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Title: The Florida star
Uniform Title: Florida star (Titusville, Fla.)
Alternate Title: Star
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Publisher: S.W. Harmon
Place of Publication: Titusville Fla
Creation Date: December 7, 1963
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Dates or Sequential Designation: Began in 1880; ceased in 1917?
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An ToBar AME laymen's revolt shin money ,, WITH NEGRO LEADER Fi

against paying for inflated On Sunday

membership moved 17, _

into another critical loose in St. * * * k, ,
stage last Sunday when and police 0'a- ;!
Leaders LaudPresident's
officers of the church in to quell Top Rights Tallahassee Commission S:

locked the doors bance which I
otJacksODville's
Stand
St, Paul when Rev. R. Civil Rights Probe Of Racial Activiti .
AME Church to barred the attempted WASHINGTON -- Meeting with President *
pastor from entering the church Johnson in scheduled individual sessions TALLAHASSEE--During its e DftnelinaL, ,. _
pulpit to conduct services reading a his week, five top Negro leaders of national Monday, the Leon County Grand Jury was
called for I j I :;i; civil rights organizations pledged asked to investigate racial activities of

The minister from their support to President Johnson to help students from.florida MM and Florida
move was made against -
civil .:..e.............
Rev. R.J. Blaine services |iiira achieve President Kennedy' = State University re-:
who according to mem- A bearing rights legislation. * The Quest was urged city.

bers, withdrew $2,300 trell and Conferring with the President executive council vice by the City CowtisRlon It was reported that
from the Barnet National Williams, St. ere Roy Wilkins, president.In several months ago, and investigation of ntvdciit
Bank by having the authorized bers charged !' Fxeuutlve Secretary of a statement signed during Monday' a preliminaries demonstrations was made
names on checks orderly the National Associationfor by the five leaders several officials after stvfeaU diHtrlautftd
changed at the bank and disturbing the Advancement of pledging their supportto from both universities leaflets callingthe
replacing them with new ship is : Colored People; Whitney President Johnson s were seen entering oentef of court
names. before Young, National Urban program, the letter said: the grand! Jury cenviotioas of 37 students "
a mockery of Jus
The Stewards and Trustees Peace Sarah League Director; Dr. Martin "Auong President Ken- room
in a resolution Meantime, | Luther King Jr. Pre- nedy's unfinished busi- The commission asked tile According to circuit
had advised St. Paul's National Bank sident the Southern thQ grand Jury to determine -
:. of ness is the enactment ofa court judges in this
whether
pastor that they would ed the Christian Leadership Conference strong civil rightslegislation" some
area, the grand Jury can
pay for 1205 members at frozen until ; James Farmer, the Coun- college students are
be called to investigate -
upon
$2 each per half-year, of the Director of the Congress cil for United Civil attending college to
matters affecting -
refusing to pay for tures is of Racial Equality and A Rights Leadership said. receive an education or
the welfare of
1505 members which they Suspects Philip Randolph, presi- 'To complete this mis- whether they are here or
for other unknown rea- the city county.
claimed to be Inflated. dent of the Brotherhood sion would be an honorto
In Car Porters the sons...poshi J'y to dis- Parents Filt
However, Rev Blaine, of Sleeping his memory
like several other pastors and only Negro AFL-CIO leaders concluded. turb the peace of thevlrtndcent

1 who have, allegedly -", Shooting, ,. { Second leySuiF
either, been mashed pressured.that the. Charged with 1 Pi as-En; *ered: :" '-' (oilty >

and
murder
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Bishop's quota be met by murder, two i A RtANNA--4w their:
the church or proceededto bound over I In White Man's DedthST. second court action,Bay

find other means of Court last ; .. County Negro parents
providing the member- tice of AUGUSTINE -- Arraigned degree murder and Goldie reacn the friend home filed a school inte-
) in St. Johns Eubanks Sr. charged instead of proceedingin gration suit against Ifc?
Htro Wi.sCOlleil Bryan. County Circuit with being a more direct route. .
an
Lodged in Court accessoryin U.S.District Court here.Led
here last week four the death of WilliamD. Witnesses for the pro- by Rev. Timothy
under $8.000
Race local Negroes, indictedfor Kinard. secution said that when YOU tbood, presidentof
are Jesse the' Oct. 25 fatal Kinard was killed while the whitemen were riding the Panama'Ci ty chapter -
In LawteyLAWTEf ton.and 18, 714 shooting of a white man, riding shortly after through the area, they of the National Association -

Robert Scott, St. pleaded innocent before midnight through a pre- heard a rain of gunfire.A for the Advancement -
ton 28
a construction worker, Street. 10)f Judge Robert Wingfield. dominately Negro resi- rifle bullet struck of Colare]
became the first Negro Although no date was dential area.Earlier Kinard in the head and people, the Plaintiff
elected here when Police I set. Judge Wingfieldsaid he died a short time
i ever spects : testimony by contend tit at fft iUti..
he placed third in a Market at the trials wouldbe witnesses revealed later in a Jacksonville for Negro children in
for city held in February. .Kinard and his hospital.The .
seven man race Stockton and companions the area are .tOt e*.alto
The defendants, Richard loaded shotgun
councilman. were supposed to facilities for elute
However, according to attempted Allen Eubanks. 20.Than as have gene to the home of which Kinard was said children.
the owner Jenkins. 17, and Carl to have been holding
election officials. a friend and for some
The U. S. Justice Department -
Scott's win wasn't surprising 'hospital Barry,who" is Nelson Ginn, 20, were reason or other went went off, the blast effect in a suit
indicted for second tearing a hole in
since Negro two bullet 10)I out of their way to filed Oct. 15, co.-
is the car s floor.
voter registration
condition Witness MissingIn plained that morale ef
whites.said to outnumber the good.Star $2,000 Bond Filed Against military personnel stationed -
St. Aug. in the are was
Alleged Death Car's Driver&aaie
Will Photoirapk CaseST. affected by forcing
Shooting ro- .a children to attend -
rue wcrarjami, 9, or 1728 Ella; St.; their
To Drang Blossom ( AUGUSTINE Joyce plans for a joyous Thanksgiving holidayhad segregated IHIte! J s.
Green, said to be a key a ready been completed, but the ironic Plaintiffs further
Saturday Dec. I IH the day witness in the reported hand of fate intervenedand when the holi- stated that the federal
Blossom Classic will
Orange shooting of a white day dawnedrelatives and friends of little government allocated
of the biggest events in shotgun carrying car- Eddie were mourning his tragic passing.It nearly $3 million ia
and any number of groups rider here Oct. 25 is had just turned darkon .............. .. federal fends to aid
izations are devoting their she object of a wide that Wednesday night cling between 30 and 40 in the education of
to assure a gala time for search by local law before Thanksgiving when miles per hour in a 25 children SB military
And the Florida i Star with I i authorities, Peace Justice Eddie and his 11-year- m.p.b. zon e.Officers personnel stationed ia
Edition I I will I be there with
a Marvin Grier stated old companion, Tnaddeus also reported the area.
photographers to capture Nov. 29.William. Cobb 7916 Spires St.
ful pageantry of that David Kinard, were returning from a VA Returns

end. who was riding with two grocery store, their
There will be the pre-game white companions shortly arms loaded with fruit CoRtricter'sElijibility
and social affairs the after midnight, was shot and other goodies for
parade with beautiful I in the head by a rifle concocting ambrosia.
FAMU Marching band and bullet while passing Suddenly a speeding car
school units stepping through a Negro residential came out of nowhere and WA91IN8TCN A* orl-
sands lined along the parade area, reports struck Eddie, the impact btttlder who had his VA
all of it forming a stated. hurling hill eoae 60 feet, financing eligibility

beauty and gaiety. The victim died laterin but not before bin Icily >, ... a.apee41ed for retie c
'ati' to sell a BOM to a Nitro -
Whatever yerti do be sure a Jacksonville.hospital. collided with that of r .
your picture taken at the his companion knocking ,. '.i-, ...[ veteran IB July,
Photographers will be on Arrested since that him down and causing EDDIE MCFARLANDthe .has feeea reinstated by
the Sir John Hotel the tine and charged with bruises. boys were walking the Adaiaistratiot
House and the Miami varying charges relatingto At 6:30 0' clock, little on the edge of a poorly The sospeMioa statistBora
to take pictures for the Kinard's death are Eddie was pronounced lighted, narrow, paved and Hoe Limited.
Star Orange Blossom Richard EubankaCar l dead on arrival at Duval road without sidewalk was the first a.tit>*

will depict the event Ulna and Thomas Jenkins, Medical Center. The McParland youth was taken agaiatt a haa4 c
ning to end.Persons charged with second degree The caz' a driver, James said to have been wearing agency following Pre.i-
or organizations Border and Goldie Johnson 47, of 2930. dark clothes. deat Keaaedy's intiv
pre-game socials are invited Eubenks Sr., cited with Firestone Id.,w.. booked Johnson has been released order of Nov. M. 1H2
the Miami Florida Star being an accessory after in city Jail on charges on $2,000 bond banning disoriaiaatioa
photo service. The Miami 1 the fact of Border. of driving while intoxicated pending further disposition by firms authorized by
Star office is located at Arrested and charged manslaughter! of the case. tee U.S. .....,.
Third Ave. Phone FR 71025.Let's with being an accessoryIn failure to maintain con- The victim's funeralhas einetateatat of
make a date meet the disappearance of trol of his car sad excessive been set for Satur- eligibility was baaed.oo .
day at 1 .. in Bethel the Wltor pledgeto
Miami and be sure to get in Joyce Green is Clifton speed.Patrol.ED P. with
comply fatarcnondiicrislBation
ture for the Orange Blossom Eubanks whose bond has J.B. Mulligan AME Church, Second and
Issue and order copies.. 'to been set at $10,000, and P.M. Mulligan estimate Tyler Sta. Sowell Funeral certifieatee.
to your friends. (See page ) Grier said. Johnson -a' trav Home in charge.

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_1 THE FLORIDA. STAR Politics As Usual
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NEWS BY ERIC I. SIMPSINTwo

: Published 1 by The Florida Star Publishing CO.fem'ber aa. 1 Sri

Press"ERIC national Negro leaders both scored
of Associated
\ Negro
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I 1 r dv
n and warned Jewish audiences at the Conrad

0. SI PSIN.............Mmm EfttrALYSON ,P i Hilton Hotel last week to 'stop worthing
platitudes" and to begin acting in defense -
E. WISE...,..............Km Etf ..f of civil rights not only for the Negro -
xl t' .. but for mankind. .
HILDA WeOTEN.........GkcilatiM Mangir
Whitney Young, Executive Director of the

National Urban League, spoke at a meetingof
MAIN IFFICE & PLANT:
the Commission on Social
2323 Moocriet Road.....Pkwe Elgin 4-6782 t r 'iE Action of Reorm Judaism, a

_ joint body of the Union of

Mailing Address: American Hebrew Congregationsand

P. 0. Box 561, J2ckso.vilie 1, Flerida American the Central Rabbis.Rabbis Conference Martin of

."i MIAMI IFfICE I W 1r .. 4- Luther King Jr. addressed I
rabbinic and lay delegates to +

]38'KW,:. 3rd Ate. Phase 3771825 the UAHC's 47th Biennial Gen-

sr eral Assembly at a joint ban5IMProN
SUBSCRIPTION RATES -
f y STATES quet with the National Federation of
One, Year. $6.00 Half Years $4.00 Temple Sisterhoods. The Federation is

Mailed" to You Anywhere in the United States marking its :50th year with. the recent convention -
S ..
Subscription payable in Advance .Lfr 1 at the hotel.
Send Check or Money Order to: r Urging passage of the Administration's
civil rights bill. Young wondered why it
h FLORIDA STAR P. 0. BOX 561 j -.5 a was generally felt that here was a "radi-

Jacksonville 1, Florida cal and revolutionary' bill. "It deals

_ t, \ with things all Americans should be able

LETTER TO THE EDITOR79P DS : to take for granted--the right to vote, to

: get a hot dog at a restaurant to sleep in 1 1a
Street N.W. : hotel. "
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Washington. D.C. !'.- Young stressed common bonds and said
November 12, 1963 "Since you have also known oppression and
SEGREGATIONIST INTERPRETATION OF STATES RIGHTS
suffering you know what silence and inaction -

I can do. But he was impatient with
Florida Star Jews for using "phony arguments such

Jacksonville, Florida as 'why can't the Negro be like the

Jew?' '
Dear Editor; S leader was frankly impatient
The Negro
I do not know Mr. Paul Tuber, but owing to Your Weekly
denied
with Jews on several points. He
the fact he is an American Negro and I am
that there was growing anti-Semitism among
one too, it has done something to me as to
declared that what is mistakenfor
He
making me proud of being an American Negro.I Negroes. .
anti-Semitism. an anti-wtiit .ft*!-
know for a fact we the American Negroes Guide i '
Horoscope beco.es a
have men and women prepared in every way to ing. The Jewish storekeeper
attack the Jews jut
fill any posi timl. For many years many of symbol. The Negro may

us have benn deprived of the opportunities as he attacks his own leadership--but only

the the white Americans have had, prepared because he expects more from them. "

or unprepared.I Iy PABLO The ASTROLOGERWHICH tie castigated those Jews who go to great

pray to God that' if it is not contraryto lengths to voice sympathy but never to

his will that every American Negro ARE YOUR LUCKY DAYS FOR Drove their feelings. Young also loosed a

North East,' South and West will give Mr. barb at rabbis who he said, "mouth platitudes

Tuber their moral support. and salve peoples' consciences. "

I really want the white Americans to con- BUSINESS LOVE TRAVELARIES "They should keep their eyes on the

tinue to learn the American Negroes to a ... moral teachings of their faith and not on
large extent work: and play as well as pray, u- the faces of their largest contributors "

_ well together. Both demonstrated the above TURE. MAKE MUTUAL SECU- MAKING RAPID STRIDES FOR EACH OF YOUR LOVED he observed.If .

statement. My contribution, was among the Born March 21st thru RITY YOUR MAIN OBJECTIVE TOWARD YOUR CHOSEN ONES. YOU MAY DO BETTERBY .Jews and white people, in general, are

marches.} April 19th AND BUILD AROUND to get along he said
GOALS. YOU MAY HAVE VISITING SHOPS THAT with Negroes, they
Sir I-am sending you this article for THIS THIS I IDEA UNTIL YOU HAVE learn
SECOND QUARTER MAY RATHER AMBITIOUS IDEAS ARE OFF THE BEATEN PATH would have to to work with Negroes

what it may be worth. BE CONSIDERED VERY FA- DISCOVERED THE UNFAILING ABOUT GETTING ALL YOUR OR BY SENDING ORDERS ON and not just for them. 'They might even

I would like to subscribe %for the FLORIDA VORABLE IN MORE WAYS FORMULA. LOVED ONES TOGETHER AND FIRMS THAT ARE LOCATEDIN have to agree to work under Negroes or to

STAR. I will send a money' order for the 'THAN ONE. THERE MAY BE 2-60-88-16-93-268 TRY TO PATCH UP ANY DISPUTES FOREIGN PARTS OR follow them, since it is time for the Negro -
used to reading it each week, I
month. I am
OPENINGS FOR YOU TO CANCER
THAT COULD HAVE SPECIALIZING IN UNUSUAL to lead his own cause. The white .asii"
miss it very much. : REALIZE YOUR LONGRANGEAND Born June 22nd thru .! ";....;
CAUSED. AN ESTRANGEMENTIN ITEMS. YOU ARE NOT ONE munity, the business community t_
truly f
Miss Ondria Very King SECURITY OBJECTIVES. July 22ndPARTNERSHIP THE PAST.YOUR EFFORTSIN TO WAIT UNTIL THE LAST ligious community, had their opportunity

79-P Street N.W. Washington 1D.C.FREEDOM'S THEY ARE OBVIOUS THAT RELATIONSHIPS I THIS DIRECTION SHOULD MINUTE AND THIS POLICY for leadership and they lost it. "
MAY BE THE UPPER-
ONLY SHEER WILFULNESSON LEAD TO SUCCESSFUL RESULTS SHOULD ENABLE YOU TO Dr. King, who received a standing ovatiwi
t YOUR PART WOULD CAUSE MOST IN YOUR MIND. |IF WHEN YOU APPLY HAVE YOUR PREPARATIONS last week pleaded with his massed audience
ALLIES
YOU BELIEVE THAT SOME
YOU TO PASS THEM BY. ALL YOUR.QiARM AND PER- CONCLUDED OR WELL UNDER to write, telegraph, and telephone congressmen -
SORT OF A CHANGE IS
n PRACTICAL CONSIDERATIONS SUASION WITH TELLING EF- WAY BEFORE THE END OF and others of national influence
RATHER THAN AN INSATI- NECESSARY BE ON THE FECT. THIS SECOND QUARTER. urging them to vote for strong civil
a! ABLE BE LOOKOUT FOR JUST THE "
AMBITION SHOULD
n .:aP so-" ALTHOUGH 5-100-44-18-84-514 520581094528AQUARIUS rights legislation, "and to do it now.
RIGHT OPPORTUNITY. -
THE MOTIVATING FACTORS "If men of good will do that he declared -

A "i a BEHIND EVERYTHING YOU YOUR DOMESTIC SCORPIO Born Jan. 'we will be able to get our
: DO. YOUR FINANCIAL AFFILIATIONS ARE BEING Born Oct. 24th thru 20th thru
Feb. bill.'lie said that it was rumored that.
Nov. 22nd 18th
SUBJECTED TO STRESS AND 1
INTERESTS ALSO CALL FOR
not until the next session of Con reM8
THERE
is NO REASON WHY
STRAIN, THE SITUATION JUPITER RESUMED ITS DIRECT -
THE SAME CONCLUSIONS.IF
would the bill be brought to a vote.
YOU SHOULD NOT PROCEED
.
SHOULD NOT BE CON- MOTION DURING THE
I YOU STILL HAVE DOUBTSON
declared
4.F THIS SUBJECT, CALL SIDERED AS HOPELESS. WITH YOUR PLANS TO REWARD FIRST QUARTER OPENINGTHE "I say to you Dr. King
'that if this fails to pass our nation
AND ENTERTAIN YOUR
WAY FOR
ON THE PEOPLE WHO HAVE SERIOUS DISCUSSIONS MAY RENEWED INTELLECTUAL -
well be faced with an incurable cancer
DEAREST ONES DURING ACTIVITY. may
TAKE PLACE WITH SATIS-
THE BENEFIT OF MANY
EXPERIENCE FACTORY RESULTS FOR ALL THIS HAPPY SEASON. YOUR IDEAS THAT HAD MERIT that will destory our moral force--and it
YEARS AND WIDE .
CONCERNED. *,' FRIENDS MAY JOIN YOU IN BUT WHICH I COULD NOT BE is urgent for poople all over the net ton
TO GIVE YOU SENSIBLE 1- "
ADVICE. 8-70-59-10-58-879 SETTING UP THE ESSENTIALS UTILIZED FOR ONE REASONOR to see and to face the issue.

'* '\> BUT YOU WILL HAVE ANOTHER MAY BE REVIVED -
LEO
1-20-44-19-26-124 TAURUSBorn Born July 23rd thru TO TAKE SPECIAL PRECAU- AND GIVEN ANOTHER Mrs. Wright Is "Second Mother"Of

April 20th thru Aug. 22nd 'J&' -.'* WHEREVER IT IS REQUIRED. SELVES. MAKE FURTHER Speech
May 20th MOST OF THE I INDICATIONS '
MANY OF us ARE THE PRO- ARE EXCELLENT. THIS SHOULD ALSO BE A ADDITIONS TO YOUR WASHINGTON---(ANP)--A lone Negro woaan WM
PLAYRICUT-PRODUCER CORE SCHARY (center), National GOOD TIME TO BUY PROPERTY VALUABLE INVESTMENTSBUT
DUCTS OF THE ENVIRON- PERMITTING YOU TO CARRY singularly honored on Thanksgiving eve ae
Chairman of the i-Defamation League; of B'Nai B' OR TO LOCATE THE KIND PASS UP THOSE THAT
MENT IN WHICH I WE LIVE. OFF YOUR PET PROJECTSTO she was quietly escorted into the Howe
rith, was made a life member of the National As- WORK AND PLAY. THIS SUCCESSFUL AND PROFITABLE OF HOUSING YOU HAVE ALWAYS ARE CLASSED AS UNPRE- gallery before President Johnnon spoke, and
scrciation for the Advancement of Colored People in DESIRED. TENTATIVE DICTABLE. IF YOU HAVE
NECESSARILY LIMITS OUR CONCLUSIONS. DO seated directly behind the First lady of
special ceremonies in New York Roy Wilkins, NAACP AGREEMENTS MAY BE ANY SOCIAL OBLIGATIONS
OUTLOOK A SITUATIONTHAT NOT NEGLECT ANY WARNINGS the land Mrs. Lady Bird Johnson.
Fxecutive Secretary.looks on while Kivie Itap!eDl.), REACHED BUT YOU SHOULD HANGING OVER YOUR HEAD,
IS FAR FROM PLEAS- THAT YOU ARE EXPENDING Although the attempt was made to inconspicuously -
National Life Membership Chairman of the Association ALSO MAKE CERTAIN THAT
YOU WOULD BE WELL-AD-
ING TO THOSE WHO ARE CU- PREVIOUS VITALITY A BIT seat Mrs. Zephyr Bright, it..t
and a. member of ACL' s New England Board, presentsthe YOU ARE NOT UNDERTAKING VISED I TO HONOR THEM NOW
IOUS AND AVID TO ACQUIRE FASTER THAN MAY BE CON- to no avail for Mr.s. Wright-- More than
Life Membership Pin.Irrespective SOMETHING THAT MAY BE I INSTEAD OF LATER WHEN
KNOWLEDGE. IF YOU SIDERED PRUDENT. THEREIS 20 years a member of the Johnson household
FIGURE AMONG THIS CATEGORY MUCH TO BE SAID IN BEYOND YOUR STRENGTHTO THE HOLIDAYS HOLD YOU IN staff--was the only Negro ii, c.r near the

NOT JUST WEATHER YOU ARE LIKELYTO FAVOR OF ALLIANCES THAT MAINTAIN PROPERLY. THEIR GRIP. CONDUCT YOUR party of the First lady.

RESPOND MORE READILYTO 7-30-22-12-84-732 BUSINESS AFFAIRS ALONG When she first entered Mrs.
WILL BRING STABILITY TO Wright was
of the ethics or wisdom of
doing business with Russia, recent news accounts THE FORCES THAT ARE YOUR EXISTENCE OR THAT SAGITTARIUSBorn CONVENTIONAL: LINES AND placed in a seat in the second aisle iMbimi.

._ which tell of U.S. grain merchants NUDGING YOU EVER fOR- WILL PROVE TO BE AN EFFECTIVE Nov. 23rd thru LET OTHERS EXPERIMENTWITH that of Mrs. Johnson and her two ..peer..

meeting with Soviet officials to work outa WARD. IF YOU INTEND TO BRAKE AGAINST Dec. 21stIF GRANDIOSE IDEAS. One of the daughters when she discovered

possible deal to ship urgently wanted MAKE YOUR MARK IN THIS RECKLESS SPENDING. YOU WISH TO PLAN 370221984372PISCES that Mrs. Wright was there, turned and extended -

American grain to Russia, carry a moral.It WORLD AS A LEADER. 6-80-33-15-94-683 SOMETHING BIG OR SUR- her hand in a warn greeting of friend-
is the same moral that applies to China's FINANCIER OR IN ANY OF VIRGO vPRISING FOR THE MEMBERS Born Feb. 19th thru ship.

starving millions. Oppression and want go THE ARTS AND SCIENCES Born Aug. 23rd thru OF THE FAMILY CIRCLE. March 20th Shortly.Mrs. Wright was moved and placed

hand'in hand in the communist world. All TAKE ALL THE STEPS THAT Sept. 22ndWHEN YOU WILL HAVE TO INSURE THOSE WHO PLAN EVERYTHING right behind and to the left of Mrs. John-

property and people are under the ruthless ARE OPEN TO YOU TO DIG YOU RUN OUT OF ;YOUR TOTAL PRIVACY. SELECT WELL IN ADVANCE son where she remained during the too t ion-

control of government. farmer is a slave IN AND GET OFF TO A IDEAS. WHICH IS NOT YOUR HI DING PLACES ARE THE FORTUNATE ONES packed dramatic Inaugural address of President -

who does as he is told. The ruling class are PROMISING I START. L-IKELYS.YOU; RELY ON FOR PRESENTS WITH PARTICULAR WHO ARE NOT LIKELY TO Johnson.ANP .

politicians. 380331663381GEMINI THOSE AROUND Y gU TO CARE TO FORE- SUFFER BITTER DISAP' learned that Mrs. Wright married to

L fOUR FURNISH INTERESTINGTIPS STALL PRYING EYES AND POINTMENTS. THIS APPLIESTO samuel Wright, another member of the house-

PAST THIS WEEK Born !May 21st thru AND SUGGESTIONS. HANDS. YOU MAY COMBINEA BOTH YOUR, PROFESSIONAL hold staff and now White House servant of

June 21st ROMANCE AND PLEASURES PLEASURE TRIP WITH AND SOCIAL AC- the President. It was reported that he renders -
December 1810--Tom Hoiinemx. boxer was defeated TIVITIES.
8, NEGOTIATIONSTO
YOU MAY CONSIDER THIS ABOUND FOR THOSE OF YOU BUSINESS WITH PROFITTO a number of personal services to the
by Torn Critti, then British champion. SECOND QUARTER AS PARTICULARLY WHO ARE NOT AFRAID OF YOURSELF AND THOSE EFFECT RECONCILIA- President and is very close to him.
December 9, 1830--S.R. Lowery, teacher and airy TIONS MAY BE BROUGHT A
ARE ALSO
FAVORABLE. RELATIONS SEEKING ADVENTURE. BUT WHOSE INTERESTS Sources close to the White House said that
chaplain, was born. WITH YOUR LOVED YOU MAY ALSO HAVE TO INVOLVED. THIS IS ABOUT FEW STEPS AHEAD UNLESS Mrs. Wright came to Washington fros, Texas

December 18U5--IUUIUI L. Garrisoiuabolitionists, ONES IMPROVE" AND YOU ARE OVERTHROW YOUR MORE THE DATE USUALLY SET BY THEY ALREADY HAVE PRO- with the Johnsons, shortly after they were
-, was born. An editor and dedicated opponent of slavery MORE SYMPATHETIC TOWARD FRUGAL INSTINCTS AS THE POST OFFICE AS THE DUCED THE DESIRED RE- married.Mrs. .

he died in 1879. THEIR WISHES RELATINGTO THERE IS LITTLE TO BE DEADLINE FOR THE MAILINGOF SULTS. MAKE THE NECESSARY Fright was reported to be about the

December 10, 1942--Date of mortgage-burning for the THE YULETIDE FESTIVI- HAD ON TOO SLIM A BUD- CARDS AND PACKAGES ARRANGEMENTS NOW same age as Mrs. Johnson and: is consideredto
'Horr is*Memorial building. Sunday School Publishing TIES. YOU MAY HAVE HAD GET. ACCEPT NEW RE- TO OUT-OF-TOWN POINTS, WHEN YOU WISH TO SECUREACCO..ODATIONS be a 'second mother to be the two

Board; Nashville, Tenn. CERTAIN QUALMS ABOUT SPONSIBILITIES THEY 140331974143CAPRICORN FOR Johnson girls whom she helped to raise, it

December 10,1950--Dr. Ralph J. Bunche deputy secretary THE COSTS INVOLVED BUT ARE OFFERED TO YOU. *. SUBSEQUENT TRIPS TO THE was disclosed.Mr. .

;general of the United Nations, was awardedthe THESEEMS* TO BE PLENTY -55-18-46-495 Born Dec. 22nd thru LANDS OF YOUR DREAMS. and Mrs. Wright reportedly do not live

_ Nobel Peace Prize, becoming the first Negro so 'OF ROOM FOR COMPROMISE.THE LIBRA Jam 19th |IT IS RISKY TO PRO- in the Johnson household, but in their own

honored. CONCLUSIONS THAT ARE Born Sept. 23rd thru CRASTINATE IN THESE home in Washington.

December 11, 1912--Henry Armstrong, only nan to REACHED ENABLE YOU AND Oct. 23rd YOU SHOULD FIND IT A MATTERS AS THE DEMAND ..........................
hOld tbree zing titles atone, time was,.born in ,:'JOY AS WELL AS EXCITINGTO COULD BE HEAVIER THAN
YOUR LIFE OR BUSINESS YOU SEEM TO BE MUCH
St. Louisjao..,He began his career at the age. 'of A 17., PARTNER TO PROJECT YOUR MORE ENERGETIC AND CHOOSE THE: PRESENT YOU REALIZE:: April established 3. 1850 in- Olivet Baptist Churchwas
fight frig tb more than 400 encaiPmenta.; THAT YOU DEEM SUITABLE 94Q77174947 Ct'ago.
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Greetings To Her Majesty And Court "f


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ak With LOUISE GUINYARDThe
W. Edward Hendersons of Tyler Street were

Mr. and Mrs. Willie St. ; Girl. hosts over the week-end to friends from Gainesville

Young; 1126 W. 19th St.; Mr. and Mrs. James O Mr. and Mrs. Cornelius Norton and Mr. and

Girl. Glover; 5714 Sawyer Mrs. Coachman.Mr. ,

Mr. and Mrs. Oscar Ave. ; Boy. Norton is Supervisor of Education in Negro

ghtower; 1275 W. Mr. and Mrs. James Mallory Schools of Alachua County.
22nd St. ; Girl. 987 W. Ashley St. _
and Hesakiah ; ; ............................
Mr. Mrs. Girl.

Gamble; 6601 ClevelandRd. Mr. and Mrs. Mar.landS.kes
The Alpha Wives of Jacksonville entertained wives
.; Boy. 633 W. 17th St.
; ;
of visiting Alpha Phi Alpha Fraternity meabers
Mr. and Mrs. Thadis Girl.
here for the FAMUTexas Southern football ...lIe.
Newton; 5533 Vernon Mr. and Mrs. Bernard
Joan Epaul ding's Moncrief Road home, provided the
Road Girl.Mr. .
; Brown; 11B6 W. 22nd
lovely setting.
and Mrs. UlyseesHunt Street Girl.
5304'feunche ; Luther James is president of the local Alpha"
en Dr.; Mr. and Mrs. Tommy
Twin Uirls. Chandler 1269 W. 26th Wives Club.

Mr. and Mrs. Emory Ho- Street; Boy. : ..........................*..
well; 2756 GallowayCi Mr. and Mrs. Alonza

role; Boy. Green; 7135 Ken KnightDr. -i: ?r
The Welt+orn H. Wallaces of 2007 North Myrtle
Mr. and Mrs. Lonnie .; Girl.
Avenue held a delightful party after Saturday'sgame
Griffin; 4124 Lockhart Mr. and Mrs. Ear'
entertaining visiting and local friends.
Dr.; ,Girl. Smith; 1325 W. 20th St.; f _
Guests included Mr. and Mrs. Donald Brooks;Carl tea
Mr. and Mrs. Nathaniel Boy.Mr..
-R.H-1 and Sally Bryant: Carolyn Riley of Birmingham,
Glover 3701 Stuart St.
; ; and Mrs. John Good-
Alabama; The Clayton Thitfields of Alachua; The
Boy.Mr.. man; 1483 W. 26th St. ;
John Wards of Tallahassee (she is Jacksonville'sown
and Mrs. Travis
Knight; 4207 Spires St.; EOT.Mr.. and Mrs. Eliga formerly Arnett Scott); Aver Geneva Butler of

Girl. James; 3303 Ardesia Rd.; Daytona Beach; Shirley Johnson of Panaaa City;

Mr. and Mrs. Gerald Boy. Emrett w. Groomes of Jamaica, New York; S/Sgt.

Wells; 5052 Walcott Mr. and Mrs. Nathaniel William Guinyard of Tampa; Linda Mai press; and '

Avenue; Girl.Mr. Jackson, ; 1913 McMilliaar Paul tee Malpress.

and Willie Street; Girl.
C.
Mrs. MISS FLORIDA AtM, Barbara Williams of Jacksonville is shown .
Mr. and Mrs. Nathaniel being greeted during the colorful half- 55 555 55 S 55 55 5 50 5555 555 5 55
Smith; 4411 Homer Road; Brooken; 1725 W. 15th time ceremony in the Gator Bowl last Saturday night by Duval superintendent of Schools Ish Brant, one

Twins.Mr. and Girl Mrs.and Issac Boy.Hud- Street; Boy. of the featured speakers. Her majesty, a senior music major is flanked by attendants Lillian Pa- Rosalyn Moore sponsored the spectacular 'Holiday

1502 W. 31st St. Mr. and Mrs. Freddie tricia Jones (left) a Junior mathematics major, New Smyrna Beach and Sandra W. Stells, a sophomore Fahsions" held Sunday evening in the InterludeClub
son ;
;
Girl. Beaufort; 4125 Katanga music major from Pensacola. Others looking on from left are Monsolee Davis, chairman of the Jax of the Eldorado.

Mr. and Mrs. Washington Dr. S.: Girl. Chapter General Alumni Association; Chester Cowart, an escort, and Dr. J.R.F. Lee Jr., vice presi- Hattie Deveaux served as narrator for the event, .

Warthen: 235 Osceola ................* dent of Florida A&M. (Royal Art Studio Photo) and music was furnished by Gene White and his
combo. '

Rattlers' Supporters Remained Loyal 'Til The EndI Gateway Groups Set Joint Session Modeling the afternoon and evening attire were:

Juanita Prince, Eula Bell Thornton Gladys Crapp,

Gateway Barracks 3131any 18th. The past Depart- Rosalyn- Moore Tberrsa! Mackej and Annie Bell

i Ladies Auxiliary of ment Commander and Mrs. Sheep a rd. The charming mannequins also wore wigs 't',

veterans of World War I Harland J. Lloyd will be by the well known stylist, Mr. Charles. ,:t r

of U.S.A. Inc. will meet present to conduct the Fashions were available through the courtesy of "I.

in special Joint session Installation of officers Diana !; oPs.

Yi Saturday December 7th at and the dedication of .
-i r' 55555 55 555 55 555 5 55 55 S 55 555
2:00 p.m. in the auditorium charters and colors.

of the new JosephH. Barracks Quartermaster
James Community James E. Lang will be The thirteen members of Allegros Bridge Club

Center, 1631 Hirst Placeor on hand to take orders provided an exciting evening for guests attending
_
Gruntbal and 13th for caps, pins, etc. their harvest party held recently at the Edgewood

_ Streets.All that we might be able Lounge.In .
members are urgedto to turn out in full uni- addition to the superb music by tin- Gene White

be present and are form w Tanuary 18th, Combo, the champagne fountain overlooking the

- u rt also reminded that 1964 plans will be discussedfor Lounge's brilliant outdoor fountain attracted the

dues must be paid up by representation to attention of guests.

January 4th to be the Mid-Winter Con- L'All eros membership roster is comprised of Mesdames -
s Julia Hazard, Lucille Clarke, Vivian 0.
eligible to run for of- ference in Tampa Jan. 5.
Ingram, Marguerite Mitchell, Florence w. Turner,
fice. Election of officers The special feature of
will be held Saturday's meeting will Rebecca Martin,Elizabeth ReddingMildred Peterson,
Sadie Tillis, Geneva Henderson, Elizabeth Jasmin,
January 4 and the installation be the giving away a
Luther James, and Vivian Manigault.
of officers
large ham to the lucky
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PARTISAN SUPPORTERS to the Rattlers' cause durJi,t
the second annual'presentation of the Jacksonville Mrs. Charles Wilkerson Jr. and Dr. Alpha H. Moore, FERRELL DIAMONDS sensational home movie value
Schoo'I's
Classic last Saturday night In the Gator Bowl Stanton Senior High director of music.

against Texas Southern were, from left: Mr. and (Royal Art Studio Photo)


_ Stanton Sr. To Present FAMU GuildThe

New stanton Senior tion staff. However the Langston Hughes' It covers Gray Hair

High School staff and group will be renderingthe Simply Heaven ly" be- ff>. J. Brandt s Liquid
faculty will presentthe second edition of fore a sellout audience with CleciricCy MeteriMwftjtrree EVERYTHING YOU NEED
S :
EAU DENNA FOR
FAMU Playmakers its highly successful during each performance. t. |
Guild on January 23, American Educational Because of the wonder- HAIR COLORERWill t fens setting GORGEOUS COLOR

in the Civic Auditorium. Theater Association--The ful support on the part cover gray hair in 10 = MOWESJ r

the internationallyfamous United Service organi- of the entire communitywe to 20 minutes. No pack. No ..............................
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FAMU Playmakers zation and the United were inspired to pre- ess. Anyone can put it on ......
Guild will in turn pre- States Department of De- sent this wellknown
at home. 2b
sent "SHOWTIME" a fen se.New. group of university WILL NOT TUFN HAIR

variety show. stanton was very thespians annually. REDDISH Keystone
The famed Florida A&M / t
successful in presenting Serving as faculty coordinators It will not rub off it MM Get 3 kinds of shots without movingtepl
University thespianswill the FAMU Play- for the
stays several months.Shampooing.sea !
on
appear and perform makers Guild last year, planning and promotionof I 4 jAIIg&WIDE
under the direction of when the group gave a this annual school- bathing

Dr. Randolph Edmunds matinee and regular wide annual activitywill sun. permanent waving, s ". yet.aS .ANGLE REGULAR CLOSE.UPS

J and his expert produc- evening performance of be Mrs. Mildred J. curling or straightening

Hampton, Mrs. S.P. But- iron-cothing takes it off. '

ler, R. F. Roberts. Mrs. You can cover any gray ;/ "TUK RET C OMp iet.wit*
-ii '. 3' uper-fMM.I-'eate
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A.H. Wilson Mrs. M. B. -. "- ,' ,
4 hair no matter how stubborn ",- :: -
King Mrs. M.B. Streets, or bow caused. BLACK : (

,R.R. Robinson Miss L.E. stays BLACK. KEYSTONEONLY
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Solomon Mrs. M.C. i \ yJ
WONDERFUL FOR

Which holidaygreeting Thomas Mrs. G.C. Bowens TOUCHING UP '_ .t11 t'f4 ______ Turret Movie Outfit
Mrs. I. Sanders, Mrs. V. i.: '
Fol- DOES NOT INTERFERE: WITH
C. Wiles, Mrs. S.F.
is older. Mrs. M.B. MitchellMrs. Permanent Waving : _
som,
1 -k $99.9S KEYSTONE 3 Lens
G.B. Snyder R. CAUTION: Use as directedon

Jackson, III '..1. White label. Colors: Black. Pistol Gripoptional Turret Camera

thefirstChristmas Mrs. M. p. Gadling. T. C. Dark Brown. Medium Brown. NO DOWN PAYMENT Just twist the turret for teleptete.
Crompton. Sr. F.X. at slight 1 Yr toPAY wide-angle, normal. Easy to read
Price box $2.50 plus
Card per Electric meter correct
extra _ Eye gives you
Littlejohn, Mrs. I.I'arren Federal Tax. charge tens setting. Use same fm Indoors
and Mrs. L.H. Wil- and out with built-in fitter.
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. I Presliyteri.is Notes St. LukeBap' ChurchHoly Being Anniversary ObservedBy Missionaries ScheduleFirst --- CHURCH NEWSA Claimed Baby Contest Successful


N.
BY L.N. PEARSON. SR. Fete
Choir UnionsNightly Holiday Luncheon under sponsorhip of the Senior Members of the Sarah Ann
Sunday, December 8, has Rudyne Watson at the or- Communion will be Rev. Benjamin frazier
A observance of Missionary Society of Mt. Sinai Baptist Church will Green scholarship Fund
been authorized as gans. quartet com- administered Sunday durIng an associate minister at
MIsses its annual anniversary be featured Sun day,Dec. 8 starting at 3 p.m. in the wish to thank their many
prising
J 'LOyalty Sunday All Jacque- evening worship at Mt. Ararat Baptist Church
lyne Smith, soprano. program is being observed church auditorium. Appearing on the program will be friends and parents of
members are to pause at 5 p.m. the last Com- will be the main speaker
Mary L. pearson Alto. by the Friendly Rev. 1'.F. Addison Deacon Kimbrough, Mrs. Theresa the babies which pArtici-
home,think for a moment, Messrs. W. K. Harper munion of the year with when the Senior Women's Lockwood, Mrs. Juanita Priester. Mrs Gertrude pated in the recent Baby
Westside Choirs
Union in
then make a decision to tenor and Rutledge H. the pastor Rev. M.J Missionary Society of Morse of Mt. Moriah AME Church will be principal Contest for the success
come to Wuodlawn Sr., bass, will Trowell requesting that Mt. Sinai Baptist Church. Second Baptist observe
; i Pearson speaker. Missionary societies and the public are of the project which resulted -
and all members be present. The events windsup Fri- their first anniversaryDec.
Loyalty Sunday sing a special selec- invited. in the sum of
bring an offering. It is tion. Rev. Wilson has Consecration service day night with the following 10 at 8:30 p.m. in being raised.
A ttttttttttUtttUtttttttttttttt $191.67
t only as we get close to been advocating and for choirs 1 and 2 participatingduring the church auditorium.
turned
This SUB was over
.
others that we can help pleading from the rostrumto Usher Boards 1 and 2, the service.Processional Program features will
to the business office
Miss Mary Williams announces that the Excelsior
Rev. A.
of Deacons and Deaconess ; be presented by Excelsior
them, and the growth singers in the congre- ,
Gospel Singers will be featured during an after- -
Slater, prayer; Rev. Eo.
our church. During this gation to join the will be conducted by the Gospel Singers and
selection service recital Sunday at 8 p.n. in Mt. Moriah AME
Murray, ; Mrs.
week the district cap- choirs, and help buildup pastor at 4:40 p.m others. Mrs Junita W. +
Church. Rev. D.B. Thorpe pastor. Miss Cora Lee '
Joan Barney, introduction z .
tains will visit the a strong music de Sunday School begins s Armstrong, chairman Mrs.
of master of cere'-. Moore will feature several solos and singers and + -
homes of the membersfor partment. Now his efforts 9:30 a.m. with Deacon ,aggie Sloan Mrs. Y. -
monies W. r AIr the general rublic are invited. Mrs. Delores Jack- ; it
Deacon
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the purpose of receiving are coming into realiza Walker Lee West, superintendent Williams and Mrs. A. s ,
Smith master of cere- son and Mrs. Maryfrfealley are sponsoring the pro-
pledges for the tion. The addition of in charge Roulac comprise the program
monies; Usher union gram in support of Stewardess Board 2.tttttttttttttttttttUUtttttttt.
fnr the year 1964. Miss Jacquelyne Smith to Morning worship startsat committee.
Church School will begin the Westminster choir was 11 a.m. with the Dea- Gospel Chorus, select -
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at 9:30 a.m. with T. indeed a great help to cons in charge of devotions Friday MeetingRegular ttt

V. Huger, superintendentin our music department.Miss choir 1 with Welcome Mrs. Marie meeting of Anniversary observance by District 9 of Abyssinia
charge. Rev. F. D. Mrs. Maggie Stills Boston; response Mrs. American Legion AuxiliaryUnit
Smith is also goingto Baptist Church will be celebrated Konday night
Wilson will begin the pianist and Usher Board Elizabeth Crawford; Selection 197 will be held
assist Mrs. Fred D. Dec. 9 at 8 p.m. in the church auditorium. The
Morning Worship Serviceby Davis with the Youth 1 will serve. Friendly West- Friday night at which Fellowship anniversary will be observed Dec. 9-13

a short prayer with Choir. Convenant meeting will side Ushers union chorus time members will be requested in Mt. Ararat Baptist Church. Thursday night's ser- -

the choirs at 10:55 a.m. The Youth Program will be conducted by the pas history Mrs. Estella to pay their 1964 mon will be delivered by Rev. B.L. Wynn. Choirs and .
will also preach the tor. Barney; selection dues. \
He be held at 6:00 p.m. ushers will serve.
Willing Workersremarks; All officers and membersare
seraon, supported: by the
also evening Vesperswill
* and ben dicti n. urged to be present. RENEE ANDREA JORDAN
two choirs with Mrs.
be held at 7:00 p.m. tttttttuEttttttttttttttttttt ..Contest Winnerof

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The District Methodist Youth Fellowship will hold Edward Waters College


COMING YOUR WAY! FOLLOW THE CROWDS! GOD'S LAST CALL TO AMERICA! Church its retreat, Palatka Saturday, according at 10 a.m.in to Miss Emanuel G.L.Methodist Styles, where ladies three being deservingyoung aided

youth director. Those desiring transit)rtation are by the Fund are attending -

requested to contact Mrs. E.J. Rivers at Ebneezer day classes at the

Church for reservations. institution.An .
parsonage
1 I GREAT SPIRITUAL approximate total of

ttUttttUtttttttttttuttttttttttSunday's $168.00 is needed for

each student to help then
_- : Board meetings at St. Matthew Faptist
through the first seoes-
AWAKENING! Church will be scheduled as follows: Usher Board I
ter. Therefore, a balance
after Sunday School; District I at the church, 4
of $310.00 or more will
p.m. ; District 4 after morning .worship.. Choir 2 be needed to complete
: A.A.ALLEN : will meet with Mrs. A. lerry at 8 p.IP' Dec. 9 in

as her residence.


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WITH THE WORLD'S GREATEST MIRACLE Rev. D.B. Thorpe, pastor of Vt. "Moriah AME Church

REVIVAL EVANGELISTIC PARTY! bad. will deliver the principal address during the annual

ak ..-.... v:: ",. memorial service planned Sunday by IPBOE of W. in n
cC C CC Ii Elks Audi tor Jun, 712 W. Duval St. Members of Maceo

INTER-RACIAL INTERDENOMINATIONAL l and Pride of to be :
Lodge MUCK Temple are requested
DON'T BE DECEIVED BY PROPAGANDA! FOR ALL PEOPLE OF ALL CHURCHESDON'T
Music will be furnished
present at 2:30 p.m. by Day
HEAR THESE TIMELY SERMONS BY A. A. ALLEN
BE MISLED BY "POISON PEN"WRITERS Spring Baptist Church's Male Chorus under the direction -

"Coming World Government" of Sammy L. Davis. Program chairman Joe

Pauline and Exalted Ruler Leon GOnzalez wU) preside
DON'T LET RUSSIA BRAINWASH YOU "The Man Whose Number Is 666""IS

A CHURCH WASH PAN!
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"IS AMERICA'S RELIGIOUS LIBERTY BEING
THREATENED?"
GOOOOOOOOOOOOOGQOO:: : "WILL COMMUNISM RULE THE Rev.L.W. Howard, associate minister of St. Stephen ROBKRT: HWARD SIMMONS

CHURCH WORLD?" AME Church will be the recipient of honors Sunday .3rd Place Winner
Remember, enemies of the Gospel {sometimes
"WILL WE HAVE A GOVERNMENT evening for standing service given during his
disguised as religious people) are at work o bring the project for the first
CONTROLLED CHURCH? association. A is to be presented and tin
powerful: forces against Christians and Preachers program
school
half
"WHO IS BEHIND THE PRESENT SMEAR CAM year.
who stand for Healing and Miracles! Don forget, public is invited. A.number.of wellknown people public. and
PAIGN AGAINST HEALING EVANGELISTS? The general
"""*"*
r our constitutional rights of Freedom
Religious are will feature the
that C II) ,;' fJ U program. friends are urgently requested -
forces
being severely challenged by want a
Government Controlled Church in America! THOUSANDS SAVED FROM SIN IN A SINGLE OLD. to join the wa
FASHIONED ALTAR CALL f UUUL
mittee in completing the
Here are partial quotes from Brainwashing, a book HUNDREDS FILLED WITH THE HOLY GHOST
with part of Russia's instructions for destroying the IN A SINGLE SERVICE project in order to help

.' Church In America! "Ridicule and Defame the MULTITUDES TESTIFY TO MIRACULOUS qualified young peopleto
?\ ,. Preachers if they Advertise a Healing Campaign, DELIVERANCE FROM SYMPTOMS OF I DEATHS fi fiMrs. I] meet the requirementsof

.. cad H a hoax; the Church, especially the Healing SICKNESS, DISEASE DEMON POSSES. the space a_.
Campaign must be destroyed, even if you have to SION, MENTAL ILLNESS, NARCOTICS, ETC. Persons interested in
\ resort to wild lies, persona! defamations, false evidences ;
acquiring additional information -
and constant (bad) propaganda! PRIVATE INTERVIEWS WITH A. A. ALLEN AT Parthenia Austin, Mrs. Estella F. Deal relative to theCommittee'

(; 2:30 SERVICE FOR THOSE THAT ARE DESPER 1356 Florida Avenue. 1488 W. 5th Street.
HAVE YOU BEEN BRAINWASHED ATE AND FEEL THEY NEED SPECIAL HELP. James Benjamin QuarterLouis William Jones, s project nay

BY THESE METHODS? PRAYER. CARDS FOR HEALING LINE GIVEN man, 319 S. 10th St. 6204 Labella Street. contact Mrs. L.G. Gn-
(FREE) ONLY IN AFTERNOON SERVICE. wright chanriraH. Mrs.
Mrs. Nettie Broadnax Mrs. Minnie Graham, 2078
J.B. Epperson. Mis Polly

4 NO MAN CAN DO THESE MIRACLES EXCEPT GOD BE WITH HIM"ST. 713 Joseph Court Kennedy J. 1531 w.John 17th H.Street.Givens 1115 Brooks, Mrs. Claudis

Burris and Miss Delphine
JOHN 3:2 Clarkson Street. Oakley Street.
A. Thomas, secretary, of
Monroe Corbitt, 117 S. Mrs. Sallie Norman. 1512
'x 4 Myrtle Avenue. Harper Street. the coatiittee.
Y *****
Mrs. Molly Fuller 1007 urs. Gertrude P. Walker.

Grant Street. 7035 W. Virginia Ave. -

ii: Mrs. Mary F. Williams, johnny Jones 724 W. -ff1J!

3431 Ardisia Road. Duval street.




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ATLANTA DECATUR, GA. ,,4: ->i "t.. v fGUN 1010 KC 11: 30 A.U; E.S.T. FLORIDA GRADE "A" SMOKED
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_) Hundreds Pay Marriage Program Plans Completed South Florida AME ConferenceIs

Final Respect To LicensesWillis t f Convening In Miami's Bethel

ORLANDO-Bishop filliaa F. Ball, Presiding Pre-
Mrs. L. Coleman
Lee Wells. 475 W. late of the 11th Episcopal District, will preside

Hundreds of person from 19th St. 22 and Rita .t over the Annual Session of the South Florida Ooe-

all walks of life paid Coleman. 475 W. 19th St. ference in Greater Bethel AME church, Miami, De-

final respect to Mrs. 18. i L catber 4th. Rev. S.A. Cousins, is host pastor and

I Lucille G. Coleman. he- Raymond Haywood, 1135 Rev. Frank A. Allen, is host presiding Elder, of

loved educatorcivicleader McConihe St. 26 and 1iE- the Miami District.The .......................

3 whose rites were Cornelia E. DeVoe 5636 Bishop will be as- tor 0 f Bethel Church,

held Wednesday at 7 a.m. Dakota Dr. 23. sisted by other members Key West. Other sermons

1L' at the-family plot in Wilys Wilcox. 723K W. __ of his Cabinet which will scheduled for the meet-

Greenwood Cemetery. Rev. Union St. 21 and Rubie u include Rev. A.A. Wil- ing includes the pliseioa-

A.B. Coleman. pastor ofShiloh Lee Burns. 72354 W. UnionSt. liams, Presiding Elder, ary Sermon, during the

Metropolitan Bap- 20.Sherman. West Palm Beach District; candeligfet service which

Johnson 1347 Rev. James A. Roberts, will be conducted by Mrs.

Harrison St., 22 and Presiding Elder North Agnes Ball, wife of the

Sylvia U. Johnson. 1119 i Miami District and Rev. Bishop, and Mrs. T.C.

Spratt 19. j D.A. Russell, Presiding KelleyConference Branch
: Theo. Luke Philadelphia. Elder Ft. Pierce Dis- Missionary President.

__ Pa. .' "'33 and Lillian C. r trict. The Missionary service

Cobb. 1617 W. 17th St. The Annual Conference known as the ',.tt In
FIRST ANNUAL TFJ1 1 lo ircbers of Lincoln Business "
Mrs. Henrietta Wingate treasurer. Standing from which is the basic White will be held on
32.Robt. College Maidens Club ill be celebrated Sunl-o. -
Lee Saxon. 653 W. left: Mrs. Ida D. Ford financial secretary; Miss governing body of the Thursday' The Evangelism -
10th St. 27 and Lucy Dec. 15 froi 4-6 p.m. at Lincoln Hall.A varied pro Sermon oa Wednesday
Anna Bell Whitehurst. reporter Miss Catherine AME Church will bring
gram will be conducted and the public is invited.
653 W.
Mae Alexander. together Ministers and Night, will be preached
Richardson president_ ; Miss Lou Ann Bailey, Mrs.
Members seated from left are: Mrs. Gwendolyn Mil-
t tc x 10th St. 31.
W? Gertrude Harrison vice president and Mrs. Maude Laymen, from throughoutthe by Rev. S.L. Gay.
1193 statest. land, parliamentarian; Mrs. Alice F. Kay Miss
Henry Hart. A veil he, advisor. South Florida Area The Conference will end
Annie R. Sheppard secretary: Miss Gwendolyn Burr.
68 and Lucille
Each church Sunday afternoon, fol-
congregation
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tp Crier. 1060 State St. Northwestern Hi I-Y Moncrief ObservingJoint Fountain Chapel AME NewsRev. will have one layman as lowing the sermon by
36.
delegate to the meeting. Bishop Ball aad the
Sanuel Green. Jr. 1033E. DistributesHoliday AnniversaryThe The South Florida Con reading of pastoral appoints -
-----p Ashley St. 19 and 38th anniversary of F. W. Jones pastor sermon and Holy Com- ference which is the ents.
BasketsThe
MRS. LUCILLE COLFMAN who
was
Elizabeth L. Jones 824E. the church and the 7th reappointedto munion was administeredat largest in the state

tist Church officiating. Union St.. 21. senior Hi-Y organi- of its pastor which began flock lead during the the Fountain annual both services. The and one of the largestin Fleming Chapter
The brief but zation of Northwestern will climax 15-
impres- Monday choirs conducted a
Conference was given a the Nation will attract Plans Meeting
sive service included: Society Schedules J High Friday night for Mon- minute song service leading Ministers
warm welcome during the A.L.
Fleming chapter
,Selection 'What a School held its tradi- crief Baptist Church and prior to the 7 p. m. from throughout the
Religious Drama class meeting held 45 will sponsor a party
Friend We have in tional Thanksgiving observance its pastor Rev. Richard meeting and the sermon State, and many out of
Tuesday night. Nov. Friday night. Dec. 6 in
Jesus" ; invocation and Missionary Society in an inspira- Scott. was delivered at 7:30: State, This conference
26 in the church audi- the home of Mrs. Gertrude
scripture, Rev. L.J. Circle number two of Mt. tional assemblY.l'rogram Ministers and their torium. by the pastor. is the last General Conference -
Hatcher. 1765 W. 21st
? Coleman; acknowledgements Sinai Baptist Church Wednesday afternoon. congregationschoirs- During last week's services Sunday Nov. 8 will be of the Church
and condolences.Mrs. will present a religious Basket of food assembled and ushers conductedthe Sunday School hada celebrated as MortgageDay which will meet next corner of Fairfax St. ,
Rstelle Lovingood by the various nightly worship. of and Trustees Day May. Mrs. Eaa Watkins Kirkland -
e ; Drama. "The Royal Path large attendance
solo. Miss Jacqueline of Life." Sunday night homerooms for dis- Friday night Rev. E. visitors. SuperintendentD. the pastor announced. It The Conference will officially announced.A Worshipful. Matron

Smith eulogy. Rev. A.B. 'December 8th in the tribution to the needy Nails pastor of Good Jones and teacherswere is expected that the en- open at 10 a.m.
Coleman; committal and church auditorium at made a colorful and Shepherd Baptist Church in charge. tire membership will Wednesday with the ser- 10-pound turkey will
benediction. seven clock. abundant display. These and Rev. L. Clayton of delivered a fully support both vice of Holy Communion, be given some lucky attendee -
Jones
Rev. and lots fun
of
were later distributedby First Zion Baptist functions. and the Annual Sermonby <
will be inspirational
participants highly is in store for those
Gigantic Revival Mrs. Mary Harper. Mrs. Hi-Y members. Church will supervise. Rev. K.D. White, Pas

Begins Here Dec. 10 Carr Bessie Mrs.Carter Fannie Mrs.' Coley Ann, Call for Budget Terms attending.

,Persons of all denomi- Mrs. Florence Turner

nations are being cordially Nrs. "e11\ ttle..ebro by Phone ROCKS theMaritS
GATE CITY
invited to attenda Mrs. Flossie Rnim and

healing revival which Mrs. Ruby F. Herndon. E :,
.. gets underway here Dec. With This Sensational I Ii
marrator. L New ',' ", ,',,!,...'
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Music will be presentedby ::
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Armory.A.A. Mt. Sinai with Mrs. 5 T.: '," : J, x..." '

Allen who drew Catherine Sykes and CassW.

_ record breaking crowds Shootes instrumenta- 3
during his Armory appearance lists. Soloist will be

here last Mrs. Bessie Carter. Mrs. 4 INNERSPRIMG SOLD NATIONALLY--
October is returning Alice Burrough. Mrs. .
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I here again under the Flossie Rhim. Mrs. Nora 3 SLEEP SET! ys f > BUILT LOCALLY BY
auspices of the Jack- Anderson. Mrs. Edith GATE CITY

o .' 8nnypl( revival Center Jones and-E< H., H. 1 .
16th and Laura Sts. ..Rev.C.F. Benjamin. Mrs. Rena T

Hall pastor.According Owens of Bethel Baptist ( .: -
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Church will be guest Locationsto .e :A
.Hall. A. A. Allen drew soloist.The 3 r f a
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the largest altar calls play a one-act Servo You 4W$ 9' *.

he has ever witnessed. F
drama depicts the life rr +a y Y' yi ,+'
many Pilgrims were of travelers on the FAST FREEDELIVERY .5.
healed and saved by the .
Christian path of life
power of God and he (Rev who become discouragedand

Hall: ) says he expects to are finally persuaded /
see the Armory packer
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,Final Rites Held For A & M. Captain. I : o{ ",
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carry a big loud duringthe
1964 baseball captain of '64 season.

the Florida A&M University Tee' as he was calledby N : a I F Y rr / !

Rattlers were his teammates always .1 4 .
held here last week at had something uplifting ,(
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2:00 p.m. in the Mt. to say to his friends y :iTrj> : / ..T I

Sinai. Baptist Church. and schoolmates and offered / '

Roy Tyrone Thomas, a a smile whenever he ; ;; # '
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senior physical education /4'
P3 sed.He was a very fine :
and health major int"
person and well liked by t "
School of Education,. everybody."As :
I was fatally injured in an a player he was a ; .5 '
automobile accident near great competitor and //

Tallahassee. He died would give his last to

later in the Florida come out on top, said

AIM university Hospital. his coach. Costa Kittles.

{ Last year was his first Adding he said: f 1
full year as a Rattler of the
'Tee was one
starter and he batted ,
_ finest guys I have ever w
.366. He was expected to co ac bed.

Wake up pepped up for a '

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Ghaniahn Preps S } x 1 Similarity! Noted Not Offered JFK's Death

t '. In Slain LeadersNEW Press Job Causes Fatal
Far Title Bout t
t. YORK -- (ANP) -- A Says Rowan Grief To Driver

ACCRA, Ghana (ANP) touching scene was enacted
Floyd Robertson Ghanaian r y rP here last week, that added WASHINGTON -- (ANP) -- PHILADELPHIA (ANP)---A
Commonwealth featherweightchampion emphasis to the parallels already Rumors circulated Washington 30-year-old truck driver WH
will battle Billy Cal- ILA ,. / pointed out between the last week Ambassador Carl saddened by the assassination -
Rowan. U.S.ambassadorto Finland of President John F. Kennedy -
vert of Great Britain here Dec. w assassination of two great
7, in I 10-round contest that } fighters for American freedom might be named by Pre- that he cried J himself to
i, has been billed as Robertson's f Medgar Evers and President sident Lyndon Johnson as White death !was reported tot week.
"first warming-up exercise"for 0 i. John F. Kennedy.It House Press secretary, displacing Authorities ruled, however,
his world title showdown came when the dignified Pierre Salinger who that the man's death was
against champion Sugar Ramosof aM self possessed widow of served under President Ken- "natural.
Mexico on March 7. Evers who was NAACP field nedy. He was Archie Pie&a.a ,
The Ramos-Robertson world secretary for the state of Mississippi Although President Johnsonhas truck driver for a meat company -
title bout is also scheduled. to arose at the annual insisted that no Immediate who cried from the time
be held in Ghana. Freedom House dinner here to changes would be made it is he received the "dteoktag
On the same card for the { accept a bronze memorial known that sometime following news" of the President's murder -
ROSTHUMOUS Robertson-Calven bout Teddy : ; plaque and a special award of the death of President Kennedylast until he himself collapsed
; week, Rowan who was in and died In his in the
AWARD Mrs. Rosalie Meho, Ghana's lightweight $5,000 from Freedom Hoe In grief
Caliver. widow of the champion, will meet world recognition of her husband'srole the U.S. was one of the per- home of his girl friend Mrs.
lightweight champion Carolos in advancing civil rights. sons the President asked to see. Mamie Allan 29.
late Dr. Ambrose Cali
Ortiz of New York in a non- 1 Before the presentation However, a Chicago paper According to a report. Pled-
ver, nationally known title bout. EDUCATOR HONORED Dr. I.E. coabs, specialist in secondary education, several speakers had eluded to quoted Rowan as saying the job ro had received the new about
adult educator and The Ortiz bout is reportedly Florida State Department of Education, Tallhasssae, looks on as Mrs. the similarity in the goals and of press secretary had not been Mr. Kennedy in Ocean City
founder of the National aimed testing Mehos chancesin in the deaths of Evers and Ken- offered him and was not even N. J.. when a man sfpreaefeed
Mamie G. Edwards of 825 Dunn Street, Tallhassee, receives a plaque and
he talked
discussed when with
him and asked "Did hear
Commission for Adult a proposed title bout with nedy. : you
literary, is picturedas Ortiz. citation from Willie Carl Rogers, president of the Sydes-Park chapterof And as Mrs. Evers stood up President Johnson. that the President was shot?"
The bouts were announcedlast the Student National Education Association. The honor to Mrs. Ed- to accept the awards, all were Rowan did say, according to "No," replied Ptedra in sur-
she accepted a post- week by Kofi Badu! chair- wards was a highlight of the American Education Week assembly held recently Impressed by not only the similarity the Chicago report, that Johnson prise.
humous award for her man of the Ghana Boxing Autho in the Perry-Paige Auditorium at Florida AtM University. The in the positions of the told him he could have The unidentified man then
husband.A silver salver rity. two great American widows,but another assignment if he wished said, "that was good shooting."
main theme of the occasion "Education the Nation."
Inscribed to Dr. Callvei:;; Strengthens in their dry eyed courage in The Ambassador quotedas At that Piedra became ?o infuriated -
was presented to Mrs. Name Baby Cr. Combs addressed the assembly on the subject, "Quality Teaching and meeting the greatest tragediesin saying he got the feeling that he slapped the man's
Student Achievement." The recipient of the Student NEA honor, Mrs. Ed- their young lives. a White House assignment was face and shouted: "Don't talk
Caliver during the 13th
After LatePresident wards is a recently retired school teacher and graduate of Florida A&M While President Kennedy did possible if he desired it. that way about my President."
Annual Conference: of the more than President since Some here have expressed the Piedra's anger then turned to
any
University. Her teaching included 21 at the Barrow Hill
Adult Education Associa- career years Abraham Lincoln to advance feeling that for Rowan now an grief and he kept crying oat
tion of the U.S.A. School and 14 years at the Griffin Junior High School in Tallahassee.Photo equal opportunity "he often ambassador to accept the Jobas again and again, "They killed

which met earlier this ( by Pill:van) moved with great calcylation." press secretary would mean him, they killed my President
LOS ANGELES (ANP) Berl L Bernhard. until recent- a loss of prestige. I want to die too." Some 30
month at the Deauville John Kennedy Evans is the name Defend Woman Being OustedGARY From NAACPfrom ly director of the United States hours later Piedra had gotten
Hotel in Miami Beach, of the new son born to Mr. her vice chairmanship. Commission on Civil Rights, African Student Gets his wish. He died, also, reportedly -
Fla. addition to Evans at Ind. (ANP) The were made that her presidencyand
in and Mrs. Reginald "NAACP members recognizethat told the diners at the Waldorf- of his grief.
of rbsoital last local branch of the NAACP has her being 1st District Demo From
founding the commission, Queen Angela Mrs.Suonggavelonghours Astoria HoteL Apology Mayor
Mrs. Jea- cratic vice chairman In-
The named given its president are
week. baby was
of unselfish service to NAACP
of the AEA, Dr.
unit
a a"unanlmous vote compatible. WESTWOOD, N. J. ANP Woman Scientist
after the late President Kenn- nette Strong, projects long before her ( )
Caliver was a presidentof of confidence." Joseph (Duke) Hill a Demo- appointment in the Democratic THE PEOPLE The controversy over the
the AEA. He died edy.The Evans are residents of The vote is the branch's answer cratic precinct committeeman, and feel those who are poUc 's questioning of a Tan- Honored
January 29, 1962. San Gabriel. to recent criticism of made the charge and circulated parry presently impugning her noticesare SPEAK OUT! ganyikan student here last Sept. WASHINGTON (ANPDr..
Mrs. Strong In which claims a petition to cust Mrs. Strong 1l1-advlsed," 10 remained unresolved last Cecile Hoover Edwards professor
-I week despite a conciliatoryletter of nutrition and researchin
from Mayor William R. the department of home

Steinbach.The economics at A&T College,
OPEN EVERY Mayor said he had writ- Greensboro N. c., was presented -
r l'' T PHILCO STEREO ten to the student. Klghoma an award at the banquetof
NITE TIL Malima, a 24-year-old Dart- the National Council Negro
mouth junior majoring In econo- Women, ending a four-day session -
11 :IlT.T.'l __u.. CHRISTMASSECTIONAL 3 Speaker Stsro with one 6" and two 4' Wide mics, on No19.. here.

:.1 Range balanced Speakers in on Acoustically d.lsil" "I am sorry that I didn't have Dr. Edwards, born in EastSt.
I : t : I l ?it (f :j 1 a w ', JI die opportunity of meeting you Louis, ILL, earned her B.A.
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RED CARPET TREATMENT-One of the most successful day appointed Duval assistant solicitor, was
(Gainesville) state president Lewis Denton Ft
annual meetings of the Florida Voters'League, Inc. to by Atty. Leander J. Shaw Jr. who was ; (
Lauderdale), state vice president Jorima Mil IBM
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was hosted last weekend by the Rival Chapter with was appointed assistant Duval public
planning committee member, and Atty. A.R. Taylor.
headquarters being maintained at the Fiesta Motel The Principals shown in photo left, from left
and various events inking place at recently openedMack's ) : Is ado re Singleton, former state president and Other scenes show various delegates and gue.t .
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Half Dollar Ranch. Following last Saturday'sParents of the host planning committee; L.V. Davis (


1 Urged To Use Care Visits St. John Baptist Social Security Facts

{ In I, Selecting Christmas Toys : Jr. College! To Host Sunday's _

PETERSBURG Miss NAACP MeetingThe q. I get a disability check now. I'll be 65 in
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Thoughtless parents can turn a child's Christmas Seniors Human Re- October. Do I have to come in and sign up again?
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pleasure into a family tragedy. *
Intern for the regular meeting of A. No. Your disability checks will be changed over
f Doctor George A. McCoy, are hurt ab girls.He Region of the the NAACP will be held to retirement payments beginning with October. You
Director of the State said any kind of wea- 65 Student YWCA. at St. John Baptist don't need to come in.The change will be antoaatie.
Board of Health's Accident pon in too-young hands 8 on the campus of Church located on Q. I was 62 in August 1962 and signed.. tor reduced -
Program; said n.iny can hurt the holder or Junior College Bridier and Oakley Sts. payments. I only get $32.00 a ..tII. Will w#
children are hurt each an innocent person; ,some are week. at 4:00: p.m. Sunday checks be raised when I'm 65?
year, and some die, be- plastics are so flammable iss Seniors visited December 8, \ A. Your checks will not be raised unless you have
cause they have been given that they will burst into a College under the Speaker fo the occasion worked since you started. letting checfc Just to. be
the wrong kind of toys. flame at the slightest of the Field will be Rev. C. sure, we always look ah.t everyone's record arts
J Lead poisoning is always touch of a ciitrt'tte or to assist B. Dailey, pastor of whm he gets to be 65. :
match. Some types, he
a hazard especially then said, will burst into nts in implementing First Baptist Church of Q. Does every veteran get credit for his Wend ..r
a tot is given figures flame even men sane dis- in human re- this city. II service time when you figure out his social se
cast of lead -- dolls, tance from fire. Major emphases cu r1 ty?
soldiers, animals -- or her to Gibbs Alsodirection will be A. We always find out if the payment to his or his
trip
Toys with ragged or sharp
which may be painful with voter registration given concerning the family would be larger by using the Military service
a lead-base paint. Most edges should be avoidedas do d curtailment of Selective Buying Cam- wage credits. If so, we then check his tvrvioc
manufacturers use a safe should articles which
All citizens of
paign. record' and add in these credits. World War II .*rvie -
paint on toys and safe can be put in the mouth, drop-outs. the community are askedto
** credits are not on your social security record
paint should carry a legend possibly leading to cho- Seniors, a 1963 with this
cooperate
of Tuskegee and will only be put on it if they are needed.
reading "Conforms king to death. Childreneven
served ,as effort in order that ............
to.American: Standard'. put tiny objects up businesses might see
Doctor.McCoy said surveys their noses and into their president of the the need for putting an I DRIVING ON SUPERHIGHWAYS IP rather like playing
have shown that children ears; and swallow eyes YWCA (national), end to the evil ofsegregation. Russian Roulette. You never know which driver is
in jthe age five group are f rom stuffed animals: and to spent the summer in loaded.
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; it 'ony Honors Eleven Pledgees TALLAHASSEE FLORIDA NEWS

Women ToT a ForlfcrifM tori t
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I .- \ Tapped Fee A & M Honor Society
TALLAHASSEE -- Women's Days and similar observances -

TALLAHASSEE The tapping of 11 women honor roll Jim Crow Hinders _Miami_ _' Beach Conferees_ > are in order,an attractive aDd talented,

> students as pledgees of the White and Gold Honor uu. young woman physician told a Wosen's week &wliece

I \ .Society for senior women was a highlight of the Defense Against at Florida A&)( University because "by a ..*..

: ., ),omen's Week convocation Friday November 22, at Sneak Air Attack has enough been done to strengthen tally life ia

/ Florida A&U University. e America and to encourage women to make their full
NEW YORK If an enemy contribution as .
The tapping ceremony and tion and Chrlsita Joyce
launches a surprise air to become more ayitabla
I charge to the 11 neophytes Davis, .,.resident of the Pretty and fashionably
attack against the United to contemporary Aaerieaa
dressed in mater-
I was performed by FAMU Women' Congress, smart
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States, at least one officer nity attire, Dr. Edith life Dr. JMM stated.
: stated the occasion.
,, Dr. George W. Gore Jr. ,
must be accomplished -
at Strategic Air 'this
I president of the university President of the White a irby Jones of Houston
Command headquarters with) the help
may summarized of
a variety
preceding the and Gold Honor Society
not be able to get to his and largely through tfee
views taken toward women
lOlll'en's Sarah B. Williams made
annual week address -
post on tire. efforts of present tearwceen.
and shared with her
= the presentation of the
delivered
: by Dr.
The reason: Jim Crow. Those of yesteryears -
listeners of her
'Edith White and Gold Award for some
irby Jones of
At Offutt Air Force have worked to reduce
rich philosophy of womanhood -
Scholarship to Margaret 4
_ Texas'' Stokes of Jacksonville. Base, the SAC nerve cen- 0' .M when she addressed our death rate,

ter 13 miles south of the Annual komen's which Is 10 per 1.009
neophytes tapped during A citation. to women stu-
population comparedto
as
Omaha, man
i I II the convocation are: dents on thji honor roll every presumably week convocationhere
.
can be at his last Friday morning 9.4 for the white
I .Barbara Gilbert of was presented by Barbara
post within 15 to 30 Education-wise we have
in Hall Auditorium.
Lee
Stuart whose scholastic J.R. Williams, 'Miss '
FAMU for 196364. minutes to help mount a W .l :"" -: (,- .J ': "Regardless of the Impact succeeded IB getting 40
average is 3.67; SynthlaP. :: W .' : J. c
Teele, Tallahassee, A surprise in the pro- retaliatory punch. .Ut1 ,: rt_: of science and per cent of oar peopleto

3.21; Ruby Thompson, gram came when a plaque But Capt. Michael King, RESOURCE MEMBERS OF AEA PANEL--A Florida 1.&.. University professor of technology, life must acquire some high
a Negro member of a SAC school education as compared -
'Tampa, 3.46; Mary L. from Alpha Kajpa Mu Honor sociology, Dr. C.U. Smith, head of the FAMU Department Sociology, made remain personalized and
intelligence unit, to 62 cent of
might
per
Society was presented thus we are here, she
:.. Davis, Tarpon Springs, by improtant contributions as a resource panelist during the recent 13th
Chrlsita Joyce Davis to need as much as 50 said. "As women we have the white group. Twenty
3.00; Denora Gafney, Annual Conference of the Adult Education Association of the 'U.s.A.,
: Quincy 3.14; Cora Bodi- Dean Calhoun in recognition minutes to answer an held at the Deauville Hotel in Miami Beach. Dr. Smith.is shown herewith common problems; for per cent of our Negro

'son, Jacksonville, 3.38; of her work with alert.According. other resource members of the AEA panel: Hyman H. Goldin, chief the difficulties whichI workers are ia clerical

Lillian P James. New the women students of to an articlein Research and Education Division, the Federal Conanunication Commission may have experiencedif professional, technical

Sayrna Beach*, 3.30; Carol Florida A&M University. the current issue of Washington, D.C.; John Walker Powell author, philosopher and visiting any, as a student at end managerial fleld ae

Burney, Tallahassee Musical selections by Look Magazine, it takes professor at the University of Miami, Miami, Fla.; and Harold Wigren, the university of Arkansas compared to 33 per cent
3,42
and Karen Buggs, Jacksonville the University Choir King about 50 minutes to television consultant, National Education Association, Washington, D.C. Medical school were of the white group. We
get to the base from shall not rest nor faint
3.43. were a feature of the because of my Identifi-

...Miss. Edna M.. Calhoun, program, with Mrs. Rebecca Omaha's Negro ghetto--the Orange Blossom Setto MatchesFla. Fla. Collegians cation with the femalesex of heart until the margin -
has
only housing available to of difference
W. steele than
directingand rather my membership
associate
I dean of students Mourn JFK's Death "
Frank Perry as her hi*. in the Negro been totally erased.
in A&M State
j charge of women, Against Morgan TALLAHASSEE Fla.-ANP)
assistant.. Accompanistswere In a real alert, with race, she pointed out
presided during the con- MIAMI "It can't be truel! A terrible Attend 2 Day
his foot Jammed to the -Morgan State College of Baltimore has been -
vocation at which Geneva Mrs. Mary Roberts, thing has been done." recalling to her audience -
Knowles selected pianist, and Miss Char- floor, he might make it, selected as Florida A&M University's opponent in On the campus of Florida the fact that she
gave
readings and the invoca lotte Giles, organist. in 35.Well the Orange Blossom Classic scheduled for Miami's MM University, students, faculty was the first Negro to Tuskegee ConfabST.

within a 15-minute Orange Bowl Saturday night December 14th. and staff members stoodin be admitted and to be
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PETERSBURG Two
Morgan State has a record ...e.e.e..e..s little knots. They Just
radius of the base is
with the M.D.
YES tied for their conferenceCIAA couldn't believe the that graduated representatives of
WE ALL news
TALK
of 8-1 winding their
-t Capeb art, a huge development up degree from the University -
was being flashed across the Gibbs Junior College
I ( ) leadership and is
where many Air season last week with a
country on radio and television of Arkansas are among those attending -
Number
One in CIAA competition -
HEARING' TESTINGBy Force; mcfn and their 30-6 victory over Vir- Students cried openly on the Medical School.
in rushing of- a federally
Marcus H.. Boulware families live. In Dec. ginia State. Their only fense and total campus. In offices and class "Women in their fami-
offense sponsored meeting on
1961, King applied for a loss gas to North Caro- room buildings, staff and faculty the transmitters
They have averaged 218.2 lies are the cwrua of Tuakegee
members shed
Although many parents nay not know it, a house there. lina College early in the tears. of the central
yards per game rushingand At the FAMU Demonstrationhigh Institute, Tuskegee
number of public schools conduct annual They told me I was No. season 2520. "
328 per game total of school, students cried and values of our culture, Alabama.

-1 1 hearing tests for children in the first, 361 on the waiting The Baltimore team will fense. went into shock; four had to declared the young Dean of Students C. B.
fourth and list he told Look be its first be taken to the Hos-
seventh grades. making appearance In scoring, they are as University mother of two who is expecting Keene and faculty member -

First, from 20, 30 to 40 children are administered 'I checked again at in the Classic, effective as the Rattlers, pital the for emergency treatment.In school. her third child William Motley are

group hearing tests known Capehart the other day. although they gave the having rolled up 302 little children FAMllElementary wept loudly as sometime in late Dec. the two representative

sometimes. under different names--Fading I'm 420 on the lift now'.' Rattlers their worst defeat points in nine games fora teachers explained the word, 'If American schools, attending a conferenceon

Numbers TestMassachusetts Hearing Tests Look's report on king ((50-0) when the two 33.5 point average "ASSASSINA TION." churches, and homes are "Expanding Inter-

or the Johnston Hearing Tests. The Fading is part of a special 20- teams met in 1943. Florida A&M has scored Across town, to the north
Wellknown In Fla. relationships Between
Numbers Test is given by a phonograph au- page section appearing in Boasting one of the best 297 points against their the flag white on top of the gleam- Federal Departments and
State slid
diometer while the other two types are the magazine on the pro rushing defense recordsin eight opponents for a 37.1 gently Ing to half staff.Capitol It was Small Colleges." The

- adaptations of the pure tone audiometrictests. blems of the Negro in the the nation, Morgan average true--the President was dead. two day conference runt

North. State has held its eight At Florida A&M University ,

_ Second, if any child fails on the group UNCF Choirs Slate I opponents to a mere 28.5 AKA's Spearhead Dr. George W. Gore Jr., pres- sentatives December 5-6 from with repre-every
yards per game this sea- ident, announced that all classes
test, he is given a second group test as a Network ProgramsNEW and all office activity wouldbe : key agency serving as

_ recheek. If he fails the group hearingtest YORK (ANP-Musical son.Coached by former Uni- Civil Rights Panel suspended until Tuesday, _consultants to mnwrotiR

a sceond time, he is then referred to Interpretations of "Gloria In November 26. small college repre
Excelsls versity of Iowa star Earl About 100 students from Flor- _
the Hearing Center for an individual and Deo representingthe ST. PETERSBURG Gibbs sentatives.
L song of the angels on Banks, Morgan State is ida A&M marched to the Capitol
, more extensive test by means of the pure Christmas night will be heard Junior College was the Friday evening where they Mission of the Conference -

tone audiometer. during the first three weeks of Court Rules site of a Saturday were met by between 200 and include: to explore -

I Thirdin the public schools, the children December on the ABC Radio Against Mother Neighborhood meetingof 300 students from Florida State identify and

,showing considerable hearing losses are Network "Negro College the Alpha Kappa University.The further define the relationships -
Choirs" series. They will be MILWAUKEE (ANP) -- A FSU students had organized -
referred to medical doctors for medical Alpha Sorority that was between the
_ a climaxed by a program of carols judge ruled here last week thata a prayer march from
check-up. scheduled during Christmas mother was guilty of child highlighted by talks on the campus to the Capitol, ask- small colleges and the

READERS: For my pamphlet on how to make week. neglect by bearing children out "The Total Integra- ing the Rev. George Bedell INDUSTRY ACHIEVEMENT -- federal departments; to

the consonant sounds, send two stamps anda The choirs of five United Negro of wedlock.In tion of the Negro into chaplain of the Chapel of the Charles T. (Chuck) Williams investigate same avenues

self-addressed, long business envelopeto College Fund memberswere a ruling last February American Life. Resurrection to lead them. (right), recently leading to a substantial
scheduled In the opening Judge Howard G. Brownof The two groupsstudents
County
Dr. Marcus H. Boulware, Box 310-A Approximately 50 dele- named vice president of increase in the mutual
program the week of Dec. L the children's court said thata from all-Negro FAMU and
Florida A&M University, Tallahassee, Fla' They are: St. Paurs of Law- 28-year-old mother of six gates were present from formerly all-white FSU--stood Schenley Distillers Co., benefits to be derived

Zip Code: 32307. renceville, Va.;Paine of Augusta Illegitimate children was not several Florida cities, together as the Rev. Mr. Bed receives a plaque from from this relationship;

Ga.; Knoxville, Tenn.; St. guilty of child neglect becauseshe including Orlando Day- ell led them In prayers for John Matthews, presidentof to determine and formally -

Augustine's of Raleigh and Liv was not married. Brown tona Beach, Ocala, and the late President and in pray- the New York Bottle state those resourcesof
ingstone of Salisbury. N. C. was reversed last week by Cir- ers for the new President,Lyn
The musical settings sung cuit Judge Robert C. Cannon. Tampa. don Johnson. Then they sang and Cork Club for his a- the small colleges

STOPFAU/NQNOW by the five choirs range from Judge Brown's: opinion had One of the key figures the "Star Spangled Banner"and chievements in the liquor having the capabilityof

classicists Palestrina andBach been appealed to circuit court at the meeting was Mrs. left. industry. The club is an furthering the

i__ HAIR .: to a modern interpretation by by the county board of public Sujette F. Crank of PresbyteriansTo organization of Negro national research and

-' MUSE contemporary composer welfare. Atlanta Ga.. regional Liquor salesmen who educational effort; and,
Thomas Cousins. The classicsare had ruled that Attend Kenya'sAnniversary
Judge Brown
Bstkcr's"SAVE director of the sorori helped honor Mr. Williams to provide curr.atkaowledee
sung in Latin. The modern the welfare department failed to
.x version.in English. Is called .show that the mother's behavior t y. Fete at a dinner in -Town Hill of the programs -

. "Glory to God In the Highest." was harmful to the children.He Talks on the 'Total NAIROBI, Kenya -A major Restaurant Brooklyn. and resources

IT"SAVI4T Fisk University of Nashville said leaving the children Integration of the Negro American church body will be (tttWAfi and financial) of

presents the program the weekof with their mother would be bet- into American Life" officially represented at cere- GO TOCHURCH- the federal departments

Dec. 8. Under the baton of ter than placing them In child were conducted in con- monies marking the first anni- available to the small
Robert H. Jones, the Fisk Choir ren's home.In .
of the Government of
b astb.r's .aw f._*. for _ from the
..,.....__ p.MlNt .......... .. ...... p. v,.. "Glorla"by open the excerps the modern French Judge reversing Cannon said Judge the children Brown, project of "Advance Kenya on December 12.

!..( .f heir I by fafcr r composer, Francis Poulenc. "are being exposed to a con- ment Through Knowledgeand - - 1KUZZIN'S
1n.rme.t for breaking "Iwtr. rbi.N.pt..04.th.r r--
who died this year. The Fisk tirtuing example of Immoral and Action. National
Hw. sp.i-.duct"a"IItH program concludes with traditional Illegal conduct" by the mother I I
,. target of the projectis MUSIC BOX
Mtra Mtvral Ut. living lust It awry .d Christmas music. and "there Is no basis for a

,.,...th. c.*v rtuta, .h..., stubby. lif..... hoW finding that such established 'To prepare 40,000 : YOU RECORD HEADQUARTERS I II
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the real "Woman's Crvwnkif Clary. Texas A &M
pattern of conduct will be discontinued youths to accept the
327 North Macomb Street
AT LEADING COSMETIC COUNTERSIf (ANP--Texas A&M university In the future" responsibilities of II

your dt.l Ie r does not MvSAVE IT',tend $1.00 for last week became the fourth Judge Cannon said the evi- first class citizenship. GOSPEL BLUES POP JAZZ I'I
2 01 size. $1.50 for 4 oz. Jar. (tax and postage included team In the formerly all-white dence was sufficient to convince

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EATIBNT--Anong: those attending -
the 13th Annual conference of the Adult University and G.W.C. Brown of the Virginia State Canada: nod Mrs. Icyline L. Seaton, Kingston, are Edwin F. Norwood (left), director of university
AssociationUSA: held recently at Deauvllle Hotel, college faculty at Norfolk. An international Jamaica, BWI. Mrs. Seaton was. accompanied: by Mrs. field services at Florida AAM; Dr. Robert
Ulaal Beach, were Mrs.' Fannie E. Douglas: and Mrs. flavor was noted in the center photo showing delegates Pearlie L. Cousins, also of Kingston. Besides the Randolph, a faculty member at Springfield YMCM+I
Rosalie Caliver second and third from left, both Mrs. Elizabeth J. Johnson (left), a fac- the, USA, Canada, and the West Indies, other countries College, Springfield, Mass.; and Milton P. Rooks,
from Washington.D.C., Mrs. Thelma T.Gorham (left) culty member of Virginia Union University, Rich represented included Mexico, Liberia, New- a member of the faculty at Gibbs Junior College

acting,. director of public relations, Florida Mil mond, Va.; Mrs. Edith Anderson, Ottawa, Ontario, foundland and New Zealand. Taking a coffee break ___in ,St. .Petersburg.. .__, _
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Grace Presbyterian Church NewsGrace Miami SingersIn Catholics Plan
Tune WAME
Home Of The World'sChampion :
Presbyterian Church will hold its annual Meridian
1 congregational meeting on Sunday, Dec. 5, fol- Festival Here
lowing the morning service. .
Mississippi i i The Priests and parish-
Also scheduled for Sunday is the election of officers Disc Jockey
loners
of St. Pius
at which time reportsfrom the auxiliarieswill Mr. and Mrs. S.S. Pugh, Catholic Church invite : .
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also be beard.The of 1211 NW 75 Street,
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their .
many friends to ..
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pastor urges that every member of the church local Gospel Singers, attend the annual Festival "1-", '"- f" ,' '
1 make a special effort to attend services and par- who sing under the name Sunday. December 8th '; "
ticipate in the business of the church. of "The Consolers" .' ;
....................... beginning at noon. :'0 _: ,
left this week for Meri- The general chairmanfor : '
MIAMI- The 77th session of South Florida Annual dian, Miss. where they the festival is Dr.
Conference scheduled at Greater Bethel AME Church, are booked "solidly" Roosevelt V. Florence.
-1 December 3rd through 8th opened here Tuesday. until their appearanceon The following persons
Memphis' radio sta-
serve as chairman of the
1 WITH THIS COUPOK tion WDIA's annual good. various committees: Mrs

'!tlttittititltttttt!1 !l ! will The program.Pughs will returnto Mrs.Lola Moses Maude, secretary Aneihle,, r I

Miami, December 16, _
.. 1# chairman of Baby Con-
.. ..... for the Christmas holi- test; Mrs. Ailene Tol-
days, after which they bert chairman cake and
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.. will tour the West
k ..... Ice cream booth; Mr. and
SKIN TONE CRtAM ..... Co ast.In Mrs. Alfred Pink, co-
r- REGULAR $1.00 ONLY 81it :addition to their chairmen, Dinner Table;
radio and TV
; RICHIE'S PHARMACY **. Pughs have appearancesthe recorded Mrs.Marshall Anita Brown Irving., Mrs.
co-
4 693 H.W. 46th St. Miami, Florida & several SpiritualAl chairmen, Variety and

___ titlttttOttttitttttttttttil'HDNE << Bridge bums. Mrs.Miscellaneous Susie Baker,Booth chair-; _
ExpertIn Nf
man, Hot Dog Stand; Mrs.
FR 1.2294 Janet Norman and Mrs.

FOR BETTER PICTURES SEE t New York Joel Hospitality West, co-chairmen committee; Nicky lee
Holder of World's
Albert F. Reamer, ofBa.y M. Padgett, G. JOHNSONOF Point at Miami, arbiter John, F.X. Littlejohn, 226 Continuous Hours.
of Miami's"Bridge co-chairmen of cold

DINNERS PARTIES WEWN6S PASSPORTS Colony" flew to New drink stand.
Mrs. Lauvenia Marqueryand
York, Thursday, for a
Open 1 1P.m.to8P.m. "quick visit", during Mrs. L. Murphy, co- Brother Ray Alfonzo Mozell
which he will participate chairmen, Publicity Com-
Baby Pictures A Speciality in the Tri-City Bridge mittee.The entire parish

109 N.W. 17th Street Mini, Florida Tournament at Newark, solicits the cooperationof
New Jersey the community In this
Mr. Reamer, who expectsto effort. ,
THE giVft-a go account Father Joseph RimshawS.F.J.
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II Onl Vicctae Sill AYI...... Tribunal Seeks Liw School Grads Cwnaended Jailed Teens' .


Persons who failed to Health Officer E. R. hfsnuut' 0. : '

receive free oral Sabin Smith announced.The Parents Stand

Type 1 Sabin vaccine service will be

shots will have; through offered from 8:30 a.m. 'Kid' Cue

/ Friday at 5 'p.m. to receive until 5 p.m. at 962 Main By Attorney

the service City St., smith said. IAlINGTON-The U.S.
SUpreme Court this week
TALLAHASSEE Two dIf- the children understandthe
---- --- ---- .asked the Florida Supreme '
fering set of views were problems and 'are

SIt. 8 p.m., Dec. 14* "MIAMI ORANGE BO'NL'LIS Court to interpret sew tea voiced this week concern- willing for these legal

eral questions relatingto ing the sentencing of Questions affecting all

the arrest of 20 four St. Augustine teen- children all over the

Northern clergymen charged agers to s*.ate correc- United States to be
with unlawful assembly '
tin institutions. solved.

at Tallahassee Gov. Farris Bryant said
NAACP SeeksRetiliitiei
airport restaurant in Tuesday that the fourteens

//1 1961. sentenced for hav-

When the religious lead- as ing taken part In St.
NEW YORK -- A change
ers ,attempted to seek
Augustine protest demonstrations -
of policy was anae ..e.4
service in th.e airport said the group
by Roy Wilklnsexeevttve
restaurant and were refused would be freed providedthe
secretary of the NAACP
Fates fi= they were ordered Board of Commis-
who stated Tuesday that
132 Pice t I VS. off the premises by po GOVERNORS CONGRATS-Ihile Atty. Thomas M. Jenkins dean of the Florida sioners of State Insti- he would urge voters to

MORGANSTATE lice. Following their MIl University College of Law (second from left) looks on, Governor: tutions received petitions -
MARCHINGBAND! retaliate next November
refusal to leave, they Farris Bryant, (third from left) congratulates three FAMD law graduateswho from the youths'

were arrested and char- recently passed the Florida State bar examinations. The trio of parents stating they against congressmen who
of Md oppose civil rights
ged with disobeying a proud young lawyers left to right are: Alcee Hastings Altamonte would be responsible for

1IE1IE TEAti city ordinance.The Springs, Fla.; Edward Rodgers, Riviera Beach Fla. ; and John Due. Jr. the four's future ac- egislation.
&umueMORGAN Wilkins said the
tlllImIII.
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AND group was later of Indianapolis Indiana. The FAMU College of Law has a record of 80 ions.

STATE'S tried in Leon circuit per cent of all its graduates having passed state bar eiaminations.This NAACP Atty. Earl M. organization had previously -
Court and convicted.The listed the,
MARCHING BANDTICKETS the total number of Johnson who is representing -
percentage represents graduates who take the state voting records of legislators -
U.S.Supreme Court's:
bar exams. The other 20 per cent represent graduates who*complete the the youths said, thus leaving

ON SALE NOW! brief is seeking answers College of Law Course but do not engage in the practice of law. The board can't giveus voting decisions t the
as to whether a state the relief we seek" .
North Travel Bureau Mary Elizabeth Hotel court higher than the (Photo by Fillyau ) adding. It would moot individual voter.
November "
1104 NW 3rd Avenue 642 NW 2nd Avenue circuit' court has the Church Doors Locked On Sabbath all the significant ques- "Next WfJ-
kins "we're
said ping
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powers :o review the //t.'i t .,.,t ," '. >, : tions to which we seek
.;: to say to this congr* fi-
Community Drug Store Grand Drug Store case and were the cl ergy- ':; answers on appeal" .
6750 NW 15th Avenue 3640 Grand Avenue men denied due processof ::- ; Johnson continued that man voted against the
1I1--- civil rights bill and
,
Also at law. the case affects all
we to defeat
urge you
U. of Miami Ticket Offices Downtown Office, 228 Since the 1961 incident --- teenagers in the nation
him in the November
SE 1st Ct. Hotel Accomodations Available at Miami the airport restauranthas = but that the parents ofLet's '
lection.
Beach and Miami Hotels. dropped its racial
Wilkins' aide Henry
Special rates to OB Classic fans segregation bars. .
Meetat Lee Moon stated that Ute
a -
4i organization's 408.&eO

theClassic m ember-- force across

the nation will be
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Classic Edition cooing out Dec. ?8. Pictures of the high points of { ; i- "r ; eY.: 2 '
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features that make it memorable. Get your copy...send one to your 15d.wn"
friends. SUSPENDED COMMUNION SERVICE probably the first time in history for .

loyal members of St. Paul AME Church, was the tragic situation they

faced last Sunday when they attended church to find the doers locked.
ORDER YOUR COPY NOW -- 25-MAILED ANYWK3U:
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Gentlemen: ;, St. Paul's members on one side against Bishop W.F. Ball, an-' F.ev. R.J.
Enclosed Is 254 for each copy I wish to have sent to: Elaine, St. Paul pastor, over inflated membership rolls. To date, the
NAME wrangle remains unsolved.
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CITY & STATE- Wilkins I Hails Basie Joins I I'f",

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ADDRESS- President's.cRIgh's Picket LMCSTALLAHASSEE

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House this we k.RoY Wilkins -
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In The tary of the National Association M. RODRIGUEZ XffN SiZE

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OrMft llossom Classic Issue ? People fidence expressed in President con- \ PHONESOX "..

Johnson's commitment to ".:.,.Irof

Coming out Dec. 28th civil rights. : 1-6121 .. t_wI':"

'We have very great .
After
faith in the President's Spotlight Product
Several Pages of Pictures Capturing attitude on civil having been refused ser- Res: TU 8-2076

The Color, Gaiety and Excitement have rights"he every expectstion said. "We ', vice campus in restaurant an all-white because Of The WeekWMBM r'H -


Of FtefWa1 i 's Greatest Sports Event* ..*.* that out of he his will own do well convictions !, nationally of his famed race inter-bandleader 2625 HWJ 1q.rdwi St. H? i.SW.

> Count Basie .
in this job
'I i joined Florida State MIAMI, FLORIDA
Mr. Wilkins was in- Mifflii
University students protesting flerida'i.
vited by the Chief Executive -
against the
to discuss the s
facility's racial bias
civil rights questionwith
t Wednesday.Here .
him personally.In .
for two campus

a news conference appearances Basie. accompanied -

after his meeting with by a university -

President Johnson Mr. sociology professor

Wilkins tol. d reporters: two whites and a studentwas
f F Fo e4Stm
"Mr. Johnson enjoys re- refused entrance to ..
,
:. .t spect in the Negro community the restaurant by a
; s for his very great doorman who had been ;
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abilities and as Vice stationed there since a
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president emerged from r ound--the- -clock
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the status of a legislator picketing had been

of a single state staged by the Student

Social Action Committee.
'- or a single section. He
", became a national andfigure. When asked by studentsto

international Join their picket DRIW7IN7
line. Basic said. "I
a .....
was glad to do it"_._._.
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Council Accused : Organization, Schedules Important Meeting Educator Fears P'-r osecltlor I

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Of Racial Bias r Uncovers S150f000
Death Of JFK
CHICAGO -- (ANP) ---- A .,
Insurance Swindle
staunch pro-civil rights white
,alderman last week accused the May Resurge Bias

Chicago Commission of Human Cleveland (ANP- -
Negro
Tallahassee ANPGibbs
Relations of trying to sabotagethe ( attorney last week was credited
city's new fair housing ordinance Junior College president. Dr. with uncovering a $110,_
Rembert of St. Pet-
by proposing a"timid : John W. Insurance swindle mat has been
> I I.jy
said In address here
prograr." for Its enforcement.The a ersburg operating here since 1966.
11 ft Sunday night that"some Americans
blast was levelled by He is AMI. County Prot.ctvr --
fear that misrepresentation -
a
Alderman Leon M. Despres at ? Lloyd 0. Brown whote Investigation -
members of the commission a of President Kennedy'sdeath led to indictoMtts
testifying at a council finance by enemies from within being returned by the Cayabag*
lead to the rebirth of
committee meeting, on the might .IMtdaHe
County grand Jury ,
agency's 4376,553 budget request r some dying prejudices and cer- men.
tain vicious hatreds fromwhichthe
for 1964. Questioned These indicted on 31 ceuMe
pointedly and sharply by Des- t> : nation" had hoped soon to be of insurance fraud as a remit
pres a champion of civil rights freed. of Brown's investigation were
: ; Dr. Rembert spoke to an assembly -
In the council were Ely M.I i identified as Theodore F.Preston -
of Florida A&M University -
Aaron commission chairman 36,former assistant claims
I and Edward A. Marciniak, executive students and faculty members manager of the Inmranee Cora-
I at which he received a
director."If North America J-
paayjw ;
"for social action"undertaken -
citation
you are proposing the about im- B. 1ft..", 50, former claims
kind' of timid program that it to bring manager.{ of Lumberman'sMutual
appears you are,;;Despres declared pro\ed race relations. The citation Casualty Company, and
; "then I would say you was conferred by members Donald S. Janik 36, owner of
would be this ordi- of the undergraduate chap
sabotaging Janik Auto Body Cempuw. acar
of Phi Beta frater-
ter Sigma
nance. repair shop. All are wwte.
Despres started out by telling nity. Brown who worked closely
them that the budget was Pointing out that while some with Ray A. Mocshart, a spec-
insufficient to provide for ade- basis might exist for new tears ial agent for Association of Gas
quate enforcement. About following the assassination of ualty& Surety Companies l during -
$35.000 of the $376,653 was a the PresidentDr.Rembertsaid the Investigation aIM saW
ear-marked for enforcement.Despres there Is "room to hope that
300 more cases of alleged lar-
however soon got one assassin cannot deter us as ceny against Bishop, amounting
a march toward universal
down to business and asked we '
to $88,000 were not presentee
the officials how peace; the vicious act of one
polntblank they to the jury because they wwW
plan to enforce the and-dis maniac can not alter "the course have complicated the cac .
crimination ordinance. toward human rights. ,
Brown said the insurance
Marciniak could that He added, "The Negro race
only say swindle functioned this
way.
the Intended and other races turned to President -
commission "to < ____ ____ __ _m ___ __ __ _m u___ ____ ___ Kennedy In the hour of Janik would report a fraudulent
do everything possible create ley.'J automobile or boat accident
a single housing market In Chi SUNDAY MEETING--Final r crts on the an- history. Members standing from left are: Miss Joyce periL to one of the two insurance
"We saw him In a new era
cago. He said the commis- Miss Phillis companies, where Preston and
plans and the 18th anniversary cele- Redmond Miss Jacqueline Peterson in the liberal leadership,and we
sion needed the of
cooperation Bishop were in a petition to
Miss Pa-
Prince Miss Ethel tester, Ulysses Smith,
the community. in February, will be acted upon by com- found a sympathy that never the
> tricia Nixon Miss Constance Seeks Miss Brenda slept for the impoverished, underprivileged approve damage estimate
This brought a tongue lashing of the Le La Let Arabian Cultural and Social and authorize payment of the 0
Faulk and Miss Ann Black. Seated from left: Edmond man. The spiritof
and another rharge from Des- at 2 p.m. at 2702 W. 2nd St. The organ- claim. A check made out to
who said Thonrpfon Jr. Miss Jacqueline Wells, Miss Ovena our fallen leader may lead
pres : which is comprised of talented teenage the fictitious owner would them
still, and it
"We cannot shift the burdento Crcmpton, Miss Ingrid Robinson Miss Sandra flute us may give us be sent to Janik who world
someone else. You shouldgo girls, are planning to make this year's the unity and direction such as cash It, Brown alined.s ..
out and take an affirmativerole. the most successful in the club's 18 year and James Reed. in the past we never attained."

There are members of ...oJ d
the commission renting apart- ,.
ments In buildings whose bro- Rights Leader Wilkins Gets \

kers violate provisions of this Police GuardsAfter
ordinance. Why don't you start Farge Dies "'"
with them! ThreatsNEW
Marciniak promised Despresthat
ANP One
the commission Intended ( ) YORK (ANP -- The
of bro
to Investigate all allegations exponents New York City police assigneda LDA .' r
and inter-racial
brought before It, "Including jus- police guard to NAACP exe-
those about the apartment buildings the past quarter of a cutive secretary Roy Wilkins
In which commission members last Rev.week.John LaFarge, last Friday after three death s VIE
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reside. threats were phoned to the
also
LaFarge was NACCP's national office. 390i
author and
as an
of
One the callers reportedly -
Sifford i Enters t and as a worker for said, "Kennedy's gone, and
race relations. Last Wilkins is next," while another
had completed the last said, "You're the number one i MILK
W. Coast TourneyLOS books entitled""Re- target now among niggers." Specials Quantity GAL.
Growing Old. Although Wilkins and NAACP Z
ANGELES (ANP) '- editor In chief of officials have received almost Good Through Saturday Rights Reserved
Hard-driving Charlie Sifford a weekly magazine weekly threats some staffers
the nations' leading Negro pro- by the Roman Catholic felt precautions should be taken

fessional gofer, will be among LaFarge was 83 and police were called. :..--..,.." .,,
the number of top players par- of his death.
The calls came within a few avuwmu.auan.wwrei 'a .
ticipating In the Caribbean Golf of brief parish as- \ '
hours after President Kenne-
Club's first annual golf tourna- amplified his formal assassination. I 11 taiV ,,
dy's '
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gave an in- A spokesman for Police Com- <\:) Ii "i
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In Dec
Ontario "
to the Mary land mis- missioner Murphy Defused to
8, It was announced las week. 1911 he began fif- comment on whether any other : JKS-S*" s::
Other golfers scheduled to of.a. ministry to local Negro leaders had ; ;S HERS9ElsFAB /
play In six-flight tournament and later converts, HERSHEY'S
received similar threats or if
Include Clayton Moore actor them Negroes. Be- they had assigned guards to any 5 5- .5-*_. Roy Glenn John Brady Lucky and 1922 he multi-, I other civil rights leaders in 49C
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Pres_t Beptatfted In Youth ....
Legacy Sjterfs Supports Program Clark Downed .. -
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CHICAGO-(ANP)--John Fitzgerald Kennedy the 35th '"..'"..

President of the United States Is dead and buried Morris roes .,.

but he has bequeathed to the nation a rich legacy:

of fair play and Justice in the fields of sports : ATLANTA The panthers ,
and entertainment that he had also demanded in otuer F ,.- of Clark College ended .s

aspects of national affairs. __ their second consecutive
faiminded enthusiast to r : nearly-perfect a
The most sports occupy season on

the White House, the late President was keenly: interested i :_ ._T Thanksgiving as they came

in Integration sports and entertainment. from behind to conquer

In sports Mr. Kennedy inaugurated a national phys A Morris Brown 12-6 in

ical fitness program which emphasizes airplay as rain-swept Herndon .'

veil as the building of strong minds and bodies.and :: i St ad iu m. n

which is well integrated. a Some 7.000 ians--in- t... .
One of the advisers on the national fitness committee tf clnding Cassius Clay--as- \<0 ,,.
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sembled "
to dark make > .
is Prentice Gautt, a Negro and a star halfback see .. \ :, .
it twice-ln-a-row .. .
on the St. Louis Cardinals professional foot- over \
Morris Brown after a 13- \ :
ball team. Several other Negroes are also serving "
:year drought. The victory '
in important capacities in the program.In ".i
entertainment Mr. Kennedy invited perhaps more gained Clark a seaSOD'S A3 :: -
record of 7-1 anda
Negroes than other President to perform for him.
any .j' 1
: ., two-year record of 13
:The internationally: famous contralto, Marian Anderson ,f. wins and 2 losses.Clark's \.4.jJ'g
was virtually the first voice raised at his ._. l"
NAIA third-
inauguration in 1961, when she opened the program ADDTIONAL SUPPORT for SiBond Johnson Playground's' program was xurniaaea
ranked small
college
by: singing the national anthem, while millions of recently by the Lee Ho la an Distributing Co. for Miller High Life Beer DEAR SANTA---01 e Kriss Kringle is receiving increased -

Americans listened radio and television throughout here when Lanston Austin (center) sales representative for the local passer. Elmer Mlxon put attention these days from not only the
his team back in the kiddies but--*hy that's challenger Joey Giardollo E,
the nation.In distributors presented SJ Director Carl ton Bryant with approximately
the months that followed, the voices of such 50 films featuring pro football basketball and college sports for game shortly after on the left and world middleweight champion Dick

fatous Negro singers as Opera star Grace Baabry: year 'round showing to the :youth. So far, approximately 6,500 SJ youths Brown s Thaddus Buttone Tiger' making with requests.Could it have to do with
had crashed over from their 15-round championship match scheduled for
and Gospel Queen Mahal la Jackson rang out at functions have witnessed the film presentations.
four yards out for the Saturday night? Let's ask former world heavyweight
of all types in the White House. The talented

Sammy Davis, Jr. also performed at the White House. EWC's Choir 3 Negro Stars Win Berths Mi Wolverines'son's 29-yard touchdown.aerialto cheap Joe Louis in the background.

As other Presidents before him, Mr. Kennedy involved $75,000 Given Trio Rated
himself personally: in sports. But he went Slates Dec. 11 On 1963 All America Team end David Palmer cli-
maxed a Panther drive
beyond the traditional role of presiding over opening To Train City's Top
ceremonies at baseball and football games. He Concert HereThe NEW YORK -- Three Negro stars won slotson which carried 85 yards

mingled with and be-friended the athletesincludingmany widely heralded the 74th annual All-America team pickedby and tied the score 6-6 Right i LawyersNEW Tennis PlayersHenry
Negroes. Edward Waters College the 567 members of the American Foot: as both conversion attempts -
YORK The NAACP
ball Coach Association.* *? I t* *. 44 failed. Daniels. Mable
Mr. Kennedy was a friend and admirer of former great Concert Choir will pre- Legal Defense and Edu-
Brooklyn Dodger baseball starJackie Robinson, even sent a program of Tapped for football touchdowns one on a The game-winning touch- cational Fund Steward and Ralph Dmaon
was recently -
down came in the final
though Robinson, a Republican, did not ,support him Christmas music December immortality were Gale 63-yard punt return. received were rated the city's
a
I commitment -
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period. It engineered
in.his campaign for the Presidency.He admired Robin- llth, at 8:30 p.m. in Sayers. Krasas halfback; Bobby Bell. Eller' for 75000.00 top tennis players following -
by Clark's second-unit
son as a gifted athlete and a fine American. Many Civic Auditorium's Carl Eller, Minnesota former tackle teammateat quarterback Earl Roberts from the Field Founda- posting of results -

other Negro athletes have cherishedmemories of their Little Theatre. The tackle and Bob Brown Minnesota, was namedto tion in continued of the recent
who sent Elijah Nevett sup-
contacts and experiences with the late President. major work of the eve- Nebraska guard. the All-America team around end for his 12th port of its Legal Intern holiday tourney sponsored -
OrestesMinoso, former Chicago. White Sox and Wash- ning will be Giacomo The No. 1 team was announced last year. Program. by Johnson Branch
touchdown of the
sea-
ington Senators outfielderis still elated over the Puccini' mahestically in the current L Brown a 269-pound son. Three conversionsand Announcement was made YMCA.

conversation he had with Mr. Kennedy under the beautiful Christmasmass issue (Nov. 30) of TV giant from Cleveland. the twelve touchdowns by Jack Greenberg. di- According to Julius

stands in the Capitol Stadium following the Sena- 14essa di Gloria Guide magazine. It was Ohio, excelled season- rector-counsel of the Jones Y program director
give the Ala.
Bessemer. .
tors-Minnesota Twins game opening the 1963 season. The choir will also selected by the coached long against some of native a totsl of 78 Legal Defense Fund fol- Daniels WOH the

Mr. Kennedy had spied Mlnoso and walked over to perform selections from group headed by Ohio the country's toughest points .for tLe lowing communicationwith men's singles with Jiuwy>

chat with him. Minosowho flabbergasted, called Handel's immortal State mentor Woody Hayeson teams. Massive and season-- Maxwell Walker gaining the
Hahn
% just two short of the vice
lies slab' and selec- the basis of on-field runnerup spot and Jul ins
the "one of the
experience greatest of my life. quick the Big 8 Con- combined scores of all president of the Field
He said the most he expected frc- the President was tions from a contempo- observations scouting ference ace helped keep Clark's opponents this Foundation, long time Guinyard placing third.

a nod or a smile, as he was surrounded by digni- rary work by Margaret reports and careful Nebraska among the supporter 'of the civil Miss Steward cq)p.!ri thewomen'

taries at the time. Barnes "The Ballad of examination of 1,000 leaders in total offense year. rights struggle. s singles with,'
The Clark team this
the Three Brown Kingu. game films supplied by and in national focus year Mrs. Mary Lane capturingthe
Minoso is not the only star of that game with combined a powerful Mr. Greenberg pointedout
cherished memories of Mr. Kennedy.Catcher Earl Soloists will be Argraia Eastman Kodak. Walter throughout 1963. ground attack and a that there is a dire runnerup position
Hagan, soprano: ; Clara Camp originated the The All America team and Mrs. K.L. Gillis
Battey of the Twins was "Tremendously" thrilledwhen : highly effective passing need for civil rights
he caught the game's first ball tossed out by Wllkerson soprano; Wil- coaches' all-star team. Ends Jim Kelly Notre attack with an equally attorneys in deep south third.

Mr. Kennedy, and then got a chance to greet him. lie Mae Bradford con- Sayers. a junior from Dame and Vern Burke sharp defensive systemto states. The Legal Ralph DeAson won the

Besides, Mr. Kennedy kept abreast of integration tralto: Henry Wynn Omaha Neb. was one of Oregon State; tackles score 241 points in Interns after apprenticeship junior singles title.

progress in sports and entertainment, as well as in tenor; and Wilton Blake the nation's leading Carl Eller, Minnesota seven games for a 34.3 in the Fund's Emel Sch Il was fcttcowet
baritone. ground-gainers in 1963. and C. aldeR placed
other affairs. and Scott Appleton
average. Their opponents New york City headquarters -
After this past "Summer of Negro Discontent" The choir is under the Some of his finest mo- Texas;guards. Bob Brown scored 81 points for an will set up practice third.
the President called to the White House for con- direction of H. Alvin ments came against Nebraska and Rick Redman Challenge matches are
11.4 average. In the south
ferences on race relations many of the nations' Green a finely trained Oklahoma and Kansas Washington; center played Saturday worst fi

leaders, from governors to religious leaders. And music ian and perfection- state ,In his team's Dick Butkus Illinois; Wall! Mounted PhonographsFor For I Christmas Giving from 8:30 a. et. until

t among those to whom he directed'his appeal for equality ist. who is also the 21-18 loss to Oklahoma quarterback. Roger Stau- 10:0,0. offering participants '
something truly differentin valuable floor
servos
for Negroes were theater,owners and sports, composer of several galloping Gale scored :bach Navy; halfbacks home decor try hanging your i wall space to best space advantage uses, an opportunity'to
officials.In works for the piano both Kansas touchdowns Jay Wilkinson Duke and phonograph on the wall. Today and makes cleaning so very much gain higher rating

all things, including sports and entertainment, notably a modern piano one on a 61-yard run, Gale Sayers Kansas; reports Phonola Phonographs easier! This Christmas delight The ratings are pouted

Mr. Kennedy Insisted first on justice and equality work called "Three Impressions and caught a pass fora fullback Tommy Crutcher many stereophonic portables are very member of your family at YMCA headquarters,'
specially designed for the home- the perfect gift of a wall "'"
two-point conver- 5700 Cleveland Road.
tor all. on Modern
Texas Cbrl tian.IBE owner to mount the unit on the nounted phonograph. In fact
Paintings" Much of sion. Against Kansas In addition to Saturday
wall himself. Besides its modern
now its Pepsi the music for the Col- State he paced Kansasto A .GOOD: CITIZEN'!! and custom designed appearance ia i surprise ng it before your they family gather by mount-aroundhe mornin fI Batches are

lege. Choir is arrangedby victory with two * wall counted phonograph con- t tree Christmas morning! also played on Tuesdays
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for those who During Mr. Green.his tenure at Orange Blossom Classic Scoring Record, ROYAL ART STUDIO

Edward Waters Mr. Green
tJgkyoung has inaugurated the Year Telll Winners Points Team lDser's Points 515 DAVIS STREET

Pine Arts Festival" 1933 FlorIda A&M College 9 Howard Univ. 6 Order How at Refecetf Prices
Fe sir and the Concert Choir 1934 Florida Mil College 13 Virginia Statt" 12

has sung to enthusiastic 1935 Kentucky State COl. 19 Florida ARM( 10 1 PHOTO CARTS

audiences throudiout the 1936 Franc View State 25 Florida My 0 !ndiYiduals-Fa dIJ erw t-CI.Is,
state. Their most recent 193'7 Florida A&iI 25 Hampton Institute 20

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from the Office of the 1946 Lincoln Uni v. '20 Florida MIl 14
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.t Rattlers Morgan State OBC Session Should ProveA 'Natural'I'




4 Ntfro Grl s ors H..II Raft ers Star Receives Top Award A&M Faces Worthy Opp.uut


T a 1963 All- Akurici Team In Tough Foe From Norifclmd!


NEW YORK--Pbur Negro football players Michigan By Staff CorrespondentThe

State s Sherman Lewis, Iowa State's Tom Vaughn, 30th presentation of the Orange Blossoa

Minnesota's Car Eller and Nebraska's Bob Brown r Classic
; Saturday night, December 14 at 8

have been named to the 1963 Look Magazine All o'clock in Miami's Orange Boftl, between host

America t .am. *.....*.......*..**..... 1
Florida MM and Morgan State College, should,
The 22-caa All America 'status.
this year, challenge the most able prognos-.
squad,picked by the foot- Members of the team will ticators, regarding its outcose.

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ball 'come to New York to u
Writers Association, appearon Morgan state wound up s.s.s.ssss......

was announced this week the Bob Hope Comedy their current &e&son'splay top coaches.Jake Gaitfeer,

Special, to be broadcast
in Look Magazine.
with
a 8-1 record the nation's "wiBBiag-

Lewis, "the nation's Friday, December 13, over culminating their slate est" and Earl Beaks who

most talented all-around the NBC-TV network. by a 30-6 win over Vir- formerly starred at Iowa

half back,was a 154pound The entire squad will be ginia State. Their only University.

5-feet-9 hydrogen tomb" given speciallydesignedLord loss of the season was Morgan is ruBBervp te

decl ared Look. "Prollscrt.mage Elgin watches at the
administered by North North Carolina IB conference -
with a pass, annual All Awards r
America
Carolina College, 2520. leadership _t is
or returning a kick, her.an -
was a constant game- Banquet, to be held in The Baltimore team has number one in CIM rasfai.g

breakerand the Sert Ballroom of the the distinction of having offense and total offt &e.
just as tough 3
WeD the Spartans needed Waldorf-Astoria Hotel. .t): given the Rattlersthe They have averaged :U8.%

short yardage on vital Acting as official host- worst lacing admini- yards per game rasbiag

third downs." esses for the celebrationwill { stered them during Classic and 328 per game total

be the Queens of the Play. ffense..
Vaughna fullback, is
Cotton, Orange, Sugar, This factor should add Morgan has scored 902
the of those performers
'Gator, Bluebonnet and to a more spirited play points in nine games t
old-timers will appreciate "
Liberty Bowls. by both teams since Morgan A&M's 311 in a similar
because he can go 50 minutes -
*rr will be number of settos.
representing the
," the magazine said. a
The Rattlers hold a
"Although a marked man Central Intercollegiate
Sebrmg Adds slight edge in points
Athletic Association which
opponents like to key
both linebackers on him : : suffered the sting of the per games average with

Vaughn rushes with the Innovations For -_- : L ; ..... Rattlers 35-0 win over slightly over 34 scored
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ended
in each
nation's best and combines CONGRATULATIONS-Florida A&M: halfback Bobby Pelts Cantlon, the sponsors' public relations director. A&T College Just three gaae.Morgan !

such speed with MR power March Event (third from left) was voted the Rattlers' most Participating in the ceremony were Ralph Colbert weeks ago. the season with a 33.5

that he could play halfback valuable player last Saturday night following the (right), vice president, Jax Royal Crown Bottling Both teams are enjoying average.
SEBRING -- There's lots
as well as fullback." more in sixtyfourThatsthe nationally ranked gridsters annual Jacksonville Company, Charles J. Smith III left) Royal Crown being masterminded by two Aggie Tankers

Eller, who almost made watch-word for THESE Classic setto with Texas Southern University in the public relations and marketing representative and Prairie ViewIn

it in 1962,came on strong BRING 12 HOURS Gator Bowl. Presenting the first annual award in- Coach Jake Gaither of A&M.theNation's Winningest" Sched.l.9Dual .

in the latter half of the ENDURANCE RACE which is iated by Jax' Royal Crora Bottling Company is Tom football coach. (Royal Art Studio Photo: ) Play Off

1963 season to nail down Meets

an All America berthLook the only championship GT Allen Defeats Bethune Ex-Celtic HiredBy N. C's December 7th
noted. and GT Prototype auto 22 18 Eagles GRFFNSBCRO. N.c. The

road Ala. A&M PRAIRIE VIEW, Texas --
in
race North & A&T College tank team
Brown,call ed the nation* s In First Gold Coast Classic The unbeaten panthers of
South America.
This will NORMAL ALA. (ANP) Cop CIAA Title will participate in
leading guard, was run- .. Prairie
be the fourteenth runningof Alabama A&M college here View college, nine-dual swim meets in
ner-up to Texas tackle The Bethune-Cookman College Wildcats bowed out
this annual classicfor fresh from their crushing -
the which
last week announced the I I season open5+
Scott Appleton in the the world's fastestcars to the Allen University Yellow-jackets, Thursday appointment of William GREENSBORO N. C;,, The 35-0 defeat of this month. .

balloting for the Outland and night at Municiple Stadium in West Palm Beach North Carolina College Southern university in '.
proven champion The homo
E. Green, a former star schedule, all
Trophy, awarded annually Florida, as they played the first annul "Hole Eagles defeated the A&T the Southwestern Athletic
drivers. on Saturday, ...*......... with the wcrld champions set for the Charles
by the Football Writers Coast Classic. College Aggies, 6-0, in
title
March Conference at
21st 1964 game
this
of Allen Moore
intercepted a Boston Celtics profes- Gymnasium.Tuskeger lists:
to the seas en's outstand- Stanley Fdwards started the annual Carolina Clas-
internationally famous Baton Rouge, La. heads
pass off the hands of sional teamas assistant Institute
ing interior lineman the scoring, after the sic here on Thanksgiving
auto road will for Kearney. Mo. this
race start
Simmons and ran 90 yards basketball coach. November 30. 3:00 p.m.
(guard or tackle). Wildcats had rushed Day to take the CIAA
at the old time of 10:00 for the touchdown. The The announcement ?f Saturday (Dec. 7) to en- Morgan State Collage.
Top Negro players elim- their way down to the cba ;riongh ip.
State col-
and Kearney
finish
a.m. 10:00 gage
p. Israel to Singleton com- Green's appointment was January 18, 2.00 p.m.
inated from All America five yard line andto The Eagles scored one
lege in of the
m. Twelve hours later and ; bination carried the made by Frank E. Lewis, one Howard University,
consideration because of within inches of the touchdown early in the
National Association of
injuries, which sidelined more than one thousand extra points over, and head basketball coach, January 28, 4:00: p.m. ;
goal Edwards a 185- first period and made it
miles Intercollegiate Athletics
them for all of a flat out Allen University won 22 and who also disclosed Hampton Institute, _
or part of pound Junior quarterbackfor stand for the rest of
the testing of men and cars. to B-CC's 18. that A&M will play a up play-off games.In February 3, 7: H ,..IR,.,
season or preventedthem (NK Due to requests from B-CC plunged across the ball game behind a the second NAIA playoff -
from The Coca Cola Company 20-game, home-and-away and Johnson C. &*ith'
operating at the goal line for the rugged defense and the
Press affiliates contest, the Collegeof
from all
February
presented a trophy to schedule during the University, 7,
full
effectiveness, were first TD in the game. fine kicking of Billie
over the world we trust Emporia was pitted
the winning team, and 1963-64 season. 7:00: p. m.
11 fullback Junior Coffey that this schedule will Edward's plunge was Shropshire, a freshman against St. John's of
of The road schedule includes
outstanding player Green, a graduate -
j, of Washington and halfbacks be more satisfactory to quickly followed by L. standout. Minnesota at Minneapolis.The .
awards university Hampton Iamtit.iteDecember
went to Jerry Colorado State :
Marv Woodson of in- all concerned. ) Bryant of Allen, when With the victory and playoffs winners
Simmons of Bethune-COok- is a productof 14; Johnson C.
k.a and Mel Ren fro of The 1964 spectacle of he went over for Allen the CIAA title went to will meet in the NAIA
Oregon. man College, and George Carver High Schoolin Smith University, FH*.
Sebrin will continue to on- a twenty-one.y.ard.- North Carolina
College title
"
g in the Camel-
game
Halfbacks Gale Sayers of Harold for Allen. Gadsen.. Ala.._ 16; Howard Univcmity.January ,
take the lead in all auto pass from Jessie Israel. -- ralso permanent posses- lia Bowl in Sacramento
: 10, and HorKnState .
Kansas and Willie Brown road racing events Still in the first sion of the giant Bull- Cal. on Dec. 14.
Passes Doom College. Jan 18.
of Southern California throughout the United quarter, Eugene "Cho Eagle Trophy having won The Panthers apparently The team will also

narrowly missed All America States and Canada. The> Cho" Clapp scored the three-games out of the passed up a chance to
participate in the CIAA
honors, stated Look. Sebring 12 Hour Endurance second B-CC touchdown, Rattlers Hopesgoat past four-year series play Florida A&M university Swimming ChanploN,.

The fbotball Writers Association Race is the again after the wild- and the annual Keepsake in the annual
to be held in
Washington -
in picking the in the united cats had forced their
only race Trophy, both given by tie Blossom
football
1963 Look All America In a thrilling 60-minute when his pitchoutto Orange D. C. February 28-
States which will count to within inches of
way Greensboro and Durham in the Orange Bowl
game
struggle which was nip Felts was out ofBotby's 22.
followed a precedent set for points towards both the goal. Cl app 'a 275 bottlers of CocaCola.The .
in Miami on Dec. 14, to
by the late Grantland Rice and tuck all the way, invading reach, the ball
the World Championshipfor Junior plowed throughthe Aggied out performedthe campaign for the NAIA :
Texas Southern being recovered bySouthern's Seal Sales
and selected a 22-maD team
Manufacturers'Prototypes Allen line with no in about
/ Eagles title.
finally received sweet Bob Smith.A .
on which each player en- and the Grand result on the try for everything except the Morgan State college of NEW YORK -- A record-
here last Satur- short time later
Joys equal first-string Touring Championship.Other the extra point. revenge Scoreboard. They led in Baltimore will be FAMU's breaking number of solos
day night by their 20--14 Douglas hit Wells with a '
races so honoredare Jerry Simmons, on a first downs 13-4, in opponent in the Orange of NAACP Holiday fteftlft
here nationally
upset over 2i-yarder sending the
: The Targa Florio, 15 yard pass from this year wan forecastby
rushing yardage 136- Blossom Classic, traditionally -
ranked Fla. A&M's visitors ahead 14--8.
Royal Crown.' I Italy Nurburgring Edwards, ran the third yards to 35, and in total but not officially Miss Bobbie RrMieh,
Rattlers. Jex own Bob Hayes who
Cola Germany and the 24 Hour touchdown for Bethune- Southern was the first had been contained by yardage, 219 to 166. The played for the director of the seals

Race at Le Mans_ France. Cookman College, againin Eagles out-gained throughthe mythical Negro national campaign, here this
to break into the scoring alert Southern line
the first half of air by 131-yards to football championship. week.
column in the fading throughout the game,
the game, and B-CC was 83-yards.
I moments of the first showed his audience the
not allow to score Shropshire's 'k ick ing' WHEN YOU ARE ILL
CLARKS MEATS quarter when frosh reason why he's theworld'
again. The score at kept the Aggies deep in
quarterback John Douglas s fastest dashman t.
halftime B-CC-18. Allen their own territory for Tou Se.k The Best Doctor
when he in
who passing was responsible gathered the x
University 6. cost of the game. He
When Your Doctor Prescribes
for all of the punt on his own 15 and

1510 SAN MARCO 1601 UNIVERSITY IN LAKEWOOD In the third quarter. winner's TD's, hit end jetted all the way to averaged 40.4 yards in Get Expert.s.,:ed Pfearaaciotft

LakewMd Store Open Snn. 9 a.m.-7 p.lI.CLARK'S minutes after less of play than, Jessie five Herman Driver with a 6- pay dirt. eight for 51-yards kicks,in one the going air. .. .According to Your Doctor

yard toss. Douglas then In a fake punt setup Orders.**? Dee Only Ibw B 0t
TENDER TASTYCHOPPED Israel tossed to passed' to end Warren Wells passed to driver North Carolina College Dr. C. F. Black
Quality
Nathaniel Boston, for scored at 8:49 in the .. nIA
rietor
$ Pr i
5 00 Wells for two extra on a 17-yarder earring
1 Allen and Boston scored. first period as Aaron
points.Southern 8, A&M: 0. them to A&M' s 34. The
4 OZ.STEAKS. Israel tossed to Singleton -, ; '
Martin passed tf rfrt
c SIRLOINS In the second quarter Douglas hit driver for 3 REGISTERED RIARMACIBTK ID gtglVC YCU .
in the end zone for Fvans 24ryards. On the :
halfback Bobby Felts sped the clincher. Southern A CO IIP LETS: LINE OFCosmetics _
L the extra point convert previous play Martin had < ..
34-yards to score and 20, Fla. A14.
Be sure to see BIOGRAPHY every Wed. Night on Channel 4 hit Robert Cureton witha Rubber ftmih Can*en Q itlrlq -
then ran to 2-extra Herman Driver, a Junior
Later in the third good for
at '7 p.m.-educational and Entertain in* points to knot the score. end, broke end coach pass 56-yards. -PRESCKIFIICNS CALLED FOR AND I ,.IftIUIDLilly's -
quarter. George Harold the kick attempt failed.
A -. Felts was named the William Glossom's five

games most valuable player year passing receiving But that one score was Store

Edward Waters College at the game s end and I record of 35 catches for good enough to decide the Drug

received a handsometr 629 yards by grabbing 39 CI AA champs in the

ophy. passes for 646 yards and torrid flag race. 1907 KINGS ROAD EL 3-8276 t

Rattlers' ace Quarter- eight 'I'D's. ..L
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back Jim Tullis momen- End warren Wells broke

T'V tarily dampened A&Ms; Glossom's record of 8-

aspirations when lie TD's in one season by LOOK!
A Clime Weekend Pachje fhul
fumbled on the one after scoring 10. Both driver

the team had marched 94 and Wells have one more

yards,Southern recovered. year to play. For the TIME ofyotff LIFE. .

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the Rattlers, has been las policeman, T. D. Tippit .
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selected as the team to r taken la as part paywent -
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YOU GOT 5250 .4 an to cap-
AND ABYISW face MM here December uM ture the suspected killer Lee if you wiafc.
I GOT A 3 BRM HOUSE FOR
14 in the annual Orange Harvey Oswald. 5. 110 reserves tie la
ADVICE IN ALL AFFAIRS OF LIFE YOU. PVC:) IN BEFORE )M S.
Blossom Classic. !UIoa Sixty two years ago In 1901 I rawet of yon ctttiee
LOOK AT 5806 CARNATIOH.REDECORATED when President WllltamMcKin-
Dr. George W. Gore Jr for CbristMs delivery.
Are You Suifering-Sick- %
H IN & OUT. LGE. ley was assassinated Georgia
president of A&M made. CANNON MUSIC CO. 44t..
s LOT. ONLY $48 A MONTH OR born Negro Walter emerged the
Need Advice f u CALL US ANYTIME.SUN REALTY the announcement Wednes- >hero. It was he who seized Dural. Ph. 353-9637. Op e
and wrestled to the ground C.Z. Mon. thru Prl. Bights
See Rev. Laaar. She has 1811 BLVD.. El.3-7203. day.Both
Morgan and AtM Czolgosz. the undisputed killer until 9 p.n.CASSIUS.
the God-Given Power to FOR SALE have identical 7--1 won, of, the Pre ident. His name was
heal by Prayer. Guarwee 1 J F. Parker.
\BIG SACRIFICE loss records with each President McKinley was attending -
\ to heal the sickand ((1)) Two UNIT APARTMENT team have 'one remaining Pan-American Exposition -

the ailingbut there 1605-1607 W. 10TH ST.. game. Come Saturday, the w at Buffalo N.Y. on
Is no pity for those LtlCK AND Sept. 6, 1901, when he shot
ME/INd LIVE IN ONE SIDE Rattlers will face Texas was
who know they are in PRES. LYNDON B. JOHNSON addresses joint session of by Czolgosz, a Russian-born
OTHER. MONTHLY
RENT OUT Southern University'sTigers
hard Inch and don't Congress shortly after assuming the reins of govern Pole and fatally wounded. CLAYOn
cone to see Rev. Laaar. PAYMENTS LIKE RENT. in Jacksonville'sGator ment. Behind him are House Speaker John McCormack Czolgosz stood in line of
((2)) 1537 ANDERSON ROAD Bowl.Morgan stacksup people greeting McKinleywithapistol
Guaranteed to don't have to and Carl D-Ariz. presidentpro
help or you pay WILL REPAIR TO SUIT CUS- against VirginiaState D-Uass.) Sen. Hayden ( ) concealed in a bandage The
ten of the Senate. wrapped around his hand. He
TOMER. SMALL MONTHLY PAYMENT. this Saturday.. ,
Come You'll Bless The You Did
Today Day triggered the shot as President
CALL FOR APPOINTMENT. The Gait hex-men droppeda
Open 7 days a week from 8'in the morning until 10 "at Annual Policemen's Ball McKinley extended his hand in KEN KNIGHT
MR. LIPP 355 95941 14.12 decision to friendly seting.
JACKSONVILLE. RBV. LAMAR.
night. FIRST TIME IN
AFTER 6 P.M. Ex 8 1520. Tennessee A&I Scheduled For Parker an Atlanta waiter
located in her own home is at SaturdayAlvin who had worked at the Kimball SHOWCASE
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LEARN AT HOMEHow Downing andhis famed orchestra will furnish House In Atlanta was behind
Take Moncrief bus no. 38-B to corner of Moncrief and the slayer in line. He Imme- 9:00: A.M.
music for the annual Police Association's Ball
Hiway No. 1 North. Walk 3 blocks North on Hlway 1 to make: Bangs, diately subdued Czolgosz after
scheduled for Saturday, Dec. 7 at 10 p.m. in Duval the shooting and wrestled him
and look for big white sign with cross. Curl-ClustersPony SUNDAYCHANNEL>
County Armory.Downing to the ground with the assis-
Tails and
RCV. LAMAR gives lucky days and lucky hands.A bles Wiglets.
: a native Jaxon is an accomplished musician tance of secret service agent.
sed lucky charm is given free. Ton too can be Records show that the assas- 4
NEW Ticture-Method' and served as a band leader with the Air
healed through the power of the Lord and HEY. sin suffered a broken nose and
Home-Study Course Force before retiring from the service. the loss of several teeth during
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