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:
September 7, 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:
002071719 ( ALEPH )
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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at one of his trio the ing order for its reported
Mimian facss a Sept 11 '
bombing of a local civil
' manslaughter hearing nissle missing its Intended \ refusal to sell a home toa
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when a thrown who was sitting on herparents' Donald Smith, VA spokes-
Wednesday night, resultedin abruptly
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Mr. and Mrs.
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the first
protest action by George Scott's porch at for
.I swarms of Jeering, rock killed a one year 350 NW Tenth St. home. time when it opened to House and HoLtd.. reportedly -
t girl Wednesday. Police said Williams same 2.000 students wed- NATIONALLY fP01LICHTED--lhen Jaz Municipal Judge John R. Factors experimentally
headed by Norman
throwing Negroes.One Negrowas Held on manslaughter who lives at 467 NW nfi-sday. it was announced. organized 'a juvenile Jury to sit in an advisory capacity on teenage offenders'

reported shot fatallyand before charges Justice pending of hearing Peace Sixth.St. felt concern. According to Dr. Benjamin hearings, little 'did many people realize that this far-reaching gesture would Rossman Smith. According

others over the child's condi- F. Rogers acting receive widespread favorable comment throughout the nation.In its usually twice to the VA official, the
at least eight Ralph Ferguson is James
tion and when he returned President of the Uni- a-week session, the Juvenile peers have pondered over 700 cases, with a mere
being hospitalized before S. Williams/ 30. who action against the concern
to check on her ve,rsity. the three are three of them being repeats. Shown during a simulated session are, seated

the rioting was brought told police he, was ,he was arrested. Detective transfer. students and. from left: Judga Santora (second from left); Clerk Alex Smith and Sgt. J.E. was affected July 16 after
.._,J fighting with three
If 'under control by police. the street Andrew Giordano are ell males. ,1.4. Starling. Jurors standing fron left: John Thomas. Charles Lawson Brunei the firffl'refased. to sell
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'''' simulating a defendant''p role. The STAR will begin publication of the Ju-
Attorney Arthur Shores' teacher Dave P. Johnson \
Dade Paces CouI\1tiesI1'\ venille Jurors' series in'the Sept 14 Issue. (Foster Marshall Photo)
home received its second who Is assistant principal

bombing and no one was reported Minister Says;: He Was Hit i Husband,Wife, of a Cocoa Beach high i

hurt, police said. Additional school. The home is located I

The explosion brought out As Six During 29 Peoples' Arrest Sons, Slashed in the Bel Air section

hundreds of angry Negroes ; of Merritt Island: ,
Bearing what he terms physical evidence Two men, Leroy Darlingand
who threw rocks and Jeered Districts Integrate brut\tal Robert Seymour are Smith continued.
of !misstrealjment allegedly administered ,
police who had formed 12- -- .: by a St. Johns deprty during I being held in Dade County PRIOR R+18'UBALPrior

man lines along a cordoned Mostly Token Integration I classrooms, the state's > Labor"Ceyjldemonstr; : at'ion in St. Augustine, Jail on a charge of assault to the anti-dis

largest county now has Oak. !Hill four Negroes; a churcn' mIssionary disclosed to the STAR 'I with Intent to commit -

off five block area. with 'six more countiesin lowered racial barrier Ven t.ia. three: Fishweir Tuesday that civil action may+ instituted. I murder after slashing crimination; order, Johnson
Florida three members of
Police fired into the air integratingtheir in 31 of its county and Hyde,: Grove two each; against the city, county and officer in t every a had contacted the. firm hut
public schools for 'white family with a razor
estimated a
schools with an and at Lackawana,one.ThomatJ near future. 'arrest wjthout
to disperse the angry the first time with tues- now in at- one vlolene In the Cutler Ridge Fhop- had beenrefased Smith
2,500 Negroes Jefferson reported Rev. G.M. Eubanks,who .
fire trucks day's fall opening of ping Center here last
crowds while '
tendance. that its one Negro told the STAR that he is continued. \
the state* s public institutions CHARGES THREAT week according to po-
stood by. applicant failed-to affiliated with tie After the order was affected \
17 of Florida's REPORTED APPREHENSIVEAfter lice.
report on the first day.; Church of God In Christin Rev. Fubanks who servesas
three t
It took police some 67 counties have some "'' Darling 20. of 12160 last April) Joteaoc
Other counties in addi- St. Augustine as a second vice president
assisted by Negro form of school integra- nearly several SW 219th St. and Seymour
tion to Duval which desegregated missionary-evangel, ,: again contacted tie coa-
tion--the majority of years of U.S. Court litigation 24. of 10081 RWRunquat
leaders using bullhorns to their public revealed he was partici-
them'on a token basis. Duval County-- St. Goulds, im cern and was refused for
schools' for the first pating in Labor Day memorial <
disperse the crowds. By Dade County with 14 more whose school officials time since Reconstruction services at thecity's plicated two companions: the second time Smith

midnight, the crowds were schools desegregating were reported to have included: Orange. Leon Old Slave Market Joshua Merritt. 17, of said.
some 150 additional Nero been 'apprehensive"desegregated -- 10500 170th Terrace, and
reported under control although students into fnr r.... five elementary St. John;:. Okaloosa and last Monday afternoon Bobbie Junior Jones 18. Johnson was then said to
when 29 of the group
sporadic gun fire ly all-white grades and schools namely Santa Rosti.Broolce were arrested for assembling of 10044 SW 175th Street. have issued eoaplai&t to

caused by small calibre \' Gives without a city'permit Mrs. Louise alters' 43
Police the Natloaal Association
Culls Killed
I Man 73 of 30125 SW 160th Ave. .
area by local law enforcement -
pistols in, the Negro remained in fair condi- for the Advance-cent of

could te heard.Mystery A Mob" ly Hit-Run Car Prayttr, RulingBOSTONANPMoment officers. tion at James Archer Colored People and the
Faith Hospital
surrounded origin organization seat the oom-
PLAQU MINE, La. -- Law agencies are conducting I
Rev. Eubanks said that RFV. tUBANKS Closes
of the unidentified Negro Terming action by police a widespreadsearch of meditation or reverent while the group were .Bears Scars Bombing plaint to to VA which ia- :

reported fatally shot. Another against civil rightsdemonstrators before the !
silence Catholic SchoolNEW Testigated.
as a for the hit-run car being herded into a city .. of the St. Augustine

was reported wounded bus to be taken to Jail, Branch of the NAACP. ORLEAYS--ANP--The The VA act i oo also bars
James Far-
"lynch mob which killed a 73yearold
said that before he :
a deputy struck him was
by gunfire. Others hos mer, national director of the firm from receivinga
Most Rev.John P. Cody.archhlshopcdcinlstrator,
highway pedestrianlast twice with an electriccow struck by the officer

pitalized were said tohaw the Congress of RacialEquality -., Sunday morning. prod. Ke said he deflected he was told "We've goveraaeat appraisal OBIts

been injured by rock the first blow been wanting you for a of the New Orleans arch- property, oae of the
The victim was long'time."
with his hand but the

throwers. x Dorsey, who lived at 5719: officer, repeating the Meanwhile, when the diocese,last week ordered initial re .ire.eti before

Sbores,. ole home is located .J Carver Circle. Mr. Dorsey gesture, punched him on .; STAR went to press Our Lady of Good Harborp a VA loa is okayed.The .

nearby Graymont ; the cheekbone with the trod .t Thursday afternoon the PHA' also barred the
Duval Medical Center cman Catholic parochial
i died at f'i1' local
School whirl in the second at- injured clergyman
Elementary L at 8:30 'a'. .. some tempt. NAACP officials and school at Buras, La. firm. on the basis of its

accepted too Negro pupils. 6+ four hours after a speeding ?their legal counsel were closed indefinitely after action, tto VA said.

this week, was the attorney TREATED AND JAILED in session planning what
a opening of school; day are a dynamite blast, apparently -
car traveling north course to take In the A VA hearts la Orlaado
for Autherine Lucy,, permissible in the state The missionary said he the work of segregationists -
west on Moncrief Rd. near reported brutality case. will be eewtfttete by a

who was enrolled in the I of Massachusetts_ Atty. was taken to Flagler ., Rev. Eubanks Is presently ripped a will
Rutledge Ave. struck him three-Ban
which is leading where several
Hospital ;.. receiving treat-
University of Alabama for Gen. Edward ttrook ruled, ..r new wing in the nine I
demonstrations 80 feet stitches were taken to its findings
rights him report
". a short spell in 1957 an j I the hurtling some sent, in. Jacksonville..
against discrimination in last week.Attorney. closeup the wound on his room school.
through the air, according: Take
Jimmy Hood, who had en" this town added, "Po- : General, Brooke, cheekbone and his InJured WATot THIS ClOWN The school, which had

[(t rolled in the Universit:T lice did not break upi to highway patrolmen H.W. eye was treated. "
been closed for the place I
Nelro,hel d that the U.S.
Gov. Wall ace' i the demonstrations but Tompkins and J.L. Zier. a He said he was then returned -
pursued the people into Supreme Court decisior L to city Jail for but had been scheduled liSe
opposition homes and any The car is then said to the first
churches preliminary on to reopen Sept. 3,
* *' shelter they sought." have swayed back on th<, does ban nuperviseiprayer charge and then to .... IItI IIHIJSII Peace Corpsi
closed indefinitelyby
Trade 11th Firms He classified Plaquemine road and sped away, of;,,- or Bible reading ii 1 county Jail where he was

as "a city under public schools.. charged with resisting ( Pili 11)cb. ) the ArchbIshop'
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Politics As Usual ;

I NEWS '. "."' = -- ;-

; Published by The Florida Star Publishing Co''Slember

of Associated Negro Press" / The' March on Washington brought the oowatry's -

t f' ERIC I 0. SIMPSON.............MaagMg Eftttr ':..... ..,...1... "'- >> -- ...,... jC" : ., three major religious faiths closer
; .': than any issue in the nation's peacetime
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ALYSON E. .ISE..Nfts Ear .
I : .. : : .. r history.

.>. H1UA WOOTEN.........CtrcriatiM l 1118ager A survey of participation in the de oa- ,
:- MAIN OFFICE & PLANT: { ,0 :< % stration by organized religious bodies ,:
: ) :. ( Indicates that bund reds of local Protes -
2323 Heicrief f Road......Phoae ELii 4-6782 '
: tant. Catholic and Jewish'groups arouud

.' Mailing Address: the country responded to calls by their

'P. 0..Boa 561, Jacksonville 1, Florida national leaders to take active roles in
I the March and worked in intimate cooper-
: '\\1 ation to make the March a success.
)! ,738 NW 3rd Ave. Phone 3771025 ._ ; Among the ten founding chairmen of t!

March--the men nho saw Presi- .

I .,,/ dent Kennedy and addressedthe
One Year. $600 Half Year. 4.00

, j throng gathered before
Hailed to You Anywhere in the United States : ,. 4 .-"..",-
,.;p, the Lincoln Memorial Aug.28
I Subscription payable in Advance -., .. rf -

Send Check or Money Order to: ; / y were three religious spokesmen '
,-' : the Rev. Eugene Carson? \
FLORIDA STAR P. 0. BOX 561 s wllr8'; Ofii
f ..... tI Blakerepresenting the 'ro- I
Florida "
Jacksonville 1. I ;:ip'l, !'
.: a .. ..f :; '- -....,..:. tant National Council of Churches; Mathew ti

Statement By Rabbi r Joachim Prinz -r- -.. Ahm executive director of the National i

Following Washington March Address 'f _. :-' __ Catholic Conference for Interracial Jus ',\
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"_ ,4" tice; and Rabbi Joachim Prinz presidentof
I am deeply gratified by the Aug. 28's .1'" _
S / the American Jen ish Congress. _
! thrilling demonstration of unity and de-
s : FREEDOM NOW. TO MAKE AN EVEN GREATER CONTRIBUTION TU!) HER COUNTRY Their organizations worked closely with
s termination in the cause of full equality
the six Negrocivil rights group>*:' in plan-
\ in a free society for all Americans.
ning the March, working on the myriad
By their presence togehter Negroes and
plans for physical arrangements drawing up
" whites, Christians and Jews and men and. Your
WeeklyHoroscope the list of demands to be presented at the
women from every walk of life and every
I demonstration and getting the members of
state in the Union made clear that they
their faiths in all sections of the coun-
will not rest until the promise cf free- .

j', dom for every citizen is fulfilled. Guide; : try to join the March on Washington. Along

I _, with leaders of the six largest Negro
In that
i great effort the Jewish community "
civil rights groups and the spokesman for
' will play its rightful part, by deed as
I y PABLO The ASTROLOGER, organized labor was United Auto Workers
Ii I well as by word to assure freedom for the #I-... _. ,
president Walther Reuther, the three religious

I I! American Negro and thus for every citizen' WHICH ARE YOUR LUCKY DAYS FOR leaders are part of the Gig Ten'

I( in this' land.School directing the March.

'l logins Onto Moro BUSINESS I LOVE TRAVEL Dr. Blake, a former president of the Nat-

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'1 Pf"17 .. ional Council of Churches and currentlythe
September brings a profound change in the
I {! lives of millions of Americans. These are ARIES CANCERBorn future when you have a. CAPRICORNBorn Vice Chairman of its Commission on Re-
22nd thru loving companion by
June your thru
i the members of what might be termed 'the Born March 21st thru side and Dec. 22nd ligion and Raceis chief executive officerof
April 19thDo July 22nd advising guiding Jan. 19th
younger set' For September is the month you. This is the the United Presbyterian Church in the

when school begins once more. For three oars not because rest on your have One of your first obi thought that should bo If scjssone is trying to U.S. A veteran civil rights leader, he was
jectives. favored by uppermost in your mind impose on your generosity -
long months the school doors have been made some progress powerful planetary influences 'when iou :are tempted t'o' or otherwise abusing arrested on July 4 at Woodlawn, Md. along

closed. Now in September they open again, during quarter as the there preceding remainsa is to take the set out alone to face your friendly Interest with 35 other clergymen who sought to

and it is back to the: books and the black- long pull ahead. Thereare initial steps toward the the world or to break{ it may be time for you integrate the white-only Gwynn Oak Amusement -
, many problems stillto acquisition of recognition the bonds of an association to put your foot down.

boards. be solved with many ,and a commanding' that may be far' You have certain pur- Park outside Baltimore.An .

t I Shakespeare, in'his famous lines on the difficulties to surmount economic status. A signi- better for you than you! poses to accomplish and estimated 140,000 to 150,000 Protestants -
ficant' repetition of a you cannot afford to be
before consider think. Even if you tire
seven ages of man, gave a typical view: you can
including clergymen participate
your objectives achieved sextile aspect between playing with the idea distracted or delayed by ,

Ii I '. .the whining school-boywith his satchel (9th. 10th). There is a Jupiter and Saturn is that it is, a splendid the selfish whims of the March, according to Dr. Robert W.

and shining morning face. creeping like repetition of the splen- emphasizing this point sextile aspect between others. You may wish to Spike, an official of the National Councilof
llth, 12th). Do not be and Saturn consider the possibilityof
snail unwillingly to school.' For the did Saturn-Jupiter sex- Jupiter confirms Churches. He said that state and local
fooled into thinking that that a marri buying or selling
tile but the
aspect as age
i! typical boy (and, no doubt, the typical
third and last one is you are not making any or partnership tie may property. The fine sex- cooncils of churchesnational and regional

girl) is supposed to hate school as the' not due until early next headway as the verdict really be indissoluble. tile aspect between Sa- denominational agencies, and individual
will be positive when Since this aspect hill turn and Jupiter is considered
devil hates holy water. year the full, Impact of church congregations in many parts of the
these two planets make as a favorableomen
the many benefits that be repeated for the
This, of course, is a vast exaggeration. this portends will not third and final aspect third and final t.ime llth.. 12th.But as country chartered planes and buses for the

For ''modern education, whatever its faults be felt until then. early next year. early next year. it is only the second of trip.
< the scheduled three aspects -
may be is enormously different than in 4-66-20-13-81-462 9l150169191HSCORPIO
599301484593T it nay be pre The National Council of Churches repre-

Shakespeare time. Incredible new worlds LEO mature and not quite as sents 31 major Protestant and Orthodox
Born July 23rd thru
have been opened or are being explored.The profitable to take final
April 20th thru Aug. 22nd Born Oct. 24th thru action now. communions with a membership of 40 million

frontiers of knowledge are being Advanced May 20th With Mercury scheduled Nov. 22nd church-goers.Individual groups that announced -
at an almost unbelivable speed. The togo retrograde it maybe : and in
their cooperation
There are powerful Judicious to let You are not lacking: in AQUARIUSBorn
I youth of today is offered opportunities forces operating in the events guide your ac- energy but It seems to Jan. 20th thru the March include the American Baptist

that would have been unimaginable even a shadows and perhaps un tions and decisions. Accept have been pent up. It Feb. 18thIt Convention; the Brethern Church; the Nat-
beknown to you they maybe will find release and
few The opportunity is there-- the benefits that
years ago. ;
shaping destiny enable to applyyourself is in the nature of ional Council of the Protestant Episcopal
your come your way naturallybut you
it is to each individual whether it things to have
up to submit
according to the pattern check the tendencyto more thoroughly Church and the United Presbyterian Churches -

\ shall be used to the full or not established in the hea- try and wring them to your work a.nd the of to delays circumstances.or to the Thereis force in the U.S.A. In addition Lutheran and

I word from the past is in order. vens (9th.11th). A major out of ventures that are achievement of your main
One more nothing wrong vlth Methodist ministers formed the "Lutherans
around the
planetary aspect a sex- not well planned or pos purposes (
When Aristotle was asked how much educatedmen tile between Jupiter and sibly nonexistent.Friend 12th). You are receivinga your ideas or personal March on Washington and the 'Methodist

were superior to those uneducated, he Saturn is the authority may have the right intentions big boost fro a fine attitudes fine sextile as shown aspect bya March on Washington' in cooperation with

for the belief that you but they could sextile aspect between
said; 'As much as the living are to the between Jupiter and Sa national headquarters of the March on
Jupiter and (Saturn.
, may: be asked to take on be sadly mistaken and
turn. But since
It is
dead.' a larger responsibility Inadvertently lead you Since it is only the Washington.Mr. .
only the second of the
in some Instances behind astray. A sextile aspect second one out of the Ahmann heads a small but effective
i Dtn't Lw A Dtith Trap the scenes. But as this between Saturn and scheduled three' (the scheduled three you may
have to wait until
I configuration will be Jupiter takes place for last one being listedfor early Catholic group with headquarters is Chicago
next when the last
A short time ago 'Don* t Leave A Death repeated for a third and the second time empha- early 1964|, the complete year that has been intensifying itspro-
one is due to verify
1 Trap' week was observed throughout Oregon. last time early next sizing a long-range results will not this fact in Its en grams in recent months to bring increasing
f year. Its full Importmay partnership. be completely tabulated
That observance, and application of the not be felt until tirety. Yon simply have numbers of Catholics into the civil rights
1-99-10-15-49-195 until then. no choice but to carryon
lessons that were then widely publicized then. VIRGO 255601915256SAGITTJRIUS according to plan to fight. The Catholic organization official

I should be made a part of 'every day of 1-33-80-18-95-738 Born Aug. 23rd thru maintain your confidenceand said recently that Catholics have 'a
\ every week of every year. GEMINIBorn Sept. 22nd to await the promised serious moral obligation' to support 'ef-

[\ The death trap in this cas is a valuable May 21s t thru when you are convinced thruDec. day.
Born Nov. fective civil rights legislation' .
June 21st 2-44-100-17-74-241
I and almost universally used appliance-the that your labors are the '21st
Recently, Roman> Catholics in the Arch-
factors enabling
There would be little
I home refrigerator. Old ones are discarded, use trying to get aheadof you to build the edificeof Matters thut are related PISCESBorn Feb. 19th thru diocese of New York were urged IB a letter

and left in places accessible to children. to relatives
the crowd as this financial independence neighbors cherishedones March 2Dth from the Most Rev. John J. Maguire, auxiliary r.
They are air tight and sound proof. The for your later
likely is not your month yearsyon are encouraged and outstanding The Plscians who have bishop and vicar general of the
fascinated child who gets inside and to get anywhere in
par- talents will, bring about previously Interested
to redouble them with archdiocese, to take part in the Aeg. 26
I closes the door will suffocate in a matterof ticular. Tackle your telling effect. But you certain seri ono reflec- themselves in social or
ltarch.The letter read in all 402 parishes
duties and problems on a should not disregard the tions or agreements.This charitable causes are ,
minutes. day-to-day basis and do of the archdiocese's Jurisdiction quoted
possibility that you are is indicated by aJUl'iterSat being encouraged to pursue
I Figures ,tell the tragic story. Over a not try to force the solutions expanding your vital urn sextile their alms with Increased Cardinal Spellman of New York as >having

period of years 246 children have met that persist in energies faster than maybe aspect the second of a vigor even recently observed that "much-ever so sw 1

evading you. A second considered Judicious. series of three. The should the progress seem remains to be done' in the field of racial
needless, death in this manner. And last sextile between Saturn allow last one wiill not take aggravatingly slow. Yon
Ton should always
justice.In .
year was the worst of all with 35 thus and Jupiter takes place.It for sufficient rest, place until, next year. are being abetted by a

i killed. seems to be concerned periods of recreationand establishing the criti- splendid Jupiter-Saturn Boston, it was announced that Cardiaal I

A memorable slogan reads: 'Don't Let Another with your hopes friendships a moderate but cal'point w'biffl+ the bene- sextile aspect. Since Gushing had named 11 Roll an Catholic prieststo
j and future outlook.But fits promised will no this one is only the
Child Become A 'Statistic !1' Those nutritions diet. participate in the March. Aoc the
1 real significance longer be withheld from second one of a scheduled

who are fighting this enace urge that if of this event will not be 3-77-90-12-86-379 you. Tber is much you trio the last one being was Francis J. Lally. editor of The Pilot.

f you see and abandoned refrigerator, cal completely clear until LIBRA can do mef mwhile In your expected early next year. archdiocesan weekly newspaper.
these planets make their Born Sept. 23rd thru own behal f by providing yon have confirmation

the. police department sherrif s officeor third and final configuration Oct. 23rd guidance to those who that you are engaged Insoaethlnc 1

a member of the Refrigeration Service early next year. need it. very much April 4, 1892 Harry T.Burleigh started -] ,
Ton will hare less to
Engineers Society. The help of everyone is 2-88-17-62-284 8-22-30-13-46-823 worthwhile. his musical career. 1
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RETROSPECTS OF A PARTY theme was auspiciously launched recently by the newly organized Con- Charlie Cooper, and guests. Bottom scene left: Marilyn and Carolyn Driskell, Samuel Newman and

gressional Council of Clubs which presented a dinner dance at new Mack's Half Dollar Ranch 'Frederick Harper. Center, Milton Gee and guests. At right: The popular Crescendos under the

for students planning on returning to school and college this fall. The council wishes to direction of leader Graham. Council member consist of: The Progressive Young Wens' Club ,
thank the Burgees Bus Company for transporting guests, the services of Mack Half Dollar Ranch Junior Ambassadors, Sorority Debs, Miraculous 13, Club Esquire, The Le La Lets, Soucii Boni
staff, Mr. Graham and the Crescendos dance combo for their most welcomed cooperation in Et Laiet, Progressive Young Women* s Club, The Dukes, The Dutchmen Shangrila Phi, Les Petite

I making the initial affair an outstanding success. Top photo left: Antohny Demps and guest. Juliet, Parliament 500, Cool Calm and Casuals, Green Pasture Guild, Upsilon Phi, The Magnif-
Center pix from left: Alfred Thompson, Charlie Jones, Lamar Williams, Ronnie Washington, Leon icent 7, and Vogue 13. The Council's acting president, Vllliam Osborne is inviting professionalgroups
Holiman, Bill Walton, William Peterman and Wallace Green. Top photo right: Lawrence Mungin, educators and the public to note the progressive projects of the Congressional Council

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BIRTHS all y S pea ki n g Jazz Compares With APPLICATIONS FOR
and' '
Mr. Mrs. William Harmon; 203fc Yulee st. J
Jenkins; 5531 Sunny Acres. Boy. vl} L Opera, Says Ella MARRIAGE LICENSESJimmy
Dr. :AlthoughThe March on Washington D.C. may seem Hiss Agnes Banks, ,. niece. of Mrs. Mary L. Breakerand
; Boy. Mr. and ."J' _.Fnaniel; to some inappropriate in this column, I' cannot DENVER COLO. (ANP) Lee Davis Green
Mr. and Mrs. Gene Al- Allen; 1044 Cal'lan". ; Miss ElizabethJones has returned to Salisbury, .
.. Ella Fitzgerald the Cove Springs Fla. 19
ford 720 St. Twins resist paying a small tribute to leaders of the
; Lafayette ; Boy and Girl ( )
Maryland after spending the surfer: in Jacksonville..., First Lady of Songs, hada and Brenda C. Harrison,
Boys (Twins). Mr. and Mrs. Ferris Al- movement.
They must surely have contributed a straight replay for Green Cove Springs. Fla. .
Mr. and Mrs. Rudolph bertie; Rt. 9 Box 1024;
Ottis 1416 F. 20th St. ; tremendous amount of tine from other areas in . .. .. .. .. .. .. .. Jazz critics when she arrived JB.
Boy. Jr.
here last week to Isaiah Fills. 120
Girl. Mr. and Mrs. Hilliard which they were needed and to which they have
headline the Red Pocks E. Platen Pd. 41
Mr. and Mrs. Lorenzo Brown; 1084 W. 21st St. ; dedicated themselves. Hoirever their efforts were The annual 'AKA Round-up will be held Saturday, Jazz Festival.She Ethell S. Waters 621
Fwift .*:.
Cross: 1517 ; Girl.
Boy: and Oirl, (Twins). Mr.' and Mrs. Oscar Williams not in vain. Someone has learned that 'we will co- September 21, in the home of Mrs. Elizabeth Jasmin, declared emphatically Court C. 29.
; that "Jazz is Just as
Mr.! and Mrs. Carl Walton ; General Delivery; operate.' West Thirteenth Street. All inactive members of the classy as opera. and 'LEO'S SHOE REPAIR
529'". 17th St. ; Boy. Lawtey. Florida; Girl.
sorority are exten -ed a special invitation to at- she added that she believes -
Mr. and Mrs. James Mr. and Mrs. R u sse 11 I ......................... the public is get- Shoe Repairing
Brock; 1522 Davis St. ; Lambert; 2320 Moncrief tend. Mrs .Annie Ruth Williams, chairman of. the
ting even more jazz-con-
Boy.Mr.. Poad; Girl. event, is sending a 'special' plea to sorors who scious than it used to Of Any KindIs

and Mrs. Hervert Mr. & Mrs. Alvin Brooks; On the local scene, Mr. and Mrs. Hugh Wilson are haw Just been postponing their affiliation date. Our Or ly Business
CUlver: 621 Ct. F.; Boy. be.She +
3143 Ray Road; Girl. also had a classic
Mr. and Mrs. Willie, receiving felicitations. The blissful couple have
Florida Avenue
Mr. & Mrs. definition of Jazz.
Robert Fle-
Flynn; 4235 Katanga Dr. ; revealed details of their wedding which took pla ce . .. . .. .. .. .. .
Boy.Mr.. chter; 1435 Wlndle St.;
Septanber 3. 1963 in New York City.
1 and Mrs. Eugene goy Many high school grad: uates attended the 'Fun Out' W
I The bride is the former
Ludella Magee of
sponsored by Gamma Rho Omega Chapter of Alpha

now its Peps Havana Florida. She earned the B.S. Degree in Kappa Alpha Sorority, Ian last Saturday evening. COBBlES

nursing from Florida A & M University and the M.A. Mrs. Loretta Jenkins Tlmmons presided. -C9C0 SS"OC

for those who degree in Psycdatric! Nuruing-Education from Indiana After a warm welcome extended by Mrs.Bettye H.

think University. She is presently serving ar *n instructor Sessions, the word and leaf gamds were conducted by %
young i r 7
of nursing at Duval Medical Center forFAMU. Mrs. Estelle W. McKissick. Happy recipients of
Mrs. Wilson is a member of Zeta Phi Beta Sorority. prizes were Emily Harper, Belva Burney, Patricia
j The groom is a native of the Panama Canal Zone, Roberts, Elizabeth Darby, and Elizabeth Crestville.

B.W.I., where he attended the public schools. He attended Mrs. Ruth C. Solomon gave a brief review of the

Junior College in Jamaic, and received! theB. activities of the sorority.
d .. Degree from City College of New York. He is Members of the committee responsible for the affair r t

presently employed as manager and public relations were Mesdames Alma Daniels, chairman; Loretta J. :
director for Jax Liquors on Edgewood Avenue. Timmons, co-chairman; Vera Davis, hostess; Louise :

3r Mr. Wilson is & member of Alpha Phi Alpha Frater Durden; Estelle McKissick; Mabel Wright; Aldonia

nity. Seabrook; Camilla Thompsonand Amy. Currie.

The couple is at home to friends at 2101 Venus St. All guests were given souvenirs of the occasion.

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It might be a little late to resume .our French
You Seek The Best Dctetor {
,. When Tour Doctor prescribes lessons' but I: am a little more .than determined 4

Get Experienced: Pharmacists so here goes I AMAZING NEW RIB FLEX SOLE! Our versatile
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qa.: .. b'."", orders. We use only The Crepes suzette (krap suzet'-thin pancakes in you
one cushion-tread step to another. So flexible
.Dr.,. C. E. Black Best toality Drugs creasy butter sauce and llquer which is usuallyset you
can fold it with a finger. So smart with to .Hoiono
Proprietor afire before serving.
look and inch-high stacked heel And so wenderftf

I 3 REGISTERED PHARMACISTS TO SERVE TOO Croutons (krooton* )-small cubes of bread that have with all the caressing ease of Cobbles' famous ftti

A COMPLETE LINE OF been toasted or fried. FOUR SEASONS 12.99
COsmetics Rubber Goods Candies Sundries Cuisine (kwe-zen-the cooking departBent; also the

food prepared therein.Demitassea .
The livelier life Is more popular than small cup of black coffee.En .
ever today...and so is Pepsi-Cola. Store Brochette (an bro she ) broiled on a small
Lilly's Drug
I And nothing drenches your thirst, Pfi PSI-COLA spit or skewer. '.i' I 215 LAURA STREET

.like a cold Inviting Pepsi. fb Tass (an tass)-in a Cq). .
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WtItIin EigHt l White, Slates A Successful Presentation Honors For Bishop WJ. Walls Sr.

Ii CHURCH NOTES Music Study Courses OBITUARIES -' Set During AME Zion s Centennial 1

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BY L. N. PEARSON, SR. At t Northwestern I Amos Gissentanner, 909' NEW YORK. N.Y.--Bishop Willan J. Walls, senior I

t\ Sunday September 8th. Spearing St.: Willie Sam- P and presiding head of the First Episcopal Dis

I, the Church School beginsat uel WalkerBrooklyn, M.Y.: Y trict of. the African Methodist iseopal Churcfe, I t.

9:30 a. B. with T.VHuger. Edward Rivers Buck-
will be honored by church offleals and pro 4&eat
superintendentin .
charge. man St.; Mrs. Queen Jones, ;' < representatives of the country as well as past I
I The MornIng-worship ser- r 1325 W. 23rd St.; Mrs. freedom fighters of the denomiaatloa at the I

vice begins at 10:55 with
", 1 Leona Anderson 1100 Centenary Celebration of the A.V.F. zioa Ciwrch.
F the minister s preparation Price St.Marshall Shanks, "
I before Divine worship _=xr The banquet is being held on Friday eveaisg,
St. Augustine; Warner Lee I

followed by the w, September 13th, at 8 p.m. at Hotel Roosevelt la
processional of the two Johnson; Hastings; Frank
New York City.
choirs. Pev. P. D. Wilson J.S. Williams, 713 Court

will preach the sermon He will be cited for his dent Jo ha F. Kennedy.
H.; Mrs. Rebecca P. Rob-
supported by the United In far-reaching move constant fight throughoutthe Some of the special features -

and the Westminster to give the community inson, 910!$ Broad St. ; c country in the will be: the Festi-

choirs with Mrs Rudyne singers an additionalou Mrs. Laura Owens Williams;. national and international val of Negro Songs fea-
Watson at the console. religious bodies
turing 18 choirs Freedom
tlet wellknown ;
i All visitors are especially organist-musician Fugene 1718 McQuade St.; Henry fo r the freedom and Night; International Negro -

welcome to visitus White has completed plansto Brunson, 234 McCargo St.; dignity of his pe
at any time. We urge The banquet will be one and a colorful n*eaBt
organize a 100-voice Marietta: Mrs. Lizzie
visiting us more often. of the top events of the depicting the lives of
to aid
On Tuesday September10th Hicks, 1459 Spearing St.; five day observances by
Frederick Douglas. Har-
s increasing cultural fi 'I
the United and Mrs. Lois Odom 1043 AME Zion Church of the riet Tubman Sojourner
Westminster choirs will progress. 100th anniversary of the
Primary purpose will be Canal St. ; Johnny Sear- Truth J.w. Loguen and
signing of the
rehearse together in the Emancipation -
to give talented peoplein other who were members
Fellowship Hall of the gant, Brooklyn M.Y.;.lira. Proclamation in denominations.
of the
the community out- S l'T..
an i
church at 8:00 The > Mother AWE Zion Church
: p.m.
let in performing learn- Mollie Devero, 721 Acorn Freedom Night Wednesday
church is located at 140 West 137th Street
Cleveland and Woodlawn ing new methods thus St.; Mrs. Mercedia W. New York City's oldest September llth will
Poads. broadening their knowl- feature addresses by Roy
Green, 5732 Opery St. ; Negro Protestant church
Wilkins executive
: edge in latest techniquesin sec
Wednesday, Sept. 11th ( founded 1796) and will
at 7:30 p.m. Elder vocalizing and for the Mrs. Gussie E. Torrence LATEST TO JOIN the city s singing groups are the Trinet;,tes of Trinity Baptist be the focal point of the retary NAACP; A. Philip

Ophelia Hamilton and improvement of church 1780 Starr St.; Yrs Agnes Church, the recipients of many praiseworthy comments following their initial five day celebration Randolph the March organizer of
on Washingtonand
choirs.Mr. .
Deacon Helen Toney will
conduct the prayer ser- White has been appointed Ifelvinia Kato, 2227 Calvin recital last Sunday afternoon in Trinity auditorium. Standing from left are: to covering 13th. September 7th James Farmer national -

vice In the conferenceroom Instructor o'f St.; Mrs. Lovie Young,2011 Jacklyn Giles, Mary Helen* Yangram Janice Wayand Henrietta Bannister. Seated Dr. Abbie Celemt Jack- director of Core.

of the church. music at NorthwesternAdult Death Claims
Hartridge St.; Mrs. Willie from left: Betty Royal ston7 Rev C.J. Crosby pastor; and Gloria Johnson. son will preside at the
School and all
Children and youth of per
Ann Washington, 1735 Mc- (Royal Art Studio Photo banquet trhich'Rill honor
the church ages 9 to 18 sons interested in taking ) Bishop Walls for over 40 Gospel Composer

met Sunday Sept. 1st at courses in music theory, Quade St.; Eddie till isms, --

; 6:00 p.m. and organizeda harmony history funda- 1510 Madison St. ; Ivory Call MeetingGirl Phi I Delta Kappas Conclude years Episcopacy service of his in denomi the' Theodore Frye

I Junior and Senior Youth mentals or music appreciation -
Department of United along with Baker, 1311 Pasco St. ; Scouts troop Successful 40th f Annual ConclaveThe nation. Chicago --(ANP)-Theodore
R. noted
leaders and others of Invited guests will Include Frye gospel singer
Presbyterian Youth. Pur- choral music report to George Ernest Hewitt Sr., and music publisher was buried
District4 are urged to 40th Anniversary Conclave of the National Governor Nelson
pose to form youth choirs Northwestern Sr. High from Olivet Baptist church,
\\l young ushers and useful School on Tuesday night. 818 Monroe St., Miss Dorothy attend an important Sorority of Phi Delta Kappa in session at the Hotel Rockefeller Dr. Martin here Labor day. The Rev. J.
meeting Wednesday. Sept. Luther King and Presi- H Jackson and presi-
church young workers. Sept. 10 at 7 0' clock. Jean Baker, 8297! Mon- pastor
Statler Hilton in Los Angeles, California in their
11 at 4:40 p. m.: in St. dent of the National Baptist Con

Now. let us put shoulderto Classes will be held crief Rd.; Joe Hall, 622W. Paul AME Church to prac- opening session were greeted by ths following Hew Bethel AME vention. USA Inc., officiated.
shoulder with theMe weekly on Tuesday and Professor Frye 63, was
tice for the re- .. ....... ... ... ..... j
s Council Con mm t tee Thursday night from 7 17th St. ; Mrs. Sarah songs persons: ... ....... Women Plan active in the music departments

of Flders C L James until 10 o' clock Mr. Roberts 1456 W. State St. dedication program of the Dr. John T. Givens of ship with presently 68 of Ebenezer Baptist church In

w K. Harper and L.N White said. Registration Jax Coliseum slated for Norfolk. Virginia who is chapters and over 2500 Pretty Hat Tea his early years and later in {
Olivet and with the National
Enlists Sept. 29th. Mrs. Irene
In I
Pearson Jr. to do our St. Paul Youth the National Executive members in the organiza
Baggs announced. Five group captains will Baptist Convention ,!
best to kindle a flame Secretary of the National tion. .
Born in Miss. he
Fayette ,
Air ForceFLOYD sponsor a Pretty Hat Tea
activity. from the Benefit ProgramA Satchmo Honored Medical Association.Miss Theta Chapter of N. Y. Sunday Sept. P from 4.6p.m. came to Chicago In 1927. Since ,

embers smouldering in the musicale in behalf ol .. Nina Harding who is and Gamma Chapter of in the lower audi- that time he had participated in
ashes of deRrair Piseu the Educational Baltimore. Maryland were numerous musicals and as a
Choir 1 of St. Paul AME During 50th fi YearIn repre torium of New Bethel AUF' soloist. He traveled extensivelyand
p 0' men of Gnd. The sentative of the Los the Chapters receiving
r' Church in behalf of the is widely known as an accomplished -
church for you doth wait. Church is being preparedfor Show BusinessLAS Angeles Chapter of the awards for securing the
., .. annual Women s Day ob- artist
: Beach Outing presentation Sunday, a' < NAACP substituting for largest number of new servance.Mrs. He operated Frye Music Publishing

VEGAS Nev. (AMP) Dr. Christopher Taylor members this year. co., and has published
District 9 of Abyssinia Sept. 8th in the church aggie Lee Aaron
When trumpetist Louis Ldbal President.Mrs. The Fastern Region had a number pf songs.
i I Baptist Church will sponsor auditorium. Leonard J. (Satchmo) Armstrong celebrated Gertrude Matson. the greatest number of will model hats from MayCohen's He is survived by his widow
an outing to New Ber- and Mrs. Beaulah Cordelia and a host of relatives
Roberts announced his 50th anniversary Chairman of the Negro Sorors in attendance at
lin Reach Friday night this McClellan. will serve as and friends.
'' ,in. show business Float for the Rose Bowl the conclave. Mrs. HildaG. ,....-
Pert. 6. Bus transportation week. Events get underwayat here last week he was Parade. Bryant of Nyack. New narrator. :( .
; leav -s the church Spons as are: Mrs.! B. W. .Y'':
4:30 surrounded A. Talbert who is York is the Eastern Regional '
p.m. by a group of Henry Seigler. Group 16. Mrs. :.:;r: ,"
t at 8 o'clock. ._ ;@
.. Director.Dr. .
-- Director
lovely girls including California regional Olive Donaldson. '
Group ;
movie starlet Zelma George of }t,r l.
Jane Rus- of the National .
22 Mrs. Willie Mae
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Our sell who Cleveland Ohio was voted
were appearingon Urban League.
j Jones Group 6; Mrs. Rl- ri
the same night club The national membership the national honorary I
The family of the late C. Parham Johnson, Sr. LEE KIRKLAND Jr. nora McBride Group 2R, v s
bill with him.Armstrong chairman, Mrs. Grace H. member of the National : 1
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a former student and Mrs Juanita Bailey, yF 1;, "
wish to express their sincere appreciation for Sorority of Phi Delta
F.dward Waters College cut a huge Racker of Hollis. New Group 2. s .
kind thoughts and deeds during the j anniversary cake and then York reported the pro- Kappa at the conclave.Dr. :
your very where he served as photo- The church is located at i,.
proceeded to blow up a of group member- George's name was w::7t; #
grapher during 1961-62 gress 2nd and Tyler Sts.: The
recent illness and horn ego ing of their loved one. I XI
recently enlisted in the storm" as part of the presented by Alpha pi s
is Invited.
We treasure your thoughts of us deeply in our merriment.'Pops'. Chapter of Cleveland Ohio public 3
Air Force and is taking Esso Employe H. f

hearts, and will always remember you as our basic training at Lack- was still ti,
special frl end.t land Air Force Base San bounding with energy and PromotionNEWAPK iE
......................... I II Antonio Texas. After showing no signs of Gets I Free Delivery Free Delivery :

Mrs. C. R. Muse, aunt of Jacksonville, Fla.. completion of basic slowing down or re- .,., I I SHEDDING SOME LIGHT

Mrs. Gwendolyn Shivers daughter of Detroit, Mich. training he will begin tiring.Jaxon .., I Ii

study in electronics. He .f ,. : SHUMAN OF OH ARCHIE WATTSArchie
C.P. Johnson, Jr. son of Los Angeles, Calif. M
I is the son of Floyd L. Heads.
P.M. Johnson brother of Waco Texas Kirkland Sr. 1270 W. :
a W. Watts drives Cab
- - - - 31st Street. i DUVAL INC.Building
Baptist DelegatesSt. and
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,'ry. he s been taking you and
Augustine Rev. Ottie : Material
1.. West, Director of Religious your friends to your business -

830 Cassal life Of Florida Memorial College and social
announced today that four The Best for Less

1844 W. Beaver students will attend the Annual ments in his New Deal Cab.

Baptist Student Movement 1x12 RED CEDAR . . .$.08 Yz PER FT. He' s proud of the friends
i iannm s enen Conference at Green Lake.Wis N.J. Charles 1x12 WHITE PINE SHELVING .$.12 PER FT.

rao consin. August 31-September 5. A. Thomas, who joined 2x10 SPRUCE . . . . $90 PER 1\1. I he' 8 made and the safety
The students are Jacob Chat- NO. 2 RED OAK FLOORING ....$145 PER M. :
nun of Jacksonville, who is Humble Oil and Refining NO. 1 RED OAK FLOORING .. .$185 PER M. I award pins his driving

President of the Baptist Student Company two years ago I SELECT RED OAK FLOORING $205 PER M. skills have earned him.

Union and Vice President of the following graduation from 'A" UNFINISHED KNOTTY PINE 4x8 .$13.95 .

National Baptist Student Union; Rutgers University has I %" UNFINISHED BIRCH..48 $13.95 Mr., Watta live at M4* W.

BIGGEST Beef Sale EVER Ruthenla Hemingway of Or- t %" AC "OUTSIDE" PLYWOOD .. 4x8 $3,95 EA.
22ad Street. He hoe Mea
been promoted to the fuel I
lando, honor student and President % AD "INSIDE" PLYWOOD 4x8 $8 20 EA.
of the Zeta Phi Beta Sor- oil marketing staff of :: NO. SELECT 6x8"WHITE PINE PAN. an Ordained Minister lor

ority;James Roberts of Stuart, the company's Eastern ;'r I $170 PERM.
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SHORT RIBS . VERY LEAN Per LB. honor student and Jacquelyn Fsso Region here. I 2" ROCKWOOL INSULATION 15 & 23 28 years aad is a Mutor

Hamilton of Tampa member of Humbles I $40 PER M. of the Friendly Baptist 1

CHUCK ROAST :.. .. . . . . . 'ERL.. 39c the Baptist Student Union. The Thomas roves to 3"ROCKWOOL INSULATION 15 &23
group win be accompanied by sales force from a postas $47 PERM. Church. Archie is alto a

The theme of the Conference company s Bayonne balk 215 LB. ROOFING ........:.. .$5.40 PER SQ. member of UoscBlc+ Fidelity

for Is "World. Word and Sac terminal. He started in 235 LB. ROOFING....... .... $8.29 PER SQ. Lodge 1251. He loves football -
Is Headquarters S rament." Small group discus 1961 a trainee at the 15 & 30 FELT .. ......... .$1.85 PER ROLL .
sions will deal with the pro- as I 95 LB. ROOFING . .........$2.70 PER SQ. and enjoys watealag
GRADE "A" FROZEN blems of American Culture, New Jersey marketing I ASBESTOS ROOFING ...... $14 PER SQ. .
MEATY Worship the Tradition of the headquarters in Eliza INSIDE WHITE & COLOR ..$2.90 PER GAL. it oo TV or" going to the

Free Church, and The Church beth. OUTSIDE WHITE 514 . $3.40 PER GAL. games rhea he h*. the
TURKEY NECI(5.-( .SAVE lOe u. I u, in Revolution Contest'District 3 FT. WROUGHT IRON CORNERS ... .$6.95 .
This Conference is sponsored Baby 8 FT. WROUGHT IRON FLATS ........ .$355TUB time. Daring )his school.

TURKEY LEGS 3 by the American Baptist Con I', j ENCLOSURES .... ....... ... $21.95 t
.. .SAVE *. LI. us. 9 of Abyssinia years he placed halfback I
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vention. About 650 delegates METAL LATHE .... ... ... $ .85 EA. 9
TURKEY WINGS. 3 representing virtually an of the Baptist ChtrJch will spon- MEDICINE CABINET No. 306 NO LITE .$5.50 which is probably the
. .SAVE ,? LB. LBS. States are expected to attend.Jacob sor a Baby Contest SUn- t MEDICINE CABINET No. 306 A With side utes
day night. fol- $17.83 reason he .has MOB alt !.-
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Ruthenia Sept. t

NO ONE. W. Mean NO ONE Undersells Premier Hemingway win serve as group lowing evening service. STAIRWAYS.. .. . .. .. . ..$13.45.j tereat la It. -

leaders. The public Is inritedHAMPTON 4x8 BATH TILE ALL COLORS$7.80 PER SHEET
FRYERS 2Sc j 6-0x68 GLASS SLIDING DOORS Put some light in jmr

LB. WITH SCREENS ...... ... $57.50
life-ask for Archie'
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SCREEN .... ... $67.50 and Cab 133 Day the very
for More Oitfftftftc I 3.Q28x88 $16 next time ynr dial

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Orhrt Friday Iwt Sundty Afternoon CEMENT ............. .... $1.25 PER BAG hour SuncSw ..".,.....
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Reversed Racial New Stanton Hosts Seminar Charleston Schools Publishers Cite

g: y VIM I ( alt 11 Ordered Integrated Kennedy, Weaver

Charleston S.C. (ANPA -- (ANP) --Attorney -
Problem CitedGreensboro Tederal judge last week ordered
General Robert F. Kennedy
14 Charleston public schools
and Federal Housing Administrator -
N.C. "We hada youngster responsibility if he } desegregated at the start of Robert C. Weaver
'Negro Problem', once I Is ever to become a member of the fall term Sept. 3. It wouldbe were both presented Ruaswurm
the first
know," said Woodrow Woody your team," he said, "even at integration of gradeand awards by the National News-
Hayes head football coach at the expense of his making high schools in the state. paper Publishers Associationlast
Ohio The decision was returned by
State University as he errors. week.
made the main address at the Other clinicians appearing Federal Judge Robert Martin, The two men were cited by
Tip-Off Dinner for the annual the program Included: Bob =a- who issued a permanent Injunc- the national association of
A&T College Coaching Clinic Davies former basketball tion barring the trustees of publishers of Negro newspapers

held recently at the college.He coach at Seton Hall; Joe Dean, school District 20 from oper- for their "outstanding achievement -
explained "That was in former bas c.tb&U star at u ating a segregated school sys- In making possible a

1959 when we had no Negroes Louisiana Stite University; 1 tem when classes commence richer conception of democratic -
next month.
on the team and we lost four Charles K'cCullough, head principle and as a tribute -
football games. I hope that we basketball coach West Mississippi is now the only for upholding those highest
will never again have a pro- Charlotte High School; David Southern state where public traditions known as the i
blem like that. Lash, head football coach, school Integration has not taken American Way of Life. '
Hayes who spent threedayshere Winston Salem N. c.,Carver place or been ordered by the The awards, named for John

as chief clinician in football high School and Bert Piggott courts. Russwurm, founder of the first
had high praise for the contribution head football coach and assistant educational Carolina first desegre- Negro newspaper In America,
the Negro athlete has Mel Gfoomes. and Cal gated facilities last are presented annually by the
made to the sports world and Irvin, head basketball coach,all winter when Harvy Gantt was association to men of outstanding -
said. "His advancement in this of the A&T College Aggies ; Clemson admitted without Incident to caliber and achievement.Both .
field has served to develop with- coaching staff. College. Two Negroes the Attorney General and
in me the highest confidence in Hornsby Howell head trainer tsfa are expected to enroll at the Weaver were selected as recipients -
of South
University Carolinanext
the value of sports" at A&T and Al Proctor, month. last Spring and the announcement -
The dinner session held on head trainer. State College of their selection
Martin ordered
Judge that the
Tuesday evening, drew a mixed Raleigh, N.C., teamed in a series 11 petitioners in the be was made during the annual
audience of more than ISO- of lectures and demon- case meeting of the newspaper publishers -
permitted to enter white schoolsnext
persons composed chiefly of strations on injury care and held in Detroit June
month. He also said thata
members of the Greensboro Aggie prevention. 2729.
plan for total
Boosters Club Ohio State desegregationof Since both Kennedy and
First West
the school district must be
University alumni and early arrivals are headquartered in
Into effect the
put at beginningof
the Washington the honor of
among participants In pre-
the school
the Clinic which began on the Coast lank :.- next year. senting th awards on behalfof
Because this fall's
following morning.The '.. school the asociation went to Dr.
Gets Charter _. term is so near. Judge Martin Carl
Clinic which opened on Murphy editor and publisher -
Wednesday, August 7, and con- -- (ANP) Starting Vt by said the he NAACP was denying that all a request of the Afro-American

tinued through Saturday,August Sept. I,the nation will have two In the district be allowed Negroes newspapers and chairman of the
10. drew a total registration of Negro girls giving weather reports enter white schools board and Howard Murphy tre-
106 college and high school on television, in what appears surer of the company.
coaches both white and be the first such twin The awards
Negro to PAN EL 1ST S--- were two of six
from six-states. Dr. WilliamM. development in the history of Cooperative itfyc.atipn council, Everett L. Groover, Detroiter Sells Russwurm awards presented to
Bell, AiT athletic directorand the Shown here are some of the major participantsin '
Industry.The supervisor of Businees and Cooperative Educationof outstanding personages at the
director of the Clinic, said new "weather girls" are the special area workshops conducted by tha Detroit annual meeting.
the attendance almost doubled Cecelia Ward, attractive 28- Rival County and T. E. Ingramrepresentative of $23,000 Prize HomeTo Russwurm who was a grad-
the first event held the year be- year old secretary who will Business and Cooperative Education teachers of uate of Bowdoin college in
the local Branch of the Florida State Industrial
fore.Besides start her assignment with Duval County held August 19-21 at New Stanton sen- Buy Store 1820 was believed to be the
strictly technical station WBKB-TV here on Sept. Commission.: first Negro to receive an
formation the chief clinicianshad 1, and Miss Trudy Haynes who ior High School.In Detroit (ANP) Nathaniel academic deiree.He .
much to say about the Importance began her weather reporting the group are Miss Lucylle J. Glymp DCT Dr. Rosenberg, Mr. Groover and Mr. Ingram served Wheeler, a worker at the Ford established the Freedom

of psychology in the over station WXYZ-TV, .Detroit, as consultants for the business and cooperative Motor company who won a $23. Journal 1827 producing 100
game and of the Importance of last week. Miss Haynes like Teacher-coordinator at Douglas Anderson; Dr. R. t 000 duplex home in a contest copies of the newspaper. Later
pleasing the fans. Miss Ward, Is both attractiveand education teaching personnel during their three j plans to sell the house and use he went to Liberia where he
Ed Jucker. head basketball talented. Robert Rosenberg author and 1 ecurer and authority day session. Miss Glymp and Mr. Davis helped to the money to purchase a store. became superintendent of
coach at the Miss who The house Is located In Novl, schools in that
University of Cincinnati Haynes formerly in the field of business education: Na- West African
who paid special emphasis hosted a* children's show on coordinate various aspects ot'tie workshop acti- Michigan an all-white area and nation and also established the
to defense in basketball, radio station WCHB Is seen thaniel L. Davis, chairman of the Business and vities. Wheeler had obviously con- Liberal Herald.

said the "run and shoot" gameis Monday through Friday over the sidered this In making his'decision After serving for 16 years as
getting to be less and less Detroit TV station. She gives First Weather Tots BurnTo J. to sell the house. governor of a colony at Cape
popular. "The fans." he said reports and comments on Navy Men, Receive Negro Heads "rm happy to get the moneyto Palmas he died in 186 L

"wish now to see a balanced weather condition.The Girls AppointedLos Death While Union Committee go into business but rather-
game in which good sound defense announcement of the appointment Good Conduct Medals sad to think that I would have Too Much Brass
Is an Important part." of Miss Ward who Angeles -- (ANPAp- Washington (ANP) Leo H. had problems if I decided to
Clarence Stasavlch. head formerly was secretary to Carl proval of the first charter fora Mothers Work Smith, Sr.. president of Local live In the house", he com- Gets Hemphain'
football coach at East Carolina Tubbs, WBKB's executive producer Negro bank in California was BarnwelL S.C., (ANP) Five Chicago -- College emphasized the Importance was announced lastweek granted last week to a Los cousins ranging in age from rists supporting the civil rights International Union of Electri- The duplex house Is com-
J of psychology In the ,I by Sterling C. (Red) Qulnlan.. Angeles group. one week to 23 months, burned, March on Washington havebeen cal. Radio and Machine Work- pletely furnished with wall-to- In TroubleMemphis
coach's relations with his play- the station's vice president and City Councilman Thomas. to death near here last week urged ,to drive with their'headlights es.. ,AFL-CIO, ,_ has been wall carpeting, a finished base-
ers. "You must give the general manager. Bradley one of the charter applicants while their mothers worked ina on all day August 28. appointed chairman of the IUE's ment television an all-electric -- (ANP)-- Police
said "one of the rea- near-by cotton field.A Timuel Black president of civil rights committee by James kitchen and several pieces of said James Lee Robertson 26.
sons for establishing this bankis Barnwell fire department the Negro American Labor B. Carey union president.In french provincial furniture. had a lot of brass--too much in
to give greater economic spokesman said the children Council chapter here and co- his new post Smith will Shortly after the announce- fact--and all of it stolen.
Auto Insurance stability to the Negro community were trapped in an old tenant chairman of the Chicago Marchon have the responsibility for coordination ment that he had won the house Detectives testified last week
and to help developemore house. He said they apparentlywere Washington Committee said -the IUE's nationwide Wheeler was offered $25,000for In City Court that Robertson admitted -
for all fully its resources." He ,left unattended. "I hope hundreds of thousands of efforts in the civil rights field. it by a wealthy white res- prying the lock off the
said It will be the first Negro- The dead were David Lee headlights will flash freedom He will serve under the IUE ident of the area. door of a Memphis Light Gas

referred rates for good drivers owned bank west of the Mis- Murray 23 months old, Jesse beacons on the day throughoutthe Civic Affairs Committee of Wheeler, a shy slender man & Water machine shop and taking -
sissippi.The Lee Murray, one year and nation. I know that citizens which Carey is chairman. Smith said that the money had not 20(\ pounds brass finings.
bank is scheduled to openIn Carrie Mae Murray,one month; in this way will demonstratetheir also will remain president of made a great many changes in Then said n* sold the brassto
'Special rates for uatocky drivers October at 27. but must first Bobbie Jean Murray 7 months concern for jobs and free- his local union.A his life. "But", he added"I Airways Iron & Metal Co.
meet state requirements of daughter of Mary Murray; and dom and hasten America toward graduate of Fayetteville have received a number of for $22. Mar de Rfesenberger.
raising $1,050.000 capitol and Wade James Murray one week, the achievement of equal opportunities State Teachers' College, he Is I calls from people offering to company manager, called poke -
SR-22 filings for Florida Law surplus. It will be called the "
( Bank of Finance. son of Elizabeth Murray. for Negroes. married and has two children. help me Invest my money." :.

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p.m. ture dealer and Mrs. Bernice mus
Martin Malbrue, title company iugtnu irig1th
4:00: p.m. On Saturdays escrow officer.A .
president has not been
named. Nivelle Beaubien has
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TALlAHASSEE FLORIDA NEWS.- B-CC's Prexy Cited Direction

'Florida A & M Announces Op.AMg Jackson Elected SOME CONCEPTS NEED CHANGING ;

} Dales for )1963 --:64:: Trimester Consistory Commander I had a chat with two youths sometime ago. W< .

r 1 TALLAHASSEE Florida A&M raiTersity will open thing about this experience which Impressed me

: for t 'the first trimester of the 1963-64 school year TALLAHASSEE-Distingulshed d. e most was their alertness to local aad world

on Monday September 2 with all dormitories to be Masonic leader George 0. y 111ni .LV.Ir problems. There was not the least Indication

opened at '2:00 p.a.on that date. Rev. M.G. Miles :y
that their
Jackson\.was elected Com- concepts were artificial. As will be
acting dean of students said new students will' begin w
expected, their opinions reflected differences of
an orientation period on Tuesday September 3. mander in Chief of J.0.
experiences tint, basically they were much in
Registration for returning students will be held
Rile Consistory No. 207 agreement on real Issues.
Thursday and Friday. September 5-6. while graduate
One of the subjects which they discussed that
of the 32nd Degree Masons
students will register Saturday. 7
September according -
lingers in jay mind was "slum areas" In the
to E.M. Thorpe director of admissions and during a meeting held :
j : city. One pointed out that she had observed so
records. I Is
,M I The complete calendar 28th-29th. midtrimesterexaminations. last week. many young and old in si urn areas wearing the most

of events for the first Mr. Jackson is Junior : expensive clothes, riding in the most expensive
. NOVEMBER--28th. Thanksgiving :
trimester follows: : automobiles, observing the latest televisions,
t Day (holiday) and Warden of Mt. Olive Lodge .
SEPTEMBER--2nd. 2:00 drinking the most expensive drinks and eating
29th 8 a.m. classes re-
No. 5 P.A.M. officer of
p.m. ,dormitories open most extravagantly But those same people live

t for all students; 3rd. sume.DECEMBER--llth last the Royal; Arch Knights of In houses that are not fit for the pigs to in-

8:00 a.m. admission habit. Their general accommodations are matches
day for students to make Templar a Past Potentialof
examination for new 4 for the houses.

students and 9:00 a. m. application for admission the Mystic; Shrine anda Many of us have seen duplications of this kind
to the second trimester;
faculty conference; 3rd- member of thd Knights of thing in many areas. This type of thing reveals -
14tb. Graduate
8th orientation period clearly the false image of reality in our
Examinations; 16th-20th of Pythias.
for freshmen and new minds. When we dare to spend our life work, the

students; 4th registration final examinations; 20th ,A retired state employe most valuable which we possess, it certainly reveals
5:00 Christmas ;
for freshmen and p.m. with 32 years of service, what we think is the basics of life. It may
holidays begin and all
new students; 5th-6th. be hard to think that there are those who place
grades due in the Officeof with the State Departmentof
registration for return- trifles as mentioned above, the greatest necessities -

tug students; 7th Admissions and Education, Mr. Jackson TRMBOLM MEMORIAL HONOREE--Dr. Richard V. Moore, above; left, resident, Be thune- of life but we see so many evidences which

registration for gradu- Re cords resides with his family; on Cookman College, Daytona; Beach, Pla.. and immediate past president of the reveal the regrettable facts. When we leave

I ate students; 9th first JFK Awarded/ Georgia St. He was a mem- these bad living conditions and go out speedingour
American Teachers Association, wes the recipient of the Coca-Cola-sponsored
meeting. of classes; 13th money on trifles, we are saying by such acts
ber of the first graduating -
; 10:30 a.m., opening convocation Higest Honors 1st annual H. Councill Trenholm Memorial, Award which honors the memory of the that we are through with preparing living conditions

;t 4 ; 16th. last Washington -- (ANP) --Pre- class of Lincoln late Montgomery, Ala., educator and long-time ATA leader and executive sec- and now we can go out and spend for luxury.
i to register "or sident and Mrs. John F. Ken- High School in 1928 and is
day of in this
retary. Seen with Dr.Moore, during ATA's recent 60th anniversary convention at Our image or concept being through
} fi rst trimester and nedy were named to receive active in Bethel AME case needs changing. It misrepresents reality
the highest honors of the Knightsof Dallas Texas are, from left, Dale Porter the Coca-Cola Company, Dallas
last day to add courses; I aa certain that many have already agreed with
t 17th28th. period for St. Peter Claver at the. Church activities wherehe George W. Jones ATA executive secretary, Montgomery, and Lee Ward regional
Catholic fraternal order's 48th the assertions above but what if we take it in

I filing application for annual convention recently held has served for a long office. The Coca-Cola Company, Dallas. Dr. Moore received $500-honoree another area? The area of Religion, for instance.

, December graduation. In The Indianapolis Ind. number of years.Duval stipend from the Coca-Cola Company, Atlanta Ga., ip addition to a beautiful Most of us agree.that religion is far reaching.
OCTOBER7th. 5:00: p.m. Caritas Del award was
, Its eternal values are unmatched. Its spiritual
:- last day to drop courses accepted by Indiana's Governor Favors plaque. The nationally known Florida religious leader, educator and college
4 Matthew E. Welsh In the name Qualities sustaining present life are far beyond
I without receiving failing of the President In recognitionof War With Cuba administrator donated his award-money to the ATA as the Initial contribution estimation. But do our time, talent, ef-

l grades; 19th. homecoming "outstanding leadership In Thirty-six per cent of towards a scholarship foundation launched by ATA in memory of Dr. Trenholm, forts, and money given for its cause testify to
\\1 and Alumni Day; human relations and heroic effort the 912 who answered the our assertion concerning religion? I fear that
for achievement of social poll on five national who was president-emeritus of Alabama State College at the time of his death
I Boogie Woogie Justice for, all many of us would become very uncomfortable is we
men every- to the
l where." issues answered no early this year.Cancer were to face concept in light of what the real
Pianist Starts "Should the -- --
The Jeanne it United States take delib- A/2 James E. Banks Hire
received Mrs. Welsh for the Rate
I Learning Classics by homes, drink and eat extravagantly and
First Lady at the White House. erate steps to free Cuba
a MINNEAPOLISANP- The awards were presentedat including going to war Shows Gets Top Award Negro ClerksEast use other luxury, and worship in a delapidated I
I eran boogie woogie pianist the convention banquet at if necessar't" ROBINS AFB, 0s*. Air- church, that is poorly supported, our concepts :.

\ Meade Lux Lewis on a which a $25,000 check was given "1 believe this vote on In Florida man Second Class James E. St. Louis, ID. (ANP) of reality should be changed. We have the wrong

r to Cardinal LaureanRugambwa Lanier Negro leaders scored a"majorbreakthrough" is poorly supported concepts of reality
visit here last week the pressing issue of of Jacksonville our
J Bishop of Bukoba Tanganyika Death from cancer in an agreement on
disclosed that after 20 Cuba only 90 miles from Fla. has been awardedthe should be changed. We have the wrong picture i n
who Indicated that the money Florida in the past decade hiring with East St.Louis banks
,years he has decided to would be used to help build. Florida. Bennett a has been second to Air Force Logistics and savings and loan assoc- our minds of what is real. This assertion can be

I take classical music les- a Cathedral In his East Afri- member of the powerful Command Academic Achieve- iations. carried in the areas of economics, politics aDd
heart disease-the state'sleading
sons with, an instructor can See. House Armed Services Com- ment Award at ceremonieshere. James Peake.anNAACPfie1d education.It .
I Another award that was madeto mittee; sail' "is highly killer-but the secretary said that demonstrators -
in Los Angles his home- is very clear that people need to be con- .
the cancer rate has been increasing few and
Cardinal during the con- would rest a days
significant of the feelingof Airman Lanier. a per- and
town. verted to Truth before they can reccgnize
vention aUretimemember- faster discrimination
was at a then move against alleged {I
I Lewiswhose piano playing ship In the NAACP,making lm a great majority; of pace the State Board of sonnel specialist was In employment by follow it in all areas of life.

I accentuating heavy the third Cardinal so honored. our citizens. While the Health says. selected for the award in supermarkets the Illinois Banks Plan To .Employ 1

) left hand boodie sounds Cardinal Rugambwa. the first prospect of war is terribly Dr. J. E. Fulghum. director recognition of his par Power Co. or Southwest Bell

; is a throw back to' the native African to be made a awesome it is of the b6ard ", ticipation in the United Telephone Co. leaders were -More NegroesCHICAGO i
, '' Prince of the Roman Catholic obvious from the poll States Air Force educa- undecided which would be the
"old days" of Jazz,
Division of Chronic Diseases
Church In modem history now next target he said. financial Institutions which for
he's always loved that a majority want to tion program. He was (ANP--In a development I
says joins the honored fish with said that for the The settlement with four described by the executive one reason or another have employed '
basic awarded
t. classics but was embar- Cardinal Francis Spellman. protect our rightof 1952-1962 period cancer $33 for receiving banks and four savings and director of the Chicago few n -wldtes will now
:" rassed when people would Archbishop of New Yorkand freedom for all indi- a grade of "A" loan associations reached after (
deaths rose 110 per cent i Urban League as "a major adopt new hiring and promotion
ask him to play some.'Ihey Cardinal Richard Cushing viduals." (from 4.195 in 1952 to in mathematics while attending a two-hour meeting is "justone breakthrough" for Negroes in policies for every level of em-

show me the musicman Archbishop of Boston. Response to the other 8.814 in 1962) comparedwith Fort ValleyGa. step In a long campaign ]bank employment the five ployment." I

and, man. it looks La. Masons Give four questions in the 99 per cent gain in ( .) state College. East against St. job Louis.discrimination" Peake declared In- i largest banks in the city em- Berry said the banks agreedto

like Chinese to me, poll showed 62.3% againsta heart disease deaths The ,airman is the son of ploying 1 some 26,000 persons hire Negroes on all levels

Lewis said in his jiwy. 46 College AwardsNEW general tax reduction (9. m to 10.016). Mr. and Mrs. James L. Rex Carr a lawyer and ,of and$10.4 with billion resources last in week excess from page girls to management

haughty manner. combined with a deficitin Lanier of 3442 N. Japonica spokesman for the financial Institutions a- trainees. He explained there'never
ORLEANS (ANP)-- During the same period. greed to hire Negroes at all has been
Lewis 58. also indicated Prince Hall Masons of Louis- the budget; 70.1% for Dr. Fulghum said the Road. Jacksonville announced the hiring levels of employment.The agement trainee a at Negro man-

that he is a lover of iana were Informed last week the nuclear test ban death rate for cancer and is a graduate agreement after a meeting at announcement was made (downtown)" bank a major"Loop until

progressive jazz.He said: that 46 boys and girls would treaty; now before the rose 19 per cent against of Northwestern Junior- city HalL jointly by Edwin C. Berry the
Under the 20 Negroes -
"I don't like this attend college this year as a Senate; 60. 1% against an only an 11 per cent rate Senior High School. He will be agreement.hired In clerical
progressive stuff. I call result of their scholarship fund. increased social securitytax increase in heart dis- also has attended the U. the banks and banks. sents a cooperative venture
jobs at
The Prince Hall Grand Lodgeof savings The banks Involved all of between the Urban
em one-hand pianist. to provide medicalcare of Maryland overseas extension League sad
deaths. He said as soon as they can
which ease which have
John G. Lewis. Jr.. now some Negro the banks.
Their right hand is rais- for the aged and
while at Itazuke be screened. Seven will be
Is grand master Is celebrating males of both races con- employees are the First The will
in' hell hut the left League provide qualified
58.61 against segregating AB. Japan. given full-time positions 1m-
this year Its 100th anniversary tributed most to the j National Bank of Chicago; Con- Negro applicants for all
hand is doin' nothing. as .a gland lodge public schools by sex. rising cancer rate with Airman Lanier is being mediately. The others will be tinental Illinois National Bank levels of employment while the

I "About 30% 0 f those the white male rate up reassiigned to Libya hired basis and on a will pan-time receive trainee ,and Trust Company of Chicago; banks will furnish the league

'TALLAHASSEE BOYS WANTED citizens polled 'Ben-- 28 per cent 18 per cent North Africa in jobs as vacancies occur.regular t American National Bank and with specifications for Jobs it

nett said "answered the for nonwhltes.-primarily Se pt ember. The trainees will work a min- Trust Company of Chicago; wants filled.In .

Yon Earn Cash Sell; The FLORIDA STAR questionnaire and this due to the rapid increasein Earths Kilt Files tmum of 12 hours a week and Harris',and Northern Trust and Trust Savings Company.Bank, employment line with this phase of
is highly gratifying. The receive of at least $20 Berry announced -
rate of cancer of the pay said the
Berry development
Apply 2017 'Owen or pkene 222-3025 news media of .the county; respiratory system. Suit For Divorce a week Carr said. No jobs ."represents" a fine example and ]i that a "Talent the League BaA"U'establishing hereto
have been created and
helped to publicize the 'On the other no precedent for financial in- find
hand. qualified Negroes for
Santa Monica Calif. -(ANP) present employes will be laid.
---- - -- poll and I am gratefulfor he said 'females of the a tdtutions: throughout the Midj ikllledjobs.
Charging extreme cruelty sin- off
or discharged to cause: vacancies "
their Interest. Also two races revealed a dif- ger Eartha Kits last week filed be said. west. adding: At present, the number of
"It is our hope that banks .
the advice and for divorce here from her white i Negroes employed by Chicago
II encouragement ferent picture. White The seven Negroes to receive j Insurance
I from those husband: William McDonald in full-time jobs companies savings ]banks Is exceedingly !w.
who answered females showed only a 10 immediately are and loan associations and other
the poll is deeply per cent rate Increase the wake of thd r separation re- to be hired within 60 days.

:.. appreciated." while there was a drop of cently.The Impending divorce of the

Some typical comments on 6 per cent among nonwhite entertainer and )McDonald a r-----------------------I

the questions: 'I f we females. real estate man reportedly I

II don't (go to war) we may. 'Some of the increased stems from disagreement over I KUZZIN'S MUSIC BOX

not be here long."- "Cut death rate especially the rearing of their 21-month- : YOUR RECORD HEADQUARTERS I II
old daughter, Kin.
money spent overseas. among whites is the result
I 327 North Macomb Street
Following the disclosure of
II "There should be
a com- of a higher percentage II
their Miss
plete chance in Incometax of the 1962 separation Kin a BLUES POP JAZZ "
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setup. 'For test in older age groups which with the Katherine Dunham

ban if we can trust Rus have a higher risk of dancers sought to squashed rumors I 45s LPs I

sians." "I don't believe that she and her husband
dying of
cancer. However '.
in socialized med- were heading toward divorce. I Join KUZZIN'S FAN CLUB! ,
The Iii TkM On WRFI even after adjusting the I
It was reported recently
icine. "If
we are 1952 and IQ62 rates for sal 424.4M6a.
forced to integrate do : !had moved out of I
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it by sex." This card composition there is an national
magazine. Jet
survey is a good Idea. 11 per cent risa for white quoted Miss Kin as saying that

JFK Auftodzes males and a 27 per cent McDonald: was Intolerable to
rise for nonwhite ales; live with becouse of his extreme

Nursing Hone and decline of 5 per cent jeolousy. ,

for white females. 3 per The McDonalds were married Phi 224-6032 h i
Care For Vets cent decline for nonwhite In I960 In a muchpublicizedwedding.

The Veterans Administration females." GUARANTEES to read your ENTIRE LIFE -put, present mad fat...

1418It I [She asks no questions, but WILL TELL yon what yon Rat te aaev,
Regional Office has i He said that in 1952 and
giving dates and facts or business love health sad Zanily
Info rood that the i in 1962. cancer of the Shoe
President affairs. Tells you whoa you will MARRY aad whea. If tae one
Y..r has authorized! digestive system was the
---a--- the Veterans Admlnistra- leading cause of death I yon love is true, and what to do to be successful. fill usitei

i the separated locate absent friends and relatives, cause happiness -
tlon to but
activate and that the rate for Clerk Upgraded
1- operate facilities and 1 digestive system cancer s between MAN and WIFE. Make up lover's qaarrels. Tells

beds to Increased if sickness or bad luck in natural enemies, evil laflaeeee sad
care for 2000 on 12 cent
per OBnhmna dry (ANP)) --
Tau bad luck. Does not tell to please BUT will tell the trata. Owe visit
nursing home type) t while the rate for cancer Miss Betty June Perry has been yon you
anof will' for disappointment in all others. I not only read life
patients. the respiratory system promoted to. file clerk in the repay yon year

FltKUZZIN'S The Japed 72 per cent. He downtown story of licsagcmery like an open book, but I also help yon out of your troubles. M+ttaa sad.

authorization was said cancer of the lung Ward Company..This Is the first divine healer. $
reported today by John S. of her has
that, one race
bronchus and trachea represent dry COS AND SEE why you are so unhappy, why everything seeas top w*..,. fay be
GOSPELAIRESKUZZIN'S Gleason. Jr. Administrator won such a promotion there.
of Veterans Affairs 94 per cent of Betty has been la the employ sad and downhearted, sick and worried when you can be helped sad everything

who said the 200 nursiDehome respiratory cancer deaths. of the store for*the put three Bade. clear by consulting 'THIS GIFTED ADVISER.EY3YONZ .

Dr. Fulgbum said "The years as elevator operator.: welcoae. NO MAIL ANSWERED. I Bake no house to house calls fee will

JAZZARAMA beds would be ope- most substantial death While working at the job of car sacred and ooafidemttal.llsdam .
rated in addition to the prove that you obtain your desires. Everything
1 the elevator she
rises operating
recorded for Bales Tina is licensed by the State and County. Located permanently ia mon
125. 000 hospital beds of both tttrrvfy! HUPs TTTT! school
KUZZIN'S KABARET now authorized within the 1 races were An where she studied rypiag and filIng -- home for many years at 2902 S. Monroe St. in Tallahassee, Fla. Open

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Second Negro Fighting Career 0 e 'Complete Summer Project l12 .! I

; -r' POLICE. 0 YeirsGhrM

Visits North PoleBALTIMOREMeAn Convinced Boxer ,
.f .' : o.ri
<1'1.- .+" "': DOCKET
(ANP) Former heavy, "';: !I. Mm's Dttth
explorer who is more at ,( 'St ._ PAIR JAILED ',.

home at the North Pol ethan Patterson weight champion announced Floyd here r I' k3 FOR FIGHTING:: Zggxf t4. criminal Court Jury
s < e "\ (
eV .d local woman guilty
In his native city last week that letter- f ;{
Police !i
reported .p : 3t second degree murderIn
of Baltimore is on his writing fans have con- .. .
Jimmy Lee
t Flowden 19. the May 8 stabbing of
vinced him to continue
way there again. of 717 Jackson St. was a man and the defendant
boxing--instead of retiringand ::
This is his 19th trip make one in the home of George was sentenced Tuesday, to

Richard Telfair, 22. _of 20 years in the state
to the frozen north last try at regainingthe I RLEI 'IT
1 title. 723 Jackson St. refuted:. prison by Judge Haas Q.JFanzler. .

since he became the sec- to leave, thus resultt&V .
Floyd, who had pondered V*r'.
ond' Negro to visit the "in a fight betweenpair. tbi3, : According to the pros
retirement after bib
b ." ecutor Asst. Ooaaty So-
North Polethus carrying second first-round % Flowden .
z Q' was on tt)i&
out a vow he* made when knockout by champion s left shoulder. Both den"

Sonny Liston at Las < ; were charged with fightIng .
he waS six years old and said he :
Vegas. July 22. j 1 and Jailed.

heard the story; of Mat- has been receiving an 4 Patrolmen F.C Aberna-

thew,Benson the first average of from 90 to thy and w. P. Geiger in- Il'--

100 letters a day since vestigated.
Negro to reach
the geographical -
that fight.He . .. .
extremity. said the over-

Herbert.. Frisby who whelming majority of his
pen fans urged him to / VICTIM UNABLE TO

has become a widely continue his ring ca- IDENTIFY ATTACKER ERNESTINE HALL JORDAN

,, Found Guilty. .
known ,student of Eskimo reer. 'The people who Ri
wrote those letters have Richard Long. 40. of
culture said '
the primary 1717 W. 29th St. told licltor Major B. Harding
wonderful to
been me---- .
purpose of this trip is given me new hope. c. L.i police he was cut in the' testimony revealed that

to study the Eskimo Re- Floyd said. .- stomach last Saturday the defendant. Ernestine
Hall Jordan 35, of 1802W.
His decision to con during an argument in
habilitation Center maintained -.,. the Pelican Bar. 45th St. intervenedin
tinue boxing was announced ..
by the Canadian ... '" : Long stwted he had been an argument between C.
as he began FINAL SESSION OF THE SUMMER Organized during their arizing them on what to expect at college by offer drinking and was unableto J. Hall. 3<\ of 1527 W.
here for a
Government at Frobshier training pos-
ing timely tips while striving to help them achieve 45th Ft. and Doris Fliz-
sible Nov. 15 fight. Junior year at New Stanton High.tte Les Onze Cherie give a description of
Bay, Baffin. I&l and.
his assailant. He said
success. Members shown are their colleges they are
which has been meeting regularly each and
He will make side trips Crash ClaimsJet he went home and was
attending follow: Seated for left Carol Black
: -
I I to Goose Bay and Green has kept In close contact with one another as Pen \ then taken to Duval

land to deliver some Pilot Pals while attending their respective alma maters, man. Karen Buggs. Yvonne Hicks juniors at Florida Medical Center by Willie

A& M Standing: Donna Alexander hostess, Junior B. McCllnton.a neighbor.
; ,
special presents to Eskimos closed their meetings until the
ensuing holiday _
Ariz. -- (ANP) -- The news Patrolmen M.L. Massey

in those areas. reached them with stunning suddenness season. The group banding into a social-civic Hampton Institute; Jo-Ann Kennerly, Junior at and w.H. Harris Investi-

I and force. Their hero Fisk U. ; Kathleen Crockett Betbune-Cooknan Junior; gated.
The gifts; include rusty was dead! organization render service to other college-

. Hero to Mrs.BetteTipton and Wilma Small Fla. A & M junior and Gwen Geiger, .. . . .
nails ,for the men, to be bound girls by .holding. informal meetings,, famili r_
her four children was her Air -
junior University of Miami.
used ;,4& making artifacts Force Jet pilot husband, Capt. SHOT WHILE WITNESSING
Emeal Tlpton. whose body Is
I ;" bubble gum and returned here for burial GANG FIGHT
being Rights OpenedWashington Before After The Big Broadcast
balloons for the children Capt. Tlpton a veteran of 11 C.J. HALL
years In the Air Force was kil- Frnest Jones, 20, of .Body Pound
and cigarettes for led In the crast of an F-1Q6- Office 1312 Tyler St. told police -

D Jet fighter In Germany on Aug. t.s he was in the park abeth Sumpter 31, sane
the women.
14, while with the 36th WASHINGTON (ANP) address.
This-last gift seemedto serving x at 4th and Jefferson
: Tactical Fighter Wing com- The Leadership Conference when a group of boys Hall was stabbed in the
indicate some recon- mand. on Civil Rights, a body started fighting. heart by the defendantand

dite taboo on the part At first there was uncertainty representing some 60 his body was found
as to the Identity of the pilot. He said some one fireda
organizationsand later police at 45th
of the Eskimo men concerning But then the" Air Force posi- small calibre I'Ilstol'with
headed by Roy Wilkins -' St. and Dodge Rd. reports -
tively Identified the victim as t the bullet
t the. ,.use of to-, Capt. EmeaL....The .news cameas of the NAACP has stated.
Jones in the upper arm.
bacco. shock his wife opened offices in the
a to a -
Jones said he vent home Players Protest
**. ai htejcl.jandjj3iree spas, with nation's capital / 'to
When asked about I Vs and told his mother
whom he had hoped to cele- work for passage of the Cancels Grid i GameNew
about the incident and
brate his 12th In the
Frisby replied 0h, no, year strongest possible civil
ice In November, she took him to Puval YorkANP) -- The
\ just the opposite. The A native of Birmingham rights legislation by Medical Center for Insistence of four Negro players

men Ala., the Tiptons had.made their this session of Con- treatment. on the complete desegregated
,t cigarettes so home here, where Capt. Tipton gress. Homicide net. : seating led to the cancellation

much that they won'tgive was a member of Tabernacle Wilkins announced the Rgts.J11t" of an exhibition game betweenthe
Baptist church. C. Barber and F.A. rrub- Oakland Raiders and the New

the women any; so He was the son of Mr. and opening of the office er investigated. York Jets In Ladd Memorial

i I.thought I should give Mrs. .Henry J. Tipton.who also which Is located at 704 . *,* >i Stadium here last week.
reside here. 17th St. N.W., Room 314. ;/ ': The Negro players holding out

the ones I can take to Tipton attended Parker High The telephone number is -" CLAIMS LOFS against segregated seating arrangements -
a $300 WHILF ELFEPINC were Art Powell
school In Birmingham and 783-8032. ,
the ladies. Tuskegee institute also in Ala- .& Willie Powell 30.o Fred Williamson, Clem Daniels
Of courte':: ,be admitted new opera- and Bo Robertson, all of the
1973 Leonard
tion is Arnold Aronson, '..;. Raiders team. There are also
I'll probably have to bama.NAACP To Train who is secretary of the -- ported he met a wontnam eight Negro players on the Jets

, give the men some too, Leadership Conference : cH Ann Parker Tuesday<: team but their position on the

in return for favors. 100 Rights LawyersNEW which has been in exis- S- 5 at a First and Plodst!:. .,Issue was not disclosed.
The four refused to play
; Bar and they went tiiA10'14 -
tence since 1949, and
It's a great way to get end unless seating In the stadium
YORK (ANP)--Julius which serves as a vehicle Franklin St. was Integrated. But the Mobile

cooperation.' LeVonne Chambers last week for coordinatingthe .,v t had a party, police re' sponsors of the game said dds

Returning to a has become the first legal Intern efforts of partici- ported.Powell. ?. "was lmpogaiblf| _
more of the NAACP Legal De- said he beoa0-
pating organizations in IONNNIE'S MOTEL
serious vein fense and Educational Fund
Frisby began intoxicated and'Hell
Inc., according to Jack greenberg obtaining federal legis- FREE TV IN EVHIY!: ROOM
to talk of his boy director-counsel of the lative and executive ac- } Y : t '. asleep and when he wokq' I 74154! W. Ashley-JaxFla.
f ,
Fund. +e -i up, his money tota)I0 : ,
hood hero Matthew Benson tion in the field of 1 For Reservations, Call
Greenberg said the fund will civil rights. 5; 455 R Ir $300 was gone.'t r' 1L 5-4025
the man who accompanied train selected young attorneysIn
All the major Negro
civil rights law. In turn .47' .I'
Admiral Perry on his they will eventually set up organizations as well as p44* BUY HER PAY HERE

t trip of discovery; to the practices In parts of the South many major religious, -

North Pole. He related needed.where civil rights lawyers are labor and fraternal DIGGIN'' HAPPENINGS AT EDGE WOOD LOUNGE---Jax' foremost rendezvous of relaxing !1 WE FINANCE.OUR OWN* CARS

I: -that 'much of his life The Fund whlcn Is currently groups office.are supportingthe pleasure and top nightly entertainment-the New Edge wood Lounge--has brought 1 1' Immediate DeliveryNo

}t defending 7,500 demonstratorsIn .forth praises not only from local citizens but visitors from all sections of 1 No Carrying Charge
has Conference members have Interest
been spent in getting 125 civil rights actions win
proper recognition have 17 full time attorneysby agreed Informally to take the nation. In photo (left), 'old pro* .Adrian (Ken) Knight right and Young I

for Benson. work fall.with These the Fund's will continue networkof to outlined the following in positions a report Pro' Manager Hugh Wilson engage in tense moments discussion prior to The Big iSpence Auto Sale!

This work culminated 100 cooperating attorneys written by Joseph L. Broadcast. Photo right: now that the broadcast has been successfully completed !
throughout the South. 0 41k 6 VAIN STREET
when Frisby presided at Pauh, Jr. of Washington Manager Wilson, Hostess Hattie Devoe and Ken smile in relaxed satisfaction. i

ceremonies in Anapolisin attorney.To Bottom pix: large crowd of attendees await another set of Organist Gene White 1 OPEII.J SUNDAYS. .

Mayor Leads urge Congress to and combo's lilting dance tunes. (photos by Walter Wright) : .IY..IY .e'
1961. when a plaquein base the bill forbidding ,

I honor of Henson was discrimination in places Rights LeaderDu Picket Michigan

Bias Fight of public accommodationsas

f placed in. the State much on the 14th Bois Dies National Bank

House. MIDDLETOWN. N. J. (ANP) Amendment as on the Com- ACCRA Chana---Dr. Wil- HATS
.. Earl Moody Middle- Flint(ANF-Twemy-fiveslgn
--Mayor liam E. DuBois, 96. one
Clause of the Con-
Frisby said his interestin merce carrying hymn singing demonstrators -
town Township, last weekurged of the early civil rights
elected officials and candidatesfor stitution; To ask that marched In front of
the Far North began leaders in the United
office to take the lead In if Congress exempts cer- Michigan National Bank last
in the sixth.grade men combatting discrimination In tain businesses from the States died here Tuesday. week charging the bank with "Where You Get 16-Or. to the Pouna"

a geography teacher re- Monmouth County. ban on discrimination. night. discrimination against hiring 1780 WEST BEAVER STREET TURN
The Mayor said that he will such exceptions be based A founder of the American Negroes. VIADUCT LEFT

marked.that Matthew Henson send to each governing bodya the of privacy Negro Academy and one of Richard Tray lor.president of BACK AGAIN BY YOUR REQUESTARMOUR
sample resolution urging an on right the Flint branch of the NAACP
the original organizers
was the first Negro end to discrimination In what- rather than on the -small said the marchers were asking BOLOGNA .3-Ibs.

to' reach the North Pole. ever form. size of the enterprise. of the Niagra movement that "10 Negroes be hired by ARMOUR SAUSAGE .3-lb
which later becamea the bank within.90 days." ARMOUR WIENERS .J-IIK. Your C SALE

IMPENDENT OIL I CO. force resulting in the Bank senior vice president TASTY NECK BONES 10-lbs.
Birmingham Setks forming of National As- Fred A. Lavery said the policyof SWEET PIG FEET .10-lb
KEROSENE HOME DELIVER sociation for the Advancement the bank was to 'hire the LEAN HOG MAWS .10-lbs.

MECHANIC ON DUTY Schools Closing of Colored people best-qualified person regard- TASTY BEEF TRIPE .IO-IW .IP,9 9
Ik? Joseph ------------------- Proprietor DuBois, who had resided less of race" He told NAACP WHITE FAT BACK ....9-lba.

State and Jefferson Streets E1'6-9432 representatives that ".becausof PIGTAILS . .. .. .7-lbt. FOLLOW THE
Birntin lham. Ala. (ANPO here since 1960 was working Installation of electronic OXTAILS . .... .5-1bs. CROWDS IS

IHFEEUL SINIIIES A proposal to close public on an unfinished encyclopedia bookkeeping equipment ther TURKEY LEGS . .- Mbt.
schools here in the face of of African have been few new job openingsat TURKEY WINGS .. .3- &.. SUPERIOR MEATS

Patent Medicines Cosmetics desegregation Sept. 4 was made lore at the time of his the bank during the last HAM HOCKS 7-lbt.

All Leading Preparations here last week to the dry school death. Early this year year" Michigan National recently OPEN SUNDAYS ALL DAYIP
board. The board took Im- opened a new branch
he became
Cor. BROAD AND ASHLEY EL-4-2159 a naturalized
I mediate action. ; citizen bank In the downtown area.
I i of Ghana.
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Ga. Schools

'Murchve .
v Its Schools
solemn formal state funeral was } C to retain local control '
given brilliant American f'
rather than be
scholar Dr. W. E. B. DuBois '
placed under de-
K RY 11e
who died here earlier In the
I week at the age of 95. segration orders, the I
i Dr. DuBois was given a state Glynn County school board ,
funeral at Chrlstlansborg Cas- appealed Tuesday to Gov.
tle here now known as Govern- Carl Sanders to provide !
ment House. He was buried Just legal aid countering an ,
outside the Castle. s order which blocked
I President Kwame Nkrumah, r
P{ limited school segregation -
his cabinet members of par- r.i
liament, and state officials Join- here.
ed In the ceremony. A national Tuesday's action saw
1 state of mourning was declared Federal Judge Frank Scar-
since Dr. DuBois had renouncedhis lett of Brunswick issue a

American citizenship and temporary order enjoining
; become a citizen of Ghana. i *.4
board from desegregating -
William Edward Burghardt
DuBois was founder of the Pan- Glynn Academy
African on S petition from a group
and of -
Congresses one FASHION EVENT-Youngsters who served as noceis in
the Incorporators of the Chandra Gibson Linda Roods Patricia Washington, Mesdames Bloneva D. Moss, Rowena Lur.pkin, Ferecita of seven white studentsand
National Association for the the 'Back To School Fashion Show sponsored by five parents.

Advancement of Colored People the Sacred Heart Guild of the Sacred Heart Ameri- Andre Wilcox Mrs. Rettye Gibson Mrs. Jacquelyn Jones, Lolita Dean Doris Cooper Doris Dennard, The school board had accepted -
(NAACP). Anthony. Third row: Janet Woods, Joy Matthews, Pauline six Negroes under
A advocate of civil Huger. Back row: EVa Dell
longtime can Catholic Church are seen here. In the firstrow
Sheldon Anderson, Wanda Morris Anderson. unit's voluntary de-
rights for Negroes In the United Wilcox, Rose
Farguharson Millis
States, he was author of from left are: Charles Wilcox, Pamela Gibson, Thomas. lriam segrating plan for the 11

works about Negroes. He many was Gail Woods Stephanie Anderson, Duane Farguharson GUESTS-Some of the many guest who were in attendance Johnson, Gwendolyn Fernandez, Elene Matthews th and 12th grades becoming -

editor-in-chief of the En- at the display. 'Back To School' clothingare and George Cboper. the first in Georgiaand
cyclopedia Afrlcana. Jill Jatthews. Michael Wilcox Sharon Woods and one of the first in
seen here. In the front row. from left are:
A former American
citizen Kenny Washington.Second row: Miss Rose Farguharson (STAR PHOTOS BY AL CRAWURD the deep South to do so.
Dr. DuBois was born in Great
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Barrington Mass. Feb. 23, --
1868 just five years after the Pre Planning Session Witnessed Bombing Rights Movement Endorsed
signing of the Emancipation
Proclamation by Abraham Lin aR BIRMINGHAM ALA. --
SxP" 't
coln. He had lived in Ghana the 5irw .,\';.", ( ANP) -- A Birminghamman
: last few years a/jd recently ..<'V ,
.""" who said he witnessed
became a citizen of Ghana. L41a S
.., the bombing of a minis- 5r
Dr. DuBois' death was announced : : .
"with deep regret"in a .;;.,, ,t er' s home May 11 has
a government statement. : been indictedLby a R
Meanwhile Ghanaian pickets : Federal grand Jury.
demonstrated In front of the U.S. He is Roosevelt Tatum. i l
Embassy here In sympathy of
The acted
Jury on a
the Washington March for Civil
Federal statue making it y
Rights.Youth, -t
unlawful to give false !
Refutes Information to Federal T !

Being Shot agents. A J'" ,
I Federal attorney Macon'Weaver r ,
By NegroAtlanta
said last week / .
--ANP--A 16 year >. that falsely informed t" _-:
old white boy admitted last week Justice Department of- A ".
he made up a story about being a ficials that two policemen tJ '
shot and wounded : .J
by an unidentified had set off the : .
Negro as he played
beside blast at the home of the t ;
a lake in West View
Cemetery, police said. Rev. A. D. King brother AFRICAN PRELATE HELPS (AMERICAN) FREEDOM--Roman Catholicism's first Negro cardinal
Detectives McCoilister F of Martin Luther
Harry 'i Dr. Lauriar. Cardinal Rugambwa of Tanganyika, knows well the meaning of freedom -
and G.E.: tferriman said ._ 't. King.
the youth told them he had been -. : Tatum since has said and showr his support of America's 'Fight for Freedom by enrolling as a

target practicing with two com- NEt FACULTY MEMBERS at Gibbs Junior College in St. Petersburg Florida chat that his account not
panions and one was ]Life member in the NAACP. Cardinal. Rugambwa receives his' Life. sIbership. : .
; accidentally prior to the opening of the college's seventh term. The new facutly members false and that he had !- -f *-- :
fired 'the' 22-caliber rifle ,I plaque from Henry Richardson Jr. member of the .Indianapolis NAACP branch, as
wounding himDetectives shorn are; from left: Charles J. White of Tampa health and physical education another witness to the
Indiana Governor and Mrs. Matthew E. Welsh look on.
said the youth told instructor; Miss Betty Hindsman of Villa Rica Georgia French instructor; incident.

them he panicked after being Mrs. Helen McKinnon Wright of DeFuniak Springs, English instructor; Edward

wounded and at first reportedthat Hayes Tampa Guidance. Counselor; and Mrs. Ernestine Fears Hawkins Detroit, .
he was playing beside a lake EARNING and LEARNING.
at West View Cemetery when he Michigan, speech correctionist. Standing is William Love, Florida State University :
noticed a Negro standing nearbyand
a shot was fired. graduate hired to teach physics.' Love is one of several white memberson

The two companions also will
the Colleges instructional staff.
be questioned detectives re- -- (GJC photo by Leo Ballard) Boys & Girls Can Make Money

They said the Injured youth WATCH THIS CLOWN
had been released from the WEST COAST SPORTLIGHTLOS t-

hospital and when interviewedat RNwiflf into noaey 1 1 ,
his home told them the new ANGELES-ANP--Tbe Los Angeles Angels .

version,of the incident. (IS" PAGI 11). ) shipped classy fielding Charley Dees off Hundreds of Florida Star Newsboys ': '. 'ft: \ .

to Hawaii and added Jim Piersall to the
roster to help lure more fans into Chavez Are t .
EARNING from $1. :
to $1O.OO Week
STO pFAll/NOHOW ? .Piersall was batting exactly .194 s : "

for the New York Mets when he reportedto And LEARNING to do business. : .: .
HAIRuSE.Sstkers the Angels..Lee Thomas, the man Deed

literally ran off first base was hittinga YOUNGSTERS! i If you are smart and '!YqS i

.Q' puny .299 when the Piersall deal was : ,

: made..Joe Koppe was hitting a robust want to earn your own money 1 \' ,'

.210 and Bob Sadowski had a .253 going for .
"SAVE IT"\ him..Dazzling Dees, who himself had drawn this is the way to do it. iE 1/

fans for the Angels, was batting .280, '
when he was shipped off. Charley also had PARENTS! Your child may not I

"SAVE-iT" Is Esther's new formula. for men and led the club in hitting in spring trainingFor need but '
women. product detigned .. "help prevent tk.. three games at least the additionof money, training gained : :
lots of hair by destroying scalp' bacteria anddandrvff r
Piersall looked good. He sparked the
as a newsboy will help him to be
-a treatment for breaking hair thin
Angels to as many victories before he got
templet.and atker thin pott -a product....g..d ,
tA4ea S ta restore natural oil. giving lust,., beavry and suspended and fined $250. It seems to successful in later life. Many of the E..
Strength converting thert, ttvkby.. Iif.I., hair me the Angels could have sent a few other

Into the real "Wea.,'. Crowning Glory. guys packing instead of the dandy Dees.I most successful
men were Newsboys .
AT LEADING COSMETIC COUNTERSIf often hear people say 'The Dodgers 1 ,

your dealer' does not have"SAVE IT", send$1.00 for are blowing that lead/ or some other '. (
oj. for 4 oz. jar. (tax and postage included
silly thing..Perhaps the Dodgers .
50 West 125h Street have to increase their lead to 15 games or Start A Route Anywhere :, I
Aids /
New York 27.N.Y. so to convince some people that they can. ).t} :" ..

win it..As it is, the Dodgers are play-, You Live In Florida J

)V Vv \tzt vi vi/ 'v ) L ing over their heads. The San Francisco < .. I
News Published Free? Giants, as I see it, is still the team to II

:!) 6 beat..Those power boys, Willie McCovey, Neil fit Yea IB BBS.EISS -

Yes Lady... Willie Mays, Orlando Cepeda, et. al. are .. $. '"
rJ all beginning to click, and the Giants are .

:!) The Florida Star <: definitely on the move. .I still think FILL OUT THIS, COUPON TODAY r r C

the Dodgers can win it, despite the torrid FLORIDA STAR 276 NW 3rd. Ate. Miami, Pla. ,. ., ,
;) Publishes AHChurchClubFraternal G pace the Giants have been setting recent- -

News ly.Sports Shorts: Old Tony Taylor had his t

:> Wedding or Banquet PicturesFreeFreeFree <: "biggest day in the major leagues" the MIND? S FIRST NAME LAST NAME

other night against the Dodgers. ...He battedin 1t
five of six runs and scored another in t
:> <:
But You Must Get It In Early, Philadelphia's 6-5 nod over the Dodgers. I AIbit smzr" NUMBER> I'IICH10.. j jI
He slammed three hits and fielded bril-

:>, Tuedays 12 Noon G liantly. .hi tting safely in four games against -

(Note: There's a small charge the Dodgers, Taylor has been a Send ay child 20 copies of the Florida Star on

.......* thorn in the Dodgers' side all season. I credit to start bin In business. I will pay the
i for taking pictures) UcCovey is currently leading both leaguesin Florida Star lIe for each copy he sells. -Those

Florida Star homers and I think he is headed for top that are not sold, I will return and will not b<

V G batting honors in the National League. I I required to pay for untold copies. '

Pitcher Norm Bass, kid brot er of the
216 NW 3rd Ave Miani ,Florida -
L.A. Rams' Dick Bass, is out 01 action for I .

: t :' : the season. .he was shipped to the minorsby SIGNATURE H' OP PARENT OR .GUARDIAN.
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lihi'i GroupiRvitts Former axon w .SendsMiamians Carver YMCA I

All T Starts Counts

To Mtttins k _- -, &p In Foothill

Miss Ida Solomon, sec- The George Washington
retary of the Baha' Carver YMCA will oren its

World Faith of Miami, a winter program for boys

religious group told a with a Football Training

representative of the Class which will begin on

Miami-Florida Star that Sept. 21, it was anaoBaeed
{ the organization wel- by Calvin Hughes direc-
8. tV lit.
comes all races to par tor.
ticipate in their meet- Designed to train youths

ings and discussions.Miss interested in acquiring
Solomon will lead ) tii gridiron excellence, the

the lecture session to k course provides training
be held SUnday Sept. 8. S S9 \ JL in the basic fundaaeatals

at the Baha'i Center ,, of football which cover
137 NW 11th Ave. beginning : running passing block- I

at 8 p.m. r' ing and tackling.The I

The topic of Miss SOlo- 1T ff gridiron hopefulswill
mon's discussion will be ? also be drilled in

'The Powers of Man- strategy by means of
kind." SOUL SENDER- 'Chuck' Grisbyright) former Jaxon who organ In Miami is seen at left while the camera Club digging the soul sounds of actual play.

In an interview with now dispensing his soul sending music via the shots at right show visitors to the Catalite (STAR photo by Al Crawford) The program will be conducted -

t.i the s pe ak er, Mi.. Sol o- by competent in-

mon declared ghgatUU the Free Eye Tests Attend Satalite Club SessionStanding Committee WorkingOn structors trained in
prime objective of the leadership and will be
IA organization is "the To Be GivenMiami i geared to the oapabili- j
Rights Bill
L establishment of world school children ties of elementary school I
WASHINGTON--Meeting in youths. I
peace adding that. will be given free eye ages

'wars have reached examination when the vis- 7 closed session, the Senate Serving as Instructors !
: their zenith. ual will be YMCA workers. i i
screening program I
f : Commerce Committee began Frank Frank i
the said there are 12 goes into operation Sept Ross. Sparks
basic principles which 14.The work this week on th Administration and director Calvin i II I
must be into effect Hughes.
put eye-testing progrem Civil Rights i
in order to achieve will be conducted at the 3
ILl world peace. Among the Lincoln Square Audi- I I Bill to outlaw racial dis- Cases 'eilll I I

V are: torium on Saturday.Sept, crimination by businesses II I I

The oneness of mankind; 14 from 19 a.m. to 3 p.m Investigated !
serving the public. However -
the oneness of'religionand It is being sponsored I

the accordance of jointly by the Alpha the Committee may be Fatal traffic accidentat I

f religion with science Kappa Alpha Sorority and u .v going through e lot of Ingram Highway and I

and another principle is the Dade County Optome-
I 1 t wasted effort.According Edgewater Drive. Coral !
that prejudice must be trlc Association.
forgotten and religion Children attending to present Gables Police Officer I

nufat: he the cause of schobl are eligible for plans, senate leaders may Bush investigating: I
unity. the free testing but 3:30 a.IP. Aug. 23, 1963 !
not call the Commerce
The nubile is Invitedto they must be accompaniedby up a car westbound on Ingram

attend undaY''8 assembly a parent or produce Committee bill but will
Highway failed to negotiate -
written permission. until the House
I i from left: J.A. Blakely, Golden Bates and Miss Rozella Conley. Photo right: Mrs. Lynn; a curve on Edgewater
r broader civil1
and Richard Conley. Seated from left: Miss Edrice Maddox Stanley. Dale Squire, Mrs. Mattie Squire, passes a Drive; striking a tree.

I Jenkins Miss Carolyn Johnson;' Mrs. 'Joan 'Blakely/ '- sand. Robert sQuire'SI'AR photos by Al Crawford) rights bill before actingon Passenger of the vehicle .

I the .nronosal... ...
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Davis 20
Earnest W. age

I MiamiHOUSE D.aths Planning For Annual Event of Homestead Air Force

OF ALBERT Base was fatally injuredand
Renon Hepburn of Key Largo
expired at JackSOB I
Robert Strachan pioneer succumbed in Jackson Hosp.
Memorial vital at 8:30 I
citizen of 18421-A Home- Aug. 27. He is survived by 4 .
a.Fu. Aug. 23; the driver f
stead Ave r Perrine, died 2 sisters Mrs. Natalie
Robert Tyrone Evans ,age
in Jackson Memorial Hosp. Pinder and Mrs. Pearlene r
A 21, also of Homestead Air
a Aug. 31. Surviving are his Hepburn a son, Vernonand
Force Base suffered
wicbw. Vergina 2. brothers, 1 brother, Harold

At1 3 nieces including Mrs. .......... multiple lacerations, eea-
tusions and possible internal -
Francene Mobley and.11rs.'

j Florence, Clark, cousin. FRANCIS t FUNERAL HOME injuries.

............ r Evens has been charged
i, r t
with careless driving;
a. e t tif ',' Yt. Lee Williams 1473 NW 5th :
driving under intoxication -
Place died at Jackson Mem.
Mrs. Isabelle Cruz 152 and possible mas- I
: iYj1 Hospital on
S $ fta NW 10th St., died Aug. 19. Aug. slaughter pending remit
31st. Survivors include :. I
Remains were flown to San t". of blood analysis.Investigatlofi .

Juan Puerto Rica for his wife: Mrs. Myrtle Williams IN PREPARATORY SESSION--Officers and members of the Decathlon Socio-Clvic ..................

final ri 12 s. 3 brothers: John Club met recently with host Alphonso Erwin to stage action for its current Miss

i/i4' i i .......... Cooks. Eli Williams and Decathlon contest and to work out final details for the annual coronation ball into the
unclassified death of
S! __M____________ Frank Williams. 2 sisters: slated for Oct. 9 in Sir John's Knight Bent Club. Seated fromleft are: Mes- Derril Bess,3 yrs 11 BBS.

Mrs. Lottie Mae Mitchelland dames fredericka S. Brown Isabelle Poole Doris Jinks, Betty Garrison EdytheG.
of 2210 81 115th Ave.
a a tr Donald E. Benson, 5 month Mrs. Ceebelle Bell. Barfield and.Ethel S. Sweet. Standing from left: Horace McGraw Blanton
r which occurred at appr'Oxiaately -

old son of Mrs.- Gloria,. 2 aunts and 1 uncle. Harris Leo Wright, Wes Trues dale, Julius Simmons Ernest Stirrup EddieCampbell 4:00 ,... Aug.

Benson. 767 NW 67th St. ............... Thomas Washington, Danny Green and Richard W. Harris. 27at the above address.

di ed. Sept. 1. (Al Crawford Photo)
z At approximately 1: &0
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., ',, ,,, ', .:", Marker Funeral HomeMrs. More Voting PrecinctsFor Hawiian Sip p.m., Aug. 27, 193. the

'" ., is toe
Slated Sunday victim was left
THIS BEER is for pleasant living! People on the Miamians
Elaine Sweet daughter of Ethel Mae Slappyof custody of a neighbor,
At Dixie Park
go..people who care about quality. .eo for It was announced this .
Mr. and Mrs. Quealor Sweet 934 NW 4th Ave.. succumbed 65-Dorsey High School-7100 Ossie Cex of 210Mf ftff
National' Beer. Have the taste of pleasant living seek that seven new voting On! of the unique
of 2415 NW 50th St. died Aug. 31. at Jackson NW 17th Ave.; Precinct No. events scheduled for Sunday 115th Ave. soars time fcetweeo -

have a Natloral Beer. Premium quality always Aug. 27. Memorial Hosp. She Is sur- precincts are scheduledto 66-Lilly C. Evans Elem., Sept. 8 is the Ha- 1:06 p.m. atf 4:.'

popular prices everywhere. ... be opened in predominantly waiian Sip being spon-
........ wed by her husband Frank p.m., tee victim fceeame
1895 NW 75th St.;*PrecinctNo. sored by the True Heart

IMC a taste if Plea *t Unit Slappy Jr. a brother Negro areas in an 93-Bethune Elem., 2900 Social Club. ill fro. an undetermined

Elila Lane and a daughter. effort to provide con- The affair will be held l foreign stibstejice, that
NW 43rd Ter. Precinct No.
I ... S Mrs. Pearl Pristow, mother in-lav.Mrs. Viola Slappey. venient locations for ; at the Dixie Park Auditorium caused him to> suffer with
NATIONAL HER 88-Manor Park NW 46th & from 4 to 6 p...
of Mrs. Ida B. Lightseyand . . voters. diarrhea sad .....&. at
12th PreclnctNo. Mrs. Louise Shorter
Ave. ;
Mrs. Sallie Wallace, The new locations are as president of club announced them tL
Spotliiht t Predict 118-Dunbar Elem., 508 NW that the publicis 'The victim WM mflbed' to
28. She is also follows:
died Aug.
Infant Turner of 339 NW
I 20th Ave.; Precinct No.204Frank invited to attend I Web Clinic where he was
Of Tki WeekWMBMS sister and Precinct 76 Northwestern -
m .: survived byI 14 Ter. succumbed Aug. 3L No. -- which has been planned to
C. Martin Elem., pronounced Dead Om
3 brothers. High School-7007 provide an entertaining
He Is survived by
14254 Boggs Drive. afternoon. 4:15 .....
NW 12 Ave. ; Precinct No.
............. mother Mrs. Daisy Turner.
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: Texas Southers '"' U. S. Executives Join Center Coaches Laud Pros- Ravaged Grambling Tigers i :/

I. : Kermit AlexanderBY

MR. LUCKY Facing Dismal Fall Grid Season .*.:)

., .:, Plays Rugged 1.h LOS ANGELFS (ANP) GRAVELING. LA. (SPECIAL)---It will require a near: 1

miracle for Grambling to enjoy tte rarified atmosphere -
How _
i remember -

( 10-Home SlateHere ing' Hugh McFlhenny'. of a contention spot in the Southwestern "'

great entrance into pro Athletic Conference this fall, but this does ,set

Here NOT. 30th to become an all-con- fessional football How mean that the Tigers will finish the campaign
I' you and I both will remember -
ference favorite. ..............
HOUSTON Texas playing gyn.c the, entrance of completely unnoticed. .........
;> six games on the Lost to the Tigers' .
Kermit 'the
Cat/ Almost everybody, including backs to stand clear of
road. Texas Southern will cause through graduationwill Alexanders
into the
play Glum Eddie the SWAC cellar.
a rugged 10-games be All-Conference
I for pay circuit. Robinson, concedes that The rest of the starting,
1963 grid schedule Sept. Charles Green who led
( Kermit. a recent graduateof this is not a Grambling unit has high int itiem,
21 when they travel to the SWAC In punting;
U, C.L.A. and the San
and for watetoers
year a change but scrimmage
Andrew A 11
Baton Rouge La. for Rice '
; '. 1. Francisco 49ers first Robbie is not
J their annual clash with Conference guard; Homer 'If., trying to claim that they are not
t Southern, University. halfback and the much draft choice showed his kid people with the pes- sufficiently skilled-in
c heels to the Minnesota simism coaches love.A .
Following a dismal 4-6 underrated fullback tactics for the bumpy -
Vikings the first two year ago the Tigers nine-game grind.
won. loss season in 1960. Stephen Woodward, a con-
the Tigers bounced back sistent linebacker. times he got his handson were loaded toothandclaw. The Grambling mentor
1 the ball with scoring .
to knock at the throne Carl Zenn, the 180 pound said the caching staff
punt returns of 95 and The line, considered one will have to rely on new
room door for two con- slinger from Beamont,
t 86 yards. of the best in y'ars andy men at several positions
secutive will
seasons only to replace Green at
be thwarted by the quarterback. Raymond o'c. : Alexander is twenty-two ar.s. was solidly anchored "We expect to be hurt by
: : i, years of age, 5-11. 190 to AllAmericanJunious the inexperience in early ,-
powerful Jackson College Johnson. 185 and Johnny
team however the Tardy. 190, two sopho- SHOWN are John Bowles President of Rexall Drug Co., Dr. (the honorable) K.O. pounds. He is equally Buchanan, and games, but the fellows
adapt on offense and defense talented backs terrorizedthe .
Texans are being given mores, will, battle it Ubadiwe Nigerian National Chairman of the Ojike Memorial Medical Centre In the recent All- should provide much more
with their
major consideration to be out for the number two Justin W. Dart president of the Rexall Drug and Chemical Co., and Franklin D. Stars, Packer game, Kermit downfield than annoyance for" the
signal barket Leon swoops. rest of the season.
1 contenders again this spot
Murphy Chancellor of the University of California at Los Angeles.The was outstanding on Fight Granbling stars In a forthright state-
year despite the rugged Hardy. 240 pound physics defense. It
road schedule. major will move into American executives were appointed by Dr. Vbadiwe as directors of the United was the were later signed to ment. Robinson admitted
great work of the defensive professional contracts.The the should .
Key games with Southern. Hill's starting spot and States-Nigerian Foundation for the Ojike Memorial Medical Centre. team which that Tigers
enabled picture is completely -
do alright on offense
Wiley and Grambling will Herbert Broussard. a'
he GJC Professor Nat'L Associations Plan the All-Stars to changed for '63. but pointed out that unless -
played on foreign transfer from Tenn. A&I beat the World Champion firambling is vulnerablein linemen .
key develop
soil and take Rice's
although will over
\ Southern has been a Tiger spot. Attends Seminar Scholarships Fund Raising Fete Green He is Bay a Packers versatile 20-17.left lacks the sufficient line the depth ts tan unexpectedly, it looks

t victim for the past two Fobert Hasson, 180 pound ST. PFTERSBUPG -- Under the auspices of the National Association of halfback at UCLA won the for conquest, and it appears like a long, frustrating

years and the Tigers senior. Roosevelt Parker. Psychology professor Dr Negro Business and Professional Women's ClubsInc.the American Legion trophyas unlikely that season.
have never been defeated 215 pound sophomore are William F. Smith of national fundraising Ex
I scholarship committee' only the "most valuableplayer' Robinson and his staff Kegler Dies
on Louisiana soil this vying for Woodward's position Gibbs Junior College was project, for 1963 will be .
a gala cotillion the
and as 1Q62 team will be able to h 't a
game could make or break All in all. 24 in Philadelphia. Pa. dinner-dance in the grand ballroom of the Waldorf best blocker and tackler. balance between offenseand From Heart Attack

either team during this lettermen are returningto last week to attend the Astoria CHICAGO -- (ANP) --
on Friday. September 27 at 7:00 p.m. with Coach John McKay, the defense.
year's running. launch Texas Southern's annual convention of the 100 debutantes being presented.The football coach of the Between condolences, Funeral services were
The winner is expected IPth football season American Psychological held last week for Mrs
Association Inc. proceeds from the Other committee chairman year in 1962 at Southern coaches lament that the
I'': 23. L.ft....* Among Square! The week-long meeting affair will be used for lire: Mrs. Marie Johnson, California* called Kermit sit mtion is embarrassingand Daisy top-flight Glenn bowler, a former here,

!, which from scholarship grants to de- debutantes; Mrs. Anna C. Alexander "the best all- acute.
ran August
serving young people Perry, dinner; Alvin around college football They claim that the after her death in Detroit
Rtttfnriftg To AIT Grid Team 28 to September 4, was of a heart attftek.
throughout the United Wilkes, choreography;Mrs. player in the nation" Tigers will open the sea-

>** GRF.ENSBORON.C.Twentthree lettermen are among the seventy-first for States Dost of which Una Flemings, PhotographyMrs. last season. son lacking in everythingbut Mrs. Glenn was stricken

the Association and more will be presented at the Jimmie Williams, Coach Fed Hickey had incentive. at supper while visiting

+Iri"' the 50-odd players who arrived at A & T College than 10, 000 delegates attended group's annual convention journal; Mrs. Ruth Fas- this to say at the sign- True the backfield has a a niece. Mrs. Mae Pachelof

!;; last weekend to begin training for the 1953 the sessions. scheduled, for October 30 sett, ladiesinwaitingand ing of Alexander last potent look but Robinson Detroit. She slumped

campaign.Airang Headquarters were three through November 3, in Miss Doris F. John- year. "I even wish I had confides that the absenceof suddenly in her chair

Philadelphia hotels, the Washington. D. C. son is serving as co- him! Saturday for the a strong frontwall and never regained con

/ the leading con- stem a Chapel Hill N.C. Ben Franklin, the Bellevue The age span of the debutantes chairman of the hostess. Cleveland game. He's will limit the squad to sciousness.
tenders for starting positions Stratford and the is from 16 to 19 Before retiring frOM
sophomore center who Miss Edna M. Holland is ready right now. In Kermit' spoiler roles.

vho had checkedin weighs in at 191-pounds; Sheraton. and the sub-debs from 14 secretary of the scholar- s case, he's such a Robinson admits,however, bowling 10 years ago,
by Saturday were: interestto to 15. Three prizes will Mrs. Glenn had been a
two big guards Howard Topics major ship committee. fine athlete that we can that he will bank on
Quarterbacks Cornell Ferguson 239- -.nounder Pr Smith were Insurance be awarded each group and Mrs. Florence Allen Holmes use him any one of three member of the Chicago

Gordon a 180-pound fron Corinth Miss. and and related one prize will be given of Massapequa, N. Y. places--ball carrying, Servicemen Fight Termites, a national

junior from Norfolk. Va. social issues. He met the escorts. is national championship team.
Wesley Andrews 207poundsfrom of flanker or as a defensive Bias In Japan
and Jesse Jackson Reservations for the survivors include
a 215- Pittshoro. N.C. ; with several state insurance the organization. back. The only Fer
rounder from Greenville cotillion may be made her husband. Ivan; a
committee chairmen
tackles Mill am Sinclair question will be wherehe
S C. who last season and their membersto through the national Two Gibbs Grads Tokyo. Japan (ANP) U.S. daughter, Shirley lender_ ?
from can help the most.Ke .
225-pounds Char- us
chairman Air Police and -
Miss Fdythe I. patrols Japanese
played often with four sisters Mrs.
more ;
the defense unit full- lotte, N.C. and Luther discuss-findings related Harris 510 W. 144th St. Plan To Attend Fla. 11 be playing, I'll police last week were called Sherry Wiltshire, Mrs.
; 'woodruff, a 230pounderfrom to these topics New York assure you of that." out to patrol a number of bars
31, N. Y. for
hack Algustus Lee. a Pr Smith earned the Presbyterian Call. near the Misawa Air Base Fva Craig and Mrs. .8es-
2f5-pnund rile driver Washington D.C. and'ends 'doctorate in psychology $10.00 including dinner, Dean 01 CoachesCOACH 380 miles north of here,to averta sie ASher all of Pe.-

from Washington. D.C. Ronald Francis a from Michigan Ptate university dancing and gratuities. ST. PETERSBURG -- Io possible clash between white troit, and Mrs. uby

and two speedy halfbacks 65. 210-pound pass Fast-Lansing Fla. Demos Launch honor graduates of the soldiers and Negro servicemen Garrett, of Florida.
catcher from who have been
Burlington staging
Ronnie Hart of Suffolk N.C. and William Bris- and was recently certi- Official News Organ June Gibbs graduating Junior class of demonstrations against racial Prair Vitw
Va. rlif Matthews of fied to practice the Collegehave
tow, 6-1, a 190-pounder Florida discrimination Japanese style.
Far Rockaway. N Y and enrolled in Florida .
state of Florida. The police units were calledout Prexy Honored
from! Fayetteville N. r Herald Democrat official -
Willie Reasley. a 215- He holds membership in Presbyterian, College, after information circulated
pound runner from Laurengs The Aggies will face its the Florida Psychological monthly news- located here in St that several hundred Negroes I USTON, Texas (AJP)

rA foe, Fort Eustis at Fort Association the Mid- paper of the Florida Petersburg.The planned to storm a bar outside The president and the '
Fustis on the followingSaturday Democratic the base area. The bar admits -
Party fast
rising seniorcollege football coeeh at'
the leading former
>tong contenders western Psychological :
only soldiers. The
for line positions Afternoon Association and the published and distributedits attended mostlyby ab, bar as are about 43 others prairie View A and M '
September 21LEARN first issue today.
are: Thomas Al- American Psychological top white students is located in the town of Mis Collegeand the athletic
Association Edited by State Demo- from throughout the na- awa, next to the base. director of Wiley. college -

cratic Chairman Warren tion, accepted the Gibbs The U.S.Defense Department were among a aw&er

Coalition Seeks Goodrich and his Executive grads among top Negro recently Issued orders to con- of sports officials receiving :

-Assistant. Joe Ful- students who will also tinental base commanders to honor awards at

r To Defeat. ler, the paper was cir- be at the College this place "off limit"servicemen the 39th annual ooavea-
towns near military Installa-
culated to some 17,000 fall tion of the Southwestern
tions that discriminate
LONG against
Texas Gov.Houston Florida subscribers-- The two Gibbs honor service personneLSince Officials Association at

mostly Democrats and. graduates are Alvin COACH FRED 'r. (pops) Long Aug 8, Negro soldiers Texas Southern University *,
-- (ANP)-- The seventh Independents.In Edwards of st. Petersburg of Wiley College. Mar- have been staging sit-ins aimedat here last week. '*

Texas annual StateAFL-CIOopenedlts convention of the a front-page edi- and Fvelyn Jacksonof shall. Texas, the dean ending segregation against president K.B. Evans tjf
them In 38 of Misawa's44bars.
four-day session here last week torial the new news- Fort Myers of American Negro foot- The Negro servicemen, taking. prairie View and the'J

determined to carry through In paper made no claim to Fdwards. one of Gibbs ball coaches, is enter- their cue from stateside'pro- school's ex-coach.. James

Its efforts to line up a coali- political unbias but Senior High School's top ing his 44th year of testor, would visit selected H. Law. received >PWA)

tion to defeat Governor Conal- said its policies and graduates in 1961. has piloting college foot- bars. If they were refused service awards daring a";
ly in next years election. this fall. service, they left and then returned -
A TRADE news presentation wouldbe enrolled as a mathematics ball teams ceremony addressed bar!
Don Yarborough who clocked
in larger number. The
From the stand-point of .
guided by construc- major Dr. John F. Codwell
more than 49 per cent of the would then sit quietyly
III Six Short Months That Democrat vote in the primary tive aims that it hoped Jackson enrolled this games won and lost. Long group in the bar until the 11 P.M. commissioner of they i

against the Governor last year, improve government fall as an English major has the third best recordof closing time. Southwestern Athletie-

Will Be BENEFICIAL praised the labor faction and generallY.The Like Edwards, she was any coach in the The patrol units were calledout Conference and attee4.4// '

called for a "complete lineup newspaper also reported valedictorian of her nation with 30 or more last week on payday, when by 350 officials. J.
For a LIFETIME with the federal government on service and is the spir.ts; normally are high.Authothles *'
civil a factual accountof June 1961 graduating years Fred ( Pops) Lone.Wile1' .
rights. feared
effectiveness of class ( Dunbar High oldest coach in the U. S. violence It s athletic dlrec/
Both Hank
JACKSONVILLEBARIER Brown presidentof was reported, although the "
the state labor convention and Republican members of School Fort Myers) from a point of servIce. Negro servicemen's protests to* and football coeh

Roy Evan secretary trea- the recent biennial ses- Sandy Stenheru have been peaceful. No arrestswere shared honors with Prey: 4
COLLEGE INC. College Rejects _
surer, have been bigger their sion of the Florida n ---rn---- reported. sident Rvans and Law. /

,r. 630 DAVIS ST. at Beaver his criticism statewide of the speech Governor opposingthe nee Legislature. Negro Applicant BenchedMONTRFAL. i- 1
'' Publication of The ROYAL ART STUDIO
100% Air CiBditioned public accommodationssection Charleston (ANP) --JamesMilton's -- Former
of the civil rights bill. Herald Democrat is a hopes of entering the Minnesota All-American 515 DAVIS STREET
JACKSONVILLE FLORIDA The main concern of labor part of the modernization college of Charleston have been quarterback Sandy

forces of here Is to form a coalition of the Democratic dissipated in a cloud of smoke Stephens, who turned a- Order Now at Refect Prices 's.
Latin Americans, Negroes in Florida from the of --
Party begun generated engines
side offers the PHOTO CAMS
and liberal Democrats to

\ Sea J, ll Cijte, offset the North the rise Texas of conservationIn area, where with Goodrich the as selection chairman of of development discrimination.John G. Leland.for. the director college of, National Football Leagues and American respectively ': l.ji1tdaals. Fad If.s Chkr .

the Republicans foothold. are gaining apolitical the state executive committee confirmed reports that Milton to sign a BLACK & WHITE CIL8RSEPIATSME

I [Myrtle Ave. and Adams Wfone EL 4 1468 a Tear ago. had been rejected as a tudem.His three-year no-cut !
reason "lneUg1bi ty. 100.000 contract with
You Don t Have to Go to Tom to Get The young "better than:
Montreal Alouettes,
Fl0Al0A GlEIN LOBSTERS ".................16. E9cNEB. average" graduated of Bonds- the I Quality Photographs
Wilson High school maintained has been benched by coach -r

f lAKE FANCY ROUNDER 49c LOW PRICESOn that he had been refused Jim Trimble. CHORCMES-WEIWMSS-SICIUS
solely because he is a Negro. Trimble said Stephens
TRU-VAL SHRIMPORAMA SALE He would make no further ate- would remain on the sidelines Dial EL 4-114

LARGE SHRIMP u. 89c Your ment. until shaved 20-
Leland said Miller's S30 deposit -
from his reportingIn -- -- '
MEDIUM SHRIMP{ 59c which came with his application pounds
D4lu 10 "'-. UN u. DRUG STORE NEEDS had been returned tohim. weight of 236 pounds. I: J WJfU'H4P.Pt EQ IP'! t.JMON: AND [tME

He said that this was not H ,_ -

STANDARD OYSTERS Vz Pt. 60c Pt. $1.15 Trade With Your Neighborhood Drug Store the first time a Negro had applied JOHNNIE'S ROOMING HOUSEJOHNNIE'S
WE WILL MEET ANY PRICES ADV. IN YOUR .OCAL PM'3t8.1e to the College of

SELECT OYSTERS . . Pint $1.30 : Deliver-Ee Also Fill All Doctors' Prescriptions Charleston and been denied. ROOMS-All tilA
The municipal charter of the Modern Furn-HfcC Wtr- GO
KING MACKEREL STEAKS . :Lb. 49c college was revoked in 1949 Free TV In Every Room

Dixie Pharmacy when the trustees arrived at 225 East Union Street Teem.TEEMi"
FAMMIS FM1YKMBSraiow MULLET ROW a decision that the institution .
could be better operated u a
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Eta** Nifr ItHpliytfs Art Top Keglers Paced League Pistol Pecking Joe Louis MRS

,I' CHtHHrs For AH -Stir Turn "Islihop" fcrnl Hew NatiwwHk ..

) NEW YORK, N.Y.--Eleven ballplayers in both the N To Be WOKGBASHBCRY Boxing Carp. -

American and National Leagues this year are con- PARR N.J. -

tenders for the 1963 Top js Rookie All-Star Teas. ( ANP) -- Miss Dorothy TEANECK. N.J.--(/WP)---
Wilson fooled both cus- Former heavyweight efeap-
The fifth annual Rookie All-Star Team is sponsored tomers and officials for-
r 'ion Joe Lottis hat week
Inc. publishers of the sore than a year Into
by Topps Chewing Gill Joined an east coast firm
thinking she was 1. man
famous baseball trading cards. The Negro rookies which plans to promote
1 ell-
as she waked as a >
) eligible for the 1963 tea in the American League .a hop" under the alias of bo zing on on a coast-to
: : Harris at the Kings- coast basis.
: Troy:
Tommy are: McCraw first winning team will be announced : ley Arms Hotel here. Joe. who was in Teaeck
: to referee a boat, announced -
I baseman, Chicago White in mid September However, the young woman -
Sox; George Smith, second Under the rules of the i was unmasked last that he had Joined
baseman Detroit Tigers; election, eligibility for week after she had robbed the Garden State Sports
Gates Brown, outfielder the team precludes any the night clerk of the Corporation headed by Sell

Detroit Tigers and Fred player who spent more hotel of $100. She was Bartoletta.His .

Valentine, outfielder than 45 days or had more .r still posing as the bell- membership IB the

Baltimore Orioles. 'than 90 turns at bat or boy when she flashed a Garden State firm puts

Leading Negro contendersin pitched more than 45 fake pistol on John Rooen Louis in the national pro-

the National Leagueare innings in the major r and forced him to turnover motional spotlight for the

: Jim Ray Hart, third league prior to the 1963 the money. first time since the

baseman, San Francisco season. But after the bellboywas devise of the International -

Giants; Ellis Burton, Managed Gun captured a short time Boxing Club. Joe
outfielder Chicago Cubs; += + c later, police found outlie" was a director for IBC.
< 'she .
Tonay Harper, outfielder, Hunters Must r, was a Since 1961, Loais.hasa .
; the hotel,
; ay After
Reds Wilver
Cincinnati Stargell. outfielder; Submit ApplicationsTALLAHASSEE sj where sh d! was employedas boxing promoter oa the
west coast. He is p'frsi-
P Pittsburg Pirates: John -- Hunters a
'(if J c Weekly and Jim Wynn outfielders who wish to take part in June, Miss Wilson dent of United World.
j fled in Rooen' car. She Enterprises in Los Aa& I cs
/ Houston Colt the gun hunts beginning
Joe and his wife own controlling -
45s, and Jesse fonder, December 14 on the City 1 1,: / : # E had cut the telephonewires
the switchboardto interest in the
catcher. New York Mets. rus wildlife Management '
her coast venture."WIUIE.
The 1963 Topps team will Area must submit appli- MASTER assure getaway. .
OF ALL THEY SURVEY!---Surging to the runnerup 1
be selected from ballots cations to the Game and However, Pooen telephoned
spot in the highly competitive Continental Jones. Standing from left: Levertis NealyRobertRoyal police from a private .:..."
being distributed to all Fresh Water Fish Commis- : .l'
players, coaches, and sion at Tallahassee by Bowling League during the 1961-62 tourney, the Jimmy McCheek., captain; Elijah Sanders, phone that was not connected ::' ,,1" >....:,

p managers of the major October 28. Royal Art Photo Studio team ran rough shod over its secretary and E. Handy. Clarence J. Simon, owner board. to the switch- I: :: ,: ',3:

league teams. The names Gun hunting in the area ',
of the members of the will be limited to four 1962-63 opposition to capture the vaunted champ- and operator of Royal Art Studio is the champs' Miss Wilson had aban- ,.

t controlled hunts con- ionship and trophy. Seated in foreground: Urstonia sponsor. (Royal Art Studio Fboto.Thal's ) doned the stolen car and
Trotters Screen .. "grabbed" a taxicab.
t sisting of two days per -
told the cab driverto
II hunt, with not more than
Yankee Strategist ...-.. Howardthe take her to nearby
20 Candidates one thousand hunters
participating in each Eatontown N.J. where

out- hunt. Dates for the four CHICAGO--ANP--A slim, bronze man witha Bill Staffords, the Ralph Terrys the she was captured after

standing CHICAGO---Twenty basketball pro- hunts \re Dec. 14-15 wry smile on his face squatted behind Jim Boutons and other young, Yankees hurl- police Still dressed sounded an as alarm.a bell-

spects 'are anxiously December 21-22 Dec. -28- the plate hands thrust forward with ers over the years.Most of them were wild.. boy.Miss Wilson apparently .:!tf
i awaiting word from Abe 29 and January 45.
fingers vertical as a target for the fast- had.hoped to switch
Saperatein ownercoachof Individuals or partiesof eyes, ambitious youngsters who auteo des-
her sex again to avoid
the famous Harlem not more than five balling left-hander on the mound. perately to be great Yankee pitchers, but detection. She was ar- B" IS

Globetrotters followingten hunters wishing to par- The catcher was Elston Howard of the who had little more than two or three rested before she could
days of practice at a ticipate in any of the .
pre-season training camp four gun hunts should haughty .w rld champions New York Yankees stock pitches, mostly fast balls and change.In

session. apply immediately to the one of the most fabled ball clubs in the curves. Howard made them giant killers. Wilson police was ordered court Miss held call for Cab 166 Day. so
I The Globetrotters of- office of the Game and
he can come pick you up
ficially start training Fresh Water Fish Commis- history. of sports. The pitcher was young Over and over Howard drilled it into for a grand Jury hearing.

in Chicago on October 12. sion at Tallahassee, or Al Downing. Al was facing the Chicago their nuggins that the only way to subdue Clay Offered and take you to your

The twenty candidates who White Sox. The Comiskey Park* appointment. Willie B.
the regional offices located scene was '
the power boys is to 'keep 'em off balance.
attented the pre-camp at Panama City. where the enterprising Bill Veeck once 510,000 Per RoundTo Taylor's been driving his
drills at DePaul Univer- Lake City Ocala Lakeland Mix up your pitches, he kept repeating,
mixed baseball with high jinks and other Meet Williams New Deal Cab for about 13
sity here are all hoping
and West PalmBe 'you just can't throw past 'em all the
they 'will be reinvitedto ach. HOUSTON. Texas (ANP) and has earned
eye-catching gimmicks.The years !
time. Like his former adversary ,
the regular camp hunters great catching As the announcement wad
Participating gun batter Dave Nicholson boosted award buttons for :
was safety
workouts.All .
made that
may take all legal Roy Campanella. Howard operateson negotiationsfor
of them will not the Pale Hose boy. In the out-' the .
new power proposed Sonn his driving
: except ttricey; with, of seldom
of ., : the philosophy feeding a
r invitations,
bag limits conforming to field stands the operator was all set to Liston-Cassius Clay Taylor aad his wife
course. 'Although all slugger the same pitch in succession. title fight had 'com--

twenty of the" boys are statewide drawing regulationsNo will apply to set off the booming Scoreboard which Veeck 'Cone high, 'Drop it around his knees, pletely broken down Ruth live at 847 Oakley

outstanding Saperstein had installed during his days asSox promoter Hugh Benbow an- the
or be necessary for the prexy. Street.They are
'Float outside 'Come inside
explained, 'we'll only away ( ) tight ( -
lounced he
here that
have' 'room for about' four. Citrus archery hunt It never sounded because the HowardDowning ,' Break( curve) him' or 'Buzz (fast- would give Clay $10,000for parents of 4 young chil-

or :-five on our squad, 0 orsfs Injury combine proved too much for Nicholson.He ballhim.' Ellie would signal his pitchers every round he lasts ch3 nl8JDe, Boaita, Sills
which is already loaded I
I 1 with talent!" BALTIMORE Md. (ANP) struck out on a low inside curve ball. They seldom question his judgement and as against of Cleveland Houston. ilIIams and Rickey. The Taylor

Three of the talentec.I 1 The injury of fleet The man who masterminded Nicholson'sexit a rule, reap success in the 'win column. So that Clay might not family are members of

prospects seeking Trottei halfback_ Lenny Moore, from the plate. to the dugout was, of Even the talented veteran Whitey Ford find son*} financial ex- Abyssinia Missionary Bap-
berths are 6-foot ten Just before the Baltimore -
inch giants--Kenny Clem.i Colts departed to* course, Howard. He had done the same thingto oftenpermits Howard to 'call his pitches offer cuse ,for Benbow rejecting offered the him tist Church where Willie

I i of Niagara University, play the Pittsburgh numerous batters while catching for the When Whitey is hampered by his traditional lucrative terms to battle sings in ,the Mess Chorus
Tom Hoover of Villanova, Steelers in an exhibition.r is the Yankees on-field strate-
Yanks. He
early-season sore arm, El lie chides him the hard-hitting Williams and Choir. He. is also a
and Walt Kennedy o: game in Atlanta. Ga. ,
known here and throughoutthe
I 1 Florida A&M. Jolted the Colts last gist. about being overly ambitious in the use of Mason and belongs to
South 'The Big
i wek. I It is no secret that Yankees' pitching his basically fast ball. 'Use the breaking Cat." as Fbrest Lodge 1377. Willie

would have failed this year and several "We offering Mr.
stuff and save your arm, Howard would are says his bobby is obeerlag
MAGNOLIA' GARDEN'S FIRST DRUG STOREiMer other times in the past had it not been Clay $10.000 to sign for
caution Whitey. up people. If sooeoae is
the fight. $19. 000 more
for Howard a nine-year veteran with the
And so it is with Howard. He counsels the when he shows up at the feeling blue or down in

Von's Bronx Bombers. In those nine years, Ellie youngsters and reaffirms his confidence in weigh-in and an additional the dumps, Willie tries to

has been the Yankees second string catcher the veterans--like Ford. With Howard behind $10,000 if he has nerve get them to wile and fee: j.
enough to get in the ring
(behind the celebrated Yogi Berra) a the plate,Yankee pitchers seldom err. with Williams Benbow happy by the time they I
; .. Pharmacy utility first baseman and outfielder and Opposing batters have to beat them on said. He added: get out of his cab. Makes 't!

now the Yankees No. ] backstop. He took merit. This doesn't happen bften. 'Then we are offering him feel better too. I
Clay $10.000 for every
.'" over from Berra in 1961. He is today. the Yet Howard' great value to the Yankeesis round he stays with Wil- Cab 166 Day is a good ,
2735 West E.tewoed Avenue /
best catcher in the American League, and not restricted to catching. He is a liams and we are preparedto number to remember Beat I

Let Us Fill Your Next Prescription perhaps in all baseball.In terrific hitter as well. He hits with roonds--however sign for 10. 12 or long 15 time you seed a cheerful,

We Pick Up & leliver Free this particular game in the Sox baIliwick power to all fields. His work behind the Clay things he can last.' convenient sad comfortable

Assortneit If Palest Medicines Downing, taking his cue from Ellie plate equips him with a keen forsight as Meanwhile Bill Paver- New Deal Cab ride.
Wide sham, Clay's manager,
Sundries Cwfecttonerj was hitting 'the spots' or corners with a batter.When a pitcher winds end unwinds said the negotiations fort 6. MX. .. w.fch MIl Ltif a
Cosnetics hour *now Surwtov ...........
virtually as wild as a bull when the Yanks Ellie has a pretty good idea of what's he Liston bout broke at 9.30 Oft Ow.i4f- .

PLEASE Dial PO 5-4485 or PO 51582I. first brought him up from Richmond in the coming. down because his group tvrinc Ken Knight I .
found Sonny's terms for a
Harris. Reg. Pharm. International League in 1962. Howard had RoleNET
D. Archie Given Movie fight next year unac- NEW PEALCABCWAKY

'settled Downing down'as he.has done with TOP.K -- (ANP) during the fall season. ceptable, particularlyone

Farmer light heavyweight; Moore s role was not which would have kept
champion Archie Moore, described Clay out of action untila Ills Kfen ... Di.1 14.4461*
sw .r I the "Old Mongoose" of This will: not be title bout in Mid- .

$ the prize ring, will Moore's first film April.
play a dramatic role ina !
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MAID Fare N.Y.$35-$55 MM LIVE-IN iSGuARANTE6D wk. ;.//-r. > CHIPS( OFF 'IIY THE li BLOCKS; t.... :;- -"--,, Police Reports,.. '

Advanced. -'u. u
c. Mallory Whether you agreed with the 'March' of been-telling POLICE CAPTURE Street shoe store reported
folk that tires had been placed
fcency; 576 Merrick Rd.. they go for the t. RADIO THIEVES OB
not you must admit that it that a mad entered the curb to make
Lynbrook. N.Y. came off .with sounds only. The s cul music of James Brown, I'.'.-- the store last a car <.- I I
much success. It made :Mrs. Willie Mae ramp. The rear wheels:
one s heart swell and the like are Alexander I
strictly 'ixnay.fCato Saturday and demanded his.0ne1'
were over the cttrb.
Tilt STRAND when. he looked at the 711!& W. Ashley, re-' .
orderly amass of humanity Holmes Little Man Simpkins, Gene ported to police Sunday be returned because Seen fleeing the scene I

Starting Sunday simply seeking 'rights' which A- Timraons and all the gang were there at the that Gwendolyn V. Wilson him shoes were previouslysold for the and picked and held for I

merican citizens of pale skin 23 and Laura Lee Jenkins further Investigationwere
accept and' bargain show ,
E1IIS MllET1RlIIWWfIltrTMZANMMImIIE yelling 'Please, Please" right foot only, polices George Riohard Tel- "
take "for 24 went to her house i
1 .
with the rest of the teenagers.Gene last fair 723 Jackson St ;
Sunday, and wbUeGwendol1'D
1'EU'VEEVEI 81 Even though the wheels in the "Rights"movement Timmons is The clerk said the man Abraham Mamas 350 Mar-
living dangerously these engaged her in
then snatched up six St. and the
garet youth
I were out of townthe conversation Laura
mills Lee
of segregation days. Gene is
driving something they call shoes and while fleeing who was placed In
K were grinding back home. Ish The Pit His car is as dangerous as a radio off a man stand took and a from the scene, dropped juvenile shelter.Patrolmen
l Brant broke his long silence to three of the stolen mer- A. w Harveyand
announce pit and is a- dace on wheels. He has fled down the stairs.
that certain schools chandise. R. F Hanson Investi
would be The
intergrated. women were caught
recovered from the bad case of trouble he This was the second time gated..
At the same time he announced the inter- had when- the- coed' changed}. 1r her about four blocks from that the man had stolen . . .
number her
on the scene and chargedwith
gration of pupils, the curtain of shoes from the stor. police I
segregation door and left him outside.. being street walkers "
told however
were ,
.- around the teachers was being drawn and vagrancy police re- FLIM FLAM VICTIM I
The Jacksonville on the first occasion, -
delegation to the big LOSFS $400
MGM ported.
wlSly tighter. Over five hundred white teacherswere two had returnedthe ,
Harch" consisted of.manyof the brothersof . . .. women .
.$ given the red carpet treatment stolen goods. Johnny Vause of 2512
and the cloth. They remind me of an old say- The clerk also told police Lewis St. reported he \

All MEW! greeted by school and city officials. Over ing my grand-dad had. He used to say We CLAIMS COUPLE BEAT that he was not sure was film flame ed wit of

sixty-one firms helped to provide a gala are heck on wheels when on dress parade HIM WITH HOSE whether he could recog- $400 on Aug. 8. police ,
Theodore Walker, 20, of nize the suspect, but he reported.
time for them
as they were welcomed to the
but aren't worth a continental in the time 723 W. State St. told police felt the man had been Vause said he was wait

c. system. Negro teachers met in the music of battle." Well these ministers were all he was stopped at drinking bit was not in- ing on a bus at Fdison I

suite of a Negro high school and heard on dress parade in Washington but when 26th and Fairfax last toxicated. St. when he was approached -
Sunday by Glorida L. The oYi'Der's rather
stare by a man and
token words Last week Negro teachers net they return home '
you won't get a one to Gainey and her daughterin said the suspect: hit her woman. After conversingwith

tu.r1101a in pre-planning sessions and the meet ins preach voting, registering and standing up a car and they offeredto in TC che't with his them he said the

were marked by the absence of white of- on the local scene. take him h e. hand The shoee were three caught a bus and
3$ .F Walker said that Insteadof valued at $15.Patrolmen .
M went to a bank where
ficials. In fact the secondary teachersdid Frank Hampton flew out of town
1 86 S- Tuesday proceeding in the di- Sidney' Gaines Vause drew out 400.

I UYAIJSCoPE w METRO C91aR not even have consultants from the out- night to be on hand in Washington. That'sour rection of his hone, the and Marion Massey in- The three caught a return -

side.You can see why Negro teachers watched boy. he never misses a bet. Essie.Mc. car was driven to the vestigated.TRIO bus to Riversideand

and their TV sets and sang 'Freedom. After Cray, Ernest Jackson. Rutledge Pearson and driver's house at 1828 W. INVESTIGATED FOR when they got off
29th St. He said the wo- ATTEMPTED AUTO TKEFTPoliqe Vause said the asked
While" along with the marchers. his NAACP' ers and others made up the local man's husband came out him to feel the man envelope !

Bob & Little and big ones, young ones and old contingent. The local press tried to play of the house with a rifle are holding two with the money in it.

HOpe the but and held it on him while male adults and a Vause said he consentedand
ones were on hand at the Myrtle Avenue Ball down the number attending protest the
beat him with
woman a Juvenile for investigation -
told the true story. when he opened the
Anita I 1 Park the other night when James Brown and the television screen hose. of an unsuccessful envelope on Sunday, it '

EKbSIg .' company staged a benefit for the James Weldon Carolyn Riley Clarissa Grant and Shirley The woman was arrestedby attempt to steal a car filled with paper. "'
New York. Patrolmen J. Jacksonand from the Duval Motor lot 1'1'was
t Branch of the YMCA. The big spendersfrom Johnson all send greetings from Fgt. Musseau and Pa-
E. Jeffers Walker of 1005 W. Duval St. police -
hames and storing trolman CL. Hutchinson
All of the girls have are
and the
2nd Myrtle Avenue were topic- was treated at Duval reported. investigated.

cam of-conversation. Seems as tho they have their nuts for the- cold days ahead. Medical Center for Investigators said ai

., Arey Chrispin is on the eo again. The abrasions on the back, 1963 Galaxie Coupe was ROOM FOR RENT
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reports concluded. forced halfway over a Furnished rooms for renton I'
school teacher has been spoken for
liP EDGEWOOD popular S. . SS 555POLICE concrete curb surroundingthe bus linea-Pb. -356830
ahd everything is set but the date. She lot and that used

unge is engag edto,. a former local boy who has SEARCHING Over 100 Others to Choose firm
.... .
made good in entertainment and catering FOR SHOES THIEFA

Glorious Kntertafnm NightlyVfZ date.circles in New York. She w m' t tell the clerk at a Davis R. S. EVANS3RD

Our man Al Crawford played host to the PIANO WANTED & MAIN

editor and Al Wise in Miami last week. The Party Will Pay Cash "Jacksonville's Most Recommended Dealer"
CALL SP> 1-4290
STAR gang took in the sights at the Cadil- j EL 4.8381 EL 48382

lac Hotel in the Beach. The boys also are| Acute Asthma

V.L1 3 members of the exclusive key club at the Attacks 50 PLYMOUTH, $95
p ,
hotel. Up from Miami to spend a few days, ...Now yteM.sp.dlly; .CwcUac.t* dtMonry cfcvknUr kypirvtary -
.., .,
{ was Nell "'Nipper" Darby. Willie Foster u or I.*..,ptlBfol..tupt.s.r..laJ.cUs..Wo.d.rh/gy.......No.d.*wdtlaf 0! .flr No dnm SR.Uv me..- 62 PONTIAC BONNEYILLE C8NY. $2995
ta rMtorinf fr o knathiac. Now
and Sue entertained him royally dnT'i"g his vaiUblo without prMcriptloa..A.flto.rdr.ttl.t
for Dr.OuUd's Gron Mount*!*
CUMtU or Compound.VBAM.MOUND Factory Air Conditioned
brieg visit with the home folk.

The "Boys in Blue" want to know from IMVICI

'Hizzonner' when doef he intend to give 4ceaIoAc5't 58 Chevrolet Fordor $795 i

the lieutenants' examination. Some of the

fellows point to other cities in the local MADE TO MEASURE SUITS Like A New One

officers. When we look at some of the "boo

boos" Hizzonner pulls, we think that 11 e TORRENCETHE 61 FORD T-Bird CpI $2695 '

does not really want to be govenor of the TAILOR
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the invisible
state. He sort of forgets

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Labor Day brought about the usual slew of '
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