- PASTOR OF SIMPSON

p.m. ; 33rd and Moncrief at 9; First and h 16, the Rt. Rev. William

Florida Ave. at 7:30 p.m. ; 3rd and Jef- I f t s. F. Ball, presiding pre-

ferson at 8 p.m. and Kings Road and Davis late, announced.Sessions METHODIST CHURCH

! Street at 8:30. will be held
. e" at Edward Waters College
: sss. isss .ssi sass sss. with Dr. Charles E.

I sJ : : -4, _f -.. .._ -- _____ Toston director. The SMALL HATTERS EQUAL BIG CDNfiHJOBJCEB

J i L Mrs. Annie B.. Brown, sister, Mrs. Willie scope of the sessions

Stephens and grandchildren Denise and -' will comprise participation Sometime ago I had a conversation with a retired -

Dennie have returned home after spending s ; b7 the District'seight
fireman of a railroad company. I mentioneda

several days as house guest of their annual conferences train wreck, on that railroad, on which I wasa
sister, Mrs. Jane Stephens,. of Ft. Lau- _t including the Bahamas passenger, some years ago. He carefully explained -

I derdale. :-T; Mission. to ne the cause of that wreck. It was as
i, Divisions and the respective -
simple as one train crew overlooked the orders.
tssi ssit sss. .sss east = leaders will
y Five persons were killed and two engines were a
I) total loss; many were injured, besides blocking
1// Mrs. Shirley Rivera Harris, daughter of Institute, presiding traffic for hours along with other damages. Just

,!I Manuel Rivera, left the city last week elders and pastors, dean one crew overlooked a little order, causing

} for Cincinnati, Ohio, to visit her husband J.B. Epperson; Missions, destruction beyond repair.As .
I M. E.L.
Mesdames A. Ball
: who is employed there as an en- he explained this simple cause of a major
Richardson, P.A. brooks,
I'' gineer. She was accompanied by her son
L.C. Genwright W. E.A. disaster, ay Bind pondered many other major
r Jerald. Mrs. Harris is an instructor at Harris, and A. Shehee: disasters resulting from casural attitudes toward

it II Carver Elementary School. n- A.C.E. League, Alexandex an important detail. I heard a major league announcer -

Cottrell; Sunday School, state that a man was put out within a
**ii tti fill flit tilt
x Dr. Walter S. White; half of the step from the base. A small detail

, s" Family Life Mrs. G.B. can be awfully important.We .
The Queen B. Williams Chapter 173, OES, -
Gardner; Assignments, should not forget that this truth holds in
will Summer rainbow Tea July
sponsor a
-. .%- Mrs. J.B. Epperson; R.A. every area of human concern. In connection with,
I II 21, from 4 to 6 p.m. in the home of Mrs. T.C. Mrs. N. Shannon; this thought, I feel very uncomfortable when I
Ernestine Jordan 1169 W. 28th Street.
Special Guests, consul- think of the many persons in our community whoUBVO

_. ___ _
teats anMusical d di rec t UAO.- '- fra li ttle t U UU &t>iiul nurture rrom
tttt ti.t tsit ittt NEW ADDITION to the Sunday School Department or the Mother Church Kingdom of
Sunday to Sunday and many from year to year. I
Peace, 1034 Davis St., Bishop James B. Brown, Overseer, and Arch Bishop Mrs. Fete
am especially concerned when I think of vacation
Mrs. Cora Thorpe and grandson, Gary Mary Mays, Instructor, was dedicated recently. Students shown (foreground to
Scheduled For season which is approaching. During vacation
Evans of 2312 Westmont Street, Southside, rear) are: Hark and Michael Bivens; Venetta and Rosetta Hoover and Jessiette
there far too
Bivens Denise Brown and Jerelene Hoover and Christ Cassandra are many persons among us
are spending their vacation in Miami as ; Hoover; Ann First TimothyFirst
starve our souls of the little spiritual
the house guests of Mr. and Mrs. EdwardC. Bivens; Bishop Brown and Mrs. Mays. The public is Invited to worship at the
Timothy Baptist nurture which we do have. Just as the quality of
McCray. Mrs. McCray is the former church every Sunday with Sunday School beginning at 10 a.m., morning worshipat
Church Hart and BarnettSts.
the constituents in our physical body is determined -
is the 11:30, evening service at 7:30 p.m. and prayer service every Wednesday
\' Miss Mary Frances Brocks. Gary will be the scene by the nature of the food we eat, so is
son of Mrs. Rosa Lee Brooks. night. The Mother Church Kingdom of Peace has affiliates throughout Florida,
of a musical program the quality of our spiritual lives determined by
Georgia, South Carolina and as far north as Washington D. C. and westwardto
Sunday beginning at 3 p. the quality of our spiritual nurture. There are
it .t ttit ittt tilt Chicago. All units are under the supervision of Bishop Brown and co bis-
m. Rev. C.L. Smith children, youth and adults in our community in
hops. The organization has been set up for the purpose of furthering Christian
host pastor. large quantities who feed their souls on "gar-
Dethan Faulk and education and bible study throughout the nation.
Elder and Mrs. son, Program highlights will
bage" day in and day out. This fact appears to

Darryl, were honored with an appreciation General Session Set t Youth be given by the follow- be a small matter, but these matters will unfoldin
Community Baptist Midway
members of the Church of the
program by ing: wrecks and destruction if they do not have

Living God of which Elder Faulk is pastor. For July 17, Aug. 1 1In Observes Heirs Scores High Devotions Green Mer- attention now. They are not the "poor ignorantpeople"

They received many useful and beautiful Detroit cer; introduction of who are being starved, but people who

gifts. Elder Faulk was a June graduate of Day SundayThe mistress of ceremonies are seeking in a "mad rush," "bread and pleasure -

Edward Waters College and received a The 13th Quadrennial Mrs. Beatrice Simpson by ," many of whom have boats, beach homes and

degree in Theology. General Session of men of Community Mrs. Lula Hampton; wel- leading positions in the community. There has
Triumph the Church and Baptist Church will ob- Miss Lois
come address never been anything done in this world goodor
t .tt ttti sts tttt -tit Kingdom of God in Christ serve their annual Men's Greene; response Mrs.
Day July 14, beginningwith bad, great or small which did not exist in
will convene July 17- Jeneabielle Mercer;
spirit before it was expressed in effigy.Even the
the School at
will Aug. 1 in Detroit, Mich.
The Morning Star Prayer Band sponsor soloists Mrs. Dorothy
a Spiritual Tea July 14 at 1403 W. The excursion train will 9:30 a.m. (k Murry Mrs. Susie New- ball players must get a ball playing spirit before -

5th Street. Rev. Mrs M. B. Harringtonis leave Jacksonville July Rev. Fred Williams, pastor berry, Mrs. Lois Edison, any ball is played. The spirit must come
irst if is done. interests should\
of Bethel Baptist anything Our
15 at and is
host pastor. lOp.m. Mrs. Rosa Robinsm, Miss
scheduled to arrive in Church, Sweetwater, wi.11 Freddie Mae Carter; be in the unfolding of God's purposes. We must

Detroit July 17 at 7:30 preach the sermon at the reading. Mrs. Martha nurture spirits for this purpose.It .
t t itt tits 3 worship hour. a does not matter how small church be
a.m., returning to Jack- p.m. Woods, Mrs. Emma Lewis; a may

Charles H. Randall, of 1461 Kings Rd ana sonville July 31. The closing sermon will duet Mr. and Mrs. or how large, it has food that any soul needs.

Mrs. Effie Bryan husband and sister of Chartered bus will leave be delivered by Rev. Charles Holloway, remarks All phases of our lives are important. We should

Mrs. Rutha Mae Randall, are happy to state the church. 1312 Franklin David Johns, at 7 p.m. Rev. Smith. give them the attention that is necessary. Thereis

that she is at home from the Duval Medical Street, July 15 at mid- Rev. Bartow Woods, will no substitute for the spiritual nurture given

Center.Mrs. Randall is a member of CentralCME night and is scheduled to serve as acting pastorfor GREGORY WELLS Ml. Sinai Choir to us by the churches. Just as there is no sub-

Church. arrive in Detroit July the day. Others will stitute for doctors and health clinics for the
Gregory Wells, aged 14
17 at 5 a.m returningto appear pi the program. Presents SoloistsChoir body, there is no substitute for the churcheswhen

asst sisi ** ** sews stet Jacksonville July 23. Felton Moseley is chair- was recently given one 12 of Mt. Sinai it cones to spiritual nurture.We .
of the
>>rs. Lauvinia T. Marquez, Mrs. Beatrice All rates have been reduced man and Samuel Owens co- highest assignments Baptist Church presentsits have "Orders" to grow in: 1. Wisdom

McKinzie and Grandson Mandell Wilkes returned for the roundtrip.For chaiman. ever given a soloists in: "Songs 2. Statute 3. In Favor of God 4. In Favor of Man.
youth engaged in church
from their vacation in Bradenton, reservation and additional Community Baptist Church That Touch The Heart," During vacation and no other times should these
and info-mat ion. is located at 1781 Highland activities and "came details overlooked.
St. Petersburg Tampa. through like a champion" Sunday night July 14th oe
of the Marquez familyin contact Mrs. A.L. Smith, Avenue.Fountain.
They were according to church of" in tue main auditoriumof

Bradenton.On Sunday, .July 7th, an out-door party 1223 Swift StretAmhrirsarv Cettmi t tr Chapel ficials.Ably supported by the Soloists the church.appearing I ) Af'l

and family reunion was given.In youth of the church who include: Mrs. Edith
Rev. F.W.
Jones, pastor,
St. Petersburg, they were guests of announces that Sunday, raised money through a Jones Mrs. Bessie Mrs. Susie E. Jackson Wyart Chandler 1433 W.

Mr. James Hopes, brother of Mrs. McKinzie. series of projects, Carter, Miss Juanita 1109 W. Union Street. 33rd Street.
July 14th will be observed -
They report a wonderful time and great as Mortgage Day at Gregory, the son of Mr. Priester Mrs. Nora James Byrd; 1331 Fairfax Joseph Linder Jr. ; 2215 (
hospitality shown them by all. and Mrs. J.C. Wells reported Anderson, Mrs. Bessie Street. Placeda Street. i
Fountain Chapel AME '
ittt ts ttit itti Church. Trustees and D o- the second Grant and Mrs. Dorothy Elton Buddy Johnson; Ralph Walker; 958$ W.

highest amount of money Acosta. 1402 E. 30th Street. State Street.
be rs are urged to do
The San Jose Industrious Club invites 4 their utmost in carryingthe raised for the annual Alexander Anderson is Mrs. Thelma Stewart Mrs. Mae Chaabliss; 1353

friends to Join them on their beach tripto program over the top. event-$101.00 president and Rev. Johnson; 831 Minnie St. Davis Street.

Fernandina Sunday July 21st. Plenty of Gregory, along with the Benjamin F. Addison is Ernest Lee Milton; James Telfair; 2225 Cal

fun and enjoyment is promised to all.. I SUNDAY' S SERVICES Misses Juanita Jones an the pastor.Philadelphia. Loretta Florida. vin street.

| Sunday School begins at Sharon Hagens of New Mrs. Bessie Wyche; 1997 Will Davis; 1519 W. 10th

MRS. 9: 30 a.m. with the Hope AKK: Church, was a Observes Toulee Street. Street.
IFEN FOR BUSINESS Lady of Gospel superintendent and recent delegate to the Eddie Z. Williams; 1398 William Bellavy; 52 Ml- 1

.IOUS S0N CLEANERS' Announces the Opening of a New Songs, will celebrate her teachers in charge. Altar North Jacksonville Sun- Men's Day SundayAnnual W. First Street. nosa Circle. ,.

Branch Office at 5504 Avenue B. ''O>.e Where You anniversary Sunday, beginning service starts at 11 a.m. day School Convention Mrs. Mary A. Stephens; Jlmale Richardson; 1530

Can Get Quality Cleaning at Budget Prices." at 8 p. a. in.' The 7 p... evening ser- which closed last week. Men s Day will be 6409 Hanna Road. W. 25th Street.

-- FREE PICKUP ft DELIVER SERVICE: -- Civic Audlt r-tum. A vice will begin with the observed with events pro- Robert Lee Murray; 3123 Mss Lillian Rath With;

number of the Nation's choir delivering a 15- Church Dedication gramed throughout the day N. Myrtle Avenue. 615 W. Orange Street.

INDEPENDENT OIL CO. ranking gospel singers minute song service. Scheduled SundayThe at Philadelphia Baptist

KEROSENE HOME DELIVERY and gr ups along with Fellow member Mrs. B. Church. Gospel Music Festivaland i

MECHANIC ON DUTY outstanding local talent Tyler is a patient at First John Apostolic Sunday School will open

Arms -of Mercy Daton Holiness Church events with Deacon Gus Ill-Kite Sill
Ik. Joseph ------------------- ProprietorState will highlight-the pro- Nursing
and Jefferson Streets El 6-9432 gram. Home 4410 Moncrief Rd. will hold its dedication Hayes and the staff of
Sat. Jeff 20 8:86: t.M. }
ceremonies Sunday, July visiting teachers supervising -

14 in Marietta, one and Morning worship Jacksonville Ballpark
one half miles off til- carried out under the

i bay Road on Kirklin St. theme "The Longsbore- Sie Pall 10 .

i Services will begin with mens Hour" will feature

thu Sunday School at Elder L.B. Ross as prin-

9:30 am, and.continue In cipal speaker with other REV. MADAM TURNER

prder throughout the day.: Association members as- She was bin with a spktUil tpSte -

Bishop J.H. Newbill will sisting.At > s I

open the service with 3 p.m., the afternoon Iii pat t jsaoa ,
: oo sto
Bishop M. Charles serving program will feature CUr-

as alternate. tis Randolph of Walker tie road

Other speakers- will be College as principal ,:

\ Elder and Mrs. C. Wells speaksr. Robert Spruill ts saccess.Gsl .

Elder P. Small Elder P. and guests from Macon and

a OREENE Green and otDe ra. The Augusta, Ga., respectively eau atur fail!

graced with the presenceof E.L. Marry of Mt !: I

1 Mother Rebecca with Ararat will deliver the Be blessed I] _____,
t superintendent. Presiding sermon and members of -II
the loach ef,
.. ss*. ..W Elder S. Patterson, Emanuel Baptist Church 1
p"r. National Mother Clemmie will be in charge of devotion kit feaals. J
Calhoun and Deacon E. during the evening '
Rev Madam Turner
r ,, Thomas will preside at worship which will begin
4112 Usaard Circle Meetings Will Be Held
the piano. at 7:30 P.B. The male

Mrs. Inez Bivins and the chorus will furnish music Monday, W.d..d&YP&1etterllle
rrrr' rrr re. and Friday at I: 10 p.m.
s. covtu+Mr Dixie Jubilee Gospel W. Matbls is general

Beef at its Best Singers will appear on chairman and Re*. J. W. Subdiviffion Piet3811
-Between :30th ft 33rd St

the program. Johnson, boat pastor. j jI I t

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taUTIIUY.. JULY 13, 1913 FLORIDA .
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Of Tlw-- Mtvto Ltts" 5 Pace 9 e Mathematicians Philly Chain, Research Lubricates Space-Age Progress

, Upgrades Negroes !b'
to ;" t .

e Pour hundred Negro \



HOLLYWOOD -- (ANP) -- Ella Pitzgerlad ycza aden and Chester, announced -

'surprised no one when she won a 'Grammyf last week the

recently as best female vocalist. It was end to a three week lofaf .

one of the many awards she has received massive selective pa- S. : V
: lately. More than 900 people were presentat t tronage program against .

I the Beverly Hilton Hotel when the the Food Fair SuperMarket

"Grammys" were presented. Similar awards chain, and its

''t were presented in New York and Chicago by rCy a.giAG'- M.v S subsidary Best Markets

I the National Academy of Recording Arts and and Food City stores. ::

I I Sciences. *-. The Food Fair chain one T I
r President Kennedy family came in for honors r>'4R8 k_ r of the largest in the \ .

when comic Vaughn Header was presented a"Greeny"! United States, was cited { E

for his album of the year, "The First Family." I by the ministers as being

Leontyne Price received the award for best opera .. I discriminatory in the employment -

recording and Vladimir Horowitz was chosen best in and grading of a .

classical albums. Negro workers in various

; 'ijS
Famed trumpeter Roy Eldridge and the Tommy Flana aan ministers began negotia- i

gan Quartet are appearing with Ella Fitzgerald ini! tions with the company SUCCESSFULLY meeting challenges to find lubricants which will withstand the

''i an engagement at the Flamingo.Joe ..' several nmths ago, and harsh conditions encountered by space rockets are the above scientists at

E. Lewis comedian is sharing the costarring called selective patronage Humble" Oil & Refining Company's affiliated ESSO Research Center In Linden,

role.PRODUCER. : against the Food Fair New Jersey. From left are Jerome Panzer Arnold Norway. Rudolph Kasslnger

COHEN EXPLIT1NG "BLACK ZOO IN I-i iiTi: company three weeks ago. and Dr. James.Nixon, who are discussing the endurance characteristics of a

EAST The ministers requestedthat Conventional grease. The reason.the lack of atmosphere at the moon's

, In, a stroke of spectacular personal showmanship 56 Negro workers be surface could cause conventional oils and greases to evaporate and leave the
to exploit his wild animal suspens employed or upgraded in moon astronaut's rocket door "frozen." Dr. Nixon earned his doctorate at
thriller, "Black Zoo, producer Herman certain desired cate- Cornell University.

Cohen flew to New York recently with ZambaJr. gories and that assurance' ,

the lion and Patrina the tigeress r be given of future employment Nuns Join Civil Missions Studies Program Fullr.Dr. e
both featured in the Allied Artists re- of Negroes

lease.By + k after these minimum requests Readied For

Special permission of the airline, Cohen rode have been met. Rights Pickets

in the cargo compartment of the big American Air- The ministers announcedthat Bethune Cookman !
lines plane with his two beasts and trainer Frank the Food .Fair chain
Seven nuns and a Catholic
Lamping, who was mauled by the tigress during had not only capitulated DAYTONA BEACH Mrs. A.
I' priest joined the picket
filming of a scene. but had actually exceeded D. Hall Secretary of
line in front of the
The picture had a 125-theatre saturation openingin a S. R e their requests, and had Missilnary, Education, announces -
Illinois Club for Catholic -
the New York metropolitan area recently. placed in new jobs 71 Ne- that applications
Women here last
Three years ago, producer-director George w z being new h tings and 29 breaking attendance at
Stevens saw the. Lmbal dancers of Israel S upgradings. protested the club'spolicy the 1963 School of Mis
of barring
perform their ritual dances. So impressedwas Negro sions.

he with their park, Intense faces and women from membership.It Mrs. S. D. Bankston. of
is the first known Instance
the biblical quality of the company that Y St. Petersburg President -
Rocky Cmrttog
of nuns participa-
he sought them for his movie 'The LEST AMERICANS today in their admirationfor of the Woman's
ting in a civil rights
Greatest Story Ever Told. the heroic adventures of our brave Society of Christian

Like the biblical characters in his story the astronauts lose sight of the groundwork PolkyM Iig protest The Student march.Action Com- Service; Mrs. Alverta Carl M. Hill.

Imbal male dancers are bearded and the women making the flights possible, the National Cook, of Jacksonville
mittee for Loyola University president of Kentucky
dance .barefoot* The whole troupe acted as instructo Aeronautics and Space Administration from Job For Ktfro? have picketed the Vice-president; Mrs. State College will deliver -

the rest of the cast, teaching them gesturesand time to time will publicize the work of before but this is Mary A. Smith of Jack- the summer commencement -
.mot ion. ALBANY, N.Y. (ANP) clpb vjlle. Recording Secre-
experts employed by NASA. Holding impor-
the first time that the address at
OF HARI RHODES PICTURE CHANGED The Rockefeller administration tary; Mrs. R.P. Fair, of
TITLE tant positions at Goodard Space Flight nuns-have participated.The Florida A&M University
'Shock Corridor" is the new the for is consideringthe Daytona Beach Treasurer;
Center at
Greenbelt Md. Mrs.
are Dorothy nuns got permission Friday, August 9. The
The Long Corridor, Leon Fromkess presentation appointment of Sec- Mrs. J.L. Dixon, of Miami
I Hoover (top photo) and Mrs. Melba Roy from their Mothers Superior commencement exercises
for Allied Artists starring Con- retary of State Caroline Secretary of Promotion;
mathematicians at Greenbelt Center which
in Milwaukee and will be held in Bragg
stance Towers and Peter Breck anti featuring K. Simon to the Sourt of Mrs. J.H. Woods, of St.
supports the use of satellites in metero- Joliet 111, They are attending Stadium at 6:00 p.m.
I aotor Hari Rhodes. Claims to clear the way. Petersburg, Secretary of
, -; logical and communications systems and the Loyola Uni- (Ernest Fillyau)
Rhodes plays. a demented student, drivel mad in an for the designation of a Spiritual Life; Mrs. A.D.
'4".... performs tracking and data acquisition to her versity summer session. Hall, of Miami, Secretary Biostd V
attempt to integrate a Southern college. functions. Mrs. Roy is chief of Goodard' Negro present The club with a member- otlll
directed the movie position. of Missionary Education;
Fuller produced and
production programming section. ship of a tenant NfP -
I t :. '.Zrc his original..story and screenplay. 4 J '-: -. 'OJ : This was confirmed last of the Lewis Towers, the M rs. Agnes Dell of The Justice Department
t ARTISTS Seeks End week by Fred A. Young, Gainesville. Secretary cans to the aid of Jones
II VICTOR BUONO PLAYS STRANGER IN ALLIED To Bias Republican state chairman Loyola downtown head- of OIr1su Jan Social 'Re-
? County. Ga. ,
Negroes last
FILMBoston's quarters. The husband of
Teachers Speak Out
but he said the lations.
aeries of unsolved murders by the club's president and week by asking for oourt
of II women will be the immediate change was probably Also Mrs. MargueriteThompkins orders to forbid con
strangulation DETROIT Mich. -- An end to founder Mrs. Frank J. of Miami.
busis of 'The Boston Strangled and Vic- racial segregation in'its local affairsand several months away. Lewis, contributed the Secretary of ChildrenWork tinued racial segregation -
tor Buono has been signed to star imthe a discussion on the possibility of Governor building to the university Krs. Ruby Johnson, of polling places
appointed Judge John P. ;
Allied Artist film Steve Broidy. company merging with the predominantly Negro Gualtierl of Clinton as on the stipula- of Ft. Lauderdale. Secretary and voting tabulationsby

nresident, announced last week. American Teachers Association reached the presiding judge of the tion that the upper por- of Student Work; county officials

agenda of the National Education. Associa- Court of Claims. The po- tion be rented to theclub. Mrs. H.E. Bartley of 4.

\ 1 tion convention (NEA) Tuesday during. its sition of presiding: Daytona Beach. Secretary
session here. Sister Cecile Marie of
.judge, which carries an of Missionary Personnel;

j Mrs. Charles Smith Go. AttorneyThreatened annual salary of $26,000plus the School sisters of St. and Miss Carrie Williams,

an expense allow- Francis of Milwaukee, who of Gainesville Secretary

Mother Buss.-Woman By ance of $8,000, has been carried a siJgn saying of Wesleyan !ervice Guild
'Catholics for Integratlon' -
vacant since the elec- encourage registration
CHICAGO (ANP) Whenra '
said "We are not
Phone CallsALBANY tion of Young to the for the entire week for
the chance
doing this for a lost
in the various workshopsa
and responsibility for Ga. (ANP) #state chairmanship. came. Our actions speak approach to the
i new
purchasing over $500,000 A prominent local attorney louder than words. I
State Board Offers aims and objectives of
i forth of merchandise for received three would not be here if I
the WSCS will be pre .
I any American business in phone calls last week Safety Rules thought it detracted from .F"A

I less than a year's time, threatening him with the the dignity of the churcH.! s en ted. GUY
Water accidents.and
she is a very special same fate as slain
LEARN A TRADEIn person. When she is a Mississippi NAACP field deaths are increasing in NAMED JOE"
Florida as more and more .
statuesque beauty, stillin secretary Medgar Evers I STOPFALlINCNOW
Six Short Months That people build noire! swimming That s Joseph Nesmith
her twenties, charming unless he ceased his
pools and take to who has been drivinghis
with a super-ab undance civil rights activities, HAIR8sticrs
skiing and boating the New Deal Cab 1137
of femininity, it is all the Student Nonviolent ,
State Board of Health USE Day for the past 10monthstaking
.'. For a LIFETIME the more staggering. Coordinating Committee noted.In to
Mrs. Charles (Lois) reported. s e'
1961 there were 409 where you want to go--
SmithJr., of Cassapolls Atty. C.B. King was
drownlngs, 91 of these conveniently and comfbrtably. -
I Mich. was in town last told by anonymous caller
COLLEGE INC. week for the International that he is "next after from small boats. In "SAVE IT"S He is d.,...-

the SNCC 1962, there were 443 able and courteoat and
Medgar Evers.
Home Furnishings
63O DAVIS ST. at Beaver 104 of thesefrom has made many new
Market at the Merchandise told the Associated Negro drowninis, 1AVMT" It la....,'. ntw f.n*.l" for m.. .,,4w.
109%_ Air Coidltioiti Mart. She was here as a Press. small boat. ....-. /ndwf 4."H t. ...., passfM friend for himself a4

JACKSONVILLE FLIRliA buyer for a furniture Kings a Negro handledthe Deaths could be cut to I..1. Nit by 4ft....,... nip .....".. .... the Company is the

manufacturing company. cases of cost of the almost zero if a few 4..4-. ........", f., brtckUf twi/. this short tine he DM beet

arrested" basic rules are followed ....,......4.the*tKi..?.* 4.tI"H driving Us _b-
1.200 persons 1 .. ..... .... ... ...dtr..erh
anti-segregation said Dr. George A. McCoy tN ...... .1 airi.a Ivl" It. Mr. Nesmita and wife
.. "" .alias. he"
t..wrti.e" .Tartv y
demonstrations led by director of the I fat* tin r..l --w....'. Cr..wfti-fl 0""." Catherine have five I
Dr. Martin Luther King board1 Accident Prevention youflgsters--all *,..

Jr., here last year. Pro gran. AT LEADING COSMETIC COUNTERS The NesaltB fally live
He said overcrowing of W your<....,does not Mv '"$AVE IT".Mini$1.00 for Road I
The S three of Its field home pools is a common dueled to and atteBd.1 Baptist I

workers, one Negro and cause of accidents, but Beauty Aids / SOWest NewYcrk21N.Y.12Sth Street Cavrch. Joe is a !

MARK' is two whites, were arrested so is running on slick Steward la Masonic

SUPER by police for surfaces and jumping or Lodge--Ore abay 194. Me II
out handbill"annoUJi.c1D diving In too-shallow
passing is also First Leader Is
water. He said utmost GARDEN'S FIRST DRUG STORE
,, aeet MAGNOLIA'
mass the Voices of Jrasal,
McKENZIE caution should be used I
FROZEN SlicedPork
ing in a.Negro residential a quartet tat has a4e

j CHOPS Strawberries59C neighborhood in with power lighting lines.Dr. equipmentand Mer Von's1Phamacy frequent appearances im w

East; Albany. Miss McCoy said swimmers churches, and oa radio j
There three were and televiaioa.
sboula swim alone
and a never
Glddens. 19. Negro tie need the
Next you
-. 190 ,10 ,Z. Pkf.KACI native of Albany, and just after eating when aatf coafort'of
: coBveaiee i
Ralph Allen 22. and tired, when drinking or

Robert Cover 20, both at night except in well- S r a cab rUe--call I

i. MR I CUE SIZE white. Allen Is a SNCC lighted pools.Regarding New Deal--dial B 4-1911 J

I fro. skiing he 2735 West Edgeveed Amie and ask for Cab flST
r field secretary
!: ': BLEACH. Spare RIBS Melrose Vt. CaTer 3), said that not only and a g.v aaaed Joe.

j" ; should the boat operator Let Gs HO Year Next PrtscnftisflWe
:,.:; Is a student from .. ... .. ..... .. MIl ...
Princeton University. know where he is going .. .... ..r.Lei w' ea.Iese.
r ; All three were held in but tfie skier should Pick Up & Dclitflr Free tt_ a.-.I w 4. ......... ...

\ 100(: '-xt 45C 1!. the city Jail in lieu of avoid exhibitionist ode Asserted Of f Pztest -I

acrobatics, such as
.. $102 bond each. Joyce Ceftfecti2ery
to wharfs Cassettes Seizes I
FEESj'"E Varrett, Albany SNCC skiing NEW DEAL
J BAKERITE field secretary who announced or other fixed objects.He .

4 lOA 390 the arrests said a second personin PLEASE Dial PO 5-4485 or PO 51582I. CAI COMPANY j jtllS

PEACHES 3IB. ell a aid at the tiae that a boat is a valuable D. Harris, Reg. Pharm. lump.... I!
there were no immediate asset to help in cue of 0 .W4-141t

: I. vitt $5.N ir Here feed crdcr plans to release them. accident.

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. Hrs H. B. WiliiMis I fawned Queen Principal HeNsKlitltts T.llaha. .. H.w. Capital City 'STAR', Booster..
."" -
::1 At St. Mary's Primitive Baptist Of Pyftis Trinity United Presbyterian Church ... ,'

: TALLAHASSEE Mr*. B.B. Willlsms won the title A. if. Robinson, prin- Vacation church school be can recently for children

"1963 Queen' oi t&e St. Mazy Primitive Baptist cipal of the Southwest froa 4-14 years of age. Multiple provisions have .

j Church on Sunday after a heated contest involving school and educator in been Bade for children and selected to serve as R }

10 members of the church woo were vying for the the community was nnanlaonsly director is Dr. O.IL Bowea. Mrs. Mary L. Brooks is

Donor. .rrt ", elected 'by assistant Director. The staff is composed of Mrs. ri. :Y

Second place honors the aembership of the 0... Bowman and Mrs. V.L. Taylor. Klndergardea Department : ,;

went to Mrs. Celestine Charles Saner Lodge of ; Mrs. Ruth Jenkins and Miss Synthia Teals .

Taylor and Mother Elflna the Knights of Pythias Primary Department, Mrs. Delores McGhee, Junior; ,. &.

Brown was third. Others to serve as their Mrs. M.R. Cox, junior high; Mrs. B.A. Beeves and

I in the contest were Chancellor for the next Miss oily Reeves, music; Mrs. Marie Kilpatrickand :

Mesdames Cora Stokes, six months. William Cotton arts and crafts; Dr. !.A. Abra- s r

Beatrice Amos, Eva Swil- Robinson succeeds the ham; Attorney Alfonso Maghee and the minister fii t .,
ley, Naomi Goodman, Mary '- "::--"': .' :J:_- late Otto Von Williams, recreation Miss. Sandra Williams, draaa. and Mrs.
M. Sneed, Jessie White ; ':"' who died in February, Barbara Black, refreshments... .._<.* .,$

and Fannie Peaberton. Other officers elected 1t

Sponsors were; Mesdames ,'r. *' .; ')1 Ifil and installed by; ElbertW.

C.M. Rose, M.J. Thoaas. ._ \ fil Jones, Grand Vice Misses Juarlyn and Dorothy Gaiter and Master XiCKEO <

Doris curtis Lucy Turner Chancellor were Leroy Theodore Cooper received scholarship aid in the

Rodell Davis, Majo- :(: Osbornevice chancellor; amount of ten dollars each to assist them in attending -
rie Taylor, Caretha iJI: f/ ,.
Solomon Rickskeeper of caao or conference. Kurt McGhee son of = FOR 1i 6i1
Blanche Gavin, Is;.,
Campbell, LzMRS.-' "- Records and Seals; B.M. Attorney and Mrs. Alfonso McGhee suffered a broken
Lncinda Hester, Gertrude .
Efferson, master of leg in an automobile accident recently. :
Betsey and a host of i .'
members that served on b y the Mary; Ann Allen exchequor; A. O. McKinney >
Club of the church for master of finance; CLEMENT COPELAND has just been awarded a German made stop watch
the various teams. A
special contribution was the purpose of raising M. L. Rollins, master of Recipients of Guardian Scnuters certificates at for his outstanding achievement in the sale of the Florida Star in
funds for the new edi- works; David.Flo.d,
given by Mrs. Lucinda fice bich is now under prelate; George Wynn, the church recently were Dr. It. L. Anderson, Dr. the Tallahassee area. He is seen with J. Herndon circulation
McKinnon. Theodore Cooper, R.L. Williams andJeans'E.W.; -.
construction. inner guard; Robert .. ** manager in Tallahassee. They are discussing the pointers used by
Secretaries for the affair lace. :
President of the group Knight, outer guard and
were Mrs. Alfreddie Copeland to outsell his comrades two to one. Copeland sold 439
is Mrs. M.Q. Edwards and Willie Carter, masterof
Meritt and Mrs. Martha Rev. L N. Gooden is pas- arms. papers to win the award last week. (Photo by Stephen K. Beasley)
Taylor.The -
tor of the church. The ,lodge meets on the The St. Mary Primitive Baptist Church.On .
affair was sponsored 1st and 3rd Thursdays the sick list of the church are: Rev. D.H. Sacred Music Fete

evening at 8 Crawford Lucky Ford, Mrs. Fannie Pemberton,
, FRATERKAl Miss' Saaantha Edwards Mrs. Rebecca Roberts Mrs. Slated For July 21

Temple To Elect officersThe Held Dorot y Tookes, Mrs. Lucy Shwa, Mrs. Mary Robinson Dr. Randolph Edmonds, E THE SCOUTING "flAlil

.For Evers Mrs. Louise McGuirt and Mrs. Maude Mitchell.
Arabian of the Dramatic Order coordinator, announcesthe
Temple Knights
for Revival meetings will be held at the church beginning -
Memorial services 13th Annual Festivalof
I of Omar have schedule a meeting for the election July 14 at 7:30 p.a.Youth.
slain NAACP Mississippi Sacred Music will be
of officers. Among the members from which officers
1 will be selected are: Major Bailey, Willie G. Carter field secretary Medgar y .' .. ..! ,held -beautiful, air- The regular meeting of the Suwannee River Area
Evers were held last conditioned St. Michael Council Division convened in the Perry-Paige
Hubert Chisom O.J. Chestnut Phillip'Ford.Robert ,
Sunday at 8 p.a. in Mt. Episcopal Church Parish building on the A and M University campus. Eight
Knight George 0. Jackson. Eddie L. Jones Attending Conference
Zion Primitive Baptist House Sunday, July 21 adult scouters attended. the
i Henry Nettles, Leroy Osborne, Vivian C. Reid, sC n Among reports were
Church, Rev. Wilson, at 7 the Finance committee who
I Robert Richardson Albert Smith Robert L. Sanders p.a. reported that financial
William Scarborough Richard Wells George WYnn pastor. The program, consist- drives for sustaining enters and guardian scout-

Katar Douglass and Dan'Zeigler.. Rev. R. Goodson of St. N ; + ing of traditional and ers would be closed and that there had been re-

Mars Primitive Bap- 'xry b modern sacred music, markable progress in the activities of this committee -

Legion Membership Drive: tist Church deliveredthr will feature outstanding during the ;year which was head by Dr. H.M.

memorial sermon artists tram FloridaA. Efferson. Awards are being presented to all con

i The Sneed-Franklin Post of the American Legion with prominent leaders and M. Universityand tributors and special thank ;you letters were being

ahd is and members of local the city.Friends issue.
has initiated it s 1962-63 membership drive
anxious to enroll all veterans who are not membersof civil rights groups of St. Michaelsand The camping program for the summer was reported
featuring the event. frustrated because the scouts had failed to
the Post. Those Interested, please see James the general pub- register
'nie'special NAACP mem- lic's music lovers are by the June 8th deadline.
Everett at the Three Duces Cafe.
bership Drive was cli- Invited., The status of the Division is as follows: leaders l

maxed with pastors and : trained 25; advancements subscriptions to 801' s ;

News, Wanted other participants turn- ti1st; :. Rattler Booster Life 23; Cub scouts enrolled 196; Boy Scouts 319 E

Again, we are urging churches and organizationsto ing in final reports. explorers 38; 11 packs; 17 troops; 4 explorer post

submit news of their activities to this column Prizes were awarded to Tags AvailableThe 2 new units 8 dropped units, 5 lapsed units 285
adults enrolled and total scouts, cubs and explorers -
for publication. News may be left at Bakers' churches and individuals!
As s U63 Florida A.
a d '
Pharmacy; the Economy Drug store or at Speed' turning the highest r 5-dR P i ic registered 553.
and M. UniversityBooster
Grocery on Floral Street. aaount of memberships. FR.
rt Tags are now X X X X X 1

Ky. State Prexy To AddressA '.I.ratlo.lsts being distributed by ..
C. M. Speed, presidentof Advisor Herchell Williams of Explorer Bit 152

& M Summer Commencement the Boosters, Inc. held a weiner roast at his home recently.
Sallie July 4
Rattler Boosters, who
TALLAHASSEE---Dr. Carl M. Hill, presi-
desire tags for their X X X X X
dent of Kentucky State College, will deliver TALLAHASSEENegroand w automobiles
white college stu- may con-
the summer commencement address at dents jointly partici- tact Mr. Speed c/o One hundred fifty cubs and scouts participatedin
JANICE WHACK and Alice Stephens, members of St. Maintenance Depart- the pliysical fitness program sponsored by the
Florida A. and M. University, Dr. George pated in a civic-
Michael's Episcopal Youth Council, left the city sent, A. and M. Uni- Physical Fitness Advisor Hansel Tookes.
W. Gore Jr? president of PAMO announced. sponsored bellringingkickoff Tuesday, July 2 to attend the ETC conference versity, Tallahassee.The Winners were: 50 yard-dash-let place Henry Lewis,
for July 4th.
: ; lastipg through July 13th at the Episcopal COnference organization 160; 2nd Keith Neyland, 152; 3rd Marle Zlneraaa.
; The FAMU president Seven students each sup- .
while receiving the Center's Camp Weed. Janice is the grand- ports athletic activities 156 4th Arthur Mobl.,, 152 and 5th Thomas Livingston -
Fl ort A.and M.
from da.
stated that the summer ? daughter of Dr. and Mrs. W. H. Bake Sr. and at the University 158 100 yard dash-1st place Paul Houston,
bachelor science University and Florida
commencement exercises ; Alice is the daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Charles 156; 2nd. Spencer Williams, 152; 3rd Benjamin
degree in chemistry at State University following __h ft.. Sr. Gaines 151 and 4 the Wayne Killings 152.
," will begin at six o'- prayers and the v.w-.og 220 yard dash-1st place Wayne Killings 152; 2nd .

clock Friday evening, Hampton institute. He pledge of allegiance,' Installation Henry Lewis, 160; 3rd, Arthur Mobley 160; 4th i

received the M.S. and stepped forward and Celebrants Dallis Madison; 160; and 5th Hubert Brown, 160.
August 9 in Bragg
Ph.D. degrees from rang a replica of the 220 yard dash-1st place, Quentin Braxtoa. 156; 2ad
Stadium. This will be Liberty Bell which hangsin 4 fee Roosevelt Henderson. 168; 3rd Wilaoath Baker. 151;
Cornell University.A .
i the first summer commencement a park between the and Charles Hayllng. 4th. 152,

t since the native of Norfolk, Capitol and the State '- M1MWs Standing Broad .Jump-1st place Earl Haynes 166;

). Va. he accepted a Supreme Court building. 2nd. Tillman Williams 150 3rd Lewis Miller ISO.
university; went on ;year- .While some. 40-odd 4th Charles Hayllng 152 and 5th James Nelson, 166.
position as an assistant A
round operation last persons watched, Negro
X :X X X X
professor at his and white students in
September.Dr. .
twos rang the bell a
alma mater upon graduation -
Hill, who became dozen times each. Special swimming classes are now being held at
president of Kentucky in 1931. He 1 tz the True Blood swimming pool on Monday fedaeeday

moved to The A. and T. Summer ,Faculty and Fridays. All scouts and cubs who need lessons
State last September, are advised to see Coach Hansel Tookes at the

led a class of 250 College of North Caro- Resume Duties pool. Red Cross certificates will be given.

lina as an associate TALLAHASSEE -Dr.
wi th the highest
scholastic averageKvzzfe's professor of chemistryin 'George,,W. Gore Jr. ,

1941 and to TennesseeA. president of Florida Among the Guardian Scooters who have received their

Till TM and I. State University A. and M. University, awards are E.W. Wallace, Dr. R.L. Anderson Dr.

Theodore B. Cooper, R.L. Williams John J. Swilley,
in 1944. announced recentlythat
1. "Darling, Darling, Er., and James Ford. Other awards will be given

Darling" Ty Hunter; 2.W"llo During his 18 yearson 27 persons, including 1 this Sunday at Bethel Baptist aad Bethel A.II.I.

f Stranger," Barbara the TSU faculty 3 persons returning FAMU' S PHI DELTA KAPPA FRAT2RNITY OFFICERS---Of fleers installed Church.

Lewis; 3. "It ICD' t X X X X X
"I Be This' Way Almys"the Dr. Hill was chairmanof from leaves of absence, for newly organized Epsilon Chapter of Phi Delta Kappa at FAMU I

King Pins; 4. "Prisoner the Faculty Ath- have joined the summer were: Dr. Nebraska Mays (left), vice president; Samuel E. Russell, It is regrettable that we did not have eaosgb

of Love," James Brown; letic Committee, university faculty and staff here ecretary; Dr. James D. Beck, treasurer; Dr. L. G. Rackley, president scouts registered for ssmaer c... Maay boys wasted
E. King 6. w v.. .-4 Yt t.! '...".
"I Ben ;
5. to attend bat their application was filed to late
Dr. 0. A. Moore and
faculty Dr. Leadell
Scholarship at Florida'A. and M. ; sponsor; Neyland,
"The Life I Live, and it was impossible to staff the em$. Next year,
I Carla Thomas; 7. "Iou University Instruc- aerican Chemical Society historian. (PAMO staff photo) we hope that all interested will register before

t Know It Ain't Right" tional Council, and American Association the deadline. In the meantime, plan a ..ek-'"

Hinton; 8. "It Was So ,. 000WMtid000"churchNews cap end have a good time.fUUUSSEE .
f Nice While It Lasted" the Executive Committee for Advancement Arrested At ...1.- '. .
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Ame and Dave: 9. "If of the School of Science, American NIgr- Pool t I' .1 Wanted X I. X X X .

You Don't Love Me,"
of Arts and Sciences.
\ Junior Parker: 10. Institute of TALLAHASSEE -- Civil Reporters of church news are urged to send their ESYS IAXTE1

"Rock in the Cradle oi The Kentucky State Chemists, andlthe rights protests in the ,church news to this column. The news may be left

Love,' Dee Sharp. president is a meaber Tennessee Academy of reverse were attempted at the Economy Drug Store or Baker a Pharmacy Yea EOT Cash ScJlisf The FIMMA STY ;

here last Sunday resulting time before Friday for publication the following -
Hit Cried, any
: and Fellow of te A- Science. APtly 2117 Say ir plies 2223125I
Tup Montgomery. In the arrest ol week. Notices may: be mailed to P.O. Box

-. three white Florida StateUniversity 2543 We A.&, Tallahassee. For photographs, call
rt --- --------- ----------I students. 22t- Pictures of church and social activitiesare -----anm----lMee-a.-w mel-way

Arrested photograpned. appreciated and may be returned upon request.
t i ; KUZZIN'S MUSIC BOX I fingerprinted and then

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i 1 were Miss Anne Hamilton,
327 North Macomb Street
t I' I 22 a senior biology major Organization Meeting Calendar***"

t -I GOSPEL BLUES POP JAZZ'I ; James Walker, 20, an I
English major; and 20- This column wishes to publish each week the I

1. 45 LPs I year old math major John meetings of clubs, lodges aDd groups in the

: Join KUZZIN'S FAN CLUB! II' 1I Parrot. city. Please send your meeting dates to Stephen I I
1J The trio denied being L Beasley, P. 0. Box 2543 W.A.S., Tallahassee.
Dial( fl4rBtbf affiliated with any I

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PACE, 7,
Surprise Party Celebrant Sofefy And SunlightBargaining

I TWO MINUTE: I e With EyeSight Ml. Ararat Gr..,

t tI III'fN 1NE B1BL i Is Poor Trade Slates Anniversary

R cmmim L lUll Kp.amaa .
....... Bonn Sun glasses must provide proper The Sick Committee of
atICMO u. aim oa protection besides being an
HAVE YOU HEARD Important fashion accessory, according Mt. Ararat Baptist
to experts who warn Church will observe its

". ..if we have heard of the Dispensation of sight.against The bargaining trick Is with to choose eye 18th anniversary at 3

the grace of God which .given. me to you ward optically correct lenses espe-. p.m. July 21 in theauditorium

..." (Eph. 3:2).. dally Important at this time of of the chares
year when a good many women
Could it be that those to whom Paul addressedhis literally lire In sun glasses. Mrs. Estella Clark was
Ephesian letter had! not yet heard that God As an integral part of a woman's appointed chairman of
costume sun glasses
had omitted to him"the dispensation of grace?" should be chosen with as much the committee in 1945 by

Next to the death and resurrection of Christ, care as any other accessory suggests the pastor Rev. DallasJ.
Dr. Irving Lueck 0 f
the conversion of Paul and his commission to Bausch & Lomb creators of Graham. Through the
: i proclaim "the gospel of the grace of God" was Ray-Ban sun glasses. Selection leadership of its chairman
of optically ground sun glasses is
a the greatest event in history. equally Important according to Mrs. Clark the .'

; r at The apostles at Jerusalem had recognized! the Dr. Lueck. since nothing Is more committee has rendered I

q, Paul dangerous to normal eyesight useful and untiring service

... They themselves had at first been sent by Christ cularly when they are worn for in all parts of the

I I + ,y', t.i ;, <. : into "all the world," yet in Gal. 2:9 we find prolonged In addition periods to danger of time.from :ity. They have per- .

s James, Peter and John publicly shaking hands visible sun rays. Ray-Ban ex- formed many.many tasks

R ,_ 4 with Paul in a solemn agreement that He should perts point out the hidden dan- with the sick lame sad
gers from infra-red and ultraviolet -
henceforth be the apostle to the nations. rays we can't see on despondent individuals. .

I' a. i Could it be that some twelve years later, when either end of the spectrum. The committee has prepared .
Flattery should also be considered
;, _z, he wrote the Ephesian letter, there were any who In purchasing sun glas- food, given medi-
ses since they play such a canes made up beds,
professed the name of Christ who had not heardof
prime role in the total "look"of
Paul's special place in the program of Godas a woman with special atten cleaned up rooms and
.A tion to facial structure and thewearer's houses, changed patients
the apostle of graceLittle wonder his word hair

I "if ye have heard" carry with them a touch of Fortunately style.states Dr. Lueck, clothesbathed patients,
,. sarcaim and reproach.It the wide variety of colors prayed with patients
styles and frame shapes avail-
sat with patients during
is possible, of course, that there were some able today (the 1963 Ray-Ban
r .. catalog presents 20 different de- the night and day.
but recently brought into the Church
among them, ,
t signs 48 different colors and A unique program has
who had not heard, but what seems almost impos textures!) makes the selection of
appropriate glasses relatively been arranged with par-
sible is that there should be even one believer simple.
ticipants iron the dif
at this late date who has not heard that after With bright. "sun glass" days
PLEASANTLY SURPRISED over the birthday party on one and a lovely embossed birthday cake with Christ and His kingdom were rejected and the just keep ahead In here mind are for 10 flatteryas pointsto ferent sections of the

planned unbeknown to her by her mother, Mrs. green and pink candles on the opposite side. world was ripe for prophesied judgment to fall well as protection: city.

Thomas' Pleasant and sister Miss Theima Pleasant, Frappe punch, sandwiches Individual cakes, nuts God intervened, saving Saul, His chief enemy on 1. from Always the"shelter"direct your eyes of Union CemMMftyIs
Is Mrs. Hazel Lillienthal (seated in foreground) and candles were tastefully arranged on tables earth;, and sent him forth with the good news the sun. P'reparifti Us

Shown with a portion the fifty-odd guests on. placed on the spacious lawn. 'The honoree, who recently of the grace of God." 2. Sun glasses worn even in

i patio of her Jessie St. residence the home returned from a New York City visit with This good news is based, of course, upon the Indirect sunlight days will during help pre-the"glare" July 14 Program

was colorfully decorated with seasonal flowers her children Yr.- and Mrs. William Alexander and fact that since Christ was the spotless Lamb of vent lines. squint and frown

consisting of gladioli and the dining room table daughter Carolyn, was the recipient of many beau- Committees ,of Union
God, His death is accepted by God as full satisfaction 3. Avoid strong, red yellow

I .,was_. covered with an exquisite ivory antique cloth tiful and useful gifts. (Royal Art Studio Photo) for the sinner. Thus Paul, by divine blue the neutral and orange grey,; green stick or to planning Community presentation AM&Church are ofa

inspiration, declares that believers are "jus brown lenses.
weak laws Presbyterian 4. For active outdoor Musical Eztravang2a
Earl Cumbo Jr.Visits YES WE'ALL TALK tified freely by His (God's) grace, through the ocersions scheduled for Sunday,
CHURCH NOTESBY redemption that is in Christ Jesus. (Rom select sturdy, simple
frames. July 14th at 6 p.m.
Family FILIBUSTER .3: 24).

And FriendsEarle By Marcus H. Boulware nduct Successful.. I Clinic, I i i. ,
The Woodlawn United !. !*":" ;lhr -' .
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: 'i. !I;. s. k" ; ...
Presbyterian Church has Combo Jr..., son of ', : ": ",
\ >
There Is < <. ; + : .
some talk that the Senate Southern Members .. : ': < :,
set Sunday August 11th Mr. and Mrs. E.H. Cumbo ;, '
fot'' "dedication of the and the Godson of the will filibuster "President Kennedys civil rights i .w ,; .

new building for our new late Mr. Calvin and Mrs. program to death. This is possible because the motion t 79',. ,#'.,,'J;;,yz" I ,
i to limit debate ,
church home. We expect: to Marion Morse. R.Nti spenta is illegal in the Senate except whena 0. A: v
hold Worship Service in few days visiting his cloture is invoked by the prescribed number of ka.' :"

the new building on the parents after completinghis votes. ; ,;m 1 .. ., ,
In deliberative bodies one can propose to limit 'a
first Sunday in August basic training periodat
r The United Choir will the U.S. Coast Guard debate by (a) setting debate period (b) limiting the

rehearse Friday. July 12 Base. Cape May. New number of speakers for each side and climiting each

at 8:00 p.m. in the Hut. Jersey.He speaker to a specified number of minutes.

-- Church School will begin- enjoyed a surprise The motion might be made in this manner: "I move .. \ y s9L

Sunday. July 14 at 10:00 party at his home givenby that we limit debate on this question to two minutes .

, a .m. in the George friends in the Ribault for each speaker." This motion belongs to the subsidiary ; ..,_- .t

: Washington Carver Elementary <-Heights neighborhood. find class; it is designed to providea_ means

I ) School 2854 1'. motored to Tennessee to to get rid of the motion tinder discussion.

45th Street with T.V. visit his grandparents.He A model speech presenting a gift will be prepared I + .

Huger. superintendent in departed from Imeson by the writer for 100. .. ,"
READERS For VEZIXNOftN' BUSINESS LEADER. Mrs. Theima .. Biker (left), guest artist Lucille Ezell and principal
charge Airport, after a pleasant : my free pamphlet on public speaking
send two shown. in photo (right) are still receiving words of praise for the.successful beauty clinic and
The Morning Worship ser- stay, for his new assign- stamps and a self-addressed business long)
dance which they sponsored recently in Jessnp, Ga. Models featuring"the hair styling in photo
vice begins at 10:55 a.m. ment at the Coast Guard envelope to Dr. Marcus H. Boulware, Box 310-A Florida
with Rev. F.D. Wilson Base in Boston. Mass. A. and M. University Tallahassee. Florida.. (rightfrom left are: Mesdames Jeanette Hllllman, Willie M. Jackson, Annie Rose Green, Beulah Bell,

pastor bringing! the Among the guests presentat Lillian Wright, Judith 'Thomas, Ruby McCrimoon, Lunae Davis, Lillie Vereen, Al vena Dunlap and Ver-

message. The Westminster the surprise party All Nile Gospel Plan 4 Day CruiseThe nells Wright. Mrs..Baker is the group's secretary. ..........-
YMCA Adult Program
Choir will furnish the were:

mUfete with Mrs. RUdyneWatson''at ,Misses Claudette Cohen, Fete Showing Here Travel Club are making and '
the 'Piano. ,Lazette Taylor; Patricia plans for a four day
: cruise to Nassau. Persons -
The Vacation
Church Doggett Angela Robinson Saturday, July 20
School now in progress on Lenora Robinson; Preston interested in

our new church site will Torrence; Miss Sadie Saturday. July 20 at making the trip will Girls Can Matt
Boys & Money
leave Jacksonville by
close Saturday July 13th Guinyard; David Sarjeant. 8 p.m. will witness the

at 11:00 a.m. All membersand Misses Berry Nelson. biggest most gala gos bus to Miami then on to

friends are invitedto Charlie Y. Jackson, Lu- pel music event ever Nassau by boat.

bring lunches and venia Starkes Rose Jen- The tourists leave July
enjoy ; presented in the Stateof .
afternoon of kins Alvin )Kent 26 and will return !July, "
t an enrichment ; Pearson Florida.
30. All meals and transportation Hundreds of Florida Star Newsboys
and fun on ttie Misses Mildred Pearson Aubrey Mayhew presentthe
% will be .
costs ;
new church site. Barbara Pearson. CharlesE. first annual Gospel

Elder L.N. Pears, Sr. Scott; Misses Beverly MUSIC FESTIVAL AND.ALL included. Aro EARNING from $1. to 10.00 Week
., r
and Deacon Mack L.- H8,7es Jelks, Gwendolyn Nelson NIGHT SING whichwllirfeature .For Information contact 4

will direct Kid-week George Kelly; Miss Sandra the "WORLD Miss Louvenia, And LEARNING to do business.YOUNGSTERSllf '

Prayer Service Wednesday. Cumbo. Earnest Jackson; FAMOUS PREACHER AND Solomon. 1244 W. 6th

July 17th at ?:30 p.m. Carlton Baker; Donald SINGER" Rev. Cleophus Street. I you are smart and y

in the Hut. Henderson; Richard Bowman Robinson. Rev. Lawrenc let 8tJe r

Only a lamb.has the Miss Helen Walker. Johnny Roberts -Newark.. New want to earn your own money

grace to suckle kneeling. ackson; Miss Deborah Jersey plus such famous .

Shipp; Ronald Cumbo: talent as the Soul Stir- / e'BY this is the way to do it.PARENTSI "'

Henry Gilliard; Arizona rers. the Swan Silver- 0.14 BOB_ BKEWSTO E j
Mrs. E. L. Riley i ., .
Anthony; Doanld Wells tones. Miss josephin 3frtmry l Your child may not

and Ulysee Jackson. James and the Gospe- Ever wish you could just tuck
Will i PresentJuly t a few pieces of bait in your need but the training
money gainedas
Mrs. E.D. Bannister laires. pocket and scoot off to your ,F
favorite fishinghole?
14 Program Until recently, the results a newsboy will help him to be ,
To Stage t Annual West t Union would have been pretty messy.
But now, with an item caIIed"miracle -
Choir 1 of New Brooklyn shrimp", can do successful in later life. of the
Gospel (Observance) ) Many .w-.... .'.".. .
Baptist Church will Schedule just that. Packed in cellophane, ... ... .
ProgramThe the hook-sized chunks of shrimp ...M.....\...
sponsor a getacquaintedprogram Mrs E. D. Bannister will keep indefinitely without most successful men were Newsboys -? -,
July 14 at 3 p.m. Jax1 "First Lady of Sunday School and refrigeration because the mois- ...,.M.,.....,.1N1
of ture has been removed by l
in the auditorium Lady of Gospel Songs." BTU departments of West freeze-drying. r f

the church Mrs. L.k. will stage a mammouth Union Baptist will observe Thb new process has two bas-
Riley. organist and di ic steps: (1) rapid freezing of Start A Route Anywhere _
-parade and gospel festival joint anniversary food to transform moisture in- ,
rector announced. The to tiny crystals of ice. and (2) : ;
Sunday at 8 p.m. July 14 daring '''
church is located at July 14th in Civic the Sunday School hour. uum placing where of food heating in a transforms high vac You Live I in Florida -: *;! t r-1, ,

2207 W. 45th Street. Auditorium., The deacon board trus the ice crystals directly into vapor r. y a, a.. p1
tees. Deaconess Boards without going through the ia i. ..
intermediate liquid state (for '
1j j 1 and 2 and pulpit aid the technically minded this is Will!I Pot Yet la Easiness Q ,-
called "subUmaUouThe va- t >s
? tt
board will observe
a por is drawn off. leaving the i iw
J Joint anniversary July food substance almost entirely
; The First Negro Consultant on Travel 14 at 3 p.a. Rev. 'C. free of. moisture FILL OUT THIS COUPON! TODAY :
announces that he la prepared to arrant domestic Tested by Mercury outboard a
A. Weaver, pastor of fishing e=perts. It wsa foaDd FLORIDA STAR P.O. BOX 561 JACKSONVILLE: 1, FLA.
and foreign tours sad handle all technical aspectsof
Day Spring Baptist that upon being wetted
hotel and travel accomodations.
Church will deliver the
The toora will encompass all areaa la the world Gospel .
each ,s; the Bahama Is 1 f ,
All districts mass MDCBfS FIRST HAMS LAST !(AYB
lands Latin-America .
meeting will be held
Astern and Eastern Europe Masic
: s July 21 at 3 D... Distracts -
Asia etc.
9.10.11. and 12
Interested persons should are the boat districts. I AECBESS, STRHJT: ft: IIIDIBER PHCTZ 110.

f call El 30289 Hon. Wed { Festival *

k Fri.. 1-3 p.m. and David '
Mfett will gladly diacuas ObserveSacred hl YtrSIIYI Send my child 20 copies of the Florida Star on.

4 >t *?toara ia ,delationwritten ; .;, t I a* AD-Kiti SH I credit to start him in business. I will pay. the

correspondencesshould .x. Heart Court Mo Florida Star lit for each copy he sells. Those

be seat to 1531 52 Heroines of Jericho Sit lily! 20, m: PJB.Jacksonville that are not sold. I will return tad will cot be

Iff. 3rd St.Jacksonville.Fla. DAYIDjgrbchures L lT will present their anniversary I required to pay for unsold copies.

concerning places of interest will b tea Sunday Ballpark

ladlv forwarded. July 14th from 4-8 p.. I

1 at the Y1

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Noted English Thespian Ex Baits Product NIgro Appointed FAMU Instructor Foreign Scholarship Student

I. .
4 Stars For Indians MraidpsI Judge Authors Article v._ ._ __ -.- -----... &_ .
Charleston Club BCORSE.: Mich. (ANP) A&M University professoris

" TII A man of many Jobs, the author of an

J William C. Hague, last article which Is appearing
week held his first
I (ANP) -- One of the ses- In the current P
as an Ecorse municipal _
brightest prospects in Issue of an International
, M Judge. Quarterly Journal.Dr. .
d p d .4' the minors is a 23yearold -
"steal" for the Appointed by the Ecorse Walter A. Mercer,
.Q City Council to fill the
Cleveland Indians. He is professor of education -
unexpired term of the u rt.
Bob Chance, who was and director of intern-
rafted by the San late W. Newton Hawkins ship teaching wrote the I
S Francisco Giants' Hague is one of the first article "TeacherEducation

I organization. Negroes to serve as a Laboratory Ex !

H is bat has been udge in a Detroit periences" which is appearing -
suburb.He In the current j
smoking all season. With
also Is a member and Issue of Improving College mss,
the season entering its
former president of the jI
I1 and University
4 ninth week, the 23 year
Ecorse School Board and Teaching International I
old Chance was one of -
the few .400 hitters in in January was' appointeda Journal. The major point- ; -
EDRIC CONNOR, noted British Shakespeareanactor baseball. member of the Michigan of-view expressed in the

and screen star, in Hollywood to Employment security Commission article is that student
Chance, .an outfielderfor ,
begin his role in "Four For Texas" with Charleston, was .. Appeal Board by teaching an Indispensable

Frank Sinatra, Dean Martin Anita Ekberg batting .405 and there,. Gov. Romney. element in teacher educa-
and Ursula Andress, which Robert Aldrichis : Along with his three tion, is professional
producing and directing for Warner was that little he would indication cool off-; public jobs Hague is a laboratory experiences in CECIL E. GLANVILLE of Trinidad Just after being graduated with high honors

Bros. member of a Detroit law real teaching situations. from Howard University College of Medicine, is congratulated by Schealey
rather that
or hot executives Prank Specht (left) and Chuck Williams.
Other articles Glanville ascribed part ,
f 1 rill .-and has other by Dr.
Gregory To SueAlabama bat would be-cooled. Mercer which have of this success in A career pointed toward psychiatry to the "magnificent
Top Cadets Cited Willie conceding that he business Interests.He been I
gesture the
on of
said he did not think published during the part Schenley Industries which gave me a four-year scholar-

Judge At t Fla. ASM U. 'was head batting Chance over.his admitted the three public jobs 1962-63 academic year include -: ship covering full tuition." He plans to pursue an internship at St. Peter ,

would conflict with each those which have General Hospital, New Brunswick, N. Y. I
that he always had been
TALLAHASSEE Lt. Col. other. In case they do, appeared in The ClearingHouse
Comedian Dick Gregory Albert J. Parker, professor Ha'"I pretty batted good'hitter.371 and: however he plans to .. Savannah gfrate Primitive To Host Instant Strikes In Angels Camp !
disclosed here last week
of military College
"stick with Mr. Romney"on Research Bulletin
that he would file suit drove in 96 runs my d
science at Florida A&MUniversity the Florida A&M Un t varsityesearch y
MESC job. .
National ConventionThe
first at El Paso
against a Birmingham has announcedthat year ,
Hague was Ecorse chairman Bulletin. The
Judge who sentenced him he said. That was in
four ROTC cadets received for Negro Educational Review. I
1961 after he had the Romney volun- 56th annual Nationa
to 180 days in jail and commissions signed J Jr
on teers and has served The Georgia Teachers and
asa Primitive
Baptist Con-
fined him $100 and costson June 15 following the with Giants.
city councilman and Education .
Drafted vention which is
a charge of parading completion by the Indians, '
of their
Herald and the Quarterly
of the
president South-
without a license duringan undergraduate studies. he played 80 games with scheduled to open Aug.
last west Detroit Branch of Review of. Higher Education 21 and continue throughAug.
anti-segregation Charleston year.
1 The commissions were NAACP; Among Negroes. 25 will be held
demonstration in that awarded durin gan impressive #- He batted .,302.- but "!. "
city on May 6. ceremony conductedin drove in only 27 runs Salute Observance Mt. Olive Primitive Bap- .f '

Gregory said he would Howard Hall AUQ1.alum and hit two homers. With tist Church, Rev. J.M.

sue Municipal Court The guest speaker for the Fl Paso in the Texas Dixon, host pastor.A .

Judge William Conway for commissioning exerciseswas League he had collected -! I delegation of more

misleading Circuit Judge Col. John Williamsonwho 16 home runs. than 1200 persons frog

Edgar Bowron into set- is Deputy Corps Com- "I'm swinging a lot several states are expected Va

ting his bond at the abnormal mander, IV U.S. Army more; that Is the only to be in atten- ( -

amount of $2. 500, Corps Birmingham, Ala. difference from last i dance are: Rev. P.D. _

after the sentepcing. He The cadets were commissioned year, he said 'andI've Brantly of Miami presi

said the normal appeal as second lieuten- been up there with 'I- i dent; Rev. F.L. Living

bond for such a convic- ants In the United States men on base I used to stun Dallas, TexasRev.R.H. .

tion is $300. Army Reserve. Each of- take a lot more pitches Fran br, Charlotte Ace pitcher, Ken McBride -of the LotAngeles AngelS( left,
He said the judge vio- ficer will serve a 24- than I do this year. N.C. ; Rev. D. Palmer shows rookie catcher Ed Kirkpatrick how "Iron Mike," the pitch-
Trenton, N.J. ; Rev. A.!!. ing machine used at the Angels' Spring training camp, winds
lated an Alabama law in month active duty commit "We've pitched him Wsare can eratinV up to fling.a high hard one. While "Iron Mike" get energy froman
obtaining approval of the ment towards fulfillmentof ever here," said El- .. Syler, Nashville Tenn. ; electric outlet Ken and Ed get energy from Carnation in-
Rev. A.J. Warren. Cleve- stant Nonfat Milk before a pre-season win over the San Francisco
$2,500 appeal bond with- his military obliga- mira (Pa.) Manager Earl .,;'. : Giants at Palm Springs. Calif. Surprising Angels led Cactus.
out his presence or that tion. Weaver, "and he keeps ...#11I' land, Ohio; Rev. T.M. League standings this year and hope to Improve upon their third. I
p. 11 Batts Mobile, Ala. ; place finish in the American League race last season.
of his attorney. One of Those commissioned were: right on hitting, no "r.

Gregory' attorneys said David E. Pollard, a dis- matter what we throw up .,. .- II t, Georgia.The Rev. S.. Simmons, Caire, Mother Midway AME Panel Discussion
the law required that the tingulshed military there." ..,
e ak The Christian Endeavor
bond be aprroved by a graduate Palmetto; James Chance gives his manager I .:.' '.. Women's Congresswill Church Slates EventsThe
be presided over by Hour will be held at New
circuit court Judge in Duncan Jr. Florida City; credit for an as Trustee's Rites
'. ... ,, Mrs. M.P. Allen of Hop AME Church, Julji 21"
the presence or the de- Bernard B. Hendricks, sist. He is Johnny Lipon ', will be observed -Sunday ;.. '
i ; "' Tallahassee, assisted by ; at 3 p.m. Music wll-1 be- ?
fendant. Portsmouth, Va. ; and the former major league 5
the at
ej m a throughout day
"e Vr. M.E. Britt of Dallas furnished by the St.
Neither Gregory nor his Wonzel M. Mobley', Winter shortstop. ';. ''', '
Mother Midway AME
counsel Texas; Mrs. E. Raye of Stephens Youth Trio and ,
was present '
Garden .
.. .:.d: Charlotte N.C. Mrs. L. Church 1462 Van Buren the Youth Choir of Mt.
Conway went be for* Judge ). ,. ..,.' .
FAMlPs Dr. Gayles Article Featured ::, J. Brantley of Miami; Street where the public Zion Southside.
Bowron and'had the bond _.__ ....____ '
approved, the attorney TALLAHASSEE 'Making She is also the authorof IT'S MILK FOR BEAUTIES -- Miss. Faye K. Ben- Mrs. L.W. Peterson, St. la always welcome.The The theme is 'Vow Effective -

said. Teaching More Effective" "A for Instruction den, Miss U. S. Department of Agriculturefor Petersburg; Mrs. M.B. order of service is the Program .
Program -
Gregory also charged authored by Dr. Anne R. Improvement," 1963," and a runner-up beauty, Miss Me- Goodlee Huntsville. Ala will be as follows; of the Ate Church?" The j

that Judge Conway dis- Gayles' professor of which appears in the rita 0, Covington, are having their milk Mrs. C.F. Cotton of At 9:30 a.m. SundaySchool theme will be discussedpro

criminated against him secondary spring edition of the break. For them "June Dairy Month" and Pensacola and others. will be led by and con by a panel

because one of the come- Florida A&M University,, International Quarterly' every month of the year are milk drinking The theme of the con- Bro. S. C. -Hart, Supt. of two adults and two

dian aides, writer James appears In the spring Journal pjt Improving SQL time. Miss Benden is a clerk in the Depart- vent im is, The world- The 1J a_;QO-' ....m. 'Morningsermon *YI- '' """youths ''II w) .. .y

Sanders was dismissedon edition 'of the Journal oX 1..eee .!and University ment' Office of Management Services; and wide Mission of the will b'oivered -.. Musicale "T
the same charge. Higher Education Amon g Teaching. Miss Covington is a clerk in the Office of Primitive Baptist by the pastor, Fete' : .

Negroes. Plant and Operations. USDA Photo) Church. Rev.J..W. Jones.' ; evening- vhAllu'AIJI. tulUlsv "
service is set for ", vw nmill r
Parks, Pools Desegregated Urges U. S. Russ Meet Ban 6:30 p.m.Choir .. Union Community

DALLAS-ANP)---Dallas Quietly took another step SAN F1UNCISOO--Comedian Dick Gregory said and usher 12

toward peaceful complete desegregation recently, J here recently that Negro athletes will classleaders and all A musical extravaganza

when all municipal parks and facilities were : be urged to boycott the forthcoming A- trustees will be lead will be presented July

opened to all people. merican--Russian Track meet "unless, by by Bro. Allen Thomas, 14 at 6 p.m. in Union

The announcement was made by a seven-man bi- : that time the ban be dropped against vice chairman who will Community AME Church,

racial unit of the Dallas Community Committee, I racially segregated sports in every statein serve throughout the Beaver and Eversoa St..
which the union." day. Some of the most faail-
is conposed of 125 leaders and members. : : 'JI ;- ? ,, "
All city park facilities including playgrounds Ex Champ Cited Mother Midway: is spa-< ,. far groups asd ladlvide
ala of the will
city -
baseball diamonds and swimming pools are now coring an outing to aj

desegregated in Dallas, according to the an- Y z .' American Beach Saturday peuon the program ftot
nouncement. ? Sa July 13th. Buses will planned by Mrs. A.B. .
jJj7- '' Houston, chairman. Mrs
I leave 11th and Fairfax
Delores Buries Mrs.
Willie Dan
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depart from the church,
Essie Mae Sullivan
1436 Van Buren St. at are
the musicians.
12 o'clock noon.

Seldom does the movie-going public have the

privilege to see the fine programs being offered -

this week at the Roosevelt and Strand
Theatres. tad
Tab Hunter and Scott Brady head the cast ID : $

"OPERATION BIKINI" and Lee Remick and Jack
Lemon star in "WINE .and ROSES" ....'1'bis' is a

great combination that offers, pleasure for both

the action fan and ,,for, the mature adult who t

wants to see. something diff erehtl J

'The Roosevelt has starting Sunday a triple
Eric M. de Freitas (right) of New York City
feature show with Gary Cooper, Burt Lancasterand
Jane Russell In the starring roles. outgoing President of the National Bowling
Yon Don t Have to Go to Town to Get "
The pictures are "Vera Cruz, The Kentuckian"and
Association, Inc. and a member of the A.M.
"The Revolt of Mamie Stover" ....This certainly *
P Staff of Champions, receives the National -
LOW PRICESOn is really fine-priced-right entertain- '
ment....thy not go to the movies? Foundation-March of Dimes 1963 Meritorious -

t Service Award from George P. Voss,
Vice President of 'Public Relations, of the
Starting at The Strand Sunday

DRUG STORE NEEDS National Foundation. The presentation was

Trace With Your Neighbored Drug Store ROYAL ART STUDIO made during the bowling Association's 24th

IS WILL MEET ANY PRICES ADV. IN YOUR LOCAL PAPERSWe : 515 DillS STREET Annual Convention recently held at the A- '

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J ,I Sports Greats ToY Conduct Clinic At Chicago's Negro Progress Exposition

::1 islerj Tt l ctivt First Hud Post Office Promoter Advises Agiiast

, Ilstrlcti.Fr..m Tip Athletes 1imT"u -- ---. Hit ty NAACP Listoi Clay levt

CHICAGO Ask any young sports fan wbat his big ambition .
fI I is, and chances are he'll probably say it s to PHILADELPHIA' During handle Clay if he had
Job Policies a recent exclusive Interview -
shadowbox hill, Taylor replied.
play catch or to with some of the athletic

' treats. What yomister wouldn't want to play basket with Philadel- That's easy. All you

I, ball with the Harlem Globetrotters or take batting LLy" --" TAmPA The Tampa Branchof phia Tribune sports have to do is feed him
editor Claude E. Harr?-
pointers from Jackie Robinson? the National Association some more Heary Coopers
son, Jr. boxing promoter -
of Colored People Alonzo Jofeasoa. Laaar
Ibis dream will come The
nsored by '
spo said Wednesday that it was Herman Taylor Clarks Alex Miteffs and
true soon for youngsters : :
American Negro Emancipation -
4 preparing to file complaints stated that young Cas- fighters in their class
in Chicago at A Centuryof Centennial Authority -
against the Tampa sius Clay is currently until he gains some mach
Negro progress Exposition headed by Alton A.
Post Office department and too inexperienced to needed experience to go
which will run Darls, Executive Direc-
'r. two local concerns for face champion Sonny Listen along with his confi
from August 18 to
tor. 4
in title bout "
a dence.
discriminatory practices
September 2 at McCormlck Y :
this year. Taylor's oommeats
in hiring. were
Place. The 18-day exposition ,
which is the .w nlnW Robert 1. Saunders fieldsecretary Taylor in classing Clayas closely seconded by

for the Florida the "hottest" itemon. veteran fight trainer-

only national commemoratingthe celebration Midi s.rnMlI. ; c' ; NAACP Branches, cited the the current fight manager Joe Oramby who
mark questioDed1h1' concluded 1117 bother
100th anniversary of case of a Negro who passeda
civil service examination : should tie fight Liston, ? with Liston when you
the Procla-
Emancipation li
tion is designed to Pitciiif for a substitute He doesn t need en. Why don't need him? Clay can

clerk's post and has since he (Clay can demand his make a pile of money by
point out outstanding CINCINNATI -- "Joe PAUD'S GYMNASIUM NEARS COMPLETION-. George W. Gore Jr. (right), president -
that time been bypassedand price right now and take just running oft at the
but 1ittle-kndwn Nnxhall is a real fine of Florida A. and M. University points at the new physical- education not hired.
on easy fighters until mouth. And while he's
achievements by Negro pitcher now. Ha really and health plant which is expected to be ready for occupancy by September, The two firms cited on he gets more experience: getting experience. Lis-
Americans to the expected knows what he is doing cost of 1000000. Lookingon similar the
1963. The new facility is being constructed at a charges are The Philadelphia ton will be getting
800,000 to 1000. out on that mound. He with Dr. Gore,are Coach Jake Gaither (left), athletic director; Q. P. Tampa Electric Co. and moter who handled pro-last older and fatter. "

000 Tisltors. has control of his Medain, inspector Bear Construction Company; and Dr. 0. A. Moore, head of Local 108 of the Electrical S'Giardello-Robin- Il111-

In the sports center pitches knows what he the department of physical education and health. (FAMO staff photo) Workers Union. san 10-rounder here said f -1I
----r ---
intends to do each
of 21 display on
one areas
will be able delivery and each pitch Clay was a better-than-
to participate against has a special meaning., I I Living With SportsCAGE f now.average hastening fighter to right add '>f'

some of the most famous feel Joe was always
Negro personalities in a good pitcher but I be- searching, they grabbed the new franchise that no one on earth ,

the world of sports. lieve he is better now TEAM'S FACE-CHANGING INv saying they couldn't afford to tarry in ins in a class with "MrListen" '

Walt Bellamy, of the than ever" The speakerwas KEEPING WITH TREND ,Chicago any longer. Once again Windy City at this point : '

Baltimore Bullets will Stan M sial. the cage fans were left high and dry. They in his care'er.Properly .,

be the official host at all-time great who were disappointed and resentful. But they handled. Claj II
By J.
'. Century_ of Negro Progiesa'sporta should know a pitcher Livingston ,were in for even more humiliation, as theteam's can go on to make more

1 arena. He "when'he. sees one. chiefs decided that even the name money than most champion. I"
CHICAGO (ANP) j In these '
days of ,
have made
will be Joined by other Nuxhall's battery mate rapid changes the It had berne in Chicago was too much of a con "A

i famous basketball baseball John Edwards is 'equally franchise from shifting of one team stigma. They changed the Zephyrs to Bul- tinued. REVEREND CARTHER
me city to another should
Asked how he wouldListG.
the Hamilton and shot straight out of town.
tennis track and as high on ; alarm fool lets
nor no one. Everybody should
boxing stars. Ohio southpaw as Mnsial. know the Meanwhile, there is no indication that HUDSON EPPSRev.
score by now. lost sleep
the bullets owners any .
Plans are taderway now ''Joe," says Edwards,
Park Fans should be convinced by this time over the ruffled feelings of Chicago fans. Epps has been
with the Chicago 'lias fine variety of
a control that their support for the "home" teamno But it might be well for them to realize No Predictions driving you good peopleof
District summer program pitchers and can
longer guarantees that it will remain that dissatisfaction and mistrust in one Jacksonville to your
to invite youngsters to them. On his good days,
i participate against the when I give him a target ,with them. They ought to know too that city could easily spread to another. DENVER. Colo. World'sHeaV7weight business and social engagements -

from patience is fleeting virtue with sports How long the Bullets will remain in champion for a long
athletes. Children he'll hit it nine out
} moguls. Team owners'no longer wait for Baltimore is anybody' s guess. But one Sonny Liston who confidently time. His New Deal Cab
other of ten times.
: ties,.. he will
; be continued their "investments" jell either in thing is certain. The team's face-changing says 1162 Day is probably as
aicalo'ial.o will ftuxhair' ,
# play or with fans. They have too enticingan is in keeping with the times. retain his crown against familiar to you as
eligible to take part. Edwards has a good fast
is be fat which alternative. Such alternative is the "--Rod Hundley and Jerry West went back challenger Floyd Patterson El 4-1611.
The Exposition ball and a slider
with different floating franchise. It is the order of the to Charleston, W. Va. immediately after July 22 in Las Vegas Rev. Epps and his wife
he throws
Milts Sits day. Nobody seems to care any more about ,the season was over to appear in two exhibition has no comment to make Bessie are the parentsof
speeds, a good curve
ball and hls.s1 p-pltch loyalty to fans or the obligation to exert basketball games, with a group of about how many rounds six grown children.

Eifht Ceitests is a fine off-speed one's self to the utmost to hold a team mixed pro and college senior players. the fight will go. one son and five daughters. -
franchise in city. The fast luck slated to also but When asked if he w uld
a play
BIRMINGHAM, Ala. -- pitch that keeps the appearsto Elgin Baylor was .Their grandchildren
lilies College officials batters off balance. He be all that matters. a painful boil on his neck sidelined him. knock Patterson out, number seven. When the

have announced an 8 can get most of his Examples of this wavering trend is seen Bill Russell was substituted for Baylor. Llston quipped," "It Epps family get together -

game varsity football pitches over the plate in the flock of football baseball and Says Hmdley Boy is it ever a pleasureto figures that way. they make quitea
schedule for 1963. basketball franchises from town to town in play with Russell for a change. Asked to predict the congregation. Rev.
which is the secret of a
The Bears will open good pitchar?" recent years. In many instances, particularly .Shortsl My,old ,friend Luke Easteris exact round, the champ and Mrs. Epps live in
against .Albany State in basketball fans left with the RochesterRed told IDterTie.ersX'. I
"I learned the slip are still playing ball their own home at 1538
Rams of Albany Georgia pitch when I trained stranded without their favorite sport. Wings. This is a Triple-A team with a not a Cassius Clay, Pasco Street. Rev. Epps

on September 28th at with Baltimore in the Take the case of the Chicago Zephyrs recently working agreement with Philadelphia. . going around making is the pastor of the

Miles' College Alumni spring of 1962. It s a renamed the Baltimore Bullets. Here According to Sid Gi llman. coach and poetry and predictions, New Hope Primitive Baptist -

Stadium and end their change-up pitch like the is a case where even increasing fans sup- general manager of the Sah Diego Chargers but a fighter Interested Church and is alsoa
:55th of football couldn't the team in sought by in holding on to his
season forkball revealed port keep Chicago.The Richard Westmoreland who was member of the Mt.

on November 23rd againstthe luxhall. Zephyrs were founded here in 1961 five professional football teams has cast title. Olive Primitive Bap-

t Alabama AJtt( Bulldogsof The brilliant comeback under the moniker of the Chicago Packers.The his lot with his team. Westmoreland. 21, tist Church.

Normal: Alabama. of the 34-year-old Nux- founding of the team ended a droughtof is a 6-1 185-pound defensive back from Mitchell Tearing Next time you need the

The 8 games scheduled hall last summer was professional basketball that had existed North Carolina A&T (Greensboro N.C. ) He convenience and comfortof

for next fall are the heartwarming for everyone since the demise of the Chicago Is from Charlotte. N.C. Westmoreland captained With TrottersTALLAHASSEE a cab-dial El 4-1611

greatest. number of games who knows. the big, Stags and fins in general were convinced the North Carolina A&T squad last and ask the dispatcher

played by the Bears likeable 6-3. 229 pounder. that a new era had dawned for the sport fall and was a second team All-American in Tommy Lee to send New Deal Cab

during one season in here. the CIAA. Mitchell a 1961 graduate 1162 Day-Rev. Epps will
many years.During Nuxhall is the youngest Fans were even more optimistic whenowneroresident The scouting reports say that westmore- of Florida ASM University be there in no time

the past few player ever to appear in Dave Trager assured them land has "great potential enther as a is touring Europe with at all.
the Golden Bears that he and his brain thrust wrnld do all back---great
years the major leagues hurlIng flanker or a defensiv the world famous Harlem
have played their openIng in one game for the within their power to bring Chicago a topflight speed----An Abner Haynes or Lenny Moore- Globetrotters basketballteam. I. tar. te witch Mir half.
against the Al- winning basketball team. But as it burr show .* S n4ar *..**
game in .
while still
1944 type runner. *II.t 9:30 ." ChMMl 4,
bany State Rams. Last high school as a 15-year turned jout the fans were too optimistic Yales Mulled Tommy is a native of f..t..".. K... K"iaht.

year the Bears were defeated old. After going to the and Traeger had ove -P8tl ted his owneterrinatinn. Tallahassee s graduate
Ashe CoHtiiM
by the Rams in a minor leagues Joe cue For Freshman o f FAMO high, and a NEW DEALCAB

close and ragged contest back to the Reds in 1952 The team started out playing at the PostTop former star cager with

3 to '0. However the and was with them international Amphiteatre on.the Stockyards r I To Imp' raw Coaching the Rattlers. He is fea- COMPANY
the first Ciiwir urI (ANPJTony -
undauntedand during year
Bears remained through 1960 before ground where tured as the "Dribbler"with
went on to close a going with Kansas City (1961-62) of operation it got slaughteredJust TennisProspect Yates captain of the Globetrotters. UK UKS H. Jill EL 4,1t11

successful season of :5 in 1981. as was the livestock. But its fans PRINCETON N.3. Despite the University of Cin-

wins and 2 losses by defeating were not discouraged. They kept supportingthe his defeat in the cinnati basketball team,

the mighty. MM SIRS Home Slate team and the Packers began to justify semi-finals of the NCAA r unner-np for the I I

Bulldogs 6 to 0. July 12-Suns rs Richmond their patience by showing steady improve- championship tournamenthere national championship

A newcomer to this July 13-Suns vs Richmond ment. recently 19yearold last season and winners

years' schedule will be July 14-Suns rs Richmond Then after changing its name to the Arthur Ashe continues the two previous cam-

the Wolverines of Morris July 15-Suns vs L. Rock Chicago Zephyrs and moving to the near- to loom as one of paigns, has been men-

Brown College Atlanta July 16,Suns vs L. Rock downtown Coliseum the team really startedto the game's future stars. tioned in the speculation Of all the

Georgia. Miles will play July 26-Suns vs Toronto Jell. In two years, it developed such Dr. Walter Johnson' of as the next freshman I

host in the initiation July 27-Suns vs Toronto(2 topnotch players as the high-scoring Walt Norfolk Va., who must coach at u-c. Englishmen

of what is hoped will July 28-Suns vs Toronto Bellamy and classy Terry Dischinger. Pans also be credited with Yates was the play director -

be a long and profitable July 29-Suna vs Rochester support soared along with the team. Ashe's amazing rise for the Bearcats
series between the two July 30-Suns vs Rochester But just as things were getting rosier in since he is the one who in the years they twice who gin.Mast .

schools. ,July 31-Suna vs Syracuse the team-fan romance the Zephyrs owners also tutored Althea Gibson conquered Ohio State to

did an about face. Trager and his associates former U.S. Net win the National Collegiate how man

I' who reportedly were beginning to queen. Athletic Association -

Tilliaiii Cellti write off the deficit on their investment Top tennis sources said championship and drink Gordon'?

received a juicy offer to relpcat e-the_ that Ashe acquitted himself were nipped in the final
*- "L well before going second by Loyola for the
Trom wnich no one may be barred on team in Baltimore.
short period of professed soil- down to defeat against title last March.
After a
account of race or color top-seeded Dennis Ralston Yates, drafted by the

of Southern Cali- St. Louis 'Hawks of the of them.And it's been that way

fornia in five sets. National Basketball Association years.To be blunt about it,

," A Co-educational Institution 5 M .... HER Tlljm.JU, .., .. Ashe now a juniortobe has expresseda Gordon's is England's biggest selling ginas

.':Founded 1867 At Talladega.., Ala., at UCLA dropped the desire to play pro it is America's and the
Chartered in 1869 Ton Seek The Best Doctor first two sets to Ralston basketball. world's. Why? Probably

.'It""' v When Tour Doctor PrescribesGet 6-2 and 8-6 and was because we have always
Experienced Pharmacists seemingly headed for defeat WridtftbOowi refused to tamper with a !
Fully Accredited Four Year Liberal Arts ..According to your Doctorm in the third set. 19-12-93 good thing.Gordon's still

The However his terrific harks back to Alexander
Progran: Makes Talladega Famous Orders We Use Only
Dr. C. E. Blacx Beat a uty Drags backhand starting clicking 611-44-256 Gordon original
',,for The Success of Its Graduates Proprietor and carried him toa formula conceived in .

t In :advanced Studies and Professions 3 REGISTERED PHARMACISTS TO SERVE TOO 7-5 victory. Ashe tooka 1 3 5 London 194 years ago- -

Throughout This Country And Abroad 3-0 lead in the fourth 2 so its distinctive dryness
A COMPLETE LIKE OP set and went on to win 1 1 and delicate flavour iOki

Member Cosmetics Rubber Goods Candies Sundries 6-3. remain unchanged and GINa
14 60# 51 t
Southern Assn. of Colleges Aad Schools PRESCRIPTIONS CALLED FOR AND DELIVERED Ralstons greater experience unchallenged to this day.AskforGojrtUm'sbynime..
stood him in 33699115Sometimes I .
United College: Fund
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1< f !It'" It t Lilly's Drug match when be finished
liNrlSS"-K" ti M 1M "llIislflr Sometimes he's down w 4L *smcustmmaarosic>s %a Nut era
off the match with a He adds, subtracts nai am.M freer,tetttn MT M 00,ut met+ t*

pair of strafcht service He works it all around
Dean Cohen T. Slapson
t. deuces after Ashe had

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The Bills of the Gods criM slowly but they < < Victim b jtt ji'g.J -tKonc El 4. If*

grind exceedingly well" is an old folk saying ; : 4 :
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;'r which we think needs a little overhaul Inc. Inv ...'...):."' .' PI IB fl tamers continueto TRIMMi SURIMPORAMA SALE "

other words we would like to see some of our )f"' "r take their toll in

bretheren reap what they have sown in our lifetimes .>;".. '. .,.':.".... .. .. Jacksonville and the SMALL WHITE SHRIMP 49c II $2.45'er : .

rather than wish them ... latest victim Wood-
upon the future .. was a
generations. Nevertheless, we live each day with # lawn Street resident,

the above adages in mind. Political figures and .{-;. ) one was taken in by a LARGE MEDIUM SHRIMP u. lie
those who reap goodies and benefits from political .. .'. smooth talking Quick 0.( to u. Lets. u.79C)

figures are especially thought of when one thinks -11" acting man in her home

about retribution. Next year is harvest tine... : ; ; last Sunday. police re MEDIUM SHRIMP u. SJe "

Instead of sitting on your what-cha-aa-calleBs : > ported.Mrs. .
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and praying for characters who are stepping on ; ,. Cora Bell King, of STRIPED (ROCK) BASS 4kTO

you get out and encourage. some people to register 430 Woodlawn Street saida u.

so that they can. meet that at the pools along with nan who said his naae AKKIYI FRIDAY MOaNING
I. w1.d frm Fir Awty P.'h..fY At N. Uttfc fi,.....
you next year. was James Williams, came

We hear that all of the disciples of Sappho were -- to her house and said he STANDARD OYSTERS $115

present at the "Blue Jay" last week, visitingthe \ I had cleaning Job for her

former teacher who got pinched doing the at a bank. He also told SELECT OYSTERS 'INT $110AlALACHICOA

light-fingered act. 'There was a lot of weeping and her he had nine houses
ONE-HUNDRED BUSINESS LEADERS from all sections of the country

carrying on and kissing good-bye, you too were urged by Pres. Kennedy to take the lead in ending segrega and two business placesin SHRL OYSTERS w" k.-.w.. k 9J

woul've..And if the School Super had passed byhe'd tion in theatres, stores and other enterprises during last week'smeeting Jacksonville. She
thought some of his teachers were having con- said he told her he had
at the White House. The President audience included
vention. $25,000 in trust and he BIGGEST GOSPEL SHOW IN THE STATE IF RIllA!
Atty. Gen. Robert F. Kennedy (standing) and Vice Pres. Lyndon B.
Independence Day we Journeyed down to New Berlin would like to marry hen
Johnson (seated foreground). The same day, the President issued
and caught the tail end of the annual boatraces. After boasting of his Aubrey L. Mayhew, PresentsThe
an executive order directing non-discrimination in apprentice pro
This year Jerome Singletary: had charge of the af riches he then asked her
grams operated with federal funds. (AFL-CIO News Photo). First Annual
fair. On hand to help Jerome were all the membersof I for $10 as insurance on

the Singletary family. His brothers were in C 'POLICE REPORTS f the bank Job, she said. FESTIVAL

charge of the bar-be-que and even the grands were The suspect and victim GOSPEL MUSIC

helping grand-pa. Perennial winner Stallings and MAN REPORTSASSAULTROBBERY they find one in the A 35-year-old man was went to an office in the aid

his X-100* and Jerome's new 100 H.P. powered job room, police added. wounded last Wednesdaywhen Lynch Building to get

both took it easy and watched George Christopherromp some papers drawn up. The AllHite
Both principals said he went to see his Sill
home. Seems as tho George threatened to take Edward Hayes 36, of man then called Claude
wife who
Wright was accidentally is living at
his ball and bat home and break up the game if 1403 Stafford Street was Nolan Company about a i ii person
cut by falling on broken another address police -
they did not let him place. beaten and robbed last glass. reported. used car and a salesman "World Favors Preacher

Elcee Lucas passed and is on wheels trying out a Friday in front of 1510 The injured man was Clarence Cleveland brought the car and some

Valiant for size. The popular "Printer-about- Winnie Street, police re papers to be signed, Mrs.. --
taken to Duval Medical Matthews, of 3723 Davis and Siug.r"RSV.
town' is making like mad on the political circuit ported. King told police.Not ,
Center. Both partieswere Street told police he
warming up for the "rnn for the roses" next Hayes told police he being satisfied with !
arrested and charged and his wife are sepa- CLEOPHUS ROHNSON
the used car, the suspect .
year. and his wife were riding with disorderly conduct rated and he went to : 1
Local NAACP members had a narrow escape on their with two friends Tommy and his victim then went REV. LAWRENCE ROBERTS _or.
and fighting, police 2577 Calvin Street to ,
way tc the national meet in Chi-town. Eugene Stin- Ramsey and an unknown to purchase a new car. He
said. see her. He said when
son's little foreign Job flipped over and the woman companion of Ram- then asked her for $25 to The Soul Stirrers I''
\ Patrolmen S. Washing he got to the house, the
occupants escaped injury by a stroke of luck. sey's. He said Tommy buy a tag. she said. Police -
ton and H. Edwards front door was open and I The Swan SilvertonesMiss
Other than this wee bit of excitement, the group thought he had had too said Mrs. King drew
investigated. he walked in.
reported ,that all went off well. Several Florida much to drink and he $100 from the bank and Josephine James
He said he went to his
chapters received plaudits for Jobs well done. stopped the car in frontof VVV-VV- turned the money over

Members of the St. John's Boat Club are sponsor- the Windle Street address Deck Baldwin of 1183W. wife knocked.' bedroom She told door and him to him. The GospelairesWillie

Ing a free "old-fashioned fish fry" at New Ber- pulled Hayes out State Street was Mrs. King said she had
, not to knock on the door Martin- WOBS-M.C.
lin this Sunday afternoon. The affair will be held of the car, knocked him attacked last Monday, He did so neither seen nor heard t
anymore. any-
at the club's boat house located next door to down and took $147 from police reported.Baldwin way and when he did, a anything about the man plus: Big Gospel Sing Contest _-

Christopher's Pier. Refreshments are free but him. said he was in since noon last Monday.She .
shot was fired throughthe
you must bring your boat as a ticket-of admission. ., Police said Hayes told the kitchen of his home door with a small said the suspect always Celestial Gospel Singers '

All-boat owners are Invited to attend the affair. them he did not know the at noontime eating came and left by I
calibre pistol. The Holy Light Quintet
, David Leggett is a sort of pioneer in a new correct address but knows when a man came in and Delores Matthews, 30, cab.
field. He is the first Negro travel consultant in where Ramsey stays. Hayes
stated he ministerwho BSA
was a the suspect told police FOR RENT Gospel Singers ,
this area. So check up on his ad in this issue if said he will prosecute.
started talking a- the pistol that BARGAIN-Furn 5-Rm Hse-
you plan to visit those strange lands and far-away Patrolmen Joe Seldon bout religion. The Excelsors
was fired was given to $12 Wk-5940 Flicker'Ave.
and Charles Barton in-
places. After finishing his James Clarence Mcdendon Bessie PO 57725IOHNNIE'S The Starlight Gospel Singers
Barbara and Ethel '; ears are playing host this vestigated.
week to Mable Butler of Orlando. Mable is a former V-VVVV meal. He started out and 27, of 813 Lincoln The Soul Revivers
the "minister" said he Court, JacksonvilleBeach
local gal who calls Orlando home. Miss and Missus tt?
Willie Wright, 25, of also had to Baldwin
go, who was in the The Sons of Jubilee
fetes for their
. Spears have staged several social CrownJ
". 1312 W. 20th Street was continued. When the two room with her when the Royal

guests. injured last Sunday, men reached the 1100 shot was fired. JCola The 'Sunny Rose 'Stagers
John. and Celestine Washington played host to a .

, pair of ne-weds, Emanuel "Manny" Hutchens and police reported. block of State Street, Police said the four -. -' -- The Sunbeams ,
Police said when they the man asked Baldwin tc '
his .new bride the former Lillian Goosby of Jack- Matthews children were
sonville. "Hutch" was a well known athlete arrived at the scene, stop and pulled a knife, left with Mrs. Gloria HOTELFREE : Essie M. Thomas & The Ttanas Singers

they found a fight goingon he added.
while at FAMU and was at one time connected with Britt at 2572 Summit TV IN EVERY ROOM
between Wright and The so-called "minis- Sat. July 20ft 8:00 .
the '. ,
, Postal Transportation in Jacksonville. .is cur- Street with per- 741K W. Ash ey-Jax,PIa. ,
his wife. Thealso ter" his hands in
rently in the real estate business with his put mission of Mrs. Matthews. For Reservations, CallELJ JACKSONVILLE IALL PARK !
discovered a stab wound Baldwin s pocket and.
McQendon was arrested
brother in Miami.It .
>-402 5 I
is a girl for the Leander Shaws. Mama and in the rear of Wright's .took 75 cents in money at Trailway Ada. J2.G8 a4i. $2.51 Mi affici

daughter are fine and daddy is a trifle dizzy from right shoulder but and also took his rain Bus Station by OfficerW. LEO'S SHOE REPAIR $1.00 Bleac ers .M CfcWfH
neither of the
fightershad coat valued at $'7.50
the excitement. Baby Brother still doesn't know E. Beecham, He said

-- the cause of all the fuss. He'll learn about the a weapon, nor did Baldwin said.Missinf McClendon had in his Sboe Repairing ALL COME.............BRINS SUPPER.. .

havoc women cause soon enough. f, 1 possession a 25 cal. Of Any KindIs Hail Orders Accepted:

- Lillie SConiers, our petite barberess spent the r Send cash check order to
# 102 SPECIALH money :
, 4th in Ocala a-boating and picnicing. All of you Persons Our Only Business

- country folk guessed it, she met a family of red "JINX REMOVING" (Sure Gospel Music Festival P. 0. Box .301
WANT INFORMATION 845 Florida Avenue i
on the whereabouts of Ezell
bugs and they took over. Those ornery things have Luck Oil) IMPORTED FROM Jacksonville, Florida
: Rhodes and Elman Rhodes, children of Mrs. Lillie
no respect for ladies. THE HOLT LAND OF INDIA.

:. Rome is still burning and Hizzonner and his "Burt Rhodes. Anyone with information about Ezell Used by Thousands of

z- friends are playing their fiddles. Since our 'and Elman Rhodes, the Larkins or the Harveys H Americans with great
| please contact Mrs. Rhodes 913""
Immediately at
local officials have not taken a firm stand for success. Use Like Per-
Willow Street, Perry Florida.In .
law and order, the 'Bed-Sheet Terrors" known fume. COMES TO YOU nnrYOm :I

formally as KKK plan big bon fires in Jackson- 1921, the children were placed with H. A.." OWN PERSONAL MESSAGE -

ville on July 27. Our city is the only Florida Freemans. They were then turned over to the A. J IN THE BOTTLE.
t, town to be so honored. This is a direct tribute to A. Harrisons, 3221 Davis St. Jacksonville Get Yours Nowl Only..$2. 2 DISCOUNT STORES
Phone 57927-J The last known address of
. Ezell
the type'of government we have in our burg. W. C. Service P. 0.

';, We did not know that .B." the head man of Rhodes was with Mildred and Fannie Harvey at Box 305, C. P. Sta. 830 Cassat Are.

, Manuels does some vocalizing. We dug him playingthe 106 Cleveland St., Jacksonville who later moved Detroit 21, Michigan 1824 W. Buyer St.

piano and singing last week. He was making to 117 E. Union St. ,- and Elman Rhodes last known U3.; W N.r tocktt.

like Roy Hamilton. address was with Henry and Mattie Larkin at

f' Womack Howard and Jessie Wilcox were on the town 2008 Davis St., Jacksonville who moved to 2702 MOVIE GUIDE

\ night this week. Their man 'Jack'' the bass Lydia Street.
Starting SundaySTRAND
. player was making with the philosophy and sipping -a=. at

the grape. Violet Cash had her little sister out

showing her the town. Little sis has Just MONCRIEF I EDGEWOOD Scott Brady

< finished college and is Joining the army of Job -


W.D Sweet head man of the local teacher's BIKINI"

, organization is to Brewster for a check up and a << MEATY ad LI. 27c
He hopes to be out and fack on the FRESH
few patches
", Job in a few days Essie D. McCray Silva is home lACK 59* Neck BONES Jack Lama

, and is mending nicely She expects to get back in Us. Rawckin FLA. GRADE AFRYERS

r' .'Plu" on the playgrounds anyday. IONES Ib. 3 lb. 29$
and Ida LI.
date is in August for Bill Shellman 25

. Login is Bill' second time around and *das FRESH 5 Ibs. JIM DANDY "DAYS' OF W1ME
z Sing her first swing at the brass ring on the HAM 49C; ,lb. AND ROSES"ROOSEVELT

life... !:! MEAL SMOKED
:: .erry-go-round of rammed orGRITS ----------

; 'micbfls '1t .-,,_
" ;', dv.r II I COlfPletel1 Pum-Itr a NECKS m. ;*
S1 I. Oas Fnra-Coap lea and STREAK OF LEAN Gary Casper
I Single Man-E 3-9942 BRISKET WHITE BACON Ne

. Earn Cash Selling the II" IMNE'S 1IIIIIIe. HRRSE STEW I.. l 3 Ihs. for 99 Cf: "YERA CIOZ" SPARERIBS Dealer*, u. 47C

r Florida star Plea*
ROOIIS-All Bert lzstIriI
Modern Purn-HaC Wtr-
Free tv in Every Room
:: *Strvk. 225 East Union Street 3f* I.,. ,u. 29* 'THE KENTICMANIw !( IDEAL FOR CHAR COAIWC
_'- Bound Service for Ad- iii- URGE ROEMULLETS :
:' TS't141111 Dacca Ball T-B0NE
New UDfum ale BdnL Apt. STEW 3** '!
;1 Games, etc. Also Loud IF KAMI
',. Speaker Service for Rite Equlp-Ibt I'tr.' Htr. <1'C TENDER
' Htr. Full Tile lb. STIVER"
A Space I.
: Banquets, Concerto. SAVE
::. Record Hop etc. Bth. 431W. 18th st. Apply SKYVNEW SIRLOIN STEAK 59'ha.

1843 Main street Grocer.r. Jar Of .
> m 1 3-5&02-BXJND f&VICZ TURKEY 6 iz. Drive-In '

' 3'C Greatest Gesnl Stages
Welch Ike I World's
. Patent Medicines Cosaetlcs COFFEE with $5.00 -N'-.

': All Leading HairPreparationsCor. Cimal! 4 f:30"c
Ik. fir sen food order "WILY WJXT Every Sirfiy, ....


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