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Title: The Florida star
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Publisher: S.W. Harmon
Place of Publication: Titusville Fla
Creation Date: July 27, 1963
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Wnat a beautiful pool Miss Harrie Earlyis
standing besides..Just makes you feel like AnotherProtesting Miami 'First' llDEMOCRACY t ,'

\ Jumping in.The pool is located in Miami's famed 't>ir I It

John Hotel and Miss Early a native of Savannah OF LAW SCHOOL SUIT I II I
formerly lived in Jacksonville serves as hostess at I
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(Florida STAR photo by Al Crawford) Telephone Company TargetOf Rape Hearing's

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t-' Suit DimissalIs

New Demonstration PolicyFailure Circumstances

Miami ErasesIts SoughtAt StrangeDAYTONA ....,... I
of various concerns--supported by Appear
Florida A. and M. millions of Negroes dollars annually--to BEACH---An

Segregated provide job opportunities for qualified alleged rape victim' / ,,.,. ,

TALLAHASSEEStateAtty. Negroes, resulted ink the resumption of accusing of a new : .
Gen. Richard demonstrations by Jax NAACP members Monday suspect after having I "'-" .r i 4

Employment PoliciesMIAMI Ervin sought dismissalof when picket lines were thrown around the identified another per- !
a suit to close down Jacksonville Unit of the Southern Bell
son of a knife-point ...;r.-
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Telephone
under administration The sample review PIIda A. and M.'s Company.A attack leaves an aura .. -,
among firm in its refusal to ......
t, orders announcedby other, white patrolmen Law:;school Monday in local NAACP spokesmantold of mystery as to what .t. ,. '
City Manager Melvin disclosed that 90-per' Leon Circuit Court. the STAR this week hire Negroes althoughone actually happened--if IN ACTION---Another step toward democracy -

Reese last Saturday the cent of those inter- Filing the suit -on' that meetings with' local of its main sourcesof anything. was made in Miami last week when City Manager

City of Miami eliminated viewed believed that the behalf of the State officials of concerns revenue stems from First to be charged Melvin Reese ordered and end to discriminatory

all racial barriers in new order would prove Board of Control: Cabi- have merely resulted in the United 'States with the wooded area practices in employment and facilities. Patrolman

police city employment more harmful than bene- net Board of Educa- delaying tactics and Government. Its local attack of a 16-year old Robert Ingram, formerly assigned to the "rfecroprecinct"

and facilities.In ficial. tion and Comptroller, lack of concern by the* policy still refuses to high school girl and to patrol the colored areas is seen

reporting the rulingto Ray Green and Treasurer leaders. recognize an order by released Monday was19year at his new post in downtown Miami at Second
CIVIL SERVICE STATUS official skid- the President Commit-
the Dade County Community -, Edwin Larson, Ervin The NAACP old David Avenue and Flagler Street. He is getting some
I that when the tee on Equal Job Opportunity
Relations Board Larson Ervin said that organiza- Mims. pointers from fellow patrolman Al DeleqM, feo
Reese also stated that and the Govern-
tion agreed to halt
City Manager Melvin plaintiffs seeking to Arrested Monday, fol- doesn't seem to object to'working Side- pde
Reese told the body that laborers employed by the demonstrations in an effort ment Contracts Commit-
close the all-Negro lowing a week of investigation with a fellow American.
the latest farreachingmove 'city now have civil ser- to provide a better tee the source added.
: school have no standing was Willie
has been achieved vice status thus elimi- working climate so thata Other demonstrations {
since the is Youth Demonstrations Hit
court withact Lee Ramp Jr. who
!I since his appointment to nating the major segre- ,aut ,jUrisd4()..IA-J to bi-racial group. :mightirorkwtowa 'planned by the NkACPfii'be"dScl' ,waived 'pre ULminaryhearingbefore : ,.._.',. '
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gation problems ;; sed'during
his present post in especially + g common \ .si.
in that the State 'Justice, Augustine Gainesville 1 1It
March 1960. among Negro employes. goal the elfonftmerely a public mass..aeeting, .
Legislature appropriatesthe of Peace Charles Luke.
..further for
stating resulted in unfulfilled scheduled 4 p.m.
NEGRO PRECINCTS funds to run the He was held without might be noted this week that Justice two
that many Negroes are promises which have yet Sunday in Tabernacle f
school. sword still when it to interpreting -
bond to circuit court. edged prevails comes i
ABOLISHED holding hithertofore Union
now to be met. Baptist Church.
similar situations of the law. I
Reese told the Board unobtainable super- The suit seeking The local telephone and Spearing Sts. at Pair Captured -. -. .- .- -. ;
that abolition of Negro visory positions.He Closing of the school company the spokesman which1 time a progress Cases in mind took placeat

police precincts taking went on to say that was instituted by four continued, still remains report will be announced. After StationIs almost identical timesin St. AugustineDemonstrations

effect during the fiscal many employes who were Miamians, former Cir- St. Augustine and

year beginning Oct. 1. pensioned after periodsof cuit Judge Stanley Mill Two Held For Investigation RobbedHeld Gainesville where Juveniles -

has been provided for in lengthy service are ddge, attorneys Tobias Joining in NAACP ;

the budget and was recommended now receiving monthly Simon, Howard Dixon In Of Miami Housewifetacked in city Jail on Youth Council protests On Incrttsf
Rape
after a survey checks approved by the and Dr. John 0. charges of petit larcenyin against respective chal- 7 Youths Detained

I made by the International ,city commission.Optional Brown. MIAMI Two men were them police the alleged robberyof lenging of segregationin
said only $37 from a local ser- their ST. AUGUSTINE Local ,
Association of Chiefsof group medical insuranceis Plaintiffs charged this week with areas were
said.
Police thus reducing offered to laborers'dependents five of the allNegrolaw the rape of a 19 year The husband was beaten vice station are Ralph picked by police.In Negroes, irritated by

duplication in facili- he pointedout. school 37 graduateshave old South Dade housewife unconscious and his wife Flemming, 645 S. Lin- Gainesville, after officials refusal demandsfor to
arbitrate their
ties and personnel ef- passed the state police reported. coln Cti and Sinclair being quest tined by: local
was driven away in thebandit' elimination of local
ficiency. Reese further noted bar since 1954 and Suspect Boast LasterJr. Johnson of 623 Dewdrop police the youths were
s car. la allphases
segregation
POLICE REACTIONSA that he was ashamed to that it has cost the .. 19. of 709 SW Lucy She reported only one Street. turned over to Juvenile
community
survey among white that the changeswere state $200,000 per Police reported sta- authorities and were then :
say St. was already in the of the men raped her mrrched 100 strong to
attendant RobertA. turned over to the cus- ,
policemen on affects of pointingout. tion
necessary, lawyer. county Jail when the and that she escaped by the
county jail area
the new order revealed is Caldwell said he was tody of their parents.
"The Negro
.
rape charge was placed.He biting the hand of the Tuesday night to protest
Urban
that one traffic patrolman treated'in exactly in Leofue had been picked up man who was holding her outside talking to his However in St. Augustine detention of seven Negro -

with five years of the same manner as the within an hour after the Metro Detective Rank wife at about 6 p.m. the situation was

service has resigned his white employe and thereis Not OpposingMarch attack at 12:30 a.m. Selsky quoted Laster as Wednesday when he heard reversed when several ticipating teenagers la a for pieket par-

Job when it was announced no rule policyor Saturday because of a saying both men raped youths were detained by line.

that two Negro ordinance or law,in the To D.C. fight in a Florida City her. Juvenile authorities This new disruption IB
officers would replacetwo city of Miami to en- causing protest demonstrations
Fight
(Bar ) community relations toe
white officers in courage segregation or WASHINGTON-)---The by adults
Metro officers arrested
the downtown area. discrimination." Washington branch of the v five of whom were arrested place Tuesday sight
Laster when they were after Juvenile Court
Urban League pledged by police.In .
HAS AnnouncesJob JicksoR Filts its support this week called to break up a Gainesville many Judge Charles C. MathisJr.
the Street
fight in Lucy
who also serves as
restaurants have integrated -
to the scheduled marchon
Openings ElictioN Slit Washington. Bar in Florida City. and the Tenth county jadce, ce acted

Homicide detectives Council demonstrations the 14 to 16 years old

The Naval Air Stationat IM Hih Covrt last A statement week by the issued League working around the clock are merely in a "aopud'stage Negro youth parents inan
Jacksonville has announced were questioning resi- the few attempt to have them
Basing his contentionon branch scotched widely dents of the Florida against
a new examination I c-ooperate in preventing
facilities still maintaining -
that circulated rumors that when
the assumption City-Homestead area
for stenographerand segregated services the youths from joining
typist. Negroes were disen- the Urban League was Laster's name came up. future demonstrations.The .
local
a source
The results of the franchised a recent the only one of the It was then that officers SINCLAIR JOHNSONthe stated. youths continued to

examination will be used House of Representatives major civil rights learned he was cash register bell demonstrate and the

to fill vacancies in all election. Atty. organizations which did already in jaIl. Laster ring and saw the two Hearing FreesAttendant Judge ordered the de-

federal agencies in the Ernest D. Jackson filed not approve of the BOAST LASTER confessed and Implicated suspects flee from inside tained.

counties of'Baker, Bradford suit in U. S. Supreme demonstration. Bar. His confession implicated Bryant. Selsky said. the station. An NAACP spokesman tell

Clay. Duval. Court this week asking Leaders of the League the second can Errant was arrested at Caldwell said he pur- A service station attendant the STAR Tweeds night

Nassau, and St. John. that local election here emphasized that Reid Henry Bryant, 21. his home by Seksky and sued the pair and asked who while on duty that a 10-year old white

Florida; 'tam den and procedures be re the planned demonstration of 1255 Redland Road. Detective Bruce Berry. several people along shot and killed an armed youth was picketing with

Glynn. Georgia. viewed. will be orderlyand The woman and her hus- Bryant's car was pro- the way to help him. bandit July 18. was some strikebound Florida

Beginning salary ranges Jackson, a candidatefor without violence and band were reported cessed by the crime Some 20-persons were cleared of charges following East Coast Railroad

from $68 to $79 per week the House of Rep- that such a peacefuldemonstration parked at a rockpit off laboratory for possible said to nave Joinedthe a coroner's Jury workers Tuesday, and

The Civil Service Commission resentatives from District is in Redland Road near SW evidence. chase before Pleasing hearing last Saturday when Ute NAACP reported

has lowered the 2a predominatelyNegro keeping with the currentdemonstrations 354tt St. in Florida Bins Okiy was caught by Asst. State Atty. Nathan the incident to the

age limit to 16 for high district, further now City when two men at- Ricky Sirles of 2227 Schevitz said.Johnson authorities, the yo.th

school graduates who contends that after going on throughout I Following four days of W. 10th St. and Kenneth 40, of 931 was turned over to the

otherwise meet exaatnat being declared winnerin the country.The .I physical checkups at Barber of 2326 Kings Davis St. shot and eesiody: of his parents.

b1 requirements. the primary race on League said: "It ;- Mayo Clinic in Rochester, Rd. Johnson, who wascaught killed Frank Gossett Jr.. The NAACP official also

Interested persons may district basis, he was has been clearly statedby '" Minn. last week. Mayor by: Pete Lazzeriof 37. of 1970 Leonard reported another _-

obtain application forms forced to face Tom the sponsors of the :: '-.:'.-i Hay don and Mrs. Burns 2203 Kings Rd. He Circle when Gossett attempted dent wherein severalwhite

,and information at any Greene in the runoff activity that this is -4 "!, returned to the city had the money in his to rob him at a Javeailoc abe h+d

po office or the Naval being conducted undera not designed as a march last Saturday both pocket police reported. 1415 Myrtle Ave. service engaged IB a reported'

Air Station. Jackson- countywide.vote. :"on Ci ngress. Individualsand being given a bill of station. shooting incident with

ville. Joined in his suit by delegations will good health by medical WATCH THIS C10WHIlti With the gun trainedon Negroes youth and they
.
Applications should be Elcee Lucas, J. J. arrange visits with rJ- experts. him, Johnson pulleda also were tailed over to

filed with ExecutiveSecretary. Lane and E. 0. Simpson their Senators and Sources close to the gun from his pocket their parents.The .
Board of u.s. his latest A hand while ooaoladed
Jackson further Representatives after Mayor define I with his right official
Civil ,Service Examiners, claims that his 'defeat which there wil be a move as aa assurance of be brushed aside the that present iaataaeee.

U.S. Naval Air stationor was in violationof rally at the Lincoln I" plans to engage in a .. B8ISJ holdup man's gun with of what he termed -

The Examiner in the 14th Amendment Memorial where distinguished rigorous campaign during his left and meanwhile way Jostle" will be
Charge. Main Post Office leaders will the 1964 gubernatorial (See Page 11)) pumped two shots into the goal of stepped Pprotests
to the U. S. Constitution -
REID JmRt BRYANT
Jacksonville, and the State. speak. race. the bandit' chest by the NAACP


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::.; .- President's Committee Discontinues .
ERIC I. SIMPSON.Junto HHifAIYSM ,j. Z I ; !
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_: Relationship Biased Companies
THE WHITE MEN OF ::4 : >' t
E. WISE I .Niws EWir F
TUB STATE HAVE A Responding to the recent request of the
'. RIGHT TO RESORT TO :
HIM WHTEN....................CkMtetiH IHller ANY MEANS AT THEIR President's Committee on Equal Employment
COMMAND TO STOP .
NEGROES f Opportunity, the Civil Service Commission I

MAW If f ICE & PUNT :. ji :l has directed Federal agencies to discon- I

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that operate on a
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MAILING AilRESS: ry- discriminatory basis. The
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P. Box 561, Jacfcssiiillt 1, Florida recruiting instructions are t

effective immediately; the
SUBSCRIPTS RATES ,
training regulations take
One Tear. $6.00 Half Tear. $4.00 -
Mailed to Too Anywhere in the United States S effect with courses that \

Subscription Parable in Advance begin after August 15. SIMPSON t
Send Check or Honey Order to:
The new recruitment instructions require
FLORIDA STAR P.O. BOX 561 \\J
Jacksonville 1 Florida that agencies immediately stop any refer- 1

4 ral or recruiting arrangements that they
WHIT .su- .. erA z I
Kennedy. Popular, Muslims Disliked MACY HATE wOtFF4fE AR R RI may have with private employment agencies .

or business, secretarial, trade,and similar '
First Major Negro Poll RevealsThe
.t private schools that operate on a racially \ :

most comprehensive survey ever takenof discriminatory or segregated basis. Under );

American Negro attitudes and thoughts the instructions, agencies may continue to (
SEGREGATIONIST POLITICIANS PLATFORM. HOW WHO INCITES VIOLENCE?
revealed that NegroesDo : accept applications from students and '
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-- not hate the white man but believe former students of all schools. However, \
t- - - -
that only one out of every four whites agencies will not be able to make recruit- ,

sincerely wants to see Negroes get a better ing visits to these sources, or arrange
Your Weekly i
break. for the referral of applicants or accept

--Would today elect John F. Kennedy over- ::. referrals from prohibited sources.

whelmingly against any Republican in sight., : The regulations on training of Federal
Guide
--Are prepared to picket, sit in, boycott & Horoscope employees bar agencies from using any non-

products, and even go to jail to gain 2*i Government facility that discriminates in

integration. \ any way in either the admission or subse-
PABLO The
I Iy ASTROLOGER
--Overwhelmingly disapprove of the Black :: quent treatment of students.

Muslims. :.--- WHICH ARE YOUR" LUCKY DAY FOR : AFL CIO Initiates Stepped Up j
--Think the Supreme Court school decision -

of 1954 triggered the current civil /c BUSINESS LOVE TRAVELARIES Program Against I Discrimination i i t i

rights drive. j AFL-CIO President George Meany appointeda

The survey was ublished in the current special five-man committee to step up

issue of Newsweek magazine and was made Born March 21st thru CANCERBorn Born Sept. 23rd thru CAPRICORN the labor movement's campaign against

for the magazine by the noted public April 19thPossibilities June 22nd thru Oct. 23rd Born Dec. 22nd thru discrimination.The .
for July 22nd It's hard for you to
ro-
opinion analyst Louis Harris and his staff. toe the mark when those Jan. 19thI committee's first task Meany said
carre! at tconing: parties watch out you don't t
in authority call the may seem as if would be to work with ,
Negro interviewers were used. tempt you to go intc debt earn the reputation of there's never enough Administration of-

President Kennedy's popularity among to make a big splash. If being a street angel and disagree turn, not with because:rules you and money to do the thingsyou ficials to mount a campaign in 30 to 40 I

Negroes was rated virtually on a par with you earn the luxuriesyou home devil; apply someo regulations but you'd want. If you'll stop major cities to "wipe out discrimination
need do little '
or e. t the charm. dispense to
you think' it's
Just
that of Martin Luther King and the NAACP. extra, at hone to Justify"a v' even-,'dn casual rather be trusted to set % as wherever it exists--on: the Jobs in the
your' standards. Instead easy to want and enjoy, .
own -
Almost nine out of every ten Negroes believe hike in your allowance, strangers on y cur long- what you can afford. Plan schools in the voting booth in the housing -
you'll have a much of sulking, talk
Kennedy has done a good job and 82 better time. Put on suffering family. Maybe things over to win the something important on developments stores theaters or
your you are misunderstood, the home base midmonthand
per cent believe his re-election would best bib and tucker fdr when have for freedom you seek. Prove recreation areas."
.to
you nag
get others to share
you can handle it by
further help Negroes. No Republican candi- the big show midmontb. what you want. If it keeping well within not only the expense but tIn a real sense Meany said. 'this

date mentioned can now claim more than 3 skill If you've to put some on display special, came too easily, you bounds as strict as the records, the food and will be a campaign for the only kind of
might take too much for the
favors. The more who
per cent of the Negro vote. you are way ahead. granted at the wrong others might impose. You have a chance to share, citizenship an American should understandfull
The sorrowful affairs are capable of superlative -
This may well support GOP conservatives friend in distress ofa times and places.You achievements in your the more successful it -- citizenship."

who would write off the large urban centers could spoil your day. It can do as much as field when you exert can be. You have excellent The committee, which will be chaired by
you please when do
you aspects indicatingthat
and try to win the next Presidential e- may be up to you to try not overstep the boundsof yourself sufficiently. Meany includes AFL-CIO SecretaryTreasurerWilliam
you can achieve
and restore the balance. look around for new op- your
lection in the South and the West. The conventional behavior portunities. ultimate aims. One of F. Schnitzler; Walter P. Reughter.

The newsweek poll showed a negligible 820111853821TAURUS respect earning of the those affection who are an 6-40-66-13-25-641 sound the methods savings needed program.is a president of the Industrial Union Depart-

difference between Goldwater and Rockefeller dearest to your heart. 5-30-22-16-75-532 ment, C. J. Haggerty. president of the
Born April 20th thru
, --2 per cent against 3 per cent.Nor 26088193428LEO SCORPIOBorn Building Trades Department and A. Philip
May 20th
1 would any Republican get even half the Oct. 24th thru AQUARIUS Randolph, president of the Brotherhood of
Just because some boon V Nov. 22nd Born Jan. 20th thru -
share of votes Negroes claim they gave companion lends an ear Born July 23rd thru Feb. 18thBe Sleeping Car Porters. Reuther and Ran-

Nixon in 1960. .to your complaints and Aug. 22nd The best things in life, dolph are vice presidents of the AFL-CIO.

gripes doesn't mean your so the song goes are your own advocate Meany immediately notified
to the rank
Negroes, according poll, Consistency may be the President
loyalty should go in free, but not in your when appealing to the
Robert Kennedy highly they do the hob-golbin of little Kennedy that the committee stood
i as as that direction insteadof minds, but not being book. If you want to powers that be. That'sthe ready to

President, while a separate poll of Negro the folks at home. able to make up your keep up with your social one way; to be sure It work with his Administration in "a major

leaders showed they rated the Attorney Make up your mind the mind about whom to trust hopes and plans it has won't be misrepresentedor effort to abolish "discriminatory prac-
rules set by the powers and whom to keep clearof to cost money. The right give the wrong impression -
.f General even higher. that be are for your can be a giveaway of play clothes tickets and of what you're tices in these areas. He recalled that the

President Kennedy also scored as the most protection, not Just to something rse distrust fares to the fun places* after. You may have a few President had committed himself to suchan
cramp your style and the seem to cost more each on your team who are
of
popular of the last four presidents with your own Judge- assault on discriminatory practices
,i whole picture looks dif- ment that it's never time you meet the tab-and carrying their share of
, 73 per cent of Negroes (48 per cent noai- ferent. With resentment wise to let on to others yet if you would hold the load but chances are during what the President has called

nate Eisenhower as the president who did gone the decks are Try to grt the "feel"of your own against the competition they are few and far "this summer of determined effort."
cleared for a good time. grin and between. You'll be blamed
least for them in the past 30 years). Whether you figure among people and things pay Special staff will be recruited from the
It is useless if anything
around you so you can up. to goes wrong
Negroes are wholeheartedly committed to the Taureans who have trust your intuition fume and fret when you so you'd better accept international union affiliates and assigned -

integration and advancement of their found fulfillment or dispel the fog of need- feel hampered or unableto full responsibility. to the committee, Meany said.In .
i
among others who have less worry. Feek the com- make the desired pro-
rights without violence, but one in five not it is possible that 4-70-33-13-93-751 addition.Meany said, he has Instructedthe
pany of people who are gress. A great deal of
believes violencd is inevitable.The the events that have the least wear and tearon planning is needed now, directors of key AFL-CIO departments

Newsweek survey would indicate that transpired during the your nerves. to work closely with this special staff.
I preceding quarters were 350331353351VIRGO PISCES
: more than 100,000 Negroes have participated for your own ultimate 9-30-22-17-48-932 The directors of the legislative, political -
Born Feb. 19th thru
J in sit-ins, marched in demonstrations good. March 20th education public relations, worker -

J or picketed a business establish- 6-30-99-16-824)39) Born Aug. 23rd thru SAGITTARIUSBorn Just because something education, publications and research

1 ment. It is probable that 5 million have Ir Sept. 22nd Nov. 23rd thru you'd been planning fora departments have been instructed to work
GEMINI Here come the fabulous Dec. 21stIn long time doesn't workout
boycotted a product or a store. Almostone "Joneses" to tempt you donut get the idea closely with the staff committee and to
r Born May 21st thru
, out of every two Negroes says he is June 21st from the straight and your brash and Ingenuous there's some sort of assign whatever manpower may be neceeeary

ready to protest even if it means going narrow path of thrift way. you can trip Jinx. More Likely it's to implement its work.
It's pleas ante r to play into spending wore than yourself up if you talk your guardian angel on
to' Jail. than to work when the you can afford to keepup out of turn, make con- deck to save you disappointment Meany said reports he had received fro* .

The Black Muslims are not even known to sun's shining. If you with then. You have fidantes of the wrong keep your his earlier directive to the AFL-CIOs

41 per cent of American Negroes. Of the don't get your work out no dearth of other people or relay rumors heart whole and fancy- state and city central bodies, urging ,4
of the way. you'll be friends to choose from that turn out to be free for what might
remainder, who say they are acquainted stuck with an unwelcome though competition from wrong. So make sure you break for you midaonth.A establishment of bi-racial committees

with the Muslims, only one in nine pro- chore when the rest of romantic prospects is know what you're talking Job yon really like Is still must be established in May cities

I fesses approval of the extremist movement. your crowd Is on its way. rugged and some may invade about and air those a fine antidote for what and nearly all those already existing east
to fin and gaaes. If you what you consider opinions only when you're ails you. Money spent on .
( And Negroes are against the doctrine of can. get friends to helpIt your private preserve. _among friends, especially needless items may be as be strengthened. This, he noted, w midbe

j a separate Negro-American state 22 to 1. should go faster that Contain your irritabilitywhen those likely to share the good as wasted even if the first task of the co wilt tee.

'J Two out of every three Negroes feel the way, can even make a you wish to achieve same ideas. Slow down they are inexpensive. In his letter to the President, Meany
positite results this F.at lightly when it is
game of what's needed to when on wheels the 1st
, 1954 supreme Court school desegregation be done. This is a Job morning. Devote your week. You can apply your hot. reiterated the AFL-CIO complete support

i decision triggered their new militancy. for your glib and persuasive afternoon to domesticand enthusiasm and tastefulness It would be a pity to of civil rights legislation now before
financial matters. permit these days to
tongue. Keep to create a pleasantaura
; The pollsters, however noted that 92 percent your home companions 2-60-22-18-86-261 in your favorite sUp by without caking the Congress, including legislation for

,,1 of Negroes questioned have television- pacified tonight. ha unt s. your presence felt equal Job opportunity a long-sought goal

L IBRA of the AFLCIO.t'1 .
, 'sets. (Continued next week.) 9-10-09-14-54-14 1-90-11-12-67-192 7-30-55-15-91-731


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I Club Hosted By Members E i ,

f % . SOCIALLY SPEAKING * * ,' : ..; .'\ -.' .:;: ; tf! :' I -
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By LOUISE G UINYARD I 1 ,4rdz
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Mr. and Mrs. Louis, P. Stanley of Bridgeville, .son, Emma I bran, Almetya Worren, Dorothy Daniels

Delaware are visiting Mrs. Stanley sister and Ruby Engram, Alice Jones, and Mrs. Mary Porter.

brother.-An-law. : ur. and Mrs. Theodore L. Redding ii
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of 1905 Myrtle Avenue.' ......................... ..rA i ,I
Mrs.. Stanley (Lettie) 'is a.teacher in the Delaware Miss Patricia Burnett of New York City-baa capti- ., ,J I I It
A
school vated Jacksonville society with her very refreshing
public system. She is Basileus of the t, -,
J !Dover Chapter of Alpha Kappa Alpha Sorority. personality. !
Miss Burnett public school teacher, has traveled I

II ......................... extensively internationally. An avid civic worker

she readily shares her travel and other interesting 3

Mrs. Janet Livingston Harper of New York City, is experiences; _____ jw' I II
having what she describes as a "wonderful" visit She is the guest of Mrs. Thelma Sal lett. Small: ,11 31McCbnihe I

with friends in Jacksonville. She has been extended Street. / I
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social courtesies by Mrs Inez Madison Miss ; I
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11 Stazzie Hudson and many others. The Everett Norman Williams, senior and junior, i
fli1
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....................*.... were recent guests of Mr. and Mrs. Levi Johnson. .-r .
Both Mr. Williams hail from New York City.". 1il1f: ;.: ,).7 n__ ._ _. __ _
Miss Arey Chrispln and Mrs. Bettye Vaughn were among PLAN FUTURE EVENT---Meeting recently in the home the meeting. Members shown from left are: Mrs.
Mrs. Gussie, Ford Bannister of 1831 West 'Twenty- held for the New Yorkers of Mr. and Mrs. R. J. Miller 1515 Delois Woods
guests at the party W. 25th St. the Mrs. Dorothy Crews, Mrs. Katie Al-
second Street, is in Cleveland Ohio for a short in the Johnsons' lovely bone. Annites Social Savings Club following their regular dridge, Mrs. Annie Stewart, Mrs. Catherine Jones,

visit with relatives and friends. business session unanimously decided to journey to Mrs. Connie Jones, Mrs. Eva Kearse and Mrs. Dora I;
.............*........... American Beach August 17th for Bass.
\ ..........*.............. week remaining in the YYiC 's bridge an outing. A sumptuous -
With only one buffet luncheon and social Interlude followed
program, Mrs. Margaret Day is top scorer of the -

Mrs.. Doris G. Bennett and Miss Gertrude Glover morning group and Mrs. Alvenla Scriyen leads the W.T. White 111 Wedding Bell.Cbas. Lawman Visits
returned to Jacksonville this week-end after spend- evening session.
ing two weeks in Texas. They went first to St. Mrs. M. L. Harper and Miss Bernice Griffin were Is VacationingIn C. James 1108 Evergreen Ave. 18. Police officer Joe Gaston -
Louis Mo. then to Texas where they joined Mrs. present at the recent evening meet. Hart St. 79 and Pinkie David E. Brown. 1778 his wife and daughter -
I MariannaWilliam Tarver 231 .Osceola St. Nash Rd. 21 and Isa- from Macon Ga. were
Bennett's step-son. Paul T. Bennett, Jr. and her Plans are being enacted for the combined. sessionof '
sister-in-law, Mrs. Hattie Elnors of Live Oak, and morning and evening players., Thomas White III 79. belle Sims. 5134 DodgeRd. house guests during the
Mrs. Lula Simmons of Jasper. the son of Deputy Sher- Damps W. Russ 1623 19.Frank past weekend of Rev. and i

They were guests of Rev. Lorenzo Bennett in Fort ......................... iff and Mrs. William T. Caljon St. 35 and Helen Maddox. 5720 Opry Mrs. S. Gaston. j t '
Worth, Texas and Mrs. Virginia Bennett in Waco. As a follow-up to our introduction of French White Jr. is spendinghis Payton. 1607 Caljon St.. St. 18 and Anaie G. Officer Gaston who is a ;
i terms, we have, "Camembert," a soft impressed summer vacation with 35. Heads, 5525 Bergman Rd. first cousin of Rev. l

*.*.*......*........*.... cheese, originally made at Camembert, France; his grandmother Mrs. Eddie L. Hall 283 18. Gaston was the first
canape'-appetizer of toasted bread or cracker Emma White in Marianna.He Watts St. 22 and Bar- Willie L. Brown. 707N. member of his race to i I
has also been extended bara J. Wiaberley. 5629 join Macon's police f
Lincoln Court 54 and
Social activities have been stepped up to a very topped with a flavorsome mixture; champignong ito
many courtesiesby Dakota Dr. 19. Susie M. 707 N. rce. I
Ross.
pronounced "shan nyon' ) mushrooms.
rapid pace as the date approaches for the Bynum- ( pe
his cousin. Miss Joan Ralphael Floyd 965 Lincoln Court 46. They reported enjoying a
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Argrett nuptials.
White and her circle of Florida Ave. 24 and very pleasant while in
MORE about French menu items next week!
Miss Thelmetia Argrett, daughter of Mr. and Mrs.
Annie Lee Wilkes
friends. 1343 the city. I
j James H. Argrett, Sr. 1166 West Ninth Street, will
Gala Round Of Social Events Precede Socialite's August :
: Nuptial
be married to Dr. Raleigh Wesley Bynum, son of Mr. 3 3tt
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and Mrs. John T. Bynum, 298 Osceola Street,
Saturday evening, August 10, at Grant Memorial JH J
I AME Church.

Recent pre-nuptial showers for Miss Argrett include "
j
those given by Mrs.- Henry Matthews and Mrs. i

Matthew George. Mrs. McKinley Genwright and Mrs. !
1 Luclous P. Green and Mrs. Josephine Cleveland.

! Only the names Intimate. friends of ,the bride- tt I
elect graced. the guest list of the shower given by 1
Mesdames George and Matthews. '1Jjnoring: Miss Argrett

ion this occasion were Mrs. Clara W. Wilkerson, Mrs. : '
Miriam B. Stamps, Miss Betty Richardson Miss Sue :

Ann Matthews Miss Juliet Hampton, Miss Gayle A (
Gillis, Miss S. Marilyn Solomon, Miss Margaret d j aa

Baker Miss Marilyn Madry Miss Jacquelyn Madry, ,
Miss Carolyn Hendersm, and Miss Alkanla Argrett, n \' ;1T
I sister of the bride-elect.
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Guests attending the shower, given by Mrs. Gen- ,
Bright Included Misses Geraldine O'Neal, Margaret :
Baker, Margelene Jennings, Kathleen Crockett, An- 1z 1// yy6 s t

I rnette Jackson and Alkania Argrett; Mesdames Rosa

Lee ;Johnson, Lily' Hair, Cardyn Miller, Sadie Til- 4 g
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lis, Marie Argrett. Sallye, B. Mathis Clara w.

Wilkerson, Annette Girardeau, Emma O>les, Stazzie > I J'I
Hudson, Lenora Smith, Deason, Ira Daniels, Clotee rbR
Pridgen, George Cunningham, H. W. Smart, Leona
Styles and the bride-elect's mother, Mrs. J. H. +

Argrett, Sr.
I 'The beautiful Edge wood Avenue home of Mr. and Mrs.

L. Porter Green provided a gay atmosphere for the
shower given by Mesdames Green and Cleveland.

Misses Lorette Oliphant and Alkania Argrett servedas

Junior hostesses, supervised by Mesdames Iris

Knox, Maybelle, Oliphant and Lucinda Jackson. Mrs. +
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John J. Ooleman supervised games and other activities .: !
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featured to entertain guests. r
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The hostesses acknowledged the presence of Misses ; a 4f j

Alkania Argrett, Mozella Bruton, Marilyn Madry, yr i
Clara, W. Wilkerson. Bettye Richardson S. Marilyn J
Solomon Margaret Baker Janice Kathleen ,
Joyner ,
Crocket and Delma Swam; Mesdames Mirian stamps : t ,

Rosie L. Baker, Arlenna Moore Nettie Anders, iL
bra BradleyLouise, Wash, Thomasina McFarlln. Susie I '

PlerceEvelyn Florence, Thelma Jones, Leola Dudley, ;
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Maybelle Oliphant, Eugenia Argrett, Leola Powell,

Lola Schell, Lydia Sweet, Nellye Edwards Alkania

T. Lair Helen Scott, Juanita Wyatt, Lucinda Jack- 4I


now its Pepsi F 1 ../ 4 I I
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think young POPULAR SOCIALITE Miss Thelmetia Argrett the Green, 2337 W. Edgewood Avenue, In top photo left, Josephine Cleveland, hostess; Mrs. Alkaaia L. Law,
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qq/YY./ .y daughter of Mr. and Mrs. James H. Argrett, 1166W. are shown a portion of the 40-odd attendees, bride-elects gran other. Mrs. Tbelmtria Argrett,

Ninth St. whose marriage to Raleigh W. Bynua, namely, from left: Misses Bettye Richardson, honoree's mother; Miss Argrett, Mrs. Roble L.
son of Mr. and Mrs. John T. Bynum of 297 Osceola St. Janice Joyner Delma Swans Kathleen Crockett, Baker, godmother; Mrs. Arleoa Moore, graadootber;

>t. '", ..... -- m- ...- ., will be solemnized August 10 at 6 p.m. in Grant Thelmetia Argrett, the honoree; Loretta Oliphant, Mrs. Mary Coleman, entertainment hostess; Mrs
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..'1./ Y. !I< : X' .- Memorial AME Church, has been highlighted with a Clara Wilkerson, Miriam Stamps, S. Marilyn Solomon, Bernice Green, hostess; Mrs. Iris Knox supervisor

: 1Ir ( .w r : series of pre-bridal showers tendered the bride- and Margaret Baker. Photo right, overjoyed bride- of junior hostesses. Relaxingly speed is a oat

j b elect by her numerous friends. The above scenes elect poses with her mother during gifts Inspec- are from left: Mesdames Lucinda Jackson, Evelyn
.3 honoring Miss Argrett were recently photographedin tion. Bottom pix, left: Miss Argrett poses with Florence Thelma Argrett, Louise Wash and Susie I
j the palatial residence of Mr. and Mrs. L. Porter members of, the family and friends. From left: Mrs. Pierce. (STAR Photos by Alls Stuck)
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BIRTHS I

k k'I y." CoosaltatiosCONSULT -
DR. SMITH FREE Mr. and Mrs. Oliver Mr. and Mrs. Johnny STOPFAL1/NGNOW _

Eiammatioi Scarlett: 3236 Frances Swain; 1937 W. 20th St.; ..
Girl. HAIR "
'I jj11 Street; Boy.
Ton Will Be Told In Plain Words What the Trouble Is, Mr. and Mrs. James Mr. and Mrs. Willie
What Is Causing It and What May Be Done To Correct Humphrey; 4655 Flynn White; 2164 W. First USE father's H H"SAVE

C It. If You Suffer With: Avenue; Boy. Street; Girl. 1J
ARTHRITIS HEADACHES THROAT DISORDERS Mr. and Mrs. Andrew Mr. and Mrs. Clarence i

ASTHMA BLOOD PRESSURE SINUS INFECTIONS Thomas; 2533 Calhoun Brazil; 4647 Flynn Ave. ; IT" i

COLDS HEART DISEASE NERVOUS DISEASES Street; Girl. Girl.
DQ'LtI' (Z.S'l'tIIAQI'' DISORDER PELVIS DISEASES Mr. and Mrs. Charles Mr. and Mrs. Charlie **

6 RHEUMATISM BLOOD! ft SON PROSTATE TROUBLE Adams; 1564 Windle St. ; Caldwell; 619 W. 17th "JAVf-lT" w Ink**. _*w t...... lt m.n m4 R Rf
NEURITIS DISEASES INTESTINAL DISORDERS Boy. Street; Boy. w.-.4-.. p dnie..J M1p pvsv..s 0..
and Daniel toM .! hair by "".';'| IC.'" ...... ...4
Mr. Mrs.
+ SCIATICA KIDNEY ft BLADDER CHRONIC DISEASES Mr. and Mrs. Willie JMJ.vn.........t f.r I IMH ..,...... 1i..". Ibis
LUMBAGO' LIVER ft GALL BLADER DISORDERS Critton; 1715 Brooklyn Johnson; 2032 whitner ........_HI.ton.w...,...-. ".... J.sl f.d .
MEt AND WOKEN Road; Boy. Street; Boy. taut 41 ........ _..... ...., eivi.e 1vtH.. b..rly ..J .
I treat conditions commonly considered surgical Mr. and Mrs. Roy Williams Mr. and Mrs. Randle ....... *rtit .k.rl, atvWty, If..... ....-
without the use of a knife. Modern Methods of diagnosis ; 3919 Orlando Dr., Jackson; 1946 Broadway i.... th. .... -W__'. c..w....w ....,.-
More people are taking to the outdoor E. Girl. Avenue; Boy.
and treatment. FREE-EXAMINATION BY APPOINTMENT, ; AT LEADING COSMETIC COUNTERS
life..and taking Pepsi along!1Pepsi's ONLT-SO years successful practice in Jacksonville. Mr. and Mrs. Clarence Mr. and Mrs. Isiah W your Osier. doM not hv "SAYE IT.Mtf$1.00...
4-1187 Bolton 282 Goodwin St. Johnson; 1526 W. 35th 2 ex. size $1. 0 lot 4 ot jw. (U* Md pettof in
sparkling-clean taste Is Fi-PSt-COlA HOURS 10 a.m. to 6:30 D.w. ---- PHONEEL ; ; cludwitoEsther's
Girl. Street; Boy. UWet 1251x1 iMw+t
never too sugary or sweat DR. REX SMITH Mr. and Mrs. Oliver Mr. and Mrs. lester Beauty Aids / :
900-West State Street Upstairs)
Think young-say"Pepsi, please!" Johns a; 1610 W. 12th Mays; 1306 Rushing St. :
Office Formerly Occupied by: Dr. Lyncker-Opposite Rita j
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j PPr. ping For Girl Scout Activity Convention Sessions, In Prtfrcss .: I


At Host Second Baptist CkwrchThe


( Meetings of the 48th annual session of the
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Progressive Baptist State Sunday: School sad B.T.U. 1

Convention auxiliary to the Progressive Baptist

State Convention of Florida continues in the Second
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11 :': Baptist Church of which the Rev. J. C. Saas, is

the pastor and host general preside
.
J1 !B.7:1 \' The meeting opened Tues- Tooth on Parade Hoar will
;..,
day night with an out- be held.
_
standing presentation A Visual Aid Demonstration
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featuring the city-wide by Mrs. Alexander

chorus under the direc- Heard will be the feature

.1 tion of the Rer. A. J. for the evening ser-


:I I- vF Hughes.Prominent, religions* vice.Sunday Deacon W. G.

civic and educational Patterson, assisted by

figures have appearedon L. C. Chester, will be

the program daily. in charge of the Sunday

The Dr. E. Lowery of School.

Tampa, is scheduled to Rev. S. Fields, the 3rd

L > deliver the inspirational general vice president of

::1 :"- -'' '!io' H J".'" -, -.' .<.. - I -----'. Address this morning Lake Wales will deliverthe

OPERATION SUMMER CAMP---Advance preparations toward Ing In photo left,from left are: Mrs. Emma Peach, Grant, Mrs. C. D. Crona, Mrs. Elizabeth Muse, Mrs. (Friday). Mr. Rutledge sermon at 11 a.m. ,

1 making this summer's annual Girl Scouts Aug. 12th Mrs. Lucille Williams, Mrs. Vera Johnson, Mrs. Lucille Jackson, Mrs. Mildred Bruson, and Mrs. Pearson, is also to Dr. Saas wiill alternatethe

to 16th encampment one of the most successful in Betty Emanuel, Mrs. Thomasena Williams, Mrs. J. E. Davis, Gateway Girl Scout executive and speak. He is the presi- services.

t its history is the goal of Girl Scout leaders shown Elizabeth Simmons and Mrs. Marian Wilson. In photo camp director, standing in background. dent of the local chapterof At 2:30 p.m., the Mis-

i completing the multi-phased projects areas. Stand- right from left are: Mrs. Vermel Sims, Mrs. Mary the NAACP. sion Hour and closing

Mrs. Alice Burroughs, is service will be held.

Mother Midway Completes Plan c Girl Scout the soloist. Rev. Freeman will be

PocJ hwwlt JJ wiceJ At 2 p. 51. Mrs. M. S. the speaker.

For Its 98th t Anniversary Fete Camp ScheduledFor Jackson of Tampa will Contest Winner ,

Final preparations for the Pre-Centennial celebration deliver an address on

of Mother Midway AME Church scheduled July Fountain Chapel Woodlawn PresbyterianBY Greater St. MathewThe August 12 16 the subject 'The Church's

28th through August 5th, which will feature nightly Pesponsibility to YoutWin
L.N. pastor Rev. S.
PEARSON. SR. Parents are urged to this
AME Modern
Church Societyin
participation by many of the city and county Gaston is requesting
I immediately register Social "
Activities.
churches, leaders and members Rev. J. W. Jones, Rev. F.W. Jones,pastor, Rev. F. D. Wilson, pas- congregation members ,
girls planning to attend
She will be heard at the
pastor, announced. is requesting the cooperation tor of Woodlawn United accompany him and the
the Gateway Girl Scouts
John E. Ford School.
11 The program of events J. C. Sams. of all membersin Presbyterian Church, who choir to Elizabeth Bap- which
camp into
goes Friday evening at 7:30
follow: Rev. J.W. Young, bring their mortgage has been attending a tist Church, Eastport ,rJ
pas-
operation Aug. 12-16
,
the
Rev. John Willis of
July 29th, Galillee tor, his choirs, ushers dues up to date on the seminar at Johnson c. Sunday where St. Matthewrepresentatives since their are only
Baptist Church and Mt. and congregation of Mt. second Sunday. Smith University, is now will Tampa will deliver the
facilities for a limited
t Cannan Baptist Church, Zion AME Hastingswill Sunday School gets back in the city. Rev. assist in the annual Wo- number of sermon, and the Rev. 0.
girls availa-
Rev. J.W. Carter and Rev preach the sermon SUn- underway:! at 9': 30 a.m. Wilson has organizedhere men's Day services beginning ble. D. Williams of Belle

Burgess.. witb Superintendent U. a group of Glade, Florida will
coopera- at 3
p.m.
at
day 3
p.m. Eligible to attend the
July 30th, Henry Gordon Cook and teachers in tive officers, both male Sunday's, order of ser- alternate the services.

I" AME. Rev. T.B. Desesues. Holy Church OfThe charge. Altar service and female. He is also a vice will start with be annual encampment will Saturday, morning ser-
Little Rock girls of ages ranging vices will be
Baptist highlightedby
Rev begins at 11 a.m. and God sent man and a Sunday School at 9:45
I W.C. Mitchell. Living God the pastor will deliverthe builder. He has done a a.m. with the superin- from seven to 18-years.' the Youth Worship
i
July Registra-fee are $3.00
31st
Macadonia sermon at 11:30 o' good Job of bringing our tendent and teachers in services at 6:15 a.a. ,
. Baptist.Rev. J.C. Rogers Sunday' order of ser- for Girl Scouts and
clock. Evening serviceat new church edifice to Study Course Summaryat
charge. At 11 the
a.m. ,
I Ii and Friendly vice at The Holy Churchof $4.00 for non-Scouts.
Baptist "
,+ 7 p.m. will be fea- completion on our new Deacons will lead the 7:30 a.m., and x'hePresident's
Rev. the Living God, 1912
B.H. Hartley. This includes milk,
tured by a 15 minute church site. The build- devotions prior to the Hour" at
August 1st, Emanuel Meharry Ave. will ipen cookouts, Insurance,
song service by the ing will be dedicated on morning worship service. 11 a.m. at which time
Baptist, Rev. R.L. Badger with Sunday School at program and craft sup-
10:30 choir. August 11th. The sermon will be delivered both Mr. G. W. Scott and
with Miss
Antioch Baptist, a.m. plies and bus transpor-
Rev. J.j. Jones. Betty Smith and instruc- Prayer meeting, Tues- Our Church School begins by the pastor. tation. the Rev. Lem T. Freeman

day at 7:30 p.m.; class Sunday August 28, Evening worship beginsat will deliver their annual -
August 2, St. James tors in charge. The Daily activities will
meeting, 8 p.m. ; Choir at 10 a.m. in the George
6:30 p.m. with the addresses. The e-
Baptist, Rev. H. Mobley lesson will be reviewedby Include swimminghiking,
Payne Elder Dothan Faulk rehearsals Wednesdayat Washington Carver Elementary pastor or an appointee lection will follow.In .
Chapel AME. Rev. cookouts, archery, sing
7:30 p.m. ; all choirs School 2854 W.
bringing the message. the afternoon, the
R.A ICing pastor.
St. Stephen ing, folk dancing, Arts
Sabbath evening will members are urged to be 45th Street with T.V. The designated choir and, NEW ST.JAMES AME Church s
AME. Rev. j.s. Johnson. and crafts dramatics,
present. Huger, Superintendent in usher board will serve recent Babies on Parade Contest -
Holy Communion will be begin at 3 p.m. and will and overnight campingin Little Talbot TourThe
celebrated continue until sundown. charge.Rev. throughout the day, with'IIrs. which was claimed a
during tents for older
s service. sunday Regular Runday services Choir To Feature ., P.D. Wilson, pas- Motley serving as girls.All activities Royal Palm Christian huge success by its sponsors -

tor will deliver the organistaccompanist.Greater Club will was won by 2-year old
August 5th. St. Paul will begin at 7:30 p.m. will be constantly sponsor a tripto
AME. Rev. R.J. Elaine, with the missionaries in After Service Fete message at 10:55 a.m. St. Matthew supervised by trained Little Talbot Island John Lafayette Perry, son of 'I

and Second Baptist, Rev. charge. Evangelist J.M. The Westminster Choir Baptist Church, 645 and experienced Scout. Saturday, Aug. 17th. Mr. and Mrs. Brass C. Perry,
Croon, presiding. Mt. Sinai Baptist will serve the rite with Franklin st. ,invites the leaders. Bus transportation will :279 Watts St.Colemaii.

Church's Male Chorus will Mrs. Rudyne Watson at general public to sharein Girl Scout camping isa be at Fifth St. at 8:30

Mt. Zion Singers stage an after-service the piano. its activities. program designed to a.m., Cleveland Rd.at s Plan To

Anniversary Set program Sunday night The Mid-week Prayer help girls develop self 9 and Eighth and Davisat
ST. AUGUSTIN5! The Miss McBrides Attend dwrch Confab
July 28 in Day Spring Service will be directed 9:30 a.lII.Sweetfield.
reliance in gaining out-
combined choirs of Mt. The Century Social- Baptist Vhurch. The Mr. and
pro- Wednesday July 31st in Mrs. E. s. Coleman
Zion Baptist Church, Rev Savings Club will cele- gram gets underway at the Westminster Hut 'at Recital ScheduledFor of-doors experience. Board and children Lawrence and

C.C. Rawls pastor, are brate its 12th anniversary 8:30 p.m.Features. 7:30 p.m. by Elder Jas.M. Aug.11A Interested parents are Cam less&, left the city

being reminded of the Funday, July 28th will include Ronsseau and Deacon advised to make out Observes Third Sunday for a vacation stay

Friday night, Aug. 2 at at 4 p.m. in Wilder the classics, hymns, Alberta Maxey.On number of local gosepl checks Gateway payable Girl Scouts to the with Mrs. Cbleaan s sisterin

8 p.m. rehearsal in Center Recreation Hall spirituals and gospel August 4th, Mrs singing groups and individuals council Inc., 621 LomaxSt. Anniversary Monday New York a ty.

preparation for Jubilee Third and Mt. Herman 8ts.II selections. The, program Fred D. Davis of Wood- will partici- Jacks nville, Fla. A well known realtor, Mr.
Week is being sponsored in lawn United Presbyterian pate in Miss Angeklna Mc- Coleman wad
Persons wishing additional a recent appointee -
INDEPENDENT' OIL I CO. behalf of the annualWomen' Church will render a Brade anniversary observance information to the Jax Vet-
which is set for
s Day observance. musical program to aid call director. erans Administration
wherehe
KEROSENE HOME DELIVERY Sunday Aug. 11 at may camp
II MECHANIC ON DUTY Friends invited.and the publicare the present financial P.m. in the House 8:30 of Mrs. J.E. Davis, ELgin is affiliated with theProperty
drive. She will this
on
4-6077. ; section.
IkG Joseph ------------------- Proprietor Israel, Temple of Faith
i program present some of The Colemans are prominent
State and Jefferson Streets El 6-9432 Church located at 5729
the outstanding singersof Recovering members of th d Holy
Vernon Rd.Appearing.
Jacksonville. Church of the Living God,

Mrs. Davis is an artiston on the pro- From IllnessMrs. Elder Dothan Faulk, pa or.
'gramare:
conducting and ren- Dillie Home, who Mrs. Colewp is superintendent -
Male
830 Cassat dering musical programs Ararat Chorus of Mt. was recently confinedfor of the wader School

before the public. The Baptist Church; Illness In Brewster Department
1824 W. Bearer Prof. Matthew McCoy,
surrounding areas,visi-
Hospital recuperatingat
A1 2 lOCATIONS TO tors and friends are in- Choir 4-B. Mt. Ararat; the home of her 4 Davis Singers
Deacons Anderson Rush,
SERVE TOUR vited. There is no royal Ernest Thomas daughter, Mrs M.L. ,
both of Mt.
road to success, the Butler 1017 Scriven St. Begin Rehearsing
Ararat; Miss Jessie Llster. I
path lies through where friends may visit -
Church of God
field of patient and her.
Gospel Chorus, Choir 2 i Saturday Affermii i
ONE OF OUR GREATEST STEAK SALESHOW'S ernest labor. She is a member of St. MRS. OLA M. MURRAY
of First Corinth Baptist John Baptist Church, the Parents are urged to
ABOUT A
Church, and Mrs. Margaret
either
bring seed their 'I
Church Of Christ Miller. President s Council and Mrs. Ola Mae Murray
children
to Saturday'srehearsal -
the Sons and Daughtersof Matron, and one of the I

OUT? ... Written In Heaven host Prophet pastor.M.E. Hodges is Bethany. principal guiding forces along with of Davis the Youth Slag I\

STEAK behind Usher Board 3 of
Youth Day will be observed Choir To Stage Redication Fete Set Sweetfield Baptist Singers which will be

Sunday at the held at 2 p.m. IB Walter
Church, Rev D.B. Barnes
For M I. Carmel
GtUMt"41*fe Nwltc.r yew BMMT feck Church of Christ Writtenin Song Festival pastor, has supervisedthe Manorial AME Zion Cbsrch
1012 MadIs St. according -
Heaven. 1434 Kings
FAMILY HEAVY WESTERN Mrs. Mary Nealy of Mt. Rev. A.J. Hughes pastor various committeesin
to Prof. E. CliffordDavis
Rd. Bishop J.C. Blakely
Moriah AME Church completing plans for
will
and the congregation -
director. tAt
STEAK t SAVE20cLB. 49 pastor.Sunday order of ser- be featured In a of St. John Baptist the Board's third anniversary least tW ..dred

vice will open with SUn- "Spiritual Deliverancein Church will have chargeof program which youth are expected j
Songs" program! Sunday the rededication program will be held Monday
School at .. Davis stated.
day 10
a. Aug. 18 at 6:55 p. Sunday beginning at night July 29 at 8 o' f

with Mrs. Anette Taylor .. in the auditorium of 3 p.m. In Mt. Carnal clock in the church
STEAKSAVE20cLB. 69 and teachers In charge. * ,
Sinai Church
T-B O N E LB. Miss Edna Ploason will I Mt. Baptist Baptist Church. auditorium.

be principal speaker
during morning service. Segregation And God's WorldFor

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LB. Dorothy Blakely serving is the most critical problem America has ever faced. This year, this problem -

as pianist-accompanist. alone could decide whether, our nation will stand united or whether it will fall ;

divided. Either way, united or divided, it will be an all-important decisloa. But what
JSHHKIE'S 18IELFRE5

PIN BONE STEAK SAVE 20c LB. 59 u. TV IN EVERY ROOM is most important to YOU is that one way or another it will be YOUR decision. Our

VERY TINDER 741)4) W. Ashley-JaxFla National Government is desperately but in confusion, trying to find an aaewer. Tb y

For Reservation, Call will never find it. God did not commission our government to solve this issue. Sod
zo SAVE < has laid it in YOUR hands. YOU cost cake a decision. YOUR life and YOUR free4o* 'and

.CLUB STEAK 59 history for ages to come will be decided by YOU NOW, this year. What will YOU decide -

? Today yon are a free son; you can ,read what God has to say; in your OWB Bible.Or

you can send one dollar for 'Separation and God's Word" to Freedom Toaorrow. p. o.

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} L NELLIE LUTHER SCORES HIT ON prominent Negro, stars on his popular show Z;$*Yr white 140 piece university Satartky that it was Ha-

TVS "IMPRESSION" SHOW! has been named Honorary Mayor of Hollywoodby of Florida pending sit-ias ud other

> band have been canceled protest action peadlif
: the Hollywood public service organiza at the Henry Grady the July 19th runoff
HOU.Y1OODC.ANP'Ihat'( "Real Gone Gal," Hotel because of the election saofif city coa-

I ; : Nellie Lutcher, was real clever in her tions. hotel's segregation cil candidates of which
: 4i one is a Negro.
f. policies. Band director
: recent appearance on the challenging NBC- .
s; S .5. i .' Richard f. Bowles said The NAACP tpokew&a Mid
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: -.; show "Tour First impression." She displayed BABATONDE OLATUNJI TROUPE.AT TROUBADOR the cancellation followed that it, along with a

the same heart-warming vibrant rfBabatunde I. the intonation bi-racial ooaaittee weald
> support Negro candidate
: personality that has been her trade marks 'that our reservations Pinckney Woodberrj aad
Olatunji and his sensational were being accepted only
,.. through the years. on a segregated basis.' would also work with the

"" M, I might say the same about her son, Tal- African drummers and dancers are 'being, Emory Grenshaw, hotel new coBBlttee toward
lowering local color
I b'J: madge Lewis, who appeared with her. His featured at the popular Troubador Club manager, said that he barriers.
had not received any
} l: answers were subtle, as he successfully f Woodberrj; faces a r 111-
this week. The will stay a month word of the cancella-
troupe
: CONGRATULATIONS Air Force Capt. EdwardJ. off against white candi-
: ,parried the questions of the panel with tion.
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r Dwight. Jr. center of Kansas City. date Glenn Thomas.St. .
at the Hollywood nitery. The band director
gt>witticism. Kansas receives the Los Angeles Urban
wrote the Atlanta Cham- Avfnsline
The trick was to choose one of the three League 1963 Preparedness Award from D.R.
ber of Commerce seeking
Zook. left and Wesley Brazier. League of- Jim Crow Hit
the who Nellie s son. 'J- a list of hotels and
was '
: ., young men one ALLIED ARTISTS FILMING ficials. The captain first Negro to enter
motels which do cot havea ATLANTA (ANP) The
The panel used the line of least re- astronaut training also received and accepted -
SOLDIERS IN THE RAIN' segregation policy. In Southern Christian Lead-
9 sistance. Two out of the three panel mem- an invitation to be an honored
the letter Bowles wrote, ership Conference seat a
guest at a banquet to be held during the
: bers simply chose the wittiest of the "Although we have not wire of protest last week
five-day Annual National Conference of the
t I three' men. That, of course, was the cor- Ralph Nelson, who directed "Lilies of Urban League beginning July 28. in the past had Negro to Vice-President Lyndon
I members in the band, B. Johnson over the

! m.;: sect one. the Field one of Sidney po tier' s we anticipate that we planned quadri centennial -
Govt. Bans 4 Employees
t. : ? will have in the future, in St. Augustine

i t.. g&: ..,;Nellie, an artist of Melic Records, reil' latest releases...... and is a contender for and intend that they Florida Aaerlca's oldest
Bias In U.S. Charged With which has refused
i receive the same cour- city
f Gently appeared at Cyrano' in Redondo honors at the current Berlin Gilm Festi-
tesies accorded our to desegregate its facilities -

t Beach. She also has filmed a segment of val, is currently directing Allied Artists College Aid i Store Thefts other students." for the celebration -

Charges of grand larcenywere ,___ _
PITTSBURGH The Ken-
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, furniture store employes
Damone as host. Jackie Gleason and Steve McQueen play a down another
segregation barrier suspected of having

couple of wheeler-dealer sergeants the Monday when a federal stolen appliances from
I it .. housing administratortold the facility since last I iiicJ Jufams 1>fione EL 4-1468
SAJfllY DAVIS JR. SETS .ALL- comedy-drama of camp life in today's university and col February. I\
I TRU-VAL SHRIMPORAMA SALE***
Held in ail
j awaiting
TIME RECORD AT SANDS United States Army.. lege officials Tuesday
\ that federal loans to further disposition of SMALL WHITE SHRIMP 49c UL 2.45 'ri. "

1 institutions now contain'antidiscrimination charges are: Walter Benjamin (SOLD ONLY IN S LI. IOXIS)

."-' ac- Hill 40. of 1107 LARGE SHRIMP
89c
1 Sammy Davis Jr. has Just set a new attendance PT 109' TELLS HEROIC EXPERIENCES ,: tion. Davis St.; Frank L Smith ,'.
(! 10 Lk. Utt Lk.7*o
I 'C' Sidney H. Woolner commissioner 48. of 1117 Hogan St. ;
; record at the Sands night club. OF LT. JOHN F. KENNEDY Warren George Klrtz. 31.
of the Community
i By popular dtmand for 2nd ttnlgkt coed
: : Following his recent Sands 29th appearancein Facilities Administration of 628 Franklin St.; and
pointed out Leon Lee Love 32, of MANGROVE SNAPPERS u.49c

't in Las Vegashe also has achieved 'first After viewing Warner Brothers' exciting that President Kennedy 404 Davis Street.Detective .
r directed federal agencies Sgts. J.R. STANDARD OYSTERS Vi Pt. 60c Pt. $1.15

," as a single performer. film "PT 109," last week, I was not a- Nov. 20th to take neces- Hawkins and J.H. Tillman SELECT OYSTERS . . Pint $1.30

11i SPOTS (Oceanview of Course) Lb. 35c
sary action to eliminate said the Quartet admitted ,
He filmed a "Ben Casey" segment last mazed that Lt.John F. Kennedy was destinedto
i$: federally: assigned housing taking television KING MACKEREL STEAKS . Lb. 49c

week, portraying a major league baseball become President of the United States. because of race sets air condition units
I color creed or national refrigerators and other I

;: player who loses the sight of. one eye. His heroic adventures in the face of almost origin. appliances from the SMALL CROAKERS Lb.{QfeRED|(SNAPPER Lb. 39 PQc

-, Woolner the store and selling them

bflo.. .*Naturally* .. he will.,recuperate under the impossible odds show all of the makings ofa National Association addressing of for whatever prices they WHITING . . . . Lb. 32c

..' watchful eye of Vince Edwards, the handsome great man. College 'and University could obtain for them. 10 LB. LOTS . . . .LB. 27c -4

..,:'. -.' Business Officers "we Investigators said the KING CRAB LEGS . . Lb. $1.25 '
and ever-faithful star of the series. The Those who have admiration and respect for are carrying out this appliances carried out
order." of the store during daytime LIVE CRAB DEPARTMENT DOT. $1.00
,: producer is Mathew Rapf. The show will be our President will laud him even more after I
t' He further stated, J __ _ _
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r. d... to college housing -

!' Sammy; will return to Lake Tahoe Harrahs The part I liked best was the courageous adding, "we now Summer Time SpecialsSUMMER
br have Inserted into the
this summer for a lengthy engagement. roles given the Negro natives, who delivera (loan) agreement a tand-

t.ex ard covenant which says
message from the stranded Kennedy. and the borrower covenants I
'It f e
STEVE ALLEN CHOSEN HONORARY MAYOR i.- .' his group on Plum Pudding Island in the agrees that it will not

.'.-, .'" '. ,discriminate nor permit BLOUSES Trim
South Pacific, after their PT boat was discrimination by its m t -
I .r :

.. TV s Steve Allen, who features many sliced by a Japanese destroyer. They later others agents operating lessees housing or any COOL AND 4 ) JamaicaSHORTS'

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related facilitiesin CHIC COTTONSASSORTED ,
:. IMPERIAL S0NIRIES i ta Abe lieutenant to safer quarters, and ..,
the use or occupancy 1a

Patent Medicines Cosmetics where he is transferred to .American of said facilities because -
!! All Leading Hair Preparations of race, color, Styles ft Colors

Cor. BROAD AND ASHLEY EL 4-2159 patrol boat. creed or national Sizes: 32-38

They are all eventually rescued after ori gin. Reg. 1.00 77c

ROYAL ART STUDIO ';

i' 515 IAVIS STREET spending some miserable days on the island, BustaftiMfe !

lr.tr Nnr at Irtci* Prices surrounded by Japanese patrol boats. To Address

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PN8TB CHRIS. Outstanding roles are also played by .Ty :

IidklMs FIdt IrHfS ClMs MI.till
Hardin and James Gregory. Others in the
Mass_Meeting
BLACK & WHITE COLOR NAACP
cast are Robert Gulp, Michael Pate, Grant 1 t
Former Stanton Sr. High
SEPIATINF
Williams,Sam Gilman, Robert Blake, William School graduate John H.

Quality PhotographsCWKRESWEIIIK6SSICIALS Bustaaante, addresseda
1 Douglas, David ffhorf. Biff Elliott and Jax Branch NAACP-sponsored rt 1 wI //It"
+ te' FOB USE LONG
public mass meeting
Clyde Dowdy.
Sunday. July 21 at 4 p.m. tt, I.' 'UVT.f. SIEMMgD LOOK of
Mil EL 4-1894
in St. Stephen AXE Church '
Episcopal i .r 't THE JttSUCAN
.. j.- -S I Fifth and Davis Streets. y 1z 1S
Attorney Bustamante left t fY j BEAUTY SLIM!

, Ibkops Plan Jacksonville in 1947 for APED to

Boston University where BRASSIERES"2'
he received his A.B. degree PSIFECTIONASeDKTS

later enteringB. )
Redd Crisis MANUFACTURERS CLOSE OUT
U's College of Law a Solid Colors

where he received his Reg. 1.00 Siaes: 10-IB

Episcopal: Leaders L..L..B. degree. Be later Sell at 1.00
sv Originally Made to
NEW TOIL A spokesnan earned his L.L.M. degree
for Rt. RCT Artbar Llch- frog Harvard Law Bema 1. Ladies
SEAMLESS
tenberger. presiding Prominent in civic affairs

SKIIERS 14 iz. size FIES1 itEEMKETCHUP bishop for the 35-Billion in Cleveland Ohio, NYLON

13C member Protestant &lscO- where he resides. Atty. PANTIES

100 pal Church said aa And Bustaxante is a aember I

ORKA 14 meeting of all American of the law firm of

bishops will aeet in George Pegg and Busta- 1z HOSE

Toronto Canada to discuss aante. He is also close- ,

lIEN racial crises in the ly associated with the 1' W
Pork % IOOS ACETATE TRICOT
33 chuck 480 nation. following:
I 'fl Reg. :9 t
Llchtenberger. last Harvard Club of Cleveland RRIIULAM

south, sent a letter to ; American Ohio and Special

ROAST N. ROAST all Episcopalians urging Cleveland Bar Associa- $1.00

all aeabers to become iaYolred tions, respectively: 37Cp&lr
in the negroes' NAACP and also mcaber of
iKEKZIE FliZEN straggle for nil equality its executive committee;

eaphaslzing such Legal Aid Society and
100
OIL 190LM 1 GREENS areas as eaployaent, Nationalities Service YOUR MONEY WORTH NOltE ATWOOLWORTH.S

? housing, public accoao- Center.

MUSTARDS ID C!. dationa and to give aore The public in additionto

1 vftl financial aid to Negroes NAACP officers and 0 PHILIPS HIWAY PLAZA a 300-32 HOGAN STIIITatTYR
involved in the rights esters are urged to attend -
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is seen with Dr. Von D. Mizell prominent Ft.

Lauderdale physician, who played host to the

charming visitor.CHARMING .

ELECTED---When the Zeta Phi Beta Sorority held its annual meet in Miami last week, commemoratingits

43rd anniversary, the group elected its officers for the coming year. The new officers shown

here, seated from left, are: Mrs. S. Gladys Butler chairman of Trustees: Miss Ida B. King.chairman

of Executive Board; Mrs. Arizona C. Steoona Founder; Dr. Deborah Partridge Wolfe, Grand-Basil

Byrd, vice president of the and International president: Mrs. Fannie p. Watts, the Founder; Mrs. Isabel M. Herson-Grammateus;
the Mrs. Mildred Cater Boone, first anti-Basileus. Seated from left to right: Mrs. Lucinda B. Rqbey
Miami Phi Beta Sigma Fraternity, brothers to
Wolfe of trustee; Mrs. Ella W. Strawbridge trustee; Mrs. Lawanna H. Ivey, third anti-basileus; Mrs. Barbara z.
Deborah
Zetas extends welcome to Dr. ,
Washington, grand basileus of the Zeta Phi Beta james second anti-basileus; Mrs. Ethel H. Hall, trustee; Mrs. Mary T. Williams anti-pokrites;
Mrs. Nora Lockhard tamais; Mrs. Mildred C. Boone third anti-basil
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'- .:. { Sorors Eddie V. Long and Mary Clark, rated the
"most attractive Zeta." Both ladies 'hail' from
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POLICE REPORTS

MIAMI---Police are inP.. R. Gaines of 1992 NW
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;: 1529 NW 79th St. and :
JAXONS---A group of visltingsorors are joined by two well-known Jaxons in also Newspaper '..
are searching for
MIAMI SOROR---Serving as host to visiting sorors is Miss Lydia Higgs, left who this scene which shows, from left Sorors .K. Snell Gibson, Prairie View, "-.Want and -, .* :.f.
Appreciate
is seen with Sorors Carrie Clements, Atlanta Ga. ; Myrtle Joyner, Cloteele Texas; Velma Barrens, Tulsa Okla; Rena McWright, Wichita, Kansas; Rossie the get-away-car taken

Jenkins Marion Bray and Dorothy Anderson all of Washington, D. C. French, and Arey Chrispin, both of Jacksonville and Tommie L. Johnson. by three-suspects from Your Business I
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Celebrating Annual Event At Grace. Presbyterian Program

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UCCE8TFV1 BFCJTAL A program recently held at the Grace Presbyter Church, 6875 NW 14th Avenue,
... -:: :-:-=. fin the form of a recital was a huge success The Carnation Contest ,ill end the 1st week ic Ncvtler

which is the date of the Church and Pastor's anniversaries ;

"'o ". ...> "-" ".." ,. 'T':11"1',' : :"., Ihose attending the recital from left to right are: Sturi'li-t--- : White. Wendell Marie Jwffw-
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: : Ferguson Mrs. Cora Ferguson Lee Co wart. Mrs Gnendolyn Clarke, Mrs Lcuis Fderds sat Mrs Mrrlel -

ANNIVERSARY CELEBRANTS Members of New shiloh Baptist, Nl 69th St., began celebrating the 20th Colebrookc. Pitting from left to rlgbt -Mrf. Louise Moore Mrs Ursula Higgs. Mrs. Maze east /
anniversary of the church and Rev. Mrs Anna Farguharson er<* Mrs Clarette Harris
pastor Alexander M. Griffin, Monday during a weeklong series of
nightly events. Friends, members and associates are wishing Rev. Griffin many happy returns and ad- Attendees who will also be at the Sept. 6th recital are fro left: $o eland White. W a<*ell Marie .

ditional successes during the coming years. Members shown in the above photo are: Mrs. Rosa Lee Jefferson Inez Reran. Fddie Co wart. Johnnie Lsster Cowuf. Ootoia Jooes. Mrs Lesise Paid el.

Johnson, Mrs. Charley Mae Myles Deacon Shelley Albritton, Deacon John Ralph Mrs. Christine Harold Butler Harold t'iggsNettie Smith Mrs Edna Knottetc. JVc Brady Rv W. F Wavtr). psstw. .

\ Joseph, Mrs. Gussie Coleman Mrs. Elnora Woodsdn, Mrs. Julia Lee Laster, Rev. Luther Powell, Frank and wn.; Will Savoy. Steve FerLUcn. Vrs. Cora Ferguson Less Cavart, Mrs Gwendolyn Clarke. Mri .

Cross, Mrs. Ethel Smith, Mrs. Mollie Jones, Mrs. Rosie Lee Badger. Mrs. Olivia Mitchell, Mrs. Jes- Louise Edwards and Mrs. Murrlel Colebrooke. Setting left to rigit---Mrs. Louise Moore Mrs. Ursula ..
Higgs, Mrs. Hazel Bunts, Mrs. Anna .
Fargubarson and
Mrs. Clarette
sie Fields, Mrs. Jessie Hixon, Mrs. Willie M. Helms, Mrs. Annie Mae Paulk. urs. Dixie Coppack Miss Harris. .

Rosemary Lumpkin, Miss Pennie Williams Mrs. Daisy Mae Jones, Leroy Manning, Miss Jacqueline Smith (Fla STAR Photo by Al Crawford)

and Deacon Wilson. .. -

(STAR photo by Al Crawford) Celebrates Silver i I Anniversary! !
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'I' Beauticians Workshop Opens Ceasor's U. Of CosmetologyIt I


was announced that hassee, Florida.Eighty the two-week course. chain of beauty schoolsin

the Florida State Workshop clock hours M. Venice Adkins internationally Havana Cuba, and r

and Seminar for will be credited by acclaimedas Educational Director ofFlorida's fTC 4

registered teachers and the Florida State Board one of the foremost largest beauty

beauticians will be of Beauty Culture to authors, lecturer and
school: system. He pres-
held at Ceasor s University those attending for the educator in the fieldof ently is co-owner of

of CosmetologyJuly required number of hours Beauty Culture will chain of beauty schoolsIn \ \\ I

29, 1963, Monday and a graduation certi- serve as consultant.Mr. Colombia South America HBBHEa E- ** """ iWh.. *&. Msmmmmmfmmmm
through August 9. ficate will be given. Adkilns is the and Directorof MARITAL BLISS--Mr. and Mrs. Herbert EDith of Opa Lock smile happily as they pose for a picture 1

I The Workshop was previously The Director of the president of the Inter- one of the International on the occasion of their 25th wedding anniversary celebration. Surrounding thai ties left are Her-

held through the Workshop will be Mrs. national Hair Fashion Beauty Schoolsof bert Jr.. 21; Catherine. 21, a school teacher; Roslya 10mother and father, Cynthia, 24; Cassandra
years at Florida A. anc Willie M. Stubbs Ceasor Councils of the Americas Miami. 14 and Vincent 13. Members of Mt. Herman AME Church and active in civic affairs, the couple sad

M. University Talla the fee Is $25.00 for former owner of a their sally live at 15931 N.W. 1st Ct. in Opa Locks. (AdaM Foto)


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iJIJ!, The FLORIDA STAR Takes In A Bit Of Miami's Nite LifeBELOW

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: : ;' 7: : / flanked by "Jay Jay" and an unidentified gent as they relax at the Turf
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CLUB HOPPlN'-When
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Star staffers trekked to Miami last week to setup
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the new branch offices, they decided to take in a nite life after the .' ."'.\i", ,' V MAKING MUSICIn the spotlight at the

day's work was done. The first stop was the new Double Decker Bar out north- + "' Double-Deck is the Maxie Newbold Combo.

I. day's work was done. The first stop was the new Double Decker Bar out northwest TTr: YV1 rx If The trombone swinging, drums group and leader consists Maxie of Newboldon organ

t "9th Street. Bearded Josh ( "Jay Jay" Williams, columnist and publisher tenor sax and vocals. Organman Earlyn

\ Eric 0. Simpson seated on the top deck of the circular bar, are seen talking Hughes shares the spotlight with Maxie
, f and plays both sweet and hot organ. New-
over old times with Charlie Martin, the Double Decker's genial manager, who bold is a former Bethune-Cookman ath-

is standing beside bartendress Jessie Porter. ,"*).I'... ,>. '.. letic great during the post fltt-ll days.

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R Newbold Combo at the Double-Decker. Left to right: Miss Ethel Sweet, Mr. and
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RISING STAR AND BOSS -- Lee Eddie, rising young

a. vocalist at the Knight Beat in Miami belts outa
INTEGRATED--Miamians of all races and creeds as well as out-of-town visitors s
1 1 lusty ballad in typical fashion... Is the newest
head for the famed "Double-Dtcker"! Bar located in the Turf Club, 79th Street face in nite life. Row at right is Bobby Marshall,

near 7th Avenue. perennial favorite with night-club goers has been
rg holding forth at the famed ,"beat" for ages now,
a it seems. But like the stellar performer that he
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.k i jLi T1ItIJ1: -L ; Whee Miami'BI DLAND" Confidential got Who said money wan no

,1'I : busted Friday as the prabl er!}?
Toilers moved in and Female vocalist Willie
nabbed "Heads" The Mae forveily of Jacksonville -
i Phantom Mgr blew the brought the house

joint In all the excitement dovn at the KI'lib t Beat.
qf one man escapedbut when she" sans the tune
he" walks a tightrope W MAN" while starring .

I tk on the Joe H. d.r-
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: f Ii SONG STYLIST---Second stop on the Star staffers' Miami night life tour was son Show
to market and the
r Clyde linens famous Knight Beat where Theola Kilgore of "The Love of My ri fters" took them Nurse Fmira F'rKaj. who
j tt 1 was ill in tine hospital
Man" hit record fame was knocking them in the aisles last week-end. At rightis home. One wet blonde
is to make the net at
ra one was red and one was
Clyde 'The Glass' Kill ens long-famed night operator and producer of the the Double Deck Logo*e
k' .,' c ; xr gone after r short period of
Knight Beat showswho is seen in one of his rare poses without his usual Eloise Morris hrd a
numeration Miss McKay
little trouble with one
THE CREW--rThe men responsible for the smoothing sailing in the form of ser- glass..of you. know what. works at nurse at Jack-
.. of her gentleman guests
ttf\\ vice at the Double Decker are seen here. From left are "Schoolboy," Sandy, who was from the BWI son Memorial Hospital in
the North Wing
) Clarence Walden. Helen Scott Jessie Porter and Manager Charlie Martin. He was being impressivewhen
Maxie Netbold and Abe
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I i suite of rooms and
i iI twit Itwfa screamed very loud when Double Deck Lounge to
THERE'S A = the roof with their
1I H\ he was told it would
I I swinging quartet If you
i sv cost him $20.00 a day
dig it let then know by
I He finally decided it
checking out their program -
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s m le'e
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THE LINE---One of the highpoints of the Knight Beat's shows is the modern
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I dancing executed by George Patterson and the Sir John Dancers. The figurines
YM gel a smile evetytimeii K
1 \ I following Patterson offstage are, from left: Ernestine Meloy, Tina Peree, |* Church News Club News J

the Heads Up taste of I Jax's own Vanilla Weaver and Minnie Lee Milton.

II I Miarn.J. Confidential K Social Events-Fraternal New1;

a. K Weddings and Pictures
While perusing the our main Planetary Station number in the digitad --

scenes at Miami's nightspots the Satellite dine a graceful t Send Your News To 1
we found many Lounge every nite at 9 "please"The

interesting things. One p m If you care to cake missing person in Miami Florida Stir i
, a' in particular which drew a trip. check him out the Sir John Lounge: is (
s our attention was Percy But bring your spare Ida Moore who Is. vacationing c 276 HW 6th St. 1
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I Rolle. manager suit and number 382637 why*
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f t' Sir John Lounge who was Lt. Boone from West Hews must reach the office Saturday i
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i giving special attentionto Loretha Samuels the Palm Beach slipped into
! ,, two of the hotel Lassie who operates the Miami for the Liston- for publication the next wk 1
.! 1t guests who were in town itchboard from Patterson fight While
t from St Pete One would 8:00 a 0, -3:00 p m at waiting for fight ti.e. Special Notice i

think this was beyond the sir John and usually he and friends took in a Want A PIroIttf.Hr iTo
" i i the call of duty or answering "may I help game of golf He if the If You

.was it. .? you please" changed only Negro Lieutenant on Call
Cover Your Affair 1
The fabulous chuck her pace of numbers and the Police force in the ,

, I Grisby (Redeemer of the strolled across the State of Florida Al Crawford Ft 3-3381 Ext. 237Ii' i"JI.
Soul) is still "Flying Hotel Lobby in cool .

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J aces ifWor b41i TALLAHASSEErecent if this suit Is success Visit ROTC To Pledge Vows I Social Whir >( I
ly, three white attorneys
ful there will be apreced'ent WHh Theodore Hims Jr. ,,
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In TALLAHASSEE And Its Vicinity and a Negro in the law Summer Camp .
i Optomertist from Miami The Rattler Boosters, Incorporated set at Freshman -
-r ..... bocks to the effect tLat
filed a suit to enjoin a state can be prohibited Approximately 50 civilian Lodge on Wednesday night C. M. Speed pre-
Fountain Chapel AME gins at 9:30 with Professor the state of Florida from providing educators from ,. sided. Reports were heard from toe Board of Directors -

r Church will begin its w. R. Perkins, from =maintaining a law higher education for universities and colleges and 16 new members were inducted. Persons

weekly schedule Monday presiding. Devotional school at FAMU on the throughout the Southwest wishing to Join the Rattler Boosters MV write or
t I evening at 7:30 eith official services start at 10:45 grounds that the University its'historically antf academically underprivileged -- visited here recentlyto x contact C. M. Speed c/o Maintenance Florida A.

board meeting. On and call to worship is of Florida law observe 1,825 ROTC and M. University Tallahassee Florida.
impoverishedcitizenry + 1
Tuesday at 7:30 p.m. scheduled for 11 a. m. school is now opened to if such cadets training at Harmony

class and cfficial Sister Vivian Williams Negro students who can citizens' are thrown a- Church.
I board meeting will be serves as pianist. make a passing score on gainst admission stand- Among the visitors wereE. .........................

held. Choir 12 and Usher During the last Sunday the Law School Admission ards in otter of the M. Thorpe directorof '
A unit of the Nu
board 11 will have their call to worship the Score. states institutions of admissions and records Way Rescue Association was recently -
Rev. R. N. Goo den, pastor set up in the city. The wait is to be
rehearsals Wednesday at The suit also chal- higher education that and C. C. Cunningham
I 7:30 p.m. On Thursday delivered the mes lenges the legality of they cannot meet, largely .director of the Placement known as Friendship Federation, J.oerporat ed.

evening, 7:30, Choir 11 sage. the 12 year old law because of system- Bureau Florida A. and

will have their re Still on the sick list school at FAMU on the atic discrimination a- M. University. .......
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hearsal. The Junior are Rev. D. H. Crawford.Tuskegee'Veterans grounds that it is gainst these citizensIf '

\ choir and Usher board Hos- racially segregated and we would reflect justa Attending CampFORT Mrs. H. B. Williams has been congratulated by
will meet at 5:30 p.m. pital; Mrs. Lucy Ford that the $75.000 per little we would TALLAHASSEE-- Mr. and her many friends and well wishers for winningthe

on Friday. On Friday 426 W. Carolina: Mrs. year cost to the state realize that by just .EVENS, Mass.--- Mrs. Fred Lee Sr. of 'Queen Contest at S. Mary Primitive Baptist

at 7:30 p.m. Sunday Fannie Remberton 809 ta maintain the facilityis changing a few words in Barry B. Moore a senior this city announce the Church.

School teachers' meet- Volusia; Mrs. Rebecca a waste of taxpayers the complaint it could sociology major from engagement of their Among the organizations: in the city are: Al'!x
Ing will be held. Sunday RobertsVirginia Street; money. well be directed toward Riverside N. J. at daughter Gloria Ann to H. Walton Lodge Alex WalstoChancellor

morning services will Mrs. Dorothy Tookes This week Stephen Beas- losing down all .of Florida A. and M. Uni- Theodore Nims Jr. He is Cn nimander; Alice and Jerry Club Mrs. Gloria

begin with Sunday Schoolat 412 W. Virginia; Mrs. ley. the Tallahassee reporter FAttJ, and who knows that versity is attendingROTC the son of TheodoreNims Johnson president; Alpha Kappa Alpha, Alpha Phi

9:30 a.m. followed Mary Robinson 439 W. for the Florida would not be the next summer camp here. sr. and Mrs. Terry Alpha Alpha Wives, Association of Childhood Ed-

) with morning worship Virginia; Mrs. Louise Star interviewed a recent step. He attended the colorful Courtney Black also of ucation Beauticians Foundation Club, Boy Scoutsof

with Rev. Evans at McGuirt 714 W. Georgia graduate of the ceremony at the Sports Tallahassee. The wedding America, Capital Center Eaployees. Capital
law school John Due Collect postage stamps?About Arena which initiates the will take place here on
11:00 a.m. Evening and Mrs. Maude Mitchell, Center Garden Club Catenthe] Court 4, Cherokee
and Alphonso McGhee one 10 million Americans do,and approximately 31.
services will begin at Virginia Street. one million are serious : six-week intensive train- August Community Club Cherry Lodge, 549, C. H. Henry
of its graduates who is The prospective groom .is
I 6:30 p.m. The pastor officersand assistant professor philatelists. Ing program. Lodge 43, Charles Sumner Lodge 24, Christmas
now an .. of Bennett
Rev. E. J. Evans is members express in the law a graduate Basket Committee City Emergency and Defense

pastor and Rev. A. L. their deepest sympathyand school. College in Greensboro Delta Sigma Theta, Downtown.Employee Club Ara-

Bennett. is presidingElder. offer prayers for Beasley asked Attorney r[ON :THE SCOUTING TRAIL N. C. and is presently bian Temple Eastern Star, Frontiers of A-

Sister Minnie L. Golden McGhee the following employed as a Spanish merica Girl Scouts of America, H. E. Daniel

Visitors are invitedto following the passingof questions: teacher at Griffin Junior Chapter 132 Helping Hand Community Club Ministerial -

worship at the Fountain her father Mr. Q. That do you think of We received a lot of comment on the article High School here. Alliance. Ministers Wives Council, Jack
Chapel AME Church Jesse Haynes of Deer the suit to close the printed last week concerning the qualifications Mrs. Nims is a senior and Jill of America ClubJust For Fun Club Kappa

which is located on field Beach. Funeral law school at FAMU ? 4 for Star Scout. Some of the scouts wereseen business administrationmajor Alpha PsI, Keyboard Club Ladies Art and Social

Virginia Street. services will be held A. First of all, I air looking around the city for the article for at Florida A. andM. ,Club, American Legion Auxiliary Leon County

} on Sunday at 2: 30 p.m. confused in referenceto the purpose of putting it in their scrap books.We University. Teacher Association, National Association of

at the Hickory Hill the logic upon which promises to print the qualifications for Business and Professional Women, National Association -

t, ..... j. Primitive Baptist Church the suit is predicated.From life" this week. Capt. StephensIs of College Women, Inc. and the Talla-

-0-0-0-0-. The church and the New the accounts I had' To become Life Scoutyou must be a Star Scout hassee Cotillion Society.The .

Zion P.B. Church will of the suit in the newspaper and while a Star for a period of at least three Assigned list will be complete next week. We hope

# hold Baptismal Serviceson there are many months show to the satisfaction of your leaders that the list shown will give to Steve Beasleythe
St. Mary Primitive Baptist the First Sunday in inaccuracies the allegations that you accept and carry out responsibilities To FAMU R.O.T.C. day and hour of their meetings for publica

; Church wishes to August at 9: 30 a. m. in of the com- in meetings, outdoor activities, and service Captain Leroy Stephensof tion. A card showing this information and your

extend a most cordial the Trueblood swimming plaining parties.Q. projects of your unit; have earned the First Aid Shrevcport.. was list of officers will be greatly appreciated.

welcome to all friends pool. Rev. M. Gaines is Merit badge have earned two merit badges from recently assigned to the
I and out-of-town worship Are you in a posi- ; .........................
the pastor of the New tion to point up any the Citizenship group; have earned the following United States Army instructor !
ers. Sunday School be- Zion Church. specific inaccuracies ? merit badges: one from Campcraft group out- group at FloridaA. Pall Bearer Society 3 will bold their annual j I I

G Annual Evtftf ScktdHbd A. Well, the accountsin door sports or Aquatic group Nature Merit badge and M. University. He meeting and feast at the Macon cowwnity houseon

the newspapers say or- one from Conservation group one from Personal will serve as an assistant Sunday afternoon.
TALLAHASSEE---Florida A. and M. Universitywill that the complaint alleges Development group one from any of .the following professor of
f hold its homecoming oh the weekendof that therehavebeen --" Animal Husbandry, Plant Cultivation, military( science and instructor -
October 18-20. The Rattlers will be groups and .....I..0.............. f
37 graduates from Communication Transportation and building for junior
pitted against Morris Brown College. thn school and that only have earned any two other merit badges making a cadets. Jessie Mitchell employee at the A. and M. Heating -

--sans.-------------,.. five have passed the total of ten for this rank. Captain Stephens returned Plant is on the sick list. Also ill and con-

f bar. Actually there While a Star Scout show to the satisfaction of from Korea in June fined to the A. and M. Hospital is Mrs. Alto

have been only' 32 your leader that you do your best in everyday where he served as com- Edwards.

graduates 21 of wfegc life to live up to the Scout Oath or Promise, pany commander with the

have sought admissionto The Scout Law the Scout Motto and the Scout 2nd Transportation Terminal E

t the Florida Bar or slogan; Do your best to help in your home Command located at fiustine La IfYlar

some other state and 9 school, church or synagogue and community; take Inchon Fort. He has ,

have been admitted; 7 care of things that belong to you and respectthe served previously as fashion patter

to the Florida Bar and property of others and have completed a motor transport officerin
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1i two to the bars of conservation project. approved in advance by Paris France, and as : : !

other states. Included your unit leader. pier superintendent at ....2. ,, .: ,. .
I in these 32 graduates, Next week the how to qualify for the highest the New York and Seattle

-aa----w----o----- I are.9 graduates who are rank in scouting. ,' ports. ) ".
yet to take the bar from South c, t"r' \:..!:
He graduated
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examination. ') ern University in .1953. ( .
i the r .............r.........-... B.S.degree in ,
Q. Do you feel that receiving a 4
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state of Florida can afford --.' agriculture. He has also
schools ? from both the
two law graduated
1 Presenting 3 Big Names 3 A. My view is that Scoutmaster 5 Taylor of 158, submitted certifi- Basic and Advanced Of

f Florida is a growing' cates.for the following members of his unit ficers' Transportation

JERRY I! 1r state and as such can --.Willie D. Whiting Albert L. Bert and Terry Courses at Fort Eustis
I afford two law schools.I Thomas. All boys will be advanced to Star. Va.

,1 'r might say' qtireDtheti-. Captain Stephens his
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1 IUTLER I I cally that FSU has for P wife, Alene and three
for ......................... reside at I
many years pushed children will ,
singing even a third state supported 719 Stafford Street. j ;
lloon River" law-school. Chairman A. E. Martion of 0. and E. is working 1- 1.

"Almost Lost My Mind" Everybody knows that hard to set up a troop in South City. We wish hima Dr. M. Lucia JamesTo .,.':. ,-.. ,'

and other hits I there can be no racial lot of'luck. There are a lot of boys out there. Serve With "/

discrimination against :: J j ..
i qualified applicants r Regional ConferenceDr. l (
I whether at FAMU or U of ,;" .. .......!.............. 'i'-; .> ; i
> Florida. I might add M. Lucia James director J :

DEE CLARKwith that there are many of the curriculum FloridaA :: IA
Rain Drops" \ at all of the to substitute for the summer camp has fallen and M. University \
state supported universities through. Division Chairman T. T. Lewis is suggesting has been invited to serveas '

-Nobody But You" such as a trip to the Caverns in Marrianna. All a consultant during y y
ra
\ nursing, education* boys Interested should contact:>> him at once. the Southeastern States
"YourFriends"PLUS \ pharmacy engineering, Regional Conference on pjJ ,.
School Educa -1 ,
and the foreign language Junior High "'--

-programs.; ......................... tion. t
a -,. .
The-confab will be held No. R-1 f .
Q. What other implications -
at the Deauville Hotel 51.12.20THE

Phil Upckvrck & lari ;: suit has do you? think the Troop 152 is about the only really active troopin pn Miami Beach. October jacket look is always smart; and when Bade asa

f j A. The basis oc which the neighborhood these days. Therbave; had 27-29. Dr. James will long shawl collar on a one-piece dress, it' s
Principaland
The
discuss
Leon the suit is predicatedas two real good programs and should qualify for doubly practical and easy to wear. The Diagonal :
Comfy Fair Grounls the Librarian.
: I understand it. is the program trophy this year. Their Scoutmaster sweep of buttons gives a trim loot to this simply>> I
x Emphasis will be placedon
fraught with some dire .Dr. Leedell Neyland was seen playing Softball styled daytime and after BOOB dress. rig slimly

Aug. 2, 1963 10 p.m. to 2 a.m. and disturbing itplica- with them a few days ago. They also were beaten audio-visual the material aidscir center, fitted skirt features the sale bottom deW w the

tions for higher educa- by Pol Kinghorne Village in a softball encounter bodice in a flattering off-aide dip at the hip-
Tickets Sale culation and the uses
on :
tion for Negro citizensof recently.' line. Sleeves are short and perked op with pointed
Eldorado Cafe Ship Ahoy of these areas in the
Florida-and of all turned-back cuffs. Sew it ia a rich faille, shantung I
.... high school.
the South. For exavple.KUZZIN'S junior or one of'the vibraat colored sheer wools.-
......................... The National Association I
Price $1. No. Rill is available la sizes II, :
of Secondary School
r------- ---------------I 14. 16, 18. 20. Size 14 take 4 yards of 19-inch !
I I Terry Thomas IB doing a good'job working at Principals is sponsoringthe fabric. Standard body measurements for alJ* 14 are
MUSIC BOX
Speed grocery store during the summer. He talks regional conferencein Bust 34, Waist 26, Hips 36.
: YOUR RECORD HEADQUARTERS "II kindly to customers while waiting en them and cooperation with the Send One Dollar for patter, plus 8 coats for ,!

327 North Macomb Street is seen placing goods on the shelves.He will Principals Association of postage in cash or cheek. No It..,.. For first, !t
i win his merit badge in salesmanship soon. the Southeastern: States., class sailing, send 15 cents extra. Add OM Dollar I
"GOSPEL BLUES POP JAZZ45s .... .-
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if you wish NEW AUSTINE LA MAR Fashion Pattern
I LPs I Event Scheduled TALLAHASSEE BOYS' WANTED I Book fl-complete selection of High Fashion 4
Florida A. and M. University signs. Send to AUSTINE LA MAR Fashion Pattern,
1-: Join KUZZIN'S FAN CLUB! 1 1I will hold its You Earn Cash Selling Tfcs FLORIDA STAR (mane of your newspaper) Box 1015, Q.P.0. New

Dial 224.4816 commencement on August 9 Apply 2017 Owen or phew 222-302S York 1, N. Y. Print your full name, address, 1
at 6 p.m.in Bragg Stadiua. pattern number end lize.t .
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CLEVELAND-ANP-Tfce wires of pitcher Jin Grant Slates Annual TWO MINUTES

I ;r'and outfielders Willie Tasby and Willie Kirtland

;f will be among the "lotelies" participating in a Baby CoNtest Preparing For III1N THE BIBLE:

4t '; style show featuring the wires of Cleveland In- at coejonu t. SUM rus.ektAM .

;: dians' players wires and sponsored by the American 40th AnniversaryThe snu lEUNOB soarrrOSCAeO

i' League baseball tellS here on July 31. .
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r: e National Sororityof
The players' wires will model the latest dresses,
Phi Delta Kappa,
furs and hats during the show which will be fea- teachers PERSONAL SAFETY IN AN. ATOMIC AGE
national group
tured during a night game between the Indians and
organized in Jersey v4 r + ,.2 f The neutron bomb, they tell us, will not wreck
the Los Angeles Angeles.
.._. __._._._._..____.____uu._ I City. New Jersey in 1923 buildings, but will destroy all life, easily
I''r Kappas Complete will be celebratingtheir penetrating concrete walls three feet thick. Yet

I }% 40th Anniversaryat we are also being advised to build fall-out shelters -

:fly Program Plans their Annual Conclave for the safety of ourselves and our families.

which convenes on August These can be erected for only a few hundred dol-

Mrs. Helen W. Maxwell, 6 in the Washington lars -- obviously not with walls three feet
< Y Supreme Basileus of the Room of the Hotel Stat- thick!

j yI National Sorority of Phi 1 er Hilton in Los As General MacArthur has rightly said: "Thereis .

Delta Kappa and her conclave STEPHEN C. WALKER Angales. Calif. with PAMU SINGER GETS CERTIFICATE Miss Con- no security on this earth." No ma can coast !

I committee are completing Mrs. Helen W. Maxwell chita Clarke (left) a senior music majorat on physical safety, for the simple reason that,

I plans for the Seventeen contestantsare Supreme Basileus. of Florida A&M University from Lakeland, apart from bombs and death rays, "it is appointed -

40th Anniversary conclave already entered in Brooklyn New York pre- was awarded the prize winning award of the unto men once to die" (Heb. 9:27). The

Celebration of the the Baby-Kiddie Contest siding at the Executive American Guild of Musical Artists.TheGuild moment we are born we begin the race with death,
which takes place Aug. Council pre-conclave is branch of the Associated Actors
National Sorority of Phi a and death always finally wins.
I A WINNING Delta Kappa to be held 11th at 3 p.m. in the session.Mrs. and Artists of America which is affiliatedwith But physical safety is not most Important after

OSCARYou at the Hotel Statler auditorium of Mt. Carmel Anna L. Davidsonof the AFL-CIO. She was presented the all. It is not so much death that men fear as the

don't have to be a Hilton in Los Angeles. Cincinnati, Ohio and certificate by Dr. George W. Gore Jr. thought that death might usher them into the

movie star to get an California from August her committee will prer (center) president of Florida A&M while presence of God (Heb. 9:27; Rom. 14: 12).
6 through August 11. sent exhibits and demon- her instructor and advisor Mrs. Rebecca
Oscar you can dial But even this need not be feared if we have
l The host chapters. Beta strations depicting the W. Steele looked on. Miss Clarke was a
El 4-1611 and ask the "peace with God through our Lord Jesus Christ"
Theta of Los Angeles and development of the featured artist at Radio City Music Hall
i dispatcher to send New sorority in the 40 year (Rom. 5:1). The Apostle Paul, once a self-righteous
and Beta Phi of Compton last summer. had the Christ he had
Deal Cab 143 Night period.Mrs. Pharisee, come to trust

I Oscar Powell will come California have plannedfor toursof Lois Petry and U. S. Fires 12 Black I Muslims persecuted and now proclaimed: "This is a faith-

i i to pick you up. It's as the sight-seeing Los Angeles Miss Mary Able -of New WASHINGTON---Stating to the Civil Ser- ful saying and .,rthy of all acceptation, that
easy as a ride in a New area York City are cochairman Christ Jesus came into the world to save sinners,
vice Commission that they would supportthe
Deal Cab. Oscar has been public et1ngs, recepti of the 40th Anni- with of whom I am chief" (1 Tim. 1:15). Having thus
in conflict
lucheon State of Islam any
(118 open Souvenir Journal been saved sin faith in Christ he had
driving his cab for 10 versary from by BO
meeting formal banquetand the U. S. a dozen members of the Black
years and is the proud which has been compiled fear of death or of God. Indeed, he could say:
I & formal dance in Muslims have been fired from their
owner of several safety through the Joint ef- 'For, to me to live is Christ, and TO DIE IS
addition to the business government jobs on charges they took
awards-he is now sportinga forst of the entire GAIN" and "to depart and be with Christ .is
sessions.The .. oaths of office to support and defend the
5-year pin. \im 'fr. organization consisting FAR BETTER" (Phil 1:21, 23).
conclave committeehas Constitution of the U. S.
Mr. Powell and his wife BRUCE P. MCKINNIE of 68 Chapters.
also arranged for I __ _L_
Margaret are the proud the entertainment of Churcb. The
Baptist
parents of 3 girls and th e families of the event is being stagedfor I THE HOTTEST THING SINCE ROME BURNED I IH
2 boys. The Powell family Phi Delta Kappans who the cbu rch' s renova-

live at 1329 Pippin street will also sojourn to the vation program will be <
-I and are members of the
west Coast for this gala given and the public is
First Corinth Baptist
celebration. invited. ..... "
I Church where Oscar servesas
Contestants are: Renee !
Suns Home SlateJuly
eats I
an usher. Oscar
Neal. Kenneth Tisby,
and sleeps baseball-Na 27-Suns vs Toronto(2 :Tona Henry GelndaHall,
tional League style. If
Toronto
July 28-Suns vs
the Milwaukee Braves had .. .
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July 29-Suns vs Rochester E t!>
idea how Oscar roots E;* '\ :
any July 30-Funs vs Rochester .
for them-well maybe they d July 31-Suns vs Syracuse : i',
manage to make the first '

division. Bet he loses a Trimester Deadline .

lot of sleep over them TALLAHASSEE -- August t: _. .
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this year. 15 will be the last day .
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How about dialing El for students planning to ': '

4-1611 the next time you enroll at Florida A&M e T w .w.... yIAI./ traly.bMoHM.,M tmfrwhlflhr --'
Mutwlv tut
MW.I*/ndHnfty t* wily
JULIAN D. JORDAN er c.d. AvvitaM to Nwlv 1.IfNra, -'-
need the convenience and University for the first a..w- freer C..k. .
A..rla', ...... MMtmtlM ScU.rtHle.llytfrm
i comfort of a cab ride. Ask trimester of the 1963 ....M4 N .VlrtMlly. 1....hmt mt tf_*.Hwvy cnt

for Oscar Powell and Cab school term to make application Robert 1. Hutson. Clara ..I. _MMIMtoH ell .. ....... ..*VilMlM f4 ....M..IBiMraU C---.Me..dd.< forlifetfM .
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143 Night. for admission. Reed, Anthony Hill.


1 I hour B. iur show. t.on wch Sunday*ur mem.Jni h,lf. Ricky Is Okay Jesse Dunbar.Pullins.Vedrick Kim Durham.Bruce L. ALL ACROSS. THE U.S.A. *ERR NO BARRIER!

i at 9:30 *n Channel 4, Hunter H. (Ricky) Satter- McKinnie. Stephen Walker/ -
ftitunni Kin KniKt. white Jr. the son of Dr. Michael Armstrong,Daniel .

and Mrs. Hunter Satter- Thoiras, Michele Pearson.
t S p.rsd Irtsli Tvfctofmrm U.... :N s
NEW DEAL white Sr. was released Florita Reed and Julian spew,. A..d.r.fl.d Irhh KM*. T.AI.d..A., < ;;ac .4 IMpertH ....... 11--
l M UM.and mlmtf mmtt to mmttk mt tmmmltmmnt y*.r ....... .
from a local hospitalthis Jordan. f1.. cfclM. ..: >4' 3 i i 2 It"."....,'*. ..a,...rNr... ..eNfte4....." ..M...rid.....to"'NIMr.-.,. A...tm...
week after having 'r. .at,11 ,. M ..d.eI.. ...... .... ..,.+..
CAB COMPANY .., ,
t undergone an operation Beach Outing ,', : i ij1f

1115 WSJ ID. DijI El 4.1111 for minor surgery.
.. Usher Board 1 of New
Hope AME Church will
an outing to ;
sponsor ;
MAGNOLIA' GARDEN'S FIRST DRUG STORE Cryvtvlu
f.r"h aristocraticmlmwn =
American Beach Saturdaywith a M1 UtfOTtom. da dfdl.di
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a buses to leave the : .
following location at b ,
Mer Von'sPharmacy
stated intervals:
45th and Moncrief at ERR EXPERIENCE, RACE OR RELIGIONEXCLUSIVE

7:15 a.JII. ; 26th And Mon-

crief. 7:25. 13th and

Myrtle. 7:30; 8th and
SALES AREAS NOW AVAILABLE
I Myrtle. 7:45; Kings Rd.

j Nest and Myrtle. 7:40. KingsRd.
2135 Edgewood Avenue
and Davis. 7:45; 8th

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PAlE 10 FLORIDA STAR SATURDAY JULY 27, 1X3J


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TALLAHASSEE---Florida's Four of the Nation's topflight "
hunting and
fish-
FrWIY Niffct .. ::: ', i
iiig rules for 1963-64 were set at the annual high school .;
regulations q tx athletes are attending : >
.
meeting of the Game and Fresh R.C. Patterson, matchmaker .
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Water Virginia Union "
Fish Universitythis i' <"i.
Commission July 26. The meeting for JacksonvilleBeach ;,. : .,
was held at 9 a.m. at Tallahassee, Senate Sports Promotions, summer Athletic Director ;:. ; '.Y t-f"
I Thomas Harris .
Room 31 of the an- )
Florida Capitol : i:
according yesterday announced com- nounced. ..: : : ,
to A. D. Aldrich They are among
' director. ..
'I : pletion of ais-boat'out- aai. a group of thirty-eight i<

I. All-Stir G. M At the annual regulations door card for Friday high school graduates enrolled : ::1'

meeting, the Com- July 26 at the Jackson- in a Special Opportunity ?:- : ft. : '::1

W.S S.rk. mission established sea- ville Beach Baseball Program for \ ...:.ft...;. ,.

sons, bag limits, and Stadium at 8:00 p.m. College Preparation.Those .

methods of taking native The Bbln event will '
CLEVELAND (ANP) now taking the six '

Indicating the extent to game animals, game birds feature heavyweights i J t Cr week course to further

which Negroes have inte- and fresh water fish. Ollie Wilson of Hart- prepare themselved for

grated the national pastime Aldrich said the -regulations ford,.'*Conn. and Jack- college include Art Lewis

a total of 12 tan established at sonville Beach and Big of Harrisburg, Pennsylvania -

stars appeared in the this meeting will be designed Tom Dakota of O'Brien, who was nominatedthe

34th annual All-star to allow the PI a. Dakota, a 215-pound outstanding player of

baseball game won by sportsmen of Florida a woodchopper, boasts a the Pennsylvania "Big k.

Willie Mays and the maximum harvest of wild record of 14 knock cuts 33" in 1962. The "Big

National Leaguers, 5 to life, without'creating a in 20 appearances as an 33" represents the 33

3, here last week. damage to the game or amateur and professional ( best high school playersin

The number of Negro fish population required Patterson said. the state of Pennsyl-

players constituted one to replenish the Wilson, who was a spar- vania each year. Lewis

ring partner of Sonny PAIR OF PACEMAKERS---Los Angeles Angels outfielders
third of the total numberof forests and waters. will play offensive guard

stars appearing in the To obtain the opinionsof Liston, Cassius Clay Little Albie Pearson (left) and Leon and defensive end for the

mid-season drama before Florida's sportsmenin Floyd Patterson and Wagner, display the big stick and muscle which Panthers this season. Les

44,160 cheering fans in regard to hunting and Archie Moore, knockedout have been responsible most of the season for the Lancaster, of Bridgeport,

Municipal Stadium. Thirty fishing regulations, the Norman Edwards of L. A. team's batting power. Pearson, one of the Conn. was voted the CHARLIE MEADOWS, is one of the five former college

seven players appearedIn Commission conducted a Miami in less than two smallest players in the majors, and Wagner, a "Best End" in America backfield stars who will report to the Philadelphia

the game for both series of twenty-one minutes of the first leader in the current American League's homerun by the Scholastic Coach
Eagles training this month. Eleven
camp Negroes
sQuads. public meetings throughout round July 5 at the race, were both selected for this year's AL Ail- Magazine. Lancaster led
are among the 61-players vying for positions on
Mays, rated the greatest the state during May beach baseball stadium. Star team.Suns' all of the high school
__ ____ __ this year's squad.
and the highest paid and June. They will meet in a co n ends in 1962 inTD' sand

player in baseball, dominated feature 10-rounder. The SpecialsJULY Althea Gibson in yards gained. Negro Pro Grid Stars Pint
Speedsters Head
second half of the fea-
the game, as he 26--The The other two are stand
Jackson-
set two records and tied ture will pit.Tim Ford, ville Makes Pro outs in basketball. They
U.S. Womens Team Suns Salute the Boycott Of Mobil.
another in driving in two 148 of Jacksonville Navy.. First of are Rob art Quarterman of Gnu.
game
runs scoring two and Overseas Tour against Rocky Randall, home series is 'NavyNight" Golf Debut Binghamton, N.Y. who was
SANTA ROSE Calif.ANPF'our
stole two bases. He also 149 of Miami Beach in a *' voted the ""Player of theYear" Negro professional
at
welterweight match. Ran- Jax Baseball SUTTON Mass. (ANP) football players have Joined the nationwide pro-
made a spectacular catch NEW YORK (ANP) Park. The in the western
dall has 35 knockouts' in Suns will Althea Gibson, former test against racial injustice. They have announced
of Joe Pepitone's deep Tan Speedsters Vivian salute part of New York state
76 wins against 40 all three Naval Wiabledon and U.S. wo- that they will boycott an exhibition gaae in which
drive in the eighth inn- Brown of Cleveland and Air Stations both and Robert Henry Gordanof
Ing, despite stumping his Willye White of Chicago losses: He has fought mili-' ,men's singles tennis Lawrenceville who is they are scheduled to play in Mobile Ala., on
most of the welterweight tary and civilian per-*A champion turned golfer, Aug. 23, to protest discrimination in hotels
right toe in the wire head a 20-member women sonnell one of the best prospectsto .
for their
contenders and title fine*' made her professional and other public places there. ,
fence. track and field team, contribution to Jackson- come out of Virginia

A dazzling performer who selected by the national holders. Ford decisionedCat ville and golfing debut in the since Warren (Bruce) The four are Fred Williamson not suit up for the

is considered by base- Amateur Athletic Union Robinson of Opalocka surrounding United States Golfers As- Spraggins of Williamsburgfive Bo Roberson and game. "As for the other
areas. Special
tickets
ball experts as % money which will compete in in his Initial appearance have been sociation women s Open years ago. Clem Daniels halfbacks, Negroes on this (Raiders
selling at
NAS I
player" who usually ex- Russia and Europe July at the beach Cecil and NAS Mayportfor tournament in Cincinnati Other outstanding fresh- and Art Powell, an end. team, it is up to them I

cells when the pressureis through Aug. 5. July 5. July 18-20. man football players Williamson is spokesmanfor to decide whether they

greatest, Mays extended The team will face its Another blistering wel- show several weeks. A."big Len Wirtz, Ladies Pro- coming to Virginia Unionin the group. will play there or not:' i I
"Really
Big is
his All-Star base stiffest test in its terweight duel is expected fessional Golfers Association September are Garland They are members of the Williamson said
planned the Navy Band, a
stealing record to five, first meet abroad, when between Nat tournament director Witherspoon, 209-pound Oakland Raiders team, DM.ISMemtarshlp I
parade of midshipmen, Cloy
while appearing in his it takes on Russian women Wright of Jacksonvilleand confirmed that halfback of Oxford, N.C.; which will play the New
Miss
Navy..The Works!
14th classic. His singlein athletes in Moscow, Sailor Jim McClain he haa processed Miss Roscoe Pouncey, 220-pound York Jets in the exhibition -
Our special guest will
the second Inning July 2021. Russian teams of Birmingham, Ala. the be Admiral Gibson's application. He Tackle; Horace Moore game. Raiders exe-

tied Stan Musial for the have defeated Americanwomen 1961 All-Navy welter newly appointed Goldthwaite Com- praised Miss Gibson, 198-pound center; and cutive will take no action LOUISVILLE (ANP) -

most hits in All-star in several meets in champi m. Wright, who mander of Naval Air saying: Larry Covington. 202- against the playersfor Cassius Clay second |

games with 20, and hiked the past despite great won by a TKO over Sam Fleet District 6. "Our entire group of pound halfback all of boycotting the game ranking contender for the

his batting average in winning performances by Collins of Miami in the JULY 27--A Twin-bill touring professionals Winston-Salem, N.c. Williamson said that heavyweight title, refuted -

such classics to .417. U. S. tan runners. third round July 5, feel that Althea has tre- Other football players Coach Al Davis told him rumors of his
between the Suns and mem
Afterwards, the San Following the Moscow will, meet the heavy- Mapel Leafs, with mendous potential and expected to join the that it is up to each bership in the Black Muslim
a
Francisco Giants center- ,meet, the U.S. team will hitting McClain in a model could develop into one Panthers in 1963 include man to make his own decision movement. Clay not I:
airplane exhibi-
*
I fielder took his great compete a Polish women's six-round affair. tion between The one of our top players.She Henry Hailstock. 222- about playing.The only denied Joining the

performance in stride, squad at Warsaw July 26-: Luis "Lobo" Shehee of 'Flying Rebels games.Model is an extremely long pound tackle, Washington bone of the players Muslims, but he'also disclaimed !

saying "I Just play the 27; against West Germanyat Tampa, a fast-moving Airplane Club" will and accurate hitterwhichis D.C. ; Boyce Smith 190- contention is that they association with

game." But his manager Branschweig. July 30, featherweight will take always an advantage in pound end also of the should not be expectedto
j put on the show, any Negro civil rights
and National League Stars and will end its competi- on Freddy Westbrook of spon- women's golf." Nation's Capitol; David play football in a organization.
sored by the City Recre-
pilot, Alvin Dark, was tion at London. England. Jacksonville and Rocky ation In 1962 she won both Taylor; 225-pound fullback locality where they can- Clay said that he
An
Dept.
exciting
less modest. He gave Aug. 3-5 before return- Adair and Sonnyboy Camp- the Englewood, N.J. Golf Binghamton. N.Y. : not obtain decent eating hadn t J dned
five man combat is any organization -
Mays full credit, saying: ing home. bell, both of Jackson- Club championship and and Leon Johnson, a half- and sleeping public accommodations because he had
planned. A "Combat" is
"Willie didn't Just Coach of the team is ville Beach, will meet the North-South winter back from little rock without
is "Shoot Your EnemyDown' not found one that offers
figure in this victory; Margaret Ellison of Abi- in a. pair of four- tournament in Miami. She Ark. racial restriction. He "an eternal solution
and Race between five and
he figures in all vic- lene Texas. rounders. Adair recently tied for sixth -"W..W.ra vr. ri rai said:
model airplanes, which not Just a temporary; one
tories.In Besides Miss Brown,200 Campbell at lightweightsAlso place in the Eastern r"/.w 'The situation down
have had 5 ft. ribbins under the leadership of
addition to Mays, meter dash specialist, scheduled to meetin tied to the Ladies' Amateur of the aiJI there is pretty tightnow "
standby tail. The Ic 1 1i one man. However, he
other Negro players appearing and Miss White, broad a four-round heavyweight race gets more thrillingand LPGA. and we do not intendto said he is considering

in the classic Jump record holder and light matchare suspense filled as Miss Gibson said she had I play football in an Joining
some civil
rights
were Tommy Davis of:the relay star, other tan Billy Dakota,brother the field. narrows down asthe. contemplated turning professional ;: by Sherey.Arari' area where a Negro can't group in the future.

Los Angeles Dodgers Hank members of the U.S. team of Tom Dakota, and Pau- combatants lose 'for some ':.>..,... .. .. eat or sleep in a placeof
:,.: .. The rumors of Clay'smembership
lie Robinson, of Jack- their ribbons. Game .:. his "
Aaron of the Milwaukee Include Tamara Davis time" and is convinced I ;: own choosing.
tr followed his
Frederick, Md. 80-meter sonville, according to starting time 6 p.m. that "now is the time : :.. : Williamson said the
Braves, Bill White and ......;...>>>.. ; visit to the Chicagoheadquat'ters
promoter Jim Alford. JULY 28--FAMILY .DAY at four
Julian Javier of the St. hurdles; Eddie McGuire to begin playing. plan to make the
of the Muslims
Atlanta 100-meters and Ball Park..Whole familymom : trip to Mobile but will -
Louis Cardinals the
Pittsburgh Pirates', relay; and Eleanor Mont- Boost Paige ForH'B ( dad and kids 15 City Appointee""' il : ,

Roberto Clemente and gomery Cleveland, high years and under). Game ;:! J 1/f fAsii'W Sf4PP' t"df' ,
AJ N I1,10'lEMO
Jump. time 4 p.m. i/< ., N
Willie McCovey of the II Of f Fame ,
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JULY 29--LADIES NIGHT -
Other members of the
Giants, for the Nationals
Appearing in the Ameri- squad are Ranae Bair,San CHICAGO (ANP) A Ladies with 'or without

can League lineup were Diego. Calif. Javelin; Chicago sports writer escorts admitted for
minimum service charge. f
pitcher Juan Pizarro of Estelle Basketville proposed last week that G
JULY 30--It's gettingto
the Chicago White Sox; COlumbus Ohio, high baseball make amends for

Leon Wagner of the Los Jump; Rosie Bonds Riverside its past color ban which be an annual affair- ( JTeem
80-meter Lions night at Jax Ball :: :
i Angeles Angels Elston i Calif. kept ace pitcher Stachel
Park. ,Lions Club members
Howard of the New York hurdles; Carol Ann Bush Paige out of the major

Yankees and Zoilo Versal- Chicago, 400 and 800 league unti1 he was and families from all :

les of the Minnesota meters; Billie P. DanielsSan past his prime by plac- over Jacksonville and

Twins. Also Earl Batteyof Bruno Calif., broad ing him in the Hall of surrounding cities will fY .nhf

the Twins. Jump and high Jump. Fame. be attending the game
between Suns and Rochester TEEWj
Writing in his daily
8PEN FOR BUSINESS100DSON column, "Wakeof the Red Wings. The : l!
Lions Club will sit in WILLIAM L. HARRIS' recent 74; ;
CLEANERS Announces the 1i
Opening of a NewBranch News in the Chicago : :
special section and if appointment as Assistant .
Office at 5504 Avenue B. "Come Where You Daily Tribune, writer .i .
San Get any indication can be City Attorney in Topeka,
Quality
Cleaning
at Budget Prices. Dave Condon, commented: It seems to me that for sheer .
FREE PICKUP & DELIVERY bERYICELEARN : .-- Satchel Paige's color drawn from last year, a Kansas by Mayor Hal W comfort coupled of course I I

kept htm out of the va- good time will be had by Gerlach, makes him- the with great style and easy care, Talladega Colltt
a jersey shift is the ultimate
all.
first Negro ever to serve
Jors until Bill Veeck answer. This R& K shirt shiftin
the JULY 31--KNOT HOLE GANG full time in this ca tucked Arnel jersey is the
had guts to bring* "From which no one >say be barred on
NIGHT--Sponsored by last word in casual chic.
hill up in 1948. Paige pacity.
r downtown Lions Club. All account of race or color'
then was 42 years old.

'Let baseball mt compound kids holding ''Knot. Hole You Don t Have to Go to Town to Get
Passes" admitted free
the injusticedone A Co-educational '
Iastit ttai
Paige, one of the to bleachers.

J most skilled of all Ocala Mayor LOW PRICESOn Founded 1867 At Talladega, Ala. :'

pitchers, and permit Chartered in 1899

bis color to keep him Risigas Over Your

out of the Hall of
Fully Accredited Four Year Liberal Arts
"
Ridol
Fame. Issues
.- DRUG STORE NEEDSTrade
Despite his advanced OCALA Giving as rea- Program Makes Talladega Famous '

A TRADE ace Paige tin 1948 SODS" the heavy strainof With Your Neighborhood Drug Store For The Success of Its GraduatesIn
WE WILL MEET ANY PRICES
helped pitched the dealing with racial ADV. IN YOUR LOCAL PAPERS.

lit Six Short Ninths That Cleveland Indians to problems." veteran Mayor We Deliver-We Also Pill All Doctors'Prescriptions t advanced Studies and Professions

the American League R.C. Cumming quit his Throughout This Country And Abroad
Will Be
BENEFICIALFora
pe anant. post this week. Dixie Pharmacy Member

LIFETIME before entering the When his newly appointed c *

mayors Paige pitchedfor 30-member bi-racial committee -/ Southern Assn. of Colleges And Schools

JACKSONVILLElARIER the Kansas City Monarchs collapsed after 1312 KL'js Eiri at Hyrtle Areu.Piyts United College Fund

in the now defunct its first meeting Dr.

COLLEGE INC. Negro American League, Cumming. who has been EL 5-5597-98 ., ,Address Inquires to tie Rifistrar

starring with the ,
complaining of ill "

63O DAVIS ST. at Beaver Kansas City Monarchs for health plus the strainof PAY YCQE LIGHT, fATEB AKO TELEPHONE Dean Cohen T. Siapso :

111% Air CiilitilM many years. He is one of current racial problems -
BILLS AT HE STORE Interim Administrator
the most fabled pitchersin as his reason for
JACKS II
., 'lL.LE" FlIIIIA .. J4
all baseball. resigning the post -


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/r.; Bob Hayes' Win Over Soviets Sparks U. S.'s Close Victory"World's




f Citywide Record-Breakers Whilfield Heads Brings Home LongshotFIRST Fastest Human" Tits


Sports Seminar Meat Record Set II 1962

MOSCOW: ---Jax native and Florida A. and u. Junior
,
Robert (Bob) Hayes--at long last acclaimed as

VIENTIANE Laos (ANP) world's fastest human--Jetted to a meet tying 10.2
Thirty one physical edu-
: a seconds 100 Metre Dash win, to aid the U. S. ooa-
cation teachers from
tingent in eking out a 119-114 victory from the
various Laos provincesare
a =, Russians' track and field team. However, the Russians -
attending a two week
_
received consolation from their distaff
sports seminar under the-
thinclads who bested their U. S. rivals by sweeping
direction of former
s 10 events for the 75-28 runaway victory.The .
Olympic track star Mal
h4 two-day meet which ovanesyan; Jim tepr&e won
J Whitfield under the au- "
i was attended by some and
the 800-metre run
of the
spices Departmentof i1I
wJ -r f, Youth and Sports of 67.000 spectators in Davis of the U.S. Marines

the Ministry of. Educa Lenin Stadium during its paced a 1-2 sweep in the
first running last Satur- _
tion. Whitfield is in WINNER---LARRY FREEMAN 23-year old
apprentice -
day opened with Hayes
..," : LOas as a sports specia- jockey rode his first winner at Miles winning the 100-metre

list under the sponsor- Park La. recently when he brought longshot Get
dash tying the 10.2
I .r..,;: .. ship of the United Home in winning the third race. Tickets on Get seconds meet record he
.
'.N" : -; : ':'. States Information Ser- Home paid $82.40, one of the longest odds of the set in 1962 and the 10.2
pr i ia 'f:; vice.
current season. set by Ira Murchinson,
1 r s -..h........ 4 1
;.. : \ t ,_- .."" 1 l only to have the U. S. r

SIMDND JOHNSON BELLES. Patricia McQueen (left), Patricia Hall Theresa Hall World Champ Congratulated 440-yard relay team c j ji F
i
and Barbara Edwards, in true tradition of sports exploits recorded through -i anchored by Hayes dis- 1r !

the years by the Westside playground, recently broke the City's 440-yard dash t MMk w qualified when the third t I

relay record during a citywide playgrounds track and field meet. The Belles \r\ U.S. runner passed the II

I are coached by SJ Director Carlton Bryant. (Jesse Tarrance Photo) "'T q __ baton too soon to the Ii I

anchor man.Another I

Li : stunning set- i
Integration
WorkingWell 1 __ back to U.S. hopes last c

Saturday was the Russians b

surprise win over U.S.

Among ProsWASHINGTON over hurdler Hayes Jones.

Miamian John Uelses from

Meeting Football League, born vited beck. La Salle College, won the
with a Senate Commerce M'Y _s f of whom supported Frick went on to state pole vault with the x-

Committee considering Frick's views that the that the St. Louis first 16-foot mark ever

.) legislation covering the three organizations have Cardinals and the New set in Russia; injuredHal

public accomodations few racial problems. York Yankees moved from Connolly who wasn't

phase of President While discussing spring their respective St. I11Sa9JAx supposed to compete won

r., Kennedy all-out civil spring training camps, Petersburg motel and the hammer throw; Ralph

.f rights program, top professional Frick pointed out that hotel to Fort Lauderclab Boston get a sweet-
leaders told
the Philadelphia Phil- after being assured that revenge-win over Soviet
the Committee last week
lies had to leave a their Negro players world record broad Jump
that racial integrationhas accomda- Robert (Bob) right holder of the world's 100yarddash
Clearwater Fla. Hotel would be given own Hayes ( ) champion Igor Ter-
I
worked with great because it would not tions in that city. recordis being praised by Russian sprinters Alava Prokhorovskyleft

success in sports. accept Negroes, but that Rozelle said that his ( ) and Edvin Osolin whom he defeated in the 100-metre dash last shotput.At .

. Giving their respective after 15 days, the hotel National Football League Saturday in Moscow during the two-day dual U. S. Soviet track and Louis PromotionsDive the end of the first

versions before the Committee changed its policy and refused to grant fran- field meet held at Lenin Stadium. Hayes' winning time of 10.2 tied day's session the Yanks

were Baseball the entire club was in- chises to cities'which the meet record he set in 1962 and the previous 10.2 set in 1958 had a slim 61-54 lead

Commissioner Ford Frick, have segregated seatingand by Ira Murchinson. Info Red Ink over their rivals.

and Pete Rozelle, com- where their Negro Sunday's finals wit-

J missioner of the Negro Crew players might find restrictions Graduation Riddled Grambl IIg Frats' Plan LOS ANGELES -- (ANP) nessed by 73. 000 odd attendees -

National Football League in housing. Former world heavyweight led by Premier

and Commissioner Joe In Annual Foss cited such Faces Rough 9-Game Slate Sports TourneyUnder champion Joe Louis is Khrushchev accompanied
of the American
I Foss southern cities as having a rocky time of by U. S. A-Test Ban

Commission Releases loot Race Atlanta. Mobile New GRAMBLING La. (SPECIAL---Glum Eddie Joint sponsorshipof it as a boxing promoter.His Negotiator W. Averell

Orleans and Shreveport Robinson released a mean and ornery nine- Moulin Rouge Harriman. saw the U. S.
: Bream In Lake Areas CHICAGO (ANP) -- An the Jax Department of opera-
all-Negro crew manned La. where AFL teams game football schedule for the Grambling Recreation and the undergraduate tion on Hollywood's SUnset men maintain their slight

LAKE CITY Over 3,000 the 41-foot Bonsomi in have played withoutin Tigers Friday with the following notation. and graduate Blvd is running margin of victory coming
I' Nile River
Tilapia (
I t. .bream) were release by the 56th Chicago to cident. 'We hope to make Passes First Test members of Phi Beta deeper and deeper in the' from behind on severaloccassionsde&pite

II t the Game and fresh Water Mackinac race July 13. Both Foss and Rozelle things interesting, but --, Sigma. Alpha Phi Alpha, red. world
It marked the first time reaffirmed their state- what can you do with; a r' Kappa Alpha Psi and Beginning in January a record high jump champion
Fish Commission in Lake
a Negro-manned yacht ments that there is no roster riskly thin in fi.&. Onega Psi Phi Fraternities count of the house for Valery Brumel's 7 foot
Francis in Madison
has competed in the prejudice between Negro the line and positively r. a two-day sports the Louis promotions has 5 1/8 Inches new world
County, on July 10, according -
ra ce. and white players and skeletal in the back- tourney will be held shown a steady drop. record leap--to win by I

to J.B. Davis Theodore A. Jones, that coaches are interested field?" here Aug. 8-9. An attractive Joe's first three promo- the closest victory mar-

Commissioner for the senior vice presidentof only in seeing Grambling had its belt trophy will be tions has shown a steady gin ever recorded between -

Northeast regional. Supreme Life Insurance that the best playersget tightened by a one-two awarded the team total- drop. Joe's first three the two teams.

I Another load of Tilapia Company, will the positions. wallop from graduationand irg the highest number promotions drew 12275. Birmingham'sIntegrated
is scheduled for the
professional foot- of $1.798 and then a pretty
be at the helm. This or points during the
like in mid-July. Plans Is the first year of Sentry ...;: ball. tourney. good 4167. But the
call for the release of take for the last three
Fourteen seniors received Event will Include
racing for Jones, although :
approximately 1,000 fish Safety Moulin Rouge cards has
diplomas in June checkers ping Golf Off
per acre. he has been sailing pong been a dismal $800. $685 Pays
for the past five Council ,. and eight starters from .w i whist and tennis with and $758. Ala.
Lake Francis is the BIRMINGHAM --
years. the 1962 squad signed-- the tennis matches to be Add to that the cancel-
Safe Trip Tips ANP More than
first lake in north: ( ) -- 2.700
Jones was one of two Vacationers, business travelers American and National played .on the James Wel- lation of his TV contract have
Florida to be stocked persons played
Negroes denied member- "Sunday" drivers (even Football League con- don Johnson Branch YMCA and you get a
with the exotic fish three Birvinghac public
when it's only Saturday) are out
and it is being done on ship in Chicago's Burn- on the highways in full force.As tracts. HALFBACK Ted Dean who courts on Cleveland rd. rather dismal pictureof golf courses since they

I an experimental basis ham Park Yacht Club last an aid to motorists the Sentry Robinson bewails the missed the entire 1962 Other activities will Louis promotional were reopened on an

I Pete Crlttenden. Com- year. The other was Dr. Safety surance Council companies of the has Sentry compiled In- coming campaign before National Football League be held at Wilder Recre- future.The integrated basis.

mission biologist in William Walker. these safe driving tips: the first tackle is season because of a ation Center Third and champ' early spon- Park and recreation
Always make driver's rapped. broken foot, romped un- Mt. Herman Sts.
-charge of the project, The Chicago 'Park Dis- sure your sors have withdrawn. His board officials said the
license is to date and
up coach admits to a hindered the
The during Tournament director
for the parti-
sympathy
trict voted to cancel
states "Tilapia grow your insurance identification decision to reopen the
card is tucked in billfold. betterthanpassablebackfieldbut < Philadelphia Eagles first Julius Guinyard is has caused him
cipants
at ,a rate of approximately the club's lease after, your links is paying off at
Finally the Sentry Safety the Tigers practice session last
suggesting that all to overboard with
applications of the two go
one pound per Council says you never drive the rate of $700 a day
alone. Your will have to catch-as- week. Ted also success- fraternities sponsor oversized guarantees. A
club peoplein
)year and weigh four were denied. The passengers in net profit.The .
oncoming cars, cars catch-can with untried fully tested tis
you pass kicking intramural tournamentsto clear instance of out- .
to five pounds at later accepted them as
ma-
pedestrians who cross courses, and nearby
your path freshmen in the line.Pilot's .
foot
by constantly boom-
select
their cham-
landish was
guarantees
turity. members. family members at home all depend all of Birmingham'sother
qpon voter driviIDLactions.I ing the pigskin out of pionship teams for the the $15.000 to Willie
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HunchIs the end zone.Lakers'. ensuing two-day partici- Pastrano. to fight tional facilities were

I pation. All entries must Archie Moore. closed in January 1962.

k BOXING FRIDAY Rewarded Open be turned in to Guinytrd Time and money are in the face of a federal

by August 6.Liston. growing short for Joe court order to desegregate -
Jacksonville Beaches Police GRAMBLING. La. (SPECIAL)
1 Benevolent Association Presents July I Dr. C.D. Henry admits Court School GetsInvitation ,I Louis fight promoter

that he
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operates on whims and Elgin Baylor will be
JACKSONVILLE BEACH hunches. He
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BASEBALL PARK that it occasionallysaves celebrated Lakers who Sammy Davis Jr. has made

1 bin money. will assist in a basket- it clear who he picks.
2 BIG MAIN EVENTS 8:00p.m One of his hunches resulted -
ball school for young Sammy has invited heavy-
in a big savingfor
sters at the Santa Monica weight champion Sonny
JOLLIE WILSON BIG TOM DAKOTA the Grambling Col-
YS lege basketball team YMCA this summer. Liston and company to
Other members of the spend a week with him at

: ROCKY RANDELL when he won shoes for team scheduled to assistat Lake Tahoe after the
TIM FORD YS the entire 15-man squad. the school are Jerry July 22 title match

t Henry head of the department West. Rudy LaRusso. Rod against ex-champ FloydPatterson.

t of physical Hundley and Frank SelY)". y
education won tt! shoesin
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w Tallahassee Ministers PlN rT Piaw Tree I & Rffaks

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k. ;4N Action Agaiist T.Y. FirmV SP 14290

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V LEO'S SHE REPAIR
has been termed as racial bias in employ-

ment has resulted in stern action by the Talla- ..aaExotic -Shoe Repairing
r.y hassee Interdenominational Alliance against a
local television firm here this week. Of Afiy Kind

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Charles j. Parrish, a" S
d- 21-year old employe of Is Our Only BBSHHSS

the local Florida: TV here this week, the 845 Flftrida Averae
Service, told the minis- Ministerial Alliance
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.'it"-' ters that while assist- adopted and releasedthe BOYS WANTED

t:::: ing with the deliveryand following resolu- Earn Cash Selling the

!.: Installation of a tion: Florida Star Newspapers-

television for the "The Interdenomina- Mitsuko a Japanese dancer living in 2117 Wishart StreetOr

company? to a customer,- tional Ministerial Rome, was signef to head the sensuous dancers Call Fl 9-1271

he was asked his opinion"of Alliance of Tallahassee who entertained at the court of the pleasuremad -

,. Y telecaster Fiia' Blocks with grave con- Queen of Sodom in the lavish Biblical spec- .rY .s* *

Peppers. Parrish replied cern upon the recent tacle, "Sodom and Gomorrah," a multi-million- Sound Service for Advertising
Famed international businessman Harry E. Boyden (right) congratulates -
LAUNCHING---
that he was just dismissal of Mr. CharlesJ. dollar Titanus production in De Luxe Color whichis Dances, Ball
Osborne T. Poitier, president of The Regal Lady Elegance, Inc. in
another columnist. When Parrish as an em- being released by 20th Century-Fox starting Games, etc. Also Loud
Bridgeport, Conn. following the formal launching of the firm into the national -
accused that he called ployee of the Florida SUNDAY at the STRAND Theatre. It stars Stewart Speaker Service for
direct selling field and dedication of the firm s new offices. LawrenceR.
Peppers a "O) xaonist," TV Service of this city. Granger, Pier Angeli, Stanley Baker, Ros ana Banquets, Concerts
Chadbourne, Regal Elegance general manager, elatedly looks on after ,Boyden
Parrish explained he According to our information Podesta and Anouk Aimee. Record Hops etc.
had addressed staff of firm which has backing of $2. SOD.000.
had been missquoted. the dis- Q.l 3-5902-SOUND SERVICE

,,; QUIZZED BY MANAGER missal of Mr. Parrishwas Dr. Teele Authors APARTMENT
FOR RENT
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POLICE HOTTER Parrish stated that based on his admitting Hi Fashion
Large, Comfort e,Cozy
when he returned to the interest and Credit Union Article Rm for GentlemanChristian Beauty AidCall

1233 Swift Street was TV office, the manager participation in some
Hm.Elec. Kirc.WellEquipt1778
TALLAHASSEE---Dr. A. E.
WIFF DEFENDS SELF
the victim of an attack quizzed him as to his demonstrations for the p 0 59491HairStylingPermaweat
AGAINST HUSBANDA Teele, professor of Spires
last Monday police re- views on the segrega- full enjoyment of civil secondary education at I El 3-9942 Waves,
ported. tion ,and integration rights by all citizens.
16-year-old wife Florida A. and M. Uni- Tinting and Dyeing. Open
Mitchell said he was questions and was told Such action makes it PIANO WANTED
staged her own defense versity, li the author of
at the baseball park that by the employeethat difficult for us minis- Party Will Pay CASH Daily, 7:30 a.m. Until?
against her 28-year-old an article which appearsin
f watching a game when he (Parrish) had ters to give public or for Used PianoCallSP :- Mrs. Rose Ho hinson, Mrs.
husband last the
to Sunday current edition of
<: someone called him and once been arrestedfor private support to this 14290
,. during a domestic 'skir- the _Ne roEducati.onalRevi Maltonia Byrd.Miss Gerri
,, }".:. when he turned around participating in a company. In our o- '
mish police reportedMrs.
HERE'S JAMESM. Sadie M. McBride potash was thrown in his demonstration. Parrish pinion, the policy followed ew. JOHNNIE'S ROOMING HOUSE Bryant, Mrs. Clemmie

face. further told the the managementof 'The Florida and JOHNNIE' ROOMS-All
of 81(' ff. First' Street manager by A. M. Jenkins. Mrs. Callie
STAFFORDJim told officers Police said Mitchell that he believed that vne Florida TV Service University Credit Union',' Modern Furn-H&C Wtr-
investigating -
Jackson, Proprietor.
Stafford has been could give no description his e unnecessarily Free TV in Every Room
her husband race (Negroes) werentitled *r was penned by Dr. Teele,
driving his New Deal Cab McBride accusedher of the suspect but to the same provocative and con- traces the continuous 225 East Union Street 4414 Moncrief Road

16 Day for the past ten Isaac of going with one of he believes he is a man privileges as other trary, to the economic growth of the FAMU Fed- -- - - :... -

years, makfng many friendsfor the roomers in the house known, as "Cool". or members of other races.. .' stability of our com- eral Union. The union AnnouncementWe
himself and the com- and hit her. -Daddy Cool.'Patrolmen FIRED ON SPOT munity." Father Brooks had assets of less than 1
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because J. Jacksonand The told Par.* "that in Have Opened Renee's Restawart t
pany of his The wife also stated manager added, plain $500 when it was chartered

courteous ways and driving that she hit him with a Adolphus Jones invest rish that since their,, words, we are callingfor 28 years ago; today there Formerly MAC'S RES.

skills which have earned Royal Crown bottle cutting gfl.t ed. views differed on the a Boycott of this are more than a half at 838 Florida Avenue (Corner of Pippin St.)

him a safety award bonus him on his left . . . race question he would business, and it's no million dollars in assets. Mon-Thurs-5: a.lI.-lOp.II. Fri-Sat-4:30 a.m.-12 p.m. "I

every year. Jim is secre- hand. The husband was INTRUDER BFATEN be unable to use the secret." "While the growth in Sun-11 a.D.-8 p.m.

tary of the supervisory taken to Duval Medical HFLD FOR POLICE youth's services any Signed: assets has been encouraging BREAKFAST LUNCH DINNER

committee of the Com- Center for treatment and further. The official Fr.David H.Brocks ," writes Dr. Hamburger-All the Way-25 Hot Dogs-All the Way-1St

pany Credit Union. the wife was put in the 'Ftotrance: made by a man further stated that he President of the Teele, 'FAMU' s average Short Orders-Fried Chicken 13 -Pork Sbop -67e Fish65

Mr. Stafford, his wife juvenile shelter on account last Wednesday who would fire anyone with Ministerial Alliance monthly payroll ,_hi ch i Stew Beef-67-With 2 veg.-Orders to take out-Cig.28

Josie and their three of her age. threatened the woman of views differing from is in excess of a quarter : Ice Cream-19 pt-Coffee-9t-Drinks-Cola It Others 9t
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sons, Paul, Jim and Tony Patrolmen J. Jackson and the house resulted in his own.During. million dollars. i

live at 1539 West 5th Adolphus Jones investigated the man's capture and their meeting

Street and they own their arrest police reported SAVE 4r
own home there. The Staf- .. . . The front door at 1501 Tampon Urges

ford family attend Mt. POTASH THROWNIN Davis Street was opened

Sinai Baptist Church. Jim MAN'S FACE with a case knife by a Strong Stand \ iJ1dD

is a red hot sports fan- n.a identified as Lloyd ,

baseball and football John Mitchell. 19. of McKnight.
Civil 4Ltso
I On RightsRev. ?
rate real high with him. :'J lJ lJ lJ l J ll \J \J lJ L

\However, his biggest News Published Free? >.. A. Leon Lowry of ,t oo sroa s
thrills come from the <= Tampa, president of :

auto races-if there's a Yes Lady... 7 Florida's state con-
race within driving distance ference of NAACP branches -

and Jim has the H) The Florida Star C! implored the na- r. I

time-you can bet he'llbe tion's governors meet-

there. Publishes AllChurchClubFraternal (! ing this week in Miamito
Why not dial El 4-1611 5 take a "welldefinedand '

and ask for Jim Staffordand News forthright" stand 4

Cab 16 Day the next 9 Wedding or Banquet PicturesFreeFreeFree .G on civil rights.
time you need the con- Lowery wrote the governors -

venience and comfort of a "the gravity 0 four

cab ride? But You Must Get It In Early vr : national racial ,..

{. ...,. t. w.tch wr ".It ...." 12 Noon situation" promptedhis
h.w S..A.y ...."iot.' .t 1,30 > Tuedays plea, adding. ./
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'your refusal to deal
Note There's a small charge
K.i,At. ( :

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be most unfortunate 1"- Beef at its Best III H

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