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 20, 1963


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


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

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University of Florida
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University of Florida
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Copyright Florida star. Permission granted to University of Florida to digitize and display this item for non-profit research and educational purposes. Any reuse of this item in excess of fair use or other copyright exemptions requires permission of the copyright holder.​
Resource Identifier:
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34175599 ( OCLC )
AKR0018 ( NOTIS )
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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: I $.b 13-NO. 16 SATURDAY, JULY 20, 1953 15 CENTS Planning Joseph Lee Day Tournament Law Dtliy



ii religious MIAMI---With leaders two apparertly top-

taking opposing

It !H I I i ; stands Council, the Wednesday Miami Beach sat

J I I DROP SEGREGATION squarely an Integration in the middleof hassle

t which may explode into
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ri ..I ; 1IPAdSi Of Filth -August 15 D a MliR8 Set- serious fore the repercusions matter is De-

The administrator and Board governing the settled.

If Ju Officials i Okay Rally operation of Duval Medical Center received During Wednesday

the following letter this week from the meeting, the body was

FrI A top official of the Jax Branch of the National Jacksonville Branch of the National Association accused by Miami NAACP

Association for the Advancement of Colored for the Advancement of ColoredPeople. President, Father
Theodore R. Gibson of
People said this week that if the City officials F tx _
stalling on a new anti
,, allow the Ku Klux Klan to demonstrate with a Mr. Michael Wood ;' discrimination law by

will charge the AdministratorDuval planning to turn It over
rally here July 27, the NAACP
Medical Center JarniJ-...-..:' __ to Dade's recently-
city=with breach of faith and will resume retaliatory ,
1 Duval County. Hospital demonstrations In'all shopping areas Jacksonville Florida. "* -,' ": :' <:, BIG EVENT---Mrs. Emma Hightower. Recreation Department Area Supervisor ia seen accepting committee.

the Pepsi Cola trophy which will go to the City Junior Girls Softball Chan-
t" In Jacksonville. Dear Sirs: r : pions at the end of the gamr which will be held during the Joseph Lee Day observance Taking an opposing

1 When questioned by the agreement and for the July 24. at the Myrtle Avenue Ball Park. Pointing to the trophy is John Holeman.
stand to Father Gibson s
STAR as to what constituted past several months I have been retained by a group of resi- president of the Jax Pepsi-Cola Bottling Co., seated at left with I. E. Grooms sales view, was Catholic

a "breach-of- an aura of peacefulcalm dents and tax-payers of Jacksonville and manager. Looking on in the back row, standing and wearing Pepsi caps are Recreation
,, Bishop Coleman F.Carroll -
: faith, the NAACP goodwill and order Duval County to bring suit in the United Department Superintendent Nathan L. Mallison left and General Supervisor of Play- chairman of the

I spokesman pointed out has pervaded all areas States District Court for the middle dis- grounds William Stott. (Royal Art Photo) new bi-raeial committee

t that NAACP representa- of the city.However .
trict of Florida to enjoin fro continuing
you which bad requested the
f tives hold countless in conclusion, your policy and practice of racial Lee Council turn the anti-
t meetings with downtown the NAACP official dis- segregation and discrimination in the Joseph .Day. Sportscade discriminatioh'proposalover

merchants which ultimately closed that permting operation of the Duval Medical ..Center.
his Fr
to group. (
t resulted ,th .llan- to ,hold, a July These, mplaintarits-ar* lablde :>-.8fI! .. CU1MM1.4i-y.. tte-at' t1IP" S

the elimination of 27th rally here' will with 'you' na longer in your continued unconstitutional Gets Push From PepsiColaThe group's original or-

downtown lunch counter be Interpreted as a doings. ganizers.)

segregation, the hiringof protest demonstration Please be advised that unless, on or before Fr. Gibeea further attacked -

Negroes! >> in numerous and will resultin August 15, 1963, you give me some stage is set for one of the biggest Joseph Lee Day athletic the Council's

stores and the suspension unfavorable inter- plan, finite and crystal clear for the desegregation observances Jacksonville has ever seen with a series of events procedure by accusing

,of demonstrationsby national publicity of the Duval Medical Center or scheduled for the Myrtle '..venue Ball park on Wednesday. July 24, then of turning over the
the NAACP Youth with possibly fanningthe starting at 9 a.m. *
unless on or before said day you lift and proposal to the Committee -
Council. ,flames of racialmissunderstanding remove all racial restrictions there obtaining This year' s sports game scheduled startat other grown-ups who turn without r com-

The spokesman went on and then, on that day I shall file spectacle which honors 6 p.m. in one of the out to root for their mendation.

to say that the peace sowing the seeds of suit. Joseph Lee the founderof first night games with sons or daughters or STRONG LAW

pact iras a gentleman' sUnlit discontent. Please be governed accordingly.Very the playground move youngsters competing.In favorite youngsters. ,The only time that a

ment, is being sponsoredby addition, the local The participation of Negro has privileges
Coleman Joins
KilUd Pepsi-Cola and the
i truly yours; the Pepsi-Cola Bottling Pepsi-Cola Bottling Company here Is when a national

Vets AdminstrationThe Company in cooperation of which John Hole- Florida Star is in keep- convention is ia town"

DwriHf Holwvp r: :r-f_! with the man is president, is ing with a policy of Gibson reminded his

President's Commit- Florida Star and the cooperating with pro-
providing Pepsi baseball listeners.
A quick-thinking, fast tee on Equal Employment Earl M. Johnson, Jacksonville Recreation jects aimed at clean
all law
for Jacksonville caps for players and The new awaiting
service station Opportunity policy was Attorney recreation and curbing
Drawing .
Department.One coaches. The players in Beach action provides?
Branch of
attendant pumped two evidenced in the Jackson- juvenile delinquency.
of the innovations the games will each be A fine of up to $100
last month'when
shots Into an armed robber area Jaxons are urged to
Negroes which is sure to produce given a case of Pepsior and :30 days in Jail for
Thursday morning, wellknown 'exciting moments of turn out and give moral
some Teem, the firm's anyone barring a customer -
S. Coleman was appointed -
fatally wounding the man support to its young
will be the
rivalry, newest drifik. because of "race,
during a holdup attempt. a Realty Specialist people who are spending
Kith the local Want More JobsMIAMIANPA presentation of thePepsiCola In connection with the color religion, ancestry -
Dead after having been trophy to the their hours in wholesome
Administration's sports spectacle, the or national
taken to Duval Medical Veterans sec- lowers, men and women, winners of the City Florida Star Is pub- athletic competition. origin."
Center for treatment is Property Management Negro Girls Softball Parents will do their
who him Junior licizing a two-color In answer to Beach
tion.A accompanied ,
Frank Gossett Jr. children a lifelong
leader and f
a o Championship.
Mr. group supplement which will Mayor Melvin Richard's
Frank Gassett Jr. 37, native Virginian nodded their heads in feature of service by sending them
Coleman has been living his followers recently A special carry the program of question regar&ag Gibson -
of 1970 Leonard CircleThe to the MYrtle Ave. Ball
will be the '
agreement, Rolle said: the program events and a copy will s present stand,
attendant. Eddie demanded the county drop baseball Park for a day-long
"The rules and regula- Tadpole game be given to everyone; attending the leader countered,
Johnson, of 923 W. llth exhibition of ath-
its civil service featuring smallfryyoungsters
pro- the tournaments, 'Things are moving so
St., told Det. Sgt. R.T. ".',"f'," tions leave us starving, in evening letics.
cedures and hire Negroeson including parents and fast now tat the Cityof
Matthew he was his Job, i: Admission is Free.
our children raggedy. eaB' t rest
Miami pa
at a Myrtle Avenue and ,..,,.5: a percentage-of-
Grothe St. service sta- It's left us two nations It Wasn't Appendicitis IB Racial StrifeST. its laurels, continuing ,
1 population basis. that cities .
tion at 4:30 a.m. when ""- '" ; You are one nation FORT LALTERDALK -- (ANP) -- when Mrs.
Using this rule, the such as St. Petersburg,
Gossett to the stat .
came ; we are another na" John Connor, 30, went to a hospital last AUGUSTINE---Count Orlando Ft. Lauderdale
ion and asked for county would have to week with stomach pains, she thought she Judge Charles Mathis
Jcanson said tion. We want Jobs. We have recently ended
cigarettes. Attendants ruled that there
hire 20 per cent Negro thought she had appendicitis. was
la eaploymeat -
noticed Gossett had a want then now." wheeled her into the emergency room. Insufficient evidence segregation
pistol at his side. The employes, roughly the hotels,
on charges involving
"We had no idea this
waved the He added that the influx knew it.Connor. restaurants and motels.
suspect weaponat percentage of NegroesIn would ever happen,"said three Negro and one
Johnson and ordered of Cuban refugeeshad said his wife Councilman* Oka
white arrested
Dade County. her husband, explaining youths
him into the restroom bad gained no weight who vote against passing -
left the Negroes they had been married here July 1 over a .
where he was told to Metro Commissioners during the past year. Incident the proposal OB to
seven childless years. shooting during
empty his pockets of I listened to the Impassioned feeling insecure by Mrs. Connor said she The baby, a 7-pound the hearing Tuesday. the committee stated he

change and keys. ELIJAH S. COLEMAN plea of CecilG. taking Jobs from them.. was pregnant for nine _boy, was born July 2, felt the Beach should

Johnson said he did as .A Breakthrough Metro Commission Chairman months and never and is doing fine. * * take a staad. told 81 b-
ordered with Gossett Rolle chairman of son.
standing only a few feet here since 1950. He is a Joseph A. Boyd Jr., S : "I catf t argme with
i i
the All
gradpate of the Florida Peoples Demo- Awaiting ArraignmentS
away from him. He said said there was less the moral inane yom
School of Real Estate cratic Club, but "
he then asked Gossett refused 1 raised this ormiag.
School of Real discrimination againstDade's """
Weaver :
do" want the
you to go along with
bills?" meanwhile Estate, is a Notary PubJMc Negro populationthan ,J

reaching into his right and holds licenses his proposal. at any time in WATOI IMS ClOWX

hand pocket for his as a Real Estate Broker 'The rules are not

Mortgage Broker SOlici- history.
loaded .38-calibre pistol fair" said Rolle. "We
Mo'vlng quickly. Johnson tor. "There are five timesas
want the rules to be _s _
said he deflected Goa- d
sett's pistol with his COMING I I dropped that deter us many ,

left hand while drawing Starting Next Week from contributing to our for the county today: as -iiJ / IIIII II IHAH1II1. ....,

his own pistol and firing Miami News Section there were 10 years tNL I. I.( { .
; :
:twice. Featured Next Week 'I county. We want a Negroin years ago" said Boyd.As ,: J ,

The bandit then turned A Nite Life Tour every department and detectives the weekend the quar- .I.1
To the Knight Beat for the 160.000 Cuban
and walked from we want them now. These tet (shown above) are former employes of local furniture Co. who are being
Double Decker
building. Johnson fol- rules refugees'They were held for grand larceny in the reported theft of some several thousand dollars

lowed after hearing him The Zetas Meet to I are what's killing not brought here by worth of appliances which were said to have Men stolen since last February. (Sit fill II H
News :
f roan. The two men ,I as, making prisoners of Prom left are: Leon Lee Love 32, of 404 Davis St.; Walter Benjamin Hill 40,
Miami Florida Star Metro, you'll have to
wrestled and Gossett Street i our people. of 1107 Davis St.; Warren George Klrtz. 31, of 628 Franklin St., and frank L.
to lay still 276 NW 6th
promised talk to President Kennedy -
Smith. 48, of 1117 Hogan Street.
while Johnson went to Butte 237-Pb. FR 3-3381 While some 20 fol
about them.
emit fete maaer.

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Although it is nine since the
Published. by the Florida Star Publishing Co. f ANO WE ARERUNNINOITl years

Member of Associated Negro Press r' h. '{ Supreme, Court decided that segregation

ERIC I. SI.S'.II.acilc' Edits,/ _. in the public schools is unconstitutional -

It : less than half of one per cent

UYSWJ E. WISE...............Km Etitir, of Negro pupils in eleven 'resistant

t IIlIA ...TE..CkcllttlH Maafir states in the South are now attending

, tj desegregated schools, according to a

;j HAM OFFICE ft PUNT study "Token Desegregation and Beyond:'

published recently.The .
'2323, Httcriif f Rflrt.PkiH ELM 4-6782- .
study was prepared by J. Kenneth

J. .- -EL 4-8783 tr
, Morland professor of sociology at Ran-

MAILING AI1RESS: dolph-Macon Woman's College

P. j. iex 511, Jackssr rills 1, FlirHt Lynchburg Virginia, and

published by the Anti-Defa ;

SilSCtlflllN RATES : mation League of B'nai

One Year $6.00 Halt Year $4.00 :
B'rith and the Southern
Mailed to You Anywhere in the United States

Subscription payable in Advance *t 6 Regional Council.r f

, Send Check or Honey Order to: The study is the first of!
Jacksonville X Florida ) several publications planned SIMPSON

I ... by AFL and SRC on problems of desegregation. -

J Fur EmploymtBt UfislifioH ) / second study, to be released

" w.r- % Laas.v.o 11 within the next month, is a psychiatric

Mist tUv StroMf Support p EPA analysis of the effects of school desegregation -

1\\ s r Ef ei< ik'HE'S in the South, by Dr. RobertM.

Fair employment practices legislation of Coles.

j must have the strongest possible enforcement -
t powers if it is to succeed in eliminating -
all the school _districts of the _e-
I discriminatory hiring practices,
- leven states
r are still attending all-
the AFL-CIO's Associate General Counsel
I ,. Negro schools was attributed to "fearof
, said last week. : .
) integration itself" and "subterfugein
1 In calling for passage of a strong equal j. : Weekly j. complying with the Supreme Court di-

employment opportunities bill, Thomas E.
. rective. The eleven states are Ala .
,' Harris, in a network radio interview I It
GuideBy bama.Arkansas Florida Georgia Louisiana -
t l over the Mutual Broadcasting System, said Horoscope
Mississippi North Carolina, South
that the enforcement proposal of the Republicans -
Carolina Tennessee Texas and Virginia.
1 and southern 'is
Democrats so
PABLO The ASTROLOGER Professor Morland said at least 379
indefensible that it leads me to wonder t \
,'" laws have been passed by state legisla-

whether they ant a bill." I WHICH ARE YOUR LUCKY DAYS FOR. tures since 1954 in attempts to legally

Under the commission-district court approach I
avoid compliance with the Supreme Court

proposed by Rep. Phil M. Landrum : BUSINESS LOVE TRAVEL :
ruling. He Described the following as
(D-Ga. ) it would take some 3% years to - -
typical methods of keeping school integration -
resolve each case, Harris said. 'It ARIESBorn !
CANCER pronounced (10th1'2th702219653R4 ) CAPRICORNBorn at token levels:
leaves me with the impression that they March 21st thru.
April 19th Born June 22nd thru Dec. 22nd thru --Pupil placement laws authorizing a
are not really for fair employment prac- Even if there are a July 22ndIf u IBRA
Jan. 19th state or local board to assign pupils
tices legislationthat; for political rea- few among your friends you have managed to Born Sept. 23rd thru
who cannot see anything You can hardly go wrong individually to different schools. Whena
sons they won', s say so and they, there- extricate yourself froman Oct. 23rdIf when
except through dark- you pattern your Negro child applies for admission to a
forecome out with a proposal which would colored glasses, you embarrassing.situation their is something thoughts and behavior

you can congratulate'70urseff'for the after those of white...,.., school.., .the. Board of Education can
give the form but not the 'reality," he find life much easier to missing despite your r-- .r -- ..

..' .., .. -. .. take,, are wear- at the arriving glowing picture painted, friends who are mature turn him down"not'on grounds of race, 3
said. ensuing
ing the rose-tinted ones conclusion that you are during the preceding because of age and ex- but on as many as 20 detailed considera-
HR-250 offered by Rep. James Roosevelt You can do as much as quarter there are opportunities perience. From them you
through taking, needless tions including transportation, health,
in abundanceto are quite apt to learn ,
(D-Calif. ) would set up a commission to you please when you do chances. The series of
not overstep the boundsof fill it in. Be par- the value of patience. etc.
conduct hearings and would take less aspects that tail along icularly alert to moderation and all the
conventional behavior after that recommend reverting -- Local Option' provisions which allow -
openings to reveal what
litigation time than the Landrum proposal, earning the affection an conservative qualitiesthat
to the cautiousand is in heart and
your Insure safety and communities to close their public
but Harris said it is "a bare respect of those who are
minimumof conservative prac- mind. There are indica- freedom
dearest to heart. from want. schools.
enforcement which could be regarded as The sorrowful your affairs ofa tices that usually serve tions that the response Do not succumb to the I
you well in the handlingof should be all that you --Tuition grants enabling pupils to
the bill real friend in distress temptation to boast or
giving any significance. could possibly
finance. You should hope for.
to make future commitments attend private, non-sectarian schools.
Appearing on the AFL-CIO public affairs could spoil yourr-day It- 'be convinced by now that It would be a pity to ,

may be up to you to try security is more often a permit these days to particularly if --Restrictive transfer arrangements in
program, LABOR NEWS CONFERENCE, Harris and restore the balance. the benefits you expectare
matter of saving regularly slip by without making schools which comply with the Sqpreme
subject to
said that Ideally organized labor believes litigation -
as well as investingin your presence felt
8-20-11-18-93-821 or have not yet Court decision by assigning pupils to
where it will do
sound issues that
that mandatory injunction wouldbe TAURUS been collected.
guarantee regular divid- most good. Modern ideas the school nearest their homes, and then
the strongest enforcement procedure.This Born April 20th thru are 1-10-11-19-95-195
ends. more captivatingnow.
20th aytomatically grant white students
would provide that if an employer May AQUARIUSBorn
Whether figure 330331772372LEO transfers to the nearest school in which
you among .
Jan. 20th thru
"shut his employment gate to all Negroesa 4-40-44-16-68-468 -
the Taureans who have Feb. 18th whites are a majority.
court could go in and order him to open found fulfillment or Born July 23rd thru SCORPIOBorn
According to the Morland study no
others who have Aug..22nd The procedures that ,
them without waiting two or three years: among Oct. 24th thru '
not. it is possible that Those of you who are Nov. have always worked well precise cataloging of the costs Involved
"Discrimination is accentuated in a 22nd
the events that have connected with the arts The mood that is for you in the past in these (!devices can be made.
period of slack employment, Harris transpired during the' and sciences will be you should not be discardedin
which demands no inter- estimates:sEowHihat the price
favor ot'ot
preceding Quarters were happy to find that their rs
and therefore fair employ-
emphasized, ference from any soiree ;
for your own ultimate analytical and inventive which you are not famil- is high. For example; a total of 293
ment legislation in itself cannot be expected whatsoever, will finally iar. You have excellent
good. Adopt the philosophical powers are wonderfully lead you to the spot court cases have been filed in state
to eliminate the problem of unem- attitude. Find activated. It may take opportunities to Increase -
that meets with your ap your reserves and federal courts at an average cost of i
encouragement from the the love of unusual
In addition to better
ployed Negroes. vocational proval. There are unusual substantially
knowledge that a few person to bring them circumstances through about $15,000 each; in Louisiana, tuition i
and education for Ne- extra effort unexpected
out .
in life in all
disappointments their re-
perating in the collections or Invest grants amounted to some $899.000 ir :
groes in order that they will qualify for are good medicine for splendency. This should financial department.And .
encourage you to shed ments that are now star- four months and five "ExtraordinarySessions'
those who wish to f
said "full will have to be
available positions, Harris you ting to better divi-
develop and evolve according all your fears and inhibitions alert and quick to take pay held by the state legislature ; I
relief certain will full dends. You should not .
y require em- to the rules of accepting the .,
action to benefit to
take any chances on the to prevent desegregation programs cost '
ployment. nature. Some of you may: proffered the full extent i;
.. For those who are lIorematerialisticminded pos- Job or with your well- $934.000; Virginia' tUi tion grants I
have misunderstandings'
The bill (HR-250) cited by Harris would: sible. The less others being. No matter how :
with your life or business know about what you are totaled more than seven million dollars !
sure and
1. Forbid an employer to discriminatein the alliances you now convincing
partner regardingthe
doing. ,the surer.will be other8'marrbe: in their in five years; Georgia's legislaturewas
hiring or promotion or any terms or running of the home. form-cpqld become step- your hand anT"tHe more
or finanoes. ; pp iB tones to the arguments to make you forced to amend its law after tui-
conditions of employment on account of heights of ambi positive the favorable change your method?,
6-30-99-16-82-639 your results. It would be stick to tion grants reached $215,987 in one year.
race, religion, color, national, originor tions.22022188f284. most unwise to confidein your own way of.*
doing things.
GEMINI Violence Costs Less Than --
ancestry. anyone, even a person
Born May 21st thru VIRGO
2. Forbid unions to discriminate in admitting you low 4-90-22-17-85-492 Hon Violence In Jackson
June 21st Born Aug. 23rd thru 1 Mississippi

to union membership. The heat or continued Sept, 22nd #. t 5-50-55-15-53-513 PISCES
NEW YORK-July ---Violence costs less
strains could leave ? SAGITTARIUS Born Feb. 19th thru ,
3. Forbid a union from seeking to 'get you
somewhat drained .of Someone may be trying Born Nor. 23rdTthru March 20th than non-violence in Jackson Mississippi...._. .
an employer to discriminate because o f to borrow a huge sum or > i
energy, ready to say Dec 21st --- Love is wonderful. a national magazine reported today. .. J. t
race. yes to anything for the to get you to underwritean This second quarter ma$:. .There seems to be little '
For kneeling and saying tile
enterprise that is a prayer OB
Harris was questioned by Neil. MacNeil. sake of peace and quiet. contain even more::-:." In the way. to prevent it f
far from a sure thing
This is not ti vary numerous opportunities coming cut in full steps of the Federal Building on Capitol
Time :Magazine, and"Edward Roods St. Louis even if the surface indications -
healthy attitude to to make a splash your bloom unless you find Street Negro and white demonstratorswere
belie this
Post-Dispatch. adopt. Tou should exert social and intellectual the cost of cultivating
belief. You would do recently given sentences ranging up
circles people are ;
yourself a little core it beyond the capacityof
Sttfoni Editor Says talli f Has Acted to protect your vital well to confine your activities quite apt to rush up to your pocketbook to to $200 and six months in jail. ".;

Interest. Real friend- and expendi- support your views or absorb. Tou may have opportunities The current issue of Look Magazine
li M Faith Oi lififratiM Issue ship will come to the tures to the betterment your aspirations to galore to con i.
of skills home environment trasts this sentence with that given a
acted in bad jour reach the top. Cultivate
NEW YORK---The South has fore enabling you to indulge in sentiment and ,
the ques- raise the hopes'that so and your economic friendly relations by tokens of you member of the jeering white mob. that pouredcatchup .
10 on
faith for the past years
far have kept yon going position. bef&c seen and heard affection or future in- I
tion of integration, a Pulitzer prize- and striving. Pay no occasions to sake star- where prominent people tentions. It is possiblefor and salt over Negroes during a

Southern editor charged today. need to those who see no tling headway in these gather. It looks as if those who may. be on lunch counter sit-in in Jackson. This

winning editor of the good in anything or in directions are offered. you can du no wrong on the timid side that the white racist, Benny Oliver, 26, was convicted -
Harry Ashmore. former anybody their The risks of making an. any of these days. prospective partner will <
as pessimism
Gazette said that Southernersare error especially if you furnish the opening fora of kicking a Negro sit-in daring
Arkansas could rub off on
are under pressure from complete understanding
the riot.
now finding the price of maintaining you to your detriment.
partners or acquaintances -
9-90-09-11-78-078 OlIver's sentence: $100 and 30 daysPk&E
segregation "intolerable. 5-10- 8- 'l-11-518 seem to be quite 8-30-55-18-41-835

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i 1 SAT8RIAY .JULY 20,. 1963 FLORIDA STAR _____ pifi 3 I

I I, Former J axons Welcomed I '
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Felicitations from numerous friends and a roundof Daisy Gilliard. '... ..: -, ...

shower parties are being tendered Miss Thel- ', .

metia Argrett, the daughter.of Mr. and Mrs. James .... .... .... .... .... ....

The Fowlers entertained old friends
James M.
Argrett 1166 West 9th Street.

tll' + ,, FYi Miss Argrett will exchange 'TOWS with_ Raleigh W. last week-end. Visiting. guests were Mr. aad Mrs.
Willie Lewis of Miami; Albert Brown of Chicago
; x : y Bynum the son of Mr. and Mrs. John T. Bynum, 298 '

and Sylvester Hagans of Chicago. .
Osceola St. on August 10 at Grants Memorial AME

11 11t Church. Miss After leaving The Fowlers' Cleveland Road residence -
Argrett is a 1962 graduate from
... '
11't Howard the group visited several clubs and the
t University where. she received her B.S.
:i ,degree in Chemistry. She is presently employed very,attractive Mac's Half'Dollar Raaeh. I

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M bi"t\e
Duval Board of Public Instruction. Mr.
; '-. .........................
Bynum took pre-optometry study at Florida A. and

,,L University, later graduating from the Univer-

sity of Illinois College of Optometry in,'1960. He Mrs. Dora S. Thompson member of the facultyof

I is currently a lieutenant in the U. S..:Army and Matthew W. Gilbert Junior-Senior High School i
*-* A
.is, assigned at FordOiz.'N.-: X ?where'the. couple has returned to the campus of Tuskegee Instituteto
will reside., continue her studies toward the Master De-

,,; .,. -.,. gree. Her studies were. .interrupted. earlier this
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'........w..a.a--"' "' .'.:; .-, T summer by the sudden passing of-h-er aether-Mrs

Leona Powell.

a Mrs. Ambrose Mitchell left the city Tuesday for Mrs. Thompson is expecting to return to the

Nashville. Tennessee where she will visit .rela- city about August12th.

fi i tives. i Her sister Mrs. Blanche Johnson formerly of

REUNION FETE---Former Jaxons, Everett N. Williams, Sr. (third from left) and his this city a recent visitor now resides in Rox-

1. son, Everett N. Williams Jr. (extreme left) presently residing in New York City .... .... .... ...... ..... .... bury Massachusetts where she operates a beauty
were recent honorees at a recent holiday weekend party held in the home of Mr. and ': f. la

I Mrs. Levi Johnson. 'The Williams renewed friendship with numerous acquaintances while 'shop. She has returned. home.. ."- . ...L _.. _
here. Mr. Williams :Sr. is New York representative of the Foto News. Others in photo ""Miss Zelma Johnson of 1255 Hart Street is vacationing -
b who- helped make the Williams' stay pleasant were: Mrs. Dorothy Johnson hostess in St. Louis, Missouri. Miss Aretha .. .. .... ... ....y. .... .. ..
(second from left) ; Mr. Williams Sr. Miss Arey .Crispin host Levi Johnson and Mrs. .......... .,. .. .. ..
f Betty .L. Vaughn. (Royal Art Studio Photo) Johnson of the same address has just returned

A from trip that took her to New York,Connecticut, With more emphasis being placed UfO restaurant
k Little Quila Johnson Call MeetingOfficers BIRTHSMr. APPLICATIONS FOR
and other northeastern points.'
dining and with the many French names aad terms

f Celebrates Birthday and members of and Mrs. Joseph MARRIAGE LICENSES r appearing on menus it behooves us to "polish"our

i Trichologists Beauticians Jackson; 1057 W. Church Sylvester S. Peacock, I.t.. .... .... .... .... ..*
I'i i Little Quila Dean John League Local No. 38, are Street; Boy. 708 Middleburg Ave. GCS, French. For Just as spotless table linen

son, the daughter of Mr. urged to attend an important Mr. and Mrs. Leroy Simmons 19 and Doris Brown 1201W. gleaming silverware, glistening crystal, flowers

and Mrs. Harvey N. John- meeting scheduled ; 2837 Ahamad Dr.; 30th Street, 19. Mrs.. Thaddeus Pinckney of 1336 Steele Street is and faultless service enhance the pleasure of
son, 711 W. Fourth St. for .Sunday, July 21 ats' Girl. John W. Andrews, Jr', *
celebrated her second 1410 N. Myrtle Ave. 23 in Brewster Hospital. I am happy to report that diningso do French names for foods stimulatethe
p.m., in the home of Mr. and Mrs. Lawyer
birthday< ;recently' with a 'Mrs1.: Ola;M. Taylor, 1929 Frank; 802 W. 57th St. ; and Rosa Lee Flowers, ;her confinement is expected to be of a very Imagination and lend glamour to even the

host of Junior friendsand 461 McToish Street, 19.
Hardee St.'Mrs. Callie
brief duration. }
7452 most ordinary items on the menu. In fact with a
Boy.Mr. Alfred Allen, Jr. ,
relatives enjoying Jackson president an- and Mrs. Ralph
t the evert. nounced. Richardson Rd. 19 and very limited knowledge of French, it is surprising -
Burns; Rt. 1 Box 173 ; Hilda Y. Turner, 1729 W." -':... ....*...*................
Games were played, refreshments Callahan, Fla. ; Boy. what one gets when ordering what mightbe
q served and the Beach OutingThe Mr. and Mrs. Ben 45th St. 19.
a rare delicacy.
Chester Young, 1779 W.
honoree was the recipient Mitchell; 746 W. StateSt.
I of many useful gifts.. Nifty Thrifty Social ; Boy. 10th St. 22 and LizzieMae The YWCA bridge groups are having Quite a bit In looking over a menu in French you will see
and Savings Club is Smith Rt. 8, Box 458
Guests in attendancewere to Mr. and Mrs. Leander of fun this summer, in spite of the fact that such terms as "a' la, "..' r ," "au, and
: Lymanon and Yvonne sponsoring a Shaw 2332 Lanntan Ave. 18. .
; .
Legee, Terry Williams, American Beach. Saturday Girl. avid Lee Wilson, 3537 scores are accumulating. Newcomers are readily "aux" which mean "after," with" "in"

Steven Phelps, Calvin night July 20. Mr. and Mrs. Bobby Dillon St. 19 and EmmaJ. accepted.Mrs. "on," or "according to the". ; as a' la mode,
Buses will stop at Walton, 1852 Broadway
Cleveland Veronica Dop- Cleveland Road and "Edge-. Fishburn; 2522 ,W. 43rd. 18. -- *--*... Margaret_ .. Day_ is ,nowReading the. Morning.. which means, literally "according to the fash
son, Nana Williams Deborah Street; Boy. .. .... .. : : Avenue .... '
Seline and Harvey wood at 6:45 p.m. Avenue Mr. .and Mrs. Fugene'Hodges Leroy Ho.arci-S46-ii;; r Group, with Mrs. Hortense'Brewthgton and Mrs.. ion. "Au singular, and( "x." plural, are :
B and 45th Street 7:10 garet St. 28 and '
; Mary L.
Johnson, Peewee and Tony : 1355 Florida Rosalee Shannon placing second and third re- also used In the sense of "served with," as
{ Simmons Clinton (Jimbo) Kings Road and Davis, Budgust, 546 Margaret St.
7:30: 8th and Davis. Avenue; Boy. spectively. Mrs. Maxine Fisher name was addedto onion soup aux croutons which means onion sour
s Colson was unable to attend Mr. and Mrs. John 23.Edgar
the party. 8:00 p.m. Arline Callahan the roll. served with croutons.
Groover; 2446 Petunia
Fla. 24 and Gloria J.
street; Girl. Mrs. Alvenia Scriven maneuvered several hands Some French expressions commonly seen on menus
Ouarterman, 1548 Madison
fiustine La mar Mr. and Mrs. George street 22. skillfully and is at the top of the list of the include "a' la carte" which meaas 'accordingto
Alexander; 718 Court F. ;
Allen L., Hankinson, Evening Group. Mrs. Frances Walden is in second the' menu--that is, each dish priced separately -

fashion Boy. Daytona Beach, Fla. 25
"< : pattern Mr. and Mrs. Earl Harris place. Mrs. Mildred Hampton Mrs. Elizabeth Simmons ," "au beurre "with butter" ; 'au
and Audrey L. Wilcox
"'- : ': : t1h : : 11402 Ft. Caroline Road; 2112 .Mars St. 22. Jones, and Miss Clarissa Sherard are recent gratin" "covered with bread crumbs and

: ... -, : Girl. .
: Mr. and Mrs. Robert Harold B. Stevens, Pas' additions to this group. "' cheese then browned in-oven" ; "cafe,' "which

.. ..r. .. cak, N.Y. 45 and Sylvia
'.",. '
", ..... .. '' Ray; 1650 W. 17th Street; Miss Sherard hails from Anderson, South Carolina all coffee lovers should be familiar with'cafe' -
Jackson Miami, Fla. 44.
t. Boy.o
..:: Otis Lee Williams, 1780 and is the sister of Mrs. Reid E.'Jackson/ II,' of au lai" coffee with milk, "cafe'
Mr. and Mrs. Marion
i Jefferson; 1579 Franklin West 42nd St. 27 and this city. brule' coffee with flaming brandy, aad "cafe'
Mattie Pearl Pill 1015
Street; Boy. noir" black coffee.
Walnut Street 23.
Mr. and Mrs. Paul Mc- Leonard C. Mizell. 4630 .... .. .. .... .... .... .... For correct pronunciation of Preach terms, I
Gtee; 1742 W. 28th St. ;
h Girl. Moncrief Village 44 and suggest that you consult your Preach English
Jewel Lee Maddox 4630
Moncrief Village, 44. J A combination bridge and birthday party was dictionary. In the meantime, if you will become
W. W. I
Saturday OutingTHE held at The Jonathan HcCones July 4th. Mrs. familiar with the common French food Hew, you
I I. Meets Saturday : FUTURE INVESTORS McCone received congratulations from? friends.: will be able to se t t.1O.ur.m.eal. in most. restaurants .

,5. Among guests were Mrs. Delores Waddell, Mr. and with ease and assurance. MORE.about this
The Future Investors

Li' and Gateway its Auxiliary Barracks will 3131* Social and Savings Club .... Mrs. Edward Barnes Mrs. Lenora Lee-.. Mr.'" .* and.*-\ ...Mrs.f. .. next week- !

will sponsor a trip to W. Russell RobinsonMrs. Lois Avery, Mrs..Johnnie
hold its regular meeting

r Saturday at 2 p. m. at Little Saturday.Talbot Buses Island will Mitchell. Mrs. Sara Wright. William Brewington, now its Pepsifor

1408 street.
Tyler and and Mr. and Mrs. James Bennett Mr. and Mrs. Eulene
leave 21st Myrtle
..1v All members are urgedto those who
be present 8th and Myrtle. Jones. Mr. and Mrs. Thaddeus Pinkney and MissPopular

think young
Club Member Cited




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No. R114SIze11220

FUN' to sew and a pleasure to wear..a 'ast"

dress for every wardrobe. Sculptured drape dress
demands attention with its jpne important feature ey

of diagonal draping -- enhanced! by its simple i f

scoop neckline and above-elbow, all-l -one c

A sleeves. it is a perfect, crepe dress to start off

with, for right after the holidays. It wears =-_ ,
beautifully under coats and emerges fresh and

glamorous for afternoon and dinner occasions. Ht'r

Make it in black or one of the high fashion 4

Price $1. No. R-114 is available in sizes 12. '

14. 16, 18, 20. Size 14 takes 2X yards of 39- K

inch fabric. Standard body aeasureaents for .Ii._ .. r
size ,14 are: Bust 34. Waist 26, Hips 36.
Send One Dollar for pattern, plus 5 cents for

postage in cash or check. 'Noat asps. For first
-- In the mood for fun thaw
class ailing, send 15 cents extraAdd One Dollar CROWNING HIGHLIGHTS EVENT---Miss Betty Sanders Sanders, Mrs. Lula Joseph, Mrs. Harriet Haines People

if you wish MEW AUSTINS LA MAR Fashion Pattern (fifth from left), featured a recent meeting of the honoree Miss Elizabeth Mill edge, runaerup; days-and part of the fun I Ii Pepsi --.
Book II--cciplete selection of High Fashion the Les Couces Social Club when she crowned
j was Mrs. Armenia S. Green, Mrs. Erma Odoa. other members And nothing drenches yew tfetrtt couy
designs. Send to AUSTINE LA MAR Fashion Pattern. 'Miss Les Douces" during a sumptuous party held are Mrs. Shirley ,.
Jones. Mrs. June Long, Miss like cold ,.
a : Inviting Pepsi.
(name of your newspaper), Box 1615, G.P.O., New at Buster Ford's Birdland. Mrs. Hortense Brewington Rose Sanders, Mrs. Mildred Cantey, Miss Rose .
York 1, N. Y. Print your full n_e. address, pat- served as narrator during the cereoony.Members Smith and Miss Mary: Robinson. So think young-aay .PttI.! '

tens suaber and size. shown from left are. : Miss Rose Bryant Mrs. Rhoda (Royal Art studio Photo) ..,, Pt'MlttWa..M.t..M... ---.

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'I '.n Second Baptist To Host, 48th Annual Progressive Baptist State Conventoj! & %? I 1


k Mt. Ararat:r ..:: Group' Plans h Fete Church Academy WEEK'S SESSION- OPENS TUESDAY

,r Slates August 20
-- VtL

Registration DateThe By Alberta J. Williams

administrators of With final preparations having reached completion this week the 48th

the John Bright Academy Annual Session of the Progressive Baptist State Sunday School and BTU

. : : : ; : situation is a church supported related in-and Convention will be hosted July 23 28 by Second Baptist Church, 954

Kings Road..Dr. J.C. Sams Convention president and host pastor.
I operated by the Church of ,- ,
-z >
r God By Faith,and is located
Joint meeting of the present the theme during Cl ewiston; Rev. W. J.
at Fifth and
Executive Boards Tuesdayat priday morning's work Glover St. Petersburg
A Academy Streets Ocala.
10 a.m. will kickoff and Miss Joyce Daniels,
Florida. The school will
events following which Jax. Deacon Alexander
serve students from
i the various departmentswill Heard State BTU Director -
kindergarten through
engage in their respective will conduct the
with board- f
grade twelve
. ? ....... Ing privileges for stu- programs
. Wednesday the studycourse.registration
dents in grade fifth
... will
(-..e, .. throtsh. .twelfth. However,
; < at 6:15 ,
get underway a m
.' some studentS'in grade t
r ; \ { with later class periods
four may permitted to,
I 'i '' to be carried out under
-- ; board, .under. ) ,.condj.tjpns the direction of Rev. R.
l" I rranged with the
. .A ; t H. Wilson Dean of Educa- ',ft
; principal.In tion. General activitieswill

.. : Mdr::;;wr _.;:,;' '.' light of the great prevail until 11 a.m i.
I advantages the school affords -
17TH ANNIVERSARY program of Choir 3 of N. Wilcox, Sinking Fund treasurer; Mrs. for working parents when Rev. J. W. Marshall
/ of Sanford delivers the
'j Mt. Ararat Baptist Church, presently in Brinsonreporter and Mrs. Vivian Holley. and parents who sermon. MRS. AGNES L. DEAN

'I be engaged in further period with Dr. C. A.
the process of being completed, will be Third row, from left: Mrs. Gilbertha may At 7:30 p.m.Rev. S.K.
studies and desirous of Weaver serving as guest
observed Monday night, July 22 at 8 p.m.; OliverMrs. Willie M. Green, Mrs. Nadin leaving their children in Wilson.. .of Winter Park speaker and Rutledge

I in the church auditorium. Members seated :Fossett, business manager; Mrs. A. Nelson good hands, a large enrollment .-, Pearson president- qf;the Deacon G W Scott
is solicitous Jax Branch of the t AACP .President S. & Dept
, i front row from left are: Mrs. Barbara recording secretary; Miss Minnie
The fees are exceptionally sharing the speaker.' s visual aid program Saturday -
l Carter, Mrs. Spencer, Mrs. Noisetta, Hicks and Mrs. Eatherial Maxon. Fourth low., and so fixed to platform. Miss'Al/ceflBur- night.

.t'} ;i Choir Mother;' .Rev-I:: ? flas J. Graham, row from left: Willie Piciett Mrs. fit the budget of desirous roughs will be the Sunday School at 9:30:
persons. It is to will be
, pastor; Deacon Charlie Bussie, president Alexander, Mrs. Adia Brown, second vice be noted -also, that a.m. conducted byREV.
; ''''
J' V. ':':k.,
: j ; Miss Linda Padgett and Mrs. Annie president; Miss Gessie Mae Lester, financial where two or more stu- \ >

I. .; B. Rice. Second row from left Mrs.. secretary and anniversary chair- dents attend from one
family, the tuition fee
I Marian Cheevers, organist; Mrs. Annie man; Co Chairman Albert Chisolm, First will be adjusted.

Mae West, Mrs. Ruby Nolton. Mrs. Rosa Vice President Lorenzo Wright.

Lee Taylor, Mrs. Betty Cooper, Mrs. Ola (Royal Art Studio Photo) Woodlawa Presbyterian .
Dr. J.C. Sams

Church Of Christ Mother MidwayIs CHURCH NOTESBY ..State Presidentwill <

Greater St. Matthew Assembly SessionHoly Written In Heaven offer the sermon C. A. WEAVERInspirational
with Rev. A.J. Hughes as
PreparingFor L.N. R.OON. SR._: ...- -
Tabernacle Church Sunday services for the alternate. Rev. s. C. SpeakerSuperintendent

Announces Services 9th and Pearce Sts. will Church of Christ WrittenIn AnniversaryFinal The Church School begins Caldwell St. Petersburg C. M.
Heaven. 1434 Kings Rd. Vaught and District Pre-
host the weeklong General Sunday. July 21st at will head the missions ---
Sunday's order of services were announced by BishopJ.C. preparations for kR
Assembly July 22nd-28th 10:00 a.m. in the George report and President Sams Rev. E. Armster
at Greater St. following Blakely pastor. the Sunday July 28th : .
'I with the Washington Carver Elementary ?; -<< .Mission Board Chairman
Matthew Baptist Church. leaders supervising daily Sunday School begins at through Aug. 5th observance ".y.Y' ,.
W. 45th
School. 2854
645 Franklin St. (East- events: 10 a.m. with Mrs. Emma of Mother Mid- ;; soloist.

side) were announced by Monday, July, 22, R.L. McClendon and instruc- way AME Church's 98th Street with charge.Huger. "....w' Mrs. M.S. Jackson Tampa

Rev. S. Gaston. pastor. Davis. Chief Overseer; tors in charge. The morn- anniversary and the third superintendent will conduct the youths

"x Sunday School will begin Tuesday, July 23rd ing service sermon will of its pastor. Rev. J.W. The pastor of the church panel discussion in the
Rev. F.D. Wilson is attending i
afternoon and Rev. John
at 9:45 a.m. with the Minister Roosevelt Davis be delivered by the pas- Jones is being conductedby
E a seminar being ? Willis Tal will deliver
superintendent and Choir chairmen and committees > pa -
ft pastor of Holy TabernacleNo. tor. Board 1 and 1will tz..: '
C. Smith
h.el4..Jn Johnson
chargej *, < ; Friday nighf's
teachers in charge. Morning both major ; :
1; Wednesday. July serve .. ,. '. ...... University. Charlotte N.
.,worship. will start 24, Minister G.W. Hendon services.
SUNDAy'S SERVICES C. He will be back in his :,
with devotions by the pastor of Holy Taber- YPCW with Mrs. E.M.
pulpit Sunday morning.
Deacons at 11 a.m. nacle No.2. Dinsmore; Brown and staff supervising Sunday School beginsat

4 At 6:30 p.m., Evening Thursday, July 25th will start a 9:30 a. m. with Deacon July 28th. Miss Cassandra Neal
Elder S. olin Pearson .
worship begins. The pas- Bible discussion; Friday. 6 p.m. Evening worship S.C. Hart. Morning worship Feature Soloist
will be the speaker and Rev. Leon Freeman
sident W.G. Patterson.
tor will deliver the July 26th. State Mothar begins at 8 o'clock. is scheduled for 11a.m.
also conduct the morning"worship ..BYPU Division Via-
message. Choir 1 and of Missionaries Sister Rev. S, Fields .ill de-

Usher Board 2 will serve G.W. Hendon speaker; New Jerusalem At 3:30 p.m. the Stewards service Sunday. and Rev. E. Armster,
July 21st. The United and Clearwater. will head the
throughout the day with Sunday. July 28. Bible will meet at the
( Mrs. Motley organist- School 11:30 morningserv Announces ServicesNew church. The Junior Choir Westminscer choirs will Mission Rally.
support the service with Study sessions will resume -
accompanist. will serve the Auxiliary
: Jerusalem Penta- C.E. Simmons. Jr... at the at 6:15 a.m. Thurs- "4
Anniversary at Grant Me-
costal Church of The piano. A special invitation day morning with BYPU
j morial AME Church at 3:30
First Born Living God. is extended to .surrounding President Freeman in

Gospel Music Festivaland 5320 the following Dodge Road servicesfor announce p.m.Ev ning worship is and friends.The areas. visitors, : :. ,

Ml Kite Sing slated for 6:30 p.m. ,
Sunday. pastor and
Mrs. Mary WhitehurstAppointed
Sat. July 20 8:00: p.m. Sunday School 10:30 African tion will hold service in Organist
a.m. ; Morning worship Baptist the new church building. I

Jacksonville BallparkSee 12 o'clock noon; YPU Sunday. August 4. 1963. sermon with Rev. O.D.
Williams as alternate.
i 6:30 p.m. ; Evening Schedules Mens, The Dedication will beheld
Conductors for the
Page 5 worship 8 p.m. Sunday, August 11thin
I I Elder Isaac Lee Gates Women's Day Event the-New Church Edifice Sat urday afternoon youth

I will have charge. .t at Cleveland and Wood- ,
itI Men and Women's Day ..ilibe lawn Road. A special Invitation Rev. O.D. Williams

e observed Sunday in is extended toall. BTO Vice President

1 k' 2 DISCOUNT STORES African Baptist Church. : i liver the 11 a.m. sermon

830 Cassat Ave. The women will have Unless God builds the s with President Sams as
Rev. R. H. Wilson
charge of service duringthe the builder alternate
1824 W. Beaver St. .Dean of Education
Sunday School hour laboreth but invain. The Housing CoIE
U.S. 90 Stockton- ;:
> and morning worship. The charge
men will conduct the Musicale Set Rev. L.S. McCrea, St

July 17 to July 21 evening service beginningat Petersburg, will preachthe

3 p.m. For Mt. VernonMiss 7:30 p.m. sermon with I
Mrs. Gussie P. Gray of Rev. F.G. Hilton alter-
Frances Scriven and
Mt. Calvary Baptist and nate. The Educational
Rev. A. Kindler of Zion Hubert Engram will be Rally will be conductedby :
the featured soloists in H, B. Miller .1
BEEF Bonanza Hill Baptist Church will Revs. J.B. Adams.
the annual recital of .
President Senior Women
be the guest speakers. Belle Glade and Rev.
Choir f3, Sunday Night parade will be Mrs. M.M.:
are: Mrs. Nora Daniel Johnson Jax.
July 21 at 7:00 p.m. in Waren, Bowling Green
M. Hunter general chair- ;
Rev. J.B. Adams will
BEEF % BEEF man and Mrs. Catherine the Mount_Verno.n.Baptist! I .,-. ... Miss Evelyn Wright, Rev. J.B. Mass
WOILD'S Campbell co-chairman. church. .'"':: : :-; Advertisers In .Education Chainan

Alberta McCray will serveas Serving along with headed by Mrs Lucille L

IDE"lIEIT acting pastor of the usher board 13 as hosts This Newspaper Tremble who may be contacted -

FRONTS LOWESTS day..: and hostesses will be by phone.EL .

Men officers are: Deacon members of Choirs 1,2 and Lrt Y Want end Appreciate 3- 1976 at home or at

James Hunter, general 4 with Mrs. Mattie Lazen- Ycur Business Second Baptist Cburch
chairman and Deacon by as Dean. : --

sonoo $ 00 Jlmmie Collins, cochairman. .* Special guests will be

Q Rev. Arthur McCrayis the Valentine Consistory, MAGNOLIA'. GARDEN'S FIRST DRUG STORE1

PRICES 200 Lbs. 7 the pastor. Reverend G. T. McCall.Commanderinchief t s
100 Lbs.

PlICE 0"PRICE. Foiitain Chapel'. GT.order of Medal the'Golden Assembly'Circle -:. J ri Mer Van's

_ BEEF NO GIMMICKS AME ChurchMrs. ; Royal Lady Janie .
31 c <,. 39c LI. Cannon Ruler, and the 1 \

R.B. Jackson, Ladies Auxiliary 86, 47-.IPha'my
president of Stewardess Mrs. Carrie Mal- Rev A.J. Hughes
I.L.A. .
HINDS I Board 2 announces the *lard President. Director of Music

Board will celebrate Its 2735 West Edgewood Amw f
46th anniversary Sunday AiBiiersarj Hew Hope Hosts

FRYERS PICNIC25C beginning at 3 p.m. in Friends associates Let Us Fill Your Next Prey ;1!
_ m Jinn the church auditorium. clubs, and members of ..New Hope PUB Church will

5 the public are cordially be the host church for We Pick Up & leliier Free

UMH6. SUNDAY'S SERVICES: invited to the third anniVersary the July program of the Wide Assortment Of Pete+t lt4iciIH !
: Sunday School will begin program of the Christian Endeavor Hour

m 2g at 9:30 a.m. Altar Friendly Westside social Sunday at 3 p... Rev. G. Cosmetics Sundries C.lflctlll.rr j

service gets underway at and Savings Club which M. Chazpie host pastor.

LI.I 11 a.m. Rev. F.W. Jones, will be held from 3-5 p. The ACE League of the PLEASE Dial PO 5-4485 or PO 5-1582

49c LI. pastor, will deliver the .. Sunday July 21 at host church received the I. D. Harris Reg. Phara.if' .
1962 award for banner attendance -
sermon. Evening service Trinity Baptist church

laid Tk KM KitjH SIB h WIXT TV Ckaoel 4 .begins at 7 jp.ji .__ .. __.r>Trr L1_ .Jefferson Sts. .

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!|| SATBRBAY. I JULY 20, 1963 FLORIDA STAR' I 1 r PARE 5i .

.. .
i .. A Beneficial i I Boost Jazzmen Join Scores 'Bigotry'i Kit W Roily Schenley Heiered
; .
xy ( .... :.... ,. Rights i Fight l
: Market
.t By
i :. fc. May RISIIII l Group
BTAIQ'ORD. Conn. (ANP) .
$ ; More than $20.000 Schealey Iadastrl H,
.. s _' raised for the civil Jan Picketing! Inc. has been cited by
rights chaapaagn of Dr the National Association
s y ., Martin Luther King Jr., NAACP._Action_..._? of Market Developers for

r t.1. Following the "20 years of effective
and his Southern Chris- .. announcement -
...i' 9 y% tain Leadership Conference i '- this week of a work In special market
.. L ""!
si progress directed to the
on the lawn of proposed massive Ku

w,l i Y the home of the Jackie iIfISSI6SIPPIAY Klux Klan protest rally interests and purcbasi&g
: Robinson here last week. s slated for July 27 in power of U.S. Negro consumera. -
> An "Afternoon of Jazz Jacksonville, an of-
A special 20-year award
on the spacious rolling fici al of the Jax
to t -\rt fawn of former ,baseball Branch NAACP stated was presented to Clifford -

IS HIS NAME ji ar Jackie Robinson and Thursday that if local M. Cooke. Schenley

( his wife, brought together city officials and downtown sales representative, at
t "& eetie Cakes" is what l'':ft, 40 jazz musicians merchants allow a luncheon at the Statler
they call him. Next time 'antt'in Hilton Hotel In WashlBg-
r interracial audience James
t a H. the rally to be held,
you call New Deal Cab 119 ton D.C.NAMD .
., of 600. Meredith, who becamethe the NAACP will be forcedto
Day and Melvin Boykins The musicians included first member of his take countermeasures.For paid tribute to

comes to pick you up. ask such nationally known rac ever to become enrolled the past several Schenley and other coapanles + -

.him, where he got his GENEROUS GESTURE--Thomas B. Hargraves, Sr. executive secretary of artists as trumpetist as a student in months, the NAACP agreedto whose special pro-

nicknameit's an Interesting the Johnson Branch YMCA at 5700 Cleveland Road looks on as I. H. Dizzy Gillespie.pianists the University of Mis- suspend downtown grams "represent one
story. significant link in the
Burney II, chairman of the board, accepts a $300 check from Marion Dave Brubeck and Billy sissippi, scored an demonstrations following -
Kelvin has Just been .withNe larger chain of equality
F. Marvin, president of New Deal Cab Company, which ,made .the "contribution Taylor saxophonist NAACP youth meeting with meetings with Chamber of
w Deal for three recognition and op
A months to the y s current Special Development' ''Fund drive The "Cannonball" Adderleyand "bigotry" when they of Commerce committee -
-.having spent the Sherril portunity for members of
initial goal of the drive, which will provide an outdoor all- singers Joya reprimanded him during members' effortsto
lead this
-16H years serving who accompanied Benny group as customers
purpose court and softball diamond for the Johnson Branch, 'is' ( the recent national improve relations in
his in as employees as
country the U.S. sup
Coast. Guard. He was $3000. The ultimate goal is $6000; and when this" Is reached/ .Goodman Jimmy to Russiaand convention in Chicago. job areas, store ser- pliers and as consul

stationed in the Balti- swimming pool will be the next objective. The Special Fund driveis Pushing. vices, and communityprobl tants."

more area much of this a part of the stepped-up development of the three acres pur- Also appearing were the Georgia DiscriminatoryVoting ems.Although. NAMD was organized in
Duke Alumni
Ellington a
time and two years were chased a year ago for use by the Johnson Branch YMCA, which had no of the NAACP 1953 as a non-profit
. spent at the Sandy Point permanent headquarters until that time. group Ellington sidemen up ex-featuring Ended spokesman failed to reveal national professionalorganization

Lighthouse in Chesapeake trumpetist Zoot what type of actionis of specia-

Bay. While at the Lighthouse Sims. MACON Ga.-ANP--- contemplated by his lists in sales advertising -

he had plenty of Jones County election organization, he did marketing and
The idea for the Jazz-
time on his hands and he officials and the U. S. reveal that the key to public relations directed
on the lawn concert was
put it to good use he conceived by Mrs. Robin Justice department came the solution remains primarily toward the
taught himself to paint to terms here last week in the hands of city officials development of the Negro

pictures, studied interior son.while the musicians over alleged discrimination and merchants. market.

; decorating and I were regaling on the in voter regis

electronics. The sportshe lawn, Robinson donned an tration. Negroes Plan Marc .s I
i enjoys most are swimming Jones officials agreed
hi and baseball.Mr. s apron and sold sand- CHICAGO--The National pleted at a secret
to discontinue, the
wiches and other delica
Boykins lives at 714 Association for the Advancement meeting of the nation's
practice of maintaining
cies. A raffle also
Jessie Street. He has a SLICED BEEFLIVER FRESH GREENORKA voter regis of Colored largest Negro organizations
helped to boost the separate
daughter Carolyn attending People this week, reQuested in New York. Estimates
tration lists for Negroes -
33C n s
vocational high 15C federal legislation of those sched-
The concert goal was and whites in
school. to virtually uled to take part range
I Ib Ib. set at $10,000, but be gray
i For comfort and convenience eliminate all barriersto from 100,000 to 300,000.
fore it was well underway The Justice depart-
ask the dispatcher integration. It also NAACP delegates and
that,, mark had been ment conceded that
to send Melvin Large Pk FARM HOUSE CREAM announced plans for a their leaders refusedto
S. reached and an anonynous registration sheets in
i BoYkl 'J- Cab |19: Day > series of nation-wide concede that their
benefactor offered to
Gray can be labeled
the next time you need a PIESAssorted demonstrations to rally proposals-which go tar
f match half the amount !'Nelrd'or "hi te"
, : cab. You'll enjoy meeting TIDE" 29C collected. That put the when voters of each support for its pro beyond those recently
him and he'll make a new panels sent to Congress by
ml total amount raised to race have identical
fri end.It The demonstrations President Kennedy--had
roughly over $20,000. names
will culminate with a little chance of passage
t. w *cK 'Mf kill Trimester DeadlineTALLAHASSEE U. S. District Judge
wry i .
DIXIE CRYSTAL GRADE A SLICED giant national civil
four chew tn Suatfiy mtrnInci William A. Bootle
.t '::10 '* Channtl l 4, -- August rights legislative "They must be adopted -
( .KnNEW / issued a permanent inJunction -
lulurec SUGAR 490 15 will be the last day convention in Washington said RobertL.
against Jones
BACONIb. for students planning to D. C. Aug. 8-S. Carter, NAACP general
County election officials
ii DEAL enroll at Florida A&M In addition, Negro counsel. 'Tho"e are
5 lb Pli forbidding any
Limit 5 Ibs. with P.I,4 University for the first march on Washington is our minimal demands."
CAJ' COMPANY Cello trimester of the 1983 prac- set for Aug. 28. Plans Carter introduced the
. .. 1.00 tices in
f food
$ order J Ib. voter registration
I 'Of '1 ..... ,i'. school term'-to -make HUNKS IB. aril H 41111 or polling..
i ) for admission. the legislative program

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Celestial Gospel Singers Sister Mary Goodman The Voices Of HawthorneThe


: 'Holy Light Quintet BSA Gospel SingersThe:- Excelsors

The Starlight Gospel Singers -The Soul Revivers The Sunny Rose Singers

The Sunbeams Essie Mae Thomas
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1\ as. at ;ash N 1N.r ,9 Fxr VA Daytonian PromotionFAMD Gets r '*m's :;:iujiim;: :' "' ''1

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I N THE SCOUTING GRAD Mr. and Mrs. James Macon of Port' Lander-

: Z Florida A&M University dale were week-end guest of Mr. and Mrs.

Yjjt graduate has been appointed Edwards. Samantha and Alpha Edwards I otored
chief accountant ,
The softball tournament for cubscouts will be to Miami last week.
here at Sepulveda Veteran

f held on 'ednesda7, ul,. 24 on the University High r Administration Hospital.C. .

School athletic field. All units are requested Cunningham, direc- 0000 0000 0000 0000, 0000
tor of the FAMU placement
to be on the field at 3 p.m. sharp with the appropriate bureau, announced that
number of players and proper equipment. Kennis L. Hankinson has Dr. and Mrs. Lee Evan and daughter .went

Ten teams will play and the finer of the single been appointed GS-9 and deep-sea fishing recently. They report an
assigned to Sepulveda VA -
elimination tournament will receive the ribbon. Hospital here. enjoyable time. :,

r After graduating from t 1

.f -0-0-0-0- .:: FAMU. Hank in son joinedthe 0000 0000 0000 0000 0000
. FAMU Hospital staff
\ and was later transferredto

I!.1J J It regrettable"that_ summer camp was called Fredericka the accounting depart- Ben Watson is recuperating at his home I
off again. Most of the scouts were, dissatisfied Tooley (left) of Jacksonville adjusting tape on the consolein office. He joined the VA 406 Bradford Road. Friends may visit him.

- but registrations should have been made earlier. the modern foreign language laboratory at Florida A&M last year as an accountant -

University.. and received 1
scouts trainee 0000 0000 0000 0000 0000
Twenty Inquired lately but
were not early : ,
Citation FAMU Nans 'training in all phases of
I enough to be accoasodated, An Additional VA fiscal activities at
High the VA Memphis, Tenn. The Sneed-Franklin Post 'will meet on Sun

J ; --0'0 0 _AO Scholarship Program center. day at 5 p.m. All legionnaires and veteransare

Vets Administration urged to attend. Business of imp.ortance -

Now is the time to get in a few merit badges, Sept. 1. 1963 Florida Approves The pisl will be discussed.

especially for swimming, hiking and camping. The A&M: University is offering -
scholarships to Program For FAMU
I pool is and 0000 00.0 0000 0000 0000
I open everyday all scouts and cubs high school graduates I
T EKEGEE. ALA. Florida
who are unable to swim are urged to take advantage scoring 300 or above on
A&M University has been
of this opportunity. the Florida State 12th approved for affiliationof The Charles Sumner Lodge of the Knights 1
4 4f Grade Test, announced Dr.
physical education of met Thursday evening. Chancellor -
George W. Gore Jr. pre-
students in the Veterans-
: -0-0-0-0- sident of Florida AIM. Commander A. W. Robinson addressedthe I
t : Administration cor rective
Students presently en- I
therapist program.The lodge. He outlined needs of the organization -
/ rolled at FAMU are I
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Troop 1152 heard 'a lecture on snakes last granted tuition scholar- chief medical direc- and gave a report of the officers ;
I I '.'" tor of the VA central ;.. .
week presented by Mrs. A. Williams, a student at ships of $90 providing office in rashington, D. meeting. :
they make an "A" aver-
: Florida A. and M. University. 'This week, they tri- C* gave the approval.Dr. I
age the previous
d will hear a discussion on Indian Lore. mester. Those -who make an'A' O.A. Moore, head of 0000 0000 000 0000 0000 \

d average two con- the FAMU department of
physical education and
secutive trimesters are I
-0-0-0-0- w Ar -j granted full scholarshipsof health, was Informed of The Arabian Temple of the Draaatic Order,

FAMU ROTC COMMANDER CITED---Dr. George W. Gore the approval by Edwin D.
$600. Students must Knights of Omar will meet on Tuesday at !
Jr. (left), president of Florida A. and M. Uni- at least 13 hours Jones, chief, corrective
Some of the troops are not meeting according carry therapy, physical medi- 8 p.m. Carbert McClendon will give a report
versity, presenting the National ROTC Band Association each trimester to be

to reports. The Division reminds you that this Citation to Lt. Col. Albert J. Parker, eligible for the grants.Dr. cine, and rehabilitation on the meeting of the Uniform Rank.

professor of military science at FAMU. Sharing service, hare at the VA .
is the best time for scouting and scoutmasters Gore also said that
the honor is Dr. William P. Foster, director of graduate students with a Hospital.
should: continue the 0000 0000 0000 0000 0000
program. Attending the six and
bands at FAMU. 8" or better averagemay
one-half week course from
apply for graduate

-0-0-0-0- Knights Of Omar Bethel AME Church fellowships in the FAMU Florida A&M are Napoleon The American Legion Post will present The

graduate school or the Johnson, Raleigh, N.C.

Convention ScheduledTemples Announces. Service* college of law.Eiferson and William Peterson, 2nd Division Bathing Beauty finalist con- I

Scout requirements for. Star scouts are as fol- in the Big Bend Tallahassee, Fla. Mrs.Marol.n test at Marriana on Saturday night, July
Rev. S. Sampson, assis- Heads W. Smith, assis-
lows: area area planning for the Recreation Center. Contestantsare
tant pastor of the tant professor of physical 27 at

1. While a first class scout for at least the Bi-annual Communica church delivered the Scout Fund DriveA education, is attend- requested to be present at 8 p.m. Phillip -
tion of the Dramatic sermon on Sunday in the
3 months, show to the satisfaction ofyour Order, Knights of Omar financial drive insupporr'of ing course by special Madison is the director. Participating ;
the ,absence jof, the Rev. ,the arrangement. She will ,
: :...leaders that you are active :in -whfch is scheduled to I.D.' Hinson, pastor of : serve 'as counselor fort posts will be Quincy, 217; Blunstown, 319;
of America was
be held in Scouts \
Hot Springs the Church. The
meetings, outdoor activities and ser- Arkansas beginning Monday League was conducted recently concluded that he FAMU students Marianna 226; Tallahassee 205; Applachi- i
Interested in corrective
vice projects of your unit and dependable morning, August 18 at during the evening by neted$130 pledges for the of program over therapy. cola, 282; Graceville, 260 and Port St. I
in your" unit obligations 9 o'clock at Cottrell brother Joseph Franklinwho
whicn was supervised by Joe, 264.Winner'of. ,
Chapel Church, East Grand its Fla. A&M 1 Receives
also serves as
2. Have earned one merit badge from citi the Suwannee River Area this contest will compete in ,
Avenue and Gulpha Street..
president.Many .
Council Division. Head-
zenship, or public service groups Also convening will be visitors were pre- ing the campaign was Dr. Capital Outlay Funds the District contest to .be held at Silver I

3. Have earned one merit badge from any the Supreme Lodge of the sent including R.L. Wil- H.M. Efferson Chairmanof TALLAHASSEE The 1963 Springs on Labor Day. ;

Knights of Pythias and liams, chairman of the
the Finance Committee. Florida Legislature approved -
of the following
groups: campcraft,
the Supreme Court of Suwannee River Area $6. 202.000 in ,
the .
Serving on com- ,. . . d' . .
aquaties, outdoor sports, conservation Cal enthe. Council Division of the mittee were Frank Best, capital outlay for new . \

or the nature merit badge The Communication sched- Boy Scouts of Americawho John Swilley, Sr. and E. buildings and physical I
t ule of activities willbeas
presented Guardian at Florida
4. Having earned any 3 additional merit follows W. Wallace. T.T. Lewisis Roy L. Jones of Graceville was recently \
: Scouters Certificates to Division chairman. A&M University. The funds

badges making a total of five for this Monday, Aug. 19, Memo- Dr. H.M. Efferson and M. Among those who became approved for Florida A&M elected Commander of Post 260. His addressis I

rank. rial Service. Visitors S. Thomas. Dr. Effersonis University are part of a
guardian scouters by P. 0. Box 104 Graceville. The Adjutant :
Chapel Church,
chairman of the contributing $100 or $75,000.000 bond program I
317 Church St., 7:30 p.m. is Hurley D. Broxton who lives at 1416
Do your best, in every day life, to 'live up Guardian Scouters pro- more were : Dr. Melvin which goes before the
9 a.m. Official Opening gram. Anderson voters of Florida on Cliff Street. Chip L. Johnson serves as the I
Alston. Dr._ R.L. -
to the law
scout oath or promise, scout scout Imperial Temple and Tent-
Listed sick are Sisters November 5 for approval.
W.H. Baker, Jr. chairman of the Division Oratorical contest.
motto and the scout slogan; Do your best in your Communication Cottrell Grace Bailey. Georgianna;:==Dr. Theodore B. Cooper, Listed in capital outlay I II I

home, school, church or synagogue, and community; Chapel Church. Browning, M.J. Cooper Dr. H. Manning Efferson. for approval by the Historians Complete Project I
TUesday Aug. 20, Busi- Pearl crump Lydia Hud- R.L. Williams, James R. voters of Florida for
Take care of things that belong to you and re- ness ,, ...... I
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a.m. ; son, Theresa McCoy, Mag- ford B.F. Holmes, J.R.E. FAMU from the 1963 Legislature """ ........ I II Ia
i spect the property of;.others; Understand how to Dokey Dance 10 p.m. Mam- gie Proctor, Josie Morris Lee, Jr. Dr. L.J. are eight build- .......,.

mouth Parade. 5:30 p.m. and Sarah Yant. .. : J. ings. i
use wisely and conserve our natural resources Shae John Swilley, .....
Wednesday" Aug. 21. Grand Brothers ill are Woody sr., M.S. Thomas and E. __< I
(soil, water, forests, grassland, wild life) and Military Ball, Auditoriumof Johnson T.H. McKinnis W. Wallace. Summer Schedule > \

have taken part in a conservation project. Baptist Building and E.W. McGhee. Certificates were pre- t
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At Fla.
t A&M U. II
10 p.m.
Youth Day will be observed I
Next week we will tell you how to become a life sented to the scoutersat in land-
Headquarters of the Supreme A short course
on July 28 and their respective
and Eagle scout.In the meantime, cut this article Lodge will be at Women's Day will be held churches. scape management startedat

out and if you have not already done so, starta the Pythian Hotel and in September. Florida A&M University
Bath House 415 Malvern State Board Offers from July 16-18 with T.T.
scrapbook on,scouti ngr ; is
? Avenue. Ten Lewis as director. It
rain s Top I
Participating from the Safety Rules open to vocational agri-

0-'- 01-'-0. -. 0 area will be delegates 1.'Darling, Darling Water accidents and ciitire teachers,teachersof

-,*> <, A.:"I *x from Tallahassee River Darling," Ty Hunter; 2. deaths are Increasing In home economics, ama

r Junction and Jackson Hello Stranger," Bar- Florida as more and more teur gardeners, school

Scouts are preparing to make a trip to Philmont: ville. bara Lewis; 3. "It Won'tBe people build bore swim- ground and park main

Ranch. We have never had a scout to attend. Those Sacred Music Fete This Way Always,"the ming pools and take to tenance workers, garden

King Pins; 4. "Prisonerof >skiing and boating, the club members, and others
who w.culd like to make the trip should inquireat interested in the
Slated For July 21 Love" James Brown; State Board of Health who are

the scout office. The National Jamboree is 5. "I," Ben E. King; 6. noted.In basic principles of design

Dr. Randolph Edmonds, "The Life I Live, 1961 there were 409 in landscape plant
also right around the corner. It will be held at
coordinator, announcesthe Carla Thomas; 7. "You drownings. 91 of there ing and maintenance or in

Valley Forge Pennsylvania in l964.Plan now to go! 13th Annual Festivalof Know It Ain't Right," from small boats. In community and school THEY WROTE PAMU HISTORY---Dr. Leedell. ffeylaa

Two scouts whoa we know have already started Sacred Music wilXrbe Hinton; 8. "It Was "Soy) 962, there were 443 ground Improvement. (left), professor of history and geography, a4

savings accounts.For e. held In beautiful, air- Nice While It Lasted.' fAme Brownings. 104 of these A workshop in Spanishfor John W.: Riley, head of the department of .history -

conditioned St. Michael and Dave; 9. 'If., from small boats. in-service teachersis Florida A. and M. University are coauthors -
a listing of the merit badge requirements Church Parish be cut to being offered at of book
Episcopal>> You Don't Love Me,' "Deaths. could a entitled The History of Florida
House Sunday July 21 almost zero if a few Florida A&M University.The A. Md V. nntT rirTThe authors
ask for a cop Of the Boy Scout Merit Badge Requirements Junior Parker; 10. are stows here

at the scout office. While you are at 7 p.m. "Rock in the Cradle of basic rules are followed workshop 20 and will started continue on going over the final manuscript. The book is

The program, consisting Love,' Dee Sharp. said Dr. George A. McCoy June being published by the University of Florida
there, get a score card and any other free information of the through August 1 withDr.
of traditional and Hit: "I Cried" director Press and is scheduled to come off press oa or
Woodson as di-
that they have available. modern sacred music, Tamy Montgomery. board s Accident Prevention before June 30, 1963.KUZZIN'S .

will feature outstanding Program. rector. !
He said overcropping
artists from FloridaA.
Some fishermen like to think r---------------------- I
home pools is a common
and M. University they'veoutgrown" the bobber.
and the city.Friends But this traditional symbol of cause of accidents but I I
barefoot lads has as much slfnifleanee slick I
of St. Michaels in the tackle boxes of so is running on I
and the general public's experts as It does bitched to surfaces
I the cane pole of a beginner, say in tooshallowwater. .
diving North Macomb Street
music lovers are the fishing authorities at i 327 I" I

Mercury outboard
Invited. ,i

I YII Earn Cash Selling Tie FLORIDA STAR This Newspaper I Join KUZZIN'S FAN CLUB! i iI

I Went and Appreciate
1 Apply 2011 Owen Of phone 222-3025 Did 2244316T. I

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Rehearsing For Georgia Conference Si. Stephen Board St. Paul Group

lIJ1UI Slates Annual Fete Programs Musicale

_.,._y ",: The Young Peoples Society -
-Lake City. Florida.-- Auxiliary Board 1 of of St. Paul AME
Mrs. Carrie Scott; 701
Mills Alfred Hardy Sr. ; 4'1'7.. St. Stephen AME Chord Church League will pre
Street Green
,.,. R4 ..., 101 Springs Florida. King street;st. Augustine will observe its 38tL sent two of its musicians

Florida. anniversary Sunday at in a musical recital
Bessie Gaines; 364
h rI Oak Street. Oscar Corbin; 1924 W. 9th 3:30 p.m. in the church July 23 at 7:90: p.m.
Street. auditorium with Rev. Miss Gwendolyn Jones,
Amanda Jane"Walker
2292 Run Street. Reuben Henry Banks; 1110 Mrs. Amanda Anderson as organist for the junior
Tyler Street. main speaker Mrs. P.E. choir and Miss Clara
Mrs. Mary Lee Griffin;
2339 Brooklyn Road. Mrs. Emma Williams; 666W. Daughtry president, an Whipple member of the
10th Street. nounced. choir have plaaaed a pro-
Mrs. Venell Black
. ; 1331
\ Franklin street. Leon Riley; 2313 Woodland The program will high- gram of vocal and iastru
Street. light talent by a numbero mental selections. They
Mrs. Anner Martin; 1766
1 : r'H; Cleveland Street. Althea Anderson Jr.; 3422N. f the city's out will be supported by the

Rev Titus Carter; Ardisia Road. standing persons. Rev. young people of the

.i!\ cr Sptrjngville Community; Mrs. Phoebe Holmes; 5745 J.S. Johnson is host Sunday School junior
Begonia Road. pastor choir and YPD.

} _Complete Anniversary Plans

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i PROF. E. CLIFFORD DAVIS (foreground) former' ary Baptist Association in Old Zion Baptist

J J.I I music director for the 200-voice National Bap- Church, Woodbine, Ga. Rev. Levi Moore of Savannahis

tist Convention and currently affiliated with the Moderator and Rev. George Johnson of

the Georgia and Florida Conventions, respectively, Darien, Ga. is Vice Moderator. The choir membersare 1a

I is shown rehearsing a portion of the 200-voice from Savannah, Darien, Woodbine and other

choir which will be featured Aug. 18 during the communities comprising membership churches in the t

:I Visiting i N a tlon S Capitol I 'rt.r

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r\ CELEBRANTS---The D. B. Barnes Club of Sweetfield president; Mrs. Prlscllla Holsey, secretary; Mrs.

Baptist Church,1365 Harrison St. (Eastside), have Rosie Lee Grant, treasurer; Mrs. Ruby Jones, Mrs.

completed plans for their fifth anniversary fete, Mattie Pollick, Mrs. inell Homey Mrs. Leslie

a # r aN which will be celebrated with an interesting and Johnson, Mrs. Mary Lee Brooks and Mrs. Doris Gray.

varied program Sunday at 3 p.m. in the church Other members now shown are: Mrs. Virigee Holsey,

auditorium. Rev. Steve Love, associate pastor of vice president; Mrs. Mary Ann Grant, Mrs. May

/ie is y Mt. Ararat Baptist Church, as principal speaker, Mungin and Mrs. Essie Mae Battle Friends and

will head the program featuring a number of c1 tyPastor's
< the public are invited. Rev. D. B. Barnes is host

F Clubs and Prominent religious-civic lead pastor. (Royal Art Studio Photo) !

!Tr ers. Members shown from left are: Mrs. Viola Tate, I II

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SCOUTS REWARDED---As the result of their outstanding work during the past year Boy

Scouts of Troop 147 Forest Park Elementary School50 in number-- were rewarded

:' with a week long trip to Washington D. C. The group, accompanied by their Scoutmaster -

Rev. Jerry_Bailey, left the city last Sunday and will return home by July ,
co 20tH. While iff Washington, "tours'of sites of interest 'Will. be" included .on .their.itinerary. -..w ./,"

(STAR photo by Jesse Tarrance) oo sioa tI

Greater St. Matthew Ends Gospel EchoesTo NEGROES GET

Most Successful Revival Fete WHITE PASTOR I
Present '
Annual Revival services which were held Monday the Rev. Robert W. Hare
t night July 8 through Friday night 12 at Program Sunday
July of Raleigh. N. C. a white GREEN
Greater St. Matthew Baptist Church, 649 FranklinSt. man last week became pas- I STAMPS

., (eastside). was acclaimed one of the best tor of the Negro congre-

attended and most successful in the church's: gation of the First Pres- s

history, according, to. Rev. S. .Gaston, host byterian Church here.
pastor. The Rev. Hare was as-

Highlighting the services the nightly services were sistant coordinator of

throughout the featured by, fellow groups religious affairs at
in and around the local North Carolina State College
week was Rev. H. W. Wil-
at Raleigh when he it ri
born, pastor of New Salem area
Baptist Church Tampa, Following Friday. night's accepted the call of the j
and wellknown ih National closing services, Rev. Negro church, affiliated Beef at its Best ''i

Baptist Convention Inc. Wilborn was feted and with the Presbyterian

Georgia and Florida re- presented numerous gifts Church U.S.A. (Northern)

during a special banquet
E* y
held at the church annex
M in his'honor under spon- \ i'
t sorship of St. Matthew s a' I

Deaconess Board. successful Recently returned two-weeks'from 1ud7thg1utt iriithWATERFRONTCOMMUNITY

Rev. Wilborn renewed
northern tour. Mrs. Inez
friendship with many
Bivens and the Gospel
religious and lay. waters
t FChoes'will present a
here especially C. Par-
'Back Home program LUXURY TOWNHOUSES
ham Johnson of the -
Sunday night in Triumph
Florida STAR editorials !!t %. r_ ': -
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Holiness, Third and J .
whom he had not tlIIIII -
seen for many years. Franklin Sts. The program t 4't'- ---'- ---.-...... ."
gets underway at 8: 30 o*
Prof. E. Clifford Davis,
clock. 1 '
Some of the wellknown J Ji i

gospel singers and individuals -

who have already -
agreed to appear on

;;JEV. a GASTON y the program are:
:..lbst Pastor Andrew McCall. Excels '

ligious cIrcles. ior, Sunbeam; Qjuior

A gratifying number of Grove. Latimore, Mrs.

r new persons became mem- Alberta Latimore, Thelna-
rettes. Mrs. Thelma a ts.+ r er eAh
bers of the church and
Edwards. Starlight.

It covers Gray HairWm. Biven's Specials Gospel
Echoes gospel singers
J. BraadfaBau Uq.w
Denna respectively, and numer-

ous others. x
Hair Colorer
Deacon Solomon Timmons > r
win cover gray hair In 10 to
J& minutes. No pack. No Henry C. Lavine" Leroy
mess;- Anyone can put it on Mallory will also be
at tame
REV. H. W. WILBORN heard. Rev. Hall is the
Leaves hair soft and lustrous HERE IS A TOTALLY NEW CONCEPT in home bailding. Six beautiful THERE ARE 2. 3 AX 4 BEDROOM homes with such luxury features as:
WILL NOT TURN HAIR ...Noted Evangelist host pastor.
REDDISH model homes are presented here as a means to a new way of life Terrazzo floors downstairs and hardwood floors upstairs Las

R will not rub off. it stays noted hymn composer J! Gospel for yoa. Though' linked together for a close community relationship living room, dining room and kitchen facilities are provided 1m
on several months Sham oofag. musical director and boyhood
sea bathing, sun. permanent these homes are designed in different stylings and floor all models. Colorful bath fixtures and ceramic tile of you
friend of Rev. Wil
waving, curling or plans to assure owners more individuality. choice--also Formica vanities. Built-in electric ores sad ra** ,
straightening iron nothing born,directed the singer
takes it off. You can cover Music complete heating units in each home, fenced backyard and felly
the revival.JIMMRIE'S .
any gray hair no matter how during NEW AND BEAUTIFUL. Washington Heights is located amidst a lovely landscaped front yards.
stubborn or bow caused
BLACK BLACK.WONDERFUL H8TELPREE tree-shaded section of the Ribault River. This home location
L FOR _. ,- .' ;'TV IN EVERY ROOM Festival provides all the health-giving benefits that mother nature offers DIRECTIONS: [ uaaarrWi Ufasliutijtmt liriijI .ts
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; / .r W Pioneers Honored On Annual l Day :: ROTC Commander
." : Hew Mill
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k c Receives CitalionTALLAHASSEE

-- The UcftHsas _AM, ,

National ROTC Band As AviiiibirTALLAHASSEE I\\

sociation cited Lt. Col.
Albert J. Parker -
.,. fresh water fisher ea
essor of military
are being urged to ha7
science at Florida A&M
their fishing licenses
I University for his out
now. Licenses are
standing contribution to
available at the offices -
; the organization and his '
/ of all County
country.The .
judges and their
J citation, presentedto
authorized sub-agents.
J him by Dr. George W.
.t Gore Jr:\president of The new 1963-64 infctoc
.. 'r
''+ t Florida A&M, reads: -:; 11 ceases are HOW

National ROTC Band As- available at the officesof

,ll '' f'', -- ., .. ,.. s ., sociation Citation for all County Judges and ,
,,., f 4 4b Meritorious Service. This their authorized subagents -

1 citation is presented to throughout the

Lt. Col. Albert J. Parker State.
+ ; t w s Your outstanding contri-

l bution is indeed a creditto
r Suns Home Slate
i w 4 R z our organization and

,tl .; r r r our country." July 12-Suns v& Rleteoed
'c July 13-SttBS vs Rloteoad
:, s l 3 3'iUf
's3 +
July 14-Suns
Y S tat. vs Richnoad+

Ocala Negro July 15-SUns vs L. Rock
r .p 1 .t >} b July ISrSuns vs L. Rock

I Y ; Wins Vote
i July 26-SusH vs Toronto
ss .,
+ July 27-Suns vs Toronto(2

.. July 28-Suns
a ,. ay' For Runoff vs Toronto
lM ,::+ .' July 29-Suns vs Rochester
y.Fj r :;! ..
f' d
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1".II' { b,. > : ,' OCALA---Pinkney Wood- July 't9- tlns vs Rochester
.., who Tuesday, became -
> .. bury, July 31-Suns vs Syracuse
r M ir" .... 111/ :: .a. !.,... ., ""'* ....<}.,.x ":$'... ) the first Negro in .

60 years to run for a s

.. city office, will meet #

c:'. I .::.. : -. .. ; oJ.- white candidate L. G. '.r .

.' <, j, '"<:, "':\... Thomas in a runoff election .' +.

July 19 for a

principal address during the ceremony. City Council seat. '!,'+
RECREATION SUPERVISOR EMERITUS Mrs. observance of Emmett Reed Memorial Day
Other staffers from left Thomas received 810
dept. Wil-
Florida C. Dwight (third from left) who at Simond Johnson Park. Others in photoare votes to Woodbury's 584. ;":.

headed the Jax Recreation Dept. for 33- SJ Director Carlton Bryant and Miss 1f lie Thomas, Brenda Thomas, Gloria Bowman Woodbury defeated Mrs. .; .," ,,,4w
Barbara Brown, Mrs. Hilliard, Miss Margaret Thompson, the
and John Prof. Emma Hightower Jax Recreation Dept. *
years (
) Rutledge a Department second in 0- f
Geraldine Hilliard Hightower, Maud Brown, Sallie Bryant, woman
Supervisor. Mrs.
director for eight yearswere cala s history to run :.... ,Q-

cited by the unit during recent annualY.s ( fifth from left) Health Director at Roslyn Burroughs and Alvin Pearson. for office by a close "SOME VIEWS OH

A. L. Lewis Junior High School gave the (STAR photos by Jesse Tarrance) 579-571 vote.

Prize Award Monument Spotlighted i
We All TalkTO Better known to most of
RECONSIDER The Wfttk In Records Given FAMU Coed"' you as "Deke" Jerry
has been driving his New

Deal Cab 1114 Day for
By Marcus H. Doulware -' ty Albert Anderson Conchita Clarke of Radio
I about 8 years now and is
Often a club votes on an unwise motion; but, City Music Hall and Ted t' 1 s
noted for
being a courte
even so, it can remedy the situation by proposinga SIMS DISK HEADS JAZZ FARE Mack Amateur Hour fame
ous and dependable driver
motion "to reconsider the motion voted upon." CHICAGO- (ANP---A disk of delightful ballad interpretations has been presented the
who does his job well.
Suppose thane club passes a motion, to the effect by sax' star Zoot Sims heads the prize winning award cer- Mr.
Hughes owns his hooe
that it gives a dance to which each member week's jazz fare. Other fine waxlngs by piano tificate of the American at 1751 Broadway where

may invite two guests. The members may recognizethat virtuoso Erroll Garner and arranger-pianist Clare Guild of Musical Artists.The i.- many of his days off are
Fischer round out the review. All three disks Guild is branch of
the cost will be prohibitive and wish to a ai spent working around the
reconsider their should score heavily with Jazz fans. the Associated Actors and ,
decision. This is the way it i r... house or just relaxing.

should be put: Following are the details: Artists of America which He is the father of two

"Mr.' Chairman, I move that we reconsider the "ZOOT SIMS IN PARIS"United Artists LP is an affiliate of the ;, daughters and the proud
; .not ion%that .each :member be allowed to invite : '(15013). Personnel: Sims,: tenor'saxophone! ; Henri" "AFL-CIO: Miss Clarke is r> s ..,. "grandlatnef of a'boar told

t two guests the dunce." Renaud piano; unidentified bassist; Jen-Louis senior music major at f eM 1't girl. One of the things

E If the motion "to reconsider" is passed, then Vlale drums. Tunes; "Zoot's Blues" ; "SpringCan Florida A&M Universityhere. he enjoys most is his activities

the question of dance and number of people to Really Hang You Up the Most" ; 'Once in a as a member of

invite is again brought before the house for debate While"; "These Foolish Things" ; tn the Ala- The certificate, pre- ; Choir 1 of the Zion Hope

I and vote. mo" ; "Too Close for Comfort" ; "A Flat Blues" ; sented by FAMU presidentDr. i Missionary Baptist ChurchA

Once the motion "to reconsider" is passed Tou Go to MY Head" ; 'Savoy." George W. Gore Jr. .. .. .--.= convenient and comfort-

then the chairman should ask the secretary to Sims plays on this set as I've seldom heard reads: THIS CLOSEUP view of America's oldest able ride is awaiting you

read the particular motion in question. him play before...Man, does he "smoke" I, to usea "American Guild of masonry fort is the site of a SOUND AND when you call a New Deal

jazz cliche..It's virtually all Sims, too, Musical Artists Prize starring Ralph Bellamyand Cab. Dial B* 4-1611 and
as his sidemen are not particularly outstanding winning award certificate ask for Jerry Hughes aad

STO P FAll/NeN OW ...The exception is Renaud, who contributessome presented to Conchita Douglas Fairbanks, Jr. The presentation Cab 114 Day.

fine background music. Sims' music is markedby Clarke the student who recreates the past within the walls

HAIR vitality melody and superb improvisation.. has shown outstanding /. Mire te wetch .w fc.4f hevr
\ promise in fulfilling the of the 17th century fOI t through a unique ihew Sunder mernlntt er *;Men
USE He is outstanding on every tune, but particularly CMftfttl 4, fteturmg Ken
Setter ".: .; tuneful on the love ballad, "...R>ol1sh Things," goals of musical and performing combination of the spoken word, sound Knight

7r when he is really groovey. .. The repertoire is arts education." effects, music and lighting. Produced in

made up almost entirely of standard tunes, ex- Miss Clarke, a native of cooperation with the National Park Servicethe NEW DEAL

"SAVE IT""SAVEIT" cept for Sims' fine original, "Zoot's Blues.'. Lakeland was a Blest Castillo de San
historical. drama of
.. .I THINK THIS DISK WILL BE A BIG HIT. soloist with the Radio

"ONE WCRLD CONCERT"' :--Reprise LP (9-6080). City Music Hall Orchestra Marcos comes to life every evening at 8:00: CAB COMPANY
ii hhe'.w formula for me ana1wemtn for six weeks last summer 1 t ItS Kings lUtd
the Personnel: Garner, piano; Edward Calhoun, bass; p.m. and 9:15 p.m. 1 DiIIIL4.161.
product deiignea1 ta help prevent
Kelly Martin, drums. TunesThe Way You Look
.ks..f hair .by destroying icalp bacteria and
deedrvf-a treatment f.r breaking hair, this Tonight" ; "Happiness Is Just a Thing Called Appeal Shortens Sentence

tempi**,and other this ipetv_a product detignedta Joe" ; "Sweet and Lovely" ; ''ack the Knife" ; I jffili ffAl3Pft= ". N Q1( E ON( AND ,UM-E'
!tt GAINESVILLE---Originally sentenced to
1 t. r..'.,. natural oils*giving; Ivan beauty and hover, Cone Back to Me" ; "Misty" ; Hovin'' a
1, .., inert. .. Iif.I... hair
itubby 20-year prison term Andrew Snead 30
Blues" ; "Dancing Tambourine" ; ?hanks for appealing
; into the real "Woman's Crowning Glory."
the Memory." for new court action July 3 tJjTeem
AT LEADING COSMETIC COUNTERS This LP is but another demonstration of Gar GO
If your dater l does not have'SAVE IT,lend$1.00 for ner's piano virtuosity..It bristles with de- under the Gideon case, went back to pri-
2 ox. sac. $1.50 for 4 o:. jar. (tar; and posUge included
toEsther's lightful and spontaneous interpretations by son with 15-years less time to serve.Snead, :

Aids / 50 Wtst 125th Street "The Man for whom the piano was invented." .... .
Beauty I New York 27,N.Y. who was sentenced to 20 years for the Dec. f
Tis said that Garner never plays a tune the same
25 1960 boning knife killing of Vastie
way twice, and this waxing confirms that state everytingling

ment..It was waxed at the Seattle World's Fair Miles, pleaded guilty to second degree
last year, and Erroll must have been in a whale
a murder March 21, 1961. Since ha did not
S of sentimental mood for it is reflected in hisplaying..Just
listen to his rendition of have an. attorney and did not waive one, time! '.
s ,. .
4lr ppiness..." and see if yin don't agree that the state'allowed'Snead to plead guiltyto - ,
PJf N/ ol ; ij IK Y l i nJt JdJt SWH':
his playing; is really a musical poem of one's a lesser charge during his new trial. ,. .
-- -- --- -
I It innermost feelings..That is the top tune, but

e ,y:" '1 ar a sy Histy" and "...Memory" are also engaging.... OPEN FOR BUSINESS I' T'r. t

.,, As usual, Garner gets good musical backing from 50ODSON CLEANERS: Announces the Opening of a New Talladega College
sr x Calhoun, whose bass playing 1& restrained but iranch Office at 5904 Avenue B. "Come where You

"z, intelligent, and Martin, who is featured on drums Can Get Quality Cleaninc at Budget Prices."
wr' ...LOOK FOR THIS ONE TO MOTE FOR ERROLL. -- FREE PICKUP ft, DELIVER! SERVICE -- "From which no one may be barred OH

SURGING AHEAD"Pacit1c Jazz LP (67). Personnel account of race or color

: Fischer, piano Albert stinson
; or Ralph Ton Don t Have to Go to Town to Get
Pena or Gary; Peacock, bass; Colin Bailey or Larry r ,

Bunker or Gene Stone, drams. Tunes: "Billie's ... A'Co-educational Institution ,

.. Bounce" ; "Way Down East" "Satin Doll" LOW PRICES
; ; Pounded 1867 At Talladega, Ala. ; .
"'ibi a Can' t Be Love" ; "Strayhorn" ; "Things :
r ,. Chartered In 18&9
f- -s AU t What They Used to Be"; ,Davenport Blues" ;
Without a Song." On Tour '.Y.':,

r[ The former arranger tor the Hi-Lo'a Fischer Fully Accredited Four Year Liberal Arts
.>, has worked quietly behind the jazz scene until '
Makes Faou
t Program Talladega +
recently, when he waxed his first, album..It wasa Trcde With Tour Neighborhood Drug store

f big hit and established the pianist as a leader WE WILL MEET ANY PRICES ADV. IN TOUR LOCAL PAPERS. For The Success of I Its GraduatesIn

I c'r as well as a finished Instrumentalist....'1'hia We Deliver-.fe Also Pill All noctors Prescript ionsDixie t advanced Studies and Professions

r one, however should be an even bigger hit tor This
Throughout Country And Abroad
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II Sports Extravaganza To Feature Annual Joseph E. Lee Day Here

r Star's I Soar To A Title I
>.. Daylong Athletic Proirim

$b Set For Jyly 24 At Dvrktt

1 Ft This week the various playgrounds under super-

a Tision of the Jax Recreation Department, Hiss BUM :

la Hightower, supervisor, are going all-out in

preparation for the Wednesday 'July 24th aaaaal

Joseph E. Lee observance which will feature the

t IR most auspicious daylong program of sports crests ,

__ 4 in Jacksonville, history.

i I This year's observance putting top representatives -

r ,rss"r honoring the founder of of the East and 1 I

the nation's playgrounds West teams which are
program, will be Jointly being coached and itaaaged

)i sponsored by the Jax by the city's playgrouad
} Pepsi-Cola Company, JohnW. directors and assistant
.... Holeman President.the
"-.:;. Florida Star Eric 0. Jax Braves

Simpson publisher-
: 0
editor. All events will Meet Jets

..- it take place at Durkee

I ii : : ,! ---" _,o-r-- -:'": Baseball Park. Sunday July 21

: ,. ., ,,, -
.. Vying in the long list
; ....
: oJ.!' ;" .. _1l _... Two of the City's top
1: .r ,. ... '" ,:-V'.#. ... ... ,> of events will be the semi-pro baseball teams

. -- It: :,'.. Tadpoles--the youngest will meet in a heralded

___7'___._ -'. j- 0 ... ..' -"'''.,.'. .'. ,. .. L-. e< ,\.iiE....$._:k_f""'.'"..JJIi1'i!>-!! !''" group of playground mem- Class-A double header attraction -
bers--intermediate and
NEW CHAMPS! ---John Rutledge. former Jax Brookins and Co Capt. Willie Cheeks. The BrookinsJames McWilliams, Odis Burnett, teen teams. Events will at Myrtle Avenue
Ball Park Sunday after-
Recreation Dept. Supervisor presents three-leg trophy was presented to the Coach Frederick Coward, Rene Dix, Acie be equally bracketed respectively noon when the Jax Braves,
for both boy
Westside Community Softball League League by the STAR. Carlton .(Softkid) Stroughter, Alexander Jones, Felton and girl teams and hand- undefeated in 22-games
played so far this sea-
championship trophy to Coach-Manager Bryant (left) Simond Johnson Park recreational Brookins Lawrence Webb, Larry Brookins. some trophies will be
son, clash with the Jax
Frederick Coward who piloted the Florida director gave an official Not shown-Abe Gallon. The Eagles defeated awarded winners in 600-Jets also undefeated
various events by the Jax
STAR{ ales to their first League titleLooking approval to the proceedings. Champs shown the Baby Robins and Simond-John Pepsi-Cola Company.Of during their past 10-
-of games.
on are Eagles' Capt. Fletcher seated from left are: Willie Cheeks, son to win the first leg on the trophy. unusual interest will Thus far this season,

Robert Davis, Michael Brookins, Fletcher (STAR photos by Jesse Tarrance. ) be the all-star contestscrow the Jets have played twooi
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\ Ash Suffers Ltodtrs Salute Court DropsAlditorium's Living With .,.. __. _'< }..t-. _._ :.- I the nation pro-teams a: most, namely outstanding --

I. Sports the IndianapolisClowns
Arm Injury "" INNiS CNA 'y5h and the Birmingham
Joe Louis

(ANP) .- Youthful Arthur Racial BarsNEW Charles J. Livingston Clowns by hair-breadth

Ashe, the first Negro NEW YORK (ANP) 1-0 score and bowing to
t male to perform in the Governor Richard Hughesof say cauliflower the vaunted Barons 8-3.
After a quarter of a
famed Wimbledon tennis New Jersey and Governor century of fighting New ...--...1- row that one. of the hardest thing The Jets have a Quartetof
championships, met witha John Dempsey of wellknown formxr proson
in the world to do is
Orleans Negroes have secured convince a, professional -
double misfortune in Connecticut have Joined 6 --i their active roster;

the third round of play Governor Nelson Rockefeller an injunction "-.- fist fighter that he "is over H. Hair E. White A.
the authorities
The youthful UCLA net Dr. Ralph Bunche prevent the hill." But after his pathetic show- W1 i '. Hamilton and S. Green.
of the Municipal Audi-
star from Richmond Va. and John Kluge. presi- eu Some lucky purchaser of
torium from discrimina- ing in losing to Joey Giardello recently -
drew America's No. 1 dent of Metromedia, Inc. an admission ticket will

tennis ace Chuck Mc- as honorary cochairmanof ting and segregating.This even the proud and wiley Sugar Ray be awarded a radio.
facility owned by
Kinley as his opponentand the July 15th "Sa Robinson must know that "he's had it." Tickets may be purchasedat
the city and maintained -
suffered a painfularm lute to Joe Louis" to ;-- White and Sans Service
by city funds and rentals Sugar Ray in his prime was the. ring's
Injury. He was be tendered that boxing Station and Artistic Bar-
eliminated from the great by Metropolitan has long been the greatest fist fighter pound-for-pound. ber Shop.
center of a racial fightIn TENNIS AT KANSAS CITY is the topic of
singles play 6-3. 6-2. Broadcasting Television. Graceful as a ballet dancer and more
I 6-2. Former Postmaster the beginning a Ne- conversation here at the N.A.I.A. Champi-
gro could hardly enter deadly than a cobra the Sugar Man in let GoBY
Ashe had advanced .
General James A. Farley.
.f. ':' onships, held at the Rock Hill Tennis
through the first-tiro..... Bdxing Commissioner Melvin -: it the was, building not $in'use..even,.. when'He;'" his. hejday .was mfl;eJ fclus ve thAAc a q jgkqst! ->non Club. , ( left to right) are: Rkix' i!

rounds via impressive L. Krulewitch Mayor a windy night. Today, Ray, at 43 and
I wins. Robert Wagner and Ben- was then permitted to Julian Nicholas, Pepsi-Cola Co. co- BOB BREWSTEKSMttr
enter on a Jim Crow with more than 22 in the hard- OWfl_ ,
His play against Mc- net Korn. President of years sponsor of the event; Dal Bloss, Tourney JtO""",..r, M

Kinley was seriously Metropolitan Broad- basis sponsored to attend producedby function knock business, behind. him is but a Committee; Daniel Hoskins, player from FIND 'EM, THEN FISH

hampered his strainedarm. casting Television are F'uhtm't easy. Tindint fish Is
."I wanted to quit co-chairmen of the whites. Though there ghost of his old elf. To use a popular Texas Southern University and Rex Darling the tricky part.

was an elevator in the expression, Ray is just going throughthe This observation will take on
\ but I didn't he said. event. Tournament Chairman. more importance during the mm-
"I'm sorry this had to building and Negroeswere motion. mer months as many thousands
Limar Lviidy relegated to the 6f vacationing fishermen try
happen" today of all second floor they were Sugar, by instinct makes a few of his Grumbling Wrecked How their luck on strange waters.
days. successfully the obstacle of
Ashe's play in the NCAA Finds Niche not permitted to use old moves, but his overall performanceis'strictly"pantomine finding determines fish the is surmounted often

tourneyan.d his LOS ANGELES (ANP) the elevator. They could To make trip's success.
your Job of exploring
of the Robinson
Wimbledon! marks him Lamar Lundy, former All- under no circumstancesuse By Pro. Contracts ? the depths easier and quicker,
the that was.. Mercury outboard fishing ex.
a bright hope for Ameri- American end from Purdue auditorium for. once He 1s slow afoot and his perts outline several methods

r ca's return to inter- has finally found his all Negro functions.A reflexes are shot. Ray gets hits with that will be helpful.
national tennis niche with the Los court fight led by GRAMELING. LA. (SPECIAL) "top o' the morning" Your best bet. they say is to
pro- the late Rev. Rogers W. sucker punches today that he would have The 1963 Grambling grid each autumnal Sun- hire a guide or enlist the aid ofa
minence. Angeles Rams of the friend who knows the waters.
National Football League Coleman, made it possi- ducked by a mile in his prime. squad might be a bunchof day. If he cannot be with you each
ble for rag-tags and castoffsbut day. utilize his time in showing
Finds Lundy, who has played in Negroes to use Sugar offensive arsenal also is just Grambling has more you a variety of"hot spots." Fish
SponsorLOS 76 consecutive professional the place under limited Coach Eddie Robinsoncan players in pro football each only briefly then move to
conditions. They could about depleted. Ray is the man who made take justifiablepride than smallcollegein another suggested location. The
ANGELFS (ANP) games, began as any knowledge thus gained will be
A San Francisco breweryhas an offensive end when he not use it for the NAACP the rapid-fire, "shoe shine" style of in the fact that the country Invaluable on succeeding days.
nor for civil rights 16 ex-Tigers will answer When exploring alone keep
signed Charlie Fif- broke in with the Fans
punching famous. But today, Ray can't the alarm for Thomas TiesRussia's your outboard running. You'll
ford the nation's lead- in 1957. He was moved to meetings. The place was profes- have to cover a lot of territory

ing Negro...golfer. Sifford ';'d.ef.ensijs'-.end and then denied Negroes for a put together a decent combination. He sional football practice in order to pinpoint the places
"; favored by local anglers with
the first Negro to win a to defensive tackle. public meeting at which also punches consistently way off tar- this month. TopJumper years of experience.

PGA sponsored tournament .Rams coach Svare saw Thurgood Marshall then The announcement will You can either troll or drift
is NAACP chief counsel and get. probably find Robinson High slowly while casting shoreline
now 40th the of-
on "
enough of Lundy at stretches and points of land that
As I 'poIntedout in earlier column ,aging la the salt :of his
ficial PGA listing with tackle last year to now U.S. appeals judge an : appear promising. The old trickof
own tears in what is moving in reverse cuts speedto
winnings of 851872. decide. was the principal sPeak- any good middleweight--or welterweight, perhaps the most unen- LOS ANGFLESANP-Boston' 8 a minimum allowing yea to.
John Thomas tied with maneuver easily with one hand
ft ROYAL ART STUDIO er.Last week a threejudgeU.S. for that mat tar-who can harry Robinsonfor viable spot in the South- Russian high jumper Va- and cast with the other. It also
. western Athletic Con- permits you to maintain positionin
panel said "Time more than five rounds can defeat him lerly Brumael in the a wind.
515 IAYIS STREET ference.A .
has run out. There Is fourth annual Los Angeles Always ask plenty of question
him now. The great stamina that once year ago the Tigerswere gas stations tackle store.
friar Nor It lifec Prices no defense left no excuse Times Indoor Games: at the marina Resort operators whose
t was one of Ray's major fortes has been fat with success.Trailersized .
which businesses often depend
PUTS GARBS a court, Sports Arena here. upon
linemen fishing success of guests are
bound by the respect for dissipated.All The two tied at 7 ft.
good at thwarting a rush usually top source
l Militate-FMif &mps-CMs the rule of law. could % in. but Thomas won Take the Mercury folks' advice
a now recognize as a legal ... .., .\... ,this brings. ,.- up" an important question r sand. muderous at pressuring for fewer misses. : Remember that Brespeetiag
HACK & WHITE CILIRSEP1ATSNE passers tumbled precedes the catchl.... Map year
: Why does keep fighting?
justification for a Ray Amazing Marilyn White strategy accordingly and yowMI
city's continued segre__--Only..Robinson-knows the answer to that over each other while UCLA student who won the be able to spend more time fish.
.. flreshod runners pumped Ing where the catching Is gee4.LEARN .
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gation of governmental ; recent L.A.
I Quality PhotographsOHIRCKSWERI1M6SS8CIALS' facilities." question: T suspect, however, that he bright versatility into I

The three judges, J. is trying to stack up a tidy sum to invest the.wng-T attack.
Robinson stirred the explosive -
Minor Visdon of the U.S. after retirement. But time is mixture for a I
Fifth Circuit Court of
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running out on Ray. few more performances 62-2 season.
Appeals: and federal .
While this was not me
district court Judges such as the one against Giardelloiand
of his most productive
Robert A. Ainsworth.. he will not be bleto'command a
WREN Til ARE ilL and Prank B. Ellisruledthat productions
rice r a it worth h'is while to talent scouts signed
the unrestricteduse se a w it '
eight--count em--Tiger
You Seek The Best Doctor of the facilities by continue f fighting.Whatever stalwarts to American and

When Your Doctor Prescribes Negroes should obtain. his aim, I.suggest, both as National'Football League

Get Experienced Pharmacists Wilds This Clown contracts' .'
an observer, fan and critic of this
;.:<. ...According to your Doctor's Grambling had arrived as
i Orders. We Use only The 11 3& 19 once great fighting man, that he forget a potent football force,
Dr.. c. E. Black- A TRADEIn
Best Qiality DrugsProprietor 869 20 422 it.Make whatever adjustments are necessary but the pros and mass

i 9 S Ray and then bow out. graduation left little Six Short Months That
3 REGISTERED PHARMACISTS TO SERVE YOU chmce of recapturing any
A COMPLETE LINE OP 1 4 As one who has watched and marveled at of the by-gone glory.Old Will Be BENEFICIALFor

3 8 iRobinson's great boxing skills the grads everywhere
Cosmetics Rubber Goods Candies Sundries over
will. keep a stiff a LIFETIME
I PRESCRIPTIONS CALLED FOR AND DELIVEREDLilly's 51-91- 12 years, it is hard to say these harsh lip through the 63 upper campaign -

268- '56810Sometimes things: about him. But facts are stubborn while bragging JACKSONVILLEIARIER

: Drug Store he s up things. They can't be pushed aside.I about ex-Tigers in pro- COLLEGE INC.
Sometimes he's down fessional football.In .
gainsay Sugar
Ray for tryingto
1 He adds, subtracts spite of honest-to- 630 DAVIS ST. at BMVW
works it all around make an honest buck at the professionhe goodness mid-summer
1N7 KMtS HAS EL 3.1211 100% Air Ctiditimi(
t DUNG ATTRACTIONS knows best. I would have, however, to tears Robinson pointedout
5-41- 2& see him go out the hard way. that Tiger fans can JACKSONVILLE. FLIIIIAII

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[:: Miami has a fin claim to the mythical title of the gift shop aboard- the- liner Calypso which .. PROPOSED BUILDING c( .-

F' "nlte ,life capital of. the Negro entertainmentworld. makes daily trips to Bimlni for less than $10.00. x M-
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I r ." in fact, we feel that Miami has more Earl Jones, and John Cheeseborongh are fixtureson .

r than its fair share of musicians and spots. Second Avenue with "Cheese" still talking f '
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Dean of Miami night life is Clyde Kill ens of that talk. .

, the Knight Beat, located in the Sir: John Hotel It is almost impossible to, go to Miami without:

a: site. Clyde is one of the real oldtiaers in show running into "Geechie" Brown. Brown is the best : fFor .
'\t, Tomorrow"The .'
biz. Working with "The Glass" --as Clyde is
customer of spots on both sides of Second. Avenue.
i _
known, is the one and only Bobby Marshall, serv He" is also the leading. debater on all subjects.

ing as his emcee. Regulars at the eat" i n -"Judge" 1.1."Ralph: Eugene f'' Maultsby' >comes over

elude the famous "Brown Beauties," the lovely briefly each day to eat. The' "Judge" is residing I :

Sir John's Dancers. Among members of the troupeis on Miami Beach and is prepping'-for the bar exams F

Jacksonville's Vanilla "Spooky" leaver to be given next month. Willie Prank Cannon is

,. Williaos. Other ambers of the line are Ernestine doing a variety of things. In addition to teachinghe

,. Meloy, Tina Peree and Minnie Lee Milton. George is the bettor's only friend at Plagler and

Patterson, is featured soloist with the group. Biscyane Kennel Cl bs. Wife Ruth and both of the k
I ,:, ___ _.._ i q y Ma.R+lf
The' costumes and choreography are all tq>s. Incidentally Cannon lassies are fine* rjt! '

,the Knight Beat is decorated in a sort Joe Smith, brother of Prank Smith and Sarah
of fedual lord's castle motif. All around are re- : ,
Pitts. .operates a.thriving. service stationin_. --- -- -- --- -- -------- -- ---' -- -

minders of the days when knighthood was in flower. Liberty City. In addition, Harold Bennett, and "TOGA bay camp j for boys and girls between the Green, Carlton Wells, Regina Guinyard, Donna

When you walk in the Sir John lounge, watch out 4'Baby"Ruth Lewis are on the set. JUles Williams ages of 4 and 7 has completed its fifth week of James, Jordena Copeland, Dehlallhan Frisom,

when you call "Mary. There's "Mary" Number plays; organ at the Knight Beat. His wife, the one operation under the direction of Mrs. GloriaB. Matthew Merchan, Tommy Barton, Leroy Lecaa, David

One and Mary Number Two working there. To add fuel and only Willie Lee, is still belting out a song Fort and Mrs. Eliza Atwater. Activities include Green; Back row, from left: Mrs. Verdell Norman,

to the fire, there's Marree Early, who is the in torrid fashion.The swimming, soccer, nature lore and field volunteer camselor; L'Merchie Frazier, Barbara

former Marree Grant. She attended Stanton High best-dressed man in Miami is the sneak there trips to interesting places. Parents may enroll Hargrave,Rhonda Blalock, Gregory Johnson, Charles

School. Marree is also a part-time model. Our old who sneaked in our man Al, Crawford's. room at a their children for the last week of camp 'on Hall,, La Rahn Prison, Linda Howard, Joyce Linda,
friend Ida Moore is still holding forth behind downtown Miami.hotel and .aide'off with seven' J Monday"norning; .at the YMCA branch office, 5700 Hammond, Sheron Fort, Carroll Lewis, Bernadette I
Ir. ..
the Sir John Bar. Her son, Alfred Williams, a fronts. He left the shoes and a pair of pants. Cleveland Road. Siown front row, from left are: Session, Monja 'Mitchell, "Mil 11 dent Norton, Mrs.
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Morehouse student, is working on the Sir John Orchids to Claude Hilliard and Arthur Madry. Both Raymond Fort, Jr., Kerwin Jones, Susan Herchan, Gloria Fort and Renae Davis. Not shown is Mrs. '

desk at night. My, bow time flies. parties were recently given well and long deserved Carey Baker Dewey Fort, Vickie Wilson Roslyn Viola Dickerson, volunteer counselor. fj fjvv

The' name Rene is well known around Miami night promotions. Other in the latest
promotions I .. Police Reports***:**! J
life. There's Billy Rolle, schoolteacher and band group of educational boosts are being soundlyand Harris Girls .

leader at the "Soul Room" of Club 77. Another roundly discussed in many quarters. Talk to COMMON) LAW TROUBLEA Lillie M. stabbed him lice repqrted.

hammer settled a fight with a broken Coco Mcwhite said he was
First Cola
Rolle plays' nightly at the famous Harlem Squareand the South is especially loud. U.S.'s
last Sunday between a man bottle. walking in the 900 block
Percy Rolle is manager of the Sir John Lounge. .. . .
W. D. Sweet, John Hart and Aaron Twiggs are just CHICAGOANPThequadruplets and his common-law wife of W. 5th Street last

,Percy is a cousin of Billy. The largest; member few of the teachers who are vacationing in Brew- girls born last Sunday; police re- SEXTET BEATS. Friday night and six unknown -
of the clan is "Mr. Music" himself Roy Rolleof ster Hcspital. Twins is scheduled to home this ported. men jumped on him
go to 19 old Mrs.
year .
Police said Mrs. Gussie Charlie McWhite.; 24."f'; beat him up and took his
Tallahassee and the FAMO 0>11 eg1 ans. week. Delores,Harris here recently Harris 33. of Davis St. .1631 W. 11th Street "was wrist watch and billfold. ,
victim 'of a'
Wilma Coleman, a pretty barmaid from Cocoanut Members of,'the class of 1941' from tld" Stan-- are more unusual Apt. 2, stated that she a recent
and her common-law hus- strong arm robbery, po-
Grove, took a busdrl yer' a holiday and had one on ton High had a ball last week. One of their than doctors at first band got into an argument ROOMS FIR RENT.NiceConvenient \1

the way home at the Sir John Bar. Man-about-town ,classmates returned fO.r her first visit in years thought. and he took the ass eAdvertising Lo-

is County Detective Kimbrough, who is a typical and she was warmly received. Hathaway. Stafford, Tests have indicatedthe head.hammer and hit her on the cation-Call E1 3-3521 I

Miaalan. By this we mean that he is a transplant.He Jimmy: Thompson, William Scott and the rest of the four are identical, PIANI WANTED
She was taken to Duval RENT
originally hails from New Haven Connecticut..., fellows in the class don't mind'letting fdk know making them the first Medical Center by police Mon- Party Will Pay CASHf
5 Rm
The golden voice you hear when you call Al Sj- that they finished high school 22 years ago but we quadruplets of thistype car. Police said they need PianoCall:
arrested Johnnie Walker crief-5940 Flicker Ave.- SP 14290
monette's Sherman Hotel belongs to Helen Brooks. had better not list the names of all of those i
born in the
ever. 45, same address and 6-8a.m,8-10p.m.Po 5-7725 PJ1ao T IiII I IIpIkS
You can't visit the Sir John without meeting "25 year, old'* girls. Note: The quotes refer toa United States. Chances charged him with aggra-
f> '* "** Special Summer Rates
"Teach." That's our pet name for Julie Wells. fictitious remark. of ,Identical quadruplets vated assault. The woman mmm FORRIKT 9 14290
was charged with disorderly 3 Bdrms-Down-Gas-Hot Wtr
Miss Wells is a music grad of Northwestern U. and We met two persons with unusual occupations last according to medical conduct and
Westside-No Children
is employed in the Dade County School system. week. Chester A. James, Jr. is 'an instructor in authorities are one in fighting. i Earn Cash Selling the
4-3720 I
She hails from Savannah, Ga. and worked all over Patrolmen Robert L. 12.50 Wkly-El
Nursing Education at the University of Mlami.He is 3,000,000.The Florida Star Newspapers-
Jenkin and Robert George
the globe in government schools. "Teach" is a APARTMENT FOR RENT 2117 Wlshart StreetOr
connected with the U.' of M. Hospital.Chester hails fact that the quads, investigated. I
Call PI 9-1271
permanent guest at the Sir John and her favorite from CoatsvillePa.and is a U.of Penn graduate. are identical may be .. . 2 Rms-Nicely Furn-$12.50
Wkly-Also Rm for Sgl Man *
pastime is deflating males who preach a doctrineof Eloise Morris is really doing 'a "mansized"job. life-saving. Tissuescan PAIR HOSPITALIZED Sirvkts
1774 & 1778 Spires Aye- Sound Service for Advertising -
"How Great I amness." She is manager of the large Sir John Hotel be drafted or transplanted FOLLOWING FIGHT
d: 3-9942 Dances, Ball

Time may pass in Miami and persons may go and complex. I -mean the club, ,bar, icafe, pool, hotel from, one, to Miss Lillie M. Ray, 22. ... Games, etc. Also' LoudSpeaker

come but Mr. Photog himself C. A. Adams is still and whole shebang. We have met few women in positions another and blood tran- of 1577 W. 32nd Street JOHNNIE'S ROOMING: .HOUSEJOHNNIE' SerYice'for
S ROOMS-All Banquets, Concerts,
a part of the Miami scene. of this type. Eloise' is a native of Miami z fusions can be, made, told in-law police and her sister brother-were Modern Furn-H&C Wtr- Record Hops etc.

This week, he was busy snapping pictures of the but lived in Gotham for many years. For 15 years without complication.The fighting on the beach Free TV in Every Room El 3-5902-SOUND SERVICE_

beauties in the Miss Universe Contest. she was employed by the New York telephone company babies are expectedto last Monday and when they 225 East Union Street Hi FISItIOll
returned home the fighting -
HOMETOWN CHATTER You cannot take a step up ; and worked up thai ladder. The desire to go home within a FOR RENTNew
started all over, APARTMENT Beauty Aid
Second or Third Avenue unless you see a familiar look after Mom brought her home again. week or, 10 days. The police said. Unfurn One Bdrm. Apt.

face. At one time folk would say, "'hen'Ou miss Alvin James, pride of "Jacksonville's finest," Harrises are moving Police said Robert Lee Ii tc. Equip-Hot Wtr. Htr. Call p 0 5949lHalrstyl1ngPerHBeot
Jackson beat his wife Htr. Full Tile Waves,
someone, go to New York" Now they say', "Go to is vacationing in Miami. Some of his ctl ork rs' ,into a larger apartmentto and hit his sister-in-law & Space
Bth. 431 W. 18th St. Apply Tinting and Dyeing. Open
Miami." say that Alvin is 'Dr. Alvin James while on-va-: accomodate their on the left arm. right 1643 Main Street Grocery. ,
--. .:" :. -";, ;i1 thigh and leg with a Jack Dally, 7:30 a.m. Until?
Dominant'figure on the scene ,is Edward "Buck cation. ',, i f.. > f ; :4 family: increase.
handle. It was also reported LEO'S SHOE REPAIR Mrs. Rose Robinson, Mrs.
wheat" Rice. Lottie Hutcheson is working on that he struck his .
Ricky Is.Okiy Maltonia Byrd,IIt a GerriBryant
Second Avenue. Claudia Clark is chief barmaid and Committee Named Principals mother-in-law in the Shoe Repairing
Mrs. Clemmle
Nancy formerly of Manuel's is package store clerkat Of Any kinds
Hunter H. BatterPORT
(Ricky) PIERCE---Former ApprovedBy The investigating officers Jenkins. Mrs. Callie
Mo s on the corner of Second Avenue and 7th white Jr.. the son of Dr. Fort Pierce News pub- said when they I Our Only Business (

Street. Then there's Betty Walker in the China- and Mrs. unter Satter- Usher H. T. Eons Jr. Trustees arrived at Duval Medical Jackson, Proprietor.
white Sr., was released was the fifth white Center they found RobertL. 845 Florida Aveue 4414 Moacrlef Road 1
man* s, Leon "Leekie" Simmons is manager of a from local
a hospital Administrative transfersand
member appointed to Jackson there with a
bar-b-que spot on Second Avenue. this week after having Port Pierce's bi-racial promotions were approved stab wound on the right MONCRIEF & EDGEWOOD I

Marian Green's sifter Juanita LaCong is running undergone an operation committee Tuesday by Monday by Duval side of his neck. Jackson
--j for minor surjery. Mayor ,L. A. 0Laughlin School Trustees Involving said his sister-in-la. Super Markets i!
IMPERIAL SINIRI.ES tfeveral schoolprlncl"'la'
4 Phone PS 5-9494 :
Patent MedicinesCosmetics i INDEPENDENT CO. MOVIE GUIDE ,
Arthur Madry, "principal
All Leading Hair
Car. BROAD AND at -Jo hn % 5oral o : Stirtisg SundaySTRAND WATERMELONS
ASHLEY EL 4-2159 ,
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principal at Darn 11- Nick TOMES ;
Ik* Joseph -----------7------- Proprietor
S State and Jefferson Streets El 6-9432 Cookman; Mrs.from Estelle teaching 3 for $1.00 aid 2'C
.19.tCehte Lovingood, Ms Presley up 3 I.
principal at Arlington
j Elementary to principalat TREE RIPENED 10e 5 16s. HI IAIIIY {{

Myrtle Arc and Adams Phone! EL 4-1468 SptritiilUt ad Adiis East Jacksonville Elementary "THE WORLD'S FAIR" PEACHES
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FAMOUS FOTY4ffl0S MULLET ROW If You Need Help to from principal at
YELLOW TAIL I MEDIUM MULLET u. 2oc Overcome Bad Luck Oi U nd 4S3riicipal at OF THE. TURKEY 39t R 52ft !

FLOUNDIR IB.FttJH 49''C MULLET' u.2ScSILT Spells, br Erfl :Influences ford;- 7 .J rlnclpalDarnellCookaan ---------- 15lj rBlIUIiG is i
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llooMhl A_..-. Seem to Be Crossedin v Ford; Claude Billiard, WORLD OF STSFRESH r..

BLACK MEDIUM DRUM . LB. 29e Luck Sick in from assistant, principal DR. MO RGUS" BABY FRESH 7'

IN 10 LB. LOTS . . . LB. 25c Body or Mind I Can at Isaiah Blocker to See Instant People 19C

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SPECKLED TROUT . . . Lb. 65c the One You Love Changed? I teacher at Pine Forest to Victor Matare

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KING CRAB LEGS . . .U. $1.25 I'C
Hardest, That is SUccessful You Must Have POEMS SET II -USIC .b.

LIVE CRAB DEPARTMENT .Peg. $1.00 Luckl! DO NOT DELAY--Record Unbeaten By I till Set Tour Poems toMusicCan SKYVIEWDriveIn 16.

TRU>VAL SHRIMPORAMA SALE Anyone. .Cose With or Without Money... Tell Contact Pub- BLUE PLATE 6 H

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