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 14, 1963


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


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

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


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s Firm's Siltsmiii TtstifitsHt VOL 13-Mo. 24 SATURDAY SEPTEMBER T4 1963 15 CEV i

,t WoU--A salesman Hm for an AcctptaiORLANDO Orlando home construe National Convention 'Firstt1j1RNA CARS'COLLISION KllL }fl:4

1 tion firm which has been banned by; the Veterans

i Administration for violating the President's anti- y 'f

discrimination order, said Saturday he would hare

'+ accepted a deposit for sale of a home to a Negro -- SIX DADE RESIDENT i

t.. if an offer had been BadeTestifying .. ........!............. ,

rr. before a who claimed his opinionwas .
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three-aan Veterans Administration personal and not a ; Auto's Flaming Pyre Ta I!

factfindingteam coopany statement. Principals Say Plan UnderwayTo ,
Lives Of Two Washington I
was Aaron Asher, a Taking the stand and

salesman for House and acting as his own counselwas Train Top-Lvel PersonnelWith I MIAMI---A car traveling in an op ,

t Home ltd. Asher s test- Norman Rossaan, head the hiring of an administrative sec- direction on Route 60 Monday, abo-

I miles southeast of Yeehaw Junction, crosseda
imony was in answer to a of the firm. He said that retary this. .week at the company' main.

coaplaint lodged by; Dave the home under questionwas Minnie st..*o-ffl e'plus 'the" removal of signs ..; y center line hitting an oncoming car heads -

} : ,with six occupants of the twc vehicles
Johnson, 40, an assistant
I not among the group designating race in the operating facili-
meeting instant death. One lone survivor
Cocoa High SchoolS eligible for VA loans and ties' restrooms the local NAACP Branch arid1'

assistant principal who appraisal, thus.kinc it sleeping on a rear seat, was hospitalized
the Daylight Groceries chain officials have

charged he was unable to impossible to fall under and is listed in fair condition with a
arrived the
in complete agreement regarding broken .......*...*..*...*.*
purchase a Bel Aire subdivision the Veterans Administration MOVING UP--American Legion Department Commander upgrading of qualified Negro personnel to jaw. Y

category B.T. WASHINGTON GRADS lived at 1396 Alberta St.,
w home on Merritt: William Kreity (left) is seen turning over the top level positions with the training of

Island because he was a Y 01 Ills Jiilfd commission of Vice Commander to Carl J. Johnson of employes for all .departmental supervisory Burned to death. in one Coral Gables

Negro California. Johnson is the first Negro to ascend ""'jobs to begin immediately. *.....*.****.* flame enveloped car were State Trooper J.J. Maxwell -

Sine July Miss Lynn Johnson of 2310 said the Jones' vehicle -
Asher said Johnson never ... to the post which comes by rotation.. The promotionwas This week s agreement by ,
attempted to buy any' home Rutland St. Opa Locka; traveling IB aa opposite -
TALLAHASSEE The First made during the American Legion's 45th national the principals involved been held on several occasions -

on Herritt Island because District Court of Appeal Miss Mary Collins 24, of direction, oroMed
convention held in Miami this week. climaxes over twoyearsof recently to iron

he was a Negro. here last week was asked (Al Crawford Photos) for all 2351 NW 74th St. Miami, a center line, the two
by St. Augustine parentsof protest action by the out once and any
Asher said Johnson never both graduates of BookerT. cars meeting head-on.
four sentenced Ju-
NBC NAACP which was Initiatedby further disagreement between -
Mhmii e rDeplores AppointsTop Washington High School into
attempted to buy any' home veniles--two girls and Bursting instantly
picketing action by the the two parties.
In the subdivision which two boys--all under 17- Newsman Class of 1957 and Mrs. flames, the Jones' car
years of see to releasethe Plan complaintantslater reach- Spokesmen representing
have become included Catherine Jones, 52 of burned all three ooenpants'beyond

Bight 'four' youths on bail. Stating "We To TY- Staff .jfjLng, arbritation. stages.._ ..both........ ..the.. NAACP and, Day-' .. "
( 'fn the Presidential Tb JuTeniles'!ere ruled .MIAMI : 3BM aMa"UUWMPa t kvMBkLJtfmj\ \ ajtrpy* ::: -1228:; NW-65th 'SL .Miami. ,*-! 'roeop\lfce f" culminating in intermit- ,ligh t voiced approval ., '
regret that kind of y -to -
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delinquent "
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the car ,> driver of
:?. Comfort 70
order.'ECOIlCYICAL '
business thinking ten\improveoents amicable decisionand I
levied against them Jones, 25, has been named in emplO1eremploye over the
SUICIDE following a July demon- NAACP leader Rev. theo- .# :' 1 that not RETURNING"HOME the car, had bean retiredfor
to relations. expressed
taking the stand stration in St. Augustine dore R. Gibson criticized editorial assistant ; Mrs. Glynne Johnson Dan- several years. He and
Upon and were sentenced for Tuesday' decision by producer Don Roberts of However, officials and only has employer and em-
said he told iels, twin sister of the his wife Ethel, 56, were
Johnson was
and breach of Miami radio station an-
trespassing the HuntleyBrinkley representatives of the ployes relations improved
by Asher that it would be peace by St. Johns County nounced by the station's deceased Lynn, told a active workers with white
NAACP felt that the long and the community at .
report and Ed Conklin, .
Judge Charles Mathis. general manager Murry iP !
Temple Methodist Church
suicide' to
'economical ifcen parents of the four Woroner. Manager, NBC News Operations awaited promises given by; large will also be ol .i
Their daughter -
sell him a home in the Juveniles refused to Further stating that it was announced the company were long mutual benefit to all nere.

This guarantee that the youths Dade County has made so Mary, 19, attends
subdivision. was
would participate in no much progress in estab- by John thomp- overdue and meetings have concerned.Negroes9 Florida Southern College.

concurred with by Ashertal&rnal further demonstrations, lishing an All-American
son, Western Division
the girls were sent to community" Fr. Gibson Waive Coast Guard Opens
for NBC.
the State training School pointed out thtt."We Manager Exam To Sefi'tofs

AcceptingJob for Girls in Ocala and shouldn't be going backat Jones is a native of

the boys wer3 to the this point in businessor "" Trial BY Jury MIAMI. FLA.-With acfaoojs

ApplicationsThe t Marianna Boys' School.Jacksonville in any other way to ... ... throughout the nation

attorneyEarl segregated thinking." :>, .;t-.t.
.. OCALA -- Defense attorneys demonstrations againstthe
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Board of U.s. Civil M. Johnson told the Should the switch come 1r back in seseioa, the U.S.
: for 30-Negroes county Jail and down-
Service Examiners for the court he had talked with to pass, nine present Jailed here July 30 for town stores picketing. Coast Guard is reeindlng ,

the parents advising them lAME employes will face
Internal Revenue Service, participating in civil Arrested on a variety of high school senior boys
to accept the judge's probably dismissal rights demonstrations, charges were 28 Negroes I
Atlanta, Ga., announces terms for bail; feeling namely: Dick Weise, production last week waived right to whose county Jail demon- LYNN JONES that the deadline to apply

that it will begin accepting that the parents are: con- man and announcer Jury trial and agreed to stration was in protestover for the College fetraacs

cerned with having the ; newsmen Jay i / let County Judge Lewis the arrest and jailing -
applications youth sent home to returnto Nolan Don Jordan and Myer have sol Jurisdiction of Congress of Racial An Board Tests which will be

Accountants an* Senior school. Allen Perkinson; Ed during the hearing. Equality field secretary7ev the basis for selectionof

College accounting stu- Miii SlittsAssistMCt Bassett, Danny Brown and During a previous bearing Aelony.All Cadets at the U.S.
Bill Alsbury disc Jockeys .
Judge Myers denied of the demonstrators
dents for Internal Rev- and Coast Gaard ANd 111 is
motions by the defendants' originally pleaded inno-

nue Agent Trainee positions who beams the King at attorneys to quash cent to charges and were November 8, 1H3. The CffiB

at grades GS-5 and For Elikrly Surf side show. charges levied against released under bond pend- tests will beheld In

WAME has previouslyfiled them by Marion Countysherlfr ing outcome of the motion
GS-7 paying' annual salaries MIAMI -- A program to cities la the
a $1.250.000 dac&fcb over liOOO
and better s office during to quash the tHul
of $4565 and $5540respectively. provide more
suit against two broad-
assistance for KEN. JONES United States a4 abroad'
casting rating concerns White Mother DeterminedTo
Dade's senior citizensis Los Angeles where he on December 7.
Pulse. Inc. and A. C.
The list of eligibles being geared to go
Nielsen. attended Fremont High Bitraace to tae coast .
Into immediate effect Keep Son In Negro SchoolA : $ _____.__ ''
established will be used
School studied at Los
with the naming of IlelrIlSSRW : MART COLLINS Guard Academy at New ij

for filling positions in Miamian Ralph E. Heasleyof Angeles City College, Moral Principle London, won I
Will Will STAR representative that
the Atlanta region of the the State Insurance Harbor College and Los MIAMI -- Despite being the target of through aatleawide competitive

Internal Revenue Service Commission's Senior to head( Fw PresRbnt Angeles State College numerous telephoned threats of violence, a the group was returning ex..atio.s.December .
Citizens Services
N.J.SoUd white Miami mother who registered her son from a birthday reunion
(Alabama Florid, Georgia the better information PRINCETON His major wasjouma11 in a Negro school here steadfastly stands exaaiaatld&s win i i
with Mrs. Jones' daughter,
Mississippi, North program for Dade County.As support for President Broadcasting, police her ground over an issue which she. considers be for the Ca4et class :I
one of the 20 senior in Bartow. Miss '
Carolina, South Carolina, Kennedy by Negroes was administration and Political a strong moral obligation.. Jacqueline which will revert to the
citizens coordinators appointed .- .- .- .- .-
Mrs Yvonne Pitts, wife Jones is alsoa *
and Tennessee). Host positions by State Insurance disclosed this week by science were included Jacqueline Aeadecr la I9 4to
of an airman stationedin Past records, accordingto
Commissioner and "57 graduate of BTff and
will be available one of the nation's top in the courses Anchorage, Alaska, Is begin the fear-year
state treasurer J. Edwin the survey, show that
.. North Little now teaches physical edu-
around July 1964, and interested Larson for Florida Hea- monthly poll surveys. taken In college : a native course of .Iftttrttttieethat ;
Rock Ark. The 26yearold the Democratic Party'can cation in Fort Lauderdale
persons should sley will meet with The survey revealed taken in college. mother of three led leads to a Bachelorof
didates have been shown
senior groups
file applications well in that Negroes are so oyer- Before coming to NBC her oldest son to all- Seieae degree and a I Ii
a regular basis. ever-Increasing preference i
Negro McAlaont Elementary Survivor of the second*
advance of that time for He., said that one of the welalngly for the Presi- Jones was a program coordinator cost swios as aa officer
School near the project by; Negroes since
and listed In fair
cocsl den tim. big problems is dealing dent at this time that for KIIX-TV where she lives rather car Jn the Coast Quard.Afplioajits .

with health insurance the Republican Party is than two miles distantto 1956. condition with a broken >> far the Academy -
Trainees will enter well policies now renewable (UHF) Channel 22 In Los go
the white school to jaw at Lake Wales Hospitalis must be a high
faced with
plaaned training program only at a company's op- a strategyproblemshould Angeles; news directorfor
tion. the OOP's, which Steven was as- 21-year old Laura Jane scheel graduate, aid
and chances for promotion KDAT Radio, Los signed.As .
He stated that most coo- WiTCH nIS ClOWN I Comfort who was returning must have reached his
excellent. responsible for enactment announcer for the result of her :
are panics are dispensing Angeles;
of the Emancipation principle, Mrs. Pitts' to Ohio Wesleyan Universfcr 17th, tat act his 22ad
>. More details say be had with the type of coverage KGPJ' radio Los Angeles;
which formerly failed to Proclamation regard them windows have become the I II8iII during the crash which .birthday oa JWy 1, 1M4-
fro- the Internal Rev- Radio-TV department, Los ,target of thrown rocks
cover persona over 85. t killed her parents, Mr. Cadet candidate mast
as lost? and and calls
Examiner an- phone
Angel es ;
ease Service Hoard of Examiners Such people must be told feis 9HQ I
In the 1960 election, asserting she would be I and Mrs.Harvey H. Cosign'and be 0.8. citixeaa, aaaarried -
,and civil service of the new type of nouncer-dispatcher Lot (Sii Pin 11)) '
the :
next edgar Even. .
coverage which deals with Negroes, showed a 68 percent her grandfather, J.H. of pod moral
Angeles Police Department still exist. .
intonation desks located support tor Kennedy -- -- -
on a
persona A graduate of Central I Hahn, 91. The fa.ilJr character'f
at many post o f fi cei. basis. over Nixon.

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I J1 iii. ,FLORIDA STAR ::': Politics As Usual

\ ,_n NEWSPublished .. BY ERIC 0 SIHPS8H
!, by, The Florida star Publishing Co Vice President Lyndon B. Johnson said
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'11 ember of *Associated'Negro Press" "'-....: l x t xt.L dramatic progress in increasing non-white

Lmv 0. Slln.5ln..WMplf ififtfAIYS1N f, j' job opportunities is being made by com-

i. .. panies engaging in the volunteer programof
:, .
.ti The President's Committee on Equal

: MAIM WIITEN.........CifctlatiM MIDI. .f k Employment Opportunity.

MAIN IFFICE & PLANT: G Mr. Johnson, chairman of The President's

2323 HHcritf Road......Plait ELgn 46782MailiBf Committee on Equal Employment Opportunity

',.. released a study of 75 companies who.have,.,

'. Address: ry joined the Plans for Progress .
P. I. B0i 561, Jacksonville 1, Florida I ID II affirmative action program. '

.. MIAMI OFFICE The firms, though subject to
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the strict requirements of .
: 138 NW 3rd Aie. Phoae 3771025 .- -- v NOM
i President Kennedy Executive

If SUBSCRIPTION RATES Orders barring discriminationin r.

i One Year. $600 Half Year $4.00 Federal or government con- SIIiFSON

Mailed to You Anywhere in the United States tract employment, agreed in signing Plans

Subscription payable in Advance for progress to formulate policies to sup-
Send Check or Money Order to: .,
.: =y. S ti .r L I i .. plement these requirements.The .

t FLORIDA STAR P. 0. BOX 561 yyVi c' ri. z t r.i study released by the Vice President
Jacksonville 1, Florida f
covers the development and district of

45,728 new positions the 75 companies \

; THE WHITE HOUSE during the six-month period from June to

t' December 1962. I

SMMNMt ly TIM PrasUMt W9 d:4: Using figures based on personnel prac ]

IHTER6RATIOH OF SCHOOLS MAKES HIS TASK MORE, DIFFICULT tices and employment statistics from the (
On August 28 1963
.d time the companies signed their Plans for i

We have witnessed today in Washington Progress, the Committee staff projected '

; tens of, thousands of Americans>th Negro non-whites could reasonably have expectedto
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1 and white-exercising their right to assemble You Weekly obtain 1,748 of the 45,728 jobs.

peaceably and direct the widest possi- But the reports show that they actually

.Il ble attention to a great national issue. received 11,274--nearly 25 per cent of all ]

: Efforts to secure equal treatment andequal' Horoscope Guide the new positions. 1

opportunity for alo without regard to The increase was most spectacular in the

l\\ race,: color,. creed or nationality are hourly wage category. Non-whites obtained

t i neither novel nor difficult t to understand.What ly PABLO The ASTROLOGER 48 per cent of all new jobs. Accordingto

is different today is the intensi the staff study, thsy could have expected -
fled and widespread public awareness cf 7 per cent or 1,676 of these ,positions -

the need to move forward in achieving BUSINESS LOVE TRAVELARIES They actually received 9,245--

F these objectives--obJectives which are .------.......--------- --.".. --""" ,-..----....----- 7,572: more than expected. .

older than- this nation. should be the upholdingof In the salaried positions, the Committee 1
and perhaps the supportof dangerous situations may
'Although this summer has remarkable
seen your professionals estimated that non-whites would ordinarilyfill
be created. You be
: a vigorous friend may
Born March and the
21st thru protection -
fy 1. progress in translating civil rights from April 19th will enable you to make sympathetic toward some of your good name .03 per cent of alo new positions.They .

principles: into practices, we have a very Despite the promising further headway in the of the offbeat movementsof among those who are your receivedhowever, almost 10 per cent 1

i long way yet to travel. One cannot help signs previously revealed direction you have cropping activities up here that are or peers or superiors. Out of 21,461 new jobs, non-whites rec-
the period that
f but be impressed' with the deep fervor aid is Initiated repeats.. the 7-40-77-14-47-741 there. 4901001756491CAPRICORN eived 2,029--1,954 more than expected.In J

the ,quiet. dignity that characterizes the emphasis on vocationaland 7-39-99-15-47-739 the Office and Clerical salary cate- I

thousands who have in tte Nation' service interests.Your CANCER
gathered 22nd thru' th3 seventy-five industries actually
ambition is further Born June 22nd thru Born Dec. gory,

Capital+ ,.across,- ,the. country, .--"to. demonstrate ;. aroused by, the prodding .:::.. July22nd. ':.? I LIBRA Jan. 19th decreased their labor force by 5,040. The
: their faith .and confidence in our, democratic or example of someone I Sept. 23rd thru; 1
; indices
Since your powers of ,Born The pace in your affairs minority group, j urging by past ,
who is in- 23rd
sharing your Oct. I
form of government. History has terests. A friend who observation should be may have been pret ould have expected to lose 151 of these.

seem many demonstrations widely varying seems to be Quite enlightened nothing, you short should of miraculous put You are still In the ty fast or the heat quiet Instead: they actually were given 1,096, 1 11
1 hands of destiny and debilitating, making it
character and for a whole lot of reasons or wise in the them to the best use
should follow the pat- desirable for you to new positions. (
ways of the world and of
As our thoughts travel to other demonstra- its inhabitants, may possible to further yourlongrange tern that it has estab- take any steps deemed These very real advances in the hiring

tions that have occurred in different very well sow the seedsin prospects.Put lished for you, providedyou necessary to revitalizeyour policies of the 75 companies studied were
everything you know what it is.. energies. There are
parts of the world, this nation can pro your mind will from which Per or hear down on paper Should you be unsure so many factors impeding brought about through application of poli-
security grow.
perly be proud of the denonstration that haps you have by now when believe you that have this cause will to follow your instinctsand progress that you should cies guaranteed to not only insure ojual
intuitive not miss the time away
has ,occurred here today. The leaders of discovered the secret prove to be very valua- they are not promptingsas likelyto from your desk to any employment opportunity but to hcrease

the organizations sponsoring the March and that prosperity will be ble with the passage of let you down. It is great extent. Since it opportunit s by giving specie attention
r_ yours only when you rely time. If romance comes
all who' have in it deserveour when you decide to flout is mainly your compul-
participated mainly on your labors your way size' it up for to recruitment, training and advancement 1
the sions that are drivingyou
conventions to
:appreciation for the detailed preparations and not on chance alone. its lasting qualities.This .
of minority employees.
force the pace againstthe you should not always .
that. made it possible and for 6-29-22-18-94-621 may heartaches.spare you The future advice of reason and give in tb the mis- Vice President Johnson said: 'When the 1

the orderly in which it has been circumstances that you taken belief that you
.Banner TAURUS blending of vision and risk buildings up pro- cannot do otherwise. 1963 figures for the 114 companies now in .

conducted Born April 20th thru instinct provides you blems and obsessions Plans fcr Progress are released, an even

'The Executive Branch of the Federal May 20th with a positive notionas against which you will 8207716fl6S27AQUARIUS greater increase of minority group employment -
to what it takes to have little defense.
Government. will continue its efforts to The period that is being. develop your talents. and therefore employment expectancy,

secure enactment of legislative proposals introduced further emphasizes 720551973725LEO 100771869197 Born,Jan. 20th thru, will be revealed. Through the volunteer

made to the Congress will be main all persons and Feb. 18th actions of these government contractorsThe
matters that are close
tained, including not only the Civil Right: to your heart.Throw all Born July 23rd thru SCORPIO When it comes down to President's Committee on Equal Employment -

Bill but also proposals to broaden and your energies into the Aug. 22nd Born Oct. 24th thru ;it, have it always saved is betterto more Opportunity is well on the way to
Nov. 22nd up
strengthen the Manpower Development and pursuits that could There are signs that than you need than toy successfully achieving equal employMent
bring fame or the
you domestic or public The phase that begins
your ,find yourself short. You
and Training Program, the Youth EmploymentBill whom RIGHTS
hand of the one you has FLORIDA AND CIVIL
associates are facing now primarily to do seem to have an oppor-
amendments to the vocational edu- would like to have by troublous times. You with your amicable ties, tunity to consolidateyour FLORIDA'S performance in the field of
cation the establishment of a your side for the rest would be wise to buildup club affairs and the economic position
progran of your life. The Tau- a substantial nest hopes that are paramount. through wider Insurance civil rights has been a so-so thing. We

work-study program for high school age reans who are not tied egg to come to their Considerable headway is :overage.more profitable are not way down in the cellar, according

youth, strengthening of the adult basic down by pressing duties rescue should the need promised when you heed investments and addi- ito the state advisory committee to the U S
should find this period
arise. You can make a the suggestions of youi in your
education provisions in the Administration tional deposits
most suitable for the with the Commission Civil Rights. But we are not
good start beginning allies and well-wisher*, personal or Joint savings: on
s education program and the amend- vacation that they may of a new phase refusing to be influencedby account. The phase that winning any good conduct medals, either.
welfare w rk- have missed earlier.This (late 17th). From the
ments proposed to the public on more negative starts on the 17th
again could open new then on. yiu should con traits within you. The emphasizes this point.It The juxtaposition of the
relief and training program. This nationcan doors to romance or the centrate 'your intellectual .Scorpios who are corn- should be made the report (completed last May)

afford to achieve the goals of & full most unusual experiencesthat powers on the Bitted to the theory that keystone of your whole with the swift march of events, however,
may set your feeton achievement of a single luck is attracted '
employment policy--it cannot afford to ( program for the-produc:
the rungs of the lad- and important objective.To personal feats of daring, that still lie gives it double meaning.

permit the potential skills and educational der of success. some Leos this may .confirmation hould find planetary of this ,tive ahead days of you. Some of the truths that it brings out :
capacity of its citizens to be unreal mean the arrival of I
around the
9-20-77-16-S4-927 financial independence, basic truth. 4-39-77-18-37-437 hare already been underscored

ized. to others the means of council tables of a dozen community rela
'The cause of 20 million Negroes has GEMINIBorn 11 Tine the kind of life Born PISCES Feb. 19th thru"f tions boards, and on the demons tratl/wi

been advanced by the program conducted soappropriately June May 21s 21st t thru they prefer. < March 20th lines in various parts of the state.

before the nation's shrine 2- 6-13-83-236 "'Born, :'Nov. 23rd thru i *
lunar'pha.ethat The committee correctly points out that
to the Great Emancipator, but even more Despite the lack f progress Dec. 21st The new
VIRGO sorely is being ushered in there is a dual responsibility in removing
the are
significant is the contribution to all getting Born Aug. 23rd thru Even you stresses personaland
wanted results you Sept. 22nd tempted and such.a possibility public associations.Although the stigma of second-class cit1..... .
mankind. should feel inside that is strong, you themselves tor fDltmembership
you have all Negroes must prepare
all will turn out well The power that has been would be-preventing the
"OUR PAST THIS WEEK in the end. Since the slowly building up with- attainment of your own the advantages, this eay: in the co r.mity, and the community I I
enable them to enlarge
period that is now in you may now. have ends when you allow must help by providing the needed. !
August 23 1917---Negro soldiers attacked on them even further.
reached the intensity
Initiated confirms that yourself to be drawn
atHouston.; Texas, leading to protest by feelings are where it must find an into secret att hZlenta. Your role remains that 'facilities and opportunities. i
Negro troops; 13 were ,hanged; 41 given closest to the truth escape valve. Mate cer- It could cost you dearly of a compliant partnerwho It Is, on; the whole, a constructive re 1

life sentences. The men, members of the 'this will not be idleconJ tain that you are fully both in cash and In the collaborate wad who port. It points out our shortcoming* with, i
24th U. S. Infantry, were executived for prepared for this event also may be subtle
eeture.In the mean loss of prestige to go
: :
them overmuch. The omphncte
influence out belaboring
to some
their alleged part IB Houston riot. far
a time you may be having by having planned against your better
Aagwat'24, 1847----Lifeeriaa_. independence difficulties getting the ahead and well enough to judgement in this re- through the must be on mat lies ahead'-'and the report II

proclaimed, .. '. family and others you know Just what to do. spect. The cycle that power of suggestion or shows this road must be traveled mjr all.

August 18. 218 BC---.African .pPror Hannibal love to share your beliefs If you are caught unprepared will endure for about intuitiveness.attmtlTe.A30'l1141t931 Be very. of us together. .
observant or 1
of thatev there is always thirty days discloses
began a hourney conquest and aspirations.It ,
+eethsfly overaa most of Europe. seems as if chance the risk that that your main concern (Reprinted from Miami Herald) 1

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Slated For ;

AMI MembersThe Mr. and Mrs, Prank Tim- Girl. Followup Action After D.C. March

Unity Class Is offering II
a course titled Girl. Graham; 2761 King Cole WASHINGTON, D.c.-- 'Write to Washington for Civil

Mr. and Mrs. Will Harris Dr. ; Boy. v
Dynamic Laws of Prosperity -
; Rights was the note on which representatives from
Mr. and Mrs. clay Burns
beginning 3706 E. Buckman Street; ,
3314 N. Myrtle Avenue; women's closed two k1
Girl. 36 organizations a conference -
September 18, 8 p.m., at

1778 Spires Avenue. If Mr. and Mrs. ClarenceP Boy. at the Shorehaa Hotel, The meeting was
Y 568 Caroline Mr. and Mrs. Marvin
yea earnestly desire to ; *
t Allen 1100 Steele Ct.; held Aug. 29 and 30. '
Street; Boy. ; jLI
find the true wealth of
In line with their com-
Women, the National
Mr. and Mrs Herman Mc- Boy.
life In Friendship.Love. the
mittment as part os
I Honey, Material WealthHarmony. Mlllian; 1302 F. 31st Mr. and Mrs. Alonzo national Women' s Committee Council of Catholic
Women, the NatioBal.. ,
Street Girl. Rutledge; 2171 W. 40th -
,, Self-confi ; for Civil Rights, theorganizations'
sociation of coloredWomen'
dence. Travel Getting Mr. and Mrs. Dan Lee;' Street; Girl. representative -

out of debt, or your 1264 W. 19th Street; Mr. and Mrs. HenryStewart recognizedthe s Clubs and NCNW.
5616 EarthaDr. Convener for the his-
hearts desire, you can toric meeting Miss
find the answer by attending Mr. and Mrs. James ; Boy. utilizing their resources fas
Dorothy I. Height NCNW
Mr. and Mrs Willie
these classes Murray: 1599 W. 21st more fully to achieve
Street; Boy. Heggd; 4323 Bessie Cir.; President and member of
and learn to use the full equality.The .
Laws of Prosperity. Mr. and Mrs. Harold Apt. 2-E; Boy. Conference was the President's Commis-

r These classes are free Jones; 5639 Minosa dr.; Mr. and Mrs. Isaiah called by the National sion on the Status of Women
as well as the
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wt and open to the public. Boy. Cheeseborough; Council of Negro Womenas '
National Women Committee -
Bring composition book Mr. and Mrs. Eugene Steele ct.; Boy. .; a follow-up to the s
Mr. and Mrs. Lo felt zo for Civil Rights.
I and pencil. Mrs. Sallye Evans; 1120 Fairfax March on Washington.
Cross; 1517 Fwift ot. ; The stressed
1K. .' women
R5W ** -w w "- "
Boy. T" itiBh
C. Wannu er,a licensed ; Boy and Girl (Twins). REGISTRATIONS: went well despite. the flurry at the start of the Leadership Con*BMai NCNW is a member of the legislative acts as the
Unity Instructor. This Mr. and Mrs. Nathaniel Council for United Civil
Mr. and Mrs. Carl Walton
Sukes NCNW staff, Washington, D.C. and Rose Young key to full citizenship
work Is affiliated with Tolliver; 4616 Moncrief erence. Here Ruth national Rights Leadership. The
'j 529 W. 17th St.; Boy. rights and pledged an
the Unity School ofChristianity Road; Girl. Mr. and .Mrs. James Research and Action AssociatesNew,< York Citydispense name tags and informationto latter includes the fol- all-out 'WRITE=: FOR
Lee's Mr. and Mrs. James NCNW PHOTO lowing major civil rights
Brock: 1522 Davis St. ; eager delegates. ( RIGHTS" campaign to be
Sunlit Missouri. Murray; 5534 Poemack St. ; groups: National Association -
; Boy. launched Immediately in

I 1 J Socially S pea kin g J Fashioneffa SetBy Guests. Elizabeth Return Hayward HomeMrs. National Colored for the Urban Advancementof People League;; local success After communities.examining of selective proven

TrichologistsTrichologists and son Otis L. Hayward: Council of Racial Fquality buying the women
Beauti- have returned to their ; Southern Christian
vigorously supported a
'j'' Dr. and Mrs. R. E. Smith send greetings from is a long-time friend of the honoree); a dinner home in Savannah, Ga. Leadership Conference;
cians League Local 38 national selective
Student Non-Violent Coordinating -
Washington D.C. where guest of Mrs. M. R. Peters at Nobileo's and after having renewed
they are enjoying an extended ; will usher in the fall Committee.The campaign and will refuse
if season on its official friendship with local to buy products from
vacation several events at Bethel Baptist Institutional
call of the Conference -
.. _" > opening date when the, friends while visiting firms that still segregate -
Church;= an informal brunch in the home of her their aunt. Mrs. RebeccaG. was to bring
t group presents aPashionettaHair Jacobs of 400 W. 17th about united action for in personnel and
cousins. Guests included Mesdames Herschel
: 1i; .. Styleextravangza merchandising practices.
4 / "' Street. civil rights. Representatives -

Bailey, Margaret Mathis, Rosamond S. Lawson; C.T. Sunday Mrs. Jacobs is con- attended from the * *

The Ken Knight Drive home of Miss Alaethia Jackson Lillian Alston, Ruth, Solomon, Julia in.ept.Mt.22 Herman from 4-6 Recrea-p.m. valescing from a recent National Council of Trade With Firms

Joyner provided the setting for a welcome partyfor Hazzard, Annie Ruth Williams, Joan "Spaudling, tion Center Fifth and3Jt. illness at her home. She Jewish Women the Ameri- Star Advertisers
is also the aunt of can Congress of Jewish
members of the crew and band of the Ariadne, | Herman Sts. 'Mrs.
Ir T.P. Geiger, Iris L. Knox, Frances, Johnson, Marguerite -' Capt. Thomas Hayward.
Callie Jackson, president
b stationed at the Municipal dock. Victor Reid, and Miss Mabel Wright.- announced. :

i leader of the Ariadne's band, was the guest of Mrs. Williams is a member of Alpha Kappa Sorority With Mrs. Wilma Mcwhit James Community SAVE NOW !

and Miss Rose Telfair
; a past national chairman of the. Music, ,Committee Center Slates
serving as chairman and
Enjoying the festivities were: Theodore A.M. ; organist of the First Baptist Church, anda 63 MODELCLOSEOUT
k co chairman respectively -

..Y'I Suarez, Jr., Clenford Henry Levy, Luisito Leconte, teacher at Carver Elementary School of-Tulsa'. a bevy of attractive Organization PartyThe

0. Schlaer, David Silvers, Francoisidin Nemorln, models will display the recently constructedJoe !

: ,. latest in Milady'.s fall E' James Community
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Catherine and winter fashions in ::::enter.Hurst and GrunthalSts.
I Pittman, Miss Vel Ions, Albert G. McLeary, -: .< ..;:'.n..A''p. -... $l-rJ ii.--: ''-addition: to originalhat are inviting all SOUTHSIDE FORD

Basil Walker creations by Mrs. interested adult men and
Mrs. Rosalee H. Shannon, Mr. and Miss Vivian sutton of New York City is visitingin
Jackson and 'saucy women to attend a plan-
and Mrs. Eddie Baggs, Miss Clarice Williams Mrs. Jacksonville. She is the guest of her father wiglettes which are presently ning session Friday night 5303 Beach Blvd.

Lillian JohnsonMrs. Sarah Smith, Noland Alphonso, G. A. Sutton of 1269 West Twentieth Street. taking the Sept. 13 at 7:30 p.m. in

Henry 0. Robinson ladies' world by storm. the Center.
Mrs. Elizabeth Harris, Mrs.
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!, Daisy Mae Hamilton, Mr*. Alma Warren, and"Mrs. .s.s.s.s.s. .... ....s..e .
Lillian Reed. .

Among visitors to Jacksonville during the Labor

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f Day week-end were. Mrs. Aver G. Butler and Harrison
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Miss Florita Reed was honored on her birthday, z rn m .
Mrs. Butler is associated with ,Atlanta Life In- FERRELLDIAFVIONDS J
I with a party given in the home of her godmother, R E
surance Company in Daytona.Mrs. .
Mrs. Thelma Sallett Small. of any Ii..fl"/
Deshields is Registrar at Betuune-Cookman purchoi
brilliant selection of diamonds
Guests included: Gail Curtis, Renee Lilly, Evelyn Diamond prictd froi N.Re111 i!

Ccc>>eland, Carrol Phelps, Thomas Bevel, Bart .ra A. eon ele. Gleaming Elegant that blaze with excitement at

Hall, Sherly Jackson, Carolyn Jackson Bernard Brewster Mothers APPLICATIONS FORLICENSES 4PieceSilverplated SUPER-VALUE prices! Ii

I Reed, brother of the honoree; and Mrs. Mae Reed, Resume MARRIAGE '

the honoree' mother. MeetingsThe Benj.) Scurry 2184 w. CoffeeSERVICE IL i Whatever the price you wish

J Brewster Mothers 45th St.. 41 and GlennieM. Tea or to pay, our diamond rings are t

club held its first post Johnson, 3230 BreveDr. ? unsurpassed for Beauty and I

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night in the hospital's Wilson Phila- CONSIW 0 : li V easy to select But difficult (

Mrs. Lois Avery, Mrs. Robert Powell, and Kenneth cafeteria with Mrs. J.F. delphia. Pa. 21 and sn1 T r p to duplicate in value! .?.
Davis presiding and Amanda Williams, 1032
; Powell were guests taking the cruise the Heavily '.
among on f
Miss F.H. Hurley, auxiliary Jessie Street. 19. plated (( _- .hSilw i MAT NED
Ehangri La last Friday. The groups reported an interesting director, servingas Albert Gray Jr. 4240 ; WIDF

principal speaker. Lockhart Dr. 19 and __ An Iryl I :, 9'* ON
and enjoyable visit on board the ship.
The main topic on the, Bernice Roberts, 1084W. I. 1 K bide 8, G rf 0f

agenda centered around 21st Street, 18. I ,// ,. .4 I. w yfllfw rill ,W r, N f b./, 11

.......................*...**... the annual fashion show Johnnie James Jackson,

which will be held In 1119 W. Beaver St. 20

December in conjunctionwith and Myrtice C. Rose, 728

The Classic Committee for the Bethune-Benedict the Diana Shop. Cleveland Street 17. SOLITAIRE
'=..1 ,.. _.,. ENGAGEMENT
Football Classic has announced that a Queen Con- r ,' S. ouR st.J0 A wIUN
loW $99,95IICI
test in connection with the game will be launched its Pepsi '''J DIAMOND ,
now NO DOWN ,
September 6, and will close October 14. BRIDAL PAIR MONIlT Will .; h

The winner will be crowned at the Pre-gatae dance for those who tOW I, of 1.ArA:

scheduled for October 18 in ,the civic Auditorium.
think young
The contest will be Halted to females 17 years q' 'lbs EYecutivi'Q'
New "Twist" r
of age and older.Application blanks cay secured Fop fls,, BRIDAL PAIR ice" DIAMOND RING

from Mrs. Annie M. McIntosh or other members cf 4 r V ?l t p+ tOW 9S lOW
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$100 A WIII(
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Mrs. A. Bernice Willlacs of Tulsa Oklahoma Is

visiting her cousin, Mrs. frma Q. lord and KiptasL. T

Green In their Moncrief Road home. 4i 6 0

Mrs. Wllllaas and Mrs. lord enjoyed visits toB1rw1Dah. r'., ,. .
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... Alabama; Talladega, Alabama; Atlanta, ( -=- ; __ '. _

Georgia;; and Tallahassee.

Solitaire Threesome DIAMOND 11 DIAM4N0
while In Jacksonville, Mrs. Williams was enter L
F-r --' ouR LOW PlICI r
tained with a bridge party in the home of Mrs.T.P. := j c M Au $99.95 Au s
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Geiger; a trip to a seafood dinner at the home of if.fdw,. RMr $79.95 NO RINGS MCNIT DOWN IINOfD..1 No MONEY SOWNC..LMiff I
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12.00 A Will
Dr. IDeS Mrs. T.M. Christopher (lira. Christopher
NO MONtE DOWN $1.30 A wne



Yow Wfl |.Toll b Pius. w...R Whit*..TiMU I I..WJUCwttaf YOUR CREDIT IS GOOD. USE IT!!!
It w4 Wkrt Mr It Duo to Corroe I*. If Y.. kHnTrhtft MATCHED

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1 VttttATUM etoo0 olw ANe st3 $4UN A l DOJU People ire in till mood for fun than
ICA I CALL CHRONIC CMMAKB 0LYItIAGO days-and part of the fun >is PepsL raw rRKt ..
Ui 1UCT And nothing drenches thirst! PSI-tQA y1. Kr..i..11..w
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oNLTr.M.- fuMN rr..N.. r.J; e east Entity
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i COMPLETED---The various committees of Womens' Department who have been selected to serveas Captains and program principals shown seated from Wright Mrs Dorothy Webb, chairman; Mrs. Battle I

a Emanuel Baptist Church have completed plans for program participants. They are, from left: Miss left are: Mrs. Estelle Barney, Mrs. Mary Barney Thomas, pastor for the day Mrs. Marie Boston, coChairman

4 the annual Womens Day observance which will be Gloria Barney, Mrs. Maggie Camon, assistant dir- Mrs. Maggie Canon Mrs. Joan Barney, Mrs. Pinkey Mrs. Wilhelmina Schell Mrs. C.I.

featured Sunday, Sept. 15 with a daylong series of ector; Mrs. Joan Barney, director; Miss Partin Henry and Louise Jones. Standing from left: Mrs. Williams and Mrs. Rosa Gi bLs.

-events.-..In. photo (left) are members of the Junior Speights, co-chairman, and Miss* Patricia Thomas, Jessie M. Walker, Mrs. Ruth Morris Mrs. Johnnie (C.J. Simon Royal Art Studio Photos) I

k I I Rev. J.D. Madison Fountain Chapel Holy Church Of Dr. J.C. Sams Reeleded To Sixth Terms Philadelphia Observes Board Celebrates OBITUARIES I

'I To Preach Sunday ChurchRev. Sonnie Hays Singletary.

Using his topic 1 AME. F.w. Jones, pastor, The Living God Nat91 I Baptist Confab Vice Proxy Womens Day, Sunday Its AnniversaryUsher 1233 W. 14th Street. ,t
;t' Hate Myself for being sot Is requesting that all Sabbath School at the Convenes Here In 1964 eBy Alberta J. WilliamsRev. Board No. 1 of the Henry 27th Street.Vereen; 1617 E.
k trustees and stewardsmeet -
Mean to You; I Could Church of The Living God. Church of God in ChristNo.
Friday at 8 in Joe Johnson; 1045 W. ,
Kill Myself for TreaUn'gYou p.m. 1912-16 Meharry Avenue r- 4, successfully
the church auditorium to 12th Street.
the Way I Do," Rev. will be held at 10:30: a.m J.C. Sams, pastor of Second Baptist Church, climaxed its 23rd anni-
discuss important business Mrs. Carrie Kelp; 16 I
J.D. Madison will deliverthe with Superintendent P L versary program Wednesday-
matters pertainingto was elected to his sixth term as the vice presi- Woodlawn street (St. t
sermon Sunday during Coleman in charge of devotions night. Sept. 11 at 8 o .
the 11 a.m. morning the church. Classes are then dent of the National Baptist Convention of America r clock Flder W.F. Faust Augustine).

worship at Mt. Tabor Bap: Sunday' School starts at arranged for study- under at Dallas Tec. ,last week ................... host pastor.The Oscar Street.Aaron; 2106 Venus
9:30 with the 1
tist Church. Fifth and the instruction of Deacon following featuredthe
; and While at the meetingDr. elected to National Ellis Walker; 5603 Dun-
Mt. Hermon Streets. superintendent Coleman. Mrs. A. Stubbs program:
I The regular order of teachers in charge.: Rev.. and Miss; P. McTier. ', Sams assisted the positions.Mrs. Scripture Mrs. Helen mire Avenue. \
Jones is asking all of Mrs. Laura Getzen; 1203
service will prevail with The lesson will be reviewed Watdon; prayer Minister
the choirs, stewardessesand Rev. Dr. C.D. Pettyway, L eona George, E. 26th Street. \
Sunday School beginning ;by Flde"r Di Faulk. Samuel; mistress of ceremonies -
ushers to serve the President during the Children Council Com- Miss Ethel Harris; 2220
I at 9:30 a. m. ; mornIng pastor Mrs. Carrie Kin- t
worship. 11 ,a.m. : BTU at 'during. the 11 a.m. ser- Evening service beginsat major business sessionsand mittewoman. Mrs. W. A. .r sey; welcome address, N. Myrtle
vice. Edward Dorsey 5715 Car-
5:30 p.m. and evening 3 p.m. and will con- was also active as Mesdames Luclle Rhine-
s Departmental officersand Smart of Lakeland, MRS. W.D. TOWSON ver Circle.
worship at 7:30 p.m. Rev. tinue through sundown. the General President of lander. Susie Brown j
members also Ministers Wives and Mrs. Jennie B. Davis;
i G.L. Cherry will deliver are requested Bible class is scheuled Mrs. Bernice Gaines Jessie: Blackshear, Vei-
to contact the Progressive Baptist 7 60 W. Duval Street.
the sermon during the members ,every Friday night at Deaconesses Council Mrs. Salone Sermon and nette Lane, duet Doris
7:30 o'clock service. and friends ,to 'attend 7 o' clock. YPU Sundays at State Convention of member. Mrs. Gussie Page Gray, Fankins and Dorothy Mrs. Flora Williams;
Sunday services.::. 5216 Moncrief Road.
IIc ,ev. HT, Oyerstreet, choirs : 6 p.M..' .with. ,President- ... Florida., Mrs. Estelle Dicksonof will be, principal speak- Herring.Mrs. N, stalling
The will Wheeler GIlyard 3135
pastor of Mt. Tabor, is. present: 'Metier in charge. Evening ers during the morning Mother McCoy .and Mrs. N. ;
t on his vacation and is a 15-minute song service': service begins at 7: 30.It. Among others active and Avon Park consul tat 1 worship, afternoon and Durham Folder Jesse Wil- F.dgewoodvenue..

F visiting the Carolinasand at 7 p.m. with OrganistNeal II!. elected to new terms to the Junior women evening programs respectively liams and Elder Faust. Mrs. Harriett H. Sloan;
Bland serving 1765 W. 19th Street.
other points of as Bishop S.P. Rawling when the women Officers of the organi-
accompanist. were: Rev. R.H. Wilson, Workshop; Deacon Sam Daniel Samuel; 928 Monroe f
1nterest. will be present at the of Philadelphia Bap- zation are:
:church on Monday night reseats as corresponding Davis, Layman State t ist Church cele ate Mrs. Mary B. Mills pre- Street.

Sept. 16. The Sept. 18 secretary of the parent Presidents' Council their annual Women's Day sident; Mrs. Bernice Robert Martin; 1764

SAVE NOW service will start at Comaitteman and Rev. B. program SUnday. Sept. 15. Evans vice president; Grunthal Street.
body and representativeof
Robinson 636 F.
7:30 p.m. Services will Mrs. Edna B. Calhoun is Mrs. Letha Banks secretary Leroy ;

be held throughout the the Foreign Mission G. Hartley Moderatorof general, chairman; Mrs.E. ; Mrs. Hazel Pope, Union Street.

63 MODELCLOSEOUT day on Thursday, Sept. Board; Rev. H.H. Robinson the Council.In Mathis, co chairman, treasurer; Mrs. Minnie Mrs. Lizzie Shine; 1726
beginning at 10:30 a.m. and ITS. E. Green will Rankins Mrs. Carrie Eaverson Ct.
of Bradenton, Chairman addition to the
with the bishop pre- serve as pastor for the Smith, and Mrs. F. Levy Mrs. Ollie Lynn; 2107

siding. of the National above named pens ms, a day. .program committee. Lewis street.

Members Include: Mesdames William H. Mitchell; 1430W.
Evangelical Board; Rev.E. large number of other
JOHNNIE'S HOTELFREE Laura Shepherd, State Street
SOUTHSIDE FORD ministers and lay'reople
Armster of Clearwater Ward Roberts ; 1781
TV IN EVERY ROOM Virginia Stuart Gertrude
741% W. Ashley-Jax.Fla. cmnnitteman to the Nat- from Jacksonville and Events.will get under- Folsome. Grace Williams Francis Street.

5303 Beach Blvd. For Reservations, Call onal BYPU Boar other parts of the State way during Sunday School Beaner Gillis Mrs. Moore Willie PiakatGII; 312 F.

TO 5-4025 Mrs. H. R. Mill er, sec- were in attendance during at 9:45 a.m. with Mrs Columbus Fverheart. Henry Ashley Street.
Newberry serving as guest Banks and Charlie McRoy. John Hart; 219 N. Myrtle
retary of the State each session. Avenue.
superintendent, assistedby
Presidents' Council of Floridians will be de- Mesdames Juanita THE PEOPLE Walter w. Koon ; 1604
Louisiana street. !
Brown Alzina R. Clayton.
830 Cassat the National Senior lifted to, hear that Ella M. Stevenson Novella 'SPEAK OUT! Master Grover Marshall;

Women Convention, Mrs. Florida will be the setting Williams Claudia 2172 Woodside

1824 W. Beaver G.C'. Vaught. secretaryto for the 84th Annual Daniels. Mamie' 1'. Fields, t

President of the Mrs. Addie B. Hayes and
Session which will con-
L 21oCAnONS TO, Mrs. A.M. Frazier. street.'I
Senior WomenMrs.Amelia vene with Bethel Insti- will be-
SERVE YOU Morning worship

Houston committevoaan tutional Baptist Church, gin at 11 a.m. with co 1* 1ii

chairman Mrs. Fgeaory
to the District and during the month of Mathis '
presiding. Program
BY POPULAR DEMAND WE REPEAT State Presidents Council September 1964, with the features will be providedby J

of the Senior ifomen. Rev. R.H. Wilson, as the Greater Zion Grove and
BIG FREEZER SALE Mt. Olive Primitive Baptist -
Mrs. H.L. Alexander of host pastor.
Churches choirs. _
Or!en do.Youth Counselors Meetings Set Vadame F. Green Jeanette i
Following resumption of
Boggs Daisy Foster, Ca- )
Council; Mrs. Agnes
+a uv the school year, regular
IUf .ur retha Bird, Mary Murray.
Dean Junior women Fin- weekly meetings of ute
/FRONTS \ I HINDS Ararat Baptist Church'sGirl Mrs. Ella M. Stevenson;
ance Committee; Atrus speaker, Mrs. Bernice
Scouts Troops 249.
100 200 S7800LBS. Fleming secretary to 318 313 and 226 will be Gaines. Usher Board 3 of
S3900 LBS. a= $49wM ShIloh Baptist Church
the parent body's fin- held on Tuesdays at 4

A.... T= A..,. ance committee. Rev. p.m. Mrs. J.E. Davis will serve.
nos. rNC nw.39c Madam Green will pre-
scouting official announced -
Lb. 39c Lb. 49c L6. Sams and others re- this week. side during the afternoon I a

program beginning at

3 p.m. Devotions will be

GRADE "A" FROZEN Qi WHEN YOU ARE ILL led by Mesdames Reatha

Brown and Essie Mae
i PREMIER Is Headquarters for Edwards.
MEATY You Seek The Best Doctor
Participants are the
When Your Doctor prescribes
TURKEY NECKS u..............uvt JOe u.6 us. Philadelphia's Gospel
Get Experienced Pharaacists

TURKEY LEGS ..................SAVI %OC ,.3 ui. .- ...According to Your Doctor' Chorus Mrs. Shirley Sire KEN KNIGHT
Mesdames Delia Collins,
Orders we use Only The
TURKEY WINGS.............,..SAVE JOe'L..3 L,:. Ur. C. E. Black: Lois Cain, Daisy Walker, **.'>
best Quality Drags

'TURKEY TAILS .............:...SAv E JOe u. 7, us Proprietor Mrs.Miss Eunice Thomasina Taylor Wilson Mrs.'. Invites You To Listen To4"HYMN -.


LI. 25c.00 A COMPLETE LINE OP B. Calhoun and Mrs. TIME'fStarting {

Cosmetics Rubber Goods Candies Sundries Salone Sermons
Baptist Training Union
will hold its session at
At <; ,

BACON : 31Watcfc Lilly's Drug Store McCoy 5:30 ,P-B.presidIng.. Mrs. 'Lucille :

10:00 .
Mrs. Edna B. Calhoun 9:45 p.m. .

preside General cha during irman.evening will Nightly -of;

1807 MUGS ROAD EL 3427S
worship which starts at

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lie A. Jansen A&T Prexy Coaplite Pays Brief Visit Second Baptist I

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'New Pre x y Peace CapsGREIISBORO Stint : Church Activities:

Services will be held I I
N.C. Dr.
Of Cunningham0' s In the Second Baptist I Immediate Delivery
1 Samuel D. Proctor, presi- I
Church Sunday
beginningwith I
dent of A&T College, who No Interest No Carrying Charge I
the Sunday Schoolat
has been on leave for the I 1
9:30: a. D. L. C.
past twenty-months with 4 Chester assisted by the Spence Auto Sales! I
the U.S. Peace Corps, returned -
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" last week.Short11 to. his post here will be in charge. 1 4th & MAIN STREET 1 I

Pev J.L. Hall, the
after arrival 2
assistant pastor will OPEN SUNDAY _S
5 4 Tuesday September 3, he .IY.I'/.I'/ VKWitffZ&Mens
reveiw the lesson I
and Dr. L. C. Dowdy dean r
"Joseph In Fgypt" and t
of instruction who served
deliver the sermons for

as acting president the major services.Consecration L I
during his absence, were I
1 closeted in an hour long services I I i I'
for the choir and usher _
briefing session. More _
board deacons and
conferences with key per
deaconesses will be held
sonnel at the college -, -.
at 10:45 a.m. Womens Childrens
were scheduled for the ,
; J following day. Morning worship beginsat

,c In an earlier state- TOOTH LEADER---Leroy A. Washington (center) former Sax Youth Council leader,, 11 o'clock.At BEACH ZORISiLimit
3:30 p. m. District
: LEO A JANSEN ment Dr. Proctor expressed has been vacationing during the past week with his1'motherMrs. J.w. Cleveland
25 will its -
sponsor annual
the belief that
During a recent special he had learned much 2056 Mt. Herman St. Mr.. Washington is Youth Secretary* at Bedford YMCA Brook 'Fellowship Tea"

'I I meeting of the board of about the needs of the lyn, N.Y. He is matriculating at Springfield YMCA College's extension division at the home of Mrs

directors. Leo .A. Jansen Loretha Bush. 1021 west
j, people of the world and in New York City and plans to take full time study at NYU' s School of Social 13th Street
was appointed president was better aware of the
} and general manager of opportunities and the Research. He is shown explaining the youth program to Rutledge Pearson, Jax Baptist Training Union

1 the Cunningham Furniture challenges which face Branch president (right) and NAACP official, Quinella Jones.Woodlawn with Mrs. R-H. Morris-

; Co. the appointment becoming American college youth. sette assisted by Ale-
'xander Heard will be
affective Sept. 1. He had high praise for 1 i I Sizes S.M.L.
Presbyterian Stanton Grad To One Marcher Dies held at 5:45
it has been announced. the splendid job accom- p.m. t 1j4 1
Choir 3 under the direction Per Customer Asst. Colors
In connection with the
I. 1 plished by Dr. Dowdy CHURCH NOTESBY
Study In California of Mrs. G C
announcement, Jansen during his absence and 1,700 Received Fantastic Value
turned in his resignation Vaught and usher board 1
; I was pleased with the progress L. N. PEARSON SP.
will serve throughoutthe
as vice president and the college has
day and also for the 1st Quality Seamless Your Favorite Colors
: manager of the Haverty Various Treatment
i made under the letter'sadministration. '
Sunday September 15th. '
Tuesday night services. :: pairs
Furniture Co. with which Sizes 9.12.Cinnamon
he has been affiliate! Church School begins at WAfHINcrm (ANP-Oiarles weekly activities include Nylons
II 9:30 a.m. in the oodla .
since moving here from Approaches Graduation Schreiber of New York, a the "Prayer of 67C
Savannah. Ga. in 1933 United Presbyterian Faith Hour, which will Reg. 1.00 per pair Honey Beige
Church at Cleveland and participant in the Aug.
f Immediately following Miss Joan Metier, a be held Tuesday at 7 p m

; nursing student at Stan- oodlawn Poads with the Deacon R..w. Jackson
I : his appointment. Jansen 23? civil rights march here as-
Till 9 P.M
I I. ton Vocational High 'superintendent: T: stated .
that a redevelopment Mon.Thurs.Fri.Acy
died at
School expects to Huger in charge. All officers Cfeorge Washington conduct the devotion and
and redecoration '
graduate in the Sept. and teachers .are University Hospital after the assistant pastor
program will become affected -
at once at the 13th class. urged to be on time. All suffering a heart attack. will give the Inspira-

I Miss Metier is a memberof children please bring '3. tional talk.
Cunningham storeJansen' Schreiber had marched to SEW
The Church of The bibles. ... The Sunday School and
s civic activities -
/ include membership Living God where she The Morning-worship the Lincoln Memorial and Teachers Council will

service will begin at meet Friday night at
serves the choir
in the Committee of 100. was listening to the pro-
and is president of the I0r55 A. M'. Rev: F. !). 7 o'clock. Mr. Chester

a director and: member of church's Nurse Guild. Wilson, pastor will WALTER COPELAND IIIA gram when he was strickenHe will be in charge of the
\ t+t. Luke Hospital's
executive committee, vice Elder Dothan Faulk pastor preach the sermon, supported recent June graduate was 56 years old. business session and the

is urging all of the by the ,United and Rev. Hall will conductthe i.c'z.
-t. president and a director form New stanton Sr. Three others who took Bible
church's members to attend Westminster choirs with study.
I of the Southern Industrial
"t the graduation exer- C.F. Simmons Jr. at the High School. Walter part in the march ere in
Bank. $GJC Receives
cises and to organ. Rev. Wilson is
He also serves with present Copeland ,III left the the hospital.
doing a commendable job slits r l
gifts Miss
to Metier.
Gator Bowl Association. city Sept. 1st to matri- James Hayes of Morris- Testing EquipmentST. t
as a minister of' ood-
f Navy League. Meninak JFK AuthorizesNursing culate at Conpton Junior
lawn Presbyterian Church town, N.J. was being
Club.The St. Johns Dinner
HomesThe He is a man who has CollegeCompton, Calif. PETERSBURG Gibb I'LL LOE
Club the Seminole club treated for an intestinal
faith* vision and a Junior College student All MERCHANDISE THE 5a1'I1GS1M
the River Club. San Jose Veterans Administration strong determination to where he plans to majorin obstruction. His condition will be working wit QUALITY

Country Club, the Morocco
Regional Office has
always press forward. Geology. radioactive chemical
was described as satis-
Temple of the Shrine and
been informed that the
His church this year. Participation
programs are
Mr. Cbpeland is the son
Hendricks Avenue Baptist factory.
President has authorizedthe always well planned.The of two scisnce instruc-
Church. Veterans' Administrat United Presbyterian ofMrs., peloris Qpe.l and Miss Ann Barry, 23, of tors in Radiation Biolog You Are Welcome To Your Friendly

Royal Palm Meets activate and youth will meet in the of 320 Elm St. and of Institutes will make this
t Sunday AfternoonAn operate facilities and sanctuary of 'the church New York, has possible. Downtown "Discuunt Family> Shoe Center"
the late Walter CopelandII.
beds to care for 2000 Sunday at 6:00 p.m, Members pneumonia. Her conditionwas Frank Pierce attended

important meeting of nursing home type veteran and friends are Invited .. He is the grandsonof fair. the eight weeks Instituteat

I the Royal Pain ChristiansClub pati eats. to attend. Mrs. Mrs. Edith Copelandof Tuskegee and was given Sensational Yafue!
Mrs. Thelrm Morris, 51,
will be held Sunday. The authorization was Fredrick D.) Davis will a $700 scaler rate meter For In-or-0ut-Door-Wear

Sept. 15 at 3 p.m. in the reported today by John F. play for the Youth pro' 62 Oak St.Sister also of New York was to be used by studentsin

c home of Sister Farnestine Olea on. Jr. Administrator gram. W.K. Harper has i t Cohen being treated for acute testing for radio- MM

Stevens 5046 Cleveland of Veterans Affairs, volunteered his serviceto active chemicals in the
s Road, Mrs Mary Dixon stomach trouble. She was ;
who said the 200 nursing assist with the youth Plans ProgramIn atmosphere Peter C. uSelffs"77e

president, announced. home beds would "be operated -* singing. in fair condition.More William attended the

All members are urged to Tuesday, September 17th Palatka than 1,700 marchers Radiation Biology

t be present. the United and West- Institute at the University -

were treated in hospital of Michigan. Sizes S.M.L.
minster choirs will rehearse ;

in the FellowshipHall emergency rooms or first- Gibbs had three others .Lea they-like

NOW of the church at who attended National
SAVE 8:00: p.m.Wednesday.. aid stations near the Lin' Science Foundation In-
September ; BON'T PAY MORE
: Cushion Soles
Mid-week Prayer coin Memorial and Wash- stitutes. Thousand dollar
1 18th. : grants were also awardedto
63 MODELCLOSEOUT service will be con- ington MeDorial during
jjjVVsjVSISTER Leroy Johnson who attended -

ducted in the church Conferenceroom at ; the 'pro gram. University of / : I e1 I ,

of the Tenn. and C.B. Keene

1':30 p.m. by Flder f S. Wilkins' Fans who attended a Psychology
Formerly A S. Beck Shoe ftrro
SOUTHSIDE FORD Olin Pearson and Deacon Institute at Beloit

G. Hargrave.On Sunday.. September22nd Trial In Miss. 1 College. Wisconsin.- --

5303 Beach Blvd. there will be a

Special Evening Service. ROSETTA COHEN:>> JACISONMlss--CA

of this BEAVER STREET SEAFOODSHeadquartert
The purpose program -
will be to begin Wellknotn gospel singer trial of Roy Wilkins,

Quipping our church and director Sister NAACP executive secre- for the Finest and Freshest Seafood Available
kitchen.We urged membersto Rosetta Cohen will tary on charges of Interfering -

come and bring a Brother Higginbottom goes smoke crazy-He keeps smoking fish and shrimp
friend.On feature a recital assisted with trade line and singing that famous old tong "Smoke Gets in Your Ey,.,"-So come on

Can you Sunday October 6th, by other local been set for Sept. 9. over, smoke your pipe of peace and gst a piece of smoked fuh.

the Church School will individual singers and TO OUR JEWISH FRIENDS AND CUSTOMERS WE WILL HAVE A FULL SUPPLY Of FISH
name 6 treasons render a program in the Saturday night,
groups here on June 1 as he 1 ed POt OUR COMINC !IN IT
fellowship )all of the Beaver Street' Smoked Fish Dept. IASTIIN AIRIINIIVIA: MIT JIT

Martini devotees church at fi:00 p.m. All Sept. 21 at 8 o'clockin an anti-segregation SPECIALS-Hot From the Ovens LIVE MAINE CHICKEN $4 29 I!

members and visitors are Triumph The Church SMOKED MULLET 59c LOBSTERS Each 1 ;
Invited to attend. demonstration sponsoredby u.
prefer the sGordon's and Kingdom of God inChrist A Few 1 11/4 Lb. $4O
The reactivation of the the NAACP branch In SMOKED KING MACKEREL LB:59c
Hen's Council throughits 1306 Olive St., Live Main i Lobsters Each
Martini? committee appointed Jackson. He was released Smoked SPANISH MACKERELuSSc MUM 6IIN

for-this purpose is in Palatka. under $1.000 bondHAaLEM'S __ SMOKED BLUEFISH u. 59c FLA. LOBSTERS L. S5c

dire need of action to Accompanying sister FLASH MOZIN

CD To this day,the ancient pot still methodis harness the men to take Cohen to Palatka will TNt FINEST HOTEL N SMOKED!! SHAD FILLETS *.59c! LOBSTER TAILS ? $149|
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used in distilling Gordon's Gin. 00 Only their places with other ::d7111III A WCIAI MIOCINIOTTOW IICIPI HUM HOICK

gin from the heart of the run is bottled for organizations of the be Brother Saaay:: Hinson, .......-4............ SMOKED SHRIMP THI5 WEEK $125 TURTLE. MEAT STEAKS u. 69cStvwnppricM

Gordon's. E 51] Gordon's uses only juniper church. Mrs. The a Edwards, -tins=:=: r1....Swts. ONLY LB. ,.... It realty o umi t/s 0*>o*",

berries and other choice bo- <4>ol for fw human palate
Grant, Sister LB. ... .
Missionary PEELED or 9"90 but B -f Sf SofoeTMI
tanicals aged to the peak Riffcts Infer SHRIMP 5 PIGS.N4I t..os rn..r r..rcnl- I'

of maturity. I'EQ Cordon's Ethel Goode, sister ......uM. ..."CR COOKED stoNI SHRIMP SIZt WILL"ISM HUDLISS TOW MIMtfW 4XLAtM MR .

is extraordinarily dry. Di his Dies Viola Vickers and Mrs. M. HUM HIAM.US LB.
ce&Jc5t 1'i ..iiLL FRYING 1IU I
r GO] Gordon's has a dis- ACCRA. Chana---Dr. wil- Carolyn Lewis sponsor SHRIMP SIZE LB. /9COCEAN

tinctively delicate flavour. ham F.. DuBois 96, one the singing groups. n B O SHRImP SIC :
U( Gordon maintains its DOLLAR' SALE LB
of the early civil rights S
GORDONS The public is invited.Rev. MADE TO MEASURE SUITS ... ..
exceptional quality because leaders in the United niBHCAiOTKUUn..5Lte. PRISM WHITI CftAS MIAT. UVIISN :. :.':. : :.i111.,0
it still harks back to States, died here Tuesday Frank Russ is host I .... CLAW cau riNSItS Pw C.. .... $142SI
SUllIJ.1mft+ IT WitiilHtl KING\ MACKItIL ITIAIU Li.PttSH ... .
Alexander Cordon's original r night. WATtS CATFISH, LL .................
pastor. .. ....
I formula created in ., ,.., liD SNAmK, a... '..*..*... Lft. .... Sle
.... ..
England in 1769. Reasons LoilS.o iiDAt TAILOR ............4 Ik lUNG CRAB CLAWS errrmi., I2-O. fk'. ., $1.1. .HI

GIN LmliJIDT Oil. FRESH CAMT DRUM KING..CIA.. CLAWS.... .. 10.U.. Cwr/N..... .. .
enoughforeajoyingaGlorious .: .a ....4 Us. C l in M L Lfc. "
Expert Alteration .. ,. .
Gordon's Martini KEROSOffi HOME DELIVERY PAN FISH ..r..4 Us. MAMCO DAINTY IMA UTTU.MS.LOtiTU LB.MIO. .TAILS. .. ..U... ....$. .....
\\ wouldn't ? Dry Clea II -01t.r V.AIf1.P h Ctsw.....AI LUCia Sin RIDA15 roff BAKINC u." .. lie
soon, you say ....
Snf..1 As.r.d M a... .
Ike Joseph ------------------- Proprietor IRISM CAU6HT ftOUNOIR. U 4f.
State and Jefferson Streets El 6-9432 Dar TRUCKLOAD SALE FRESH CUT STEAK FISH . . . LI. 59cCOOXI9

PMMCT Of atx tmua LOOM w wiwx renuiwea 612 Bread St. ANISM tOMTU TAIL TAILS .INK TM '
,Mfnua tEpl ail M no*eaijari on $OiTS+IL& cull MEAT lOHTIft AIMTi.
Leading Hair Preparations lacbsarilla. Fla.


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' TALlAHASSEE FLORIDA NEWS A I Future Medic ScHlly NCHHS Direction

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J.; Capitol City Notes Vice Prlxy It is very easy to fall into the groove of accepting -

quantity for success standard. Many of as

James L. Tookes, chairman A.E. Martin and Dr. M. Following a vacation NEW YORK Appointmentof have fallen into such a groove. the ordinary child

: of Division 7, area C. Williams, president period in Nassau; West .+!"" Charles T. Williamsas
, chairmen, captains and and secretary respectively Pain Beach and Miami, a vice president of will get the biggest appe out of the basket for
., ,,,,,..a.-'- .r, i' rt
other workers attended of the local unit of II n. Leola Jeffersonher ; ,.... Schenley Distillers Co., himself. The biggest piece of pie will be the
. the kickoff daughter Nancy Jefferson a major sales arm of
meeting of the Frontiers International first to be missing among adults to which the pie
this ear' S'United Fund Club, have returned Sally Man Jack- Schenley Industries,
Inc., plate is passed. This might not be true under
Drive meeting Sept. 12 to the city after son and Marva Wyach have was announced by

) in Michael's and All having attended the or- returned to the city. Lewis S. Rosenstlel. social observation,but pass the plate while others
Angels reported a Host chairman and president.A .
Parish House. ganization's national They
are looking the other
bit way, and we will usuallyget
Guest speaker was A .. convention. pleasant stay. more than a year
:. after the true
I Brown, this ear"s UFD Williams joined results.I .
0-0-0 the'coapany he receivedthe
general chairman. 0'0 0 knew of a young lady who lived in a remete

1 Mrs. Catherine M. Ross, F President's Cup
0-0-0 Mrs. Beatrice Amos has who visited friends it award for outstanding section of the country some years ago. Pie enjoyed

Teturned to the city Boston and PlymouthMass. J achievement. His most immensely all social events given in that ooa-
Dr. Elsie Hill Wallace after having attended recent assignment was as
New Haven
and Hartford, munity. The greatest values at all the social
is at Boston assistant
< University the funeral of her niece Conn. and Jacksonville, national sales

1 where, as a recipient ofa Linda Wright who was the reports being pleasantly E manager for Melrose Distillers affairs which seemed to excite her most was the

one year academic fellowship victim of a Sept.:: 1 accident rf Co. also a
entertained by relatives quantity of 'boys' at the affairs. As a boy, I
she is studying in Sanford. The and friends.a Schenley sales affiliate
"Problems of Reading victim's mother Mrs. w z ,Ii Williams Is .a native of wondered why that the quantity of 'boys' was so

from Kindergarten through Georgiana Wright is Mrs. 0 0 ar ,. ., Nogales Arizona, and important. I thought it to be my business, maybe
Secondary Fchool." While Amos' sister. Funeral was educated at the University -
READY FOR STUDY--Lovely Sandra Cooper, 19 year-old it wasrf t.
at BU, Dr. Wallace was services were held on Recent visitors here of Southern

cited by noted authority Sept. 5 in Sanford. from Hollywood were Mr. FAMU coed is shown on Florida A&M University California at Los Many of us today are not too far removed from

on reading Dr. Donald and Mrs. Chester Lark who Angeles. During World the quantity standard. False standards always
campus on the first day: of classes. She is one of
Durrell. She will be one 000Rev. were hosted by her mother War II he served with
of the 15 outstanding Mrs. Daisy Kirkpatrick and the many students returning to the historic insti- distinction as a fighter cause us to misuse our values. We use valuable

1 teachers who will work John H. London has her br. ther, Leroy tution commencing the secmd year under the new pilot in the Army Air time, energy and capital on that which has a minimum -
with children in the returned to the city Shavers. The visitors Corps in the Italian
after trimester system. Miss Cooper, a sophomore pre- worth. When our standards are not reliableour
Education Clinic. she having spent a two are the parents of the campaign and won seven

will return to her Fla weeks vacation with his late Luther Lark who med major is the daughter of Mr. and Mrs. S.J. battle stars, the Air motives misdirect our total life program.
parents in Gainesville. Medal and Purple Heart.VVVVVV .
ASM duties next June. graduated from Florida Cooper of Tallahassee, Florida. Reliable standard is found in quality rather than

laW and the local public Photo
( Beasley )
0-0-0 o 0 0 schools. quantity. The quality of service that a city is
J able to afford its citizens is far mare importantthan
KUZZIHS TOP 10 Statement t By Sec. Of State Tom Adams
New School Personnel boasting of our population increase.Certainly
Frankie and Johnny,Sam '7n: anticipation of the 1964 primary elections
we liketo do something to attract people. But
Cooke. Fingertips, Steve and in order to comply with the Election_ Laws of t
J Following is the list of Mrs. Annie L. Dene field. retary; worked as secretary the State of Florida, it is a pleasure for me to that which we do to Increase their opportunitiesfor l
Wonder. 3. Leave Me Alone '
,\ new instructors and non- Science and Social Stud tor dean of instruc- ; announce that I have established a campaign depository wholesome living and wholesome contributions ;

Instructional personnelwho ies; formerly taught at tion at Payne All: ege. A Baby Washington.. MemphisOn for re-election as Secretary of State. In to 'Abundant Living' are of most si nlf1cance. We
Lonnie Mack. 5. That' s addition I am pleased to report that Mr. C. J
have Joined the school Rosenwald High, Panama graduate of Ft. Valley Dwight Darby. CPA of Tampa, a member of the accounting may have the Increased number without the service

I system this year: City. A graduate of Payne State Coll ege.Fort Valley What My.Heart Needs, Otis firm of Darby Darby and Odom. will serveas and opportunities, and without success; but we

Redding. 6. Down m Bend my state treasurer. lenge to me.
INSTRUCTIONAL' College, Agusta, Ga. Ga. __ A cannot have the service, opportunities and numbers I
taken "At the
THIS action; is ; ; ; same time;
Nims School: Ramon s. Mrs. Edwina B. Martin, Nims School:. Mrs. Arnie ing Knees, James Redding. with the realizationthat however let me hastento without success. Our foundation for serving more .

Baker; Industrial Arts; Health and Physical Edu. and Mrs. Josephine M. 7. For All It's Worth, successful campaigns acknowledge that increasing people adequately will be stronger. Quantity that ,

one year's experience; cation; has returned from Cols en, cooks with five Bobby Blue Bland. 8. Monkey for statewide numbers of grows out of quality is a safe guard against time. I
public office in Florida people4 throughout the
Time, Major Lance. 9.
Florida A&M graduate. maternity leave. years experience Mrs. have, of necessity had state are urging me to The above assertions bring to my mind a scriptural (

Mrs. Joyce R. Hatcher, Mrs. Doris Sneed, Arts; Florence Williams, lunch Tango, Tango, Cannonball their actual beginningslong become a candidate for referenceMatthew 72427. All that we say and all I!
Adderley. 10. Organ Shout, before the dates Governor. It is an honor I
Mathematics; five years a Florida A&M graduate. room manager with seven set for qualifying in for any man to be so considered efforts which we apply, whether they are big or R
Baby Cortez THE HIT: Mickey -
experience; graduate of Lincoln School: John E. years experience;Flon Ha the spring of each election and for these little, are tested by ..Alreeing or disagreeing

Spellman in Atlanta.Mrs. Lawn nee,Biology; A graduate A&U; Mrs. Janie L. Hans. s Monkey,The Miracles. year. As the con- expressions of confidence matters little, but the facts do matter. There are
stitutional office ,! am deeply grate-
Haveriy AppointsNew
Eo F. BruceLanguage of North Carolina berry, cook with one !I charged with the responsibility ful. While certainly I many of us who are building our lives on the

Arts; a graduate of College, Durham, N.C. year's experience.John Official if super- would cherish the opportunity quantity standards: The biggest crowd, the biggest 1

Florida A&M. Miss Gurley C. Reed, G. Riley: Sonny J.P.1chardson' Homer G. Brunkhorst, vising the elections for greater bank account. I invite you to look down the telescope I i
process I feel that service, any decision to i
Mrs. Frances H. Stall- Mathematics A graduateof physical edu- who has been very active such action is necessaryand seek such a position of time.' I

I worth, English and Spaln- Alabama State College, cation instructor with in community civic proper in view of leadership and responsibility NBC Appoints Vet Htwsmtm
the provisions of the must based on I
ish;six experience; Montgomery, Ala. two years experience. A affairs has been
years -
appointed Florida Election Code more than personal desire NEW YORK N.Y, -- Ken Jones is a native of

a graduate of Florida A&M Mrs. Evelyn Powell, Die graduate of Florida A&M. vice presidentof and my intended politi- and good wishes. Jones 25, has been Los Angeles where he attended I'

tician, has returned from Mrs. Sallie Leonard,lunch- cal effort. named editorial assistant Fremont High j I
Griffin School: Mrs. the Haverty FurnitureCo.
maternity leave.NONIKSTRUCTIONAL. room manager. A' graduateof 'Opening such a cam- Gibbs i Included to producer: Don School. He also studied j
Alice Thompson, Englishand of Jacksonville, paign deposmtory for Roberts of the Huntley- at Los Angeles City Col- \

Social Studies; form- Florida A&M. Mrs.Grace Rawson Haverty, Atlanta, the office I now hold Minds SearchST. Brinkley Report and Ed lege. Harbor College and !

Bond School: Andrew Williams B. Fitz returns from maternity also presents the opportunity Conklin. Manager NBC Los Angeles State Col- j
erly taught in St. Lucie, Ga. president of the to translateinto PETERSBURG Gibbs 'News Operations.
and Theodore Collins 1 ege. I
Haverty Furniture Companies Junior College is one of ti
Brevard and Jefferson action what I have i,
NEW BUS DRIVERS:Leroy said so often in recent four area institutionsthat : : : : : : : : : : : : :
Inc !.
Counties. A Florida A&M announce
graduate. Griffin School: Mrs. Burgess, Miccosukee area: Brunkhorst will super- many weeks pe and pIe months about to our the included an organization in a search for The Big Throe On WRFI !

Lillie S. Strange, Sect Wade Braxton, Bradford- creative minds. 1
vise operation of the state who have inquiredas

ville; Albert Whitehead, downtown Haverty stores to my current political The aim of the Founda-

,. *.,: tilt MIAMI.J=a.A Charlie intentions. It is an tion is to find students
y HAMPTON IW" '" 1\ Miccosukee area; at Laura and Duval Sts. who
: :. honor to server as Sec- can produce any idea j
S. HOUSE MOTEL and VILLAS Williams, Wadesboro. and at 6156 Beach Blvd retary of State, and the that can result In a new .

,., tofr* OccupancySwbMttM Mrs. Alma Green is a privilege of coptlnuingto product or case improvement .
PMl M ., __ ltk.CMkttfl*,Mtf ttttMTMtitlMi with do so would afford an In existing products ,
i! .... lau. Air CM.H.M. ,/!u PAMIM lunchroom manager The appointee is sec- ever-increasing chal- on the market. -
WEEK-END SPECIAL three years experience, .
Drive up Friday leave Sunday Afternoon 1-4-1-0
is graduate of Florida. TALLAHASSEE BOYS WANTED
."' '..,. .3 Days only $119$ a
Ptf "f
P M. Miss
2 Nights tfwbi. Lincoln School: ; ,
*occup.flttM ,
- Yon Earn Cash Selling Tbe FLORIDA STAR On Your
Mnd MW !lIOn InfornMUom Mary L. Collins, school
SendfOR Name . secretary. A graduate of Apply 2017 Owea or phone 222-3025
FAMIIY Address . ... .. ,, RadioTallahassee
Coll ,Jactsoa
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City State R'
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H 327 North Macomb Street. 0" I s
I I retary of Downtown: Coun-

I 45 S LPs ....- = I cil and is chairman of
the Free Downtown Bus
Committee. He is also
1 Dial 224-4B16 I -- ---- -- sasassol,,. chairman of the Greater s a ,

Jacksonville Sunday

Closing Law Committee,
past president of the

Jacksonville Retail Furniture
Phut 224-4032
Association and in
GUARANTEES to read your ENTIRE LIFE -past present and future. 'n yy i

s She asks no questions, but WILL TELL yon what you want to know 1961 served as presidentof aaD STOT'

giving dates and facts of business, love, health and. family the Florida state .. .

affairs. Tells you whom you will MARRY and when. If the one I Furniture Dealers Association. ,
,you love Is true, and what to do to be successful Will unite .. .
the separated, locate absent friends and relatives, cause happiness I
r between MAN and WIFE. Make up lover's' quarrels. Tells He also participates 1
.if sickness or bad luck is natural enemies, evil influence and actively with the Issak

bad luck. Does not tell you to please yon BUT will tell the troth One visit
and the
Walton League "
will rtpay you for disappointment in all others. I not only read your life

like an open book, but I also help you out of your troubles. Medina and*I Gator Bowl Association ,,. .. a .

divine healer. and Is a aeaber of St. .+ u ,.
K ....tVt
COIF AND SEE why you are so unhappy, why everything seeas to aa wrong. Why bead Johns Lutheran Church 1 / .r .
and downhearted, sick and worried when yon can be helped and everything r .. ,/..-.--<''i' ..

made. clear by consulting THIS GIFTED ADVISER.BVBIYOME DoE

welcome. NO MAIL AKSWStBD. I make no house to house calls. She will SthllKlCICAIITTlt

prove that yon can obtain your desires. Everything sacred and confidential. 1 r 1GOVEI

Mafia Tina is licensed by the State and County. Located peraaaently la bar ... Beef at i its Best

Dora hose for many years at 2902 S. Monroe St. in Tallahassee, Tl a OPen Use k. 'a

daily from 7 a.a. to 9 P.a. and Stadays froa 1 p.*- to 9 p.a. Ot COMPOUND

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;:, l SIMMY SEFTEMIER 14, & I .. FLORIDA -SUR"PIPERS t. PIlE 7CfekwfVs t.u .


Qviids DM Relief Popular Exhibit Features Exposition Realty Men Pledge Raisfef

I \. From Many Onside Sources Of $100,000 Rights War Chest

CHICAGOANP) -- Chicago's one-third of their present combined CHICAGO (ANPPlans for Negroes on a nondiscriminatory -
rare quadruplets were saved J307 monthly rent for an annual $100.000 "War basis.
from the relief rolls,last week their : Bowery Savings
two apartments.This offer Chest contribution to thecountry's was one of the Nation's first
when organizations and Individuals will be studied by the Rev.E. leading civil rights hire in
to Negroes
,r 1 t learning of the desperate G. Cehlen, pastor of St. organizations were announced positions and to establish a
financial situation of their Anselm's church,which is lead- Sunday. Sept. 1, following con- color blind policy.
mother, Mrs. Delores Harris. ing a fund drive for the fam- clusion of the 16th anmal convention "Our loss record to Negroes ,
came to the rescue. ilies.
of the National Association is revealed '
extremely low.
A home for the two month The family has received calls of Real Estate Brokers,Inc. Scbwobt. "Non-discrtintoti R
old identical girls, and their from persons offering baby The association represents is conondcallywiseaadproperand

18 month old brother food food clothing, and money. About 1,200 Negro realty men in 122 just policy."
clothing money and provisions $500 in cash has been re- The 1964
} for Mrs. Harris 19, to com- ceived. convention will beheld in Phila-
plete her high school education Mrs. Harris said she will use delphia.
seemed In, close prospect by some of the money to enroll According to the associa Ad Agencies

1 the end of the week. in night classes at Dunbar Vocation 1 r tion's new president. Q. V.Williamson -
Meanwhile In Superior court. high school and study fora //I .r.r of Atlanta this special Receive 6 Point
Judge James Crosson awarded secretarial job. She had not fund will be divided among the

custody of the quadruplets to been able to afford the $8 tu- NAACP the Southern Christian Plan FroM NAACPNEW
1 Mrs. Harris and ordered the father ition. : Leadership Conference the .
Bernard Harris, 23, to ,
i.e. committee on Racial Equality YORK -- At a meeting ;
pay $30 a week toward their and the StudentNon-VlolentCo- with 102 representatives of 56
r support while separate main- Medics ConveneIn ordinating Committee. major advertising agencies

tenance suit Is pending. Mrs. Mw' "The Negro real estate bro- spokesmen for the National

I Harris said her husband to date I Hawaii i ker has been a pioneer in the Association for the Advance-
had contributed only $30 to thefamilys I t V struggle against segregated ment of Colored People pre-

support. HONOLULUANP) It has housing" said Williamson an sented a six-point program
i '""As a result of these babies' never occurred to Hawanans ardent supporter of Martin Lu- calling for greater utilisationof i

births, I think the young couple" even those in the medical pro- ther King. This civil rights war Negro performers and other
might get back together again fesslon-that the Negro has suchan 9 chest is another way of expressing personnel in advertisefnentt in 11
the,Judge said. "At least,that's y
organization as the "Nat- our support of the national all media of mass communi
what rm encouraging." ional Medical Association." drive for the total elim- cations.

Mrs Lawrence Smith. Mrs. But with the famed Biltmore Y ination of segregation on all The meeting held here on
i Harris' mother, said the couple Hotel In Waikikl over-flowing fronts. He said themoneywouldbe September 5. was arranged by
separated last March 5becauseof with 107 physicians along with raised through the contributions the American Association of
I marital difficulty. Mrs.Harris wives and children from August and activities of local Advertising Agencies at the request -
believes there is no chance 16 through August 23. they have branches of the NAREB.At of the NAACP. The a-
the marriage can be saved and become highly respectful of the the same time, the con- more than two-thirds of U. S.
Visitors to the of their
plans to seek a divorce VIFW EXHIBIT-- Century Negro quest for educational fulfillmenteconomic
I on
organization.Local vention called for an extensionof broadcast. advertising volume.
grounds of desertion. .newspapers gave the Progress exposition in Chicago crowd around the independence and general welfare. The exhibit was President Kennedy's Exec- The NAACP program also
t A west side woman offered convention wide coverage especially utive Order of November 20. called for a new approach to
I, to rent a home to Mrs. Harris its scientific sessions. exhibit by the Department of Health, Education and one of the most popular at the Negro progress fair 1962, which banned racial discrimination the depiction of Negroes in die

\ and her parents for about"LONNIE'S Many noted Island physicians Welfare and learn how this federal agecny has which closed September 2 after an 18-day run. in VA, and FHA- media in line with the roles
participated. They Included Dr. insured housing. In a resolution played by colored persons in
moved with dispatch to aid all U.S. citizens in (APP Photo) American
Paul Y. Tamura Mental Health aimed at money lending Institutions society today. The
Division State of Hawaii, and that also make conven- demands presented to die advertising -

many others. Rights Telecast Castro Rejects Employment Sfepup tional loans, the 400 delegates representatives: by
Many local physicians and Gets $14,000 unanimously agreed that If Thomas G. Neusom, of Los
.I h their families gave cocktail Lauded CriticizedNEW Promised By "This Executive Order Is to be Angeles, NAACP West Coast

r parties and dinners for Indi- St. Louis ChainsE. truly effective It must be expanded area attorney, follow:
vidual members of the medi- YORKANPThe American Cuban Probe to include all lending "We demand die recognition
ST. LOUIS IlLANP-The 0 tPhilaaetPhI'a of the I
cal group. Revolution of 1963 institutions whose funds are simple truth that
Dr. John P.Johnson,F.ACP., the National Broadcasting Com job, breakthrough for Negroes insured in whole or in part 20,000,000 American citinens i
Chairman for the Scientific three-hour Kingston JamaicaANPCuba's continued as three food chains ANP--Welfare by the Federal Government. are Negro and each one a con-
pany's documentary (
Fidel Castro with a concerted agreed to hire more Negroesin
\ Assembly toldANPthattheses- television on the his- Commissioner Randolph E. Another resolution'auth- sumer. Therefore the contentof
sion "was highly successful"in tory of the program civil,rights struggle dislike for Jamaican East St. Louis. The victorycame ) Wise last week announced the orized the NAREB national office all future advertising in the
"We have all Prime MinisterAlexanderBus- after a second meeting between and all its affiliates basic media -
every way. from slavery to the present appointment of Roger F. Gor- push including newspapers
enjoyed minute of tamante's friendliness with the NAACP ,officials food for the appointment of qualified magazines radio and
;;:: every our presented on Labor Day drew 'don as Deputy Commissioner in
y //34 stay here. So far as we can mixed reaction of critics and Unite States has recently rejected store executives and membersof Charge of Youth Conservation Negro realty men to policy television must reflect the fact
see, Hawaii is living up to it the overwhelming applause of a plea from the Jamai- the East St. Louis Human Services replace Clement J. making positions on "all Fed- that these 20.000,000 con-
reputation-- can Prime Minister for a team Relations Commission.A. eral, sumers are represented in -
as a racially con- Negro viewers. Doyle who is resigning. regional, state county every
of social workers to enter Cuba & P., and National -
Kroger of
ON stituted and departments and stratum American life
paradise. city
the Is the agen- ;
Negroes for most part Doyle, 53. leaving
and probe the conditions of Jamaicans Food stores promised ,
tp that
Dr. Arthur W. Boddie,chair- considered the 13. cies concerned with housing. among these consumers incomes -
program an Impressive 14,000-a-year post, Sept.
J THE.J 0 B man of N.M.A. board said that chronicle of their there. hire more Negroes and a fourth Gordon? 50. has been the di- However the resolution did not range from that of the
association, which was foundedin for Castro said that the necessity chain, Tri-City Grocery Co., vision's director of field authorize a change of its po- unskilled laborer to the highest -
And waiting for you to mid 1890s, was "conceivedin American struggle equal rights as :did not arise because "Ja appeared to ready to make the .-- the Immed-operations sition barring it from partici- paid professionals and tech-
citizens post
dial EL 4-1611 and ask no spirit or racial exclu- critics' reactions ranged from maicans residing in Cuba are same agreement The A. & P. iately under the deputy com- pation in partisan politics.A nicians in the American so-
receiving the. same treatmentas agreed to put on three more "
siveness" and Texas-born white ciety.
for Cab 1107 Day. Law- does not foster banker
outright praise to constructive ssioner-throughout Doyle'stenure.
Cuban citizens. There is absolutely Negroes immediately..and,make, "In all
"ethnic the
opened convention with sponsored television
rence Bethel will be antagonism. critisms of the length and a- His current annual sal-. a
"In certain sections of the no purpose for the request. one Negro, now working part- hard-hitting appeal for the and radio programs and com-
there in no time at all chievement of the telecast,pro- ." time full time Kro' ary was $10,630.Gordon ; .
a employee.
country A.M.A. membership is banking and real estate Indus- mercials we demand the
duced attended both Central
and you'll arrive at by Robert Northshleld and In the Cuban Gov- not decided to add
denied the Negroexpeciallyisthis Chet and revenging ger only and Simon Gratz and tries to end racial discrimination dropping of present racial
narrated High was
Hagan by
your destination conveniently true of the South. The out- Frank McGee. Robert ernment, Bustamante has more Negro employees biir agreed graduated from Bluefield State In employment mortgage barriers and the immediate adoption -
and comfort Teague refused <; Castro request for a to seek out A Negro to of
a of
ban policies
sales and policy
standing is in Louisiana a Negro recently employed by 9w. va.) college in 1935. He property unrestricted -
ably. Lonnie's been a which has a specific law against NBC also ,handled some of the team of Jamaican athletes to be trained as a store manager. earned an MS in social work membership in their trake as- use of Negro per-
visit Cuba all expenses paid. National officials promised to. formers."
New Deal Driver for 5 Negro doctors belonging to A. commentary.The at Columbia in 1942 and has sociations.
M.A." The Jamaican Prime Minister give Negroes preference when been condidate for Earl B.Schwulst,chairman of [JOHNNIE'S RMWNG MIlS TJOHNNIE'S
and itself believed a a doc-
years really enjoys program was the
Dr. said that he "smelt something firm hires six to ten-employees .- the
Yancey also stated that to be the .1 pf its torate at the University of Pennsylvania Bowery Savings Bank New
.. longest ROOMS-All
his :Drk.. ._ ..< .', the medical grouppassed aVes-- kind American flshYIn the ,Castro request this year. of Social York City recited the experi-
j Mr. Bethel' makes his olution calling for the right of ever presented on and "anxiety" for the team of The NAACP ":Is still iri 'negotiations -'>' ence of his bank as a living Modern Furn-t'&C Wtr- -",
He has studied
television. In this also, at Vanderbilt -
home at 6272 Pettiford Negro doctors to make full It assumed the magnitude the athletes to visit the republic."I with several banksin Temple'and Penn's Green testimony to the soundness of Free TV in Every ROOD r'

Drive East and Is a "utilization of all hospital facilities Aug. 28 March on Washingtonfor wrote the Cuban Government St. Louis including the First fieldCenter for Human Rela _providing mortgage loans to 225 East Union Street /
he National forNegroes.
said, "asking that Bank seeking jobs I
throughout all sections .
member! of Payne chapel of the United States." jobs and freedom a monumental we (Jamaican Government tions. I

A.... E. He is the dad of The Henderson Travel A- project master-fully members) be allowed appoint -
5 grown children-Daisy, of Atlanta directed which was the largest a team of knowledgeable Jamal- Didn'tDig' Rights MarchBOSTON
gency under the per- civil rights demonstration in the SAVE NOW !
Addle who is with the sonal direction of Mrs.Freddye history of the 'United States. cans to visit Cuba to see con- (ANP) A curious Caucasian observing
ditions under
Armed Forces in Alaska. Henderson, who arrived here Commenting on the TV pro- Jamaicans the anti-segregation march by some_,370 members of

Mary Alice Lawrence. .Jr. from her African tour saw that gram, which had the two-fold there, the are Cuban living.Minister Replying of For-tome Alpha Phi Alpha fraternity here last week asked 63 MODELCLOSEOUT

and TcamyLonnie with everyone Hawaii was happy. She. along purpose of providing a "def- eign Affairs, declared that my one member of the.organization what the demonstration -

: was quite a well- splendid job. residents did a initive study of the(civil rights) wishes could not be allowed." was all about. !

known professional crisis", and answering the As a result, Bustamante. The spectator was told that .the march was in observance -
question of why it exploded intoa ed he would not permit Jamaican of the 100th '
wrestler and before an Oil "revolution" of' anniversary of the Issuanceof
Company mass pro- athletes to visit Cuba
injury :forced him'to retire tests In 1963. Chicago's Amer- the magnanimity of the Cuban on the Emancipation Proclamation by Abraham Lincoln SOUTHSIDE FORD

toured the country PromotesNegro ican News columnist stated: Government. and also in protest of racial ,segregation.

i for 7 years giving exhibitions "...It accomplished virtuallythe "Why are they so anxious to "We feel that 100'years' is far too long to wait

of mat skill Trainee impossible -- It started have our athletes and to pay for equal rights" the Alpha spokesman said. 5303 Beach Blvd.

His son Tommy is following strong it ended strong and itdidn't all their expenses?" he asked The observer replied calmly: "I guess you're
Newark. NJ. ANPCharlesA. down in the middle." -
( bog i
sneeringly. right. That is a long tlire.: "
in his Dad's sneakers -
Thomas, who joined Humble "It traced the history of the i
\ and is currently Oil & Refining company two struggle for racial freedom I

studying to be apro- years ago following graduationfrom even back to the pre-Civil War
\ wrestler. Rutgers university, has era of Uncle Tom's Cabin,.and I
been promoted to the fuel oil even farther back to the bartering -
Don't wrestle with traffic -
marketing staff of the com- in human lives in the
--call for Cab 1107 pany's Eastern Esso Region African slave marts"" and "It au1flttg1uniriitthWATERFRONT

Day and let Lonnie the, here. 'I sWept everything from the'net-

expert do it for you--he A native of Jersey City, he work's prime time evening
knows all the angles. was married in June of this schedule just as the.far-rang-
year to Miss Brenda L. Katesof ing civil rights battle has swept
I. .*r. t. watch ear H,M !>_, Elizabeth N.J. They me before it a great deal of pre-
lkw Su.d.v m.rfitag* .t ':)0 while he was a senior in col judice and bigotry. COMMUNITYLUXURY TOWNHOUSES
.n Channel 4. ftvri;. Kea
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lege. She has completed three "The American Revolutionof -
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years at Rutgers and is con- 1963 was probably the most ,. ...i
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NEW DEAL tinuing her work for a degree. ambitious project, from the A1
Thomas moves to Himble's standpoint of sheer volume of H

CAB COMPANY sales force from a post as plant program material, ever attempted f A
clerk at the company's Bayonnebulk by any network."
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;-- Freedom Marchetr+; EiiroWHome. ;. Vocalist Is Going Places EIGHT-DAY STAKEOUT Brea kin Suspect ,Hit I 4-Times Yo.tb's triy

/ ..:Are Beaten In Mississippi i i i PAYSOFF eight day FOR stakeoutat POLICEAn By Pistol-Firing Shop Owner Found In

the Gables were reports -
JACKSON Miss. --The triumphant March on Wash- #
of prowlers' activities Water Holt
t 1 t ihgton. had a grisly ending for two members of the had been rife T.
MIAMI -- The body of
, }11 j Jackson delegation who were severely beaten at a paid off for local_ po- t Michael Holmes 12 10324
lir" recentlySgt
|[, bus stop in Meridian while en route home. Potz and Patrolman SW I72od Ter. waa found

: Bernard Hubbard and Will urged to act because of Harry Purcell arrested by skindivers in a 12-

:. Palmer were attacked and the "failure of the s'c James Hall of 3333 Frow foot deep water hole I
injured as they awaited Sunday after having bees
company to provide a safe Street after staking out
service in the TrailwaysBus place for travelling : the object of an all-night
at 5100 Riveria i ,Fe Rx
:Station on Aug. 29. search.
Hall is said to have
Mr. Hubbard's injuries In a telegram to the Jimmied the door of a Michael s parents, Mr. i
were sufficient to' require Attorney General, NAACP room -where Potz and Pur- and Mrs. Ulysses Holmes
medical treatment.' had reported him mi&eiag
: Mississippi Field Secre- cell were staying ,
j Local police on the tary Charles Evers urged switchd on the lightsand and had conducted their

scene threatened to arrest "immediate Investigation pulled a blanket off > 1Y own personal search for

Mr. Hubbard and of incident including what he thought might be x t him until 2:30: a.m. Sunday

other members of the failure of police and 1r amther person. morning.At .

T' group who intervened in Trailway Company to pro- Police ordered the suspect daylight, Michael's
1 his behalf. They ignored tect interstate pas- _: _,', to surrender but clothes, neatly stacked, ,
the 20 to 30 white hood- engers. SOUL SENDER--Little Red, dynamic young singer is Hall attempted to run were found at a rockplt

;s lums who had been haras- Evers called attentionto seen in one of his soul stirring performances. The from the scena and was near SW 110th Ave. and

sing the marchers and the fact that "our 165th St. about a mile
talented shot in the left side by
performer is slated to appear this weekend -
I who dragged the two men people were returning'from Purcell.The from the playground where
from lunch counter stools a tremendous affirmation at Miami's famous Birdland, one of the hottest takento SHOP OWNER James (Sunny) Berrieum points out playmates of the youth had
suspect was
spot where he surprise breakin suspect.
! and kicked and beat them of faith in nite spots, which features Dizzy Jones and disc- Jackson Memorial last? seen him playing

t without provocationThe democracy and received jockey Milton 'Butterball' Smith. Hospital and treated and MIAMI Inefficient handling of his chosen chore football.

NAACP has lodged a ffonderful treatment in was then charged with proved the undoing of a burglarly suspect here Metro ski&dlvers searchedfor

vigorous protest with the nation's capital, (Adamsfoto) breaking and entering. Sunday night since he'll now have ample tine to the body and found it

Attorney General Robert only to return to harass- ----- ---- -- reflect on the moral of his deed while receiving 10-feet from shore at

F. Kennedy the Inter- ment, intimidation and Business Couple Plan Settingup medical attention for four bullet wounds in Jack- about 8:45 a.m. Police

state Commerce Committee unjust treatment contraryto son Memorial Hospital. investigating whether he

I and the Trailways Bus ICC regulations in Second Factory In African Site Metro police reported the right wrist upper was swimming along, reported -
The ICC was left right ankle
Company. their home state. that James Berrieum arm he probably drowned.An .
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)' --'f! :. ij: ", : owner of Sunset TV Repair and left chest. autopsy has been
'I Outstanding Youths Cited { Shop 2262 W. Allen fled to his 2540 ordered.
l\II.S ., -!', NW 159th st. home--a few
I'LN' :
Brunch Park Dr was Shooting E&ds Argwiwt
t i .; :f....: .... awakened by noises at blocks away--and col -
;''s Calvin Leroy Mills 25
lapsed on his doorstep
J 12:30 a.m.Silently. the where police found him of 3212 NW 52nd St. was _
phoning shot by Lore Lowe of
him with break-
then charged '
police, Berrieum
3210 NW 52nd St. after }
e'r went next door where he ing and entering and
: ,' Lowe's son had argued t
: < then sent him to the
saw Daniel Allen. 24. with Mills during a back-
had hole in the hospital for treatment.
pried a
mod yard fish fry at the latter
-A jr plaster board wall witha He was listed by doc- s home next door, police -
in satisfactory
tire iron. tors as being reported.
H Police said Berrieum Mills was taken to Jack-
t fired at Allen five ( Al Crawford Photo )
.Z son Memorial Hospital
times with a calibre .22

1 revolver, four of the

bullets hitting Allen ir S10 PFALrnQNOWFHAIR !

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,. Robbed By Trio ; '
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: Three men entered the "SAVE
La Rosa Rooming House IT"MSAVEITM ?

11 b7a r 5311 NW 30th St. last

week and ordered William
; Small, 35, proprietor and U Etth,', n.w formul for mn .*..
i \ i- .4v t designed! t. help |hIon .
# wo"' n-a pr < prevent
I __ six other persons to hand
of hair by dcttroying 1C0I lp b.ctria and
over $165 in cash and
::: : dandruff trtotmcnl for breaking Hair, thin
:, $390 in Jewelry, police .
.; UmpUf, thin -a prdw cI.I1..cIto
!, 3 reported. SA0E restore natural ..1. giving lust, bauty and
Mrs. Esther Parham Thomas
\, and Husband The trio left the scene str.ngth1s.nv.rting. short, stubby, lifeless hair
sJ Esther Parham and hus- Many of our 'fine wigs there and will be set- in two automobiles, into tho real "Woman's Crewning Glory.

4-H'ERS AWARDED -SCHOLARSHIPS--These three band are again embarked are imiorted from Paris ting up a hair goods abandoning one. a. -d, AT LEADING COSMETIC COUNTERSIf

youth have ,been awarded $500 scholarships for about one-half block from your dealer does not have "SAVE IT" tend$1.00 for I
upon an extensive flighton which is famous for hand manufacturing factory the house. The other car 2 ox cue, $1.50 for 4 o:. j.r. (tax and pottage in* I
their. outstanding 4-H achievements. They are Helen eluded toEsther's
the continent and made wigs. However, similar to the one in is reported still missing 50 Weft 125th Street I
Yvonne Cheek, top left: Warren ton, N. C. : Doris Esther cites police said Beauty Aids I / New York 27.N.Y. I
Africa. Nigeria is their a paradoxin New York and in Lagos.
Marie Lockhart, Harvest, Ala. ; and John L. Pugh, --------- (
ultimate destinationwhere stating that she is

Newton, Miss. shown. repairing a tractor. They taking wigs made by her
0 they pioneered a EARNING and LEARNiNG
earned the ;scholarships by surpassing fellow 4-H thriving cosmetic manu- company to Paris at the .

high school graduates in the 13 Southern Statesin .
facturing business in request of eager customers -
club accomplishments during their years in 4-H. i
she has
an extensive -
Boys & Girls Can Make Money

il En route to Nigeria- ,. London and Paris I
Edward Waters
CollegeA patronage who say they,
''i i Esther and husband John ',- '

prefer her quality of .. I
are vacationing in Ireland -
Four Year College hair fa their : ;
London, Paris, Hundreds of Florida Star NewsboysAre :
t'' tiNDER THE AUSPICES OF THE After remaining> in Lagos
Copenhagen, Athens, i<
Ethiopia, Egypt, Nair- EARNING from $1. to $10.00 Week sAnd
John will visit .
obiKenya and the Congo. Ghana, Sierra Leone, LEARNING to do business. :; 'i. .

Esther says the trip is

both business and pleasure Liberia, and Dakar.In YOUNGSTERSI 1 I If you are smart and .. : I l
Liberia, they will
as her company, the (.j
be the guests of Mr. and want to earn your own money
Esther Beauty Aids Co.
Mrs. William Hill of this is the way to do it. .; '
ban agencies in a number
1 the University of Li- -

of these countries. beria. The Hills are PARENTS! Your child may not t.r:

( s contemplates
Esther also
both former students of I
need money, but the training gained ,. :
establishing a branchof Esther and her brother .z. _

the company in Londonat Samuel Parhair who were as a newsboy will help him to be -

the request of many both University Pro- successful in later life. Many of the. k"- 9-60 ,....,..., t,
customers there.Speaking .
fessors:: before entering
William B. Stewart FOUNDED 1166 o.
of the
PrcsMcM Jacksonville 9, Florida the business world most successful men were Newsboys '.' ,,.-.,-. ..
business, Esther says
while in Monrcvia,

Outstanding Faculty it is booming in both ;
Esther expects to expand
Start A Route Anywhere .-t; "
the continent and Africa ,
I Beautiful Surroundings her business interests ......,

You L i vel In Florida i ..-.,. -
Bachelor of Science Degree Police t.
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,MAJOR CONCENTRATIONS ; SUSPECTA KILLSROBBERY ordered Ponndtree to We'll Pot Too II Business f It :

halt, and the suspect f 'Ii< rS ,
PHYSICAL EDUCATION coroner's inquest con picked up a barbequepit : .i "

i ducted by Peace Justice grate and appeared FILL OUT THIS COUPON TODAY Y it w .:. -
i ENGLISH BUSINESS EDUCATION Puval ruled 'Justifi- ready to attack the officer :
FLORIDA STAR 733 NW 3rd Ave., Miami Pi a. -' .
able homicide" in an
.ELEMENTARY EDUCATION incident which resultedin Poundtreee is then reported

} a robbery suspect's to have attemptedto i ,

SOCIAL SCIENCE GENERAL SCIENCE being shot and killed bj flee from the scene | MINDRT S FIRST NAME LAST NAME I

a police officer on and the officer shot the
MINOR CONCENTRATIONS Sept. 5. suspect in the shoulder,

BIOLOGY MATHEMATICS Macieo Cornelius Round- killing him instantly, '
tree 30.of 1554 NF-58th reports stated. I ADDRESS, STREET & NUiSER PHONE NO.

TERMINAL COURSES St. was reported caught . . ..

tj I bell in theact of TWO MEN ROB Send my child 20 copies of the Florida Star on- .
a car stolen I credit to start hill in business. I will pay the-
Excellent Facilities stripping GROCERY KKT. r
s earlier from Flagler Dog Florida Star lit for each copy he sells. < r ,
Track. The incident was Mrs. Victoria Trabus that are not sold, I will return and will not be'. ,

EVENING AND DAY SUMMER SCHOOL said to hare taken place clerk at Fred's Market. r required to pay for unsold copies.

Your Passport to Better LivingE. in front of 2274 NW 74th 1201 NW nth Are. reported .' zJ.t:

W. C. GENERAL REGISTRATION Street. two men robbed I I .

Monday and Tuesday September 16th, 17th Reports further reveal the store of $94 police 1_ SIGNATURE OF PARENT---- OR -GUARDIAN. T-
Classes begin Wednesday September Rth that Officer Campbell reported.


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..Miami i y eeos Omega LPsI Phi Fratmen. Hold First Nte&iing Of Year Miami i Schools
Slate MeetingsFor

.." Retreat Slated '" .' a sT P-TA GroupsBecause

of the need for
.The Y-Teens will hold closer cooperation and

their annual Retreat at s ,. communication between
tAe Northwest YWCA Center -
ix teacher and Parent a
' at 5100 NW 21st Ave. :, r- ,,,,. number of school principals -

beginning Friday, Sept. have scheduled
t ',
20 through Saturday Sept Parent-Teacher Associa-

21, it was announced tion meetings to outline

1 this week. A 1 1r plans for programs designed -
The Retreat which will : to improve educa-

find representativesfrom tional facilities and

Y-Teen clubs ., M a solve the problems relating -
i throughout the city in r to home and
attendance is for the .- 4i school.
purpose planning the NORI EU4E5TBA'tV' MET

group's activities program t i
,. f. Principal Sam Cofeea announced -
for the Fall. 3
that the
Y-Teen Clubs are com- <
P.T.A. will meet Monday
1 posed in the 4 g
of girls
night Sept 15 in the
r seventh through the .: .t, : auditorium of the school.
twelfth grades who ,'a,
-. ,; 3w Parent members of the
trained in high morals ; A.; well
organization as as
andwholesome living to .m
,- _. parents of new studentsare
uphold the principles of INITIAL SESSION--Members of the Sigma Alpha Chapter of Omega Psi being urged to attend

.the YWCA. Phi Fraternity who met for the first meeting of the 1963-64 year the initial meeting and
Mrs. Carolyn Holland
.' ----- become affiliated with
t YW director announced ,., are shown as they gathered in the home of Janes Randolph at 1080 the group whose efforts

I. that membership is open NW 51st Street following the business session.In pointed toward 'better
: to all girls who wish to ; SI. 'fiB education
and better -
participate in the Y- ,'f' :' : 'I the picture at top, left, standing are David Bethel, Alvin schools for the atomic

Teen program. Youngstersmay Brazeal William Haley Willie Lewis Willie Wright, and Anthony age "

Join clubs in their t r Simon. Seated are: Tee Stewart Greer, Melvin Fox Ulyssees Horne
areas .or contact the Y- f fsr BETHUNE FUHSNTARY I
arles Clark and Leonard Ivey.
Center for information s. The initial meeting of
on how to organize a Shown at the snack tabl.e in photo above are Brothers Richard the Bet bun e Fleaentary

clubin their neighborhood. r Dunn Charles GraS Johnny Davis, Harold Braynon Georco Thomas 'School has been scheduledfor

,. '. James Randolph and Elliot Scavella.The Tuesday evening.
) ?, JThere: are Y-Teen Clubs r.xi scene at bottom, left shows a group of Omeges poised to attack Sept. 17, at R p.m. according
organized at North Dade to Principal W. C
i High School Cox's the ccodies at the snack table. From left art Brothers Virgil Rogers: Cogdell.

Kindergarten Richmond ,'. e, r 4 Ernest Reaves Edward Brayn n, Van Robinson Alfred Shootes. John The veteran educator

Heights., ny Brown, John Shaw Herman Dorsett, Thomas Saunters, Terry Parker, made it knows that the
Bethune Elementary P.T.A
3!. ;: ;, and Astrid K. Mack. (Photos by Al Cr.wford) has been composed of an

THIS CLOW) i: -Y_ active group of parents

Came Saw . Conquered and teachers, working

i,. in cooreration for one
'w 3. goal better education.

t Mrs. David Perkins, an

energetic worker in

a z. school affairs is presi-

I 'W' L' Fires that Advertise Miami Deaths ,.. : dent and as such will
s preside at Tuesdaynight' .
In The Negro Press !
x ;,d s meeting. She has
running into money Want And Appreciate HOUSE OF ALBERT FRANCIS FUNERAL HOME issued an announcement

I (See Page 11)) Your Patronage { urging Bethune all students parentsand to

""'--- Baby Girl Lewis
Mrs. Stella Mosley, infant
attend the first meeting
1930 NW 2nd Ct. died daughter of Jr. & Mrs. and become actively affiliated -
Sept. 3, 1963. Chapel Dan Lewis of 451 NW 16th { ba with the group.

services conducted Sept St. Apt. 114 died at Friendship Garden

I 10 with burial in Ever- Jackson Memorial Hospitalon
II And Civics Club
green. Sept. 5th. Graveside

.... ... Sets Installation
** ** services were held Wed- .

Sept. 11th. The Friendship Garden

w ............ and Civic Club composed
Rev. John E. Braddy of ladies prominent In
4 : SHOW STOPPDt-Little Esther left sensational singer famed for hit recordsand
1 ,.r 3379 NW 48th Terr. died many social and civic affairs

r Sept. 6 and fun eral!zed Anthony David Tuff, infant personal appearancesis seen with Clyde Killen, popular operator of Clyde will hold its first
meeting of the Fall
Kill ens' Knight Beat, Miami's famous night spot there she did record-breaking
a Sept. 10 from the Churchof son of Mr.& rs. Sam Saturday afternoon at

\ 1 3-day engagement. Also displaying satisfaction is Mildred Hodge, hostess at the 4:30 r.m. in tae be% ti-
x"ti the Living God, Elder Tuff of 18312 SW 102nd
ful 41st street ho** of
; ,a. '?, ,'v B.J. 'McCormick.offici- Place in Perrine died at club. (Have you seen the 'Clown'? See page 11) Mrs. Percy fttylat.

(Al Crawford Photo) The main feature of
t Jackson Memorial I
J\ s. ating. His widow Mrs. Hospitalon
\\ \ \ will be the
the reeting
\ ; ." Minnie L.-BractY, 7 daughters Sept. 7th. Graveside I
tI DADE Baha GroupJack To Hear Talk installation of the

4 sons, and many services were held Wed club s officers who will
E. McCants. project
'. lr .. 2 relations is a former
t .,, more survivors nesday Sept. 11th. BIRTHS coordinator for the Community Methodist minister. serve daring the year

I P: >.,.. .: r ............. Service Foundationin His subject will be"America's ahead.
,4t; According to Mrs. lone
) :, Hillsboro County, will
Role in
;i,, Arozarena, Geronimo. nukes the precldent,
Richardson Funeral Home speak at the World Peace World Peace." The pub-
727 NW 29th St. : Boy the IB outlining
tea.. ,F, Willie Jordan, .1242 NW Chunn. Roberts; 2351 Day observance sponsoredby lic is cordially in- group active
plans for an year
the Baha' is of North A
a 51st Terr., died in Jack- Mrs. Annie B. Wells.1860 NW 46th Street; Boy V! to attend. Admis- of civic and social en
Dade to be held at Carpenter sion is free.
ft son Hosp. Sept. 7. Remainswere NW 52nd St. Sept. 8th, Jackson. Filliam. 6435 s Union Hall 625. deavors.
SW 83rd Street; Boy
sent to Louisville 1363. She is survived N.E. 131st St. SUnday
? : ., James West burg; 3750 Sept. 15, at 3:30 p.m. I ) ) .1.1r
Ga. for final rites. four grandsons, two granddaughters NW 176th Street; Girl There's No Charge '
Mr. McCants, whose work.
:, :. ............ Boyett, Coye sr. ; 3451 is 1
one great with set-
NW Broad Manor Rd.GJrl .
grandson. ting up and soliciting .
.: ,
I I'I, ..*............. Finney. Louis; 2272 NW support for educationaland lt '.s F..r 0 C'iIw11Y

;;1 I ,a Y Mrs. Ida M. Chavisof 2nd St.; Twin Girls retraining projectsfor 1-j",.
deprived areas in
Braga. Tony; 1021 NW
,; I 2218 W. 4th Ct., Hialeahfor various avenues of human
103rd Street; Girl.
} Richards Phillip Sept. 10 .cva aio1ag r4 eg Capq
40 years, died Sept Madan. Roberta; 3140 Ushers' Union

." 7. Funeral services held 1st, 1963. He leaves two NW 38 Street; Boy. as 7gM1 aoptiag oqdoJ W1wt11 et1

i'r .... :?; ........ IMorris.. Carlos. 18210NW Anniversary "
-- sons, one daughter and a .. XIT P s ? 6 BOJJ; szoi-iie ira 3aefI
.. .... r ., ;.:: at New lit. Zion Bapt 14th Avenue; Girl. The Ushers' Union As- '
:r ? ;.j r:t wife to moots 33 3J1U 3d.j K3H1 HrBAd ONVj
Church Sept. 11final Kearney, Pobert; 450 sociation will celebrateits

1, :;;J>_ -..... .-.. -.. ...., ".' .... <... _.._..;;. ,, Clyc, Ga.VMrs. ............... NW 4th Ave.; Homestead; 32nd anniversary on wijwlTY I1JJOtSIS"

THIS BEER is for pleasant living! People on the .....'.........,.... i .. I Girl. Olivette Sunday. Sept.Church.15 at FirstCt. Mt. latd sjaATcny;anbroag /saeqg p14..dl -.t

go..people who care about QYality..eo for Medley James; 3500 NW at 15th Street. B1C3A3 jnoiJdqdBjao 1fdV.do1CMfd oj.

\" National Beer. Have l'the taste of pleasant living Yrs Violet Pack 449 NW 209th Terrace.Op a Locka; The program is scheduledto oqd s peas Itia 9*

partha. Davis 8th St. Services will behold Girl. start at 3 p.m.
National Beer. Premium quality always, aof juas old aa.y
have a
McCarty. Robert; 3710 Deacon David Hudson
mother of Susie and Edward Sat. 2p.n. at Ric-
popular prices everywhere. NW 194th St. ,Op a LockS; president of the body nooN aajlpraQ IIHH

t Brotn, and sister hardson Funeral Home Girl. announced that Rev. L C. SZOi; -tR aaoqj say !t M IlL .'a

FkNMt Urt ..... ....... 115 NW
Mire a taste if of Mrs.( Bernice loo ten OUerea Frank; Mickens pastor of the ox SA3H 20JJ9 .10 po s MsuolaBZtuali0
56th Street; Boy. church will deliver theanniveraa1'7
died Sept. 7. Services 'a9nt0 'sa'PI1ItD
Usefof. Joseph
; message. Appearing

i} NATIONAL IEER were conducted Sept. 12 NW 11th Avenue; Boy. on the program. HYIS varan*

Gordan Williams, 1925 choirs of
will be the
at St. Paul A.'".Eo Church T71PQ tOJJl 81ft 81caia3ofd
4.. NW 5th Are Sept. S. 1963- wainwright Archie; the church and other
i t : Spotlight t Prodyct. t Rev. T.C. Kelly, pastor. 5460 NW 179 Terrace; artists. .10 SUN xalgenodiaxalrgr ....
r .f'- Funeral was .held Sept.
: "". \ Interment in Evergreen Opa Locks; Girl. Serving as chairman of aJ.ntp OBW s,aaeq3I
: Of Tht WeekWMBM
:! '. 11, 1963 at Richardson John Bardie; 1250 NW the program is U.L. x'
jooi t noi i'j Iiaa.y
173 Terrace; Boy. Fergerson with Mrs. Alberta .
.J -' .' -l.,<. -. .... ..... ........ Funeral Home. Cato, Augusta; 1755 NW Adderley filling II ,11. .afLIJ. s ,11

(f f,0. .:.-' 19th street; Boy. the role of co-chairman. ( ( (


T' . ,a- q. r- -w-asa s ,.. .- : f.-..... --

't :11'h. ; r : : : : 1113t ,

StPTBIta 14.
t t ; .. r.4.n FLO STAR PAPERS y

AffifS PNdFGMChb A Title Defense y F.....M T Ilk The Greatest11 f.Cuts LP Commission Opening

Pissts ly

2 Prk.lnaJESTEn. New Fishing SitesTALLAHASSEE

f- GREENSBORO N.C. -- : IB. (ANP)- a37 IE
..jiiest for freedom In the To meet
Despite big losses, the
A&T College Aggies will nlted States has taken on the Increasing demands are searching for pos-
most revolutionary air. for additional recrea- sible access sites.
be able to field a representative -
football team. there are two men In this tional facilities, the According to Aldrich
. try who barely know the erw's Game and Fresh Water Fish the crash access programmay
, That is the opinion ex-
of the word. They've
pressed by Bert Piggott, P4nk locked up for Commission has started a be classified as a

bead coach, following lengths of time.In M full scale statewide major-break-through for

opening workouts conducted Chester, ILL. Richard search for public access fishing boating and

here on Labor Dayt neck admittedly lives and boar ramp sites accordIng other forms of outdoor

'I "We had a lot of losses day to "1." He's to A.D. Aldrich. recreation In Florida.

old now and-except for the director.In and as such, requires the
via graduation and acade-
20 years of his life, all
mic deficiences" said rest haye been spent behind recent action the assistance of' all the I

Pig-gott. "but if our here. In Tennessee.Cunley Florida Outdoor Recrea- citizens of the state.

sophomores come through Klnley 75, has been in tion Council released a Interested individuals.
BEARCAT WRIGHT, new be believes his civic and clubs
we will be in fair shape*. long total of $50.000 to be sportsmen
A total of 54-candidates world's heavyweight have forgotten him. used in an accelerated are invited to Join in

the first wrestling champion, has Authorities at Menard public access and boat the search for public access -
reported on
itentiary here believe
to defend his
In the were agreed ramp construction pro- areas but should be
day. group years as a prisoner
23-lettermen, which will laurels against the men a record. Warden Ross g ram. The program is guided by a recommended

J form the nucleus of the he recently defeated, dolph says Honeck would designed to open many of standard' available from
Freddie Blassle. The a good chance for the and Fish Co.Bis
squad all in top physi- pretty the states presently restricted Game
t' match takes place Friday in November if he had a sion.
cal condition. This allowed areas making
in and someone to care for
night Sept. 13
forms and
them available for public Inspection
the boys to don "He Is definitely a good
Auditorium Los
Olympic the Warden said recreational use. other information may be
full gear by Tuesday. fans soner, ,
r Angeles. 10.400 he simply does not have Aldrich said the additional obtained at offices of
The squad will go
hand when Wright
were on place to gaffHoneck revenue has re- the Commission located in
through double practice defeated Blassie in the was sent to :] contender Cassius Clay will present a further showingo sulted in a crash opera- Panama City Lake City

sessions Saturday dally September through 14. recent title match.Kappas teacher.murdering Since his former landing in fire wit following a recent press conference in New,York tion in whish all per- Ocala Lakeland and West
sonnel of the Commission Palm Beach.
in preparation for the Elect Honeck has had only two ; : Records announcing the Louisville Lip' s' signing of

opening contest against itors. The first was a Billiard Aids NAACP Title Defense
{ Fort Eustic at Fort who came to see him in The 8-sides LP entitled I'm The Greatest' is about to Champ
New Basileus i
The second was a reporter
f Eustlc. Va.. on the fol- visited him for a story.Fiftynine is shown posed with another popular starBertha Col- I
lowing Saturday afternoon Mabel Grace Bouldin of
Mrs. years ago. TV and record fans as Leslie Uggams.
September 21. Mu Chapter, Chicago, formerly received the only letter
f Mid-Western Regional dir- ever received since be Rookie t t x "at# ,
ector, was elected Supreme prison. It was from his A&T CollegeHas
BrftWII PfllS Basileus of the National Sor- Honeck, who is white
ority of Phi Delta Kappa at he made up his mind in IntegrationIn
their recent 40th Anniversary that "all I'm going to
Article On' Conclave held at Holet Statler do time." And thafs all Reverse y
Hilton In Los Angeles.Mrs. doing.
Bouldin succeeds Mrs. McKinley is a Negro GREENSBORO. N.C. -- A

Ernie Divis Helen W. Maxwell of Brook- he spends his time in jail 'A AnJhW quiet but increasing

lyn, New York, who served six ly sitting and sleeping. process of "integra
as Supreme Basileus. and has .. .
years 75-years-old tion in reverse. is \
Her new position takes effect hind bars for 36
The years.
NEW YORK (AMP) underway in student enrollment -
of the late Ernie January 1, 1964. "He probably could get .
courage at A&T College. yl.JIMMT
> The New Supreme Basileus
if he had somewhere to
i r Davis in his losing holds a Master of Library Science The main problem is z During the Summer School
battle with leukemia is Degree and Is presently would do if he got out." Just concluded twenty-
vividly recounted by his head librarian of Wendell Phil- With only a second grade three American whites x
former Cleveland Browns lips High School and Abbott ucation. McKinley Is. not and one ChineseAmericanwere
teammate Jim Brown in Branch serving 2700 students.She to work and officials lay enrolled
professionally affil- 'very, absent ;!
an article currently appearing This is not a large
iated with related educational They say he just "sits the'I'm
in Sport Magazine organizations active in church, sleeps." number when projected

In the article. Brown cultural, and; civic organizations Freedom, quite likely, is 1f against a total enroll-
recalled his close association and Is the mother of farthest thing from his ment of nearly 3,000 stu-
with Davis before one daughter and has four S
dents, but it does represent -

and after his ill grandchild Mrs. Bouldin has held several Ray Charles :! a trend.

ness.He disclosed several important offices In her local William H. Gamble Director -

little known or previously chapter and nationally she has Is Facing ,J I of Admissions, CARASright( ), four-time world pocket billi
undisclosed facts served as editor of Krinon, told reporters this week
arc). champion, is shown returning $50 check for
Supreme Grammateus Field
about their friendship, --- that while his office
including the fact that Agent and Mid-Western Reg- PitiraHy ---- does not maintain stu- beating Herlyn (Peaches) Alrld to Woodley Lewis,
ional Director.
Brown ,had influenced The new Supreme Basileus LOS ANGELESANP) dents records: on the former Los Angeles Rams and St. Louis Cardinalspro
Davis in attending Syracuse has been Instrumental com- a result of a paternity c basis of race or previousnatlonallt1'
university where piling the official brochure of filed against him. blind he is aware football great.The exhibition game was played;

both had gain All- the Sorority. Ray Charles last week was that persons other than in the Soortman s Bowl, Compton, Calif. Lewis
As Mid-Western dered to submit to blood
American honors at dif- Regional
Negroes have been enrolled -
ferent periods. Director she charted the following before Oct. 1. Tests were : toed\ the check: over to the NAACP.
new chapters: ordered for the still at A&T since 1958.
Brown said in the article child after its birth. That year one white
Beta Phi Compton. CaliLGamma soon Suspend Sororities U. Of Mich.
titled 'T hE' Alpha Columbus. The tests are designed male entered the under-

Courage of Ernie Davis Ohio; Gamma Beta Kansas termined whether graduate program as a Over Racial Bias
that Frnie's honesty and City. Kas; and Beta Chi Mil the father of the child of ; temporary transfer and Gets 'Bomber's'Scrap

courage have bolstered waukee Wis; Gamma Delta Sandrea Jean Betts a remained throughout the LOS ANGELESANP-Slx of
his faith inhumanity Flint, Mich and;! Gamma Ep- old office secretary.She the eight Long Beach State college -
own BooksANN
ed Charles is the father year.
silon Oklahoma City, Okla. sorority chapters were
child and has failed to With the opening of the suspended recently In a dis-

her medical bills as .. National Science Founda- ciplinary action over racial dis- ARBOR. Mich. --
a tentative agreement. tion sponsored summer crimination. The chapters were
Slated to be added to
Charles has filed an
institutes in science for accused of shifting their annual
through his attorney, fall "rushing" activities from the university's his-
Kaplanis, denying the teachers in 1959 the torical collection
the college campus to a Long Joe
white enrollment began to
Neither Charles nor
Beach Collegiate Panhellenic Louis has given the
Betts were in court rise and has continued office.
University of Mlchlcan
tests were ordered.In reaching an all-time The rules state that rushingmust 93 handsomely leather
her suit Miss Betts high this past summer. be conducted under the
scribed Charles bound scrapbooks coveringhis
as a supervision of Lois Swanson,
aire. She said she is very activities dean. The officials of career as heavy
of him and was Curtain CallLOS the school Interpreted this move weight cbaapioo from 1935

take the legal action as an effort to by-pass a law until 1949
of Southern Cal star full-
feared the publicity to
banning student groups which John Roxborough Louis'
them. ,However, she said an impressive showing as a Wills, who appeared in Las Vegas discriminate on racial or religious -
during those
felt she could not go on as an entertainer In 1962, grounds.The manager
LEARN indefinitely for financial Angeles Rams in his regular will resume his career in No- action affected Alpha Phi years, named the books

A TRADE from the entertainer. In'a recent exhibition setto vember. He will head the Maury Delta Delta Delta Delta Delta over to assistant direct -
She Indicated in the suit Wills singers at a famous Vegas Zeta, Gamma Phi Beta Sigma or of collectionsRobert
In Six Short Months That Charles had agreed to Cowboys. Wilson handled the hoteL They will be featured with Kappa and; Zeta Tau Alpha so- Warner who said.
such help,because he was actress-singer Jane Powell.
rorities. The Delta Gamma
72-yard "Joe was as Important a
a total
Will Be BENEFICIAL that he is the father of averaging The act will also Include musical chapter and the Columns Club sports figure as ever
child. : numbers on banjos andgui- was not Involved.
came from Michigan. One
I a tars- For the past nine years rush-
Nkrumah Ing has been directed from the of the all-tjne greats,
JACKSONVILLE1ARBER Hampton Institute's 1963 Grid Slate college activities office. CarlW he held the heavyweight .

? McIntosh president called title longer than any.
COLLEGE INC. dent Kwame Nkrumah Dr.the September the administration action defiance policy.of college other chaaplon.

630 DAVIS ST. at Buyer Ghana declared last the 28-Korgan State College---:.-----------Here -

100% Air CeliitioeeAJACKSONVILLE that ty of the the essential life October ROYAL ART STUDIO
of 5--Delaware State COllege--------------Here
FLIIIBA achievement of Dr. 515 IAY1S SHEET
liam Edward Burghardt 12--Morehouse.College----- ;------------Away
a Order How
at lifccri PricK
Bois can be summed up
86 19--Norfolk State COllege--- -----------Away -
a single phrase: PHOTO CARDS
26--Virginia State College-------------Here
Sell 'iced' tellectua.1 honesty
integrity. November Ildiyidta.fs Fs.y IfIIfI thic

11ffj. Dr. Nkrumah.In a 2-Howard University--- -- ----------- Away BLACK & WHITE CILIRSEPIATME
M rtle Ave. and Adams. a essage mourning
9--Shaw University----------------Homecoming
You Don t Have to Go to To.n to Get 16--Tuskegee Institute ----- -----Here Quality Photographs
OYSTERS V4 Pt. hoc Pt. $1.15
28--Virginia Union----------------------Away;
LOWPRICESOn Coach, B.F. Whaley----Jefferson Green, Capt.
& iial EL 4-1H4
Shellfish & Boneless Dtpi. Davis Fund Established

taw c..* Ut 11.0m.w..f 140
CLAW CtAB MEAT U. =1 J* ,xr.d. Tour DETROIT--(ANP)Arthur B. Modell, pres- ,
.... .... CM* Meet .... slit A"$)' WH4TS-.HAep (EQ.I :llMOk AHt) L1M "
IIA IAI.LOH-: a DRUG STORE HEEDS ident of the Cleveland Browns team of the .
VM !*<.. .... ..... ..... 4.. v -
LaWn TAILS Trade With Your Neighborhood Drug store National Football League, last week ann-
4 t*4 ... fa., ...... .... $'M IE WILL MEET ANT PRICES ADV. IN YCCR LOCAL PAPERS r

hd..frd. C.'M1.RMpn' We Delirer-Ie Also ounced during exhibition here
$14 .. M. Pill All Doctors' Prescriptions an game G

comas MEAT .................... ... KING( CRAB LEES that a fund to help conquer Leukemia has Tee
MAMI LOKTM 110X04 ......... tfFAMMS u. $ 2f Pharmacy has been established in the memory of : .

Ernie Davis, the late, great All-Aaerlean
FMTTS MULLET ROW '1312 Kins lead at .,rUe AiemPirns star from Syracuse University. 5-

IKAPPIA Y&UtW TAIL... U. c mcuiMEKUMMULLET Si*.'I] '\. EL 5-5537-38 Davis 1962 Heisiaan trophy winner, had TEEM

PIN WAliftCATfHH 49 LAKCImm .. .' .-- signed to play this seascn with the ,
w ruwM rftoztN, Browns, but the dreaded disease forclosedhis
... 3t u. ._
I professional career.

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\ >6rU Pratfttcts At Ltw Ebb, Blue Devils Prep For Season's Opener Span,' Wins 20th I Doc YtnifJoHS

I ', : GriMbliNf C'fch Predicts Ties Matty Mark } W.St

.- inclination not to be
4 BY COLLIE NICHOLSON 42-year old WarrenSpahn's
3-2 victory
Robinson claims delinquency LAS VEGAS (ANP) -
._ GRAMBLINO. LA. (SPECIAL over the Phillies here
College at most line A.S. 'Doc Youne.natlonallykDowa ,
Sixty Grambling Sunday brought him his

) grldders completed their spots. 4 13th 20-gaae-per-season sports

first week of practice However, this is not win thus tying Christy writer, editor and au-

i Saturday amid the usual necessarily forebodinga Mathewson's mark for the thor has become a
s likely looking returnees columnist for the daily
and knuckle-
: rapping by Glum Eddie have been joinedby 2 4 4 e2. 2 rg its. 5? 8I n 3 s / r 636' a." most the National 20-gaae League.victories in Las Vegas Son newspaper.He .

a healthy harvest of t is the first Negro
Robinson. cr Young who pitched for
! Robinson has predicted freshmen prospects. 18 34 15 66- both Boston and Cleveland sports columnist for t

?his own demise in the Grambling has a dozen holds the major league major, generally-circu
backs capable of turning in
I Southwestern Athletic most 20-games-per-season lated daily newspaper
Conference and his prospectus a seesaw battle into a the West one of the few
wins with 16 Young who
rout iftl' inemen are able to work in this
is receiving overwhelming ever
also for St.
" unanimity from to provide escort service } "' ,, Louis of the National capacity anywhere in

league observers. DItta Kioftd r League set the record America.

Grambling expects its t during the early turn of From his home base in

most excruciating season Loses Crown :; % the century. Los Angeles, Young will

'J .. since 1957. k Mathewson compiled his cover regional and
: will have to tread MILAN Italy Ralph national sports on a
mark with the New York
carefully. Robinson Dupas. shortime holderof non-restrictive basis.
I''e I the created
warns. newly I to add Youngto
p -- ----- The remarkable Spahn,
1- He kept a disdainful world junior middleweight FINAL TRAINING PHASE---Veteran Coach James (Pops) Sept. 20th'at 8 p.m. against Pensacola's WashingtonHigh. who recently took over the Sun's roster oi
title lost it during a
public silence Saturday Small and his assistants at Stanton Senior High The' game will get promptly underway at 8 0' the seventh spot among sports coluBnists--which
il after describing the team surprise turn of events includes famed Jimagr can-
1 when youthful hard hit School are driving their Blue Devils grid machine clock. Plenty in the way of pre and halftime baseball's all-time
of tremendous and Milton Gross of
\ as one non
r i promise and little ac- ting Sandro Mazzinghi ofItaly through its final week's practice sessions in preparation festivities are promised the city's grid fans. his winning 347th pitchers lifetime vic- New York--were handled by

complishment. round knockout scored a during ninth for the season's opener here Friday night (STAR photo by Allen tucks) tory by scattering nine Publisher Hank Greenspun

Grambling fans expect a 'hits to keep the Bravesin his assistant Miss Ruthe

big drop-off in squad here their last title bout held SOUTHWEST SPORTSCOPE Back Injury third place while Deskin and Alan Lathrope,
t ability. Fourteen men Galento BelievesIn going the route.Rattlers' sports editor.
from the, 62 club are The scheduled 15-round HOUSTON -(ANP)--No less than three teams May nBurton's During the past 17

p missing and the locals affair was held in years Young has coveredthe
Milan's air loom as strong favorites to cop the Young ClayLOS Start
appear difficult to as open Career national sports scene

say. The Tigers had a Vigorelli stadium. Dupas nation' toughest conference championshipthe as writer, columnist
from >ANDOVER Mass. (ANP)
New Orleans La. ,
3-2-2 record last fall. rugged Southwestern Athletic Con- ANGELES -- Accord- and sports editor for
Ron Burton, explosive
weighted 152% to the Practice
Tiger coaches are in the Heavy the Los Angeles Sentinel,
ing to Vest Coast sports
.challenger 153. ference, made up of the likes of powerful running halfback of the
middle of a complete recasting Cleveland Call-Post
The more than 10.000 Boston Patriots of the editor Brad Pye Jr. ,
ob.but Grambling Italian fans on hand Grambling, Texas Southern University, American Football League, 'Two Ton" Tony Ga- TALLAHASSEE -- Aimingfor Chicago Defender, and

r is not exactly lacking voiced wide approval when Prairie ViewSouthern and newcomer Jackson ,:."is finished" at leastfor lento--the man who a possible scrimmageon the Johnson Publishing

t in talent.: Mazzinghi dropped Dupas the 1963 floored Joe Louis duringa Company magazines, Fbony,
season according Saturday Florida
Squad members are big State. Wiley, Arkansas andAlcorn, all Jet and Hue.
with a left hook for an to a spokesman lost cause--believes A&M's Rattlers begin
quick and co,bative. eight count in the second capable of defeating any team in the loop, 'tor the team. young Cassius Clay hast heavy practice Monday He has also written for
Whether there's enoughof Sports Illustrated,Sport,
round. he equipment to lift
complete the lineup in this powerful group The former Northwestern The vaunted Gaither-
everything to builda The_finish came in the university star suffered the world title from coached machine has The Sporting News and
formidable team is of Negro colleges.This other national magazines
ninth when the 25yearold p a disc injury in Boston's Sonny Liston's brow. undergone two weeks of ;
another, question.A challenger decked the writer sporting a gaudy nine out of first exhibition game recently Galento stated 'I light practice and has has been published as a
show of strength persists think that fellah free lancer in some 65
former world champion
ten correct pre-season picks over the past and cannot possibly three weeks to gear
in the backfield terrific right is one helluva fighter. Negro newspapers; and
with a recover in time to their Blood, Sweat and
but only one or to linemen decade once again defies a strongy tendency has authored three sports
I hand smash to end. the Play in any of the and I'm glad they post- Tears units in shape for

have demonstrated an match. to join the numerous writers that pick Patriots games in 1963 poned his title match .their season's opener books, including "Negro

Pupas, 28, a veteran of two teams as co-champions, hoping for a according to the team's with Sonny Liston till against Lincoln University Firsts In Sports" and
next "Sonny Liston: The Chaitp
14 years as a pro was spokesman. year. Because Sept. 28 in
y noted for being a master 500 per cent pre-season pick. ,. It is possible also that give young Cassius just allabassee. Nobody Wanted '
boxer and expert tactician We'll have to go along with Prairie View the injury might end Bur- enough time to be at In talking over the published this year by

He won the title ton's football full strength for Liston Johnson Publishing Co. ,
career.He Rattlers prospects Mon-
.a. A&M college for the undisputed loop crown
and to beat Listonmaybe
from Denny Moyer earlierin was still in tractionin day. Gaither expressed Inc.In
this basing that outonthelimbpick knock him out:: addition to his
the year and shortly an Oakland (Calif. ) satisfaction with the

t tI thereafter successfully on the fact the Panthers return the hospital last week. 'Clay'll beat Liston_ passing of quarterbacksJim sports activities. Young
defended against Moyerin The team official said for" sure when they Tullis and Willie has been active as a
I 1 best Quarterbacking to the locpwith three fight. general-coverage writer
15-round encounter. the Patriots can no ; P;>> owe 11. 'and editor and Hollywood
<1 Crash blue (ribbon performers, led by a terrific longer feel optimistic 'He's got the a ciuip- With world sprint cham- motion picture publicist

\' '::' Kills about Burton on whom ment (Gene) Tunney had pion Bob Hayes and end in
;; passer in Junior Jimmie Kerney. an area he pioneered
:':' Va. State they were counting to beat Jack Dempsey Aldred Denson as principal 1957. Young previously

';'., ,': I Billy' .... Hall" the-.z.6-2 dandy -from- .- ...*f Foi Worth' v heavily. 'You'-ve_ always twice., And the equip- targets Gaither said worked as a special fea-

I t ,. ;' College Pilot is also going to make Kerney hustle to hoping but we're ment Billy Conn had the the team expects to pass ture writer for Chicago's

I "SMITH I IS I keep, his job. definitely not planningon first time he fought more this year. American and the old Los
PETERSBURG. Va. ( him" the spokesmansaid Louis and nearly licked Hayes a Jacksonville Angeles Mirror-News.

NO MYTH"No Funeral services were Otis Taylor a 1962 All Conference Sel- of Burton. him. And the equipmentJim native, has spent the

sir-and you can held here last week for ection last year and the strongest end in "ffe've lost him that's Braddock had when betook major portion of the
proveit Shelton M. Matthews. 42. all there is to it. the title from Nax is LEO'S SHOE REPAIR
by daillng EL 4-1611 head basketball coach at the loop has the hands and height to Baer. summer appearing with
I and asking the dispatcherto To add to the Patriotswoes the U.S. Track and Field
send Cab 1154 Day. Virginia State college gain All- American. honors this year. Jim Crawford Bur- "Clay's got fast feet team in continental Shoe RepairingIs
who was killed instantlyin and fast hands to beat
,Robert Smith will be Mack Green, a slam-bang Fullback was ton's heir apparent was U.S. before engaging in
an automobile Liston at long
described range.
as being far meets in the Scandanavian
there in to
person dent on U.S. Route 15 perhaps the loop's best last season and And remember I told you
behind in his physical Our Only! Itosiiess
t you up and take you where countries Poland
want to Robert just south of Lawrence- will be the runner P. V. will bank on for conditioning due to a so. Germany and England.
you go. Flwiia Mane
Pa. 28.
ville Aug.
bout with
has been driving for New those important third down situations. bleeding ulcers
Matthews was killed __ __ .. ... ... .
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Deal since January of - - '" "" 21 '" "'" "" :ZOLIILIILBL::! :
f when a car driven by Ezell Seals is another 4.0 back who has

; you this probably year but remember a lot of Richard A. Coates of behind him several other lessor known per- .-_

Wellsboro Pa. swerved ;
when he worked here be- across the highway's formers who could make a big name this A

fore. centerline and struck year in Pantherland.Coach ,
Mr. Smith and his wife
his car head-on. Matthew -
Elsie Mae mako their home Billy Nicks biggest loss came when _
s wife Lauretta e A
at 1431 W. 18th Street. and two daughters Cassandra top-flight coaches E. V.. Rettig and Leroy
They are the proud
I 16. and Yvonne. Mocre illness and
parents of 5 children. departed--Rettig by ,
11. survived the crash i I Iy
Irma Jean. Mary Ann. with only slight in- Moore via another route. ,, "
Elaine Robert Lee -
t Joyce j uri es. P. V. always has the beef up front. Head-
and Donna Lavelle. The
Matthews reached the
Smith family are membersof ling this department is Carl Robinson, the
peak of his coaching
Bethlehem Baptist career last year when he 265-pound giant tackle who in the opinionof .
Church where Robert is
I an Usher. Robert enjoys guided his Trojan cagersto veteran observers could be another
their greatest season
fishing and wattching Elijia Childress. Next to PV will be the
with a 21-7won-lost re-
wrestling and baseball.
cored and second placein TSU Tigers, a mighty team that defeated PV
Meet Robert Smith-in-
both the Central twice the last two
person-ask for Cab 1154 years.
Intercollegiate Athletic
Day the next time you Association and the Our third pick is Southern of Baton A +c'
have to get to a businessor
Georgia Invitational Rouge La.
social engagement conveniently -

and comfortably. Tournament.A If the Cats can kick TSU in the season

B. t.r. te welch *ur Loll k*.r native of Sharon. Pa. GYM SHOES I
Hw Sw.4. v K.*nthif* at 9:30 Matthews came to VSC as opener at Baton Rouge, they will ben GYM SHORTSALL
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..K..fcht.NEW. muring K. basketball coach and pro. good shape to go a long way toward the SCHOOL COLORS SOYS'
Converse All Star. 7.95 4
fessor of Wdu-
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.graduate of Kentucky The PV race should finish this way: MEN'S I

f CAB COMPANY State College Frankfort 1. Prairie View 2. Texas Southern 3. Sou- $1.35&$245 ;

11IS Kings M. Dial CL 4-Ktt Tenn. where he played .
basketball and football. thern 4. Grambling 5. Arkansas 6. Jackson SUPPORTERS

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Pick Ypi Mm Frw Key won top place in the 33-40-81 6

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II Chinese Reds Straightened Out Ready For Inspection Police R ports Suggests htfHS

By NAACP's Roy WilkinsNEW
v ARMED ROBBER HITS and J. Jackson investi- Respect' Authority I
TORX---Negro Americans look forward to the

day when they can felicitate Chinese citizens .!t. . ...
gathered in a huge protest demonstration in at a service station located IS APPREHENDEDVera the Negro needs Is more respect -
for constitution author-
Peking, Roy Wilkins ex esuti ve secretary of the on Myrtle Avenue. ities, more self-improvement, .

National Association for the Advancement of Ool told police he was Brown. 23. of more service to the country '
-e_ a robbed of $132.50 Tuesday 1067 Houston st. was more sharing in citizenship
ored People, said in response to a cable received by one man while his reported seen taking a by obeying laws and less
criticism of other racial i
from.'" ,.the Red Capital expressing support of the apparent companion remained suit from a hanger And an end to "sl niDI-in.groups. I
!;\ outside the sta-
Saturday at Sears Roe-
civil rights struggle in the United States. the inci- This is the opinion Major
tion daring
buck Co. Saturday and Hughes AknBo Robinson US..
Ur. Wilkins' reply champion of racial dis- dent, it was reported.
went to the second floor Army retire, who was commandant -

made public here, was crimination and main Scott said he was in- where she hid the itemon of cadets at Fort Valley
m aide the station when her person; police State college in Georgia until
dispatched to Peking in source of policy of two men, one- short and reported.She last June expressed in an interview -
.... here. The Major believes -
, answer to a lengthy national oppression and ..; the other tall approached is then said to that civil rights leaders
.y' it. He said the have returned to the
cablegram received from agression throughout : have perpetrated the "greatest -
:J tall man remained on the main floor where she fraud on the American people -
a Communist rally in m r1 d. outside while his com- dropped the suit and was within the past 100 years."

that city. The NAACP In reply, the NAACP THE VALIANT SIGNET two-door hardtop is one of nine attractive models in the panion entered the building then apprehended by a Before leaving Fort Valley,

leader pointed out that 1964 Valiant line. Car shown here has a vinyl covered roof, one of many new and asked to use the Mr. Kempler.T.J. the Major commended the students -
answer cited the govern- Hens' for "having avoided
room.The McGivney and J.D.
options available in the Valiant association with those who devote
offering. All Valiant cars are covered by
mental role in the civil the March on Washington attendant stated McCormick investigated.
their time and in
the remained in energy
rights struggle here: and Aug. 28, bas been wel- Chrysler Corporation's 5-year or 50,000-mile warranty on engine and drive that the restrooa man doorway and . . creating disturbances of the
train components. type that involve conflict with
set the record straightfor comed by President Ken- told him not to move and UNKNOWN BREAKSUP constitutional authority."

the accusing Chine nedy' and that 'the While Slates to give him all the TW.6" MAN FIGHT He said the demonstrationshave '1
Rumors Eugene
Link money in the registerand
demonstration is in sup- Bishop Hancock set the Negro back 76
The communication wenton Lena safe..adding, "You Robert Lee Williams 26 years economically and "the
to brand the Kennedy port of the Civil rights Of Pentacosfal s Daughter Music Study Courses might not be as lucky as of 2041 W. First St. reported Negro people would be better

legislation porposed to With TV DirectorNEW the last one." he and A.J. Huker off if the Rev. Martin Luther
Administration 'chief At t NorthwesternIn
as King and others would desistin
He said he gave the man were fighting on the
culprit for ruthless the Congress by Presi- Church DiesDETROITANPTne YORK (ANP) a far-reaching move $132.50 from the regis- ground when an unknownman their efforts."

persecution of Negroes, dent Kennedy. Persistent rumors of a to give the community'' ter but was unable to approached him from Urging students at Fort Val-
the with
presid- turn to courts
romantic relationship additional open the safe, Scott behind hit him over the
singers an have
ing bishop of the Pentecostal any grievances they may ,
Churches of the Apostolic Faith between Gafle Jones 25, outlet wellknown related. left eye and stabbed him Major Robinson said:

NOW Association, Stanley N. HAn- actress daughter of organist-musici an FugeneIhHe Patrolmen J. Jacksonand in the left shoulder, "Those of our citizens who
SAVE cock, is dead. singer Lena Horne, and has completed plansto E. Jefferson in- police reported.He are Interested in our nation's
His death has been called white television direc- organize a 100-voice vestigated. was taken to Duval future and desire to contributeto

"the greatest loss to the Pen- tor Sidney Lumet, 39, chorus to aid Jackson- . . Medical Center for treat its future growth and development .
63 MODELCLOSEOUT tecostal churches, second onlyto the will not permit themselves -
recently divorced ville' increasing cultural WIFE REPORTS MATE'SATTEMPTED ment. be
the death in 1932 of Bishop to associated with
G. T. Haywood." husband of helres progress. SUICIDE Officers J. Seldon andC. those who disregard con-

A native of a small KentUckytown Gloria VanderbiItgained Primary purpose will be Barton investigated. stitutional authroities in

Bishop Hancock was call- momentum hen last week to give talented peoplein Mrs. Fvelyn Allen 706 . . Georgia and elsewhere."
SOUTHSIDE FORD ed to his first charge as assistant -' after Miss Jones telex the community an out- Minnie St. reported her -
pastor of Bishop Hay- phoned police to
wood In Indianapolis.He report let in performing, learn- ,husband Test Allen. 75.
the illness of Lumet. healthand
who is in poor
came to Detroit in 1921to ing new methods thus
5303 leach Blvd.' head the Clinton Street Greater Miss Jones, who like broadening their knowl- is a slight mentalcase Special Record Sale

Bethlehem Temple Church her famous mother is edge in latest techniquesin tried to leap froma
the pastorate he held at strikingly beautiful second story window
vocalizing and for the Mahalia Jackson Albmis
his death. had tried to visit Lumett improvement of church Tuesday, but she was

his Greenwich Village choirs.Mr. able to stop him, police
apartment after he had reported.The Reg. $3.98 Now
White has been ap-
EDGEWOOD/J telephoned her to said that
II say poirfted instructor of wife $1.89
he was ill. about 15 or 20 minutes
music at NorthwesternAdult
e She had rushed franti- she heard a loud
S later,
PRESENTS.._ cally to Lum t's aid school and all per- noise and upon rushinginto (Special Group)
sons interested in taking
found the door to his she found
Glorious: Entertainment NightlyrT room
courses in music theory,
plush apartment locked. harmony, history, fundamentals her husband slumped over S THE RECORD IAR
When he failed to answer the bed and saw an auto-
or music appreciation -
the bell, she summoned matic pistol on the

FL I police. Police borrowed choral music along report with to floor, reports dis- 40 W. FORSYTH ST.

I a ladder from a nearby Northwestern Sr. High closed.The PHONE EL 4-8066
firehouse and enteredthe man was treated at
School on Tuesday night
apartment through a Medical Center.
Sept. 10 at 7 clock.
window.A Classes will be held Patrolmen F. Jefferson :
police ,report said 1ut.'r tCOBBlES
weekly on Tuesday and I
Lumet had taken an over- s.
Thursday night from 7 NEW YORK MAIDSTo
dose of sleeping pills.
until 10 0' clock Mr. I

However upon leavingthe white said.CORE A COC.O.S S"01
: F hospital, Lumet $65 wk.-Jobs Waiting

denied this. 'All it Wins Tickets Sent-M&M Agcy.

was," said Lumet "was Newark N.J. An agreementfor NY COBBIESA
210 Post Ave-Westbury
seven vodkas, a MUtowntranqullizerand fair employment in muni-
idiocyHe cipal construction reached on
said he took the August 27, went into effect following FOR SALE RED CROSS SHOE ,4
its approval by four local
tranquilizer to quiet
civil rights including ,44 Jacksonville's
his nerves after a hectic Newark CORE.groups Large lot for sale in Only

four-day business The agreement resulted in an Lincoln Villa; paved Exclusive Red Cross j
fight. action campaign marked by pic-
Gossip columnists recently keting of the Barrington High streets. Po 8-4380. Store
have had a field School construction job and climaxed Shoe
by a sit-in at City Hall.
the allegedly FOR RENTLg.
day reporting A clause
THE BIG BROADCAST safeguard negotiated
glowing Lumet- for the first time in this type Room for Rent; Couple
Jones romance. Neither of agreement is included,pointsout only. all conveniences; TOVMST
: Lite Radio Show Directly From The Lounge Miss Jones nor Lumet Robert CUrvin, president of nice neighborhood. w ylM 12.99COLORS
had denied the reports Newark CORE. It provides that
:1.': Every Saturday Evening From 9:30: 10:00: p.m. 1400 WRHC outright. the city conduct preemployment m 57275SITUATION 44% :" :
conferences with aU contractors -
:. .: ::: The Edftwood Combo Miss Jones herself under considerationfor WANTEDA I Y Black ..
would go no further municipal contracts "to Red

; '>Featuring Gene White at the Organ to say that she and make sure there is no racial settled woman wants 2 Aat. .
Lumet are "personal discrimination in the initial hiring ISlZE3'/to11' i
fripnds." pattern and that Negroes and days work weekly. 2108 B"widtbs

Weekly AttractionsMon. Puerto Ricans have a fairchance Davis St. Phone-El 3-6823 AAAA to D
at these jobs.
African Bishop, for Ask for Sadie.
As the Barrington High
School job which is already 10/2 -11 ($1.00 Extra)

.: Ladies Night Pink under way, the contracts with
Champagne Served Tc) Urges Unity i I the city can be cancelled if job LIVE IN MAIDS .
First Ladies Arming... discrimination prevails. An- GUARANTEED N.T. LIVE-IN
With U. S. Negroes other provision of the pact per- MAID Jobs. $35-$55 wk. !" This fabulous little eoiy-gomg shoe fc so
Tue.: Soul Night All Soul Music Featuring mits'the State Civil Rights Division Pare Advanced. Mallory flexible it follows every agile motion of yew foot.

Washington (ANP) "No one to move more rapidly on So light and soft, you forget you're even wearingshoes.
Music Of Ray Claries & Tbe Soul Set man can effect anything alone." both discrimination in employ- Mency: 576 Merrick Rd., h". no wonder our famous Cobble he wen the
With these words Bishop S. ment and in apprenticeship. Lynbrook, N.Y. hearts of modem it. YeVN fad
so many women. Try
Wed. : Jam Session Featuring "Tbe Sounds" And Donne American Larry Negroes of Liberia to urged unite. a 3-hour terms sessioabetweenre-were negotiatedat yourself practically living in itl!

Guest Artists "You must Join hands togetherbecause presentatives of the civil rights SALE
and of the FOR
L Fri & Sat. : "The Weekend Happenings"The solve he said.your no sporadic present problems attempt can," unions groups donizlo, presiding.with Mayor building Hugh Ad- 2524 Orion St., corner A ELLMAR RED CROSS SHOES

Big Broad Cast 9:30-10:00: : p.m. 1400 WRHC Acosta: 2 Bdrs. $250 to. 215 LAURA STREET

Nightly Cocktail Hour Over 100 Others to Choose from $55 Ho.-Nice Home _
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