The Florida star
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Permanent Link: http://ufdc.ufl.edu/UF00075901/00526
 Material Information
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 17, 1963
Frequency: weekly
Subjects / Keywords: Newspapers -- Titusville (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Cocoa (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Brevard County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
newspaper   ( sobekcm )
Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Brevard -- Titusville
Coordinates: 28.591111 x -80.82 ( Place of Publication )
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
 Record Information
Source Institution: University of Florida
Holding Location: University of Florida
Rights Management: All rights reserved. Board of Trustees of the University of Florida
Resource Identifier: aleph - 002071719
oclc - 34175599
notis - AKR0018
lccn - sn 96027111
System ID: UF00075901:00526
 Related Items
Preceded by: Indian River star (Titusville, Fla.)
Succeeded by: Indian River star (Cocoa, Fla.)

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2 Girls NetTransfer * * * YOL J3-NO. 20 SATURDAY AUGUST 17, 1963 15 CENT: !

:-0' ,Girls ST. AUGUSTINE racial School, -dispute, A To sumnerlong z Shriners Welcomed To Miami EXPECT 1 00,000 i II ii ,:i :

point reached here a near-boiling this week
when two tennage boys ( \

who had taken part in

sit-in demonstrations in .a.. ..... ..... _.. ... .. .
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July were transferredfrom

city Jail to the. Former Flor.diai Randolph Judge Differs With Covrts

Schools Florida for Industrial Boys at Heads Nation's Biggest MarchDespite
Marlanna. By Stopping Miami Picfotmf. j

a rift in the AFL-CUO Executive Council's
Juvenile Court Judge ranks The future of picketing demonstrations In
over endorsement of the march interest is
Charles C. Nathis declared the State of Florida hit a new legal
mounting locally and nationally over the Aug. point
the boys delinquent this week when circuit court
28 civil rights march on Washington. a judge per- :j'

when their -Karl-- -_-,-... +-.61-...... ................Ir.. . . ._ _. _. _. _- _- manently enjoined a local group fro pic-
parents refused to sign Rutledge Pearson, presi- terence for Interracial keting an Ice cream store. '* *

statements saying they dent of the Jax, Branchof justice. During Tuesday's hearing in the witness chair by
would not allow them to the National Associa- Circuit Judge Robert H. the company's attorneys,

participate in demonstrations tion for the Advancement a Anderson ordered Cecil raised a point of order

until they of Colored People appear Gaylord Roole and memberso when he read a 1925 Miami
r reached the age of 21 General e don a local f his All People's City charter which
tELCOMfi Illustrious Rev. J. Henry Bonney, Assistant Grand Secretary for-

years. of Detroit, Mich. is seen receiving the "Friendship Scroll" from John E. telecast urging civil Democratic Club to cease bade white persons from

Local'NAACP Branch official Walters, public relations representative of the City of Miami as a token of rights supporters of all picketing demonstrations living in or conducting

Dr. R.B. Hayling welcome to the Shriners holding their 99th National Anniversary Call in the races to Join the march against the Dairy Queen business in a predominately -
said two girls also located at NW 17th Ave.
Magic City. Looking on at left is 111. ornery D. Moore of the Empire State which Is expected to Negro area. Rolle
held, for haying taken and 54th Street.
Grand Council. (See Miami News Page 8) draw well over 100.000 I claimed the permanent Injunction -
, part in demonstrations, The Judge based his
sympathyzers from the proceeding was
night also be sent to V I For ShrinersScholarship i Woman entire nation. i', decision on law stating in violation of the law.
r .the girls school in ill Charged Former Floridian A. that. "there is no labor Rolle. whose motionswas
;Ocala, after their dispute at this store."
L Philip Randolph turned down by the
organizer -
Award With AssaultTo 'Picketing is therefore
ci' had likewise refused of the march Judge, also contendedthat

\ : to sign statements w ..._.... _-=0 n III Murder and president of the [I illegal.DECISION" DIFFERS since he was with-

t DEPLORES JAILINGS Brotherhood of Sleeping out legal counsel the
Bern ice: .Jope$'*fa,"ar;, _Car Potters' and :'also the A. PHILIP RANDOLPH Judge Anderson's deci- hearing was illegal.
In a statement to the Sponsors for the march -
sion differs from.therecent The '
rested last S turdiyfoncharges only Negro vice president leader and his club
STAR this week, Hayling ass uitj are--the National Association court'rvliag''inTallahassee t
of to on the AFL-CIO Executive members were warned by
deplored the Jailing of for the Advancement -
murder police reported. Council sup which per- the court that they would
youthful demonstrators of Colored
Witnesses told police ported CIO Present mitted Negroes to picketthe be held in contempt if
stating that since St. of
People. Congress
that pearl M. Lee and Walter Reuther in criti- theatres as long as picketing continued.
Augustine has no Juve- Racial Fqualit.fiouthernChristian
the demonstrators did
Monta intoan However
Andrews got cizing the Council's following thehearing's
nile shelter, seven Leadership
argument at 130 North stand in falling to not trespass upon pri- adjournment,
youth who were arrested sup- Conference. Negro Ameri-
? St. and when the disagreement port the rights vate property. members told newsmen they
during the July 28 move- can Labor Council Student II
ended Monta would continue
: ment. picketingeven
demonstrations were -' Non-Violent Coordinating -
Among the If it meant going to
: placed in Jail with latest Committee
Rolle who placed
S: l" national, groups to Join
adult offenders. / all of whom are reported
Three of the demonstrating ., Y the rights march is the determined to overcome Bolita I
Players 25"
National Catholic ConMasqwrmtiRflPreadier-
youths were released t{" prejudice. {

parents had after signed their the '\I' ''':' i f PlacedOn To Tune Of Over $50,000 f

probation terms.MfsmiiN LEE M. BROW JR. LAMBERT W. GREENENorthwestern 3 Miamiaos Are Arrested l

38 Carver High High Fll's 'Most Wonted List' OB Charges Of Lottery r

T riti John B. Everhart
'a ruthless dangerous
t+. MIAMI---While bolita runners aDd small time 1
KIM ly Cur v. killer who has vowed that he will not be
were busy trying to unload OB the big
taken alive is one of the FBI's "Ten
bankers some of the excess play they had ea
Most ** *
MIAMI An 88-year-old Wanted Fugitives. *
25' last Saturday Miami's Vice Control Unit
Miaaian, Thomas Sweeting Everhart may be mas-
swooped down on two places and arrested three
Of 3725 N.W. 22nd Ct. was 4, r querading as a preacher ledge of Everhart's
Dade' 88th traffic death i i and is being sought by whereabouts are urged persons on bolita charges.
In two separate raids police arrested Annie
, of the year when he was : the FBI for unlawfully -
hit by a car and killed : BERNICE JONES fleeing Georgia to avoidconfln.ement ; Love, of 343 NW Ninth St. ; Dora Jones of 1367

last Saturday.: } i Andrews and Bernice for the 1956 NW.Fifth Ave ; and George Forbes 1039 NW Third
Ave. The three were charged with possession of
Metro Sgt. E.A Dolan .
4 Jones went to 114 North murder of a male ac-
said Sweeting and Geral- Street. quaintance. Followingthat lottery tickets.

dine Johnson of 3117 NW a when they arrived at crime he allegedly Gambling operators were reported heavily hit

23rd Ave. had left the house. Bernice Jonesis shot and wounded an when '25' "fell" last Saturday. It was learned

Marty's Bar at 4427 NW said to have taken a Atlanta police officer } that many small bankers passed s CDe of their

36th St. The woman was t-,.- '.. pistol from her purse who attempted to take plays onto the bigger bankers because the bets

t charged with public In- ,{,!,'<; '. and shot Daisy M. John him into custody. He was on that combination of figures were so heavy.

toxlc t1on. son 21, of 122 NorthSt. finally arrested by FBI Reports indicate; that much of the large amber

Dojan, said Sweeting was STANLEY D. SQUIRE v GH3RGB P. BATTLE in the back of the Agents in Michigan in of bets on '29 was due to the fact fist soore
knocked' feet head. of Florida STAR readers in Miami, Jacksonvilleand
20 by a car B. T. W. High November 1956, and in
driven ,by Bernard Bushman HigjiBOSWOL The victim was treatedat July, 1958 he escaped other parts of the state played a hunch

26, of 5777 LaGorceDr. ff Y" Duval Medical Center. from a Georgia road after deciphering it from a numerical feature

., Miami Beach. r Boy Missing gang. tf. called "Watch This Clown'* which appears la the
No charges were placed John B. Everhart, a Negro FLORIDA STAR each week.

against the driver. The I Seen Him ? I male was born June JOHN B. EVERHART Gambling sources said bankers were hit te. the

accident occurred at 2:36 I ).:;! 24. 1922. in Atlanta. tune of over $50,000 on '25 last Satarday thms tout -
a.m. and Dolan said Bush- II '$. :t Georgia. He is t/8" to to contact the dearest the state.

man was driving well I ft: 5f 654" tall and may office local police.WOMOI of the. FBI or Negro Inventor Of Traffic Liffcf t,
under the speed limit for o' ...:.. weigh from 175 to 187
the dimly-lit area. ':' pounds. He has a heavy Held Gas Mask, Posed As mjiaiiCLEVELAND

ft HAACPtf Sentenced r btdld. black hair brown la"Fatal (ANP) Garret A. Morgan is
eyes and a brown com dead but as long as there is a civilisation

To (Mage DeWI, :: y an plexion. This fugitive Slay IRQ Case ..people will obey the fruits At his lamention. -

has a small scar on the the traffic light.
CLARKSDALE, Miss. outer side of his left MIAMI Mrs. Frances Morgan died July 27. at under date of Tmvrsday

Aaron Henry presidentof eye as well as scars on Gains was booked on Cleveland Clinic after a October 22. 1914. ween
the Mississippi State the back of his left first
degree murder lingering Illness. He Morgan (beoavse of pre-
;NAACP and leader of the hand his upper right charges for the alleged was 87 years old. being judice) had to okag
desegregation movement < forearm and his right Tuesday knife slaying of
ROBERTS. JR. LEWIS H. BLAND M totally blind for the his name to George Meson
;there, has been placed-othe CORNELIUS middle finger. He maybe Grant L. Slpplo police 15
detail following Northwestern HlgL North Dade-High RORDAGE. 14. past years. labeled as "Big Chief
of 1412 Harper St. has wearing a mustache. reported.The He cue to Cleveland on Mason a fall blooded
his arrest and NOMINEES Brilliant high school graduates, who
have been nominated for the Shriners Scholarship been reported missing Since this fugitive has Incident reportedlytook June 17. 1895. and began Indian from the Wai pole
conviction charges of
on from his home. He was been convicted of murder place on the corner a colorful career that Reservation Ca...*." la
'-parading without a per- Awards are shown above. These awards will be announced last seen Saturday, Aug. is known to have of NW 50th ot. and 27th was to take him to all order to demonstrate his
at the.Shriners Charity Ball to be held
10 at 9:00 S.B. Any per- been in possession of a Ave.. where the two were sections of the globe lnyen tloR.
Pitied $101 aad senteaceo -t Bayfront Auditorium, Wednesday night Aug. 22.
said to have becoae
son having information .38 caliber pistol aDd engaged particularly when demonstrating -
to 30 days in Jail, Mr. as to his whereaboutsare to have shot and wounded in a knife duel. one of his brainchildren His biggest laveatloc

,a prosperous'phar- Child Injured By Truck retreated to contact *a police officer while Slpolo was reported the smoke in- was the traffic light

m&eist. refused ?o seek Two-year old Ricky Bernard Jones of 1186W. the Missing Persons resisting arrest. be dead on arrival at haler (forerunner to the patents for which were

release on bond. On Aug. Beaver Ft was admitted to Duval Medi Bureau of the Jaz Police should be considered France Memorial HospitalThe present day gas masks. ) granted la the Holts

1, he was ordered to a cal-Center with head Injuries after having Department or his parents armed and extremely- woman was treatedfor An using story; warn States Jeae JI.,. a4

garbage truck picking u= been struck by a truck dniven by Charles at th* above ad- tUagerou chest and arm wounds published by the Times- Canada aad Baglaad 1m

fee city's. refuse. A. Marell, 20 of 2131 Dane-- street. dress. Persons having know- prior to being booked. Picayune. New Orleans. 1925.

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NEWS "" .0. .' : : ,.. ERIC I SIMPSIH

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Published by the PloridA Star' Publishing Co.Vember The United States Department of Defensehas

';. of Associated Negro Press stepped up its activities in the fieldof

'ERIC I. SWSIN-KKHMC EtittrALYSM a WHY SON T report equal made job opportunities to the President's according CoMittee toa

I E. WISE Miws EttftfIMA > THAT FI lid, t on Equal Employment Opportunity.}
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IN YOU Hobart Taylor, Jr. executive vice chair-

iMTEN...................CkcihtiH Mamr man of the committee said the report shows
I increased activity in three

.... .'.1;,.. areas:
MAIN IFFICE I. PLANT 1 --- A shift in focus fro ,

'":) processing of individual coa- .

:2323 Kiicritf' Rial.....HSH ELfM 44712- \ plaints to comprehensive

,>:: ; compliance surveys to make "
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sure government contractorsare
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i \ : .. MAILING AI1RESS: ,- j living up to requirements '\

of President Kennedy's Exe-;: 1

,. : .Ii"4 cutive Orders 10925 and 11114 '\
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Florida .:'..\ V '. which created the President SIMPSON

r ? Committee on Equal Employment Opportunityand

I .* <* One Tear. $6.00 Half Year $4.00 .:' define its duties and responsibilities. I
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I t* Mailed to Ton Anywhere in the United States .. .

:'. .'.- Subscription Payable in Advance I L .-.'9 The first order of priority accordingto "

=**; Bend Check or Honey order. to: : f. the report to Mr. Taylor, is to complete -

FLORIDA STAR P.O. BOX 561 surveys on plants with 1.000 or more '

Tacksonville L. .Florida : 1 ti employees and no Negro employe 6.in orderto

-: determine whether these situations
Seeks To Strengthen result from discrimination.The y
57 a- gig t Ep :. Defense Department soon will have

.; Public Accomodations Law a oa kcE Atr .' 80 inspectors in the field, checking COB-

panies with more than $50 billion in

'WASHINGTON--(ANP)--New York Republican j M wY. goverment contracts.Mr. .

Senator Kenneth B. Keating said last week '** \
he believed the Kennedy Administration was the Defense Department will have completed -

'sincere in Its efforts to approach.the GIVE THE DEDICATION MEANING BY PASSING THE CIVIL RIGHTS BILL 34 such surveys by July 31.

crucial issue of civil rights on a non- 2 -- The Defense Department has

partisan basis. greatly reduced the number of indi-

Keating also commended Attorney General r- - vidual complaints against governi

Robert F. Kennedy for endorsing his pro- ment contractors it supervises.At .

posal to place the public accommodations : the end of April1963.the Department ;

provision of the Civil Rights bill under ,. Your Weekly of Defense had a totalof

both the 14th Amendment and the Commerce :. : 358 cases in process. They were .

clause.It broken down as: Army 37 ; Navy 4

is this provision of the Rights bill S : 48 ; Air Force. 89; Defense Supply

which has been called the most controver- Horoscope G u ide' ::1:! Agency, 1E4.

sial and which was sent for Senatorial 'c: At t"'e end of June 1963 there

consideration to the.Senate Commerce com- ;; were only 108 cases i n process
\ '" "
mittee rather than to the Judiciary committee broken down thusly: Army,30Navy; ,
where other aspects of the bill are .. ., By PABLO The ASTROLOGER 44; Air Force. 23; Defense Supply.

being considered. t .:.:J Agency 11.

Actually, in the beginning--even withoutSen. WHICH I ARE YOUR LUCKY DAYS. FOR .1 '' -t ;'::."-. .,3 -- A searching out of under--

Keating' amendment--the Administration 1 Po utilized personnel, especially in
wanted the public accommodations t BUSINESS I ,- LOVE TRAVEL t tt positions in grades GS--1 through

provision to be sanctioned under both the t_ _'_ GS--6.
Commerce Clause of the Constitution. and In the under-utilization program

the 14th Amendment. ARIFS all employees in these grades are
CANCER together or to reach the to be propitious for
it shied from exclusively being surveyed to determine edu-
But away relying Born March 21st thru stage where you find long-range: planning,
on the 14th Amendment because of an Born June 22nd thru yourself unable to makeup higher-mind pursuits and cational: and skill qualificationswithout
1883 ruling by the Supreme, Court which April July 22nd your mind when you extensive voyaging. You guard to race.

threw out the first Federal law against The desire to 'explorethe are up against new' prob- must guard against This is being done to identify
discrimination in places of public spiritual realms you accept on with qualifications
accommodations its lems. Those of you who emotional upsets, inner persons exceeding -
terms instead of.
which has been passed by the could be quite over own are on a vacation should turmoil or unconventional those required in their present
whelming. It would attract trying to impose your ,
'Radical Republican Congress' in 1875. find the going quite adventures. Your more assignments.
will find it
Called the Civil Rights Act of 1875 the considerable and own. you agreeable, especially conservative friends are' All employees in these grades ave I
influential support more bearable and
Act forbade racial discrimination by you give it substances welldisposedAccept the''when yottthaye,unlimited;; muchXbetter advisers also given -an opportunity to noB- I
r- owners of innspublic conveyances theatresand restrictions time tofevote' to rest than,those who brim over' mate themselves for participationin
along with
If the
other places of public amusement.But you are given opportunity and relaxation with sentimentality. the under-utilization program.
the opportunities, adapting -
since that 1883 ruling by the High this is the .. Based on a review of the quaff -
to their demands
day to win .
friends for 4-30-22-18-56-432
Court, a long string of- subsequent Supreme 4-60-22-15-S9-462. fication and experience records of
with much
life and to reveal the as grace
Court decisions in the area of civil LIBRA CAPRICORNBorn the individuals interested in the
and humor
nobler side of as you can mus-
your na-
rights climaxed with the ,,1954 School de-
,program, those with skills Quali-
ture. Some of you may ter. If you discover for Born Sept. 23rd thru Dec. 22nd thru
cision--have rejected bith the legal and
fying them for a higher grade job
find that foreign lands yourself that many of the
and moral basis of the 1883 ruling. have a great appeal and best things in this world Oct. 23rd Jan. 19th in a different specialization or
So convinced is the Attorney General of The sextile aspect between in other lines of work offering
you may take steps to do not carry a price tag Since the stakes are
this fact that he stated two weeks ago Jupiter and Saturn better
find out for yourself you will have gone a long likely to be high, you promotional opportunities
that he was personal.yronvinced that that where''yo in the could have great signifi- are identified and placed on a
just fit in the ray determining may first have to make
ruling by the High Court would be reversedif cance to the Librans who
true values that add special
picture. The urge to ur sure that you have ade-
it were being considered today. create or indulge in romantic to .happiness. You will are contemplating taking quate support when you These are then considered, along

Keating,. however, while not opposing the pursuits takes on have to be more suspicious the plunge into the sea plunge into the fray. with other qualified employees, for

Administration's attempt to insure the, a more compelling force! than usual of of matrimony. In cases Your chances of doing vacancies higher level positions

legalistic basis for its civil rights pro-. strangers who come bearing where an association is Just that are excellent, Hiring of new employees is also

posals, believes fundamentally that the 7-30-77-16-26-731 gifts or who smotheryou already in existence whether it is in the form limited in categories where under-

Administration ,does not need the additional TAURUS s: with kindness and there is a possibilitythat of influential connectionor utilized personnel are available.In .

prop of the Commerce Clause.He Born April 20th thru flattery. 'discover one of the another partnersmay financial backing. The addition to these measures ,
,said: 'The 14th Amendment provision May 20th 240771484247LEO and attempt to- period that is initiatedon employees are also being counseled -

would strike, down in one fell swoop any the 19th is one when on self--improvement efforts,
discriminatory practices in the operationof The powerful sextile aspect serer me.bonds that hold your economic and security training programs and possible advancement -
it together. Rich situations
public establishments fostered by state between Saturn and goals are particularly opportunities outside,
July 23rd thruThere will not be to.
and local authorities.. .' Jupiter cannot be dis- q1 emphasized. their immediate organization orin-
constructive and counted in the development AAug ; 22nd ,I live with. It looks as
He added: .The open- :; stallations.In .
minded attitude of the Attorney General of your affairs and if some may have to spend 8-20-44-18-27-624 a pilot program conducted in the head-

towards-such proposed amendments will con in the shaping of your are powerful many sleepless nights quarters of the Department of the Amy,
destiny. If it does bring forces acting in your be- trying to find the appropriate AQUARIUSBorn
tribute a great deal to the possibilities 5.300 persons in GS-6 and below were con-

of developing the strong bi-partisan you success in one.direc half, enabling you to solution. Jan. 20th thru sidered. The result was that 170 employees \

civil rights needed to enacta tion do not bemoan the convince the one who has roster. Six
coalition on -99-15-48-589 Feb. 18thA were placed on the special
meaningful measure. sacrifice that may also been resisting you to see SCORPIO months later, the special roster had been
be extracted from you. things your way. Love, splendid Jupiter- 1
reduced to 119 through promotion, rea si i.meat -
*, .* ,Everything in this world sincerity and your powers Born Oct. 24th thru Saturn sextile should and attrition.. !
has a price tag and the persuasion, are likelyto furnish you with the cor-
Nov. 22nd rect Mr. Taylor said the Department of Defensehas I
be almost irresist- daringand
S sooner we resign ourselves
Something good should now instituted the program for a 11 employees 1
FREEDOM. to pay it. the ible. Saturn and Jupiter prudence, a combina-
'. i.,* *., .' easier it will be in the form an opportunity aspect happen to spur you on and tion that could be very in the Departmental services ratad 4

Writing, in Nation's Business, Secretaryof which could the to convince you that successful at this Junc GS11and telQw, and employees 06-6( and
long run. Your vocational pave
State Rusk says that several highly your arduous and constant ture. The period that is below world-wide (excluding non-U.S. citi-
or business affairs are way: for greater individual I
important global forces are now acting in undoubtedly taking much freedom and a chanceto endeavors are Initiated thereafter zens overseas.).

our :favor and to the long-run advantage of of your time and energy. apply your talentsand bringing the results you throws the emphasis on This is the kind of program we are try-

the free world. vocational skillsto are seeking. The period your closest ally. ing to institute throughout the govern-

These are: 3-60-11-14-84-381 excellent future ad- that is starting earlyon 4-50-88-14-47-453 ment' said Mr. Taylor. 'Only by searchingout

The trend toward unity in Western Europe; vantage. A solid allianceon the 19th is one that qualified employees and breaking down

the rejection of communism by new nations; GEMINIBorn the higher-mind level favors Important objectives PISCES traditional barriers--real or imaginedj- 4

Increasing conflict between the Soviet ,May 21st, thru:.,.. may contain the seeds and the labors and Born Feb. 19th thru can we utilize all of the manpower avail- 1

Union and communist China; the readiness June 21st :V. which can be nourished preparations you have able to the government. If we don't we are I

of more countries to .negotiate settlement and cultivated until they: made to capture them. You March 20th ;:. shortrchanging all the people of our natio I

of problems, ranging from world trade to Some of you sin single grow into full-bloomed must not allow your own If you believe'that yon and are seriously damaging those employeeswho

peace. Geminlans nay :not be successes. fears, let alone those of have insufficient powerto are discriminated against, no matter ,
averse to entertain the who love you. to '
Mr. Rusk does not exaggerate the signifi gain your ends by what the reason.
notion of marriage to 6-20-44-13-59-624 deter you from making the !
cance of any of these hopeful developments yourself benefit from a
promote your social --he is too canny and well-informed a hand VlTHSO fine Jupiter-Saturn sex-
required of you.
to take a Pollyanna position. But, as ,he Love should also be present ,Born Aug. 23rd thru tile aspect to obtain

sees it, 'today the strength of the free to insure continuity 3-20-77-13-47-327 the backing of a prominent

world Is far greater than it was a deca <. If it Is Dot the association Sept. 22nd SAGITTARIUS'Born social or business
If"Yo have tile opportunity acquaintance to put In a
ago, and the keys to a new surge of progress could eventually 23rd thru
to reinforce your Nov. good word for you. Most
'are in our hands. The forces'at work founder on the rocksof
Job and. econoalc: status. Dec. 21st of the world activities
to. build a free and peaceful world commu- incompatibility. Reserve cirY ; r r.r
you should be ready to i are conducted In this Mh
nity are showing evjm more vitality, while final decisions it should be plssible
it without fashiom. and there is
the forces posed to this purpose have until you may have, a more further to reconcile opposing
procrastination.The nothing humiliating
lost in relative strength and unity.' vivid picture of what views or feelings., to a-
inclination bout
to put making use of Influential -
If this assessment is correct,. we are you are getting Into off your future advantage
things until connections to
offered a tremendous opportunity and the then they will be based you especially when you'
had a chance to obtain a position or gain
task ahead is to make the most of it. We more on fact than 'fancy. -. allow intuition
your or
think ,
more about then access to the top. The THE RICH SOIL...
Hat demonstrate- free world has far If yon risk confusing : Ideals to -
too often is Just an excuse provide accent is on your gainful OF FLORIDA'S EVERGLADES IS HELPING FILL THE NATIONS .
ore to offer humanity than .thr slave all the more. ; the guidance. Thethirt7d'
-.. to do nothing at .and the preservation : SUGAR BOWLS.WITH CUBAN IMPORTS BANNED
world-aad oust do that : >. >* -T periodthatfollows
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ooUrarryi. and dedication. 9-10-33-18-37-91A. : way to miss the boat al- the -lsith' 'seems: ': HELP SAtISFY THE COUNTRY'S SWEET TOOTH.
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: AyQUST 17; 1963 FLOWBI STAR / .' -' .t' ,. ,:,PAlE .3

Surprise,.. ... Birthday. Honoree
J Jthis
.. .. SPEAKiNG
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ended the last week of leisure for employees ington, D. c.:, Jutes Bynui and John Bynoa Jr., \
of the Duval County school system. brothers of the groom and residents of Chicago;
Teachers and other personnel will begin Mondayto Eugene Gonzelez and .Charles lilkerson'of: :Jack-
make preparations for receiving students for sonvllle. JaM E. Pierce, Nathaniel Dudley and
the 1963-64 session. Billy Wells served as junior ushers. II

h Of coursemost of the teachers had enjoyable : The flower girls were Sharon Blackman, New York
summers. Some traveled to distant countries, York City; Carolyn Eps, Tallahassee; and-Tanya I r
some toured our own and adjoining countries, Mitchell of Jack oDvllle. Willlaa. Warren John i i
while still others relaxed at home, on the son III was the ring bearer. 1
beaches, and above all around bridge tables. The Bother of the bride wore a silk linen. t

... ... ..... .... ... .... ""sheath dress with matching accessories. The '
groon's mother was attired in a gold sheath
a 4 Grant Memorial AYE Church provided the setting dress with matching accessories.Mrs. .
for the impressive evening ceremony uniting Miss Eunice Richardson was. the organist for the
Thelmetla Yvette Argrett and Dr. Raleigh Wesley wedding andMiss Kathleen Crockett WAS soloist.The .

Bymn. church was decorated with caadelelabras,
,L The bride is the daughter of Mr. and Mrs. James palms and baskets, of white flowers.A .,

1$ it H. Argrett, Br'' ., 1166 West Ninth Street. Mr. and reception immediately following the wedding I
t __ Mrs. John T. Bynum, Sr. of 298 Osceola, Streetare was held at the home of Mr. and Mrs. W. D. Sweet. .
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parents of the groom. Friends of the family and the bride served as
Hx The bride marched down'the aisle on the arm of hostesses. Miss Sandra Wilson kept the bridal
her father, wearing a white Dean de sole floor- book. Mrs. Carolyn Miller served as the bridal

length gown, designed by her grandmother, Mrs. consultant.Mrs. .
Alkania T. Law. it featured a scoop neckline, Bynum. the former Miss Argrett, is an a-
a cap sleeves, trimmed'with French imported, re- lumna of Howard university where she earned a

embroidered Chantilly lace, oat pearls, seed B.S. degree in Chemistry. She is a member of
pearls and terminating In ,a Wattean train. Her Delta Sigma' Theta Sorority, The American Chemi-

ballerina-length tulle veil, was attached to apillbow cal Society and the NAACP. ,She made her debut

HAPPY BIRTHDAY salutations were tendered Mrs. Leola L. Myers Allen (holding present) recently, of material matching her dress., She during the J960 season and has recently been employed
when friends presented her with a surprise birthday party at 715 N. Lincoln Ct. The evening was carried a bouquet of white orchids, slephanatls, as a substitute teacher in the Duval County -
pleasantly spent with the playing of games serving of a buffet luncheon while'wishingthe honoree feather carnations, ribbon showers 'and a prayer school system.Mr. .
many happy ,returns of the, day. Shown; from left are: Mrs. Carolyn Limbric. Miss Patricia book. Bynum is, an alumnus of Illinois College of
Sharpe. Curtis W. Taylor. Mrs, Allen (the Honoree). Eddie Shelton. Mrs, Ida Myers and Price T. Miss Alkania Irene Argrett served her sisteras Optometry, Chicago, 111., after preoptometrystudies
Benton. Others in attendance were: Miss Betty Bell. Mrs. Frances Seymour. Mrs. Rose Marie Aden maid of honor. Other bridesmaids and atten- at Florida A. and M. University and
Miss Gloria Williams, Mrs, Allie P. Silas. George Sharpe. Theo Jones. Theo Branson! Avin Green, dants Included Misses Elvear Allen of Baltimore; Roosevelt University, Chicago 111. He holds
Mrs. Annie L. Thomas., Mrs. Jessie Wright Rev. Paul Allen.. C/S2 Thomas JLar.lcks: and Garry Wright .... Janet Morris of Boston,; Francies Faulkner of New membership un the Council of Ethies, Alpha Phi
_,--C,ToypI Art studio Photo)' York City; and Mrs. Clara W. Wilkerson of Jack- Omega Fraternity, the NAACP and is a Mason.
f r'"i : sonville. Junior bridesmaids in attendance were After a wedding trip to the Caribbean, the

Kids The Schorones Social Moncrief- at'7 ,.? Day* Misses Phyllis Miller of Washington, D. C. ; Bren- couple will reside in Ft. Dix, New Jersey, where
Hey I Saving Club will sponsoran light at Kings' Road and da Argrett;: ,,.Jacksonville and Pearl.Alexander, the groom is presently on active duty as a I
J.C. Penny's Downtown Store has FREE "MOVIE TICKETS outing to New Smyrna Myrtle at 7:30 a.m. Mrs. Winter Park.Charles '. lieutenant with the United States Army, assignedto
for you f cr j. C. Penny s Back-to-School Showingof Beach, Sunday, Aug. 18. E. Brown president,_asd1 Bynum, brother of the groom, served as the Optometry Clinic. ;
the 'Greatest Show on Earth." Get Your Free Buses will leave Daylight. members are inviting, the: best man. The ushers included Boysie Gibson of The out-of-town guests included: Mrs. Mamie t
Tickets Today. Supermarket 21st and publip. Washington, D. C.; filbert Miller, also of Wash- Gaines, grand aunt of the bride; Dr. and Mrs. J. J

W. Williams of Florencevilla cousins of the l.
Club Schedules bride; Mr. and Mrs. Ronald Dennis Mr. and Mrs.
; 't dlt 'i1itIPliwA .
Ji Memorial TeaST. Jesse Lee Davis Masters Freddie and John Butts,
DAVIS I 1fJJ.:0 all of New York City; Mrs. Pearl T. Reed and Miss
The ,
r'I Bettye Thomas, Winter Park; Fred Milton, Chicago,
C. Memorial Club is
111.; Mr. and Mrs. A. J. Darby, Florencevilla and
I sponsoring a FellowshipTea
Mrs. Georgia Thomas New York City.
Sunday. Aug. 18 at

4 p.m. .in the home of
FURNITURE Mr. and Mrs. John McPher- .. .. .... .ee. .... .... ....
n son. 181 Central St.
t Mrs Clara Paula has Gamma Rho Omega Chapter of Alpha Kappa Alpha

, ': : completed the program Sorority entertained Soror Loretta Jenkins Tim-
th '.... .'.4', >; 1"'I,; .'.'..--1.>>' 'IL -oIl'-J,,: ftt: with following serving as lIOns with a Bridal Shower last Friday in the home
c. "
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of Soror Elizabeth Jasmin.
1- .fo-i. principals:
rtilf.:: ... J1 .." .C" t,";;:':...;rt; }-4', -. ,_ '7. Invocation, Mrs. Fvelyn Present were Sorors Camilla Thompson, Estelle
'. Smith; Club song sung by McKissick.Mabel WrightLillian Robinson., Florence ;
members; introduction! of Turner, Louise Durden, Alma Daniels Will Mae I
speaker, Mrs. Fredonia Green, Ruth Solomon, Julia Hazzard Aldonla Sea-
I h Edwards; speaker Mrs. brook, Johnnie Cowart, Betty Sessions Elizabeth ,
I-- HOLLYWOOD BED Elizabeth Hill of ,the 'Jasmin and the'honoreeVisiting ,
Webster Fleoentary School Sorors included: Juanita M zey, member

I SPECIAL faculty; presentation. of Gamma Omicro Omega Chapter, Winter ,HiVe: '
I + Mrs. Clara Paula.. Florida; and Lucille Cunningham, Delta Kappa
1 Pemarks by club presi- Omega Chapter, Tallahassee, Florida. /
, i i FREE i i Includes dent. Mrs. N.S. Freeland Shower games were played with prizes being won

The club's motto is, by Sorors Maxey, Wright and Seabrook. A delicious ,

DELIVERY ._ Headboard ; 'Let's Strive as We luncheon was served. The honoree received many
Climb The colors are beautiful gifts. I
r ,a Innerspring pink and green.

in Jax Greater Area Mattress, Registration Slated .

Limit 2 At t Kindergarten V
c r-- -- Box S pnng'Customer.
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a... L Hughes, supervisor, at 5.00 DOWN 36 MONTHS TO PAY
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Cedar Robe . $39.95Cedar .
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Chest . $22.95 r ILA will hold their annual The Following Represents a Few i

BEAUTIFUL Channel back chair, ss outing Saturday of Our Outstanding BargainsREG. i

1 AtiWJEAtHER solid foam seat, walnut legs and z ; T Aug. 17 to New Smyrna NOW
CASUAL f ABLE knuckle arms.Special Beach
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Ave. at 7:45 First Deluxe Refrigerators 389 gjj

,< .. .EARLY AMERICAN Wingback and Walnut at 8:00 a.m.

longe chair, foam seat and back The Myrtle Westside and 21st bus at leaves 7:45: ((2)) 6E 30" Pushbutton $19995 9908

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I Fashion i Show Principals CwkiJ's Choir 2 Choir Schedules Program .

.. Will t Presentr t tj w'-7""4". ;k'"1-,; .. ...;.. >.' ?K

It Sanday -4
'_"? ; \
Mrs. E.U. Harper will be
yy z principal speaker when

Choir 2 of Central CUE
Church presents a guest

tea Sunday. Aug. 18 at

r.:' 3:30 p.II. in the church

audi toriuli.

Miss Frances Scriven a

will serve as aistress of

cereaoaies. Other program

highlights will be pro- S.. 2

vided by Mrs. Juanita

Wyatt, Mrs. Lora Harris (

Mrs. Fssie Mae Tucker.

Wllliaa Moya Frnest
S Wyatt, Mrs Claree Baker
Mrs. Daisy Wallace. Mrs.
Myrtis B. fihootes Mrs.E. 'F

.W. Troup and the Fbe- r .i*.
neezer: Trio and Rev. San- i
ford SaIl th: .

The hostess staff which .. I
FABULOUS FLARES OF FASHIONS will be presented in Mt. Carmel Baptist will serve under the direction ..""<.
._ ...
Church auditorium. 1500 Harrison St.. Monday. Aug. 26 at 8 p.a. Among of Paul L. Bradley : ; "i" << !

program principals appearing as models will be. top row from left: dean will include: FIFTH ANNIVERSARY Program of Choir 2 of Sweet- Gray president; Mrs. Veora Jackson Mrs. Accy

Jacqueline M. Calvin Freddie Mae Jacobs Betty Jean Rose. ,Bottom row Mrs. Sarah Hood. Miss field Baptist Church will be observed Monday. Ferrell Mrs. A. B. Bennett. Mrs. Irish Thompson,

from left: Margaret Jacobs Mary Louise Jacobs and Alfred Jones. The Barbara Jean Hall Mrs. Aug. 19 at 8 p.m. in the church auditorium. Organized Mrs. Mary Mungin and Mrs. Viola Tate. Back row .!

event will be narrated by Mrs. Fstelle Williams McKissick and Mrs. Johnnie Mae Bancom. Miss by Rev. D. B. Barnes, pastor, the varied from left: Mrs. Eliza Major, Mrs. Johnnie Mae ,

Theresa Mackey. Patsy Johnson. Mrs. Ella program will feature Choir 2 of Evergreen Baptist Stubbs, Mrs. Ruby Jones, Mrs. Viola Spencer and

Jean Jackson Mrs. Evelyn Church as serving choir and Usher Board 2 if Sweet- Rev. D. B. Barnes. Mrs. Vivian Jenkins at the con

Fountain Chapel Martin and Paul L. Brad- field will be the serving board. Choirs of the sole. Mrs. Mary Lee Brooks, Mrs. Helen Brown aad
lx Ptesbyteri n uJ.m !0 TE S city will be presented preceeding the message. Rev. Eugene Murphy, others members,are not shown 1

AHE ChurchRev. ley.Hilly Howard is the Members shown front row from left are: Mrs. Doris in photo. (Royal Art Studio Photo)

Ry L.N. PEARSON. SR. two choirs will rehearse F.\f.. Jones pastor, sponsoring organization's 1

The new Woodlawn United August 20th at 8 p.m. in announces that an old, president and Rev. W.C. Simpson Hosting Program-- < _Honoree. Church Of Christ Farewell Party
the church. fashioned gospel service Flanagan is host pastor. if
Presbyterian Church now Written In Heaven
Beginning at 8:00 p.m. will be held in the Mrs. Mary L. Black will A Bon Voyage party for
has been dedicated to Sunday August 18th. the church Sunday Aug. 18 be organistaccompanistand District( MeetingSimpson Sunday will be observedas Joseph.Nelson is sched-

take its place among Westminster Choir will with events to take place Richard T. Hadley. pastorial day Sundayat uled for Friday. Aug. (
modern churches. It is Methodist Church
built on side of, the render a musical programin throughout the day.Ladles director of nusic.Swcctfield Kings Road and Cleveland the Church of C.hrist'Written 16 at 8 p.m. in Trinity
the Fellowship Hall will be priviledged to in Heaven 1459 Baptist Church. Duval !
Street is host to the I
roads Cleveland. and Observes
of the Church. The entire wear print dresses and North Kings Road Bishop J.C. and Jefferson during I t
woodlawn to. .be ,a friendto Florida District
Church is asked to at- the men may wear overalls Hws Day Aug. 25 Conference which will Blakely pastor. which time an elaborate f'
man and convert soulsto
Christ tend. The proceeds will thus affording all Under supervision of convene Thursday through .y Bishop Blakely will deliver program will be pre-
be directed to the church the opportunity, comfort- the sermon during sented.
This church will begin Deacon R. Mc innon. ,Saturday morning. Aug.
treasure and the West- able throughout the day. the noontime morning
its services. Sunday. minister choir treasure. chairman, and Deacon 15-16-17. Rev. J. B. F. worship. Mrs. Dorothy Emma McClendon; mistress
August 18th with the SUNDAY'S PPOGRAM Hose Brooks co chairman Williams is districtsuperintendent will of ceremonies Miss
Every menber is asked to Blakely serve as
Church School at 9:30 Men's Day committees of Rev. Marthy Murray; welcome
come and bring a friend. Sunday School will open pianoaccompanist.N.
with the superintendent. Sweetfield Churchare Joshua Reddick is host
a.m. : Baptist address. Miss Aanett
The pairs and Spares are at 9:30 a.m. Parents are POPULAP. pianist-accom- Welsey will give the Taylor. -
T. V. Huger in sponsoring an outing to completing plans for Minister. main address when Choir .
urged to have their panist Jacqueline Inez
charge. Mr. Huger Is Little Talbot Island on their 33rd annual program Pegistration will beginon Presentations by. Hanson \\.1)
and Usher
2 Board 2
children dressed in com- Fort will be cited withan pre-
asking that all childrenin Saturday August 24th. fortable attire. The which will be celebrated Thursday evening at arrreciation program sent a joint anniversary Brown president of Choir I
the upper grades bring leave the Aug. 25th with a 6 o'clock. The church 2. Frank
The buses will Sundayf Brown Jr. .
11 a. m. service will Monday night. Aug. 19 at program starting at 3 p.m t
their Bibles. series of ac- will be opened for regis-
Presbyterian daylong president of Usher Board
Woodlawn in the church auditorium.The .
start in the old fashion 8 o'clock in Mt. Ararat f
The Morning.worship Ser Church Cleveland and tivities. Rev. D.B. tration until 9 clock. choir will be cele- 2. Mrs. S.M. Brown, di-
way devotions Baptist Church Education (
vice begins at 10:50 a.m. Woodlawn Roads at 10:00a.m. Barnes, host pastor Service will begin at brating its fourth and rector of the Youth De
preaching and music being Building. The Gospel
with theh prelude. Rev. The round trip bus carried out in a gospel say, '.L. Jones will de- 9 o'clock Friday morning Echoes. Bivens Specialsare the usher board its partment.

Wilson the pastor will fare will be adults $1.00 service manner. liver the message during, with message by Rev. F. the program's co first, anniversaries re- Guests will be the :

bring the message sup children 50*. Grace the 11 a.a. service; Rev, J. Sheppard DistrictRuperintendent spectively. Frances St. Church of !
Dinners will be served sponsors. A number of
ported by the United and Mercy and Peace be upon J.A. Wright of Palatka. of the God in Christ who will :
free under, the beautiful the city's gospel groups Program features follow:
South Florida District.
Westminster Choirs. The. :UJL9n that day will preach during the Scripture. Mrs. D.L. give the response.The .
shade trees on the lawn, and study and individuals will
service and groups .
2:30 p.a. public Is invited.UR..Ii.y.fl..ZkI&
under an old gospel set- Pev. E.R.. Simpson will be will be the order of the appear on the program. Blakely; prayer. Mrs. J

WHEN YOU ARE ting. The public is in- conference. The groups JJ
R ILL the evening worship Hey Kids !
vited to join in the '. [ A
speaker beginning at"..constitute: Youth Pducat&m J.for J.
) church's all-day. a-c- ,. : Evangelism, Social J J.C. Penny's Downtown Store has FREE MOVIE TICKETS
You Seek The Best Doctor 5:,30 p.a.Activities fver I i
When Your Doctor PrescribesGet tivities. for the day. Concern Finance stew- i you for J. C. Penny's Back-to-School Showing j I[

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Dr. C. E. Black Best Quality Drugs General Assembly

Proprietor The Sunshine Spiritual ; NEW TIRE SALE

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; AUGUST 17, 19&3 r FLORIDA STAR ". 4 .

t hicago Quadt Mother t Faces Christianity Attacked State Captivates t,i Visitor i J. C. Smith AirliM (. .r

ersening i Financial i i i Strains By Muslim LeaderMilwaukeeANPChristt' '>' "- College Gets Drops BirsIWLLAS
CIf CAGO--(ANPFe') here1t i
expressed -. ff' LI 750,000 Loan Tex.--The first
week that Mrs. slaves Harris 19- wry has been used by the white known Negro stewardess
Yeql d mother' of identical quadruplets man tokeep the American Negroin I WashingtonANP) -- A
.; three million dollar has graduated fro-a *a American -
m ..1.. v.t'o: accept Dependent t Child- his place, me Wisconsin? ,-,1' j quarter
Aij der of the Black Muslims said', 1% :, t.t''' housing loan for construction airlines train-
re Duds because 'of Ike. :family s..worsen- last week. :j a new student center at Johnson ing course.

in #|ifiancial ,status. Appearing on "MilwaukeeReports" .' ts- :, C. Smith University, In Miss Joaa Dorsey, 21,
"\ Milton tt Charlotte N.C., was approvedlast
Mr iHarrls' mother, of Flagstaff, Ariz. ,
X voiced the Muslim, demand week in Washington.
!, Mrs il iellle Smith, has; FNI CollegeIs for "some earth that we can Construction of the $750,000 told Dallas newwen that

bee su'pporting'. the young call our own." He said effortsto {t lI: 4acy college union building, at the "the girls were won-
) not r r.r thq' quads and Renamed integrate were futile. privately endowed coeducational derful all the way

anc'tfcer Harris childj'; du Augustine (ANPThe "Since the black man has been school is expected to and through school, adding -
months to
Shakn*:since the Harrises!. tristees of Florida Normal and here more than 400 years, aridthere's begin within "I liked thee
be completed about 10 months very
:1 riafMemorialcoUegean- never been any getting
separated ,,
.last March.
ouch and think
later. they
nounced last week that the institution along with the slave masterc
Mrs{Bni.tl>} 'says she has; .' has been renamed and since we have never learned The new student center will liked lIIe."

,been';paying ;$160 per Florida. Memorial college. to live in peace, then let us go be a two-story,L-shaped struc- She concluded that ao
1 monthjrent-- ,on, her Daugh- Florida Memorial college is out on our own and form our ture with faced brick panels incidents marred her !I

ter' sl-apartraent, plusher ,a (our-uear Baptist-related institution own black government," and will open. onto a land- training. ;
scaped. terrace.I
he said.
accredited by the
f I own rent, which adds fi'i
Southern Association of "Christianity is the whiteroan's
\ up toa$2| 'tS. 50.. .- Colleges and Schools and the religion and has been the Coopfete

Several,.'cinpanies have Florida State Department of Ed- whip he used to keep the Negroin

made minor:contributions ucation." his place. After all the KITCHEN MODERNIZATIONDirect

to the quadruplets, but 'The college was founded as injustice the white man has i P 3 s s.rj
t no long :range: plans for the Florida Baptist Academy in used on the so-called. Negro, v Factory to YH<
3 > -i992an the Bethel Institutional he has still always wanted himto ; '
their care and 'support II gIkS/ CUSTOM CABINETS
<< be
Baptist church of Jacksonville.Into a good Christian.
has been worked., ,this institution was merged "He has told the Negro he of Formica or Wood
Mrs. Smith reports shesupporting fa 1941 the Florida Baptist Institute will get it all in heaven. But

11 persons on of Live Oak which was now Mr. Muhammad (leader of fi
her husband's '(Lawrence) founded in 1879 by American the "Nation of Islam" In the o REFRIGERATORS RANGES

f, car-hop take home pay. of Baptist Home Mission Society.The United States) says the Negro Dish Washers Sinks Heeds
college has been located in doesn't have to wait until he
}I $90 a week. Saint Augustine for more than dies. He should have it all VACATIONiNG--Mrs. Gerry Mitchell (left), is another of the thousands VINYL-ASBESTOS FLOOR TILES

I The father of the quads, 45 years on its present CAm- right here." of summer vacationers who has been captivated by the natives' hospi- PAINTINGNO
Bernard Harris, 23, hps Milton X -- Milton Howard,
pus. tality and lush beauty of Florida. The house guest of Mrs. Barbara
promised to give his manager of a south side Chicago DOWN PAYMENT-LOW MONTHLY PAYMENT
'! :St. Louis Pool market--said some white men Reid, the Memphis, Tenn. socialite also spent several days in Miami,
family $20 a week, but; another in the round of social ,
events tendered in her
supported integration"becausethe honor. The above ALL Home Improvement Service ,
thus far,* has only> contributed Drops lars
'; white man sees the hand- scene took place in Mrs Reid's residence during. a party held in

one. week's sup- St. LouisANP( )-- A Negro writing on the wall. He wantsto Mrs. Mitchell's honor. Also presentwere Mesdames Betty Bolton, Dorothy 2054 PHOENIX AVENUE, JACKSONVILLE
Harrisan assembler the "blind the
keep to
\ port. Negro '
1 last week swam in the swimming Reese, Lillie M. Hamilton, Juanita Randolph, Verdi Cruse and Frankye For Free Estimates Telephone 33551144r.l7.17.
at International Hant(5- fact that his day has arrived,
pool of the Chain of Rocks Granett.
ter co, allegedly has Amusement Park here for the he said. .
Asked why the Muslim movement .
$90 per+week take-home first time since it was opened was composed mostly of Ocala Faces '. '
i _his' in 1927, and ended more thana
pay. But. wages are lower class persons Milton X TtmE.TSPEciAiq4ttJA&

I, reportedly* tied, up by the njonth center.of demonstrations at said: "The man in the gutteris Picketing Problem

creditors. '* more likely to see the white
As Carl Henderson, 13. the Ocala, Fla. -- NAACP pro-
man as he is. But the middle
Meanwhile, a welfare son of the president of the St. tests against racial discrimi- I
class have a bigger crumb from
i I spokesman explained that Louis chapter of the NAACP, the table." nation here are meeting with S .
waded into the and stiff resistance officials .
because of the unusualess swam He said the Negro intellectual by city
without incident, pickets were who, have resorted to quasi-
of the'case.. Mrs. who advocated Integration was : "
I sent home. legal tactics to halt demon- .
rrison could get wel- brainwashed.
Morris Henderson had taken strations. RGTIl
I e aid, although she is his son there to test the sin- Club Announces "Last week 30 members of the I .

y j legally married. She cerity of the owners who had NAACP youth council were arrested l
cdtld also draw money promised to Integrate the pool. Mary M. Bethune for picketing. Theywere

frVm an emergency aid Announcement of the desegre- charged with violation of a city
1 S fu\d\ investigators rs gation was made after a meetingof Essay ContestWashingtonANPA statute requiring that the name
the and the Ami and address of the
\ fe warrants it. park owners ( New organizationbe
Harris family has Discrimination Division of the York foundation has contributed printed on the placards.The .
T St. Louis Council onHumanRe- be following day Rev. F.
to firstprize
$2,500 given as
re ived limited help lations. to the high school student writ- George Pinkston, president of
I frcj outside 'sources.This The meeting heard a com- ing the best essay on the life the Ocala NAACP branch and a .y ,

in udes diaper service plaint by the elder Hendersonthat and work of famed Negro edu- special field secretary,was arrested { I:
frcj Johnson and Johnson he was refitted admissionto cator, Mary McLeod Bethune. together with the presi- ;
the pool July 14. dent of the youth council and 37 D \
The contest is being
of Modilak essay
anda :supply .
other .
Kenneth Thone of youths.Mr.
manager sponsored by the National Council -
Ban Formula from the. park and president of the of Negro Women, Inc., an Pinkston was charged as
Bat] Foods. Both'services corportation that owns it,said: organization founded by Mrs. accessory to the publication,
arenow running out. "We're. as anxious. for integration Bethune., uttering and distribution of

11 I ; to work. as anyone,isr The contest is open to all literature that would inflame L

'" t ti:.,,, .; (I" t ... t. L.. high school students throughoutthe *hatred and passion. Although
HY-' '. KjdsIs. I country. Theme of the ie stated that the pickets has, .. TERRIFIC SCHOOL lAGS j
compiled with the statute requiring -
l. y :: -, essays will be: "What the Life r
1\\ isT.lo_ 'reti4f hdyotl' kids that you' can get your and Works of Mary" McLeod police, nonetheless name and arrestedthe address, AND ATTACHE CASES S
Bethune Mean to Me.
MOVIE_ TICKETS at the J. C. Penn Downtown pickets.On .
All will be limited to ZIPPERED ATTACHE CASE. I
r St for the Back to School Show. See ."The essays
re '50 words, and must be sent to Monday, July 29, a dep-
Greatest Show on Earth" I the national office of the Coun- uty sheriff had told Mr. Vinyl-coated Sur-v-lon. Insidepocket
Pinkston that he was swearing brass zipper. 15% x 11 x3*.
cil, at 1318 Vermont A ve.,N.W.,
Washington)\ 5, D. C. out a warrant for his arrest. Ginger, Italian tan, red, black.
INDEPENDENT Oil ,CO. Miss Height said winners in The deputy made subsequently denied 2.9S* S

KEROSENE : DELIVERY. :.., the nation-wide contest will be having this statement.
HOME! announced at the Council's Francisco Rodriquez, Tampa TONE SCHOOL BAG.

MECHANIC ON DUTY national meeting in November, attorney, is representing the Vin'J-roated. Lunch pocket, name
Ikk Joseph -----------------Proprietor arrested persons who are lng
here in Washington, D. C.Negro ? plate, handle and shoulder strap.
held on $300 bond each. '.
Stkte ;
and Jefferson Streets El 6-9432 Gingertan, red/ black, blue/red. i

PromotedIn Howard Names Reg 1.98 .77

I Louisville A Hew Dean .. < <3 : SUPER-SIZE SCHOOL BAG. I

Vinyl-coated. pocket ,
Louisville Ky.ANP)---- Washington -- (ANP) -- .t
: George T. Cordery, Jr., has Howard University officials an- .. shoulder strap, pencil pocket. !
( I been promoted from assistant nounced last week the appoint- Ginger blue/ red. 15 x 12% x 5".

Mer Von'sPharmacy superintendent to super- ment of Clarence C. Ferguson, Reg. 2.98 g.77 S f
:JJJ JJ intendent of the Baxter Station Jr., 39, of Wilmington, N.C., ',.,
Post Office, Postmaster general counsel of the U. S. ALUMINUM FRAME BRIEF BAG.
Bremer Ehrler announced and Ir
last Civil Rights Commission Vinyl-coated. Extension lock, 3
week. of law
professor at Rutgers
: black, light
4fJ7 .: ..Cordery, 44, is the first University, as dean of the pockets. Light ginger
'J'; Negro to serve as postal Howard School of Law. He blue, red. 16 x 12 x 6W. *

,I .}, fi superintendent here. He will succeeds Spottswood W. ": ., PLVS TAX Reg.'3.98 377

i 2135 West Edgewood Avenue succeed Joseph T. McHugh.A Robinson, in, who is being con I
( postal employee for 21 sidered for appointment.to a ,

I Let Us Fill Your. Next PrescriptionWe years started as a substitute U.S.. District court judgeship. 500 Sheet Package SH.EAFFEFSLoose
letter carrier in 1942. He Ferguson who assumes the : ;; ;' .
I entered the Army as a pri- post as dean and professor cf o < Q:
I Pen Set I IJ
Pick Up' & Deliver Free vate and won a Bronze Star law at Howard on October 15, Leaf Par ; -;: \ Cartridge
i Patent Medicines for three years of service in the has been a practicing attorney ; \ : : : '
\ Wide Assortment Of South Pacific. He is now a in Massachusetts and New York 5 Refills FREED

Cosmetics Sundries '- ConfectioneryPLEASE reserve major in Army military since 1951. \ .. ;
S3* ;J
In 1954 he tel.
was appointed an
'I I Intelligence.He is a former.president of assistant U.S. Attorney for the 6 Re&IIiJlf 1.41 ;1 188'C

Dial PO 5-4485 or PO 5-1582 the Louisville branch of the Southern District of New York, ., J '"

I I. D. Harris, Reg. Pharm. NAACP and is a former trustee serving In that capacity until >. i +t :
he joined the law school
I of Branch 14 of the National faculty SSC.

.. ssoc1ation of Letter Carriers. ., of Rutgers University in 1955. :
Last year he began a leave of

absence from Rutgers to serveas .
general counsel of the Civil <,. ; t'
\ I' .1- No more may fingers,
Rights .
,; t' n r y5, tippy bonks, sloppy 1 pen
Shriners J 0 i nSkilled R : 5 6 F points. loaf slip is a neat
: ink cartridge in a jiffy. Pew-
\ Workers v*''" { comes with two otrtrMlfeft
: of five additional
and a box
Job Hunt hand fornotebook ..;. _
of on '
Have' plenty paper refill See-thro I b rret let*
1 MARKEtS ChicagoANP) --The Imperial assignments, etc. Five hole >ou keep i hole level in View.

SIMPER Potentate of the Prince punched for 2 or 3 ring binders.
Hall Shriners this week urgedhis 10x8* ruled iI !sheets with margin j
organization's leaders to

j help push the rate of progress :
U.S. GOOD BALLORD"huck toward fair employment.Genoa ,
S. Washington directed ; '
that leaders of the 18.000-mem-
430 FLOUR Pkg. ber Masonic order be prepared LOOSE LEAF ,' .f_ FILLER AND

to discuss their plans for increasing -
; ; -:
lb. $5.00 or more food order the rate of Negro em- BINDER ; ak := .
ployment in their respectivelocal
areas when they arrive LOG I 39
at the organization's annual } VQA

CY GRADE 'A' SLICED convention August 18. in Pitts M A.I. A fig notebook wfcfc
burgh. Cloth bound 3-ing binder 5 holes to hold loose leaf
OLEO 1 There are many instances completeith rings and .. \ pafm-a student's addi
49C 100; where firms confronted by the 50 sheets. 4-subject: 0 .>ru tfonal notes. Great
and > in- r'dassiber
;ACON I.. 1 ,lb. SOLID demands, have of militant agreed to organizations hire- cover.C p peru)'l -....----- bination for a stewknside !

more Negroes and have requested ... .. __. ....... -
I 1"-- -w.'i1'.11L .ni +
WMOlE these militant organizations =- .
KENZIE BEACON to send them potential --, .. ; L. ,
** -
employees with certain: skills

Washington said. ,_
15 BLEACH 190 : "The tragedy this situation H&6P0WeX? WORTH&QSSATWOOL

&CKEYE PEAS 5 developed when these organizations 'J4.

: &avc been unable to Kl WORTH'SPHILIPS .. :...

eke. produce the Negro employeswith y M ... t
.I7' .I'7 '
Washington added. /. 7..1'

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Board Plans Observance
Celebrants OBITUARIESMrs.
Fourth Anniversary .

: ,...
j-''U'I '- Geneva A. Simmons; 1027 Troyan Street.
-_:41"w R
1447 W. 1st Ftreet. Cornelius Parham John- ,

p r Alex Evans; 1836 Meharry son; 1424 Madison Street.

I : Avenue. Blondell Allen; Bunnell. 1V

James N... Gamble; 1653 Bailey Jefferson; Es-

Tyler Street. panola. I "

n'S, Mrs. Lizzie Manuel; 904 Miss Tina Marcia Kelsey; : J '.
: West Beaver. 84 Magnolia Street. _'t ..

: :: Rufus William Wilder; Mrs. Ernestine Jones; ) *
3416 Chase Avenue. 1830 Cleveland Street.
II .X S 5; Mrs. Ola Fuller; 1548 ". Mrs. Ida Pearl Feagin .
.''. 22nd Street. 4300 Moncrief Road.

a frS ;:: Mrs. Queen Hendricks; Lawrence Hogan; 423 W. { "' \ ..' .
4I ,
A" 1637 W. 34th Street. Orange.' ... ,.. '\" (.
Jessie Nichols; 1144 Ulyle Paulhill ; 364 i' ,
I II Ii .I
Lincoln Court. Spruce Street.

5 4/ : Mrs. Idella Mays; 1256 W. Raymond Bridges; 1202 W. i
29th street. 22nd Street.

i Oza 'Burton; Wesconnett. :-Mrs. Lula Fisher; Rt.
John Oliver Johnson; 1707 Box 1144. Fastport.

r\ : : Powhattan Street. Jerry Jackson; 1712 W. + '

r Mrs. Mary Gillespie; 5780 9th Street.
STETJPDRSS' : BOARD 1 of Kt Paul MIF Church will observe its Rfitb anniverarySinday.
t_ Opery street. Mrs. Mary Harrington;
Aug 18 at 3:30: p.m. with a presentation in the church auditorium.
Edward Sylvester Hughes 1042 W. 27th Street.
llrs. Mary T. Singleton is the unit's president and Mrs. C vice-
Bogans is
) THE' SUNBEAM SINGERS supported by numerous local gospel groups will cele- Rte. 1, Box 7, SandersonMrs. Mrs. Lottie Riley; 1026
fourth recital president and program ch uman. The public is invited. Rev R J Blaine is
brate their anniversary with a gospel SUnday night. August Mattie K. Williams Scriven.

f 18 at 8 o'clock in Mt. Ararat Baptist Church education building. other 1302 F. 31st Street. Johnny Floyd Thomas; 612 host pastor.
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groups and the public are invited. Mrs. Isabella Thomas; Court F.Agency. '
':, -- First Baptist .I7 .w'

Mother MidwayAME Complete Anniversary Program Plans Church Services BUY HERE PAY HERE \

Trustees', Day will be : x' Immediate DeliveryNo
observed through SUnday '
Interest No Carrying Charge
Rev. J.ff. Jones pastor, t.

missionaries Trustees announced class,this choirs leaders week.and, x, .N Spence Auto Sales?

ushers will serve, it was 2
Y stated. e 4th & MAIN STREET


Sunday School 9:30 --:.:----== -'. "

t a.m. ; morning worship, < TAst :WH t H .e NEDt, I LEMON AND liME 1 1u

11 0' clock, sermon by Ir _
the pastor. Junior Choir A )

: and ushers to serve; ACE t Ra !
I ,League meets at 3 p.m. RFV. H.T. BRANCH 1IJrA'

S :j with Junior Choir to open ... .Guest EvangelistBy G
I meeting; Stewardess Board, : Rosa L. Coffie <

1 will sponsor' a Baby r Rev. Harold T. Branch, I m.
Contest beginning
) pastor of St. John Bap-
4 p.m.; evening worship tist Church Corpus \

starts at 6 p.m. j1.r j1/ ,' 'M' ".3c"...---.. "' ,..,.-." ., Christ. Texas will be every

The pastor Is requesting tall 4, .. ) '.. guest evangelist speakerin
: t';' .TEEM
choirs, ushers and ? the CityWide Youth-Led tingling
congregation members to' Revival in First Baptist I
him to time!
accompany Macedonia Church Rev. C.B. flail ey, ,
Baptist Church for 14, pastor beginning Monday, -
i an after service 'program !t.f. l t9Mlt NrJ.t: #J iTH.&t"S WHY It'O GaQn
I!It 1. 1MSMBERS Aug. 19 through Aug. 25
.... ,_ I -- ..-. -
in honor of the church
---' -
and pastor's Joint anni- OF THE GOOD NEIGHBORS SAVINGS CLUB will be Hrs.Ola L. Hoiliman, who will be introduced by starting nightly at 7:30

service. observe its third anniversary Sunday, in the Garden Mrs. S. L. Wilcox. A varied program will be .. 0' clock.
versary. .,., _. "-'" '. Center, 344 W. 17th St. Guest speaker will featured and friends and the public are invited. The Youth of this church : JAX VARIETY STORE
r' .i! will lead us in a cam- I
---- 1805 N. Myrtle Ave. Ptae 354-1849
r RequirementsAre paign for the souls of
I ; Appoints SUMMER SALE!
lost men, women and -
TWO MINUTES .R LoweredWASHINGTON young people. Reg. 790 Seamless HOSE

r au 4r The U. s. Regional Director Our theme will be 2 FOR $1.00

s WITH THE BIBLEBY Coast Guard has loweredits Appointment of AlexanderD. 'Winning Others to Children SHORT SETS '
requirements for vision -
CORNELIUS R. STAM. PRES. Gaither veteran Chri$t. (set) 1.00 Children I
sUSAN BlftlE SOCIETY and hearing in order :
CHICAGO 35. ILLINOISDisciples training director and TENNIS SHOES (pr. ) l.OO!
to enlist many out-
r standing men who would educator, as an Inter- Committee MeetsMrs. + Reg. 2.98 Ladies TENNIS,;

and Apostles otherwise enlist in group Relations Specialist Ladies (SHOESpr. ) 2.00 Re" 1
for the Atlanta. Ellen M. Norton,
other branches of the 3.98 Men' s SPORT SHIRTS
"And when it was day, He called unto Him His Georgia regional officeof general chairman of the ;SHORT t 2.50 '
armed forces which have Reg. 59 YARD GOODS
disciples; and of them He chose twelve, whom also the Housing and Home Coronation Committee for
less stringent, standards. SETS 2 _FOR 1.00 Reg. 3.98MEN'
'. He named apostles" (Luke 6:13). The'revised Finance Agency (HHFA) was the Young Peoples' Department .
k vision requirements 1.98 ( S WORK PANTS 1. 98 Reg. f
ROBERT G. ANDERSON, Many people fail to distinguish between our stipulate announced by Commissioner of the Union St.. I I
applicants 4.98 Children NYLON
presently employed in a Lord's disciples and His apostles. They suppose must have 20100or William L. Slayton of James Association, is (set I
.00[ 3.981
Sizes 3-6x I
summer Job in Washington they' are the same. This is incorrect, however, better uncorrected the Urban Renewal Ad calling a special I ( ) Reg. I

has been accepted for our Lord had a multitude of disciples while vision, in each eye, with ministration.As business session of committee hildren NYLON DRESSES 2.0 I
for enrollment into He had only a few apostles. His apostles were good binocular vision, staff adviser to the members for 5 p.m. (Sizes 1-3) 20* OFF old|

previously all-white chosen from among His disciples as we learn from which can be correctedto Regional Director of Urban Saturday, in Emanuel Baptist All MEN Line WALLETS Re Have "IComplete I I
of South the above from Luke's gospel.A Renewal Mr. Gaither Church. of BACK TO
University passage at least 20/30 in one SCHOOL SUPP1.IF.f'flreclal I !
Carolina, according to disciple is a follower;. an apostle Is a ,eye and at least 20/40 serves as focal point in All members are requested on ( V-ffreet-Kntejyok paper I
university officials. "sent one. A disciple is a learner; an' apostle the HHFA regional office to be 'present. I I

is a teacher. There is a great lesson here I .j

for us all to learn.We T

must come before we can go. We mist follow
I before we can be sent. We must learn before we I
t \ Cay can teach. We must listen to the Lord before we Wauttglutt

\ I can speak for the Lord.

\\ at "Thus saith the Lord" was the familiar

phrase with which the old Testament prophetswe

\ find Samuela young lad, saying. : "Speak Lord, WATERFRONT COMMUNITY- LUXURY TOWNHOUSES

for Thy Servant eareth" (1 Sam. 3:9). "' "" --
Before we can do or say anything for God, .then, IL..Jti! .
',' ,.
we Bust listen to God.This explains why the reading Y .I f

and study of the Word of God is so important.
First, salvation Itself comes by hearing and

ABOUT PITTS"John believing God's lord, especially about Christ,

Louis Pitts drives and His death for our sins. ROB. 10:17 says: I

New Deal Cab 122 Night "Faith cometh by hearing, and hearing by the 3

and for the past 5 years Word of God," and 1 Pet. 1:23: "Being born _

I he's been taking you again, not of corruptible seed, but of incor-

where you want to go. ruptible, by the Word of God which liveth and r- ._ ; -_ _
conveniently and comfort abideth forever." Then, having been saved, we < 1

;\ ably. Driving for New can serve God acceptably only by: diligent study t ., z

,I Deal is kind of a family of His Word. Perhaps the most important passageIn
tradition with John. His the Bible on this subject is II Tim. 2:15:

dad, the late Louis "Study to show thyself approved unto God; a

Pitts, was with New Deal workman that needeth not to be ashamed, rightly

for ,20 years. Most of you dividing the Word of Truth." I

probably remember him 1
well. First Nllf.A"III.11 England To Publish f ,

Mr. Pitts owns his home .
at 1243 West 24th Street.He !. Dr. (fag's New Book .r. J

is the proud daddy: of
GttrtIGHnI Chosen Book Of Month "hones with such luxury feature as:
John Louis Jr. age 3 and HERB IS A TOTALLY NEW CONCEPT in hone building. Six beautiful THERE ASK 2, 3 AND BEDROOM

lovely Jacqueline age 2. ATLANTA An Atlanta ATLANTA Ga. Dr. Mar- model hoses are presented here as a Beans to a new way of life Terrazzo floors downstairs and hardwood floors upstair Lars (

The Pitts attend Mt. policeman has become the tin Luther King. Jr's for you. Though linked together for a close community relationship living rooi. dining room and kitchen facilities are provided im J

Ararat Baptist Church. first Negro member of latest book, Qtrength To these hoaes are designed in different styling and floor all aodels. Colorful bath fixtures and ceramic tile of your,
L2m. which was published choice -also Formica vanities. Built-in electric oven aid ras.J
John enjoys a game of the Georgia National ..plans to assure owners sore individuality. -
golf and likes to play Guard In 58 years It in June by Harper & Row complete beating units in each borne, fenced bkfr.* a4 APihe1ET

football when he has the was announced. publishers, soon will be AND BEADT1PDL. Washington Heights located amidst a lovely landscaped front yards. 1

chance. Pvt. Eugene Bell according published in England by tree-shaded section of the Rlbaolt River. This hose location I 4''

Cab 122 Night is a good to Guard Commander the London Publishing provides all the health-giving benefits that Bother nature offers DIRECTIONS: I .;
number to remember'nerve HaJ. Gen. George J. Firm' "of Hodder ft stough- in these IR1ITamdiDp. RIDS JACKSONVILLE: A1 NO. !36 B Ho Cass Nd.oa l,

Us you dial EL 4-1611. Ream, has been assigned ton it was disclosed WE HAVE A COMMUNITY SWittHKS! FOB! TO IBK ram DOC>* or POOR I

a* .... *. wrafefc ... hall ... to a military policec today. NBI> HOB Uf.fABCiaraM HZXCBTS, Fw iwa P1It
s1w Swid.y ....... .. ,i30 Almost simultaneouslywith AND MIN TURE LEAGUE AND SOFTBALL DIAMOND
.. o.a.... 4. fufetfa* ICaaKalpt.
Bell 25, who has had the announcement of,
Aid Ho Cktt C *
no previous military experience the English printing came Sales Office 4523 Hsecrief Rd. (West) J 5P, pm S 65 per week .
NEW DEAL plans to takea the disclosure also that 56 I0. 1 1 inc v taxes 1
Pipe PO 8-3470 PO 8-3471 YA and ins- /
six month basic train- Strength To Love had ,been! !. or ,
Ml MUMMY lac course at Fort Jackson selected as the Book-Of- -:0.' Jackso.ville; Florida I

1 1 15 Kfc*M.aw..4-11 1 s.c.. The-Month for August

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Famed Hat Designeur BIRTHS APPLICATIONS FORMARRIAGE Outstanding Lawmen Cited

r, LICENSES -- .
: 7-
.o.d Mr. and Mrs. Woodrew p :
Cannon; 2125 Jerusalem Raleigh W. Bynum. 298 .
Street; Boy. Osceola St. 27 and > I

Mr. and Mrs. L.J. Young; Thelmatia Y. Argrett. R 1

sJ 1459 W. 20th St. ; Girl. 1166 W. 9th street 21. i

Mr. and Mrs. Laster Alonzo F. King, 2581

Albertie; 1117 Logan St. Calvin St. 21 and
Boy. Francina M. Carter. 1348

Mr. and Mrs. Henry 'Crawford Tyler street 22.

__-j : ; lI lIti ; 2075 W. 14th St. ; Bobby L. Harris 1658 W.
J J Boy. 11th St., 21 and Edna L.

1109 St..
Mr. and Mrs. Torrence Nimmons Pippin
, k
r---- Davis; 6256 Pettiford 19.
Dr. W. Lonnie J. Griffin 551W.
Mr. ;and Boy.Mrs. Willie 16th St. 21 and Eddie #

-4J!;" x r 3!" Cortch Girl. ; 2121 Stubbs St.* ; Bell house Bolden Road, 20., 2185 More- j + .-.w.,...,.... -

Mr. and Mrs. L.B. Ben- John Patrick 2544

nett; 1477, Evergreen Thames St. 48 and.Margaret j

Avenue; Boy. R. Hamilton 5837

Mr. and Mrs. Charlie Geranium' Rd. 25.
Bordeaux; 2632 Eventide Pete Dunayer, Jr. 1734 X / 3E

Pr; Girl. West 43rd St. 21 and

Mr. and Mrs. William Cynthia D. Evans 2318 W.

Lewis; 1861 W. 33rd St.; 45th St., 18. .
Earl C. Demps 1321 -1.

31r i ; .t'. Mr. and Mrs. Ruby Aikels Causey Lane. 21 and
Ethel D. Anderson 11416Ft.
2130 College Circle N. ;
fiirl. Caroline Rd. 18.

Mr. and Mrs. Henry Brown Benjamin Mole Goulds, I
Fla. 21 and Jonell
7919 Tarling Avenue;
'. 01 ford 3211 Haines
": r Girl. .. i
.0 : ..' .i... Street 17. #
.1' f! Mr. and Mrs. James Mc-
,', Queen; 745 W. tate ::;t.;
Girl. 1 :-

Mr. and Mrs. Norman OJVAL DETECTIVE Willie L. Weston (left), who was one of the organization's pioneer .embers,W.C.

Wilcox; 1815 W. Beaver 1 recently reelected president during the 11th Burney (right), and certificates of outstanding
St. ; Girl. annual convention of the Florida Association of service to Deputy Horace Monroe (second from

Mr. and Mrs. Willie Me- Negro Deputy Sheriffs during its three-day ses- left) of Ocala, and Deputy Walter J. Coleman,

Griff; 2032.Caljon Pd. ; 1 sion in Tampa presented an Association lifetime Gainesvilleexecutive secretary of the organization. -

Girl. membership to former West Palm Beach deputy and .
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Mr. and Mrs. Lonnie

Cushion Road Girl.; 4646 Moncrief Police Arrest Jackie. Robinson Assails JOHNNIE'S JOHNNIE'RMW1NG ROOMS-All HOUSE

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Mr. and Mrs. Willie Modern Furn-H&C Wtr-
138 Youths Goldwater
Barry Supporters
d Ross;' 1246 E. 26th St. ; | Free TV in Every Room ,-
< 225 East Union Street
Boy. In Athens Go. PHILADELPHIA (ANP) Conservative Republican
Mr. and Mrs. Leon supporters of Ren. Barry: Goldwater want the GOP to Bargains! Buy WMesafe
Rodgers; 5554 Ahmad Pr ; ATHENS Ga. Staging become "the white man's party" famed Jackie

$oy. { their first demonstration Robinson has charged In The Saturday livening Post. SAVE MCNEY! j
Mr. and Mrs. Willie march after having "The Senator's friends "" Free Catalog-Write: Im-
designer, vote
1963 W. 12th voters Box 2543, Tallahassee -
Campbell; conducted lunch counter want a white-Republican "V ports
: '
Mrs. Cleo Sims modeled a number of her: Joseph F. Nelson Sr. writing off I
Street; Boy. White Plo rida.KlyrtfrJtve .
House. said
sit-ins in smaller
will leave
week for
own creations during an auspicious faSh- and'Mrs. Melton Nixon Robinson said.
Mr. Robinson as he described
ions specialized study at the numbers, 138 Negroes--
showing Thursday night in New York'sWaldorf
Jenkins; 2704 Jupiter w hat he called the
Astoria Hotel under sponsorship University of Strasbourg mostly teenagers-were
I of Tau Gamma Sorority. Mrs. Sims is a Street; Girl. Alsac France and will arrested for staging a "striking parallel"between '
John Mar-
Mr. and Mrs. also take additionalcourses march without a permit, Black Muslim :1
I' friend of former Jaxon, Milton Hood, and
tin; 1745 W. 16th St.; at La Sorbonne in this week. thinking and that of .l :
will appear in his second annual Million Girl.Mr. Goldwater .
Paris before supporters.
returningto After the youths had ;''oncJ Adams
Dollar Fashionetta slated for Sunday, and Mrs. Dotie Pleas the States. lined up in front of a Muslims, he maintained, I I

Oct. 13 in Hotel Theresa' Skyline Ball- 1086 Miller Ave.; Girl. A 1961 graduate of New church to begin their seek 'some sort of' 69c
room, with locally popular .Aubrey Smaltz Mr. and Mrs. Arthur Simmons stanton Fr. High School earthly black heaven... a' u
march, they were warnedby "sux"'ie. in flavor r<*"'lI-'*? ro tety, M/l/ local prominent ti'nkft
1 modeling hats.Lois Bell wellknown New ; 4930 Rhode IslandCt. where he was head drum Mayor Jack R. Wells separate black society, 49c

York designeur-model will be featured in .; Girl. ,major, chaplain of the that they would be arrested within a separate black MANGROVE SNAPPERSSeM LB. II
eight scenes. Charles D. Brooks Honor state. Some of the Gold- 32c'
if they went a- URGE RED ,BASS u jjJujjjj"u, 2Sc
tI Friday Night Outing' Detroit To Host Society and president of head with the demon water conservatives. proclaim TRY.VALSIIRUIPORiMA SALE 'p-' 1
a goal ironically
the French Club, Mr. stration. 1
The Dorado Social and The Kasmelikas are sponsoring Nelson received scholarships They were arrestedwhen similar. And to get what SMALL WHITE SHRIMP 49c Lb. '2.45 r"':. .
Savings Club plans an an outing to New Equal Jobs Confab from Florida MM, they Ignored the they want, both plan to (SOLO ONLY IN 1 LI wiu ,

outing to American Beach Berlin Friday Aug. 16 at Bethune-Cookman, Fisk order. shunt the Negro to the LARGE SHRIMP L'89c
7:30 The bus ANP---A regional side." MEDIUM SHRIMP 69c '
p.m. will Washington- ( u.
Friday night Aug. University, Howard University -
pick up at conference on equal em- Stanton Sr. High Dixvwnt .to 10 U LH I
passengers Goldwater Republicans,
The bus will leave Jefferson Is sche- Pillard U. before -
D.Union ,and Florida Ave. ployment opportunity commented the for Rr
St. and Court
selecting SyracuseU. Registration Dates
duled to be held In Detroit
at 9:30 o'clock. and 21st.... and* Phoenix., Mich., Aug.. 15, it was announced where he is presentlya Students in the 10th baseball star, 'are STANDARD OYSTERS V4 Pt. 60c Pt. $1.15

by Vice President Lyndon Junior, majoring in through 12th grade tantalized by the idea SELECT OYSTERS . . Pint $1.30
Johnson last week. that they can win a
Patent Medicines '- CosmeticsAll _. Hobart Taylor, jr., vice International Relationswith classes at New Stanton national election without SPOTS (Oceanview, of Course) .Lb. 35c .;
minor in Romance
Leading Hair-Preparations' .* chairman of the President's a Senior High School have the Negro vote, without KING MACKEREL STEAKS .. . Lb. 49c
Committee on Equal Em- Languages.He been asked to follow the
Cor BROAD AND ASHLEY EL .:4-2159. ployment Opportunity and a Detroit speaks French, following schedules: emphasizing the explosiveemotioncharged FAMOUS FORTY-NIHE95 MULLET ROW
will participatein Spanish and German and civil-
attorney 12th graders will report -
h Hey Kid I the conference along with plans to take graduate rights issue. Their rea- YELLOW TAILSNAPPER MEDIUM MULLET 2fcIARCI
August 26 at 9:00 AFRESH u.
t Michigan State governmental soning both and ... :.!. c
J.C. Penny's Downtown Store has FREE MOVIE TICKETS officials federal officials from study in Harvard U. a.m.; 11th grade stu- 4 '
for you for J. C. Penny's Back-to-School Showing Washington and leaders from School of Law in orderto dents will report August puzzles me. CATFISH WATER LB. V MULLET u. 2Sc
Robinson, who
of the 'Greatest Show on Earth." Get Your Free complete his coursein campaignedfor
: the fields of education industry, 27 at 9:00 a.m. and 10th
Richard M, Nixon in SALT t MUllET RAE He
Tickets Today! labor and religion. Diplomacy. graders will report WHiTING u. 39c
He is married to the August 28 at 9:00 a.m. the 1960 presidential STEAM u. SIc
election, recalled that FLOUNDER 49cSpeckled
former Rosemary Flizabeth 11th and 12th grade u.
"soft-pedaling" of the WHITING 32c
Griffin and is the u.
son students will report to
TROUT 65c ... ..
civil-rights issue was u. 10 Ik l ,U. J
+ of Mrs. Louise Baker Nelson their forcer homeroomsand

f They have one son, 10th grade students, largely responsible forNixon's LIVE CRAB DEPARTMENT Doz. $i.00
830 CasattAt4 Joseph F. Nelson Jr. will report to the audi- defeat. Nixon indicated -

W. Beaver aged 11 months. .' torium. that he "had
written off the Negro

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: & MAIN sponsorship CHARLESTON of S.the-Under NAACP -

'FRYERS CI "Jacksonville's) Most Recommended Dealer"EL branch here Negro citizens have I
LI. 24 gained what is being hailed as
4.8381 EL 48382 the "roost significant and pro- For Limited Time Only .;I
ductive break through yet
achieved as the result of desegregation -
: Smoked Western LOOK I demonstrations in

the South" Regulation Gym SuitsMONOGRAMMED

PICNIC >.LI. 29 59 CHEV. Imp. SpErt cape In Ninety this old King port Street city,merchants where the

Civil War began 102 years ago [
Poor la Floor 3 Ducts $13f5 agreed on Aug. 1 to meet the
six demands put forth by the FREE!
Charleston movement led by

RIBS LI.NO 44 59 FORD GALAXY COUPE $1195 bouse youthful College James student Blake and More-mem- ep : :

DEALERS > ber of the NAACP Board of 5399
Directors, and L DeQuincey( 1

sa CHEV. Y.e, A HOllY! $795 Newman, NAACP field sec-
for South Carolina.
retary Girls'Sk.. 10-12 ;
S DOLLAR S DAYS ARE HERE AGAIN Five drug stores located in Prv-tn end Minis !
of the also
other: parts city
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agreement and to call off the Yew surname and fiat imtl*! In schoolor
MULLET. . 10 LBS. 58 PONTIAC 2 Dr. e.Tsp $295 selective buying campaIgn. ( cUss color Motorized will b* monefwmmed. Pie free
on fymtyHyour
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MEATY PORKSHORT Marion Hotel. Holiday Inn two
$ ( mine as shown.
63 PONTIAC H.TOP coops Pmr $3395 smaller motels, and four of the

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agreed to open their facilities
Good Clean Cars
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," 1 MEDI "tON, the past week. Most important was the Florida

<<.':., .." A. and M. University Commencement and the endingof
," .. ,' ,',,,., the third trimester which was summer school -
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y'' i ,,,'N-, ,' .[;, < ::" : \ Speaker for the commencement 'exercises was the "'4, ti

president of Kentucky State College Dr. Carl M. f
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delivered informative message on the Fem.e
r : Hill, who an
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:; duties and responsibilities
t .Y;, ucators. The event which was scheduled to be held a._ t

; in Bragg Stadium was rescheduled for Lee Audi-

t... torium because of the in climate weather. 'r -
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Meritorious Achievement Certificate honors were s't J

presented to Dr. Wilmoth H. Baker, a physician = i,

'' and community leader in the city, and Benjamin H.

GETS MEDICAL SERVICE AWARDS AT FAMU-Presented service awards for 25 years or Crutcher, medical technician in Tuskegee, AI a.Mrs. .

more of service in the Florida State Medical, Dental, and Pharmaceutical Association AWARDED---Holding certificates for meritorious Achievement presented totes

were Drs. E. 0. Archer (left), Tampa; W. A. Campbell, Tallahassee; L.G. Nixon was presented Fifty-Year medal at Florida A. and M. University are Benjamin H. Crutch, right, medical

and G. W. Hawkins, Miami. The awards were presented by Dr. Robert L. Smith, and medals for twenty-five years graduates were technician at Tuskegee and Dr. Wilmoth H. Baker, physician and community leader -

executive-secretary of the state association, during its 67th state convention presented to Mrs. Ruth B. BushAlgie R. Ford, of Tallahassee, right. At center is G. W. Conaoly. }

at Florida A. 'and M. University recently John A. Green, Willie B. Pete, Herman Refoe, Mrs.

..... (A. and M. staff photo by Ernest Fillyau.)_ Shirley Refoe and Mrs. Dorene R. Young. Floridian Heads -

I Pyifctais Set To Convent Plans Sit For- Ludie Bachelor L. Austin degrees, Willie awarded Adams in, Jr.the, area Doris went Sneed to, Sigma i Sorors 'laces 11f_ r5 ip

Oratory Contest Wyneva Johnson, Hazel Robinsm, Ovela Williams,

In Hot Springs Thelma D. Patterson, Eleanor Ford, Bernice Alexander In TALLAHASSEE And Its Vicinity <
1964 A-
Plans for the Freddie Preston Ruth Ash Barnes -
According to a pro- Betty '
clamation issued by R. preme Count Calenthes. merican Legion Ora- Clara Blackshear, Eunice Bruce, Walter Bryant, MT. PLEASANT BAPTIST MT. CARMEL BAPTIST -
Business Session have .
A. Hester, Supreme torical contest Conchita Clark,Pauline C en way, Mary Glenn, CYnthia The',church was host tO I
been completed information
Chancellor of the Knights and Princessesof ana K. Mingo, Mamie Rivas,*" Charlie Blalock,. : Women's Day will be observed the BTU Conference h.l :
Omar."Dokey". is now being :a
Knights of Pythias closed circulates to all posts Mary Gamble e, Isiah James, Jr... Wayne Murray, at the churchon recently. The these rya ctl-l
party Sunday morning.Speaking -
Jurisdiction of North Nethe Thomas and Isabella Harlem. "Christ 18 the ADe
Club 21 425 Malvern in the state of Florida. ..
America, the 42nd Bien- : Those receiving Masters degrees were Mary for the occasion will to the World Crisis.'" A ..1
Avenue. This year, the committee .t
nial Convention of the AI exander,Ruben Gibson, Erma Swilley, Lucy Hammond be Mrs. Letctia Byrd. large nuaber of aeabqrs ,]
Street parade,5 30 is stressing the .
Order' will convene at Willie Jenkins, Barbara Boardley, Anna Speaker for the evenipg and visitors attended: .
Wednesday, Aug. 21 Importance of getting .
Hot Springs, Arkansas Golden, China Ivey, Alivila Pope, Elizabeth services will be Mrs. p 1
Business Session, Supreme Information to the posts -0-0-0-0- :
August 19 in the Educa South, ,Madeline Wynn, Mattie Young, Maggie Hug- Louse president. A host of delegatesfrom
Lodge, Knights of and schools early, as
tion Building of the gins, Josephine Keaton and Henry Mitchell.We MACEDONIA PRIMITIVE the Big Bend area
Pythias. the teachers and interested \

Union Baptist Church, Business Session, Supreme contestantsneed wish the graduates much success and hope that ,,,,,;,. will be in attendanceat

located at 219 Gulpher many will, be able to find employment in the :;4':> ,, Baptismal services the Annual National
Count Order of it to work into E;t "f' ; >
Street. area well as in counties will be cmducted at
as near by.
Primitive Baptist Con-
Cal softie. their programs earlyin CLFO S. PH GINS the Trueblood

will Attending be R. A.from Driesbask Florida Business Session, the school year. .... .... .... .... .... .... TWWP (ANP) "pre pool on Sunday swimming morningat vention scheduled to be
Knights and Princessesof Again this year, the paring Youth for Leadershir" 9 held in Jacksonville
Grand Chancellor Juris- Omar. program will includethe is the theme of beginning August 21.
diction of Florida Scoop news this week shows the energetic D. C. CHAPEL
; R.A. Grand Military Ball, junior high schools. Sigma Gamma Pho sorori- 00.00Harvey -

McGriff, Grand Keeper of Baptist Hotel Auditorium: Winners will receive Collington, public relations wizard at A. and ty's six-day conferencethat The church is in the Wilson will

Records and Seals M., being selected to help map out the Florida
; R. Business Session, Uniform local and state awards. got under way here midst of revival ser serve as commander of
L. Williams, Deputy Rank Department. Educational Exhibit for the 1964/65 World Fair, 12 when Grand
The national winners August vices and cordially invites the American Legion Post
Imperial which will be held in New York. George R. ,
Pot en tale and Uniform Rank. Department will receive scholar- Basileus Clio S. Higginsof all to attend. 205 on Sunday.

Mrs. Mamie Strong, Rendezvous-- ships totaling $2500. Robinson Captain, U. ,S. Army, is now assigned to Pal atka, Fla. wel- ..I I

\ Grand Court of Calanthe. mosphere Club431( Persons interested may; the University ROTC..Conchita Clarke,of Ama- comed 500 delegates from

Sunday,. Aug.18 -,4 p.me Malvern Avenue. contact the ,American..i_ teur Hour fame received ,a scholarship: to, ,the all sections of the The-' 'Big i Three On WRFB
Public. : best music schools in the '
meeting, Supreme For housing, personsmay Legion Post in their country. She-recently: country.

Lodge-Supreme Court, contact Mrs. Thelma area for subj ects' which graduated from A. and M. .Mrs. (M. G. Edwards, Founded 41 years ago.

Auditorium Baptist Givens Sar 4ntha. TVijwifred and Lawrence Guidry motoredto the
Chaumar 921 is on some phase of sorority's major obJectives -

Hotel. East Grand, Hot Springs, the constitution of Miami. following later was. Mrs. K. E. Lar- Include encouragement -

Monday Aug. 19 Ark. Rev. James J. the United States kin....Preparing to attend the Supreme Lodge of and pro

Opening session,Supreme Brown, 319 Church Street, Dates of the 1964 the Knights of Pythias and Courts of Calanthe in motion of high scholastic .. p ..} Sy '

Lodge,Knights of PYthi as,. is chairman. contests are as follows Hot Springs, Arkansas, is Mrs. Mamie Strong, attainment development :a ; :Tt

Union Baptist Church. Schools newly elected head of the Florida Courts of Ca- of leadership

Opening Session, Supreme Bethune Host Week ending Feb. 8 lanthe. Also attending will be Mrs. C. C. Bal win, abilities and individual ,

Court, order of Posts who holds 'the only national office of the organization talent; maintenance of 1410On

Calanthe, Visitors For Conference in Florida..Jerry Butler and james Interests and attitudesin
Week ending Feb. 15
harmony with modern
Chapel AME.Opening TALLAHASSEE Announcement Brown drew more patrons at the .fair grounds
County thought and changing Your
of the 9th annual
than other combinations this year. .. .
any ,- ,
outlooks Y
Week ending Feb. 22 educational ;
of Princess of Leadership Conference for k
Omar, Bobby Lee, son of Prexy J. R. E. Lee Jr. 'hasjust contributions to the
District and
Cothell Chapel, CUE. Florida comes from the > .'. RadioTallahassee
returned from Canada. He suffered a bad throughits
Week ending Feb. 29 welfare
office of Dr. Gilbert
Opening Session, Uni
Area shoulder injury in tryouts. According to Bobby, national and inter-
form Rank Department. Porter. Executive Secre-
Memorial Service tary of Florida State Week ending March 7 the folks were real nice up there..The great national serviices to ,
Semi Galimore is back with the Bears and 'we are told youth.
Visitors Teachers Association to Fla.
Church 7:30 be held at BethuneCookman Week ending March 14 that Bobby Paramore is cow with the Cardinals out "National officers in

p.m. DepartmentalMarch in St. Louis..Our symathies to Comrade Sam attendance include the
College August 16-17.
Tuesday -Aug. 20 20National Howell on the passing of his another and to the following Cleo S. Fig-
Theme for the conferenceis '
Business Session, Supreme "Educational Regional family of Rochelle Nicholscn 7 who also passed gins, grand basileus, GOSPELAIRESKUZZIN'S
: Change.
Lodge, Knights of A Professional Responsibility1 April 6National :, ...'. recently. Palatka. Fla. ; Annie L.
Sectional ,. :' '. Activities around the clubs have been better Neville grand first JAZZARAMA
__Business session Su- ; '
April 13National ,..:this summer. Patrons beat a path; to the ", (bSIlX)" anti-basileus Rocky
during the Mount. N. C.; Barbara Morgan ->
Finals every night especially Roy Rollo jam
April 18 Tampa' session every Wednesday night., No tables were grand second anti- KUZZIN'S KABARET

You Earn Cash Selling The FLORIDA STAR The American Legion vacant. Waitresses at the Three T Dueces were baslleus. Raleigh N. C. ; .*L J Jl 3 *T

does not discriminatein really kept hopping and we are told that the Fffie Allen, grand gram-

Apply 2011 Owen nr phone 222-3025 presentation,, o f Royal Palace will sponsor a dance at the Fairgrounds mateus. Indianapolis; c t
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contestants. on the 21st..It looks like Bobby Juanita Simpson grand t'r

anti-grammateus, Chicago;
Blue Bland again.
ass.ss -o..a.s .aas a.a srs Hattie Redford. grand
-I Clubs, lodges and organizations in the city are
tamiochus, Indianapolis; No wonder
I I having a lot of meetings on Tuesdays. We wouldbe
KUZZIN'S MUSIC BOX Rubye G. Hall editor-in-
happy to advertise the dates and activities.Just .

: YOUR RECORD HEADQUARTERS I notify Beasley at 705 Wailes. We would also chief of The Aurora. St.
Louis; Ruth W. Whaley. the English
J 327 North Macomb Streets be happy to receive copies of those church pro- legal advisor New York;
I and general announcements. You tell us and
GOSPEL BLUES POP JAZZ I will write it. Ruby McCoy epistoleus.
I we Little Rock and Bertha R keep so cool !

LPs II FAMU's Collington Black Rhoda boule chap-
J .catraracj-Ti. ''' ''' '''
,,.,.,tin. fit Tnv1R.oar..rr..se.otaasr
J Join KUZZIN'S FAN CLUB! I II Is Appointed To -- '

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I World's Fair Staff .

-- aas0ai., Florida Aft University's 6 /. iced drink-and you will, too!)

acting director of public -

relations. David C. Col 0 '
lington. is one of the The En B lisp are not easily fazed

eight persons appointedby 0S t by summer heat This

PkOM 224-6032 Dr. J. Broward Cul- y y'' national talent was given a cheer

and future. pepper executive direc- ful accompaniment in 1769,
t GUARANTEES to read your ENTIRE LIFEpast, present
the Boardof when Alexander Cordon introduced
tor of State
? {.She asks no questions, but WILL TELL you what you want to know

giving dates and facts of business, love, health and family Control, to develop a his remarkable gin j... ,
stars educational exhibit TheCordon'syoadrinkto-
affairs. Tells you whom ;yon will MARRY and when. If the one a ',
for the 1964-65 New York dayharksbacktohisOJisil8nN1 i
k you love is true, and what to do to be successful. Will unite World's Fair. pa.as.a.-si ara.0a.. nal formula,because _UVJUIYI1

the separated, locate absent friends and relatives, cause happiness -. one does not tamper
Other appointedby .
i between MAN and WIFE. Make up lover's quarrels. Tells. persons Sts with gin of such distinctive .+
Dr. Culp prer were: HAMPTON
if sickness or bad luck is natural enemies evil influence and Dr. John Griffin. Florida
bad luck. Does not tell you to please you, BUT will tell the truth. One visit State University Howard ;... HOUSE MOTEL and VILLAS'PMl delicate flavour.Try it > DRY
; fa [GIN
Nan 0capeMy
will for disappointment in all others. I not only read ;your life 'pit soon in a tangy Gina ,. .
repay you Friedman, State Department < .-. M Pit* U IMW wt1I Prtw TIleI' rw "'
like an open book, but I also help ;you out of your troubles. Medium and of Fducation Hen- '" ... CecttIII bHp c.ttM sw+y aenrrrt Tonic orTom Collins
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Ur _rsa rump You'll Cordon'sis
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divine healer. .een-wreK NDSP -
drixChandler, state I' 1f. the biggest seller
COME. AND SEE why ;you are so unhappy, why everything seems to go song Why,be Board of Control; Len Onvt up Fnday-leavt Sunday Afternoon' England,America,

sad and downhearted, sick and worried when ;yon can be helped and everything Singer Florida Atlantic Days onJt*!!** ',:'s and the world.rtmcr .

made clear by consulting THIS GIFTED ADVISER. University; W.H. Kearns "', -N'_ 2 N.ahtsi. ..... :"-:w'.l1.-' ..'...

EVatTONE> welcome. NO MAIL ANSWERED. I make' no house to house calla She will University of Florida; -PIMM. -.*.< M-.a- Mda.+bw

i prove that you can obtain your desires. Everything sacred and confidential. John w. Egerton; University !!rvCMHam._ -........ v l tl raua tern HI ca.wx KHMI vim 11ow Mmiartai
am roomer.ceuen orrwos.tnueat
l Madam Tina is licensed by the State and County. Located permanently In'her of Florida; and %'flAM / Aedrez I

own home for many years at 2902 S. Monroe St. In Tallahassee Pi a. open i Bill Mitchell. Florida City' State -I

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line Thompson and Sam Ferguson. At left, below choir,
I friends were on hand for the event including fellow club nenbers
supported the "Three Dimensional Fashion Show" is charming Miss Ruby Curry of the Continental Models, of the Clans Club who also treated him to a trip to BaJUYl88.Friends

sponsored by Choir No. 1 of Ebenezer Methodist Churchin who was the featured model, lending the ultimate in and relatives who frolicked with Mr. Robinson at Miami' fa.ous
Birdland during the birthday celebration are seen here. At top
connection with the contest are shown in the scenes poise and to the unique event. In the second row
grace are Miss Willie Mae Brown .i George Robinson and his wife,
above. In the photo at top is the choir. Seated from are seen other models who participated in the style Mrs. Nancy Robinson. in the scene, second photo, are Mr. and.)Irs.

left, are Mrs. Johnnie M. Smith Mrs. Lendra Jerry, displays. From left Eugene France Mrs. Essie Hudson, Earl Lekong, Mrs. Richard Davis Miss Bessie Wilkerson and guest,

Mrs. Bertha Dames Mrs. Ressie M. Bass Mrs. Louise and Richard Davis. In the third row are: Mr. and Mrs.
Miss Beverly Brown Miss Bertha Brooks Miss Ruby CUrry Mrs. Willie Davis Mrs. Jerdine Clark. (Standing)Jionie Wilson. The

Strachan Mrs. Flo Backer Mrs. Henretta Brown Mrs. Miss Priscilla White Miss Hope Francis W. H. fourth photo shows. Albert Thomas Mrs. Gladys Keller, Willie
Jones and guest. In the shot at bottom are: Charlie Gordon, Lewis
I Bertha Terrif Mrs. Lendra Lewis. Standing are John Butler and Timothy Smith. Some of those who were in Taylor and Roy Rogers and guest.
Bethel Richard Forbes, Mrs. Thomesena Atwell, Mrs. attendance at the affair are seen in the photos, in
Jeraldine Ball Mrs. Margaret Franks Mrs.Clara Smith the third row and fourth rows left. in the latter, yea AjqmrisSuit's

Mrs Madona Bullard Mrs. Mary Thompson Mrs. Blanche at right is the Rev. Aaron D. Hall, pastor, who gave CHARACTERISTICS OF MOTIONS .
Goings Mrs. Della Hall Mrs. Joyce Johnson Mrs. Paur the closing remarks. ..' By Marcus H. Boulware
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MCKEAL.' Steve Jr., of of -ate"ti his wife, ............ FRANCIS lilliaa Sr., motion if he is to act with practicality. These San Francisco Giant .
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six may be expressed In the fore : :
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2239 NW 61st St.Surthe Lincoln Memorial 4 children mother and
race. Surviving are his of
questions: '
vlrora are his widow, ,%sisters and Carrie, avthorlwd his attorney- :::
Nursing Hone. She torfather LEVARITT. Mrs. : and .
widow 6 daughters One oust keep in mind also that there are several
to federalcoot
Virginia; a son and several aunts and uncles. appeal: a ;
oerly lived at 1130 of 1268 Nl 68th Terrace.
5 sons. classed of motion: (1) main motions (2) subsidiary
d 2 sisters NW 5th Ave. ............ Survivors are her hus motions (3) privileged motions (4) Incidental motions verdict dismissing ::
sillies dollar =
I Mesdaaes Bessie Clayton ............ band Joseph, 9 daughters ............ and (5) unclassified notions--also known as a libel ::
snit against Look Mya- :
and Mary Mosley; 3 HOUSTON Booker T., of COX. Sam of 1736 NW and 4 sons; 2 SHDEMAKE. James, of special main motions.
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.IEATIt' THE GUN Golf Tourney Principals Exposition Post FBI Arrests Group Pretests

t!', .,': '. By BILL BROWER Leader ResignsChicago Man Suspected Gospel Singing

,) ...': (ANPThe Rev. Of Poison Murders In it arias

Dr. Joseph H. Jackson, who in
t TOLEDO-ANP---Leon Wagner got a second recent weeks has been the target Chicago--ANP Louis New YorkANPIt was
Manning, 24, who has been "showtime" at the Sweet Cha-
chance and he knew what to do with of demonstrators who
it. sought since April for the poi- riot night club here last week
r'. he delivered. charge he advocates a go-slow soning murder of three children but patrons along Broadway'sfamed
., policy in civil lights last Tues "White Way" oWthave
In DeSoto Miss.
:-. The second chance came as manager Bill day resigned as president of the arrested here county last week was by to go Inside to hear die singingand

!" American Negro Emancipation of the Federal Bureauof see the acts. They were
Rigneynow heading the agents
Los Angeles Angels, I Centennial Authority.Dr. Investigation. performed outside the club.

:.. remembered his days at the helm of the Jackson president of the Marlin W. Johnson special Participating in the unusual
i Nuhimmal Baptist Convention of agent in charge of the Chicago show were a Baptist ministerand
; San Francisco Giants when Wagner was in I the U.S.A. Inc. and pastor of office of the FBI said Johnsonhad 24 of his followers who

". the Giant cast. ._ Olivet Baptist church,here said been charged by DeSoto were protesting the singing of
I he quit because of "too many county sheriffs police with the Negro spirituals in the nitery.
).. The Los Angeles Dodgers were leading they other commitments." His resignation murders of Rudolph Johnson. and 22 entalners and
i came Just 10 days before 10; his brother. Louis.8. and waitresses many of them
Giants at Seal Stadium in San Francisco 1 I the opening of the his sister Anne Faye 5. They scantily dressed, who stageda

:. 4to2. But, there were 3 Giants on the I "Centu of Negro Progress were the children of his counter demonstration.
t i Exposition which ANECA is estranged wife's cousin. The Rev. C. S. Stamps of
.. basepaths. sponsoring at McCormick Johnson said that the DeSoto the Metropolitan Baptist church

: Wagner was snoozing in the dugout. Place Chicago's lake front exhibition county sheriff informed the FBI led his followers in singing and
center. Aug. 16-Sept.2. that Manningand his wife, demonstrating outside the clubto
!. "Mr. Wagner said Rigney. "If itwouldn' He was replaced by Earl B. Freddie Mae, quarreled in their protest what he termed the
Dickerson president of home in Memphis Tenn. on "prostituting" and "bla-
t be too much trouble, would you k Superme Life Insurance Company April 20 and she left him to go spheming" of religious hymns.

please go up to bat and hitpreferablya of America; according to to live with her cousin Mrs. "Religious songs should not
: James B. Stamps. Authority Lucille Johnson in a rural area be used In a place of this nature -
home run.Recalling.' board chairman, and Edward of DeSoto county, which is right ," their signs read.
the Glllepie, public relations.Dr. across the Tennessee-Miss- However, as Rev. Stamps and
incident recently, Wagner Jackson denied there had issippi border from Memphis.The his followers gathered outside

: said he realized that it was no ordinary been any pressure for him to sheriff said Manning appeared and began singing "Swing Low
I'" resign. He was booed along at the Johnson ho.11e'on Sweet Chariot" perhaps as an
.: situation. GOLF CHAMPS IN THE WEST--Above are seen winners in recent Western with Mayor Richard J. Daley at April 23 and told his wife she indirect slap at the club's name

'. "I knew I'd catch hell if I hit into a States Golf Association tournament held at Monterey, Calif. with the a July 4, rally of the NAACP in would be dead if she did not and policy, giggling girls,
co-sponsorship of The Coca-Cola Company, Atlanta, Ga. and West Coast Grant Park. The demon- return to him by April 26.. dressed in skin-tight playboy
i: double play. So I hi t a home run. The business firms. At topJames E. Stratten, right, WSGA tournament direc- strators, both Negro and white, The next day seven of Mrs. "Bonnies" attires and other entertainers -
yelled "Uncle Tom Must Go" poured into the street
Johnson's children became
t Giants 6 to tor of San Francisco and Winsel Glenn left Coca-Cola Bottling Company
r won 4. when it became time for Jackson seriously ill after eating lunch. and began singing, also. The
; Wagner had a fine season his first year ; of Los Angeles, flank Louis Scott, tourney winnerOakland, Calif. to speak. They were taken toJohnGas- waitresses and entertainers
and Alton nIhon, Los Angeles, runner-up. *B' flight winners seen below, After about 20 minutes of ton hospital in Memphis where sang "When the Saints GoMar-
with the Giants. He joined the Giants in left to right, are Charles Wallace, 3rd 'place, Los Angeles, Mack booing Dr. Jackson left the Rudolph and Louis died the same ching In." In all respects, it
speaker's platform at the request was a good, lively show.
midseason in 1959. He batted .317 and hit Martin, standing in for runner-up and flight medalist, James Gordon, of NAACP officials. day and Anne Faye died showed the next that The pro-con demonstration

; Oakland, and Horace McFall, winner, Los Angelas. Inserted is J. Cullen day. Investigation
13 home runs. He accounted for 35 runs Dr. Jackson's church was boll weevil poison had been attracted a large crowd of
t Fentress, WSGA president, Los Angeles. picketed about three weeks ago placed in corn meal In the home Broadway theatergoers who
: batted in 74 games. But the next season, --- when Mrs. Wendell E. Green from which Mrs. Johnson made Joined in the singing and hand-

he QualifiesFor Turncoat WorkingFor one of two Negroes on the bread for the children's clapping.The .
c.,.. ;,. batted only .225 in 87 games, had 5 Rites Held For Chicago school board spoke corn lunch. waitresses carried songs

f'r homers and 22 RBIs. 'The Giants didn't wait Beaten Ala. Cleric Swim Chinese during Sunday services at Oli A warrant for Manning's' reading "We practice Integration -
Big i vet. Mrs. Green, who until arrest charging him with the --your (the church people's)

r to find out which of the seasons was more Montgomery, Ala.--ANP. ) -- Chicago (ANP) -- A Propaganda Press recently was the only Negro three children's murders was picketing"is discrimination in

:,' nearly to Wa finer' s true ability. He was Funeral services for a Negro swimmer last week became member of the board has been then issued and the FBI was reverse.
Montgomery minister who was the youngest person everto Hong Ko -ANP--Clarence accused by some Negro groupsof called into the case April 30 Meanwhile, a spokesman for
; traded to the St. Louis Cardinals. apparently mobed and beaten to enter the Jim Moran Lake C. Adams of Memphis, a Negro not taking a stand on issues after It was learned Manning the club said many so-called

: Wags couldn't cut it with the Cards and death were held Wednesday Michigan Swim, held annually, and one of the origina121American that would end alleged de facto had fled Mississippi. spirituals were written by Jazz
( August 7, at the church of which and scheduled this summer for soldiers captured by the segregation in public schools. Johnson said Manning was composers.
:' was sent to Toronto in the International he was pastor.A Aug. 20.Joel Communist Chinese forces Pickets directed their protestsat working as a laborer in the
Birmingham relative Marcus. Jr..25.of Gary, during the Korean was and who both the minister and Mrs. South's Water street produce Negro ReporterIs
k League. In 1961 the Angels first season Identified the victim as the Rev. qualified for the grilling contest refused repatriation after the Green. market.

: in the American League, Rigney reclaimed R. L. Beverly. 56, pastor of by swimming 10 miles in armistice 10 years ago is still Meanwhile Jackson said he Hired ByWhite
behind the Bamboo Curtain. attend church
the Maggie Street Baptist four hours. must meetingsthis Miami Funeral
: Wagner. This was a masterpiece of a de- Church, Montgomery.The The Moran swimmers will The present status of Adams month in New York and
: Rev. Mr. Beverly was attempt to swim from Benton was revealed last week by Texas and that he wants to Director Daily
cision. BuriedMiami
.. found apparently beaten to harbor Mich., to Chicago, a another turncoat, Lowell D. "give more time to working for
Leon's credentials for a healthy pay death in his automobile which distance of 60 miles, in the Skinner of Akron, Ohio, who passage of the President's civil Charleston W.VA--ANPO-
Edward Peeks former Afro
was on his back to the -- (ANP) --Servicesfor ,
rights legislation.
had been pushed off In a creek, seventh annual contest. Moran, way
raise for the 1962 season were: .280 around midnight Thursday. an automobile dealer, sponsorsthe was on his way back to the Following the NAACP rally Lovell L. Richardson Jr.. merican staff member and one
August L The relative said the contest each offering United States after living in Red incident Dr. Jackson said he 38, owner of Miami's oldest time Associated Negro Press
; batting year
average, 28 home runs and 79 correspondent, last week was
creek is located near an old prizes ranging upwards to China for nine years. He said had never advocated a go-slow Negro funeral home, were held hired the
i RBIs. highway which has notbeenusedIn $7,000. the experience disillusionedhim. policy in civil rights. He said last in Greater Bethel African Gazette by Charleston
about ten years and about five .Marcus said after qualifying his views on "protest by pro- Methodist Episcopal Church. West Virginia'slargest
t He was looking for an even better season or six miles off the new high- that he Is "rarin'' to go." Skinner said that Adams is duction" had been misunder- Richardson dies following a native daily of newspaper.A .
in Butler A of Froebel now in Peking working at the stood. The clergyman said short Illness. became owner Unadilla, Ga.,anda
: last year; in some ways, he achieved that way Georgiana, graduate High graduate of North-western
I County, Ala. school in Gary, Marcus Is a Foreign Language _Press, described Negroes could make progressin of the Richardson Funeral Home Medlll
despite a drop in his batting percentageto The relative said Rev. versatile young man. In addition as Peking's principalpublishing the racial conflict if they 15 years ago when his father, university's School ofJournalism.
Beverly left Wilcox County, : to being an expert swim house propaganda became more productive.Dr. Lovell Sr., retired. A native of Peeks was a member -
268. around 11 a. m., Thursday mer, he is also a professionaldancer material for overseas distri- Jackson's post with the Floridian, he came to Miami at theAfroAmericannewspaper -
His home run output was 37, with 306 August 1,after visiting an uncle, and singer who has appeared bution. He said that Adams American Negro Emancipation the age of one and graduatedfrom last staff for seven years. His theAfrds
assignment was on
has a Chinese wife and two Centennial Bethune Cookman
William Creed Beverly. He was with big-name bands. Authority was Collegein
: total bases and 106 runs batted in. He was enroute to Montgomery when he Recently, he Formed the Gary children.A honorary.The Daytona Beach. Washington D. C. staft
former U. S. Army cor- National Baptist Convention Surviving are his He served there until July 30,
valuable that he rated met his death, a relative said. Young Men's Civic and Social
v considered so When he failed to return Club to combat juvenile delin poral Skinner said all the U.S.A., Inc.. will hold its Mr. and Mrs. Lovell 1... 1963-
fourth in the AL' s MVP race. home, his wife Mrs. Rebecca quency. Americans still in China now annual convention in Cleveland, Richardson; his widow Peeks 42 and a bachelor,
married. Skinner said he Beatrice, a social worker for holds a bachelor's degree in
Beverly inquired of relatives in Marcus taught himself to are Ohio Sept. 38.Postal .
;:' Perhaps the highlight of the season for Birmingham and other parts of swim at the age of four and went waS the first among the 21 the Florida Department of English from the University of

S Wags was his performance in the all-star the state asking if they has seen on to win several honors whileat Americans to marry. He said Public Welfare; a son. Lovell Chicago and master's in
her husband. Getting no results FroebeL While in the Navy thatmarriage of foreigners to III, 14, and a daughter. Lovlta.1L journalism from Northwestern.
t" game at Wrigley Field a year ago. from Inquiries. Mrs. he served as a swimming in- Chinese girls now is discouraged Depf. l
summoned Alabama structor. He has also servedas by the Chinese gov-
Wagner collected three hits, including Upgrades
Highway Patrol and local law a lifeguard in Gary. ernment. Negroes ROYAL ART STUDIO
l'l'a home run, and drove in a pair of runs enforcement officers in the sur- Skinner said his wife
rounding municipalities in the Kansas Cifian completely agreed with his decision In Kansas City 515 DAVIS STREET
and turned in a gem in the field to earn area. A search found her and accepted his depar-

the distinction as the game's outstanding husband's lifeless body in the Becomes Another ture. Kansas City MoANP) -- t. Order Now at Rrfaced Prices
creek-interred automobile.He Walter W. CaldweU Jr., a PHOTS CARTS
performer. This won him the Arch Ward was a former pastor of Negro First Negro Appointed veteran of 18 years service with
the Mount Calvary Baptist the Post Office department lidiridaals Fair lisps Chfe
Trophy. church, of Birmingham. Kansas City, Mo.--ANP) -- To Norfolk, Va. here, has been pointed super-
This season Wagner started out as though The appointment of Leonard intendent of Station B, it was BLACK & WHITE CILIR!
: Postman s Widow Hughes, a former county con- School Board announced by Postmaster Ted
i' he were going to tear the AL apart. For a selor and former assistant C. Bland. SEPIATINE
Raise FundsBlue Norfolk. Va. --(ANP)--Norfolk Caldwell who has been
long stretch, he was leading the leaguein county prosecutor, as administrative i, the largest city in Virginia, eral foreman of malls, working gen- Quality Photographs
Island, 111--ANP) assistant to the
hits, RBIs, homer and batting. While he Rev. C. Townsend Tucker, Jackson County court marks the has its first Negro City School nights at the General postoffice
Board member. He is HilaryH. assumed his new duties on July CHURCHES-WEIBIK6S-SICIALS
Anti-Pre- first time has held
has slacked in recent weeks, he was still president American a Negro an Jones Jr., a 40-year old 6. Station B, fourth largest
in Blue administrative
judice Society, was position with the
native and attorney.For substation in the city has about iial( El 4-1H4
among the leaders. Batting around .340 Island last week along with county court.
several -
Charles Shephard, of Ottawa, a. Hughes' appointment is a full years Negro organizations 50 carriers. Caldwell is the
Wagner had smashed 15 home runs and had trustee of the fund which Rev. time position and carries a and Negro leaders first Negro to be placed in

had driven in 48 runs. He still was in a Tucker is raising for the widow salary of$600 a month. have should contended be a member that a Negro of the charge of a station of this size. now Its Pepsifor
of William L, Moore, a white Specifically the job will be Three other new assignments
challenging position of winning the AL postman who lost his life in an that of a welfare agencies' coordinator board. involving Negroes were also announced -
Jones was appointed for a by the Post Office de-
Alabama Freedom March.
a new
triple title. four term. Jones, a those who
year These
partment. were:
Rev. Tucker said that he regarded created recently by the Jackson -
William 1... Moore as a County court. Much of the former civil service worker, The promotion of W. Herman
true martyr. Dr. Strow new administrative assistant's has a bachelor's degree from Pinkard, formerly superintendent thinkyoung
Norfolk State College and a law of the James Crews station .
Freeman pastor of the New work will be with juveniles.
kYw Friendship Baptist church, has degree from Boston University. to route examiner; the appoint-
aided this fund recently. He served three years in the ment of Armand D. Dobson, Ir.r.
r Changes NameBy U.S. Army during World War II distribution and window clerk at
Money Finder Including a year In Italy. Station to acting superintendent
action of the Boardof An only child Jones and his of the Crews substation and the

Montgomery, Ala.-ANP Trustees, the name wife the former Miss Corinne promotion of Ross A. Evans
John Henry Jones, a janitor Davis of Boston have three former route examiner, to assistant -
r G charged with stealing $5.000 of Florida Normal and sons, Hillary in, 12; Gerrauld, superintendent at the
from the Union Bank and Trust Industrial Memorial 8 and Darryl 4. Southeast station

Co. branch bank at Gunter Air College at St. Augustinehas <
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Force Base pleaded guilty and been changed to
received a one-year sentence in Florida Memorial Col-
U.S. District Court last week. lege.

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:til 4 Ytir OM TtRRis LtssAiiortitr Showing. Steady Improvement Sifford Nets MHitH HHht i;

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r ,_H Althti Gibson i i'GREENSBORO w. rs r ? r = t M,450 Paul InSt. ApplkatiHs Available J"

N. C. --The American Tennis I .: OpenST. f 1

q %. d PAUL Minn. Pro- TALLAHASSEE Applications -
to have another Althea
t Association seems I It
1 I golfer Charlie Sifford are now being re- J

.j!Gibson, in its up-and-coming youth ranks. I It A NTH R + 1N E1_,g 1 NT Hl:p ", f N'f of Los Angeles fired a ceived fro Florida Hun-

the little lady of reference is 14-year 275-stroke 72 hole totalto ters who> wish to participate j

t r r,, ,. place sixth and win in the Managed bear
/.old. Bonnie Logan' Durham, N. C. who came '1 hunts la the Osceola and
i S'r
? r $1. 450 in the St. Paul
f ".' 'to the North Carolina A&I College campus r P.a open which ended here Apalachicola National

\ ; with the last Sunday. Forests according to A. D
the other day and walked away a-.i d j
I championships of three divisions. Sifford's best effort ir Aldrich. director. Game *1
and Fresh Water Fish Commission. i
, J 'The' t the tournament came during -
sensational little young tennis career came / '
: Miss Logan not only' with her win over Miss k aF ? S the second round .
which he finished with a Applications for the >
slammed her way into the Hooks, 17. her superiorin 4
Apalachicola Bear Hunts
# 65 stroke total.
championship of her sizzling
own age, tennis experience
,! should be filed with the
'14 to 16 age group, by weight and power, the .. Jack Rule Jr. netted :
)whipping Heloise Billes girl who last fear beat "' f $53.000 for his surprise Regional Manager. Gage
and _Fresh Water Fish
Tuskegee, Alabama, 6-0; her in the same tourney SHOWING MARKED COMPETITIVE improvement are the wings, J. Hutcherson, L. Garret, L. Emanuel and first-place During the finish.previous Co tission. P.O. Box 576.

6-3 but participated in Dove Hunting Floradale Panthers of the Floradale-Yagnoliaa' 12. Alexander. The league plays at J.I.E. Scott Panama City. Florida
the week Sifford had won
16-18 grouping, where Midget Softball team which are managed by Thomas Park. The Panthers are sponsored by the Floradale prior to 11:00 .
500 in the western an
she defeated Sylvia Hooks Areas AnnouncedLAKE Crompton Jr. who also serves as volunteer diInterest Club, Furman Adams Jr. president. The August 30. Punters who

Detroit, Michigan, 6-4; rector. Members kneeling from left are: D. Robpublic is invited. Scott Park is located at the Open for his largest wish to participate in

6-2, for that title. with fields CITY totaling-- Seven over erts, A. Paris, M. Cummings. T. Williams and L. intersection of Vernon Rd. and Hamilton Circle. professional golf earn- the Osceola Bear Hunts

Just an hour of rest 700 acres, will be pro- Jenkins. Standing from left: H. Brown, L. CUm- ing.Knee should file applicationwith
Bonnie teamed with Len-
vided for public dove Injury the Regional Manager
ward Simpson, Wilmington
shooting in the North- Gets Axe UGA Game and Fresh Water Fish
N.C. to beat Melvin Tournament : ..
Searles, ChicagoIllinoisand east Region, during the Sidliner i GrierLOS CONli 8sion. P. O. Box

Miss Hooks, 8-6; 6-3, 1963-64 season, by the ANGELES (ANP) 908. Lake City. Florida

for the mixed doubles Game and Fresh Water Fish t- Kicks -Off August 19th' !, Roosevelt Grier. veteran prior to 11:00: a. m. Aug.

title. Commission, according to .. tackle who was traded to 30.The

Regional Manager Brantley r -- A the Los Angeles Rams from hunt areas for the
Searles defeated Scott WASHINGTON. D.C. social events for the while the internationallyknown

.. Howard Washington, D. C. Goodson. e full week of golf is in tournament will be housed soft drink company the New York Giants, is Apalachicola Bear Hunt

6-4. 6-1 and 6-4 in the "The basic purpose of store for members and there and in neighboring will promote its Hole-in- hobbled with two injured has been enlarged to in-

finals of the boys, 16 the Commission's dove followers of the United Capitol Hill hotels.A Cne Club during the tour- knees which sidelined him c lude a portion of 3

f and above, and Simpsonwon -field program is to provide ,. Golfers Association come highlight of the nament. for the Rams-Dallas Cow Liberty County south of

out over Robert Binns the hunter with a .. August 19--the UGA' tournament-events will be Contest holes at coursesto boys exhibition game last the Apalachicola National

Cleveland Ohio, 6-2 and. convenient place to pur- J : seven division tourna- the presentation of be played by the tour- week. Forest.

6-0 in the under 16 boys, sue his sport, and to insure ment will extend through "Hall-of-Fame" awardsto nament will be announcedon 3;

singles bracket. The at least average August 23 and will be three wellknown mem- August 18 by The MossH. Fla. A&M Grid Slaie .,.

tourney drew more than .hunter success," Goodson followed by a $1.000- bers of the UGA duringthe Kendrix Organization. SEPT. 28 Lincoln University, Here .

100 young tennis players stated. added PRO-AM tourney on Associa ion's annual Public relations firm OCT. 5 Benedict College, There )1
from 12 states. It was Location of fields are August 24-25.
.: reception. Mrs. Paris B. which directs the Hole- 19 Morris Brown, Homecoming
In competing in the two as follows: George Townsend Four local UGA affili
Brown UGA national in-One Club. Two players 26 Tennessee A. and I, There
age groupings Miss Logan Field and Dalton ated clubs--pake-Robin, tournament director.
made holes-in-one in the
Frank NOV 2 Central State -
I Field Madison HERSHEY pa. -- Tampa :
won 12 matches over the Mercer Divots Oxon
Arlington ,
Budd, one time world's Washington. D. C. Mrs. contest in 1962--William
of the County; Norman Sanchez = 9 North Carolina A. and T. There !
five-day period champion whose Blades, and the Royalsare -- Jeannette W. Nelson Detroit Brisker. Cleveland, at
i ATA bftt onal. The biggest Field, Suwannee County; record was broken by hosting the tourna- Mich. and Howard the Memphis UGA tournament 16 Southern University, Here ,.
court achievement in her _.I. Lewis Field, Alachua ment. Philadelphia Bethune-Cookman, Here
Robert Hayes of Jackson- Wheeler and Hamilton Hughes,
County; Ed Yarborough 30 Texas Southern, Jacksonville
;;. ville, was cut from the Registration will be Pa? are the pending in Miami during the Ray
: Af Field Baker County; held on sunday August honorees. Mitchell tourney. DEC. 14 Orange Blossom Classic, Miaai. ,.
Santa Juana Field and Philadelphia Eagles pro-
W 18 at Hotel Continental,
The Coca-Cola. Company,
Camp Blanding Field, Clay grid team roster offen-last tournament headquarters Atlanta. Ga. long-time To The Victor .
A week with another '
County. North Capitol Street, .' ,,.
activi- ,
supporter of UGA #
Johnson $ y
f Goodson said no fields sive end, Bill .
of Fla. A&M because he between D and F Streets, ties, will sponsor Hall -
will be open the first into NW. Amateur registrationsbe of Fame" plaques and all it.p ; ,
failed to develop a .
1 day of the statewide sea- ,
made before midnight, amateur trophies for the : -'" "" '
'. Oct. Each field pass receiver "
son ( 5) ,
Sunday August 18. All :
7-division UGA nationals.
J r y.
ex cept' the one on Ia \
Blanding will be ..
Camp 'World's Fastest Human" ,

,1\ 1 open two \$ays a week, and 4y h ....,

;. .t..f": ... J' _.. 'Y'.k..:..':: ,"':., I. dates will vary to allow .9 a
at least one field in the .

"GIVE HALL region to be open every- ,

t A CALL" day except Sunday. ,
Further information con- .
Hial EL >
;4-1611 and ask ,
cerning dove, fields will 3 ..
for Cab 156 Day and get be released prior to .H'.... .

). to know Donnell Hall who opening 'of the hunting ,, ,.
has been driving his New l h >. S r
,_ t
season. Inquiries shouldbe "w .k
Deal Cab since ,
f January sent to the Game and ,.
this Don is ? .
year. a "
Fresh Porter Fish Commission .
c. 'Z G w :
friendly man and a good I .. o
l I P. O. Box 908 Lake .y
driver and 11 i "
you enjoy I City Florida. .,, ,. xi
...o k
getting to know him. v 3'"N f di

He'll like meeting you,
too. tird SlasH ..

Mr. Hall lives at 1525 .
Is Divided yYM1w -
t Elder Street and Is a -,. ,.
member of Spring Hill x a .

Baptist Church. He is Info 3 PhfstsTALLAHASSEE i 'T 4t

i quite a club man, too.Belongs -- Florida ,. A ',

J to, the Aero- hunters will have a ., d., ,. ,.. z't

naughts, the Social and three-phase season for 3. k ,, "1
Club and also the :'if' a v t ,
Savings Ar a. 7 :ct.
Blue Shadows. When he's migratory dove hunting P 4-:, ,,, s -

during the 1963-64 sea l-
not driving or attending ; -
son, according to A.D. '' : III
club meetings, you'll
Aldrich director Game
probably find him fishing and Fresh Water Fish ATA TENNIS PRINCIPAL--Dr. R. Walter Johnson, right, vice president,

or bowling because thoseare Commission.The American Tennis Association and Chairman of the ATA's Youth Development

the sports he enjoys. first phase will be Program, is Joined in the presentation of trophies fay A. H. Parker w
Ask. the dispatcher. to
send Cab 156 Day the next open for dove hunters """ '., Greensboro (N.C. ) Coca-Cola Bottling Co. during recent to.rMent at ,,

time you need the convenience October 5 through Nov. t. 'North Carolina A & T Collegr in the North Carolina city. Center, left
+ ,
and comfort of 3, with Hardee DeSoto. "\\w and right, are Ernie Ingram, runner-up, Washington, D.C. and Joe Williams ,
I and Glades ,'
I a New Deal C ab. Don Hall Hendry 6 : Durham, N.c., winner of men's event in the ATA sponsored tourney.
I Iwill' .
ties, and that portion
be therein no
The Coca-Cola Company, Ataanta, Ga. was the donor of all trophies.
the world's
at all. of Franklin County knownas JAX* OWN Robert Fares, a Florida A&M Junior and holder of

B* twr to WMCIt *.r half liMir Alligator Point, 100-yard lash record, kept his victory skein intact which touring Furope In lower panel, Charles Boone, left, Columbia (S.C.) Coca-Cp la Bottling
show on Ch Sv+nn.4v.l 4 morninct, f..t,,.ieR at 9:30 K.n closed to dove ,hunting.The with the U. S. Track and Field team by winning the 100-yard dash during Company, makes trophy presentations to Bonnie Logan, Durbaa, Marvi

Knight second phase opens the recent S.-Brittish track meet at Fhite City Stadium. Hayes equaledthe Archie, Winston-Saljo, Scott Howard (drinking Coca-Cola) and Saaue

I statewide November 16 to stadium record of 9.5 seconds on a muddy track. Whit ley, doubles champions, Washington, D.C. Miss Loan recently won

NEW DEAL run through December 2. three titles in the ATA Junior cha&pionships at A & T aDd show.:.promise

i The third phase will be Seasons OpenerTALLAHASSEE CardinaFs Rights Stand Criticized of following in the foot-steps of ATA Juniors graduate Altkea Qlfeso*,
CAB COMPANY statewide December all-time tennis champ recently turned golf professional. Artllw''Aahe,
open Los Angeles -- (ANP) -- that McIntyre
I I II S Ki-irt M. DUI I EL 4.1611 21 through January 12. -- The Catholics here particularly group be provided suggested with facts refuting another product of ATA, was recently maned to the U.s. Dayt. Cap Team'

-- ------- -_._- 'Florida A&M University Negroes, last week were pro- his claim. as Its first Negro member. Richmond native, Ache, age 20, ic a tudvt
Rattlers will open a 10- testing the reported rejection by at UCLA. ;

same football slate here Cardinal James McIntyre

i 1 YOUR 2ND TIRE September. 28 against the archbishop of Los Angeles, of a '
plea for an active role by his
Lincoln University (Mo. ) c. S.rE .
archdiocese in the current civil
Tigers. The game will be
right struggle sweeping the
When.You. played in Bragg Stadium.Wokh nation.

Buy One $ The Los Angeles Sentinel, an 1

; 6 an Associated Negro Press
At Any
This! Clowa member newspaper, reported

Price Shown that its switchboard flooded
I 2& 4 37 51 with telephone calls by persons

u with .
I 443-11-11 expressing disagreement 1R
r NEW RECAPS GUARANTEED the cardinals statement on the DOp STOtS
1S.OOO MILES_ CR 12 MONTHS 2 8 issue. t.hI

SIZE -_..BLACK* WHIIEWAII610a1S The cardinal according to the '. y ,
$ T.9S.S 8.95 9 4 report, stated that the Negro is 'F.
r 710.15 -- S' 1:95----- S '.95 1 6 treated better in Los Angelesthan a ,-+y,< ? ,.,. ,
t '760*15 $ 9.95IC.95 in any other city in the
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r 900.14! = $I 0.95 l"Pltti .! Sometimes he's down action. in opposing civil rights t .

Tax.n4 Rtcappable= rITe V
He adds, subtracts The cardinals statement '

BRAKES; WHEEL 95 He works it all arounf painting a roses picture of the ,

Rclined . 1'095 Reoligament WALL COINGTTPACTIOtf Negro in Los Angeles stirred ix ...... ....,
such protests the Sentinel said, ."' ...... 41(,. ..:
1 TIRES BALANCED (INCLUDING WTS,) $1.25 33 65 42 that a spokesman for a local ..... .. .. r-


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:: FIR RENT LEO'S SHOE REPAIR lOHNNIE'S HOTELFREE Youth Theft Nora AndersonIn Royal Court ,

Would nished like apartment to share with fur- Shoe RepairingOf 741& W.TV Ashley-JaxFla.IN EVERY ROOM Ring JailedThe Day Spring SchedulesMusicale } Your Last Chance To Save !Money I

single person; air cond.; Any KindIs For Reservations, Call Tea MUST RAISE CASH
all modern conv. ; 2922 arrest of two Recital SundayMrs. -1
F1.5.4025PIANO ./
Moncrief Rd. ; Saturdayor Our Only Business youths caught In the Royal Court No. 131 of Only Few Lift
Sunday. Nora Anderson will Days II I
845 Florida Avenue I WANTEDParty act of carting away be presented in after the Lily White Association I
goods from a local will present a GOOD ASSOftTMafTSi i
FOR. RENT * Will Pay Cash I supermarket this week, service with friends re- musical-tea Sunday afternoon GIRLS' DRESSES !
S cital Sunday. 18 at
Aug. to 6x
err ces 97
CALL SP 1-4290 $ .
Furn-Singl Man or Working resulted In the arrestof Aug. 18 in Blodgett
8:30 0' clock in Day slightly soiled
Sound Service for Advertising -
Woman-H&C Water two more, one of Homes Auditorium. 1207
Spring Baptist Church. Sizes 12 to 18 months Up to 4.99
Dances, Ball
354-5339 whom is a juvenile, Davis Street.
Games, etc. Also Loud Mrs. Anderson one of
m reports stated. Featured artist will
FOR RENT the leading sopranos at CAR COATS LACE GLSTHS '
i Speaker Service for Royal I Patrolmen H. W. Nichol- be Mrs. Ola (Fongs My I
Furn-6 Rm-All Modern Banquets, Concerts, Cola son and C. C. Rhoden Pt. Sinai Baptist Church. Mother Loved) Lawrence. SCRANTON ;
Conv-1154 W. 32nd St. i Record Hops etc. standing will sing favorites.many out-Mrs. Guest artists will be the I New Line $2.97 : 72 x 90 $2.77 '

El 4-2629 El 3-0002-SOOND SERVICE Gospel Echoes Trio with i Reg. 4.99
Willie D. Lucas will Reg. 4.99 each
Mrs. Inez Bivens. direc-
narrate the program.
Hostesses will include: DOOR
Other program participants -
BEAVER ST. SEAFOODS Mrs. Gladys Crapp. Mrs. .
will include:
Katie trlckl and, Mrs. Mrs. L.C. Sampson. Mrs. Boys & DIAPER SET Assorted ItEM I

Headquarter for the Finest and Freshest Seafood Available Myrtle Means Mrs. Fs- LillIe M. Smith. Mrs. Girls 27
tella Lee, Mrs. Ida M. $1.90 Up to 1.99 $ j jSltwer
2677 W. BEAVER-WEST OF McDUFF AVE. EV 8.2633 Mary E. Taylor Mrs. Reg. 3.00
Charles Mrs. Margaret
THE FINEST QUALITY MONEY COULD BUY. Mrs. Alice Williams, Mrs. serve as hostesses.The Window CURTAINS & 8 NAPKINS t I
public is Invited. I
THURSDAY.FRIDAY AND SATURDAY SPECIALS Susie Broun. !!rs. George; $1.97 CUT WORK $6.97Many
OPEN FRIDAY fr SATURDAY FROM 7 A.M.'TIL7 P.M.ammr9 1 Ford, Mrs. Mary J. Allen Reg. 3.25

on by I. IIg.'Gle twn,9Or tom .y at, limp piK. 01. po.ng up t ,av.r it. 0 CCOsFla. and Miss Willie M. Jack- Visited Atlanta
Dcl.c cs. fresh. sfill' thr "'
eWU Srnl: son. Mr. and Mrs. Jerome Many other items Greatly Reduced
of 2029 TalladegaRd.
The Site Will Harper
COOKED FRESH FLA LOBSTERS LB. 75c SHRIMP Amaze You FRYI cc LB.49c said they caught Jerome Song FestivalMrs. have returned to HUSNEY'S LINEN SHOP

SHRIMP SIZE LB. 79c Perry, 17, of 1421 Mary Nealy of Mt.% the city after having

=Live t.Mon troywort.I'L.4EH w, how IOb.ters. brought hav 1ft pone from up MOH.25c 0 n.pound.r.f"g Set_ OCEAN J1\1BO SHRIMP LB. 98 C Myrtle Ave. and the juvenile Moriah AME Churcb will spent a week in Atlanta 211 LAURA STREET I
FROZEN with the stolen be featured in a Ga., as house guests of
MAINE LOBSTERS E\CR 95c COOKED STONE: NOLllllite' merchandise during "Spiritual Deliverance Mrs. Harper s aunts, Open MOIL & Fri. 9 a.m. to 9 p.m. I
Su"Ir-A Rel/y/ Tyre leryeh LIMIT early morning. in Songs" progrv Sunday Mrs. Nancy Reynolds and
nnH CAUGHT /L PRz LB. After questioning the Aug. 18 at 6:55 p. Mrs. Alice Wright. a jrai I

YELLOW TAil SNAPPER I.R.49c pair, them in turn im- m. In the auditorium of 1
Fresh Claw CRAB MEAT lb..51.15
... Mt; Sinn Baptist ChurchSTRAND i
.ti.as. fish..wll. .tIff the morket iNlrtly 10 buy Ih.m plicated Buddy .
n.... f<)r ,.,... IW.. frHzn. Fresh White CRAB MEAT ......Lb. $1.3D COllins 1
20, of 554 W. 19th St.
DOLLAR SALE S KING MACKEREL STEAKS ........Lb. 45c and Robert Lee Fields, !

FRESH CAUGHT MULLET ,,.4 Lbs fRESH WATER CATFISH . ....lb. 49c 18, of 425 W. 18th St. Starting SundayPlease -\8G\ ( DEAL

Lbs" FRESH CAUGHT SPEC. TROUT ...Lb. SSe Detective Sgts. W. E. -
RED SNAPPER, Gen. Pensacola .Lb. 55c
SALT WATER BREAM .....4 Lbs. do not reveal -- OF THE WEEK AT. .
.. .. the middle of this picture!
SHEEPSHEAD ............4 Lbs. KING CRAB CLAWS 12.0z Pkg..89c "II'


PAN FISH ..... .......4 Lbs nUH CUT DRESSED ..II'INIU

PETERSBURGLB. 1161 Rd. EL 3-6203



Alsabrook and Ed Boyer \ .. .- : Closeout On Major BrandsSECONDS
11.1.11 nrri ... wt
said the ..
---- youths admitted ROD TAYLOR
I4 t"cr' 11 !d' t" f"UIIMiI' KEITH MJCHB.rSWbN .. -
burglaries at CHANGEOVERS
e :. A f ; VqJJ-wB. appliance-lumber firm
and a service station. "


Glorious Entertainment Nightly further questioned con- s -

., cerning other unsolved
'"" I burglaries, police said.

,:.;4 \ 8 AnniversaryProminent ROOSEVELTStarting 650x13 $95

.choirs and pastor congregationswill their SundayONEOFTHEGREATONES 1JI llJi-bi BLACK T-T

supervise services ;

"S"a nightly when Mother E. SECONDQUAN.

Tunson celebrates her 1

19th anniversary begin-

ning Monday night, Aug.
19th with Little Rock 1TONY SIZE 6- MAKE SALE PRICE \
Baptist Church Rev. BLK. WSW .,
Mitchell pastor dIrec- S 33 600:13_ _BFGTBLS: SEC. 10.95' JigS-

ting services. 92.6S0 13 6.FG._.C T.T.SEC.g95_ ; -

20700 "I B.F.G.:TBLS.': S.EC. 11.9S10 ; + =
_600x156.F.G.TBLS.SEC.1_ 1g5 _=

Cash Selling the -4SS20 1.5 B.F.G.T.T..SE5=.. ::_ j7gg

Florida Star Newspapers2117 CURTIS -f6- _750x14 B.F.G.T.T.SEC. 12.95' 14.9514 .
Wi hart StreetOr
ss Call PI 9-1271 SIDNEY POTTIER -900z146.F.G.TBL5.5EC... .._ 19.9St
440xI3REC.O..]' .L5. 15.95'

BARGAINS! CLOSEOUTSAll -5- _600x13 B.F.G.:TBLS_ C.O. -- 17,95'

Kinds Merchandise- -5- _820z15FIRETBLS.C.O.': 24.95

Broadcasting Friday Nights FREE GIFTSWrite! for -6- _750x14. _US__SS800 TBLS. jg,95- -

InformationHerndon32304 670xISU5.SOO_ TBLS. 1'S.9S- -
with Box 2543.W.A.S.,
: Tallahassee plus 6,710x1S US TBL5. 19.95'. -
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"' NEW LOCATION "THE BLACK ZOO" 87S0x14 US 5800 TBLS. 21.95'

: featuring Gene White at the Organ -5- =800x14 U.S58 TBLS. 23.91' "
.'" MRS. BETTY' '" DINGLE, for- -and- 4 900x14 US S800 TBLS. 28.5.

1 ; : : Special Attraction merly of the Moderistic --r1- 760xfsOSS"800TBLS2595'-

\1. ;, Beauty Salon, is now "THE DESPPORADOESARE -SOOxISUSSSOOTBLS28.95': -
Monday Night, Aug. 19th t "Fall Fashion Forecast" associated with the ---3-- -820xISUSS80bTBLS2995-
Orange Blossom Beauty IN TOWN"A --
Featuring Salon706 Broad St. -S- 6oo'xf3US5800TB1311:95': :
2414 Myrtle Avenue Triple Feature Shaw 42 -650xI3-US-S80-0 TBLS.- -- 15.95'.

Vogue Sixty Models Guild -6S0xI4-US-S8 OTBLS. 16.95. -

3 -560x15-US- 5800 TBLS. 16.95' 1895_
Mondays-Ladies Night
"Avto Insurance -1 -135:380S58 OfBLS17.95.. "

Wednesday Night
E I for all \

; 'Preferred rates for good drivers 3-VaJ/

Fri. & Sa'' Nile.The 4 .:17, R i
rates far drivers 95
'Special ealocky
Happenings Sp(!fIJ'/ Htrt's What W. Do: j
Correct Cjttcr. Gibe r and To..In. I Inspect It..rmE ;
SR-22 filings for Florida Law ). This service wiH live you Mfer driving, Nfier
Cocktail Hour. if. nrf ..ndlltill protonf your tirt rml'.*f*, Complete '
After this ute-DTK* will/ lit back to S6 95
Nightly 6 10 8 p.m. KoBtMj Installments Local Clio Service FREE-UNDERCAR SAFETY CHECK .

Office Open MOB. & Fri. Until 8:00: p.m.

4:00: p.n. Oi Saturdays
1.1. thrr Sat.

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