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Title: The Florida star
Uniform Title: Florida star (Titusville, Fla.)
Alternate Title: Star
Physical Description: Newspaper
Language: English
Publisher: S.W. Harmon
Place of Publication: Titusville Fla
Creation Date: August 10, 1963
Frequency: weekly
regular
 Subjects
Subjects / Keywords: Newspapers -- Titusville (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Cocoa (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Brevard County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
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Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Brevard -- Titusville
Coordinates: 28.591111 x -80.82 ( Place of Publication )
 Notes
Dates or Sequential Designation: Began in 1880; ceased in 1917?
General Note: Publisher: P.E. Wager, 1880-<1882>.
General Note: Published at: Cocoa, Fla., Nov. 1, 1912-<June 5, 1914>.
General Note: Description based on: Vol. 1, no. 23 (Sept. 29, 1880).
Funding: Funded by NEH in support of the National Digital Newspaper Project (NDNP), NEH Award Number: PJ-50006-05
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Source Institution: University of Florida
Holding Location: University of Florida
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Preceded by: Indian River star (Titusville, Fla.)
Succeeded by: Indian River star (Cocoa, Fla.)

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II Jt1 j TELEGRAPH HOLDUP Law TALLAHASSEE School Targeted- Leon Cir- the Beach the beach public Patrolmen was some opened since four to


cuit Court turned down a weeks ago. two brotherswere

/ motion bY four Miamians rescued Saturdayfrom

MH * * * seeking to close the Ne- a strong surf at
( Pair- aces Serious Charges gro law school at Florida ..r t Seminole Beach by two

,
Plants
To Survey Defense A&M University, it wasannounced l"-year old Mfeguards

!h.' Following Alleged $6 Robbery. ". Thursday, The brothers. Larry

For Discriminatory HiringWASHINGTON Complainants are former Haines 16. and Bernard

j r Arrest of a second suspect in the early Haines. 15. of 1824 W.
Circuit
(ANP) The United States Defense. Judge Stanley
: Wednesday morning armed robbery of a51Q 26th St after being
)I Department will soon complete a survey on plant Mijledge, and attorneys \
Hogan street Western Union office weB announced carried out about 40 .
throughout the nation with 1.000 or more employesand Tobias Simon, Howard

,J Wednesday by the, county solicitors. no Negro employes to determine if discrimination Dixon all white, and yards from shore by the
} i office. .1 ,
., is being practiced by these plants. Dr. John 0. Brown, a Negro current were rescued by
J- Held in city Jail customer ne was being a
, a- y F
lifeguards King Gross
The survey is Just one who claimed that
waiting disposition of robbed. The woman hung employees were placedon .
and Fick Myers.Llfegmrd
of a number of steps the the: 'law school's opera-
armed robbery chargesare up the'phone and immediately the special roster.
Officer of
Department has taken to tion was illegal due to
Fred Philpot Jr. called the Six months later the
see if -plants with its racial setup and the Day Dave Ritter, 20,
29, of 1076 W. Duval St. police,Nichols continued special roster had been said the two guards were
government contracts are that only five of its
4 According to Asst. Police Lt, G.R. Branch reduced to, 119 through CAREER GIRL---Charming Helen Hart, a Miamian petroling the beach whena
li living up to the letterof graduates. have passed
County Solicitor DonaldG. arrived Immediately on promotion, reassignmentand back in her hometown for the summer pauses to shouting
Negro woman ran -
the law as stated by the state bar examina
Nichols, the holdup the scene and a descrip- the President's Executive attrition. t ions.Th ,:' give photographer Al Crawford a photo for the to them for help.

occurred at about 1:50 tion of Philpot was Taylor said the Department Florida Star's Front Page Beauty series. Miss Fitter said it took the
Order 10925 which e complainants further -
't a.m. Wednesday' Just 10- broadcast with Patrolmen created the Committee on of Defense has now claimed that the Hart (34/24/36) has been attending Howard Uni- lifeguards about 15 min-

minutes before night R.B. Lauramore and Equal Employment Op- instituted the program law school continuanceof versity where she has been studying accounting.See utes to bring the two

J \ manager David: A. Warner, L.C. Chavez picking up portunity.In for all employees in the the law school on a ( Miami Page) youths to shore. Neither
52. closed the office. Philpot at the cornerof Department Services
made required medical attention -
a report recently segregated basis is illegal -
Philpot had been to the Broad, and Beaver Sts. rated GS-iland below.
to Hobart Taylor and* that its c. P. Johnson Popular Figure he said.
office several times in Philpot had a calibre and world-wide (exclud- ,
Jr. vice chairman of students could be absorbed The rescue occured at
quest &t a money order .22 blank pistol and ing non-U.5. citizens
the President's Commit- by the Universityof Dies Following Brief Illness 4:30 p.m. about 100 yds.
and bad given his name six one-dollar bills in overseas) .
tee, the Department said Florida law school. south of 35th St. in an

said.as Terry Walker, Nichols his pocket, police said. it will soon have 80 inspectors Mayor Says "Please call the Florida STAR, C. area where some 1.200 I

in the CommissionMestiag Parham Johnson said to have '
field, told an attending nurse person were ,

.;..-:' #-,NAMES_ 4' .COMPANIpN..I ...1J.-, .,wa ghee; i.nc"cQll1-1': d with -,. o.J erobl.lIU.-. "' ,Sunday Wednesday morning at Duval Medical Center. been swimming _'._-.,;
k 01''- more. thanj50.billion -; And'-Tfith those words he
: Between Rates ; went ,.gentlyintU" .
,I Capt. E.to B.Nichols Runyon, said according in government contracts. ,i ,On) '\,Social l Action his final peaceful rest. Miami! i Child's : "

Noting progress already HALLANDALE---"Just C. Parham Johnson, a
Church where he servedat
fn
p'"" Philpot Implicated Cor- : Mt. Zion AMP Church Death Blamed
made Taylor said the because one member of public figure here for one time as superin-

.1 ners as masterminding the Defense Department has the Negro population is tating that it has many years, had been tendent of the Sunday To Bug KHIcr
1 furnishing Philpot
} plot pertinent information to
greatly reduced the sick does not mean thereis accorded many titles as

u I with the pistol and number of individual any hatred here of report 'to every memberof a result of numerous MIAMI -- intersectide
driving him to the of- the District, the Com- i
I
.1 1 complaints against the Negro race in activities in supportof poisoning claimed an

j/ fice. Corners was sup- government contractorsit general," Mayor John mission on Social Actionof civic, religious and other victim here this
to have waited for
posed the Eleventh Episcopal
'11I supervises.At Steel told a newsman sports programs.He week serving as a warning -
i4 him in the car about two District of the AMP.ciiurch
?."; the end of April Wednesday in referenceto was known as the to parents to take

r. blocks from the office 1963. the Department of rumors that recent is holding an open city's poet laureate special precaution in

reports revealed.became, panickywhen Defense had a total of attempts by Negroes have meeting Sunday. Aug. 11 the result of having the use of insect )killer
Corners at 4 in Mt. Zion F
the police cars arrived 35R cases broken down caused racial unrest p.m. had many of his poems where children nay he
AME Church.
't FRED PHILPOT JR. on the scene and as follows: Army 37; here. published in'the local Commissioner Chester R. > zAi
drove away Nichols con- Navy 48; Air Force, 89 For nearly 'a month, police press: he served as substances.
Cowart stated that the
; tinued. Defense Supply Agency have blanketed the master of ceremonies Deborah Mclntosn.5

f The two men will be 184. city with a dragnet in report is the outgrowthof during untold events and months old. who lived
At the end of June 1963 several important with her parents at
transferred to county an effort to catch a he was a strong supporter
there were only 108 case studies and surveys
7504 N.W. 21t Pl. died
further in- suspect prowlerrapistwho of church and
pending .
Jail in process, broken downas which were conducted last Thursday Avg 1.
vestigation. No bond has has terrorized residential civic programs with
follows: Army following the Commis- in Jackson Memorial Hospital -
robberymay sections of the various denominationsand
been set. Armed 37; Navy, 48; Air Force sion' last general meet- ': :., :,
by life scouting 1' "
be punishable city. programs.
];
Defense Supply Agency. ing.
89; The child had bees
t of as When the Jax Braves
imprisonment.! Although reports
184. Cowart also pointed out, C. PARHAM JOHNSON taken to the hospitalwith
Walter Thornton The Defense Department, many as eight cases of that the report will report organized here in the Beloved Public Figure a fever teapsrature
have reached police mid-fifties, C. p. was
i' Taylor said is also rape will reveal present School Department he of 106 degrees and suffering
'
I Dies SuddenlyAn headquarters during the one of the team s
conducting programs for. conditions of certain was an official of Irssi congestion
.. past eight months ataunchest fans, for
untimely attack upgrading under- important aspects of the Maceo Lodge,' BPOEW of the lungs and thr+sat.

ROBERT CORNERSQUICK brought death to walter utilized personnel especially verified records show church and said recommen- it was at that time that Vice Chairman of the Boy Doctors said the .,.,-

ARREST T. Thornton, Jr on Rux- in positionsin only one attack has dations will be made. he formed a lasting Scouts Council, founder- tons "seened to indicate -

i day August 4 and cut grades GS-1 through occurred since Jan. 1, All members of the AUF friendship with the late announcer of the Boy poisoning possiblyby

vamer was talking to a short a promising careerin GS6. .Employees are that having taken placeon church who are interestedin Ben Geraghty which be- Scouts weekly radio pearatJiion '

J' customer over the phone music for the Mississippi being surveyed to determine July 19.REPORTS its continual growth came Interrupted onlyat program former officialand The parents of the victim -

when Philpot entered the box who like his educational and PROVEN FALSE and feel responsible for the time of the one of the founders said that on Jaly 31

office pointed a pistol fellow born native, skill qualifications, Reports that a Negro same are urged to attend lamented Jax Suns'manacer's of the Brewster Men's they bad sprayed the

at the manager snatchedsix without regard to race. criminally assaulted a the meeting. Cowart con- passing here Club and was affiliated child's bed with "QIII fOil

one-dollar bills Those with skills .*oman recently also cluded. last spring. with numerous other intersectide"

from the drawer and fled oualifying them for a proved unfounded. He TaMpa Stiior Mr. Johnson Joined the organizations. later in the evening the

1 the scene. Nichols said. higher grade Job in a was said to haVe hither STAR staff in 1951at Funeral services will child became ill and

The manager told the different specialization over the head witha Jr. HIGh School which time he, pub- be announced. feveris-h. The bed was

in other lines lisher-editor Eric 0. sprayed the following
or rock and robbed her
Seek 'Off Limits1Status of work offering better of $50. To nerve Simpson and the late Three NabbedMIAMI evening and according

mal opportunities Spike Washington were to the parents the
promoti Steele also denied
TAMPA---Public school
ForPMHHQ nurturing the paper from membersof fever increased Taken
are Identified and rumors that the Negro integration in Hills- Three
special ros- its infancy through to a calypso band were to the hospital tkj
CityPANAKA.CITrPlorida placed on a section of the city had borough County will be *
.r ter. been sealed off stat- extended to a senior its greatlyenhanced found guilty of possessing victim died at 11:30

then present day stature. marijuana received p. m.
These are
persons ing, 'we have police- and a Junior high school
NAACP Field Secretary I considered, along with men surrounding ail Born in Albany Ga. Jail sentences here last Police records state
next fall, it was announced -
Robert Saunders said III other qualified of new areas. If a Negro triesto the son of a presiding week. the, Medical Pzaniner a

that telegrams were employees for vacanciesin enter white Tuesday.The elder of the AME Church, Arrested by: a Miami policeman >> office reports that
WALTEP T. SHOPNTOsLeontyne a sec- Board of Public
sent to military offi- higher level posi- tion after dark he attended the local who said he saw' cause of death "was
Price he
had Instruction said that
cials and Secretary; of tions. Hiring of new will be stopped and schools and studied at them throw a bag and a from the commercial intersectide -
brought happiness into children of Negro per- ."
defense Robert McNamara employees is also had better have Morris Brown College. briar pipe out of a car
the lives of many people a good sonnel at McDill Air
asking that this city limited in categories reason for being'there. Prior to coming to window when he approachedthem 00000
S through medium of music. Force Base will be allowed
be declared off-limits where under-utilized Jacksonville to attend were William Fish
"The
sue for
Thornton, a former goes to attend the WATCH TH6 00WH
,- to servicemen on account Jacksonville resident personnel are available. whites-entering the schools nearest their Edward Waters College Ray 44 of l&87.H1I' Fifth

of racial segrega- Taylor stated.Illustrating Negro section he held teaching positions Ave. ; Fred S. Dean. 23
he
died in his sleep following con hOlIes on the base fol-
tion. an exampleof tinu ed. in Albany Ga. of 1658 NW Fifth Ave. ; 0 3St 0
a sudden attack.At lowing action taken by
Commanders of nearby what has already; been Police and Jackson, Kiss. and Johnny In Irab 8:1. 39.
the time of his demise Chief Earl the federal government
Tyndall Air Force Base accomplished in a pilot Mitchell At Edwards Waters he of 1633 NW Fifth Ave.
he was appearing at said Our which allowed the
conducted in the Joined the school's Ray and Ingrahaa were 0.,0
and Navy Mine Station program regular
the Blue Note Lounge as security patrol
to the
Saun- headquarters of tie Department county acquire first-line grid forces given one year prison
sent telegrams has been
the, leader of his own set up to pre-
said.The Washington of the Amy, Tinkler Elementary aongwith Jim Wiggins, sentences each and Dean o
ders ri vent unauthorize 0
t o.
Bureau of the NAACP the report said the persons School at McDill this Gardner (Nip) Sass and received a two-year suspended 1.2.245.1
Walter Thoas Thornton, 5.300 persons in GS-6 from entering the va- year. Both
sentence
has been asked to fol- Jr..was born, in Meridian. and below were Con rious sections of the Wart the schools closed other greats. pipe and bag contained I (SNpiiriiT
devoted -
member
He a
was
the
re-
low through on city. This
is
Mississippi. July 31, sidered. no move last 80 Ne-
June some police said.
marijuana
nueets. Saunders added. 1934' The result was that 170 against race groes had been enrolled of St. Paul AME 000


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M8EI2. 1 i h fLORIDA STAR H SATURDAY ABS.ST IB, 1K3THB


I FLORIDA,. ..rAil POLITICS AS USUAl

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NEWS ; r
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.: '; .";- BY ERIC 8 SIMPSIN I
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'published: by'the Florida star Publishing Co. ',.' i-: .' .
Erwin of the
I N. Griswold a member U.S.
"
Veober of: Associated Negro Pres
.. r l *1 Commission on Civil Rights and dean of the

EI1C ,I. SlttfSIN................MMHMC EtittrALYSIN ; : : ,
r ;; Harvard Law School, recently urged passageof I.

E. WISE_News EWwtJUA the Administration's public accoaaoda-

WMTEM_CkcrirtiH IHIIII tions bill, terming it "the most important

., issue facing this Congress. '
'
MAIN IFFICE & PUNT :- ..,-, Griswold stated that Congress has ample

constitutional authority to enact such

.;' 2323 Mac rie1 R.zJ PhiH ELlii 46712EL -
..... legislation under the Com-

"< 4-8783 merce clause, ttei Fourteenth
__
r. Amendment "a combinationof
or
'
MAILING A1BRESS: ,4 _
\ 1 both provisions." He said
.i P. j. In 561 iMksiiyille 1 Florida
,
that the issue is not whether
I _
SKISCIIITISN BATES Congress has the power to ban '",

I One Year $6.00 Half Year $4.00 l. discrimination in the great

Hailed to You Anywhere in the United States L Ir 1+' '.1'
::..: majority of businesses which SIMPSON+
Subscription parable in Adrance
'
;, Bend deck or Money'order' to: serve the public "but whether it wishes ,

FLORIDA STAR P.O. BOX 561 to draw \.
, the line short of full exercise
Jacksonville L Florida
< of its authority."

'.
He asked that a bill be passed providing
'. A IKfto On Tb State's NII m
for broad coverage and effective enforcement

. A STAFF MEMBER of the U.S. Commission on pointing out that 30 states now

I Civil Rights picked up his copy of the have public ace onmodat ions laws which do

New York times yesterday and began to not place limits on the size of the establishments .

I read accounts of the nations's racial MUST NOT BE OUR WORLD IMAGE MR. PRESIDENT covered. r

strife, and he noted the dateline of St. Griswold contrasted the typical travel ,

,\I Augustine Florida. experiences of white and Negro Americans ,

:;, What he read made him gasp and he put 'For the white man traveling from state f,

3 in an immediate' call to the secretary of Your Weekly. to state' he said, 'the road is a ,I
I' ,
'. the Flcrida Advisory Committee. 'Can such : series of familiar landmarks and frequently -

j i a,thing be true in this country?' he demanded his most difficult problem is to' 1,:

,
Horoscope
A, Guide make a choice among the array of establishments -

The. 'such a thing' was the act of County- offering him food, lodging :
1
Juvenille Judge J. Charles Mathis in St. and respite. But for the Negro traveler I
By PABLO '
; Augustine taking seven juveniles from The ASTROLOGER the road may be more like a desert and
;
their parents and .lodging them in the each inviting sign a mirage or, worst
WHICH ARE YOUR LUCKY DAYS FOR
1 County Jail. He did so because the parents, yet. a humiliating rebuff to him. his j

':t refused, ti sign a form the Judge presen- BUSINESS LOVE TRAVELARIES family or companions." 1

;+ tdd them that said they would keep their. ----------- Griswold cited instances in which mem-
a
,: children ,from indulging in any more demon- bers of biracial Advisory Committees of

strations 'against segregation until they ever when you realize CAPRICORNBorn the Civil Rights Commission were refused
thru
March 21st
Born CANCER that it is taking too thru
22nd
I' are 21. April 19th much out of you. The Dec. service in Nevada and Louisiana. He deplored -
Born June 22nd thru 19th
SUCH AN ACTION as this is common under combination of heat and Jan. humiliations suffered by Negro
The good fortune sur- July 22nd
I overexertions could be a
il totalitarian systems. Fidel 'Castro has rounding you and those servicemen noting that authorities at an
Let otherstake the bit too much for your Any money you may be
taken young. children: from their parentsand that are closest to your risks while you are con- physical powers to sus compelled to spend to Air Force installation in Alabama issue"passports' -,
heart may be accomplishedby r
sent them to Moscow for indoctri- certain disappointment. solidating your hard-won tain. insure your security or to foreign trainees to j

nation. Dictators on- the right and left .. Perhaps this is as position. You may throw 7-11-30-17-76-713 to establish the kind of protect them from the rebuffs experienced t
-
home ,for which have
the full weight of you
think it is thier prerogative to tell your
it should be in order to LIBRA ... "
intellectual powers and ". been yearning should-be by Negro airmen in the off-base co u ni: i
:.:-.- parents how :to .rear their children, or to maintain a certain
} 1 personal prestige to attain Born Sept. 23rd thru considered as the best
, equilibrium. If you have ty.
restrict them in what knowledge. they get the heights you Oct. 23rdIf investment you could

or what actions they may perform. you any doubts should as follow to whether the have singled out as 'your make. Pay no heed to "Congress should pass the pending ci vJ} ..... ,I

wouldbe you have been care- friends whose philosophies rights legislation" Griswold said "not
particukaf goal.It
But to think that 'such 'tactics could be* conventional line to less with your cash or be called confused -
work with may
better to
earn your way or throw merely for the benefitof those who
exercised, the u. S. .--and4in its oldest with outside capital than to other valuables you are to put in mildly
,: in your lot chanceto likely to be totalingthe and according to the have been victimized by racial discrimi-
dr go
city! : strip your private
.'.... achieve the same pur- loss. A confidentialand
Joint assets to the blueprint you have tedi- nation but because the health, economic
This ancient cradle of the ',World has pose 'the choice is f
new profitable arrange-
.. .. ously and carefully )
', ,, ',:') .. clearly 'indicated. The bone leaving you too reached security and integrity of'our, Nation are
be
ment
bo to that it is to may worked out.
right expect going ex- in vulnerable to the adverse -
odds against
are you later on the same day. at stake." ,
cape the drive fof equality of American anything that smacks of winds of chance. but it would be wiser 7-99-30-14-31-793

citizens. that is being pushed down speculation, but with you Additional indicationsare for not to commit
everyAmerican you AQUARIUSBorn
when.you fall, back on emphasizing the wisdom too far in ad- Patent Office To Display !IIYHfiolS J
yourself
thproughfare. .It is double a ". ,, common sence and honest of conservatism in vance. Those of you who Jan. 20th thru

target because these all the, harsh methods.. endeavor: to build up your the management of funds are getting married or Feb. 18thIf WASHINGTON--ANP--The United States'
bankersor
and in allowing t
of denial are being practiced, and are economy. who have agreed to do
other economic ex you can manage to Patent Office intends to tell the story. of
3 3-59-30-15-64-391 could find that this
so,
maintained:by, a combination" of politicaland perts to establish basic will bring sorrow to clear the air of exist- the Negro's contribution to America's development
policies. ing or potential misunderstandings -
ibusinffisi power. : .: TAURUS someone they love very in its display in Chicago at the
This fact intensified the determination Born April 20th thru 488391765483LEO deepl7.922101792ml. you cn
May 20th pave the way for closer 'Century of Negro Progress Exposition' to

of young Negroes to demand change. co-operation with the be held at McCormick Place Aug. 16 through "
Official barriers or Born July 23rd thru SCORPIO one who can aid you in
The demonstrations last week were made Sept. 2.
of older converting your hopes !
the opposition
by 16 Negro teenagers who visited a lunch people nay have to be Aug. 22nd Born Oct. 24th thru into solid accomplish- ,. The office which is a part of the Department f

counter. Wanting to keep thier protest overcome or circumvented The Leos who are turning t Nov. 22nd 'ments. You would be of Commerce, in addition, is sendingsix ,

before you can obtain their eyes toward )Those who outstanding doing yourself the main (
to are
peaceful they responded a signal of a persons to the Exposition, not only
left the counter before a your heart's desire. The the mysterious worldji t in their work per- disservice when you are
and
watcher
one to whom you are already of the spirit may embark formance should have no Intent on holding back, to offer information about its exhibit,

Deputy arrived. But they were arrested joined may not on a wide search in difficulty in convincing refusing to take the but to encourage qualified Negroes to seek j

anyway arrested on the street as they look kindly on your escapades quest of additional en- superiors that they are step forward that will positions with the Patent Office.
or desire to obtain lightenment. Or if you entitled to occupy a place the both of yon
were walking away from the place, and your freedom unlessit are among those who better position or secure into more fertile terri- Commissioner of Patents David L. Ladd

_. charged with trespassing. is at the cost of considerable simply like fo visit higtaor wages. If tory. All ideas that are said the exhibition will include both

Their cases were set for last 'Tuesday financial foreign lands and to you are an employer broad and imaginative models and information on the work of both
sacrifice on your part.It learn of the ways of yourself you can obtain should be followed up.
and it was their attorney understandingthat is possible in some their people you may efficient and no matter where they lesser and well-known Negroes, includingDr. I

they would get a .continuance until instances that chance find this month eminently trusted help by offering lead yon. You have the Percy Julian, noted scientist and educator -

their regular attorney returned to the may step in and show yon suitable for travel'projects. better PIQ"Sale Scorpios beneficent Jnpiterlan Granville Woods (
T. electronics
; ,
the way out of your di- It seems to bea may prefer to establish influence encouraging I
city. But, when the hearing opened Judge 1 elll L good time for sub- themselved in business. you onward. expert and Inventor, and Dr. George Washington
"
Mathis presented the promise to desist "7-22-50-14-56-725 leasing your house or 1-44-60-14-73-148 1-66-30-19-64-163 Carver. -.

forms 'for the. seven who were under 14-: four GEMINI apartment a profitable or arrangingfor deal SAGITTARIUSBorn PISCES Included in the display will be modelsof 1

girls and three boys. And because St. Born May 21st thru of sOle kind. If you f Nov. 23rd thru Born Feb. 19th thru the work of Homer H. SlDi th, of Detroit,
detention home cannot induce your mate ,
Augustine has juvenile
Dec. 21st who invented a bottle breaker.
21st March 20th
June to go along with you,
for Negroes, they were lodged in county
you are not likely to Whether you are the victim Although there are Also rubbing oils made from peanut extracts .J

jail--a jail that supposedly is the place This quarter favors get very: far. of insidious propaganda splendid forces operating developed by Dr. Carver who at roe
your hopes and desires.
for cosaon criminals.Big .- You should not be remiss 5-14-20-13-95-542 or are naturally In your behalf time worked with Dr. A. W. Curtis labora-
Inclined to adopt they be rendered ineffective
VIRGOBorn nega? may -
brotherism of this stripe has no about providing the tive attitudes you most by certain tories of Detroit, will tei featured.
necessary drive to bring Aug. 23rd thru
place in the American system of .juris them to fulfillment. Of put up a good fight to fears or inhibitionsthat Work and inventions of Granville T.

coarse there always are Sept. 22nd rid yourself of these are larking deep Woods Negro born in the 19th
It is abhorrent for a Judge to a cefitarjand
prudence. kill-Joys who cannot see There' is nothing like a defeating influences.There within you. The encouragement .,.
decide he has the right to prevent young anything except through a substantial bank account is a great capacity you can draw who acquired at least 60 oateats OB

from indulging in peaceful protest dark-colored glasses. You or other tangible for love creativity from someone who has his inventions in the electroaios field
people not allow th to resources to make and administration which your Interests ar heart
It should you will be shown.
because their rightare being denied. influence you against and the family fee absolutely should be developed to could be of inestimable

is a disgrace that he would take them from your better judgement. If secure. If you the apex of perfection value in helping you to Some of Wood's inventions include a tele-

because the parents fused you are planning to do find that there Is something by any means available. free yourself from the phone transmitter, apparatus for traas-
their parents Take study or training grip or these negative
any traveling, it wouldbe lacking in this up mission of messages by elertricitj.aad improvements -
to sib their ri bts away. more advantageous to connection waste uo courses or travel forces. This also is in railway
telegraphy.
GoVBryant; should inquire into'thIs .case establish the starting ore time and see thatit around the world In the right time to go

date after the 21st when is supplied as quickly search of material and after the Job that will The six persons selected fro various

isssdiately. the signs will be more as it can be arranged experience: when present bring you handsome: corn- areas of the Patent Office to same the exhibits ..
t -; conditions permit. pen satloa.
propitious. Your desire to get more
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Mf- d"J!: uY Nuptials Celebrants _

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; bi Sd..J. Miss Lauretta Emily Jenkins and Raymond Bernard Road entertained a duplicate bridge group last
s CJ a ;
F r ti, sLt Timoons have planned a home wedding. The deremony Tuesday evening. Participant included Mr* and

f is scheduled for 6:30 p.m. Saturday, August 10, Mrs. Jimmy: Johnson, Mr. and Mrs Raiford Brown,
at 4104 Davis Street. Jr., Mrs. Charlotte Bostick, Mrs. Lois Iszard,

: The announcement was made by the bride-elect's Mrs. Thelma Lewis, -Mrs. Margaret Day, Mrs. Margaret -

i. mother I Mrs. Henry Ward Jenkins, Sr. Mathis, Mrs. Elonise Fletcher, Mrs. Hor-
Miss Jenkins is a graduate of Florida A. and tense Brewington, Mr. and Mrs. Versos King, >>ra.

.. M."and Columbia universities. She is employed Helen M. Toney, Mrs. Hadassah Bullard, Mr. and

by ''the Duval County Board, of Public Instructionand Mrs. Oliver Walker Mr. and Mrs. William Scott,
tt is a member of Alpha Kappa Alpha Sorority. Mr. and Mrs. Edwin H. Lawson, Boisy Lee Ford and

f tf Mr. Timmons hails from Austin, Texas. He is a Mrs. Demetral Wesson.
J.- w f s product of Prairie View College and Columbia f Mrs. Charlotte Bostick was high scorer for

: University, and is currently employed as a the North-South pairs, with Mrs. Thelea Johnson
r ; 44 public school teacher. and Mrs. Demetral Wesson placing second. Mrs.

Barbara Walker and Mrs. Doris Scott were high

scorers of the last-west pairs. _
r t. .. ::1.s :1. .Y:1. .... .... .... .... .... .... Alvin White and Jimmy: Johnson were coordina-

tors.

The best kept secret in Jacksonville was the t

J: surprise birthday party Elizabeth Redding plannedfor .... .... .... .... .... ....
her husband last Sunday evening. He was

really surprised. He received many beautiful and

I useful gifts. Guests were served barbecue but Well, here is our next French "lesson." if
it was not cooked in the lovely new barbecuepit on the menu you should find "Charlotte russe"
.J although the party was on the patio. '
listed, it isn t a person s name, but the naae
Those enjoying the affair were Mr., and Mrs.L. of a delicious dish of cake mold with whipped

I. Alexander, Dr. and Mrs. Lincoln Childs, cream or gelaten filling. It is pronounced
.sa 5b Mrs. Thelma Greene, Dr. Jas. R. Henderson, Mr. 'sharMot roosl""Chiffonade"
and Mrs. Albert Ingram, Dr. and Mrs. Jerry
,f. is the name for a mixture of.
Ipzard, Henry Jasmin, Dr. Chas. McIntosh, Mrs. shredded vegetables for soups or salads.

Rebecca Martin, Richard McKinney, J. D. Mather, "Consomme of course, is merely a clear,

i '". Atty. and Mrs. Releford McGriff, Mr. and Mrs. broth, _usually made from beef or fowl. It is
,:/fv, Robert Peppers, Dr. and Mrs. W. W. Schell, Mrs. pronounced "ton so-mal"
" Joan Spauldlng and Mr. and Mrs. Louis P. Stanley -

I FOLLOWING .MORNING. service at ,Second Baptist the bridegroom, 1021 W. 13th St. Mesdames Jannie ". sister and brother-in-law of the Reddings
.' Church, Miss Pearlie Mae Lockhart and Leo F. Bush Wilkins and V.O. visiting them from Bridgeville, Delaware. .... .... .... .... .... ....
Ingram served at the punch bowl; ..
i were'married Sunday, 21 with I
July Rev. J.C. Sams
Miss
Bessie
M.
,
Godfrey aunt of the groom received -
i: pastor:offici tinl. Attendants shown from left ..
gifts; Mrs. L.C. Chester Mrs. Rosa L. Ed- .... .... .... ....- .. -. : ;..... ..
t are: Ralph Green, bestman; Leroy L. Godfrey, ring wards, Mrs. Marie Jones, Mrs. Mary Coffee and Mrs. :: The YWCA is ending its summer bridge sessions
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bearer; the groom. and bride; Cynthia A. Roberson, Lucille supervised other social activities. 'I:;. : -" with a tournament party Thursday evening.The .

r flower girl and Miss Joanne Davis, maid of honor. After honeymooning in West Palm Beach, the cou- : !" season ended with Mrs. Hortense Brewington
Die,,reception was held that night in the home of Mr. and Mrs. Jonathan McCone, Sr. are vacationing -
ple an( now at home to friends on 1021 W. 13th St.. was top scorer in the morning division and Mrs.
in Washington, S. C. where they were
and scored
Mrs. Margaret Day Mrs. Gladys Bryant
Beauticians Set Sunday OutingThe APPLICATIONS FOR Visited AtlantaMr. t reunited with their son Jonathan, Jr. who is second and third respectively.Mrs. .

Schorones Social MARRIAGE LICENSES and Mrs. Jerome studying at Howard University for the summer. Alvenia Scriven kept her lead in the

: Avgost' 12 Clinic Saving Club is sponsoring Ernest Lewis 818 Harper of 2029 TalladegaRd. They: were accompanied by their young daughter, evening division, and Mrs. Frances Wai den placed
an outing to New have returned to Rubyna, McCbne. second. The third place honor went to Mrs. Marie
Blanche Std S2 and
Thelma's' Beauty Supply Sayrna: Beach Sunday,Aug. Geraldine White 818 the city after having Mcel ain.

\{ is sponsoring a beauticians 18, Mrs. E. Brown pres- Blanche Street 32: spent a week in Atlanta, .... .. .... .... .... .... .... Members of the two groups, in addition to top
clinic Monday, ident, announced. BUSCP Ga, as house guests of -.! : scorers Included Mesdames Fleet Alexander, Lois
t Leory Collins, Tampa
Aug. 12 at ,the La Charm will leave Dayligh Mrs. Harper's aunts, Avery, Vivian Jefferson, Betty Graham. Elizabeth
and Alberta
Fla. 31
Misses Anita and Wilma Guinyard have returnedto
School in Thomasville, Market at 21st St. at 7 Mrs. Nancy Reynolds and Simmons Jones, Myrtis Thomas, Catherine Jackson,
Mitchell. 1369 W. 1st Barnwell, S. C. after visiting relatives in
Ga. a.m. and Kings Rd. and Mrs. Alice Wright. Zelma Johnson Evelyn Galvin, Irma Murray M.
Street 33. Jacksonville. They were accompanied by their
Friends and the general Myrtle at 7:30. York, They were accompaniedby
Edw. Jackson, New
brothers Leon Franklin and William Guinyard. The
public are invitrd. 54 and Ottie Mrs. Harper s brother Avery, Vivian Jefferson, Betty Graham, Elizabeth
N.Y.
I Birthday MondaySolomon latter is stationed at McDill Air Force Base.
I
Otis Shetrer of this
: onstratlnl.artists, Montgomery, New York, N. Simmons Jones, Myrtis Thomas, Catherine Jackson, !
is student at
Miss Wilma Guinyard Hampton
) will include. : Miss Lula Small of 295W. Pay: nd B. Timmons, a Zelma Johnson, Evelyn Galvin, Irma Murray, M !
:
Mae Sistrunk, 'Mrs. Duval St. who has Austin, Texas, 47 and city.Beach Outing _Institute. Lucille Harper, Rosalee Slannon,ADDie B. Minattee
Lucille Ezell and Miss been confined to his Lauretta F. Jenkins, Julia Brooks, Leona Bennett, Demetral Weste*
The Nifty Thrifty Social .
!Marie Z. Farmer. home with illness since. 4104 Davis Street. and Savings Club is .... .... ." .-j.. .... ," .... 'If. ....w' Vernal MCQ ne, Eva Satterwhite, Maxine Fisher at.
\ Mrs. Gladys Daniels the first of the year. Jesse T. Johnson. Jr. Coretha Wilson. '
to
sponsoring a trip
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will' narrate 'the hairstyling is inviting all of: 'his '218 Copeland. St. 23 and American Beach, Saturday :". ". ->II;
Mrs. P. friends to stop in ,and Lois 'R. Mason. 1456 E. By LOUIS GUINYARD
Miserly, revue.secretary. see him Monday, 30th St. 21. night, July 20. Mr. and Mrs. Alvin G. White of 6042 Ribault .... .... .... .... .... .... -
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! Jax Mother, Son Bring Honors To 11th AME Episcopal District



r r. .: National Citations Tendered New Woodlawn's Successful- Anniversary-


i} I Mrs. L.G. GeitwriiM, M. GeiiwrigM 11 Claimed'First Recital SuccessfulIt 'i/ji eAuichJ2e4vkeo


Jacksonville and the 11th Episcopal District of is natural for man-
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r'-' the AME Church were nationally. honore recently. kind everywhere to de- Mt. Olive Observes Woodlawji PreshyferiMBY

when prominent church official. Mrs. Louise G. sire-success To win

: Genwright and her widely known son, McKinley success it requires Men's Day SundayElston L.N PEARSON 8ft. '

1, .Genwright II, occupied places of distinction at labor and rerseverance.

i the recently adjourned Fifth Quadrennial Convention If you wish to succeed, :...-' Rogers, a youthful The Woodlawn Presbyterian I:

of the Women's Missionary Society of the you must do as you would ;, divinity student Church at Cleveland I

I, AME Church in St. Louis,. Mo. ..to get through a crowd ir ..MP will deliver the morn- and Woodlawn Roads I E

I The program for the ready been awarded a $300 to a gate that all are 4Gr1 Ing sermon Sunday when will begin its services (

Young Peoples' Department scholarship from Bethune. anxious. to reach. Hold F' MT Mt. Olive Primitive Sunday. August 11th with

was a pageant written and Since the recent adjournment your ground, and push .\\ Baptist Church observesits the Church School at

directed. by outstanding of the Quad- .- hard. annual Men's Day 9:30 a.m. T.V. Huger
I youthful religiousmusical Be alive be patient : =
rennial Convention, both it program Sunday. superintendent in charge.
and civic leader Mrs. work hard, watch -
opportunities Pev. F. D. Wilson will
Mrs. Genwright and McKinley f The Male choirs of Mt.
McKinley Genwright. be honest t
have been the % Sinai Baptist and St. begin the Morning worship
si' Programed courageous hope for the best andi n '
; a ax service at 10:50 a.n
recipients of numerous Paul AIR Churches, respectively -
if. and Versatile Youth in congratulatory letters f you can not do all will furnish with guest organist I

Changing world the vehicle from friends and.members that you desire, you music. P.j. Williamswill Greene of Edward Waters
received equally will have the pleasureof '
College at the
in various AME districts be guest soloist. organ
prolonged plaudits for knowing that you have playing the
prelude. Mr.
around the nation. SISTER ROSETTA COTENS Seventh anniversary program held recentlyin Program and other
I the clergy and lay mem- done your best. Greene will also be
Both mother and son are Howard Memorial First Born Church 1459 W. Union St. was acclaimedthe arrangements were com- guest
bers who were deeply impressed There is no royal road organist for the
p members of St. StephenAME most successful in,the annual event's history. Gospel singing high pleted this week by Morning-
by the pageant'sif to success, the path
service.
worship The
if I theme. "Creative Interpretations" Church Pev J. S. lies through troubles lighted the program with many of the city's best known groups and individuals Wiliara A. Best chairman ser-
I mon will be delivered by
Johnson pastor.In
\ Some 5300 and disappointments participating on the program. Principals shown from left are: Robert Murray, cochairman -
the pastor. The United
addition to
persons witnessed the being an through fields of Mrs. Ida Dixon Deacon S.V. Cohen, the honoree Sister Cohen, Miss Ella : and David Hall
choir and Westminsterchoir
1 accomplished
play held in spaciousKiel pianist- patient and earnest Louise Rogers and Miss Louve nia McClennon. Elder Flax Howard was host secretary.St. .
will the
organist McKinley is a support
" Auditorium featuring labor you put forth pastor. (Royal Art Photo by: Walter Wright)
member of the NAACP Youth Jude rite.
Opens
E t youth of the AMF energy and determination .
The dedication servicefor
Council, was a delegateto
Church carrying out their to Mt. Carmel Slates Mother Tunson'sAnniversary -
build well the
First
J' the Ecunemical Insti- Baptist Rivival Fefe Aug. 10 the new church building -
tt assignments under an excellent foundation.
tute in 1959 at Black will begin at 5 o'
' direction. These are the qualifi- Baby Event SundayWith ST. AUGUSTINE -- An
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clock the
Mountain N.C. Announces ServicesBY p.m.in santwtry .
t'"j This assignment was cation that Mrs. Davis plans completed, a Begins Aug. 19th open air spiritual re- of the church. Dr. j

. k given Mrs. Genwright as Salem had to make hr r musical spirited contest is expected ROSA L. COFFEY vi val at the newly Charles T. Martz Synod ''\

I a tribute in recognition -' program in Woodlawn when Mt. Carmel iI Prominent pastor, their Pev Harold T. Branch organized St. Jude Love Executive, from the R J
I of the talent and To Present t United and and Universal
capabilities PresbyterianChurch Baptist Church. 1500 choirs congregationswill pastor of St. John Bap- Charity Florida Synod will

I of this dedicated Gospel ProgramGospel on last Sunday Harrison st. (Eastside), supervise services tist Church Corpus Spiritual Church will preach the dedicationsermon. I

d missionary worker evening a big success. sponsors a baby contest ,J*.nightly when Mother E. Christi, Texas will be be-held 7 o'clock night- Both choirs will

11 Miss Jacqueline Williams Hour will be pre- Therefore she is using Tunson celebrates her guest evangelist speakerin ly from Saturday Aug. support the service. The

daughter of Mr. and Mrs sented Sunday at 3 p.m. this medium 'The 19th anniversary begin- the Second Annual 10th through Aug. 24th. Westminster choir will

J.W. Williams of 17th in Mt. Salem Baptist Florida Star'to thank ning Monday night. Aug. Youth-led Revival at Bishop M.H. Frazier. render a special selec-

St was featured soloiston Church 1249 22nd St. all participants on ,her 19th with Little Rock First Baptist Church beginning president-founder an- tion. An invitation is

the program Deacon George B. 'Tucker program and ''especially :0 Baptist Church, Rev. nightly Aug. nounced. extended to all churches .

J McKinley Genwright was sponsor announced. Miss Jacquelyne Smith Mitchell pastor. direc- 19tb through /ug. 25th. Other leaders partici- of the city, surroundingareas

,,i:: Some of the groups appearing guest 'singer.Leroy ting services. The there will be pating in the services of the church,

on, th5i program Dickerson for his Tuesday night.Aug. 20th "Winning Others through will include Arch Bishop visitors and friends. If

will include: assisting at the piano Rev. M.F. Young and con- Christ." P.O. Zachary. bishop of you do not have a con-

M Morning 'Stars, New Hope Mrs. 'Helen :ony.for a gregation of Tabernacle New York, Bishop W.F. vient church home we

35 Pi.k an AME Junior Choir BSA job well done. as mis- Baptist Church; Aug. 22. rotlDAY'S SERVICES Lebby. bishop of Georgiaand invite you to become a

Gospel Singers Choir 1 tress of ceremony Frank Rev. Gates and membersof Sunday School will begin third vice presi- member of this church.

of Summerville Baptist. Strayhoru and C. C, First African Universal at dent. Tuesday August 13 at'
9:20 a.m. The
Mt. Salem's choir 1, Levi Richardson for ushering Baptist Church; The public is invitedto 8:00
: the United
lesson subject will be, p.m.
,. audience Aufe. 23. Rev. D.B. the services which
skillfully
x Holmes Joseph Conyersand a big and Westminster choirs
I- Teople All the Cove-
cri others. Mrs. Gladys Stray- ."i Barnes and members of nant." Rev. C.B. Dailey will be held at the will rehearse in the I

? Rev. W.J. Rogers is host horn and Mrs. Marion : J Sweetfield Baptist pastor, will conduct church's location of church building. Wednesday -
Aveilhe for their partin Church; Aug. 24, Mother King St. West in the vim
August 14th. Flder
morning worship serviceat f
pastor.OIITUARIES lifting the collec- FLORITA PEED Ferguson and members of cinity of Florida Memorial -
Sunday beginning at 3 p.mThe Church 10:55 a.m. The Adult L.N. Pearson Jr. and 1
Holiness Aug. .
tion. And last but not ; College.Fountain
project is sponsoredin Choir and the Children's Deacon Dannie Gadling j.
Bob Robinson; 5857 Fou- least Rev. Wilson the 25. Rev. Andrews and congregation
will direct
Mid-week
behalf of the building Choir will furnish
tel Drive. session, and all officerof with services
find. music. Sermons will be Prayer service in the
Mrs. Lila Coffee 1536 the church for giving beginning at 2 o'clock.
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church.
-- Some of, the contestants preached .at.11 a.m. and Chapel ,
Morgan Street. the privelege of Holding 7 p.m. Rejoice, give thanks

nationally honored when John R. Washington; 152 the first musical pro- St. Matthew Plans The Missionaries will AME and sing! God has
ChurchRev.
he was selected outstanding Harrison Street. gram in our new church. blessed and crowned
our
Joint AnniversariesSt meet at 4 p.m. in the
young man of Mrs. Maggie Sumpter Again I say thanks to efforts with success.
church auditorium. Theme
the year when selectionswere Blanding; 1822 Venus all concerned. Matthew Baptist for discussion rill: be. T.E. Shehee. pre- Union CommunityTo
made for the out- Street. siding elder of the East
Nurses Invited (\ Church, 649 FranklinSt. 5tir! Up God's Gift in
standing young man and J.C. Faircloth; 411 w. .. (Eastside) will begin You." Jax District will holda Sponsor
State Street. To WorshipAll business session at
lady.Presently
young the Celebration of Youth Departmentmeets Gospel RecitalThe
in his second Albert Russ; 1010'Laura Licensed Practical Church and Pastor's the church Friday night
at Bethune-Cookman street. Nurses who are attendingthe Monday at 6:45 p.m beginning at 8 o'clock.Rev. Heavenly Fire Gospel
year Anniversary August 19th
in the church
College. Mr. Genwrightwas Nolan Lang. Sr. ; 9301 state conventionthis annex.* P.W. Jones pastor Singers and their founder
through 26th. Pastors,
Weekly meeting
offered a $2000,00 New Berlin Poad. week here are invited prayer is urging all members to Sister Willie M. Moore
congregations and offi-
will be held Tuesday at
scholarship from Morris Mrs. Millie Washington; to worship Sundayin be present to hear the will present a gospel
cers are making plans
7 p.m. Regular weekly
Brown College and a $700 2040 Mt.! Herman Street. Day Spring Baptist various reports. recital SUnday Aug. 11
for a great time.Service Bible study will begin -
scholarship from Wilber- Jessie Robinson; 1418 Church Rev. C.A Weaver Sunday is Mortgage Day at 6 p.m. in Union Com-
for Sunday will be as at 7 p.m. Wednesday
force College. He has al- Madison Street. pastor announced. at the church. U. Cook. munity AME Church. Beaver
follows: 9:45 a.m. SUn- with the pastor in
vice chairman of the and Eaverson Streets.
s day School with the Saerlntendent change.
INDEPENDENT OIL I CO. Trustee Board and Sunday Sister Iona Hines pre-
V
Ftr..1Zi8arel.lef and teacherin
,] KEROSENE HOME DELIVERY Holy Churche Of School superintendent is sident of the HeavenlyFire
charge 11:00 ,
; a.m.
MECHANIC ON DUTY asking leaders to contact Prayer Band will
hoy fever Morning worship with the
Ike I all members to be present open the program with devotions
Joseph ------------------- Proprietor Deacons in charge of Living God -

Stare and Jefferson Streets El 6-9432 Dr. Guild' Gr..n Mountain FRANK GORDON JR. and the nit will
'."1" '" 01 eo.o... already registered Devotions The pastor Services were announced Rev. Jones will conduct be assisted by other band
are:
Julian D. Jordan, Michelle ,will speak Tuesday Elder Dothan Faulk pas- Consecration service for of the city.

Pearson Michael night, prayer service tor of The Holy Churchof choirs and ushers at Rev. N. McCray is host

Armstrong Glenda Hall followed by Bible Studyon the Living God. 1912 11 a.m. Evening service pastor Mrs. L. Hogan

Stephen Walden Bruce August 14th. The pas- "Meharry Avenue. begins at 7 o'clock. reporter.
tor is asking the church ..
830 Carat Sabbath
School
McKenzie. Florita Reed, opens at

1824 W. Beaver Vadrick Dunbar Clara and to choir Mt.Vernon to accompanyhim Baptist McTier 10:30 a.m.in charge with of Clyde de- now its Pepsifor

y 2 lDUnOHS TO Church to render service votions. Classes will

SERVE YOO Rev. G. T. McCall is the then be arranged for

host pastor. study. The lesson will those who

Choir To Stage tor.be reviewed by the pas- think young


'HEAVY WESTERN Song Festival Sabbath evening services -


BEEF BONANZA SALE; 9SANIOS Mrs. Mary Nealy of Mt. p.m. continuing will start until at 3

Moriah AME Church will
sundown. A fish fry will
be featured in a be held
from 8 until 10
BEf: y16EEF BEEF "Spiritual Deliverancein
p.m. Deacon Coleman will
FRONTS SIDE HANDS Songs" program Sunday be the pianoaccompanistOn

Aug. 18 at 6:55 p. Sunday the mission- f
CALLOS. CLARK in the auditorium of v
a. aries will be In chargeof J
ss s3900 s18 S49oo39e Reed: Kim Durham, Tonya Mt, Sinai Baptist Church the 7:30 p.m. service
Henry. Renee Neal Robert

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Hutson Kenneth Tisby, IMPERIAL SUNDRIES
Lb. 39c lb. 49e Lb. Jesse R. pnllens Jr. ,
Anthony Hill, Frank Gordon Patent Medicines CosmeticsAll

Tommy Santos De- Leading Hair-Preparations x

3rd BIG WEEK. Aug 6th thru Aug 10thS Witt Clark.Callos and Jerry Car BROAD AND ASHLEY EL 4-2159



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: WORDS OF WELCOME to over 4,000 delegates and Daley. Actress Dorothy Dandridge ( second from life member in the Association. Mr. Meredith receives Bishop Stephen Gill SpottswooJ, chairman of the

friends gathered in Progressive Baptist Church left), was also present at the opening meeting. congratulations from Kivle Kaplan, NAACP NAACP Board of Directofs-while the two Evers
JI I Chicago, for the opening mass meeting of the NAACP Executive Secretary Roy Wilkins deliveredthe Life Membership Committee chairman who acceptedthe children Reena Denise and Darrel K. look on. Mr.

NAACP' 54th annual convention, July 1-6 were keynote address. For services rendered James new membership. For 'a dedicated, courageousand Evers was cited for his leadership role in Mississippi -
expressed by Illinois Governor Otto Kerner (left) Meredith (center photo left), first recognized unembittered man', Mrs. Myrlie Evers, widow of in which lie never faltered or flinched in

to Chicago Branch president Rev. W. N. Daniel; Negro to attend the University of Mississippi, the slain field secretary Medgar Evers, receivedthe his crusade to secure for Negroes of his native

Mrs. W. Sylvester White, co-chairman of the convention does his ;part to enable the NAACP to continue the 48th Spingarn Medal awarded posthumouslyto state Justice' under law and full citizenship
committee and Chicago Mayor Richard H.I I I fight in Mississippi and elswhere by becoming a her husband at the annual convention from rights.'
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r Committee Okays M r. ditk Resumes Post Negro Jesuit, t BUY HERE PAY HERE DEAL

Funds Cut Off Bill GradnttsAvHst = FL 9-1549
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WASHINGTON (ANP) ,18 t, Joins Drive I Immediate Delivery ,a 3556 OLD ST. AUWSTMC It
The House Education and ,
Labor committee last OXFORD' Miss. (ANP) .. ; MINNEAPOLIS (ANP) S No Interest No Carrying Charge 1I I 131i.n.d.e6 .
Meredith, the first
week voted 27 to 1 to James
The first AmericanbornNegro

4 i would approve cut legislation off federal that Negro University to: joroll of Mississippiis in the Jesuit to priett be ordained is serving -a I!Spence Auto Sales! DRAPERIES DRAPERY ROLS

aid to segregated slated to graduateAug. '. this summer as a O VERTICAL BLINDS AND
'Ii \ 4th & MAIN STREET
schools and libraries 18, thus becomingthe I .
under five existing pro- first of his race to member priests of conducting a team of a I I4 I OPEN SUNDAY S VENETIAN I RI I HIS I :

; be awarded a degree from
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grans. drive for the Jesuit 335Z
The only dissenting the 115-year-old uni- Foreign !Mission Service.He .
r N vote was cast by Rep. versity. Iy T is Father Theodore, r:1r:3 r::! r

Sam Gibbons, Florida Meredith, who is sched- '11 // Cummingham. 35. nativeof < ,
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uled to receive a bache- / .- ,. La;! a..31.= r.I 2I
Democrat.The '
lor's degree in political BRIGADIER GENERAL RichardL. Omaha, Nebraska, who "" ""''''''''"'''''''' '''+
bill was not part Jones former ambassador conducted his first mass
science, said he had
l of President Kennedy's to the Republic of on June 16, at St. Tecelia's -
civil rights p'ackage. every intention of Liberia, who has returned Cathedral in H"'CO <
In fact, it would con- picking up his diploma in .I1
to South Center the Nebraska metropolis. luY4
flict with; a section of person. Department store 417 A graduate of Creighton I ON
the main rights bill It was rumored that Fast 47th university. Fr. Cunningham eeg
Street as assistant -
that would give the Pre- Meredith attend would notactually the to the president. studied at St. Louis l r i:;} :
sident optional authority -
General Jones was pre- University and spent two .
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graduation ceremonies.The
to continue or cutoff 250-man detachment, viously associated with years as a noviate at ; SCHOOL SUPPLIES

,federal assistance South Center for over Florissant, Mo. where "
programs where segrega- last of more than 23,000 20 years. he studied spiritual '}:)t.:.::::.,!::. ...;.,.:..,...:' ,.. ...._...... :" :.:.... .... ........., _. .. ..... .. ...
tion Is soldiers sent here last
practices.Rep.
values, the
Adam Clayton Powell fall to quell the rioting Bias rules of the prayer Jesuit or- Our Everyday Prices Are Discount Prices Yea Can Buy More And Spend Less At KRESS
Jr. (D. ,N. Y. ) is erupted when Meredith enrolled HovsiMg
der and in
spent a year .
chairman of the commit. ,at the university, Scholastic_ Bargain Pack : '
IM To Spread; the classical studyof :. :',:, i ,
tee. left the campus last Latin and Greek. At St. Wrap-A-Round
The bill, sponsored by week. Meanwhile Meredithhas .4Theme I .,' t._ :{
Wewtr SaysWASHINGTON Louis U. he took two Paper :
Rep. Thomas P. Gill (D. been attending .. I \ 4 Filled RingBinder
years of philosophy. : #.iif 1
Hawaii) would requirethe classes under the watch- (ANP) ,<-. t-:,."...
U.S. Education Com- ful eyes of federal Robert C. Weaver, ad- Gibbs1 Registration > .'.M':*";"<>:' :!1,''<.'.'' .'
missioner to stop aid to i marshals. ministrator of the : 57c 1 % r.. .:} : ': ..
August 28 30 : k .
states, communities and I that had not begun to Housing and Home Finance YI-'ij..1 "
ST. PETERSBURG Gibbs .T : ; !., :
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local school districts> .desegregate by June 30, agency, believes the BIG VALUE! : : 1'
Junior College will begin 88cill'
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", ''' its seventh year of 1 and 5 lol.s ...JJO.he.tt ;
; :. ;:/y%1':.' In addition, the mea- racial bias in federally operation August 28, QE aF J ...,.l _..-.._300.H.."
would cover assis- aided housing inevitably 1
r"} : .' <,w.: tance sure under the National will be extended to according to an announcement Full semester's supplyof n \ I Cover folds under-flat -
from the Col- standard size i for space saving. 2 or 3
Defense Education Act. other housing. high
lege's Admissions Office count filler paper with rings. Complete with loose j
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GARDEN'S
MAGNOLIA FIRST DRUG STOREilMer with waterproof ruling.
Dean announces that the Kress' own brand for EEL 1

College's registratioand guaranteed value.

1 Von'sPharmacy ) orientation period 1 1 j j

will be held Wednesday j
through Friday August j
: 28-30. Classes will begin J

on Tuesday, September I
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ALLEN BANNISTERAllen registration or change
of has been < 3I i
program set
2135 West Avenue
has been driving Edgewood i
for Tuesday September
1. his New Deal Cab for
more vears than he cares Let Us Fill Your Next PrescriptionWe 17. I
a' Estimated for
to remember. in fact, expenses Oversize Rings Extra Capacity 0 .
Pick Up & Deliver Free the fall semester will .
1 he and New Deal startedat i6
not exceed $140, accord- Blue Canvas Filled Binder
the same time back Wile Asswtawt Of Patent Medicines
1 ing to Dean Keene.Pinellas -
in the 1930' and both Cosmetics Sundries ConfectioneryPLEASE County students are Popular blue canvas. doL ciyjp.9s"
have built lot of S Big Handy Hold-All School Bags
t up a to pay $93 which includes loose leaf ring binder. P@ ,
; mileage since then. Dial PO 5-4485 PO 51582I. matriculation and Complete with organizer -
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I ter whose talents have -- front cover for fastening carrier,leather-like plastic, secure j
carried her into national important papers. buckle closings, metal corners.

prominence in

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R, ml J j' V FLORIDA STAR t SMUHDM AU6UST II, 13B3/
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V- : :;J.00u( .Expected For AME Confab
Anniversary: Slated Hotter Midway I

:; 0' ; TWO MINUTES F Bishop William Franklin Ball, Prelate of the
: .c 'Eleventh Episcopal District African Methodist
AME
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Church
\ :-Jrii < 111111 tHE BIBLE Church is giving tone ,and expression to the frame-

work of the State Trustee rites will be
<= ... L SIUI .... Tri-Institute and Youth Congress
..... __ IOC 1T observed
Sunday at
--.-' ;?:} ;,,-< els6et0 ... Wgesk that will convene on the campuses of Edward Waters Mother Midway AME Church

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".,:,':.:':" Pev J.W. Jones, pastor,
Auditorium
the Lee
at 7:30 o'clock. This will be
announced. All trustees
THE WORK OF TILE LORD the first meeting of this magnitude that the P elate -
missionaries, choirs and
has held since being assigned to the Eleventh
There is much work to mnnoveable. ALWAYS A- usher boards will be at

be done in the service BOUNDING IN THE WORK Episcopal District, which embraces Nassau Bahamas their posts of duty

of God but all are nqt OF THE LORD." Island to give guidance and directives to the throughout the day Rev.

eligible to work for But God would also 'cream jug' district of the AME Church. Jones stated.

Him. Before He can: use have His people to be for the first time in tee chairmen are working The anniversary program -

u's we must 1 earn that "FRUITFUL IN EVERY the history of this his- like bees putting the the 98th of the

we need Him. This is GOOD WORK" (Col. 1:10) toric area, most of the finishing touch in every church and the third for

why Eph. 2:8-10 declares and so He bids us"every facets of th3 Africsn way. incidental to the its pastor, was a great

that salvationis man" to "test his own Methodist Episcopal comfort and enjoyment of success. Therefore, we
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'HOT OF WORKS bu work" (Gal. 6:4) fore- Church will rotate on a the expected attendanceof take this media to thank

"UNTO QOOD WORKS. warning us that one day daily schedule, beginning upward of 3,000 youth the many churches, pastors -

salvation was wroughtby He will "try every Monday August 12. 8:00 young adult and adult congregations and

Christ al cne, at man's work, of what a.m. Preregistrationwill delegates, presiding elders others for their woeder-

Calvary and we must sort it is,' whether begin for state of- pastor and interests ful cooperation throughout -

accept it as the gift gold, silver and ficials presiding elders d friends who the observance. Pev

of His love Rom.6:23says precious stones" or pastors and dele- will attend the insti- J. W. Jones, pastor.
gates of each department. tute.
A : The gift of God "wood, hay and stub-
Saturday August 10 at General
BISHOP W. F BALL prelate of the 11th Episcopal District of the AMF and we should all accept ble" (I Cor. 3:12,13). Assembly ser- I

J Church, will deliver the 11 a.m anniversary sermon Sunday at the this gift by In that day God's work- 8:00 a.m vices will be held each
Dr. Charles v. Toston. day from 11 a.m. tc 12
New st. Stephen AMF. Church which is celebrating its second year of faith and say with St. ers will either 're-

spiritual service to the community. Rev. J.S. Johnson.pastor. At 3 p.m. with St. Paul: "Thanks ceive a reward'or"suffer says the various commit- noon.

Pev R.H. Wilson pastor of Bethel Institutional Baptist Church. the be unto God for His loss" (Vers. f -- --

congregation and choir will highlight services. Pev. A.J. Hughes, pas-
unspeakable gift"II 14. 15). OUR GREATESTIr y
tor of St. John Baptist Church the congregation and choir will feature then to
( Cor. 9:15). How: important, ,
evening worship. The nightly anniversary services began Aug. 8th .with
God wants us to work obey the exhortation: CHILDREN SHOE _
Rev. C.A. Weaver pastor choirs and congregation of Day Spring Baptist .
!
for Himnot to gain "Study to show thyself
Church opening the observance. Friday night's service were supervised
I j His favor, but out of .approved unto God A
j I by Pev. S.L. Badger pastor congregation and choir of Emanuel Baptist uV.V : 1ANOTHER
gratitude. Thus only WORKMAN THAT NEEDETH
Church. The public is invited to Sunday's services.
V after we have accepted NOT TO BE ASHAMED, :: ::: .

t Tips For The H Homemaker salvation as His giftto rightly dividing the VETERAN

TIP your hat, straw hat that is, and combine it with daisies and an Oasis Foam us can He use us in Word of truth" (II
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Flower Holder to make this charming decoration for porch or _picnic table._ His service--and then Tin. 2:15), Thank God NEW DEAL DRIVER=

He will give us plentyto Tie is more than willingto
St
I, Mrs. Montez Harris, Stephens do.Tit. help us in this, for JAMES A. ARMSTRONG

1 Lunsford's Host AME AmriversMryCtlebration 3:8 says that 'God is able' to make Here' a New Deal driver
>{
Religious Leader, THOSE WHO HAVE BELIEVED all grace abound toward who needs no introduc-

Died August 6th t Riveria ClubMr. Set SHOULD BE CARE- you; that ye, always tion..James Armstrong.

The Second Celebra- FUL TO MAINTAIN GOOD having all sufficiencyin James has been with the
Word has been receivedof and Mrs. Edgar
tion of New Stephens WORKS' and I Cor. all things may a- GIRLS SCHOOL OXFORD! company since it began
the death of Mrs. Lunsford were hosts to
Montez Harris prominent the recent meeting of which began Monday 15:28 says that they bound to every good Sizes 8% to 3 in the 1930' s and has

Florida Citizen who the Riveria Club with nignt, August 5, 1963 should be "stedfast; work" (II (b r.9:8). built up a reputationfor
at 7:30 p.m. All captains dependability and
passed at her home 417E. Mrs. Julia Prater president -
in the rally are friendship that is hard
2nd Street San ford, presiding during Beulah Completes Choir Honors
urged to be present to equal.Mr. .
Florida, on Tuesday the business session.
with those who are Armstrong and Ar-
August 6. A bountiful repast was Youth Day ProgramSunday BIACKf s
working on the pro- Miss JenkinsMISS cenie, his wife, own
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served
Her daughters. Mrs. and the social "
gram every evening at will emphasizethe AND "" their home at 1744 W.
Thelma Livingston of interlude was enjoyedby.
7:30 accent on youth when 16th St. They are
Jacksonville and Mrs. all those present. p.m. BROWN
On Monday night, Mrs.J. Beulah Baptist Church parents to 3 grown sons I"
of The next regular meet-
Bernice Beverly, Orlando -
V. Crockett will celebrates Youth Day witha and proudly boast about
were at her bed- ing will be held tues- ,

side. day night, Aug. 13 in hold a community wide planned daylong events series, Miss of :$ a) 77 $ c ooL their 10 grandchildren,
for her '
Funeral services were the home of Mrs. Mary program group. 6 boys and 4 girls.

Friday. August 9, in Milton. 1657 W. 28th St. *Ibe following ministers chairman Barbara Cooper announced.general 2 for James says that his

Sanford with their choirs and biggest Interest in 1
Events will 6egin with
if congregations will serve life 1 s his grandchildren -
Sunday School at 9:45 a.m $ 77
beginning Tuesday with $7OcOthers and lth 10
with guests achers including -
Rev. S. L. Badger E- iJ of them you can see whY.
Miss Rose.J.,, wil-' At 2 for( ,
; manuel Baptist Church;. :. The Armstrongs attend
*'Sliamss< Miss'Novella.Wi1.liams .-
fOCASHRFULLS1H Wednesday: Rev. W. C. MANY, 'o'THER'STYLES the Second Baptist
Miss Sylvia Jean-
Flanagan. Central C.M.E. Church.
ings, Miss Joyce Nixon, FOR ALL THE
Church; Thursday: Rev.C. Ask for Cab 127 Day and j

STAMP BOOKS A. Weaver, Day Spring Miss Miss Carolyn Sylvia Mack.Brown and FAMILY SHOE NEEDSAT James Armstrong the

Baptist Church; Friday: next time you dial El
CASH FOR CHURCH GROUPS Miss Minnie Thompson SCHOOL TIME
Rev. C. Tosten, New 41611. If you'd like
will be main speaker
7650250You Bethel A.M.E. Church. Q.S. JENKINSAn to know what cabs were
during the 11 o 'clock
11 like in the old days,
,
On Sunday August
service which will be dinner
tat appreciation AT THE TAXI STAND
11:00 a. m. th e was Mr. Armstrong can tell
with programmed given Miss Pueen.
supplemented -
Don't Have to Go to Town to Get
will BAY AND MAINS
Anniversary Sermon activities. Esther Jenkins Friday you.

be delivered by BishopW. Evening service beginning -..Aug. 2 in. the home of Serving lax Bm iur. I. waclt. .i" kill 1 \
LOW PRICESOn F. Ball Presiding hour show Sunday m",,,i,,est
at 6:30: o'clock will j Deacon and Mrs. K.P. ,
9 30 0. Chinntl 4, u.
Over 79 Years
Bishop of the Eleventh V .
feature Miss Rebecca Williams 1771 Broadway turint K n Knifht

Episcopal District. At Grooms as guest speaker. Ave. under the auspices R On The Same Corner]

YourDRUG 3:00 p.m. Rev. R. H. Special guests will be of Choir 1 and the NEW DEALCAB

Wilson Bethel Baptist the Progressive Young Gospel Chorus of West shoe store

STORE NEEDSTrade Institutional Church Mens' Club and the Pro- Friendship Baptist COMPANY

With Your Neighborhood Drug storeWE and congregation will gressive Young womens' .Church

WILL MEET ANY PRICES ADV. IN YOUR LOCAL PAPERS. have charge. .Club HIS Ki"ts U. f>i,11L 4.1611

We Deliver-ITe Also Pill All Doctors'Prescriptions a W'U '
Program Planned


Dixie Pharmacy Sunday By

St. Paul Board 3btaLittg1un iig1th'WATERFRONT

1302 Kings Read at Myrtle Arena Stewardess Board 1 of

Plum EL 5-5597-93 .st.. Paul A.M. E. Church'
will observe its anniversary -
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PAY Y6UR ..
LIGHT. WATER ANi TELEPHONE
18 at 3 p.m. in the # -

BILLS AT m STORE auditorium of the
5
church.

The Program is as fol

lows: 'V : ,

Devotions: Mrs. Cecelia : --

Thomas and Mrs. Ida V .

JtV.: I Dixon; introduction of i Vay
mistress of ceremonies, .5. wa -x -

Mrs. Alice McMillen; V V;

mistress of ceremonies e
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Mrs. Thelma Mitchell;

t welcome address, Neil

J Allen Williams;response

!.< Mrs. Wilhelmina D. Tow-
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) son; solo Mrs. Willie

t>. : Fort; reading Richie
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f lee Dunham; instrumental

solo Miss Margaret _

Frances Dorsey.MEMORIAL .

'" SERVICES:
:
Greetings: Mrs. Senia .
..- : Wright; introduction of : '-;'!. ': <. ;.'.; .::r;:4 '_

officers, memberra; HERE IS A TOTALLY NEW CONCEPT in hoae boilding. Biz beautiful THERE ARE 2. 3 AND 4 KSGOOU hoaes with Bach luxury features as:

and aodel hoaes are presented here as a means to a new way of life Terrazzo floors downstairs and hardwood floors upstairs. Large
Stewardess Board 1
+f various presidents, Mrs. for you. Though linked together for a close coaannity relationship living room dining rooa and kitchen facilities are profited ia
and floor all Bodels. Colorful bath fixtures aDd ceramic tile of your
Carrie Davis; Joe Walden these hoses are designed ia different styling*
choice--also Panic vanities. Built-in electric oven a4 range
"and John P. Dunham Sr. plans to assure owners more individuality.
complete heating units in each hose, fenced backyard a4 tally
Remarks: Mrs. Mary T.
NEW. AND BEAUTIFUL. Washington Heights is located amidst a lovely landscaped front yards.
Singleton president;.
tree-shaded section of the Ribanlt Eiver. This home location
program chairman Mrs
KEN KNIGHT
provides all the health-giving benefits that Bother nature of f ers DIRECTIONS:
vice
Corrine
Bogans in thes RIDE JACKSONVILLE COACH NO. 36B Ns Cash IINH
To Listen To- president; Rev. R.J. snrroeadiags.HAVE
You
Invites TO THE FRONT DOOR OP TOUR
Blaine, host pastor.The WE A COMMUNITY SlIMMING POOL
N EW HOME IN WASHINGTON RIOHTS For Dora ..&AI
"KNIGHT TRAIN"Starting public is invited. AND HiNATURE LEAGUE AND SOFTBALL DIAMOND -1---


7QO Fires that Advertise Sales Office 4523 Ksicrief fi Rd. [West) $ iO I'm: S A 65 Per week And. Ne Cksitf Cut
At : PJTL Nightty- In The Negro Press 56 1 incl taxes

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r On The Scouting Trail Now UnderwayThe For Conference I\. '.,'... ; .t.,.'. .,!

I t The Guardian of Scouting Award was presented to does not represent toe. bole; in the ;;roan because regular softball TALLAHASSEE Announce
season ended Thurcday, ment of the 9th annual .
; Wilmoth H. Baker Jr., by theExecutive Board of received awards- for having
the troop has alwiy. August 1, with the Leadership Conference for
.f e. W*
I the Suwannee River Area Council: of the Boy Scouts the best spirit of mil :the troops in the city. We Panthers finishing in Florida comes from the j

of America. The award was given to Mr. Baker In hope that Leroy .tUH.. ***, scout. master, will in- first place.The Panthers office of Dr. Gilbert
",&" posted an amazing 11-3 Porter. Executive Secretary 1 1I
t recognition of service and financial support to vestigate this .ruioJr'iihlch, we .hope is false. record. Second place of Florida State

f the program of scouting. The presentation was '. honors went to T. and T. Teachers Association to

'I'f ... -.1- :. Gulf Quick Service sta- be held at BethuneCookman -
I made by Eagle Scout Eugene Campbell, who holds 0 -' b0:> 0-0-0'-
<. > tion. On Monday August College August 16-17.
the God and Country award from the church. *' Theme for the conferenceis
... 5, a single elimination
Church calendar for the* week is as follows: Mt. Zion troop, progressing well. The 'troop tournament got underway: : "Educational Change r "

8 a.m.-The Holy Enchairst and Sermonette >> basement of.the wi|h the first game being A Professional Responsi-
meets on '1'hur.'r. tfc:7p.. ; a. in the, bility" An Array of
-* played between the
-
I 10 a.m.-Family Worship .y .' nationally recognized
church. ;.. T. and T. Service Sta-
Teaching, Sermon and Church School tion and The Leglonalre. educational authoritiesare
... being featured at the
Monday 7 T. and T. Gulf Quick
a.m.-Vestry meeting. -0-0' OrO-o-o- conference Including: Dr.
Service Station won bya
Karl H. Burns Associated
score of 13-7. Tuesday
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Executive Secretary, NEA 4
I ? Scouts seeking.. badges.. should obtain a book from night, the mighty Pan-
.. National Commission on 3
I -. ; thers went down to de-
the scout headcfoarterfc entitled "Boy Scout Re.quirements. Teacher Educational
I feat at the hands of the
O!
Mahlon and Mich'a Rhane, sons of Dr. and ." To obtain any of the merit badges blazing Hornets. Things Standards also of
Washington.
Mrs. w. A. Campbell, presented a Guardian scouter a scout must preatBit satisfactory. evidence to a looked real good for
.. Hendrix Chandler, pro-
award to Wilworth H., Baker, Jr., on Sunday at merit badge counselor" *that he has met the re- the Hornets. gram Development Officerof CLASS OFFICERS---Shown here are officers of the

f the St.. Michael's Church. An Eagle Scout and ,quirements for each of-, the, merit badges,/ claimed.He .' Union SponsorsThe Florida State Board summer graduating class of Florida A. and M.
"' Thomas D.
of Control
: holder of several sixth anniversaryobservance University. They are Capers Bradham (left), presi-
scouting awards Campbell'sspeech must able to taster all of the question and Bailey State Supt. of
of the United dent, Jacksonville; Erma Swilley, secretary.Marianna ,
ft I showed eloquence and training in the art under Education and other FSTA
I perform as many of the projects as required Quartet Union was held ; Sandra Wilson, assistant secretary,

of speech making. His brother Wil burn, now attending the respective merit badges.A on Sunday at 2 p.m. in officers and members Tampa; and David Payne vice-president Clear-
will be the speakers -
among
.Morehouse, College in Atlanta was present list of the aeri badge counselors may be.ob- the Griffin Junior High and consultants ai water.

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.: for.the,ceremony., a tamed from the Advancement chairman. In most 'Part1 the ticipating in the con-
t ,.' ,. ;. ; ipating on ference. ,
\- cases, counselors"fcavf 'been selected from a list program were the Mission Porter stated that upwards J.- >( Social Whirl )(.
Philadelphia !
i Gospel Singers
000000Charles 7 of the teachers in the public schools. Merit Gospel Singers of 300 attendanceis ..,..,,.......',,,1,,, '" '" ,, 1111161 111"116 II'"

badges are divided into groups; namely: citizen- Silver Holy expected from local,
Stars
!I district, state FSTA officers Mr. and Mrs. Wilbert Williams are the justly
I Jewel of Albuquersque. New Mexico bids ship, public service,.cdocr ft, aquatic, outdoor Echoes, Faithful Five
of wart Wil-
Co
and members. Highon proud parents a baby boy Angelo

farewell to all the scuts in the area, while in'I sports, nature, conservation, personal 'develop- Harmony Four, Zion the priority list of liams, born Monday July 29th at 10:30 a.m. ,

' the city, he spoke to several units on Indian ment, annual husbandry, plant cultivation, com- "and Humming Birds Harooners sing- subjects under discussion weighing six pounds and fifteen ounces. Church
r special guest will be the FSTA Improve- prayers were that they will live to see their son
'I lore and his work with various tribes. munication .
' transportation and building.A ers. ment Program. Cecil W. reach full fuction--in favor with God and fellow-
Officers of the union
scout should always keep in mind that he should Boston of Orlando is men--Alter boy--1973; and Priest of God--1993.
'.., include B. H. Turner,
000000Reports select merit bsdges..liam. : certain groups in orderto president: Moses Barnes, president and Petersburg alvie Ben-is .
ton of St.
qualify for star. life or eagle because some secretary and Morris president-elect of FSTA.
I Ward, treasurer. The Dramatic Club is giving their Initial performance -
are that troop 160 is inactive during badges are require* while others are optional.
of Cinderella Monday, August 12, at the

a the summer. The reasons are unknown but this : Kappa ball Attendees Dade Street Recreation Center.

rf This activity is being directed by Anthony Thurs-

J I| Bias Dropped Q ton an English Instructor at Lincoln Senior High

ewarEi1I; School and Miss Virginia Landers, a student at

hi' Jackson Miss. ,!ate ; Florida Department.This A&M. University in the Speech and Drama


JACKSON. Miss. -- In TALLAHASSEE And Its Vicinity ,' affair will be open to the public.
(ANP) -- As a result ofa
team'sprobigg .
Civil Service GETHSEMANE MISS. BAPT. the letter (K) and all
.!a s!L.a on_ t h, .a say Amen at end The Arabian Temple of the Dramatic (Orter Knights
toe ,taU ;
list of government agen- Order of service of the prayers. ', :,:,.....,.,.:,.-'\. of Omar will meet-on Tuesday evening at 8 >.m.< in
cies have dropped racial church is as follows: Crucifer for Sunday t. the Lodge building on Macoab Street.

, barriers and hired rshipll j
Morning w; a.m. ; services are Reginald
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several Negroes in Sunday School, 10 a.II. ; Montgomery seryea
in The Third Annual City Wide Talent mad PaeldOfl
I clerical positions Evening worship, 7 Mahlon and pa. zyd
p.m. Michael
Jackson. Show was held recently at the Dade Street CoMMnlty
downtown The church that says Rhaney, ushers-vestry '
Center.
Officials of the Federal
p.it. feel and act as you men, J ton Norwood and
Crop Insurance Corporation would at home. Visitorsare Wilmoth H. Baker*:Jr."' TALLAHASSEE BOYS WANTEi
If. of the U.S. Department -
always welcome. Communion: services,:were
I, of Agriculture con- b-o-o-c- observed at the 8 a,.a. You Earn Cash Selling The FLORIDA STAR
firmed last week that a .
sr. MICHAEL'S EPISCOPAL service. ; Sc' ok Aas
Negro woman has been Flowers for tie altar Apply 2017 Owen or phone 222-3625

hired as a temporaryfile Pastor of the churchis were given by Mr. and i
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in 'its. office
clerk
of the Vicar David H. Mrs. Eddie L. Thomason ANNUAL EVENT Enjoying the recent Kappa Ball held recently on the campus

{\4 here. Employment BrooksD.D. office their wedding tnnl- of Fla. A&M campus were, from left: Mr. and Mrs. J.L. Bruton Mr. and Mrs.

woman was the building first in hours are 8 a.m.-12 noon versary. The 7th vWlilfr Leroy Davis, Mr. and Mrs. 0. Mack and Mr. and Mrs. Leroy Woodson. The Big i Three On WRFB
Jackson in a
shared by Federal and Monday, Tuesday, Wednesday of the church bulletin' (Photo by Beasley)
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entitled ..
and
lease holders. Thursday, by ape
private Michael it e" was' dttli- .
Officials of Internal pointment. anniversary ". KP's Lodge To Meet
I i Revenue Service. Veterans Visitors are alwayswelcome. cated to the Supreme

Administration and Social The congregation observance: .

"I' Security also confirmedthey stand to praise at Tuesday-Transfiguration. The Supreme Lodge of berry, master ot arms. Temple F. Morris regis-

J have placed m duty the letter (S); sit to 7 a.m.-Holy EucharUt the Knights of Pythias Additional organizationsin trar of deeds. Mrs. Annie

I. Negro clerical workers listen at the lettersL Fri-Day of AbitireeSat5 Jurisdiction of North" the city and personso C. Baldwin recorder;

,1 t for the first time. ( ); kneel to pray at p.m.-Acolyte .' America South America contact are: Omega Mrs. Amanda Ford, receiver -
Rehears Asia Africa and Aus- Psi Phi, Dr. M.C. williams of deposits Mrs. 1-4-1-0
.. tts os-a.a.w. a- .r '
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I-- -- 7 p.m.-Qnfessions and tralia will meet in Hot ; Owls Club Wilbur Hattie McPherson senior

Absolution Springs Arkansas beginning -''. Can; Petunia Garden directoress Mrs. Lizzie On Your

Sun-Ninth Sunday after August 18 at Club Mrs. Carrie Ross; MdU 11 an. Juvenile Matron

Trinity ':*<* Cottrell Chapel Church, Phi Beta Sigma Dr. Lee- and Mrs. Gladys Reid, reporter I

I 8 La.-Pamil,. worship, East Grand Avenue and dell Neyland; Practical RadioL

1 teaching aeraon' Gulpha Street and con- Nurses. Mrs. M. Holi- ROTC Commandei. I 1 I

and church seal:' tinue in session until field: Pride of Tallahassee. Tallahassee,
1I Worship "' order Colanthe, Mrs. A. Receives Citation
1I Eater to ; the business of the Fla. I
Depart ; to Serve.*' has 'been completed. Toliver; Recreational Advisory TALLAHASSEE -- The t

Communications., be. Attending from Tallahassee Council, E.F. Nor- National ROTC Band As-
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1I mailed to the .church, will be Mrs. Mamie wood: Saturday Evening sociation cited Lt. Col. KUZZIN'S GOSPELAIRES

1rams at 1405 Melvin Stree Strong Grand worth Bridge Club Mrs. A.C. Albert J. Parker, pro-
-----a.a-mtsa.tt.----- : Jurisdiction Sigma Gamma Rho.
.. Counselor of the Briggs; f essor of military

of Florida and Mrs. Lucille Holiday; science at Florida A&l KUZZIN'S JAZZARAMA

r---------------------- I '. Worthy Counselor of Leon Sneed Franklin Post The University, for his out

I KUZZIN'S MUSIC BOX i. ,Court 14, Mrs. Temple American Legion Solomon standing contribution tithe

I:. >Ford Morris Register of KcCray. Tallahassee Business organization and him KUZZIN'S KABARET

; YOUR RECORD HEADQUARTERS Deeds and Mrs. Verdell League Jonny Herndon country i

327 North Macomb Street I '. Mr. Efferscn, all meobera: .- Civic League Dr. R. -

'I of the Leon Court of 'L. Anderson. Cotillion

'1 GOSPEL BLUES POP JAZZ. ..., I Calontbe Also attending Society. Mrs. Inez Jones MADAM TINA, PALMIST

I F* will be Dr. H.M. Effer- Helping Hand Community

,I 45s LP$ son Grand Exchequer of Club--Mrs. Letitia Byrd Phoi 2246032GUARANTEES

I Join KUZZIN'S FAN CLUB! l : the Grand Lodge Knights the Vriqnes. Mrs. A. to read your ENTIRE LIFE -past, present ad f tw..
of Pythias and other Dr. H.M. F.fferson
Dial 2244816 Wynn She asks no questions, but WILL TELL you what yon wt to ka.w,
I | die natartiea of the University Community ... family
dates and facts of ousiness, love, health
-aa a*---aa mwi mat-ett taw awCAU firing
-an awi mm mm--emi am order from the Big Bend Council Valentine 1543.
affairs. Tells you whom you will MARRY and _.. If the _e

It 1 US WHIM YOU WANT THE MOST FOR YOUR MfllBMO DOUM .... '. -.: Area.New Offices of Alex H. Oscar rden L. James Club. ZinniaGa Mrs. yon love Is true, and what to do to be sttcceaafil. Will Mite
the separated, locate absent friends and relative, ca... appiness -
I Hector hiIHrs( 1- laVMrOKat HM t Walden Lodge Number 56 Florence Paraaore. Zinnia between MAN and WIFE. Make m lover's Qtarrei*. Tells.
of the Roberta i
Knights of Pythiasare Garden Circle. Mrs.
k If sickness or bad luck is natural e (ld_. evil. fail.....a 4
I' We will personally show you how as follows: Alex H. Pichar!s. Ella 1'. ,
bad luck. Does not tell you to pfease you. BUT will tell the troth. oa- visit
comfort. 2.To .od.nWT. and frMMlifWV B '. Walton re-elected Chancellor Daniels. Eastern, Star, ST
-- 1. T Incra Yaw Swing i S will for disappointment in all others. I mot only read yow lifelike
I comfort.3.To eroloct pout invmtaMnt (.) tarry ,....r.OfTM pwtrtQ frf Commander; H. Martin Danglers of Isis. Ashved repay you
repair bit)*.4. Propc..pkp UCTOM tiw*..!*.of your.......,.fL MMnt vice-chancellor; N. Court 134. Leon Court of a open book, but I also help you out of your troubles. Makes sad
.llla IUILDEU will"'p jro>'pion yo<*oddiHo or nm I 4tag to amyl" yMrjpiw*P *
divine eater.
-.ell.. \."' ." Richardson, prelate; Fd- Colanthe 14.
die L. Jones. Master of Mrs. Mamie Strong Grand OdCE A D SEE why you are so unhappy, why everything sees to go WI'O'". Wfcy W'

finances of the sad ai-d downhearted, sick and worried when you can be helped and everythingmade
H. Norton Worth Counselor
WHEN YOU WANT* QvoBty w k*Mu jp .t ...nso.i I MO DOWN ,...Y"IIItIoatf"l ; master
i SEE U5 Added penonoI ,aatlm.c. .oa -.M I! WTOSVUM,./1kT of words; J. Johnson Florida Court of mthe clear by consulting THIS GIFTED ADVISER.
(.,,e g Movty 1 1N I' welcome. NO MAIL ANSWERED. I make no house to house calls. She willprove
EV.NlYQNE
priceI ... .... ..... keeper of record and was re-elect' heaa of
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and
p sacred
-- ----- I -o seals; A. Perry master the Leon Cut unit of that you can obtain your desires. Everything
BUILDERS MO Madar Tina is licensed by the State and County. Located peroaaeatly in her
call HESTER I sda_ of exchequer; C. Smith organization. Inspector I
a..w.etlel! or Commercial I I{ -=H.. Inner guard; N. Collins Mrs. Sarah Ye,.. and Mrs. own home for many; ;years at 2902 S. Monroe St. in Tallahaaaee, Pla. Op**

MWI CONffftUCnONM4 546Vi W. Ireverdi Street I j outer guard: and E. Rans- Lizzie McMillan. Mrs. daily from 7 ..... to 9 p.m. and Sundays from 1 p.m. to 9 p.m.

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SATURDAY AUGUST 11, 1383

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In FreakishAuto t l Survives AmtashSEOUL.

Korea (ANP) -

WreckMIAMI -------I t A Negro soldier Pfc.
William L. Foster. 26,
1 r. s.y II _
.' TWo Miamians : f[ of Baltimore although
met their deaths in what wounded in the chest

might be termed a freak A hip abdomen and hand
auto accident which occurred -- I r y was the only survivor of

at N.W. 54th an ambush by North Korean

0. Street and 30th Ave. aS (Communist) raiders of a

last Saturday afternoon. jeep carrying three

Victims of the fatal: American military guardsto

mishap were Mrs. Homer w the North-South Korean

Lee Moore of I860 N.W. demilitarized zone.
74th St. and Steve Mc- Two of Foster's com-

r wf- Neil 57, of 2239 N.W. panions the jeep were

1 1I 61st street. killed as the raiders
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The couple was ridingin opened fire OB the three

a pick-up truck which American soldiers when

J : was struck in the rear the jeep crossed Freedom
sIT : by another vehicle which Bridge on the Zula Road.
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was traveling eastbound The driver was blastedout

on 54th St. at 30th Ave. of the jeep and shot
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x The pick-up truck overturned -
jE pinning Mrs. T1 .. 7:, bullets.In .
J -- ; Moore under it. But as ., addition to being
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by-standers attempted to A seriously wounded. Foster -
free the victim the was almost blown up

J truck burst into flames, 1_.. AIIf'u-. w- ,, .. L_ :-f::- by a mine field. The jeep
PBS mtttfrt..u nBH i immmnxm*.tmmim<+* WMIIM** *#mi mm -
q z which burned Mrs. Moore ii' IELAXING---A group of Jaxons who spent the week-end in the Magic City relaxing careened off a 10-foot

severely causing her and enjoying the wholesome atmosphere that prevails here is seen above. Seated mebankment into a ditch,

death. are Altamese Wright and Shirley Stevens and standing, are Connie Clark Eugene barely missing the minefield

The accident which occurred Clark, J. M. Pollard and Roberta Lewis. .

at about 2:10 p.m ;S3e4a".". r .
WINNER---Dr. Nathaniel Colston, chairman of the board of Franklin Federal also claimed the life : YHCA Co-ids ..;:':' i: ; ':\ '
Savings and Loan Assn. presents check for of McNeil who died at ; .
. a $50 to Miss Helen Hart who won ::: : f : :
the institution's good will contest as Charles D. Prather, executive vice 5 p.m. in Jackson Memorial Sponsors Hop si ; :

president looks on.The personable Miamian also won an all-expense paid trip to Hospital from ,. .

I Nassau via Pan-Am jet plane and will be a four-day guest of the British multiple injuries sus- The YWCA Co-ed Club : -. --
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Colonial Hotel, one of the island's swankiest vacation spots. tained in the crash. will hold its next social Nz a

affair Saturday
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Rap. Charged Jax Couple Celebrates Anniversary In Miami When it sponsors its .

Dip Hot at Manor Park t

i To Ex-Colviet 1$ P for service men and iEr

people in the
young
MIAMI---Charges of rape
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.wAlm Miami and Homesteadarea.
of a 67-year-old woman .
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levied y
were Monday a- T >o
The previous affair, a .
gainsf an exconvicthere.
. rt'A "Sock Hop" which was j
j l held last '
Police said the sus- proved to Saturday be night ..
I' an enjoyable -
pect, James Thomas 44,
of Miami, raped and evening for all who

''f U robbed the woman Saturday participated ? ., .. _- .
Miss Carolyn Holland, :41r -
and returned Sundayand _
:repeated the attack. :: YWCA program directorfor
North Dade who is _
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The woman is said to a y _
have suffered a possible currently on vacation E
announced that arrange- s
skull fracture as a result -
have been made
S ments
of the incidents. 'S
Reports state Thomaswas for the courtesy bus to

released from Rai- stop at Y-Center on Fri-

ford Prison in June day nights to pick up
after having served a FETED Mr. and Mrs. Ejekiel: Hawkins of 1122 W. 13th Street. Jacksonville. young ladies of the

term for assault with Florida recently celebrated their 25th anniversary ,in Miami at the Sir John' Hostess Club to be

intent to rape, police Hotel. Accompaning the couple were friends and relatives who are shown here carried to the Homestead -
said. From left are: Haywood Wall. Mrs. Margaret Joins, Mr and Mrs. Ejekiel Haw- base for dancingand

kins, Henry Joins and Mrs. Rose Williams. Mr. and Mrs. Joins are relativesfrom recreation. I
Find 3 Guilty
Philadelphia, Pa. Responsible for the

Of Marijuana While guests of the Sir John Hotel the couple was presented champagne serving I young people's activities ..I' 4.t.

by Percy Rolle. manager of the Sir John Loungs. including the operation .... SSj
MIAMI .- Three persons of a summer day 3 .". .,. ;>.. i
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were arrested and charged len HorneWith which cl csed Fri- '
Goulds Woes Kills Mote I camp A1- '. .
of lottery
with possession -Co
i day is a Planning Com-
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by Metro vice raiders Relurnlng PLAYTIME---This mixed group of youngsters don't seem too interested in any-
mittee of the YWCA
Steak Knife Goes Fr.
police reported. ; To AtlantaA I Co-ed Club which has thing else but the game they are playing at the YWCA Day Camp which was conducted S
by the Planning Committee of the YWCA Co-ed Club. Miss Catherine Toaton ;
at 2209 NW
Apprehended Goulds woman was free was stabbed to death by !| as its chairman, Robert
58th St. were Frnest In- in a matter of hours his common-law wife in Wilson. Other members of a recent graduate of Booker T. Washington High School, who serves as cap 'I

graham 42. and Carolyn after she fatally stab- their home last SUndll1'shortly the group are: Sharon director, looks on.
Bannister. 29. Similar bed her .
common-law mate after noon fol- Cliett Prater .
Marjorie -
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charges against vvelyn to death with steak lowing a family argu Helen Hope, Rickfort - -
Carter 30, were leviedas knife last
Sunday. ent.
'Hope, Rheresa Collins,
1 a result of another Police reported that Theresa Cayles told investigating Patricia Peterson, Bar- BEAVER ST. SEAFOODS
raid at 3058 NW 61st 41-year-old John Brownof officersthat '
nard Welters and Edwina -
Street. 10470 S. W. 149th St. Brown came home and Headquarter for the Finest and Freshest Seafood Available

":. , - started*teat Ing their Royster. 2677 W. BEAVER-WEST OF McDUFF AVE. EV 3-2633
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.v-. i two children and when FOR OUR FINE FRIENDS OUR CUSTOMERS AND OUR SEAFOOD EATERS Wi; AU
Miami Aids BUNGING IN THESE DELICIOUS AND NUTRITIOUS EXOTIC FISH FOODS FROM ALL
K K III News Fir Miimi i ix I she her intervened down. he When knocked he- OVER. DOLL HENRY" SAYS "YOU BUY 'EM AND HE'LL DRESS 'EM FRIE."

THURSDAY.FRIDAY AND SATURDAY SPECIALS
Miss.
started to go after the Neirees OPEN FRIDAY b SATURDAY FROM 7 A.M.'TIL 7 P.M.

I children again sne we ate lIi.i" ill IIJ Northeast jet Rua, FRESH HEADLESS MEDIUM
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x The Florida Star picked up a pearl- 4 A ton of clothing for hi Tin'".. frL.... Sat.DELICIOUS ....
I \ SHRIMP
needy Mississippi Negroes -
handled steak knife, ,-l.. S LIVE MAINE LI. iniLOBSTERS
about six inches long LBtAHOFNEATLANTA.; was on its way THE SIZE WILL AMAZE YOU

K Has Opened A Miami Branch and struck Brown once in recently from Miami. LARGE M. FRESH HEADLESS
Ga. Glamorous -
his left chest.A The shoes, shirts, PLEASE COME SHRIMP 79c
singing star Lena LB.
trousers, dresses and EARLY OR $12
police account states
rY1NC SIZE
K To Give Miami Better Service Horne, whose show busi- coats came mainly from CALL c.
that the victim staggered has embracedall IY SPECIAL REQUEST WI All PRNN.1NG IN
to the door, threw It ness career Miami Beach residentswho Sells STEAK FISH COOKED STONE

K W. Will Publish. Fr.. open where and he expired.fell outside It is from phases radio to of derision stardom volunteers donated them from to the 25 CUT T..t..Hh J.'t;: :... 5 gc CRAB CLAWS F ''l LB.t 79c

and motion pictures to e.
K Church News Club News reported that Theresa clubs and con- Congress of Racial fresh Claw CRAB MEAT Lb.S1.15
Cayles then went to a supper Equality.A.D. A REPEAT PEELED :,
K Social Events neighbor's house and certs, will appear in Moore CORE chair- .t,SHRIMP S "r $279.. fresh Whit CRAB MEAT .. .. .Ll $1.31 f Ii Ii5.ll
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-Fraternal New Atlanta. Georgia on Aug. said both white and '(
called the police. man, i
r Detective W. La Peters 20 at the City Auditorium Negro families in the DOLLAR SALE KING MACKEREL STEAKS ........Lk. 45c

Weddings and Pictures investigated the killingand for the first Miami area contributed nUN CAUCMT. fRESH WATER CAmSH . .....11 4Ic
the common-law wife time in the more than .the wearing apparel plus fRESH CAUGHT MUlLET ...4 Lhs. fRESH CAUGHT SPEC. IROU1..I.k. ;55c

k: Send Your News To was released after a 20 years of her fabulous' cash to rent the truck.COlfi4Htill SHRIMPBOAT WHITING ....4 Lhs. RED SNAPPER, G.a P8ISUa ..Ll 55c

r Mini FltrUi Stir hearing. career.liu' SAlT WATER BREAM ......4 Lhs. s1 fRESH SHUCKED OYSTERS .... .1St !Ie

-- -- SHEIPSHUD ... .........4 Lhs. KING CRAB CLAWS 1Zit Pit .. .1Ie

C 138 NW 3r! AVENUE i HAMPTON' .MIAMI.'.. ." ""* The in swingest the Night personality Beat I MAyPDRT IRESN CAUGHT BItJR: flSH ....albs. KING CRAB ClAWS C I.,ID r.N.Lh..C.Ivv..L.U.N.e.S1.1.

t HOUSE MOTEL' and VILLAS discovered last evening FRESH CAUGHT DRUM ....4 Lhs. UTTlf LOBSTER DAJfITIS ...!.11 S1.31
Mews Must reach the effke Saturday h.......
o--y
K ..-...p.11. *4 PI....II R..r.lu M..11 tie is Mildred Hargest PAM ASH . . .. .4 Lhs. ruESH CUT DREUID
I for publication the next week Ls.I--.......Cdee.............. "Big K" as she is MANY OTlfft VASIETIES TO CHOOSE /IONS ALL FLOUNDER 3 lPP 'I.00
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K .'C..w.U..MI.ur CMmtum.rtti mount SIA'OOD DIUSID nu 01 CHAIGL READY .01 THE 'AN-WMJU TMY LAST
called, wears a pleasant
K Special HiticeKVftlJ WESC-END SPECIAL TRUCKLOAD SALE FRESH fiLETS . . .LI. 59sBY
Drive up Friday-lem Sunday Afternoon smile always as she PETERSBURG
FAST REFRIGERATED TRUCK fROM ST.
K 3 Days "&J32J5! ,': serves those who pre-
Wit A PbcfclAcWiAiMf p 2 Nkjhts oJrSNam )c=t.. fer the front bar at LARGE SCALLOPS 69c I JUMBO SHRIMP gDe
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SEA 1 u. #KO. OCEAN L.. .
the Might Beat.
)K T. Ctver YMT. Affair CaNAl 1-I..M ... I.f.nytl/r
Robert Mackey the SALMON STEAKS COOKED TONI CRAP CLAWS PIlCH IILUTS MAINE LOMTt*
1 1 r NALJIUT ITUU DAN'SH LOlnEI TAILS Lonni TAILS I/OOH 7101sTSWOIOf1SN
K CriwW' fa 3-3311 Exl. 237 j A I Y,f AddrtssOty ':::::::::::::::: ::" 'I swinging bell boy is WILL clAn STEAKS MADDOCK COD "uln IILLm TyITU SCALLOPS w T1r80Dvll1e LOUTIa SHAD IAN 101IOf

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{ The Florida Star Digs Dizzy Jones And "Butt.rball" At Miami's Birdland

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performers seen around the
""' \ Magic City are headlining the show in
:,: the rear of the Mary Elizabeth Hotel.At left, top is "Butterbairfthe

famous WMBM! disc jockey, one of the headliners in the fast

paced show. 'Butterbair' brings to the nightclub scene the saae

freshness and unique personality prouection that has made him a
fi favorite with radio listeners in the Dade areas. At right is Dizzy
a
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..)' >.;\. with his talented presentations which make the"Birdland"shows a
'(: '.> / must on any Miami visitor's list.
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1 ;: :''j that keep visitors rocking also in the scene are a group of

---i9 .. :. :<; soul stirring singers who bring fresh appeal to tne latest hits.

I f : At center is Etta Washington, the talented singer who has won

s 'i .. j.:. just about all of the talent contests around town. She* s rated as
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fj ; ? .gjJj a great show stopper and is now ready for the big-tine professional
stints. The bottom left shows
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l .- Schenley, Honored School Integration ,Support UrgedThe Youth Day Celebrants

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By Market Group following resolution was released
Wednesday by the Community Advisory Com- w b h
.., -0 Schenley Industries. mittee to the Board of Governors of the l /rs
" j.. Inc. has been cited by Jacksonville Area Chamber of Commerce:

the National Associationof WIFRLAS\ the Jacksonville Metropolitan Area. con-
... Market Developers for sisting of Jacksonville and Duval County to
1 "20 y!mrs of effective maintain its remarkable growth and Insure its
work in special market prosperous future must present a record of harmonyand
programs directed to the order not only to its own citizenship but to
,
\. : interests and purchasingpower the nation at large and

of U.S. Negro con- \ftmiEAS' the community generally is aware that
"
" sumers. the Duval County Board of Public Instruction has
A special 20-year award
been served with a decision of the U.S. District

t ,...:\ 0,. was presented to Clif- Court ordering integration of the public school
!.,t .' ford M. Cooke Schenley system at the first grade level and
.. sales representative at ,1r

.,; .'r.r.. ." ,., a luncheon at the Statler WHEREAS. it is necessary for each citizen despite
c.-.. Hilton Hotel in
Washington. -
., his personal feelings to preserve and encourage
Mr. John P. Johninternational societies oouturierI D.C. respect for and obedience to law and
Milliner *Hr. John.'' recognized as Mr. Milliner'' NAMD paid tribute to e

I himself because his talent for sophisticated dash Schenley and other com- 'TiHEREAS all law enforcement agencies are already
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and flirtatious feminine flattery has been making panies whose special pro- committed to the orderly implementation of the

American women irresistible for years premiers this grams "represent one Court order '" I
,I unprecedentedly priced (from $6.95 to $12.00)trend- significant link in the
larger chain of
setting collection of MR. JOHN roPHISTICATE- 'For equalityof NOW THEREFORE BE IT RESOLVED:The Ccrammity Ad-
I the woman who prefers the season's more sophisticated recognition, and op-,r visury Committee with the 'concurrence ox tne board ;
t portunity for members of, i -
Area
fashions. of Governors of the Jacksonville Chamber of
this group--as customers Commerce believing that obedience to law is necessary a

JI' This hat taken from the Mr. John Dramatic Goya as employees as suppliers .; and proper and that harmony and order are r. iJ
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I Collection" for Autumn and Winter 1963 reflects tants. "and as consul essential to continued economic well being urges .. 5r ,

i. the creative genius of this foremost fashion its members and all civic social and religious
creator. Named 'Terraza." a true MR. JOHN SOPHIS NAMD was organized in organizations of the City and County to Join in
TICATE..pure elegance and sophistication in this 1953 as a non-profit support of law enforcement officers in the orderly

fashion-high Tambor Toque. softest g>ya grey national professionalorganization implementation of the U..S. District Court order
velour is molded into a ridged toque with just qua of specia-
#' lists in sales advertising Gossip Of The Movie Lots
slightest profile slant... emphasized by a minute jsti -
marketing and r
brim of Mantilla Black glace kid with an over- Hou.nooD-CA.W--Twelve-ypu-old Pamela Franklin
I public relations directed
one of the most promising youngsters on the screen
I primarily toward the
development of the Negro is featured with William Holden, Trevor Howard "THE ROLE OF YOUTH in the Dimensions of Freedom, was the theme of the
Completing the fashion picture of the over-all Mr. market.Beauticians. and Capucine in "The Lion." samuel E. Engle address given by main speaker, Miss Delores Mitchell (center). Yovth Day
John lj00k" is this Basque Beige wool. Its high production. speaker last Sunday at Bethel A.M.F Church. Miss Mitchell is a Senior
I key-hole neckline leads to a cut-away. jacket of a Filmed in Africa the picture deals with a love speech and draea major at Florida AIM University She is flanked by pro

I shorter, newer length. Gloves. Jewelry Furs and triangle. The three adult stars are the princi- gram participants A. Maxwell (left) and Miss Jenifer Bngran
Perfume all from the nationally distributed Mr. pals. Holden an American businessman and the
I John Accessory Collection available in finest WorkshopIt former husband of Capucine, is urged to come to (Photo by Beaslej

stores from coast to coast. was announced that Africa and help make a decision about their child,
the Florida State Workshop Pnaela. Howard plays; the child's stepfather. Nurses Aides Plan ReassignedSpecial Civil' Rights

The model is wearing ingeniously created custom and Seminar for Pamela ufao resents her real father has a changeof The Hospital Aides Classat Class 4 Henry
make-up from the new HR. JOHN ROYAL TOUCH INCUS'l'OM registered teachers and heart in the climatic scene where Howard has Bolden College Adult Lee Powell son of Mr. Rev. A. Leon Lowry of
COSMETICS" Beauty Line... featured' is Mr. beauticians will be to shoot her pet lion which she has raised froma Division will sponsor a and Mrs. Prank PowellJr. Tampa president of

John Royal Liquid Make-up in his most exciting held at Ceasor Uni- cub. fish fry on Saturday of 52W ClevelandRd. Florida's state conference -

Autumn colour Royal Alabaster and highlighted by versity of CosmetologyJuly The unusual and fascinating scenes of the wild night. Aug. 10, at 8 o' arrived In Korea of NAACP hraach-
; Mr. John Royal Eye Shadow Stick in shimmering 29. 1963. Monday animals' are the most thrilling, especially the clock in the hove of Mrs. July 30th eSt implored the nation -
I Royal Platinum Blue and by his alluring Royal Red through August 9. 'shots of pamela rolling on the ground ;with Eleanor Bryant 1282 W. His family announces s governors eet-
Lipstick. The HR. JOHN ROYAL TOUCH' IN CUSTOM COS The Workshop was 'previously the lion cub.and the charge of the bull elephants.All 29th Street. that he washes to for- tag this week in Miami
METICS" line will be found in finest stores from held through the actors give convincing pertoraances. Card games and other ward his best regards to to take a "well-defined

I t coast to coast--wherever superior beauty preparations .years at Florida A. anc The photography is unique. :The film was directed events will feature the his many relatives and and forthright" sta 4on

are sold. M. University. by Jack Cardiff. evening's entertainment friends here. civil rights.
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I Gets Pretests By Albert Anderson Found On Jox's .f

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DURHAM N.C. (ANP) Prison Farm

Negro marines at Cherry .:;
MODERN JAZZ HOLDS SPOTLIGHT
.. Serving a city prison
Point Marine Air sta-
k farm term for drunkeness A
,, tion have asked help.
proved to be the
last week In a protest CHICAGO-ANP---Fbur fine and imaginativePPs undoing ,
for a man wanted in
the discrimina-
against by trombonists Curtis Fuller and f
Kali
tion policies in Have Georgia as an escaped ,,,,,, ,

i *. lock. N.C. Havelock ad- Winding saxopho ,clarinetist Jimmy convict, police reported -

r Joins the Marine instal Giuffre and pianist McCoy Tyner share the Friday.The .
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lation. wanted man, James

A spokesman for the jazz sp tlight. this.'" week."". Each man leads a Fryer, 49, alias Jame

I ? marines said that 300 different group laying strictly modern, Jackson, of Cleveland

Street, was identified
Negro marines are will- except Winding, who emphasizes tone and s
r ing to support mass through a routine
civil rights demonstra- melody and 'sticks pretty close to the theme fingerprint check as .

tions in the Eastern throughout. the escaped convictwho ?

was serving an 8-12
North Carolina community The broad range of these LPs should there-
Floyd McKissack,national year Georgia prison
executive director of fore have a similar"witie appeal to various sentence, plus an additional
..
a'
>
,; CORE said'that, he was types of jazz fans. Here are the details: one-year term. .

told by an enlisted Fred Halford, Georgia
Baseball Championships. National Association -
"CURTIS FULLER WITH RED GARLAND"New
marine that Negro prison director, tele-
I marines are refused ser- jazz LP (8277) Personnel: Fuller, trombone; graphed local policeto of Intercollegiate Athletics recently

I vice in Havelock restaurants Sonny Red alto saxophone; Red Garland, hold Fryer for held their championships at St.

cafes and night piano; Paul Chambers bass; Louis Hayes, Georgia authorities. Joseph, Missouri. Seen here are: Eddie Ray
I clubs and that the Have- Fryer was arrestedhere
t JUNIOR OLYMPICS individual stars Eugene Milton lock theaters are ra- drums. Tunes: "Seeing Red" ; "Stormy July 21 for drunk- Grambling Coach; Bud Baker: scout for the

of Ocala turned in record breaking performances cially segregated.Cpl. Weather' ; "Cashmere1' ; "Lenderalla" ; eness at Calhoun and Chicago CubsGene; Waldron Pepsi-Cola Bot-

in the 100 and 220 yard events at 9.8 and .. R.S. Stewart, who Eighth Streets and was
21.8 "Moonlight Becomes You" ; "Rock & Troll. tler, St. Josephthe co.host of the event)
respectively. Patricia McQueen of Jacksonville was recently transferredfrom sentenced in city courtto

won senior girls 50 yard low hurdles and 100 Japan to Cherry The creative geniuses of Fuller, the two pay a $25 fine. Being and Dr. R. Jones, President and coach,

..YArri rin...hPursing Point six '
--- ; C months ago Reds (Sonny and Garland) Chambers and unable to pay, he was Grambling University, Baton.: RougeLa., .
Police said. 'We are asking sent to the prison farm .t
Gibbs I rex yGats that the town be put off Hayes constitute the main feature of this to work out the fine, Grambling was runner up in'the cham-

-Speeding Car limits or pressure be fine album. A modern jazz session, this police said. pionships.
brought to bear to have
CHoIlM l outing gives each man a chance to have his --- -
Tried To Elude these places desegre- ac's. : Ex FAMU Dews

LEESBURGTrying to gated. i say, musically but in an unselfish manner Y
ST. PETERSBURG Pre- Services HeldIn
elude a pursuing police sident John W. Rambertof "SO long as the base befitting fine instrumental artists..Forthis

cruiser commander permits Cau- ,.
Saturday,
a Philadelphia
Gibbs Junior Collegewas reason,no effort is made here to single : i
casians to patronize ;
crashed into
speeding -
car
the recipient of .. ,,,,
out for to K
the rear of a vehicle, another major citation these establishmentshe anyone special praise, except .yk :p
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killing two women pas recently.The is promoting segregation credit Fuller for his fine leadership..Thegroup .. .
," he said. 'a R e t. ..
sengers and injuring Southeastern really jams on "Seeing Red, .a tor- s <
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others in both cars. Federation of Colored Mtftur ;., ,
Leesburg Patrolman Women' Clubs. Inc. Charged rid entry which is the top tune, but the t, .

Cleon Spence identifiedthe honored him last week With Child'sMisstrftitimiit listener is in for several other pleasant yr' .

dead women as Helen with the presentation of
1 moments..Other tunes that are especially .
Crosby, 30, of Lady its citation "for excellence -
tuneful are the expressive"Stormy Weather1 '
Lake and Juanita Staf- in the fieldof ,

ford 27, of Fruitland. education." A 28-year-old mother and the melodious (even though played in

Spence said he was Dr. Rembert receivedthe faces Juvenile court the modern idiom) "Moonlight Becomes You."
chasing Carl Wallace citation during the
Morgan, 32, of Leesburgand Awards Banquet of the charges of neglect 'FREE FALL"Columbia: LP (876.4) Per- .
resulting in the nutritive ,
the Morgandrivencar three day meeting which condition of sonnel: jimmy Giuffre, clarinet; Paul Bley,
crashed into the was held in Miami. July x
her three-year old son, piano; steve Swallow, bass. Tunes: "Yggdea- PHILADELPHIA, pa. --
rear of the vehicle the 2830.
it has been reported. sill' "Propulsion'"Threewe" ''*0rothoids' Mrs. N. s.. McGuinn. re-
; ; ;
Association PresidentMrs.
victims were in as it ST. AUGUSTINE (FNSCastillo: e San Marcos National -
reveal that
slowed for an approaching Mamie B. Reese of Reports ; 'Dichtomy''Man.. ; Alone' ; Monument, popular tourist attraction at St. tired dean of women at
the woman took her infant Florida AiM University,
construction barricade Albany, Ga. also invited .
is the site of America's newest entertainment -
Augustine,
son to Duval Medi- 'Spasmodic' ; 'Di vided Man' ; Primordial died here July 14 following -
Dr. Rambert to medium-- 'Sound and Light.'
cal Center to be examined Call" 'The Five Ways. --- a brief illness. She
The car in which the deliver the keynote address ;

women were passengers, for the Awards Wednesday night Giuffre who switches. to the,. _. clarinet "OS AR" NOMINEE! FREDERICK_ retired from Florida' AftM
and that doctors, in 1940.
appalled '< Kf- *T "
bursted into flame on Banquet. 200 dele- by the child's for this set likes'to play interpretative O'NEAL AN "ACTORS' ACTOR"Frederick The late Mrs. McGuinn ,
the Impact and he Approximately
under-nourished con- tunes and the fare here is therefore was a graduate of Hampton
managed to pull James gates from eight states pre O'Neal, star of American Interna-

Wall and Roosevelt heard the honoree speakon tatted dition and neglectcon who took cisely his dish. For the benefit of fans tional's explosive "Free White and 21, is Institute's 1889. She has class of in
of the meeting's theme police what is known in the trade as an actor's actor. taught
tone
Kennedy Beach from, the Da, car. "Federated Clubwomen the mother to police who may not be able to decipher some of the Not only has O'Neal the school system In

headquarters for further 1925 to 1936, he workedin Virginia and at Hampton
Enveloping flames evaluate the Emancipa strange titles, Giuffre opens on each with earned the respect and
prevented
tion Proclamation and questioning. 'II\. his fellow the theatre throughout Institute, Voorhees Industrial -
admiration of
him from rescuingthe accept the challenge of When it was found a theme before starting his musical ex- the western United School, and
performers--he was an
said.
women, Spence the next centennial." qnt that the woman was plorations. .On a whole ,however, the album Academy Award nomineefor States, organizing the FAMU. She has also servedIn
Clarence Green, 17,
and This was the second in an advanced state represents another ccllaboration between his part in "Anna Aldridge Players, a various coaaualty and
of Leesburg Moragan
major honor for Dr. of pregnancy, she was Lucasta"but he also community theatre, in religious capacities in
and Walls were listedin leader and sidemen, A La Fuller..toptune St. Louis in 1927. Oakland. Calit.
Rambert this year. Previously released and will has become an organiza
fair condition in is the '' MOST When he finally got to She was married to Rev.
he had been face further Investi- pacer, 'Propulsion.. tional leader in his
Eustis hospital. Ken cited by the Phi Beta gation by the Juvenile INTERESTING SET. profession as an officerof New York in 1937 he Robert A. McGuinn and
nedy was treated and they had three children.She .
studyof
made a thorough
Sigma Fraternity. Court. .
released. "REACHING FOURTH"---Impulse_ LP (33) Actors Equity.Now his craft at the was buried in Baltimore I
the veteran char-
Bride DrownsOn PersonnelMcCoy Tyner piano; Henry Grimes, acter actor bids for famed New Theatre School July 18.

STO PFAlllNgN OW--! HoneymoonNASHVILLE bass; Roy Haynes, drums. Tunes: "ReachingFourth' another Oscar nomination J l'J V l'J lJ l'J lJ tJ V L

HA ; 'Goodbye ; Theme for Ernie" ; with his portrayalof News Published Free?

IR a (ANP) 'Blues Back" ; Old Devil Moon" ; Have Ernie Jones, crimi-Texas b '_. G
accused of
Mrs. Silvia Elaine Dot- Negro
USE Yes Lady.
.. ;
Sslltcrs son Shields, 19, a brideof You Met Miss Jones?" nally assaulting a ,

three days drownedat This disk by Tyner is far better than his white woman, in ""Free, H) Florida Star l 1-- G
a beach near Parris, White and 21. The
first album as a leader ( "Inception" ) .'.''' _' :;>! ,:<0.t.
"SAVE IT""SAVIIT" Tenn. last week when ,.' .' }.'.. .
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she swam with her hus- which was so windy it was downright boring ..r ." > > G

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band to a buoy in the ;! n News
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in spots..except for "Goodbye, on which .
b Either' new formvla far me* and channel of Kentucky Lake .t :'
H) CFreeFreeFree
women--* product designed to help prevent the with an inner tube and McCoy and company blows on (mostly riffing) 4'R",,4 Wedding or Banquet Pictures.
.lots of hair by destroying scalp bacteria end
doedrvlthoehnont for decided to swim back for some six minutes the tunes on this LP -
brooking hair. thmtemples.
.
without it. v
twC tt .and olkor thin spot*-a product designed are much shorter..the album's main fea- But You Must Get It In Early I
The couple started
t. restore natural oils. giving lustre. beauty andstrength.
converting short. stubby, lifeless. hair calling for help when tures are shifting tempos and improvisions, ; ; ) Tuedays 12 Noon ; /;

info tKo root "Woman's Crowning GleyAT .- th.ey-couldn make it
and, of course the delightful -piano play- (Note: There's small charge J ,"
:
LEADING COSMETIC COUNTERS back and Mrs. Shields < '
of ." .Miss Jones" and "Old >
If your dealer does not have "$AVE IT",send$1.00; for went down, witnessessaid. ing Tyner. ) for taking pictures) ; r (G
2 oc. site 11.50 for 4 ox. jar (tax and postage inEsther's J
eluded to Devil Moon" are the top entries, althoughthe _... >1. .. .
SO West 125th Street Her husband Dr. Vernon provocative film which Florida Star :
Beauty Aids / title tune is also interesting. Tyner '
i New York 27.N.Y. Shields, was saved by a, opens SUNDAY at the 3 2323 MONCRIEF RD, COR. 13(1( SHEET 6
gets big assist from Grimes whose bass
Stewart County conserva- a STRAND Theatre, also

tion officer, Robert work is artful, and Hayes, who drums in the introduces beautiful ;) JACKSONVILLE 9 FLIIIIA. (t

i French. finest tradition. McCoy would do well, Swedish actress, Anna- n n n n n n n .
i Police said French drove! lona Lund, as his costar -
his boat over to the Negro therefore, to continue working with theses and lets yon vote : l1

[Myrtle AYR and Adorhy Phone EL 4-1468 couple, but he I two talented artists THIS LP SHOULD ADD on the trial verdict if -
unable to locate Mrs.
TO TYNER'S STATURE AND POPULARITY. you are present at the s,
Shields beginning of the film.

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II., Jax First Integrated Jr Olympic Thinclads Capture State Meet' '' :'':; dr



j r .Jt:22:{: : Rtctnls Established. Establish Record Tiger-Fullmer- Hunting Regulations Rttastd,


,I". .:.tti : Iy ftrtwt C.Mf.-AAU Stirs Bout SaturdayWEST By State Game Commission


*.:....1 Theresa Hall Sets Record .
"': JORDAN. Utah -
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TALLAHASSEE--Florida's 1963-64 general
r ST. PETERSBURG 'The integrated track team from Former Middleweight
Jacksonville captured the major share of honors at champion Gene Fullmer hunting season for resident g&we birds and i

the Florida State A.A.U. sponsored>> Junior Olympic t1CEt will hang up hos glovesfor animals will open Saturday Noveaber 16 ,

i' Track and Field Meet last Saturday as '22 new meet, --Thi good if he loses to
except for a special season south of State
_J records were set as Negro boys and girls competed _' (; champion Dick Tiger in
for the first time. their Sattrday. Aug. 10 Road 60, which opens November 9.
sprinter in the senior I
1 Outstanding individual, girls division from $') title bout in I bad an, The opening date--- alrec or.

performances were turned Jacksonville Patricia Nigeria Gene's wife De- applying to deer turkey Hunting will be allowed

i in by Eugene Milton from McQueen capturing both lores told newsmen last quail squirrel and everyday in the First.

[! Howard Academy who set the 50 yard low hurdles \ weekend. bear was set at a Third aad Fourth Conservation -

records in both the 100 and the 100 yard dash *i "Gene told me that if formal meeting of the Districts and

and 220 yard events at with plenty of room to he loses, he definitely Game and Fresh Water in the Second District

9:8 and 21:8 respectively spare.' will retire. Mrs. Fish Commission at except in Dixie Gil-

and by diminutive Fullmer a pleasantly Christ and Levy Counties
Probably the, most exciting i Tallahassee July 26. according -
attractive mother of In the Fifth
Conservation -
race of the day to A.D. Aldrich.
Steps Up Pace three who suffers District everyday
was the sizzling duel
agonies of fear every- Aggies Schedule bunting will be allowedin
between Jacksonville Ne- RECORD BREAKING 880 yard relay team from Jacksonville: 1 to r. Joe Lee, time her husband enters 1 Sumter and Putnam

gro Jim Evans and Joe James Banks, Gray Crawford, Harry Washington in first Florid AAU the ring. However she 10 Game Grid Slate Counties and all terri-
Lombard from Orlando in
I sponsored Junior Olympics Track and Field Meet held in St. Petersburg. failed to mention what tory south of State
the 880 yard run which GREENSBORO N. C. The
would. happen should he A&T College Aggies facea Road 50. aDd west of the
I Pvans: won by scant Taxes win. tough 10-game slatein st. Johns River.
Inches. May Halt Title Bout
Other Negroes capturing When Fullmer lost the the upcoming 1963 where staggered-day
-- -- -
) their events were:Midget so-"e of the money." title to Tiger last year football season. hunting is in force

Girls Class. 220 yard Now resting in the high in San Francisco. De- In addition to 7-top hunting will be allowed -

shuttle relay 16th St. income bracket. Liston lores father suffered a conference foes con- everyday duringthe
fatal heart attack at first nine days, and
Recreation Team. Junior told newsmen here Satur- sidered about the best

Girls, Brenda Waller of day enroute from St. ringside. in league circles the the period between

16th stnet, softball Louis to Philadelphiaseemed Fullmer admits that Aggies will have on December 25 through

throw. Intermediate Boys in unusual good during the fight with their hands the formid- January 1. Mondays.

WILLIE MATS' earlier sea- Joe Smith of Jacksonville spirits as he bantered Tiger last year he able Florida A&M Uni- Tuesdays and Fridays

son so-so plate activities setting a new with adults and children suffered the worst beat- versity Rattlers last sill be closed at all
with the San and ing of his career. other tines. Shooting
record in the 7) yard signed autographswhile year's leading scorerin

Francisco Giants have high hurdles. Bernard his car was being the nation among hours for resident game

shown improvement during Moody of 16th Street r services at a local ser- Floyd Sought smaller colleges. The species will remain at

the past two weeks when broad vice station. from one-half hour be-
Jump Kenneth Bur- Tennessee A&I State Uni-
his bomerun-hitting. roughs of Jacksonville. When asked by newsmen : For Bout versity Tigers always fore sunrise to one-

RBI s and general all 100 yard dash. Gilbert the probably duration of top contenders in the half hour after sunsetof
and With WilliamsHOUSTON
retary. Teddy King
SUNNYLAND. Ill. --
each day.
'round play have pro' Long. Lewis Benton, his forthcoming bout with Midwestern Athletic Association open
duced a tremendous boostin James Psalm and Kenneth Heavyweight champion Clay, Liston predictinga sparring partner Foneda Negotiationsfor and the Fort Huge loans
Sonny Liston cast doubts Cox Liston said he plansto 3 outdoor
percentages. Mays' Burroughs of Jacksonville round and a half said. a Sept. Eustis Wheels a stand-
tour this fall
whether he will Europe
meet
10-inning homer Sunday setting a new "He can run faster than match between former out military eleven. To Ex-Tig i
challenger Cassius Clay and winter if the Clay champion
gave the Giants a 2-1 win record in the 440 yard Floyd referring to his heavyweight boxing
' over the Chicago Cubs. relay of 46.1 and the next month stating recent first round vic- bout is postponed. He Floyd Patterson and GRABBLING, La. (Special)
unless we can figure spent the night in Floyd DropsTo
Cleveland Williams
were Derrell Wilkersqn.
120 yard low hurdles won tory over the former a
some way to get the Peoria and left by plane
week
last
announced
by
Artfcir Asks by Joe Smith of Jack- champ. flame-throwing right-
sonville. government let us keep Accompanied by his sec- Sunday for Philadelphia. Farl Gilliaai president 7th Spot handed pitcher from

UCLA Jiifer, Theresa Hall of Jacksonville PROVIDENCE R. I. Grambling College has

set a new KK's Kop Bunting Champion Sonny Listen's signed a $12.000 bonus
Tips Vtterws contract with the Balti-
record in winning the duplicated first round

SOUTH ORANGE. N.J. A 75 yard dash in the Kayor of former champion more Orioles.

29-year old UCLA junior. girl's intermediateclass. Floyd Patterson recentlyhas Wilkerson was signed by

Arthur Ashe--last week dropped the erst- veteran scout West Al-

became the first Negro lis. He is 19.
while challenger to the
.
Housewife
ever named to the U. S. Wins number 7 spot in the The 6-2, 192-pound
': Davis Cup tennis team athlete was a star on
Net TournamentST. monthly heavyweight
.
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W. Harcourt Woods ratings announced by the the Graabling team that
LOUIS CAMP) -
advanced to the finalsof
chairman of the U. S. World Boxing Association -
A Negro woman Mrs. Jane
Davis Cup committee .t.' the NAIA saall-col-
Hudlin. St. Louis house-
stated in a surprise.. WRA's lege tournament in st.
< wife, ,won the. Muny ClassB a The ratings com
announcement Joseph Mo. last month.
tennis tournament here mittee said it felt that
1 Ashe, a tall and slender Patterson should prove He completed his fresh-
last week with an impressive -
L
f stylist hailing from victory in himself following his man year at Oraobllng

\. Richmond.. Va. was set two-first round knock- where he was called

t 'lected over such well- Flynn stramght in sets the over women's Rita outs conducted by Lis- 'Stonef ace" by teammates -
because of his
known veterans and higher ton.
singles final.
ranked players as Cassius Clay of Louis- serious approach to the
Mrs. Hudlin looks ma-
Wilkerson is
Prank Froehling. Ham ville was rated numberone gaae. a
tured in appearance but. native of Milwaukee.Wis.He .
Richardson. Allen Fox
with New
I she moved with the agility w challenger
is the fourth member -
and Gene Scott.f. k York's Doug Jones hold-
of a teenager as she of the 1963 Gram-
Beaten at Wimbledon by
ing down the runnerup
bowed out scampered over the court bling nine to ink a professional -
Ashe
McKlnley. spot to the LouisvilleLip.
in defeating Miss Flynn,
in the semi-finals in contract.
f. 6-4. 6-2. She then teamed .
Earlier Frank Garnet
the Pennsylvania cham- with Miss Flynn to defeat Other rating were:
and before signed for $30,000 with
pionships Jean Wolff and Jane Cleveland Williams.
Washington and Donald
won the grueling Southern Eiseman. 6-0. 6-0. in the Houston. 3; 4, Billy
I Welch and Jesse Jone
California Intercollegiate first round of the women Daniels. New York; 5,
signed with the Chicago
championships s doubles.Mrs. Ernie Terell Chicago;
White Six for undisclosed
defeating such well- Hudlin' opponentsIn 6. Henry Cooper England we.1OOMMIE'S..
known players as the singles and 7P Floyd Patterson. New
KOZY KORNER TADPOLES of the Simond-Johnson declared the team's most valuable player. Others H8TELFRffi
Ra .ton. Paca!elli.aDd doubles contests were Play- York; 8. 7.ora Policy.

Rafael Osuna of Mexico white. ground 1963 area champions, copped the Citywide aiding in the team's success were Kenneth Elliott, Chandler, Ariz. ; 9, TV IN EVHIY ROOM

Jax Recreation Department's diadem under the able lb; Eddie Bell, 2b; Danny Johnson, ss; Alphonso Roger Fischer San I 741K! W. Ashley-Jax,Fla.

IFEN FBI. BUSINESS management of SJ Director Carlton Bryant and Swain, 3b; Alvin Williams, rf; Charles Green, cf; Francisco; 10, Thad "or Reservations, Call

100DSON>> CLEANERS Announces t fe Opening of a New Coach: Bill Benton, Jerome Nixon, ace moundsman Roosevelt Miller, If; Michael Jackson, cf; Ronald Spender, Los Angeles. EL !;-402 5

.:. ranch Office at 5904 Avenue B. "Come there You for the KK' a with a 7-1 won, loss record was Cummings If and the team's backstop who batted

!an Get Quality Cleaning at Budget .Prices." a rousing .483 for the season. r ROYAL ART STUDIO

-- FREE nCEDP & DHJVEtT> SERVICE: -- J
Young Lion Welcomed nerad e-Iapo&a Recreation Center Organizes LeagueThe 515 DAYIS STREET

WrSi northwest section play-off games are being ; Order Now at RafccN Prkis

,A ". Ar :,, of the county initiated setup between the best (S s PHOTO CAllS

r the first organized team out of the Simon
recreational activity at Johnson League and the lidiiiduals Faa+y firnfs CMs

1 + 'y0.iA J.I.E. Scott Park Aug. b Parental Home League.
Is it 3+11 BLACK & WHITE CiLIRSEP1ATINE
properto PS under the volunteer Many of the teams in the

leadership of Thomas league played in the

Crompton Jr. and Charles early City Recreational

J call for Gordon's Byrd teams are entered LeaguesSix Games are scheduledin Quality Photographs

!
CHURCHES-WEIWKSS-S8CIAIS
the league which will daily at 4:00 p.m. at

run through August 23. J.I.E. Scott Park Vernon Dial
EL 4-1184
.I by name
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< LIKELY CANDIDATE---All-pro defensive tackle Rohr
1 It's not a matter of being proper. It's
brown of Detroit Lions welcomes rookie fullback
For when most Englishmen
unnecessary. Nick Ryder of the University of Miami to the
t ask for gin,they expect to get Gordon Lions' Cranbrook School training camp near Detroit
After all,its distinctive dryness and delicate .
Brown who tips the scales at 300-pounds formerly M .
flavour have been a part played his football at Maryland State.
of English life for 194 years. ; :5 : opt iTO E s
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Americans, however, have j Wrick Tfeb Clio Negroes Seeking :

been enjoying Gordon'sfor .' ''''' .
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Council ,
a somewhat shorter Posts ,

span of time. So it is t 133 51 22 T uIo: Olio (ANP)*- v : 'F'N

wise(and proper)to specify 2 vJh 5 Wyatt M, Johnson insurance ..
Gordon's by name. executive William -

Your first sip of a 1 7 N. Thomas attorney- t, ., "7 >:

Cordon's martini will 8 4 have announced their

tell you why it's the big candidacies for City
trii Iir 66-61-1
) gestsellingginoverhere GIN1, Council and the Toledo
as well as in England "" 1194441Sometimes Y Board of Education re-

and die rest of the world he's upSometimes. spectively. _

.he's down Johnson, district.

He adds, subtractsHe manager here for the su- 11
MMMMT W i.1.A.iiiiMa urns r raaTeamTuar+mrs works it all around Liberty Life Insurance -
MEtta rue m.!a Nall.IMNf m cm Oat tTL imM.n : preme 11 1 a +
) COMING ATTRArTTONR Company will Beef at its Best S. OCY

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I.I Northwestern Graduate Hew Stanton Christian Endeavor Requests ScholarshipPastors ;1 .
Over 100 Others to Choose from UNIFORMS
Chapel AME Church or
Wins J500" Award Schedules Students, of all churches with Director Alex Cot-
: participating in the .
; i : il Dates trell, at St. Paul AME *
R. S. EVANS3RD : 't Reporting Christian Endeavor Hour NURSES BEAUTICIANS $2.98 tie :
Church not later than
are requested to filenames *
The following schedule Sunday, August 18. MAIDS WAITRESSES $17.98-: ;
& MAIN of youths recom-
will be observed at New Ministers and leadersare !
mended for the Christian
"Jacksonville's Most Recommended Dealer" Stanton Senior High urged to turn in the *
b x FUdeavor Scholarship to New Fall Styles Inching SHIFTS
School for students in sponsors list not later
f' EL 4.8381 EL 48382 Fdward Waters College
f the 10th 11th and 12th with Miss Helen Price, than Sunday, Aug. 11. All SMOCKS & SKIRTS
grades reporting for must be in
funds by
60 IUICK iMvicta COHV. $1995 schedules: secretary at Fountain Aug. 18th, Cottrell said. Lone and' ]*{ Sleeves For Ckwches. ., '.

ALL \. = The 12th grade will report -
POWER SUPER CLEAN t ( ( $4.98 to $12.98
; at 9:00 a.m. McndayAugust \
.t' 26; the 11th gradeat A FORTUNE TO SHARE with Alteration FREE on My wifeni ,ricH

62. MONZA $16954IN ....,.y-""t ,' :v 9:00 a.m. Tuesday, COLORED SCHOOL TEACHERS at $5.98 or more
-;;: August 27 and the 10th
FLOOR RADIO & HEATER grad at 9:00 a.m. To arrange for a confidential personal interview a
Miss Theodis Patricia about this once-in-a-lifetime opportunity made Q
Wednesday, August 28. The
Brown a 1963 graduateof available exclusively to Colored School Teachers, I I
twelfth and eleventh
63 FORD Convertible $2795FULL Northwestern Senior grade students will re- I write: Q '
High School, winner of
Your
OF EQUIPMENT port.to their old home- Name
the bird Grand Oratorical -
rooms upon arrival. 'I'Ij
contest for the Tenth grade students will Phone No. UNIFORMSGt'v'p' s
.;;57 IMPERIAL Crown $1095 State of Florida of the report to the auditorium Then clip and mail this to:
Bethlehem Grand Chapter, arrival.. P.O. Box 8306, Jacksonville Florida j

AIR-CONDITIONED Order was awarded of Eastern the vaunted Star, upon It is essential- that all DO THIS DODAY j 44 W. Monroe St. Phone EL 3.94631
students who are to enroll -
$500 scholarship award. in New Stanton come ... ( ( UIIIIIIICllmnmIICIIIIIIIIIIIICllltmmnCIIIIIIIIHfIOlfIflHHH D.IIIIIIIIIIIDlmtti
59 CHEVROLET 2Dr$795 She is a faithful mem-
to the school on the day
ber of Second Baptist
and time specified.
STICK SHIFT in additional
where
Church -
to other activities Hat I Magazine
buy direct from the factory.

58 OLDS 88 Super $695 retary ,of serves her Junday as sec- Cites Jax DeejayADRIAN .

CLEAN School department and save the middleman's profit :'
is also a member of the
Good Clean Cars NAACP Youth Council. H ; I

Miss Brown plans to
enter Fla. A&M Uni- MONEY
versity during the fall

STRAND Starting Svnday term. is1.H

Day Camp DeadlineAll : DOWN
.- ,].:t;.
v Jf:,".., Girl Scouts and t
non-scouts planning on

if. camp attending which begins annual Mondayand Day I (Ken) KNIGHT I Your Choice
(
IL
ends Friday, Aug. 9,
: I are urged to register i
1'Jit' ia.i Jacksonville was signally -
this weekend in order honored nationally e e relty

', that sufficient transportation through its radio broad- of our new
# will be on casting circles when I
On the Night of September bend to carry them to and SESAC Magazine in its
#. from camp daily. recent July-August issue
28th was it a Criminal Act... I
". i Person wishing further cited WRHC s Adrian (Ken) INNERSPRING MATTRESSin
or a Case of Consent? information may contact Knight in special arti-

Mrs. J. E. Davis, ELgin cles devoted to three top
kL YOU ARE THE JURY! 4-6077. disc JockeysThe TUFTLESS or QUILTED PATTERNS

Saturday MeetingThe veteran Jax broad-
caster, who among his
'(4 AMERICAN INTERNATIONAL pr...nU Anniette Social numerous extra curricula

';' .. : S Savings Club is spon- activities, serves as
\ 1REE j 1 soring an outing to treasurer of the National "CELEBRITY" TUFTLESS
! % : : American Beach Saturday Association of Radio Announcers i INNERSPRING MATTRESS
'! ,will leave here
night, Aug. 17. I Featuring the famous Holland "
Buses.will pickup passengers this month to attend the Maid Innerspring Unit with i z' ,.
: beginning at Association's annual con- layers of new fluffy felting, ., -S5f
WHITE 7:30 o'clock at Richardson vention scheduled for Permaltor padding support, z. S S ,.A
_ Rd., 21st and Myrtle Aug. 21 through Aug. 25 and sag-resisting pre-built bor
7:45: ; 8th and Davis, in Hollywood Calif. ders. +i 9S
'
) 8 o'clockDavis and The magazine article ,b :fy
and24 ] Kings Rd. 8:15 and First capsulizes Ken Knight's r h
and Florida activities from the time '
., at 8:30 p.m. ;
-- Event Scheduled he broke into broad- 53995each.
sting circles in 1947
Notb' recommended for those under 18 .
Florida A. and M. Uni- at Daytona's Radio Station > r
,
ADULTS ONLY versity will hold Its POD. g w"
commencement on August 9. Box springs same price g' I
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FREDERICK O'NEALANNALfNA lUND.WRt T[==: APARTMENT FOR RENT PIANO WANTEDParty t. aikii

And On The Same Program DownStrs-Gas-Ht Wtr Htr- Will'Pay Cash! FflST, FREE DELIVERY
3-BdRm-At Bus StopNoSml CALL SP 1-4290
Chld-El 4-3720
M GEORGE FOR RENT NEW LOCATIONMRS. ;
SANDERS'RICHAR JOHNSON:
*\ 2 UnFurn Rms & KitchenHot BETTY DINGLE, formerly -
IN and Cold Water of the Moderistic ,

354-5339 Beauty Salon, is now :...1-: i .
associated with the
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Orange Blossom Beauty

1 Salon, 706 Broad St. "CELEBRITY"' with Qwflted Top
2414 Myrtle Avenue '
;' '. :k A "one of its Kind" creation with a
1 a. beautiful, durable qUIlted top. Pre-
built borders, exclusive designs guaranteeing -
Royal CTOWIL 3' many years of restful sleep
On of our finest.
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4 LEO'S SHOE REPAIR .e E 2

Shoe RepairingOf *.

Any KindIs
: ,,, ( Box springs same price.'z .
.3 Our Only Business

845 Florida Avenue

BOYS WANTEDEarn Gate City's TWINS

., Cash Selling the FABULOUS
Florida Star Newspapers-
2117 Wldhart streetOr
Call PI 9-1271
tw *2 Solid Foam Mattresses '
Services* S 95
79
2 Matching box springs
Sound Service tor Advertising -
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Dances, Ball *12legs, ((2sets) ail for only a "
Games, etc. Also Loud
Speaker Service for

Banquets, Concerts,
Record Hops etc. "HOTEL SPECIAL" INNERSPRING TWINS
El 3-5902-SOUND SERVICE
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Hi Fashion *Innerspring Mattresses 95

I.Glty AidCall 2 Matching Box Springs 99

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P 0 59491HairStylingPereanent *12 Legs, ((2 sets) all for only I

Waves

Tinting and Dyeing. Open
fm pkk *9
Julian Kalton Jr. popular Northwestern High School graduate Daily, 7:30 a... Until? 6 Iarnah

:, is wearing the newest fashion coat by H. t.s. to be shown this Mrs. Rose Robinson, Mrs. Let GATE CITY CLEAN YOUR RUGS Call Elgin 5-3431
: season. The Young Men* s Shop, features famous brands for the Maltonia 81'rd.Miss Gerri
high school and college Young Man such as UOTANY' 'CRICKCTEER" -
: "HAGGAR. Bryant, Mrs. Cienaie
"LONDON
f" FOG "VAN-HEUSEN STACY-
,T.: ADAMS. STETSON and GOLD COP' See these latest styles now Jenkins. Mrs. Callie (c t1 i
on display in time for "Back-To-School Shopping at the Young Jackson, Proprietor.
Men's Shop, 340 Main Street, Corner Duval, Downtown Jackson-
ville. 4414 Moncrief Road




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