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Title: The Florida star
Uniform Title: Florida star (Titusville, Fla.)
Alternate Title: Star
Physical Description: Newspaper
Language: English
Publisher: S.W. Harmon
Place of Publication: Titusville Fla
Creation Date: October 19, 1963
Frequency: weekly
regular
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Subjects / Keywords: Newspapers -- Titusville (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Cocoa (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Brevard County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
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Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Brevard -- Titusville
Coordinates: 28.591111 x -80.82 ( Place of Publication )
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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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Preceded by: Indian River star (Titusville, Fla.)
Succeeded by: Indian River star (Cocoa, Fla.)

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Tallahassee Wants Grand Jury To Probe





Activities Of FS U and AMU Demonstrators


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VOL 13-NO.. 29 SATURDAY OCTOBER 19, 1963 15 CENTS

Miss B-CC And Attendants Stage Color




: KKK-BEATEN DENTIST demonstrations TALLAHASSEE Barrier -Protest against Protest





I GETS FINE OR JAIL Monday racial a students State reverse University segregation when from twist six Florida white picketed here took-



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uemiST uearcn I\lal511.ft
cy Grid Star Held For Murder saes c because the management
refuse to serve Negroes.A .

To Appeal Judge's Sentence IN Death Of Father-In-Law ( spokesman for the

sign carrying group who
ST. AUGUSTINE: -- Dr. R.B. Haylint', local NAACP JACKSONVILLE- I Q (1) 3-F7xr
object to segregation
::J
Former ,two-time All-American center with
Youth Council advisor who along with three com- ... : ....- a said 'We have no organization -

panions was beaten by Klansmen Sept. 18th during Florida A&M, Curtis Miranda, 25, has been 4 o as such..ad-

cross-burning rally herewas convicted by an all charged with murder in the death of his rcrr c.... 1'"O ;'i t 1 ding group of'we'students re Just who a

white Jury during a hearing held Wednesday before father-in-law George H. Wyatt 44'', it was D "

reported this v.eek. ........... ....... 5 i think alike.
Peace 'Justice Marvin Crier. He, plans to appeal his j A waitress at the pri-

conviction. u'''...........!............. Mrs. Elizabeth Wyatt. I rj I Ip.piF vately operated University -
wife of the victim told I Inn said she
Hayling was charged with'assault ..fiCURTIS LJ .C
/on two white men police that her husband ___ ? failed to note any difference -

at the Klu Klux Klan and Miranda's wife Ky in business as

meeting. Elizabeth got into an others ate in the fa

argument Friday night. r w J i ., + cility.One .
During testimony heard
Oct. 11 in front, of t #.
during the hearing. Hay- of the picketing
Wyatt s home at 1477 W.
said the
group group
ling, and Clyde Jenkins
stated they were stopped 29th St. and Miranda'swife would picket the facility -

ran from the house. from 11:30 a.m. until
in their car by ClarenceA.
1.J Mrs. Wyatt said her 10:30 daily until
Wilson. 29. and p.m.
.
husband came out of the Ip the cafeteria discon-
Lawrence Bessent 30. t r
house and fired two tinues its color bar
both men attired in klan
robes in the' vicinity of shots at his fleeing riers.
I'fm daughter who to
ran a The Student Government Association
the rally. Two, other men.
Harmon Davis and Dewitt neighbor's house. Her of Florida Atf
husband then* left theScene
$priDgf ied,.,.wgpp I d to.. University forwarded a
have taken part in the "f6ri: about one resolution to members of

beating of Hayling and s hour she continued. HERE SATURDAY --- 'Hiss BethuneCookman'Miss Beverly Taylor of Jacksonville the faculty and staff of
The witness further MIRANDA Florida A&M
his companions. --and her attendants will add to the pageantry and color prevailing protesting recent -
Hayling was sentencedto DIIt..B. HAYLINGand stated that Miranda came p.m. action of the City
home about 25-minutes Miranda was arrested at here leading up to and during the third annual Classic gridfest Commission of Tallahassee
$100 fine
pay a or his group lying injured -
serve 60 days in Jail. : on the ground as after the shooting and 7:05 p.m. between Bethune-Cookman's Wildcats and the Benedict Tigers Saturday night seeking Grand Jury action
said he was going to The defendant is nationally -
by Leon Circuit Court to
He also faces another t'iH result of the beat-
in the Gator Bowl 'Hiss Bethune's" attendants are: Miss Mary Ann Fook.
move.She said he started known in sports
charge of displaying a investigate student demonstrations -
The victim's
ings. car moving his possessionsfrom circles and was named Miss Junior, Chicago Ill; Miss Evelyn Chatman, Miss Sophomore, Leesburg, by studentsof
.
deadly weapon. was damaged.The
St. Johns County'ssheriff four klansmen were the house into a the Associated Press' Pla. ; and Miss Patricia Sadler, Miss Freshman from Natchez, Miss. Florida State aDd Florida

arrested and scheduled car. and during that Little All-American center A&M Universities.
and deputies reported are (Bethune-Cookman Photo)
time Wyatt returned in 1960 and 1961 -
they were calledto to face charges of '
the scene of the klan assault early next month, home. while starring with the Salesman's< KillerIs aes Negro
here. Wyatt's wife said her Florida A&M Rattlers.He Mothers Of Miami Foundling
rally and found Hayling
husband told Miranda to later played pro- Found GuiltyMIAMI Vote

fessional football with Arrested And Charged Strength
his
move possessions
Hi --- Eli Williams
( Miami Policeman Gets 7 Years from the house and not the New York Giants and MIAMI -- Police arrested Miss Alice Eanchioos, 23*

4:6, of 5701 NW.2lst St. ,
to return she con with a Canadian pro : 11975 SW 216th St. and charged her with aggregated Shows Increase

.for .Gas'"_SMionJJokeLHoH,.-.,i o. tinued. team. former Kansas City Monarchs "
v assault, the result of the finding of now famous
Miranda continued load- The number of registered
iceman Samuel Gerald 11 NAACP Says baseball star, was convicted Ken Jackson by a milkman three weeks ago behind

walked into a service Ing the car while Wyatt of second degree South Dade High School.'S...........SS.e... voters in Dade County has
stood by the door
screen
I station on NW 54th Macdill i Base reached its higieet peek
Street in plain clothesand She said Miranda suddenly murder here following a Police said Miss Eanchi- Defendant

asked the attendantfor lunged at Wyatt the Discriminated h earing over the fatal ous told them, "I want in the history of Florida
Swallows Pills rise is due
a pack of cigarettesat Impact carrying both -but the
men to the ground withyatt's hooting of television to sign a confession, I
4 a.m. the attendant head strikingthe Servicemens: During Hearing largely to aa 16 percent
asked. "What is this a ialesman M.M'. Roberts on want him backe"Reports '
concrete walk. JACKSONVILLE increase in Negro regis
holdup?" after seeing The victim's wife said TAMPA -Robert Saunders, j uly 11.According. state that Police A preliminary hearing

the gun handle sticking, she ran from the house field secretary of the to police, Wil- apprehended the unknown Tuesday in County Judge tration.
out of Gerald's trouser Statistics compiled this
where the two men were Florida NAACP, said this Lamar Winegeart's Juvenile -
Gerald said he baby's mother after she
pocket. wrestling on the ground court came to an week show 36,807 regis
went with the week he was attempting to
along
and Miranda arose and shot at Miss Frances abrupt halt when the compared
tered Negroes,
'Joke" and collected started kicking her husband arrange a meeting: with the Howard 21, a neighbor defendant who allegedly

$29 and walked to the SAMUEL GFRALD She said she begged coonanding! officer of Mac- after she (Miss Howard) swallowed some pills, to 32,826 on the rolls

edge of the parking' lot. seven years in the state Miranda to desist and + threatened to tell au- became violently ill and last Feb. 11.. ReD the
That was the story told dill Air Force: Base to
I'rison.Ilvestilatiol. Wyatt was then taken to was taken to Duval Medi- closed- r:tfce
baby's books were
about the
Gerald in criminal throttles
by Duval Medical Center discuss racial segregationIn ... cal Center for treat-
court to a jury of six birth. special legislative elec
where he was pronounceddead Tampa. S. +t ment.
.
men. on arrival at 6:25 -. Miss Sanchious turned Herbert Andrews, 33, tion.
The trouble started by Promised InKlin Saunders said public
.. whose last address"was
coincidence when Police ELI WIu.IAMSIiams the weapon over to the Most of the 6,071 additional -
--- ... Officer Kills facilities within a few listed as 1025 W. 7th
Officer Willie Nichol admitted he shot arrivedat Negro regis .
Mitiitfs miles of Macdill'are seg- police when they St. was being given

t son making his routine TAMPA -"The Vice Pres- Youth Ese.,.. gregated and that Negro Robertson at the Giant the scene.A the preliminary hearing trations ease la a social -
check in that area,

arrived on the scene. ident's office has assured TAMPA A 16-year old servicemen at>* the base Credit Stores located at Medical Exaninei re dating on multiple back to charges December drive ctarfiag_ j&e .

Finery Tollman, the sta- the Florida NAACP that youth handcuffed to "are very concerned." 2178 NW 62nd St. after the port showed that Miss San- 14th. past month. It ws. "S requested -

tion attendant said will another was shot and reportedly refused On Sept. 16th, Andrewswas by Metro' mew
there be an investigation Rev. A. Leon salesman chioas recently gave birthto
This man just held me killed by a city detec- Lowry, pres charged with resisting -
of the beating of to accept a nine dollar chUd.lleanwhUe. Community Relatiaas
up Nicholson made the tive Monday) following an ident of the NAACP TampaBranch a arrest and

arrest. four NAACP members in St. escape attempt earlier said the purpose of balance on Williams' te<> interferring with an of- Board.
Gerald signed a state from a deputy sheriff'scar. the baby has
Augustine by the Ku Klux vee set.williams' ficer. His hearing on Observers believe slat
the is to prevailon
meeting
ment which Prosecutor .
declared ward of
been a continuedto
Mike Dec. 18 was
attorney the Negro regiatratieawill
John Ferguson referredto Klan a spokesman for Reports stated that the base coraander to 1963.
Jan. 4.
and warrant
the court a
during the trial as the Association said. James Harris died froa.. declare "off Halts" Zarowny contended that the On Sept. 16th, Andrewwas play aa important

a confession But Gerald The Assistant to the Vice stomach wound. The bullet those establishments which defendant fired his gun in charging Miss San bious charged with contributing role In the eemJaf eI ee-
stated that he was misled was reportedly fired with desertion has been
self defense after begin to the delinquency tions If the grvf>> oses
into caking the com President of the United by George Rodriguez who refuse to aerie; .egro military of a minor
signed by Juvenile Jndge Its collective \* te wfseU. -
ments and that there States, Arthur C. Perry saw the two youth walk- personnel. pushed around in efforts to by aiding and persuading -

were misunderstandings in a letter to NAACP> Field Ing down an Ybor City get his TV set," and he W.R. Oil breath. a child to break and .
in, his answers and to alley. 1 The woman was later released at Voters will toelda 16
Secretary R.W. Saunders thought Robertson was enter a building 2115W.
what they really meant. The two while being Watch This Clown on bond.surance .. 39th: St."and to take questions raflag fro..u1timll1 .
The statement contended stated that the report had driven to juvenile court reaching for a weapon.A property valued at

that Gerald pushed the been submitted to the by a sheriff's deputy longshoreman Williams; ................. $136.50. tea-fellar bond

in .ZOI man's ribs had issues to wfcetaer the
gun jumped from the car
Justice Department with a daring the trial testifiedthat policy which Rob- On Oct. 4.. Andrews
took the money and made and ran around a corner waived preliminary hear- county's BUM should be
him walk up the streetat request for an investl in front of Rodriguez he became afraid after ertson did not sign. The
ing and was bound over changed to Miami County.
_point. cation. reports stated. having signed two statements company paid his widow to Criminal Court.

The jury gave, the verdict Rodriguez was said to .............
PATRONIZE ruse Into admitting the crime. $10,000 because he had A warrant was issued against -
after deliberatingtwo have been in a state of II em? I Andrew
hours and 15 minutes. Florida StarAdvertisers near collapse following The salesman was filling agreed to purchase the 15 and covering onSept.other crime agalaat ...... involving

He was sentenced to the Incident. SEE PAGE 11 out a $5,000 double in- policy. dates charging him for a minor child.I .


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NEWS r SN'M1. : \ BY ERIC 0. SIMPSW 1

_Published by The Florida Star Publishing Co

...rjs ',_ eater of Associated Negro Press" \ UL Director Urges Prompt Action


.. .EMC I. SttPSW.ALYSM ................ fc WNws ur it r r By Public Officials OR Rights
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-- Whitney M. Young Jr. executive director
E. WISE................... Eft* .r', : ,
of the National Urban League, called on all
IHIA .HTE..CiCilatiH 111II-
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'.' ." t 11 % t 'decent Americans-and certainly those who

', :. MAIN IFFICE & PLANT: 'Aiti. k tN are public officials' -to take positive and j
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?2323 MMcritf' Ru......'.... Elfii 4-6712 A I affirmative action in support of the civil
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pS + fi to rights struggle now being waged in the Uni-
lailill Address:
ted States.

t'. I. Bu 561, JicMuville 1, Fterila Addressing the Conference of the Inter-


MIAMI IFFICE 1:! .. national City Manager Association, in

131 NW 3rd Aie. Pkooe 3111125 yrC' session in Denver Young told the delegatesthat

.. they represented a strategically influential -

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One Tear $6.00 Half Tear $4.00 4 playa most. 'constructive and meaningful.i

b Mailed to Ton Anywhere in the United States I ,. role in the resolution of the increasing \

Subscription payable in Advance problems which
members of minority groups
Send Check or Money Order to:
V t face in our country.' The activities duringthe

FLORIDA STAR P. 0. BOX 561 year in civil rights, should have con -

Jacksonville 1, Florida L vinced all of us that this is

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not an issue which can be ignored -
AilliiAmerica's SleVI.SOI ExIIIIS
or lightly dismissed.'It .

Rtciii Pr. I..s is a determined, grass-

roots ferment, which is neither
NO FORCE CAN PREVENT THEM FROM BREAKING THE CHAINS
UNITED NATIONS(ANP)-Like a backsliderat manufactured by organizations SIMPSON

the altar pleading for forgiveness, the or leaders nor can it be '
B 9* & fW9r9vww& F&mrw 9m stopped by them
United States officially and publically he declared.In .

confessed to sins of neglect and racial .

prejudice against black Americans before Your Weekly urging action Young warned these of-

ficials thatWe either help citizens become
delegates from 110 nations of .the world -

last week. constructive, productive consumers,

UN Ambassador Adlai E. Stevenson spent an or we bear the responsibility of their becoming -
hour and a half explaining to 111 membersof Horoscope Guide
destructive, chronic dependents. '
the General Assembly's social committee
We are concerned about a group of citi-
i America s attests to solve 'the great and

foul stain upon the North American Union.' zens, who 100 years after the Emancipation

Ambassador Stevenson declared that 'the ly PABLO The ASTROLOGERWHICH Proclamation, and 300 years after coming to

United States Government-indeed our whole. this country, still find themselves with an

society--is at this moment preoccupiedwith ARE YOUR LUCKY DAYS FOR average family income approximately one-

the urgent and difficult but com-
half that of the average white family whose
'
pelling task of rooting out racial discrimination BUSINESS LOVE TRAVEL
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unemployment rate is more than two and one-
from our national life.'
half times,,as great as that for other citi-
The sad thing was that so few Negroes
ARIES or other creative works. CAPRICORNBorn zens; whose out-of-school unemployed
were then to hear America's frank admission 8-50-44-14-45-854 youth,

of past derelictions. There were Born March 21st. thru 1-80-44-17-32-184 LIBRA Jan.Dec. 22nd 19th thru between the ages of 16 and 21, represents

no Negroes in the public gallery and only April 19th CANCER Born Sept. 23rd thru 50 percent of the nation's total of 1,000
Born June 22nd thru You may have to protect
; the Associated Negro Press was there to The costs that never Oct. 23rd 000, Young said.
July 22ndIf yourself from self- .. '
cease to rise compel -
represent the Negro press. to may you have managed to You find styled friends as well In housing, he continued, one of six Negro
you review your social may it more
Accompanying the leader of the U.S. dele- sold on to your cash and PS from strangers. It
habits and the manage- satisfying as well as homes is sub-standard and dilapidated, as
gation were three Negro members of his self-control up to now. seems that some attempt
ment of business.You profitable to do
your a
staff:-John Means, a labor advisor; Dr. may have to reduce tighten your grip all little more traveling may be made to separate compared with one out of 32 hoses for white
the more to try and'geff you from cashor other citizens. Their children receive
Mercer CockUS Ambassador to and 3% years
Niger) overheads or increase not too far from home.
through this last lap valuable possessions.
Prank Montero. top-level UN advisor. Most productivity through Your intelligence is less education than do white youngsters
safely. It Is as vitalas may expect shows of sel-
of the African delegates attended theme automation or other ever to keep your- also being quickened b) fishness from members of which often is received in inferior, seg -
modern procedures. You stimulating vibrations.
ting. self out of trouble and the family but it will
gregated, slum-type schools-North, as wellas
will get along better This should be your opportunity -
speculation and to see be wiser for you to meet
with friends who are to gain additional South-and parents die
seven years
0 LETTER TO THE EDITOR that your loved ones do them with tact rather
conservative than with knowledge or to
likewise. From then on. than with criticism. sooner.
Tear Sirs: individuals who enter- offer to the world what
you will have a better This would prevent them He proposed a four-point prograsi to resolve -
I am a student at Florida State University. I hare tain lavishly and expect chance to analyze your yo u have already from blaming you for these
you to do likewise. The learned. There is some problems:
recently Bored to Tallahassee and hare become deeply idea of taking a trip, future prospects and to loss or sorrow revealedto difficulties of their 1. Establish honest, frank communication
adopt the plans and own making. Although it
concerned with the segregation problem such as reflected study course or giving depress you. But It
ideals that will enable will be slow to materia- among citizens.
substance to long- also do
your may you some
at the theaters. I did not realize the them to take on a rosier lize enough for you to
range projects is now good when this impelsyou 2. Adoption of a massive "crash" program -
hue. Those of you who benefit greatly Just
problem fully in the aidwestern city froa which I goading you into taking are hard-working will to use your talents yet. there is an upswing for a period of about 10 years, to M

case, since most public establishments had been more active steps in ind personal attributesto
no doubt learn that your in your financial close the great socio-economic and edu-
these directions. better advantage.
willingly integrated. achievements are coming affairs. cational gap which exists between Negro and
450221862731T under official notice. 230771463237SCORPIO
I have seen the demonstrators at the Florida 3-60-99-15-94-369 white citizens..an effort like the 'do-
RU S 760991478769LEO AQUARIUSBorn
i Theater and have if anything identified with the Born Oct. 24th thru
Born April 20th t1m1'May Jan. 20th thru. mestic Marshall Plan' as proposed by the

management rather than the Negro, in whose cause I 20thIt Born July 23rd thru Nov. 22nd 'Feb. 18thDo National Urban League.
If there were no
believe. The reason for thin, I believe is the is one thing to be Aug. 22ndIt troubles in the world not permit the dark 3. A call for greater responsibility on
clouds of gloom to envelop -
nature of the signs that were being carried. They partners but another to may simply be a man would have to Invent the part of Negro citizens themselves.
to the
i select that you point
goals are
cent Mined such words; as 'justicV'free dos': Motf equally appealing. This habit that is hard to them in order to survive that you lose your sense 4. Institutions and sources of finance
It takes stride and
break when revert to
you
'country etc. These are all extremely loaded is the problem that may hardships to provide the of humor completely or make a special effort to contribute to
old
ideas that have already the self-assurance that
have to be faced and
words and challenges that inspire those responsible institutions administeredby
carry many connotations. These words are wrought enough
solve, for it is not keeps you going upward
not-really attacking the prejudice of the management desirable to allow it harm to your essential individuals to fight and onward. Be patientand Negro citizens, so that they can provide
home and public ties back and to cultivatethe
but, on the other hand, are actually re- to cause an estrangementor There is a possibility necessary strengthand long-suffering when responsible and intelligent leadership to
conditions
present offer
enforcing that prejudice. Perhaps it is time to separation. You are that you will restrain ingenuity to create you no alternatives. this Important period in history. ,
still keenly interestedand
stop appealing to the emotions of the vanagementan no doubt will be fora yourself in time when the superior forms of Also submit to authority ******* i i
you realize that financial life that they are.
when it is
strike where it really hurts. I would long time to come in Imposed by
suggest
loss Therefore try to see
may be part of
the pursuit of romance those who possess all OUR PAST THIS WEEK
a sign which might read 'Racial prejudice reflectsa culture and pleasure. the price you have to the good side of 'the the power and advantages

lack of intelligence' This has essentially been Those of yon who are in pay for obduracy or setback or disappointment Since this is only a October 21, 1872--John Henry Cooyers was
false pride.Your pocketbook that some of you
proven to be true. This statement also carries no any of the arts or will benefit other- Scorpios may have to temporary situation, you the first Negro to be admitted to the U.S.
sciences should welcome can look forward to the
loaded words but its impact cannot be disputed. wise through manipula- accept. If there is a day when the existing Naval Academy.
this age as one in which
No. one vnnts to be called stupid, especially if it opportunities to gain tion In real estate or break in your relationships restrictions that have October 22, 1852--The Rev. T.J. Hornsby,
it be because
buying and selling ope- may
is true..The white man considers the Negro as uneducated fame and recognition are rations of an usual na you have to start look- you will firmly be removed.in their grip founder-president of Pilgrim Life Insurance .

and thus derives his feeling of superi plentiful. ture. This is where you ing elsewhere to ful- Company, was born in Augusta, Ga.

t. ority. But what happens when the Negro strongly ;!44195254 should use foresight and fill the destiny that is 8-40-55-17-87-845 October 23, 1886--Wiley Jones Negro operated i
try to determine the future exclusively yours.
enough suggests that it may well be the white GEMINIBorn PISCESBorn the first car line In Pine
trends as accurately 5-40-22-19-52-542 Feb. 19th thru Bluff
person who is uneducated? The white an, desiring May 21st thru as your intuition will SAGITTARIUS March 20th Ark.
June 21st
'to maintain his position superiority, will be permit. Born Nov. 23rd thru October 23, 1958--The Rev. W.H. Jeraiga,
Dec. 21st Black may be black but
The world is full
of
'compel! leil to educate himself to keep up. Whatever 6-10-44-16-56-614 have it does not necessarily pastor of lit. Carmel Baptist Chure ....- 4 ;j
who Whenever
people believe that you an
the instigation for his education, the result, is1.nlit&ble..th" there is nothing left Born Aug.VIRGO 23rd thru unexplained aversion to follow that it has to ington. D.C. and then president of the
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breakdown,._ prejudice.. He willsee for anyone to look for- Sept. 22nd take a certain action remain so for the rest National Baptist Sunday School sad BTU
ward to. If allow to travel in a of eternity. If the days
yon or particular I
that his position of superiority is no longer Congress died.
,
yourself be influenced Chance has as much to : conveyance pay ahead seem to you pretty !

jaecessary,. and Xn:fact is replaced: by something by them yon may just as do with the creation of attention to it. There dismal and unpromising, October 23, 1935--Joe Louis defeated Max

mech! greater--the equality. of. all men. I say this well stop trying and romance as it has to do are many who charge it would not do for yon Baer in New York.
join them in doing with the pursuit of such things to rank to shut yourself away
sot from a Olnt--of-Y1e. of abstract reasoning nothing constructive quick profits. The circumstances snpersition but there from the rest of the October 26, 1810--Ton Molineaax, a slave,

moral necessity or even religious, conviction, bat whatsoever. Fortunately are not particularly have been too many instances world in the mistaken fought Tom Cribb of England for the heavy-

rather 1 say it as a wait person who has seestfcift the human race has : favorable for recorded to take notion that it all is weight boxing title.
weathered all past much help in these directions them flippantly. The hopeless. It takes the
very thing operative in mar owe life. during this fury of the storm to October 27, 1951--National Negro Labor
crises in one way or conditions are not considered
I believe, and I think that the Negro believes another. It is likely last quarter. The Vir- propitious for make us appreciate Council founded in Cincinnati Ohio.

that civil rights legislation has one aa far aaer that it will continueto goans who recognize this travel in general. Even better the fair days October 28, 1798--Lev! Coffin, Ciaclaaatl
of their own accord will in that, after all, out
do so for a long time if nothing particular
to let it.
people are going Quaker and president of tbe
to come. You have the waste neither time nor transpires during a number their opposite TJndftr-

(Miter note: Letter to the. Miter rat bear intelligence and abilityto money in a vain effortto trip you are apt to kind by a comfortable ground Railroad, was born. He died la

signature of writer, tat will te wltfcfeftwB VBCB contribute worth- turn the tables in find It a waste .of. 'time majority. 1877.I .

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'SATMRIAY OCTOBER 19,963 PAPERS ,, --- --- 3
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: Awaiting Annual Coronation Ceremony ". P' -
til Douglas Anderson Presents ,
-,. I. y .. SociaIIy: Speaking
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Royalty Night, October 24
"
r Delma Swam, attractive Northwestern Hlgt Stool
All friends, patron, alumni and boosters of .
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senior will reign as T'9 een of ,the"fc l than e-_Bene-
Douglas Anderson Elementary Junior and Senior High !
dict" Classic to be.held-SattXrday evefilfig at the
School are invited to the annual "Royalty Night" / fr
B___________ Gator Bowl.The personal itx.-Jaden m 4 I _will be
: which will be held in the South side School's gyn- > .o .
crowned Friday night at the. annual /.:Coronation,
natorium on Thursday October 24th at 8:00'p.lIJ. .e ..l ,...,. ... ..,..
Ittpp : +liy Ball" scheduled to"tie'Aeld
In" 'CIvic Auditorium.
The colorful pageant. ........................ ------ -'- -
culminates the crowningof coming Week. The arms IBepSs ;' .. She will be. featured I :'S4fur tA

all the DA queens for festivities of home- parade and present t to $1\ta.tqr li

the 1963-64 school term. coming will end with one
during the, half-time show at the ;
of the toughest football ...
The latest addition to < rii :
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the line of queens is games of the year which football game.

lovely windred Ragland will put the now unde- '- ,Tbercrowi. carries wi? hjt 8.sdjolar;

'of 12-2 homeroom Miss feated Fiery Dragon
ship to Bethune-C<;okman, ..; Coil ege. Miss Swam
B.J. Robinson adviser; eleven against the .
who will reign as "Miss always well trained Miss Swam is the daughter: pf Vr.tand! Mrs ,.Delna
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Loyalty" this term 'Panthers of Hastings' 'of 2363 West Edgewood_Avenue., She_was shored_in
atten- The last queen to be
First runner-up the contest by Mrs -Benjamin' Powell (Leola) .
dant to Miss Loyalty crowned will be "Miss ; .
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will be dainty Alfredia Homecoming" exotic . .. .. ... . :
Thompson of 12-1 homeroom Jeanette McClain. Miss J .1 'Ja "? .'. : Jf.
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C. Lenwood Lee. Homecoming attendants
Gamma Rho Omega Chapter of Alpha Kappa Alpha
4 adviser; second runner- will be: Fdna Williams ... :

up attendant will be representing the 8th ..:; Sorority will hold an Important business session

vivacious Betty Youmasof grade end Fabian Turnerof Tuesday evening at the A.L., Lewis Branch ,'CA.
10-1 homeroom Mrs. the 7th grade.
The agenda will include committee reports in connection -
M.W'Hart, adviser Faculty chairmen of the ., -- .- -- ...-' -

.DAs "Miss Allegiance Coronation Committeeare .wi.t.4r changing the .fiscal yecr to Jaauary 1-

this year will be petite : Mrs. I.L. Shellman, DecemtleN.. aL. '' ". ,' # *7 "> ?;

Nietha Vauss of 7-4 general; Miss L.J. Glymp .... ....... 7 ... .
-.z. dr itrtiT'rTiaTTir ft itnrmfs.... ....... 0"--" --- .,, "- .
Homeroom.. J. Pitz. ad- program; James Fowler, DOUGLAS ANDERSON'S "Kiss Loyalty" rtor the 1963-64 tendants. Miss Loyalty's attendants from left are: '.;. ."' ..... .- ...".......:...:*,*.......'; : ., ? .,- *:(A
viser. Her attendants emergency; Mrs. A.H.

will be. first. Mary Seabrook. finance. Miss school term, Winifred Ragland (fourth from left) Lillian Davis, Mary Jane Wilkes, Betty YOU ftDS, '."',-

Kennedy of 9-3 homeroom, B.J. Robinson. Attire; will be crowned Thursday, Oct. 4th during the annual second runner-up; Miss loyalty, Alfreda Thompson, Walter McRae, Evelyn Calvin" Christella 1 Ibitsell; .. .. ,

-1 B.H. Gat there adviser; Mrs. L.-A. Phelts. Deco- Royalty Night pageantry starting at 8 o'clockin first Doris. Bennett, Irma Murray' and 'Lois'Walker. .were.1
and a two-way tie for ration; and C. Lenwood runner-up; Shirley FI on'and Patricia Brovn. visiting players hen Gems Bridge Club met recentlyat

I second honors going to Lee. Publicity. ChesterR. the school's gymnatorium. Also appearing on the Alumni membersfriends and the public are cordially
the Lincoln Country Club. Marie McClain was
Cynthia Bryant of Q-2 Cowart is DA's picturesque program 'will be Miss DA her attendantsand .
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homeroom. Mrs. M.L principal. other principals with their respective at- hostess.

Crumley, adviser: and Walter McRae won the door prlzeand'LoiK Walker
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Yvonne McNair of 9-1 .
Ingram Children won first guest award.
homeroom. Fhue Timmons. Preliminary Program 'For Annual Event

adviser. Receive Surprise Top club awards went to Myrtis ThomAs, Alveaia
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On the program will be '-- \1dj.: : ': f'y-"" \' "'--jt: ?. 1"( ,y ")' ''. '. ,::J1u Scriven, and Lois Avery. t,
lovely Billie Robinson .: i t. :f' :;<. : ,:"::' ..t t1"ic' Birthday Party
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: !/ ';'Y':/ \ )'''' ':' Marian talker, Zelma Johnson, Catherine Jackson,
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crowned "Miss Douglas ,f! ''}'rw ; 'i"" -';..."..".... Sund ay.Oct.. 13th provedto
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Anderson of 196364. :"" ,) .-.Y be a lucky day for Kathryn Robinson, Sylvester BossardLilllaa Davis,

Miss DA' s Junior atten- Zsazsa and James Deryll and Geneva tbeeler were among members participatingin

dant will be energetic Ingram whose parents
the meeting.
Judy McClain. and the Mr. and Mrs. James J.

Sophomore attendant will Ingram presented them *.*..*.................*... ,
he talented Alveria Jenkins with a surprise birthday .

party at their 2758 ,. ;

< All queens will be Eventide Drive residence .Marva Davis, Shellie Williams, Adel Pollard and

crowned during "HomeBIRTHS .
i
.w -Rudyne Watson were high adorers when KaperettesBridge
A tasty luncheon con- : '
; Club entertained last week-_d. The
was
as sisting of sandwiches
s *. -. .. .
soft drinks cake and setting was the WestThirtieth Street home of Benjamin -
Mr. and Mrs. Robert all of the trimmingswas

Lester: 5627 Poiter Dr ; aa."s served and the and Leola Powell. '"t i

Girl. honorees were tendered Guest players Fleet" Alexander and Myrtle Turner

Mr. and Jack- .
Mrs. Joe
manyhappyreturnsofthe ,
Cwere the recipients tof gifts from the hostess.
ion; ,5216 Avenue, B. : day by their guests, .
s, Members present in 'addition' to prize winners'in-
Girl. .. Those present were: (,, ., '" ..
"''", Mr. and Mrs. zolleySapp Arick and Delwynn Griffin cluded Evelyn. Galvin,, Vivian Moore. Mattie. ,'.Montgomery 1 -

: 637 Court ft Boy. _. Queen and Junior '
r'v Marian. Flowers. Vivian! Gibson, and Lor-
Mr.! and Mrs Samuel McLaughlin DeVor. Laura and Linda : > '. > .'

2552 Spirea raine Littles. .. x ..
; Holmes. Yvette Rollins '. . . . .. . .. -1
Street. Girl. Arvin Lee, Wanda Forbes This is,it, readers! )See you at the 61&91tICT( !
Mr. and Mrs. Ben Jordan ..
Ann Brimmer and Adonas 3. "l' .t .
1931 W. 23rd St. : Girl. x Wh it e. CLASSIC!

Mr. and Mrs. Charles F

Cooper; 1042 Faverson st
nlr]. fRRlllmQ\ DS

':. Mr. and Mrs Joel New- 3 Qte at locatlOBS FREE 10-DAY

some: 1540 n, 3rd st ; r E t "Oa ROE
i- "SIN,,
Boy. .'1I f S\" 1 t 8\\1\
'Mr: and Mrs. William FOR CHARITY---The Grandeur Charity Club which is weighing the least and the most, and a spaghetti S1 REED Personal TRIAL!
Ail
,,West; 1573 w 35th St ; of PI
comprised agents of the Pilgrim Health and Life dinner with free soft drinks rs' served. The scene
Boy
Mr. and Mrs James Insurance Co. sponsored a weight party Saturday at above shows n embers in the process of their annual

: Murphy; '" 5519 Pontier 2607 Larkspur Avenue. The admission was one penny Thanksgiving baskets for the needy, which is one 17 Jewel ELGIN

Drive; Boy. per pound. Special prices were awarded persons of the club's year-long charity projects. '
,.Mr., and Mrs. Alex "''ctrae CALENDAR WATCH

; 1340 w. 5th St ; All Day _-
Rummage Sings ,'
Calvacade\ *
Club Observes
Boy.: Safe Central CME'sYouth '\ with i

Mr* and Mrs. Amos Planned S u n day I In famous
Ealey: 5243 Kylan Dr N.; The W. s. C. S. of Peeler Schedule Anniversary Oct. 21 ,, WATCHBANOCempftf

Memorial Methodist Brooklyn Baptistand You Don't Have To
Boy. Associate organizations g.
,
,Mr' and Mrs Frederick all-day Church will hold an Sunday Program the genciral public Brooklyn Missionaryare Baby This Watch !

Richardson: 2031 w. 9th rummage sale invited to the 17th Baptist Church 2207 W. f > Tar Or .
Saturday, Oct. 19 at the A musicale under sponsorship -
street; Boy Jacksonville Produce of the Christian anniversary program of 45th St.Rev. H. Miller .-a. CJIt.ENDARJ'

M r. and Mrs. Henry the Pilgrim i3iarity and pastor, will host the
Market. 1700 W. Beaver Youth Fellowship of Cen- AUTOMATICALLY
Davis; 1161 W 31st Ft ; Savings Club Monday. Oct Calvacade Singers in
St. between the hoursof tral OT Church will be
Boy 21 at 8 p. II. in the concert beginning at
8 a.m. through 5 r.II. presented Sunday. Oct w 4-X ,. Srt
I Youth Center 29th and 7:30
I 20 at 7 pm. in the p.m. Sunday. Oct. 41 i 1 AND SHOCK taiitetStfe
church Auditorium Chase. 20. Prof. E. CliffordThe UatomDielWATH; Stol) ladiSfyMforfferit.MBS :

nowitPepsi The program follows: club with the Davis 'director announced S S.cend HDad "4

largest attendance on SptUti TWBT-0-na Watd&aatf
Presiding Janice Sut-
for those who ton; offering song. hand will be awarded a Featuring spirituals NO MONIY

prize. An entertaining hymns, classical and DOWN
Miriam! White
; prayer. ptm
think Patricia Felton; scripture program is promised: by semi-classical numbers OUR LOW FRJCZ *1.OO

; selection. New St. program chairman Mrs. and program will aslo A WtIK -
Beulah Alston, Mrs. Beahighlight
several of
young't James Youth Choir; introduction -
,, sic Mae Allen and is Prof. Davis composi-
of master of
president and Mrs. tions.
ceremonies Charles
< "': Maudia Lee C&llaway is Program features will
.. Brooks III
by Michael
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the club also be
reporter.Stockholders
highlighted
d by
:" : 't '-" Sheffield; selection
choir reading Barbara prominent local business
:
'Glosper; piano selec- ; Meeting man. Willie Motley, Miss B.autllvlly 2-DIAMOND

r f. tim Janice McIntosh. The annual fleeting of Rosetta McCloud. of Williams ELGIN WATCII

Solo. Terry Ann Sharp: ; the United Investors Institutional AMF

organ selection.M. Hall; Inc. will be held Church. David Thomas of '. 0(3& LOW ptai'

reading. Flolse Leeks; Saturday.Oct 19 at 11a.a. Shiloh Metropolitan Baptist : 'l=D1..1..dt Inw't"
Church, will be guest .M.... w1 Ad N
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at 2416 N. Myrtle $
..... piano solo. Leonard .Matching,..' e.. slew
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Pattersoloists; John Garner of
Avenue.Rev. H. L.
Garner; solo Lorenzo l .1.. Ii.csl.t1Git.ud
anShiloh will give a dramatic -
Mungin; offering; solo. son president, : G.nvter

r w Doris Mack: piano selection nounc ed. reading NO MOMTf DOWN $1.00 A WIll' pqiidani.rlt
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Brenda Colsum; s

solo, Mary Johnson ;

crowning of the queen CONSULir, DR. SMITH FREE ==

a : "k Funice Coker; remarks. YM WO |.T.W" Faro Ww*What...YiwW I..WUt to
41'"I c.iq: It aM What May .. D... Ie CwtMf lEv U T.. ScffwAJtTMimt
Theresa Johnson presi- witIa

dent; benediction: Rev NLADACMU TMMAT MSOCDUSNEXVOUSMUAUS
ASTHMACO M.OOO PtUSUUHIAJtT SINUS INflCT10lCS
.. W.C. Flanagan, pastor. !PI STOMACH DtSIAH MSOISItLOOO
..NFUItNZAMIUMATUM AM D SUN H1V11 DtSLUI "
MMAUSKIBMIT rtOSTATt TtOUBUIMTUTIMAL Three Eonw Locations
NIUtlTIS KAOMKUVlt OtSOCDtKSCMKOMIC MONROE
Parents have as much fun as SCIATICA *CALL WUAUS Of MAIN AT
Acute Asthma LUMBAC9I UABM MSOtOUS MEN *WOMEN 6-8486
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youngsters today...and, naturally, fun Attacks M.... _...... ef r! .1 ... ........... rut KXAUIMATtOM MAIN AT EIGHTHachsonuille's !
IY APPOIMTMIM T OMLTMOUU ..:.- ........ ........ .. JI ... ELltJr 5-159'1
Includes l Pepsi I "Nothing drenches your P1iNN'CQI.A I 111' ""'MaL.y I -11 AJA. t**M'.. PIIONI Do'.11" FIVE POIN..TS '
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'thirst like a cold, Inviting Pepsi. -----
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Think. young-say"Pepsi please!" : .O.iM'a Mtar..l.ar s... I ION!../.I r.......W...N.LfI> .... ..n.. Us n-tN' Only lemelry & Appliance ::

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Honors Set Heavenly Fire Elder Barker Gospel Feast Principals ". : DirectionBy


For Miss StrivenFriday Singers PreparingFor Accepts West ..."...,.j-"_>_ '-4f".:- < ''..,:' !iI': ':'"";, :. '' ',, &-'''ht -..','."w' -''"_, :''-" : :-"',-[,:',
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Call ': t : Rer. 1. Reddick ;
Night Anniversary Coast < :'; 1. Eir

The members of Mount Elder H.M. Barker pas- : ,, t { :D IRE C T ION By J. Reddiek
Preparations for their -
Vernon Baptist Church tor of Ephesus Seventh-

will honor Miss Frances 20th anniversary program ,Day Adventist Church has TRICK CR 'l1tEA"r'A. OPPORTOfm
scheduled for Sunday call to become -
Scriyen with an appreci- accepted a
ation program. Friday night Nov 3 in Triumph pastor of the I heard a man tell of his ezperieaeee as a bey,

night. October 18. at Holiness Church. Fast- Seventh-Day Adventist playing the role of his father with tile pigs In the
side Elder Hall pastor Church in San Bernadino,
8:00p.m. in the audi- pasture. As his
story related, he imitated his
is being engaged in by
California.He .
torium of the Church
for her untiring ser- members of the Heavenly is a native of father calling the pigs. The father would feed the

vice in many capacities Fire Gospel singers. Brooklyn New York ser- 1a pigs when they would come and the pigs sever would
Mrs. Iona Haines. -
president ved Medical Corpmanin
as a
of the church since announced. fail to come when the father would call. The pigs
early childhood. United States Army
Miss Scriven has also Willie Martin will and received his formal would come to him also for awhile but finally

,served as soloist form serve as master of cere- and secondary educationin after he disappointed them so many times they
monies and Mrs. Thelma
Barbados British
n7 Church programs of nZ would fail to answer his call. The
Edwards will be dean of
West Indies. He is a
the city as well as pigs
Hostess. quickly recognized the dif-
Civic and social clubs graduate of Oakwood Col-
I i Appearing on the program Guest artists will include lege Technological Department ference between his call and the

are: Mt. Vernon : Huntsville father's call and would respond in

Choirs, Aaron C. Jack- Ethel Davenport Bannis- Alabama. different ways.
ter. Mrs. Rssie Mae R,
Elder Barber is marriedto r
son, Miss Lelia Floyd.
Scott. Sister Rosetta The above observation indicates that IH?. RfflMCK
Miss Louise Perkins.Mrs. the former Ruby Blue
Cohen the Gospel Echoes of Wilson N.C. She attended it is not even good to use pigs merely for our own
.
Rachel F.
Brooks AFTER-SERVICE FEATURE The wellknown :Bivins Specials will feature an
and Bivins
Reverend F. B. Brooks. Specials Oakwood Collegeand interest. We need to consider the interest of the
I Prof. Andrew McCall. Mt. is an honor graduateof after-service 'Song Feast' Sunday noonOct. 20 in St. Stephen AME Church
Mrs. Carrie MeCall. Mrs.
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Pig along with else
ours, we will lose our influence -
k Mary Nealy Mrs. Vera Ararat Male Chorus Mt. North Carolina College Fifth and Davis. The program, sponsored in behalf of the annual Women's
Fvans. Mt. Sinai Male Calvary Male Chorus. Durham N.C. She on the pig. This may be applicable to life
Day observance will feature spirituals, old and new, hymns and gospel
Chorus. Deacon Wilson Mrs. Alice Boston and is an English and French in general. Certainly it is a Christian philosophy.
James Deacon G L. the Boston Singers. Male Instructor at Northwestern numbersmany of which are the group's special arrangements.Miss Johnetta
There is a right and a wrong way to use our in-
t Flenoid Mrs Lois Ha- Chorus of 7ion Hope. High School. Bush is the director and Mrs. Inez Bi dn s, supervisor-sponsor. Featured
gans and Mrs. Gertrude Brother Moses Davis Elder Barker will con- fluence. Influence should be used for higher causes
g will be: "It's a.Blessing to be like the" L rtl' dedicated to the audi-
Morse. Mother Maggie Haines. duct his farewell wor- than merely to thrill oneself.
Hosts and hostesses Gospel Trotters. Singing ship service on Saturday ence. (Royal Art Studio Photo)
The evening of October 31 is Halloween. The 'sleep>>
will he ncrbfirs of the Wonders Miss Angelia October 19 at 11:00 a.m.
Church and other Churchesof McBride Cavalier Singers The church is located at Fountain Chapel First New Zion To Host ing hours of all saints' are kept with merry-

the city with Mrs. Jessie and Van Buren Sts AME ChurchSister 70th Annual. Baptist Session making.' "Spirits and witches go abroad."In the
Sensational Holy
Mattie Lazenby servingas Friends are Invited to
Dean. Travelers. Dixie Jubilee attend. Scott and her Bj' ALBERTA J. WILLIAMS American tradition children are free to celebratethe

Sunny Rose. Lattimore. Prayer Band will presenta occasion. They take the advantages of this free-
The following personsare They will leave for Final preparations have been completed for the
Morning Stars Voice of program Sunday at 3p.m.
serving as commit- California late in
dom by playing practical
jokes the
on neighbors.
tee members of the Jerusalem. Union Singers October with their two in the church auditorium 70th annual session; of the Fast Florida and Bethany
S. D. Davis vice Baptist Association To appease the children and, maybe, to minimize
4 special event: Ben T. Celestial Gospel Sons children Horace Jr. and and its allied units which convene -

Mccall. Mrs. Fliza R. of Jubilee. Gospel Crusaders Shelley Adrienne. chairman of the Stewards here Oct.i' 21-27 in First New Zion Baptist their jokes, adults give them 'goodies' to eat or
Boards announced.The .
Atwater.Footman.Mrs.Deacon Jessie O.F.B. Jubilees.. Mitty Gospel Golden Trot- Sister R. Cohen church is locatedat Church, 1700 Davis St. Rev. Leroy J. Clayton, host other little things which children admire to take

Hudson Mrs. Eddie Lee ters, singing Wonders Slates 2 Events 737 Jessie St. The pastor. .s.sts.ss.s.s.s..sss... with them.

Cavaliers Brother Moses public is invited. Officers and departmental Mrs. M.L. Johnson pre-
Williams. Mrs. Christine Sister Rosetta Cohen I think that Halloween is here to stay. Even adults
Dawson Mrs. Lois Hagans Davis Sunbeams. Fxcel- The program is being officials who sident;Mrs. Lena George,
wellknown gospel singerand
{dress inStyle' and help the crowds to make merry.
1 Mrs. Lorraine Johnson sior and Choir 4. Mt. director will spon- held to aid the annual will 'head the q$ even-day first vice moderator;

Hubert Fngram. Mrs. Ararat. Sunrise.The sor two programs in behalf Women's Day observance activities slatle includeRev. Mrs. Susie Sandlin Mrs. They look forward to responding to the 'trick or

''l Josie Stamps and Deacon guest group will be of drive now under- which is scheduled for W.M. Hill modera- Annie Mell Smith third treat' requests. But is not this only 'calling the

rierence Jones. the Spiritual Singersof Sunday. Nov. 10th. tor; Rev. G. T. McCall vice moderator; Mrs.
I way to secure funds for pigs' ? Does this not bring to the consciousnessof
Daytona Beach. Sunday School begins at first vice moderator; Bessie Hill recording
the Dec. 3 through Dec.
Church Of Christ Christian EndeavorTo 8 assembly. 9:30 a.n Rev. F.W. Pev. B.H. Hartley. sec- secretary; Mrs. Beatrice the child that he is only thrilling himself for

Jones pastor is hold- ond vice moderator; Rev.J. Hawkins financial sec- ]his and his
The first gospel pre- own merely for own sake? Does: this teaeh
Written In Heaven PresentThe ing Consecration ser- .D. Hughes third vice retary; Mrs. Pixie Cook
sentation will be held
him to use his influence constructively? Does this
Devil Funeral"The Saturday. Oct 19 at vice at 11 a.m and expects moderator; Pea,con W.GREV. editorial secretary;
Services for Sunday at Devil's Funeral" all board and Mrs. Mary Washington :help him to face reality of human needs all over the

the Church of Christ a hilarious operetta choir members to be pre r corresponding secretary; world?

Written in Heaven 1434 will be presented sent. Mrs. Rosa Mozelle. treasurer -
Halloween is here to stay. Why not season it with
Evening service startsat
Kings Rd. Bishop J.C. Thespian members of the : and Mrs. F.M. ;

4. Blakely. pastor are as Christina Endeavor Society 7 p.m. and the mes- i Singleton pianist. 'contructive purposes? I think that the UNICEF has
4 follows sage will be deliveredat
; Wednesday night. one of the basic answers to the big question. It
Sunday School 10 a.m.. 7:30. Congregation
Oct. 23 at 8 o'clock in
__Mrs. Emma McClendon( and Lee Auditorium Edward members are urged to sponsors a ministry to children who are unfortunate

teachers in charge. The Waters College. contact other membersin and where greatest need exist all over the world in
will be an effort to increase -
deliveredby
sermon The young members of v church atten- whichever nation the greatest suffering exists. Many
the pastor. Choir 1
the
and Board 1 will Society are sponsor- dance. churches will join the children on October 31, for
serve ing the event in behalfof
throughout the Tuesday night's prayer J.J. JCIiES
day with their annual scholar- this cause. HELP THEM!
Mrs. Dorothy Blakely meeting is schedUled for Patterson, general recording .
ship fund. The group is
serving as riani t-ac- presently underwritingthe 7:30 o'clock. Classes secretary; Rev OBITUARIESJonas

companist. meet at 8 o'clock. W.C. Mitchell assistant
expenses of a young Higginbothan 1603 32nd Street.
YPCW begins at 6 p.m. SISTER COHFN Choirs rehearse Wednes- recording sec'retaryRev.
lady attending Edward .
F. 14th Street. Wesley
321
Williams
in First Born
8:30 r-n day at 7:30 The
Fvening service startsat p.m. ;y. '
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Waters and donations :.i', Mrs. Marie Jefferson North Street.
Temple. 825 w. MonroeSt.
8 p.m from individuals busi- Budget book remains 'open
i Mary Kathy Brown will ness concerns and clubs Elder A. Hill pas to all members credited va Richardson Route 6, Box Mrs. Virginia Cofeb> 3393

attempt to retain her will be welcomed. Thereis tor. with delinquent ac- 445 Mandarin. Fla. Plateau Street.
will Robert McNair 5612 Walter Robert. 1164 W.
national crown when she no admission chargeto The second program counts. L S
will be featured duringa see the play. be held at the same time r Benedict Road. 30th Street.

recital sponsored by The regular monthly and place one week later RepresentativeWas hw \ George Henry Watt 1477 Mrs. Rachell Lockett,
c W. 29th Street. 2538 w. 43rd street.
the TPCW during the program of the Christian Nov. 25. Relative MRS. M.K. HEARD
Rev. J.P. Morris. 112 Mrs. Martha M. Williams,
All singing groups are
National Queen of the Endeavor Society will The pre-opening session
Churches of Christ be held Sunday. Oct. 20. invited to appear on Of JaxonHistory gets underway with a So. 17th Street. St. Augustine.Mrs. .
Mrs. Lueveator Byrd 424 Lula
Rochelle 2659
at 3:30 in both programs. Deacon S.
Written in Heaven Youth p.m. Greggs was reacted during welcome program Tuesday
Jefferson Street.
Temple AME Church four V. Cohen will serve as sandlin Street.
Department annual con- an emancipation Oct. 22 in First New
ceremonies and Willie Christopher SimLeon Jennings Jr. 614
blocks east of Moncrief master of
test. proclamations servicesin Zion at 7:30 p.m. Miss
moms 919 W. 28th St. 3rd Ave. So. Jacksonville -
is welcome.
Rd. on 45th street. the public Grace Louise Perkins of Mt.
Baptist Church
Rev. James Green 5932 Beach.
Darien. Ga. when an oil Vernon will give the
Diamond Street.
Lonnie Willie Rush. 826
painting of McIntosh MRS. M.L. JOHNSON response. Lish Thompson. 1345 W. F 30th street.
County representative in Each opening day ses-
(\L. Culver treasurer; sion begins at 9:30 a.m.
830 CASSAT the Georgia Assembly, the
Rev. R. H- Howell, dis-
late Hon. (Rev.) WilliamH. with various depart-

1824 W. Beaver Rogers was unveiled trict missionary; Rev. mental officials con- I
L.C. Way. corresponding:
ducting the workshops
1 t during the historical (
: Lounons TO memorial event. classes and discussion

SERVE 100 The late Rep. Rogerswas periods.Rev. .
the father of Albert J.C. Sams of Second

Rogers of Jacksonville. Baptist Church will

According to the Ga. deliver the annual ser-
Where Yon See Both Sides of the Meat You Buy House of representatives mon at 11 a.m. Wednesday -

Journal. Rev. Rogers and will be accompanied

served from 1902-1907 ewA by Second Bap-

BABY BEEF SALE following wMch time he tist's choir and ushers. _

resigned from political The Joint assembly will Yry .
- activities to continuehis be opened by Rev. Hill.

ANOTHER SOLID LOAD religious work. From Jacksonville pro-
Rev. Rogers activitiesin minent roles will be

behalf of his state played by Rev. C.T. Mc-

i/ and county typically r Call of Mt. Vernon Baptist -

39tSIDE following In the footsteps REV. W. M. HILL vice moderator;

72 of his distinguished secretary and Rev. E.R. Rev. C.L. Culver Eliza-

father the Hon. Simpson, program chair- beth Baptist treasurer;

Amos R. Rogers who also nan. Rev. J.J. Jones Antioch

Av9.Whf. 150 Lbs..Avg. Met $60.00 WE CUT YOU WRAP served in the Georgia Senior Woman's District Baptist one of the key
Assembly from 1878-1879 committeemen; Mrs. M.L
Convention officers are:
1 NO. DEL OR DEALERS AT THIS PRICE With distinguished Johnson president of

i civic-religious leaders the Senior Women's Missionary -

FLA. GRADE "A"DRYERS participating on the Convention; Mrs. KEN KNIGHT
C program a Rogers family ..E. Heard presidentof
25 reunion was later held the Ushers' Union and

Le. at the homestead where C.W. Walker presidentof
., Invites You To Listen To-
friends Joined the the Layaen's. Brother

family in the observanceIn hood.
; ..
addition to Albert "HYMN TIME"Starting '

TURKEYS 37 C Rogers from Jacksonville LEO'S SHOE REPAIR -....
:N other surviving childrenin

mLI. attendance were: Sloe Repairing At .,
Theodore Rogers. Urs.

Annie Rogers Capers and Of AIJ KindIs

Charles Rogers all of 9:45 10:00 p.m.

PICNICS LI.29c Darien: Mrs. Vary; WylleySt. air Only Bissess Nightly

Simon Island. Ga. ;
Mrs. Lucille Rogers 845 Florida ATSSSS

latch Tit Kit Kifekt Star li lIlT TV Chaiel 4 Wright. Savannah Ga. REV. C.L. CULVER 1400 WRHC 14004




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SAiyRBAY OCTOBER 19.. 1963 -

JFK, Ethiopian Emperor Exchange --- Star Joins New Series* Says Bond Issue Top Receives Award


To Benefit Negroes
Gifts Visits Lincoln's Grave
Negro JCS to Benefit from
WASHINGTON (ANP) A bearded African leader of the pre- $75 Million Bond
sent last week paid special tribute to a bearded American lead e
er of the past when Ethiopian Emperor Halle Selassie I placeda ST. PETERSBURG Six ofFlorida's

solid silver wreath at the Abraham Lincoln Memorial Negro junior colleges t Kk
Washington. .s.------------ will benefit from a $75 million -
The Emperor placed the the Emperor to place a bond if Florida voters
wreath at the feet of the statueof floral wreath at the feet of Lin approve the bond when they go
the man he said has been coln's statue. But the Ethiopian to the polls November 5th.
"a symbol to all men who monarch wanted to present a if Gibbs Junior College.Suwan-
cherish freedom and equalities more permanent memoriaL nee River, Hampton Johnson
the most precious of God's Symbolizing' Halle Selassie's b-4 Roosevelt and Jackson Junior

gifts." title of the Lion of Judah a Colleges are among the23state
After placing the wreath the gilded carved predominated Junior colleges Included in a
Emperor said, "Not only I, but the reception scene at the plan to build classrooms, lab
all free peoples pay homage to Sboreham Hotel when the Em- i oratories and other essential -
his memory. The debt which we peror greeted official diplo- facilities.The r -
J
owe to him Is Immense and matic and residential Washington state's lone Negro uni i'
the world Is a better place for on October 2. Y Fr versity, Florida MM, Is one JRM

his having passed through It." On the same day, President .. of five existing universities that
He added. Kennedy and the Emperor exchanged = will benefit from the bond If
"Africa stands today astivid gifts. approved.Dr. .
a.
testimony that the principles Mr. Kennedy received two John W. Rembert Pre- L
which he proclaimed are valid priceless Bibles one a 200-t sident of Gibbs Junior College ,_ -
for us all. rfere. In the United year-old relic In Geez. the ancient feels that the bond Is a means
States, the end of the struggle language of Ethiopia of keeping pace with a boom-
to bring to full realization bound In wood and learner. The Ing junior college enrollment.In .

j his eloquent prophecy that men other Is a modern version of the ACTRESS Cicely Tyson is shown in a scene from the CBS television Net- citing total enrollment The 'Man and Boy Awr rd' of the Boys'
of all races and creeds would New Testament bound in silver figures he said "Florida had
one day live together harmony and gold with a silver crucifix work's new dramatic series, 'East Side/West Side' with star George C. less than 4.000 students in five Clubs of America today was presented to

and brotherhood Is fast ap on the cover. This is In Am- junior colleges eight years ago. George R. Vila, president of U.S. RubberCo.
Scott. Miss Scott' in this
proaching. Tyson plays secretary new series dealing
haric and Geez. Today there are approximately -
These sentiments are Inscribed His Majesty also gave the with the problems and challenges of a big city social worker. 'East 36,000 in 29 junior collegesand 'in recognition of outstanding contributions -

on a plaque at the base of President two desk ornaments- by 1970 there may be to the cause of juvenile de-
the wreath. a silver lion figurine and a silver Side/West. Fide is sponsored by Phillip Morris Inc. 100000.
The Emperor has expressedthe bowl. In terms of his own institution cency. The presentation was .wade by Julius
wish that the wreath be madea President Kennedy gave the pibbs i Grads NAACP Sets Virginia's Closed he said Gibbs has integrated -
left
Washington ( ) and Jerry Mastersoa
permanent part of the MemoriaL both and student
Ethiopian ruler a motion pic- faculty
Voter
If this Is not possible it ture projector and sword.The Enrolled In New Schools Opened body and needs funds to pro- (right) of New York City and A.V. Sorenstm
will permanently displayed at two leaders also exchanged Campaign MarkOcala vide quality instruction. "This
another Lincoln shrine.It autographed photographs. 24 InstitutionsST. Petersburg Va. (ANP) Sev- year we have experienced some (standing) president of the Boy's Clubsof
was originally planned for A recent NAACP voter enteen Virginia State college thing unusual In drawing
PETEPSBUPG -- A Omaha. The award was made following the
students who served as voluntary -
registration campaign lnOcala. students from 40 of Florida's
Jaxon Receives Commendation high percentage of the Fla. has record In teachers at the Prince Edward ent of
set a high 67 counties. He added that the company's develop a new rubberised
4r 1963 graduates of Gibbs the number of Negroes regis- Free School have returned college has an enrollment of
H u. Junior College can be tered In any single campaign for to the campus in full agreement 847 with a high percentage of track for athletic events.Aaong the firstto
w found in twenty-four this city W.CPatton NAACP on two points. them college transfer students. install this new type track was the
voter field secretary Each says that he would return -
institution located in has registration reported. to Prince Edward to teachIf Gene Eppley Boys' Club of Oaaha.

4 a dozen states accordingto The campaign which has been needed and that the county Baby DrownsWhile .
findings of the Col- under way for 1epastlOweeks. will never again be without 1 12 e9roATLANTAANP Banks Assets Given

lege's Guidance Depart has succeeded In placing more schools for all children. i Being )-- Negroes own and operate 12 banks lathe

ment. than rolls.1,600 Ocala new registrars voters on credited the The seventeen juniors seniors exteachers" Tots United States with total assets of..$71.. ..million........._._._._._..__..:.__...-
w.p. Pouson directorof and Bathed By This is the gist of a report
the high number of new graduate students aided National Bankers York and California.
the
guidance said nearly voters to the concentrated Prince Edward's Free School DURHAM N.C.ANP)-- Association made to that met here last The new bank in New YorkIs
50 percent of the 1963 NAACP Association officials in Open- of to be known as the Freedom
campaign. Anxious to be some help to with the
week In conjunction
Ing the unique The National Bank and Is being -
system. sponsored
enrolled
graduates are their mother who had gone to National Business League.
t students lived with residents Jackie Robinson.Judge
in several senior colleges fducator PlansTo county a nearby grocery store two The report listed the follow- by
during the period and Smauel R. Pierce. Jr. and Dr.
I and schoolsof little children 5 and 3, gave banks In America as being
some ing
Present PaperAt taught classes and aided in Dunbar S. McLaurin.
20month
their baby sister, owned and operated by Negroes:
l nursing. a testing program., The Riverside National Bankof
old, a bath. Savannah -
Bank
QUICK THINKING OF PAMU ATHLETE REWARDED M any of the 162 t HYC on aEl At a press conference the When the mother returned Carver Citizens Savings and Southern Houstion. Texas opened for
enrolled in group said that they were fair- ; business on Aug. 16, with total
graduates home after a short time she Citizens
l Horace Small, senior physical education ly well received by white rely Banks, Philadelphia; deposits for the day of$263,000.
Florida A&M Universityand found the Infant drowned in the Savings Bank and Trust Co.,
major at Florida A&M University and former Bethune-Cookman COl- well received by white bath tub, according to CoronerD. Nashville; Citizens Trust Company The superintendent of Banksof
residents of the rural Virginia the State of California has
R. Consolidated
Rattler football player, accepts a savings lege both florida in- county.: One student said"we Mrs.Perry.Vernice Purvis was Bank,and Atlanta Trust;Co., Richmond Issued a charter to the Bankof
stitutions but. they tolerated that's about Finance of Los Angeles regarded -
El were quoted by Coroner Perry as Bank Newport
bond from Tallahassee motel nanager Keith Va; Crown Savings
also enrolled in: all", but another said be was saying she left home at 11 a.m. News Va., Douglas State as the first Negroownedbank
Henderson as a reward for reviving a small treated "very friendly" when west of the Mississippi
Hew Mexico State University leaving the three children ages Bank Kansas City. Ka; First

boy who was nearly drowned in the swimming New Mexico; he went to Farmville.the county five, three and 20 months alone. State Bank Danville Va; In- river.B.. Doylet. Mitchell,president;
"During my absence the Bank of
dustrial Washington;
seat.The
Bradley University. younger children those older children undressed the Jesse H. Turner, vice president -
pool of the motel where Small is a part- Mechanics and Farmers Bank
Illinois; Tusculum College up to ten years of age were baby and put her in the tub to Durham N.C. Tn -State Bankof ; L. Wilson York secre-
;
time employee. Tenn. ; Ohio Wesle- hurt more seriously by the 'give her a bath" Mrs. Purvis Memphis; Victory Savings tary; Mrs. Nettie Bennett
yan College. Ohio; Capital closing of school for four stated. Bank Columbia S.C. Archer treasurer. .

JohnsonNew University. Ohio; j '.ears.: Several student teachers She said that upon her return The report stated that during JOHNNIE'S HOTEL
Hear Marshall
To
Mason Franklin School- of said>many older students continued about 45 minutes later,she discovered 1962 applications were receivedby
their education outsideof the infant in a sitting and FR..S TV IN EVERY ROOM-
federal state banking
Pa. Andrews r
Orleans (ANP) When Include Dr. Charles H. Wesley Technology ; r the county but that most position In the tub limp and mo- authorities for the establish- 74154 W. A9faley-JaxFla.
the United Supreme Council president of Central State college University. Michigan; 10 year olds had never been to .tionless. ment of three banking isstitu- For Reservations, Call
Prince Hall affiliation 33rd. the University of Fla schooL
and secretary-general of tions one each in Texas. New F3 3-4025
degree Southern Jurisdictionmeets the council; George W. Florida Presbyterian .

here October 20. manyof Crawford. New Haven. Conn., College; Virginia Union; Dr. Forma H. Kitties
the most prominent NegroesIn i
sovereign grand commander of
s the nation will be In attend- the northern jurisdiction and and North Carolina A&T. associate professor of

ance. former corporation lawyer for Also: Fisk Universityand textiles and clothingin

Receiving the citation City of New<<: Haven for22years; Knoxville College in the Florida A&M Uni- .
"Prince Hall Mason of the Dr. Amos T. Hall attorneyof Tennessee; Howard University versity Department of '

Year"Johnson will be StateSenator of Atlanta. Leroy He- Tulsa. grand master of Oklahoma Washington Home Economics, will

the annual and lieutenant grand com- o. c.; St. Augustine COl-' present a paper on 'The
will be a speaker at mander of the council and P. 5
cathedral banquet along with lege.North Carolina College Importance of Clothingas CET
G. Porter; Alathe.grand master ) P E R Ia.R ...-
Judge Thurgood Marshall of the of Kansas and bead of the youth and the community a Status Symbol Among St .
U.S. Appeals Court of New York. organization of Price Hall School of Nursing all College Students" during

Other ranking Negroes who Masons the Knights of Pytha in North Carolina; the 13th annual .conference QUANTITY RIGHTS RESERVED ;,-,
will attend and be
i on program goras. Tuskegee Institute. of College Teach-

Alabama; Grady School of ers of Textiles and SPECIALS GOOD THRU SUNDAY AT EDGEWOOD AND AVENUE B <

Nursing and Fort Valley The 'F.'
Clothing. conferencewill
WHEN YOU ARE ILL
State College, Georgia; convene October 24

You Seek The Best Doctor Bethune-Cookman College through 27, _in New York FRESH PORK WESTERN B-B-Q SIZE
and Florida Memorial City at the Statler Hil-
When Your tbctor Prescribes' located in Florida. ton Hotel.Dr. .

Get Experienced Pharmacists Kittles, a nativeof : SPARE RIBS

: .According to Your Doctors Miamians Ready Jacksonville will ROAST25 -

Orders.We Use Only The Best present her paper on a
Dr. C.F. BlackProprietor ., .
Quality Drugs For Charles Concert subject which is an outgrowth .

of her doctoral ", .

Miami (ANP) Singer-ptanisi t: dissertation. $
3 REGISTERED PHARMACISTS TO SERVE YOU Ray Charles has been book t The Ph. D. degree in LB. LB. 35
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A COMPLETE LINE OF for a one-night concert In Din home economics was conferred :
ner Auditorium here Saturday .
Key on her at the Ohio .
Cosmetics Rubber Goods Candies Sundries
Oct. 2, StuartGoldman,
State University in 196L
"
-PRESCRIPTIONS CAILED FOR AND I ..IVERmLilly's who Is promoting the event' The subject of her paper: -
announced.
Appearing with the nationally y is especially pertinent ..J.COFFEE -
i Drug Store famous singer will be the ion to the theme of this MAXWELL HOUSE BLUE PLATE

Paelets. a group of vocalists. year's conference The
Charles Is demand for concert Socio-Psychological Aspects -

1907 KINGS ROAD EL 3-8276 throughout and the other nation.appearance! of Clothing" and MAYONNAISE

Textiles :

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it Miss Decafhalon" Grow ned In Dazzling Event Strictly Entertain! '

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;t\ H. ''toe" Clayton

MIAMI: BEHiY 0' BERRY saying that the COMMUNITY

IMPROVEMENT ASSOCIATION wants more Beaters, and at

$1800.00 per. Seems as though the group started as

an investment club, have made quite a few worthwhile ,
I
a Investments in stocks and buildings. ..
,1 .
() IN TOWN, KIAH SAYLES. Dist. Sales manager for the
r
4 P. BALLENTINE & SONS brewing with CHARLIK MARTIN
t ar
at the D. DECK LOGNGE and preparing to Journey to

T TP Tallahassee for ORANGE BOWL CLASSICS talks..Twoyoung
:fr%
men following in their ole' man's footsteps

TYRONE and WALTER JOHNSON 15 and 16-year-old sons

t -i tk of Walter taking their music seriously In (LYnt? S

KNIGHT BEAT. F-ather was once a band leader for

3 .. KILLS back when. They won the amateur show re
11517"!r
cently. ....Miami OMEGA FRATERNITY is rumored to be

having MARDI GRAS on Miami Beach with a big name

band. .FRANK LEGREE, popular singer and MC in

1 +wt r charge of dining room and snack bar in the Metro

r A 1 rt bail ding. ... KITTY and SWEET RICHARD making up the

.i p t4)) crowd in the Sir John Lounge...BILL PffiPLBS' Joins

a 1 r the WOODY GREEN trio... .. PFA JOHNSON driver for
? xs
kite flying AIPHONSO WOOD/11 in town looking for
I V .
: suitable dwellings for the winter, he performed on

F Virginia Beach for WMBM'S 4th-of-July outing....

: : lL11t ikJL1 Ib JACKIE CORBETT, SAM & DAVE S duo manager says that

they lose three pounds every night together.Ithink

c they had better slow down until the first of

the year.. ..Hear that BILLY DANI RS, that "ole
i
W black magic" man is in the hospital with cancer.. .

and that RAY CHARLES will make his debut in Vegason
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e Dec. 20. . GAY ANN LAMB. a recent birthday
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kw3 celebrant.... The recently organized NATIONAL CIVIL

RIGHTS PARTY sel ected a NEGRO and a JEW for their

L'LTT.k+ g i d presidential candiates. The Negro, a Roman Cath -
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olic with an Irish name, GRADY OCUMMING6 III, and
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.r- 1 running mate, a white JEW, SEYMOUR FRI MAN. Do they

{ J a play golf?.....Hear about the hit and run driver
s s 4
who thought he could get away from DIOCESE after
un i .
f y s hitting a parked car on Second Avenue. Seems as
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though the driver didn't know the city..He gave
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a run
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CROWNING LORY Miss Pearl Reid (top photo left) won the first annual Johnson. Pix 5, Contestants from left are: Barbara Bl ai r,Cora Hum-

i 'MIss Decathlon" award and was crowned by Julius Simmons (left) beforea phrey, Daisy Cray, Mabel Edgecomb, M. Owens J. Simmons, Pearl Reid,

large, appreciative turnout of 'first nighters'at Sir John's Knight Cora Humphrey and Dorothy Johnson. Photo 6, from left: Mary K. Early,

r Beat. In photo 2popular emcee Bobby: Marshall Introduces club members Mabel Edgecomb, Ann Campbell, Roy Sears, Oresta Hall, Cora Gray, Pix 7,

from left, namely: Lovis Jackson: Eddie Rutts. Archie Pinder Wes Tnies- from left: Cora Humphries, Daisy Gray and I. Alexander. Photo right

dale, Eddie Campbell. Photo 3: Al Ervin, Julius Simmons, Esme Bain, to left: E. Hutchinson, Bessie Bethune.Althenia Mumford and friends. ,

Joseph Mackey. In pix 4. winners are Barbara Blair, Miss Reid,Dorothy STAR. Photos bv Al Crawford)
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'*' * * BIRTHS * ** ** * Carver YMCA Bahais ObserveAnniversary Enrollment Figures ,

Mr. and Mrs. Frederick Turman; 3120 NW 160th Terrace. Boy Stephen Beat Cruise Increase At FAMUAn rf r zit,
f Worcester; 16835 NW 24th Street Boy. Pobert Matthew.Mr. Set Nov. 29 The Baha' Is of Miami 4 1 +
fc c Court. Opa Locka Girl Wayne.Mr. and Mrs. Lawrence The Program Committeeof will observe the anni- increase in enroll-
Kathleen Marie.Mr. and Mrs. Burhell Little: 17815 NW 20th Branch versary of the birthdayof ment at Florida A&M Uni-
Avenue Opa Locka. Boy. the Carver the Bab Gate fore- versity for the first
and Mrs. Robert Sawyer; 745 NW 47th YMCA is sponsoring a ( )
.
Charles
Fletcher. runner of Baba'u' Ilah, trimester of the 1963-
Boat cruise for November 1 kt / +
Founder of the Baha'I 64 academic year is f
Edward Waters College 29.According to the Pro-' Faith, at the ,Baha'i noted in an enrollment .t __
issued at the r- ____ ,
gram committee: and Staff Center Itfj N.W. 11th report \ ,
the Dreamboat. noted as Ave. 8 p.ln. Sunday, close of first trimester
: "TIGERS" the world's largest October 20. registration on the Rat-
passenger motor boat, MARRIAGELICENSE tler campus.
has been chartered for The report shows a
", 1963 FOOTBALL SCHEDULE the Cruise. APPLICATIONS total of 2.884 students
Cornelius E. Harris,
enrolled for the current
The Dreamboat has three
': (HOME GAMES) decks and a 1000 square 1406 NW 24th Street. 41. year, as compared to
_ foot dance floor for and Carol J. Harrison, 2.794 enrolled duringthe
...-. .. passengers dancing plea- 13097 NW 24th Ave. 35. same period In the THIS BEER Is for pleasant living People on the

....... sw es. Edward W. Walker 16822 academic year 1962-63. go..people who care about quality..eo for,

II"OY. 2.SC; ; AIM. Trek The Cruise will depart Hilda Avenue M. Opa Franklin Locka, 2031 and Watch This Clown National Beer. Have the taste of plea.*.*t livi'g-
.
W
..,\.' at 9:00 p.m. from Lave a National Beer. Premium quality always,
Pier 5. Bayfront Park NW J84th Street.Opa SEE PAGE 11
; (IHOMECOtflKj.r Yacht Basin and is' Locka. 18. popular prices, everywhere.Han .
: :: planned as a recreational PHONE FR 7-2234
activity for members a taste el Plus* ting !

Nov. 16..KittrtU! CtUtft and friends of the As- FOR BETTER PICTURES -SEE :.t.-

sociation.All .1
NATIONAL BEER
All Home Games, Will Be ':Played at, -, -. purchasing, persons desirousof ticketsfor JOHNSONOF

Myrtle Avenue Ball Park the Cruise may do Spotlight PredictOf
WEBDKSS{ PASSPORTS
PARTIES
so at the Carver DINNERS -

kickoff 8 p.m. Branch YMCA. 5770 H... Open 1 p.m. to 8 p.m. The Week
15th Avenue. For additional -
Tickets On Sale At Edward, informationcall Bad Pictures A Speciality ;5 WMBMPACE
the 'Y' Office.
109( M.W. m Street tai Florida
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First-Negro Mkmiiaii Gets
Colorful Fashion Tear
Church Sponsors
Antioch Baptist .
Casualty Insurciice LicMst.,
Earl Jackson Carroll President of tile Earl Car-

Y 1r Rw roll Insurance Axency; Incorporated IMS lagrahaa

Building Downtown Miami, has been granted a license -

y F i by: the Insurance Commissioner to solicit insurance -

f In the State of Florida .................
e Mr. Carroll who is a
from his past record
native of Miami and a
'breaking performancein
graduate of Booker T.
the last legislativerace
Washington High School
f in Dade County
3 I _J and of Florida A&M Uni-
; versity served as an
v administrative clerk in
1)) 'I the United States Air
Force for three years
ti1% he is currently servingon
the Governors' Committee -
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1ti_ : on Employment for !
_--- the handicapped. Governor -
-. ty s Sub-conmittee on
T- iiLr ;
r Education. City of Miami a4. :.
'-c.
Recreation Advisory
"SS 'saci Board etc. He is af- where he polled 31.383
filiated with the Veteran votes in the run-off
of Foreign Wars. Dis- election.The .
.
I Q able American Veterans Earl Carroll In-
'
f '" :, o."Y YMCA Better Government surance Agency Inc.
f Association Elks and Insures homes cars,
a Orange state Recreation businesses workmen's
1 Association. compensation churches.
1 Earl prides himself by or any type of bosde.

.1 being able to sell WANTEDloo
J.... ; 1:. ,.
# insurance
and
: ..'0...... ,A trJV....... .- _" 1 :- Y quality I NewsboysEarn
service.
---- personal He
s FASHION TEA -- A large turnout of members and friends attended Antioch B. Jones Miss Zera Floyd, pianist Miss Barbara Jones Miss Gwendolyn represents some of the $1.N te $5.00

; Baptist Church's tall fashion tea which was recently held in the home Jones, Mrs. Janie M. Black, Mrs. Lillian toss, Miss Ruth Bradley Mrs. leading and best insurance Weekly Selling
companies in, the
of Mr. and Mrs. Lester C. OJ achJll8 15840 NW 18th Avenue. Principal speaker Mary Jenkins. Bottom left: Mrs. Lillie Kelly, Deacon Robert Ivery, Mrs. .country and based on his Miami

on the varied and interesting program was Lester C. Albert of Albert Pa tie McLeod Mrs. Ethel Bledshoe. Mrs. Gypsie Chapman Mrs. Emma Jones. past reputation will Florida Star

Funeral Home. .Tr top pix from left are: Wilbert Jenkins Alva Graham Bottom right:, Wilbert Jenkins Jr.. Wilbert Stevenson Cathy Coachman always be "honest"with I Friday & Saturday
who is affiliated -
anyone
Deacon E. McQueen, Deacon Roy Rev. Lester Albert, Mrs. Albertta Battle, Jacqueline Jones, Sharon Stevenson, Jeffery Coachman,Marion McQueen, with him. App, _

Deacon. Howard Coachman: U. Mason, A. Rab. Denver Coachman and Deacon H. Valerie Bethel Brenda McQueen, Pamela Jones, Wanda Jones. Miamians are acquainted 738 NW 3rd Ave

1 i Lundy. Top right: Mrs. Gladys; Coachman, Mrs. Emma Lou Graham Mrs. Rachel (STAR Photos by Al Crawford) with Earl J. Carroll Phwe FR 7-1025

Auxiliary Member Cited

:. .1f'r-... ,. New Providence HEAR
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r rA PAn M. B. Church .

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Rev c.J. Burney. pastor -

.. "rk t 7 Y '...tPy the, membership is requesting accom-that r from the 5,000 watt

pany him Oct. 28 at

9 20 8 Bethel p.m. Baptist to Greater Churchin New a Tower of Power

k kF Opa Locka. Rev. W.K.

.K Smith Senior pastor.Ushers will The

render service
there
Oct. 27 during morning

f 4 Y worship.Baptism will be administered WAME1260fl
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in New Providence :
during the 11 a.m.
1".t service. All candidatesare
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requested to be at
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.; : the church at 10 a.m. Starring
,." and are reminded to

FOR OUTSTANDING work while serving as a member of the organization Mrs. bring a change of
clothing.
Pearl L. Patterson (seated center) was recently cited with presentationof Ten you pray rememberthe

a pluCQue from Mrs. Alberta sick and those who
Sawyer (foreground right) while other
,.charter mni-ers of the Dade County Academy of Medicine looked on.Kneeling have recently lost
their loved ones.
in foreground (left) is Mrs. Dora Patterson, Auxiliary secretary. Members
WEEKLY ACTIVITIESThe
stunding from, left are: Mrs. Susie Lowery, Mrs. Anna B. Ward. Mrs. Louise
Senior Usher Boards
., S. Davis, Mrs. Madeline Portier and Mrs. Hilda Frazier. (Adamsfoto) and Choir 2 will meet
,
n ,', Monday at 8 p.m. Tuesday
NOW APPEARING AT Grace Presbyterian night's Prayer meeting

begins at 8 d clock.The
Lauds ChairmenThe
Young Matrons. YWA Aux-
:Dizzy ,Jones Birdland Grace Presbyterian iliary and Junior Ushers
Church members extend will hold respective
their congratulations to meetings Wednesday at
Mrs. Naomi Smith and 8 p.m.
;.: 2nd Ave at 7th St., Miami Mrs. Ursula Higgs who Thursday night the
a' were chairmen of the Missionary Society and
;> Presents Sunday and Monday evening the Choir 1 meet at 8 _.;A
J programs respec- o'clock. The Youth Choir
V THE MARVELSSingilg tively. Both programswere meets Friday at 5:30 p. -ia:;
a great delight.and m., and the Male Chorus
Sensations Broths lay Burkie "ms I1n& Alfonzo MoteilI
their hope is to have meets Saturday at 8 p. Bee
Ii-- many more programs of
.
such outstanding cali- m.You are always welcomeat
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( Jpi bre. New Providence ser- -
Morale is high as the ices. i I
members approach their Mrs. Rena Thompson is ; _
anniversary loyalty week In need of blood. Please k w _
t which is the first week register the donation In
of November. her name.
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( Extra Added Attraction Miami hear will! be
today ;
Sat. Oct. 26- 830 p.m. Y

Advance Tickets on Sale At: *?&&,*

Miami Harlem Square Harlem Garden

JSAM Liberty City American Furniture ft TV WAlE

",II.ijDA + f r Coconut Grove Billie Rolie's Music Center ON 1260
L
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VEIK.r pa-Lock: Harlem Hide-A-Cay. Little Harlot ; MIAMI

Ft. Lauderdale Jefferson Super Store
Hollywood Central Hardware Hear "Hot Line" Nightly At 11 p. m.

-. ill. Stars Plenty Good Tickets Left--Better Burryl With Donald W. Jones & Harold L. BraynonSITY11A1

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J PAlE' a FLORIDA STAR PAPERS I SATURDAY 8CTIIER 1 19, 1! 3Csi
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Guard Seeks Florida A & M Hosts National Association Churches

sea ---- ., -: -

A"eiIlees From 2----- ST. EUGENE'S CHAPELSt.

t Eugene's Chapel
II'r4.ep '
TALLAHASSEE Lt. (Jg. .
s. 3# r Fw. w --
Sunday Mass begins at
Andrew H leman, assis-
k 8:30.: Saturday Mass 12
tant cadet procurement
a.m. Wednesday, Novena
officer United States r
7 p.m.
Coast Guard will visit
BETHEL BAPTIST CWRCH
,
the campus of Florida
3 s
A&M University on Oct. Featured program of the-

23 and 24, to talk with week will be Fdsoatlon

young men in Tallahasseeand and Family night which

surrounding areas will be held oa Sunday

who are Interested in 7 / ;_ 3 at 6 p.m.

competing nent to for the an Coast appoint i !& ST. JAMES OlE WWCH(

Guard Academy.Lt. & 1 Mrs. Alice Peacock will

Holeman's visit to be the guest speaker at

the FAMU campus is in the annual Womens Day

conjunction with a recruiting 'it observance oa StlDd87.The
L morning service will begin .
tour of the
United StatesArrangements at 11 a.m.'MACEDONIA .

for Lt. r- '!. ,_ ._ t.J' :
Ho leman' s visit to CHURCH
PHARMACISTS ATTENDS --Pharmacists from various parts of the state Harris, Melbourne; Miss Alice Deaderck Nashville, Tenn.: Miss Ethel
Florida A&M Universityare preparations are being

being handled by were in attendance at the recent Florida A&M University School of Pharmacy Sanders, Tallahassee; W. Joe Weldy, Chief Agent of Pharmacy for the made to sponsor the

Clinton C. Cunningham Seminar. From left to right, are: Edgar L. Davis, Safety Harbor; State of Florida, Gainesville; Miss La Frances V. Hestle; Miami; Hurd Middle Florida Primitive
'. director of the place- Baptist Church Associa-
ment bureau. Scholasti- Alphonso Mitchell, FAMU graduate, pharmacist, St. Petersburg; Miss Iveta Y. Jones, professor ,in the FAMU School of Pharmacy; Hiss Elizabeth Cas- tion on October 22. An

cally top-ranking high Jones, St. Petersburg; Murphy D. Jenkins, dean of the FAMU School of well, Tallahassee; Marrhy D. Jenkins! dean, FAMU School of Pharmacy; estimated 1000 personsare

school seniors from the Pharmacy: Carl Andrews FAMU graduate pharmacist at the FAMU Hospital; Hiss Hattie Joyce WalkerTallahassee; Miss Shirley PoolerSt. Augustine; expected. The affair

FAMU Demonstration High rill continue for five
and Charles Lennon, Tampa. Photo right from left are: Miss Elsenna D. and Miss Frances Carr, Tampa.
School and Tallahassee'sLincoln days.

High School as President t Gore To Address ORGANIZATIONSFeatured Advisory Team
well as top-rankin ne Di- Scout NewsA
Boy
hers of the FAMU freshman Annual Program 111. Memphis news of the week is the 'sensational Homecoming A&M Dean Joins

and classes
sophomore
tilt between the A and M Rattlers and the r program to enroll more scouts is being initiatedby
will be invited to hear TAlLAHASSEE Fla.-(FAKU)-Dr. George W. Gore P.a

Lt. Holeman speak. Later Morris Brown Wolverines which will be played on the Leon vision.. It will be called 'Scout
Jr., president of Florida A&M University, will
there will be opportunities Saturday, October 19 in the Bragg Stadium. Start of Nifeht" and will be sponsored at each of the local
deliver the principal address at the Commercial F
for interested youthto
the game will te 2 p.m.Loyal FAMUANS from allover schools within the next two weeks.On designated
confer with him individually Appeal s annual Plant to Prosper Rally, Friday.

during an informal the state and the nation will trek to the Big Fend evening adult scouters will appear at schools.and
December 6, at the Booker T. Washington High

social session School, Menphis, Tenn. ..................... to visit their Alma Mater, meet old friends and talk to boys about becoming members.The' program has
that .
will follow Lt.Holeman'
The rally will climax cheer the Battlers., Morris Brown will also have a the approval of the superintendant tad the princi-
s presentationof record book and personal e
basic Coast Guard in- the 30th annual Plant to visits to each farm strong group of supporters from within and outsidethe pals of each school.

formation.In Prosper contest a four- during October and tuck '1.Attorney Awards will be given to scouts who enroll at least
state. The game will be nip und all the
Tallahassee he will state program which No vem ber. two new boys during the enrollment campaign.The .
way because both teams seem to play harder in this
explain the new systemto recognizes and rewards The contest is climaxed
he used in selecting farmers for jobs well each year with ralliesfor game than any others. "Br"te" Powell new coach q Florida State University game is scheduled for

cadets for the U.S. done. Since its Incep- county and state of Morris Brown will be pitted against the great October 26. All scouts will be admitted to the game

Coast Guard Academy. The tion in 1933. Plant to winners in landowner
Coach Gaither who among many laurels, has been by showing their registration cards and tea! cents.
Academy offers a four- Prosper has attractedmore tenant and home improvement -
year course leading to a a million farmers divisions. The FAMU crowned "small Coach" of the week and whose Hat- Thomas Miller 'Activities for the month of October includeround

Bachelor of Science degree from Arkansas. Mississippi president's address will tiers are now considered second best among small Jenkins Dean of the up activities, Florida State Football game, theNrth
and commission in Missouri and Florida A&M University
a highlight the day's pro-
Tennessee. colleges. Approximately 15,000 ardent fans are expected College of Law. has been Florida Fair, training program for adult
Guard. r
the U.S. Coast gram.
Appointment to the Coast Farmers are enrolledin Dr. Gore s invitationto to invade the city. Social affairs are being appointed by the U.S lenders, Oct. : -29. Don't forget the Fall camporee
the Secretary of Labor to a
Guard Academy is madeon spring, supplied address the rally planned by the campus fraternities and there will schedule for November 7-8. All scouts and adults
record nine-man committee assigned -
books
which must
a purely competitivebasis. this marks the sec-
year
be completed for judging be an alunni dance after the game. The Morris tram the task of reviewing must attend.
ond effort on the part
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in the fall. Judging of the Commercial Appeal supporters will set up social shop in the Freshman three basic industries
teams composed of of Puerto Rico,' Fall camp will be held in October. All scouts are
representatives to secure his ser- Lodgelocated! on ,the campus. They will be the guestof committee will
The
M* of the vices. A conflict of con- expected to attend accompanied by their unit
Morris Brown supporters from Jacksonville. Val- duct successive hearings
Agricultural
Royal Crown Extension dates last year prevented '
for a period of two weeksin leaders. No boys will be admitted to eaap withoutan
Cola Service and Farmers Home his accepting the dosta and Tallahassee. This affair will begin
San Juan. adult leader.
Administration base
invitation to address promptly after the guir.e: -that ruckus over at Bethel As a part of their investigations ..
their decisions on the the Plant to Prosper -------------------- --
!AME Church was caused by one of the students involved -: ,the commit-
l a.-..m. a. a. ati -.- -.- --'-lm Rally which is expectedto itee will hold public Smuts who are interested in the National Jam-
draw several hundred in the protest demonstration.' The studentwas
hearings and investigate boree which will be held in Valley Forge in 1984
II persons who are out- attempting to appeal to the large assembly for economic and competitive
II standing in the farm and are urged to register immediately. The registration
II financial help. It is reported that without obtaining conditions in the sugar
agricultural life of the rubber products and fee is twenty-five dollars and the full amount is
Tennessee Valley. ,permission he walked down the aisles shouting -,
hosiery industries.The about $205. We hope to have at least five boys In-
I Demonstratio"Agents : 'Freedom"'Freedom" This seemingly angeredthe committee has been terested.The .

I Visit officials and they promptly had him ushered asked to recommend the
highest minimum wage ----------------- -----
I out. ....and that meeting on the campus the other
Scenic Sites rate not exceeding the Florida State University and the A and M
I evening was called by the organization of University statutory Minimum, that
TALLAHASSEE. (FAMU) University football games should make it possibleto
I Professors, which is a national group, for is economically feasible
-..-- -.-nit to.-sftttt..-- tss' A. highlight of the annual without substantially obtain more boys. Bring as many as you desire
'. meeting of the the purpose of discussing demands made by the City
National Home Demonstration Commissioners to Investigate the local protest curtailing employment in but the boys should be registered.
the industries or giving
Agents' Association -------------------------
The Big i Three On WRFB held October demonstrations. They say the local organization the industries a com-,
6-9. at
end welcome to the Boy Scouts Association -
Congratulations
petitive advantage over
Florida AtM University amounts to "infringement on Intellectual Freedom".
industries in the U.S. end 77th memberof the
1 1i was a chartered bus tour A resolution was drafted and will be sent to the of Jamaica newest
i outside of Puerto Pico,
of one of the most sce- commissioners..... Senator Johnson of Georgia will Fish Baits Boy Scouts World Conference. Scouting is 53 years
nic routes in the north-
ern part of the Sunshine appear in Lee Auditorium on Thursday night. We hope For Sale old on the island that recently attained political

state.Picturesque. to have the reports of the program in the next Fisn Bait: Red Wiggles independence.
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white issue..On the social side of the news, information ( pitrun) 1.80 per -
Springs and scenic Sil- TALLAHASSEE BOYS WANTEB
1-4-1-0 ver Springs near the has been received from the Arabian Temple and Tent thousand.

P rest Florida coast were Number \ of the Dramatic Order Knights of Omar Jones Gardens 825 You Earn Casb Selling Tire FL0IIBA, STAR

I the principal stops on that they have set up a schedule of activities for Floral Street, Talla-
t On Your : the tour. Souvenir shopping Apply 2017 Owen or plese 222-3125

I : i aid sightseeingin the year. The' program will be as follows: October hassee, Florida. .

RadioTallahassee the vicinity of Para- 22, Progressive Waist Party; November 12, Whist r- ---- -- -- -- -------.

dise Park and a boat ride
Party; November 26, Thanksgiving Party; December
{ r; on the beautiful inland i '* KUZZIN'S MUSIC BOX :
1 lake in a glassbottomboat 18, Christmas Party; January 5, Sunday Program; i fc
.. -. YOUR RECORD HEADQUARTERS
Fla. were highlights of January and February, membership campaign; February a I
North Macomb Street .
327
the visit to SilverS .
annual anniversary program: March, Pythian i : j I I
rings. GOSPEL BLUES POP JAZZ I
KUZZIN'S GOSPELAIRES The trip was sponsoredas Anniversary; April delegate fund raising drives; i

a courtesy entertainment MayGrand Lodge Meeting in Jacksonville. The social i 45s LPs I

feature by the
programs will be spearheaded by C. Jones and Mrs.M. i Join KUZZIN'S FAN CLUB! ;
KUZZIN'S JAZZARAMA Florida Home Demonstration i

Agents' Association Coefield..the undergraduate chapter of the i I 224.4816 I

Mrs. D.M. Jones, home Sigvas sponsored a smoker on Thursday evening in s.- eua iete.asmr.m.m.me..meesoo..wn,
KUZZIN'S KABARET demonstration agent of -
the Grand Ball Roox.; President of the group is
Madison in
was charge of

arrangements for the Franklin D. Hamilton, Edward Levine and Rev. C. C. MADAM TINA PALMIST

; tour. Cunningham are advisors to the group....Kuzzics ,
STOPFAurnQNOW Pkoi 224-6032
Deputy Commander Gospelaires will present Brother Joe May, ProfessorW.O. <

GUARANTEES" to read your ENTIRE LIFEpast, pr.' eat aa4 f. re.I. .
HAIR Visits FAMU's ROTC Brown the Spiritual Five the Harmony Kings ,
..r 1 J ,' She asks no questions, but WILL TELL yon what vvO want to know,
.
USE d TALLAHASSEE Col. C. the Gcodenalres at Lincoln High School en the 18th r giving dates and facts of business, love, health a4 family

cJstn'Crs _jSAVE _r. L. Curtis, Deputy Corps and the Sensational Harmoners are scheduled: to appear affairs. Tells yon whoa yon will MARRY and when. If the one

Commander iv United at Mt. Pleasant Baptist Church on October 27 k yon love is true, and what to do to be successful. Will unite

states Any corps, recently the separated, locate absent friends and relative, eaa*. happiness -
IT"SAVMT at 2 P....The church is located on Woodward:: Street..
visited the Reserve 2 between MAN and WIFE. Mate.up lovera quarrels. Telia

Officers' Training Our old friend. "Gary the pit man" Is now over If sickness or bad luck is natural enewi a, evil iBflaeaee aad

-" (, I........ n.w f-a... _4 Corps at Florida A&M at the P and 0 Bar-B-Q Pit and woald like to have bad luck. Does not tell you to"please you BUT will tell the trattu One jrialt

.... .... University during a 2 not only read lifelike
-- P"4wcf d..N MItt p. smoke sandwich... will repay yon for disappointment in all others. your
Ia..1 Heir ., .......,... a.4' but.i..d quarterly visit.As his friends: stop by for a hickory an open book, but I also help yon out of your troubles. Medium and

d..dwftr..t..i for k..ki.m Uir. tki. this was the first guizins' Record Shop is just next door.. .. divine healer.
...,......... ., Ku .pe__M.d.d d..tl..1 time that Col. Curtis The sneed-Franklin Post of the American Legion
COKE AND SEE why are so unhappy way: everything; seems to go vroa*. Iky be
yon
,.
.t.re iMtwral .lit, (.Mag '..... b .vtytrfif ....
ti h. c*.vtftUf' .K.rt, Itv".r. ....... heI had visited FAMU. his will meet on Sunday at 5 P.M. at the Legion Home en: sad and downhearted, sick and worried when yon can be helped a4 everytbla.
visit served the dual
Nt" the reel"WMMM'S Cr.w.U, CUry. Brevard Street. Speaker for the dry will be Otis made clear fay: consulting THIS GIFTED ADVISER.

AT LEADING COSMETIC COUNTERS purpose of orientationand EVERYONE( welcome. NO HAIL ANSWERED. I cake no house to house 011 Sfee will
coordination. Lt. Mobley who will discuss the Bond Issue. Business<
W your dealer i does not Mw"JAVE IT".tend SlJOO for L prove that yon can obtain your dealrea. Everything sacred and confidential.Kadaa .
2 a+02. tat.co $1.50 for 4 oi. j 1.r. (U. end po Uf. In50 Col. Albert J. Parker for the group will include the 1864 member..ip Tina la licensed by: the State and County. Located t ..raseetly la a.

Esther's Beauty Aids / West 125th Street professor of military drive and plans for Veterans Day scheduled to be own home for many years at 2902 S. Monroe St. In Tallahassee. Pi.. Oeft
New York 27,N.Y. science Introduced Col. daily from 7 a... to 9 P." and Sundays from 1 D... to 9 P.M.
Curtis to the ROTC staff ""Obsel"ft1l aa tforeaber ll.



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SAWIAY OCTOBER 19, 1963 FLORIDA STAR PAPERS PAIE


Urban League ,,, : ,. .. :' f",.F:if#, aA ABSORBING ARABIAN NIGHTS ADVENTURES AND FEATS
w.l l PrlS ;;, ;, .. >"k, .__ .- : "i FABULOUS
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Awards Set "'< ., (--; -.fJl; } '" ,

I CHURCH NOTES For Nov. 19 r ', y / :m.: ; OF MAGIC KEEP SPECTATOR SPELLBOUND IN "CAPTAIN SINDBAD"

6T L.N. PEARSON, SR. ,.5, a .. --' .. _<. ?,-,- .
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NEW YORK--The National ; < ',, 't .''."
:\ Sunday, October 20th, Urban League's 1963 Equal iiI' "> -vi: > -..J:: Guy Williams, Heidi Bruhl, Pedro Armendariz and Abraham Sofaer Head Big :,;

will be celebrated as Awards will '
Opportunity> Day Cast in Spectacular King Brothers Production for MGM Filmed in
Laymen's Pay in the be presented to H. LRomnes ir1f ;

Woodlawn United Presbyterian president. Western Electric Technicolor Against Backgrounds of Oriental SplendorThose
Company and Harry Van Aw RIy
Church at Cleveland -
dale Jr., president. New York who have been bad's extraordinary ad- guns; the huge arena in spectacular Spider
and foodlawn Roads.The Central Labor Council
City asking for motion pictures ventures.The which Sindbad fights the Dance, performed by Alma
men of the church AFL-CIO, for. their out-
will be in charge of the standing contributions towards tc : which the whole title role in this monster (1,500 square Luise Schubert sad John

n. Brothers Produc- feet larger than the Schapar, internationallyknown
Morning worship service the Urban League's goal of family can enjoy will King

beginning at 10:5} a.m. equal opportunity, at a dinner find their answer in a tion, filmed in Techni- Colosseum in Rome and dance taw.

November 19 at the Wal- wonderful new Metro- color and Wondra-Scope almost twice as high) Captain Sindbad" is
The men of the church dorf-Astoria Hotel.
Goldwyn-Mayer attraction is played by Guy Wil- and which turns into a the first King Brothers
will have a special program ThIsannounCement was made
J< instead of 'the by Martin E. Segal, dinner -, ; "Captain Slnd- liams, who established holocaust with 10.000 Production since their
chairman and president of : : bad. himself as a top swash- spectators fleeing for highly successful "Gor-
regular Morning Worship ;
j
sermon by the pastor. Martin E. Segal and Company. t ;. Its spellbinding storyof buckler in the popular their lives; Sindbad's go." The new film was

This year's event will mark adventure and astounding "Zorro" television ship. the Golden Lion; directed by Byron Haskin
The Postal Alliance the 100th anniversary of Lin
feats of magic series. The story'sPrincess and a lavish festivalscene from original story
n an organization of coin's Gettysburg Address and
t Government employees, the Centennial of the Emancipation sf suggested by the legendary heroine is en- for which the entire and screen play by Samuel -

1 Proclamation. The hero of the Arabian acted by the beautiful menagerie of the B. West and Harry
will,, be present Sunday This hat, taken from the MR. JOHN TJRAMATIC GOYA
at the Morning worship annual Equal Opportunity COLLECTION FOR AUTUMN AND WINTm 1963, reflectsthe Nights, is set against German acting and recording Hagenback Circus in- Relis. it is a pictureof
Day Dinner has been held -Orienfa-l Heidi was hired. A enchantment fantasyand
background C star. Copenhagen
,
service as a rues group traditionally since 1956. It creative genius of this foremost fashion
to the men of the Laymen takes on 'very special signi- creator. Named "Cabal," a true MR. JOHN SOPHIS- splendor in which one Bruhl. making her debut final highlight is a sheer delight.

s program. This ficance this year. TICATE...designed with, the sportif in mind. Elegant remarkable :feat: jof tn an. American film.

faithful organization The goal of $100,000 to be and pure silhouette is molded from finest Basque legerdemain'aft'er Also starred in a cast
raised from this dinner will be another takes place. of thousands are Pedro KNOW YOUR
coming to us at a time set aside as a special Centennial Beige suede felt.. its sweeping, portrait brim JEWELERRay's

like this show that it gift to meet current demands for gently covering the brow, crown-banded in brightest There has ,never "been. a Armendariz. as the

has the spirit of cooperation League consultant services as Carmen Red glace kid. picture quite like it. tryannical dictator of Jewelers is the oldest independent Jewelerin

and is highly a result of today's social revolution with no less than "326 : the oriental kingdom,

I appreciated by the and the upsurge for securing Completing the fashion picture of the over-all magical effects 'producing and Abraham Sofaer. as Jacksonville. We have been in business in

Presbyterian Men's (.oun- Negro citizens.equal opportunity for Mr*. John "Look" is this Custom Suit of Basque such phenomenon as the court magician who Jacksonville, over thirty rears contiMBsly. We
tlieihero'iNbattle
a- is able to perform such
cil. Beige wool. Its clean, notched collar leads to a
The Church School will cut-away Jacket of a shorter, newer length. Gloves, gainst an invisible monster feats as transformingMiss have never charged our customers Me penny

:a. begin at 9:30 a.m. with District 20 Sets Jewelry, Bag and Perfume all from the nationally in a huge royal, Bruhl into a tiny in interest or carrying charges.

T. V. Huger superintendent distributed Mr. John Accessory collection availablein arena, his encounter bird who flies out to _

in charge. The Anniversary TeaMt. finest stores from coast to coast. with a nine-headed sea to warn her loverof We feel why should our customers be penalized
Presbyterian Youth group Scylla. an attack upon impending danger.

and Children Activityhour his ship by a flock of Filmed on some of the for not having the cash money to HJ' from
Ararat's District The model is wearing ingeniously created custom
giant prehistoric birds largest sets ever built
will be held Sunday 20 will present Its annual make-up from the new "MR. JOHN ROYAL TOUCH IN us.
that "bomb" the vessel for a motion picture,
at 6:00 p.m. The Evening tea Sunday Oct. CUSTOM COSMETICS" Beauty Line. .. featured is Mr.

Vespers will be con- 20 from 3-5 p.m. in the John Royal Liquid Make-up in his most exciting with futile boulders attempt, to and staba his spectacular scenes of Besides, we give large discounts for Cash

J ducted at 7:00 p.m. This Fducation building.The Autumn colour Alabaster and "Captain Sindbad" take
Royal highlighted by
service is designed for follows cruel dictator who place in the golden Purchases. We carry all Nationally Advertised
program : Shadow
Mr. John Royal Eye Stick in shimmering Royal killed because
cannot be -
throne of a royal
youths and adults. will Mrs Hymn, scripture Dea- Platinum Blue and by his alluring Royal Red Lip- his heart is palace room in which the items such as the following: .
Frederick D. Davis
con Bartley Williams; stick. The UR. ROYAL; TOUCH IN CUSTOM COSMETICS"line
locked up in an ivory Princess Jana is ordered
the ,
at piano. We
preside
The Lord's Prayer in Hamilton Watches
will be found in finest stores from coast to .
by ferocious -
are asking members and tower guarded to be executed by having)
Song, Mrs. Angeline coast--wherever superior beauty preparationsare and impassable
beasts -
visitors to support this an elerhant crush her '
Joseph; Selection, sold. .It Bulova Watches
service with your pre- choir; introduction of morasses. skull; a courtyard of

sence. The choirs will mistress of' ceremoniesMrs. Six, Fla.I A&M Instructors t heart is his which search marks for this the gold-and-silver of flankedby dra- Gruen Watches
golden
rows
\ rehearse Tuesday. Oct. MaggieSloan by

I 22 at 8:00 p.m. WednesI %Mrs. John Payne; welcome Granted Leaves Of Absence start of Captain Find- Chicago's 1st Negro Sony Radios

day. October 23. RIder address Mrs. Lula Society Slates

L.N. Pearson Sr. and Hines; response, Mrs. TALLAHASSEE- members of the Florida A&M Uni- Police Captain Sylvania Radios

Deacon Mack L. Hayes Christine Turner, solo, versity faculty have been granted leaves of absenceon Halloween EventThe

will conduct Mid-week N.R. Lowe; reading Hears Retirement Bulova Radios
foreign assignments for the academic year 1963.64.-
service in the
prayer Mrs. Annie B. Grant. Junior Missionary .

Conference room of the Solo. James S. Gen- Eight others are on leaves of absence to pursue Society of Second Bap- ChicagoANP( ) -- Chicago's Forever Yours Diamonds i ,

church at 7:30 p.m. Church will presenta only Negro police captain for
wright; reading. Mrs. further study and two are on personal leaves of ab- tist

The Beautification Committee Lucy Grant; selection. sence. .........................*..... Halloween party. Nov. 25.many years retires November Columbia 14K. Wedding Bands
of the church. Friendship Baptist 1 at 8 p.m. in the lower
On At 83, Commander Kin-
Farl H. Cumho. secretary Church Gospel Chorus; foreign assignments director of public relations auditorium of -the slot Blueltt age will be required to And Hundreds of other items.
are Severely B. Archer
IP working faithfully reading C. H. Cooper; : and Mrs. Norma H. church. step down under compulsory

get the dirt leveled in Memorial Betty Camp- farm assistant mechanics professor of'. Smith, instructor in Featured traditional Civil Service retirement regu-J We solicit & appreciate the business of our

front of the church for bell; solo. Mrs. Lucy ; Mrs. biology, are on personal events programmed will lations. Some will be sorry to I

parking purposes, and Hightower, remarks. Edwjna R. Austin:'jEAMU leaves of absence for include apple'bobbing, see they"won't Blueltt be go.unhappy.Others"admit many colored friends. Without then we could

hope to have this work Miss Marguerite Dennis. Laboratory school. Department the academic year 1963- peanut pulling, and of fixture :
a at
Something
completed by Sunday. All M.T. Brown and Rev. D. of Fducation: 64. The Smiths are located other interesting games. Wabash Avenue District once!i not stay in business. All we ask is that you

men of the church are S. Anderson pastor. Dr. Walter M, Austin temporarily, in Suppers will be servedat the most populous and busy In'

'( asked to co-operate 100% professor of economics; Atlanta.Mrs. a nominal fifty cent the nation Commander Blueitt 1 give us a fair trail & you can rest assayed -
Bertha J. Minor, has served since 1944.He hasn't.
and far 75. off' the Rattlers Cagers
so
fee each and the publicis decided what he'll do when he that will let.. down.
assistant professor of I we never you
men have given their 11th t AME District cordially invited.
Slate 24 Games physical education; Dr. takes off his police uniform for I
finance promised. Mrs. Josie Mae Collinsis the last time.
I For the best io values mercBHtise
The Fdward 0. Minor, professor ,
The Lord blesses efforts TALLAHASSEE -- Holds 97th t Confab president and Mrs. "rm concerned. he said I
of education and
not wishes. Florida A&M University ; Janelle Wilson is "because that's still sometime, & appreciation of business. .SEE
Cagers will play a 24- Dr. Benjamin L. Perry, Approximately 3,000 off." your tr i
the :professor of economics.All people attended the 97th publicity chairman. The Some policemen and politicians -%* .
schedule during
I Honors Scheduled game are stationed.in annual Conference and public is invited. say that Rep. William
1963-64 basketball sea- 1.. Dawson has been respon- Ray's Jewelers
Nsukka Nigeria West the fourth of the
it) son, announced head year sible for keeping Blueitt In
For Pastor WifeAn Africa, where Prof. Ar- After Game PartyThe
coach Fdward Oglesby.Two Greater Florida. Annual his Wabash District post so 326 MAIN STREET
of the 24 games cher Dr. Austin Dr. Conference of the Elev- long. The police Captain, how-
appreciation ser- Minor and Dr. Perry are enth Episcopal Districtof Roaring 20's Social ever, scoffs at that suggestion.
vice for Fev. and Mrs. will be against a non- assigned to duties at the African Methodist Savings Club are pre- Tve known Bill Dawson JACKSONVILLE 2, FLA. PHONE EL 3.9183Jacksonville's
conference foe, Albany since I kid he said
was a ,
senting an Open-House
the University of
be
G.w. Crockett will Episcopal Church which
State College and four "but be has never asked me to
1 held 'Sunday Oct. 20 be- will be exhibition games Ni geria.The convened at the Bethek party Saturday night in do anything for him. Nothing I II: ( Oldest independent Jewafers)

t ginning at 3 p.m in against state rival following membersof AME church last week. the home of Mr. and Mrs. It aU. I I

# Harmony Baptist Church. Bethune-Cookman Collegeof the faculty are on Presiding Bishop William Clarence pluckers 689N. .

Second and Tyler Sts. Daytona Beach. leave to study at the Franklin Ball Presiding Lincoln Ct.

) pay. Crockett formerly The 1963-64 schedule Institutions indicated: RIder Dr. R.C. Snel- persons attending the

, assistant Mrs. Mary L. Brooks, in- Bethune-Cookman Bene- 4 w
served as pastor : lings Dr. Ira Dodson N'
follows: December 12. hs ir
of Day Spring Baptist Albany State; January 7, structor in secondary Hinson host lastor, dict game and the publicare
Ii 1 Church for one education Columbia Uni- presided. invited. The party 4, qx3
Tuskegee Institute,
year and superintendentof January 9. Morris Brown; versity; Mrs. Grace G. The ,Conference program will be held from 8 p.m.

the church for 18- Benedict Johnson, assistant pro- officially began on until
January 10,
years.He fessor of music Boston Wednesday with Dr. H.
College; January 11, Ft.
has served his pre-' Valley state; January University; Howard L. Manning Efferson pre Women's Day

sent church for over 30 Lewis, associate professor siding. Feature of the
14 Alabama state;
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were greetings
years. program
January 20, Allen Uni- Scheduled At
Mrs. Crockett has servedas State University; extended by Wllson-F:
,versity; February 1,
a Sunday Schoolteacher South Carolina state; Mrs. Fssie Cutright Carraway, Senator of Mother MidwayMrs.

i for over 30 February 3. Clark Col- Lopez associate pro- the Eight District; Ma-

years. lege; February 8, Knoxville fessor o. industrial yor Sam Teague. Dr. G.L. Hattie Mae Ander-
Musical groups from all and education, first trimester Porter, executive secretary i
College ; son has been elected
sections of the city are University of Florida Teachers
February 10, Bethune- general chairman and
invited. Deacon Rufus Pennsylvania: Lowell H. Association Dr. L.H.B.Foote. .
all
Cookman. These are Mrs. Josephine Thomas ,
Williams will be masterof Simmons, associate professor the William J. = x
home games.Games co chairman, of the annual -
Medical and Dental
ceremony of Fnglish. University Guan a
away include; Women's Day Commit::
of Washington: Association. Pev D H
December Albany State, tee of Mother Midway .
and Dr. Elsie H. Wallace Brooks Ministerial Alliance '
KEEP AMERICA Albany. Ga. ; December AME Church which gets
BEAUTIIMJU professor'of of elementary ; Selem Pope,
26. Bethune-Cookman. underway Sunday Nov.
...... education. Boston Uni- president Leon County
10th, Rev. J.w.
IMPERIAL SINBI1ES versity. Teachers Association and pastor announced.Jones BEAVER STREET SEAFOODS
I Charles J. Smith III, .Johnny Herndon president

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Cor. BROAD AND ASHLEY EL 4,3159C Mrs. A. Polite, opera- given by Bishop William at 9:30 a.m. The 10 Neither Storm Nor Hail Nor Hurricane Bother Us.We Hart

tor of Polite Smoke F. Ball.Features a.m. morning service Plenty Plenty Fish at Ridiculous Prices-The Quality It Is TIme

Shop 825 W. Ashley St., of other sessions sermon will be delivered -Come and Get'cm

motored to Albany Ga. were evangelism by the pastor.The Junior
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sermons.
recently to visit her Choir and Ushers will

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EXTEND CHAMPIONSHIP SKEINS---As a farewell gift to of Jeffers St. Playground won city-wide champ- Taylor. Champion Tadpoles standing from left in left:Billy Rivers, Ronald Tomdsend, Ulysses Adaas,

their highly popular playground directorMrs. EssieD. ionships in their respective league. to remain. center piz are: Calvin Willie Freddie Baggs Melvin Taylor, Lonnie Alexander, Leon Milton, Ber-

McCray Silva, who is resigning her position and masters of all they survey; ,Coach staff members in Jillie CummerAnthony Turner, Charles Smith, Morris nard Fields, Theodore Bland and Cedric Spei bts.

will leave for Miami where she will make her permanent photo left are, from .left: .Leon Milton, .Mrs. F.D. Wilcox, Marty (Pee Wee) Brock, captain; Henry Chi- The champs promised their departing director they
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successfully defend their titles next
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22 21 Thriller Diller Support Are ': Rookie All StarsTwo Winning Combo HOUSTON iTigers -(ANP)-After watching tbe Panthers,

GRAMBLING. LA. (SPECIAL)--- Smart-alecks Joined Amendment Ho. 3 Against Central and Jaguar Cats of Prarie View College and,

tough minded realists around the Southwestern TALLAHASSEE -- All Making Good "h-:. '" leading Negro major NASHVILLE Coach JohnA. Grambling college and Texas Southern and Southern

Athletic conference Tuesday and consigned the sportsmen should circle MORGANTOWN. w. Va. league baseball playerswere Merritt' continuing Universities, I am forced to coiicJude that PV is
the date November 5. (ANP) Guard Roger Al- elected to the 1963 to reshuffle the Tigers
.
the best team in the Southwestern Conference.The
Grambling Tigers to a higher spot In the league Topps Rookie AllStarTeam
on their calendar as it ford and fullback Dick hoping to come up with a
grid race.: ..................... it was announced. winning combination for 44-6 battering the Panthers gave TSU recently
will be a red-letter day Leftridge, a couple of
-rapid-fire order, The Tigers captivated a with a special meaningfor 228-pounders. are not They are: Jesse Gonder his next game against erased any lingering doubts from my mind that they
Catcher. New York Mets
coachesscouts and writers' crowd of 20,129 fans--- the future of outdoor only the first two Negro Central State eleven are heading for a national title showdown with the
and Tommy Harper, out-
October 19 in W.J. Hale
armed with of recreation in players to make the Uni- ,
stockpile
a
largest in the school's fielder.Cincinnati Reds. Stadium. power-laden Florida A&M Rattlers in the Orange
Florida. According to versity of West Virginia
.information that The full of the
agreed. roster
history---in a see-saw A. D. Aldrich. director. football team, but among Suffering two straight Bowl sometime in December.

-it would be presumptuous battle with Southern Uni- Game and Fresh Water its leading stars. team is: setbacks at home the PV s fortunes rest on such stars as tackle Carl
Rusty Staub. Houston C.

to discount the Tigers. as versity. The contest found. Fish Commission.citizens interested in. coached The Mountaineers by Gene roru Pete Pose.Cincinnati.2B.Pete Merritt-coached State eleven Tennessee is now- Robinson, a 268-poun-ler; end Otis Taylor (215);

.bot.tenders. them obligingly bunglingaway the outdoors will have who has treated Alford Ward White Sox. 3B. 1-2 on the season and Quarterback Jimmie Kerney (190) ; guard Walter
a touchdown lead late the same Al Weis. white Sox, SS.
Grambling had been pickedto to .Leftridge Central State Marauders
the
opportunity approve -
Vic Davalillo. ClevelandOF Ford (209), and halfback Fzell Seals (215), all
as any other of the will invade Nashvillewith
accelerated
finish third.Performing in the fourth quarter.'We an
outdoor program by regular players are Jimmie Hall. Minnesota a perfect (4-0) obvious candidates for All-American honors.
without the looked acceptable in OF- Tommy Harper
voting for Constitutional currently enjoying one eason. Also weighing heavily in favor of the PanthersIs
magnetic names of a year spots/ he said, viewing Amendment 13 at the of their better sea- Cincinnati, OF. Jesse 'We welcomed this
Oonder.New York Mets. C. the fact that they are also a hungry football
elec sons. week's rest Coach
November 5 general
film 'but
ago Coach Eddie Robin the'Southern tion. Alford. from FJrtersville. Ray Culp. Phillies. RHP. Merritt revealed "this team, eager to recapture its lost title laurels

son' s brash, young opportunists the efforts of some of A vote for the Amend- Ohio across the Gary peters White Sox, will give us time to revamp from last year's conference champion, Jackson

started par- these youngsters won't ment will allow Florida border from West Vir- LHP. our offense and
to" borrow enough hard- ginia's Northern Pan- The members of the especially the time we State..

laying promise into per- show up in the short- cash to finance a land handle, is 5' 10" and rookie team will be need to find a new offensive As this is written, the Panthers are girding for

formance Saturday night. range won-and-lost column. buying program plenty rugged. honored at a lucheon at group." their Cotton Bowl showdown (Monday Oct. 14) with
the WaldorfAstoriaHotel
I From the latest move,
in New York Cityon stubborn Wiley, but the contest should end In PVs
Coach Merritt will be
1- I October 24th when shoving more work on favor. .
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TAlE YOUR PICK-College football once again cores presentation in the Gator Botl. Photo left shows: 'pix a display of a portion of the South Carolin their outstanding field general- passer, Bobby

into its own here Saturday night when traditional] Coach Willie (Hoss) Bracy's Benedict Tigers which ians' Beef Trust'.Photo rightCoach Cy Mcclarien'sWildcats Frazier who has since graduated. This year's, attendance -

rivals. Bethune-Q>okman and Benedict Colleges clashat two weeks stunned the world
ago sports by holding
won last Classic
year's 25-20 in a brilliant is expected to outdraw the 1962 estimated
8 p.m. for the third annual Jacksonville Classic the awesome Fla. 'AMI Rattlers to
14 points. Center
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Miys Aaron From Mays-Goulds Friday. Night
Program Ends Successfully

Howtfd, White Undefeated Dragons Face Test College FootballEdward

The "Fiery Dragons" of Douglas Anderson. High

Are CitedNEW School Waters 18.,!. .... ..,* ... .Albany State 0
the only :undefeated sepia football team in

YORK (ANP) Bethune-Cookman 29..... ... ...Morris Brown 15
the city, will have a lot at stake when they meet r Y ..:... ;: .

Four Negro players were ; Fdr Florida 10 .. :. .* ..* :. . .. .. Alabama 6
named last week to the Mays-Gculds High. of,Miami. in the Myrtle Ave.Ball::

United Kentucky St. 19. .. .. ... .. Central State 6
Press Inter- park, Friday night, October 18th at,8 p.m.

national's 1963 major Coach Nathaniel. ... ... ... .......... 1s Florida State 35....... ...... ....... Wake Forest 0

league all-star team selected Washington and his staff e rs. have been. working Va. Union 13 . . . .Elizabeth City 0

of by all 24 experts players, in in have been burning the unusually hard because' N. ('.. College 7. .. .... .. .. St. Augustine 6
survey ; (4-i
"midnight oil" tryingto they know what to expect r _
the National and American figure out how to during this import- Clark 42. . . . .. . Tuskegee 0
'Ieagues.Tan .
keep Goulds, one of ant inter-conference Alabama A&M 34. ... .... .. .. .. .. Fisk 16
stars named' to the
Miami's "Big Four" tilt. every effort is .
team, and their positions Southern 14. .. .. . .. ... Arkansas AMI 0
from repeating last being made to get all .
are: year's 50-0 thrashing Players injured during L k Jackson State 22.. .. .. .. .. Alcorn A&M 13

Catcher. Piston Howardof which was issued in the DA's latest 27-0 vic- 8 Grambling 39.. .. .. .... Miss. Vocational 6
the New York Yankees
Magic City. Coach Washington tory over Stanton Vocational -a I1
first baseman Bill Hampton 20. ... .. .. ...... .. .... ....Mo rehouse 6
stated that he ready to go a-

White. St. Louis cardi- heard that the Pans, who gainst the mighty Goulds Texas Southern 33. .. . .. . .. .. ..Bishop 6
nals and outfielders .
Willie Mays and Hank average 200 pounds from Rams. .. : .- Morgan State 10....'............. ...Maryland St. 6
end to end. are even All friends, patrons,
Aaron of the San Fran- S.C. State 22..J.C. Smith 16
bigger than last year boosters and alumni of

cisco Giants and the and have been tearing- DA are urged to be on Ft. Valley St. 13.. .. ..... .. ... Savannah St. 6

'Milwaukee Braves re- them-up in Miami. "We're hand Friday night to 4 .. Virgin. St. 20. .,' . . . .. Shaw U. 6

spectively.Substitutes include. forced to rewrite our cheer for the royalblueand :Benedict 24... ... .. .. .... .. ..Knoxville 0
offensive book for this gold and keep the
Farl Battey. Minnesota
game."stated the coach, Dragons rolling toward -
Twins catcher; Orlando Defensive Coach Harold their most successful Pro FootballCleveland

Cepeda. Giants first 0. Hair, whose charges football season in the
base; Julian Javier. THANKS TO the generosity? of local sponsors, Simond Johnson Playgroundwhich
have only given-up 18 school's history.Hc.T.erin' 35..N York 24

Cardinals and Tommy points all season has sponsored the Lorenzo Bryant Memorial Softball League, was able to Chicago 52..................... ...Los Angele 14
Davis and Robert Cle-
been holding 'skullsessions' Hfuk's present handsome trophies to the champs, runners-up and other winners in Baltimore 20. .. .. .. ... ../. .. .S8D Francisco 3
mente of the world champion -
and runninghis
Los Angeles Dodgersand through various categories. Brenda Thomas and Amos Bailey o/ SJP display the .Boston 29. .. .. .. ......>.... .. Oakland 14
players new '
the Protoge Wins St. Louis . ..':." '-. : .. .Pittsburgh 23
Pittsburgh: defensive formations designed trophies which were given, to the league by the following: Ritz .Theatre 24. ...MIt".i. -rr..
rates. the ..; Philadelphia 37.. :: '.!.. .. .Washington 24
to help ease Little Foxes Shoe shine Parlor, Wilbert Davis Confectionery, Florida "if--
Named among the pitchers tremendous weight advantage LOS ANGFLER (ANP) STAR, Dallas .......... ........Detroit 14
CSC Grocery, Otis Johnson Barber ShopPepsi-Cola Co. Cavalier: Cleaners ,: 17..J 1''<7'*4 -__
was righthander Juan of the Adolph pruitt. a _lightweight .. .. ..... .. Minnesota 28
37.
Dragons. Cleo Breaker. Mgr. -E.- '- : r .:: .;, Green Bay ...- ......- .:.!-! .!,...!
Marichal of the Giants. The Anderson football- protege of former Buffalo 35. .. .'.. ... ..... .. ......Kansas City 26

triple-crown boxing Protests Against Sox PiratesTo FLORIDA STARIN San Diego 24..... .. ..... .. ..... ... New York 30
champion "Hammering"Henry EVERY .
Dr. P..--R. PALMA Houston 33.. ...... .. :........ .... ..Denver: 24
.. Armstrong' last Remain NAACP Head States COLORED HOME
'' Ucute and Chronic Diseases week stopped Willie I

Woods. 136. in the second TAMPA-'COntrary to the belief of Dr. William H.
.Medical I plus Manuel. Corrective t i round of a scheduled
Higgins, Palatka,Florida dentist the protest to the
,Healing Therapies i -' Colomc I Irrigations eight-rounder in which BLENDED WHISKY,!( PROOF 15% WIll NEUTRAL SPIRIT OtMI SCHENLCY DISTILLERS CO UC
Pruitt was making his Pittsburg Pirate Ball Team will remain' stated
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Phone EL 3-1940 Los Angeles debut. Robert W. Saunders NAACP Field Secretary. Saunders'

; With Armstrong in his
statement was made in answer to a criticism ofa
,t: 1120 K" (, Myrtle Ave corner whispering instructions -
'
.." in his ears. telegram sent by the NAACP official to the team
Next Door :"n Dixie Pharmacy .:. _.
Pruitt started gunningfor requesting that guarantees of nondiscriminationagainst
woods early in the
minority members be assured before .
group
+(I ;'*< ?:*You Don't) Have To Go To Town To Get fight. He blasted Woodsto -

the canvas after 1.14 farm teams are stationed in the City of Palatka for

LOW PRICES of the second round and training purposes. .**....*......*..*... y'I

.. Peferee Jimmy Wilson The criticism of the authorized, and.:he is

stepped and halted the telegram was made by Dr. presuming too much"
"''''
On Your contest. Higgins in an article the paper quota Higginsas
: "1'... ; Armstrong was the first which appeared In the saying.

-DRUGSTORE\ NEEDS, and only man in boxing Palatka Newspaper. The "Commissioners and

history to hold three paper quota Dr. Higginsas others expressed i ihf.4.
Trade With Your Neigh! buihood Drug Store r.. ; brt.
.
major titles at the same saying that 'ap- prise over the telegram
*E WILL MEtT: ANY PRICES ADV. IN, YOUR) LOCAL-.PAPa'JS.We < time after he won the parently Pobert Saunders because there have' -been"

Deliver-Wc also Fill All Doctor's Prescriptions Featherweightwelter- head for the state of no racial, ,disturbancesin ,

weight and lightweighttitles Florida has been sorely Palatka and race relationship a

from Petty Saron. misinformed' about the :has been
.. ixi.Pharma
c.y Barney Poss and Lou racial situation in Pa- amicable," the article

Ambers. latka." continued.

'. 1312 .top( Read at Myrtle Amne.y Hairraering Hank as He stated that Saunders : In his reply to hrltlclsm.

Tees 5559798PAY he was called specia- telegram did not- ''rep- Saunders
Elgin
-, lized in a whirlwind resent the opinion of stated that Contrary
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two-fisted attack ith: the Negro community and to Dr. Higgins_ I hare
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Y88R LIGHT WATER AND. TELEPHONE
which he hammered his that Saunders can in no met with,NAACP representatives

.L BILLS AT OUR STORE : : opponents into submission way speak for the peopleof of'NAACP from r
.: .. ...
----.' -< Palatka. He is not, Palatka an.d..baItttep; r
I II I advised that-tfie-pr&te t

should not be wlthdrawh.; cene

.' T000OE I The building of special, ,e 6ses_ave 3,
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quarters for the teams

!.And the fact that these' sk.cra 4 .
quarters will be "inte kZr.f

-. grated does not settle
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tion practices in that

ES cammmi t7."he said.


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SELL!;: DCNE -- The Duval Board of County Commissioners photo left Northwestern P.rincipafo.H Argrett Sr. Julian warren and Bob Harris look on. In center Stokes said the needs of the county schools will '

took time out Monday afternoon tel inspect (third from left) congratulates Parks' 'and Play- photo Northwestern's paved trackIs inspected by
be taken care of according to enrollment. Northwestern -
the 2000 yards of recently completed side- ground Oonaissioner T.K. Stokes (second from left) the officials. Northwestern Athletic director-
is the county's largest high school.
walk extending to Avenue B and paved track at on completed projects while Commissioners from
Julian
Coach Walton takes
officials on tour of out- (Royal Art Studio Photos)

Northwestern Junior-Senior High; School Mondcy. In ...left Lea Merrick, Board Chairman Fletcher Morgan, ,r-,door athletic plant It. photo right. Commissioner_.. b..

. Station WAME Adds New Feature To Personnel
Negro Mrs. T.H. Jonesomens Club Celebrates
Beach Group Daylight i Contracts With 'Star'To
P.adio Station ffAME. the top Negro air personalities another big programs

station that set Miami and Pythm and blues DaySpeaker Anniversary Oct. 20
Will 1 Offer Weekly Food Vihws
I listeners really talking music, did it again this 'Manager Murry Coroner Carry
last week by switching to At t BethelMrs.
week, by announcing3rd announced that the station The Good Samaritan Service SundayElder Daylight Grocery will utilize the pages of the
"" Thelma Jones will cele-
had made an agreement Sewing Circle
Florida Star to list a number of its week-end food
with two Negro attorneys will be the principal brate its 20th anniver- P. Cooper and co

I Set 3m Center to act as co- speaker Sunday, Oct. 20 sary Sunday. Oct. 20 workers of the Church values, according to an announcement bar advertising ;

I hosts of a nightly dis- at 11 a.m. when the women from 4-6 p.m in Brooks of the 'Living God. Atlantic director, Meyer Cohen. ........................
.,.. ,. .
-""""'J"i cussion called of New Bethel AMF will con-
program Prayer House, Kings Rd. Beach represented in nearly
!__'_Mvrlla Av* 4 A A**"**** Pftnn* Fl 4. 146R Hot Line. Church observe their and Tyler St.Wellknown duct services SUnday The grocery chain which
every phase of the fires
The Hosts. Harold L. annual Woman's Day pro people will Oct. 20 in the House of operates several storesin
Straight Week by Popular Demand
Brayaon. and Donald gram.A appear on the program God, 1855 W. 27th St. the Negro sections operations.
MEDIUM MULLET heeler Jones will have member of Bethel Institutional and the club with the at 3 p.m. Simpson said he hoped
contracted for
guests interviews and Baptist largest membership on The program is being one-quar-I'I Negro citizens would
NOT 20c. BUT 5 100 will take live phone Church Mrs. Jones is a hand will receive a carried out In behalfof ter page starting this
LB.APALACHICOLA LBS. patronize Florida Star
calls on the nir from faculty member of New prize._ The program fol- the annual Women'sDay week (see page 5) to
listeners. The program Stanton Senior High lows: observance. Elder advertisers. He pointedout

,. iC TESN DRUM JSHEEPNOSE will be the first regu- School and is a memberof Opening song; prayer, J.M. Tarver is host list several of its best that the only way of

P larly scheduled show in Alpha Kappa Alpha Mrs. Viola Jones; 23rd pastor. values for the benefit
knowing which firms 'real
the Miami area on which Sorority.She Psalm, audience; introduction of Florida Star readers.
Lb. 35cILb. 29C Lb. 35C the Negro point of view is an eloquent of mistress of ly appreciated Negro p* -

I will be expressed.The speaker with a broad and ceremonies, Mrs. Beatrice Jethro Case Eric 0. Simpson, pUb- tronage is when they employ -

"With That Toni-e-the-See" Flaw VAMP radio will he timely knowledge of her Copeland by Viola lisher of the Florida

SHELL OYSTERS VIA RUSHED TRUCK I $5O BUSHEL on the air every night subject matter. Jones welcome address. Goes To Star Papers said he was Negroes and advertib'e -
from eleven p. m. to one The general public is Mrs. Mattie Calhoun; response in 'the Negro press.

FLORIDA GREEN LOBSTERS mi HOLDING Ib.: 69c a.m. and is the end result invited to join with Mrs. Willie D. "very gratified" with USE FOR OLD PAINT
of discussions Bethel membership in Grand JuryJETHRO Daylight's decision, be-
TRC'VAL SHRfMPORAMA SALE begunin s Lucas; piano selection. How many cans of old, sur
mid September betweenthe observing the special Miss Cheryl P. Culbert; cause the move on thetirm's face-crusted paint have you rot
LARGE SHRIMP t,. 89c station Managementand progran. solo Mrs. Callie Down- in your garages Well, each one

[MEDIUM SHRIMP t,. 69c Pev. Fdward Graham. A highlight of the ing;. history of club, t part will rendera Just is a Ignite source with of long-lasting kerosene pouredon fire.

D..c..<". in.10-Lb. Lett evening program will be Mrs. Thelma Simpkins; great service to Flori- the surface and it will burn
"'
THE PEOPLE'S the concert performed by solo. Richard Davis r i:!..' da Star supporters and .with a hot but smokey flame.
STANDARD OYSTERS Vz Pt. 60c Pt. $1.15 the ranking New Stanton introduction of speaker, ntt '
NEWSPAPERl shows that the company is
SELECT OYSTERS . . Pint $1.30 Glee Club under the Mrs. Otrie L. Kirkland; 1
Q Help Wanted
j direction of Dr. AlphaH. speaker. Mrs. Irene supporting local Negro

Moore. Washington; Wilbur Jones % enterprise as well as Men & Women
The group will feature will be the piano ac- i
The STRAND experts from the ex- companist.Northwestern. the Negro press which Newspaper PNSHM!

travangza recently pre- campaigns for community
FeatureStarting SundayFA1LSIIFiZI1RLLLSTh sented in Miami at the For Florida
Double inprovenent Newspaper chain
Zeta phi Beta Boule. A
pleasant event's enter- P. T A. Slates KEN TY He added that he is Male

tainment is promised who First MeetingThe equally gratified that NewsmenReportersPhotographers

will have the good PTA of Northwestern Jethro Kenty 28, 21819 several other firms are
fortune to attend the
SW 114th Avenue, was
JuniorSenior High School utilizing the 'Star' with
concert. bound over to the grand
will hold its first meeting jury for the August 16 great success to adver- Adv. Salesmen

of the 196364 school shotgun slaying of Cleo- tise their values to the
Gateway Barracks dis Mathis, 37, of South Women
year Monday evening Negro buying public. S
Dade. Kenty formerly Stenographers
October 21st at 7:30 p.m.
Meets SaturdayGateway li (good in Bigllflfa)
in the school cafetorium
that address. accord- several of its

I IiVi Barracks and with Mrs. Georgia GLens Ing to police reports.Investigating Positions opea.fn
Negro personnel to higher
I
: 3131 veteransof
Auxiliary, president* presid- officers several Cities
World War 1, will said that an argument positions, with the result -
ing. WRITE FULL DFTAEL8EducationE:9lerioe
meet Saturday at 2 p.m. started and Kenty went that Negroes are
in Joseph H. James Cen- Plans for the year will _
ii i s f The into the house and came :
iAmonstrous attack ter, Hurst and GrunthalSts. be discussed, membership out with a 12 gauge DON'T TRADE YOUR CAR
of the

A duel treacherous with the -s j ,P' f giantrocs.. All. Buddies and ladies drive will be launchedand he shotgun.shot the It is victim alleged in Hate It RecKHlitiefied At P.1. Itl HI,

mailed fist1 are urged to be presentand registration of patrons the neck, killing her J leU' lie 1, ft*.
EDDIE BLAND MOTORS
are requested to and teachers will instantly. Officers ar-

The bring a new lady inte r.i ved. on the scene Pay As Little As
be on the agenda.
y'! five- rested in joining the shortly afterwards arrested 5.00 Per Mod Also Wanted
headedscylla organization now that Parents of graduating and charged him

,, wnthmg tangle, a the 1964 membershipdrive students are requested to with first degree mur- 655 W. Adams St. Newspaper Afpufs
is on. der.
venomous be present. EL 4.1151
man The Auxiliary will All Fbrife Clbe.MOTLEY .
w- -w. kilter!
serve barbeque and other -

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LIVER $1.00
INVASIONS Lovely furn. pt. for 49
SALMONS can POTATOES 49* pNA

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F5 WE IN RAIDSGUARANTEED RED BOT SMOKE NECKS $1.00
.., I. .. FRESH GROUND PORK( (lull .IL
BOB BALL N.T. LIVE-IN SAUSAGE 39 Ib.
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