The Florida star
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Permanent Link: http://ufdc.ufl.edu/UF00075901/00533
 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: October 5, 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
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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: UF00075901:00533
 Related Items
Preceded by: Indian River star (Titusville, Fla.)
Succeeded by: Indian River star (Cocoa, Fla.)

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13-NO. 27 SATURDAY OCTOBER 5, 1963 15 CENTS * * ********** Teams Urged To StrikeOut

Miamians Facing Grand Jury Two Florida Cities

rl AUG SCHOOLS ... ,. TAMPA -- Two major league teams, the Boston -
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Hb r ,' '". Red Soxs and the Pittsburgh

t a have been asked to reconsider plans to

w setup baseball farm clubs n.t Ocala and Pa-
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: c.41T4 ET BOMB SCARES latka.Robert Faunders. Florida restaurants they will be

field secretary of the discriminated against.

.. NAACP said both cities since they have pot been
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t Na r * * k lack racially integrated desegregated. "

E s. bceful DemoNstratioN Seeks Suit Filed To Forbid City facilities. He said local The telegram! to the Boston -

NAACP branches in Pittsburgh club asked that it

;j c /fld To Local IscrIlnlNa loll From Requiring Permits ForDemonstrations ,. John A. Neff Billy Griffin Fayett Yager and Boston are remove'! farm teams from

working with him to obtain Ocala "until such tireas
Saturday At 1 p.m. By Local Groups" 4.
reconsideration of all citizens may be

the plans of the two major accorded full constitutional -
A Freedom March in which several thou- ST. AUGUSTINE -- Telephone calls emptiedfive league teams.In rights. "
schools Tuesday when callers said the ;
; a telegram to the
sands sympathizing participants are ex- schools would be blown up. School Superin- z

to take Hartley said they calls ; Pirates management Car Crash
pected part will be staged,by tendent Douglas Saunders proposed that
the Jax Branch of the National Association were made by pranksters. the club obtain guarantees -
Racial integration had Kills WomanA
in Federal District from Palatka city
for the Advancement of Colored started at two of the

.. ..... schools this' the Court on behalf of the officials against dis-
z people here Saturday at 1 p.m. sss year; Youth Council of criminatory practices. car which went out
others are .
ccordinp to local local and state government St.: Augustine.The He said he had since of control and careened
Schools: mentioned were
Rrnnch officials: themarch and unbiased ycuth.under leadership learned that the Pitts-
pre- the Orange Street R.R into a utility pole at
is heing planned sent tion of local nerp. of Pr. Robert B. Willie J. Henry Charles Lee Ware burgh-Palatka contract
Puller ood. Ket-
Hunt. .
to 'express n desire Marshaling point for Hayling.started peaceful calls for a special area 32nd St. and Moacrlef
terlinius and :'velynHasMin : FACING GRAND JURY -- Five of the six men
for complete freedom the march will be Bethel demonstrations against to be built for players.
who have been accused by a 15-y nr-olrl Negro Friday night, Sept.
under the American democracy If Negro enter
Institutional Raptist segregated public facilities -
In the girl in connection
m.ep.ntijne; t. with an alleged 27, caused the instant
find to seek equal Church at 1 r.it. following last July. 7 criminal attack shown the city limits he said
Augustine racial trouble are above. The State
opportunity for nil "and attempt to use the death of a passenger and
P: brief ceremony in They applied for a permit '
roved into the court- Attorney's office said it would be "at
people. the church the march r oon. to hold a public, least a week perhaps longer before-the hotel theaters or even injuries of the driver

t In thousands of leafletsdfstributedto rill get underway and City officials and law meeting in the ""old Hade Grand Jury hears evidence against the eat at lunch counters or
and two other riders.
; the will proceed to Pity enforcement officers slave narket" an his-

public this week, the Hall where the sneaking were ordered to appear toric landmark. They Capital Gets Police reported.

theme of Fnturrt y' s program will he held.An in p.r strict Court were denied the permit men.Reporter's Probe Into Rape Reported dead on arrival -

march centered around appeal askinc the at Jacksonville to an- but elected to hold Negro On ,

f, "\Jo and mree orr;." aid 'cr ministers, ,swer a petition for an their public meeting Official at Duval Medical !
'"*"r"" H"nJ"T N" WII// r ,J """" < -4 Case Brjngs _. Action __. .
.,. The puhl b ...... Gaem. '!!e t1 synrathizers; fraternal 'injunctionthatwodld--a3il; ; ap---=- : > ? Zoning Board Center was Mrs. Sarah
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also demanded: % labor, citizens to endorse :--'" forhTd-enforceneiit'of'a 'police used electric The hus ;d-uP rape case involving a 15- Howard 54, 0 f 354 Oak i

Mennlnful civil rights the myrrh city ordinance requiring prods to break up the
ear-oJcl Negro girl allegedly attacked by WASHINGTON -- (ANP) -
laws; federal! state and crowd at the labor day St. Listed In serious
being sent out tl'is week a permit for demonstrations I William F. Harps. first
three whites and three Negroes which a condition at Duval Medical -
local fair employment rallY.one third of which
to all areas (If the city vice president of the
programs; decent housing by the sponsors A suit: to stop St. was white. However no Metro Police desk-man told a Florida Star John F. pinkett Inc. Center and charged

; a sincere integration Augustine's city officials white participant was., '
Demonstrators reporter was:: 'a closed case three real estate firm, was with reckless operation
program in educa- from arresting among the 28 arrested.
# appointed to the Boardof
tion; representation in Negroes participating in NAACP Legal Pefense attorneys weeks ago is now wide open. * of a vehicle while
lid < Zoning Adjustment by
Rejected sit-in and picket lines also asked the As a matter of fact- tract from Chief Probation the District Commissioners driving under the influence -

Report Says OCALA -- Judge Lewis protesting racial discrimination court to prohibit city
thanks to a probing re- Officer J.V. Blanton was last week. of Intoxicantsis
Myers Tuesday denied an was filed officials from arresting
porter-six men were Harps whose term began
Haitians Deported, NAACP attorney's motion here recently by atcitizens attending pub that the "Incredible"rape the car's driver
Fept. 30, is the Board'sfirst
seeking a new trial for torne; F of the NAACP lic meeting protesting. bound over to the juryon report was under in- Negro member. He Ulyses Harper 49, of

Cubans Welcomed 17 Negroes arrested Legrl Defense Fund.Scheduled Jim crow. charges of rape and
succeeds Charles-.
vestigation. Many sources 1571 W. 28 ta 8t.
for Johnson
here for public demon- hearingttorney
contributing to the delinquency Koones. who has servedon
MIAMI -- (AND -- The stra tions recently. Thursday, the hearing assisted by Jack C1re'e were tapped even the the zoning body for Two other passengers

question of race preju- NAACP Counsel Francisco was cor.tinner.. ] to a later berg Constance Baker of a minor State Attorney's office. three years. Mrs. Lucile Harvey 63,

dice FodriQUez of said date. Motley and Leroy P.
was raised here Tampa following a hearing before
Harps 47 has been em- of 368 Oak St. and Otis
But helpful as assistant
last week when immigra- he w mId appeal the Earl:: Jobnson.r rrE' ent- Clark all of the Pe- as
W.R. Cur- ployed by the Pinkett
tion authorities indi ruling to a higher ing the Legal Tefense fense Fund's New York Judge state attorney Moore 47, of 213 Park
firm since 1939. He is
cated they would deport court. Fund, entered the suit City headquarters. breath in Juvenile Court
I "-rfJ Seymour Gelber tried to in charge of property St. were released from
25 refugees from Haiti f 4. last Monday.It .
Execution. Date SetAFTER be, he had little infor- management appraising toe Center after having
while a u. S. Congressman all began t for the company.He .
was preparing to leave mation to give since no is the former presi- undergo several days

for Castro's Cuba to on Aug. 27th treatment.
infromation had been dent of the Washington

seek amnesty for 85.00C when Florida brought to his office. Peal estate Brokers *s-

political prisoners from Star Editor, 4. sociation a director of
that island. / The Florida Star reporter the National Association Bombing FlfldReaches

The question was asked : .. Eric 0. SimP-II: had learned that of Real Fstate Brokers

by critics here: Are the son began dig- SIMPSON and a member of the New
the 15-year-old girl was $76,000
Cubans more desirablethan j ging into reports of the York Peal Estate Board.
the Haitians he- : taken to Jackson Memorial
1 alleged rape of a 15- BI RMI N G'1' AM--(AMP! )--'DIe
ciaise of the differencein Hospital for treatmenton Negro Republicans

the color of their year-old Negro girl by fund for the arrest and

skins? These critics # _4 i Aug. 24 where she reported -
t / six grown men on Aug. Threaten To Bolt PartyNEW conviction of Btrniagiaa

feel that the U. S. "/I ..... 23. being raped by six bombers passed $76,000

Government was saying in .,., I';. > Following the medical YORK -- (ANP) --
effect: "Cubans? Si! 1iLabor men. Negro Republican leadersin last week sad still was
He became curious
Haitians? No!" FINAL APPEALS were denied.the execution of Jacksonville residentsHarold more examination the Mother of Westchester County climbiag.
when told by a Metro desk-
The 25 Haitians had Simon (left). Willie Young and Calvin Thomas were signed last week by Governor the girl said a Metro detective have informed the GOP Spokesmen said
fled their homeland man that the case was County leaders that $76,217
Farris Bryant.The trio were found guilty of the fatal shooting-robbery attempt asked her to den
seeking a haven in the closed because the Medical Arizona Senator Barry IoU bees subscribed to
United States. Just as of a Myrtle Avenue grocer in 1960. Raiford Prison officials set the execution a paper that would release Goldwater would be 'un-
Examiner Dr. H.A Novell the fund with clericsand
Cubans have date for Monday Oct. 7 at 8:30
been pouring a.n. the department from fur- acceptable as a Pre-
in here by the thousands according to police sub- sidental candidate next City Mall clerks II I
Holds Seminar For MinoritiesATLANTA. ther investigation of the I
since the political Department Employment stantiated that the report year and have urged that still oowtlag. f fI
takeover of Fidel Cas- case. I
tro. GA.--(Special) In arranging this meet- Sicilar seminars are of rape was unfounded the county officialsseek Almost $II... has been
She related that Henry: and a candidate rore

After immigration authorities Executives and officialsof ing. Secretary of.Labor being held during October More than a week passedand a tiiite companion took her acceptable ro Negroes.The pledged to the reward

indicated the the U.S. Departmentof W. Willard Wirtz said in Boston Massa- there 'was no n'ews on opposition to Gold- sum since it was aa-
to a spot behind a fenced-
t 25 from' Haiti wouldbe water was pressed by
need ttet _.411 had ;
Labor in the Atlanta earlier The purpose of Chaabersburg. the reported rape nor
deported. The Miami chusetts; in buildingThe five Negro leaders W I
been rd.....
Tines rebuked the area will hold a.one- the seminar Is to assist Pennsylvania; Chicago evidence that officials defendants were P.euben Goring. Joseph I.

government "ith this day seminar on equal Labor Department Illinois; Cleveland, 'were making an honest effort listed asWillie J.Henry Fvans. Paul Dennis, The breekdowa oa re-
statement "Let's Charles Llttlejohn. and ward subceriptioasshewed
: not
let race prejudice des- employment opportunitiesfor : supervisory personnel in Ohio; Denver. Colorado; to bring Justice in 20. of 5560 NW 12th Ct; Robert Watkins who call that $T.909 has

troy our heritage" of minorities here to- working with unions; Industry Kansas City, Missouri; the case. The case seemedto Charles Ware 47, of 1430 themselves the "FleDhants"

being a nation that has morrow. groups.Individual be petering out. No one and Prank of Westchester. beea pledged tfcroaga
NW 44th St.
Nashville, Tennessee; witt
'always held out its during a meeting religion
Dr. Robert S. Soar groups individual companies wanted to talk about it orsamlaatieas.
hand to receive the op- New York New York; San Clayton 31, 2315 NW 51st Leader Edward Michael-

pressed peoples of the Professor of Educationat the Negro communities Francisco California; no one would give out any St., all Negroes.The tan. $23.717 throat City I

world." the University of and other information. The resolution the Hall $10,000 bj no v. :
white listedas
and Seattle Washington. men are
first of its kind by a feorge C. Wallace and
On the same day that and Dr.
South Carolina organizations in orderto A juvenile court investigators -
Griffin 28.
** : Billy Negro Republican group
the Haitians arrived ** ** $5.GN by A. fl. ffeUoa
Samuel M. NabrittPresident gain support for and and her au in the state stated
Congressman Charles 0. A Newspaper is of Opa Locks Villas; Joseph

Porter announced that he of Texas Southern acceptance of policies Little Value unlessit peaors were as BUB' aswooden Neff. 23, 28 E. 17th St., that GOP leaders had ( earmarked for ooa-
sensed the mood of Negro -
viatiee of pee+aoas 10
would leave for Cuba to
Indians and all
University in Houston re-
relating to equal eaploynent can print the newsas Hialeah and Donald Yager Republicans In West-
seek refuge for the 85,
000 CUhan prisoners. keynote the conference opportunities. it sees it. .. .... pbrtar Simpson could ex- 33, of 3097 NW 100th St. Chester. bombed MB he* .)


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THE FLORIDA ; STAR Polities As Usual
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Published by The Florida Star Publishing Co A strong alliance of labor, civil rights

14ember of Associated Negro Press" __ and 'liberal forces in the nation was
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1_ called for by three-day
EMC 0. SIMPSIN.............MaagMfi Eflter irr 1 4 Zr a conference in

Unity House, Pa. of Negro, Jewish and
ALYSON E. WISE...................News Editor
labor leaders. The meeting, was sponsoredby
HILBA WOOTEN.........Ctrci4ati i Maier
; the National Trade Union Council for
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k. MAIN OFFICE & PLANT: '.., .: Human Rights of the Jewish Labor Cow-

2323 Moncrief Road.....Phone Elgin 4.6182 '4)pf Y Q' I .: mittee. The labor delegates- came from 28 t
F N I international unions, the I II

Mailing Address: QO I : national headquarters of the 1 I

P. O. Box 561, Jacksonville 1 1t Florida Q : I AFL-CIO and several state and

\ /. ', city and central labor bodies.

138 NW 3rd Ate. Phone 3771025 st \\\ij/\ \ /l- The dominant refrain of the

/ / conference sessions was the -

SUBSCRIPTION RATES sxVMl//\ need for of
t: / tt tE tOt.OR / r.., unity the ad- SIMPSON
One Year. .$600 Half Year. $4.00 N .. y -- -- vocates of
...... .f... / equal opportunity, full employment -
Mailed to You Anywhere in the United States I 1k (((1 : --...I'y" .ATOM. '\:,; and social progress. These constitutea

Subscription payable in Advance : majority of the American people
.; A ERM SPRAY J cording -
Send Check or Money Order to:
to a conference resolution. The statement

FLORIDA STAR P. 0. BOX 561 went on to say that the basic problem

Jacksonville I, Florida JL -..,...4,.l. .$.t..;, J.f. .. ,,.. 'is the organization and mobilization of
> '" .'.;. ':.r t'4. ... ...." l.If. ......- that majority to carry out its aims. It }
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Will i We Be Treaty Breakers :'"'.1' r'.i :''' ......,tl ..v .' .-..}, ,':)':Jfl'1f..r.r .,'. said that 'It is here that the great ]
v :!' Ii _o{..n-4".;; r.i4d:- .
'Treaties made to be ,",.I.l. J' ..t.C !' ,. .... -:-.- liberal coalition
are kept. We expectour .-'(' )-- .' 'r;'W.. -.. .''. 1.\'i 1.o.c., ....__ ,.'...""'".- that fundamental alliance ,

country to keep its end of the bar- ..= ...";.,..:'r.. "; :.. ... of progressive forces in the land ,

gain, just as we expect other nations like ;' PROBLEMS TO BE RESOLVED FIRST -

Russia to respect treaties.' the Negro, Jewish, Spanish-speaking and ,1

Words such as these are familiar nowa- other ethnic communities, the labor movement ,

days. But in this case their source and and the ndllions of liberal minded

the circumstanee that led them are un- Your Weekly Americans-is so essential to the accomplishment -

usual. of the basic goals that all of

They are found in a letter which a Mon- us share.'

tana Indian, a member and former Presi- Horoscope Guide The statement warned that the only ones

dent of the Flathead Tribal Council, sent who' would benefit by a split between

to newspapers in several Western states. labor Negroes and other ethnic minorities j

They have to do with the proposed con- would be the 'Southern racists, their
struction of a federal dam which would Northern reactionary allies and the labor

flood 16,000 acres of Flathead land. baiters and anti-Semites.' ,
This would be direct and ruthless violation ;.; The main speakers at the conference wereG.
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of a treaty signed with the Flatheads BUSINESS I LOVE TRAVELARIFS Mennen Williams, Assistant Secretary of

in 1855, and ratified by the U.S. ------ ,. __ __ State for African Affairs, James Farmer,
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four sears later. In the uords of the Wyoming National Director of the Congress of
get jour friends mixed are inclined to be too ,
State Tribune/ .While we are pondering Born March 21st thru up in your affairs or to generous with those you Born Jan. 20th thru Racial Equality and Gus Tyler, Assistant

'the good intentions of the Soviets April 19th try to accelerate the love. They could be Feb. 18th President of the "International Ladies'

The time has cone when pace against the resis- quick enough to take advantage You should be able to Garment Workers' Union. Each of them
carrying out the terms of
a treaty negotiated you may relax and allow tances of present circumstance of it. Protect make more accurate J
with this *. of called for the prompt enactment of Presi-
country, the United your principal-colla- Fven if your valuables. evaluations peopleand

States itself is In the process of vio- borator to take over the mind is racing ahead of 5-20-44-16-76-524 events making it dent Kennedy's civil rights proposals to

reins. This is esrecial- your ability to keep up easier for you to con- the U.S. Congress.
lating. one of its .own sqlenn commitmentsmade -- ly true when you risk with it. you will find SCOF.PIO solidate your long-range j i
Born Oct. 24th thrn
.... over, a century ago'.witb. the Flathead -: the danger of falling that the deliberate and 2rui obj ctives. It would be. ; .
-" Nov.
Indians! victim to aafraudulentproposition calculated pace will get somewhat risky to spend ISSUES: GOOD AND BAD

or maneuver you tc ur goal in good Those of who too much for the home or
The parallel is a striking The Free you are By P. L. Prattis
one. The rest of this last time. uo not make the under a romantic spellor to take tripe that are

World, our own nation included, has beenappalledbySovietRussia's quarter emphasizes collective mistake of butting in emotional strain are too extensive as wellas Almost anything the President. or any

constant and .enterprises: .'with when others are getting the ones most susceptible expensive. Consider other person in high political office may j'
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'" c ; no encroaching, on along very well withoutyou. to tempting lures study courses. Accept say, no matter how worthy, can be attri-
cynical violations of agreements, sup- anyone else's privilegeor offer suggestionsonly that the chance to clear up
are being
motive base other \
buted to a political or ,
posedly made in good faith. There .is sol- territory. There is when asked. before your eyes Peject neglected chores and
danger of a clash of 6-30- 8-15-83- foods that mow getting your accountsup wise. On the surface, that is because any-
idly-grounded fear that new agreements, you are
overwhelming dimensions LEO not good for you,' con- to date. Many of your thing political luminaries say has a tendency -
including the nuclear test ban, will be when this rule is not Born July 23rd thru serve vitality and personal problems are
your to draw to them to' reiiel
treated in the same callous fashionshouldit strictly observed by all Aug. 22nd shun the pitfalls in the disappearing.There people or
alike The You should not take all them.
suit Communist purpose to do so. Will parties coming path of the unwary. Your is more to be
months will present additional the responsibility on. home companions will respond gained through the use Hence, when President Kennedy in a recent
our:own government follow an equally cyni- shoulders Avail*-
, opportunitiesfor your sooner to gentle of your brain power than press conference paid tribute to the groninb -
I cal.policy--different in area, but identical all Arians to cement yourself of the wisdom'and treatment than 'to do i- through your emotional
their alliances and to experience of allies reactions number of white Southerners who went
in principle--in the Flathead Indian nation. You should check during this I
make improvements in and counselors to arriveat your reactions this 1,ast quarter. Whether to obey the law, he was unquestionablybeing
Insurance? their economic policies. the right conclusionsYour
you are out to make
evening. :
politically smart, but I doubt very ,I
This is not a carping question. The honorof Meanwhile, think about failure to do so money or to acquire pro-
could to 8-10-99-12-73-S19 much that he even wanted to be politicallysmart.
it. expose you perty, the developmentof
this nation is involved. What do 'civil'rights' .
-22-15-8S-742 .' quarrels or l wsuits.It 23rd thru a sound and workable I do think he wanted to be smart in j
(4 4 mean if treaties like this are
would not be prudent. '
'. plan is a prerequisite
Dec. 21st -
TAURUSBorn the of doing something to narron the
\ sense t
.I'-- to become reckless Take another look at
wantonly broken? April 20th thru on You should not take all
May 20thA the highways or to get your economic procedures the responsibility on cleavage between white Americans and black

involved with disap- including those that are your shoulders. Avail Americans in the Southland.:
OUR PAST THIS WEEK rather tricky situ proving In-laws. Keep on a partnership basis. yourself of the wisdom
i This is smart important and necessary.
be avoided ,
tion should
your home safeguardedat Adopt the measures that and experience of allies
October 6, 1871--The Original Fisk Jubilee between partners, and all times. Be extra are deemed necessary to and counselors to arriveat As I have written tine after tiRe, the so-

Singers started on tour from Nashville competitors alike. Your careful when you have to restore or protect sta- the right conclusionsYour called revolution cannot be won withoutthe
talents are activate' do any traveling on the bility. Act promptly. failure to do so
Tenn. of white Asericans. Our Job is
and they should be fur- highways or in your vi- Do not go to extremesin could expose you to

October 7, 1821--niliam Still, who direc- ther encouraged by the cinity. anything you eat, say quarrels or lawsuits. not to set black against white, or even

ted the Underground RailroaJ in Phila- praise that emanates 1-80-55-12-75-185 or do. You seem to be 2-100-33-19-46-213 white against white, but to unite black
from those whose Judge bothered by the idea PISCESBorn
delphia, was born. VIRGO and white on the side of what is right.
ment you respect. The Born Aug. 23rd thru that your ambition is Feb. 19th thru

October 7, 1897--Elijah Muhammad, leader indications that immoderate Sept. 22ndIt getting too hot to March 20th There are nany signs that this bsit \>e done

r of the Muslims in U.S. born Elijah Poolein pleasures of handle.Be gratefulfor You may have to devote and that it must be done, but the necenbity
I any description could would be interestingfor some moments of
Georgia. to determine greater attention to creates a job that must bfe worked at day
toll you
exact a are leisure to catch up on
budget, investmentsand
October 8, 1889--Frederick Houglass appointed strongest. You nay have whether you are in need details that had to be your Joint economic in- and nightpositively.There .

to rebuff the friendswho of additional training pushed aside before. Mind about
minister to Haiti. terests. There are in- is no question my
impose upon you. or education to promote wish
October 8, .1922-J.E. Jones, theologian your chances of advance- Contact visit.people you dictions that neglector Wallace of Alabama and Barnett (Johnson)
professor at Virginia Union University, 4-70-33-13-59-473 ment or to strike out on Indolence could pave Mississippi eventually being isolated.
GFMINI 3-80-11-18-91-381 the way for a substan-
died. Born Mey 21st thru your own at the first CAPRICORNBorn tial loss. Continue to They and their kind ultimately *>e replaced.The .
opportunity. You seem <
October 9, 1871--Start of the great fire June 21stBe to have the capacityfor Dec. 22nd thru be guided by the opinionsor Negro vote will help to replace them

of Chicago, which lasted three days and mate influenced or others who by share your bigger things. This-<|J- Jan. 19th whoa examples you consider of those to be: not with a Negro necessarily, but with a

caused a loss of is a splendid day to indulge you can take enough
your affections into on your side. You Bay- man who is on the side of what id ri kt.
yourself in time off fron business
October 10, 1955--The U.S. Supreme Court 'doing the things that your. ... bavc account-
to give an being
favorite social circles."! t'o. pay more attentionto Thus in the peaceful BOW
contribute to Joy of
ting of yourself or cer-
ordered the University of Alabana to admit People who trust you the family's wants the great challenge is to find
living of one and all. tain cash disbursements.If waged, one
Autherine Lucy and Polly lepers, who had But there l- arch a will appreciate your and your living quar- you are in the wrong, ways to make friends without surrendering
opinion. ters. it is a good tine
been denied entrance to the university in thing as having too much you will have to pay up. .
to think of expanding,
1952 because they were Negroes. of anything, even that LIBRA 3-50-77-14-92-357 when that has been made The principles you have is the kind of effort which requiresmore
which is considered good lived by provided they
\ October 11, 1882--R. Nathaniel Dett, and this nay be made Born Sept. 23rd thru necessary but do not conform to the highest brains, than bravery. It is the kind
commit yourself to extravagant -
teacher and composer of 'Listen to the evident to you. This Oct. 23rdA projects. Ex- human Ideals, are your of effort which can be exercised by individuals -
certainly is not the day in mainstays no Batter what
critical point
Lambs. born in Canada. doubt day as
was perience has no as well as masses, every
to press your luck too your personal and public anyone says. You seem to
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Christopher Columbus'voyage to America. way. good to remember this stubbornness.For .
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l October Seventh.
rP ,
, The l eminole Culture BCC Bwedkf Game

: Club will bold its first
, Pall. meeting Monday. a AV P i The program and Coronation -
I) October 7. at 7 p.m. in Ball which ushersin
the home of Mrs. P. G. 4. d dw the Classic of the
Aarons. '1783 Davis St year between Bethune-
Mrs. C. G. WIlliams pre- Cookman College and
l it; sident. Benedict College pro-
All officers and mem- >i". mises to be a gala af-

bers are asked to be # .+.; V f s fair.
present as plans for the + -w l Visiting friends will

year's. program will be I A. mix with local fans on
present ed.. H. ; .. ..' '. Friday night October

members wilt also be re- Auditorium for the pre-
elved. FALL ANNUAL SOCIAL New York and internationally son. Columbus Kennedy. Marie Jones Peggy and Little. Marcella Mackey robe. game celebration.This .
Mrs. P.G. Aarons is Former Jax popularsingerPromoter known models Little Andrea *ilkerson. Shirley hite; daughtersof 411en; Lula Shaw. Hattie Mr. Hood took the storm event precedes the
Milton when he his Smalts hats) Mr. and Mrs. Clarence Hill.Queenie
hostess.BIRTHS. presents Audrey ( FmithLaura last year wearing gold clash between Bethune-
, Hood who uron moving to second annual show in and top designer Cleo White and Joyce Carn. Jones, Florita Jackson tails and a costly pair Cookman wildcats of Daytona -
New York City lt summer the Theresa Ballroom Sims. the daughter of Mr. and Williams. Flizabeth Nel- of gold shoes specially Beach and the Bene-
later scored a Sunday night Oct. 13. Mrs. i' gene Carn. allot son Smalls and Elizabeth made for him by a lead- dict Tigers of Gnluwbip.
smashing success with Featured model will be Former Jaxons now New York City. Hostesses, Nelson. ing New York shoe manufacturer South Carolina Music
his first annual Fabu- Lois Bell of New York living in New York City, also former Jax resi- Last
Mr end Mrs rarren year prominentsocialitebusiness Mr. Hood's for the ball will be
Smith; 3335 Be)fort Ft.; lous Fashions presenta- City, internationallyrenowned and other states appearing dents, will be super- leader costume this year will furnished by Mos,.Xoung
oirlMr tion in Hotel Theresa professional in the srectacular vised by Mrs. GladysGriffin Mrs Azie Parker, consist of black and ma- and his orchestra
and Mrs Leon Gonzalez Ballroom last October model-. designer and instructor will irclude: Mrs fred- dean and president captured New York by roon tails with matching On this evening the
: 1314 vhitner Ft ; to a standing room attendance at La Bell die Cooper. Mrs James of New York City1 storm according to Mr shoes made by the lead- Queen of the Classic
only, will. be School of Charm Davenport (Philadelphia) Florida Club. will
Roy They Hood, when she modeled a ing manufacturer.APPLICATIONS will he crowned. Vary
ably supported by former Other models will include Mrs Elizabeth Brooks,
consist of Mesdanes
>,tr. end Vrs Isaiah number of her creationsfrom beautiful contestantsare
Jaxons now residing in Clifton HutcMn- Delores Patterson Mrs. Viola Howard. Queenie
extensive ward-
I smith; 4811 Tennessee now vying for the
street; Girl honor. The selectionwill
Mr end Mrs Jessie Northwestern's Program Gains Momentum be made within the
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Boy 3a k MARRIAGE LICENSESClarence All local sport loversare
,,'Mr and Mrs. Ode asked to Join in the
Blair; 915 Pilliard Ft.: c r Lane 131 Mary L. Richardson, 1453w. frolic on Friday night.
f no,.. 3 b} Spruce **t. 22 and Barbara State Ft 30. October 18 and then meet
Mr. and Mrs. James! Pumas Ann fard. 1018 Albert Howard 1977 with the thousands of
: 2618 Funny Acre Pr. 4 Jackson street, 24. F. 25th St. 21 and football fans on Saturday -
N. : Boy. :.: wr Alfrec1 A. Washington, Charlotte G. Fwann. 1977W. October 19, in the
Mr. and Mrs Howard r 4 336 F. Beaver St. 35 25th Street, 20. Gator Bowl.Surgery.
Simmons; 6108 Lone Ftar and Helen M.A. Rock 336F. King r. Wright 2038
Poad; Roy. .t j r Beaver street, 25. Tuskegee Pd. 20 and In Pa.
Mr. and Mrs. Julius 5, s Henry W.G. McFwan. Puhy Mae Thrower. 5829 Mrs. Pobert Giving, of
Young: 1423 Wilcox Ft.; Kingston, Jamaica, 28 Avenue B. 17. 716 Sparing street
Girl. : and Willie Thea Cate Grady r. Jones, 650 w. will filter Wills *ye
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Mr and Mrs. Robert 1934 File Street, 2P. 10th Ft 23 and Mary L. Hospital in Philadelphia
Smith: 6771 Phode Island John C. Allen, 1965 Borders. 1195 W. 27th Pa.Oct. 5th to undergo

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I Girl ENROLLMENT INCRF.ASThe recent Photo taken at Music. Faculty members shown are: Mrs. Vernice FORD

Student .t-J,Nurse: ... .Northwestern. Evening Adult School registration Neal, Tailoring: Mrs. Hattie B. Fowler, General /
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enrollment. On Tuesday and Thursday nights from 7 Soott Jr.principal. Seated Mrs. Rachel Mallory 5303

FLINT (ANP) MISS until 10 o'clock, persons may study--at nominal Typing and Shorthand; Eugene White, Music;

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St. Hennia Seminary Participated In Program Woodlawn Presbyterian Accepts Call R. LCelebrates RldelpJh

3 Begins Registration; Opens HOY. Fourth Y, r CHURCH NOTES First

Registration has begun at the Saint Hernia Seal- '.4.,? t BY'L.N. PF ?SON. sp: Anniversary Oct. 7*

( nary for the 1963-1964 tern. Activities for the day Brother P L Pudolph

k'' Curriculum consists of courses In Mental Efficiency ro SUnday October 6 in the 1ilr well known spiritual and'gospel
Woodlawn United
; the Solar Plexus, General Metaphysics, terian Church at Presby-Cleveland song singer who
has appeared in Floridaand
and the Philosophy of Metaphysical Healing. Most r and Woodlawn Roads Georgia and Alabama
begin with the
t courses nay be taken individually by correspondence Church circles numerous times
School at 9:30
a.m. with
will celebrate his firstanniversal'
as well as in the class room. Upon satisfactory .'\.: the superintendent T.V
it .... f'i : ) Monday night
completion of the entire course, a diploma -t, a Huger in charge. Oct. 7 in St. Stephen

will be issued. ...4>........*..*....*.*..... 'i17. The Morning Worship AMF Church. Fifth and
nation, persons are to 1J :, service begins at 10:55:
The Saint Hennia Semi uH rr T' V tF'tt' Davis Streets.Featured .
contact the registrar a.m. Rev. Wilson pastor -
nary which is an affiliate J during the
of the First or the Metarhysicianr. r ; : will deliver the P.FV. WB.. MURRAY has accepted program will be Willie

Church of Metaphysical Hernia S.E. Nobileo at message, and serve the a call to pastor Martin master of cere-

a. Science Inc. received the office. 3210 Fdge- iW% Communion and Baptise. at the second Bethel monies ; Mrs. Ethel

!; Its Charter from the wood Avenue est, Jack- WLff1 Both choirs will support Baptist Church 1546 *L Davenport Bannister. Mt.

State of Florida in sonville 9 Florida the rite with Mrs. Pasco Street. He residesat Ararat's Choir 4, Deacon
Fudyne *atson
at the
Guest residence with 416 Fast 27th
1959. Upon graduationfrom .9 Street. Mathew w. McCoy. Mt. Ara
from the Seminary,branch private bath or connect- + w x control. Mrs.- atson The program begins Oct. rat Quartet Mrs. Path
ing bath is availablefor will serve at the organ 14th through the 20th.
schools may be set up by Valdez and numerous
its graduates under the those that are BROWNIE TROOP 249 of Mt. Ararat Baptist Church were among the hundreds of Girl during the month of Rev. n.R. Barnes and the other local gospel sing
October, and C.F. Sim-
or mentally entire membership of ing
protection of the Parent Scouts from 15 counties which participated in the colorfully impressive Rededication -,1 irons Jr. will rlay for groups.
Charter. tired. The building is Sweetfield will super Friends and the public
'd The Colony is located air-conditioned and ProgrAm last Sunday at Jacksonville Coliseum. In the above photo, the the month of Novemberfor vise the service.Masons are invited.

r I on three and a half centrally ha ated. For girls are simulating their friend-making program conducted in local rest rooms all church worship
services.The David H. legged
I acres of well shaded reservations call where the troop adopts a gran(toother. Portraying the grandmother is Troop Lea United PresbyterianYouth To Hear
PO 5-3916. or write The
land which
!.! pleasant physical recre Colony, Box '9427. Jack- der, Mrs. Annie Henry (seated) while Troop leader Mrs Lucille Jackson will Ir:et at 6:00 Judge Marshall Is Taking Advance

U t, ation. An undenominational sonville 9, Florida. (standing in rear) looks on. Mrs. J. E. Davis is the Troops' leader and is also p.m.the in churchn the Sanctuaryof youthare The Royal Arch* Masons Study In Paris

4 chapel is opened First New lion's a member of Gateway Council. (Royal Art Photo by Walter Wright) urged.to attend.On of District comprising
f daily for
mental concen- Sunday at 7:30 p.m. Duval County will observe David N. Leggett. a New
) tration and meditation; Fete Starts Monday Fountain Chapel Slates Talent Hew Mt. Olive the Church School will 7erubbabel Pay, Stanton High School
1 libraryclassroom First New Zion Baptist render a program in the Sunday October 13th in alumnus left Sept. 30
I' combination; beautiful Church Seventh and AME Church Program Contest Slated Sanctuary of the church. Hillard Florida. Mc- for advanced study in

dining! room, and Davis Sts. will start The topic for discussion Near Chapter of Hillard. the University of Paris.
!;, most modern kitchen to Rev P. w. Jones,pastor, For October 7th t
its cottage prayer ser- will be "what Church Reverend T.F. Webb France it was announced
j' accommodate announced that a Love
"l daily students vices Monday as a fea-. Vying for top honors in Means To Ne." This will High Priest is host. this week.A .
also Feast will be held Fri-
I a ture in connection with; ,the Miss New Mt. Olive also be promotion Day. Free transportation'will language major-French
t f. number of day at 8 in the -g
boarding stu- Its annual revival services p.m. contest scheduled for The public is invited to be provided for end Spanish--Mr. Leggett
.1'' dents Church and that all of-
ff! scheduled Oct. 7 Monday night Oct. 7 at attend. those making the trip. later rursued his come
1 The Colony also ficers and members are I
has through the 11th. .8 o' clock in the church Monday. October 7 at Buses will leave the of study at Morehouse
I facilities available requested to be present.
: for The prayer services. auditorium will he wilma 8:00 p.m. The United Masonic Temple,410 Broad College, Atlanta. Upon
tea%. weddings business will he held at noontime Friends are also invitedunday's Corbina a 6th Grade Presbyterian Church Street at 1:00 p.m. Ser- graduation he was
luncheons services will
) I banquets, Monday through student at James reldon Choir will met in the vice will begin in Hil- signally honored by
ft! club with Sunday School
1 meetings which Friday in the homes o- open Johnson; Fvelyn Miller home of Mrs. T.V. Huger.president.7138 lard at the Hishon Bap- being selected to teach
J wjll accommodate from at 9:30 a.m. with Superintendent -
the following: a New Stanton senior; Ken tist Church ReverendD.J. languages at his alma
i 5 to 150 persons. Monday. Mr. and Mrs. U. Cook and Karen Blue, 9th Grade, Knight nrive.All members Singletary pastor mater.

} Classes are scheduled Thomas Graham 1851 w. teachers in charge. Consecration Northwestern and Patri- are asked to be present. at 2:30 p.m.District Prior to leaving for

\ to begin on November 22nd St. ; Tuesday Mr. service will cia Hicks, 9th Grade at Tuesday October 8.the Deputy Grand Paris he undertook advance -
4th find continue through and Mrs. HaUte !viHlans! be held at 11 a.m. Mem- SISTER ROSETTA COHEN is JWJ School. United and Westminster High Priest, Companion study at George-

vy 4th. application 726 Court P. Blodgett bers of the choirs,usher' inviting singing groups III are iremhers of choirs will rehearse in John W. M u r r e 11, is town University,Washing-

hlank end further infor- Homes and stewardess boards and invididuals to par- Choir 3 of New Mt. Olive the church at 8:00 p.m. calling all Royal Arch ton D. P.Visits.

-:;are urged to be present. Baptist Church Rev. R. with Mrs. Fudyne watson Masons to be present in

Over 100 Oth-erSl to Choose from Holy Communion will he ticipate in a Talent C. Curry, pastor. The at the organ. Wednesday. full Regalia.Free dinner AtlantaMrs.
at both
ma- program scheduled for coronation and crowningof October 9 ftt 7:30 p.m. will be served followingthe
fpude Pooler has
R. S. EVANS3RD jor services. Mid-week Prayer Service service.A .
Miss New'Mt.. Olive
-.Members of the congregation Monday night, Oct. 7 at will returned to the city
be conducted in the special invitation is
will be featured by a
& MAIN EL 4.8381 EL 48382 ire also requested 8 0' clock in First Bern musicale. conference room of the extended to the Heroinesof week after visiting having spent relativesand last

"Jacksonville's Most Recommended Dealer" to contact delinquent- Temple, 825 W. MonroeSt. The public is invited church by rider J..K' Jericho, Master Masons friends in Atlanta.
members: and are asked to
Harper and Deacon Myrtle Eastern stars
62 ado everything in their Friends and the gen .to Monday night's pag
CADILLAC $3695 l1 eant. Pearson. All members! are Knight Templar Masons *
S rvie
wer to bring them eral public are invited. asked to he present. Heroine Templar Crusades s
J t Rose back into the church. The program follows: Service for Ad-
Coupe Dusty 'Our greatest work-- Sublime Princes GoldenCirclesNoblesDaughters Sound
The..IT-stor is asking Doris Mack .Enters by an ap- win vertising Dances Ball :
To souls for
Tires Shark As A Pen pblptee introduction of rhris.tf
New. < boar members and, congregation ; and all departments of Games etc. Also Loud :

to accompanyhim St. James ContestMiss mistress of ceremonies, Masonry, to celebrateour Speaker Service for I
61 PINTIAC $1995 Mrs. I R. C. Curry by Mrs. OBITUARIESStherson .
60 CHEVROLET $1595 in administering Annual Day. Invited Banquets, Concerts
BonneYll1 Convertible Doris Mack, .a member Lola Webb; welcome, Mrs.
to sick mem- also is the general R eco rd Hops etc. ,
bers at :3 p.m.The choirs of Fmanuel Baptist Fssie Mae Roberts; response Prurogo. 563 v. 3-0002
ConYertible-Ll New. pub! Ic. EL SOUND: SHWICE
61 CHEVROLET $1995 will present a''song service Church and a student at Mrs. Minnie First Street. I
Northwestern School Paul; solo, Mrs. Claria (
61 FORD $1695 prior to the 7:30 Mrs. Mary Jane Taylor
VS H.T Coup SYrxleAt Albertis I
has become a contestantfor ; reading, Mrs.
r.m. service. 4075 Old St. AugustinePoad.
Stick-Radio 8 "peter Galaxle 500 V8-Radio The rstor announced the Miss Union St. Maxine; presentation of Come One Come All! i

Heater to.Ar Cond. that the hook remains James Contest which is characters. Deacon Vehh; Alfred Mathis 1757 T.

for members who being nonsored by the offering.Solo 16th Street.
60 OLDSMOBILE $1195" open
Womens' of Mrs. .Amanda Col- You Are Invited
have Hepartment Bivins 1036 W.
59 MERCURY $195 not paid their annual Charles ,
88 Hardtop Coupe-Radio conference dues. the Union St; James As- lins; reading. Minnie Monroe street

II Heatl"r-AutomaUc DD1. ...ion Real Clean sociation.The Collins; remarks Deacon Vrs. Posa Gooden. 235 to see the

contest ends Oct. O'Neal Roberts, chairmanof
Power. Looks like new. asthmaagony. Brooklyn Road.
12th in West Union the Deacons' Board 1964
58 OLDSMOBILE $195 Baptist ; Fdward Norwood 709 !. CHEVROLETS I
Church. announcement of contest
59 FORD $1195 88 Coupe Clean ... winner Deacon Webb Church Street. at ;
Rev. R. H. Wilson ; William J. Perry Sr.
Let Your Old Car Dr. Guild's
a crowning of winners.Mrs.
Galaxlp Ha.rdtor-Radlo
Heahr-Autoaattc Make the Down Payment I CIGARETTES G..n OR Mountain COMPOUND. Will Lead Annual Pearlie P.uth Love; re- 2 Thorpe. Louise Circle.Mrs. McDuffie. THOR CHEVROLETKEN ;

Hew Bethel Revival marks announcements, 2142 Southern Street.
Rev. P. C. Mrs.
; Mrs. Bessie Fdmon 111 BEACH BLVD., In.! Beach
First New Zion Baptist M.C.B. Story, dean of
son J"ones,1413'Inn"illtn"
Church, located at hostesses; Mrs. Ella M.
Seventh and Davis Singleton raisician.
Sts. ,
830 at Mrs. Virginia Harris 54
the Pev. Leroy T. Clayton -
S. Lincoln Court.
1824 W. Bearer I pastor will hold THE PEOPLE Maggie Lane. 1074 Evergreen -
4 A I 2 LOCATIONS TO October annual 7-11.fall revival SPEAK OUT! /venue.

William Gadson 1569 i
SERVE 10UWhere Swift Street.

Joe Roatrlght. 5338 Cord
now its Pepsi Avenue.

You See Both Sides of the Meat You Buy Ben Downing 1537 ".

ONE OF OUR BIGGEST for those who Union Street.

Mrs. Fula H. Andrews

HOME FREEZER SALES think young 1410 N. Myrtle Avenue..
Mrs. Carrie Pafe. 739

U. S. Gov't Graded Heavy Western WholeBEEF Moncrief.Mrs. Katie Herrington,

if 39CWhole 421 11th Street.

FRONTS Mrs.Davis Leola Street.Dixon. 2038

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Mrs. Sarah J. Howard

Whole Oak Street.
1LHi Green w. McTler. 809 E.
39 ;
Ih SIDE Heavy LB. i 58th Street. .

Lonnle Miller. Poute 8.
e.ell4l wr..d fer r..."- ,PM.. Box 46 IKFirst.Bom's

Whole Heavy Western 49Whole r r Youth

BEEF HIND LB. Schedule Revival

eM w..".. fer Y'" "_,PM... ; KNIGHT
Services Oct 8th
Whole ;
1 a f. The'Youth of First Born

FRESH PIGS LI.39C Temple. 825 W. Monroe. Invites( You To Listen To-,
St. Flder A. Hill pastor -

c.t eM WNHe4 fer Y.,"-,..... are planning a
nightly revival begin- "HYMN TIME"Starting
; ning Tuesday Oct. 8 to

49c be carried on every
PORK LOINS LB. night of the week in- At
People in In the mood for fun these definitely.The -

w tor T'a*MMM trntt days-end part of the fun Is Pepsi Church youth pastor

.1 LOAD YOUR FREEZER AT THEM LOW PRICES And nothing drenches your thirst PEPSI-COW Elder *.M. White will 9:45 10:00 p.m.
supervise services.
like a cold,Inviting PepsLSo Youth and adults are Nightly

.'"Wrick Tfc. KM Kifekt Skew li WJXT TV Chanel 4 think young-say"Pepsi please!" cordially invited to 1400 WRHC 1400l

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Lary Apologizes ; .-,"" California EnforcingFair Mayor Cites Need Redd Foxx Loses

'. ..' For Record Co. Suit
Far Beatings Of Negro Police
d Housing Act JOS ANGELES--(ANP) ---

Ghanian Nationally famous comedian
LITTLE ROCK(ANP--Uttle Redd Foxx lost a longstanding
LOS ANGELES-ANP-- Rock needs and wants more Negro suit against the Dooto Records
-- (ANP--Detrolt State Fair Employment policemen but can't get last week when a Superior Court
Tigers pitcher Frank Lary last Practices Commission last for the
qualified men to apply judge here ruled that the company -
week apologized to Congressman week enforcement of the said last
began Jobs Mayor Morse was not guilty of fraud
Charles DIggs Michiganfor Rumford Fair Housing Act aftera week and underpayment of royalties,
a racial Incident Involvinga c referendum move against it The East End Civic League, as charged by Foxx.

segregated service station failed to obtain sufficient sign- a Negro organization headed by Foxx's suit Dooto.the '
against :
Lary owns in Northport Ala., : asked the
In which three Ghanaian 4 atures.In J. 1. Hawkins, City largest Negro recording company -
students and white Sacramento referendum Manager Board and City Man- had been pending for two
two companIons
backers fell short 58.340 names Ancil M. Douthitlastsummer -
beaten 'by ager years, five months and 1C days.
were a groupof ; of the 292,622 signature required to hire more Negro police
20 white racists. \ It was filed in 196L In the suit
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beaten shortly by a Sept. 19 deadline. men.Little Foxx charged that the company
The five' were The Rumford Act forbids discrimination Rock, has only
\ was of fraudulent
t after had taken !T'p guilty
thay pictures because of color, two Negro patrolmen now. The practices, underpayment of
of segregated rest room signsat ;.
service station. The \ religion, national origin or ancestry city had six five years ago. royalties and failure to make
Larys In the sale or rental of Douthit said he had told Negro He also
took place just outside proper reports. sought
Northport and near Tuscaloosa, homes and apartments, and extends leaders recently that the city "declaratory relief,"and asked
'I "w to housing the enforce- needs to hire some Negro
Ala. The U.S. Government has < rt that a receiver be appointedfor
r # ment powers now exercised by policemen and to send
apologized to the Ghanaian applicants the company, to guard his
+ for the Incident.government FEPC against discriminationin to City Hall to.apply. interests
ugly Y employment.FEPC Apparently they didn't think he
in tele- In his ruling last week Judge
Larys was reply to a
Chairman John Anson was serious, Douthit said.
1 John F. Also found that Dooto
him ,
gram sent by Congressman s qg Ford said the commission and The
reason why more Negroes was not guilty of the charges.He .
In which threatened y
Diggs Its staff will Investigate complaints don't apply for these jobs, also ruled that:
Ii to urge a public boycott of all filed Douthit said he
by individuals about figured,was that L Dooto's exclusive five-
games In which the pitcher is discrimination and will they didn't know
housing they could. year recording contract with
Involved in Detroit and other .,
# attempt to resolve such complaints "Surely some could pass the Foxx be extended to S.pr. 14,
American cities "unless
your iy. "by conciliation to start exam," he said. "It's not all 1957, compensating for periods
y establishment eliminates the with." If the conciliation fails. that tough." during which Foxx has been
racial policies which led to this
P FEPC can ask the Superior Negro patrolmen are used "unavailable" to record for die
grave and violent Incident. Courtto restrain sales or rentals primarily for duty In Negro company; and,
11 Diggs telegram to Lary read S for sections of the
20 days pending an Invest- city. 2. Foxx cannot record for
i, In part: 1: f igation. Conviction under the act "They are more effective any other firm during this con-

.- "I was shocked to learn... I .' ;., .. could result in a $500 fine and than white policemen in many tractual period.
that the
own service station
$+ and you drive-in whose racially .... ra -.... ] an order to deliver the property instances particularly" In the Pending the outcome of the
In question. Negro sections, Douthit said. suit Foxx had
.1 REPORT TIME--Constance Raker Motley associate allegedly agreedto
segregated facilities were observed attorneys are handling school integration cases record for another firm.PIERCEWALL'S .

Il and white by a group students of Ghanaian later counsel, NAACP Legal Defense Fund, back to camera, in Birmingham, Huntsville, Mobile and Macon

abducted and beaten by a hood- brings press up to date during Alabama school County. Press Conference was held in oourtyard of
ed mob.
t "It disappoints me deeply that integration crisis. NAACP Legal Defense Fund Gatson Motel Birmingham. (Hill Photo)

you who have won fame and

s security through an activity Court StarNabbed Church DamagedFor Detroit Shows
Survey Negro
j' which exemplifies democratic JwileJ(
teamwork have allowed your InRaid Fourth Time .Ar Cordi"lt'4!

i business to be operated in such Consumers Are Over ChargedDETROIT You
f an un-American manner." PALMETTO, GA. (ANP)---
I Interviewed in the Dope The little publicized campaignof T f3f Drive
Tigers and
vandalism St. Paul (ANP--Two Super Market chains have been charged Lo sEe
dressing room the after he had Los Angeles (ANP)-- "...A AME church has left the con- with deliberately charging higher prices In low-income neigh- .,

pitched against Baltimore guy's gotta make some money gregation without- place of borhoods in which Negroes and other minority groups live. the New ,
Orioles who '
Lary, appeared "
Phillip C. Sims vice chair-
visibly shaken by the development This was Los Angeles City worship.As man and co-ordinator of affairsof .
a result of the last In a Faltt''l'
said he would toNorthi
go college basketball star Jaurez the Trade Union Leadership stated. Ford and
series of vandalistic attacks,
i port and conduct a personal, L. Meals' reply to a question the church Is now fire gut- Council, Young Adult Division The TULC Consumer Re- 1964

on-the-spot Investigation. He of whether he was "working ted, windowless and stripped of Consumer Research Commute search Committe plans to con- FORD

said: his way through college" by all its fixtures and furnishings.The who directed the survey gave duct similar studies into the SOUTHSIDE
"I sent a telegram to selling marijuana, after he was Rev. L.T. Howell and examples of the discrimination: "exploitation of Negroes In al[
1 Congressman Diggs Informing arrested along with 164 other A can of brand-name fruit rentals and pawn shop oper-
his small
congregation are at BLVD.
him that I Intend to conduct persons in one of the biggest church cocktail, which sold for 21 cents ations. 5303 BEACH
loss the
a as to why
a full Investigation of the in- raids In this his- "We have received
dope city's has been a target of four such at three stores of a food chain innumer-
f cident. tory last week. surveyed In a white neighborhood able complaints and reports
since last
acts May. They are
Lary then added' 1 would Meals 22, was arrested at also unable to Pal- and two stores in racially where certain landlords charge
figure why
like to apologize to all those his home and charged with seven and Fulton mixed neighborhood sold for 31 $15 to $30 a month more to
metto County police
Involved In the Incident and to counts of selling the "weed"to have with cents in three different pre- Negro tenants than they did
not come up any
J the Intelligence of the Negro undercover agents, over a leads, arrests, or made any domlnatly Negro neighborhoods to former white tenants," Sims i i
I citizens of Detroit. four-month period. He and the "full scale Investigation into the on Aug. 24 within the same reported.

# others arrested including from vandalism.Rev. hour.

30 to 40 Negroes men and Howell pastor of the Thirty-eight food items were
t Biracial GroupsProjects women, were booked for a preliminary church, and two members of compared in all. Sims said,
hearing on charges his congregation said they made and the prices difference from BROAD AND FORSYTH I

1 ranging from selling to pos- reports to police after each incident two to 22 cents higher In the
session of dope in Superior Negro neighborhoods."A .
and were told each time ANDLAKEWOOD
: Negro and white persons will Court. "we'll look into it." box of 48 bags of Salada ,r
'j visit each others' homes here Meals and those indicted bya Last week's raid on the Tea cost 43 cents at a store !!. SAN JOSE PLAZA

,. the afternoon of Oct. 27 to talk Los Angeles grand jury were church was the worst of in a white area, and in a pre-
about civil rights. being held in County JaiL the three previous ones which dominatly Negro area, was
The program Is called"Pro- Among those:, arrestedwith occured once in May and"twice priced at 71 cents," Sims re- FANTASTIC SAVINGS YOU'LL NEVER FORGET

ject Friendship." Meals, who is rated as one 'In June. Damage In the first ported.
Persons of many faiths here of L.A/S leading stars, were three confined broken "This survey revealed also
was to 0
and In other parts of the country Robert "Two-Five" Anderson, windows, doors torn from that meats, costing more at HURRY IN FOR THESE BIG BUYS

will take part In the project. described as one of the big- hinges, the inside ransacked and stores In Negro and low-in- FREE PARKING Modern
Eight to 14 persons will gest dope pushers here, and the grounds littered with empty come area were vastly Inferiorthe piece
i gather In a home for friendly Hazel Ruth McHand.27.who was beer cans and whiskey bottles. the same cut or kind of At The Rear Of Our Store

t But frank discussions of racial accused of selling marijuana. When the first members of the meat In the white stores, and
14 problems In the United States. According to Lt. R. H. Guin-: congregation approached the the same was found with GUNSTOCK

Persons volunteering for the don of the Narcotics Bureau church last Sunday morning they vegetables," said Sims. BEDROOMs
interfaith project will be mat- "Two-Five" Anderson was one were startled to discover the The survey revealed that irn WALNUTWUH
ched according to occupationsand of the "most wanted" dope building was totally wreched Inside "another national food store
Interests. pushers In Los Angeles. Police and heavily damaged out- chain followed a consistent pat- '
f Volunteers will state whether had been trying to nab side. tern of moving out of the area

they want to be hosts guests. him for a long time,Lt.Guindon Inside the benches had been when Negroes begin to pre- 95
dominate. This food chain
1 said. scattered about--some thrown would
change Its name and along with,
outside and others burned. All
i the change in name offer inferior -
window panes had been smashedand

MAGNOLIA GAR!)F.N' FIRST\ DRUG JTORE disarranged.Two the pulpit. was completely selling brands higher of food than, at times some BOOKCASE U $5.00 DOWN

national brands. This
strips of weather board company f
had been from the front apparently maintains its
Mer Von'sPharmacy side of the building where a Integrity In the Southern states BED $99.95 DOUBLE DRESSER FRAMED TILTING MIRROR.

huge bee hive was located and by keeping key Negro personnel
: the hive robbed. Tombstones, at a minimum in Its storesIn DOUBLE SIZE PANEL BED

A from a cemetery behind the Northern cities," Sims

church had been up-rooted and Texas LeadsIn 4 Foam backed Thick and luxurious! Resists
Y.: thrown inside the church and a : /
moths and mildew. So
Negro was hung in effigy In SchoolsDesegregation nylon tweed
the front of the building. Empty AND FRIDAY soft underfoot..without extraEVENINGS"TIL

2Ts West Edgewood Avenue beer cans and whiskey bot- t pang!
tles covered the and
NASHVILLE TENN.- Let Us Fill Your Next Prescription : were heavy plainly automobile visible.tire marks Texas led the south by deseg- 9x12 $ 39 95
: Ji 62 public school
Rev. Howell said when he reported Choice
We Pick Up & Deliver Free one of the earlier raidsto last month. 9
Southern Education
police he told Reporting OT Colors
Wide Assortment Of Patent Medicines Service (SERS) of Nashville
Rev. Howell and his
con- Term, reported that 151 districts -
Cosmetics Sundries ConfectioneryPlease gregation had no Immediate
In 11 states took the step
plains and no place to hold for the first time. This was Wait Remember Last Winter?
Dial PO 5-4485 or PO 51582I.0. their once a month meetings.He the largest cumber since 1956, IT
said it would be some time .
when than 200 school districts -
Harris, Reg. Pharm. before they would be able to dropped racial barriers.A fl 1m

i repair fixings.the damage and replace districts year ago admitted 46 southern Negroes school for Buy Your [lIQj tt.tU1PMP

the first time to previously all-

white schools. eater[ NOWPIERCEWALL i
I. SERS reported that 962 school FOR A LIMITED TIME

districts have acted voluntarily $50

to end-segregatioasincetheU.S. Only Quaker hu the MEW S-SUge OjentUoa
Court declared the
I Supreme Frittr w&tab ftvw perfect

practice to be unconstitutionalIn TRADEINALLOWANCE combustion at ALL TIMES Prevent

... tS 1954. Another 167 districts ON wist ol feel IMUPM ......
K have desegregated by court .
SUPER .., _
.. .. order. ; YOUR OLD HEATER oot-free consbtatteo tad ftvet p The 17 states which formerly helot transfer late year Bose.i .
operated dual school systems I I
LUll Package BLUE PLATE Include 6.197 districts. Of
these, 3,053 have both white DELUXE SMOOTH-TOP
FAQ 25(: and Negro pupils. i ; 1 TV RECLINERS

Mayonaise 'JQI. More than half of Texas 23S. tin f! h = fi : 3 IKNEISPBING MATTIESSOH

000 Negro students live in the r ,) + V +3 M&TCHIH BOX SPRING
- - --
""\J 239 districts known to be desegregated

--s"i qt. although most t: I '- '

- _ Negroes continue to go to separate : I S tk 95
POtatOBSOCA i schools. About 910 Texas

; FRESH SOAK districts Negro pupils.have both white and 7EACH

190I New desegregation came this DOWN
JI S fan to the school districts
following -
_ _ : ROAST In
: other state:Alabama 4; Dinette '
5pc I
I Florida 6
; Georgia 3;Kentucky
TEllER SLICE i with food order !16. 16; Louisiana 1; North Carolina

- _ __ _ 21; South Carolina 1;Tennessee.
iJiJ... : 11 and Virginia 24..
The South has about
Beeft .e ceM 000 youngsters In its 14.000.public

i schools including more than 38
3,300,000 Negroes. Last year tattoo-free top

H ft.BLEACH about eight per cent of dbese: attended $I.00 $1.00 Down deluxe y e* t **'
LIVER I I 19C(: clues with white stU- DOWN

dents, and the number Is
: higher
uw Half I Gallon I this fall. although exact totals THE BIGGEST VALUES AND EASIEST TERMSI.

_ _. I are still being compiled.
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'Pl'T. 3 rm-)6 ____: 'j. *: FLORIDA' STAR' PAPERS SATURDAY KIllER ------------l"

1: L4i[ :;? :: -- Direction i Vets Destroyed Negro Postmaster [ G ram- b I I n9/ Southern I Supporters

Homes EligibleFor For S. Carolina ? GRAMBLINQ. LA (SPECIAL----Ooacne* are cautiously
i t- '"':, : -::- By Re,. J. ReUick I IIfi drawing battle plans and the rudiments of survival -
New Loans FLORENCE. S.C. (ANP) f
1.:: Zbtire is possibly no one who can express in words The possibility that a aa will hecoae a way of life at GraaWing aid

:. ...-&e. process by which all his beliefs, concepts andt flbrld War 11 nd Korean Negro attorney might be a Southern thin week on the eve of their annual .
t named Postmaster of this
= }ifi total philosophy of life. None has come by ac- Conflice veterans whose donnybnxik.
city has created conster-
'ciont, to be sure, but the details, important as eligibility is restoredfor nation in some white The two clubs collided dicting a wide-epetq bat-

ther: may be, have been cbsorbecl in subconsciousness. GI loans because circles.The here Saturday night ,with tie. l''

'/ their hooves were
The important article hich we so often forgetis stroyed or they had to bobbing up along with 9 prayful fingers /

that these contents in the process which went sell and rove because of those about a dozen .{YH, Statewide enthusiasm and Is Reassigned

into our subconscious mind .to form our philosophyof cor.1.elling reasons, have, whites as possibilitiesfor an unprecedented displayof LACKLAND APB, Tex. --
i the top postal job
lift could have been false. When .e allow false until the maximum eligibility here. spirit rained the over- Airaan Stockton L. mitten -
GET ENGINEERING POSTS--,'Electrical engineers
deposits to build up in our mind, our philosophy dat- In which Even Bennett said he all spirit to 20,000.The whose guardian,
has 'heard a rumor Onesimus Vens.hnt, left, and Leroy Potter were
of life has false contents to 'feed' upon and naturally to obtain another GI contest was one of Julia M. Whitteo, resides -
his name had been mentioned recently appointed to the engi,Bering staff of
.. ;. the
becomes mixed with false., It' cannot 'feed loan. as a successor to'" biggest ;*all at 1047 W. Duvrtl
the Rural Electrification administration, U.S.
upon one type of content and develop into some- ''The final date for a the Ipte postmaster college gomes.!' St., Jacksonville, Fla..

Haskell!. Thomas but Department of Agriculture. Thy are shown at work! is
Usually long-faced and reassigned to
thing whirl: is unrelated to that upon which it has World War 11 Veteran to
stressed "it is totally in an FEA Irboratory. Mr. Venzunt, of Saline, La. *
been nurtured. As bad as indecision can be, it is obtain a GI loan is without foundation." mournful Jaguar Mentor Keeeler AFB, Mis. for .-/
is a graduate of Fouthern University school of
better to postpone decision if we do not have July 25, 1967. and that Tile emphasizing "the *ob Lee and Tiger foremen technical training as a
engineering. Mr. Potter, who} is from! tlif Virgin
I Florence postmastershipis Eddie Robinson made ef- United States Air force
necesr.ury factors and to use them to lead us to for a Korean veteran in
a position of greatimportance Islands earned his engineering degree .t Howard
t felts to coaaunications operation
the truthful decision. If we have made decisions January 31, 2975, B..1. and should be tnuQuilize ner-
Uni\ersity. (USDA Photo)
which were too hasty for necessary factors, they cannon officer in given +o a well-quali- vous supporters by pre- specialist.

fied and respected men; '
siuld! be corrected IB fore they go into subcons- churge, VA office, Jacksonville -
Bennett said he hes not K w

cJousness and unite with our philosophy of life explained. had "even the slightest

Maybe the most of us should 'dig up many of our Eligible 'for resto- inclination toward applying -
for the job."
past decisions out of our subconsciousness anJ ration of GI hone loan
The veteran Negro attorney -

correct them before we can face reality today.A eligibility are those said he 'will
few years ago I operated a small business. I veterans whose homes not even consider" applying ty"r iii

for the position
i' became very much excited one Monday morning whenI arr 'estroyetl ty fire, ti
left vacated by the + ,
.5 ..
figured my bank account and concluded by my stoics or other t:cts death of Mr. Thomas. He TEACHINGTECHNKSUEU! .

a ;. + I Ip
figures that I was short of $100.00 while I wuu of Gcul; whose homes are added "there are many
fine people well quali-
pay ink some urgent bills. T was so concerned until then by condemnation; 1 r'
,, fied to hold this worthy

I went to the auditing department of tbu bank and or, who punt move because position I am happy

found out that I had left out carrying; over' my offliHtlth or because with my law practice."

Congressman John L. Mc-
I one to the next volume in my addition. This 'one1 they are transferred -
Millan unavailable at

I happened to be dealing with hundreds. J f. we do by their em- his Florence office,

not use necessary factors in filming our decisions ployers. earlier was quoted as /) M
saying both the local
our decision is not reliable, it is false Then the veteran .isr and Tlmmonsville postmaster -
< i
it is wrong. forced to nave for compelling jobs would pro- '

Many of us today are guilty of taking heresay at reasons, Cannon bably remain open for .

face Value.J t_ IK:.one_ of I.most. dangerous thr....its explained. that the "VA sometime.Meanwhile. T.C. Watson :; I )

to understanding and harauiy in society today will restore the vet will continue serving as

learned in Geometry that The'.:%hole is equal to eran's eligibility fora the post office's temporary .

the sum of all its parts.' Sometime I have 'fun' net GI loan if the officer.chief administrative Watson is- ''' 'i.....'....'..,: ..P. ..A" mjJ ,

'g.J. ii'! ; l!..j.':, ....
trying to find all the part of heresaj May I t I purchaser satisfies the In his 10th year as the ...jl',,"'; .. "''.,''.:;'...r"... ,,,_'*.,, .illJ. .,",.t. 'v'. :.I'" ...:.:;.,;,J".<_,'.,..,.,.'r...4'.4'w:

amfess that it is a man's job to run it down to i! existing loan with the assistant Florence post
its source When I cannot run it down or find all lender by securing new However. Bennett is as

its parts, I throw it out. Tt' is not /-"liable. financing. The vetenui well qualified for the
job the whites whose NOW !
Factors fur reality and truth.>(tm be assembled. L Lie then given until the .
names have been men-
Ft.final eligibility tie1 tioned.

t Danforth Fellowship KEEP AMERICA smiting date to obtaina Among! them are Florence SPANISH ,'FRENCH GERMAN 3 ITALIAN 9 RUSSIAN "

BEAUTIFULI County Commissioner Fred

Grants Readied new GI loan. Schipn-an. local Fire and ENGLISH FOR SPANISH-SPEAKING PEOPLE!

Ch ie f, Ben Pozler, Insurance -
Inquiries atoui Panforth Jax Airmen Given( New AssignmentsMacnill man Frank M. LOW COST

Graduate Fellowships for L.A.CKLM Nn pFB. Tex. -_ ..:;'1:1 Pearce, attorney Hubert If you have ever wanted to learn a foreign language quickly and Ifluently
careers in college Two Jacksonville Fla. ,. t- ; ; \ Yarborough and City ) this is your chance. You learn to speak a foreign language 0 F

men have received net Councilman Dennis in the way we have all learned to speak by listeningto

teaching tire Invi.tH.l.ty, ', training end duty filS-rI 0' Brian. words and phrases, with the added advantage of being ableto

Charles' w. Cherry,',*,chair- -; alignments in United I r BreakthroughIn see and hear the words and phrases simultaneously. $ 00 l" .. .

man, Faculty- Fellowship 'States Air Force jot., I Each of these language courses consists of fong-playlng 10- 2

Committee, Bethune- specialties follorinjcompletion &. Civil Rights inch hi.fi records ((33 1/3 RPM). You receive a handy conversational -

T manual with each record. Through this modern record-
Cookman Coll eg'e. announced Cases Expected .
teaching technique you can quickly become adept at Spanish,

this week. NFTT YORK Constitu- French, German, Italian, or Russian. You may find you want com A RECORD .

The fellowships, offered tional law experts expect plete sets of ,several languages.

integratlonists to

,, t 11)> the Danforth win momentous legal
Are you a student, a traveler, a business man?The INDEPENDENTand
Foundation of c.t. Louis, battle before the U.S. :
APR, FIR. for STAR-NEWS is pleased to offer to every reader the oppor
Court in civil
Missouri nre open to ;; training and duty as a supreme right test cases involving RECORDS tunity to learn a foreign language that will assist in studies,

male college..seniors or untcations+ opera- police arrestsof travels abroad, or business. The speed-learning techniques Incorporated
tions jpecinlist Airman In these language courses were pioneered and developed -
recent graduates preparing x sit-ins based on MAILED
rarren IR a 1963 graduate of by teachers and educators to teach languages quickly to
charges criminal
for a career of of Matthew v. Gilbert the armed forces during World War II. The recordings are made
trespass or disorderly DIRECTLY educated natives of the countries whose languages wishto
teaching, counseling, High SchoolMilts' by you
conduct The Insider's'Newsletter
learn; the conversational manuals have been approved by outstanding .
.1 11 r administrative' work said today.
of their ha- INK educators.
According to The News-
at the college level.Ap"tc n-ilitary traininghere
'( Showing tof letter, the NAACP will At the extraordinarily low price of $2.00per record, you may
plicants may b.- planning ask the High Court to wish to get sets in several languages. .
Airman rrtrtie Pogera,
to major in tiny son of MrT and ITs! And Spud bar such arrests on the
ground that the use of
field of study common! to Willie Posers of 341
with the public law enforcement HOW TO GET
Nixon St. ,.will attend BIRMINGHAM HERE'S
the undergraduate) liberal opening game against the officer! and the courtsto
the technical training 1 5
arts and sciences ., course for aircraft always tough Albany support private discrimination ,-' YOUR LEARN LANGUAGES I

State Pams of Albany, is unconstitutional _
curriculum, at the American rainternnce specialist ORDER BLANK
Georgia less than ten .
ixt heppard FB. Tex. LANGUAGE RECORDS
graduate school < days away, the Golden If the VAACP wins the
Airman Roper is a 1,".53
cf their choice, but may pmduate! of New trnton; Bears are hitting extra case, integratJcnists

hard in their daily will have chalked up records 01 you wish. Simply moil Lena-5-Langaaies Dept.
not have already under1ti Fchool Order at many
scriorages their most important SEPARATE order blank for EACH record, plus FLORIDA STAR NEWS .
Airman Booker T warren
P.O. Box 1171Jacksonville
taken graduate *ork.Nominiitions Fol- Coach Knox is still un- legal victory since the six differently numbered record coupons and one Florida
son of Mr and Mrs ,
sure about his QUarter- 1954 school desegregation dollar for each record.
close] October lie warren cf 803 Bri-
will to back for the opening decisionThe Record coupons will be published doily MONDAY Ercloied I I Is order blank, A differently I numbered
dier St .
5, J963.\ go result The News- THROUGH SATURDAY on PAGE 2 of the Independent coupons, and two dollars (cash, check, or money
letter says. is that and Star-N'WI. S. coupons at order) for EACH RECORD ordered. I han checked
any time coupons do not have to bt conltcu10TH the language wanted and the number of the': ,
BEAVER STREET SEAFOODS Southern police would tively numbered. record in the series.
lose their chief weapon
Be sure to fill in your order blank completely.Check i
Headquarter for the Finest and Freshest Seafood Available against sit-in demon- the language you want-then check the 0 Spanish 0 French 0 German -.

2677 W. BEAVER WEST OF McDUFF AVE. EV 8-2633 strations and that private record in that series (11, 2, 3 or 4))I. Order as ,
businesses want but each order IIIU.t' 0 Italian 0 Russian 5 5
right many records as you .
Neither Storm Nor Hail Nor Hurricane Bothers Us. We Have 'T-

Plenty Plenty Fish at Ridiculous Prices-The Quality It Is There react to such a decisionby t b blank. accompanied, six record tovpons by properly, and $2 filled,00 pr out record.order 0 English for Spanish-Speaking People

-Come and Get 'em hiring "private police -

to remove unwanted Record No.1 0 No. 2 0 ,
THURS.-FRI. & SAT. SPECIALS-OPEN FRI. & SAT. from 7 A.M. to 7 P.M. customers. This -

in turn would probably All! records will be MAILED DIRECTLY TO YOU. No. 3. D No..4. D. :I 0.:._?: .
,. -
"THE SIZE WILL AMAZE YOU EHRWP FRYING SIZE LB. 79* necessitate another This service, postage, and tax arc included ia the > .: :'

low price .f $2.OQ per record. ..
JUMBO Court decision on the ..::NAME ._....._._.._......_....._.........
SIRUP 49 LB. 98t With your order blank which appears in the right
FRESH HEADLESS MEDIUM LB. OCEAN amiiP extent of private property ,
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SOUTHWEST SPORTSCOfE 3 MM Held No Shortage Problem Masons To Observe axon Retires From Air Force ;!

By Lloyd C. Sell Fir Assault Zerubbabel DayIn

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ROUST( Texas--ANP--The rugged Southwestern -

Athletic Conference race get under- AItIIItIfttI 'up' Hillard Sunday m4-

pay Saturday (Sept. 21) with two games NET OPLFANS Announce-
City police arrested a f 1
that could go a long way toward decidingthe trio of young men. Sept. ment waf!" made this week A ,

1. by Dr. John G. Lewis. !!
1963 loop king. 23rd. on charges of assault i
f Jr Beton Rouge La. .
to and robbery r
The pre-season favorite Jackson (Miss ) rape .. sovereign grand c mand-
One of the three
k .: Stjite college invaded the liar of Prairie was shot in the ankle er of the United Supreme I
Council. Ancient and
View, while a much-improved Southern uni- when he attempted to : i
Accepted Scottish Rite i i'I
versity tangled with Texas Southern University flee from the arresting Y r of Freemasonry, Prince
of Houston. Hall Affiliation. south- !
Held-on charges are ,4.yt
Jackson State, the two-time SftAC champion, Theodore Campbell. 23 of ": T Tw ern Jurisdiction, that

the TTtli annual sessionsof
are hurting because of the loss through 1465 W. 25th St. Clif-
the organization will
!c graduation of te! fleet-footed Willie ford Campbell. of 1339F. be held in New Orleans OLMSTED AFB. Pa.--Sgt. Noses Bronson (left) !r
Third st. and Joseph -
Richardson find Roy Curry, who are now with M. Bryant, 23. of 1504 ; October 20 through of Jacksonville, Fla. receiver a $25 savings I i

the October 22 bond after being mured outstanding Airman of the t
Baltimore Colts and the Pittsburgh V. 25th street.
k It war also announced
Bryant suffered a Quarter here. Airman Branson, son of Mrs. Lottie
Stealers of the National
that U.S Appeals Judge'Iburgoot.
broken right ankle when 0. Bronson of 571P Lippia Court, Jacksonville, is
Football Marshall,former
League. he was shot by Patrolman NAACP chief council and a United States Air Force ex maun i cations wirint I
All things considered,. this scribe rates F.R. Taylor in a vacant
grand minister of stateof specialist. He was chosen for the honor in recog- ;
house at 1482 F. 29th
the Panthers Prairie
over View the council will
t St. He was given emer- nitim of his exemplary contact and perforaeace cf i
My choice in the Southern-Texas Southern the banquet speaker on
gency treatment at Duval FAML? HAS MILK SHORTAGE "LICKED"Prodnction .. Monday. October 21. and duty. The ai nan, who is r.ssigne-1 to the 2861st '
clash was Southern (1 -7) in a close hard- Medical Center.A I
of the Florida &M I University dairy
I Dr. Charles H. Wesley, Gram- Electronics Engineering-Installation agan- I

contest. Southern ? as seeking to avenge woman, reported to has helped campus dining halls to maintaina president of Central I
Detective Sgts. P. A. cy at Olmsted, is married to the former Grttc- E.
two strait;}: losses to the TUS BengalsTSU plentiful supply of milk for F.AMU stu- State College of Ohio.
Gruber and w.c. Barber and secretary-general of Sams, dauthter of Mr. and Mrs. Tomas F. Hams of
this Hanson is relying heavily on the that she met the trio dents in recent weeks as students in other
the council will deliver 70S Stewart St. Jacksonville. Making the presentation !
strong ann of quarterback Carl Zeen while and a fourth man at a parts of the state have had to go without the sermon on I
Moncrief tavern and they is Colonel Norman G. Morris, wing DOlt.mmder. -
the Jaguar Cats are counting on their own drink substitutes in the school milk pro Sunday, October 20.Representatives. .
had taken her to a vacant from (U.S. AIR FORT* PHOTO)

talented tailback, Sylvester Armstrong. I house *on the pre- gram dispute. Toris and Delores Jacobs, r
all states south of the Hold Last Rites
believe Southern has too many guns for TSU. tense of buying her some both juniors majoring in elementary edu- Mason-nixon Line the Youth Enters
homebrew. For Popular Twin
Riding with the Southern-TSU contest was cation, enjo bottles of nutritious milk area of the council
Officers said in- .
once Yale
will be present as wellas Univ.West St. Pad;Minn (ANP) -Funeral
the prestige of sophomore coach, Bobby Lee side the building, the from the dairy, headed on the FAMU campusby visitors from the services were held here

woman was robbed of $15 Hartford Conn.ANP) recently for jazz organist Wal-
of the Nathaniel Saylor
Cats. associate
,) and the men attempted to professor northern jurisdiction.Many James S. Peters, ni, 17, a ter Thornton,Jr.,30,acclaimedas

ADIEU TO JOHNSON: One of the finest, young assault her. Neighbors of dairying and poultry. The identical tMrty-second and June graduate of the Kin swood one of the most talented
thirty-third degree School here enters Yale university musicians to hit the Twin Cit-

t atiletes to ever r roam the gridiron and summoned police after twins, who reside off-campus; at 309 est Prince Hall Masons from this month. A National ies in recent yea rs.

cinder paths of -!the SWAC- was buried in hearing her shouts for Harrison Street in Tallahassee, are daugh- Louisiana and neighboring Merit Award winner, he is the Thornton died at his home
help at about 3:30 a.m. recipient of scholarships from from what was described in a
Dallas lash week. He was Stone Johnson of Patrolman Taylor said ters of Mr. and Mrs.;, Leroy Jacobs of Route states are scheduledto the Yale Club of Hartford the preliminary report by the cor

Grambling college.:' .' when he and other officers I, Box 57, Ocala Fla. be present. Interracial Scholarship Committee oner's office as natural causes.
of Hartford and Yale However, a fuller report on his
Co-holder of the world's 200
the four men tried to Suspect Admits Daylight Workers Peters is the first Negroto an autopsy.At .
(20.5) Johnson while fit Grambljr.g was one
run and one of them enter and graduate from the time of his death

of the leading men.l.or of the U. S. track and dropped a 22-caliber Kingswood, an outstanding boys' Thornton was appearing nightly
Two BreakInsEugene schooL He will also with his combo at the Blue
field team at the 1960 Olympic Game in pistol. He shot Bryantin Return To JobsA be preparatory the first Negro to enter Yale Note Cocktail Lounge, one of
the ankle as he dove the St. Paul's popular night
freshman from
Rome Italy. He entered provisional foot- Brown Jr. 26, of university as a
through a window. company official the Hartford area. At Kings- spots.
announcer Thursday that
ball after leaving Grambling. and sportedthe 1451 W. 21st St. is being employment wood he was a winner of the He first attracted the attention -

differences with 17 strikebound em- "Old Boys" award and for two of jazz lovers here when
held in jail on charges of
colors of tin Kansas City Chiefs of the < he
years he was a Suisman scholar. played a long engagementatBigAl'sBar.
ployes of
Daylight Grocery have
Company beet set .
and entering
American Football League. breaking .
tied and that the protesting faction has returned
Johnson was fatally injured while play- houses on Lincoln Court.
to their jots thus ending nearly three weeks of
ing with the Chiefs in a game against the According to city police We
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picketing the stores by: the group. ** *
Houston Oilers recently. He suffered a reports be admitted two The ilifferences between With ImprovementsAll

'1 broken neck while throwing a hard block:; in house burglaries during a ?.., organization.tne .
company ana its 20 Into One Small Payrcwt t tof

a key line plan' in the garie. The was taken routine investigation. striking workers came Hay light. countered tha

.. Detective Sgts. J.R. Haw- the group which went out
froDi the. field on astretcher,* underwent
-10.. .-. .. about when Robert Acker-
emergency operation and then remained in kins and W.P. Maddox said on strike represented avery
man, secretarytreasurerof $69.00 neatbo
traction until his death.So Brown was picked up near small percentage of per
the Allied Food Yorkers
the SWAC opens its 63 season on a the scene of the breakinsby its work staff and pub- PLANS and BLUEPRINTS
Union with
headquarters in f FREE o ON ROOM ADDITIONS!
mournful note, with the passing from the Pleading guilty to manslaughter Patrolnen Henry Edwardsand Jacksonville, charged that lished a signed state- and NEW HOMES

gridiron seem o' one of its most famous: Donald Lee Samuel Washington, and ment by 160-odd workers
Johnson 29, of 1317 Daylight fired the workers
alumni. held for Questioning. He stating their satisfactionwith
Cleveland St.. was given for wearing union buttonson

a 10 year prison term is being questioned con the Company's employment -
the job and for actively -
Monday for the fatal cerning other recent enterics. practices, wages
shooting death of.a woman supporting the
! KNOW YOUR JEWELER said to have slappedhim and Job benefits.

Ray's Jewlers is the oldest independent in a local tavern, Fla. Twenty workers originallywent
A&M Prexy Points Ort
Appearing before out on strike, three
\ Jewler in Jacksonville. We have been in Criminal
Judge A. Lloyd
Changes Facing Nation Colleges returned, and accordingto
business in Jacksonville, over thirty Layton Johnson pleaded ,

1 guilty to the April 6 the company official ,
years continously. We have never charged Tallahassee Fla. "A. and M. must stand for achievementand
shooting of Mrs. Rosa
the remaining 17 are now
customers in interest or and merit. mechanical than athletics -
our one penny Lee Brown 36. of 304 more
In his of the
opening speech and music. A. and M. working in their former Add-A-Ro0m
carrying charges.We Pellwood Avenue.Prosecution's year at a faculty and staff meet- must stand for achievement and 5 & 10 yr.
of Florida A. and M. university -
testimony ing positions. *
feel should customers be merit. Without this type of
why our pena- Flooring
disclosed that Johnson. Dr. George W. Gore, emphasis, which is correlary to QUIET OARS FiNaMCir.Cement .!
lized for not having the Cash money to a longshoreman and the Jr., president; issued a new our motto 'Quality is FAMU'sMeasure Oars squeak? Fix 'em quid "

buy from us. woman, said to be old mandate to the Institution's we will not be ableto by rubbing soap on the pins be CALL Day
ployees. survive." fore inserting: into the lock
acquaintances were conversing .
Besides, we give large discounts for rash Speaking on the subject. "Carpentry
in a local bar "FAMU at the Crossroads" EV 7-5891

Purchases. We carry all Nationally Advertised Dr. Gore pointed out that the Southside Rambler
and during the argument institution, now in its TTthyear. or
items such as the following: the woman slapped Johnson academic
is beginning a new *
"at time when the entire Roofing 388-0422
s face. year a 5415 Phillips Highway
Hilton Watches
Johnson is then said to nation Is facing a social
economic and educational
have taken a calibre .25 .,'r Plumbing
Bileva Watches crisis." LET FRISCO
'V pistol from his pocket "In the world of the sixties" *
and fired the bullet he declared. .nothing permanent *

Given Watches. passing through the deceased except change. Today, CombineYor

woman's chest FAMU stands at die cross roads. Painting
Sony Radios ; : "No can FAMU regard
striking another patron lills
itself as the state institution for }We ring
Mrs. Lawrence Naree in the education of minor-
Sf Italia Rai.s.1: : ; higher a
the shoulder.Mrs. Ity group in Florida. Today ,

Brown is reported practically all of the state-
Balova Radios to have stated "Ton supported institutions of higher PRESENT MONTHLY' JNST SNEPAYMENT

are to all qualified -
didn't have to shoot learning open PAYMENTSTV
Forever Yours Bianoids students. New standards
me.' as she fell to the have been established as the
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floor. She died shortly result of administration. of

Colombia UK. Weddiii Bands after having been admitted state-wide achievement tests Car .......$58
Medical and the requiring of all graduates $ 00
to Duval
\ & Hundreds of other iteMs S. Center. of all colleges to measure Willie "Bubber" Bell Bell FcrnitBreFioasce ....J34 6 9

up to a common standard for .. $34
speaking in -
We solicit & appreciate the business of professional certification In
his own behalf said he such fields as nursing phar- I, Total $151 PAYS ALL
our many colored friends.Without them we and another man had macy, law, and teaching. wl ibfli sore ;n

could not in business. woman and "Today there is a single -
stay All we ask is argued over a 1
standard for recognition of
that you give us a fair trial & you can when the other man graduation although there may All Ksrtages HaM Tin
reached into his pocket be with 64 Model RamblersNOW
a twilight zone respectto
r rest assured that we will never let you he (Johnson) fired his admissions. FAMU must H. H. Rcddenberrr IIf"

down. automatic the bullet stand or Call by the achievements

hitting the first woman of its students. It is 2679 W. BEAVER ST. fertage W.

; Fir the hest "a vetoes, IIHcHIise r when she inadvertly no longer" protected by the iron
1 curtain.:
stepped between the two Dr. Gore stated mat"in the MAIL COUPON BELIW
&& afpndilm if jtw bu'ness. SEERty's men. early years of melnstttutlon,

A. and ).4. as a land-grant CONSTRUCTION CO.
institution stood for agricultural -

i ; Jewelers Washable Wonder and nwhaniol. 2679 W. BEAYER STREETPlease

k He rmrinnfd, "In the later
1 326 MAIN STREET Never let a week pass years with the renown of the SPORTS CARS: furnish ae more details I M i teret.din

I by without filing your Rattlers and the Marching 100 your bill consolidation aad building .la*.

i ails,soak ing your handsin in the minds of many, these KG. AUSTIN BEALEY &QO, SPRI fL SIliCA
kg UCKSHtWLE: 2, FLA. PMNE EL 3-3183 letters have stood for athletics

: want soapsuds scrubbing and music If A. and M. is uiurnnMb ...*....... . . . . .

r ior r ( _.,,4e's lIMIt 11.1.I..1t JtwtItrs) with them a well-lathered thoroughly to attach survive new in meaning the sixties to It these must SOUTHSBE RAMBLER INC.

I nail brush, and tending two basic letters. A. and M. 5415 Phillips Hiway ADDRESSrfk' . . . . . . . .
;..i to the cuticles. must be more than agricultural

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Gibbs' Students Offer Views Shepard, In- Grand Session ,

1 F f to Reelect Grand Shephard PvamereXartin

Attend National Sessions AtfMtl CMfN Paramore was unanamiously re-elected Grand

Shepard at the 8th Annual Grand Lodge Session of
IR Atlanta
the Benevolent and Protective Order of Shsards

The National Business '
held September 19-22 at the Gethseaaae Missionary
League in its 63rd annual -
Baptist Church .......................
Sw Swt convention In At
The program of. the Annie L. Wright; Group
lanta.Georgia challenged ,
4. Miss "Fvon' MorrisMiss
local organizations to first night was spon-
r Juanita Payne and Miss E
sored by the Juvenile
form a phalanx behind
Department. "' Ruby Chestnut.The .
Berkley Burrell.National
President and his staff Presiding was Mias Juvenile directorsare -

Carolyn Sweet president. Mesdames Nancy Brown
for immediate progress.The .
z.I tone of the speeches The there'! was ChristTheTrue Gertie Cox. Johnnie

entertainment and locale .> J Light. Vocal Selections Leonard Patsy Payne and ,
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was extremely encouraging 4. ... and reading were Temple; Ford Morris.
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'; > The welcome address
-, '' presented by the follow- was
and informa-
f '": '<' : .
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presented by Deacon D S
ing Groups; Group 1Miss
? N tive to those who came EXPRESSING VIEWS OD education and the racial climate in the south were studentsof Brazil
seeking the way to full Carolyn Jackson. Miss

Democracy through business Gibbs Junior College, St. Petersburg, Fla., when Tampa, Bay Area Television. Oneita Jackson and Her- The annual address of

:1f enterprize. and in Station WTVT, Channel 13, sent Don Harris on campus to prepare a full half- man Amos; Group 2. Abner the Grand Shepard was
Green. Willie Green entitled "Let Us Cry
dustry. hour program on the subject. The students, attending the state's only public in* Larry'Falen and Miss Unto the Lord. In his

FEDERAL MONEY AVAILABLE: stitution that desegregated both faculty and student bodyagreed that the Mary Davis; Group 3,Miss message Grand Shepard

Lw $ Fvery resource of racial climate in the south is changing but much needs to be done. Here Don Mary and Alice Lawyer Paramore extolled the
federal funds to aid in Miss Annie Green Miss virtue of pray and urged
Harris interviews Torrence Preston of Jax, Fla. (GJC photo by L.L. Ballard)
small business area 4lberta Jones and Miss the Berbers' to pray for
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.q m the success of the Order
E1' development, housing
Y health education and TALLAHASSEE ROUNDUPThe Foreign Students Welcomed The King and Oueen con

welfare was presented by "z test which was a featureof
RECENT ATTENDEES to the 63rd annual convention of top level departmental -'. the evening Mrs. MaryF.

the National Business League and the National representative of the community waits in great expectation for the Bonner queen;Herbert

Bankers Association were Stephen K. Beasely (left) Government. The keynote coming of the Honorable Senator Leroy Johnson who i if Gavin, lodge 3 king and
appeal for successful ,,,' the Juvenile Department
and Johnny Herndon, both of Tallahassee (right)1 is scheduled to speak on Thursday October 27 in a winners Miss
future planning was out- were

president of the Tallahassee Business_League, Inc. lined in a dynamic address city wide program scheduled for Lee Auditroium.. Hayward and Michael: File&
in discussion with Burkley Burrell president of by the HonorableF.D. Steve Beasley and Johnny Herndon, president of the Approximately 300 attended -

Roosevelt, Jr. the Sunday ses-
the National Business League, Washington, D.C. The Undersecretary of the Tallahassee Business League attended the recent 3, a e sion to hear the message

group took time out for a talkfest between sessions Department of Congress.He confab of the National': Business League which was of the Rev. S.T. steward

at Waluhaje Apartments, Atlaqta, convention was introduced by Pr. pastor of Fli per Temple
; held in Atlanta.. .Incidently, the local chapter
Andrew P. Brimwer..Deputy The title of the annua)

headquarters. ., Assistant to "Mr Roosevelt will hold an election for officers soon. Slated 1K sermon was the Lord is
who was a recipient for the post are H.K/Knowles and Joe Franklin... My Shepard. The speakerwas
Final I St. Michael's i I
Respect 'of an award from Fresi- presented by Pev. T.
Arnette Greene was host to a group of wellwisherson
Episcopal ChurchThe dent Burrell at the A- 5. Gainous, pastor of

Paid Mrs. Reed Rev. Father Tollie wards Night Dinner. Sunday at 'open house ceremony held in his new the church who also extended -

Caution. Associate sec- Other honorees were Dr. office in the Hoffman building. Greene is one of greetings. Other
services were
Funeral Martin Luther King Hu- ministers present were
Ellen Reed retary of the DivJsion the two Negroes licensed to do business in the
held for Mrs
manitarian of the Year Pev. P. T. Thomas, of
of Home' Missions of the
on Sunday at the St. Pre F.D. Patterson state. We wish him a lot of success.ooooooooooo. Bethlehem Missionary
Council qf. the'the
Paul Missionary Baptist (i'Tch Booker T. Washington Baptist Church and Pevv. .
Church. The Reverend W. will be gue t of the Symbol of Service Award On the social scene..The Mystic Shriners and 3- .H. Brown.

Honorable E.M. Martin The Usher Board is composed
H. Broxton is pastor.
church on Patronal Day. Daughters of Isis sponsored a gala dance on Satur-
Mrs. Reed was born in He will celebrate Low Businessman of the Year of Mrs. F. 801 ton.

Tallahassee.the daughterof Mass at 7:30 a.m. bring and Edvard Pavis of Detroit day night after the gone. ..Sandy Johnsons reports president H. Payne.vice

the late ,Mr.' and Mrs. greetings and share received the Gaston that a large number of masons and visitors attended presidentJ. Clay, Chaplin -

Sammie Lewis. She received .breakfast with Fpiscopal Award for the NIGFKIA STUD} I'S TO FAMU---Olunfunke Omo- ; Mrs. P. Paynes
the 13th Anniversary of the Cherry Hill
her education in students and their largest membership. treasurer Mrs. J. Pryor
tayo Fasheun, left and Florence Poluso
the public schools. of friends. At 11 a.m. he Dr. Patterson presided Lodge on cunday. The affair was held at the Mt. r Business manager and

Leon and during the award cere- Esuruoso, right, attired in the dress of secretary Mrs. B. Davis.
County was an will celebrate Choral Zion Primitive Baptist Church..Dokeys and Prin -
active member of the Mass give the sermon monies which were held their native ftpstern Nigeria, are greetedby Other members are Mrs. M
cesses entertained at a whist party in the Pythian
Betholonia Missionary and share a Covered-dish in the palatialk grand Miss Edna M. Calhoun, Associate Dean of Rollins. Mrs. c. McTier

Baptist Church where she dinner in CanterburyHouse ballroom of the Waluhaje Hall. ..,aUie J. Gardner, scoutmaster and teacherat and C. Pender.
Students in charge of Women at Florida AtM
served as secretary for with church mem- Apartments. Music was by Rhaney school was given a birthday party recently -
_ forty-one years. bers and their friends. Bill Odum at the org n. University, shortly after their arrival in Higher Education
by the faculty members of the school. Prin-
The bereaved family: includes Coming events of the The annual Convention Tallahassee. Miss Fasheun from Ilesha,

a devoted husbandPev. church are as follows: Dance sponsored by the cipal Hunter extended remarks..Irvin Hills; A and Council To Meet
Western Nigeria, and Miss Esuruoso, from
J.M. Peed; one son. On October 6 at 1 p.m. Atlanta Life Insurance M Law student has been slated to address the University -
Walter Peed; five sisters dinners will he sold in Company and local associates Abeokutu, Western Nigeria, both plan to

Mres Ida Allen. Queen A the Canterbury House by followed the High School on the occasion of their Home- major in poultry husbandry in the Schoolof TALLAHASSEE -- The
Council of Institutions
Carter Julia Wilson, members of the Altar dinner. coming activity..On the sick list is Aaron White,
Agriculture at FAMU. They are shown of Higher
Grace L. Fields Flo- Guild; 4 p.m. registration Subjects presented by Percy Middleton and Herschel Williams
rence Poll ins and, three for Fall Confirmation expert consultants included 000':0 here attired in the "aso oke, picture- Education will conveneIn
-0-0-0-0-0---0 its fall session at
brothers p'ichmondFrank classes; October 22 'CompetitionUnder sque native costume that consists of head-
and Fdnard Lewis District IV meeting of Integration' On the sports scene: The mighty Rattlers defeated 9:00 a.m. Saturday
dress, blouse, wrap-around skirt and shawl.
October 5. at Roosevelt
Fpiscopal Church at The 'Government Funds For Lincoln University in a game that drew a large
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Fish Baits Church of the Holy Com- Small Business, Junior College. West
number of eager fans but was played in the rain. DemonstrationTALLAHASSEE Agents To Meet Palm Beach according to
For Sale forter; November Annual 'Business and Negroes I M _

Fish'Bait: Red Wiggles Bazaar to be presented Today and Tomorrow* The occasion was also 'Boy Scouts' Dayand the -- The panel discussion an announcement made
this week by J.R. E. Lee
by St. Michael's Women; "Organization of Pri- 'Kick-Off membership campaign of the Rattler campus of Florida A&M moderator.Fanelists will
( pitrun) $1.80 per December 1st. Advent vate Capital for Small University will be the be: Sherman Priscoe Information Jr.. vice president of
400 from far
Boosters. Scouts, numbering came as Florida A&M
thousand. Corporate Communion oMen f Business.Various scene October 6 through Specialist.
aspects of Banking as Jacksonville. The boys were the guest of Coach of the annual secretary of the
Jones Gardens 825 and Boys; visitation Ser- 9. con- U.S. D. A. : A.S. Bacon,

of the Rt. Rev. Hamilton I L vices." and What are Gaither. .. C.N. Speed president of the Rattlers vention of the National Assistant Administrator. councl .
Floral Street, Talla- you Going To Do about Home Demonstration Britton G. Beyle, president -
and Federal Extension Ser-
West. D.D. presentation ,
hopes to gain a membership of 300 out of the cam-
hassee. Florida. of confirmation. Registering and Voting" Agents' Association. vice; George 0. Butler. of Roosevelt
paign. He urges all Rattler fans to Join the Junior College will
Milk i Problem Convention delegates Director of Community-

; TALLAHASSEE Florida Boosters: which is designed to motivate Interest in will hear Dr. E.T. York Relations ; and F. S. serve as host to the
STOPFAL1iMQNOWr session. Paul W. Butleris
Provost for Agriculture Rural Civil Defense
A&M University has its athletic activities at, the University. Holmes -
i own on-the-ground solu- #. the IJniversit70fPlorida. Coordinator the deer of the school.
.;) 0-0-0-0-o00.0o00.0
\ tion to the school Gainesville,
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Sstker's"SAVE dress. I
consists of a herd Friday night to discuss the strategy for the
Officials of the association I
of 50-milk-producing
Lincoln game and to review pictures of 1962 ac- will convenein
IT"U cows from several of the I

top blood lime in the tivities. The same group will meet the night be- an executive. board I
meeting ,. October
a country. fore each home game for the same purpose. The next I
U Elth* '. N.W f.rwn,U f.r mN ..4 Current output of the 6. A reception Sundayat
meeting will be on Friday night October 19 priorto will mark I
7:30 .
'M p.m.
w___ product tigiid t h !p prv""t FAMU herd is 2,500 tc
loss! .f heir by ....ff.yi.a .c.lp b.et.ri..4 3.000 bottles the Homecoming game with Morris Brown College.The FAMU s welcome to the
d...drvttr.. ..... f.r Ie,.."",e k.if, tW" of milk delegates. In charge of IITTTi
per day according to Rattlers' remaining schedule includes Tenn-
.dtKt wgnd
tmpU*.e""J tk r ikU tp H-a pr the welcome reception

fiA. ..t t. r..l.f. .t".1 l .Ut. givmg. Iwttr, b.vty ..41 Nathaniel Saylor associate essee A and I on October 26, Nashville; Nov. 2, will be Dr. Clinlta A.
.w ......,t"-. ...v.rli.e ..k.rt. tlwbby. Kf..... heir professor of ----- -- --- --- -
!.... the ,..l--W. .'. Crw.Iiig Ole"AT .." dairy and poultry hus- Central State Tampa; Nov. 9, North Carolina A and Ford head of the FAMU
Department of Home
LEADING COSMETIC COUNTERS bandry. T', Greensboro: November 16, Southern University,

If your dealer does not have"SAVE IT,send$1.00 for Dairying is a part of x Tallahassee; Economics assisted by The Big Tfcre. Oi W R F I
2 oi. size, $1.50 for 4 oz. jar. (tax and postage included the instructional unit TallahasseeNov.; 23, other members of the
to members
SO West 12Sth Street In the School of Agriculture Nov. 30. Texas-South, Jacksonville and Dec. 14. department and
Esther's Beauty Aids / New York 27.NI Y. and Hone Economics of the Florida Home
tat FAMU. The Orange Blossom Classic in Mimi...Oti Hobley: Demonstration Agents'

is now accepting reservations for the Orange Blossom Association.

111 MADAM TINA, PALMIST Classic special train. Persons Interested may the Other program participants during the on

write him at 312 PerShing Street, Tallahassee
week will include: Miss
PktRt 224 6032GUARANTEES
o-o-o-o-o-o-o-o-o-o-o-o Fdna M. Calhoun Dean of
to read ENTIRE LIFE and future. Qi '
r your -past, present Florida A&M Dni- "
nuclear women
s An optimist is a person who, during a 1-4-1-0
.She asks no questions, but WILL TELL you what you want to know, versity, the annual ban-

r ,, giving dates and facts of business, love, health and family attack, stands by the .cuspidor in a country store- quet speaker; Dr. A. S. ]f

affairs. Tells you whom you will MARRY and when. If the one he knows full well nobody: has ever hit It yet... Sherman Dean of Home I oroar

t you love is true, and what to do to be successful. Will unite See yon next week. Economics South Carolina -

t the separated, locate absent friends and relatives, cause happiness State College. ] RtA'b

between MAN and WIFE. Make up lover's quarrels. Tellsif
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-1' Miami Social Notes Greater. Bethel Usher Board Sponsors Annual Tea Bethany S. D, A.

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Has Hew Pastor
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The Sunshine State ...- _
Duplicate Bridge Club is : :- -70<__ : ./.

r keeping Its doors open to new members, not as a Seventh Pay Adventist -
Church at 2WK)
i membership drive but for people who want to play ,- w y 711 "' .. NF 5Cth Street of which

or learn to play bridge. Being the only club in A.' -.... rider P. woodfork is the
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.. SL pastor announces
the state
holding membership in the American -
services for the caning
Bridge Association, it is only Interested in
Fahtath. SRter ley. Oct.

persons who want to join the national organization rS .. "" ',,"-- _... ."' -.. ,, 5.
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1 _: sabbath school will beheld
says, Al Reamer newly elected President. Dues are _
at the church from
18.00 per year of which $3.00 goes to the Bridge
0:30: to 10:40: a.n. followed -

Association and $5.00 to the club for equipment.The by Sabbath Worship
club now has 28 members and was organized and the morning senwm
at 11 ".P.
six years ago by:: Gertrude McCoy and Effie Williams A Tall Mtisicpl rpf -
both sisters, and from Pittsburgh, Pa. Anyone in- if cert' will be presented

un( Rr.Oct. 6. featuring
terested may call Mrs. Dollie Whitehead after
the Youth Choir to
6 p.m. at 444-0572 or Effie Williams, 688-9705 which the public is In-

after 8 p.m.. The last meeting was held at the vited.
Flder woodfork and his
home of Blanche Galloway. They meet every other
family who are coning
f week at different homes.
f + from/ New Orleans La.

( mE SUNSHINE CCMMWITT' CLUB t 71 ore expected to arrive
this reek in tire for
The Sunshine Community Club met at the home of
the minister to tAkrIf'
--f Urs. Ruth Williams, 2221 NW 64th Street. The members his duties in the church
t}, made plans for their winter activities. The and continue its work
civic and welfare work
first of these will be a spaghetti dinner at the
in the comwmity
home of Mrs. Ruby Swins, 1540 NW 65th Street.
YMCA Plans
Contact any member of the club for a dinner.

The state meeting will be held in Stewart, TEA EVENT---Menbers of Usher Board 3 cf Greater Bean Slipper

Florida and many of the members are planning to a 'e\ Bethel AME Church which sponsored its thirteenth An old fashion baked
hean supper rill he
attend. The next meeting of the club will be held 4Ty
annual. Fall Tea last Sunday are shown here. In sponsored by the n. r.
In the home of Mrs. Portia Bannister, 6820 NW
the front row from left are: Irene Thomas, Flossie Carver Branch YMCA on
13th Avenue. Saturday October 26th.7:3P ,
King Mildred Mozell, Doris Dorsett, Letushia Rus-
Mrs. Alma Leyneh is reporter and Mrs. A.E. Mc- : r.HI. nt the YMCA
sell, Nellie Dorsett, Actave Archie Dora Gibson building and grounds.The .
Neil is president. y
Pretja Allen, Inez Polite, Inez Hightower, Thelma purpose of this annual -
Lawrence, Mary Colden, Janie Bat en, Mattie Zandersand
WOMEN START CWB IN PALM :BEACH a parents of caterers an
Professor Charles Williams. opportunity to get together -
A group from the National Business and Professional
Second row from left to right: Eunice Gillespie, in an evening of
Women's Club of Miami motored to West Palm inforirp activities'offe11owshirrArticiratln
Robert StorkesLeno Brow, Lucile Sutton, Alvester
Beach to set up a club in that city. Mrs. Annette ;
.. Wallace, Laura rewire, Willie Liliman, Florence in activities designed
E McNeal, who 'is the first vice president ,of the .
Washington, Alice Broome, Lelia Barnett, Louise for every newer of the
Miami Club, installed the officers with a beauti- f amily and their
Shorter, Eva Shorpe, Willie Mae Monroe, Mary Ross,
ful ribbon and flower ceremony. 'r frie nds.

Those persons, too went to Palm Beach: from Miami Bell Hezeklah, and Miriam Russell.The The activities Include

were: Mrs. Loretah Pecke, president of the Miami : photos at bottom: left show some of the guests fares, group singing: ,
nrrbery uIn f OPS t rat ions,
Chapter: Miss Iona Dukes, Mrs. Gwendolyn J.Bui- f who attended the affair being served, following the thought for the ""y.

lard, Mrs. Birdie C. Thompson, Mrs. Cleonin A. program. (FUa Star Photos by Al Crawford) riflery demonstrations

Smith and Mr. George Hepburn. They reported an and carnfire activities

evening well spent. DADE BIRTHSBorn FLORIDA STARIN The cost per dinner Is
*. 75 rnd reservation
BOWLING HIGHLIGHTS fay he made by calling
The Excelsiors League rolling at the beautiful : ,. OX fi-0231.; :
> + a. IT. and Mrs. Fugeneollr.n
50 lane Clover Leaf Lanes is really scoring many <
< ; 2431 Nr 133th NOW APPEARING AT
p j 200 games. First place this week is all tied up f c Street. Opa Locka, girl.

by Hagen and Fonda No. 1 and News Realty. Second Mr. and Mrs. JUles Maiden -
; 4010 NT 13th *ve. !
place team is Hagen and Fonda No. 2 and third Boy. Dizzy Jones Birdland

place is Varsity Barber Shop. Fddle Johnson has ; Mr. and Mrs. Pichard
the high 3 game set with a 699 Sandie Sims 625, -JL/ 1 Birk; 2261 Nt' 171st
and Frank Smith, 615. .; __;. .. _. : Terrace. Ora LockeGirl. 2nd Ave at 7th St., Mil*!

-4 High single games are Eddie Johnson 247, Sandie Installation Highlights Event Presents

A Sims 235 and Frank Smith 225. Officers of this

league are Earnest Hayes, president and Dennis \ \ 'n. THE MARVELSSinging
.0 .'."'',...i. Sensations S_ _
t' Peak, secretary. fr--s

- The Excelsiorettes, which is a mixed league at : : .A

the Gooabay, Lanes, are off to an excellent start III

with Frank Rich burg's 3 game set of 597, and Gino 4

Robinson's 591. The high single games are Frank r

Ri burg 222, a ire Robinson 212 and Theodore Blue

210. Mamie Harvey has 185 and Bessie Richburg 181.

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Ni lilly THE INITIAL meeting of the Friendship Garden and Civic Club was recently held at the home of Mrs.

i: > Percy Styles, during which installation of officers was made by; Mrs. D.A. Julius.. Planning of the

'FINE club projects for the coning year were the main topics of discussion.

FOODS A delicious repast was served by; the hostess and club aeabers gave interesting highlights of their BUTTER BALL DIZZY JONES __

MR. SOUL suraer vacation.A gala time was had by all. Photographically posed are: liable Barlow, Marjorie Wake M.C. Extraordinary Sensational Entertainer _

Jam Sessions Sundays Ions Dukes Annie M.' Twine, Lucile Reed, E.C. Thomas, Naomi Espy Mary M. Berry Florence Gibson .

8 p.m. to Midnight Louise Bogie, Sally Mason, Flora Strahan Miriam Stirrup Alice Butler Carrie Lou Arnold, Lillian Extra Added Attraction

&11100, Ethel G. Primes, Chellie Kstes, Andel Mickins.. Livel Julius. Eartha Styles Mary: Wright and

HOSTESSES Sarah Taeger. (STAR photo by Al Crawford)

11\\ Applications' For, Watch This Clown PHONE FOR FR 7-2294 BETTER PICTURES SEE SAM % -J 'ii I

licenses _
lO'UNSON,. ?N and ts4/jL3.j
yLIn Green Shirley lacelo f -
John G. Olive 3363 NW88th. 5- 'lOEMIAMI'-

street 24 and Dinners$ Parties Weddings Pauporta DAVE
.ri.r 79th St. Charlotte
Sibley. 3251 >
0.11". 1 a\.nt. 1.II j.m.Baby EJIURecording
I' 68th Ftreet 16. ini II lath IHIJ
it 17th Avt NW Pictures 4 Specialty
Spray tutu and cans tana Stars
Miami nearly um any paint-op Job into pun SEE PAGE 13 U>n XAV. Kill Slr*,.' sham Florida

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PAGE 10 FLORIDA_ _n_._ STAR PAPERS.-- .SATHROAY... .own. flCTIEER__. .__n 5.-. 1963

_I I Grace Presbyterian MaMta AMfnrsary MIAMI CRIME -Real Estate roe ErsIeea Plan For 64 Mimi Convention

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The pastor and membersof ing Communion Service on REPORT Broker Meet .; ;: ;,1"' '" "

Grace Presbyterian Sunday Oct. 6, as well as ..,ltt';:.. \
Church are making.plansfor the evening devotion.On : ....
DNIDENTIED MEN convention of the National '
the anniversary ob- Sunday; Sept. 29. the 1 n f r :TC
ROBBED MIAMIAN Association of
servance which will be Sunday Church School
Real Estate Brokers
held the first week in workers were rededicated Fred Jockell. 45. of
in Chicago Illinois.
November and culminate for another year of ser- 619 F. Hialeah, reportedto _-
The home for the peetirr'
,with mammoth banquet at vice. police that three men
was The Famous Sherman
I 1 the Carver Branch INCA Another inspiring event jumped from a car beat Hotel.
on 15th Ave. Friday. held last Sunday was the and robbed hip in the
The local Board
was represented -
Nov. 8. honoring of Flder Fddie vicinity of 79th Ft. and-
by the president -
Fdwards. Sunday School 14th Ave. Pe could not
j Fev. w. F. Savoy pastor Rudolph Pullom.
as one
who will deliver the Superintendent- give a description of the executive secretary
of the pioneer membersof the vehicle or the su
sermon is urping MJ' Miss F. C. Thomas and
the church who bra spects. other than they
I members to' make a special worked tirelessly in be- Sonny Wright. The total
were Negroes.
effort. to attend the number of delegates from
I .morn. holy nf flip Rrirvfjtv School.
the entire
state of

.1 Edward Waters College'"TIGERS" Florida largest were number seven to-meet the
....... _.
in the National since PLANNING MEET--Members of the Frontiers Inter- Roger Williams, Calvin r. Hughes Pa leJ 3.
ill the organization of the_
Board. national who met last Tuesday night at the Carver Johnson Oscar ?. Weaver, Robert C. Gabriel,

The convention proved Branch YMf to out)1te plans for their 1964 con- Bragg Turner, and E.N. Taylorpresident.Seated .

to be most Instructiveand vention in Miami are seen here staiuUng. are the wives of several members, fro
SCHEDULE informative as well
From left are: Thomas L. Sanders, W.H. Fuller, left Mrs. G. Kilpatrick, Mrs. Marttta Aadersoc ,
as entertaining. Many
(HOME GAMES ) members of the associa- Charles North, William Anderson, C.W. Kilpatrick, Mrs. Cardyn Johnson: Mrs. Geraldine Arrh gton

tion and visitors from and Mrs. Robert C. Gabriel.

: Oct. 5 ...... .Morris ColUft many section of the DADE DEATHS
United States played an Planning Coronation
Oct. State active part on the pro-
gram. Besides the interesting LONNIF "ILLIA"'S, JP. t ;
; '-
Nov. 2.. . S.C. Area Trade meetings the 190 Nr 16th St. died z. to < ::1

delegates kept well occupied Sept. 24. Survivors include t. ',
R 'J : Ii
[HOMECOMING) attending many a cousin. Mrs. .s a M
elaborate social af Fula Mae Armstrong. Ser- '
Nov. 16 . Kittrell College fairs. vices Sept. 30 at New i .

After a most enjoyable Providence Bapt. Church. l :
All Home Games Will Be Played at week the local delega- . . fli
tion took various routesto r
Myrtle Avenue Ball Park ,,: other points before "
2434 NW 58th St. died f
kick off 8 returning to Miami. Mr. Sept 26. He leaves a r mA ,
p.m. Pullom went to Alaska.
wife. Annie. 4 sons 2
{ Mr. Wright visited relatives -
daughters parents 7
Tickets On Sale At Edward '
In New York. and! brothers and 8 sisters.. : ?

{ Waters College Business Office Miss Thomas and Canada.chose"Detroit Final rites in Americus.. _
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,t... HEAR THE NEW SOUND wellknown Cafe owner died ofprince's f

Sept 27. Services will

: be conducted Oct. 5.at

. from the 5,000 watts Israel Bethel Prim

: .. MJapt. 'Church. Surviving
; :are his widow please a CONTEST SPONSORS-.-Members of the Decathalon Social and Civic club which spon-

*, sister and a brother. He sors the annual Hiss Decathalon' contest thich will hold the coronation eventat

: Tower of PowersNAME1260 resided.. Ora at Locka.2490 NW 155thSt. the Knight Beat, Wednesday, Oct. 9 are shown here. Seated, from right are :

. . T. Wright, Wes Tfuesdale,. Ernest Sitrrup. and Esrne: Bain, vice president.
'J, : -i MRS. COPA ALLEN 15625 Standing in the same order are: Louis Jackson, Joseph Makey, president; Eddie

NW 158th St. Rd. Opa Rutts, Julius Sirmons and Eddie Campbell, secretary. Al Ervin, treasureris

Locka. mother of Mrs. .
not: !snnwn.
Corine Miller and Mrs.
YOURRADI Claudia Level died

: \ Sept 26. Services Oct. State Teacher, Nurse ,Exams, s a

O 2 at First Bapt. Churchof

Bunche Park. Other Announced By Superintendent
I survivors are 1 brother

Starring 1 sister and other rela- If fishing's your hobby, you
t tives. Joe Hall. FUperintenrlent of the Date have lots of competition for the
. .e County Public Schools, announced that the "big ones."About 35 per cent of
-- --- everybody over the age of 12
;f r- : FRANCIS FUNERAL HOME State Teacher and Nurse Examinations for fishing at least once a ;year. go In
scholarships will be held at Bayfront Au- the South a whopping 44 per cent
: 1624 N torlrm.. 320 N.F. of the population call it their
1 JAMFS FNRIGKT. Street, on Tuesday favorite recreation.
w.60th St. died Sept. October 7?. ... ... ...
30. He leaves his widow hose taking teaching

Eubie.. a sister of South examinations must reportat
3-i Carolina and a step the auditorium at

daughter. Funeral ser- 8:30 a.m. while those

I [ r vices Oct. 5 at Mt. wishing to take the nur-
Carmel Baptist Church. sing ezftjninr.tionft will
1 -U- . . report at 1:30 p.m.

October 11th is the

_& __ MRS IPFNF MAXWELL. 209 deadline to register for 4E
- r HW 6th St. Survivors include taking either scholarship -

her husbandJohnny: exarinption. High

Maxwell and several re- school seniors register
latives. with their guidance b _
. .. .. counselor; college stu-
: MRS. CATHFPINE POFELL. dents register with the
T 1560 NW 71st street. college dean of educa-

1 ci: L Services were held Tues- tion or the head of the
day Oct. 1st. 3:30 p.B. school of nursing. stu-

;i Brother Ray Burkie 'The King" Bee Alfonzo( Mozeli4t Cambridge at Kelly's officiating.Chapel Rev. Jeglate dents in nursing other non-col-progrwis .

1 Survivors include two rill register with their

daughters: 1 son and 1 nursing supervisors and ., ,. '
brother. out- f- cbool applicants #
4t . .. .
register directly with
MPS. LI7ZIF BAIN. 1310 the office of Guidance
NW 63rd Terrace.Serviceswere Services. Poom 300Lind-:
held Wednesday Oct. sey Hopkins Fducation e .Y s i t ,
2nd. 4:00 p.m. at St. Pen* er.Ml 4 d /r' s ft

John Baptist Church with teacher applications -
j Pev Theodore Johnson rust! be brought to

officiating. Survivors the county Guidance Ser-
: :
include a niece; Mrs. vices office so as to

_ Y Sallle .Ray and other relatives the secure superintendent the signature of of

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f county schools.
JACOB POLLE of 2035 NW About 96 state teacher
6th Place. Funeral services scholarships are awardedto

: .Sat. Oct, 5th at Dade County on the
2:00 p... at Ft. Mary's; basis of student population -

):' ,Weslyn Methodist Church in this area. These A
k with I' X ...
Rev. H.v. Stuart scholarships are_valued
'" j _g officiating. Survivors ft" 'firt.
JI at $.rper year and are
Franklin Jordan Nicky lee Fred Hanna include his wife; Mrs. renewable for a four THIS BEER is for pleasant living! People on the

Fachel Polle; 2 sons. year period or until an go..people who care aboat quality. go for

THE MOST IMPORTANT THINGS 1 daughter. .and...1. sister.. undergraduate earned. Those degree scholar-if National Beer. Have the taste of pleasant living

Mrs. Elizabeth Singleton ship winners who teachin have a Nattonal'Beer.. Premium quality always,

of 14101 Madison St. Florida for the number popular prices everywhere.

i you'll hear the day will be'ON Richiond day Sept.Hei 14 ghts at,the Satur t+t.- aced of scholarship years not repay for was shich the granted loan.the 'Hare ,a taste af Pteasart L'IiII i I

Slant Hosp. following a The number of nurses'
scholarship and NATIONAL BEER
vary ,
long period of illness.
are a Ehe is survived by her competitive basis. Some
WAME 1260 Spotlight Predict
husband, Isinh Singleton, are for $300 for a professional
diploma or associate
Mother, Mrs. Ella Heays, Of The Week
degree; $300 for .
5 sisters ad Ibrother. practical nursing $5PO

,/ MIAMI Funeral service Lre set for the basic collegiate .1 'WMBM'J
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Officers Commended UFC Outlined IMPERIAL SUN1RIES

Socially Speakingwith Patent Medicines Cosetics
I I At t New StantonNew
\ All Leading Hair Preparations
I Stanton Senior High
'; "f a School's role in the Ct>r. BROAD AND ASHLFY EL 4-2159

LOUISE G. GUINYARD k IJJj Duval County Schools'
;' ,, '
',- ,Barbara Harper 'started the ball rolling for .q United Fund Campaign was :+;: \ t'
>Kevinettes Club .xt outlined for the staff "
Bridge entertaining in her vest
and faculty during a .
Seventeenth Street home. She invited Ruth Banner
?: 1; r r ( special faculty meeting ..p1.p ,;.

as guest player.: __ ___ Wednesday morning before <.
Pearl Hacker was high scorer in the Bridge session classes began.
Mrs. I.A. "orren.member ,':
with Daisy Gil Hard placing second and Essie f ,
of the faculty who is

D., Silva third. Doria Bennett received the consolation the school's representative -

prize. informed her co-
workers that this year
I Members present in addition to prize winners included -
campaign committeewas
Sarah Lovett, Celestine Nicks,..Dorothy stressing what has

Oliver, Pauline Davis, Eamalee George,' Geraldine bee named fair share ,..
gifts from members of
Hilliard, and Am Monroe. 1.p
the teaching profession.She 11t

also distributed / .1,
...................f........ special literature and
Her mother or her sister?
Said that all gifts and

Margaret Starkes and Vivian Jefferson were guest
collected on October
players; when Gems Bridge Club net last Friday PET MILK COMPANY'S Medical Relations representative from Detroit was honored 18 immediately followinga Whether you want the excitement of a diftwnt
the Women's National Medical Association its Convention hair shade, or want to give new life to dull or
by Auxiliary to the at 1963
'evening.at the I. Russel Robinsons' Pearce Street special televised pro- f gray hair...insist on the long-lasting httiroolor
home. .in Los Angeles. Mrs. Mary Elizabeth McFarlin (center) received a gram under the auspicesof in the famous red package-Godefroy's
the School United Larieuse. It's easy to apply, and complete in
Topping the scoring list for olub members was plaque and silver platter from Mrs.. Lottie B. Harris (right) of Atlanta, out Fund organization Com> one package-there's nothing else to buy.

going president of the auxiliary. Mrs. Vtilhelmina Hedgeman of Detroit, past mittee.
Alvenia Scriven, followed by Zelma Johnson and l tiJp.i'J' 18 LY
president of the group presents roses on behalf of Pet Milk Company. Principal Charles D. COLONS
Geneva Wheeler. Margaret Starkes Qualified for *
Brooks will
serve as
LARIfUSC ',,:,
guest prize, and Catherine Jackson won the door Vatican, Catholic Leaders Protest manager of the campaign : Oodfroy Mfp.Compariy.331O Ol v.St.*St.Lout' .Mo.SOUTHSJDE ...'
in New Stanton.
prize. =: .
Birmingham Bombings Racial Attrocities
Others participating in the meeting included ,

Kathryn Robinson, Lillian Davis, Lois Avery,' Syl- WASHINGTON--The Vatican City daily has joined

vester Bossard. Myrtls Thomas, and Marie McCI aln. Catholic leaders throughout the United States in

outraged protest against the bombing of a ,Birmingham (fjJltviled
CO/'C ,
............................ church with the death of four young girls. You ..A11 "

The Toman Observer ...... ...........
(I'Osservatore Por lo see
As the week-end approaches for tile Bethune-Bene- .. I
called the killing a .
r '"' 'a.LACFI .
diet football game, social activities in the city 'slaughter of inno- Archbishop Tollen said the New
AND AFB. Tex. --
are being stepped up to take care of the many cents" by 'racist Insanity after the bombing that Airman Lawrence' P. Lane '
in italics he ordered ,\ find Falcon
visitors who will be in the city. a pastoral jr., son of Mr. and Mrs! 1964 I For
followed by a news ac- letter read in all
\ Lawrence P. Lane Sr. of
The Jacksonville Alumni Chapter of Kappa Alpha count. churches of the Mobile-, FORD
i83fc w. 24th st Jacksonville -
Among voices raised in
Psl Fraternity is planning an "Open House' Cocktail Birmingham diocese Sunday Fla. is being
this country were thoseof af
September 22 dery-
: Party prior to the reassigned to ChanuteAFB.
j game. BLVD.
Archibishop Thomas J. ing the deedBIRD BEACH
d 111. for technical 5303
The Coronation Ball planned for Friday evening, ,Tollen of Mobile-Bir
BAITOf training as a United
October 18 is an annual affair and it will be heldat mingham and his auxiliary. states Air Porce: Fissile
Bishop Joserh., Tu- tourre you know that many
the Civic Auditorium. kinds of birds love to eat nun- p-echwiic.
rick. who attended the flower seeds. That's the reason
Mesdames Annie Mae McIntosh, Leola Powell and funeral ; Archbishon Patrick 'you buy them at the store orwrow The airman is a 1963
0' Boyle of'Washington \ them in the garden.; When graduate of New stwitonj
you grow; your own you nf'f'dn'tbllf'E'lIt
Iris Knox are in charge of this event. ; the National and clean. the seeds. High School
Activities by other organizations will be announced Catholic Conference for

.... ,'. Interracial Justice.
later. r. Chicago.and the Catholic

Interracial Conference
..................sseese.... of New York.
U a news conference FEWU. DIANO OSGt

J September; 43. stbree; days
> ,= The'installation for .196384'officers'of
ceremony .
after the bombi Joseph 3 ,at tucatmlS11'14
the Jacksonville Alumni Chapter of.Kappa Alpha Cardinal Ritter of St.

Psi Fraternity was held last Wednesday evening LdUis called for "ef 1t "aMiDE i
ficient civil rights
at the Eldorado Club. Maxie E. Wilson, a memberof stiEEt I
'legislation in this PAR
t ses- ."1\14\ 1 t 8th
the order, officiated.The sion" of congress.
newly installed officers 'are: Robert L. 'Any rightly formed
conscience. he said
Mitchell, polemarch; George H. Starkes, 111, vice will be severely aggravated -

polemarch; Lawrence V. Jones, keeper of records; at witnessingthe

William A. Johnson, exchequer; George B. Nairn, prejudice the dis- ea
( crimination and now the
financial secretary; Harvey Harper strategus; unspeakable atrocities

Julian White, It. strategus; Julius Guinyard, committee against the

journalist; fill lea D. Sweet, historian; Bernard Negro.

Bryant, chaplain; George H. ttlliaas, scribe; and 'Fqually the fact distressingis that the Negro I 17 Jewel ELGIN .

I Klptus L. Green, dean of pI edges.I isin so many cases, f

denied the protection or x CALENDAR WATCH
the of the law. i
I ..............**....*....... support Y t sl
It is a disgrace that, l V c ,. WITH FAMOUS
in this country which *.; '
"", The spacious Moncrlef Road home pf the. -James A. has been known as the. p rtoidoP
land of the free and is s tGSNa
'.:-.=,:,Joyner. provided the setting for the 'initial meet dedicated to the principle WATCHBAND

:, ing of the Silhouettes. that all men are -M '
created equalthe rights CALENDAR
Hannah Jones, Verdell Robinson Gloria Parsons, Y OU CAN F
of millions of our citi TWIST IT! Shown every dote of the month
Mtriiret Starkes, Virginia Mathis, Hadassah Bul- zens have to be formally '
lard, and Delorei Mitchell were among members proposed and voted on by "
our legislative bodies'!
Cardinal Fitter pointedto

the 'enormous peaceful r 1n

; LOOK FOR THE lEST demonstration" in .
Washington last month as

By William Henry Huff evidence the Negro is ---

.. determined to be full-
I search with eagle eyes for what iilbest a ip
fledged citizen
In ',every person whoa I liNt .: f
1, our congressmen *
.. T
_. ADd treat each ont as X would treat.*. guest, must know and know immediately. -

Without that venom of deceit. ." he added EVEN TIE I ..

In each and all X find a lot of good S "is that their white A KNOTI ,. 95 '
constituents in this and i39 ,iiOJ.
Which causes B. to leap for Joy; every part of the coun- 1 4G7

This search for good, when truly understood, try are Just as deter- '..dI, ,
mined" that'efficient .. Ih....
Will hateful strife
every destroy. civil rights legislation

what V YOU osroti Irstu ;; ?stuJ i il
rou wett wk1t yo.;

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Yen Get 160 to the Pound" COMPARE

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Powttfcws. Ritttrs SvMvt Ex-G .tSIttr Eye Second Conference Win Tigers Setback Claflin 24 0; I

L" 44-6; Htyes Scores Twice. Gets K> Yews Aw l i Morris Gome 2nd SWAC S.tto

HOUSTON. Texas (ANP) The Edward Waters College Tigers go after their
TALLAHASSEE--- :world's champion sprinter,
s A pathetic Hank Thompson second win of the young season Saturday night at
halfback Robert Hayes of Jacksonville scoring his rife and his
' 8:00 p.II. in the Myrtle Avenue Ball Park when
1 twice on 72 and 76 yard spurts from Jim Tullis' baseball fortune gone,
sat forlornly in the they; meet Harris College of SumterSouth Carolina.
' passes, Coach Jake Gaither's M
Fal. AIM Rattlers Houston lockup last.week x .q This is a conference game for the Tigers. .......
} won their season' s opener here last Saturday from awaiting transfer to the
in Last week in Fpartan- buaper corp of freshren..
Lincoln U. (Mo.) 44-6 cn a shower-swept fieldin Texas State prison burg. South Carolina.the Outstanding among them

typical fashion. ....................*.. Hunt He. svi had lie.been. sentencedto Tigers took the Measureof are Linwood SivwoBS.! :215

The a stubborn Claflin pound full-back frofi
contest was marredby 10 years imprisonmentfor
frequent fumbleseachteam center Gerald Walker the armed robbery ofa College team 24-0 on Gainesville's Lincoln

totaling eightbutthe snatched the pigskin liquor store here last a ruddy field. In the High: Willie Preston 275

alert Gaithermen recovered from 23-yards out and July. His only consola- Claflin win the Tigers pound tackle aDd Pohert

two of them and unmolested crossed the tion was that he could did not throw a single Taylor. 215 guard both

I converted them into goal line. This provedto get out of Jail on pa- THE ABOVE QUARTET were among Edward Waters'sb.ndouts during their season's 24-0 pass and held the of Fort Pierce and

scoring gems be their one-big- role .in less. than four win over Claflin last Saturday in Orangeburg. So C. The game was also a con- vaunted Claflin passing Charles Holmes 205
Four of the Rattlers:. play of the day. for attack in check The pound guard from North-
years.In ference setto. From left are the Tigers captains, Ivery Black Jacksonville Tigers played a defen-
fumbles recoveredby from
were that time on. the the robbery. Thompson western. All foar were
the visitors. powerful Rattlers' defenses stole $90 to getheck .210-All Conference end and a former Northwestern Yellow Jackets product; All- sive game and capitalized all-state squad members

Lincoln lone TO came prevented them to ralifornia" Conference halfback Willie Simmons, 201, Lake Wales; Halfback Charles Grover on Panther miscues. last year.
for the
as the result of a pass from going beyond A&M's he said Outstanding : James White, from
Job was awaiting -
interception when their 19-yard line. a him. but was arrested Jax, 170, from Matthew W. Gilbert, and another Gilbert alumnus, Melvin Elliott, F nrd Caters College Augusta. Georgia was

a few hours laterin 198 pound center tbo intercepted a Claflin pass last weEk and romped for a TD. eleven in the win was captain of the Lucy

WEST COAST SPORTLIGHTBy a local night club. (Baker Photos) the sensational runningof Laney Georgia State
James Butler the
L. I. 'BROCK' BROCKENEURY Someone had tipped off elrey Beach Cannonball champs last year. White

RAMS MUST ACT FAST the police.The Mays' Story BEATIN' THE GUNBY Butler turned in was an allGeorgiatackle
and is living up
$90 was a far cry
LOS ANGELES--(ANP) --The Los Angeles Rams scoring runs of ?fi yards
from the type of money to pre-season noticesin
must do something fast or they won' t have Thompson commanded Exploits DeedsSAN BILl.. HROWERCHlCAGOANP.This and 65 yards. Willie practice sessions.

any customers. I thought they had found a during his baseball hey- FPANCISOO Sport- was in the 10th inning conference'Fed'Simmons halfback, all-forth Also from the Peach
State is O.C.
Moreland.of .
quarterback--but they have not! day. The 39yearoldformer 'dom s legion of Willie
of the third l game of the showdown Tigers scored both Newnan. The shifty
New York Giants should
I thought too that they had found some Mays supporters extra points from scrim- halfback
third baseman last week find a wealth of statistics series between the Los Angeles Dodgers and was an all-

offensive interior linesmen. If they have estimated he made $250. .in their contention the St. Louis Cardinals. Dick Groat, the mage. Melvin Plliott. state selection his
Tiger linebacker plucked
senior in
ar high
found some they picked a poor way to show 000 from endorsementsand that he's baseball Red Birds' shortstop was on third base and off a Claflin pass and school.ye
salary during his 15 addition he
them off against the Lions last week. in organized baseball most outstanding presentday one out. The score was tied, 5-5. raced 40 yards for the was captain of his high
player, should they
The backfield is pretty, generally improved.Ben read author Arnold Manager Walt Alston, the much-maligned school track teem. The
The "Tiger defensive
Newnan thinglads wcn'tbeState
Wilson the rookie from Southern Cal- But all that money is Kane's recently released strategist, made a move that conceivablysewed teams held the South title and foreland
gone and so is his wife
ifornia, is oing to do the Rams a lot of ,who divorced: him in 195S! publication Hey"Willie Kid. "' up the National League flag for the Carolinians to a minus was selected as the out-
Mays Say 23 yards in total of-
good when he learns the plays and improveshis Where did the money go? The ever-exciting Mays, Dodgers. He shifted Jim Gilliain from second standing performer in
fense. Fugene Green
the state meet Pone IdThe
blocking. was a ball of fire against "Liquor and gold dig- who according to time- base to third base after Ken Boyer and Bill stellar passer and sig- '
said Bear navis is a
gem' Thompson '
the Lions, but it was his 'missed assign- He said he began drink- worn predictions 'can' White were purposely passed to load the nal caller for the pal- slim 265 ant' is holdingthe
your metto State team completed -
ment" which kept the Rams from scoring on ing heavily after he retired authenically por- base:. Curt Flood grounded to Maury Wills pivot spot for the
only four passes
a key play..Rosey Grier helps improve the from baseball in trayed.in roles whereinhis and Groat was out at the plate. But the in twenty-four attempts. Coach Paul rill againrun
defensive line but with Merlin Olsen out One of the first Negroes savvy and adroitnessin bases still were full of Cardinals. Mike 0. P. Moreland. shifty from a wide-open
sizing up a situation, halfback from Newnan.
with a bad ankle, the Rams may have pro- to enter the major Shannon, a Cardinal rookie, dribbled one pro-type offense and
has led him to spearhead
Georgia kept the Claflin
emphasized that the I'fr
blems up front. league. Thompson once, incidents resulting in toward third and Gilliam rushed in, scoopit team with its hack to team will move the bell.
the sparkplug of the
ANGPLS SHOULD GKT; STRONGERIf was thrilling backtothewall up and threw him out at firt. The the wall all evening In his first at the
Giants. He was a hero of year
Charlie Dees gets straight with the the 1954 World Series. wins.According. Dodgers were still in the ball game and with his booming punts. helm of the Kings Poad

Los Angels bosses; if Bob Perry can learnto helping to bat and field to writer out of The Tiger coaching staff school Paul fielded the
jam. LA
a eventually won, 6 to 5.
: Hano. Mays' possesses had nothing but praisefor
the to four highest team in
hit big league pitching if Leon Wagner plants
; ) straight series vic- all of the winning fac- In the passing out of honors this play the frosb backs cool- the conference. Lust

has a big season at the plate; if Jim Fre- tories. He hit safely in tors in his bat, arm, went unnoticed. Ron Perranoski received ness in his first var- year's Tiger ejeven were

gosi continues to play as he did toward every game batted.364. glove and legs. These, pats on the back for his splendid relief sity game. :-. runner-ups for the conference -

the end of the season; if Albie Pearsoncan and broke a series record the author vividly describes title. This

for walks in four are the toolsat pitching, and Rookie Dick Nen was haloedfor year's eleven will feature
keep his hot bat blazing; if Bob Rod- -
gaffes. his disposal which he his ninth-inning home run that kept f a line which
gers catches as he did without getting Thompson began to slip can call upon to con- 200
average over potmotefrom
the Dodgers in the
hurt. as a baseball star in tinually amaze the fans, game. end to end and the

1955. His legs begkn also much to the con- But the fact that Gilliam's thirdrout backfield Includes

SPORTS SHORTS giving him trouble. He sternation of his op assist in the tenth was just a passing several members 'of the

No one is any prouder about how beautiful was 31 then. The next ponents. track team.!
piece is nothing new. Possibly Ken Mc-
the football year he fell off a little During his 10-year assignment -
integration is working on, Tigers open their
more, and in 1957 the with the Giants Mullen, who was sent to the trench, couldn't 'home
Gil Smith the Los Angeles > season against
team ,
Giants sent him down to baseball's highest paid have made the play. This is simply another Morris College of Swn-
Lakers* classy public relations director, their Minneapolis farm star recently became the
inconspicuous value Gilliam is to the 1 ter, s. Carolina on

who is a graduate of SC..Gil sent me aclipping club, still hoping that first righthander in Dodgers. > Saturday night October>>
he would regain his past National League historythe 5 at the Myrtle Avenue

froM one of the dailes featuring form. He didn't. fences are more distant Discerning observers think, next to Sandy Ball Park.:

and Mike Garrett among SC's After his retirement. on the starboard
Willie Brown
Koufax, he is the team' most valuable Named
Thompson tended bar for side--to hit 400-homers CLIFFORD PAUL Newly

starting backs. while. Then he started!; and to reach the 2.000 performer. But this is not new. He has

.., drinking. That was .the.i mark in base hits. been LA's most unsung hero over the years. Coach Paul is very 'optimistic Elizabeth VHcmgs

of his de- about this <. Win Grid
beginning Concerning his super- Opener
Perhaps, the team's most unwanted player. years team.! He has 14
'c Ii n e. remarkable defensive
Come Onel Come All! stints. Mays' calls his Manager Alston has repeatedly called him returning lettermen Sporting a brand new
name, new depth Elizabeth -
Two Make still-talked-about catch the team's "most underrated player." among them are All-con City State Vikings
ference selectees Willis
You Are Invited
of Vic Vertz powered 'You know who holds the Dodger infield Simmonsat halfback; rolled to a 34-6 win
drive in the 1954 Giants'
to see the Rookie Team Cleveland world seriesan together?" asked Willie Mays last season Ivory Black at end and over the Livingstone
College Blue Bears of
Clarence Brown at
"$l .OOO catch"_ for when the Dodgers and San Francisco Giants Salisbury. North Caro-
1964 Cktvroltts tackle. The returning
this scintillating play
embroiled! in hot lina, in the C.I.A.A.
Two leading Negro major was believed to have were a pennant r race. vets are bolster by a
"Junior that's who. opener.
at league baseball
players. cast gloom over the -
Jesse Gonder. New York Indians' aspirations and By "Junior" he meant Gilliam, who was

Mets catcher, and out- to'have opened the door known by Junior until he became the elder

THOR CHEVROLET fielder Tommy Harper of for the Giants' winningthe
stateman of the Dodgers. Pitcher Johnny .-
of the Cincinnati Reds, game's richest--for

111 BEACH BLVD., Jax. Beach were naiad to the 1963 players and clubs alike-' Podres and Gilliam are the only members of

Topps Rookie AllStarteam pot in the event's his- the Dodgers' 1055 World Series winners

announced here last tory.
when the team was then in Brooklyn.
week. The winners' share that i

They will be honored year was $11.000 per Despite the testimony of one umpire thai -- Tem
along with other membersof player. the Dodgers lost the pennant last year because -

515 IAYIS STREET luncheon the rookie at the team Waldorf-at a WiUcefs' Tromp Gilliam passed up pitches to permit

Order New at Rtfeced Prices Astoria Hotel here on Dtvfeiis 58 -12 Maury Wills to steal bases. Jim's assets

PHOTO CARS Oct. 24 when they will The were greatly appreciated by the champion
receive engraved tro-
Indmhals-Fawly Gr ,s-CIHS phies and other awards.In Bethune-Cookman College base stealer and others on the Dodgers.

BLACK & WHITE C6L0R addition to Gonder Fighting Wildcats who Actually, Junior was quite attuned to sr{ { 1
Benedict College '
will face
and Harper, others namedto -Maury that this pair worked like a hand ina
SEPIATINE of Columbia.
the Topps team are:
Rusty staub,first base- South Carolina, at the glove. But to prove that the ump might

Quality PMeteyapMsCNYACNESNENMkSSlCILS man, Houston Colts; Pete Gator Bowl in Jackson- have been barking up the wrong tree, let? shark

Rose,, second baseman ville, on October 19, back to St. Louis last September.

Cincinnati; pete Ward, defeated the Lane Col- Wills was striving for the theft that

Dial EL 4-1IS4 .and Al Weis. third base- lege Dragons of Jackson would have broken Ty Cobb s record. He had

nan and shortstop respectively Tennessee, Saturday
stolen second base, but then he looked up
of the night by a score of 58-
WHEN DIY ARE ILL Chicago White, Sox; 'Vic 12 Gilliam had fouled off the pitch. This APALACHICOLA"Wfc That T..,.......-u'. rlrrtr
Davalillo outfielder. Eight Wildcat players proved that Jim's a team man and beliedany SHELL OYSTERS THURS. ,.." I 1VSMfL

You Seek The Best Doctor Cleveland Indians, and scored touchdowns and notion that he would invariably waiton ROm smH LOBSTERS ....;.............Lfc. Me
When Your Doctor PrescribesGet Jlasie Hall outfielder. two others made extra
Experienced Pharmcista Minnesota Twins. points for the winners. pitches to give Wills a chance to steal. SPOTS ..........................1-. 3Ic

,. According to Your Doctors: The, pitchers are Ray Edward Smith, of Lane Yet, Wills concedes that he would have TRU.VAL SHRIMP OR AM A SALE

OrdersWe Use Only The Best Cnlp. Philadelphia Phil started the scoring far fewer sacks had he not been LARGE SHRIMP u. 89cj
Dr. C. F. Black ear171D the:! first'periodwhen
Quality Drugs lies righthander, and MEDIUM SHRIMP ... 59ceiMMrf
he resourceful batter
from such
Proprietor ran one followed by a
Gary peters, a leftie, to 10 u. un
yard out after hard
of the White Sox. a like Gillian.

3 REGISTERED WARMACISTS TO SERVE YOU Every year duct its Re drive cue by back the Dragons.later in 1 don t know how many of the bases I've STANDARD OYSTERS Vi ft. 60c Pt.' $1.15

A COUPLETS LINE OF inception five years the first period and ran stolen have to be credited to the help SELECT OYSTERS . . .Pfd $1.30

Cosmetics Rubber Goods Candies EuadriesPRESCRIPTIONS Negroes have won placeson 85 yards on a pass in- Gilliam has given me when he's at bat," SPECIAL
the Topps All-Star
terception.Then said. He' 11 hinder the catcher or MEDIUM MULLET
CALLED FOR AND [ ,tWNlLilly's )- team Toppa sports officials Wills

visited each of the Wildcats of he' 11 wait on. the pitcher.. He's patient at S
B-CC closed the door to Li.RUT 5 1sOO
Drug Store the major league ball- Lane scoring. Stanley bat. Somebody else would have been swing- Lb.
parks to conduct the -
secret balloting. Edwards, 185 pound ing more and sooner." Fresh Claw $1351""lca IN

1117 Quarterback took credit Finger* . BASS ..MM. ... Mi
KINKS MM -' El 3-I2K for two B-CC touchdowns.

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> ICTIIER 5, 1963

Predicted To RepeatU. LIVING WITH SPORTS

Ii i Dempsey Urges Boxing Reforms CHICAm--(MOP)--One If our favorit baseball

players 1* Curt Flood. Perhaps. a good reason as
'w National regulation is limination of boxing should be examined thor- feel he should have had

:. part of a six-point reform judges and says that the oughly one week before the decision in his sec- any for our affinity for the St. Louie Cardinals

IC program urged by referee along should each fight and again on ond "long count" fight center fielder is that he broke into professional

1. Former Heavyweight judge a fight. "Most the day of the fight.Today's with Gene Tunney. baseball with the Hi-Toms in the Carolina League
4 Champion Jack Dempseyto politically day-of-fight The ex-champ discloses w
judges are
and in the baseball Curt lived ia 1Ehome
clean and that his the season.
up preserve manager
appointed and sometime checkups are 'more
Jr- boxing. He details his knows little or nothing ceremony than examination late Doc Kearns, was town-High Point N.C.

: proposals In an October "! to be tied" when
about boxing,"he says. k'Y Renewed interest in Flood was inspired 'C his
reader's Digest article, 'A good referee can Dempsey is also criticalof Dempsey deducted $150 b
batting in the late season as Ute St. Louis
: 'The Boxing Mess--And judge a fight better hoodlums in boxing 000 which the manager surge

What to Do About It.' than anyone else because the automatic re-match owed him from the Luis team makes a bid for its first National League

: "Congress should pass he is in there system and economic exploitation Firpo fight purse.
t pennant since I94f. You guessed it--a big reason
; a federal law regulating with the fighters and of fightersby Boxing should be saved, .

boxing and setting up a is the only one" who can managers. "Unless says Dempsey 'because for the revival of the Cardinals chances hs been

" boxing commissioner to get a clear view of there is reform" he it puts the highest premium Flood.

I rule over every aspectof "I will to on physical fitness kt.q
everything. says have
With the Redbirds striving to overtake the front-
the game. says the Lack of proper physical agree with those who courage and man-
former champion. He sees examination of fightersis demand' the abolition of liness." But he warns. running Los Angeles Dodgers Flood was enjoying a

uniform nationwide regulation 'one of the main the game." "If boxing continues to. torrid pace at the plate. In one stretch he collected -

as the only way with box- reveals In the be as mismanaged as it '
things Dempsey
I wrong
17 hits in 33 at bats, picking uf 12 points
to put into effect his ing today, Dempsey Digest article that he is today it will be ___

proposals contends. Fighters disagrees with those who abolished by popular de- in upping his batting average to '108. In ew

Pempsey calls for e- mand." game he had a 5-for-5 performance and single his

Top Field General,
63 ProvesUnlucky Ashe Beats first two tines at bat for seven consecutive hits,

three short of the National League record.

For 3r Osuna, Reed With a slow early season it took the lithe outfielder -
f jl I IM IS Itr
Grid Pros For Net TitleLOS some .tine: to climb above: the .30-0: figure.

I CLEVELAND With four But his early September splurge did the trick. One
lives having been snuff-
ed dI cj3' Arthur Ashe achieved his of the reasons for his late-season sucefes at the
out during the ?
first nine most remarkable feats in R, ;fi, i plate Curt believes is that he has abandoned his
months of
.j*">*<. ,j&X \
this year may prove to major tennis competitionlast -v s y y"t determination to hit home runs.The 150-poBBder( has
be one of the unluckiestfor week when he upset
dr decided to go the way the ball is pitched. He has
Rafael Osuna,the national -
Negro players in the 7
professional football champion, and then ; learned to stroke tie ball to right field con
; __
1eagues. .:... defeated sixth-ranked sistently.

The year was only 18- ; ,. Whitney Reed 2-6 9-7.
!> .
1 convinced myself I had to go to right field
6-2 to win the men'ssingles
days old when Tom Bloom, .>, k x ,..:......:' ,
Cleveland Browns' ..........,:. .: ';.. ytr championship in even with bobody on base' Flood said. 'I know I
> the Pacific Southwestnet
draftee and Purdue's ''.!.:'.:.?:'"' ,can't hit 60 home runs, so by waiting a little
| most valuable player in .. .. /, .. tournament.
1962 lost his life in ... ..,... r .,., After defeating Osuna. longer I give myself a better shot at seeing the
halfback Mikn 'trown. who led Coach
auto accident. :. .: of Mexico in the semi- ball and meeting it. I've moved closer to the

..'.. .. ..' .... final match Ashe ral- Dave Nelson's Blue Hens to a 5-0. middle Atlantic
t Several months later. .'.' it" 111 tch ere'

Ernie All-American Davis, Syracuse and the it;:::; ;ii: .:..:::.::::::J drubbing lied from he a first-set received Conference title last year, is rated a sure bet to Coach Red Schonedienst once one of tin NL s

gain Little All-America honors this season.: ; Brown
first Negro winner of CARL JONES, promisiiife star quarterback from from Reed to win the best hitters, considers Floyd an even better
second and third sets. who scales the 200-pound mark rims the 100 in 9.7
the coveted Heinsman Meaphis, Tenn. has been rated top choice to hitter than ever, rating him superior to the bet-
and the match before a ,
award succumbed to the 220 in 21.5, and the 440 in 48 seconds runs
lukemia.The handle the field general assignment; for UCLA cheering pavilon. ter who hit .322 a couple of years ago.

sports world was Bruins this year. Following in the footsteps of The first Negro ever over the defensemen a la Jim Brown of the Cleveland Flood is one of the many athletes that have Bade

named to the U.S. avis according to Couch Nelson. He was
later shocked when Gene last year's star Ezell Singleton hfl is the Browns it big to come from Oakland, Calif. Shortly after

(Big Paddy) Lipscomh Cup team Ashe is a for- named to the MAC all-star: team last ytar.
second Negro to iierfrom' in'this line of duty in his 18th birthday. Curl was signed to a Cincinnati
three-time national.
died under mysterious mer
circumstances in a the coil ete' s history. Negro champion. The vic- Pro FootballGreen Redlegs contract. Hob Itattick the scout who

Baltimore apart A ntt tory over Reed gave him sign? him called Flood 'the finest defensive
"OI11P. Tennis Club Even In Matches his first major victoryin Bay 31. ... . . .Baltimore 20 '
outfielder for a non-professional I've ever seen.
The fourth fatrlity of topnotch tennis. Chicago 37 . . . . . Detroit 21 ,
the season occured Although its sponsors is developing into a top The 20-year-old uni- Curt had been attracting scouts since he was 15
say. the team got off toa performer and Julius versity of California at Washington 21..i Dulla.s 17
during the waning exhibition .
but none could sign him until he bad completed
games' slate when late start the YMCA Guinyard veteran player Los Angeles junior appeared Cleveland 20. . . Los Angeles 6
Varsity tennis team, who is playercoach.In to be no matchf his high school. When he was only 15, Flood wal-
Stone Johnson, brilliant New York 37..Philadelphia 14
running back from Grumbling composed of some of a match played recently qr; the 31-year-old loped three homers over the left field fence at
Duval's best net ers, with Naval Air .Pittsburgh 23. .. . . St. Louis 10
after Peed In the first set.
was injured
Hushrod Park in Oakland & 400-foot drive One
blocking out an opponent has shown a great po- Station the Y team in which Reed broke Minnesota 45. . :San Fran ri"co 14
tential in several showed impressively surarer, playing American Legion baseball, he hada
and .died from a broken his service in the N.Y. Jets 10. . . . Oakland 7
neck later in Wichita practice sessions to despite the match being third and fifth games. .620 plate percentage in 27 games. His output
I a date. shortened by rain.J. Houston 31 . . . . Buffalo 20
(Ka.c;. ) hospital. Reed ranked sixth includ i 9 homers 5 triples rind 12 datib iM. His
t Comprising the squad Guinyard started the nationally but unseededin San Diego 24 . . . .Kansas City 10
are: Ernest Wilson match by B.L. coach George Poiels ncalled:
Retains Punch defeating the tournament, Denver 14. . . . ,. . Boston 10
t former Fla. A&M tennis Magnes of Cecil Field. caught Ashe off guard 'Flood can do everything. He can threw, run,

team captain and ex-city 6-0 6-1. Jimmy Walker with his College FootballEdward
tricky place-
FOPMFJ heavyweight cham- field and hit the long ball." He is smart aad has
doubles champion; Jimmy lost close matches to W. ments.In .
pion Jersey Joe Walcott Waters 24------------Claflin 0
Walker former AtM tennis Smith of Cecil Field the second set Peed great desire to get ahead.'
that he
proved still
t' a solid righthane retains -I squad member; Charles 7-5, 7-5 and Guinyardand broke his opponent'sservice Florida A&M 44--------Lincoln (Mo. ) 6 When Fred Hutchinson was managing the Cardinals,

Parsons former champion- Walker's doubles Rust 6
in the third Dillard 8---------- -- ---
punch when it was reported he rated Flood next to Willie Mays as topBeteh NL
ship city doubles team- match against Smith andT.
and headed
he floored game Industrial 6
heavy- Bishop 38--------------Miss.
mate with Wilson and McGriff was inter- for Ashe center fielder.
victory.But recovered -
weight wrestler The Morgan State 38-----------Hampton Inst. 0
Black Shadow during a Henry Daniels formerlywith rupted by rain. in the eighth Ke is,' Hutchinson said 'the best center fielder
t Bethune-Cookman. In an exhibition match broke service and North Carolina 13----------Allen U. 6
television interview game '
as in the league all-around next to Mays.
a referee recently inPhiladelphia. team. played at Cecil Field tied the set at 4-4. Maryland State 23----------Livingstone 0

\ .. Also Willie Smith who recently, Ernest Wilson They held their serves Since. then Flood' has had sway: fine s Btee aad
Wiley 10---------------------Alcorn A&M 7
defeated J. Hanson, 6-0, until whet
the 16th game, semis: to justify that appraisal.
You Don) t Have To Go To Town To Get 6-2 and J. Guinyard and Ashe broke through 'N.C. A&T 20---------------Tenn. A&I 18
With Mays still performing the wonders in the
Willie Smith lost to win the set. Jackson State 18----------Miss. Voc. 13

LOW PRICESOn the Navy in a doubles In the third set. Ashe outfield, it cannot be said that Flood has surpassed -
Ala. A&M 44---------------------Larte 14
match. ,6-4, 6-3.
displayed the booming him. But he certainly deserves some consolation -
The Y' s program director serve he used so well

Your Julius Jones says in upsetting Osuna. He -: ,Shop Talk I prize.Furthermore .

f matches with other teams broke Reed's service in he deserves a nod for what he in

DRUG STORE NEEDSTrade are being arranged. Only the second and eighth RADNOR Pa. The 1962 a great shortage of doing to spur the Cardinals in their drive toward

persons with Y member- games and ran out the World Series between the material for attending
With Your Neighluihood Drub Store the top of their league.Accused .
ships may use the tennis set in 23 minutes. New York Yankees and San journalists. TV Guide

p "E WILL MEAT ANY PRICES ADV. IN YOU LOCAL; PAP9S.); : courts. Francisco Giants tied a relates the experienceof

We Deliver-Tc also Fill All Doctor's Prescriptions Mrs. Gwendolyn W. Man- Ikcta Wins record a lot of people one desperate reporter -
gram and Mrs. F.L. Fills would have preferred to who asked Willie VADA PINflON. speedy CinLEI'S SHE REPAIR

are president and vice SAN DIme Calif. A see untouched. It took Mays How do you feel cinnati Reds center-
Dixie Pharmacy star halfback a productof Shoe lealr'llrecently '
.president, respectively 13 days to complete and about the Nation's fielding: slugger was

of the YMCA Tennis Club. North Carolina MT this matched the 1911 economy today?" Willie reported released -

1312 Keys loa at Myrtle AIMK Anyone wishing to arrange College at Greensboro, contest between the New looked at him in dis on $300 bond for Of ART Kiid

j games with the Y is getting rave noticesas York Giants and Phila- belief. "You oust be an Oct. 9 trial after
Phones Eltii 5-5597-98 1 Self My Ins
tea may call J. W. John- a rookie with the San delphia Athletics. With kidding" he answered. having been charged with

-----------. son Branch YMCA. 5700 Diego Chargers of the the rain "and travel-time 1 don t even know how assault and battery by

PAY YIHR LIGHT WATER AMI TEIEUINE Cleveland Rd.. 768-4943.: American Football League. which extended last much money I got sitting,. Cincinnati baseball. 845 Florida AVMHM

Richard (Dickie) West year's series, there was in writer Earl Lawson.
A t T Ccfefle moreland of Charlottee.N.C. .
a star performerwith
H..acillill Set the Aggies in 1961 : SAYE 4s

C N. and 1962. is making a
r name for himself as defensive -
four-day celebrationwill
1 linebacker with
mark the annual
the Chargers.
homecoming observance to
To gain the berth.
be held at A&T: College.
Westmoreland had to beat
t October 1720.The .
out three-other players.
final released
program y
1 00 D fvo$
4 this week by Jia-

mie i. Barber, dean ofmen .

"r; ,:- > and chairman of the WATCH THIS CLOWN

it--- Homecoming Committee. 34 28 45

LEARN A TRADE social lists a activities merry round for of 319 1 -6Z -10 iJ

returning alu∋special 2. 1 ; c'
IR I Six Skirl Hulks That reunion events for the o 4
Will It BENEFICIAL classes of 1923. 1933. 6 1 ,, t
1943 and 1953. ,-Jw A

For a LIFETIME Main event of the observance -. 55 91- 78

JACKSONVILLEBAUER is the foot- 1- 30 09
ball game between the
Sometimes he o up
A&T College Aggies and
COLLEGE INC. Sometimes he's down
=_ i the Maryland State Col- ,.
63O DAVIS ST. at Beaver lege gawks net for the He adds subtracts
He works it all around cow
Greensboro Merorial Beef its Best
1/1X Air ClHitillHFiiniA stadium beginning at COMING ATTRACTIONS

75 11-0 8
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ADD THAT EXTRA TWCH TO 0 O.. Police Reports 0 Lewis To Speck VAt Come Onel Come All!

YOUR CORRESPONDENCE<<: WITH MOTORIST ROBBED BEATEN; scene he said he found store Monday and stole Hodges reported. Testimonial
You Are InvitedTo
PERSONAL LABELS--Fine CAR STOLEN TAMPERED hi scar'abandoned with a the sweater, and a short Fersons at the scene
said the husband. knockedhis Y
quality gunned: labels Thomas Wilson 39, of broken drive shaft,police time later, another couple wife down and then See The

with your name and ad- 2692 W. Edgewood Avenue reported. entered the store and fled reports indicated.

told police he was driving Patrolman H.L. Lindsayand attempted to steal a . . 1964 CHEYMHfTS
dress printed. Has hun-
on Union St. Monday J.D. Austin investi suede jacket but were
dreds of uses. About when four youths openedhis .
gated. stymied in the attempt. BULLED EP OPePATOP nAT. at

3/4 inches In size. car door and beat him ........... IS HOSTITALIZFP
Police saw the four sus-
J. Herndon, Box 2543 into a state of uncon- THOR CHEVROLET
SHOPLIFTING SUSPECTS{ pects walking along the Charles James King. 35.
W.A.S. Dept. 3 Tallahassee sciousness. : of 2116 McCoy Blvd. is
200-block of Hogan St.
treated 111 BEACH BLVD., lax. Beach
Florida. being in Rrew-
He said that ben he regained -
Two young women saidbe to 1 I and arrested the two females -
ster Hospital for injuries -
consciousness, he members of a quartetof
STRAND following a short sustained when rr rrT3'AG 1=11-
was lying on the back shoplifters--the other the bulldozer he
was ton .
chase. The tw males escaped Lewis Jr nationally Motley EMt.rNris.s
StartinlI.COLOR".oVISTASCOPE Sunday seat of the car; one of two are males--are being'f driving onto the rarcn of renowned news oorren-!
and are placed on 8. flat bed truck over- tator and analyst, trill Edgewood SI.r litke'
the youths was going held by police after
NO ONE the police wanted for turned and pinned him be the nrinciral speaker

1 a through his pockets and being charged with larceny questioning list. downMonday, police re- at the Testimonial 2973 EDGEWOOD AYE.

WHILE the group were pushingthe of a sweater valuedat rorted. PI ncr in honor of Pep
THE Patrolmen H.C. Newbald King's associate workers willieffi r Cramer, .being NOT E : fREE Bdwlina Tickets
car along the 800 $30 from the store '
1 COFFINIS and I.S. McGivney in- used an overhead hoistto presented by Young /- Given
block of Van Buren St. police reported.A vestigated. free the victim, reports nericnns for Freedom on Away Every Purchase
He said he then managedto saleslady told police! continued. October 5th in Clearwater' -
TO SHOOT Patrolman, F.C. Howell PORK SALE
escape from the car. s Tnr Karri-
that a couple entered the 1 SELF investigated .
sen Potel beginning
Upon returning to the Pork HAMS .9C Ib
Police reported that, a Negro Colleges Aided|[ 7:00 p.n.
Lewis has been in radio Fresh BACK BONES HERSHEY 5 Ibs.49C .
ROOMS FOR RENT APARTMENT FOR RENT husband during a domestic
By '2,500,000 Fund since 1937 and is cur- SUGAR
Nicely furnished rooms Lovely furn. apt. for argument with his.wife rently heard Monday lb. 49C

AND for rent. Elderly cou- working couple.! No threatened to shoot himself NF" YOrK The rocke- througt Friday on over Fresh PORK SHOULDERS with $5.00 fees ender, ,
feller Foundation has 450 stations of the
pIes preferred. 1302 children. $12.50 wkly. Sunday, and did. The 39C lb.
I II acted to provide S::!. 500(. Mutual] Broadcasting BEACON
Cleveland St. EL 50295JOHNNIE'S : FL 3-9942 after 6 p.m. man was later' treated at ono to aid Negro col- system.: It has been Fresh PORK SIDES

_or" ... leges, it was announced established BLEACH 19C GAL
RWANFOR -- Bargains! Buy Wholesale !I Duval Medical Center.The that Lewis 29C 16.
today hy Charles G. serves more individual! 'wlh $5." lieu IrNr
J l HOTEL MONEY I FREE CATA- victim Harvey. Sidney
Mortimer chairman of sponsors and is reportedly -
.FREE TV IN EVERY ROOM LOG. Imports--Box 2543 Badger, 20, 1774 SpiresSt. General oods Corporation heard in. more! individual All Brands Tall 6 for TENDER JUICY lb.

74154 W. Ashley-Jax.Fla. W.A.S.Tallahassee, He askd his wife15a and national chair- localities than
MILK 89 Spars RIBS 29C
For. Reservations, Call Florida. Question and when .stie... man of the United Negro any other new commentator -
FJ 4025 Colleges Development on his own or any
REBUILT PRACTICE failed to answer shot Clr ign. other retwork.In Northern Queen Alaska GEORGIA RED # 313 CaR

NEW YORK MAIDS PIANOS himself in the right Mr. Mortimer said the addition to his SALMONS 49
can 10e
$100.00 up.Easy Terms. thigh with a calibre .22 Foundation has advisedhim broadcasts Lewis prepares each
To $65 wk.-Jobs Waiting .
revolver. .. it has made an out- P daily news column -
Tickets Sent-M&M Agcy. Jax Piano Sales. 309 W. Patrolmen J. Seldon andG. right grant of 1,000., WASHINGTON PEPOPT LITTLE RED 3 cans TENDER SLICE 3 IH.

210 Post Ave-festbury NY 8th St. 3558789. Bradley investigated. 000 to the United Negro published in over 100newsrafers. DOG FOOD 25t Beef LIVER $1.00
College Fund as a con- and a weekly
: .......
PIANOS TUNED tribution toward its newsletter. FXCLU.FIVr.;
Pevelorrent and
AND REPAIR I Campaign or
GUARANTEED N.Y. LIVE-IN WOMAN PFFUSFD TO is appropriating anadditional 3 ACRES OX-TAILS $1.00
Special: Price to Churches "%. 5 Ihs. 29t
MAID jobs. $35-$55 wk. PPOSECUTF HUSBAND Si.50fi.oon for
& brick home. 3 BR., HW.
and Music Teachers. Tax
SALE Fare Advanced. Mallory grants during the next COLLARD 2 large Bunches BEE ALE

Agency, 576 Merrick Rd., Piano Service-C09 W. 8th Although witnesses three years to selected floors. Attached garage. GREENS 45

1960 CADILLAC Lynbrook N.t. 355-8789 or SP-14290.. state she was beaten by UNCF member! colleges to 15 min. to town. Reducedto $ CHUCK ROAST 49C "
her husband last Satur- further develop and
$12. 500.Call Mr. Hamm ROUND STEAK 6 I'
3 Ibs.
Loaded Top Shape day.Mrs.' Cora Lee White strengthen these insti
INDEPENDENT OIL COMPANY 26. 445 Wade Pr. refused tutions.Allocations EV 8-3852 weekends. It.
I MECHANIC ON DUTY to prosecute after from the $1,500,00)) pp- COLMERY-WILKINSON INC. Ir
Call Mr. Asker At being treated at Puval J rrorriation "-il) h- *>n LARGE
::353- 3671 Realtors- ROE 10 Ibs. 19C I lb.
Ike Joseph ----------- -------Prolbrbtor
II Medical Center Patrolmen by the hoard or the
Premier Meats 354-0665 State and Jeffnrmn Streets Fl 6-9432 D.L. Allen and T.J. executive committee Insurors 637 Park: MULLETS 89C Ground BEEF 3 "s. $1.H


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girl's COATS -, Special, Ladies' COATS

A lovely selection of winter SPECIALLY
Buy now for winter at this Anniversary coats specially i oriced for this .
event. A wide choice of colors PRICED
price. Choose from a 1", and styles in new fall and winter .
$1 0 fabrics.VALUES FOR THIS
$ $15
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number of styles and coolrs. v .f \ t TO 29.95 and 39.95 SALE AND .

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: 4z' Cottons Knits, Wools 1 ,
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Boy's SLACKS Reg. : 2. $1. / Ladies' SKIRTS Values to 5.99 $2 "





Seamless and all first quality.A 1 1 Ladles BLOUSES

wonderful buy at this special price. 47C N



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fall I I HANDBAGS HttteM MBteytJ by

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Wonderful selection and 59 Stouter* .! .................,, ,, ., hIIJt8P
look at this price. In assorted colon 1 1
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