The Florida star

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The Florida star
Uniform Title:
Florida star (Titusville, Fla.)
Alternate Title:
Place of Publication:
Titusville Fla
S.W. Harmon
Creation Date:
August 31, 1963


Subjects / Keywords:
Newspapers -- Titusville (Fla.) ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Cocoa (Fla.) ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Brevard County (Fla.) ( lcsh )
newspaper ( marcgt )
newspaper ( sobekcm )
Spatial Coverage:
United States -- Florida -- Brevard -- Titusville
28.591111 x -80.82


Situated on the banks of the Indian River, Titusville in Brevard County was settled in 1867 by a former Confederate officer, Henry Theodore Titus, and his wife, Mary Hopkins Titus. The town was incorporated in 1887, by which time it was already famous for its citrus and pineapple crops. The arrival of the Florida East Coast Railroad in 1892 laid the groundwork for a tourist industry as well. The Florida Star and later the East Coast Advocate and Indian River Chronicle provide a diary of these developments. The Florida Star was a weekly newspaper published by P.E. Wagner from 1880 to approximately 1882 and later by S.W. Harmon. On November 1, 1912, the newspaper moved from Titusville to Cocoa, Florida. The Florida Star ceased publication around 1917 and was succeeded in turn by the Indian River Star, which operated until 1920. Another Titusville paper, the East Coast Advocate and Indian River Chronicle began on July 13, 1900, as a continuation of the Indian River Advocate and East Coast Chronicle; the latter had been preceded by both the East Coast Advocate, edited by W.S. Graham, and the Indian River Advocate. In 1920, the East Coast Advocate and Indian River Chronicle merged with the Indian River Star and was subsequently published under the title of the Star Advocate.
Dates or Sequential Designation:
Began in 1880; ceased in 1917?
General Note:
Publisher: P.E. Wager, 1880-<1882>.
General Note:
Published at: Cocoa, Fla., Nov. 1, 1912-<June 5, 1914>.
General Note:
Description based on: Vol. 1, no. 23 (Sept. 29, 1880).
Funded by NEH in support of the National Digital Newspaper Project (NDNP), NEH Award Number: PJ-50006-05

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University of Florida
Holding Location:
University of Florida
Rights Management:
Copyright Florida star. Permission granted to University of Florida to digitize and display this item for non-profit research and educational purposes. Any reuse of this item in excess of fair use or other copyright exemptions requires permission of the copyright holder.​
Resource Identifier:
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34175599 ( OCLC )
AKR0018 ( NOTIS )
sn 96027111 ( LCCN )

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Indian River star (Titusville, Fla.)
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Indian River star (Cocoa, Fla.)


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:i pKY (LtRARY HlsGre test Hour ,

JI 1 o! FLA. HISTORY .. 1
: By JOSH WILLlAJtS # 1J : i '! ;:
More than 200.000 Negroes and % ites, CarrY.l.nIL dressed the throng. The gracious Marian Anderson chairman of the Student Non-Violent Movement : .1Ji1i.
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freedom banners famed Constitution Avenue thet. held the. crowd in her hands as she sang .fleas Got* .sPOke in subdued tones after his. speech had been a>, tirringbenediction, In the-Banner iha%; only .1

.. Avenue of The Presidents' in our nation capital 2sK' The Whole'World In His Hands' and the great MahatiaT* toned.down; Mrs Daisy Bates spoke for the distaff a., Bttcapable> *of.. doing., .* It was fitting!..frfcetffWk n bJZ

in a massive 'March for jobs and freedom' The two'" senior vfreedoB. .fighters' shouldfront1 at L-. .
Jackson moved the crowd as she poured her soul into > side then came Ehuttleworth, Marion Brando Burt -- -

gigantic throng gathered before the memorial *"dedtf- .. _> ,.JJeveral-gospel''l"enrJitiona. Many thought of the;, r Lancaster and fiery Walter Renter of the Auto .' "of,the Lincoln' Memorial together aad :t

icated to the Great Emancipator, Abraham Lincofn the Easter Sunday when racial bias forced Miss Workers Union. Catholic, Jewish and Portestant th :spotlight in this the greatest deaeastra i"", J Jin

and in words and song:de- Anderson this ministers the't history of our country It 'was also pr <
to sing at very spot. J' spoke and urged Christians to oract ice

k' manded 'freedom now' They But the dominant: figure of the day was the Grand"' brotherhood, in speech after speech.A that Martin Luther King, a product of Mores J.I"

came from F1 a.: to Maine Old Man of Civil Right, A.. Phillip RandoIjSO : moving moment occurred when Mr. Randolph announced should receive the accolades of the crowd a:' J
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from California to Brook was 'his day' as hestood_, .at.the' mikefoVthree: ...: the presence of the widows of several with his president.When .
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lyn. hours and with a vigor belying his 'threescore: ,: persons killed in the fight for rights. The the crowd filed away and IB ft the beetttl !t

t The march was an ensuing and ten plus years served as master of ceremonies.!% crowd also listened raptly to a message from CORE Mall a mass of templed grass littered with ;
"' Ii''"
program staged with Demilleor all for the fete that was his brainchild. The medium director James Farmer who is in a Louisiana you could picture a twinkle In Father Abrah
of the air of a
of television provided youngsters for whoa the Parish Jail serving a sentence for demonstrating.Of eyes of stone as he whispered to A. Phillip t.
I w.Griffth spec-
name of A. Phillip Randolph is only a legend, and all the speeches Martin Luther King drew the dolph, "well done' This was the grandest ,
r taclular. The cast was a r
I opportunity to see and hear the Dean of Civil loudest applause when he cited his dream of freedom. for the Florida boy who left Crescent City a
a who' s who in Negro An-
Rights. His voice was firm and clearand the .eloquent Dr. King cited his belief in the American early age, attended school in Jacksonvillewent !
erica plus many support- i*
tones which'our ,fathers knew so well res- dream. and urged 'freedom: now' in stirring tones. on to found the great Brotherhood of 81 ,
' A. PHttfclP RANDOLPH ing playersfrom, the white
ounded all the. way down the Mall .from the Lincoln. He was followed by the famed Eva Jessye Choir Car Porters. and to become a vice-president of
I race. The mixed grey head of Jackie Robinson was
Memorial to the Washington Monument as he told singing freedom songs. AFL-CIO. The orderly, well-planned march .
seen in the van of a group of marchers holding his .
the gathered masses that 'We oust destroy the The program ended on a poignant note which en- fitting highlight in the career of the .a,
wife and one of his children by the hand; Lena '
notion that Mrs. Murphy s property rights Include yoked nostalgia among many of those present and went into the streets with labor in the twenl
I Horne, as vivacious as ever, glad in the symbolic s
the right to humiliate me because of the color of those viewing the proceedings at home. Dr. Benjamin took to the streets for fair employment during
,4 overseas cap of the marchers was there and made:
my skin.' F. Mayes, President of Morehouse College, World War II days under:% Roosevelt and returned to

, remarks; Dick Gregory was not comical as he ad- ...rii
The young turks had their say also. John Lewis, joined Mr. Randolph on the platform and delivered the streets today to cry for 'freedo. .'

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NAACP Drops AUGUST 31, 1963 15 CENTS
For Strike-Bound
Support Employes
County -
PlMMd Slit \,


j With the agreed upon Y -
, femoval of racial signs l x

t and the desegregation of P

other facilities, the Jax

Branch of the NAACP announced I
Wednesday that it TO INTEGRATE SCHOOLS

I has withdrawn U.S. District an impending Court-

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suit against Duval Medi-

cal Center. NAACP legal St. John Fla. 12 Ytws LoMf 1
counsel Earl M. Johnson Large Group

i'p stated'Wednesday Schools Stair Stop !
,In aid-July, Atty. Johnson I
1I1t-grate .. Joins.. pU
sent a letter to gltts-MialC.h ,, y'
Duval Medical Center Administrator :
ST. AUGUSTINE---Five .', Eleven Negro- fr'BE
Michael Wood
and the Duval Hosplt."lBoard grades in previously all- With nearly 40 Florida D. Wilson R.: L. Jones grade pupils w&l integrate
white schools have been
disclosing that he delegates leaving Jack- J. S. Johnson, R. J." previously al'j-

I had been retained by the integrated children marking five Negro the sonville by train Tuesday Elaine, R. L. Foster, white schools when
Duval County schoolsopen
Jax NAACP a of
evening to join his-
traditional breakdown of
tax-payers stating that B. J. Williams, C. B. Tuesday, Sept. 2.
segregation barriers in tory's largest non-
the complaintants were TIMELY GESTURE---B.F.! McLaurin:: (fourth from left), Southeastern Regional st.John County this week. violent Freedom March Dalley and others. The onegradayer

planning to enjoin the The five children two in Washington, The Miami delegationwas commonly termed the
Wednesday I
Medical Center from fur- Director of the Brotherhood. Sleeping Car Porters, Inc. offers $100 check toa
led John
by Dr.
boys and girl from the state well
a one was stair-step-plan, will
ther practice of racial representative fro the strike-bound non-operating employes fund of the
Brown, chairman of the ,
family and two boys ,from represented in the more
segregation and discri- Florida East Coast Railroad for hardships gained during the lengthy strike. another signed up for than 200,000 civil organizing committee, course along for 12 I.

mination the the operationof The presentation was made on behalf of the BSCP s Atlantic Coastline Unit. classes at varying times righters who which Weldon Rougeau, captainof years: before the local i

Atty. Johnson further James Longmire, businees agent of the ACL unit Is standing next to Mr. cials without said.Incident, offi- coincidently was organized the contingent and A. school system becomes !

revealed that the com McLaurin. (Royal Art Studio Photo)' The Negro pupils have by former D. Moore, head of theca fully integrated.The .

plaintants were "willingto contingent.The ; .
been assigned to elemen- Floridian A. Philip
present plan, submitted -
abide with you no City Council U.I.i.OISly tary school 1st. 2nd. 4th Miami and West Palm '!
Randolph. by the Duval
longer in continuedunconstitutional
your Bishops
5th and 6th grades.
Beach left their
doings." Dooms Nifro Subdivision Selected under the flor- It,is also a known. groups County School Board aad

DEADLINE SET In a surprised action Tuesday night, the ida Pupil Placement Plan, fact that,other dele train here and entrainedwith approved by the U. S.

The letter further City Council unanimously voted down a bill Back officials said one other 'the the Tampa, Orlandoand District Court here
gates attending Aug.
pointed out that unless to annex 10 acres of land to the City of Negro pupil failed to local groups here.Railroad despite vigorous objections
t register Tuesday as did 28th_"massive protest <. by the NAACP'
soae effort was made to Jacksonville which was planned for ,a $2
.RighJs another who was to? have left by bus, car and sources said Atty. Earl M. Jokasea,
in .
: desegregate existing con- million apartment; development an area "
'; t signed up at a Junior plane thus bringing thisstate's that the train would will integrate oae gradea
ncri Road an Stre t.
n..ditions;-.. on or 'before'August -' kaboundl'd' 'b o 45th:: '
WASHINGTON- pastoral high school.St. representationto pick up additional dele- with
15, 1963. a bill of J year starting
The area, which had John County school gates at Waycross, Ga. I
letter released by the well over the 500
complaints would be filed group pay $37,282 for
been purchased for the first aad ending
system had been ordered SavannahGa., Charleston
United States' Roman cat-
against the Center in the
U.S. District Court for $65.000 by the Churchof sewer materials and the holic bishops described to desegregate under The Jax delegates were and Florence, S. C. with the 12tb graJe. I 11 :

the middle of Florida.It : God in Christ, city pay $22.078 for racial discrimination as Federal court order. led by local NAACP Another group from the Meanwhile, Negro students -
Western Florida, Inc. "the conscience the Augusta Ga. would
of area
has been reported that
equipment and labor including -
Dope Smuggler president Rutledge Pearson froa the
was located just beyond nation trial outlyingareas
on ,
orderly of
process entrain with the Florida
desegregating facilitiesat the city limits and the a pumping sta- "We must act to remove Sentenced who was ably assisted will be covering

the Medical Center are sponsors had planned to tion.Ritter's. obstacles that impede the by the Revs. D.B. ,group in Florence. s I' miles
some forty a day
being, carried out. get financing from the proposal was rights and the opportu- In Miami Barnes, R. A. King, F. * *
nities of our Negro brethren to and from atteadaaoe
Federal Housing Administration received by the Council MIAMI--Reported to have
Film Stirs the letter said. at Jax schools, therefore -
for an Tuesday night and filed 'Ie should do our partto possessed a long recordas NAACP Report
a smuggler of mari- by-passing nearby
under information.
Deferi Civil estimated $2 Billion see that voting, jobs,
CHANGES TREJUDICET' housing, education and juana even while servingas schools in the Baldwin,

,Rtfhts Roles 200-unit apartment Rev. Samuel P. Nesbittof public facilities are a police lieutenant in On Jax Beach and other
Cuba D.C. March
development which aunt the Church of God in freely available to every Juaquln Cantera areas.
O DSKN, ALA.--MOYie Cordova. 42-year old has
American. It also been
reported -
be located within the Christ termed the Council Cuban refugee who admit-
.actors Marlon Brando, Released by the National that the NAACPis
city Halts. s vote 'a pre- Catholic Welfare Council, ted smuggling the dope Due SundayDelegates
into Miami received surveying the local
Paul Newman Anthony TURNED a 10
DOWN judiced act," and when the letter was read in
year prison tent in U. S. -
Franciosa and Virgil When the church backedby many dioceses last SUn- from the Jax ledge and others will school districts relative -
Councilman Barney Cobb District Court here Aug.
Frye defended their the City Commission day. A conference spokesman 21 Branch NAACP will give also outline plans on con- to the voMlMllty

asked legislative delegation stated there were 2,000 said that the bishopsare first hand reports of tinuing the unit's current -
Cordova, who was arrested that
right of coving here so-called Negro
to not required to read this week's massive
pass an annexation apartments in the civil civil rights prograa
July 17 in the home ofa
last Friday Aug. 23 ) .law placing the the letter. friend where he received rights of Washington locally and will also areas have been purposely
colored section for
to help settle the land within city Halts, tfcp illicit contrabread during the Sunday Sept. give a progress report on gerrymaa4ered.Dtnrs .
the legislators passed rent Rev. Nesbitt Naval AppointeeWASHINGTONStanley from Mexico admitted the 1 public aass meeting at actions which have already -

suaaer-long racial '..... ..,. 4 4 p.m. In St. Paul AME taken place.
:, the'plan onto the City""' countered that'housingin smuggling enterprise to ) UessOjwftiens
crisis. P.ebert. Church Myrtle Ave. and Members and the general

Council, stating that the Negro section of \ 41, the. highest customs agents. 13th St.Branch. public are urged to
Insisting they came Before passing sentence
Jacksonville was sub- ranking Negro In Wiscon- President Rut- attend the meeting. IIItJtII 'SkIH'
the council had powersto U.S.Judge Charles Fulton,
here as ambassadors of standard and that those sin's state governaent !

goodwill to countercharges act under an existing who live in the section has been appointed deputy said chastizing: "Ton the accepted defendant Jax Gl Held ii SfeyfegFRANKFORT. i

receive substandardwages. general counsel 111 the Department -
of agitators 1 av. asylua and financial assistance Oeraany---A Homes who according toaD
of the Navy.Navy Moonshine Whiskey stills
RITTffi OFF9SDPLAN 20-year old Jacksonville
froa the United Any spokesaaa admitted -
levied atainst thes by In conclusion Rev. Secretary Fred Korth an- were found and destroyedin
At Tuesday s Commission States, and you iBaedla- sergeant is being held on stabbing and striking

Mayor Leslie Gill Hand, meeting City Nesbitt pointed out nounced.Hebert.. tely proceeded to fire upa unspecified charges after Spec. 5 Aubrey Winston 18 of Florida's 67
formerly froa counties last aoath with
the four stars said they Highways and Sewers that rejection of the business to destroy theorals having reportedly admitted Plater, 33. of Washington
Orleans was former Duval County taking the
CoBHlssloner Lou litter of this country." the fatal stabbing of Do C. whose body was found
{ with group a effort to construct assistant city attorney lead In the avater of
to confer
another soldier the U.S.
stated that sewer installation ; dead In a clasp of treesin
the aayoraudacity officials would coat ', bJSusing for his' In Milwaukee before becoming ,* * Army reported Wednesday. Wlldflecken.: Illegal o per at leas pat i

aeaber of the Trade With Fins Held in Wuerrburg stock- The out of basin ess.aooertiac '
mea were assigned
but were re- *59,360 and recoaaeaded people "Is no way: of
Wisconsin Public Service to Richard B. Resting.
Star Advertisers ade Is Sgt.John F. Mathls to the 2nd Battle Group,

fevffed os every turn. that the, sponsoring building thecoaaanity'' CoBsissioa. of 607 Court P. Blodjett 8th Infantry Division. Rate'. Bev- ......:ite4bee." -,

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.FLORIDA STAR:' "i : ; fl. ,-. Politics. As Usual.


Published by the Florida Star Publishing Co. ;. Mt Secretary of Labor W.. Wiilard. Yfttz said
Weber of Associated. Negro Press r!
jj_ --,. -, ,q rC that the Manpower. .Development 'and Training

ERIC I. SI PSIN..................II II ER.ALYSM r Act 'has proved its worth In'combating one

of the basic causes of long-tern
unemployment -
E. VISE..........News EftftfHiil 't
and encouraging sound manpower plan-

WHIEH....................CifCtWlH .IIIIN ,, 1 I ning based on research.'
. '
I / : The Secretary pointed out that

i<- ) more 1.800 training pro -

jects for over 66.000 unemPloyed -
2323 tocriif' Eia4..UsH Elfki 48712- %:W t 1 i 4' and underemployed per-

-EL 4-6783 sons have been approved since

MAILING AIIRESS: last August. As of August 1,1963
k '1 ,- i '. '' t 43.000 trainees had begun SIMPSONor
P. i. ill 561, Jicks.iillii J 1.1 Funds, i'
A t : completed training. Approximately 23.000

StilSCMTIftM RATES 4'I are presently being scheduled for courses

.. One Year $8.00 Half Tear tt.00 that will get underway shortly.Of .
toiled to You Anywhere in the United States
the 8.000 workers who haws
; Subscription payable In Advance ,
I Send Check or Money Order to: V TTn I courses during the past year 70 percent

FLORIDA STAR P.O. BOX 561 have been placed in Jobs almost wholly re-
Jacksonville 1, Florida .'.
I lated to their training.

'In addition, the Secretary reported that

\ ,ISSUES: GOOD AND. IAD, experimental and demonstration projects

. ..; have been approved to service 27.000 in-
," P. L. PRATTIS '
'. uby; ..'.
% 'Z r dividuals. These projects are aimed at developing -
(For .Associated. Press) .
new methods of reaching the hard

( .. :.I SEGREGATIONIST I REAL SUBVERSIVES core unemployed. il
President Kennedy is forcing qy man,
They are directly the
concerned with
Barry Goldwater on the defensive as the ____
time comes to cut up or shut up while- - Jobless in big-city slumsthe older worker

s J evolving plans for the Presidential race f the emotionally handicapped, the educationally -

r in 1964. : Your Weekly, ; deficient! the ,dropout, minority t

I Barry is glib as all get-outSand can groups and other disadvantaged workers in

. reach for casuistry at the drop of a- the labor force. '

: nother fellow s idea, good or bad. Noting thax the .
Horoscope Guide program in operation -
; You don't hear !much'. :'about)_ the 'Republican :: :t' : for one year as of this month, the

1 f truth squad- anymore- since- : Secretary said: These accomplishments re-

; Barry has been on:the.. .trail:* .All the Republicans ,: PAIIO The ASTROLOGERWHICH J flect a brighter employment pictu re for

need now is 'a Goldwater press many who had little hope wte
conference the morning after Kennedyhas :',: ,.. ARE YOUR. LUCKY-- DAYS FOR started. Any program as ambitious as the

done something, anything, wise or I
Manpower Development and
BUSINESS Training Act is
unwise. Barry can always tell us Americans I TRAVELARIES
: bound to ,
.... _ present some thorny administrative
--1 how dangerous or wrong. the :'''' and :
: operational problems.We have solved I
President actions are. He can back up your love or home life. hold you and your lifeor CAPRICORNBorn and \
some, are still
Achieve working on others.On .
March 21st thru an outstandingwork ,
his opinions wit11.. .whet, :stands. for reason Born business partner to- thru
l ?'- :, 3- .... -- April 19th, performance and gether. Dec. 22nd the whole, the program is proving effective ,J

\ As the nation moves toward 1964. however Extract all the fun you undertake an ambitious 5-80-11-15-78-581 Jan. 19th un providing significant numbers :
I can during the long week- program (4th 6th). ,
1 it is a bit intriguing to observe end. The chance to do so LIBRA For quite some time of the unemployed with new skills .

:/. what seems like the Kennedy *'strategy for is not likely to come 3-60-44-18-74-364 'Born Sept. 23rd thru you may have been playing Data compiled so far shows that MDTA pro- !
, again for a long time. Oct. 23rd with certain ideasas
; 1964. Just like Ike caused the American CANCER grams an focused on meeting the needs of
Whether you like it or Born June 22nd thru You are still under to what you expect
f people to feel that-.,he1 i.would get rid of not. you may be drawn July 22nd compulsion to speak your from life and where you primary wagj earners. Over 75 percent of I

the Korean war and Jumped over Stevenson, into taking or doing If you have 'made upI mind to yiur- allies and believed. it may offer" the men and 40 percent of the women enrolled (
5" *#** *. S* f .* j, jobs that wlll;' -squire mind to follow foes alike, but this is' you the happiness you U
our a in courses under' theAct head'sof'
head into the ffhi eHouse Kennedy is are
all your wits, skills:and certain course that is not the wisest thing to are seeking. Something I
w-- families '
dumping the cold war. This .is much more endurance. And if you are deemed necessary to mold do at this point (1st- that happens or what or households. Of those who

important than dumping the skirmish in gainfully employed in a your future life, do not 5th). The planetary emphasis somebody has to say have completed training, -75 percent of the I

Korea. It is like telling millions of national service or area permit anything of a is on silence and could furnish the key men have been placed in jobs as compared

voters that their. : children are going, to member of ,a partnership negative nature to cause mystery as this will to the puzzle enablingyou
live. J *' *, you may be expected you to, reverse your de- provide the best personal to, Investigate a to about 60 percent of the women.

No one dould have thought after the to perform next to cisions. There are so and financial protection brand new approach to Almost half the trainees have been drawn t

Cuban crisis that anything could be done miracles for the common many factors Impelling you can find your long-range obJec- from the ranks of the long-termed unemployed
cause (4th 5th), One forward that it right now. Mercury reverses tives. Do not upset your
to lessen tensions between the Soviet you found the Nation's Jobless
consolation be
y great way would only retard the. its course adding economy by trying something f
Union and the United States, but now the furnished by the know- workings of your destiny the admonition that unusual that may totals. !

newspapers are even running stories a- ledge that .you are laying to swim against the tide you may have to go backward backfire on you. More than 90percent of the trainees have 'r
the groundwork for financial of circumstances. You before you can
bout Russian fishing ships saving the Independence and ,seem to be thinking in think of going forward. 4-10-33-18-97-413 been approved vocational education

lives of .Americans at sea, ,and; of Russian personal security. the right direction and 'Resist the pressures of AQUARIUS courses, with the remainder involved in
others that are calcu- Born Jan. 20th thru I
agreement to a certain type of limited 480221654482T ready to use or cultivate -
AURUSBorn lated to throw you off Feb. 18th on-the-Job training projects.Much .
the talents that
inspection if the United States will April 20th thru are your birth-right. balance. of the training is being provided to

., agree to a certain type. of limited arms May 20th 820661456826LEO 1-90-55-13-93-195 individuals with limited educational
".. J..' SCORPIOBorn You, be in a
The long Labor Day holiday -
reduction. attainment. Approximately 40 percent of
Oct. 24th thru better position to seeka
should not be allowedto
t, Of course, this puts the southern Demo- elapse without extracting Born July 23rd thru ..N ov. 22nd rise in prestige and the trainees have not completed'high

crats on the spot. They* ve 'got to go a- the last full Aug. 22nd Unless your particular to benefit from your school. One out ,of every tn trainees hada
long with a man who seems to be doing 'circumstances dicate previous habits of
ounce of fun and pleasure Your liberality is well school education less.
there'wouldbe thrift. An long as yon grade or
something about the existence of human (1st. 2nd). Tour favorite known to those who know otherwise harm extending have the necessary funds Nearly 40 percent of the trainees pagebeen
. \ beings in the future. person or pastime should you intimately but itmay no
proceed with intentions in skilled
your vacation or other you may approved for training oc-
Barry think kind of a deal with have your complete attention be time for you to
may any An to spread your
in which event adopt a system that will pleasurable pursuits. cupations, over 25 percent in semiskilled
I the Russians is suspect and bad but the attraction to a personas professional or busi-
yon can be assured'of prevent from spend-
you ness interests and to and close to 25 percent in clerical and
American people will appreciate a deal theirs in return. Your ing or giving away more well as to somethingof sales occupations.
restore home along
artistic value should your .
in glittering -
which provides that they are going to participation social events than Give you this have matter and earn.your cot be resisted, as it the lines yon have always Among the principal jobs for which train

. be able to eatr,;.' drink' and be merry with could put you in touch particular attention holds promise of ful- wanted. While you ing has been approved are general machine
with intended whenno when circumstances filled hopes and good are at it. don't abandon automobile mechanics steno
the forward march of time.. your prove operators". ,
fortune. There Is the yourself to your former
one has any previous that it is .
necessary.The graphers typists clerk-typist licensed
Another strategic move from the Kennedy possibility of having extravagant impulses nor
claims on you. Those of adoption of a fool-
to attend to matter commit your basic resources practical nurses, welders, auto body
canp which Goldwater is going to find it you who are working on proof budget seems to a

difficult to condemn is the: tax-cutting creative projects will indicated. If you do not affecting your Job or to a dangerously repairman, aircraft subassemblers, elec-
doubt find the well-being. The sooner low level
no proper feel exactly qualifiedto
I by Republican Secretaryof tronics mechanics, solderers, and nurses
program presented this is done the betterit
Inspiration and stimulation write it up yourself 3-20-9 9-16-47-829 1//.
; the Treasury Dillon.: This is the kind to burn the midnight your mate or other close will be for you. aids and orderlies.

of BBiasure the Democrats, despite their oil or to presentthe associate will be only 9-100-88-17-25-918 PISCES Secretary Wirtz stated, faile the value .
cleavage on civil rights, have. the votesto world with an unusual Born Feb. 19th thru j
too clad to do it for
SAGITTARIUS March 20th of the MDTA is being clearly demonstrated. -
put over.leslecting l1ahaeDt.
This would be
you. .
I Born Nov. 23rd thrt it is not a panacea for the Bnevployaentproblems
this bill, every Democrat, 7-30-T7-12-84-731 haps the best thing that 21st
do. Dec. of the Nation.Mucb more is .
North and South will intone: "Now is GEMINI you can Hake it your businessto ; .
Born 21s t thru 27033192r273 Contrary; to the outcry prevent dissension needed.The Administration has pro-
\ the time for every Democrat to come to : that is being heard in .
June 21st VIRGO daring the Labor Day posed amendments to the law that would
the aid of 'himself," This will surely some quarters it is not weekend as that seems
Born Aug. 23rd thru time for a change.Things strengthen it.
The optimism and enthusiasm the only threat to -
override Goldwater obsession with the Sept. 22nd have to be thrashed out to be I
of a generous what should be a very 1e nave found that reaching the hard
false issue of States Rights.I further before decisionscan
friend may in some way With a short work week harmonious and diverting
would not blame "my man" Barry from be connected with an upsurge in prospect due to thevel'1 be reached or agree- interlude. If. despite core long-termed unemployment is the ,. I

of romance and pleasant Labor Day ments secured. You yourself good intentions on, all Dost challenging aspect of the training J
feeling discomfited, nor even Nelson have no assurance
creativity in your life. interlude business and sides, friction has been So of the people we are -
that know the true program.
Rockefeller.This upstart Kennedy has done It is possible that your employment:>> : activities are yon generated, the possibility -
state of your feelingsor aiming at just do not possess the basic
not calculated to hit
the very things Rockefeller would have hopes are nearing of making up and
fillment but this willnot' their full stride during that your views or finding a more comprehensive education which would permit the to absorb -
done if he had the chance. It s a wonder with- this Quarter perhaps not plans are sound enough
be accomplished basis for closer
how the President gets around to these out some complicationsor until the -end of the to serve your purposes.If collaboration is ac- conventional training. Congress has

matters, touching so many people, when dramatic developments. month. This should not yon do have to take tivated. These are also before it now amendments which would pro-

be has so many other things to do. This could involve the prevent you from makini,. up important transaction the days to make thenecessary vide greater assistance to those wse ..IOfed -

If I can make ,it to Washington on the fully In one way or the best use of your personal they would be more successful arrangementsor who have low educational backgroandc.
'28ttl I'm going .to ask horn 'how he mapsetrsteiy. another. The results are attributes and intellectual handled behind preparations for
abilities tc closed doors Instead of hope these amendments are speedily ap-
bound to have an emotional I coning cruises, or world-
j In the glare of publicity. -
the for the :
Impact on everyone pave way wide voyage with the proved.

April 2, 1907 ",Josephine Baker, a star concerned. Sparks are headway yon expect to,.. some. You rather no doubt weighty have matters rue who is willing to go (

on the Paris stage for more than 25JMUS. I again likely to fly make before long. One oi; on your mind. along with yoa. I April 3, 1944 Supreme SSJtvcJd,
!I main tasks will .
when a your
specially fwhite : ,4'
j was born in St. Louis 110.I bet 6-4 -Tr-12-M-461 S-50-66-19-84-1S6 urinary {
also becomes involved in l to protect the bonds
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1 Mrs.. EfedMf Hobs : VALUES tf FT .. !
Mrs. Eleanor Hobbs off FIRESTONE und GATE CITY

9f 4110 Katanga Dr. was the ,: ,.
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recent host to a highlyentertaining :
S rush. aeober- 1 1 HANDS TO BRING YOU THIS GREAT ..

ship social. held on the .. .. ... ....,., AUI

lawn of her residence.New BEDDINGJOIN ,.r .. .X11. ,
embers taken into, the .
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I unit were: Mrs Gallic jus > ;,. ; .
tice! .Mrs. .Catherine: Rosa l : ti I
i Mrs. Viola McHenrie and
1 > ;'Urs. Lillie tfathews. .. : nYwvAit p.Y .' .Y,*. l1. '
: : jtt. Conducting the Rushee'. s, 1 t.t.I't,

,11"" ; event: were Mrs.Ella John- -., .'--_. ._- -
MISS VIQIi"A<. .. CALDWELL. son. Hostesses were Mrs. r : <*:

of 3620N t r Myrtle .Avenue.' Annie le Brock Lee Heads.Mrs. Mrs.Mab-Carolyn- : ,, .; .? ,: .* ; :. :. t. ,. .. .1 l'l't.

left the. city recently: ,Mmbric and Mrs. Anjee. ; -. .. -... ..... .. .........- -' -_. :
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Robinson.' F : : _
to visit relatives .
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The grand prize a draw- < ., '!

friends. .In Delaware. ing.of Alexander ,Harnil-: :;i V**V V...*VA '. : ..

where, she. will be the .. ton. sketched by former J '.:. :; !
f 5 : Eunice Lock tt. ., ..
Jazon.;Urs. L.- I
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house guest of Rev. and ,. of 'Washington.. D. c.. was :: !'Oooo.. -; ""' ,...... ........;.....'.-...;: ::: ::. .... ..... .. .... ,
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Mrs. Hilton Palmer; a won by Mrs.Martha Williams! '., I i : 1.- ;

three day visit. In-Pennsylvania Mrs.. Louise; 'Gibson, who ,.. ,, L. : _: : .. -
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recently underwent 'surgery ; ..; --- .-.. .. -\ .
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i where .she. will, at NAS Hospital isconvalescin8Mat. 1I01Ii";;;;";;;; ...;; ....--. ;: ... "''' .""' .. ...... :;;.", .... .. biJW. : ., .. .,'. ,. bi. .' ....'...ii'jfeTWIN
be the house guest of her 1357 -- = : ;:: :\ .._.. : ::: : .
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Mrs. Austlna_ .J3ra.dl.ay, .W. 25th' St. residence.An ... / \ '(jJ- \,\
important''busiliess'session : b !
Pittsburgh, and $o the \\.
Mill be held II( \ i 1

Bronx In New York City Thursday, Sept., 5 at 7:30 tt. \

where be p.m. in the 'home of 'Mrs. ;:: :
h.oswd. -- .' ; .r
"Carolyn'lmbr1c 709 ....
N. '
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, by Mr...}and ..Mrs. Leroy: Lincoln Court. :s .. .. SIZE 95 : I f: .'
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Hodges. .,Her. many. friends :'Jax Instructors-Y :ts; '- V: .FOAM SENSATION oxclj II ., 1. !, .

are wlshipg her an enjoyable '. S : : .:

stay. Complete .Summer"Study I I : _c;.. .f. > ;:'
; I;' .: Fun 39" width FMIH math... 1. l h.- I

At FAMU with bu.tiFul 4acorltor patNr. E"-gin'
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BIRTHS S-S- .' .. 'c.L.:: r... .... .... J i :"i.
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I Capers G. Bradhan, S :. .. .. -! ;,

Mr. ,&, Yrs..John: .. Hard._ .science '. : .
instructor at SSS. < $X. !

wick; ,566 )wisteria t. .
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Northwestern DOUBLE
High School: FULL SIZE, 5 3431 ?:
Girl. Foam, s ied at. .2.2.95 .
1. '. : .: Mrs. Mary A. Goodwin, 4t)>" lallr..prf : ,'t..

grade teacher Pine 'r ;

4640 Moncrief.. Rd; Girl._ ..., '. ,:, : ,
'II.J iJ A JL I Forest Elementary" -.J1". ., \. ,
Mr. ft Mrs. Melvin .Jos-' -i % ..... I .Jr.Jll"--"'" / ., ':" e. .. !f
School and Otis :
( U. Sims :
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ton; 5616, .,Minosa. .. Cir.. ; ':: who lives in Jacksonville :: .. ., '''''''.'-4''A :;' '
Boy. A '. '. r: .. .' ::.,but, teaches :at the First. =-_ : : & .

Mr. ft Mrs... ., clydr,. 'Page. I' .; ,, Street. School'in .Bradenr .: .. FACTORY V TO .. i

.1 1810 Ever. son St. ., Boy. ," : '\; ",-, 1 : : :
ton attended the 8th annual ... --. '," .,, .. : PR"I'CES'I I
Mr. ft Mrs. Henry. Rodgers TeachersPrincipals ., :
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; 570 W. 31st St. \\1..
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i and,.Supervisors, 2""'

Boy. .. ., during the: 1963 Summer ... ..... -. Your Choice I .95' ,' .ai. p &." .

Mr. ft Mrs.! Albert :Foster ....: .,... I
Session. )
L .. ; exch.

; Rt.> '> j.7 ..Box ij,.63-K.. ;.,.....': .Mr. :>BradhBm'svprolectji : '*.:, FIRISTONI 100%;:: ..j ; !
Girl FOAM RUIIIR ''''t PAY AS YOU ? t .
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Mr. fi 'lr sJ" RooseY,lt -' ... ., . !( \ '1104 'ii .... r !
:1t ) for. a. ., .. :. --1 SIA1EPON.
Bacon 2537 Franklin TWINSII'. i ;. b.-. ,
; t. ;_. :'the Plbri'da,:Aiehad'E1/-" .; )
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Girl. j'J.41JA.
... ,1 : '." ementarySchoo1- -.' oMrs. -' '
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Mr. ft Mrs. fflndle. ,.Me- .-. Goodwin researched ,
.. 'a ., .. ,
f '> Ilz.( In either of above, only $49.95 !

Intosh; 165 I. 2nd St.,:_ ,,'Teaching ..Scienceidn"theIntermediate f .

Girl or-t ;t I. .. j.h Grades .at -... .; .

Mr. ft Mrs .Alvin Brooks;. Pine Forest Elementary ... '
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3143 Ray, :Road;:' Dirt ,",Scho cl;l' Mr. Sims .wader -. : ;":...1io: ,1:"' < ;... < l' '. ,
Mr. ft Mrs. Robert Fle- an intensive study aff : -r7' 'ff" .. : ,,: : EL 5-3431
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chter; 1435.Windiest. '. .. .. .: !., ,. : ,. "
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Fast FreeDelivery : ? .40\ la t !
hardson; 1722 Davis St..;! .' Street School.*, : .... ... FIRST TIME EVER OFFERED BY to :. t'q, .

Boy i / '. '.... .*. These' served .-r GATE CITY!
persons .. .
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Mr. ft Mrs., ,John:White-; t i the conf ere Ii Q in) the ; Sa :. : :
1529 Helena'ti.; Boy.: 'following :positions : ., IIC' INCH. FIRISTONI 95 Local & Out of: Town t .t' : :
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Mr. ft ,Mrs, Bentley:. 0* ........ ". "' "N.'.... =. .HI. I II
t 'cb&1rmah.of Bulletin Committee TRESS OR Cat CKy't "m. .. .
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Neal; 2199 Benedict Rd; ... flC.I..r 1.rI" .xch. I I "' I f
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and other two per : ; H i ; j .'t I
Girl. maftrMi I I. tithtr qviltttf .rI ., ,
., :a:members of 'instructional '. .' t .. j ': \ .j. .J f j
Mr ft Mrs. .... filllc, fate; sons y H It M ,.tteraa ...: 9 .. .i,. .
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5638 Rd.. Materials MIa llse ..., ," < ,:
JBree ;
: Boy. -" '' '.- 1J,. \ ,' 1:1. '"
Annual.Outing: ."'Cc" mtttee.' D1:.r A.E. Teele :,;,, '. i t :. r 1'i'l : ( : 'nt.i )

Planar, the annual .was' .' director.., .,'" : I' '.. ; ';:, : :.:,. : .

beach outing to take Latror Day 'Tour -'< ,,_..: Full Size, cither of above,'only 59.95 t .... .' .
<' : _.......:; ; IOX SPRINGS SAME PRICE t ,-: A 1y- '. ,' .' f... '. !. I
place .on Aug. ,3lst.. were American ,f.eclonux ... ., :, : .
t discussed during the iliary Unit 197 are :Ji 11

regular nesting:'of the ., V ,,. i
I Rivera 'Social and ,Civic ._ planning! a trip to Silver 'i.o : ; //j.
Club which met-last Springs and return "!.. ,'" .. .
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in the home of 1. .r .
.on Labor Day Sept. 2.Buses ,". ..4oA.--:,:;, l' .w
Mr. and lrs. Lee Milton.. .. ; .:
o'j will leave,Baldwin .
1657 W./ 28th Street. ? IL .
.., '. .; !
i St. at :7:00. ,_ a.m.,; '" <

Benedict Rd., 7:15;.21st. :: ;""':.. ': ""' "., GET IN ON THIS BIG 'CO .; ,:r! ;

L41i and Moncrief, .8:00lr3tand : ii1 .. r KING SIZE BUY OF THE YEAR! 6.'W :' ,: '. ." ,

Davis. 8:15: Myrtle. i1 f f ."
.. .... ...... 95 .. .
j ,ABI and Kings Rd., 8:00 .. ,. ,.. Ie .w. MI A !3 :
: ...n'''';:,::: ...., Ckt t U.( .. ..? KING ,'.
_a. I !
p. ..
It cover Gray.Hair For ,tickets and further o.. l' BED, ..1.4.. 1 ICtof Sin ach.. :
Wm.Eau J. Brudft'tlccldt,DeBRa information, persons -"-',- .. .... >......... 2... t" tn THE LARGEST,: ; : .. ,...
may > ... : ad 12 k... -Ik.

Hair Colorer contact Mrs. Taft Cum .' :. .,. BEDDING&CARYK.I' f' ,

Will cover frt hair ta W to min*s, Mrs. Susie Camp .- f .
90 minutes No pack. No I : ,. t
it << .
mest.home.Leavrs Aqrooe.: can put mat bell .Mrs. Alice S. r:'. rHeadbeard it'' ;'

WILL hair NOT soft TURN and HAW histrouS Bell say.. ".Mrs.t Edith> Tucker > '.-,'., -. Extra, From SI9.95 .. .. THE SOUTH. .f ., ,"j

n win'not tip era: it says and. Hollywood. Music. '.. : Rev.5t.

on lac.aeveral sea waving' bthii caootba., gtImr evrltnc Shannoo parmaoeot or. Store.Dues. at a reduced'. rate. : .. . : : : < ., ;::' : : :
.taps'pay_teoinx tt '', free You DO matter-can,nothlac cover how are, .being". "accepted' for" *"i 1\'"1 ;:'> f. :: ; : ....: tw ': :1 ,: : : :

atabbora or how caused. 1964 with a September ; "
FOR deadline utHliill. .
eUCHB Q UP of :" .:}

use s Nat brtrrlerc t WttfcCAUTIONt. newt, '. : : '
PRA---- 1Favta' The'2G-C ..uI 1t1 Club .,. : PETWOW .. :
U.. .a. lreeU4 ,
Ubrt. fetors*' Mack, BafkBrawa. 'will' hold 'its 'annual- ate
Medina Brcwa.rtc :i. City &
per tar K.. gipxErARM Labor Day Barbeque 'on r MattresST .!. !tJ .. ;.- '
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J .- :-9 J2i 'j. ,' 5-3431 ,.
: eh' .
A. JD.ICe-snits 28th t.rtalr..residence+es./a....; -. all.. ; .' ] ., '
day Monday, Sept. 2 [-..:)' : .- >.. ... .- ...........a.. J
1 1315 lilts. II Ju. Fit.
The public la invited..

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Washington IMfhts Weedtam Presbyterian St. Paul YouthTo Simpson Hosts Registration Plans Slates Trial Sermon

Residents Organize CHURCH NOTES Present First DistrictConference( Announced By

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Home Owners Assn.. The Church School begins Benefit ProgramA Stanton VocationalAll ..-r, .
Very Successful
Following a series of Sunday. September 1st, musicale in behalf of students who are
I The First District Conference -
enter Stan-
preliminary meetings' the at 9:30 a. m. with T. V. Choir 1 of St. Paul AME t M of the North Fla. planning to a .

residents of Washington Huger superintendent In Church is being preparedfor District of the Methodist ton Vocational High

Heights sub-division J, Church was held with simp- School for the first
formed a permanent organ- charge. presentation Sunday, n son Methodist Church August -
er 15 through 17, Rev. time are requested to
ization and elected officers The Doming worship ser- Sept. 8th in the church
Joshua Reddick is Minister -
I to a unit which will observe the following Myc.
vice begins: at 10:50 a.m. auditorium. Leonard J. ;Rev.J.B.F. Williams.
be known the
as Washing -
District Superintendent regulations:
ton Heights Home Owners with Rev. F. !'. Wilson Roberts announced this
Bishop Marquis Lafyett (1) Report 8:30 a...
i I Association. pastor. delivering the week. Events get underway Harris is resident bis-
I Fleeted as officers were: Tuesday, September 3.
I Mrs. Fannie Duncanpres sermon. The United and at 4:30 p.m.Program hop.

identRugene; Georgefirst Westminister Choirs wills participants Study groups and open (2) assemble in the

I vice president:Mrs.Carrie support the rite with will include New Bethel x sessions were timelyand auditortun.

Lacy, second vice president rewarding. Those
I ; Mrs. Blastae Huger, Mr. C.Eo Simons Jr. at AME;: members. Miss Cheryl who assumed leadershipwere (3) Sit in the area

I secretary; Mrs. Shoemaker the organ. Ann Gilbert ACE League : Rev. J.B.F. Wil- designating your grade

assistant secretary; Mrs. PUBLICATION QUEEN -Mrs. Rovena Hughes a memberof liams, Rev. W.M. Ferguson level.
Children and youth president: MissatherineAnn
Flowers. corresponding New St. James AME Church and, who aleo serves Rev. Damon Dell (4) Remain there until
secretary; Mrs. Alma Joy- ages 9 to 18 are askedto Burney scripture; Rev. Clarence Steger, BROTHFR ROOSEVELT SMITH,
with the institution's Choir 1, brought two dis- you have been properly. a member of Mt. Moriah
ner, financial secretary; meet Sunday,Septhmber Miss Patricia Elizabeth Rev. Eddie J. Rivers ,
Methodist Church (
L.I. Alexander, treasurerand tinctive honors to the community recently when Rev. R. L. Holtz. Rev. registered and assigneda
r 1st at 6:00 p.m., in the Burney Willie James side), will preach his
Rev.Cornelius Jenkins she was crowned Miss Lafayette Harris Rev. program of studies and
Missionary Magazine by Mrs. trial sermon Sunday, Sept
tail ain. conference room of the Burke and Miss Marian Daniel Singleton Rev.
Agnes Ball, president of the 11th Episcopal District homeroom.All 1 at 11 a.m. A graduateof
At the close of the church. The purpose of Greene and Miss La- William Stitts Mrs. Wiley College.MarshallTexas

elections, the following s Womens' Department and wife of BishopW.F. Alverta P. Cook. Mr. students who were and presently tak-
this meeting is to organize verne Wnliams.readings:
committee' chairman was Ball, prelate of the 11th Episcopal Districtof James Stewart, Rev. J. in attendance during the ing in advance study at
appointed: a Junior Junior and Miss Bettye Brown, a. Reddick. Rev. A. L. New York University in
the AME Church. The event took place August term and givena
62.63 were
Pierce Mr.Rodell Rob-
Recreation, James Dick- High and Senior Youth recent Clark Collegeof Secondary School Adminis

) erson: Ways and means, L. 14th during the annual Tri-Institute at Edward erts and Dr.Richard V. program of studiesand tration. He is a memberof
Department of United Atlanta Graduate will
I. Eugene George, Fact Moore. Those bringing the Duval school sys-
Presbyt Brian Youth. All Waters College. Mrs. Hughes won the magazine'ssales a homeroom assignment
Finding; Mrs. Lacy, Soc- offer a dramatic review.S. messages during the ses- tem. The public is

i i al; Telephone, Mrs. parents are asked to Paul participantswill contest in Jacksonville and later was declared sion: Dr. E. J. Sheppard before the close of invited.

Flowers; Mr. Huger, safety bring their children winner of the state competition. The col- District Superintendentof school will go directlyto
;:; feature ACE League the South Florida District -
; Mrs. Hure, Civic bet- the assigned home- Fountain Chapel
orful Coronation processional was led by Mrs.
and also
attemd this
Rev. W. M. Fer-
terment, and Rev. Jenkins president; Robert Woffcrd. rooms for -further in -
Welfare. organizational meeting. Mary Ball, wife of Presiding Elder W.F. Ball of guson, pastor ofMcplea-
Miss Kathy Boone. Miss structi AME Church
Purpose of the organiza- Adults are urged to vol- the Jacksonville District and other state dig sent church,Gainesville s.
tion is to provide means Peggy Boone and L.J. Rob- Rev.Gibbs Cameron pas- Parents and students
unteer Youth Advisors.The .
of communications between as ert s.Allen. nitaries. tor of Mt. Nebo Church additonal infor- Rev. F. W. Jones pastor

residents and sponsors United and West- Gospel ConcertSet Alachua. A very inform desiring announced that prayer
N. Greene will Sister Thomas ative address given the
was concerning
i f and to develop a sense of minister choirswill rehearse meeting held nightlylast

.i duty and responsibility present organ highlights. For Sunday by Dr. Richard V. Moore program are requested to week was very well

\ between all concerned in September 3rd Mrs. Dorothy Bacon is Anniversary Fete president of Bethume attended. This week the

.Y// order to bring about a Tuesday night at 8:00 Choir 1 president and Night t Sept. 1st, Cookman College. call the. office of the women of the church will

closely knit spiritual, Echoes and Some outstandingguests Principal Leroy B, Jack supervise services nightly -
1 p.m. September 4th. Rev. R.J. Blaine is host Set For Sept. 8th t tA The Gospel
Dr. F. Shep-
civic and social program. : from 7 until 7:30 p m.
f Wednesday, Elder Grace Bivens Specials have completed son-El 65581 betweenthe until 8 o'clock.
: The new organization has pastor. musical extravaganzawill pard, Dr. J. C. Murry

1 completed plans for an Ezson and Dracon Muriel feature the 10th an- plans for a gigantic District Superintendentof hours of 8:30 a.m. Rev-Pickett is in chargeof

entertaining Labor Day niversary program of well the Central Florida and 4:00 the nightly servicesand
I Goldin will direct the Gospel Singers on p.m.Church
program under supervision Philadelphia PreparingFor known gospel singer. Mrs. District; Rev. S. S. Robinson will conduct the Love

i mid-week prayer servicein Parade program scheduled Pastor of Tyer Feast scheduled for Friday I
of James Dickerson s rec- Essie Mae Thomas which is Of Lord i

reation committee whichin the conference room Women's scheduled for Sunday night for Sunday night Sept Temple Methodist Church night.
part will Included Sept. 8 at 9:00 p.m. in Tampa, Fla. Jesus Hosts I
in Triumph
at 7:30 p.0. at 8 p.v. Sunday School will open
j swimming for the childrena Triumph Holiness Church. 1964 Session will be held ;
a softball game 'and horseshoe We need more people with preparation for annual Third and Franklin Sts. Holiness Church, Third at Mt Pleasant Church Fellowship SundayThe at 9:30: a.m. with the

i pitching.Mrs. with will power not Womens' Day the All singers and gospel and Franklin Sts. Gainesville, Florida,Rev. Church of the Lord superintendent and teach -

Lacy and her com- women of Philadelphia groups have been invited Featured the W. H. Ferguson, is mini- ers in chareg. The pastor -
won't power.Pailltearers' among Jesus will host the Min is all
mittee promise that there Baptist Church met and along with the song-loving autstanding ster. isters requesting
city s Fellowship Sundayat
will be an abundance of organized the following public. Already scheduledto choirs and stewardessesto
talent will be: the Jax AirmanIs 3 p.m. at its 5504 be hand for the 11
delicious barbeque and Way Tour officers for the Sept. feature the programare
Traveling Stars Gospel Brooklyn Fd. church au- Consecration I
all of the fixings. 15 daylong observance. : Reassigned a.m.
Mrs. 'Ella Rush,president crusaders Singing ditorium. Mrs. G. B. But- vice. Rev. Jones Is
The ashington'Helghtsswiming Chairman. Mrs. Eva B. Deacon Solomon Timmons, MCGUIRE APBN.J.--Air- i
of pallbearers SocietyNo. ler, sponsor announced.
all boards andcongregation
pool now in its Calhoun; co chairman Mrs Gateway Gospel Singers, Triumphs Celestials. urging
18, and the organization Friends :and the general
First Class Lennie to
-- second year of operation, .. out- 11'. Mathis Sr.f secretary.. Mrs. Angline McRride.Lat-. Mrs. Katie Pickett the man accompany II
,will sponsor ,an public are invited. Flder him at 3:30 for the
furnished treas. p.m.
has excellent Varnell Perry
Mrs. ; timore singers Celestial Fulwood of Jacksonville '
ing to Bethune Beach on Mobley is host pastor.
Choir 2 of
Triniteers communion
{ facility of instructions Mrs. Nellie Brown: Singers Mrs. Bernice
Labor Day. The bus sched- Fla. has arrived here "
f for"over 2.000 school ule follows: pastor of the day, Mrs. Staten. Heavenly Fire. Trinity Baptist, and Couple ReMarriesMr. to sick and shutin mem-

= ; children, and although Elizabeth Green; program Latimore G. singers.Union for assignment with a bers. Communion will be
26th and Moncrief, 7:30
s many other groups and Vernon and Mrs. administered during Sun- ,
the pool was constructed Mrs.WhilhelminaD.
21st.and Myrtle chairman. Singers, Thelmarettes. unit of the Military Air
primarily for Washington a.m. Towson. Holy Travelers. Mt. Ararat sine I's. Mary Lee Goins of 3812 day's two major services. ;
Florida Ave. and
; Transport Service following Grant Road (Southside), Evening worship will begin I
Heights residents, it is Florida Ave. Elected captains and representing Male Chorus. rs.p.thel Friends and the publicare
4th 8:00:
; a tour of dutyin were remarried on July at 7 o'clock and
being shared with the com the days of IX Bannister.. Sunny
and Union. 8:15.Clay; and invited. 15th. They: have residedin
preaching will start at
munity's children with Sunbeams.StarlightsProf. Alaska.
the week are: Rose !
State 8:30; Kings Jacksonville for the
the hope that citizens Davis 8:45; 4th and Sunday; Mrs. Rachel.fKelly Andrew McCallex AFTERNOON PROGRAM Airman Fulwood, an air past 13 years. 8 d clock.

will visit the Heights, Monday, Mrs. Ruth celsiors my Henderson. t ..
Myrtle, 9:00 a.m. ; Precinct 5-C will pre- policeman is assignedto - -
Inspect the available Notice: Usher Board 1 Malone; Tuesday, Mrs.Vic Gospel Fchoes, Holy
hones and purchase ultra- Lights Mary Goodman sent the Gospel Echoes the 1611th Air Police
Terrell Wednesday,
of First Born Temple 825W. tory ; : Free Delivery Free Delivery :
; modern structures. Friendly Trio. Pixie
Monroe St., will spon- Mrs. Sarah JonesThursdayMrs. ; and other singing groupsSundaySept. : Squadron here.
Already in. the planning Amanda Cole Friday, Jubilees Pinging wonders
Tal- ;
1 sor a trip to Robert Prater. Clif tone 1 at 5 p.m. He is the son of Mrs. : j
stage by Washington bot Island on SaturdayAug. Mrs. Febecca Teasdell; SHUMAN OF

Heights residents is a 31. The bus will and Saturday.' Mrs. Rosa Singers. Mrs. Laura Jackson in the Community Houseon Elizabeth Wilson of 5643
I recreation center and sunrise ingers.Sons
leave the church at 25 Lee BalL Acorn St. Bralt Ave., Jacksonville
nursery for children of W. Monroe St. at 9:00 a.m Rev. J. W. Johnson is of Jubilee. Golden Jubi- : DUVAL INC.I I
lees and Bivens' Ppecials All residents of the He is a graduate i of New
I working mothers. The public is invited. host pastor.
Mrs. Ruth Valdez will invited.. Stanton
I community are Senior High
-I give the occasion and Mrs Building Material
Committee woman Mrs. School at Jacksonville
Fthel D. Bannister will

serve as mistress of cer- Inez Bivens is in chargeof I and attended Edward
emonies. Assisting will The Best for Less
1 the program. Waters College.

assn be Deacon Chester Sister 235 LB. SHUMAN ROOFING ...$&29 PER SQ.

eater Jessie P. Butts. Mrs.Rosa 215 LB. ATLAS ROOFING ....$5.40 PER SQ. I

I Lee Hall Deacon Solomon now its Pepsi 15 & 30 FELT .. ... .. ........$1.8C PER ROLL I '

t ioclino s tosESrE Timmons Deacon Leroy I 2x10 SPRUCE .. .. ........... .see PER M. t ;

rooI' Mallory.Deacon Levlne.Mrs.William Bennie Thelna for those who I 2x4 RED CEDAR .........6ft PER LIN. Fr.t .

t 1 x 12 RED CEDAR ... .... .8H PER LIN. FT.
Edwards, will be dean of
hostesses with the young
t PANELLING ....... $4.50 PER SHEET

BIGGEST Beef Sale EVER! ladies tist Church from Julition and Lo Retta Bap- t %M 4x8 CHAMPAGNE WALNUT


J! # .. ., ...:< j UNFINISHED KNOTTY PINE ..... .513.96 I
Sooi .. <. %
U. S..Gov't. Graded Heavy Western Beef! Compare these prices with any anywhere Confag > .;:f ) r .
in the State of Florida. Save up to 20c Lb. : 'L % UNFINISHED BIRCH .... .. . .513.9
.' '. NO.2 OAK FLOORING (RED) ... .$150PERM.

CHUCK ROAST ..,....... ..........: ..... Per LI. 39c s rk t ttxl0$2.08PERSHEET.4x12$2.1OPZR SHEET

59c %" SHEETROCK 4x8-$1.34 PER SHEET,

} RUMP ROAST .'...... .. ........:........ ... Per L. 4xlO-L68 PER SHEET, 4x12-$1.01

.. SIRLOIN TIP ROAST ...... ............ Per LI. 69c ; 2"ROCK PER WOOL SHEET INSULATION 15&23

I : WIDTH ........ . ..... .. $40 pg Matt .
49c INSULATION 15&23
I ..... .... ............ .... .. Per t. WIDTH ... .... ...... ...... .$4T PER Me .

T-BONE STEAKS ...........:..&........ Per 69c 10x100 MILL POLYETHYLENE... ......... ...CLEAR. .$ .00 BOLL I I

SIRLOIN STEAKS ..:..:.'..;............. Per IB. 69c W3D S COMING to Jacksonville .r 10x100 MILL ... ........ ... .. .. .. ."JO BOLL I
Aug. 30th. for 1 METAL ROOFING 5V CRIMP ..$11.00 PER SQ. I
ROUND STEAKS 69c : LOCK ALUMINUM ........ .. .. .$ }
. .... ............;... Per u. week. REV. LING 0 f Det- ENTRY
----------------- -sY 1 ALL INSIDE LOCKS .. ... ........ .$1.26 ,
Your Blessed I
u. ;
.. ... ....... ... Per ENTRY DOOR
a- % -! %
I Ij
GRADE"A"FRYERS Friend who has helped : I 3 LIGHTS FLUSH .... .... .... .$1LJ ,
many to fulfill their t j CONCRETE BLOCK&ASBESTOS

L.25c dreams. I will be at the SIDING PAINT .. ...$.2.90 PER GAL.

ASTOR HOTEL located at OUTSIDE 514 WHITE ...... $3.40 PER GAL

1111 Cleveland St., Q. INSIDE WHITE&COLOR.. $2.96 PHI GAL.

PICNICS LB. 25C A.M.69198 Aug.beginning 30th Friday for 1 j PORCH DECK .............$4.0* FBI GAL.
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.; ..SiTURD AUBUSI- 31-1963. FLORIDA STAR PAPERS.. .utr 5 \1
n. f
I !1r; P os f.1- Employes'I I II f t' : t Private t :";School I 'Ole Miss.'' Grad N.gross Refuse Wins Vaunted Award $1 Million Aid JSINMIE'S IITEL J

\Q' Discuss To Play IR x a FRffi TV IN BVBRY ROOM

: r 74U5 I. Ashley-Jax.Pla.
; For Deprived i Give Civil
.. I ,.' 4. For Reservations
: : Mobile Ala. Call
Freedom March
.. Rights Groups FD4025
The role of/the*National Negro Children SANTA ROSA. Calif. -
Alliance' Morally supported by i
jo Postal
their coach four star NEW YORK -- (ANP) -
Employees in the August RICHMOND Va.--After More than $l,000. 000 has J\
Negro players of the
25th Freedom March in been into
quietly pumped
four years of being deprived Oakland Raiders pro- f
Washington will be one the civil rights fight
of the. important topics of thier right to football team stated since 1958 by a young
they won't play againstthe -
for discussion when pos- an education Negro *, publicity shy son of a ,
New York Jets Friday
tal employees from every: children in Prince Edward distinguished American ,
section night in Mobile. Ala. if' ,,. .
of the country artist and his wife who '
County will be able
the stadium seating i&
j me t.1n New York CityAifgust 0 is the granddaughter of i : t
19-23 for the to return to school in H segregated.: the powerful Pennsyl- I" 'I"

'. Halfback Clem Danielsand ... I
Golden: Anniversary Convention September.A yo.JAMES \ vania industrialistAndrew .c.

of that organization. plan to provide / Roberson offensive and Art ends Powell Bo Mellon. BY GEORGE,

$A "record. number.. of schooling for the .ap. : l' and defensive halfback Foundation Through their Stephen Tactonic R. IT IS GEORGE!
Williamson told
Fred Yes, it's Free-
i E delegates. and visitors schooling for the approx-: Currier who is 32 and
coach Al Davis about
MEREDITH 30yearold land. Most of you doa'tknow
will attend
this historic
his wife, Audrey, have
mately 1,700 children whc their contentions.
him because
session-of the Air Force veteran, yet
have been ,without class became the first known 'They known what s given financial aid to he* s only been driving
.Boldest industrial
such organizations as
union in the Federal room training since Negro graduate of the important to them, his New Deal Cab 1138
the NAACP. The National
.'..Service.j 115-year old Universityof Davis said. "I'm speak- Day for about a month I
Prince Edward Urban League the
j t The Convention will County Mississippi when he ing as a man rather: thana Southern Regional Coun- but it won't be long I
closed its Public coach when I say Idon't before
received his bachelor you'll come to
open; a public
f cil and the Potomac In-
.. ,meeting at New York Uni- schools four years ago of arts degree in 'political blame them for regard him as an old
stitute created by
what they believe.
As a I
versity1 Town Hall to avoid integration science this them "to eliminate dis- friend. George is hoping
coach, I
can only say
week to meet all soon and
where Washington.s dis- you
was announced at a press won t penalize them." crimination and advance
'tiriguished Attorney -- Would like you to ask
equal opportunity for
I :Joseph L. Rauh will ad- this week by Nat>1 Council Of Women Announce CARNATION CUP WINNER--Mrs. Maude Gadsen, nation- all Americans. for Cab 1138 Day next

::I dress. the meeting. Virginia Gov. Albert ally known keader in beauty culture and New York Currier was largely responsible time you dial 8,4-1611. !

'Other. convention sessions S. Harrison, Jr. for the recent Mr. Freeland and Ms '
t Bethune Essay Contest Theme City beauty shop owner was named 1963 'Beautician I
at the Henry .Hudson decision of seven pre- wife Thelma own their
i 'Hotel will hear To be known as the WASHINGTON, D.C.: The National Council of Negro of the Year' by the National Beauty Culturists dominantly Negro civil home at 2769 King Cole :

3 Deputy Postmaster Prince Edward Free School Women, Inc. has announced an Essay Contest for League at the trade group's convention at Chicago.Mrs. rights organizations to Drive. They have three
" General.. Sidney. Bishop; Association, the non- the Emancipation Centennial year around the Gadsen received the NBCL's 'Carnation Cup' establish common fund- children, George, jr.
Ai its'tant who is married and the
Postmaster units to meet
theme 'What the Life and Works of Mary McLeod raising
profit organization will
Generals Helen and Mur- Bet.huneMean to Me." annually awarded by Carnation Milk Company Los the additional financial father of a small girl,

phy.-jend> ); the only living maintain a school system Angeles, Calif. AboveMrs. Gadsen, who is NBCL 1st burden of the great Increase and Darlene and Leonardwho ""
In making the announce- munication skills. The .,
founder of the Union in civil rights live at hose. Georgeis
on a strictly nonracial
ment, Miss Dorothy I. contest is open to all vice president receives the Carnation Company-
Josiah, Thomas of St. activities. a 20 veteran
basis. Six leading Height, national presi- high school students. Es-
donated from Lou Schmelzer district
trophy man-
Louis, Missouri. the of
Currier is ,
dent, said that the con- says rill be ,limited to son with the U.S. Air Force "
.presidentshby, G.Smith Virginia educators will test is part of a youth 750 words. tiger fro the milk firm at Chicago. the late Richard Curriera and held the rank of r

states that issues comprise a biracial incentive program designed Mary: McLeod Bethune was painter who lived for corporal. Fishing and .;

; facing this convention board of trustees.In to encourage study born of slave parents NAACP '3,000.'Unions JFK Allots many years in Europe baseball are the sports

: Include, an assessmentof announcing the plan, and appreciation of the July 10. 1875 ;From this and of Mrs. Elizabeth he enjoys. He a a rabid

the status of the contributions Negroes humble beginning she rose Give i Dropout Funds Galt Grlscom Currier.His National League fan.
it was stressed thatthe .
union under Executive have made to American to be the most Influen- wife is the former Ask for Cab 1136 Day and

Order 10988 on Employee arrangement is only an history. It aims to tial Negro woman of this JERSEY CITY--The Nati- total WASHINGTON of .(ANP+ )--A Audrey Bruce, daughter get to know George
I $248,612
1 Management Relations,the interim solution until stimulate creativity in century and served as an onal Association for the Presidential emergency, of David K.E. Bruce, Freeland. You'll like I I
possible expansion to adviser to four Presi- United States Ambassador him.
such time the the utilization. com- Advancement of Colored funds was allocated last
as public
open membership to all dents of the United to Britain, and Bruce's '
week to help 48 cities fur t. '-' h. half kwihtw
federal employees, how ,schools are reopened One States. An educator, Mrs. People has received con- former wife, Mrs Alisa Suitfiy" iMrntafi at ttiOn
Girl Killed
in campaigns to persuade, Cha" .' 4,
the ,coming withholding .Bethune founded Bethune- CUr- featuring Kin :
Mellon Bruce. Mrs.
The Free School Association tributions totaling $3,' !
3 young people to return
of dues should operateI Another Injured : Cookman College, at Day- rier' s mother is the
I as well as measures to IB depending on tona Beach, Fla. One of 000 from two trade union to school this fall, the daughter of the late S NEW DEAL

be taken, to meet! the private funds for its 2 Whites Held the early leaders for ,locals with headquarters U.S. Department of. Andrew Mellon, one-time I

intensified rivalry of civil and human rights, in this city. Health Education and Secretary of the: Treas OAB COMPANY
operation. A goal of --
Welfare announced.
of the craft unions she was Instrumental in Accepting the checks ury. HIS Kkm M. DfaPlL 4-UI1
'j ANP) A old
( 14-year
wheeler $$1,000,000 has been set
Leon New York making women recognize' --- --
girl was shot and killed presented .by Wlnfiedl
City Branch President for this their responsibilities to
year a opera- Back To School Special
here last week bya white
.and his Convention Com- tion. Three public their homes, the Com- S. Chasmar, veteran labor -
man ,who was in a '
": jaittee. have, made ,exten- group munity, the nation and Leader, NAACP Executive FABRIC SALE
school buildings, now that cursed and chased
sine arrangements to its young people Secretary '
';,:-,c;assure :the; 'comfort and: < < unused will -be leased 'with another girl' clashed to encourage"high school Complete\ Line Of Notions Simplicity McCall Patterns
several -youths who Wilkins expressed.theeassociation' .
entertainment .of delegates -' students tro' t'ky in"
from Prince Edward came to her defense, and !
their families school and strive for s thanks for SUMMER CLOSE OUT
then returned with .guns.
and visitors. County..' '." to 'shoot up" the higher education the the gifts and pointed, R<*. Price Silt Price
national and regional
i neighborhood. out that these two

\ "* 'Services* LEO'S ,SHOE, REPAIR The victim was Serina prizes ships. The will Nathan be scholar-Hofhei- locals have been con- LINEN.................... $1.98 ...............$1.49

I Sound Service for Advertising Taylor, who police ,said .i
; Dances, Bali- Shoe Repairing was hit in the temple bya er Foundation of New York sistent supporters of VOILE ..................... .98. ........... ... 79
has $2500

:i Games Speaker, etc.Service. Also Loud.for Of Any KindIs car bullet driven fired by two from white a as first the .college prize to of be usedat the years.civil 'rights He recalled over that the SATEENS .... ... . .. .. .1.39. .. .. .. .. .79

i Banquets, Concerts, 1 Our ,Only Business men the who neighborhood had returned after to winner's choice.Information in 1959, Mr. Chasmar had DOTTED SWiSS..................... .89.................... .69 I
"tte.<:,ortLHoPJ! etc., is available
\ 845 Florida Avenue
the clash with the youths presented check for

t ,f i Q 35902SOUND SERVICE and started shooting in- from Miss Roslyn Cheagle, $ SPECIAL GROUPS................... 1.39 ...................79 I
Youth Organizer the 646.90 from the I
discrimlnatly. ,
contest director at* laundry workers local
r WHEN' YOU_ ARE. ILL Miss Taylor died in the NCNW national headquarters THE YARDSTICK FRABIC SHOP I
tl... Jersey City Medical Center the occasion of the
1318 Vermont
she had been shot Association's 50th Anni-
You Seek The Best Doctor Ave. N.W., Washington
she sat talking with ,
NORWOOD AVENUE Adjftifffig Gateway CHttr
When your Doctor Prescribes 5, D.C. versary.
friends. She was not, the
1 'Experienced pharmacists girl cursed by the white

;: ...According to your Doctor's men. w

1. Orders We Use Only The The driver of the car

;' Dr. C. E. Black Best .Quality DrugsProprietor from which the fatal

bullet was fired at Miss i
..I '.. ; mUS
3.,REGISTERED. PHARMACISTS, TO SERVE, YOU Taylor, and another man iugtnu 11j1U
ff1 : *:. who was with him were
A COMPLETE LINE OF arrested .by. police'*oti, I
>r emetics, -, Rubber Goods Candies Sundries ,
murder and Yelated"charges :


tified as Vincent Lanza., ...
21, the driver, and James -. .. 'l'j ';;:ri
Store ..
Lilly's Drug D'Apolito, 20., whom Lanza Jam (,,- -v. >

charged fired the bullet.

Ir Police found shotguns in
; .. the of both
I.. 1901 .KINGS MAI EL 3-8215 possession

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i "I 516.6aj model home art presented, here as a BMLBS to a ntw way of life, Terrazzo floors downstairs and hardwood' floors npstslrs. Large

i I' rrNl S5.BO tr Bore food order : : ,for ,.oa. Though linked together for a close community relationship living rood dining room and kitchen facilities are provided la

these homes are designed in different styling and floor all models. Colorful bath fixtures mad ceramic tile of year

: FRES1 KEEN CI8WBERPEAS plans to assure owners. sore individuality. choice.-also formic vanities. Built-in electric oven awl. pangs

WESSONOIL 10$ complete heating units in each home, fenced backyard a4 hilT

: 'zkzL1 190 tea. NIl B&UJTX7CL. Washington Heights is located amidst a lovely landscaped: front yards. I.': ,

tree-shaded section of the Ribault liter. This hose location

with' $5.00 food wfrr II. proved" all the healta-givlng benefits that other Baton offers DXJQ3CTXORS: < s

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Leon's School Lunchroom ro ray Administrative i i f 1 i Speedup

; TAllAHASSEE FLORIDA NEWS Is A Far Cry From The ThirtiesBy ..t- : >-- AZCCRAPH MAst'HEIE .us- ...,

(Mrs. Bessie 0. Weems)
Outstanding I I Student I Graduate f 1U&Z
fYU If
School Lunch & pervisor. Leon Cbnnty

f The' Lunchrooa Program in Leon County had its beginning ---- 3R -_ ,
Yr x fr
ur: I as far back as 1930. During this time, the -j'a

\ ,1 teachers prepared a hot lunch on the top of the !

I II't stove that furnished heat for the school rooms. ,! --I -

J I big pot was placed on top 'of ,the store, and as ..,

H __ .e y 1 1j the; teacher taught; the pqt v boiled. The lunch -j / : !

\ j Included a pot of soup, pan corn bread, or greens, }

soiled potatoes and cured neat.
The food for these lunches program in Leon County, .' .-
:: .. "
was sent to the with the aid of the U.S. i 1

I school by the parents who D. A. and Leon County
could see the value of School Board, has made

, laving. something hot remarkable change a in 4

t :luring the long days at operation, management, c.\\... ..

I school. and sanitary stnadards.

1 Each child brought his At present, there are PAID INITIATES" NEW REGISTRATION' SYSTEM--E.M. Thorpe, director of admissionsand
I records at Florida AtM University, explaining the new system for registration -
, FAMED SOPRANO GETS DEGREEMiss Conchita Clarke (center) of Ted Mack Amateur plate, cup and spoon from twelve lunchrooms in initiated recently at FAMJ to several students.

how and Radio City Music Hall fame received her bachelor's degree from Florida J lose and took them back in operation in the County '

; A&M University last week. Dr., George W. Gore Jr. (left), president of FAMU Floridian Serving With Corps
1 the afternoon. When the Schools serving more
I I conferred the degree. Looking on is Dr. Carl H, Hill, president of Kentucky

State College, who was the guest speaker.Expansion j Food was ready to be than 5,000 children r

served, each child was daily. All of the schoolsare
t i Program :
served direct1from the serving Type A t

I pot. The teachers in thefortytwo lunchea. They include
Ij Y
j schools of Leon foods that furnish one- eti +

t l !a'N> 5ae c cI Bounty: encouraged the third to one-half of the _T : pt

I 1 parents to let this hot daily nutritive require- t
j lunch displace the old- ments fr each child.
'. ,
fashion lunch bucket which All I lunchrooms in ,

J usually contained cold most cases, are modern

I t : :orn bread, cold sweet and well equipped..Plenty i O

I potatoes, and a small

1 1 1;;' -i! ll jir-: piece II During of the meat.early days of of cooking storage stoves area, modern, and

plenty' of eating uten.
: 1 1'I the forty-two school lunch -
: slls. Beginning this .
i : I 4 programs, the children .
'I school term, six out og
During the early days of "*k .
schools will "
the twelve -:: 3 '
'I 6 .I II the forty-two school Peace Corps Volunteer Albert Poston, of Gainesville, Florida makes notes in'
..have college trained
j ., ;1..0 ,-.* lunch programs, the chil- a farm record book, while Cypriot laborers put identifying notches in the ears
I "
\ ,,,.. 'r,.,; -: _. ,,: J'It1. ... managers. The other
I .I'" .",,_' ...: .- < ., _," ,,.."..._..__.. ,_ i I dren were served without of a newly born pig. Boston is in a project designed to upgrade local hogs by
I '_ I v:::i ... :..,.;..: "' -J.:" ., ..'&_. .r ... discriminating between six schools will have introducing foreign breeds. Mr. Boston is a Fla A & M graduate.
; managering that
i CONSTRUCTION UNDERLAY AT FAMU---Steel beams being erected. the Florida.MM ,those who brought food persons (Peace Corps photo)
.University Student Union Building. A $700.000 addition is being added to the have at least a high '

I J FAMU SUB. and those who were notable school education, and Fla. Memorial'sAcademic YES, WE ALL TALK

I State Stepsup Board Urges Early Flu Shots I I all. Habits to bring of anything cleanliness at having attended two or Augustine-CalendarSt. -Dr. S. C. Courtesy!! Vote

Insurance Program Don't delay another day aspirin or nose drops to in preparation of food more school lunch work- Chao, Dean of Florida By Marcus H. BoulwareBy

TALLAHASSEE, (FNS) States getting your flu shot, relieve discomfort. Antibiotics ,were practiced by all shops or taken school Memorial College announces 'courtesy vote' is meant casting a'-
Insurance Commissioner J.Edwin says the State Board of help only if the academic cal- "
y Larson has announceda Health. The onset of complications set it. teachers and students in lunch courses. endar for the 1963-64 vote for one's opponent. We have noted in '*

stepped-up program of cooler weather is the sources of infection all school lunch rooms, Salaries for those persons term. club election. that many candidates -;;
public information to time of danger. It takesa says Dr. Clarence M< not having college Teachers are to reporton
Just as it is today. The vote f.or their opponents as a
acquaint Florida's 600,000 month for a shot to sharp, assistant state September 3 at 9:00 for
*jj' senior citizens with the' become effective. health officer and direc- lunchroom is an Important training wllo bd paid the Faculty Planning Institute matter of courtesy. To do this, if not in I

availability of medical There is no guaranteethat tor of the board Bureauof part of the total school from the School Lunch which will con- fact, suggests that you want your opponent 1

t insurance not offered a shot will keep you Preventable Diseases Fund. All College trained tinue .through the 4th;
elected. It would be more logical for a
before. from getting flu but it are discharges from the program that offers 1 earn- September 4 new and transfer -

Larson named E. Jay is the only way medical mouth and nose of infeced ing experiences to the managers will haw an students arrive for man to vote for himself to fill an office. J

Becker of Jacksonville as science knows of helping persons. pupils. additional supplementfrom orientation program on While most people are too modest to do
chief field coordinatorIn protect you. Inoculationafter "Avoid persons who spit September 58. a
the 19 field officesof exposure is useless. anywhere except into a Then came the surplus the Leon County On September 9 general it, it would be in good taste for a person

the commission to It's too latethen. Thereare disposable tissue or container commodities into every School Board.At registration will be held to nominate. himself for an office if he is ;
i acquaint insurance agents no specific treatmentsfor ," he said. f'Avoid a rdcent meetingof from 8:30-4:30; Instruction -
and senior citizens of flu. You Just have to coughers and sneezers. school in the county. the Leon County School and late registration inte rested.It might be done this way:

the availability of the suffer it--and hope it Don't use towels.drinkinl This school lunch pro- Board begin on Tuesday September 'Mr. Chairman, I nominate myself for the
: new medical insurance.The doesn't turn into rneu- glasses, eating utensilsor initiated following 10;Monday September office of president of this club. '
I cooperative program monia. The best treatmentis toilet articles of infected ject was "county-wide lunch prices 16 the First all College I
said Larson, is Florida's bed rest good food persons. during the early daysof were established t assembly at 11:00; Sept- Thus, in this way the candidage gets his

answer to socialized plenty of liquids and Last year there were the relief program in Grades 1/6 rural $.25 ember 23 Last day of reg- name among the list of nominees.KUZZIN'S i I
.m tctne. I I? 358 reported cases in istration or change of
Florida-and probably more 1935. The program de\!c Grades 1-6 city $.30 I---a.ors-ammo------o.-ar !
that weren't reported. loped in response to Grades 7-9 $ .30 October 1-21 prospective I 1i 1 1I i

You Earn Cash Selling The FLORIDA STAR There were 88 deaths last the demand from local Grades 10-12 $ 34 May graduates file for I II II II II
year. In 1961. there were degreeNovember; 4-6. mid-
Apply 2011 Owen or phone 222-3025 50 deaths among 4,176 school officials that Menus are planned in semester examinations; >

cases. So far this year, hungry children must be all schools by the. week November 27-December 2,
: ':' ,. there have been over 7.000 Thanksgiving Recess; Dec-
-" ;'.. MIAMI fed. This demand came and placed on the bulletin -
cases against
"\ some 11,000to ember 21-January 6.

": .. >, '.... HAMPTON the similar time last from urban and rural board in ever Christmas Pecess; January ..
..' e"V" ':' ''.. '. HousE S MOTEL and VILLAS year. communities because mal- classroom. The teachers 1-20. prospective August
..... ( ->r, he N.... OccvI eftC'l "Get your flu shot; get graduates file for degree
'4' .......Pill W hUe AniMe ..WIUI PrIntI TIle nutrition had been a discuss the with II
plenty of rest and good menus
. January. 15-18 semester
tk Ccktn lM f* C tM ShM "*tMtavMtCMntiUM
... MM. Air CM>MMttl PAU1M food to build up your re- serious problem.The the children by: telling examinations. --- - ..vass - - i
,. WEEK-END SPECIAL sistance. This is
Drive up Friday-leave Sunday Afternoon espe- objectives of this them how important the
cially important among -- -- --- -- ---- ---- --
t 'f It.x ,"' 3 Days only PIt HTM$11 9S .$' older persons. Approximately new program were to: foods are-for growth r I

.,. .. 2.Nights ** aun0 --=L.'a ?w three-quarters of 1. Feed all children, end development. i MUSIC BOX I :

fttM send m nor tiifonMtio i all flu deaths occur i !
without discrimination, 'A' Lunch includes YOUR RECORD HEADQUARTERS
A Type I
SendFOR\ Name . among persons under five H
FAMILY Address : :: ::: : I I11te and over 65. ImmunizationIs well balanced meals. 327 North Macomb Street ;
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City. State expecially persons in importantfor these age '2. Secure community cooperation 1. One hal f pint of i GOSPEL BLUES POP JAZZ45s 1- I

groups and persons who in carryingon fluid, whole, unflavored' I I' ::
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have chronic disabling the program. and unsweetened milkas I .
TIirH 01 WRFI diseases. Join Kl/ZZ/N'S/ FAN CLUB! I j
% Iii "While it is importantfor The surplus marketing a beverage. I

every person possibleto administration allocated 2. Two ounces of protein I Dial 224-4316 I
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be immunized persons surplus foods and made rich food. To be countedin tI I
dealing with the publicand I
who associate gener- possible the operation of meeting this requirement -
ally with the public havea schooo lunch projects these foods ,
special need for immu
possible the operationof must be served in a
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variety of viruses but the school lunch projectsin main dish and one other
i GUARANTEES to read jour ENTIRE LIFE -past, present* fmtsre.a ''I
Influenza vaccine get Ingredient In a aentitea.
1-4-1-0 you many communitieswhich ? (tSbe: asks no questions, bat WILL TELL jon what you **at to Hew, .
from your family physicianis
would otherwise, firing dates and facts of business, love, health and family }
the best protection for
3.. A three-fourth cup affairs. Tells yon whom you will HARRY and when. If tile ee 1
II Ycur = the more common viruses. not have been able to
serving consisting of ,you love Is true, and what to do to be successful. 1111 oalte
r -a a Viruses seem to be under-
maintain a lunch pro- the separated, locate absent friends and relatives, cause happiness
going changes year by: year two or vegetables
Radio I and one strain may be completely gram. .e between MAN and WIFE. Make up lover's qaarrels. Tells
replaced by another The children were taught or fruit Juice may be If sickness or bad luck Is natural enemies, evil ififlaeaee aad

Tallahassee In 10 or 15 years. counted to meet not more bad luck. Does not tell yon to please you. BUr will tell the trata. OM visit
to wash their hands before -
Therefore you should be than one-fourth cup of will repay you for disappointment In all others. I not only read you life
Fla.KUZZIN'S. immunized each year." eating. This was like an open book but I also help yon out of your troubles. Mfediaa ad .1
this requirement. 1
Detroit To Host! done in most cases by divine healer.
4. One slice of whole COMB AND SEE why yon are so unhappy, why everything; seems to go vroa*. Why be 1.

GOSPELAIRESKUZZIN'S Equal Jobs Confab having the children forma I grain or enriched bread; sad and downhearted sick and worried when you can be helped and everytaia :',

line and washing theirbands made clear by: consulting THIS GIFTED ADVISER. .'
wastungton- (ANP- A regional serving of cornbread \
JAZZARAMA conference on equal employment In a wash basin. or a EVERYONE: welcose. NO HAIL ANSWERED. I cake no house to house calls ate ill

opportunity is scheduled biscuits, rolls prove that yon can obtain your desires. Everything sacred and eoaffttotfal.Kadaa J JI
to be held In Detroit They used clean flour muffins, etc. Bade oi I Tina is licensed by the State and County. Located penaaeatly la her '

KUZZIN'S KABARET, Aug.Vice 15.President It was announced sacks for towels. whole grain or enriched own home for aany years at 2902 S. Monroe St. in Tallahassee Fla. Qa.a

Johnson last week. Lyndon Today, the lunchrooi 1 meal or flour. dally froa 7 a.a. to 9 p.a. and Sundays from 1 p.a. to 9 p.a. -

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CELEBRATION--Merabers of the St. Arthur Chapter' pants and guests who enjoyed the program are see
r 1742 NW 3rd Are. are. .' e' -n/.here. Seated from left .- Viola Hill and Mrs. Mary Monroe. Standing is
Order of Eastern Star which held its Women's Day L in the photos at right. 1
I are Mrs. Ellen Taylor Mrs.:G. Pratt Wilder Mrs. Mrs. Irene L. Harrison. Some of the many partici-
' observance last Sunday in the Masonic' Temple at : (Star Photos by Al. Crawford)

tl( Proud To Be. ,A Negro' ;'r: Miami Beach Key Club / NOW APPEARING AT \

BY ERIC 0. SIMPSON have had a terrific-impact thank you," and so on. Dizzy Jones' Birdland
Wednesday the day of the upon the conscienceof There was no unpleasantness
great civil rights march people everywherewhere no jeers and no
will be ,recorded in world racial discrimination name calling. It .was 2nd Ave at 7th Miami

history as a momentous is practiced. just like a big Sunday r

I, day for negroes and request Doctors, lawyers office school picnic.To .
for racial equalityThe workers and farmers min- know that there are $ r o

night of 200.000 Am- gled in a friendly mannerA so many white men and
I, ericans--mostly negroes-- white boy and a colored women in America and In o '.

gathered in a peaceful boy.swapped sandwichesand other parts of the World

I demonstration against all through the dayi who are in sympathy with'.:. I t t0
I racial Inequalities, must t was 'excuse me, our cause is a source6fgreat

encouragement.And 0
if you feel a lumpIn
j) your throat and tears KEY I LDFR5."'embers of the staff of the Golden Vee

I jI rf swelling in your eyes as Lounge which provides members with keys to the !
you think of how smoothlyand o
swanky} 'sophisticated nite-spot are seen herd
peacefully this mas-
sive demonstration that From left are'p'fed' CljrdS? owner' with hostesses O rI -"

must have touched the Peggy Hunter and' Chris"Citroen and Bert Gibson,
hearts of our fellow
J who neverstops until he's I
the official greeter
countrymen, it is only

natural. it comes from satisfied members and their guests are having a
feeling really proud of DIZZY JONES
wonderful ti'me1.
.. being a negro and Florida Butterball
negroes can take an extra The Golden Vee Lounge is housed in the Miami sensatianai Mtertaitier

w ; helping of that pride Beach's fabulous Cadillac Hotel. Applications for M.C. Extraordinary
from the fact that this
idea of a peaceful 'marchon key-memberships, .. are now being accepted. o If
Washington was con- (Al Crawford Photo) ii

ceived and piloted by A. o
\Y Phillip Randolph born in MI..aml D @t h s.

Jacksonville, Florida.And OUSE OF ALBERT Jimmie L. Williams Mrs.
you know what? I've Esther L. George Mrs.
got a feeling that we are Bernice Williams Mrs.
N.W. 31st Ave. Survivors
't'tIt going to overcome. Rosa Alexander and Mrs. I A
include his widow Mable;
4 Miami Youths 4 sons, Coleman Thomas, Thelma Burke; 3 sons. 0

It Rk'r Joseph and Grant, .Jr..3; Prince Willie' Clarenceand The Singing Marvels
Itj :Held For RapeFour daughters Carolyn Caster Frank Bell and 0 i

Miami youths are Mae and Arnlta. and 13' several grandchildren.
j ........... Extra Added
being held on suspicionof grandchildren. Attraction
rape in connection withan .. DAVID JACKSON. 363 N.W.
I :..:....... 17th St. Surviving are
assault on a 14-year-
.-: 4 his parents Mr. and Mrs.
old Negro girl.
n Carlton Jackson of Valdosta -
Police investigators reported JAMES BROWN, popularly I
the girl was rapedby known as "Shorty" His Ga. brothers r r
the four youths on Aug. and 2 sisters. I
wife Addle Mae; 4 sisters
25, at about 10
p.n. on a and 2 brothers, survive.
a dirt road on the north Services were held August i

f side of Blue..Lagoon Lake. 24. at Antioch Baptist ROBERT LEE HARRIS 2320
i The victim was examinedby -", Church Brownsville. N.W. 62nd St. killed
Dr. E. Novell Deputy when hit by a car August r a
medical Fxaminer at Jackson -. ........... 24. He is survived by his'

.' f'ecorlal! Hospital and mother and father, Kr.and
'.f;'. ; i; released.' ALVILIDIA FLOWERS 4-year Mrs. Cleveland Harris. 2 1

ft. ..-. :' -' Three of the suspects : old daughter of Mr. and brothers. 1 sister and i
; ;: :.:. : Ben Caulley. Jr. 18 other relatives. -
i: ... S."r' ; Mrs, Edward, Flowers numerous
*":.;;;;:........ ..=.< James Sorey. 20 are ...........
Richmond Heights.
f THIS BEER is for pleasant living! People on the being held in Dade County

go..people who care about .quali ty. .go for Jail on a charge of rape.A ........... LEROY LEWIS.467 N.W. 6th
: fourth suspect whose St. dead on arrival at
National Beer. Have the taste of p] .ant living- name is withheld because
the Veterans Hospital
have a National Beer. Premium c Ity always, of his age has been placed CARTER,formerly of Miami, Coral Gables August 24.
in the Youth Hall for His survivors include his
popular prices everywhere. died in Dayton. Ohio.
juveniles.The Survivors are husband. his widow Annie Mae; 3

ware a lute of Pleasant LiYiDg. arrests were made by Isaac;a son. Robert Jooes daughters 1 son and a
P. and
Huey brother.
mother. Mrs. Lucinda
officers Paul Anderson'and Swint. of Opa LOC L. FPJLHC1S FUNERAL H0* '

Dtith ........... 1420 N.W. 5th Ct. died at The Singing STEREOS

Jackson Memorial Hospital.
Spotlight Prodvci EDDIE: K. SMITH, -je.!-,".:*>MRS T Survivors are: sm Hector And t It
Mr. Mrs _
old son of
"-citflzen of 2775 N.w. 42nd LaLane; daughter Mrs. i
Of The Elton Smith of 2290 Y. 4th' Pick Pocket Pearl
WeekWMBM Stl Services were held Iris Grey; daughter-ln-
Hialeah, was accidentally -
August 28, at Mt. Zion Taw. Mrs. May LaLane;
electrocuted while. Baptist Church. Surviving'are granddaughter Miss Florence From, the other side of 8rope.
playing August 26. Chapel
5 daughters Mrs. LaLane. '
r services were held Aug.29.
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II' Will You Be In One Of The Fatal Labor Day Week End Accidents? I

: _Auto Accid.its Are Caused By Folk Who Don't Give Enough Thought To Safety

_Those Women Drivers ____
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By DICK \\'OLFF f oYw changed at least every 60 days in suwer; oftener

Long auto lines bearing vacation-bound families, will soon be in the winter.
branching: out from cities to woodlands or seashore like so many ; ss
spokes of a 'wheel. ,It's a safe bet ,that most of these outdoor expeditions
will at some time pass close to good fishing waters. Ironically G
the nearest thing to a line in the car may often be Just the
: ; twine around a lunch box or the family wash. PAN AMERICAN TIRE CO.'s
Fishing on vacation can be a convenient and economic pastime
a If the travel route passes through a National Park for example SPECIALSfl
i it's almost certain that attrac- -
tive and well-stocked fishing NOT SECONDS
waters are available.
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and after a few lesson beside 100% DUPONT NYLON
some rippling stream or lake, S i N. Me.q D L r
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ster.eagerd: The bleary-eved simplicity of young-the x_ ./ 150x14 2nd TUBELESS BUCK 1195 .

: thumb, ,trigger casting control av' Whitewalls only $2.00 Mora ,
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'is;ja wonderful way to keep youngsters' usefully occupied on a 4 TIRE BARGAIN SPECIALS
p trip, it also offer; you and the mate a solution to the problem of
what to do when cloudy weather keeps you from swimming or
Months Road Hoard 20,000 Miles
tennis Nor is this happy addition to vacation fun confined to S or
mountains or plains. At the seashore: you're likely to find many : TUBE.TYPE ILACKWALL TUBELESS BLACKWALL
piers or rock Jetties that give a comfortable base for surf- .. ," Sue
you 7 QT helt' ''** SIZE I tePA Se. fps
{ casting ) Price let.f 4
For average frermwaterfishing, you,can fit a new tackle outfit 9 /70
into the budget without too much strain by getting your wife a S78x15 9B 710 7 OTSO:113)49: 1 "
Mitchell 304 spinning reel, plus a good supply of 8-pound test 71 MS76M5 1193912E49 :;:
Platyl Monofilament for less than S20 Match it with a two-piece ISOiU
'hrliow-fiber-glau' rod that can be had for as little as $13.95. You
can let the missus pick out the lures-she'll probably be fascinatedby

., Jt the can colorful all be array stowed on compactly display. In the car, ready for use when f p Ff 100/I20i15 96 ::>9S4i14:q 4925896! "
the unexpected trout stream or lake comes Into view around the
bend: Short-term licenses necessary In fresh waters are inexpensive :A Some lltmiiKttf ,!
and readily available; children under 14 don't need them. If ONLY FOR WHITEWALLS
: ADD $2.00
you'i the type that likes to plan ahead, you can check local papers : "
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Nyerere during his recent :
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hosted in the dining 4
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Secretaty Rusk. of State Dean .a'i

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Nyerere, among whom were 'Te

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Stewart ,.,,''',
L. Udall, sec- .E .
} k retary of the Interior; 1t:

5it Bourke B. Hickenlooper,
Republican senator from

Iowa; Mrd Frances Payne

Bolton Republican congresswoman -
of Ohio; %:
Franklin D.Roosevelt Jr.

director of manpowerand

Organization U.S.Air

IMPRESSIVE EVENT---During an Impressive ceremony attended by members of both Force; the only Negro
families and close friends, Miss Margaret Ruth Hamilton became the bride of major general in the .H ._ .' _j. '_ _' '-c. .-.. -- .
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John Edward Patrick on Saturday, Aug. 10 in the home of the groom Elder W. C. army A. Philip Randolph, NEW OFFICERS SLATE-An impressive ceremony marked second vice presidentMrs. Elizabeth Tel fair;
Young officiating. The bride is the daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Carter Hamilton president of the-Brotherhood -
of Greenevil le of Car the installation of newly elected officers of assistant secretary; Willie Trent treasurer Mrs.
Tenn. The groom is the son of the late Mr. and Mrs. Square Sleeping ;

Patrick of Cordele, Ga. Mrs. Delores Green was matron of honor and Leonard Porters, head of the Voters' League Precinct 42-B with civic leader Rosanna Quarterman, reporter; Mrs. Claudia Dan-
Harris was bestman. A reception honoring the celebrants followed. The couple Negro American Labor
Isadore Singleton Sr. conducting proceedings for'
iels corresponding secretary; and Mrs. Elizabeth
will reside in the city. (Royal Art Studio PhotrAI Council and vice presi-

dent of the AFLCIO.Dr. the organization which is now embarking on projects Green chaplain. Other officers are Mrs. Bertha

JU PrtsidtHtAttacks Negroes Picket Doctors Pledge Martin & Jenkins, for the ensuing year. In back row are: Rev."j'I Brackett, secretary and Rev. W.M. Wright, assist-

11 president of Morgan Y.: : E. Norman, president, and Mrs. Thelma Jones, ant chaplain.
Duvil Justice Dept.f $250,000, Aid State College,. Balti ,'..
first vice president. Front row from left: Isa-
more, Md. William T. (Royal Art Studio Photo)
Washington -- (ANP) -- The
,I School SysttM Justice Department last week To NigeriaLOS Mason jr., U.S. assist- dore Singleton, installator; Australia Perry, _. .
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was picketed by members of the ant district attorney,
ANGFLFS (ANP) BoldeR Class I
District Action for Racial Richmond, Va. ; Claude A. Exchanged Vows
that he Two of
Stating Quit the federal Nigeria's most Negro Methodist
Barnett director Ad-
his post as president of Indictment of nine Albany. Ga., prominent governmental Plans Fish Fry
Jacksonville University civil rights leaders. figures attended the 68th sociated Negro Press;
Denounces Apartheid Nurses Aide Class members -
because of the poor educational Signs carried by the inter- annual convention of the Laurence S. Rockefeller,
standards of racial group read: "FBI -,- National Medical associa- president Rockefeller WASHINGTON (ANP) at Bolden College

the Duval County School the Georgia Bootlicker," tion, an organization com- Brothers Fund; Alfred The Eastern Shore (New will sponsor a Fish Fry.
"Freedom of feudalism in Albany -
system Dr. Franklyn A. ," and "Et Tu Kennedy?" posed of nearly 5.000 Ne- Friendly managing York-Washington) con- Saturday, Aug. 31st at
Johnson told the League Three of the nine defendants gro physicians which editor, Washington Post; ference of the Christian
of Women Voters. "I do all members of the Albany closed its five-day ses- Lisle C. Carter, deputy Methodist Episcopal the home of Mrs. Elveaer

not believe the peopleof Movement were charged in the sion in the statler Hil- assistant secretary Department Church (CME), in its recently v Pry Bryant, 1282 W. 29th St.

Duval County either Federal Grand Jury indictmentwith ton hotel here last week. of Health, concluded 94tn
and the coral
obstructing justice by Friends I'
want or expect decent The two guests of Honor Education and Welfare, annual convention, approved -
I carring out a conspiracy to
schools.' picket and boycott a were Dr. K. Ozuomba and Dr. Cyril 0. 0111- unanimously a report public are invited to
grocery 4
Johnson who since his store of a white Juror because Mbadiew Nigerian Ministerof vierre, Harlem hospital.At of its social action the program which will

resignation here has accepted he had voted against a Negroin State and Julius M.Odochi a reception givenin committee which urged .l card and
federal civil suit last the body to declare itself games
the post of pre- a ApriL Nigerian Ambassador the home of Angier
The white man finally sold the on major issues con- other forms of enter-
sident of Los Angeles to the United States.Dr. Bid die Duke, chief of

State College said the store These to a three Negro.were Dr.George Mbadiwe, who is protocol State Department fronting the world. tainment. A variety of

school system here was a Anderson, now living in Detroit national chairman of the President Chief items on the refreshments will be
social action
major factor in his de- but still listed as president of OJike Memorial Medical Nyerere had an opportunity committee'sreport rB
elston"to> J'throw. in the the Albany Movement; Robert center was the 'principal to greet a num- was an endorsementqf 4 served.
Colbert and Luther Woodall Jr. efforts to free Africans -
speaker at the doctors'convention.
towel here. ber of American Negroes -
Charged with perjuring them- stiil remaining OF INTEREST to the Jax community was the late Hew Hope AME
In appealingfor
He concluded that three from the Washingtonarea.
selves before the grand jury under rule
support of the OJike Portuguese ; June exchanging of vows between Mrs. Vinia Green.
candidates Slater .
prospective were H. King acting and a condemnation of the Plans Holiday Tour
for the JU presidency president of the movement memorial he told his Nyerere, who remainedin 'racist policies of South of 1265 Hart St. and Garfield Clambers of Tampa,
have rejected the Job Mrs. Eliza L Jackson recording listeners that "Ni'geria the U.S. capital for
Africa. New Hope AF Church has ,
the impressive early evening taking
secretary; Thomas Chat-' has only doctor for ceremony
I, because of lack of local two days made a short for i
The conference also completed plans a
I trios. the Rev. Samuel Wells every 50.000 persons. gave place June 30th at 4 p.m. in the home of the
,. support for the univer- Robert Thomas and Joni visit to New York, spent its unqualified supportto Labor Day trip to Magnolia
sity program. Rabinowitz.CUMMINGS' "We know that money is two days in Canada, then the Aug. 28 March on Bride's cousin, Mr. and Mrs. Frank Robinson of Lake. The bus will leave
Important but would
flew to London before Washington which is being Tampa. Tte bride is the sister of Mrs. Luella the church at 8:00 a.m.
like human participationfrom
w v w v w w w v v- F'* r returning to Dar-es- held to publicly protestthe Adults and children will
any country to serve Refero of this city. The couple will be at home
KINDERGARTEN Salaam, his country'scapital. second-class citizen- be charged a nominal I
the enormous need in West .. ship of the American, Negro to friends: 'at 2806 21st St. in Tampa. round trip fee. The

*rs. Evelyn 35 Registrations are being Africa for more doc .. (Royal .I"tt"titn-.. :: .._-."'" Pinto\ public is invited. I I1
Cumin gs. tors dentists, nurses and
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Director 8th. technicians. The Ojike 1sI .....
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Center will : .
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Steadily i .Movltf, Wwtim* Vets' a y:::;:-J.I1f;;> ,4i. r .\\4.ARattlers'- Coach Expects

Towird TotdTOW. ,. 111' I.rtl. Widows ElffiWe, I

\ ICNOXVIlLFr : .(ANPX == The racial situation in For Pensions .
Knoxville :continues show : Another Great SeasonWe
signs of Improvement-, but Some Florida Widows of ( F ."
conditions 'are not ideal. buses ,-, ,1. qj

Look: Magazine and the Two .tafrcrpatrolmen.:. wartime veterans who .looking forwardto placements and devot experience, hurt ...

I Municipal League a few' have recently.F been advanced died without service another great sea- ing attention to fun- Fitzgerald and Will isms

months;ago. declared the ,to'" the' rank of connected disability may. son'this fall but we damentals and details.We are back and we have Kelley -

city nfi "All American"one. sergeant' ; ':These changesin lack experience in almost are going to pull our and Holmes returningtoo

, .* With a city audit -. patterns,,.are not re- be 'unaware that they are every position guards more and do more with experience under ;

i orinn',recently: completed flected'at Knox County eligible for pension except at quarterbackWe trapping this fall. fire. We have been so sat-

}? costing in excess court house, not at city provided their income is { began training Mon- Quarterback Jim TUl11s isfied with the guards and
!,,f ofi $5lv0D000with "hall. day. will be called upon to centers that it has been

. every. hase of its ope- Many 'churches ,including below certain limits. The soothsayers say do triple duty. We'll very difficult to find a .

r rationintegrated; & Baptist,. Methodist. and Officer in Charge Of- we'll have another win- have him doing a lot of place for Charlie Bill lags. ::1

, large...promenade-: State Presbyterian" have made fice, Jacksonville Fla. ner; I' 11' do my talkingat punting to make up for Right now. we* re swinginghim

,! St. and a beautiful and public-their new, policy the end of the sea- the loss of quarter- from guard to ceeter. t I

! spacious mall, now 'occupying to re 'oveeoior: barriersas : said. son.Our potential look back Napoleon Johnson He' 11 see action some -

the site of the a ,prerequisite for This misunderstandingis good that's true; butI and we intend to do more where. We may wove Holmes

old m .rke't, building-on fellowship. 'Catholic. am not going to writemy passing this season. to a tackle to make way
furthered by the fact
! .Market, St. The -choiceof .Fplscopal and'Unitarian epitaph before the Tullis is a capable runner Billings.The .

Knoxville for the .churches' long ,since removed that at one time widowsof season begins. We'lldo but we don't care if loss of four experi-

!I honor.referred, to., ,may .. 'such barriers. World w-r> ii and SCIENCE SPEAKERS GRANT from the Wyeth_ Fund for our best to bolsterour our quarterbacks never fenced tackles is going to I.

f not all-together: be, one Public school integration Postgraduate Medical Education goes to the weak 'spots by the run. They canif they want make us weak at that position -

J of cl aance. .; ; .. is still on the Korean Conflict Vet Chairman of the Pediatric Section of the Na- time, we play the openerat to, but we don't insist and nave Pan!eis.

The JargeS't' .?'nd'- finest token level. Knoxville's erans did not have the tional Medical Association, Walter A.. Combs home against theLin- that they carry the ball. Daniels was held out of
} : inotels.restau- coIn University Ernie Hart of Miami is a the 62 season after suf-
hotels largest and finest high same pension eligibilitythat M.D. right, of Washington, D. C. during annual -
I rants, housesnow ( technical' ) school convention of the Association'at the! Statler,' September 28. veteran who can stand in fering an early shoulder __ .
J operate on., an integrated World War I widows Eighteen freshmen re- for Tullis. Then we have injury.
graduated its first Negro Hilton Hotel in Los Angeles. Check is presentedby
basis. All hospi in June. had. However, in recent turned. We don't talk Willie Powell and Rufus Six returning flank-men
0. H. Thorn, left Washington, D. C. representative .
about them Powell and ste- have earned letters. Alfred
I tals here? have agreed to. until the y Stephens. -
this has been chan- of Wyeth Laboratories, Philadelphia
follow suit., Parks and .' Hew years have proved themselves phens did a tremendous job Denson is the top man .
swimming .pools. integrated ged to equalize the eli- pharmaceutical manufacturer as Wyeth executive, To give you an idea of in the spring game this We couldn't ask for more
L. H. Schultenover, looks on. what I in single player. He
about a
mean inexperience year.
'I some years ago.Knoxyille.Transit Extended IIllliiois gibility of widows of all
the 9.1 sprinterwill the hundred i
the' 63 roster Hayes sprints n
is training a' few Ne- Stltl'SPPINGFIEL'P. three wars. Arrests MountIn Stamp Sale Opens shows that we have nine be late reporting to 9.9. and his pass catch-

Widows redshir, fourteen soph camp after spending the ing ability has made him
groes..; to,..driva city of veterans whose Clarksdale Miss. Negro Exposition
ill. -- 'omorestwentythree.juniors summer in Europe with the the leading scorer on the

(ANP) -- A bill which deaths were attributableto CHICAGO .- {ANP) --. The and only ten United States AAU track 63 squad with 48 points.

Adyi t si a g..i.spla.vs. .. extends the Illinois service-connected dis- CLARKSDALE.Miss. Daily purchase of a U. S. post- seniors returning from and field team. Gene Thomas Pareaore led the team: in t

Fair Employment Act to abilities do not receive arrests are occurring, in O' age stamp by a veteran 'the''* 62 squad."fwenf..eight. a transfer student scoring last fall with 64 I

Being i Integrated, state and local government pension but Dependencyand this Mississippi Deltas Negro lawmaker opened : lettermen looked good in spring points. The Tallis-Deaeon

u was signed into town where the NAACP is t he long heralded ;returned for ,the open- training and we feel that combination i s hard t o

NEW ig'RK _: (ANP) ...:- law by Governor Otto Indemnity compen Century of Negro,,P fo'i' ing practice session he 11 give us more depthat match.We .

Display advertising is Kerner last week. sation payments. They pressing its campaign,.) gress exposition here Monday. We lost six- halfback. were voted the No.1

beginning.,,. 0' to reflect, the The measure defines the are not affected by the for equal riehts. As of last week. ; J teen players from a Felts exhibited his elu- small college team last

racial integration for term 'Fjnployer' to Include Aug. 15 those arrested The stamp commoratiye team that had a record siveness in the spring year by the Associat e d

which the :Negro has .been the state of Illinois pension regulations, ; of the insurance.ot the" 9-1. Halfbacks; Robert game and should show press and I an not pre -
striving since issuanceof and any political Gannon said. total close to 100 per- emancipation proclamation Paremore' Jwill be hard great things this year dicting that we will repeat -

the Emancipation subdivision if the When a veteran dies, sons. by Abraham Lincoln to replace. We figurea We* re sending Bruce Wil- again this year; but
qualifying number of 100 years ago wes sold great: loss in all six kins back to fullback.
Proclamation; rears
: A" his widow may be eligible Efforts at picketingand if hard work and atten-
ago. 0 employes Is met. to. Rep. Corneal A. Davis teen of the' players not Chuck Sutton is being tion to details will do

Bill boards,4 magaziije i The provision is designed for death pensionif sit-ins are hampered of Chicago an 11 term ,returning, but we need shifted back to halfback. it, you can make your
fast and elusive half-
member of the Illinois a Sutton played both half-
and newspaper ads as to clarify the : (a) The deceasedveteranhusband however, by a sweeping guess.
well 'as car cards have Fair Rmployment Practices $tate legislature and back. back and fullback on defense -
had at state court injunction Aehave several who
been Coined that use Commission'sJurisdiction chairman qf the comm t- last fall. Sifford FinishesIn
white' andNegro" dels where com least 90days of service prohibiting racial dis- -", tee named by Gov. Otto could do the job inchar- Freddie Miller letteredat

Integrated' plaints be filed Kerner to organize Illinois' lie WardBob Hayes and fullback in 62 as a The Money
in scenes. may by part of which was during crimination. Most pic-
Felts.They're all
frosh. He'll be
a key man
T.V. commercials have governmental employes. :. p participation, Conn. --
wartime unless discharged kets remain on the "great backs, but nei- HARTFORD
at fullback as a runner and
even been affected.At 'The measure also authorizes f streets less than five the exposition.The (ANP) -- Charlie Sif-
sooner for ser- rther of"them is pare- kicker. We are still look-
sale'"was macie1)yRichard )
present some TV ad- the commissionto ford of Los Angeles came
vertitiers have used both prepare written vice-connected disabilityor minutes before they are Murphy of 1 f' sh-i more., ing for a better job from through with another of
Spring training was fullback John Brown. We
white,"and: ; Negro models settlement terms sub- he receiving arrested. ington, assistant 'post-i"spent his money-finishes in
was or putting a few new may or may not get it this
in separate ads as! lathe scri ed to in writing master gen eral.Chicago's. plays, looking ,for re-. the $40.000 Insurance
numerous pro- year.
entitled to receive compensation -
case. of Gillette by both parties. If the Mayor Richard Daley and City Open Golf tournament -

Safety Razor ads that terms subsequently are or retirement tests to the local FBI other notables were.:.:.t'' Schools I: Case line The will performance figure tremen of the- that ended here

y b ave)Kited both white;and violated >baseball players af.ter-the charge was tion is scheduled to run After a slow start.
Negro Department, police con- .U success. We have some red
!- In Chicago buses ,the filed the commission is vice-connected disabilityand through Sept. 2 at Mc- To .,S. Court shirts and sophomores in S if ford, among the

ApexBeauty Products authorized to proceed to in all cases, had tinue 'to use cruel and Cormick'il t. the' : NEW 'YORK--Although receiving key spots. Their performance hardest driving golfersin

I I Company da currently the complaint and public been discharged under abusive tp"ics on those city's huge exposition', yet another setback could spell the dif- the nation came

displaying ad show- hearing procedures without arrested. Female prisoners center. ference between success through with sizzling

ing-AtF&U*:JRW! apd.aNegrb meeting other time conditions other than have been forced to The most historic 'and in its 11-year and failure. rounds of 69 and 67

woman'get reqUirements The bill was sponsoredby dishonorable.b certainly the most court battle in rural When center Archie Williams during the final two

er, with, a 'Captionreading Democratic Representative cut grass with sling valuable exhibit at the and guard Sam Fitzgerald days to win $960 in the
; !;, iw:
understand t .ourselves' until ..qf ,phicago, a Negro and annual income of not more heat. Food has been original'bandwritter! ,the ,NAACP announced juries in November, we rounds of 70756967.Capturing .
,e understand'eachathet. sponsored: by 14 other draft of the' Emancipa: >-" '.': t' seemed to have caved in first place
than $1.800 (or, with a
withheld because the this ,week that it would
T '' .representatives. tion P Proclamation pn ,: right in the middle. Yearlings with rounds of 67687165 -
child of the veteran, prisoners have continuedto display for what is believed ', seek, a.( review of the John D. Kelley and was Billy CasperJr. ,

not more than $3,000). to 'be the first Johnny Holmes made good of Bonita Calif He
-a sing freedom songs. caSe, in the, U.S. Supreme .
Pension is not payableif time. i' 'I::- *', n, I f. replacements but a lack of pocketed $6. 400.
Male prisoners, incl- Court. ,
.r the widow has an estate Gov. Kerner said; the. r -- .
In January NAACP attorneys -
so large that it is uding Mississippi State state of. ..Illinois made S st MPSITO q j"p ,t M'OH AHQLJMf f
special arrangementswith called on the U.S. .
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President Aaron Henry, --' -
reasonable to look to the State of 'New. Court' of' Appeals for the -
have been assigned to
the estate for support. York, which owns the I.*:
Fourth Circuit to issuean .
Widows without a childof work on the city gar- document, to bring it ,
h ere. order directing thereopeningj GO ,
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the veteran may receive bage trucks. I ,
1 The Proclamation' arrived of schools f
$60 a montn if. Mass meetings and demonstrations TEEM
.. accompanied by representatives which have been closed
their annual income is are con- of the New
L York State Library and since 1959 in Prince
2jLEARN A TRADE nit more than $600; or.. tinuing. NAACP Field two state 'troopers. Edward County by Feb. I

$45 a month if their in- Secretary Charles Evers .Valued ,at a million TEEMkng'
t ..Id.Six Short Months That'fWill 1. 'The NAACP'was joinedby
code is between $600 and spoke at a mass meeting dollars, it was storedin

: Be"BENEFICIAL a vault at the First Assistant U.S. Attor-
: ; 1200. They may receive recently where plans for : .
National Bank until It ney General Burke Marshall - ,
_- r, For LIFETIME $25 a month if further protests were Installed at the 'ex- -
'. a was who appeared as (KC i l tJJV 'IT s so.i i rtJ
; their income is between made. posItion with an around- I
JACKSONVILLEIARIER the-clock guard by Illinois a friendo t the court
$1.000 and $1,800 and In another developmentthe
I state police. and presented the Federal -
COLLEGE IlK in keeping with the law Lawyer Committeefor .But the di'spYay and o -, >> .
Government' position -
630 DAVIS ST. at Beaver no payment if their income Civil Rights Under entertainment also. will -in the
highlight -eu.lle.r'Negro case.
exceeds 1800. Law formed last month s *-. _
rl 180% Mr CeiiitiueiHCKSONYIUE dancers
history. Negro Although, the suit was
If the widow has a
S t
lf;' FLIIIIA by President Kennedy will perform a tribal
child of the veteran she argued as an emergency
has sent a lawyer from dance of early Africa.
may receive $75 a month And, they'll- carry the appeal it took the .. '

if her income is between New York J.Robert Lun- theme thru the centuries. three Federal Judges
t I 5efl 100t! Center ney to test the state Exhibits are in .pljace
$2.000 and 3000. Thereis 7of until Aug. 12 to rulethat
injunction against dem- from four agen.. ie '>,
i'M-e;;; no payment if her in- the. "federal government--" Virginia's Court
Are. and Adams Phone EL 4.1468.UR&E onstrations. : '
officeveterabsj *
I __ rnee exceeds S3.000. .. the post : fc., of Appeals IIIst,firSt
administrationatate decide on the Issues of
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tie case. The 2-to-l decision -
r U.VAt SHRIMPORAMA SALE< of'ealihdu- *" c
LOW PRICES .. cation, and-Welfare..-" .: *. overturned, a
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III (Mtl-Tille iMt Here 'CII.I.. AFl TMH: Is West Indies To Cager Succumbs Mini Hider '. .;

.' ([ sided With !er TaUit Defeats Britons I Eyes Niftr
". ty By BOB GREENS LEEDS England (ANP) I
I r Garfield..Sobers' excellent I MIAMI (ANP) Ferguson -

;.; KANSAS CITY, Mo. (ANP) The Kansas batting and bowling Jenkins, 19-year-
carried the touring West old rlghthanded pitcher
w3qr City Chiefs, the former Dallas
T Texans and
Indies cricket team to a with the Miami >>Marlins

,;", """-/ convincing victory over is headed for the major
< defending champions of the American Foot
1't England in the fourth leagues if experts whom
.fi ball League, might not be as gaudy as the test match between the he has impressed are .,

L '\ two teams that was concluded right in their predic .
Kansas City Athletics baseball club but
recently.The tions.
< they definitely have a look of color this West Indies won the One. Jenkin's manager

season. match by 221 runs-, scor- and tutor thinks he

in g| 397 and 229, toFnlend's needs only a little more
The A's, currently wallowing in the
174 and 321. experience to Bake the
: American League second division, startledthe *The West Indies, after x"r big show. "He's quite a

I sports world this year when they appeared the match in the five- prospect. Only 19 years

in uniforms of Kelly green and came international test old, 6-5, 205 POSH nd
Ji. series. 2 games to 1. the best attitude yon
bright gold. with one drawn. England ever saw." the manager

s : But the Chiefs, who last year as the faced the major task of Andy Seminick. a former

,. Texans beat winning the fifth test big leaguer said of
the Houston 'Oilers in a thril-
< to affect a tie. Jenkins.
p. ling overtime battle to win the AFL title, The West Indians with
... Jenkins, who owns a
get their hue from a different source their power batting and 10-4. won-lost record.

There are currently 10 Negroes on the flashy all-around playing h had 2,021 fans buzzing in
are very popular with Miami Stadium here last
I j. Chiefs squad. Although some may be cut cricket fans here. The week, as he struck out 12

prospects look good for the majority to first two matches alone FINAL RITZ were held August 15 for former Central batters and allowed only

y ;.., make the team. drew more than 150,000 High and University of Iowa basketball star Bob three scratch singles in

:; ,... fans. Carpenter who died and was buried in his hometown pitching the Marlins to a
Leading the Chiefs offensive is the fabu- Although the West Indian rof Louisville, (KY. ) following an illnes of mul- 1-0 shutout victory over

lous Abner Haynes. the North Texas State side relies heavily on tiple sclerosis since 1958. During the 1956-57 Fort Lauderdale. It was

w All-American whose name has become synoni- the leadership of Frank cage season Carpenter led Central to its first Jenkins best strikeout
Worrell the Barbados L.I.T. championship between Kentucky and the Ind- record this season. He
mous with the fledging league. Haynes was veteran who captains the form the
iana All-Stars, his pin-point accuracy has had two previous 11-
the first Player of the Year of the AFL side. Sobers, recognizedas floor earning him the 'Star of Stars award. A strikeout games.

when the league was established back in the greatest all- top student, he graduated form Central witha The shutout victory was
wt around cricket player in top student, he graduated from Central with a particularly pleasing to

1960 its outstanding pro rookie and an the world today, has been Jenkins, a tan Canadian. ,.
straight average.
all-league selection for three seasons. his team's sparkplug and who works during the off

t OLLIE WILSON, (202), promising young heavyweightboxer Last year, he established a league high run'great getter.all-arounder he Joe Louis Joins Bird Soosos season veterinarian as an in apprentice a poultry_ .

t formerly from Hartsford, Conn. who now resides for touchdowns with 19, and added two more is a master at bowling
plant. He said he wanted
/ at Jacksonville Beach, will be facing the in the championship game. He won the lea- with different speeds and New Nationwide TALLAHASSEE Florida'sduck some more shutouts to
with different spins, end goose and coot
I top bout of his career here Saturday night when gue rushing title in 1960 and narrowly is an adroit fielder.In Boxing Corp. hunting season will open bring his earned run
down to about
he meets world Lightheavyweight champion Willie missed the following season although out his 102-run stand at 12:00 noon November 27 average
2.15. It was 3.67 before
Pastrano of Miami in a non-title 10-rounder In for three, game.. He was second in 1962 with Sobers batted for 4 hours TEANECK and run for forty con- the game with Port
minutes and hit N.J. --(ANP)--- secutive days through
Jax Coliseum. Wilson, who is positive that this 1.049 yards.He and 10 Former heavyweight champion Lauderdale.
15 4's, despite an inJured -
is his big 'break', told the STAR, 'I'm definitely passed the century mark in rushing two finger Fe was Joe Louis last week Under the final migra- Sugar R,y

going to win this fight and can't let my friends games in 1960 three times in 1961 and supported by Ronnie Kan- Joined an east coast firm tory hunting regulations

down.' The first prelim gets underway ate 8 p'.n. hai. who scored 92 runs. which plans to promote framework just received To Fiht
four times in 1962. He excels as a pass from the U.S. Fish and
boxing on on a coast-to-
receiver and on kickoff and punt returns.But Fish, WildlifeDepartments coast basis. Wildlife Service, daily PARIS PRANCE--(ANP)--

Deer, Turkey Willie Mays running plays from scrimmage is Ab- Joe, who was in Teaneckto bag limits for ducks will Fading Robinson ring veteran will pick Bu.arRIIJ"
referee a bout, announced be two, with a possessionof
ner' s pride. that he had Joined four. Daily bag for a tidy paycheck to fighta

: Hurting Dates To PortraySelf Also in Kansas City's starting backfieldis Receive Funds the Garden State Sports coots will be eight witha little known boxer here,

Curtis McClinton, a 6-3 232 pound full Tallahassee -- Florida corporation headed by Sam total possession limit Sept. 30.
of 16. He signed a contract

Are Corrected In MoviesNEW back from\ the University of Kansas. Mc- will 103173.00 receive supplemental en additional Bartoletta.His memben. :hip in the '/The daily bag may not last week guaranteeinghim

Clinton, played in the shadow of Ail-Ameri appropriation in federalaid Garden State firm puts .include more than two $10.000 to fight

TALLAHASSEE -- Deer and YORK -- (ANP) -- can John Hadl while at K.U, but was named through apportionmentif Louis in the national pro Mallards, black ducks, or Armand Vanucci in a 10-
t hunting season in Willie Mays, the great motional Florida ducks, singly or round middleweight bout.
turkey spotlight for the
AFL Rookie of the Year in 1962 while Hadl Accelerated Public
Giants the aggregate, or two of
the Third Conservation San Francisco Work funds for use in first time since the ip Robinson, a veteran
District (Northwest star, is all' set to' star was a journeyman quarterback for the San fish and wildlife resto- demise of the Interna- wood ducks, or one hooded more than 20 years of
in a movie after the merganser. The total professional ring warfare
Florida) will close Diego Chargers. '
ration during 1963 according tional Boxing Club. Joe
12, 1964. An baseball season is com- possession limit may not took one of the worst .1
January McClinton thrilled Kansas Citians last to A.D. Aldrich was a director for IBC.
earlier pleted in which he will Include more than four mauling of his career ID
error in the reported -
director Game and FreshWater Since 1961,
deer and turkey portray himself it was week when he rambled 73 yards for a touchdown Fish Commission. Louis has black ducks, mallards or losing to Giardello of
indicated reported here last week. a boxing promoter on the Florida ducks. Philadelphia recently.
hunting regulations in a pre-season game against the Funds allocated to Fla.
closed According to syndicated west coast. He is p-jssi- L-
season for fish and wildlife
restoration -
Buffalo Bills.
columnist Dorothy Kil- dent of United World
statewide January 5. According are available Cwpkte
to A.D. Aldrich gallen, Mays will play Two of the biggest n ames in college for capital improvementssuch Enterprises in Los Anga&csJoe
and Fresh the title role In the and his wife own con- ,. KITCHEN MODERNIZATION
director Game gridiron warfare last year are pretty cer- as construction of
film, titled "A Man trolling interest in the
Water Fish Commissiontheseason fishing lakes, wildlife >- Direct Factory ta YN
Named Mays." tain to make the grade on the Chiefs' defensive coast venture.
for deer habitate improvement
The movie moguls pro- unit. They are Bobby Bell of CUSTOM CABINETS
turkey hunting will close development of water access ,, ",..,. ,,"", .'.'
January 5 in all sections bably decided that only Minnesota, a 6-4 228-pound All-American areas boat ramps >.:. ':;\''-: of Forrica or wwi
Mays can genuinely play di
of the state except Willie Mays. and 6-7, 276-pound Junious (Buck) Buchananof and other approved pro- ::!r.:
the third district, Which j eels. o REFRIGERATORS RANKS
will close January 12. "Say Hey!" Grambling, a Little AllAmerican.Both Federal funds appropri- .
Dish Washers SiMs RtttfcVINYLASBESTOS
t Bell and Buchanan were on the vic- ated through the Accelerated -
torious All-Star that defeated Public Works Rill TIES
ri College squad r..15
the Green Packers
mighty Bay re-
local basis. The
a ;
cently. Federal share can be 75 /.15

Mer Von's Prairie View is well represented on the per cent 66 per cent 58 .. f'. ALL Home Improvement Servke .'
per cent, or 50 per cent, i : C '
Kansas\ City team. David Webster, a 6-4, depending on the area in "' 2054 PHOENIX AVENUE, JACKSONVILLEFor :

: 220-pounder from Houston Texas, is star- which the project is lo- ANOTHER VETERAN Free Estimates TtispteH! '

Pharmacy ting his fourth year with the Chiefs. He cated.Counties designatedas NEW DEAL DRIVER
eligible areas should 33551144&f
r will man one of the defensive halfback contact the Florida Game 26 years at the wheel of .

2135 West( Edgewood Amne positions.The and Fresh water Fish CommiSsion New Deal Cab 136 Night
makes Gerald Matthews
for more informa- a
other defensive halfback might well
Let Us Fill Your Next t Prescript tion regarding fish and man of driving experience -
be Granger Texas, native Charles Warner, wildlife restoration projects He, like so

We Pick Up & Deliier Free the lightest man on the squad at 180 within such areas. many of the New Deal Of all the
men, has been on the
Wide Assortment Of Patent Hediciies pounds. He is a rookie.
Hiyor Collects job for many ;years and
Cosmetics Sundries Confectionery Another defensive halfback is Dave Gray- has earned the friend- Englishmenmany
son, who is starting his third year in Iron Of WINS ship and loyalty of you ..

PLEASE Dial PO 5-4485 or PO 5-1582 pro ball. He joined the Chiefs after GOTEBORG. Sweden -- Jacksonville folk. His mho driRnk ginooo
safety award pins
I I. D. Harris, Reg. Pharm. graduating from Oregon. Winning victories in the
100 and 200 meter dashes prove his driving how
t i .
in 10.5 and 21.7 seconds

respectively, Jax' Bob Matthews and his drink GOJrdon'? ;.:
swf Hayes the (world's wife Hattie Lue own .
I II T fastest human), paced their home at 2156 W. '" .. ':
Ij I the U.S. Track and Field 45th Street. Gerald -

j '4 ten to an international likes baseball and salt : ....s. .r

I Beet championship'here. water fishing. However A of them.And it's been that way .I.
Mast '
: Hayes, a Fla. &&" his greatest fun is years;To be blunt about it, ,,.
junior, broke Frank playing checkers and hi: Gordon's is England's biggest seltag gin
t Budd' s world's 100-yard dearest wish is that -as it is America's and the

coo stoaiSw dash mark of 10. 2. someone will fora a world's. Why? Probably

t checker club. How about because we have always

\ r' WIIdJ TIIis CIe.. it you checker fans- refused to tamper with a I

....- 11-35- 23 there must be a lot of good thing.Gordon's still
rt you. Jf you re interested harks back'to Alexander
113-16- 59
r -get in touch with Gordon's original

i? 8 2 Gerald. Ton'd make hima formula conceived 'In _

"" 1:1: '.- 6 real happy nan. London 194 years ago-

\ m". : 1 Cab 136 Night is a good 4 so its distinctive dryness .
0 5 number to ask for next and delicate flavour

ff 81- 7& time your dial EL4-1611. remain unchanged and
'- 43
f \ i. .... t. watch .w ..., !M W unchallenged to this day. l
wY 4 733 41 110 stow SW.r m'rn''gi *. 9iiO AckforGordonfrbynxme.rtcsscr !
cb+-.i 4, ,....... C.Kai6t. .
: \ Sometimes he s up .
SoaetlBes he's down

He adds, subtractsBe NEW DEALCAB isnua m*aa a.s..aausu.rrra.wsmona.en*q naa tenon w M CD.IA.IMI t ASArmAY

worD it all around ..

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Professor Beads Sltyiftf chirp Nafl Housewives League, Of America Conducted Successful f Confab I

Medical Firm' -- 'r-- : JACKSONVILLE'S own Mrs. Ann B. McGee was re-elected to her post as regional

Nashville (ANP) Dr. Samuel i d dA chairman of Southeast District II which embraces Alabama, Mississippi and mmm HATS
of Barks, professor of oral Florida daring the recent 26th annual convention of the National Housewives
:' pathology and oral surgery at I
Meharry Medical College has League of America Inc. hosted this year by the Detroit (Mich.unit.The .

taken one-year leave of absence national organization through 16 was formed and 'Where You Get 16-Ox. to the P tltUl"
to serve as director of which has become a
'Medic Incorporated of Ohio. was followed by a High VIADUCT.
..' ;;1 nationwide force was the *
Dr. Banks' duties will Include 71 brainchild of Albion L. School-College division BACK AGAIN BY YOUR REQUEST
development of research and: embracing 16 through 21
advancing medical education Friday. night, Aug. 16 Holsey of Tuskegee In- ages level members. ARMOUR BOLOGNA 3-1bs.
". within the group. argument between two who as secretary of the Although 1963 represents ARMOUR SAUSAGE ...3-1&1. Your
National Negro Business ARMOUR WIENERS .3.1bs. G SALE
men in a Kings Road }00 years of physical
.Fro Rags To Mete League visited Detroit in .TASTY NECK BONES 10-lb.
Tavern ended in the .r freedom for the, Choice
.;. 1930 and stated that the ; SWEET PIG FEET ...O-Ibt.
--" death of one of the however has yet to re- LEAN HOG MAWS .10-1&
(; ; principals with the sus- women of Harlem. N.Y. had present sound economic TASTY BEEF TRIPE.10;=;1bs. )
pected killer being held organized and were pa- freedom. The League there WHITE FAT BACK ....'.Ib..
t in city Jail without tronizing the C.M.A. perpetuates its inate PIG TAILS ..... .....7-lbs. FOUQWTKCROWBSTI
stores owned by Negroes.He OXTAILSTURKEY . .... ..S.Ibs-;
J bond for homicide investigation desire to support old and
disclosed that house- LEGS ....!.Ibl.
police re- New Negro businesses. SUPERIOR HEATS
wives spent some eighty TURKEY WINGS .. '
f4j ported. percent of the family Although the League appreciates HAM HOCKS .
J City Homicide Sgts. R. employment of
income. port to its principles by Negroes in businesses OPEN SUNDAYS ALL DAY j
T. Mathew and G.H.
Touchton said Willie This statement by Mr. 1935. owned and operated by -:- -_:-----.::---=--.---.-:. _-:._- -= :: .
'"' -
inspired Mrs. Peck The
organization next
Williams 35, of. 1903W. the late Rev.W.H. other racial groups it I I
wife of
step was acquainted -
with Sister C. Tillis. Fourth St. was pronounced Peck organizer of .the with businesses feels that the only solution i -I
to this problem is t
Originally of N.Y. City. dead on arrival Booker T. Washington throughout the city with
at Duval Medical Center Trade Assn. to cause sixteen units being formed Negro ownership of busi- SchooLDAYEthfl\
She is coming to Jacksonville ness to which end the
after having been shot fifty women to respond to and working under one con-
to help you through the heart by a her call resulting in for- stitution made up the League confines its '
especially those who Calibre .25, automatic mation of the Housewives organization's central efforts. : Vi/Tit/ t URJY HOe
pistol. league of Detroit whichwas body. PIANO WANTEDParty
trust in God. She will founded June 10, 1930
ROOM FOR SENT In 1935 a Junior unit
begin to help and bless in Bethel AME Church. comprised of children be- Will Pay Cash!
Nice furniture-all privacies CALL SP 1-4290
Confidence in Mrs. Peck
all who come to see her tween the ages of 61
2922 Moncrief Rd. despite the fact that the
at 10 a.m. Fri. Aug. developed through INDEPENDENT
League OIL CO.
after 7 or all day
30th and continue experimentation broughtover KEROSENE HOME DELIVERY itfl
Sunday or Monday. 12,000 women members
throughout 1 full week .
who had pledged their sup-
LOST Ike Joseph ------------------- Proprietor
She will be located at
FOR RENTLg. State and Jefferson Streets El 6-9432
525 Lee Apt.A..Sister A BEAGLE PUPPY 9 weeks
Room for Rent;Couple
,Tillis.. will .be here old, Black, white &- only. all conveniences; IMPERIAL SUNIRIES 14 '
nice* neighborhood. Patent Medicines CosmeticsAll Y/v ;
until Friday sept 8; bro wn..REWARDLast
m 57275IOHNNIE'S Leading Hair PreparationsCor. tyit,1J3
She will accept invitations seen in front of .
Pray for your Daylight Market on Edge- ROOMING HOUSE

Sick at home. If you see wood Ave. JOHNNIE'S ROOUS-A11 have your next suit... Pol I Parrot
Modern Furn-H&C Wtr- l
her you ill remember REWARD Free TV in Every Room
her. SISTER C. TILLIS Call Demery PO 81679 225 East Union Street Z
lt _

Saddles and Straps, and Strollers I
.: I 1FIjI too. Boots high Boots low,

I EDGEWOOD [] s and' Oxfords Sturdy. All in the big
GUy back-to-school assortmentby
PRESENTS.- Zge Poll-Parrot for boys and girls.
'.'."' Before school bells ring. .
Glorious Entertainment Nightly '\ bring. them in for new shoes. All so

....,... fitted. All
: '.. F-, t':. '" ;; : .> carefully so
dependable and well constructed.


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we make complete sign up
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to 20 letters-$3.88-ph-I You'll wont several of these to $
.,. sweaters wear with skirts. In bulky 3.
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Tue.: Soul Night All Seal Music Festering Starting Sunday For 1
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Wed. : Jam Session Featariif "The Sounds" And Misses and half sizes. -, ,-
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