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Title: The Florida star
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Creation Date: August 3, 1963
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NAACP Urges High School, College I Grads





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Postal Dtit.AaMtAlMB * * '* * * AUGUST 3, 1963 15 CENTS ?

Punishment To Fit The Crime ,RiOts Leaders
v Wwn es New MoTHERSA !J


Jail OpCRIMfS Plas Own INYTIGATEU, i

Examinations for sub- 'Flllblster'IASHINGTONANPIf


: special stitute stitute delivery carrier clerk messen-sub-and a southern filibuster FOR CHILD CRUELTY


ger were announced begins before or after
1? the
Monday by the Boardof A Iker scheduled Aug. 26
t
U. S. Civil Service r L h" Freedom March here * * * *
1( NX than Reports State Child I I'
more 1,000 demonstrators -
Examiners Post Office r l( Blasts Fired lito BedroomOf
will come--or .
Department Atlanta Scars Lost
,'- Georgia. remain--and hold mara- Ocala Doctor's Daughter Eye, .
thon filibusters' Police arrested
Qualifications state of a 28 year old .

'. that the minimum age their own, leaders of OCALA---Police were still conducting an areawide last night and held her for investigation on

the March on Washington search for two white men suspected of firing a charges of "contributing to the delinquency of a
requirements is 18
( stated last week. shotgun through the window of an NAACP leader's minor child and maltreatment ctf said child."
years and the age'
Meeting in New York home' here last Saturdq'night.. Doctors at Duval County | .1at Ute 1Iotte..1s
limit is waived for .. very
-. -. -. -. .- .- \
, organizers of the Medical called poll e
&
high school graduateswho investigators said the i_&ftfAoari shed andMttftture
may be appointed : demonstration also blasts were fired into when Mrs. Vera M. Smit*? of a much
s
at age 16 if permitted disclosed that on Aug. an unoccupied bedroomof HitchhikerIs of 741 Mars-Venus Court yo fer.aaild. j

f. by local child labor 4 28, civil rights leaders Dr. ;L. R. Hampton s brought her 3 year old The following statement

: laws. This age limit will attempt to seven-year-old daughter son, Harold Marvin Smith was released to officersby
ST"V* meet eith President .two Shot to DMC for treatment
i does of the pellets the attend tog physi-
not to
apply peraonrr f
UNIQUE PENALTY---A
youthful offender is around
midnight. The
Kennedy to offer their piercing a little toy cians.
entitled to veteranS -
: preference.. paying the,' penalty imposed on him by the rapport for passage of : rabbit. lying on the By Motorist mother stated that the "The child is grossly

his civil child's bed. The child child could not keep any- malnourished with
rights pack numerous t
juvenile Jury which sits in the
Persons planning
on Municipal YULEE James Howard
thing his
on stomach and
age and ask for aboli- was out riding with her old scars and fresh !
taking the examinations Court presides, over by Judge John Santora. tion of additional father at the time. 22. of Savannah, was was sickly and weak.. She skin infections He has
nationwide -
should contact the Civil shot twice roadside
by the -
Members! of the Jacksonville Youth League, discriminatory Hampton a dentist anda stated that she took him an old trumatic injury to
Service in their here
manager, by an unidentified -
to local I
a physician onTuesdB3' his left The Mother
practices. member of the National eye.
and a group of Negro youth working for
respective areas com- man in a 30 and
A. Philip Randolph Association for July was says she does not know
secure Announcement No.' munity improvements with headquartersat passing car, Nassau told that the child had
spokesman h ow the injury was
the
for the Advancement of
coordinating -
At-148-17 After County Deputy Sheriff
(63) Shiloh Baptist Church the worms and to take him to caused because she _511' t 1
receiving Card Form compose jury. group and Colored People which Colvin Smith reported.,
the medical "
"Father of the has been center. home at the time. Drs. -t
March"said demonstrating
fill in Howard told officers he
5000-AB re-
Local Brunch Slatts When the doctors noted Thomas Donaldson and Alton .
Workshop leaders will here "It
said
quired information andtf ask was a had missed a charter bus that the
baby's body
was
"-"""maiiit.to'the local_ j For an end to school segregat miracle no one was hurt used for an outing to covered with old and new King treated the ;;

postmaster or to Board Aj ;Jkwifs'-Prt-JExwii' Sfwly- -,- Ionian*end fo pol ice .. .continuing ;.MX: American Beach back to sores and questioned the patient and referred him

of U. S. Civil Service Scoring laxity on the"part) of qualified"..:"-br t 1.1t".Q.rctBt: a t v.,,* *mot' J"1 er-in-law" *: .; *and two+ Savannah and was tryinghitch mother, she replied,, to the officers.
i
Examiners, Post Office high school and college graduates to take 'prevent Job discrimination *sisters-in* =law were=inji Si to -hike*bo &| L e-.e| faches, himself Investigating officers
advantage of and 'the'ho ; at the#\- time ***9 -: aa r j JMewfti ftW JyQej$ ldon, and Clarence. ...
the
Department Room 100r landslide of jobs-opening promote full 'having .been' given;& ride"> and sorest t break outT He ..
i. Main Post Office Building opportunities now available in government employment and a $2 of the shooting.;>> into Yulee. will not chew his food Barton. "

Atlanta Georgia and industry Rutledge Pearson, president minimum wage.Details Chief Deputy SheriffH. The victim told officer and swallows it whole." Direct Adieus

30304. of| the Jax Branch of the National Associa- of the Aug. A. Geiger said he was about three. mile e'. The baby lost an eye f

tion for the Advancement of Colored People 28, demonstrations and Hampton's motherinlawhad of the town when a car,' while the family was

JFK Approves said: the Branch is opening a jobs-screen- march were presentedto Just left the room. passed him backed up living in Louisiana in Mopped Out ;

ing department Monday at the organizations the group by the Although reports dif- and someone shot him 1961 and has cataractson :-

Rifkfs Merck ;Ftiite 312 offices in the ,Masonic Temple. Rev. Waiter Fauntroy. fered as to the numberof twice causing a flesh the other eye. The By CommitteesMIAMI

410 Broad Ftreet. * * * # pastor of Washington's shots fired, Hampton wound in his arm, the mother also told physi- /

S If PticefulWASHINGTON citing the examination area has a far-too- New Bethel Baptist said the people in the second shot breaking a cians that the child Dade County'

(ANP) records of applicantswho large backlog of college Church and Southeastern house thought they bone in his right thigh. faints frequently. school drop-outs came

President Kennedy last took the Meter graduates awaiting Christian Leadership heard three blasts. Howard was taken to The mother has seven under the direct scrutinyof

week gave his qualified Reader, and recent teaching jobs and that Conference headed by Witnesses across the Humnhreys Memorial Hos- children two girls and 20 educators and community -

approval to the planned Firemen's civil ser- many of those people Dr. Martin Luther King. street said two white pital for treatment in five boys. Harold s twin leaders meeting

massive. "March on vice examinations as should take advantageof A&rto men, pulled up in a Fernandina Beach afterhe brother is also sicklyand Wednesday night to spearhead I

Washington" demonstra- s somewhat"discouraging better-than average Crash car fired the shotgun stopped a motorist undernourished Investigating a countywide attack :

tion by some 100.000 he also pointed. out thata wage positions now through the window and who contacted authori officers reported sponsored by the Dade

persons which is being definite lack of interest awaiting qualified applicants Kills Woman; sped away..sUSPld. ties. that a 13 year School Board.


.. civil sponsored rights by organiza several by Negroes has possessinga been shown ;race, color regardlessor or creed. Driver Isfrred y Admits Negro Lawmen Fired the with sefeool representatives system Metro-of

tions. higher Level of academic The new AACP department and city governments.
and A woman passenger in a 11 Breakias Juvenile agencies meeting ,
technical \
will be
The President who had open from
said on June 19 that he tr ai nl n g. 10 a.m. until 5 p.m. car which went out of A 22-year old Following Boiita Raid in their first bud- Ii,
control last suspect die
"' did not favor a march on He also stated his daily' Monday through Friday on many areas vere surveyed -
the 'convictions that this Friday. U.S. 1. south of the who was caught last Sunday ... culminating in a
Congress itself
was morning Inside PUNTA GORDA A Saturday
Duval-Nassau County a stamp. highly satisfactory session
asked at his press con- line and struck a tree, place of business by a July 27 gambling Suspended Monday by to all concerned.

ference whether he objects NAB MIAMIAN IN was killed and die car's private guard admitted raid by Federal and City Manager C.C. Ryan Among the numerous suggestions
to the, demonstration -
state agents resulted
eleven in
other
driver was listed in burglaries was Patrolman Riley Ware preseated and
as now planned. The satisfactory condition city detectives re- the firing of two Negro and during the same time given the green light for

POOL ROOM MURDERFollowing Wednesday at Duval po rted. law enforcement officers Sheriff Travis Parnell further study were:

.1" Medical Center policereported. Held in city Jail on here Monday fired Negro Deputy James The establishment of
.
breaking and entering The joint raid conducted Beaufo rd. free kindergartens in
\ a feverish fight when
they nabbed
t and at a gambling
search for two days him. Dead on arrival at larceny charges is The three persons arrested certain areas which
house
Duval Richard William Foster resulted in the during last Satup would be staffed
Miami police on Wednesday ''T Medical Center was by
7 arrest of three
S arrested the suspect Gels life :.l arm Mrs. Bernice Frances who Negroes day night's raid were volunteer work... '.';.-
{ were charged with Robert and Yvonne Coil- .........
they had been looking FACING trial before Circuit Boyd of 1470 f a 16th Urge small *. to
conducting
J I a gambling
St., who man and Celestine John- employ drop-oaW,fa4ead
for in connection with Judge Charles A. according to
house without Pederal ......
a ......... .
Luckie Monday of relying OB larger
P county
the fatal shooting ofa easantHarold patrolmen died v

Miami man.Arraigned. Brown. 39, 835 W. of multiple head and Funeral Services Held For operations to take care .
of the overload :
on chargesof Duval St. was sentenced! internal injuries.

first degree murderis to life Imprisonment for Admitted to the Medical Well-bowl Miami Mortician Extend the co..it7s

Way son Walker 21, Center in serious con- R Funeral services were held last Wednesday for Lovell Jool program tire Mil

who allegedly shot S4 dition but later listedas :. L. Richardson Jr. well known funeral home operator 10 p.m. so that facilities -

20-year-old Luther Jones 2 improved was the Mini. Richardson was born in Orange Lake Florida might remain la rue
+ -I car's driver Felix In 1925. acquired at the Palmer 1 especially ia depressed
t Stevens Jr. in a pool- Reddlct. H __ Memorial Institute in

room at 814 N.W. 2nd 37, of 1841 Mon- N.C. and Booker T. Washington in Miami. Fla. areas.
+ PRESIDENT KENNEDY ; we was a Lt. in He died Ask good students to
/.re. last Monday nightat crief Villages theUnited on Friday July
march, set for Aug. 28. about"ll:20. Reddick according to States Army dnring 26. 1963. at 10'00 am. .. start a per oato"raoasales
Stevens _
.
will be centered on the tr' WW" II. He graduated Richardson leaves to and t tori.g campaign -
died at the scene of Patrolman E. E. Thor- RICHARD W POSTER ,
Washington monument. ; from Beth ne Cookman mourns his departure a among potential
: burn said he drivj
the shooting. was of '
427 W.
Union
: The President added: I ir; St. College In 1951 with a school drop-outs lain
Detectives j ins north at about
Kenneth J. Poster was found Inside
"I look forward to j B.S. degree in Business their Oft aefeoels. ,
Jones and Charles M. 11:40 p.a. on the four- the place of business bye
being here. I am sure Administration. In 1951 Demand elected officials t tcarl'7out
Shephard reported the lane highway when h R.A.
Kirkland. operator
members of :
Congress will PLEASANT he entered the Atlanta arbaa reaewalprograms
t be here. There had",-, ,shooting was a resultof the H. BROW fell asleep his car of a private: guard. and School of Mortuary ridding the

,',. been talk that Congress a fight Between the the first degree murderIn swerving off the road burglar .alarm business. Science in Atlanta.. Ga. -D county of slam areas
men the, n1.it before. May 24 pistol and striking a pinetree Foster, according to
would the
adjourn during and finished In 1952. said to be Ute mall area
.' slaying of his
tiae the protest Is Walker:.waa,picked up at estrangedgirl about seven feet detectives admitted for
n- -. friend. Martha In the fall of 1952 he responsible dropouts -
being held. the home of a friend. Bur off the shoulder of the breaking and larceniesfrom becaae business to a greater degree.

I The Washington demon- Daisy Mae Dixon at nett Hall. 40. at 1262W. rued eleven service stations and director manager .
: 32 Ftreet. of the very
stration is being sponsored 4935 N.I. ,26th Are. a- The lap act.pushed the and businesses success full funeral home 5 Metro CoaaiMita Caalr-

'e by the NAACP>> the bout 8:30 Wednesday -Firm car's.encti into th edaring the past several establishment that his lr.LOY13.L .; man Joe Boyd's motions

I Congress of Racial night. that Advertise front seat and the two .5 .months. parents built. j; that the sweep become

I Equality and the st ment Police said talker In The Negro Press passengers were thrown L. IIQWU )1(. JR. peraaaeat sad meet agala
loaf s Good Saturday? On May 14, 1954 he was
Non-Violent Coordinating showed physical evidence Want And AppreciateYour forward striking the married to Miss Beatrice devoted wife. Beatrice at the dis retioa of the

Committee, among other of an earlier windshield reportsstated. See Tie Clown' Burrows his parents Mr. aDd school board w.a1MIt adopted.

groups. Patronage On Page 9 Mrs. Lovell Richardson, *,-. *
:. !+*Sr.. two children.





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2 FLORIDA STIR SATURDAY ABGHST, 3, ...19S3u
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'YMII. FLORIDA STAR =F STAND D4CIf 313tER- : -I_ -1 :-POLITICS AS USUAL

NEWS
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8Y ERIC 0 SIBFSIN

Published by the Florida Star Publishing Co. .
Member of Associated Negro Press" 1 y. 1 t In urging support for and strengtheningof

1, i !M r ,alfTIi the Administration's Civil Rights Bill,

EMC I. SlttfSIN................MMHMAIYSN E6itlr .t.
? the American Civil Liberties Union reminded

E. WISE...............News Etttf 1: Congress--in the words of the

.iliA WMTEN.....................CkcrialiM IHller Declaration of Independence--that the' .
pra I
1 United States government was institute*

HAM 0FFKE ft PLANT M 1 t \ with the prime purpose of securing equal f*!

'ty and other inalienable rights for all

: 2323 krill iiW..PkiM Elite -I112- men. '
;
-EL 4-J7I3 "The Administration's Bill deserves to

supported, of course, John de J.
MAILINfi
AIIRESS:.
Pemberton, Jr. the CLU* s executive di :
'..P... "i. III 581 1, JicksflifilU 1 1.. FlifilaSIIISCRtHIIM '.. L -..
p -" rector, told the House Judi-

IATES v w ciary Committee, "though

;.....' ..r?., one Tear 10.00 Half Tear, 4.00 ..,* certain of its provisions -
%"v:Hailed to Too Anywhere In the United States ':.
should be strengthened and
Subscription Parable in Advance iiU'
Send Check or Money order to: : i' i some serious omissions repaired -
p ".' j FLORIDA STAR P.O. BOX 561, .v'' -AND YOU STILL "
BELIEVE THE U.SJI .
; ',, ',. ... -Jacksonville 1, Florida tr; IS RUDY TO
.., ,,,,",' -, LiA01roU'a The section on voting wouldbe
r. ," ,
I kr improved, the ACLU spokesSIMPSON

;.,.-, ; 9 .:,KftiRtwly Pojmlir, Mvslins man said, by making 'a sixth-grade education -

: Disliked First MijrHtfro conclusive proof of literacy for
.
.... f state as well as federal elections. "
-- w-- --
.. Poll Rcvftils, r. With respect to outlawing discrimination --

(Continued From Last Week) PASSAGE OF CIVIL RIGHTS BILL WILL PROVE WE ARE READY MR. PRESIDENT in public accomodations, Mr. Pember-

'. ton said the ACLU believes there is authority -
"j r- _ _
Newsweek feels the Negro revolt of the for grounding this provision on,

1 Oscan be called a 'Television Revolu- either the Commerce Clause of the Con-,.
Your I
tion'"' as much as anything. TV has obviously : ::: :: Weekly .. stitution or on the Fourteenth Aaendaent.or '

brought a whole new sparkling 4-- both., ,The statute should be "applicable -

white world to the Negro and whettedhis to all places of public accoaodation
,. :: Guide' '
appetite for better things. f : Horoscope : which engage in or affect interstate commerce -

Negroes Interpret white ,resistance as I II regardless of size. The only excep-

the result of < ear. They list fear of Job tion we would admit is one or two-family
y PABLO The ASTROLOGER :
displacement, fear intermarriage, anda houses which take in travelers."

vague fear of social change ( "They're The section on school desegregation
WHICH ARE YOUR LUCKY DAYS FOR
afraid they'll lose their maid ) A which authorizes the Attorney General to'

fourth reason given by some is that "the BUSINESS LOVE TRAVEL I institute .civil actions r under certain.

white man just naturally wants to feel - - - -- circumstances, was criticized as "too
.
superior." modest." The ACLU pointed out that "It
A.RI ES run along the lines of unpleasant and frustra- Dec. 21stIt

Despite this, 52 per cent of American thru romance and creativity, ting experiences. Other- contains no requirement that school dis- .
March 21st
Born
to follow wise the aspects are
Negroes think. white racial attitudes have April 19th enabling you may be very importantto tricts begin compliance with the Supreme
them up with enthusiasm. generally good for make friends with the

improved J" in ,the past five years, and a,:' There seems to be little 12081698128 earnings and profit You persons who can further Court's 1954 decision outlawing segrega-

,whopping 73 per cent think white attitudes doubt that y air duties seem to_ have the ambition your career or who can tion in public schools. We recall that

will improve ,even more in the next five are claiming a great CANCER skill to forth and endurance the- aid you in having your this was a plank in the 1960 Democratic
of time and rut
part your Born June 22nd thru talents recognized in
years., energy.. And if you are July 22nd the' necessary effort. responsible circUs.Thl platform."

':They 'cite basic reasonableness--or 'con., one of the" Arians :who .'" ,,' rt ... ./;'r .'. _.r:', 2-803-19. .::'.. 83.--...,....*..tLIBRA '. '-could meantBUch. :;;> ,tr AU::. Pembertpn.'welcome'd-the "provision i,
: '
,", isy the *"
i are'jin: love witluaa'at- -r- : moie'to from
Althoughthis you a pre-
feel '
,..science'as. the reason. Negroes .' .' : establishing Community Relations Ser-
,;nontb/wben vast
'B Dumber
or well financial
> t tractive.qersonf\ tige as as -
':' .'the white man 'won t kick a man who Is 1 particular hobby, you of people P are occupied. Born Sept. 23rd' thru point of vie? than vice, offering only the caveat that "the .

down* and this justifies their faith in tend to burn the mid- with vac tlonal and Oct. 23rd you presently realize. Service not be mistaken for an enforcement I
night oil to prolongyour similar pursuits, you You should also considerj
non-violent protest. He urged that the section extending -
hours of labor and may find it more advantageous Those who may have mis- dning organizationshaving agency.
!
Still, they trust the Federal govern- enjoyment. Even if you to stay on taken you as a person a membership of the life of the Civil Rights Commission .

ment (83' per cent) more than they do any have great vitality, you the job and obtain what- whom they can freely people who share your for four years be amended to make ,
cannot afford to dissipate ever business there is push around are bound to hobbies or cultural in-
white. group. Congress gets only 52 per it a permanent agency. :
.. '" it indiscrimi- to be had.The Jupiterian discover, to their sur- terests. 4

cent approval. Among whites, they profess' nately for long, take influence which is prise, that you can very 8-20-33-12-62-823 The ,section designed. give statutory 1

liking, for Catholic priests (57 per advantage of the will emanating from your well speak, up and, take CAPRICORNBorn basis to the existing president:Coa-j!
ingness, of your dear solar 10th house gives care of yourself when
cent) and Jews (44 per cent) ones and collaboratorsto you great advantages in they go too far, yous Dec. 22nd thru mittee on Equal Opportunity was held in- !>

Only 40 per cent think labor unions have take some of the promoting your material eem to be quietly Jan. 19thNo adequate. The ACLU recommended legislation 1
matter what
responsibilities off interests. should be determined to shake anyone
helped Negroes. your shoulders. enabled to interest pro- yourself loose from any has to say your instincts which would entrust the administration ;:*

They are mostly patriotic despite their spective partners and to restraints and to con- are the best and enforcement of a federal fair employ- l: ,
2-66-90-18-84-269 judges as to what you .
grievances, but one in every five said obtain any capital back- duct your own life as should or should not do. ment practices statute to a single ad-t t
fit. Ton I
ing that is required. you see mayfigure
they would not, fight for this country or TAURUS You will have to be among those who Recheck your plans to ministrator--whose formal complaints would j

aren't sure if they would fight. The maJority Born April 20th thru .careful about making have chosen this monthas discover flaws or omis- be heard by an Independent board equipped ;

are eloquent in their devotion to May 20thIf commitments that could the right one for sions.your objective Set about winning with a 'with power to issue cease-and desist / (
tie your hands in the the exchange of wedding
,the U.S. and choose it 4 to 1 over any you are one of the future. vows. But there are will. The unexpected orders. I :
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other nation as the place where the Negro Taureans who has been 5-40-66-18-65-546 other signs that you should be on your side Mr. Pemberton also called for passage )
saving with zeal to LEO feel very Insecure Inside when you are conducting
can get the fairest break. Only 4 percent achieve a secret aim, it and that you are important business or of a bill already introduced which would _
23rd thru :
believe there is no discriminationin locks as though you have Born July 22nd acting under the whip- the suggestions of mis- permit federal prosecution of local law
reached your destina- Aug. lash of necessity Instead guided friends could
the Soviet World. enforcement officers who deny citizens :
tion. You may purchasethe Yea are apt to feel your of according to very well Infuse doubts ,
The. Negro wants not only basic rights business, propertyor oats and to take flaring the dictates of your doubts in your mind if their civil rights "under color of law." .:

'and' economic Improvement, but integration lands you have had chances that would scare heart.480TT1391487. you are too Impression This should make it possible, he
most else. While able. This could turn the
your eye on. for quite anyone eX-I f
as well. Three out of four low-in- some time. Make sure this could prove highly taste of victory from plained, "successfully to prosecute :
'
_come Negroes and almost nine out of every that everything is profitable at times, sweet to bitter. cal police officers both for their own 1 I

:ten- middle and upper-income Negroes want make aboveboard fin commitments before you or just losses as could easily.be suffered Benefit Oct.SCORPIOBorn 24th thru 9-10-55-17-89-915 brutality and for turning- their becks.. on !, .j

7to, work with whites. sign on the dotted line. from the great enthusiasm Nov. 22ndIf Born AQUARIUS,Jan. 20th thru the' brutality of-others." -" : 1

e:/Almost- two out> of every three want to If you .are in the least that drives you you have something eb. 18th The ACLU' spokesman went on t 'urge '

!live in mixed neighborhoods (85 per cent make emotional a serious, you mistake could by forward planning but temper long and it important to accomplishand The more solid qualitiesof enactment of legislation -providing that

prefer their homes carefully before you seem to lack the your nature are now cities, counties, and other political
own ), Seventy-one percent Instead of obtaining the necessary assurance to emerging. This fact will INb'f'f
best of the bargain, as swing into action. You divisions are liable for daaagee f o-r-
want their children to attend mixed do it by yourself you be noticed by the per- .:

schools, but only 51 per cent would want planned. Others among can lucky consider during the yourself first should lose no time in sons who know you best. the unconstitutional acts of their em-
to undertake
you prefer -
may
approaching the friends It will earn new respect s!
this if it inconvenienced the children. major improvements three days of this quar- for placing ployees. ,I
who can lend you a hand. you, you
The NAACP is the Negroes' favorite or- around the house,' re- ter. But chance could They could have access in a position where your .

ganization (81 per cent), with CORE (59 furnishings.decorate or buy .new suddenly face giving rake an rise about-to to who the can very open Individuals the right views solicited and with opinions growing are Dhkant Asprd ly ApplllSI '

;per cent) and the Urban League (54 percent 8-44-20-13-59-842 confusion and possible I doors or furnish yon frequency. You are better .

financial loss. I disposed to drop extrava- By ADOLPH J. SLAUGHTSl _
: ) next in popularity .,--: with the means of realizing -
GEMINI : 3-60-99-14-82-369 your ambitions. If gant inclinations in
.
-The controversial Adam
congressman
'. Born May 21st_- ruJune' you have something to favor of economic policies
the issue of r.aee
WASHINGTON-ANP ,
''Clayton Powell is approved of by 51 ,
21st' VIRGO .i hide, you should not *
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'per' _cent of the Negroes polled and_ ;.52- Be guided, by events:,' as Born Aug. 23rd thru ; draw attention to your- 7-50-11-13-58-751 it does not take much for a sontiers

'per cent of the Negro leaders. unusual as they may be. self. Any showdowns PISCES Senator to make himself appear fooUs;, .
... .. Sept. 22nd in authoritymay :
: instead of trying to with those
Born Feb. 19th thru for, given enough time, he will sued BO ;
The newsweek drawn
survey was to include lead or create them. The result in outcomes March 20thIt i
of. The desire to make your be consideredvery assistance from anyone. t :
national Negro representation by most unexpected results that may is possible that some

: geography.profession. sex, age and socioeconomic may provide the mark or to draw attention detrimental. You of you will not be free Such was the case last week wires Bator ;' !
means to mold a future to yourself is the could be the one who has of time 1
to dispose your
stroll?Thurmond (D-SAC.) accused a dared
standing. During the past month, that is more. in keeping very one that can make. to shoulder the blame or until you have caught up !

v1.157 interviews were made by 150 trained with your needs and tem- trouble for you. If yon the penalty for the ac-' with certain unfinished hearing room of spectators of being left-

perament. Since your allow yourself to be tions of your friendsor t cks. Instead of wasting wingers and civil"righters because they
Harris pollsters (all but 6 of whom were drawn into unconventional ,
mind is exceptionally allies. valuable time in
;Negroes, ). Each interview took an average keen during this period, pursuits or to do 6-30-44-15-45-634": useless worry. roll up applauded Dean Risk, Secretary of State

Jof. : two-and-a-quarter hours to complete. 1' t will grasp the something unusual, to -> your sleeves and get to following his appearance before the Senate
attract public attention e 1 3
also made of significance of the SAGITTARIUSBorn work., Commerce Committee, currentlyhearings img
Tfcere was .a separate survey ,
the risk
r, ..'..';. trends that are now you run -r'; f

,'IN.. 1 ..4..'carefully. a_. r' '.s,selected_ ." .. .':"N.egro!..., .." -,_leaders, !..f;-: .developing.- ., Tour. ideas" of exposing yourself to Nov. 23rd thrv 2-8G-1'f. .....-1B-73-m, _. #I on 'a. civil- ...- rights- .,bill.UiE .. .--t

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i. fr-' ;" ;;1, ,:', .- :Organization' Holds Ceremony woddhr', ,s "- W'.W..,. 'VI"'") "l'

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, Bells. Meets Saturday
An important meeting of

Willie 'Mack, Jr. 2925 Gateway Barracks 3131 and

Westmount St. 20 and Its' Auxiliary is slated

Edna Bell Hughes,,. 2935 fox Saturday>at.,?,.1'II..
F Willow Street..'- 18: "'' '*. at 14&8 Tyler st:'. 'J. s.

Willie G. Bryant,, Bald Irvin, coM' ander, aDd
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i win, Fla. 65 and CarrieBellWhite.Baldwin Robert Morgan, adjutant
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., announced: ; > f ij *

.II Floiida,*.-57.- .*. ? ....---..>,.,;.- -.VacalioningMrs. .
Randall M. Harmon,
,7020
I ;: > : Hattie Barnes accompanied -
r- New Kings Rd. 23 arid y by her grand-

.t"e Evelyn Billingslea. 5S64 daughter Miss. Brenda A.

Paris Ave.. -18'.:. *.',? : Barnes. left'; the' city

Vincent. Hayes., Jax recently for Detroit.,
:
; Beach Florida 20- and .Mich, where they are.

Feferi Cobbs, Jasper.> house ,guests of Mrs.
Y Florida, 20. Barnes' daughters Hrs.
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'1 ; > The Jets Social: and ,Johnnie Mae Beard.JOHNNIE'S .
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>( 't .... Savings Club will serve'
t ..' ::-: f ...... .it : HOTELFREE l
''. '" .. ; '- + : fish and chicken dinners
" ; ...<,<', ;. ': ,. ; Saturday during the day TV IN EVERY ROOM !

.- =.' <', -t.' ... ,:,A.' ":..."'J':), /.'.,.<, 'tJa .-4-;<' ., :.I at 1218-B. Pearce 'St. 741 W. AshleyJaxFla.For '
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-< >', '}. '::';;.&:;. ..:, : ;:';; ( ; Mrs. Rosa Lee Hall Reservations, Call

"i; E. "'. r.,. : t :) "!t'i(;,:\ 1, Y\-; : :- jtiee nresident. F1 3-4O25 '
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PETES%EW MEMBERS The: DLtL Civic Club inducted new members into the : \.J V lv V V V
-iJ., seated"" ... ..from. Iett' in photo' (right) : Mesdanes, 'Mascorine Samilton, vice
,organization recently during an initiation-social held in Continental r,_ ldI:. president; Merdis 'Flensing financial secretary; .Annette Collier president News Published Free? -
Bowling Alley's Social Poon. Following the ceremony a buffet luncheon .,. : ; Miss Bertha Martin recording ,. !)1 : .
secretary Mesdames ii
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; Willie Mae Bon- -/y ': G
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highlighted: the social Interlude. New members shown with regular members l., cher Yes Lady. t-1iJ: A V
Ella Mae \
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reporter, ; Johnson business manager ,and Fssie James,trea-
J ip left photo from left are: Mesdames Elizabeth Young. Clementine Me* .? ';: ,surer '
t f' Claud. Wilma Kirkland. Chaplain Thelma Shoote Sylvia Levy. Barbara "',I,- :'", ., 1 'The Florida Star tkiT. G

"I .Clayton, Mary Alice Bennett. Joanne Taylor (regular member). Officers (STAR photos by Jesse Tarrance) .,

i :.. v Publishes AllChurchClubFraternal' G ;.

ft : BIRTHS Dual Party Festive Occasion News '

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Jdr..an.d Mrs. Frank: Mr. and ,Mrs.,._ lce] o Wedding or Banquet PicturesFreeFreeFree G t

Luster.. ;'"1352 Grothe St.; Baker; 1910 Venus St. ;
! Bo y1 '':' 'Girl I gr p E> G

MjnaadTMrs:' : :: : Hanes, M.r. ,-Wnd- .Mr15-.' Elijah; But You ,Must Get It In Early,

Jones: 1742 Bro ker St.: Bowens ; 5511 Sunny Tuedays 12 Noon .
' Girl./ f V V G
i Acres IT. ; Girl.
\ Mr. and Mrs. Eddie L. Mr.. and Mrs,. Adam Gor- (Note: There' s a small charge

I Stephens; 442 Belford dan; 7874 Dekle' Ave ; :) for taking pictures)' l G
I Street; Girl. Girl.

Mr. and Mrs. Johnny Mr. and Mrs. Puben Haw- Florida Stagy "

Brown; 1943 Spring Dr.,; kins; 1131 W. 20th St. ; 2323 MONCRIEF RD. "COR. '13th STREET '
Boy. Boy.

Mr. and Mrs. Charles Mr. and Mrs. Eddie ':) J JACKSONVILLE 9 f

Bryant !,1623 Moncrief Thomas; 1819 W. 6th St. ; n n n n n FLORIDArf

V 11ageGirl.Mr Girl. TM ; I F : n=
and Mrs. TheodoreJ.ilJDavTiJ2127 r. and Mrs Day.id _
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Brow ;; 1135 Ft. Caroline
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ftreet! Girl. Road; Boy. J '44ry
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,Mr. sand Mrs. Thomas C. Mr. and.Mrs. Eugene

Gainey; 948 W. Ashley Hardy;' 737 ,Phelps St. ; No wonder '
Street; Girl. Girl.

.Mr. and Mrs. William Mr. and Mrs' Julian zt e .

Stoddard; 601 Osbo.rne Graham; 3830 Spires St.; the English
Street: Boy. Girl. __
Mr. and Mrs. Joseph Mr. and Mrs. John Tol- __ V

Street Poblnson? ; Boy.;, 4974 Harrison Boy.liver; 6482 Trenton Dr. ; ___ keep so cool !

l
r -rr' '' ;- "-; (mix Cordon's, gill in a tall,
a
i ,ifiltsu Pepsi -
iced t/rink--l you will, too!},
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for those n ...____. .
wthinkyoung '
JOINT CELEBRATION---A large number of guests assembled Thompson, David Baker, Mrs. Rosa Lee Riles, Mrs. "TPhe EigHh are not easily fazed, 1.j
on the lawn of Sgt. and Mrs. Wilbur 11 1.
Hampton Pinkie Johnson, Henry Tobler, Tommy Thomas, Mr; even by summer heat. This
home, 6817 W. Virginia Ave., Lincoln Estates, to and !Mrs. Johnson. Standing: Mrs. Julia Tobler John national talent was given a cheer .
'V. join in the embarking for over-sea duty of Sgt.. ful accompaniment in 1769 I
V Pep: .,. Royal. Sitting from left: Mrs. Stafford. Mr. and j
when Alexander Gordori
Hampton and the birthday celebration of Mrs., Eliza-
Mrs.. Williams, Mrs. Caroline Royal, Mrs. Mamie V 4'
beth Crawford. The affair was given by his wife, troducedhisremarkablegin y
': /:\.-, ". ., ,' !5 xa "f Mrs. Rosa Bell Baker, Mrs. Beulah Hughes, Mrs. Ross, Mrs. Thomas, The Gordon's you drink today
Hampton. Guests
..., ,. present to enjoy the
Mrs. Estelle
-. ;. '' Corley, M. Smith
"' Mrs. Mabell Collins harks back to his origlnal -'
1, i ORD41t
::! .. ; 1 .... .J ).,.jit: affair were: Standing' in the do or*'way, the Mrs. Rita Brown, Mrs. Ross, M. Charles, Mrs.MaryHarmon formula,because --
honoree, Sgt. and Mrs. Wilbur Hampton and 'daughter. and Hubert Collins. does
.. Also present were thehonree's one not tamper ,:
.h" 'f ::,"JI Marilyn Sue; From left Mrs. Ollie' ( '
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Robinson
Mae father and mother Mr. and Mrs. Eddie with gin of such distinctive : i -
t 1 4 Mrs. Elizabeth Crawford, Miss Clarissa Crawford, Lewis, and uncle M. Strong. dryness and LEDdelicateflavour.TNit
Michelle Crawford Mrs. Georgia fleophus
Smith C
0. (!Royal Art Studio Photo) GINONuaY
sooninatangyGin&Tonic
t) NaPI I Sorority Of Phi I Delta Kappa orToni Collins;

You7lseewbyCordon's r --
Conclaves Aug. 6 .11 In Los Angeles I" V is the biggest seller ,,,

.T 4VV Mrs. Helen W. Maxwell Supreme B as i leu's of the r in England,America;
and the world. ,
: National Sorority of Phi Delta Kappa and her con- J.
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V clave committee are finalizing plans for thr 40th ,;
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Anniversary Conclave Celebration of the National

Sorority of Phi Delta Kappa which is to be held miSCT Df 8.It OISTU.M insea on OR.net evtui SHOTS BWTHUBrteii .
at the Hotel Statler Hilton in Los .Angeles, r cw*.M noef.cwsert Mt m CO,LTO,UR t tNOOKI

., rt California from August 6 through August 11.
The Executive Council member of Beta Theta

L and the Trustees will hostess chapter

1 hold their conference

xp I prior to conclave on

.. August 6 at 1 p.m. in
aW '.... ,. 0' the Washington Room of
THERE NO DOUBT ABOUT IT---The Modern Harlem the Hotel Statler Hil- j

Girls appearing in Larry Steele's Musical produc- ton.

tion at A Century of Negro Progress
Exposition, The opening session of
Parents have as much fun as ,
August 16 through September 2 at Chicago's Mc- conclave on August 7
youngsters today..aandLgatvrafly} ;fun Cormick Place are among the most beautiful girls will be devoted to regular I JACKSONVILLE'S UNIQUE
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Includes Pepsi I Nothing drenches your RIrPSI;. -COLA in show business. They'll be seen daily per- conclave business = 1

thirst like cold I forming on an aquatic stage on Lake Michigan, presided over by Mrs. DISCOUNT SHOE STORES
a inviting Pepsi.
just behind McCormick Place. The exposition is Helen W. Maxwell. Supreme V
Think please!" "being 119 LAURA STREETSELLABRAT1N J Jr
young-say"Pepsi sponsored by THE AMERICAN NESRO EMANCIPATION Basileus.

y-,.--:.:"ar aN---N..Lpaa_...N..Mt_ ....." M-.a.. a.. CENTENNIAL Atm RITY. INC. On Thursday, August 8 .

I i from 1130 p.m. to 3:30 +VE'RE DOWNTOWN r.

r P.B an open luncheon
melting will be enjoyedby OUR THIRD BIRTHDAY ,
the sorors In the

( AL.i1\\ beautiful Pacific Ball- I THANKS TO YOU ,
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rom with Dr.
Cleo H. Cook
t ; ';: V IT IS A HAPPY'ONE i iS3.00
as guest speaker. Dr.

I V 'V > 44LbiOOp Cook is associate pro-
1 fessor of Education at

> STOKE the Los Angeles State THIS IS

1 d College. TOURINVITATION

,I During the luncheon a
i iTO
i. Fashion Show will be SAVE.fi

*. featured by the NationalAss

cciatlon of Fashion
,. OEENTyEEPJ Accessories and Designers DISCOUNT CAairIThI I
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i the Los Angeles
d 1 rti ICING THIS CARD AND SAY
'. Chapter. Musical nuabers :d V S3 CN ANY FAIL FASHION SHot
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< will be .resented by
IFP : ,- lilT Huts WALKING: SHOtS
\ 7.J6 ". Sebastian ,
Jacqueline ,
."it( a OK FLATS
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1J'-,1' x THIS OFFER IS FOR OUR BIRTHDAY WEEK ONLY. j
,," .Jt"T'. 'r'Beef Mrs. Abbie Stebbins of ,OUR 4217 BLANDING BOULEVARD & 5854 NOORWOOD AVER STORES
.. .w' 1306 Johnson St. has 1 1'I
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IN OUR3IRTHDAY SELL-A-BRATIN.
having spent two weeks
,:: : rlaede Ilf erI vacation with her husband DOWNTOWN. STORE OPEN MONDAY.AHP FRIDAY V
covur so
at .its Best Jerry Stebbins who
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J l Vacationing In Midwest r Convention Reelects Program- Sponsor '


Its PresidentsDuring ..Slocat 6hetich euaiceo


the School
, Sunday Ay
I and BTU meetings ConTention -

: Auxiliary to the f Woodlawn Presbyterian Fountain Chapel Bethlehem I
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__ State Progressive Convention Baptist con- BY L.N. PFAFSON. SR. AME ChurchA To Celebrate

vening at Second Baptist Love Feast will be
The Woodlawn United Holy Communion
held in the church audi-
Church last week. G.W. Presbyterian Church will
I Scott and Pev Leon T. hold its first worship torium at 8 p.m. Friday The pastor and officers

Freeman were reelected, Service. Sunday. August night. Rev F.w. Jones of Bethlehem Baptist
pastor, announced. Church will observe Holy
respectively to their
t IIJ 4th in the new church
>; day' s services will Communion Sunday at
J presidential posts. sanctuary at Clevelandand
T z begin at 9:30: a.m. with 3 p.m.
Deacon Scott begins his Woodlawn Poads.
16th term as* presidentof The the superintendent and The Junior Choir meets
Church School begins
the Sunday School teachers in charge. The Friday at 8 p.m. for rehearsal -
0:30
at am. with T.V.
pastor is requesting The Red Circle
Department and Rev.
will Huger superintendent in
FPCP ANrPDT MCCALL
Freeman is entering his that all choirs and Club will sell hot dots
charge.
a gospel concert Horning worship
f sponsor boards serve at the 11 and ice cream Saturday
7th term head of the
as Sunday night in Mt. begins at 10:50 a m. Rev.
'
a. i", Consecration. afternoon. Usher Board
Baptist Training Union Ararat Baptist Church Wilson, the pastor rill
division. The pastor is requestingthat 4 meets at 3 p m, in
Annex. Featured will be preach the sermon. The
choirs steward the churchSunda .
Rev. A.J. Hughes
gospel groups from the United and Westminster
'
? Jacksonville was re- city. Chicago and Tampa choirs will serve the boards and members accompany / s services will

, i iI iI if )tc1 jiTr elected State Directorof with Mrs. Inez Bivens rite with C F. Simmons. him at 3 p.m open at 9:30 a.m. with
music and Mrs. May F. to administer communionto Sunday School under the
Jr. at the
serving as mistress of organ. r.J.
f n Whitehurst. Sanford the sick. Evening supervision of Peacoa F
ceremonies. Bryant of Hammond Studio
State organist.Mt. will serve as guest worship starts at 7 p.m. Sawyer Mrs. Marie Wil

j Zion Progressive Joint Recital Set organist No services The message will be delivered liamson. Mrs Sadie Fe4d
u uti
at 7:30. and instructors in
Baptist Church of St. hereafter

I Petersburg will host the For St. StephenOn the church pertaining will be held to Class leaders are urgedto charge Morning worship

1964 session during the contact members for a at 11 a. m. with Rev. A
Sunday night July in the George Washington
greater increase in attendance Anderson pastor delivering -
month of July.OBITUARIES. -
28th the beautiful Carver Elementary Fchool
at all services the message
auditorium of St. Stephen On Sunday. August llth.
AME Church will be the will be Dedication Day Prayer" meeting begins at District 3 will sell

7 r.m. class reeting at dinners following morn-
-I setting for a Joint recital for our new church build-
ti II John D. Brown; 11256 Fort 8 p.IP. Tuesday. The ACE ing worship BTU meetsat
Caroline Road. featuring Mrs. Ing. This ceremony will
5 Usher Board
meets r.M
League Wednesday at
Clara F. Walker Bilker- take
I iIi Mrs Charlotte White place about 5 p.m.
; 6 r.m. Choirs will also 2 will sponsor an outing
and Miss Katheen 6th
at
son August 8:00 p.M.
5423 Calloway Court rehearse Wednesday to Magnolia Lake on
Anita Crockett. These United and Westminster
Cornelius Wilder; 5760 night. The of August 17
BON VOYAGE was recently tendered popular Sub-Ded Dierdre Satterwhite (third Iris Blvd. artists have been heard choirs will rehearse together presence
all members is asked.
from left, daughter of Dr. and Mrs. H. H. Satterwhite Sr. as she boarded the Mrs. Ella M. Falker; 1329 throughout the Southern in the new church First Corinth'sDistrict

City of Miami Express for St. Louis, Mo. where she is the house guest of her Mt. Herman Street. and Northern States. They b utI ding. Wednesday, House Of God

aunt, Mrs. Ruth McClendon. Family members and friends bidding her farewell Mrs. Bernice (T.T. ) Byrd; have both served as August 7th. Elder w.C. 7

from left are: Dr. H. H. Satterwhite, Sr., Darlene Satterwhite, sister; Miss 1470 W. 16th Street. soloists for the famed Alexander and Deacon Slates Men's Day
Tea
Bethune-Cookman Schedules
Satterwbite, Miss Aurora Dow, Mrs. H. H. Satterwhite, her mother; Nelson Clarence Raymond Hagin; College Betty L. James will con-
where Mrs. wilkerson Men's Day to be heldat
Spaulding Jr., Larry Matthews and Hunter H. (Ricky) Satterwhi .e Jr., brother. 425 W. 1st Street, Choir. duct Mid-Week Prayer ser- District 7 of First
also served as sec vice In the Hut at the House of God 1853W.
7:30
,_ (Royal Art Studio Photo) Mrs. Lula Lewis; 2530 Corinth Baptist church
J u tion leader. At present. 27th street.
p.m.Rev.
p .\ Mrs. F.D. Davis To Present Heads Recital Mrs.Woodland Mary Street.Harrington; Mrs. Wilkerson is a Wilson pastor Mrs Men's Day will be observed will observe tea Sunday its! anniversary at-

R senior at Edward Watersis Wilson and S. Olin Pear- at the House of
'
New Woodl First RecitalBy 1042 W. 27th Street. 3:30 p.m. in the home of
awn s
t majoring in music God Sunday July 28.
a son are the representa- ;
Jerry Jackson; 1712 W. Deacon and Mrs. Albert
L. N. Pearson Sr. She is a soloist in theSWC tives from Woodlawn Services will begin
I 9th Street. Mungin 5507 Abwtf Drive
Mrs. Frederick D. Davis, wife of retired postal Mrs. Lula Fisher Rt. ( ) choir. Church to serve as with the Sunday Schoolat West.

worker Frederick D. Davis, a loyal supporter and ; Miss Crockett is a workers in Junior Camp 10 o'clock with Dea-
Box 114 Fastport Road. Mrs. Brills L. W>mas
faithful member of WOodlawn united PresbyterianChurch junior at Bethune-Cookman 14 at the Conference con J. S, Byrd actingsuperintendent :
Raymond Bridges; 1202 W. wlll be principal jj peakk
has been chosen by the pastor, officers : College majoring in Bro
22nd Street. Center at Lake Placid ; e rand will be introduced -
and members to sponsor the first musical recital I Fnglish and is a soloistin Florida. Ruben Smith, acting
Raymond Bridges; 1202 W. by Mrs. T.B. Mc-
in the new Woodlawn church at Cleveland and Wood- the (BCC) choir. She teacher for No. 1 class.
22nd Street. rall. Mrs Irene ttingin! ,
s Rds. which is nearing compl etion.I' is the daughter of Mr. Holy Church Oi Morning service will
1273w. mistress of ceremonies
Martha Smith
Mrs. ;
: Outstanding talent already Leroy D i c k e r son. a 18th Street and Mrs. John J. CrockettThe The Living GodThe open at 12 noon with will be introduced by
contacted and who two young people are
Bro. James
graduate of Fla. AtM: and Pullins and
J Mrs. Dorothy D. Thompson; members of Grant MemorialA Hqly Church of tfie Mrs. Lula Haapton.Mstricts .
have consented to appear possessor of two Master's | Bro. J. p. Harris in
: 2446 Lantana Avenue. Church Rev. T.S. Living God, 1912 Meharry 22 of econd
J on the program are: degrees from Columbia & charge of devotion. Rev
Baptist and District
Morris Benjamin; 309 Avenue. 24
Johnson pastor. .
University. Mr. Dickerson I J. Hezekiah will deliverthe
'
I Nixon Street. Sabbath School opens at of Day Spring Baptist

It covers Gray Hair now teaches music in I *.o Mrs. Fannie Lee Barr; Mother Midway 10:30 a.m. with Miss sermon.At Churches respectively

Wm. J. Brandy Liquid New York City's school J 1113 Logan Street. Betty Smith in charge. the 3:00 p.m. ser- will be honored guests.

Eau Denna system; Mrs. Vera and sister Kosetta Cohen is AME Church The lesson will be reviewed vice, visiting deacons .", .' ,
Miss Pelores Rvans of Mt the Mt. Carmel i from Crescent City will
inviting City s
Hair Colorer gos- by Flder Dothan"Faulk

i Will cover gray hair in 10 to Vernon Baptist Church; pel singing groups to Completes Plans pastor. Sabbath offer devotions. Rev.. B. Choir To Stage .
No soloist IMC. Harper of J. Jackson will .deliverthe
20 minutes. No pack. participate on a recital
evening will be held at
mess. Anyone can put it on Song Festival'
Woodlawn. For Sunday Tea service. Night ser-
at born slated for Monday night, 3 p.m. pastor presiding.The .
Leaves hair soft and lustrous Also Miss Kathleen Aug. 5 at 8:3q,clock in Plans were completedthis service will continue vice at 7:30 with Bro. Mr.. Mary Nealy of Mt.
WILL NOT TURN HAIR Crocket, soloist of St. J.S. Pullins and Bro. R.
i REDDISHIt Howard Memorial Church week for the sea- through Sundown. At this Moriah AME Churcb will

will not rub off. it stayson Stephen AMF Church; Miss 1459 W. union St. Elder sonal tea which will be time, there will be a Smith in charge of devotions be featured in a

log several sea bathing months., sun Shanrxxv permanent Cora Bodison flutist Flax Howard, pastor. presented Sunday at 3 h fish fry at the church message by Rev. "Spiritual Deliverance

waving, curling 0 r Henry Gillard of New Sister Viola Vickers is p.m. in Mt. Carmel Bap- from 8:00 to 10:00 p.m. D. Jones of Crescent in Songs" progrnf- Sunday -

straightening takes it off. iron You -can nothing cover Jerusalem Baptist; the sponsor and Deacon S. V. tist Church udder spon- The public is invited. City will windup the Aug. 18 at 6:55 p.

any gray hair no matter how Pearson Trio. Mary. Puth Cohen will be master, of sorship of Mrs. Ruth There will also be a mu- days events. m. in the auditorium of
stubborn or bow caused and Delores of Woodlawn; Greshem. Mt. Sinai .Church
Baptist
BLACK stays BLACK.WONDERFUL ceremonies Friends and sical program at this Corinth To Observe
Joseph Johnson of St.
FOR the general public are Services for Sunday time with Deacon E.S.
TOUCHING UP Pius Catholic; Betty will open with Sunday ': ''
Annual Women's
Does Not Intrrltn1U.. invited Coleman at the piano. On Day f .
Davis of Woodlawn and ,
School at 9:39 with .
Permanent Waving : a.m. Sunday at 7:30 the + ':
p.m. ; !-
CAUTION: Use as directedon the Woodlawn's Westminster Mt. Zion SingersST. Superintendent Davy Dr. A.R. Richardson, With a series of events
regular
Sunday night
label Colors: Black, Dark Choir. Presiding Elder of the having been programmed
AUGUSTIN5 -- The Washington in charge.The .
Drown Medium Brown. meeting with the mis-
Also the Davis Trio West Jacksonville District in behalf of the event '
Price per box $:.so pins combined choirs of Mt. 11 a.m. service will sionaries in charge of 'to
r Federal tax Marva, Loraine and of the East being
Zion Baptist Church. Rev begin with devotionalsby the service. plans are com-
1 Pudyne; Miss Maxine Jone Florida Annual Confer- pleted for the annual
[ c.c. Rawls. pastor, are the Deacons with Rev.
1J DIXIE PHARMACY J i and Miss Charise *Mte.jMrs being reminded of the Daniels' delivering the ence of the AMF. Churhc. Fellowship Baptist observance. of Women'sDay

Helen Tony will be Friday night, Aug. 2 at sermon. and former builder of Members of Fellowship Sunday, Aug. 11 at

1305 Kings Rd. lax., Ha.' ,mistress' of ceremonies. 8 p.mrn rehearsal BTU meets at 6 p.nu Mother Midway's beauti- Baptist Church 1414 First Corinth Baptist

with Deacon Jonathan ful parsonage at 1462 Logan St., are sponsoringan with Mesdames M.J.

smith presiding. Evening Van Buren St. will give outing to Little Tal- Baisden Eu Crawford and.. 16'i

JULY,29THROUGH worship-at 7 p.m. will the keynote message In bot Island Saturday, M.F Simmons chairmenand -

be preceded with devo- connection with the Aug. '. Buses will leave co chairmen* MEET A

church's 98th year of The Teens will self
tions by the Deacons. the following localities

The Junior Choir and continuous service and : fish and ice crear', HAPPY MANYou

Ushers will serve Communion to the member- 45th St. at 8:30 a.. Saturday on the church will if you dial

throughout the dB.f'lit'S.. ship Sunday, Aug. 4tJ. tad the ctatctv *t S: 15 t'<3ut\
P.D. Smith m serveas Rev .f.". Jones, pastor, *.s. A aoata&l fee 1H Friends end FtatlT f7ty Oe&I Cab 149+ Day COB

AUGa3rdi organist-accompanist' announced. be charged adults and will be observed at 3lia to pick you up. That's

-J-Th The Gospel Echoes and The pre-centennial' ser- children and the publicis Sunday in the church Henry ,.ike" II'TJac"cab a

Mrs. Inez Bivens will vices are being held invited Fev. G.F. auditorium. District 10 and he is happy be-

i present a recital Mon- nightly with St. James Hamilton pastor an- will sponsor Mrs. AnnieM. cause he is driving. his

BEEF Bonanza day night Aug. 5th at Baptist Church. Sunbeam nounced. Mrs. L.V. Wilcox Townsend in an after cab, eeetlBc aew people,

8 o' clock in the church with Pev. Albert Uobley, secretary is one of service recital Sunday' saying ello"'to old

auditorium pastor; Payne Chapel AME the outing's sponsors. night friends and enjoying

I Church Rev R. A. !King life. likes work
He his
BEEF Wins Contest I
BEEF.'lOUD'S pastor; St. Stephen AMF IMPERIAL SUNDRIES so inch that he says it

Church Fev. J.s. Johnson : Patent Medicines Cosmetics is his hobby aad it

pastor, serving as All Leading Hair PreparationsCor. Bust be true beoaaee he

i FRONTS LOWEST IDE I hosts along with Usher BROAD AND ASHLEY EL 4-2159 has been doing it for

Boards 1 and 2, LessieFo twenty years.Mr. .

>>d and Brother Fver- '
rY INDEPENDENT OIL CO, Irving sad his 'wife
hart Williams presidents
M 9T KEROSENE HOME DELIVERY Avis live at 672 So.
supervising services MECHANIC ON DUTY Roosevelt Apartaents.

$ OO 00 Ike Joseph ------------------- ProprietorState They have. 2 SOB aad 2
night. st.
On Monday
.W PRICES OOLbs.V and Jefferson Streets El 6-9432 daughters and grand
100 Lbs. Paul AME Church Pev. P.J -
children. The Irving
TOTAL TOTAL
7 Blaine pastor; Second
Complete Zanily are Bbers of
Baptist Church. Pev. J. I
PRICETOTAL
PRICE
the First Corinth Bap
I C. Sams, pastor; Mt. KITCHEN MODERNIZATION
tilt Chore Mike is a
LB.BEEF 0 GIMMICKS
Ararat Baptist Church.
: 39e ... 6. Direct Factory to Too Mason and belongs to
9c L6. Rev. D.J. Graham, pastor -
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1379 C. H. Beery Ledfe.
o. New Rope AMP Church CUSTOM CABINETS
Keep Mike Irving bw
Facing spirited competition -
Rev. G.M. Champion pas
: HINDS from the various tor; th31r choirs and et Formica or Weed ask for Cab 149 Bay the I

contestants. Mrs. G.K. congregations will direct next time JOB dial
i o REFRIGERATORS URGES E1 41611.
Carroll an agent with- ser..ices.Precinct -
PRICES
830 Cassat Pilgrim Life InsuranceCo. Dish Wishers Silks Nods

GOOD .. was adjudged winnerof N pM N ..... .w hit 1a. !
1824 W. Bearer To HoldThe
oo YIHTL-ASBESTOS FLOOR TILES .... $u.NV'MN M 1M
ONEFULL the Puval and adJacent ,_ tas.... a '...... ...
r ounoMS to counties Manag- regular monthly PAINTING nd..f.NEW.

s avE rou 00 Lbs. WEEK ers' Council sponsored meeting of Precinct 3-B
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!liB ODIN PAYMENT. LOW MONTHLY PAYMENT
will be held Thursday
PRICE sales talk contest.
Mrs. caroll was Judged Aug. 8 at 7:30 p.a. In ALL Home Improvement Service DEALCAB

the winner after her First New Zion Baptist

.... 'j 49c: LB.. sales talk. live-tiz .Church. 7th and Davis 2054 PHOENIX AVENUE. JACKSONVILLE( COMPANY

C' : :.. t: Sts. All members are llff l0aa Mid
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l All ABOARD KM OUR
EIB7HDAY
6a f!?ALLAHABSFFrrnree-l : fn 1 l L1 Ir BAR6K1H MNDWA9QN!

tlioln ea t f. ballads ,cvm- 45.y4 iFr5i
.posed V'Len; Bowden'- ',* as"slstant ,. 5 !

"' professor ofT !n +i S : srff S
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Music at Florida 'MM Uni- 20THt
versity.' sill be recorded. 4 I> .

1. later this year: 1ST rK : <
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The three-volu>aes con- i .r .
( '"taln, 6rlg foal, :'tunes of"words .' G, 5. 5 5 -S
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and music composed > s ,
I tfy'ihe FAMU composer t

1 ;Hearing the past decade. .
. g:Bdiiden lies 'played, arVafiged .5 .5 5 : I0pjuersarYs

" !;/: and composed for r bs'-
';such nationally known
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bands of the past'as :; ".... .-:' ..-"'

', I [falter' Barnes Jeter-Pil- ," .
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''. !ddf ':Handle.' and BilljjJeter :. :' ,:, t'p :
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and directed :his ='< / "" ;j. 1Q tf
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'own band> Len sP'lfelody t ; 'y' ;
i '; 'Masters, ''tack' in ALTON A. DAVIS, left, executive director of the American Negro Emancipation

a!. ithJVestery'ears. i'njst.. ,.Centennial Authority, Inc. describes the floor plan of A Century Negro Progress
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'Hlbllii.j' Exposition to noted musician Bike Ellington end James E. Stamps, right,
i + A t visiting' ( Miami chairman of the board of trustees for the Emancipation Authority.The DAVISwS

several times with the exposition, which is the only national celebration commemorating the Eman- ,
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now' internationally Si cipation Proclamation opens for and 18 day run on August 16 in Chicago's Mc-
i f araousTAMU' Marching Cormick Place. Ellington has written a completely new musical production, yPeople' :',
'.,i FURNITURE S
1 20100" for the Orange which will be presented daily: in the ,giant exhibitions hall's 5,000 ,
Blossom! Classic Bowden
..seat Arie Crown Theatre.
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'wrote: Town in Miami.
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Company -
'Cnedenful Recording
of Chicago'. : Seminar

NFTC YOPK CITY -- W,
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.. aa James D. Beck. head of
the department! of guid- SOFA BED GROUP

ance at Florida A&M University -

Tallahassee, attended -

a work conferenceon comfortablesofa
a that
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Organization( and Ad-

'Ii < : ministration of Guidancein converts to sleeper, matching foam ssss

i a Elementary here at Education"held the Grey- cushioned lounge chair, *
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\ 3 : ston's Campus of ColumbiaUniversity's .I 2 step tables, 1 coffee Jj

: Teachers table and 2 table
College last week.
rb
The work conference was lamps.
ra1 WE CANNOT JELL : It.w. : directed by nr. Raymond

r ',4 t' J" .. A. latoulllet., head of
1A'r.lIE' II'TI S.. p .1 rt..u.1 a ., .. (: .:,
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J'=MR. WASHINGTON HATRED IN THE EYES OF THE JUSTCornel Wilde elementary Fducation in .-. CDiii
w' risks his life in defense of Christian child, the department of guid*
41.r.And. don't have to
as he defiantly prepares to battle with another ance and student per-
gen
.*:,tejl you, it' s Leroy sonnel administration at ; ,
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attacking lion, in Joseph E. Levine s epic J story ; I =
Washington because
r you
For of early Christianity, 'Constantlne and the Teachers College. He was I ,
twenty -
all him.
know, a- -r.
.';>years ,he's been driving Cross.". The religious drama, set against Pagan assisted by Dr. VirginiaH.
:' Rome, co-stars Christine Kaufmann, Belinda Lee, Love visiting associate sstass. .y fi CDCD
,you.,I g!ood Jacksonville
j Fausto Tozzi, Massimo Serato, Elisa Cegani and a professor Jv
;fqlks. in his New DealCab. large international cast. The Embassy Pictures The conference featured A ._. en.I
."146 & .t-taking you
c
.release,, tin. wide screen: and Color, arrives,SUNDAY outstanding educators
I to business and
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your .
&t ..ththSTRAND"Theatre.r.;" ->U4 and, specialists including Q)
social. engagements ,con-
:,. _Dr.Walter, M.
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and comfort "
v'atly' DIAL Lifton. director, gufd-

ably.:Eashfagton.and' : his i11' f L 9-1549 ance publications and :. I
services. Science Research -
-wife! :Willie Mae own -=- 3558 OLD ST. AUGUSTINE RD. Associates, Inc. ;
t\\the r own. home at 2185 3 Dr. Krvin Ratchick.
.: 4j, 45th St. They are the 31nscroVENETIAN ; chief. Bureau of Guid-

>.':proud parents of Beverly ance. New York State Department -
:Jean age 8 and Ddnnie BLINDS-VERTICAL BLINDS of Education;

j .'Kay age 6. The "&ShingJt WINDOW. DRAPERIES SHADES-TUB& RODS ENCLOSURES/ .\ Dr. Harold J. Mahoney '........

' !.t IoPt'ii' t1 : ."r'Att!. REC RU RDIN6 PIN 3'i'I Complete Une1. of ;- ,P Personnel: Services,
t'I'I'
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""i J.1iurc.hwher "1ieTC1T has I- i REPAINTING. TAPES & CORDS psychiatrist. Teachers
been .an ordained Deacon v ::! ...uREPAtRINQ .. College and the City of

for- he.1 ash, 30 years. New York; and Dr. 'Louise .c

He,'ifcTlisdja/member. :- of MAGNOLIA' GARDEN'S FIRST DRUG STORE F ckerson, specialist.
Masonic Lodge 1 40.Leroy School Personnel Services -

usually spends,:his days Guidance in Coun-

off_wqrking arpund the a Mer Van'sPharmacy seling Program Branch,
ho a:t.1.lben he United States Office of

c gt i t the time he en- Fducation.

joyq,fishia. t or watching Teens Complete'
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he} eat-time you TALLAHASSEE = seventeen
need a'4q ab-asjkNighr ,r Cab 2735 West Edgewood Ayenue, teenagers completed a Get all the features
t 146' end Leroy -. one-week course in the CD Clock with timer, CHEF GAS RANGE .

; tjctoi1.' ( ; H Let Us Fill Your Next PrescriptionWe operation, care, and ........ Back Panel light,
) maintenance of farm ..- Electric
,. '' .. lure t. watch *ur t hal' Pick Up & Deliver Free tractors here at Florida CD New you want Simmer flame INSTALLED l WITH FREE GAS
x + | show. Sunday ;
I* P warning*
at 9:10 bn Channel. :4, ftatwrinf Wide Assortment Of Patent Medicines A&M University last week UniBurnerChrome
," : 1(." KnijKt. The students were divided drip trays
Cosmetics Sundries ConfectioneryPLEASE
into three groups and ch-ome grille ,
: I according to years of CUD cover Automatic ssrcii I
NEW DEAL Dial PO 5-4485 or PO 51582I. attendance First and' oven lighting -

i r.; ,CAB COMPANY I D. Harris Reg. Pharm. second year students Glide-
worked on tractors while Matic
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the fourth and fifth year Broiler, r II
students w eked with Storage ---
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small motors. croup One Comport- ,,
consisting of first ments and @ @ i?:
year students, worked MogitrolThermostatic
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of tractors; Group Two top burner. '\

l consisting of second year Giant. Griddle .: sss-5-
students worked with with
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Group three composed of 5th burner :' '

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GRADE 'A' .. CHUCK sttdents. studied the .
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: ; .; w.. ; ;b'- .,- : Students attending" at $129.95.EASY j

., t'.EGGS" "dozen... : ia cahiil-1 .r .foc"-" .'.._...1.. ,- ,,.t'.' cluded: Horace Williams CUD TERMS : 'I I ICD IN
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_. A13 ..i Pearson. George Britt. es

Bf. JD ... -. : ttAZALEA SMOKED'S : Earl Britt. and Isaac Delivered for only 10 with FREE GAS
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t Large. .!h. ::7 t.I k lb.JA Frederick Oates DcFuniak 135 Broad SLPh. f

: ,*. Springs; Fugene Alexander DAVIS FURNITURE EL 3-5791 I
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Seminole City; Robert
W f IVi 11 : ;? DIXIE CRYSTALSUGAR Walker. Manatee County,
: ; Ernest King Lewis Green.

-rf '1-tf.. .t.:">, -S.'J.- 155 Cl' ;,;.: :-. -49( and Robert Tice, Madison;

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and Mrs. Frank Wyatt Render, II will be
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News has been received from James Monroe that I ? a f W

,: he Is confined to the Lake City Veterans Administration 4

, Hospital for a few days. Also con- -i; : 1 _

fined is Ben Watson of Bradford Road. Both are -__ _V_" __ ;IF' ,_ a-.. "'-.'-- -- '_' _
members of the American Legion. Monroe servesas STELLAR PRESENTATION---Students of the Gertrude King Piano School received'intermittent

I chaplain. Still confined from the area Is k :i I}.{,;: applause throughout the evening's program and numerous curtain

Rev. D. H. Crawford, Tuskegee, an d John Hannah, calls from an appreciative audience during the school's annual recital Thurs-

of Lake City. day night July 25th in Tallahassee's Federal Auditorium. ThroughoujpgJjjBE

evening, the audience was delighted with interpolations of the i Mortal, work .

of such renowned composers as Bach,, Kohler, Czerny, Haydn, Thompson, Pachar,
, .... .... .... ;:.. .... .... Koelling, Beethoven, Mozart, Braga, Aaron, Brainard, Heller, Lege, Respigai

and Brahms. Program highlights were featured by Judith MooreTop photo left);

I '.. .! 'J ; 5 Center photo, seated from left: Leonard Bruton, Wandy Crutcher, Karyn King,

The Honorable Rudolph Bradley, Grand Master of 5 Gayna Stevens, Lorraine Boardley, Alexis Roberts, Carla King, Jean Thorpe,

:i the Masons of Florida, was house guest of George Toni Stevens and Alexander Brickler. Standing from left: Celeste Brlckler,

r Jackson difring his brief stopover here. Mr. Charon Stevens, Dianne Boardley, Winifred Bradley, Sheryl Wilson, Susan Den-

Jackson is Junior Warden of Mt. Olive Lodge No.5. 1 r f nis, Hodgetta Abner, Delores Brooks, Judith Moore, Elaine Thorpe, AIm Living
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; ston and Linda Groomes. Bottom photo left: Alexis Roberts and Alexander
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I Brickler, piano duo. At right, Wanda Crutcher. _,. (Photos by Beasljey)
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000Wanted000 ..1-:; .

< Reporters of church news are urged to send their church news to this column.

-. f. > The news may be left at the Fconony Drug Store or Baker's Pharmacy any time -
The,Sneed Franklin post of the American Legion
1 -.-- before Friday for publication the following week.
will meet on Sunday afternoon at 5 p.m. All officers -

1 1I and members are urged to attend. Business Miss Gainous'Engagement Top Appointee

I of importance will be discussed. R 0;, .'. ;",:-: 4 On The Scouting Trail -

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Is AnnouncedMr. All scouts who desire to become Eagle Scouts, teams all summer.
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.... .... take heed. To be an Eagle Scout, you must presently The Scouts in East Tallahassee are down in Ocala
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and Mrs. Fddie '
;: s.Y be a Life Scout and while a Life Scout for a this week with Scoutmaster Hartsfield who is ddng
Gainou& announce the
engagement of their 04c period of at least six months show to the satis- a good job holding the troop together during the

The Rattler Booster, Inc., met at Freshman Lodge daughter. Annie Deloresto faction of your scoutmaster or patrol leader summer. Adult leaders are needed in the Division.

on Wednesday. C. M. Speed presided. The group Willie, Lawson IV, son that you work actively as al.ea.derin meetings, This includes Scoutmasters staff members and

discussed the progress of the organization and of Mr. and Mrs. John }i. t5N. outdoor activities and service projects of your badge counselors. Persons interested should con

voted to have their kick-off membership. drive in. Minns of Vero Beach troop; have earned one merit badge from the con- tact T. T. Lewis. There is also a need for leadersin

September. There will also be a general meeting graduate. of FAMU High servation group and have earned three merit badges Perry Madison, Thomasville, Bainbridge and

prior to the kick-off which will initiate the in 1960, Miss Gainous isa 'from the citizenship group. surrounding areas. The Scout headquarters in the

selling of 1963 tags. President Speed announced senior at Florida A&M, ;,... In the scoutcraft and life interest, you must respective areas should be contacted.

that a large number of pers ms had purchased majoring in history. have earned the following merit badges: camping, All churches, organizations and P.T.A. groups

tags and some persons had made liberal. con- Mr. Lawson is a seniorat swimmingnature, public health, flremanship, cook- should sponsor Scout or Cub Scout Units. Scouting

tributions. Florida ASM majoringin CHESTER C. CARTER of ing, lifesaving, personal fitness, safety and helps boys Ito become better citizens! aad to grow

i political scienceHe California was appointed first aid; one from the outdoor sports group and into fine manhood.

Prheipal Speaker is a member of Alpha by Secretary of State one merit badge from any of the following groups: J.. ..J'

Glenn-Ponder Phi Alpha Fraternity Dean Rusk as deputy assistant animal husbandry Dl cultivation, communication ., .:. 'j.: i', '"uu

i- Engagement Wedding plans will be for congressional transportation and building. You must also .. "", ..

announced relations. have earned five other merit badges making a

+ Announced -- total of twenty-five to qualify for this rank.

I S Lastly, while a Life Scout, you must have shownto Scout Units and Scoutmaster in Perry, Madison
The engagement of Miss the satisfaction of your leaders that you do Quincy, Thomasville, Bainbridge and surrounding
petty L, Glenn to 'In g *
Captain -
JWtb9 your best, in your everyday life, to live up to areas are urged to send the news of their troopsor
Ponder has been '
announced -
the Scout oath or promise the Scout law, the scout packs to this paper each week. News should b emailed
by the brideelect' In
motto and the scout slogan; do your best to helpin by Friday of each week.
s parents Mr. and
your homes, school, church or synagogue, and
Mrs. Daniel Glenn of Baptismal services at various churches are
community and take care of things that belong A&M Schedules Cepeda Appalls
this city. The wedding scheduled as follows: New Bethlehem, August 4 at
Ito you and respect the property of others.An .
will take place Aug. 25. 8 a.m.; Lake Hall..St. Mary's Primitive Baptist
\ Eagle Scout who earns five additional merit Orientation XonfabSiiif's: (Mini
Captain Ponder is the Church and New Zion Primitive Baptist, August : :
\.badges may be awarded Bronze palm, afgold palm, TALLArfASSFF Floridai.. u
son of Mrs. Hattie L. at,9:30 at the. Trueblood Swimming Pool.,' .t :! AirRJi:8CO : 1.1:
l... ififteen-a silver palm, twenty or more-such com- A&M University' will hold ;
Ponder of Mia !.
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Jl J :binations or bronze, gold and silver palms as a seven-daV orientation -priilda, ; :Ce1 eda, sl""t
A graduate of Lincoln "
l I ( t you may elect. San Francisco Giant :
I ,4.'' High.Miss Glenn is a -0-0-0-0- program for all new
Next week we will explore the merit badges and first baseman tits
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students
: student at Florida Affil September ,
\ BETHEL BAPTIST how to obtain them. announced! M. G, Miles, authorized his attorneyto
Captain Ponder is a
\ MPS. PFJPL W. GOFF. wife If appeal a federal
graduate of Kesler High acting dean of students.
of the president of Fla. f
Mrs. court verdict dismissing
women's
of Jemascus Speaking for Day Observance was-- _, Dean Miles said the pro-
I A&M University featured Pearl W. Gore of A. and M. University'? '< gram for students entering a Pillion dollar libel
w' I the annual Women' s Pay ... ." suit against Look Maga
Session SlatedTALLAHASSEF I .. ", Florida A&M for
observance last Sunday at -. r
'- ,.( Fifteen white boys from the council left for zine.
'j -- The ,. the first time is designed -
I Bethel Baptist Church .as } 5' The suit, in which
I Florida A&M University 0 O..- 0 0',- Philmont Ranch on Monday and will return on August to aid them in
I principal speaker. faculty and staff will C-, 18. The trip is going to be interesting and a making satisfactory adjustments Cepeda charged that the

(Photo by Beasley) meet here in a pre- BETHEL' A.'".E.Baptismal challenge to these boys who are good scouts. No and to assistin article quoted Gis4

JOIN plann hi conference for Negro boys were included and no plans were made guiding them in the president Horace Stove
ham and other cateers of
the first trimester. services were held at the church on to send Negro boys This is another pattern of development of their

'U Your Local September 3. Sunday morning with the Rev. I. D. Hinson pre- segregation and while we are able to do nothing potentialities toward the the front office Mklftg
.. Today
AACP. derogatory statements
siding. The event was held at 10:00 a.m. Duringthe about it at the present, it might be suggested realization of satisfactory -

morning services Delores Mitchell, 'a studentat that those Scouts who are Interested, call T. T. and purposeful that they did not make,
I THE SUPER X FOOD STOlE was dismissed by U. S.
A. and M. University, spoke on the subject: Lewis chairman of the Division and protest the living

"Youth in the Dimensions of Freedom." Ronald wrong. Of course, like the summer cap which was During the week the stu- District Court Jndgt

lit WMktMl. Silt Glenn, recent graduate of Lincoln High School ca]& d off because of the lack of proper planningby dents will meet the staff Lloyd H, Burke here lat

I presided.The the Division, this is another Instance of poor of the school or college "
Free Circle Green Slants pastor of the church recently returned to comunications with Scout Headquarters.Many he plans to enroll in Curtis firacary

the pulpit after a short vacation. Scouts are earning sent badges for training the administrative officers Fresh Meats & Vegetables ,

1 GRUE i 'A'EGGS $1.00 in swimming and life saving. Those participating student leaders 2200 Saxon StreetPh I

1 should be sure to submit their merit badge ap- and the president and I 222-9e49-Vallaba.see !'

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The Cub Scout softball tournament: was called off TALLAHASSEE. BOYS WANTEI '

EARLY IVNEI MT. ZION on account of rain. It will be scheduled again ina

few weeks. Teams should continue practicing until You Earn Cash Selling The FLMMA STAR:
I FRYERS $1.38, PEAS io A fish dinner is sponsored by the ladies auxiliary ,that time. One game was played during the
of the church on Saturday afternoons and 2017 Owen
tai raiD between pack 156 and Polhinghorne Village. Apply or ptae 2223125KUZZIN'S
evenings at the home of Mrs. Paramore on Floral Pack. 156 won. There has been a duel between two
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NEW OFYICERS---When the Southeastern Association of Colored Women's Clubs held youth program and installation is part ofa

its, 22nd Annual Convention in Miami July 28-30; the following officers were of new of- national Negro women' s j

elected. From left are Mrs. Mamie Reese, Southeastern president; Mrs. Louise HOSTS---Mrs. Harry Markowitz and her husband Harry Markowitz, owners of the ficers. organization of about |.

'E. Taylor, Florida president; Mrs. Alice E. Mickens, past president; Mrs. famous Hampton House Motel, sandwich two of the top women in the Southeastern Apart from the token 3,000 members in 46

Sadie Bright: Airs. M. C. Chapman, Mrs. Lillian Lovett, Mrs. J. E. Johnson and Assn. of Colored Women's Clubs. In the middle are Mrs. Louise Taylor, president support for the civil states.
Willie; of the Florida Assn. and Mrs. Mamie Reese of the Southeastern The Southeastern As- |
Mrs. Mae Taylor. t. .".. president rights program, therewas
,. r''f --' : \ .-, I Assn.The Markowitzes were amiable hosts to the nationally known women's group. no move encouraging sociation o-f Girls j
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and working beauticians attending the clinic being held BEAUTY---The attractive advance cosme-
BEAUTICIANS CLINIC---Mrs. Willie Mae Stubbs Ceasor, president of Ceasor's
at Ceasor's University of Beauty Culture get some pointers on styling of tology student is a native of Nassau and will grad-
University of Beauty Culture beams as she watches a demonstration by noted
wigs which are currently in vogue. From left are: Mrs. Clarice Curnegoy, Mrs. uate from Ceasor U. in August. This 21 yearold ,
beauty expert Venice Adkins, who served as guest lecturer. The operator is
Kathryn Jones, Miss beauty of the beauticians profession spends her leisure -
Donnie Roberts Carrie stubbs Mrs. Mattie Wilkerson, Mrs. Willie Mae
who is
working on Mrs. Annie Doris Butchers. Looking on are
Stubbs Ceasor, Mrs. Annie B. Walker, Mrs. Therdora Ward, Mrs. Pecoa M. Ross, time designing. After graduation Miss Melda
Mrs. Lizzie Hawkins, Mrs. Geneva M. Walton and Mrs. Juanita Howell.
Emanuel M. Thompson and Mrs. Jessie M. Williams, seated. Gordon Lee Dowda Paza expects to return to Nassau andlater cone back
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I __ "*a. : .is doing the wig work._ to the U.S. for further studies in New York.
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"' ou should have heard twisted the roof off... that I wrote a page member. He played with My brother Al Hastingswho r off

them! You should have had been all summer.A that involved her in the swinging group that is a 'danger' with t

heard them! said'Speedy' new drumer, Daniel marriage (see J.J.) the appeared at the Edgewood the girls, is soon to

of the. famed"Coasters" Hill skied in on both author of 'Chips off Lounge with "Rick" the be a 'danger in a court

f who appeared on Miami sides of his shoes to the Blocks." guitar player and singer. of law. That is as soon

Beach at *the 'Tepermint play with Woody's s groupin During an unhappy con- ...Georga Ingraham is as he takes and passes

Lounge" as he strolled the Sir John Lounge, versation with Loretha still taking care busi- the Bar Exam to be

down the Sir John's and is he "cooking!" Samuels, I was intro- ness in the Sir John given here soon.

breeze-way for the last But in the beginninghehad duced to Etta Wilkins, Lounge. Our photo fea- HumAll the Mi-

time for the summer trouble; it took who is a nurse at Christian ture-to-be, Helen Heart, amians sayies that Al ,

season. Monday nightwas him two days to locate HospitalHellothere' did not show up for is the last of the big

the Coasters' last his skins. .. no skins, her photo-set this spenders-that i s f"t '

1 appearance at the Lounge no skining! Bumped into my man week, but the shutter'seye after flying in from 1'h t

1 j where they packed, the Not Guilty I pIe a to Chester Washington whom will find her. Man! home-Orlando to Miami. ,, ;

house every night and Willie Lee's charge all of you Jaxons re- is she a beauty! : .y'

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, and talent show last week are seen here. From left are: Mrs. Ruth Williams,

Mrs. Virgil White, president; Mrs. Carl ,Jonnson; See, and Alston J. Scott,

I? WATERFRONT COMMUNITY- LUXURY TOWNHOUSES president. Second row: Mrs. Wulkan Beatlye and Mn>. Samuel Lewis. Third row:

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'I U.S. During Meet NEW TORX-ANP---Wben the New York Yankee are I

,, "! ": in trouble, they know where to go to get help.

MOSCOE, RUSSIA -- The Williams-Raddler- -:C Needing a shot in th then came back with a
(ASP) i- As has happened Milburn-Carr relay team ; ; arm in their pitchingthe brilliant one-hit per-

l .*o; many times in, international had no trouble winningthe : V ", ,jj: Yankees recalled Al formance against the

I competitJon in 1.600-meter relay % li; Downing from' the Rich- White Sox and a 14-

',th3fpast. Negro stars for the third U.S. vic- ; mond club in the Inter- strike-out triumphover
r rescued Uncle Sam in the tory Sunday. q' ,v & national League. He has the Cleveland

"' two-day U. S. -Russian The previous day Bob proved jest what the Ind ia.ns.

track and field championships Hayes the world's doctor ordered to rightan Two years ago, when

which closed fastest human from + ailing patient.! the Yankees brought me
here Sunday before 73. Florida A&M University; 4aw Downing was ready this up from Binghamton I

000 cheering fans including Jim Dupres; the,great tine, and he promptly was new ms." the young
Societ Premier Raphy Boston of Tennessee : paid off .with four victories pitcher recalls. "! as

Nikita S. Krushchev and State University in five starts nervous before the gases

U.S. 'test ban negotiator and Williams were among _. : ;:: ; 4 and last week was draw- nervous during the lame
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Averell Harriman the U.S. victors. : -- Ing the raves of Manager and nervous when I left
The tan U.S. athletes Hayes dashed to victoryin .t: ;,; Ralph Houk and veteran the ball park. I am

captured three of only the 100 meter eventsin : .; ;Ik.: ;. ... ,. catcher Elston Howard. happy to say that I aa

five events won by the :10.2 seconds while --. "Jc. ,.", .: Y Two years ago the Yan- not nervous anymore."
U. S.- team on the final ,.-.', -:; 't.
Dupree captured the 800 : '?;-.Jf--; ., kees needed pitching "I pitched more than
day of competition. The meters in 1:47.8. Bostonwon help and sent an SOS for ever before in trainingcamp

j Russians won six events the broad Jump event teri ti_ Downing: then a 20-year this year and that
but the United States with a 26 foot-lOH inch old 'with less than a grew confidence in me
managed to eke out a Williams the r year's experience in
leap. won 1a that I belonged tp here.
close victory in the 400 meters. t ; > professional baseball.He Another thing is that I

men's division. 119 to Silvester won the dis- -- really wasn't ready learned to COB centrate.Downing's .
114. The Soviets made a cuss throw with a heaveof Y then and didn't deliveras arrival made

clean, sweep in the wo- 201 feet, 6* inches the Yankees had him the fourth tan Yankee -
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men's division despitethe with Rink Bbka also of p4 <' hoped. on the ester, the
challenges of tan the U.S. finishing ( ,'j k' Ohsure he had impressive highest number the club
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speedstress Miss Vivian second with 185 feet. : minor'league cre- has had except for a
Brown of Cleveland, in Burleson and O'Hara : dentials. With Binghamton brief time this month

the 200 meters and made a 1-2 sweep in the :: ".,;;; ; '< in the Easter League when Pedro Gonzalez, a

Eleanor Montgomery also 1.500-meter run, or ':'1:: the Trenton, N.Y.. rookie infielder. was
of Cleveland, in the metric mile to providethe ," native had nine ViS-*: called up from Richmondto I

high Jump. final and clinching r tories and one defeat. help out. That made
In the men's division victory for America.But ; _<_ Signed by the Yankeesfor five tan players in the

Sunday the U.S. heroes for the exploits of "_._.__'' '::. _' a bonus estimated pin-striped ensemble
were Willie Atterberry. ., ""' between $15.000 and $20.
Atterberry Carr Williams s ; Wilma
Henry Carr. and the hot- Daddler and Mil- .;.... }I'" ,.,., > ,,,'.. 000 Downing is considered Off.rid
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shot relay team of Ulis ,. a bargain. He Masonic Post
burn however the U.S. 1- '..4,,.7
Williams. Ray Saddler team would have concluded \" :s., .; ..
Lester Milburn and Carr, the final phase at Richmond before he Wilma Rudolph has been

Negroes and Dyrol Burl- of the meet far behind received the call to the offered the post of
son and Jay Silvester.;' parent club this year. special public relations
Russia. who is credited with launching No. 1 heavyweight contender
white. LOUISVILLE (ky.) Police Officer Joe Martin,
; One of the' drawbacks He came through with ambassador with the International -
Atterberry. pushed by Cassius Clay* s pro-career after Clay won the light-heavyweight gold medal during the 1960
F. and A.
two stramght victories
for the U.S. team was
teammate Rex Cawley, Olympic Games in Rome, Italy, admires medal prior to Clay s turning pro. Cassius is now gettingjreadr
that it had several of then dropped one, and M. Masons
easily win the 400-meter fora probable September title bout with champ Sonny Liston.
its top stars, such as -
Defensive
hurdles while Carr. also Giants ReleaseFor Post
Atterberry-Cawley and All Stars' Selectee
challenged by Paul Dray- Colts Win
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Carr-Drayton, b sl
ton raced to victory in Y
together in the same Collegians
the 200-meter dash. events. Training Camp
FAIRFIELD Conn. --
Spark Pepsi Cola Tourney Bias Battle (ANP) Wilburn Hollis.

former Iowa AllAmericanand

Lrrr, r _' WESTMINSTER Md. Currle Ball of Hamp- r
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ANNUAL ,
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t L tou r" M T Football League last VrtY rookies repleased by the

1 ; week opened pre-season New York Giants of the
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minster after dropping a .-. last week. here."j
threat: to quit the town The cuts were the first
over racial segregation.The initiated by Coach Allie
pro team has train- Sherman since the NFL II
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the NFL in 1953. M players.
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top Negro stars on its Giants squad were Tony

squad had declared its Carcaterra of Elon College .
N.A.I.A. CHAMPIONSHIP GOLF seen at the recently
intention to discontinue another linebacker t.wr
Missouri are: Spud
held event in Kansas City training here unless and Leon Cho-
Owen, Tournament chairman; Members of the Arkansas -
changes were made in lakis of Syracuse a defensive ,
A. and M. Team (left to right) H. 0. the racial policies of tackle M

Clements (coach), Franklin Massey, .Leonard Yates, the community. The cuts were announcedin

Lonell Davis, James Burrell, Charles Hayes and, Don Kellett Colts the midst of a big "j

Julian Nicholas, Pepsi-Cola Company, cosponsorof executive vice president football Job hunt. It

the event. said the decisionto was reported that a

I stay was made after ROBERT (BOB) PAR lORE, Florida A. and M. back- total of 1.230 playerswere

You Don t Have to Go to Town to Get Mayor Joseph L. Mathias field swifty and Willie Richardson of Jackson seeking 800 jobs
assured him that all but State both of whom became the first Negroes in with NFL teams.

one establishment--a history to play with the South in the annual
LOW PRICESOn tavern-would serve persons North-South Shrine game in Miami last Dec. 22nd Gets Top Award,

4without regard to have both been added to the All-Stars' rosterfor LOS ANGELES (ANP) -
color race or creed. their Aug. 2 game against the National Foot- Decathlon champion C.K. HOWIE WILLIAMS, former Howard U. backfield

Your ball League champions the' Green Bay Packers at Yang last week was the star and now starting his second year
Floyd Sought
of three with the world champion Greenbay Packers,
Soldier Field. paremore won the Shrine game's' recipient
DRUG STORE NEEDS For Bout sportsmanship award and Richardson, the most trophies at the UCLA is given a better-than-even chance to

Trade With Your Neighborhood Drug Store valuable player award. track awards dinnenWellknown garner the defensive-back spot this cooing
WE WILL MEET ANY PRICES ADV. IN YOUR LOCAL PAPERS.We With E Williams season with the champs.
Deliver-We Also Fill All Doctors' Prescriptions HOUSTON Negotiationsfor FAMU's PrexyIs Locally The electronics engineering-architechural 1

a Sept. 3 outdoor major is also planning on joining forces
Dixie Pharmacy match between former Reappointed '::-V-, ,,-; with three classmates in organizing a new
heavyweight boxing chaa- TALLAHASSEE Dr. George engineering firm.He is a'native of Orange-
W. Gore Jr., president of
pion Floyd Patterson and burg, S. C.
1302 Kings Road at Myrtle Atenae Cleveland Williams were Florida A&M University, '
has been reappointed toa
announced last week by R"" ,';' '. .
second four-year termon r ;
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Farl Gilliam; presidentof .
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the Southern Regional
PAY: YOUR liGHT, WATER AND TELEPHONE prises, here. Educational Board by j': .

BILLS AT OUR STORE "I believe we111 need Governor Farris Bryant.Dr. a-_ y.r

every possible available Gore attended the
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annual meeting of the
Williams and the Southern Regional Board

'- former champion" Gil- which was held in connec- ..

Talladega College liam added that Williams tion with the National 44T ;HTT
currently is ranked Governors Conference at .
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' A TREMENDOUS SUCCESS---Although forced to be left are: Patricia McBride Patricia Cole and
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carried over an extra day on account of inclement Terry Cole. Players standing from left: Violet

weather--July 24th to July 25th--this year's. Taylor Patricia McQueen, Sandra Christian, TALLAHASSEE August
commemoration of the Joseph E. Lee Day--he was Patricia Cole Rear row from left: Gail Shipp, 15 will be the last day

founder .of the nation's playgrounds--was acclaimed Cynthia Knight, Gwendolyn Baker, Theresa Hall, for students planning to

as the most successful in the local his- Barbara Edwards, Loretta Carter, Evelyn Miller, enroll at Florida A&M

at tory of the event. Sponsored jointly by the Jax Khaliah Thomas, Gloria Gibbs, Bernadette Cole and University for the first

Department of Recreation, the Jax Pepsi-Cola Co. Joan Edwards, manager. Pix 2: James Brown (third trimester of the 1963

and the Florida STAR, the spirited programing embracing from left), has presented Pepsi-Cola coolers to school term to sake application -

i athletic events, games handicraft and winning coaches. From left: Roy Mulloy, Carlton for axteissiofl.

t dancing, was enjoyably engaged in by boys and Bryant, Davis Shields and Bill Benton. Westside

t girls representing city playgrounds under the Tadpoles citywide baseball champs were coachedby Yates Considered

dz ,' supervision of Miss Emma High tower, supervisor. Roy Hulloy (left): David Shields (James Brown For Coaching Spot t tAt

r 8s Playground directors and their staffs supervised presented the trophy); Bill Benton, Miss High .

:. all activities and the Pepsi-Cola 0. was lavishin tower and Carlton Bryant, mgr. seated. Bottom U. Of Cincinnati

'I the awarding of prizes. In photo left, John W. photo left: Receiving Pepsi-Cola coolers from

Holeman president of the JarPepsi-Cbla Co. a- CINCINNATI -- University -
President J. W. Holeaan (third from left) and

4 wards citywide championship trophy to Westside James Brown are, from left Supervisor Hightower, of Cincinnati

Junior Girls softball team coached by Carlton and coaches Carlton Bryant, Mrs. Bertha Cole, Cage captain Tony Yates

t Season s OpenerTALLAHASSEE Clay Calls Bryant and Bill Benton while Miss Hightowerleft manager of the Westside Junior Girls city cham- whose team was ruaoerap

Crash KillsStar's ( ), James Brown Pepsi-Cola representative pion softball team and Coach Bill Benton. for the national championship -

-- The Titlt i lout from Miami look on. Bat girls.in foreground fromAla. (Royal Art Studio Photos) last season,

Child Florida A&M University. i1r &...---- ... and winner of two pre-

i JOSE. 0>10. (ANP)I Rattlers will open a 10- A "Dbgrcu. Boycott Bobby Mitchell Inks Record FOBS Cheer vious been mentioned campaigns in, has the

R. C. Owens, veteran game football slate here
player and star flanker September 28 against the Planned By Pact With Washington SkinsWASHINGTONANPHalfback Bill Russell, speculation as the next
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freshman coach
back for the Baltimore Lincoln University (Mo.) LAS VFGAS (ANP). 4 GridstersBO I
Negro Ignore GameBOSTON
Colts last week was inJured Tigers. The game will be Gaseous Cassius Clay, the Bobby C.

in an automobile played in Bragg Stadium.WHsoN Louisville Lip was on Wash- Bill Russell, As play director for
Mitchell of the former lily-white
accident in whicl* his hand bare last week for the, Boston Celtics'great the Bearcats Yates team

four-year-old daughter SelectsWkllita the-repeat bombing of ington Redskins last week received a boostin center, stole the conquered Ohio State

R was killed and his wife Floyd Patterson by salary from the National Football show here during the recent twice to win the National -

and one-month-old son Umv. heavyweight champion baseball between Collegiate Association -
game -
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were also hurt. Sonny Liston. the Boston Fed Sox
The tragic accident oc- Clay arrived here a few .. n.rot for an estimated $25,000, and becameone and Cleveland Indians be nipped in the

curedcwhen Owens' car hours before the fight to of the highest paid players in the when some 20,000 fans final second last year
watch "the big.bear" F by Loyola for the title
f overturned after hittinga nTr: cheered him for several
culvert off U.S. Highway who it' now seens certain league.The minutes when he arrivedat last March.Drafted .

36* he will fight in a $25.000 representeda Marshall was given an the game. by the St.

His :daughter, Pamela September title bout in boost in salary for Ultimatum by Interior The.6 ft.. 10-inch star Louis Hawks of the

died from a broken neck Philadelphia.While Mitchell over the esti- Secretary Stuart Udall. who was voted the most National Basketball Associatton. -

at the scene, of the Liston blasted the mated $20.000 he re- Udall told him he had valuable player in the Yates has

) ac>ill t!c ii fr.cji'' -**" stout-hearted but outclassed ceivad from the 'Skint to Integrate his team or National Basketball Association expressed a desire to
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Neither Owen >not hls Patterson almostat last season when they lose the use of Capital after leadingthe play pro baafcetball. '

I wife Tina was seriously BOB WILSON, an outstanding will and struck terror .obtained him in a highly Stadium built with fed- Celts to their fifth Meanwhile, Al Helm, -

> injured. football, basketballand into the hearts of 7.816 publicized trade in eral funds.Mitchell world title, waced in executive sports editor<

j In 1960, Owens also injured track performer for Convention Hall fans, who which the Cleveland last week began response to the cheersas of the Cincinnati Fa-

I, his right shoulder Germantown High in Philadelphia paid a record Nevada gate ROBERSON. Browns obtained the draft putting the money he walked to his quirer, wrote:

\ in a National Football has signed a of $286.180, Clay ostensibly rights to the late, to good use. He bought a seat. 'If he's given a

League game. letter--of--intent with at least, did not With SANTA no ROSA.action Calif.planned- great Syracuse All- home in a fashionable Russell, wearing a choice, however, we're

Before being traded to the University of Witchi- scare. against them by their American Ernie Davis. Washington area, purchased bright yellow shirt arrived betting he'll take the

the Colts Owens starred tat U. of Witchita Coach The Lip taunted Liston team's executives four Davis died recently from a "Sting Ray" in the middle of U-C Job. "

with the Los Angeles Chelp Huerta announced before and after the Negro pro-football leukemia. Washington also Corvette convertible and the second inning. A few Slreghlens Reds
Rams also of the NFL. last week. bout Cassius shock obtained halfback Leroy then took off for a short fans spotted him and began -
with the Oakland
.,. Floyd s hand and wished players Jackson in the deal. vacation in Atlantic to applaud. The
-
I Raiders of the American
: ., MtMNM COOKMMS him well after he enteredthe The new high-salaried City N.J. before reporting cheering spread through
Football League they
t ring to be introducedas say contract with which to the Redskins the stands until most of

f. 1S62 1 Football Slate the No. 2 heavyweight plan to boycott the Coach-general manager training camp in CarlislePa. the 20.000 were cheering

contender but he snubbed exhibition game against Bill McPeak "surprised"Mitchell Russell, completely
Sept. 21--Lane College----Here the New York Jets in 9ALL
Liston by waving his arms also made him Mitchell regarded as ignoring the game in
'.Septa 28--S. C. State CollegeThereI Mobile. Ala. on Aug. 23.
disdainfully at the champion's the highest paid playerin perhaps the best breakaway progress.
t'Oct 5'Albany State College---There The four players half-
corner. Redskins history. runner in the NFL,
backs Bo Roberson, Fred Goader Slpsd
t Octr 12--Morris Brown College--Here
*'*' Then after Liston. had Yet only a few months also earns around $10,000for
;. (Homecoming--2 p.m. ) delivered the coupe de Williamson and Glem ago Washington's owner
a year-round job as
Bowl Daniels and end Art Powell By N.Y. Mets
19--Benedict College---Gator
grace to Patterson Clay George Preston Marshall a public relations man
say their bone of
( Jacksonville) stormed the ring again had to be pressured into with a soft drink firm. CINCINNATI -- Cincinnati -
.Nov. 9--Ft. Valley College---Here and renewed his demandsfor contention is that they ending the lily-white Reds' catcher Jesse

I Nov. 16--Claflin Cllege-----i'her-e: the title bout with shouldn't be expected to tradition of his team. Working Out Gonder was sold to the
play in localities where
Nov. --Florida A&M------There Sonny. After picketing by mem- N.Y. Nets on waivers p
they cannot obtain decent
'Nov. 30--Allen Univ. -Here "This is a disgrace to bers of the NAACP. the thus completing 'a deal :',;.t' -: .
All home will be played the eating and sleeping which catcher .f< i-" : 1 ..,.... '
f ( games boxing chatty Clay public accommodations Congress of Racial brought r: ........
at Welch Stadium, 8:00 p.m. ) said of the bout he had without racial restric- Equality and other civil Sammy Taylor and infielder 'ROUND Infielder

just seen. "If Liston tions. rights groups focused Charlie Neal to Charley Neal who was

licks me, I'll leave the national attention on Cincinnati.The recently obtained in
TASTE WHAT S..HAPPENED 1 T0 LEMON I AND LIMETEEM Williamson, as spokesman a
I country. I want Liston. the issue and put a trade had been expected trade with the N.Y.
for the group said
He demanded. There is no crimp in the 'Skins since Reds' pre- Mets, is expected to
The situation down
; question but that he'll 'Dee Cee" earnings sident Bill DeWitt asked strengthened the Cincinnati -
there is pretty tightnow
get him.After. for waivers on the 26- Reds' infield
GO the bout Joe and we do not intendto Ex All American year old Gonder last during their stretch run
play football in an
Louis the ring's great- ,week. for the N L peasant A
area where a Negro can't From
Teem est champion before he Grambling Inks Event Scheduled former star Infielder
eat or sleep in a placeof
retired said Patterson with the L A Dodgers '
his own choosing." 2nd Pro Pact Florida A. and M. University
should retire. But Floyd former worl( when they won the world
FRANK BUDD.
In continuing Williams will hold its
disagreed, saying that TOP Ca er sprint champion whose 100 series in 19M. the 32-
said that Other Negroes commencement on August 9
= he will try to fight his erased year old Neal hit .260
mark
yard dash was
on thie (Raiders) team at 6 p...in Bragg Stadium.
t nII way: back to a third title can decide for themselves, GRAMBLING. La. (SPECIAL) this summer by Bob Hayes for the Mets la 1961LEARN
---- --- ------- -- Charles Hay do ett. star
showdown with Liston.At .
I IIlItimel present, Patterson whether they will playor forward for the Balti- of Jacksonville and of
Florida A&M. was one
not..adding "we will mone,Bullets, has signed
appears to be the only the Philaelphia Eagles'
discuss the situation
his second contract in
seriously inter-
person 60-man pro-football squad F
with anyone who cares to *
the National Basketball
ested in such a bout.
t who reported for practice
talk with us about it. Association.
July 21. The former track
Hardnett will receive
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lO()(DSONQt16RS Announces the Opening of a NewJ Grambling College in lanova wildcats' thin-

You Seek The Best Doctor I Branch Office at 5504 Avenue B. -COae Where Tool K August.He clads during bis college

When Your Doctor PrescribesGet Can Get Quality Cleaning at Budget Prices." hade his professional rears.

Experienced pharmacists -- FREE PICTEP ft DELIVERY SERVICE 'f debut with the Chicago Watch Tfe ,Iowa -

...According to Your Doctor Zephyrs last year before -

.- Orders We Use Only The ROYAL ART STUDIO the club moved to Balti- 53-92-32
t 6tir. C. E. Black Best Quality DrugsProprietur more. 121-55-13 A TRADE

'-.-.. 515 8ATIS STREET Rardnett was second in
"" .... 7 4-- !II Six Short Months That
Mir Kn tt Rtfeetd Prices reb ands: behind Walt
3,REGISTERED PHARMACISTS TO SERVE) TOO 9
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K Bellamy and fourth in Will Be BENEFICIALFor
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Cosmetics Rubber Goods Candles Sundries I 1, 's LIFETIME
Mfi ilcoisfug Qt..ps Clib with a 10.5 average. a
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PRESCRIPTIONS CALLED FOR AND DELIVERED The 6-10 star was a .
DUCK I WHITE CiLSi "
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Gambling pace-setter for 12-14-24.

t JEWTIMEQtMaVty four years, earning All- Sometimes he s up
; lilly, s. Drug Store American honors as a Sometimes he II down".- COLLEGE INC.

Photographs Junior and senior. He adds subtracts 630 DAVIS ST. at Beaver

t Hardnett was a member of He works it all around
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lege student, I sat on the edge of my seat and The Rev. Billy Ball, Jr., has taken a trip, and Cola _
w :-- 845 Flwiia Arena
; .. t: ,'i Auto Silts ; heard a visiting professor speak of the sad,"da, is now in Detroit. His finger which was injured -

when we as Negroes could no longer Tilde. behind in an accident of sorts is on the mend. Over 100 Others to Cheese trill

4th I MAIN STREET the old. 1 would or I could but I'm colored? Seems as tho one of the minister's parishioners

theory. Today some dozen years later, I JB&am confused his fingers with a steak. R. S. EVANS
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witnessing young Negroes seek jobs for which, Barbara Spears is also having digital trouble.The .

\ONCRIEF t IEDGEWOODSSvp they are totally unprepared and.for which they popular lass recently returned: IIt ajjhort -, 3RD & MAIN
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yell "discrimination" when they fail to get l valescing. ,, *H:' ,Sp EL 4.8381 EL 48382
Plane PI 5-9434
the job. Many folk ask me if I think that the Barbara Reed is busy/entertaining: her houseguest ,

GlOB T.BONE 1 Negro applicants really failed to pass the recent-j''* Jerry Mitchell| *| lnPh1S' Tenn.The' 62 PONT. Cony. Bonnev. $2995

test for firemen.<' I, always reply, "1'es, yes., round of affairs for the guest included a cock-
fewti.s. 89C AIR CONDITIONED
ib yes. They flunked." Let's face it. We can no tail party Monday evening. The swinging affair '
61 BUICK H'top Electra $2395
w> longer use 24 inches for a yard; we must use the catered to the gals during the early part of the
SIIERSHEY BRISKET FACTORY AIR.
49* 29$ same 36 inches that the folks across the river evening and the boys; from midnight until. A good
SUGAR 60 CHEV. INMP. $1595
lb. I use. We will get jobs when we qualify for them time was had by all. H'Top
STEW .
1 win $5.00 order 5 Ibs. .S and quit begging. No one. is 'going to hire a man Recently, when we were speaking of Miami: we Y-8, AUTO., R & H, P. STEERING

because he is colored'and deserves a job. The, forgot to mention "The'Soul Kitchen." Man, they

SJAHWOUK PICNIC FRYERS 25(| applicant must stand on his own two feet and have a boss ,cook in the Mary Elizabeth who turns 61 FORD Gal. 500 H'Top $1595
SHAHS lb.39C ,. .
S qualify.We out delicacies such as souse J' chitterlings,
59 BUICK H'top $1195
FRESH TURKEY need to get the pickets off the streets and chile and other parts of ,the.. 'pig/. For a few cents
NECK 29 35C "
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stop praying and singing and sit down and study.; brother, can get a good, baseffor his nocturnal AUTOMATIC RADIO & HEATER
WINGS m.AFRESH 1 **r.?
IONES .
L 3 Ibs. Go to PTA meeting find out who is teaching our sessions. f '. --'

SKIRT TURKEY 35cl children and what is being taught them. When a I thought that I ,had good teeth until I met a Good Clean Cars

\RI'.S.Us.29C NECKS 2 ibsj generation of real honest-to-goodness high school lady; dentist from Atlanta. One look at Dr. Sue

graduates are produced (which will only be made Chapman set my' gums to aching. She was immediately -

GROUND $1.00 CHICKEN 19$ S possible through better schools for our kids) voted as 'the person whose dental chair we STRAND-Starting SundayEXCEPTIONAL

IHAMBURGER 3 m:. NECKS 2 n4 then let us holler if they measure up and are would like to spend the night In./ Dr. Chapmanand A H JOSEPH E LEVINEBELINDA preHOls i

I refused Jobs. Richardean Williams, a teacher from Fort ORNELWILDE I
V SELECT BEEF FILM 1
Valley College were week-end guests of Mary
Parents are urged to watch for new registration -

ROAST 59t: $1.00 dates .and enter your children in the school > and Fernando Jones. A STORY OF ]SEECHRSTANTY I

IEEE lb. LIVER 3 ibs. nearest yon whether it is white or Negro. High, ;. Dot Reese had eyes popping when she wore her J ONStANTINEfl.fl .1

: school students and adults should take advantage'of terrible dress Sunday night. Nip Sams dropped THE CROSS

the program offered by Technical High School. three trays and Curtis Taylor was speechless.

:j It us vacation time again. Some folk are' going Believe me, the dress really had its good points-

WOOLWORTH'Sirawi i and others are coming. NAACPer Earl Johnson and I. four,'of them. CHRISTINE

his family are visiting the counselor's familyin ,! Word,.comes to us that Billy Moore is making it KAUFMANEASTMANCOLOft

Virginny and Louise Guinyard of the STAR is California. Billy is a musician's musician, so ,
1
oil a trip to Gotham. A card came to us from have no fearwhen the fanfare begins he'll be in '
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thin-line waste bin SPARKLING Waukegan Illinois. We thought of unhappy naval the band if he so chooses to seek the seat. Plus \

in experiences in Waukegan when it was known as Can you do the monkey? We heard a song the
plastic AlUMINUMWARE S FIRST SHOWING- WOMEN OF THE EARTH
THEY WERE
other day with words sounding like a broken
"a terrible liberty town, and startednot to
.w LUSTY VIOLENT AND PRIMITIVE!
look at the card. To our. delight it was from the record like ,*-.' nkey. monkey, monkey" over

_._.w.. Isadore Singleton Family. Mary and the kids are and over.Lo and behold: it is a song and a dance.

visiting sister Hannah and her hubby in North The dance is sort of hully-gullyish with a twist
i
Chicago. here and there. Anything makes a song or a

Carolyn Riley and Clarissa Grant left for New dance now days. ..sr..r.T.we.unr .o.-NOWT

r York. Both young ladies are planning on making Algie Barnett is leaving EWC to take a post in

New York home. Carolyn will go to school and Texas. The former Clark College All-American ROOSEVELT-Starting S .day

work while Clarisa plans to continue her modeling halfback has been business manager of the Kings

MIS Road School for several years. Tis said that the iw'.J.'wiiJ"BUT' !

} Genuine Wholesale Prices administrative rift may cause a wholesale rush of

BARGAINS ---- TERRIFIC SALE departures from the college. Fortunately, last YOU'RE MY WIFE 1
Special Quotations to Dealers
week's board meeting was very smooth and the
Camera--------$ ea. Travel Iron---------$2.36
Magic Brain Tr. Radio----------- 4.99 factions seemed to have buried the hatchet. If
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Calculator59 ea. Tape Recorder24.99Needle the truce is for real, they may get back to the
SAVE Ball Point Pens--48t doz. .
up'O lIe business of education at Edward Waters.In .
Threader' ------ 49* ea. AND HUNDREDS MOOEII! i
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Regularly op to 1.79
Send $1 Deposit For Catalog all probability trades will be offered at

299 81CQuid. $1 Refunded With 1st Order J. Herndon Emp-Exp. New Stanton this fall. While we are busy runningin

Box 2543 W.A.S. Tallahassee, Fla. circles school officials "decided" what !
Holds 44 quarts neatly and to heat a pleasure .
easily. Tall bin features 'a _to use. &"tn cup percolator trades we would be given. Contrary to accepted
swing top lid that saves makes delicious coffcV7 / ll/ I methods of selecting trade offerings our of-
kitchen space. Wipes clean" Fin "!) <. 2 and 3 quart i&Jj
a jiffy. Red );eIbW; '-1 sandalwood or turquoisewith the"'rest of the meat All
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will offer them in September. It is our guess
a white swing top. easy to keep clean I
that teachers and students will report to bare
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shops in September and will wait for almost a
FULL2 LB. CAKE STANDARD OYSTERS Vi Pr. 60c Pt. $1.15
year before equipment is secured. Girls will "ALL
SELECT OYSTERS. . . Pint $1.30
ALL WATER SOAP the traditional beauty culture. We are still
: get YOU
SPOTS (Oceanview, of Course) Lb. 35c
: ?.; :; KING MACKEREL STEAKS . .Lb. 49c, not getting training in the kind of Jobs we are EVER

: i\ : raet: :-t 'IC seeking and the Jobs in which vacancies exist. THINK
MnY + FAMOUS FORTY-NINERS MULLET ROW
They will train additional mechanics tailorsand ABOUTIS

YELLOW SNAPPER TAILl/. MEDIUM MULLET u. 20c other 'colored' jobs.CLASSIFIED .
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ct Reg. 98$ yd. Values Dances, Ball BEE
Games, etc. Also Loud
.i. "Drip Drj" Speaker Service for $* !
Banquets, Concerts, A *>A*

COTTON PRINTSPlaid Record Hops etc.
tr El 3-5902-EODND SERVICE 2$ ill*

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Reg. $1.49 ii MINUTE MEALS FOR COOK-OUTS
AN DON'S SPECIAL
Value Small, Neat PaUtras. "fQjfr i
Call P 0 59491HairStyling.Permanent PROTEN STEAKS
Little Or No Ironing fOM ii 4S-2 JL EEEF PATTIES

22x 44'TOWELSASSSRTEI NOW 97c Crash Resistant liliars. Waves, 2S-3 U. BELf PATT1LS} $209 1ME N } 6 9"
Tinting and Dyeing.: Open
STRIPES 300-320 Hogan Street t I 20-1 IL ILLT FATTIES
Daily 7:30 a.m. Until?
10% DISCOUNT
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